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Florida, Girls Relax After Rollins Sorority Rushing Season!


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(SEEN: TAKING IT EASY AT ROLLINS COLLEGE aftersorority a strenuous day in the classrooms. From left to right they\ the center picture are shown, left to right, Jan Patton ofl I l In front.of-the Pi Beta Phi house at right are--five-pledges--
rush week are three of all of them
pledges
I !Florida! girls. In the picture jaf groups left are a group, of Gamma] are, Catherine E. Sorey, Mary Jo Gunter,'Dolores Gentile, Orlando, Isabel. Mallett Jacksonville, Nancy Van Zile to this sorority: left to right* Betty Bitz" of Tampa, Bar. I
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""THOSE AFTER-CLASS DISCUSSIONS on studies and other|Margaret| Bell of Fort Meade, Marilyn Meckstroth of Or- Cheney and Patricia Sutliff, of Orlando, all of whom are]I trida't. -rO.r 0'i '" l' 1

important things are a very necessary part of a collegegIrl's lando, Shirley Greene of Ft. Lauderdale, Jane Hood of pledges of the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority. The ,only the former p who is a pledge l to the Pi I

( life, and the pledges above enjoying this fellowship. 1 I Orlando Joanne Byrd and Virginia Estes of Jacksonville. two Florida girls pledged this season, who are not shown in I!! Beta Phi sorority. '

(tAt left a group of Phi Mu pledges gather around a table to I Waiting for their cokes in the center fire; from left to right,I,the pictures are Jo Anne McRae, of Orlando a new addi-' _-

!ponder over their studies.- From left to right they are Mary Haley of Winter Park, Mary Alice Adams, Virginia''tion. to the Alpha Phi sorority; and Mrs. James Blalock, I GOODES AT ASHY AIK BASE .i Sidney Sandoe owner of the
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The Prortncetown Players currently Loncvood HeUL

[Rosalind' Bridge Tea I mittee with Mrs. Coqufllard are I Bone-Gibas 1 1I Orlando Garden Club Plans H. appearing at Casselberry in I Others appearing wffl be Fred
I Mrs.Joseph Coqulllard Is chairinaa the Mmes. W. w. Yothers. vice B. Bray Jr. the comedy "Art and Mrs. Bottle- < RketrUt. Carolyn Bryant and Sue
for the bridge tea on Thurs- chairman; Florence,Hudson. Louis will prevent this opus on Tuesdaynight. Punch Arrangements will be ta
I I Jan. 2* at 1:16: In auditorium 'the hands of Capt. BaawU Ui
Dolire. Chauncey: Boyer E. S.
Engagement Annual Tour Next }Will
the
B at Rosalind dub. Bridges
q SaturdayAn
I ; Marry B at the Orlando Army i Smith. The attend nt wart b*
Bridges. E. S. MicUe. Mabelle
at S paland tea guests are In- Air Base. Rita and Reginald limited to military pvrsoBiwi and
:jited for 4:30. I O'Nea1. B. M. AUeman, Thomas Announced f event to which all Winter, ditorium Just before the tour i Ruble Ooode wig head the cast with their f amUte*.
Serving on the hospitality com Irving and F. W. Esan.SIRS. ugh..1 well local residents Betty .
._ -I guests as as :starts. The price of the tickets is ------- -
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look forward to each year Is the S3. I i'
Miss
...,. Cynthia Bone ,
Dr. and Mr J.L. Ruble are announcing -
.. annual Garden Tour sponsored by Refreshments wd be served at
;rrg"- Mr, and Mrs.John Crawford Bone'of the Orlando Garden Club. This the and
the Orlando Garden Center at the i j|: engagement ap-
642 Woodward Ave. wTO become year the tour is scheduled for Feb. conclusion of the tour. There wOl pwoachlcc marriage of their

\yF."' l F the bride of Albert E. Gras of I. be hostesses in each garden to daughter. Betty Yvonne. to Bur-
T Seven gardens are being opened greet the guests and tell the interesting -
: Denver COlo., Friday. Jan. 31. at
.: ,1't this year. These include the and unusual features of kett Bray Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs rY is
: the First Presbyterian Church. gardens of Mrs. P. Phillip on the garden. H. B. Bray of Nampa Idaho.

I +IC' w Miss Bone graduated from Or-!' Lake Lucerne Dr. and Mrs. HoUa Met C. A. Russ is general chairman !i The wedding will be an event of
", lando Senior High School and Ingram. Mrs. Lee R. Witty. Mrs for an arrangements and the ''
( Lewis C. Nichols. Mrs. Vincent chairman of the committees areas mldhbruarplana for which
\ later attended the University of Bruno. Mrs. H. Curtwright and follows: Mrs. Walter Baaa. J i win be announced later.
Colorado. Boulder COlo., graduating the George Brass garden on Lake II
i I It I transportation: Mrs. Frances No- The bride-elect attended Or-
In 1945. For the past Tear she Iranhoe. sum tickets: Mrs George Clap-!S t lando
The tour will leave from the Senior High School: and Sc
ham. !
refreshment; Miss Mary J
ha been teaching Jn the Denser
J:. t public schools city Auditorium at 1:30 and free Compton. hostesses; O. L. Jones.I i I a graduate of Washington Seminary s

; Mr. Gibas is a graduate of transportation will be provided. posters; Mrs A. P. PhlSlps. pub- in Atlanta Oa.. and of Sul-
Tickets will !
: be on sale at the au- *idty.
e Northwetrn CnlTtrstty. Evanston --- ---- -- -- j fins O Dee. Bristol. Va. 8be received -
aW HL Alter his return from I j her cone's training at Orange -
I serving with the U. S. Ifavy during Miss served for :2 1.2 years eerseas':; Memorial Hospital gradual
the war. be taQ&hart In UK Dingley'sBetrothal with the Army Air Force during| '
lag with the class of 4..
Denver schools He Is now in sales the war. and having received hisdischarge .
Mr. Bray, a nephew of Dr. Her
promotion w&k. Told Is attending Orlando;i
Miss Boo and Mr.Gibas are eapected Junior college.Men's 'ace Day and of Mrs. W. K. Price

to arrive here today Iran f i[ both of Orlando attended tfc. !
Denver. Here Todayf
Club Cnivtnity of Idaho aDd is engaged -

Unity Church Leader ', The Rer and Mr J. T. Ding- in ranching in P&nca. Idaho
Icy of this city are announcing Use where the carpe win make their
Speaking Here Today eo"a cm&i of their daucbter. Meeting Set homr

Miu, Mabel, Swansea leader ft Joyce. to Paul Arnold Hosed aon The cathedral Mens, Club>> wffi 4
of Mrs. Charles Damson ct
I the thw'city
Cnity Center Cedar
at Rapids
aba. Mm bold its monthly tuyx e tng 4
OAdeyi betrothal ; DAB Club
Iowa and mtttrr of classes to
i five sarrotgidiBg titles at lost was made known T&srsday night OQ Wednesday' at .:a pjn at the :; .. < fr
and Ettnois: wen speak here at the at an informal party at her boot, Parish Haute c. Ernest: Wffiaxd. :: & d
I Activities Set
and rueau Included her doe
Catty Cnarclu prwldrtrt. eta preaic t. I
Today at ttt 11 ten devotion friends aDd mr&Ca oC: ba'rnd"teIS faunae. The. speaker wffl be Hoe TVtor f fH3tcaiaa 1. Artmt*. at the Orlando AncyA
seiilte The bnde- lect from who wffl give aa tafor-!
I > Base m cacoectjoa with tM
One of the mast active worker' the Hampton Da Bose Acsdessy, mal talk OB the local history of Officen' CA Ibis week wOl be
in and aim from Orlando Junior .
the Unity field. Miss Swansea.ID the cathedral gtvtnc some eoiar- u toDcrrtWOaouv
addition to her center and class 1 CoSere.being presides*of the ta- tag aDd aacvdotea tram the ratty out fmmff ass **m* mtM
.. :ALLEN BRYANT is the former Mrs, Gertrude Hawley watt, speaks rrroUrly er U- dent body at tfc* latter. Bet .days up to the prcK&t tame as Void ?s a a : Aa S e-..sa aa.w
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daughter of Mr. and Mrs, J. A Whittingion of Dunn. teen 10fT at Cedar RsptC.tHer father, IoU Rtr. Otader. Is ntaiUr by the -oJd: ttmersReaervassams .w ens *M a s W U _ sat
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subject this wfll I* of the Oos Met&orUl Method > 06a--r M
|N. C. Her marriage to Mr. Bryant Orlando business man, morning for the supperibewU ere as r OtteZca.us
'[took place Jan. 15 in West Palm Beach. The couple::> returned be. The Crtativ: Word She : Ctwrcb. be made advance a or- y J-c-a_:.:.t'hs br.. flat. I
wCl be Introduced by the Rr. Mr B0well attended scbacis la gee that the ladacs fat tfc W .
ta Orlando last week from 0- ao. a ; f a w t1. ,
a wedding trip to Cuba and :.::: _I ,
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Carolyn K. ranees mauster of Iowa and later grad.tat are at borne at 1615 Ridgewood Ave the cmm.: OrUado Penis B ca School: Be many to prepare for tw tam- w l..raa..ar . Ftbcuarr! fcr.de.ect..



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Pocahontas I 'The Pigeon' Scheduled for This WeekThe I The tea at Mrs. Ferris' home on Concerts Set

Lake Conway Wednesday is to beheld

I two final benefit afternoon II I''afternoon will be the appearanceof I on the terrace overlooking the The Rollins College Conservatory -
Installation Opens HereWednesday ,I parties for the March of Dimes I the celebrated Chinese actress. :, lake if weather permits. A musical of Music will present Helen
: program is being arranged by
Soo-Yong. who will give two
Moore la two recitals of Beet-
campaign are scheduled for this' Miss Suzanne
monologues the first an adapta- Ferris.
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Ceremony HeldAt 'I week, the first taking place :Monday tion from a Chinese play and the Those assisting Mrs. J.F. Braw- hoven's sonatas for the Piano-
afternoon at the American other with a modern theme. Soo ley. chairman include the Mmes. forte during the next two monthsat
the regular meeting of No- John Galsworthy's human yet Legion home and the second a Yong. in private life is Mme. C. R. E. Ferris. Louis M. Orr Hal- the Woman's Club of Winter
komis Council 23, Degree of Pocahontas fantastic comedy "The PIgeon.Rollins' ." i: garden tea Wednesday at the K. Huang has been in several dane HucSel. .William Wallace.
lat- home of Mrs. R. E. Ferns on Lake moving pictures and legitimate Donald Hookom. Shirley Bow- Park Christopher O. Homaas. director -
Fred Stone Theater's
Bid
held in the Fraternal ?, .
z Stead Evans. W. H. Chambers. D.
',, Conway. plays and she is contributing her announced yesterday.
this week. Officers for the next est production, will be presentedJan. I' The'round of festivities which talent as a diseuse Monday after- R. Kemper. R. H. Mills. Richard On Feb. 13 she will play the
six months term were installedby 29 through Feb. 1. I have marked the campaign will be noon for the benefit of the Na- Wigmton. C. S Bowstead. Charles following program: Opus 109 In E
the Great Pocahontas Deputy Characteristic of all his writ climaxed by the annual March of tional Foundation for Infantile Cnttenden. William McCall. C. L. Major Opus 10. No. 2, in P
Dunes ball on Jan. 30, at the Paralysis. Durrance C. W. Neff H H. Phillips -
Mrs. Eva Spencer assisted by Mrs ing. the plot is entirely factual. Coliseum, when the nationally There will be a flower table devoted B O Fishback and the Misses Major.and Opus 81a 31.in No E 2 flat In D Minor
Mary Covino as Senior Chief. Galsworthy is reported to have often 'known society orchestra of Wilson to the sale of camellia blossoms Eloise Fishback Edith Crittenden. Opus Major.
March 17 she
On
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r Humber will provide music. at nominal fee, with and Kathleen Walmsley.The play Opus
sheltered beggars and outcastsin a very
installed included Mrs. 1
Officers 26 in A Flat Major. Opus 57
5 5 i The affair tomorrow afternoonis Mrs. John Freeman in charge, i Ocoee: Group is having a i in F
Marie Luker Pocahontas: Mrs. rvr his attic when he lived In'' a bridge party arranged by Mrs. Mrs. Francis Lafon. Mrs. Howard benefit game party Tuesday at > Minor, and Opus. 110 in A Flat

Pearl Fike. Wenonah. : Mrs. Ola Campden Hill. and. as in the play, Walton Rex. chairman assistedby Sayre and Mrs. Carl Hall will be p.m. at the Ocoee Women's Club. Major.
Richardson. Powhattan; Mrs. e 4 they sometimes stole from him. Mrs. Grace Phillips Johnson in charge of receiving tickets at Mrs. John Pounds is Ocoee Marchof Both recitals will start at 8.15
and Mrs.Duncan T. McEwan. the Tickets Dimes chairman.
representing door. for the affair p.m.
Adah Plaisted Prophetess: Mrs. Wellwyn of "The Pigeon" Is really the Orlando Social Bene- _

Mable Lewis, keeper of records; m.1 Galsworthy In an artist's smock.. j l I fits committee. Bridge will begin
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:Mrs. Florence Vrabeck collectorof The first Gainsworthy play ever I''promptly at 2 30 o'clock and hte JOIN THE MARCHOF
award of bridge prices and door
wampum Mrs. Ina The, keeperof produced at Rollins."The Pigeon." : prizes will be held at 4 o'clock.
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wampum: Mrs. Mary Covino: ,3MISS has been given a sensitive interpretation Mrs. Charles Geissler well known
Nr by Director Donald S. bridge authority, will
explain the DIMES
musician; Mrs. Lucy Thomas
t Allen and the student actors. The rules for play.
guard of the tepee; Mrs. Florence play's action is set in artist Well- An outstanding feature of the
Preston guard of the forest: Mrs. wyn's studio settings flU which I I
Elinore Evans first scout: Mrs. were constructed by theater arts : .
Lena Smith first warrior; Mrs. students. ,I I
Anna Long fourth warrior; Mrs. A sharp, pointed satire on organized CASE
Marie Taylor and Mrs. Alberta charity "The Pigeon"
Richardson. runners; Mrs. Rose drives home its point by con-
Gott and Mrs. Maude Gibson. trasting the easy type charity of CUTLERY r
counselors: : Mrs. Flo Wilding, second Wellwyn and the grudging kind- EVENING ELEGANCE IN _
scout: : Mrs. Katherine Peddy, of the canon, the judge and the I
GOWNS OF FAILLE-
third warrior; Mrs. Evelyn Bour- professor. Just receiced
a large
land. second warrior; Mrs. Bour- Reedy Talton. as Wellwyn. shel- i MIDNIGHT BLACK AND
land will be Installed at a later ters three outcasts much to the shipment of. scissors, 'f)

date.All dismay of his daughter Ann. SPARKLING WHITE.
officers received corsages: a knives and .
FREDDIE LOUISE REHBERG played two nights by Penny carving sets :
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gift of the incoming Pocahontas.Mrs. Drink water and two by Marilyn
Plaisted. retiring Pocahontas . engagement announced. Lahn. The outcasts are Mrs. by case, the outstanding -
received her jewel from the <& ..L.
K Megan a flower seller, portrayed
council and a past officers' certi I alternate nights by Barbara Lewis manufacturer of
ficate. She also received many Miss OrtmayerWill Miss Rehberg and Do Lorenz Ferrand, a
gifts from members. She in turn Frenchman, played by Burris cuttlery in America. J .i i
remembered each one of them! BetrothedTo Jenkins? and "Unison an English ; bti1i1 .:
with a token of appreciation for Address cabbie, played by Jack Belt. (

their loyalty during her term of The conventional charity givers, HOME 8 HOBBYHOUSE

office. AssociationMiss G. E. ShoafMr. Canon Bertley, Professor Callway, I \ tJ
and Justice of the Peace Hoxton. i i1i1 !
We the JPomenModern Constance Ortmayer. associate and Mrs. C. R. Rehberg an- are characterized by Fred Hartley.: \ \
1 Cameron MacCardell and Bob :
professor of Sculpture: at nounce the engagement of theirdaughter t
Williams. Bob Ferguson and Jin .
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Freddie Louise, to Gordon -! f ;
Child Rollins College, will speak at the i Bedortha have roles of Rory Me I -
February meeting of the Orlando- Eugene Shoal son of Mr. and i I gan. the flower seller's husbandand Trade Mark 11I ,20

Winter Park Branch of the Am- Mrs. H. E. Shoaf of Salisbury N. as a police constable. '

PsychologyExcuses t erican Association of University C. I I Tickets will be sold at the box I 1115 East Colonial I
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Miss Rehberg is attending Orlando ( office on the nights of the performances -
Women, at a luncheon meeting at I only. I
Faults
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the Officer's Club, Orlando Air -
I she is a member of the graduating
By RUTH MILLETT Base, on Saturday, at 1:30: p.m.l''class of '47. ,

Modern child psychology Is certainly Miss Gladys Henderson will preside -,, Mr. Shoaf was graduated from
a comfort. No wonder tor!r .. \
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at a short business meeting high school Salisbury,
day's parents set such store by Its just before the luncheon. in the Class of '42, and was dis- .
reassuring terms. Following the luncheon members I charged from the Navy last May.
Junior has a habit of bobbing t and guests will retire to the Plans for the wedding will be '' --
his little playmates over the head announced later.Bible ; ; .
lounge where Miss Ortmayer will ;
kicking* them In the shins, pulling
1 give a demonstration-lecture on
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their hair and otherwise terrifying .
. the small-fry of the neighbor Class Presenting two unusual models. inCharcoal- 'i.,. -_ ,
hood. Junior's parents have a nice ;.
word for it. Their pride and joy iis
simply"aggressive. 1 Supper SetThe
Willie Is having trouble with .
reading, writing, and arithmetic.} Ives-Hardin Bible Class of
It is much more comforting for his the First Presbyterian Church will '
parents to blame his slowness on Y hold its Black. '
regular covered dish
sup- ; :
his teacher's inability to awakenhis 1 .
curiosity and hold his interest per Tuesday at 8:30 p.m. in the "

than to wonder If maybe they have church dining hall. Mrs. M. O. -. : '
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a slow child on their hands.
Pierson. president will preside at 4>

Little Agatha has been a demon the business meeting. .. 1
for months t never mind. She .t. '
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Is Just going through a certain The committee for the supper .. :.:. .
arrangements will include the .. ;
"stage. Last year it was anothetr t I Istage. : .
and Mmes. M. S. Vergowe. chairman; z'
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next year it will undoubtedly q Jr-
be still another "stage" Mungo Douglas. C. F. Riecken.
that will make getting the same I Grace G. Bryan. Viola Duress r.
baby-sitter twice an utter Impossibility. Ruth Vipond. J. C. Hauptman. C. ; 1 .
4 A. Hettema. Charles Hantkamp .
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But shell come: out of each' and D. 0. Heasley.Members Produced by : '

stage all right. the books say. I are reminded to bring

They don't. however make any: their own table service. -

surmises as to what condition her : .:.
parents will be in when they have Eldridge Hart .
finally seen her through ch11dhood.JJal1&'s '
To of Switzerland
Give Course
: friends shudder when MISS CONSTANCE ORTMAYER:

she and Susie come to call Susie . professor of sculpture. Edridge Hart. Winter Park attorney -
likely as not will rule with an ,' who is to conduct a course
iron hand, while her mother sculpturing Her subject mill be in federal, income and state taxesas
lessly tries to reason with he1P-1,Anybody; Can Model" and she will a phase of the Rollins Adult
But the mother remains ,demonstrate how to model a Education Program is one of the
figure as she talks Miss Ortmayer greatest tax lawyers in Florida.
studied sculpture at the Royal Farmer professor of business administration -
Academy of Vienna. Austria and at the University of :
WhistlingOyster before coming to Rollins worked Florida State Bar and United ,
with the Section> of Fine Arts. States Supreme Court Bar. He
Washington D. C. for three ;years' has practised in Winter Park for I
I' She is a member of the National the past 28 years.
He win conduct 10 lecture dis-
Sculpture Society, the National
Notes cussions on tax problems at
Association of Women Painters
Knowles Hall Rollins
College on
and Sculptors. She was given theGovernment
Mondays from 3 30
to 4:30 pm,
I Commission! for the beginning Jan. 30. Registration

Don'7 design cadia. of Fla.the, and Post at Offices Scotuboro: at Ar- will trar,be Rollins at the College.office of the Regis- Among the finest shoes in the world!

when It's cold I Ala. She also designed the 50 .
cent piece, "Steven Foster Com- Birth A .
It always nnoiincetnfnts ,
warms at least your memorative Half-Dollar* During
bean to see what beautiful new the Mr. and Mrs. Robert Daniel WU-
course of her works, she was
things can be bought for
little at The Whistling Oyster so awarded the Anna Hyatt Huntington lard of Leesburg announce the
this season. It does cur hearts Prize. N. Y.. and the Henry O birth of a daughter, Allyn Jane,
on Jan. 6.iIiiit.
Avery Architectural prize.
good to have them in stock
again even though we don'\ Mrs. T. T. Irving, treasurer, win
keep them very. long. have charge of the arrangements
I for the luncheon. Members without ? = mr I
call Mr
Complete dinner services by transportation may
A. D. nes!
Wedgwood The Virgmofe
and Castleton are MOVES.MERCHAND1SEDecember f
available for immediate delivery :

with many additional pat while Susie drags the cat by the Aetrage 4I.KCKHktH
terns coming In shortly from tail goes into a temper tantrum I OrcaUttaa !. Ou I A smart charcoal black scar suede calf oxferd.
Oeorg Jensen Inc. Orden are when it looks for a moment as if History Its dressy very good-IsokisP, extremely cem-
betas accepted tor these now she might not get her way etc. - -- -- --- - fortable. Low heel o.

Mama believes in letting Susie ,. 24.95
Addition Spring Ban express herself" I BEST TRAILER SHOP :

It must hare been an awful responsibility Xcpatrs aotf Parts foe AOMakcc ,
came in this week Including to have been> a parent ., B_ TrtCcr
the kind with removable washable back In the days before there .
F.la.g- ...-.&W'' a&a-a.ca..
cover Very practical were any pat phrases with which! -
rim w. \N .
to excuse a child orneriness cr wa.ai.gt. tsar us.
explain his faWnp.Frances tee Wmtr Gardn \ .
New Bridge Lamp 110.41"l .
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cf real distinction at only i AT WINTER PARK tMI t\\ i! is .. The Seduc
13$. AU brass with Ut&lJor'M O'HeirDistinctive l
shade ... al. M. M yj x.
la green or du- 0.. ar* .. a chare Maek calf
bonnet. We recommend these. o..w.Ms.4Raadsetael A ta ttful drecflr **
Gifts -
---1LifEns r pftfap trith oiMMeal *ra e J Open tee

Valentines Fun ef Leve ' dwect back ad very Wft hecft.Ofier .
; j BAtinEl]*' 25.75

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We actually have had to reorder Stunning Modem lamps 'iID'
Valentines the past week. 1 {
That's because we have unusually nitee4; h tax! Wegte |

good! fine*-pretty, or A = it
amusing, or smart as you pre. usogramJ : _- w_

fer. ? Handmade Pinafores I ==:- = f' !

Everyone Is very cordially Sat 2 to 4 Y* t t c .
tamed to cease tn frequently as.ar -
and see the new things thatagrite c_ n.- I:


daily. Valentines .--LlWM...a,__ a.ra I. itk4o'lt

Helen Ryan Joy Hawter I I f a.w w.-- : )

Located en the patio reached WINTER PARK w. Gilt Wrep J.Uet I-__ __ ___-

from 1:0 N. Orange and t ''WM'We' .., t..pe.
T.k. 111 ,- N ..w..ga h LgI .

3i "'. Washington JU-J2 K. N* A... s asaa.a J l1'r4ll& Ju'jJi ft ilta h'lyk {Want, sites .rm.j cilia Sboe Salon Slnet Floor

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"Cherokee Capers the annual -
Cherokee P-TA carnival is scheduled Southland Fashions" . r
for Friday Feb. 7. at the
school . Mrs. James MUligan,
chairman, has announced that her '
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fo..rt. .: _> at
assistant chairmen are making : "
plans for a larger and better event .
than ever before and are adding ..." .
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several new attractions to the < ;
popular ones of last year .The :: ;.
country store. hobbY show.bazaar '. . .
bakery booth and the novelty and
style show are a few of the en-
tertaining features of the carnival
. The tickets now being sold I .f/ .
through the school will entitle i ": ',
,
the holder to four of the main .

attractions.O O O .
The program meeting for the
Orlando Pilot Club will be held at
the Chamber of Commerce Bldg "c ( $ .
at 6:15: p.m. Monday. At this time
the club will celebrate Its tenth an- \ : '
niversary and will entertain all "... 4.\//
honorary memmbers aid also ...." ) .
guests from Winter.Park who will .
form the Winter Park Pilot Club #
. The Winter Park Club will \ '
\ :
be date 4. .
organized at.an early
under the sponsorship of the Or- L -
lando Club . Dance pupils of '- y1. :
Eunice Beasley will present a special : .
program of entertainment. )
. All active charter membersare .
asked to be at the Chamberof
Commerce Bldg. at 5:45 pm.
ft O n
Cherokee Council No. 12. Degreeof .
Poeahontas. is entertained witha /1. /1 : .
turkey dinner on Tuesday at : I :
6:30: pm., honoring the birthdays j ; '
through the year of all of Hsi
. members . A special program t{
has been arranged for the occa- ,; :
" sion .'. Following the supper the 1 k .g
regular meeting will be held at 8''I r
p.m. at the Fraternal Bldg . J 'E
Mrs. Doris Lane, president will

preside. n n o ., I !:

Orlando Townsend Club No. Swill ..
meet Tuesday at 7:30 Pm.
the Chamber of Commerce Bldg.
A musical program will be $ 4
featured, conducted by the program ,
chairman M. L Henry. ,
Members of the Delta Zeta t
Alumnae Club will meet with Miss 1
Louise Stokes 1242 Golden Lane, I'
ie t
at 7:30 pjn. Thursday . A des- v4 .
sert party will be followed by a .

business meeting o o o { \ I.14w I ill :

The regular business meeting of I . /
the Orlando Business and Professional -
Women's Club will be held a ?
Monday at 0:30 pjn. at the
Chamber of Commerce Bldg. :
The monthly meeting of the d
Acne the Park Whitcomb Lake Bible Presbyterian Class of %c ;

Church will be held with Mrs. M.
A. Conn. 164 E. Morse Blvd. Win- ( &J
ter Park. Tuesday, at 7:45 pjn.o *
n o
Members of the Pythian Sisters 4
will sponsor a card and game A\
party at the Fraternal Bldg.Wed- .j
nesday at :2: pjn. . Prizes will
be awarded and refreshments 29.75 .
served . This party is being 1
given for the benefit of the Marchof r
Dimes Drive . All Pythian
Sisters and friends are invited.Dr. <<." .L .
Hamilton Holt president of \. ... .
Rollins College, will be the speaker .
this evening at the regular :; '" f, i.. LL :' S
Community forum at the First "
Unitarian Church. Central at
Rosalind . Dr. Holt who attended -
the United Nations Con- .
,
ference at San Francisco has long !' >'o!
been an expert on world affairs
. His topic kin be World Government"
. A discussion period 4
will follow his address and a collection . :. '
will be taken for the benefit .'t'iF &*' ""

of. Orlando Hall at Rollins College. : !.:;/OIJ ...-: '

o o oTh

Ladies Auillary Patriarch ,.
>c,
Militant is having a covered dish
luncheon at 12:30 pjn. today at ..
the Fraternal Bldg after which
there will be a special meeting .. -.
:.
:
called by the L. A. P. M. president ,; .Ld
for the purpose of inspection. .:-- ,"' ... iiiIJ/\\
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nonOrlando :'f'y. 39.75 '

Chapter 121. Order of
Eastern: Star will meet Monday at
S pjn. at the Masonic Temple .
There will be initiation . .Visiting
Stan are welcome.
o o r>
The regular monthly meeting of I
District S of the Florid State :
Nome Aun. will be held Tuesday
.t the Chamber of Commerce
Bid*, at 8 pjn.
O no .;: ,
Th SeW Studies Grmp of the
American A ,n. of Inivenity
Women will be held at the home
ct Mrs. H R. Torrance. chairman.at Jg&
631 E. Robinson Are, at t &
Thursday . K. C. Beavers
trict Counselor of Vocational p.m.1 Qj
t
habilitation. will discuss the /: 39.75
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tram among the handicapped. peo.l ', '
pie of Orange County, -: -+
; ..
the American way aids men and : -
women disabled in Industry or by "
acciden.or illness to maintain the
human dignity of independence: In

productive the handicapped.work. Mrs.to thus Ora useful restoring 0. employment Ed-- :::: :: r 1 : 1

monds.Service Department Director: of ot the the Social State P P R

Tuberculosis Sanatorium will I ,
speak of the service rendered thereto by IrxEAAA-O OF CALIFORNIA
patients . There will be an .
opportunity for Questions and :
formal discussion alter the : ..
. A3 college women are tn-I

That Oriental run were popa- !
lar tn Europe centuries ago ts da- .

Pans closed: Bordonl by old in paintings the 16Ui Century When ..... Fabulous new fabric designs, made exclusively! this California designer by Wesley Simpson 1 "

painted bis fnmon1&l : .
picture, a tin Oriental ,
used for the center of the rug steps was 1 on rayon linen. Whether in polka dots, checks or stripes, the fabrics have captured -

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the colors of Monterey: Driftwood Gray with Primrose, Bark with Saltgrass Green, 'I 5' _.( -


t : Cypress with Bougainvillea. The sun-drenched designs in sun suits, play dresses, jackets and :" t:,l' . .

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Br CYNTHIA a

; ., Its almost like a "Home Town
tJ
J; Boy Makes Good" story to write 4
l about JOSEPO SZIQETI and
JOSEPH LEVINE; for these two
talented young musicians. were
f' stationed here a good part of the
...... war and Orlanao music lovers
'.., heard them both In numerous con-
0: -' certs by the AFTAC Symphonette. _
Levine was conductor and they
had as their guest artists such
I .:,ij world renown pianists as Alexan-
.?, der BraUowsky and Jose Iturbl
. Shortly before the end of the
( war Mr. Levine and MANLY
,
';'= \ DUCKWORTH gave a two-piano .1 More work, more walking..mean tired
.
.
;j .recital at the Air Base To-
; morrow Manly is flying down to +rY aching feet unless you wear shoes that give you
West Palm Beach for a concert
i Levine and Szigetl violinist are correct support.Walk-Over shoes with the MainSpring

giving. Mr. Levine will accom- Arch gently lift tired foot muscles,
pany Mr. Duckworth: back to Orlando -
r- for a short visit and is look- bring ease and comfort Tailored styles with

l. ing forward to seeing his old snug ankle-and-arch fit *.........Mil aw
friends In Orlando and Winter
Park. ,
': ., $69.95, Since his release from the army
Levine has been active in musical f.,
circles In New York and Philadelphia KEYSTONE TIESimiliar -
and this season opened a BARBARA BARRIE; above, the featured vocalist with Wilson -
. ; coast-to-coast tour with Szigeti Humber's orchestra, will delight those attending thePresident's Sept with to k.ffluitfatum perforctwa.*x- s."
I .. : famous Hungarian violinist. They Ball Thursday from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the t- t
opened their tour in Novemberat
Coliseum with her of favorite The ball will r
versions songs.
and the critics .
Carnegie Hall Whit KMrutora S .
!.. glowed with praise . In Los be held on the late Pres. Roosevelt's birthday, and will bea Grade t/
'i Angeles the rave notices were benefit affair for the March of Dimes fund. Miss Barrie, ..SIu.aMla Ma.. Sprat Arch t
equally ecstatic :. ."Sonatas alive lovely singer of stage and radio, has been featured by the Width ZA t. EE: ,-,, -
I In all their measures . . accord d Supply limited '-T.
Mutual Broadcasting Co., from coast to coast, and was 117 factory: <.-a.
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between violin and not aloneIn
\ piano formerly with Pinky Tomlin's orchestra. The St. Louis CABANA
rhythm and dynamics but also
in phrasing and tonal coloration Times said of her: "Barbara Barrie's rendition of "Someof $14.95
We onnourice with pn d'd enthusiasm that we have been . the piano sang out nobly . These Days" and "St. Louis Blues" makes her the sec-

L \ selected to be the one store in,Central! Florida to bring you justly famous flawless teamwork!I" ond Sophie Tucker. Tickets and table reservations for the
non I ball be had at the Coliseum.
ROTHMOOR Coats and Suits. I may 1Y1LR-O BR }Main Spring Arch Shoes
MAJ. and MRS. R. B. McBANEare I

r Included in our distinguished collection is this handsome fine worsted their announcing second son the arrival ROBERT of .: the RICHARDS General who Electric is associated Co. in Sche-with| INGRAM & INGRAM ,

\ pinstripe,suit In grey.or" brown. : BRUCE in Washington.at the Walter D. C Reed on Hospital Jan.- nectady.'S OPTOMETRISTS IIMEAD'S I ,
..
r> Suttess.rs
:t> Dorchester Hat with glistening ostrich brush. -', $12.95 VIRGINIA 14 Mrs. McBane RICHARDS.is the who former spent CUFF HANNUM left Friday for I Mfhts.\ Sundays Holidays SIM1M 'I WALK OVER SHOP [

J." two Winters here with her mother.! Jacksonville where she is the N.Or.... AT. .....S3M
MRS. W. J. RICHARDS during weekend guest of MRS. MONT- ,
1 the war when MaJ. McBane was CALM BROWARD. who enter-
3 in the Pacific . Mrs. Richardshas I tained last evening at a dinner (Orlando Boot Shop, Inc.)
Under New Management 131 N. Orange Use Our Lay-Away Plan been In Washington since last party at the Tlmuquano Country SERVICENew
t November spending Thanksgiving Club. Mrs. Broward is returningwith DIAPER 64 N, Orange AT*. 'Btachom Theater B14g.a 4
'. weekend with her son. BILL Cliff on Monday and will be
t I honor: guest when Cliff enter- Accounts and Future
1 i tains with a coffee on Tuesdayand Reservations Are Solicited. i 11 rr i trrti erre mVBTi rt JH-TF- J'JU'J'J'
ii also at a dinner party Sat- Telephone 2-1177
i urday night at her ,home in Bus- I ORLANDO WINTEB PAEB

Us. nn' SIMPSON'S SIMPSON'SFurther

DressaDdSuitFABR.es MAJ. GEN. and MRS. EDWIN
I HOUSE will be hosts Sunday afternoon -
Feb. 2, when they en-
: tertain a group of friends at a tea
t and cocktail party at the Officers
Club . The affair is In .-

\ honor BRETT.of LT. GEN. and MRS. .

: "- ERENMADE FABRIC for dresses or uniforms. O
Our Town is getting to be such
1 I r Guaranteed fast colors, sanforized shrunk poplin, a big one that its almost Impossible nif'

36" wide, in dusty pink blue to have everyone you ,
,
f ; aqua, want at the same party so many ,

I .: { i ;. ;.', copa, maize, white . all plain colors. $119| hostesses solve the matter by having < '.- ..., .
..
.., a series. On Friday MRS. .4
:. i: \ -,( M yard ORATION HAMMOND and MRS.
t .,: 1y' .)'
of a aerieS of bridge luncheons
I they plan this season ... Included V P
RABBITS; HAIR WOOLEN COHAMATWIST 100% WOOL. A were MRS. B. B. BRYANT and
MRS. BROWN. both of Tangerine Reductions! ;
50 wool 50 54M ,wider : beautiful fabric that in MRS. F. E. GODFREY and ,
% ,. % rayon, : comes natural, light her sister-in-law. MRS. H. T. .
:
Melon, green, aqua, dusty pink. gold, light green, silver gray, cherry red. ELLERBY who is here from Detroit 7 : :; ;
Mich: for a visit . MRS.
:Yard: and shrunk. 54"
,. Sponged O. P. SWQPE. MRS. CARL RIC- onEntireStockofFall&Winter :
KER. MRS. GRACE PHILLIPS
$1.98 $4.98 yard JOHNSON MRS. HOWARD
i SAYRE. MRS. CARL HILL. MRS.L. .
.. C. INGRAM. MRS. IRA KILLER -
and her houseguest MISS Fashions
I AIDA DOWNING Miss Downing,
t ie y .- FINE' PINCHECK SUITING a retired librarian from
u
Long Island is here for
', visit with Mrs. Killer. Flasl11nc'1
t Vat dyed, sanforized shrunk, crush resistant, 36" 'Scan

i .wide. Black &white,wine &white, brown &,hite. BILLIE CMRS. RAY GREENE $5 $3 0
p Yard. is an amazingly talented person DRESSES .formerly to $79.95 now to
;, and her Dower-painting hobby
has developed Into a lucrative and
; l $1.25 interesting avocation ...Wednes- $
% .. day afternoon she provided a Z.J $75
brightly informative program for SUITS .formerly to $125 now to
I the Officers. Wives Club meeting
lecturing on the principles involved
I in artistic flower arrange
t e ment. Illustrated with materials $2250 $13750COATS
t : SHIRTING I Ii from local gardens. She is well I .formerly to $275 now to I IThts'group
known both as a lecturer and as a
i Sanforized Plaid checks !
shrunk. WHITE I
a flower artist and her work on subtropical -
: and small checks for sports shirts I : flowers has been widely '
Includeilfur trimmed and untrimmed coots .:
t .
dresses 30" wide. Black & blue .
or used for greeting cards. Her activity '
I L black & red brown & gold. : FABRICS I In garden dub work has been f \.-4 '
1 I of long standing and the forthcoming -
89c yard 36" Nainsook S9c : Winter Park flower show
; is being planned by her. Her talk:
on Wednesday so inspired the BLOUSES .formerly to $17.95 new $4 9] Q
!. 36Dotted Swiss ..._.._...._._59c members of the Officers Wires to
Club that although most are newcomers -

t W 36" Cotton. Pongee 59c exhibit to flower this section arrangements they planto at FUR COATS &. SCARFS

: 36" Pique .69cv the show when It is presented in $35 to $325
j early March. formerly to $836 now

I t r.I . 36- Batiste .. 89c

I 36" Gabardine __ ______89c AuxiliaryWill
the
d Our entire stock reduced to less than Vi original price.

; 36- Dotted Swiss ....91eS Hear


1! x 48" Lawn _-._ S12S Miss PiperThe DINNER: & EVENING CLOTHES $1 JSO

: 36" Balloon Cloth _._...$1.69 I to $50
formerly to $125 now m
) : 36" Imported Batiste _..51.79 monthly educational program -
I; meeting of the: Woman's
36" Birdseye Pique$1.93 :Auxiliary cf the Cathedral Ctoureh I LINGERIE & ROBES
-M lof St. Luke's win be held Monday
-H- Imported Transparent i Eat X pjn. in the Chapter House.Mrs. I
E. S. Bridge to the acting Our stock cf slips end robes recd to fi heir crlgViol price.
entire gowns,
Organdie ...-._...._.$1.78 I educational chairman for this
$t meeting in the absence of Itrm.FVamce ,
36" Embroidered Dotted
y.- i Reed MUJer and wO

Swiss .4250Wool I t present HIM Margaret Piper as! Safe does not include AH.tale* final
speaker I Mis Piper baa c&ooen"India
54" Jersey .._....._.....$2.98BRYANTHILLS I as her topic and having our entire stock :.. Caih call
I traveaed: la that cooncry extensrftly -;
s.. Wool Alpine -$2.93 : this shoold prove highly: interesting <'.
i f-, to her aadknee
; 54" Wool Coating $3.18 At Uw cnrwfcutan cf the meeting -!
: : St. CeeeoVB OoOd wd serretea.
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Eldridge LECTURE Hart.SET Winter MONDAY Park attorney Hecht Play | Orlando, Florida, January 26, 1947 1t 'unbay &tutintl-&tu Page 211

and tax expert. will deliver .
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a lecture on "Taxes Relating ....,.., .vv. '''':"''' *
to Realty Transactions. To Be GivenAt High Schools #' .; }y,. Parents Tell MINA LEE: : of forJt Ii

Monday at 3:30 p.m. In Knowles
Hall as a part of the Rollins College Will m4.J
adult education program.It SynagogueMrs. Enjoy Miss Sauers'Engagement

Is the second of six lectures Albert Morrell. chairman ii
which Mr. Hart will give each of"
Hadassah Education Committee Party'Friday
Monday. A fee of $2 for each lec-
announces that a program
ture is charged. I '
The second of the Memorial and
featuring, a reading of the Ben ; Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Sauers of
Cherokee Junior High Schools : Orlando and Uniontown Pa. are
Hecht play. "A Flag is Bom. will I jii'' " announcing the engagement of 441 Park Ave., N. s
joint parties will be held at the
be given on Tuesday at 1:45: '
p.m.
Helen in is the open social to hall the of public the synagogue.It and mem-. j,I Municipal Auditorium Friday featuring ;1 1n their. McHugh.daughter son Claire of Mr., to and WilliamJ. Mrs. Winter Park LQ
games. a floor show and
bers of Hadassah. E. C. McHugh 1731 Kleber St.
I dancing as entertainment from o. "1 Pittsburgh. Pa. ,
Mrs. Samuel Echelman win read j
Gahagan. the leading role supported by the j! 7:30 to 10:30 p. m. A June wedding is planned and
Mmes.Morris Skop. Sidney Gluck- I' jimmy Willox's orchestra will '2$ plans will be announced later.

man. Albert Morrell Louis Baum. i' furnish music with J. N. Burden! The bride'elect is a graduate of
DougFas Arthur Pariser. Ralph Meitin and : calling the dances. 't Miss Conley's School for Secretaries
Stanley Weinsier. ; in Pittsburgh and Is at
This play which has been play- Mrs. J. B. Whitfield. recreation present employed by the American -
Sat. Feb. 8th 8:15 P.M. ing on Broadway with Paul Muni chairman of the Cherokee Parent- ;$ Fire and Casualty Co. Mr.
: I
and Luther Adler in the "
leading Teacher's. Assn.. is in charge of 0"0" McHugh is a graduate of Duff's
roles and which is now touring
Business College and
g rx Pittsburgh
the country. is a stirring indict- general arrangements for the af- :{ I
Senior High SchoolAuditorium ? is at present a salesman for Mil-
ment of the callousness of the fair. All parents of Junior High I
ler. Bryant and Pierce Co. of
I world and the failure of humanity School students are Invited to attend : \ : A Pittsburgh.
to the : ( ft
I Jewish people. It is a reminder .
without Student
Hear this outstanding star I to those who, have forgotten charge. (
of stage and screen: Mem- : it is a probe for those who still tickets win be on sale at both Two Entertain
ber of the House Foreign bear the wounds and it is a goal f schools. i
Affairs Committee and one for those who were never moved i
Mrs. J. Rolfe Davis. Mrs. John
of the.foremost women on by the sins and/emission of man- With ShowerMrs.
the national scene speak on: kind. 1 I Bennett and Mrs. J. B. Siemons_
A tea and reception will follow I: will be door hostesses. The pro- .Lewis Patrick and Mrs. Er-
"Tfce Individual's" Part in I the I
presentation with membersof 1 gram and floor show are vin Ruemnele were Joint hostesses
the education I II
Promoting World Peace" committee acting I j being arranged by Mrs. H. B.Mel- this week when they entertainedwith
as hostesses.; Mrs.,
I Joseph Seltzer rose and Mrs. H. D. Loucks. Mrs. a shower at the home of Mrs.
and Mrs. Gus Bear will act
as E. D. Holcomb and Mrs. E. A. L. E.Taylor on the Winter Garden
Admissions Including courtesy' hostesses. Mrs.
Sidney
Howard are in charge of the refreshment Road complimenting Mrs. Andrew
Lippman and
Federal Tax Mrs. Charles Goldberg -
: ,
,, stands with the fol- Stonko.
will
preside
at the tea table,
Reserved front orchestra I assisted by Mrs. Stanley Weinsier :i; lowing assisting: Mr. and Mrs. C. With the honoree were Includedthe QQ t I

seats-$2.40 and Mrs. Albert Morrell.ELECTRIC II I i B. Mays. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn _n____.._ _ _.- ,- Mmes. James Jones Alfred /
I Ingram. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hanson Myers James Waunderlich. John
Unreserved orchestra Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Smith MISS CLAIRE SAUERS I Taylor Jack Snyder. Robert
sections $1.00 and $1.%' Mr. and Mrs. Fred Batesman Mr. . her betrothal made known.VfJ Thompson. Benjamin Taylor Ar-
TICKETS AT I LIGHT and Mrs. C. W. Bankston. Mr. thur Boynton. George Chdwell B.
and Mrs. C. N. Prather Mr. and P.
Rice J.J.Beach. Calvin Young
Southern Music Store PLANTS Mrs. E. A. Howard, and Dr. and 'mosphere. A few couples seen Pal Garrett, Elvin Johnson.
I dancing to the Dale Mabry orch- $35
Mrs. H. T. Clark. Vaughn
Hutsell. Delisle
232 N. Orange Avenue 5.000 and 10.000 Watts Mrs Claude Wolfe and Mrs. estra were PEGGY GATEWOODand Gene Wood. Pete Hart. Carl Patrick Pat
Orlando Frank Gray co-chairmen of chaperones ( ANDY YARDS MARGIE
rick. Thomas Patrick. E. Booth.
$375 and $475 NORRIS and GRADY
will be assisted by Mr. and COOKSEY. Washington Perry Criss Gemein-
'The Bookery"Winter 'Mrs. R. S. Pulsifer. Mr. and Mrs.J. BARBARA JEAN MORGAN and hardt George Edge. Sherman
Park. Fla. B. Bookhardt, Mr. and Mrs. O. JOHN JUDD. DICK WILLIAMSand '
Byrd. Dodd
Wallace MillerDavenport David and Blanche
R. Davis. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Ma- W. H. ROBINSON graced the Brooks; the Misses Nellie Garrett I' Miami Beach Fort Lauderdalo Coral Gable
OR TELEPHONERESERVATIONS gruder. Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Eisel- tr IRISH JONES stag line.
and Kate
TO: Service Station ,stein. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond r> o n Thompson.
Noble Mr. and Mrs. One thing about college life
Wyckoff. Mr. youcan't
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ORLANDO\ 6758
Davenport, Florida Over at the Tri Delt house sat
I and Mrs. A. T.West. Mr. and Mrs. turn around without becoming -
CHARLIE
ALEXANDER and
William Benton. Mr. and Mrs. C.
involved in huge discussionson MASON WHARTON . up from
H.
Langston. Mr. and Mrs. T. D. l I
Bruner. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. the great number of problemsof Gainesville. From Auburn came
gan Mr. and Mrs. Paul both collegians and the world.A DICK HAYES who, squired MAR- BELGIAN AZALEAS Inc.
i Mr. and Mrs. Claude Milli-I' dinner table conversation turns GARET PHIPPS around Tallahassee ,
and Mrs. Buell Duncan. for a few days.
Mrs. Frank Lilley. Dr. and into political debate: lolling on O n n

Hollis Ingram. the front steps we' realize the need To begin the weekend, the col-
I of
Beulah The Misses Echols.Winifred Mildred Gibb.Couldery.Jew- for more social life and in the lege players presented "Pygmalion. Casselberry Fla.

ell Scarboro. Glera Tenpenny. the dark after light flash we murmur ." It was an excellent characterization ,
Mmes. Ethel i Slagale. Lillian Don !our philosophical views on life. of the little cockney girl

nelly.Mary Ellsworth Gay Colado. Such r deliberating is part of our who becomes a lady.' (Route 17-92 Midway Between Orlando and Sanford)
:.req. sr1 and Law MaBard will represent I n n n
education but what about
the faculties of the two schools. I our NELLE and ANN CARTER were
Roy Hoequist and Aubine Batts books . There's just no time lucky to have brother BYRON and
of the City Recreation Depart- for them.. I MRS. GEORGE CARTER here for
ment will help in managing the I n r> n B. short visit. Also MARTHA
party. Sneaking- of .Dolitics.- we. are-. certainly BROWN of Sanford arrived before Announces the opening date of the sale of medium and large plants of

proud cf SIS McCOY and going to Charity Hospital in New

Voters LeagueTo I I BARBARA JEAN MORGAN.They Orleans to begin nurses training.
8 VIRGINIA BLANTON went home
t were elected as freshman senators. for a few days. The Finest Varieties of
Be TopicAt I i and the class could not be repre- o n n n
sented by any finer girls. For Within the next three week ends
SOI.osisJ J!''those who put up a good fight but an of the eligible sorority pledges
will be initiated. so there is an air Belgian Azaleasand
did not quite make it, there Is an of excitement everywhere.We only
The Community Service Day honorary Defeated Candidates' know two of the dates since it's
program at Sorosis' Tuesday after- I Club. The day after elections they all a big secret till the last few
noon will feature a discussion on |came singing through the halls at days. Tri Delt and Chi Omega the
the phases of the League of Women the mystic hour of 7 am. This have announced theirs to be this
Voters a non-partisan organization weekend. The others meanwhileare ,
Jolly group tapped LEILA LANE.
\ by three members of the JO ANN CLOUD. JOAN SCOTT still in suspense.
Walkwitk b"\J I local league. and NELLE CARTER from Orlando. Sensational Azalea "Rhodalea"

man Mrs.for Frank the: S.day Kottmeier.for community chair- The old members entertainedthe Auxiliary Tea Nets li
new at breakfast and later
service will introduce I $100 Polio FundThe
Mrs. Henry |I that night at the Mecca. The for
Killen. program chairman of the I meeting are held: every Friday the benefit March of Dimes
: league who in turn will present 13th and before being a full bridge tea given by the BTJalBrith
r? .
u. ..; It.W4 R eIt Ut.c o s"fat' ;will the speakers.speak on Mrs.the national Mel Casselberry and international I the fledged reasons DCC for the her pledge defeat.must Their give noon at Auxiliary the home Wednesday of the president after-- On Friday ((10 AM to 4 PM) and Every

YOItk( ," . level of the league. colors are black' and blue. I Mrs. Barney Cohen. netted
$14.95 Mrs. Rhea Marsh Smith will dis- n n n $100. The sum was turned over
cuss the league from the State This week was really highlighted 'i to Mrs. Louis M. Orr. chairman of and Thereafter Until
standpoint, and Mrs. H. S. Strick- by colorful activities of Orlando the women's division for the Friday Saturday March
call forth
Sonny days in action
you go out ler from the local standpoint.At girls.: Up Puke way MADGE I 1 March of Dimes campaign.Mrs. .

loving Walk-Overs with the Main SpringArch.. present women are taking SLAUGHTER was chosen out Of Orr gave a talk on the
more Interest in public affairs and National Foundation of Infantile 15th.
52 other
t A delightful surprise awaits you for Walk-Overbuilds 1 the League of Women Voters pro. heart of contestant Sigma Chi.the To"Sweet-quote Paralysis outlining its scope of
activity and also the specific work
to give them
poses accurate nonpartisan -
this restful, scientific support into smart 1 information. Women from the "Duke Sig. their newspaper done In various communitiesthroughout
"the blue of her
; and
shoe fashions. Wonderful have been voting a comparativelyshort the of eyes the country. She IMPORTANT: NO RETAIL SALES ON OTHER DAYS.
clinging fit adds to gold her hair made Madge !! pointed out that more iron lungsare

their supreme footcase.WALK are amateurs.time and The realize league that Is they the,'the dream perfect girl."personification She was awarded of our a j!! of poliomyelitis.needed in event of an epidemic Many prospective buyers, during the sale of smaller plants at bargain

only woman's organization that prices, expressed the wish to purchase larger plants.
cross of seven dozen roses plus a ,I Corsages of sweetpeas were presented -
I works solely in the public Interest.Its .I gold loving cup for both her and to each guest. The tea
OVER SHOP creed is "let the people know 'i her sorority. Kappa Alpha Theta.i:' table featured a colorful arrange- BELGIAN AZALEAS INC: now offers them this opportunity and AT
make the people care and help the II Dressed in a white strapless gown I ment] of Spring flowers and pour- PRICES THAT COMPARE FAVORABLY WITH THOSE OF THE MORE
people act"Mrs. with gold sequins scattered. I'i Sag were the Mmes. Harry KotUe-
(Orlando Boot Shop, Inc.) It R. M. Wetherell is com- ,throughout the skirt. Madge made I i I[ man. Louis Bauzn. and James COMMON VARIETIES.
_
C4 N. Orance Ave. Bcacham Theatre Block munity Guest service tickets chairman.will be in charge 1 a along perfect with picture VAUGHN.as she danced Heller.were Others the Mmes.assisting Nat Mrs.Berman Cohen Prospective buyers should prepare a supply [not less than 4 quarts per

of Mrs. R. S. Tubbs and Mrs. EARL. O Irving LIpton. Morris TJKUT. Leg.ter -
plant] of oakleaves and topsoil from under oaks mixture of oak-
or a *
e Door Reyer. Benjamin
P. Hogle. hostesses for Shader. Fan-
J The Alpha Delta I
Pi
dance
I C.I nie leaves and fibrous aircured
afternoon include Mrs. Saturday night was one of the Kramer and Benjamin Glaser. peat. ;

dance bigger was events held of in the the week.Longmire The COME AND SELECT YOUR OWN NTS-CASH' AND CARRY .

building and the decorations car- or . the plants you select can be shipped express collect. A packing

and ried white.out the Crepe sorority colors streamers of blue charge of 10% will be added to the price of the plants with a minimum
SURPRISE! SURPRISE! paper
and balloons made an effective at- charge of $2. :


Tnornal and Mrs. Robert TJHeyJr. All plants are baled and burlapped. Detailed but simple instructions

Yes you will find a surprise in store for you when you visit chairman.., Mrs. W. R. Boone Is. flower I will be given; to each buyer.

YOUNG FURNITURE COMPANY, located at 42 N. Garland Following the' program tea win I
Avc. be served.The committee includes REMEMBER: BELGIAN AZALEAS normally Mil for six time tie pric
the Mmes.John T. Branham. Fred j of the common kinds.
Tedcer. James Caldwell
and Lin-
Our customers tell us that we have the largest selection of ton Allen. Mrs. E. Harold Johnson II They can be bought at low pricoa BOW because BELGIAN AZALEAS. INC.

furniture in Orlando. and Miss Mary Branham win I LADIESbecawse wants th... SUPER AZALEAS to become ixror. widely known.
pour.

Our floor ......................., j BELGIAN AZALEAS are tho finest oxalooj la th. world. They an the
display of BEDROOM SUITES alone consists of '' result of ISO years of painstaking roaoorch. croadfi end Mlctlaa by the

more than forty different styles. In addition we have our regular :, PHONE 2-4474 ,, 7ftullt LtWe.t world's foremost experts.

line of furniture including LIVING ROOM SUITS, DINING : THEY HAVE ATTAINED A STATE OF PERFECTION THAT NO OTHER

ROOM I SUITS, Etc. ,' CCaLt- ', t41k 'B d AZALEA CAN BE COMPARED: TO THEM.

YOUNG : C"tI...... : Belgian Axaloos ere almost e-rerbloomlng. They prodaco flowers of oner
FURNITURE
COMPANY arc dealers of BAD- also. double
: It shows moos wary of hoary rubatanco. Colon vsoquellad for abeon.
COCK FURNITURE, and have the buying power of that 11 N. Orange m.... Trail brilliance and purity. Foliage loatKory and aloosy "M Kff7 It a boaaUfal

corporation. That is why you will find our prices below the ;,. Orlando. Florida .:. color hundreds schemes of easyto-vte and other i garden- shrub ores when not In bloom. As Lardy as the common kinds.

morass and our terms more liberal.Vby not pay us a visit :JA most complete stock of sparkling Ideas for I

and see for yourself. If you can't come in, or live out of town 1 the very finest food speciaJ- :: horn.Mo tod in fun color your COME TO CASSELBERRY [Highway 17.92 midway between

if you will call or drop us a card we will have one of our Sales ; ,,. ties. ,: IH 41 page will 'inspire I Orlando and Sanford] Next Friday January 31st or any Friday

men call l on you. :JXew thippbtc less l.es you to try something or Saturday thereafter until March 15th and make your
Oranges
rel.e.a.v
yeses:
As a SPECIAL 'for this week we ore going to offer yew steel coil bed springs for frtr 4* Mck BMOM wttk a Wx. ditt,....Get a copy(roe. selection.
Jor: ...uc.... Come: t a sad tt '
$1175 and you doat have to buy a matrrtn or bed to get them. Come and packed.Ora&tes. :

get as many as you need while they last. .: NOTE: The Urt seders f. UM ..a5 ..hate etp be nae.I es..ty' his eteb

: for :wee In ::-a.. and : '


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Page 22 IttnDay grntinrl-&lar Orlando, Florida, January_ 26, 1947 I IDAR Program


guest of honor this week at a mis- for llItd about roc s a"F V
y Planned
Bride-Elect I cellaneous shower given by Miss ef/'t1fAa11rYdda' % qbi YY

Ann McKenzie and Miss Peggy '
Vaughn at the latter's home on I For
Honor GuestMiss E. Michigan Ave. Saturday
we()
r; With the honoree "eer includedthe I Mrs.Henry H.Hancock; is chair-
Yarbrough. whose
Kitty
Mmes. Clifton Yarbrough. O.
I man for the program entitled
marriage to Karl Osburn will be Osburn, J. W. Pierce. Ed Hood.
By KITTY HENRY, Society Editor Visiting Daughters Day" for the
> month, was the Benjamin Katz. Lillian Jackson I
I and A. T. Vaughan: the Misses SUZANNE WHEELER Orlando Senior High School senior,will +L regular February meeting of the
Janie Gay. Ellen Haler. Mary MISS Orlando Chapter of the Daugh-
'Q"RA starred as Elizabeth Bennet in the forthcoming production.
Highgate. Jane Hood. Elizabeth | ters of the American Revolutionon I
"Pride and Prejudice. to be presented Wednesday at 8 p.m. in the I
L Ann Ann Steele ,
Osburn. Peggy high school auditorium on Robinson Are. Saturday at 3 pjn.. at the
Beverly Stowc. Katherine Tor- 35 Lucerne
chapter house. Cir.
I[ Suzanne is proving herself a true daughter of the theater having I
REPAIR SERVICE rence. Patricia SuU>Tf. Jean' The following associate mem-
SOUTHERN MUSIC I Vaughan. Katherine Wilder. Ar- already demonstrated.her acting ability in "Little_Women". last years I bers will speak on the work of
... _
lene Wilson and Marjorie Yar- n wnen me play was taKen to a one-
0' their chapters at home: Mrs. Pet-
HZ N. Oraai TeL K71 )
brough. act play contest in DeLand. In II
tus Lee AlabamaMrs.. Frank C. ,
recognition of her dramatic per-
Binnewies. Wisconsin; Mrs. Henry
I formance there she was one of the I During
s I H. Hancock. Mississippi. V OeX
three actresses from OHS honoredby the an opportunity will n
proprag ; 9rte.
s being elected to the All State I be given visiting daughters coming 3ae
Actors' Team. She was also from various sections of the

starred in "Best Foot Forward"last United States to tell of outstanding -.
year and had a part in the . .. or unusual projects of their
one-act play "Sisters Under the State societies. :
Skin." .h J.. "1.;.. I Miss Beauclaire Robinson,
.. .
Because of her success in . )'- It chairman of the American Indian
these plays, it is expected that in .. ':. .( \ ,"'P;' y Committee requests that members ThetiIUSIC
the part of Elizabeth she will give ""' { L ; :: ,; bring beads to the meeting to be
one of her finest performances.The ' ., 'I't 1':. f'- used in the American Indian work. BOl31S
role calls for having '::". .. I I There will be a tea hour follow- ,
= a girl .Ji"'S_, Fsrk Ale. g
... "* the with Mrs. F. R.
COMBINATIONSare Intelligence and a sense of humor. ; #""t ing program Flow 1S1
MildredE. U < Jaco of Kissimmee as hostess ;INTER PARK
Dramatics director Miss <
< I'i
1" ,. chairman.The .
Murphy states that she expected < \
an excellent performance 1.if tYp ., I executive board will meet at
at the chapter house on Friday
when she assigned the part to '. ?
favor .11-: '
winning 3 p.m with :Mrs. T. G. Lee and
Suzanne and says that sq far the .
l -" Mrs. S. S. Harris as hostesses.
lx rehearsals have not disappointed I MRS. RUSSELL KEITH BASS I
all over the nationFOR her. Suzanne plans to major In
. was before her marriage recently at the College
SUZANNE WHEELER dramatics when she goes to col-! Park Baptist Church Miss Doris Jeanne White, daughterof
......star of OHS play Wednesday lege and those who have seen her
lady., I Mr. and Mrs. George E. White of this city, formerly of
perform predict, a bright future for this attractive young COTTON
r> r cMR. I Nashville, Tenn. A reception was held at the home of the

.AND MRS. HARRY BECKER entertained at their home Thurs- bride's parents on Harrison St., following the ceremony.

I day night honoring their houseguests. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Bloom, After a short wedding trip in the southern part of the State

of Baltimore, Md. With the honorees were included Mr. and Mrs. the couple will be at home on Hillcrest Ave. .DRESS

Morris Fliesher. Mrs. L. Shapiro. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Safer. Mr. and I
I Mrs. Milton,H. Block and Dr. and Mrs. Alvin Savage. Dr. and Mrs.

I more.Savage. recently came to Orlando to make their home from Balti Winter Park Show Places t SALELovely


o 0 C3MRS. I Listed Garden Tour ,e
I M. C. VAN TRUMP was hostess at her home on Woodland for
\
!
FOR this week when she entertained with an afternoon bridge !F The list; of-gardens to be included i231 N. Interlachen Ave.: L. C. McKinney .1. cotton dresses that are

I (IMEBUTEDELIVERY party complimenting Mrs. F. H. Stephenson, who recently moved in the series of Garden;' 420 N. Interlachen Ave. excellent for school or street
here with her husband from Washington. D. C. With the honoree
I were included the Mmes. David Morris. Fred Mathis Mac Barnes. Tours arranged by the Winter I'I For March 6. Mrs. Anna O'Heir. wear. In a large variety of

James Sewell. Duke Pearson and Mrs. Harry Keneil. who recently Park Garden Club for five Thursday 1418 Aloma Dr.: Eugene Smith styles and sires. Even thoughsome
from moved to Orlando from Detroit. ; afternoons during the Winter 192 Brewer Ave; F.' M. Smith. of these dresses are
o o o I I I priced below cost they are of
I season has been announced by the 1207 Aloma Ave.; F. D. Trisman.
L 7 REQUEST OF the Orlando Delta Delta Delta Alliance the Delta I high quality fabrics and mod-
BY Itinerary committee, composed of 201 Brewer Ave.; A. W. Vernon
Delta National Executive Board has granted permission to ern styles. v
-" BI8 Mrs. W. F. QuarrIe chairman.1 1I 699 Osceola Ave.; March 20. Mrs.
the Alpha Eta Chapter of Delta Delta Delta Sorority at Florida State
STORESEoiy College for Women at Tallahassee, to initiate :Mrs. William T. Horan 'j I Mrs. C. A. Coddington. Mrs. J. S. E. S. Fownes Maitland; Research

with the active pieages uus sea I Capen. and Mrs. H. W. Stone. I I Studio. Maitland. SIZESr I

son. Mrs. Horan. who was pledged Although a few more gardens Other arrangements for the 9to15

while attending Florida State may be added the complete list; I tours are being handled by the

College for Women left Orlando now Includes the following: for I'following members of the Garden 10 to 18
Tuesday for the initiation this
-
Jan. 30. C. A. Coddington. 800 C'1ubMiss; Harriet Peasley,
A week-end, and la returning from s PRICES
Tallahassee today. x Palmer Ave.: C. J. Freeman. 911 I general chairman: Mrs. W. W.
O O O 'Seminole Dr.: A. Kyle-Rometsch.' Wolff, ticket chairman: assistedby ., Were Now

1lRS. DONALD K. MIDDLETONwas 1621 Via Tuscany; W. W. Nelson; the Mmes. Rose Skillman. Jenny -. $1'0.97.> 5.88
Bowers. and McMillan; Mrs.F.
.115. the guest of honor this 802 Georgia Ave.: C. H.Pratt. 1551 I I O. Wilkins horticultural guides 7.97 4.88

weekend when Mrs. Sam Klnlaw Via Tuscany: for Feb. 6, George I!chairman; Mrs. David W. Robinson 1 \ 6.97 3.88
ti1 1
and Mrs. Ted D. Haynes were Marsh. 1200 Park Ave. North gate chairman; Mrs. W. J.
hostesses at a surprise shower.
Taylor Jr. Mrs. Don Vincent and
[former home of Irving Bachel-
With the honoree were included a Miss Maud Trisman. posters.
the Mmes. E. O. Rich. Robert lorl; Mrs. C. G. Plant. 1020 Pal- Tickets for the tours are In NEW'S DRESS SHOP

Knight CharltQn Morgan Ivan i;. mer Ave.: W.F.Quarrie. 1100 Park charge of each Garden Club member -
M Morgan Jr.. A. J. Johnson Neal Ave. North: E. R. Shippen. 1290 and are on sale at the Book-

-t Weldon R. N. Hatton. J. P. CUlp Park Ave. North: for Feb. 20. R. cry Park and New England Aves. 7/ie/ Store Where You're Never Hard to fit"
W. J. Glass. J. E. Partin. Myron Series tickets are $3.00 and single
B. Barbour. 655 N. InterlachenAve.
Guymon. John Lipthrott. Marvin I day tickets SI,00. AYE.
Powell. Carl Barnes W. J. Bell .; Gen:A. D. Andrews. 500 N. In event of rain garden tours 111..S. ORANGE

George Shuman. R. E. Waters and Interlachen Ave.: Hugh McKean.' will be taken the following day.
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W. H. Moon.


NOEL LAND daughter- ATm.AcnvElIXSIiiIA11. . honore<< by T.Tri HORAN Delta.- I
young of Mr. and ;
Mrs.Floyd land.Invited a group of the younger set to her home on E.

Terms Yale Ave. Friday night for an Informal dance. In the group were

Doane Randall Nancy Loucks. Dorothy Johnson. Sue Grant Oaylene Another Orlando First !
Barlow Shirley Malcom. Sandy Damn Rodney Block. Parks Duncan

$ .5 Kenneth Holdeman. Kaye Don 000JAN.ROLLISON..DAUGHTER Lewis and David Dickson.

of CoL and Mrs. Robert A. Rofflson of

A Real Valve! Montgomery. Ala. . Mr. and Mrs.
William Gormley of Rochester N. Y. are here visiting Mrs. Gorm-
This is an outstanding ley's mother Mrs. Olive Denison. Mr. and Mrs. Gormley plan to star

value 8.tub radio until the latter part of February. . Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Kipp of
Hyndman. Pa, are spending the Winter months here with their son
with AUTOMATIC record and daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Kipp. . .Mr. and Mrs. Carl .
changer. Spurgeon have as their guest Mr. Spurgeon' mother Mrs. James r ., '4 'a r z w.f

Spurgeon of Sevienrille. Term.


Tone ejwBry. .-. cler reception favfrien
. record !
changer . cabinet design ,all are combined in St. Luke'sSchedule Piano Recital

the new, 1947 4-tube TELE-TONE table model combination ., -

Vi"..9 y.. the greetcst value en today's GivenThe

market. See it.. . "hear.it.TODAY. You U wOnt one Set TodayKenneth :xx. ., = rMSOtl7' iRilh Sy
in home. end hare .
can
your .a tCC
yen >ES
schedule of events this New m. promising '. 'f' Haas near R trs lfYn

week at the Cathedral Church of I Rollins! College student pianist rL. ; .- t -tars -

(Pay Only $2.50 Weekly;' St. Luke bias been given as follows I and pupil of Prof. Walter Charm- t

: I bury win give a recital at the
Dally. TM sal th. Rob Coamnaioa.icM .
: Seminole Hotel today at 8 pm. .
.
Thandar at II aj .V Monday 3 t.t.tiy
FfoAs I p ma awalklT *4a LARGEST RADIO AM APPLIANCE STORES
ins af the Woman i AsiOUrr at Uw I IChanr I
H ue. Tacadar- 1 ...a<. JauorCb Pnlad sad Pane ta X Major.__ Bath
I rtrtareo" ..*.>r rrtwanal -CatAXral &..... 1 Garctt ______________.___0.-......
> B.T Sratlta. Troop 33. wltk 5r.sta -
I ....re T. r. OrtMRk aa. R. B Parro.at OUM -___-------------------Orsu
Pariah Maaaa; WtojwMar 7 9.m, Cbwr i 1 n AY.ik''A
.u..or.tr ken nkvaraali f 30 P a._. CaUKdrat M..aCtvto Coasts la D MaJor Opal Ia..a eta..a
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crones anpp.r .u.c at tfea Par1bMn4. I
Jak. Raw .,. t N a m.. tatamaawaa. IIIrsntulsmpromses
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la a. the Hair OMmmiitleo: M34 CMpta.NartanM 7i1
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Yes, a solid carload of 1947 gas ranges, the first to arrive in Orlando since 1 1942. Availability .


Beautiful Suburban Town I of top quality gas appliances is constantly improving although pre-war productionlevels


have not yet been reached.

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Located 8 miles North of Orlando South Atlantic Gas Company has reopened its retail safes department for gas appliances.


13 miles South of Sanford on Old Visit our showrooms and have informed attendants tell you of the many improved features ,.
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Highwoy 17. A Growing Community, of the 1947 models.
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having active Civic Club and now
You will prefer GAS because of its efficiency, economy and dependability. '

organizing a Chamber of Commerce.Hills I

and Lakes-Orange Groves r

Large Oak Trees-Pines-Bus Serv- & t

ice Hotel Church An Ideal
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Place to Live! Visit,Then Make Your i i SOUTH + T1flr1TlC omp.flnY;

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stitutional conference, of the sixth I Orlando, Florida, January 26, 1947 trl1t &unbay t'tuttnd-&tu Page' 23 and the music aD are integral first of four' presentations being
I district department of Florida in j of educational story
parts an jut on for the children of Orange
Orlando March ,,, -
16th. .
Mrs. Bar- -
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'h. ;"1'Y"p_. The projection of the story is the County by the Children Theaterof
.. " ..'_' v
Held bara Bell Bradley past president ;. .. ,_ :
Ceremony wrt League Group StrawbridgeWill most important phase of our the Orlando Junior Welfare
has been appointed district confer- work" he says. "In the educa-
Assn.
For II ence chairmanship. tional units we send to schools
Auxiliary The auxiliary is having its mem- StudyingConstitution AppearIn we describe the scenes, explain the Tickets were put on sale in an

The American Legion Auxiliary bership drive this month which dances and the music and suggest of the elementary schools of the
reading lists. In that way we provide County last week and may also tie
held its initiation ceremony of all I I[ will be climaxed by a membership Tinocchio'
new members this week at the a background to the dances purchased in the children de-
Legion Home. -tea on Monday at the Legion and music take on more meaning." partment of the Albertson Public
The "Model State Constitution" Edwin Strawbridge. who
Mrs. Bea Altermatt. senior vice Home from 3 to 6 pm. In the ap- I The dance play "Pmocehlo" is the Library.
president was the presiding offi lounge room. To be eligible to attend with explanatory articles win be pears here on Thursday afternoon
cer. Mrs. Ruth Hoober, auxiliary this tea one must bring a the Subject for discussion at the Feb. 6. at the Municipal Auditorium I
president of Post 19. gave the oath new member or three or more renewals -
League of Women Voters Con in his dance play "Pinoc-
and the elocution on loyalty. Mrs. and contact membership SHELLCRAFTERS!
Mildred Smith vice president act- chairman Helen Akin for namesof stituaonal Study Section meeting i chio. has brought classical bal-
ed as sergeant-at-arms, with Mrs. possible new members or re- Wednesday at 3 pjn, with Mrs.J. let from the world's concert stagesto 4 It Costs You NO MORE
Gertrude Mathews and Mrs. Joe newals. Helen Akin will be at the ,
E. Mattocks, at.the Highland Lake the classrooms of little red a /
Hill assisting. Mrs. Ople Harbin tea to register up all new mem- To Get
gave the address on "Freedom. bers. Persons who are eligible to Apts 605 Marks St. echoolhouses. where today he
'and Mrs. Barbara Bell Bradley join the American Legion Auxiliary "Model State Constitution." ruses It to teach everything from FIRST QUALITY SHELLS
past president of the auxiliary and wish to do so are wel- i
prepared by a committee of the Renaissance literature to Ameri-
V'sit one m the most complete shell shop to Florida-Sour .
come to come to the Legion Home -
spoke on "Justice. specialists in Government can history. Urge: sortment of shells and .JkraR. tuppii**-Fre*
New members to be initiated Monday and sign a membershipcard. leading I price list. See our gorgeous display: of sheil jewelry- :w own
mere' : The Mmes. Annie L. Massey. . throughout the United States in His unique art form that sugarcoats original designs.DONDEE .
Dorothy C. Tyler. Maude K. Mrs. Betty Vail is chairman of consultation with a long list of an educational theme witha I
Guard. Lela Pratt Annie Vema the tea committee. Cochairmanand
Pmkston. Marie Taylor. Alice P. ladies who will be on the distinguished authorities' the mixture of music and drama r SHELLCRAFT INDUSTRIES
A vera. Mary H- Ryan. Jenne I greeters committee are: the Mmes. separate fields has been used as is equally fascinating: to children lit NORTH ORANGE o IN THE ARCADE
D'Agostine. Jane Johnson. Beul- Minnie DeVane. Best Lee. Mary the standard in almost every Stateof ,and adults. It was developed aftera
laress Helem. Pearl Hatton. Turner, Esther Burnard, Helen VP, the Union where revision has ballet career that carried him
The auxiliary will.nave its con- Akin M. Mayer. Ruth Hoober. been considered. I j around the world and 15 times
Edith Felton. Those who will preside T Every one interested in this across this continent.The .
in pouring tea will be the study is Invited.Morse children's ballet, unique in
EXPERT i Mmes Louie Vail Alice Jones that it is the only one in the /NEW\
WATCH REPAIRING Flora Walker Edith Crossley. Ema world is more than entertainment

Specializing in Swiss and AmerIcan I Adams Mrs. Brantley Ruth Hoober.Burcham. Gallery according to Strawbridge for the
auxiliary
Watches. 8 Days Service. I
singing the dancing the drama
president has called an executive
ORLANDO JEWELRY board meeting for Tuesday at theY Plans ExhibitCentral
256 S. Orange. Corner Jackson ,I M. C. A. at 12 pm. Dinner will
be served. and South American wickerkraftcompany: STEINWAY \

Arts will be the subject of the next

The Perfect Gift! SNACK BOWLS I exhibition at the Morse Gallery of .

4-piece sets raffia permanent finish outside MRS. BEULAH HOLLINGSWORTH CHIAPUSSO, guest Art to be opened in the near fu-

wrapping glass liners; assorted colors, set 695. artist at the Rollins College faculty recital series concertat ure. This will follow the current JUST RECEIVED MODEL 40 ,-

Collapsible double door Wardrobes. 898. 8: 15 p,m. Friday at the Annie Russell Theater, will include and successful exhibition of American A large shipment of i

N. &::n e THE CLOSET SHOP JSSSCARTER'S ; i in her program songs by Brahms, Debussy, and Portrait painting. folding chairs HEPPLEWHITESPINET

other composers of note. Mrs. Chiapusso whose husband, Hugh McKean. director of the Fiber & Sisal I

I Jan Chiapusso, pianist, will also contribute to the pro i Gallery, said: "A feature of the Rugs -

gram with a performance of the "Hammerklavier" sonataof exhibition will be costumes from Lawn & Porch Furniture PIANOCOOPER'S

vL Ludwig von Beethoven, made her debut at the Chicago Guatemala, a country famous for t
its lavish use of color. The exhibition I Upholstery Dept.. Loose
Civic Opera and has recitals of
frequently- appeared in Cushion
is being assembled with Work. Plain or
German lieder and modern French songs. Mrs. Chiapussowill the aid of Annemarie Heule dIrector Printed Sailcloth and !
r be at the John Carter. Ticketsfor MUSIC STORE .
accompanied piano by of art exhibitions of the Other Fine Fabrics
the concert are available at the box office of the Annie Council for Inter-American co-
I I. Russell Theater. operation. Miss Heule is arranging ALL GIFT ITEMS 7/ie/ Only Authorized; Steinway Dealer/ for Orlando"
47 NORTH OPANOI AVI. ." for material to be shipped
from the J. B. Specie Memorial REDUCED TO COST I' 20 W. Church_ St. Phone 4652
ORLANDO "
Dorothy Thomas Engaged Metropolitan Museum. Louiseville Museum.Ky.New. and York.the 1245 N. Orange TeL 435S

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II7FZfft. I To Marry\ Hans K. Jensen

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Mr. and Mrs. Laurance Stuart that time has been connected with

I Thomas of Kingsport. Term, announce !j the Cabco Insurance Co.

TREE RIPENED NATURAL COLOR I the engagement and approaching Mr. Jensen attended school In
Orlando and was connected with
marriage of their the Columbia Baking Co. prior to

TEMPLE ORANGES daughter. Dorothy Virginia, of his entering the service. He served
Kingsport and Orlando to Hans five years in the Army Air Corps
Koeford Jensen of Orlando. I and since returning to Orlando
Miss Thomas graduated from has resumed his duties
at the Columbia

7ho Aristocrat of the Citrus 'amil/," Dobyns for High three School years was in Kingsportand employedby I The wedding Baking will Co.take. place Feb. III ll II II I'I' r IGfI, Iii''{ dl L '''I''I'' I ; ,u; N! I !, .f; ii W !!I I, "I I I I I I IIII n I II

Come out and have us chip a box of these JURI... Temple the Tennessee Eastman Corp. 6 at the home of the bride's uncle. III I I I{ Lllh i III

Oranges to the Special Friend Back Home. of that city: coming to Orlandoa I R. N. Seymour in the presence t>f I I I 1 IlII I'' C 1 1I.
Once-yoaVe tailed these GOLDEN ARISTOCRATS youll never little over a year ago and since the family and a few close friends. 1 I I ; u l l ''II'I' IIp, ,

again be satisfied with an ordinary orange. it Ilhlll

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T/enfy/ of Parking Space" Music Club I Three Orlando and Winter Park I !.. i Ill ill ll 1111 ,, ,I i

citizens are on the board of directors I I I II

THE FRUIT BASKET PlanningBenefit ': drews, Mrs.namely.Braxton Mrs. C.Beacham O An, r... I I I I II, i LI I I, I{ I I I I r+ -. ) I I II4 I,I

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be the occasion of a Benefit Tea simulated Heirloom pearls. : I I I ,I, r: Il III II //'CI II ; !N I n ,
New given the
Materials/ Just ArrivedFOR by Wednesday Music Quartet Plays Available bi seven styles. '
Club at Sorosis clubbbouse: for
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=Dora Frocks" at 64 E. Pine St. Foster the benefit Memorial of the Fund.Florida Steven Here Saturday $17.75 i II IIII III{i I' I I ''I I I I I GII I INII'I } {q,- II'',II I /I JI'I I p I I I { I''Ip.. ilk I t
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Saturday night the Gor- I ,: I I ryl r ILll I f l i I 'I'II
erected at White Springs. Fla.
With all the warm weather we are having you surely needa carillon and will consist of a museum. ';don Winter suing Park Quartet High School comes auditorium to the-' I Il I 'IuI'' j/ III, ' new Bemberg or Chiffon dress or tailored suit of lightweight tower statue and shrine :'

wool. or Crepe Romaine. Let us make it to measure all Steven dedicated Foster.to There the memory is already of the Symphony to open the Society benefit of series Central of b-Unique pin of crown design ; I Iil4 fli l (j II j, I>IIII, a Nlpl I' (

10 that you will be sure of a perfect fit. There is III' : '
no need $8000 worth of marble awaiting''Florida In a distinguished pro- set with beautiful simulated ;'F '
to worry about your size, you can be short or tall stout or construction and the State Budget
thin or even a perfect figure. You can still have lovely Commission has approved the I;: gram of chamber music played byAmericas sapphire. rhinestonea, ; lull II!IN IHl pl l ''II! iI!I h ' ,I.
clothes that are just for you. expenditure of $15000 Music' top and most talented jI III ; uMl { 'I I { ,..
clubs and music lovers over the j h i I stringed foursome. moonstones and, rabies. By If'' l In plLlGill lid gi !! "IJ i

State are contributing to this' The brilliant ,, III, ; I I !u IIM
Among the new materials silk Jacques Gordon. Trifari. $24.50 iI7 1 {{ l ,. &" ,
are. Jerseys and chambray memorial for one of Americas il II p+Nlllll' ,, "
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for sports. Hollywood and all kinds and his IIII' ,, fir" ;
crepe of sheers cottons outstanding composers of music.In i' I )
and dotted swiss. addition to the rendition of three accompanying instrumental-
well known Foster songs, and some i I lets, Urico Rossi second violin. : !: u I
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unfamiliar ones there will be a I Fritz Magg. cello. and Dave Daw- 0 It ter t i.
Go one flight up at C4 E. Pine St. and see them for yoonelf display of antiques and art treas-. con, viola. will offer selections by l
urea contributed by members of : Beautiful: bracelet of two-- w '
any day excepting Sat. Mo... the Music Club and friends. Boccherini. Schubert and Dvorakin ,
I I this initial tone 10k solid gold. Distinctive it j ,
Miss Margaret A. Haas of Jacksonville event on the series i, I I N
is president of the Steven of three concerts dea1&ned0 ,
and long wearing. (4540.d J
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dUo-pianistsarto BrargtotU and
i Jack Chaikin. and on March 14 unusual setting of simulated r< t ," l qrw I ,y
on a Russ MATTRESSYour i the series will be closed by Lawrence TT, ; 'r
I Tibbett. the great Metropolitan topaz. $29.50 1 :; v
baritone making his first ,r' d w ,
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Florida. All concerts will be at
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mattress expertly made of finest materials I the Music Box in Winter Park
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Page 24 Zit': &Uttbag &rntlnrl-I&tar Orlando, Florida, January 26, 19471 Gideons To Hear Silby said this county Is in needof lirected by Mrs. W. E. Kirchhoff.Mrs. .
Sunshine. I an Iron lung. i, C. R. Dawson is chairman of
I(, I Fred Ganas. Seminole High. the department.
Chicago Clergyman'School athletic instructor and I'
Park News Cast Includes Mrs. J. W. Han
Sutton Scouts Plan coach told m 1he believed'!i i Mrs. F. E. Bolz. Mrs. S. D. Hlgh
l> HAROLD ESCH At 'Y' Tomorrow :jj deeper interest by in'' leyman. Mrs. E. D. Brownlee. Mrs.A. .

SHUFFLEBOARD .. Three basketball games would stimulatethe M. Phillips Mrs. J. C. Russell
Honors The Rev. E.: G. Zom. Chicago
: High play of the team and said it
Mrs. J.
Ross Adams and Mrs.
men's and two women's teams wil- will speak at the breakfast meet- is his belief that the Celery Feds Ralph Austin Smith.
Sales i make up the Orlando representation of who have made a good showing so
For PutnamRay Ing Orlando Gideons tomorrow
;! to compete with 'five other I II far bid fair to make a real team.
I at 7.30 In the Pres.
a-m. YMCA He Sanford
urged overcome its
{ W. M. Button, Putnam neighborhood com- Florida cities in the Greyhound'i+I A. P. Swaidmark said yesterday. lack of interest usually given I Dr. Paul M. Kessler
f missioner of the Boy Scouts of Lines Pennant Tournament Wed- basketball.
ward Ave. has Zorn. a nationally-known Bible
dential sales America will be awarded a Scoutmasters I nesday: in Lakeland.A fi I Guests welcomed by Pres. Henry Optometrist
{Atlantic Gas Co.. I Key at the bi-monthly'i doubles tournament will open I I conference speaker is now speaking Witte were Paul Dixon of Or- I 201 Church and Main Arcade
jrice president of Court of Honor of Orange CountyScouts I nightly through Feb. 2 in lando and Jack Morrison of San- (Cpsutril r... Mil
tomorrow for club members. No
to be held at the Winter
nounced yesterday. evangelistic I U M anger' can S-tUt
services
his headquarters in Park Elementary School auditor- .[class: "A" or tournament players i at Moody ,
will supervise ; ium at 8 p.m. Tuesday.The will be allowed entrance but mem- I Manor. ford.Woman's
Park. Sanford and Winter Park Kiwanis Club bers may sign up-two men. two "The response to the first break- : Club
and the Kiwanis sponsored Scout women or mixed-for this play.A fast meeting of Orlando Gideons.I' Neuritic Sciatic
| In taking Troop 61. will be hosts at the Round Robin tournament will held last week was excellent." ,
{. plained that court. open Thursday for both the State Swaidmark said. "We invite all Plans Play'Wednesday

appliances are All phases of advancement In and the Orlando Invitational. men to the breakfast and we urge. Rheumatic Pain
i ly. and home Winners in the local tournamentto Gideon to bring their friends. ''
scouting are expected to be
being made at recog- Tboound of svfferan from emsee1.5pins
rate. New models nized at the ceremonies. determine a participating teamin awl acfic da. t* KbatuaaUaB. H...-
the State President Cup play- I I' rater,LiuDbam Sciatic and Nraziua bar
display at the Second Class awards are to be off were Mrs. Marion S"\\asey and Mrs. WatersHonored [Soe 051 to The Sunday Senttnef.S'arl! ba rtf lighted t OMacorar that UM Doctor
formula
-eald. presented by Don rust caH4 Kiniiad atarta clmlauna
'y Haggerty Edward A. Bentley. They will play SANFORDThe Fine Arts through UM Saved alow* laMadiatalr altar
Sutton has had 13 class *y Clyde MeTiblen, merit in St. Cloud on Feb. 5. Dept. of the Sanford Woman's =drat dose.umua belpt.g pats,e...,.
fence in the utilities badges by Waldo Plympton. Star LAWN BOWLING . The Club will present for members ooss.a-e.paint and and aorou axcaaa, and actda at tbat UM oftoacausa MB
the local firm in Scout awards by Joe Galloway.Life fourth weekly competition for tim promptly .iom baling the paia and
as residential Scout by Allison Galloway only a humorous play written byi ort.
years
women's play was completed Friday ,
At a-D.y ntaI caw: b pre whO l.W.d
for the Mississippi and Eagle Palms by Bill TaylorJr. and two one-sided games of Party Sophie Kerr at the Club Wednesday San c:::: hap Jtmg. sad bow

: Light Co. He is" will. Scout Executive Harold Pace ,(j Trebles figured in the final out- [Special To The S ntinl i|I following election of officers fans a t and taaa r.. .,axactly aa..........cos Sva,u.dose1 .>..
two children. award banners given for at- Sunday -StorJ I aulta for Toaraelf Tm. b
come. Mrs. F. P. Slingo. Mrs. for 1947-48 and concluding with *tbo latfc* Unl ooaurprtat
r131ff.6.. tendance. I KISSIMMEE-Mrs. Dean Watersof I sad ., almpfj
I James Muldoon and Mrs. C. H. Madison. Wu, who is the a tea. empty packar dam root ........um tbo H
I! Troops attending will be In- 'I Phillips had 31 to 5 for Mrs. S. The play was sponsored by Mrs. uarantMd. Dent cuCu aMtbet bou VJU .
Florida grapefruit spected by District CommissionerCorbin S. Nice Mrs. B. K. Smedley and houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. S. D. Hlghleyman and has been WI vying KaatiatAre
most Makinson Jr,
on auction was honored with
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Ballentine at 7:30: p-m-, Mrs. J. A. Parks.In a Coca-Cola: her
46 season on Nov. party by sister-in-
and Scouts Richard Classen and the other game Mrs. J. S.
Philadelphia when I law. Mrs. Makinson Thursday.
John Neal of Troop 61 will lead Stevens Mrs. Robert Russell and .
Guests
Indian River the pledge to the Mrs. W. G. Srodes defeated Mrs. were Mmes. Lindsey
flag and the re-
Stevens Bruce
Partin. H. C. Anderson
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: pged $5.85. dedication Joseph King. Mrs. H. F. Tilley and
to the Scout oath and
Arthur Logsdon.
'I Scout law. Mrs. T. C. Reed by 24 to 3. Mrs. Murray You a Potential or ChronicALCOHOLIC
Overstreet. Henry Tucker. W. Wilson -
The meeting will close with a Muldoon leads the parade with i Lancaster. Amy Cason W. B.Makmson. .
I Scout prayer led by Harold Ward. three wins out of four and a to- Hunt Ledbetter.
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'and the playing of taps by tal of 91 points or a plus 39 advantage Mmes. Dick Lawson. Kate Knox

W. II. Barnsley I'|I D.Thomas Peeples HenkeL is in Scoutmaster F. An Orlando over the rink field.of Fred Wood- Albert Bearden. Henry Jowers. If ... tile ........ see M. Coal sby ,.. .......
charge of Merrick
all ar- Hill. Al Cody. Fred Kicker -
specimens for I worth. W. G. ...... ...
Large! rangements. skip Srodes. Orville I Nelson Makinson. C. H. Sum far traatMa lit WHITI egos HOSrTTAU
coUectKms. I
Be.ra
Cheesman and S. H.
Witmer play-
in small alas : ed in Mt. Dora Friday and lost .meta Hugh Barrett. Harry Dale. 1. It b ... ...h 5P5 Sal .hi tab ..... that b aYarad .s *jatoay farliaalaiaal
Miss Eleanor Barcley. Mrs. Cecil .....
at ca
20 to 16 to yaw -
Presbyterian Maj.iCharles Marsh
Bush.
See the and Company. Mmes. Irwin Ingram of Orlando 2. Yaw .....itia* b ta4ay rtaarOa' lIS e daftair aaaaM tadip.crd _...lm
akiH tkaa .... to rfca af ... .
Saturday's regular draw tournament ay Mve.pnd aMy .w.
Today .and Lee Stab of Madison. Wis.
Church ChoirEntertained was interrupted by rain >. TIle WHITE CROSS HOSPITAL aawaraa w tin Apopka turn again yesterday after six, ends. ...11I""',_ dwawMs ........ tbd w. m..m.ey ill dsa..r
Palms. (o S block The shower lasted Just long Sanford Lions ... yaw aaact ca.4itia. .

yard Magnolia! ] SL 1 : enough to prevent completion of 4. It la baiattal that b e _..... ...,.... I... say ram ..
the day's activities. Fifty-two : 'UONew liaalaiaat 4ama; ,_ ,ca>ac>.

[Specie! to The Sundoy Sentinel-Star members took part. Charley Phillips Hear Plan (. Yaa Mme yaanaM ..... ... WHm CROSS HOSPITAL. Si ....
KISSIMMEE-Mr: and Mrs. Dr. C. H. Rust. George Crofut I charted upon yaw ._ taa.aait at aay tHM.tb .

: Earl Steinman entertained the and points Dr.in G the Willard abbreviated Hobby contestto had 10 For DriveI 1. F_ MM yaw i. ....... ..w ... o.o ponds to b.Tara .
Presbyterian Church choir at ,.. boo tb* cooatoat ave ot tiamd _anaa.
Come 1 in and 1 1I I a walk off with "un-official"
I'I I barbecue Friday at the. LakeFront honors. I I [ISoec ol H TIe Surxky SenSnel; -Starl 7. 11Iit_ ,arum wits e..diH..p..bbte. .......liHtN
Park. I SANFORD-Dr. Harry Silby 5555., ... ___ ....., wad tb.e ......_.

I : I'1 The guest list included Mr. and t spoke before the Lions Club Friday .. It ... eve e .......... ......... ............... w -.Mrs.run
Cocoa Girl outlining the March of Dimes -. Se ... d..t.p-.d ot ctuoojta 4rakinaj at s..N51s. .
Mrs. John .
: Maskrey. Mr. and Mrs. Campaign and asked for their aid -

NEW t I II ; i Harold Goodell. Mr. and Mrs. Dan : in reaching the goal for combating t. T. ._.... draifcbtt. woo tmtfcot Ooftvo *..) of .*.! muse those
; Autrey Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gets ;\rmyPromotion infantile paralysis. Contrary tbot ,.. caaot ....... to ___

i Stark. *I to the opinion of the com- 10. Only ... seek .f .**._ ffMi bus *.d bemuse b rowing< M
: mitte on this work last year. Dr. See """'?.
I I ; Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Stark. Mrs. "-

:(Clyde Nelson. Mrs. Earl Shrewsbury TIle WHITI CROSS HOSPITAL b yaw egad -.Idled. "fw.
| Mrs. E. K. Tengstedt. Miss ISoeriol to The Sunday Senhoel'Shr000OAPromotlon Lemon Juice Recipe ... fe..t..M. .t yew __ .,.,. Oa sN M ..aabaW.ef .
to the rank wise bon. or donbttiil .f tbo Miilali bp.fs. Mat Min
; i Willa Ross Graves. Miss Theta boioital s.s ens yo* to lb..e.y. of bass,. aocb ooa
of First Lieutenant. Physical Checks RheumaticPain alitiooa o* yoon ..s be tatuctad .*b sly *.ee ok of ..*..
; with the I Phay. Mr. Erlin Tengstedt and Therapist, Medical Dept. U. S. .......- .Writ* o* aboo. for .biforatotbMt or aoraoo** brt**
5-. ..... ....... _
Mr. Ralph Ruppert. Mr. and Bob Army is the honor received by *aa* ye. eN.wAAd.bsl.
fry aaaoMtBMat Oitty.
: Eby and Mr. Ed Phay. Miss Elizabeth Anna Jameson of Quickly i,
"MAGICKEY" Mr. and Mrs. D. L.
had
Autrey Merritt Island of Mrs. .
daughter
; If yn MOW rem __..... manes oruriua
houseguest for the weekend
as Mr.
Elizabeth Grosse. now stationed asFt ..... ITT .". atmpto laiumaana knot
and Mrs. Harvey Jernigan and _.. ..
i i; I i Miss Elizabeth Autrey from De- McPherson. Ga.. according to a a..1 ..o&-..-.. ooBpooa. a .M CM itodar. ,a onpplrM4,50k'. '
!I letter received by Mrs. Grosse.Lt. . Mix It vtta a .wft ft vawr .. la. ffl1HT H 0 CROSS
Land. ., 4 Irmmn '. _. N. trautla al
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Mrs. P. K. Winn of Dayton .Jameson was graduated from all sad t.at. y. .I7 S tauiwuatola -
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I >> the Richmond. Va.. branch of tea mm** a o r Oftra wthta 4* aava
Ohio has arrived in Kissimmee to -_ _1u -.......... awns an.bws.d.
to spend the Winter.Mr. William and Mary' College in 1945. . wars ... we eWeal'" Irw
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I I and Mrs. Perley. A. Young and Immediately entered the U. -,.II.M.e, -- .... a5... oW -tnwe yes 5..o Ski, 4210 C.**rl. AM... St. ,1ft..." ...... SI.u1
; and his sister. Arlene Young all of S. Medical Department as a physical as tai Ie_try w 1&5r.r-bark 5. Skid b" pw_a.apt_ a5 sad.a.v.o..ad ..
Ellsworth. Maine are spending the therapist with the rank of Y a sass aM 55tw
I Winter here. Second Lieutenant. ,.'. erred yarn5.M Se awes
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Class 2. semi-double: First. officiated at the double ring ceremony -
''Frank A. Assemann: second. Mar- performed at 9 am. last
Tuesday In St. Andrews Episcopal:
I Church of Ft.:Pierce.
The bride given In marriage by
1 lint of her step-father had as her only 4 t tp'1
HosplialalTSkk attendant her mother.
Room Supplies The Rev. Franklin McOowen of [
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I Wheel Chairs ud Beds Duncan of Winter Park and the Jirk ,
: Hospital Rev. Holmes Fay of Miami. '
Sots and Following the ceremony a reception .

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Cleric Church To Open 50th Annual Negro Leaders I Orlando, Florida, January 26, 1947 it17t 'nnbzrn Srnlinrl-filar Page 25
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To Speak at Park I is being observed by Richmond I have exceeded 100 per cent in the'ary meeting. The campaign already -
Missionary Parley TomorrowThe Page, representing the American County CofC I.drive. Johnston said. I has topped the 1948 enrolment

Service Today 50th annual missionary convention of the Christ Attend Parley Assn. of Teachers Colleges. N New memberships number of 1400 during January and
: Pace is professor of economic 300. with both business concerns still is "fairly lively.he
response
The Eola Park open-air service ian and Missionary Alliance Church of Orlando will begin :
affairs at New York Iniversity,
today at 3:30 pm, immediately tomorrow and will feature Mrs. Ethel M. Bell and the Rev.E. I Four prominent Orange County and is making a complete studyof Drive Success I and individuals included. I said.
following the band concert, will be F. Gulbranson.The Negroes are delegates to the Statewide the diffused school programof I Response from new business and
addressed by the Rev. George Rev. W. I. McGarvey, district superintendent! also health conference of Negro Florida for the association.It I industrial,firms has been "most
Tuinstra of Grand Rapids Mich. will participate in the convention. I leaders being held at the Bethune- is pointed out that Florida's Orange County Chamber of' gratifying:*' the secretary said. I HOLLY HILL HOTELFor
Commerce membership drive has
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Usually attracting a crowd of Shipwrecked and adrift on an Cookman College at Daytona. Negro colleges have an excellent Memberships ]in Orlando have a quiet Winter vacation lathe
netted 1,639 members of the 2.000
1,000 or more Winter tourists, the 8x10 raft for 20 days with two They are: Rubye Sanders. Negro reputation throughout the nation I reached 81 per cent of the quota Hills of Oranreland; a
park meeting is sponsored by the children and 12 others, Mrs. Bell health director of the Orange and that Mary Bethune, director quota set for 1947. with every.set for the city which chamber I quiet country; hotel with spacious -
County Tuberculosis and Health and founder of the BethuneCookman town and community in the coun- grounds games, dining
Christian Business Men Commit officials 'ver
will relate her during say they consider ,
experiences Assn.; Booker T. Reddick Jones College, is ranked as one of ty represented "by a substantial room with real Southern
tee of Orlando, and 1 is directed by that period in the Atlantic.Mr. High School physical education the leading educators of the na- good" in view of the fact that the I cuisine. A few large first floor
H. Stuart
Harry Wunberty and Jimmy Has- Gulbranson, a missionaryfor director: Linda Lee Reddick. Hol- tion regardless of color. number Sec.-Mgr. drive has run concurrently with I II rooms still available moderate
kins. den St. School teacher, and C. W,.I The conference is called through Johnston reported yesterday. I! daily, weekly or monthly rates.
the Christmas and several
14 in the Total renewal and mem- season
years Philippines Jennings I Apopka Negro high co-operation of Florida Universi- new Special rates American plan.
Mr.Tuinstra is appearing nightly was held prisoner by the Japaneseat school principal.The ,Ity. the Florida State Board of berships amount td 88 per cent 'fund raising campaigns. Write or wire today for rates
as one of the speakers at the Zamboanga City Manila. Da- conference at which Dr. Education the Sloan Foundation of the quota which is the highest : Johnston said that he hopes to and reservations.
Bible conference now being held William Scales, resident physicianat of Applied Economics the Florida ever sought by the County I report a membership in excess of
through Feb. 2 at Moody Manor vao and Santo Tomas before being I the Florida State Tuberculosis I'IA&M College and Bethune-Cook- Chamber. Some communities have !the 2.000 quota to the chamber's I DAVENPORT. FLORIDA
22 E. Gore St. liberated by the U.s. Army. Sanatorium is principal speaker man College. tripled their quotas and 12 towns ''boaid of directors at their Febru-
The missionary party will be
heard daily over Station ttLOF -
at 1:45: p-m. and on the Alliance -
.
Church of the Air Station
WDBO, dally at 4.45 pm.

Today's services will be held at (
4ilIiI
the church at 11 ajn. 3 p.m. and
7.30; p.m. .r
j The Rev. H. P. Rankin pastor, REV. E. F. GVLBRANSOX -'
. convention speaker o
i will direct the convention. ,


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.. . ." '"'- Service, FeesVehicles
operated by all depart-
Model Kit for Model Builders ments of the City of Orlando dur-
Equipment for Tennis. Baseball. Softball ing 1946 traveled a total of 1022.
436 miles and burned 142.618 gal- l .'-
Games for and Old
Young lons of gasoline, the annual report -
of G. H. [Pete] Skinner, gar-

214 N. Orange ita I e lj S ALL CLOSED DAY yesterday.Oil age superintendent used. amounted to revealed 6,392 new The famous "Saltenni" wrought iron terrace groupings- "'"

Tel. 6668 quarts and 2,047 quarts of reclaimed !'
WEDNESDAY"Plaljt oiL' guaranteed rust proof. In fruit and floral designs that ; / It'
: ,rn i' STore'WEEKEND Cost of operating the fleet was

listed purchased at 57597.amounted New to equipment 53877. only America's leading artisans can produce . See .'

During the year there were our complete selection of many unusual ensembles. y
3.326 minor repairs and 23 com-
SPECIAL plete overhaul jobs.
Broken down gasoline con-
sumption by departments
t Sumay'sFamous amounted to- Sanitary 44 836.: engineering
b I .. 33661; police: 37.791: *
park. 6082; electrical. 1471:
PEPPERMINT health. 1,694; garage, 452 and tax / -r+' t

PATTIES 359.Annual report of A. E. Slauson. \ \ \ ' ')
creamy centers building inspector, showed total ; F '.. \
delicately fla- a ; / \ .. /i
vored and dip- of 1946.1,175 Total building fees permits collected issued were in ;; \ \ \ / ,
ped in that delicious t t'IA

6J- darkchocolate coat- $8.501.Other permits were: painting I 1 .. c- L -
ing which has 370 signs, 174. moving and de- 7 >l:
I made the name molishing. 86. and termite 78. : '
Of SUNRAY City electrical Inspector I..'".
famous. Bond reported 1.796 electrical
permits issued. and $2,081 in fees
$1.50 Lb. collected.

Chocolate covered BUTTER CREAMS, NOUGATS F. E. Zane, plumbing Inspector,
reported 1747 plumbmg permitsand
Caramels, eta .$1.50 LI. fees of $4.393 in 1946. '- '4

Chocolate covered NUTS and FRUIT. .$1.75 Lb. ORANGE COUNTY r I ( : ,; : j; : 0

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Page 26 Sllt'UfbBit &rnttntI-&tat Orlando, Florida, January 26, 1947 Works. Rumford. B. L. will com Florida orange auctions fared
plete the session with more "suc- ( Latin AmericaExpert Japan Mailing best in New York City during the
cess stories." I 1945-46 season. A total Of 4.510
ange Ave, between 9 a on. and 9 On Saturday morning.David W. I cars brought a $<.72 average.
Axis Secret WeaponsPut Rust, vice president and a union I Talks
Here I pjn.The ', Rollins To Hear representative of Bundy TubingCo. I
on Display exhibit with Japanese.Italian I .. Detroit, follow a debate on I Curbs RelaxedLetters SEPTIC TANKS
On
> Captured Axis secret weapons and German weapons Is stop- II I "Resolved: That Labor should Wednesday
featuring the latest suicide weapon i ping here while on a national tour .,have a direct share in the management Ii ,
will be shown here today. tomorrow i under the sponsorship of the Navy Economic LeadersExecutives of industry." Dr. Rollin s. Atwood. noted expert up to a maximum weightof BUILT-INSTALLED-
and Tuesday in an exhibit ; Club of the U. S. A. There is no Taking the affirmative will be :I on Latin-American trade four pounds six ounces now REPAIRED
and Or- I admission charge. Hobert McKay and Theodore I i problems will give the third lec- will be
trailer at Wall St. I II accepted by the Post Office
and union leaders will tell the country how !' Mlschucfc.. Sayers and and the Joseph negative A. Friedman JackT. ture cas" series of "The at Mind Annie of Russell the Ameri-Thea- for mailing to Japan PostmasterJim 560 GAL CAPACITYApproved

they worked out amicable employer-labor relations, while .Rollins students. ter Wednesday at 4 pm, Dr. A. Beggs announced yesterday. by the
economists of three nations will discuss international trade J. Hanna. director of the Rollins Postage rate for such letters State Board of Health
Floor Sander I problems at the 12th annual Rollins College Economic Con- Traffic Accidents College Inter-American Center will Abe five cents for the first INSTALLED BT LICENSED
I ounce, and three cents for each
said
Edger & polishers for rent at reasonable rates. New equipment. ference Thursday through Saturday noon. I yesterday.Dr. PLCMBER
who is ounce thereafter. Beggs said.
"We have heard so much of I Mount Over Nation Atwood. acting chief I In another order, the Post Office -
for economic research in the Division Glenn I I. Holliday
Cell SidingThe strikes and other I
management- gave permission for the double I
of Research for American .
labor troubles that I Traffic accidents are four percent i or reply postcards to be sent to I4s1 W. Ca.ccrdALUMINUM. r.... tttI
Seduced present stock. we are presenting Republics is being presented by
board for exterior use. prices on I higher throughout the nation I Japan at a rate of three cents for
at the conference employer fatal the Inter-American center in cooperation -
I than they were In 1941. but each half of the card.
AquellaWorld and labor union representatives accidents decreased by 6.000. Walter with the U. S. Dept. of
Gift of the
packages unregistered
-
who have solved most of C. Mallory. manager of the State.
famous waterproof paint for concrete, brick, stucco,. i Florida State Automobile Dealers His topic will be "The Land and and uninsured type will
the difficulties in their
be
plants accepted to all parts of Germany -
11 masonry popular colors in stock. I Assn., was informed yesterday by Peoples of Latin America." ,
Dr. Melcher said. mending all sectors of
the National Assn.'The Also a noted geographer Dr. Berlin that
except portion ender ROOFINGSee
Insulation"BALSAM Dr. Hamilton Holt president of : comparison was based on Atwood was formerly senior Polish control Beets an-
Rollins College will welcome con- 1941 Inasmuch as that was the economic analyst and assistant nounced.
WOOL" 12 month trial-money refunded If not the
before Mallory
last
ferees at Annie Russell Theater at year war. commercial attache in the U. S. These packages are subject to Your Dealer/ or
satisfactory.
entirely asserted.
Foreign service in Ecuador, and the same regulations as covered
10:30 am. when addresses on The National organization laid
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chief of the research branch. Rift packages permitted previously, Hardware Store
Doors "Economic Tooling for World the decrease in fatal accidents to
Metal
Overhead Garage
I Division of Geography U. S. and unclaimed packages are to be
the fact that the educational campaign -
Order" begin. r turned over to relief agencies aid-
Reduced prices while present stock lasts. being carried on by motor- State Dept. Profile Supply Co.
I That morning Lewis L. Lorwin ing associations and safety organ- I He was a delegate to the Pan ing needy Germans.ity Distributor
WEEKLY SPECIALS staff economist. U. S. Departmentof izations is finally driving home American Reciprocal Trade conference I
Commerce, will speak on "So the necessity of careful driving on in 1930 and a delegate to of Florida. Bucknell. University 211 Butt St.
BARBECUE GRILLS PORTABLE ICE BOXES -CAMPING viet-American Relations." and Dr. dangerous roads and the equally the Fourth Pan American Com- of Iowa and Clark University. I
EQUIPMENT at 20% reduced prices. A. M. Sakolski, writer-economist, necessary keeping of cars In good mercial Conference in 1931.
will speak on "Past and Present mechanical condition. I He has taught at the Univers-I
Efforts for International Financial
Co-operation." PHONE r PHONE
SMYTH LUMBER COMPANYN. The afternoon session will beginat 2-1669 2.1669COMMERCIAL
2:30: pjn. with Redvers Opie.
Orange at Railroad Phone 4139 economic adviser to the British I C'DNfM
Embassy in Washington speaking LEWIS L. LORWrV _
on "Britain in the International . Russian Relations YIAIl ROUND PROTECTIONMIlxMUM
Economic System" and Dr. Rollin<
S. Atwood. acting chief for economic uM BEAUTV
research U. S. Departmentof Mr. Opie. Dr. Atwood and Dr. Sa- -
State talking on "Latin AmerIca kolski. AI'l j T/CU'l1'f llU-
and World Order. Industrial relations discussions J--/ - --, "I '' .f, \Q oc. .u ,
On Friday morning Ansgar will begin at 3 p.m. Friday 11111;; i
Well it FINALLY arrived .
Swedish
Rosenberg. economic adviser -
with C. G. Frttntz. president and "
to the assistant general secretary Danzil Phillips. CIO. and Ed- j SIIYIB PlflllOB- fllWl( PlfllldB
United Nations organiza- fjj
ward J. Mills AFL telling how
Universal Aluminum Paint tion will open the session.A they worked out relations for j AIR COOOITIOflllie
fiUTGWIC HEflTIIlG
panel discussion will be con- The Apex Electrical Manufacturing -
ducted on "How Can We Live In Co. Cleveland Ohio. I
the World with Russia?" I
We have in stock I
now The panel will include Dr. R. W. Henry Lauterbach president-
France. Dr. Rudolph von Abele manager of Sta-Rite Products REFRIGERATIONATTIC
Dr. John Martin. Dr. Theodore Inc. and a union representative;
Collier. Dr. Edwin L. Clarke and and J.Whitney Macdonald. assist- FAN INSTALLATIONSGAS
Dr. Melcher of the Rollins faculty. ant to the president and Nat
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paint BRICKS CEDAR SHINGLES CADIUM PLATINGWe

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are fully equipped to plate all type of Flatware.Nickolwaro .
NAILS 14 E. CHCRCHST-ROOM 115
Woods Fid Oil Co. Nickel and Chrome Plate tray Boat part
Bumper parts Pitchers. Vases, Dental and Surgical
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Be Sure to Drive Out to Mead Botanical Garden Today and See the Many Lovely Camellia Blossoms ;


. Entered In the Camellia Show. You Will Be Thrilled by the Breathtaking Beauty of These Unforgettable ;

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' THE ROMANTIC STORY OF THE CAMELLIAThe -'\<

CHOICEIf COLLECTOR'S ITEMSWe _

Camellia's native home is in China south of Shanghai, in oil Japan south of Tokyo,

you are just beginning a collection of Camellias,you prob- and in Korea, where it grows to a height of 35-40 feet with dense,well-shaped heads of red and also offer a nice stock in the new varieties of Camellias,
ably have wondered what varieties you should have first. We pink flowers bearing clusters of golden anthers in the center. It was named for a Moravian which are much in demand by collector who are interestedin
recommend the following varieties as the good standard adding new varieties to their collections. We can furnish
Jesuit Kernel who traveled thru Asia in the Seventeenth
George Joseph century.
We have
varieties collection.
everyone should have in a some many varieties including the following:

nice 12-18" plants which we are offering at $2.50 each for Some time prior to 1839 the Camellia was taken to England and France, and subsequentlyto

the include next the two following weeks.: The varieties you may choose from America, where it became one of the treasured shrubs flourishing in the gardens of the old ALBA SUPREMEC.

southern mansions. The plant came to be known as, the Japonica-an instance where the spe- M. HOVEY ,

cific: name has become the common name of the plant. All plants were kept pruned and grown EMPEROR OF RUSSIA .* ;

ALBA PLENA .. formal and all varieties not full formal doubles were discarded. This may have been responsible ROSEA SUPERBA ;,-- -:

PINK PERFECTION for the decline of interest in their culture, for they went "out of fashion" with the poke KUMASAKI -i",

PROFESSOR SARGENT bonnet and the hoop-skirt, and other plants took their place in the public eye. SCARLET OUARA -: :I .

HERME .. Just eight or ten years ago there developed a new and awakened interest in Camellias, and. LAUREL LEAFMARCHIONESS *.-.

CLEVIANA they are now accepted as the most beautiful of all flowering shrubs. OF SALISBURY

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PINK CHANDLER SPORT Contrary to popular belief, the Camellia is easy to grow and rewards gardener's efforts PRINCESS BACHINACHI

IMPERATOR ; with abundance of vividly colored bloom while they require a minimum of care. ROSE DAWN .

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IMURA + **
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VAMABIUS .
Camellias are easy to grow so long as a lew simple rules are followed: STAR OF BETHLEHEM' ""b
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HARLEQUIN 1. They should be planted in good rich loamy soil with acid reaction. COLLETTI MACULATA .,

'-!. FEASTI' 2. Camellias prefer partial shade, but may be grown in the sun if necessary.Never attemptto MONJISU '

; WOODRUFF DBL. PINK grow in full shade. MATHOTJANA RUBRA '

PRINCE E.NAPOLEON 3. Be sure the location is well drained. VICTOR EMANUELThe

GLORIE DE NANTES 4. They should be planted at the same depth they grew in the nursery row.

Mulch: well with pine straw or oak leaves to help hold'moisture. above are crafted plants and are priced at

6. Fertilize only in the late spring and early summer, since late growth will cause less
Your Choice, Only $2.50 Each bloom. $5.00, $7.50 and $10.00 each

7. Keep well watered, especially during the blooming period and when blocm buds arc

being set.

Come in 'M., tsd ask .S tart Mr j,I'Mi f tri iJartufstnrfct. 8. Spray with Volck or some other oil emulsion in 1-60 solution to keep plants clean from l. .." t. visit .., Merest brtttk .N M. tht ..., f./.

.dia scale and insects. kliti of .J."*.., camtf/Mf/ tints, trees, cues ..4 friu.Vtt .
Oar txpfrwact eW dill re jrrj for tfo ,.
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4-H Exhibits Planned "bureau.
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. Orlando Florida 26 1947 27
Vets' Service It was pointed out that in some January eljr Page
Junior County Council of 4-H i counties service officers are busy CtI1TRAI fl RIDASi1J I. _

dubs chambers met in the in County the Court Commission House-I all the time but in other counties ,(meeting the Rev. Crawford win I II !I LOCKHART PT.TO :MEET |I row at 8 pm. at the Lockhart

yesterday to plan exhibits to be there was little to do. Three Men Hurt 'present a talk on -Half Baked !; The Lockhart school Parent- school. The Rev. Oscar Magartan I
set up at the Central Florida Exposition -I Plan Delayed officer In the could smaller take centers care of one twoor (I ;I People. I I II j I Teacher Assn. will meet tomor I will be the principal speaker.
which Feb. 24. All I
opens three counties with On Friday members of the Fel-
clubs were represented. a conse- lowship Class and all others who VENETIAN BLINDS-WINDOW SHADES
quent saving In money, It was
The Florida State Veterans In
Auto
I Mishaps
wish to do so. will attend the eve-
:commission meeting at the Ange-. said. ;ning service at the Ohev.ShalomJ SURPRISINGLY FAST SERVICE ON:
bUt Hotel yesterday delayed action -|, Some discussion centered about 'Temple, Orlando, at which they NEW BLINDS AND RECONDITIONING I
on a request by service men's asking higher pay for service officers I? IARNEY BARNES I Three men received minor in- will be special guests. Transportation ADAMS
organizations that the county sys- to attract specially trainedmen THE QUESTION In can be arranged by seeing
Juries traffic accidents yesterday j 'J' w. rENTalt AVE" ORLANDO PRONE 55355p
f tem of Veterans Service Officersbe who could accomplish more Mr. ]lair or a member of the ORA.'GE A"Eo. WL TEa PARK
% discontinued and the officers : but this too. was delayed pending Do you believe In high school i necessitating treatment at committee. PBOJliB au
be placed under State control. further study of the State unifi- fraternities and sororities? j I Orange Memorial Hospital. I
The commissioners agreed that cation proposal at another meet- THE ANSWERS I I I Harry T. Dable. 65, of 439 Lake
the entire veterans service system ing.The St. received knee and arm injur- ,
should be under a unified department morning session was devot- Jess Bennett department store
but opposition developed on ed to reports from various com- manager Sanford: "Fraternitiesand ies when struck by an auto reported I
4I the grounds that a State sys-sioners and from county service by police to have been driv-
tern might develop into another t|'officers.' sororities are an right if they
I en by W. H. Girard. St. Cloud, at f
take in'the whole student bodY or :
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Church and Mam Sts.
class but when
snobbery comes I Girard was arrested on a traffic s
into the picture violation charge.
THOSE DOLLARS then Is the timeto
ffi put a stop to 1 Edward Doss 18. of Orlo Vista

WILL WORK them. Studentsare ;received body bruises and his . .TILE WITH THE
excludedfrom : I brother C. C. Doss 22, suffered
OVERTIME FOR YOU . these organizations '
severe head cuts m a collision be- I I Ip BEAUTYof ENAMEL
because
I tween an auto driven by R. A.

when you choose a Paint measure they up do to not a Doss.riding Ocoee.and a in car which said they to have were and the DURABILITY I
I false and vicious
brand like ,p
our famous -'- been driven by Joseph C. Batten
standard. I have I[Jacksonville. R. A. Doss was arrested of STEEL
USG CEMENTICO PAINTIIt's seen students Bennett I ,by police. II
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hurt and humiliated, and I mean'
LAWH good scholars with excellent family I
Pine Castle NewsPINE
made to combat all extremes background, because they were
of weather to keep Its SWEEPER excluded from these groups. CASTLE-Ralph Newton .f
,of Evanston, Ill, is a guest pf his
smooth colorful surface season 1 t tk tl
after season! .. How about .....-.rraa.sb.r.atY1L..Gw Sam Lupfer, high school student ,sister. Glen Boosted.
The .Study class usually
stopping in today to look: over . ...... .... think, KLssimmeeNo much of them I in do high not ''I by the Rev. C. C. Blair conducted ,
our wide selection of beautiful Wednesday was postponed so
persons
A.I.Y d d Id, t1..ett .i : school because we ,have enough'
colors?, could attend the Missionary t
activities
alreadyto Alliance Assembly in Orlando. Attending -
keep us occu- were Mrs. E. W. Roe and
.
.Ord-s..Y.- I 6 00It.t pied. With the the Rev. Blair. P. M. Shanibarger.Mrs. [flI: [ c=J :'
.., ,__ + 46 < y present schoolactivities W. F. Horton, Mrs. Annie Lee i I
PITTAAANDIPL these Smith. Mrs.H.T.PYool,Mrs Car l I
SMALLER MACHL\E S3S.OO z o r g a fixations rie Hogue. Mrs. Anna Matchett. A.d I, I.a..l a..l., ODD
would interfere Mrs. Barbara Wigman. Mrs. Bean. A.t1.a, I.'t l....'IL..c1.,
with studies and i Mrs. Allport and others J 1
take time away I The Brownies started on a Val-
23103 ORLANDO NURSERIES from more Important -I entine project supervised by Mrs. Permatile will make new or remodeled bath. fa-ults which so often appear after the orHJ
.
651 N. Orange Are. act i v 1- Phillips and Mrs. Totten. at their
ties. Fraternities meeting Wednesday. The girls rooms more beautiful for a life time. This dinary wall tile has been installed. It Is fir8i$

Phone Ui at niT for Demonstration 4. Lnpfer ana B o r o nuts cream were*surprised and sandwiches with a gift by of Mrs.ice tile, with lustrous enamel finish and bonder- proof, completely waterproof, and the glass:=:

around a school that make ends cliques to cre- Jarraker.Sara Diane Jarraker act- bed, rustproof steel backing, is easily built like joints prevent seepoge or water between:

ate ill w 01 and hurt the feelingsof ed as hostess. over old plaster walls, plaster board or any the edges. 3
Mrs.
Walter
Graham fell
students not asked to be mem- day while at work In her kitchen Mon- smooth 'surface, and it costs much less installed 3
YOUR NEW HOME IS READYA bers. College is time enough for
these organizations, because students wrist.breaking her left arm above the than regular ceramic or vitreous tile. And for the kitchen? Whether it is old or new,*.

have reached an age where Patty Jones Barbara Hicks Made in individual pieces, it fits exactly into build Permatile into that kitchenl! You'll be;

Two- Bedroom Bungalow With Screened Porch fellow they are students.more considerate". of their Juanita Bradford. Barbara De- all corners, recesses, base and trim, and once able to remove dust and grease quickly and;
Ware members of the Girls 4-H
Approved F. H. A. Construction * Club and their leader. Miss installed,it is permanent. easily from Permatile with only a cloth, and<

Product of REYNOLDS METAL CO. Using Their erator.Earl Hensel.St.: Cloud variety: "I store can op see shaw Dickenson.went to and the Mrs.4-H H.Club H. Brad-meet- without painting your kitchen will always be!;

LIFETIME ALUMINUM SHINGLESand where they could be a good 1n ing In Gainesville last week Permatile has no "artificial" look. The beau fresh and bright.To .
ence in the school yet It U-I'where they received Instructionson ty of the enamel finish and the strength of

membershipswere be abused. If Royal judging Jackson chickens of Lansing for showing.bitch,' the steel make it a fine building material, it suit your house and your taste you racy

LIFETIME ALUMINUM SIDING awarded for home.Is a guest at the B. M. Martin resists cracking, crazing, buckling and other_ _order Permattle in numerous sparkling colors;
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excellence In .
E A PROVEN HOUSE-QUICKLY AND EASILY ERECTED studies, they Dan Freeman of Beloit. Kansas rMONI Ot Ruts AND ursrsewtatly/ tau
is here at his home on the
PRECUT roof trusses and porch students would encourage to &: Matchett Road. PERMATILE
Mrs. Barbara Ernest of Mt. Ver-
PREFABRICATED sub>> floors and side walls Prom greater effort.a social non. Ohio is truest of Mrs. C. J.Sweet J
and family. DISTRIBUTED M CENTXAl HOIUOA IY ;
Other Materials point o f view The regular monthly meeting of
Roof decking for Interior they could be a .. ... the Fellowship Class will be postponed 80S(
framing portions sheet rock iinished flooring good thing pro- < ... from Monday until Tuesday -_-_
flooring doors In from packaged windows and screens roofing felt -hard- vided the entire at 6:30: pm. in the Parish
war. student body was Hensel House. so the Rev. Guy Foye I MERCHANDISING BROKER AND EXTORTER

Address Inquiries to included and supervision was un- Crawford of the Central New 131 PARK LAKE AVE. Phone 2-4632 .ORLANDO. FLORIDA :
der school authorities. They are York Conference may be present. ..,
I banned from the schools by law Following the supper and business
ALUMINUM BUILDING & SUPPLY CO. and should be kept out until

P. O. BOX 1628 -- AGENTS ORLANDO. FLA. proper keep operation them under and control.supervisioncan I
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Jerry Seholthels. high school ,
student Winter 1
Park
: "Yes I believe -
in them and think we should I I
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have.them.We have little enough i i -.'" i

WE NOW CAN FURNISHOweniXUlnol and privileges I believe as that It-Is H, ,., ,.... ..:-.rf- ," 1IuI4. .. -T;:. :,-r.f.1' .- ", 1' . :

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to one rl&hwe f ,-

;' should d. Fraternities be allowe S' -;. I!


rTw4YIGLASS BLOCKS and help aororitlea students to I .

become acquainted ; }
i with each %
LIb -Ow.ftI-l"ord other and pro- #
mote good fellowship -

PLATE GLASSAnd among_ GUILTY
me: tbuuent DOQJ. \c&
SehultheU Authorities say"
they interfere with our studies,
but personally I do not think they
would bother my studies. Colleges
have them and seem to get alongall .

WINDOW GLASS right so *why*shouldn't* we?" OF POOR WIRING ? "

Boyd Wilson aviation student
WE MAKE MIRRORS TO YOUR ORD ER Ocoee: "No. they are banned from .
I high schools and should be kept
out for_the.good of all concerned. ,
nica acnooi students -
I
TRANSPARENT awl TRANSLUCENT GLASS BLOCKS treat these I!

6 !n. Iq. a In. *}. 12 In. so.. with organlx too a t Ion much s Before you plead not guilty, answer these questions: Are there \'
All Block 4- n d 5u .
importance and '
carry' activities I enough wiring circuits for all your needs? Do you have plenty: of
connected with
}U" & 1 14" POLISHED 7-32" CRYSTAL I them beyond all switches and convenience outlets? Is there adequate entrance
reason. Fraternities 1 -

PLATE GLASS SHEET GLASSAny and create sororities a- sen-ice? . ..

Size Desired Up to ,.".100. I caste system in
dear or Tinted Clear Only the student body

and in mann1sen Remember too before you answer, that you will be getting new ,:< r
cases students are hurt because

AUTOMOBILE GLASS i they are a are good excluded.influence School if they clubs are electrical appliances soon in addition to those you already have. .

Safety Sheet- Safety Wholesale Plate and Only 7-32" Heavy Sheet properly and principal.supervised by the teachers If your plea is "Guilty" . MODERNIZE.


County Judge To Speak i

PLATE GLASS fe HEAVY SHEET GLASS for TABLE or DESK TOPS Before Men's Club Contact an expert reliable electrician for advise on your homes 1

VrTROUTE for' STORE FRONTS and BATHROOMS . Opague. will County be the Judge principal Victor speaker Hatching!at wiring needs. Make sure that your Iouse'hat the proper number .

METAL STORE FRONT Contraction. the regular
monthly
ins of the Men's. Club suppermeet of the Cathedral -- circuits with the right size of wire, light outlets switches and
STEEL b ALUMINUM SASH GLAZING-Commercial fc Residential. Church of St. Luke Wed-

BLUERIDGE ROUGH ROLLED GLASS-Plaln It ground nesday at 1:30: pm. outlets for lamps and appliances. It's the way to easier living the
Judge Hutchins win give an informal
D. S. GROUND GLASS. talk on local history of the electric way!
Cathedral relating anecdote from
OPALESCENT CATHEDRAL GLASS In any color. i the early days to the present time.as .
gathered from old residents of
THERMOPANE for INSULATING WINDOWS-Multiple glazed 1mlta Oriandou
for REFRIGERATORS end WINDOWS in om... 'I
I During the uo-.. season total
processed Florida grapefrutt sales
MIRRORS IN ALL TINTS were 2.13..000 boxes.

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AGRICULTURAL NOTEBOOK: I Page 28 ahr, irunfciH fi'ttttrarl-Stat Orlando! Florida, January 26, 1947 I I
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,'Incredible Profits' i Orlando Chicks Trees Shrubs PlantsFor

iij'ji'iE liiiwat
: Flown AbroadIf

Reported-in 1882I 25 years TRESCA has been selling plants, shrubs trees and
many varieties of nursery stock to a widening circle of buyers.
you're ever in Puerto Rico or We are proud that many names have been on our books for this
DICK COOPER Ecuador and the chickens seem to quarter century and that through these friends and buyers we
[Sunday SentInel-Star Agricultural Editor] look familiar.' it Is because they have constantly added new customers.If .
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"TN-MIDDLE AND SOUTH FLORIDA fresh vegetables may be had I may be as much a native Orlan- I rL_ yon are one of those who bought from TRESCA before we
doan as yourself. having been !
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each and every month of the year, and there Is no portion of the flown there from McCall Poultry need no introduction as to guarantee of satisfaction that goes
I- with TRESCA If have"notthls
every tag. yon is our opportunityto
United States where the ordinary garden-vegetables produce so abundantly Farm at 1333 Gene St. serve you and your opportunity to get acquainted with carefully -

4 or attain such marvelous size. Recently, the raising of early "It may' seem odd but whilewe selected, vigorous nursery stock at very low prices.

vegetables for the Northern markets has attained the dimensions of a ship thousands of chicks by' S
i air to Puerto Rico and Ecuador,
leading Industry-rivaling in magniture and profitableness the produc- 90 per cent of Orlandoans who

tion of tropical fruits. Tomatoes, cucumbers, green peas, eggplants, buy' chicks. do so from Northern -

strawberries and the like, can readily be placed on Northern tablesat hatcheries" said poultry-' Camellias-

a season when such vegetables have hardly begun to be planted in man Tris McCall. }J50
"In fact. it always has seemed Expert a hardy vigorous plant
for
the New England and Middle States and the price obtained them
strange to me that a city as largeas the day it is carefully lifted from the
affords an almost incredible profit. . These words were written in Orlando does not have a large nursery and reaching you-fresh and

.a book published in 1882 about Florida by George M. Harbour. Chicago commercial hatchery as someoneof J. ready to grace your garden. Desirable
the fertilizer and feed stores varieties that will and gratify!
I'
grow
.
Times reporter who toured the State with Gen. Ulysses S. Grant. ,
tell me they sell as many as a

thousand chicks an hour. he add- PLANNING SOIL CONSERVATION: WORK In Lake left to right, are SCS Work Unit Technician Walter
ER"WHEN AND' WH4T TO PLANT" the 19th century author ed. I,County at the request of landowners are Soil Conservation -
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f1 UND McCaH's poultry farm Is a one- Shaffer of Leesburg; Supervisors Charles Z. Os- I Dogwood Trees
Irish beets district supervisors and SCS officials.-
declared. "In January plant potatoes peas ,
man outfitr and he does all the I borne of Umatilla J. Carlisle Rogers of Leesburg
. hot-beds for the tender i I Top. right to left are U. s. District Soil Conservationist -
make to
turnips, cabbages. pushing more work himself. even "exercisingthe
and J. H. Kauffman of Grand Island, and Lake $2.00
R. E. Witherell of Orlando Assistant State
Red Bud, 4.5 feet
embryos" of the baby chicks $2.00
such melons tomatoes, okra, eggplants, etc. set out fruit
plants as ; I 1-6 Feet, Each .
In the incubators every four hours Conservationist H. B. Helms of Gainesville; seated. County Agricultural Agent R. E. Norm of Tavares. I
r and other trees. and shrubbery". . "February-Keep planting fora by changing the angle of the trays i '-"':_ .>..L.f K-a- Parkinsonia. 4-5 ft. $2.00

succession same as In January; in addition plant vines of all holding the eggs. 6-8 Feet Each n,_ $3.00 $3.50

kinds, shrubbery and fruit trees of all kinds, especially of the citrus "That's the chicks will come Soil Conservation Work Mimosa 4-6 feet
out the right shape and not be Dahoon
family' snap beans, corn; bed sweet potatoes for draws and slips." lopsided or misformed" he ex- 8-12 Feet, Each ... .$5.00 Holly 5-6 feet $5.00

8'' .*J. C. Townsend Jr.. U. S. Department of Agriculture statistician, plained. "But having to do it

asserted that in the main, the Chicagoan's recommendations were every four hours is like continu- Sycamore 5-6 feet $3.50
ally raising a baby-18,000 of Grows in Central Florida RoseBushes
c still good advice. them." '

L McCall is pcoud of the low 15C Shrubs

rnHE dlGIORGIO FRUIT CORP. Is purchasing the Indian River losses in raising his chicks from I More than 130.000 acres In three ;nician was assigned to this district 40.438 acres and Brevard Coun- !

_- .L Canners plant at Fort Pierce L. L. Lowry ol Winter Haven. hatching until the four-week Central Florida counties are and no farms are participating ty's 118 farm plans totaled 73- I Roses require ear. but aovkrrea Hedge Plants

r manager of the company's Florida division reported recently. The stage ready for shipping. In ing into combined practices enter-I yet. 421 acres. I the pUnl warld i* heredity B xw.ed 12" e., Me
diGiorcio firm own. more than 2,000 acres of citrus groves In St. one group of 552, he lost only' and water conservation "The Soil Conservation Serviceis In addition. the SCS has applications I more important Tkete tfcrifty Our, Laurel f __._ SZ M
five, and out of another group held grew. busSes will reward Ilex .. \.._ rStM
Lucia County and Is building a packing plant at Fort Pierce. . survived.In 'programs. Dir. R. E. glad to co-operate in any farm !I for 188 more Volusia farm I roar vigdaaee. Pink Radtascc. U(..trm It-IS lack. ea. _71.
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Construction of a $10.000 frozen food plant is planned at the East of 58%, 576 the U S. Soil Conservation Service conservation program requested by !plans for 220.163 acres. 157 Lake I Red Rad,..... Talisman. EditorMeFarlaad Naadlaa IIII tack .,. SI.UPutaiporam
Coast city to start in August, and has facilities for processing, the three years. McCall has I declared yesterday.The !the farmers and approved by the :: farm plans for 70.882 acres and bad red pink:; Eton de Hot- S tack pUaU.. lieFyracaatka
been operating his poultry farm. Brevard farm for 100.600 1* lack ptaata.ea
quick freezing and storing of meats vegetables fruits. I olusia Soil Conservation I Soil Conservation District Super- r 177 plans 11.1.
his production has increased Bundle of 10 58
District leads with 68104 acres visors." Witherell said. acres. I ..ldali. ArkorrMa
steadily from 23.000. chicks the : 3-4 feet. ea. _ (1.M
participating, with 47,283 acres lie noted that the SCS has These plans are prepared by -
THOUSAND BARRED ROCK pullet] chicks hatched In West first year, 40.000 last year and an Ppeearpw Ila...... Yew IJr
ONE in Brevard Connty and 14,252 drawn 15 farm plans for 104,295 the SCS after a thorough analysis ea SISlburaim *
Beach are being flown weekly to Venezuela as the first shipments expected 50,000 this year. acres in Lake County. I acres in olusia County at the I of the farms. Its compositionand Azaleas \.' I'" plaaU. ea. I1.M

for 40.000 chicks placed by the Department of Agriculture of Of 16 this weeks he to shipped Puerto 800 Rico weeklyfor and The Orange County program request of the farmers. Lake soil The plans then recommend : $ 1 50 Gardenia Akelia Z It.X ft.ea., ea |tl UM.U

1'1 the South American country. . Enlargement of the State farmers expects to have this Increased this started recently when a SCS tech- County had 118 farm plans for i the best uses to which the Hydrangea, ttroai plant*.
0 Market at Florida City is planned with construction to begin after orders at parts of the farm may be put, and eark I1.M
The Equadorian
year. ... __.
the market closes on :May 1. . The Florida Farm Bureau reported present are only on spot occasions I how its productive capacity and II you are In doubt shout the Graad each D. u ir loSe

.., that the foot-and-mouth disease is spreading among cattle In Mexico. for( 500 chicks. .utiliation nay be increased. With- proper care and plaatiag .. aia- Star 'u...... IS", ... II.M
I erell explained. lea, ak ... These line ptaata .... Crepe MrrU Ipiak. wkitc.
and the USDA has asked Congress for an appropriation of $100,000 "I buy most of my eggs from j Spring Plantings line Indira lavender 4 It. ea sue
for control of the disease. Massachusetts New Hampshireand I "This service Is given with- serve care. Albawkite Ni'I< H,
[ ]; Ceo Franc (tialmmi pink ,.. __
New York.and then Incubate out cost and Is in no way' com Z It. -fl-M
red tkraat Formosa lUvender
OF FEETgrains them here the poultryman .ex- pulsory." the SCS director add ;
and by-product feedsare expected to
PRICES Show GrowthSpring I
plained. Rapid ed. "Any farmer may obtain the '
generally higher through the Winter and Spring than "While most people who are.. I assistance of the Soil Conservation '
1
a year ago. . Corn prices are low relative to prices of other feeds. starting to raise chickens for the I i Service by application to Clip This Ad
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and because of large supplies will continue down through Spring first time buy chicks which area plantings are coming along rapidly in Central I his district supervisors."

although some seasonal rise Is likely. . Prices of many kinds of week old I have what is knownas Florida although some growers have been held up by lack
I In addition to the farm plans. i
r by-product December. feeds declined $10 to $%0 per ton during November and chicks a 'started are four chick'weeks business.old before My of moisture, the U. S. Crop Reporting Service office here the SCS also makes available certain MAIL NOW!

they are shipped." I reported. equipment at a nominal cost

McCall's chicks for his export Most of the :"trough": cucumber acreage in Lake and through the Soil Conservation I Clip this ad and check the Items and quantity you desire. Mall
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Lake Agent Distributes Dust Schedule prepared by the trade are flown by air in five oumier: uounues nas oeen piaoi.ec'' Districts when possible. your order with check or money order attached to: Lake Tresca
Florida Citrus Commission are hours but the bulk of his business I and is up tx a good stand. This Nationally the Son Conservation I Nurseries. RFD 1. Box 464-T. Jacksonville 7. Florida. Be sure and
Spray, Dust Schedule available from the County agent's is in mail orders from other j I Service expects to establish include your mailing address. Now is the proper planting Urn
i office here. Copies of a new bulletin parts of Florida and the U. S. acreage was planted a little earl- Bee Foulbrood I combined practices on more than I I and our stocks are complete. Should you wish to reserve now for
Special to,The Sunday Ser\tmeJ-Storl on the control of cockroaches, "Most of my chicks are raised ier than usual this year. Preparations I 30 million acres of farm land during later delIvery. send us your order with your check or money
TAVARES Copies of the 1947 bedbugs and plaster bagworms are for broiler," he said. I are being made for planting I the fiscal year 1947 In comparison I I order for one-half the cost and well select and tag your seleotlons -
Better Fruit Program Spray and also available. The poultryman added that '' in the other Spring producing with almost 16 million I and ship upon jour Instructions This assure better choice:
cnrcntly the broiler industry Is 'I' Curbs BackedTwo j'I acres during 1946.WithereU added. I and fresh delivery.
areas with some plantings already -
getting good prices after a brief I' "This means that by July 1947 I
made in the Southern dis
slump following the lifting of the total acres of farm an ranch ,
l MANNING MAXWELL & MOORE red meat controls. tricts. measures to curb spread of land in the U. S.covered by complete I
I Young plantings of eggplant for LAKE TRESCA
"This business is the fastest American Foulbrood" from Imports -; soil and water conservation I
in the American agricul- early Spring harvest are making
gambling
of infected Caribbean honey farming program will be near the
McCall asserted. "It takes good in the Fort Myers i iI
THERMOMETERSAND ture, progress are being supported by the Bee!1 US-million acre mark" he report-
seven weeks to produce a broiler and Manatee sections.
Committee of the Florida Farm
I ;I ed.A corresponding Increase is Nurseries
and the market change overnight -
off and back can on. Warm dry weather earlier Bureau. j expected in the preparation of conservation I
A former feed salesman who' caused considerable reduction In Efforts are being made through I plans which must precede Jacksonville Box plantings of escarole in the railroads and the U. S. Public I application of measures to the
GAUGESThe lived in Orlando 15 years ago and I I Ii
Central Florida areas for Spring Health Service to enforce use of land. i
then went to Greenville S. C.. Mc- : i
leak-proof metal containers for
I harvest. I
Call said that he was surprisedthat
the imported honey, Sec John
more chicken raisers did not I' Pepper seedbeds in the Plant -
Ford of the Florida Farm Bureau I
grow White Leghorn layers. City section have come along : reported yesterday. -
"Eighty per cent ol the chickens I .
I very fast with transplanting to
I
The FFBs bee committee Is -
f1orida-
New In
are Hampshires the field heavy. Indications are'!
headed by R. C. Allen of Auburn-
it is red be
anything as long as I II I
for sizeable acreages in the West ;

added.McCall parting advice to any- I I Coast and Webster-Center Hill I dale.Florida beekeepers are fearing
sections. that the foulbrood Infestation is
one buying chicks even for raising j
In small flocks, was to buy by I i Planting of Spring potatoes being spread by the use by importers -
should be the first of wooden containers,
breeds and quality to ensure the i, completed by
best value for the money. of February In the Hastings sec I which may become broken and
tions. Indications are for a light : permit leakage of the Infected
I acreage in the Everglades this. honey.
Farmers Report I Spring ; This Infected honey Is pickedup
by native bees and spread
Tomato acreage Is up and growing -
Turret Case Duragauge is the standard pressure Acreage IncreaseFor nicely in the Fort Pierce section through the hives.It .
for when I for Spring harvest. In theI I has developed that the
gauge industry durability and are
accuracy State Plant Board is without authority -
required. It is designed and constructed to outwear ordi- Blue Lupine I Manatee-Ruskin section. seedbeds to specify the type of containers -

nary gauges. [Specie! to The Sunday Sen:,' :.Starl are with generally some In transplanting good condition -i which must be used In InterState
I GAINESVILLE: an effort to hid international com
being done. Most of the) Wauchula
"
conserve and Improve their soils ; merce. Ford pointed out. "There-
American Industrial Thermometersare crop has been drilled in and.transplanting
and thus increase crop yields.i i fore we are seeking thecoopera-
made for indicating tempera- 1.058 Florida farmers in 33 : is underway In the tion of the carriers and the public -
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tures to 950 I Immokalee section. Some blight Is health service."
up deg. F. counties have planted 52.756 acres
'
i present on the young plants in' The FFB contends that railroads -
to blue lupine this Winter. i
an areas.. but growers are sprayIng may refuse to accept shipment -
County agents in these counties -
American Temperature Regulators save steam, insure have reported t. J. Lee the seed beds and fields. of leaky containers.The .
uniformity of production. Some fields of Spring watermelons interest of the U. 8. Public
Smith agronomist, with the
are up to a stand in the : Health Service is being sought on
State Agricultural Extension the grounds that container
LeesbuTit and South Florida sec any
Service that these farm* which allows honey to leak out
Distributed in Florida by tions. Planting Is underway in
planted 3,777,500 pounds of the Gainesville and Live Oak secUon. I! would permit water to leak In.

seed. with most of It to be done creating: an Insanitary condition
Agents from 22 counties: also he added. 7,..
HARRY P LEU report that daring the Spring d.. in February. Diversion of the bulk of Import

me.ftrviag 1945. farmers harvested BH05: .843 '; GOOD CANE YIELDS! I ed honey to Industrial uses curtailing - I
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pounds of seed from 8519 acres of its distribution through the I

; Florida with hdhldoal' Svppfi.s for Oirtr 40 Years blue lupine. Negro TALLAHASSEE farmers were-Leon well pleased County I This bottle would trade.reduce also Is the being possibility urged. I

with their cane yields this season of infectatlon of domestic bees
of
Capacity production most
100 W. Livingston Aye. Tel. 9891 commodities: win be needed' from i! according: to English M. .: without denying the Imported, THE AIrport "Uclint

Florida farms again in 1947. I Greene. Negro farm agent honey a market. Ford sasested.misnewtyd.v.lop.d ...11......

I j jI I GOES UP FASTER-1S MORE DURABLE CltHMf Hot' Plant

i 5. C.U.9 Dormitory

Thi durable arch-rib buildinf i i. 2V wide and available la pj St.,.

New any fcnith required-24', 34% 4& ctc:. Erection i. fast and ',.....,eocI Led.,

economical with exterior steel 1 sheathing and collateral Hatchery

material mmilrJ Jtrettlj to the Stran-Steel patented oaflinlfranc ) Hog ForrwwMtg Me***

FertilizerDistributor in framini member Tb *Ouon el 2tT toel up Hwnti", LHto

lest and maintains it* good appearance itfa a minimum of MJk; tiI vM

f t a ii upkeep: cotMtructio* U sturdy, fire-reitant, permanent. Pewtrry! Home

No other buHdint offer .o many mooc-y.*.'inC ad nn tc.. Ra4*. SiolMAleaf
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soil funuyaal; provides Mosoa-ioog No other buiMio ha been adapted to *o many i..e.. f<***.> Office

control of rviftovs pfj-with one application Take advantage of the war-proved all. feel' "Ouonael 20." CetravrenfSche

improves and reined -0-----.... fFormKevt
N;- ,.. nl ,.ar arJa ... doe ar4n .
All steel construction take off drive nacni/i R for peacetime u'e Call sG.slLsoOdDw: ; S..,. PeWae.
power from soil .. o4ftCNTiaa peess ..It-ve,...." and In : ; : : ,

tractor 2500 Ibs. capacity 25' to 30' $400 (kat rat dew,..4aat. T... tr."tb ill __ ....... or write UI today for _a"JII-'" TeMIIt *
spread.
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without tires. soil ......- .......... 'Y ppiy A k.B I......-*.!ISktU ...-. IiwueeJ* Ti Worohoos.Wslds.1. .

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Picking t>Contest JACK GURNETT .I Hamlin/ Orange Survey Planned. by USDA


Our: Own Stoff Correspondent] 1

HAVEN-There's lot of discussion 1 _
1 1 INTER a right now

e as to the proper way to pick oranges. Clipping versus Orlando Florida January 26 1947 .
Variety Check puling has been a controversy for many years. In Texas ,,! i Water
ParleySet
I some citrus men say that pulling oranges destroys a stem-

I end rot virus inherent in the fruit. In Florida it is contend

that pulling opens up the. I Joined by GAC Taste Testers
led to infection. But the 1947 Judge Quality Jan. 30

Florda: Citrus Exposition is goIng -[] Slight Price ,

So resolve th" a *- far Plantings of Hamlin oranges are
I Test by taste a standard of 3 e C *
as it >is concerned. It will state being surveyed for the first time .Proposed legislation for a
an range. pu.*u. "MM..... ... Gain Shown by the VS.; Bureau of Agricultural 'Judging fruit quality which Is attracting
Florida water conservation
the picking will be by "clipping." Economics and results are expected wide interest among Florida program

Tfaa, is if enough clippers can be to be released in three months citrus growers and shippers Is scheduled to be drafted at

foucd. Prizes have been posted By TangerinesSpecial J. C. ,Townsend Jr. statisticianwith primarily is based t a meeting In Lakeland on Jan. 30
a simple
for the best pickers and "shiners"aid the Orlando office reported upon
of the State-wide committee authorized
( to The Sunday Sentinel-Star!
is oranges left hanging on yesterday process at the U.S. Bureau oi ,
NEW YORK Citrus supplies Plant 'ri at a recent meeting of
Industry at
the tree will be counted as penal- ( laboratory Or-
I'I The survey Is being made with
week the Florida Water Conference.The .
ties. continued heavy this past lando
the co-operation of the Growers when approximately 40 tes- _
* and no Improvement was noted Administrative Committee and ters do Just that-test by taste. meeting Is being calledby

rpHIS busy COMING one,WEEK for newsmen Is to be in oranges and grapefruit although 1 I its secretary, Frank Seymour: of Fruit from more than 40 Lacy Thomas of Grovtland.

the best tangerines sold Lakeland. chairman of the water conservation
scattered Florida
groves over
covering important citrus doIng are
I I. First Tuesday will see two slightly higher. Townsend declared the survey Involved In the taste tests, which division of the Florida
California Navel supplies were I I would determine the total acreageof are conduced monthly during
: me dings. In the morning Grower Farm Bureau, which was requested -
moderate during the past week Hamllns, the distribution of the season by Dr. Paul L. Hard-
I Administrative and ShippersAdvisory and prices improved at the start ,! acreage by root stock and age and Ing, horticulturist with the tuIIluIZj by the State conference:

I Committees will meet. of the week and held throughout. I total production. Fruit Handling Transportation to direct the activation of the
In the afternoon Nielsen
food the Reports of cold weather in California !I I I Under Paul Shuler of Orlando f rand Storage InYest atlon.. committee.
Index report will be given
formerly wage stabliziatlon office
which necessitated heating
to canners and others Interest i with the Florida Wage Board I I{I Results or these taste tests Member of the state-wide committee

ed. The next day comes the Important on an extensive scale apparently headed by L. H. Kramer of Lake which determine the acceptability a representing 10 Florida
J marketas
had some influence on the :
Joint session of the California shipments are usually I I Wales. the survey has been started 1,j'1 of fruit to the consumer are employed agricultural industrial and conservation
Florida Citrus Commission.GACSAC among growers and shippers. :. by Dr. Harding in the preparation associations: will organize
and trade groups on. lighter after cold weather.No It will be supervised by Townsend. I of his nomographs showing itself and elect officials Jan.30.
Texas fruit was received here the relations of solids and
I Seven
, volume prorate. 1 "After the information on the organizations already
* during the week Just closed. While \ a I acids in citrus. have named representative the
Hamlms is compiled, it will be released -
I Texas shipments have continued The question of tasting to testIs
OF'THE week for the to industry as a whole for I State-wide committee including
of fruit
NOMINEE heavy practically all the nothing new" Dr. Harding
whatever use may be thought ad-I' Sen. Ernest Graham of Klaleah.
club is Bill Ward,
is going elsewhere. pointed out. "We all know of the
I Florida
Townsend added. Dairy Industry Assn. RY
visable. j ;
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citrus buyer for Atlantic Commission
|expert tasters used to test coffee

Tangerine offerings were cut However. he declared that all Creech of Belle Glade. Florida
Co. And If there Is wine and
ever aloud down and they fared better. information as to individual grow eggs. Vegetable committee ; J E.

sports coat" nominee, the Best fruit Improved In price andon ers and shippers would be kept I "In fact It Is not anythingnew Beardsley of Clewiston. drainage
nod ROCS to H. B. "Jay" Davis of
the whole prices were better strictly confidential. The information I with us. for we have done districts: W F. Jacobs of Talla
the B. C. Skinner Interests
Looks than the previous week. Sales is being taken without regard [ testing by tasting here for 11 hassee. Florida Forest and Park
like be
has a different one on through Thursday were 82 cars to growers' names. Townsend years, and already have published Assn.; J. Mark Wucox of Miami
every week some say It has against 102 the week before said. the results of our work on Everglades National Park Assn.;

changeable colors. and closing prices mostly 85 There are no variety listings .1 early and mldscason orange y Wayne Thomas of Plant City

cents to $3.15 against 50 cents at present and this will be the I and grapefruit"The phosphate mining Industry; and

JUST RECEIVED to $%60 the week before. first survey of Its type the sta- 1 work now being done at the Thomas. Florida Farm Bureau.

Sales of Florida oranges through I tistician said. laboratory is on tangerines and __ ___ _.___ ___ _., _____ Three other organizations have
SHIPMENT OF Thursday totaled 215 against the of the .Temple oranges which is now in STARTING LV TO TEST been invited by the Florida Water
cars "During early part by tasting several score I Handling Transportation and Storage Investiga
of Conference the FFB
Its last through to
year a four-year research -
Kitchen Cabinets 193 cars for the comparable per- season we had many requests for period. samples of Temple oranges as part of the researchon tions., She is one of approximately 40 tasters who name representatives including
iod of the previous week. Closing this type of Information from I
prices were mostly 1653.25 those in the Industry who were' One thing which Dr. Harding' < acceptable quality of citrus at the U. S. Bureauof select the fruit to be analyzed as to relation of the Florida Cattlemen"' Asia the
does find interesting is the gen- solids and acids in determining a practical stand League of Municipalities and the
and against 1653.35 the week previ studying the problem of early Plant Industry here is Mrs. Ca 'ood Whitley
Sinks anges" Townsend pointed out.He or-j eral uniformity and collective reliability ard for internal quality developed by Dr. Paul L.I citrus industry.

I ous.California Navel offerings were said the survey hoped to data of the to tastetestes."Any be reliable. member of the staff of the Fruit and Vegetable i ii Harding, horticulturist I

With single and double held to a moderate amount and able to break the acreage figures I'be based on a good must 1 I Start Tear Own

I bowls in Porcelalne and totaled 63 cars through Thursday down to the county leveL of the consuming public, and we Rabbit ary, grower believe. I HYDROPONICGARDENfr
At the time, the
present surveyis Plans
against 68 cars for the same periodof believe have it in Co-op An I.twaatletl
Stainless steel . single expected to be confined to we our tasters Most grower have planted, or
i the week before. Average price the scientist asserted. Mw t* b tt. what MirtU U use.
i and double drain . 55. tor the week through Thursday Hamlin oranges.In plan to plant two or three times \ .rkr I* get them-write t*

j!, 60 to 88 Inches..: was $4.08 against $3 JO the week addition to the Hamlin survey He pointed out that'thourh to Insure a crop in the event of a SOILLESS GROWING
however the USDA is plan- the tasters are selected usually Plant freeze. First plantings are up Inmost
previous. California Navels how- GroundBreakingGroundbreaking I BO MIT MIAMI. FUL
: ning to gather information on from USDA employes: for convenience fields.
NOW ON DISPLAY ever, had dropped below Florida
,
additional citrus problems. Including they represent age
oranges early in January and "economic abandonment"of from 19 to 70.
At Our Showroom hence ceremonies will be held the Florida
in
were a position to work by
during the current
I fruit
season -
back a little. and the devising; of methodsfor They were born in 28 different Rabbit Producers Co-operative today at 9:30 a.m. at ELECTRIC MOT OR REPAIR CO.
States and Canada and Nova
Florida grapefruit sales were making county estimates of Scotia. More the site of their pew building on the Florida Livestock Exposition -
than one were born
heavy during the past week and
I through Thursday a total of 146 I citrus production.: in Georgia. Maryland. Illinois grounds.V. 21 S. Porromore St. P--. .tSMSMfM ..... SIM

cars were sold at auction against Massachusetts Pen n I y 1 vania Gardner, co-operative manager,- reported- -yesterdaythat .
I I II 137 cars the week before. Pinks Florida Labor South Carolina.Texas and Florida. the organization had signed<
I, I -In most cases the testers indicated a lease for the property with officials Rewinding-Rep lair and Service
relatively
are scarce on account of
residence elsewhere longer Melon Plantings PushedBy
of the Livestock Exposition."We .
I no Texas fruit coming here and than in the States in which
hence they have sold better than I Paid HighestIn were born" he added.- they wish to express our ap- Lake Growers
i County
Marsh and Duncan. At the close By using a simple standard on preciation to U B. McLeod. exposition I Phase and 3 I Phase MollfSGuaranleed
president and to other officials tSpectal to the Sunday tnt'-Storl'
moat sales were within a range of I SoutheastFlorida which testers may record their
1149 IT. Orangey \ ,.rea..4(71 $160-285 against $1.59-2.80 the taste preferences, which are basedon for their co-operation" In LEESBURG Watermelon
I j' our securing this site, Gardner planting is in fun-swing In Lake Skilled Work
'week before. farm labor is the highest whether or not they would pay said. Employees,
County now. All fields will have
-- paid in nine Southeastern ;money for the fruit in questionand
States with the ave&ie worker ranging in either direction on Only organization of Its type been planted by the first of FebrU-
A I acceptability the data compiled In Florida, the newly' formed cooperative -
Complete Line) Of : . receiving 10 per cent more than a I .
|has been consistent and
reliable
expects to start
l year ago. the U. S. Bureau of I construction -
Agricultural Economics V i he explained. of a building Immedl-
reported .
.
"We know our taste test resultsare atel,.
GROVE ,AND FARM yesterday.The II I' the same from one group as

composite wage rate per from any comparable group" Dr. Planned initially as a frame .
month paid to Florida farm 1 Harding said. building 16 by 48 feet. the structure ,

labor during January Is $79.70, I As a check against the regular will Include the cooperative'soffice

IRRIGATIONEQUIPMENT as compared with $72.10 a year I testers the horticulturist has test abbatoir and drying room. utM
ago. ed groups of students from Rol "We hope to hate the plant In lI
'fins College and Orlando High operation within a month." Gard- YOUR
The next highest paid laborer Is School and found them remark- ner added. 10 \
in Vu-gtnfa.1I"1t.h $7710 per month j ably similar \ \ \
as a composite: rate,and the lowest I I Declaring that the co-opera Vt\\\\\e\\\\\
: is in South Carolina with $47.40.*. After determining whether or tive's membership Is open to
January's figure represented an i not tbe tasters rate the fruitas any Florida rabbit breeder. \\\\\\s\\\t\

Increaseof $5.70 per month over j acceptable or otherwise Dr. Gardner said the new organization \\\\
October. in Florida. II| Harding Is,able to analyse the was drawing Interest of
samples as to relative
contentsof
DISTRIBUTORS OF The per month with board wage solids and acids. producers In Tampa. TitusvUle e t e
rate averaged $62. an, increase of and Leesburg.
$4 over the previous year. Per I This information is applied to
OasoUne Engines Florida Agricultural Sprinklers. month without board. laborers the nomograph, and from U can !* The new plant win furnish facilities
Pumping Unitv Madewell Oardner-Denver Centrifugal I be determined a practical technique to producers for prepara-
were paid $gO. an increase of $10.
Portable Pipe. Domestic Water . Pumps. Continental Gaso- The giving the minimum solids I tion of meat for market and
daily with board
wage was
Systems. Florida IrrIPl1ne Power Units. Diesel and acids which must be taken >dressing of pelts for sale to furriers -
'
$330. and without board is 440.
Lion systems JohnaManEngines..Light Plants,Accessories. : into consideration in the preparation and hatters.
for Increases of 40 and 30 cents '
YUle Transite Pipe. Buckner .
respectively of internal quality standards Funds for the new building are

PIPEVALVESPITnNOSComplete he explained. being raised by sale of stock in the ;
"When this Information Is secured new co-operative which recently
Postal Colony Plans it to not necessary to have received its State charter. i
Irrigation Systems an actual taste tester in every Gardner added< I
Annual Picnic Feb. 19 that two Orange I
packing house. but
merely to determine
Scc-JJ[ to The Sinfcy: Sentmel/-Sterl the solids and acids of Baetzman County 4-H Club youths. Fred 4 law M coaf
Jr, of Orlando and
ENGINEERING SERVICE-ESTIMATES GIVEN CLERMONT Annual picnic : the fruit and apply It to thestandards I
and outing of the Postal Colony I' shown on the nomo Donald Clark of Lockhart have . 4 fully.gsIn& rscttdG
graph." the horticulturist de- t Joined the cooperative.fore .
Co. the organization whose
i- ASS aTsflaetHo .In ..
ben own 2000 acres of m-I jclared. s" if *M

R1N OFW groves in this section win be Fruit tested comes from Central those results are released. r, : 4 >Be .rtai1ouOt J -hm i (jfUfcilTas
"We don't
at KIrkland Lake Park Feb. II, Florida, the Indian River contend that our
Sec. David A. Denslow announcedthis .section the Ridge and the west work is. the final word on Internal tteXrt
*
.t wtac. aftMtet,
quality, but do believe
we that it
week. coast. It Is taken from different l
i
t' { furnishes valuable rasIDrahaaaug
Each family wall bring a basket root stocks, primarily rough i data scientifically 11, ( ,
lunch. and provision will be made lemon and sour proved which may be correlated -
I range. j with an other available information lacy......
for guests. After the noon lunch At each test there are 12 lots. I from State and Federal
eon a brief speaking program will with 400 pieces In each lot. cut sources for a better standard" he

be heard. from 75 to 100 fruit. As an exam- concluded. .
ple of the thoroughness of the 1] I Here's good newt for these who have bone, consisting ef alamisam frame

1946.1.011 From October.cubit 194S.of Florida until Ju.t testing. Dr Harding cited the use New York City and Boston jet I I a housing problem The EVUWCASAUAlvmuua ucpktew h interior parbtwas,re.f

RQ.BOX 3743-PHONE6llB B3aVY.CHURCH ST. of more than 13.000 fruit in the the pace for grapefruit auctions I Prefabricated H.. and .
gerines were unloaded in New *orange testing and 16000 grapefruit during the 1I U-48 season where e atdcvaQ cover abeeta. cad n]*
York City 383 hi Philadelphia 249 i Similar amounts of ooe- riot fttsldag and tuna cU
Templesand a $3'" average was paid for 3.293 .- .tor only

------- -- - - ---- - -- ----------in Chicago and 235 in Boston.-- tangerines will be tested be- and 213 can respectively. I Lfe- 1899.75. F.O.B. KnracjLaa. Ala.

t\I time, aB-ahnciasaa construction, and Standard Laden.finite sad fumes

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.. Page 30 il1t uuDa!g firntinrl-S-tar Orlando, Florida, January 26, 1947'l 'Secret Scheme To 'Quarantine'Russia Nov. 8. 1919, Into the ronmnc
January were contained In the lat-
.. ,
.t 1r" rr t est of a series of Ions-secret peace

in 1919 Comes to Light conference records to be released
Ruth Wamck Bobby Driscoil!
by the State De'partment.
I "SONG OF THE SOUTH"Starts WASHINGTON [AP] A decision of the World War I :

Wednesday Allies to try to erect a "barbed wire fence" around Russian -
Playing One Full WeekCaacham
and Roxy Theatres I : Bolshevism was detailed last night in a new volume ,
u of official minutes of the 1919 Paris Peace Conference -

h ,y ., which the State Department published.The i
records show that at a session -'II>

of the International Councilof aside from preventing Russia from '
j4 j- Premiers at London Premier "creating trouble" outside the ring, Now
or "cordon sanitaire." was to "stop Showing
Georges Clemenceau of France
Germany from entering into rela-
acknowledged that direct Intervention tions with Russia whether of a
Gary Cooper-Prettaa Foster ]
; had proved a. costly failure political or military character."

and proposed the shift of policy. I I I Lloyd George U expressing full "NORTHWEST
'.
It was approved by Prime Mm. agreement said Britain already
MOUNTED POLICE"Palette
David Lloyd George of Britain, had spent about $500 million in
Foreign Minister Scialoja for Italy Russia mainly in support of the Geddar
and Informally by American Am- anti-Soviet forces! Gen. Deni-
gj ';) bassador John W. Davis. Davis, kln.The
4 however, was only an observer. I minutes of meetings from
As summed up by Lord Curzon.

Na ir.cy Coleman Margaret LindsavHER y!',"-'. ,4, the Clemenceau's British proposal Foreign was Secretary: DANCING TONIGHT
< !iE'
SISTER'S SECRET"
"1. A barbed wire fence, as it AT
l :Now Showing _.t.
Beacharr. and Hoxy Theatres ".! were which the around Allies Russia should not within In. LAKESIDE PARK
v "i.. : f:,. P. M .. U P. M.
,,' 'N -. _......, terfne.
_. n __ =-__ . . Enwt:Ta: l'c LAKESIDE ORCHESTRA.SH .
"2. To put an end to contribu-j Mile Sevtk ot Orla.d. Old Din Blckway
tions of supplies and money for
the purpose of upholding or reestablishing -
I order in Russia. I
I "3. To build up Poland as a
barrier against Russia and a checkon

Clemenceau Germany" said the purpose I

:tONIGHT '

SKATING TODAYMatinee

2 30 Till 5:00 "SPIRAL STAIRCASE"
Evening 8:00 Till 11:00
Doretfcy McGuue Geerie Bret
Hamond Organ Music CARTOON "LATEST WORLD NEWS"

Private Parties for First Sew C:,. P. M. C.mpItU Sew ITem II.

rro'U Schools, Churches
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; YKyChinese : I
SOON I The Joyous Comedy

: "ART AND MRS. BOTTLE"
War Rathbone Blames ColumnistsFor
RHONDA r THE SISTERS COFFEE SHOP rrtiMbl.o"sraG I FRI. JAN. 3lit

:IS W. CONCORD AVE.I' ONE PERFORMANCE ONLY
Gains ClaimedBy Behavior of
r Psychic/ and Clairvoyant I' EpecUliiiBf Sad a Variety.. Rome of Food Made Pitt TeenAgersNEW II The Popular Mystery Thriller

!! Week-daye 8 A. M. tin S P. M. YORK'UP] Movie magazines and columnistswho --p HfOSUK"Th. "JEALOUSLY"RESERVATIONS
ADVICE AND HELPU Sundays 11 A. M. till I P. M. Government
I I tell all about the private lives of screen stars are to Man

trrablcd.!.. eoualt this ra w.dpsych I PHONE JMJHarrison's i NANKING LAP Chinese Gov- j, blame for the disgraceful way teen-agers mob their idols, with the WINTER PARK 827-J

I ernment forces claimed victory' Basil Rathbore said yesterday. BIG FATWIFE"
.
I If la used of advte or '.11' Tide I
this (1114 worn**. She tooebe e* over the Communists along the "I tell you it's frightening," added Rathbone. "These
., I'
.very.die fat Meet m* ew. hem hunu*. Readings laurett.t Grocery ice-clad Sungari river of Central [ -I: children read_so much about our BEACHAM '
ally a A. M <. 1* F. M. MS Or.uad. -- oat
Intimate lives they feel we're their o
I AY'_. wiser Park. eo. KotIT oppoiile Fir...... c_.... Whea THERE MUST BE A REASON. serious new Commun- personal property-puppets, to use
_. .
aa exfccre fell eee aU fecaaurtateed. V
rhone 8611 and abuse '
as they please. :
IDOORS OPEN 12:15
( Everybody welcome Let outbreaks in China proper' 7-
t %% ater Dr.
He argued that Hollywood writ- Oil
like Park take 1aMdrul Bu COLLEGE some 100 miles southwest of Peip- DUKEPADTICAH
PARK
It atop* at Oar Door ers should dwell more on an actor ( .::..,...., ::::
Ing. : ; 30% of
r I I| work than on what he eats %' 1P4D tMt4ULL -'
Pro- Government dispatches I = this
for mono
I breakfast or whether he sleepsin

II IIm aid which six drove Communist close to Changchun divisions pajamas. b
I
MAIAM NORTH LICENSED READER "Now don't misunderstandme.
a fortnight ago in a large-scale )> Wa1tVisiiey
I said Rathbone. 's" cartoon!
"I don'twant
raid had now been driven back: Star
to the Snngarl. 60 t. 79 miles anyone licking my boots. "Comedy
But I do feel Im entitled to betreat.ed of the
r iiRST
north and northeast of the LNEACTioN MUSICAL. DRAMA!
-T GIFTED PALMISTPSYCHICBtREADER 'I like a human being."
'1'0 If 08 Menchnrian capital. J( PRINCE ALBEIT SHOWN
Rathbone explained he had a
I I The Sungari has been a sort ot
for
good
.reason giving serious C Cemt to Ceott
1TB DU'GRTER or 'lTK GENERATION Impromptu boundary between thought to todays teen-agers:
BORN WITH DOCBLE VEIL Communist and Government hold- You see. I have a daughter ii4
Cynthia.-shes seven and one- -.-. ;
half I believe in discipline. ,
Consult this Psychic Reader at once. Special readings $100 I CAMELLIASPlant "Yet I know if I sent her to a
It you are worried tick or In trouble from any reason consult i 44 public school sis months she'd Fowler
Madam North. located In Pullman House trailer at Bob's I Now 9A be as unruly as those hoodlums Wally
Amoco Gas Station just outside of Orlando city limits, across who torment me every timeI and his
from Orlando Air Base, on Cheney Straight out E. 1 and their take a walk. I Oak Ridq Quartet
Colonial Dr. Look for the hand den. enjoy
bloom this Season. He told of attending a. recent Ann* Lou fc 3
TAKE \MAJO BUS movie '
premiete on Broadway with '
t Danny I
-- ---- --- his wife and the Charles
Over 100 Varietiesto Boyers. ,
-,;:,, -' --;.. B\SIL RATIIBONCr. "Only a rope separated us from f ,2.fl _
select from . .. small fry worry him. that vicious crowd of. young females Mustard A Gravy
.
ANNOUNCINGthe all colors beautiful -- . .
Norman
"Suddenly a girl leaned over Bea&ley
..,
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.n w.
a : i is .1.d
opening of and rare ings in Manchuria.In the rope and asked Charles 'Can And III. v .l rs..t .Ima waq
types.N. China the Peiping- I have that flower you're wearing Rainbow Rider !' tswrmt 'nsw..at
The ESQUIRE DINING I ROOM proper I -'I'm sorry,' said Borer 'but

L Hasty Jr. Hankow railway main North- my wife cave It t* me." I ._..,... ,. ,
SIS 8. Orange Blossom Trail Beside Drive-In Theatre South artery that has been fought "To ---- with your wife: mut- Mon, Feb. 3rd. S:IS p.M. f "; "".W'-"; ; "':.
sue sooty SOMGSIHo D*Y..Dt-."r. ., Got ncCe
r'
44- L Colonial Dr. Tel 2.2162 over almost since the moment of I tered the girl as she leaned over .". tfyft t tenMbl.g ..
American s.oOf La. .
Serving Quality Food Tickets Nw at WatPftn .> "l.A On OM Dais""O.cl.Oims.s..c- "3e s..
Table Dllote Dinners I .Japanese surrender, again was I the rope and ripped off his lapel! .,......-: .."" ...- ....: .. : h. '. :,,"'.: >: .:-.x.-" '>:..mt!'
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Florida. Fair 1 a aI'''Negroes Admit Wanted Pair I Orlando, Florida, January 26, 1947 ItJt'! Eunbag' rnttntl-e tar Page 31



'I Minister Who Gives One-Tenth I I Postal Plan

Plans Are Ambitious Theft SeriesNine BackDeputy

Brought .. .
II To Church Pays City a VisitWhen j ,

The Central Florida Exposition which here Feb. tic
opens break-ins and four attempted Now National
Sheriff Roy Tanner and
I William Potter started with 13 cents cash in 1939to
?4, will be the largest, most spectacular exposition ever to break-ins dating back to 'j Det. Jack 'Stacey of the Orlando
be presented in Orlando, Crawford Bickford general man-j Nov. 22. have been cleared by the j j give a 10th of his material possessions to the Lord he I
arrest of four Orlando Negroes' Police Dept., returned yesterday little that
eger reported yesterday. | suspected eight years later would find him The Postal Education plan devised -
More than $100,000 will have been expended before:Chief of Detectives L. S. Rose reported i i from Columbus. Tex, with two I establishing a foundation to take care of retired mission- by Postmaster J. D. Befgs*
.
yesterday. men wanted for the theft of an
aries. and inaugurated In Orange County
the gates open to insure a spsc-, I Arrested were Jacob Vereen. 21; automobile at the Starling Used t schools, probably will be officially
II Until July of last Dr. Pot-
tacular attraction. Bickford as-r r hibits will be larger and better L. B. Baker. 23; Linus Harrison, and In 21, and Ernest 23 cember.
serted. the best educationaland Harris i
than In pervious year., with j, OrTffle Chatt ta Tabernacle Chris University in Washington D. C Dept and set up on a nation-
entertainment features are to Rose said statements had been The men are Thomas 'tian Church .
Snyder. ami
county exhibits already Today he is pastor of First wide basis soon. Beggs was notified
plannedby Baptist
,be provided. It will be the 25th I obtained from all except Harris in :20. of Rt. 3, and George W. Ross ,i I City of W Garden to A O Tarbuttoa et
Brevard Lake Seminole al spl wd (1C (4 O Church in Carthage. Miss. He Is \ yesterday by Phillip Gallagher -
,annual exposition. which Vereea tulmitted participating :22, of 2123. S. Brown St. Both Marion M Mete et u ta Salmer Hum- in Orlando for several days en- editor of the
Postmasters'Gazette.
I the 11 breaks and three attempts ,I mel et ux wd 110. .
Pasco and St. Johns counties. in -
Royal American Shows will be waived extradition. ti.5..t
i I I t Fir Fed SaY and Loan Ann to Frank route to Mississippi from St. 4 official Post Office pub-
the Midway attraction and the Scheduled community exhibits ; Baker four break-ins and They :were arrested in Weimar, V Abranuon et ux ..... Petersburg, where he was namedto ->o lication.
full carnival attraction will be one attempt: and Harrison three. Tex when Frank V Abramsoa et ux to Fir Fed : "
include Apopka. Christmas. Con- ,break-ins. : they made the mistakeof Sac and Loan Aim sntc S3OOO the board of directors of Beth : : I The letter reported that after
brought here.County stealing a Chevrolet tire and I A J Duke et ux ta J I. Clementa et any College and Divinity School."I .
and community ex* way, Lockhart Ocoee, Pine Castle I Although no statement was I wheel and selling it to a deputy I ..Eldon mtc (4000 CoLlnf Goldman* et ux to Fir began with that title," Dr. C < ,# : intensive study of the system the
Union Park. Winter Garden. Win- obtained from Harris, Rose said I :sheriff representing it as having !Fed Sa" and Loan Aaa nuts (1200 Potter said, "and now Sirs. Potter f' : 1t: chief inspector has recognized the

ter Park, Zellwood and New Smyrna he was implicated by statements : ]been the spare tire from the Ford Alfred Loss Let 1.5&11 Glow all et$4000.nx ta Fir- Fed Sacand and I are giving all we have III value of the system to the general

CLOVER GRILL Beach. Others are expected. from the other three. I car they were driving. I Arthur 01 Lon. W Rupert C Hudson et above actual expenses toward 1---, .- -. public and children.
as nu 2OO3
f 8. COURT ST Among the feature attractions Statements were obtained after .They will receive a preliminary I Rupert C Hudson et u to Arthur J Pilgrim Foundation which shall 1I I REP. HELEN DOl'GLSI Under t>ggs' plan. Social
Just >4 Block From Orange Ave two full days of questioning, Rose hearing Monday. LolL wd $10O build a Haven of Rest for aged I . on Lyceum program Science teachers in tbe school
Good Food . Reasonable Prices will be the 4-H club poultry: Round P *Bvope d $10.et U to )Ira. Thornton X missionaries at no expense to I require children to study the

CLUB BREAKFASTS show, a rabbit show flower said.Vereen was arrested by Officer MARRIAGE APPLICATIONS ari.1r Hat Sank to D Roaa Wynn et u f i them. preparation and addressing of
show and a wide variety of Ham Bucket Bra Jr.. 29 gamer, Beginning with the 13 cents in
Me and pAn August Chest"Ilg last Tuesday forinvestigation Parma Idaho and Betty; Yvonne Ruble : WSlla51 Cleaver Barr et as to Elmer I Rep. DouglasTo mail matter, then visit the post
Fruit niece, M school. exhibits.A on suspicion i of entering I 23 415 Shady Lane Ate L Hamptm Pt US dl 1939 Dr. Potter credits the Lord){'I office to study postal operations.
Ralph Edward Brawn 23. W.rnn&barw,1! Lawrence A Smith el al to Archie Outlaw with remaining true to His prom
new feature will be a free Arline's Grocery. 542 W. N Y- and Jessie L. Fasaett, 49. housewife mtc (4500. I IMartha
ise bless those who Last
stage ,show presented twice dailyin Washington St.. where 25 cartons I Warrensbura I Hastier to Roy Owens wd (10I to tithe. Arrive Following these studies children
the Municipal Auditorium of cigarets and $8 were reported: Kenneth Oars McGuire Jr. :30 Arms. f Woodrow Abraham Maces ta et ux to I I year, he pointed out. his yearly write their examination papers on
on CUltODFone.. V and Florence- Rae'M1lIa 'Fir Nat; Bank mints $5300.
'tO ;]IO the exposition grounds. A New missing Tuesday. Vereen had 12 I 22. secretary 2S26 N Harrison.Ranc Thomas Standrtne Preston ct us ta j j I earning from pastorate book the subject. and mail them to the
York theatrical group will presentthe cartons of cigarets in his possession W SUITS Jensen IN In CHANCERY !she; vtreney ct ux arts (90OO i iKile 1'1 royalties and evangelistic meetings Here. Feb. 8 teacher. Glades are based on the
re non-ace. Viveney ct ax ta s R. Kiehl et ux amounted to 11000. He now hasa ,
"Winter Garden Girls with at the time of arrest. I Bertha B Luke I: n John Tyler Jr ct aluulet assitn m* (10. paper, and the manner in which
BESSER'SMeat singing musical and comedy acts. Information obtained from title INSTRUMENTS FILED !: Helen Batas:: ta Silteater WeI&oenburi i theological library of 2,000 vol Helen Gahagan Douglas. Democratic the mailing is handled.
I ,gar wd (10 umes.
Admission win be 30 cents for Vereen led to the arrest of Harrison ..mT.h Victor Teeple et us ta Dale J Gold Arlon 0 Vlehman et u ta Albert Warner I. "It's time that the forces of Congresswoman from Cali- Beggs: explained that two clerks
and Poultry aw Tb.rsdayiDEUCATRSSENRESTACaNT adults 10 cents for children. and Harris. Baker was serv- wd $10 I et ux wd (10 paid more than $4.000
Charted a Ixnrcfl to evangelical Christianity marshal fornia and thenatlon's most active a year are
sentence of Municipal Court Fred C lAnD Albert V Warner et ux to Arlon
11' W. Caere St. Wining day will be children's ing ,power of attorney I Viehman et nx mtc (4 :5O. 01 their might and return. to the required now to handle more than
at the city stockade. Dale J Goldsmith to Joe C Goldsmithet Gertrude A Gould to T P Elrod wd (IG woman-in-poUtics, will arrive 1200 wrongly addressed
Harrison was arrested by Det. ux A oeidel et ux ta State of Fla tlCd (1 basic teachings of Jesus Christ here Saturday, Feb. 8, to appearat mailed
Dale J Goldsmith et ux Sits 10000. Clifford P Sbumway et ux ta State of Dr. Potter asserted. pieces here each week and this
__ Ware Discrfaiaalinj; ; ; ; P last Tuesday. Det. Sgts. Joe Lee ct ux to Uelltta P Irla Saunas ct .ux ta Eluaaeth Freeman
I Conklta, wd 110. wd (10 continued "i, that we have so In. the Orlando Lyceum: all persons were trained to properly .
I Trulock arrested Harrison
and C. R.
; !> Thursday. {{Apopka C P Bateman aries OIl et, (10I al .to State Bank of Chester mtc A Robinson(290O et ux to Barry XBoucbton few preachers "ho are willing to series presented by Canfield Cook I !prepare their mall for handling .

CLI. Attempted break-ins admitted!I'.Canchey W i Cal amWilliam.,ebart. et al ta Mar caret A Me- I et Rosalie ux mtc Elizabeth(2oOO White ta 1C C Janes who preach preach the troth only and to a too favored many and sponsored by Sorosis and the' .

In statements were at Herman'sPackage I Marvin Odom et u to J C Harry E Bouchtoa to Cheater' A Robinson Pilot Clubs.A .
Slaughter' et ux wd 10. few In the congregation. Gos-
Store. 545 W. Central et ux wd (1OWaUaee 1 turned
COCKTAIL LOUNGEold I Noah Walla et ux ta L M Reott mil A McCall et al to Lawrence pel preaching and Gospel member of the House Foreign : to this country from the
Ave. Nov. 26; the B and W. Liquor i 11800. South et executor deed (la*641. | Orient and Europe
Orland.Saoferd Hfcray tutus,. Sjartland .*d Arumonte--Tea W. P. MTt-l I A ux not and to advocate the
M B preachers popular Affairs
Balkeolm et ta are Committee. Mrs.
nx Noah Walls
Douglas
et
Store. 414 N. Parramore St, Nov. Ernest W McCall et al to Lowers need for guarding and
u "cd'$10.Howard improving
Smith ct ux wd alo.Essie for that reason too many of
22. and Jan. 16; and Campben's'Grocery. P George et ux ta Joaeph Louis Tarbox et al to Lawrence A : entered politics in 1940 When she our government.;
1031 Carter St Jan. 18, :Stemher et ux wd *1O. them sell out to popular opinI -
Smith et ux wd (10 I elected
LAKE EOLA MOTEL DINING'ROOM Rose reported. City of W Park cancellation of n... Charlie P Guest ct ux ta Stt.of! PIa I I I I ion. was Democratic National In 1941. she was elected t. the
| Florlan I. Hummer efr u ta Oiaria lied 11. I II Comnuttee'oman.
has Jimmy
Dr. Potter 79th
N. EOLA DRIVE AT ROBINSON Wooley arts *3OOOFlorian Hauls W Dicksoa: ct al t. Stale of a son. Mrs. Douglas, wife, of the screen Congress as a Representative -
Break-Ins cleared were: Sooth L Hummer et ux to Aatauwtte I PIa lied (1 I i I who will begin college training for from the 14th District of
WEEKDAY DINNERS FROM $1.10 Side Sundry: Store 446 S. Parra- 'P Herbs mic aJOOO I Percy Roberson et U to State of Fla I IIIrd a medical missionary at Mars Hill star Melvyn Douglas, is a former California.
Dec. 9, S35 and cigarets I PIT Fed day and Loan Aaaa Howard. J I 11. ', Broadway and motion picture star,
Sunday Dinner $1.50 Also a la carts more Albert* ct ux am. May Baaninc et al to Edward. M Pope College, N. C.
reported missing; two breaks at Siiaaa C Dalton et al to Louie X Lam ux wd. (10. I IHuth and was elected one of "the 10 Mrs. Douglas li a member of the
Closed MondaysHike.your reservations far Lnccbeoe rarUes Terminal Tavern. 1334 Sligh bert et ux wd *10. .Ie' A Waterman to Maurice K most beautiful women in America Board of Governors of California

FkoM wad Blvd. $550 in cash and one revolver ux T wd* $10.George Walker. et U to Arthur Baker et ''pica Maurice et U Jt.Stephens d 4000. et u to 810-1 Stetson Music Group After a U. S. tour, a trip aroundthe Housing and Planning Assn.. the

missing on Dee. IZ, and S Merchant ct .. to M Mobley. ; 'I Waterman ate (3oOO: I Has Program Today world and several European William Allen White Committee

n.u urn dlt, ,ii nu uM.a, .r four eases of whiskey valued at wd $10.Charmlas et ux to Irene Bolmea aed Edward; a> Oilliard ct BX to Oeorn A i iI .. concerts, Mrs. Douglas became Interested the Fight for Freedom Committee
Love wd (10
$157 on Dee. 14. (10 I William Jr T Burton et al ta Joseph 'II i II j i iChiiea iSpeno! lo Lyle Surxfo sent .*,>;Star; in politics at .what she the National. Women Trade
"THE FIVE HUNDRED CHASE"For Clem H Womb et ux to Irene Holmes, et al am. DELANO-This afternoon at 4 calls the grass roots level" explaining Union League of America and a
| OK Grocery South and DivisionSts. 'qed (10 I J A Jettcoat et U to State of Fla outfall ;
the preparatory department of the : member of the of Political
the Discriminating f fr W Clyde Davis to Denny R Champagneam Silos eaemeat deed (1 Academy
:3 ., Jan. 3. $270 in cash and I Rouen F Howard ta Larena Brown Rock I Ii Stetson University School of Music Science of Columbia University
groceries missing; the W. J. Gare- Tom P Elrod et ux ta Daniel R Analey a deed (is. "1 became indignant enough
r STEAKS CHOICE DINNERS CHICKEN 't.a.hae: will music hour .
Sr ; present a program -
B* nett Produce Market. 614 S. Division wd 510.wd i Less rig ta Marguerite Bausch about certain things to want to
; ; ; et u to R A Heal ct U wd $10.Betheos. in the Elizabeth Hall au-
3 From $1.25 St, Jan. 15 radio revolver(1 (Reaaedi I jditorium do something about it,"
under the direction of
fe Reservations Winter Park 27 500 Cliase. Winter Park and cigarets missing Taylor'sGrocery I J (31460 r Holly e5UtoSDWarns ct uxwd Sell Residence \ Miss Ethel Fisher. Mass migration is one of her

,n Sunday 1*:M-Z; N Dally except M...) lea p.m. I 1001 Carter St, Jan. 18, !4 James Woodard ct ux ta J 8 Reddlck. i primary interests, first aroused by MEAT-SAVER
,aA Rdd ,, I $7 and cigarets: Clyde Rowe ate (TOO.. : [Special to The-Sunday: SentevolS1301LEESBURGMr. Students taking part are Irene
:: mn Church)' Dr Maiy C Morris ta Zach B Doaslasmt. Kypreos. Bernice Weiss Betty mass migration in this! country;
.
Grocery 916 Carter West ; 15"- and Mrs. Lou. the
people from the cities
the
, 646 W. Paul D-nnia Jonea !i Miller, Kay Underbill. Stanley :' THgNtW
Street Fish Market. et U Ta Kathryn Bethea have bought a house here I young boys and girls-who took
Church on Jan. 18, only a few ,I Starbuck Joan R duet Cannon title et ux ta John 11 laoa I fet from Mr. and Mrs. Jervaes B.I Kypreos Willard Perry, Marcia to the road in the early 1930s,

THE SUMMER SET HOUSE pennies from both; Douberley's;I< ax wd (10 I Harris for $5,000.Statistics I II Gibbs. Helen Mtchaelos. Kather- then it was the migration from
i Nits Sahlbcn ta Nicholas Kamlner lIeel anLe4x&I
Store. 532 W. Church Jan 20, (10 I ine Vitsaras. Margaret Jordan. the Dust Bowl l, and currently the

Choice Steak* .. Sea Foods. . Chicken nothing missing John X Somerrllle ct ux to Beetle Sheldon show 14 million boxesof Priscilla Grlssett Barbara McIn- problems of those who want to A fat DOG CHOW
aereement (330O seedless grapefruit were produced nis Barbara Joan Giffin, Patricia
Real Breakfasts a Specialty . Curb Service I Sarah M Tayuw ta Mary' Oay; Coulter leave wartorn Europe"Hers
i FREE SHOW! wd (10.. in Florida during the 1945- Snowden and Peggy Vitsaras. The .was one of the first .warnings CHECKERBOARD FEED STOREPRESIDENT'S
Mary Gay Coulter' to Sarah If I '
Samfwic'ies! Taylor 46 season. public
Tasty Shrimp and Chicken Baskets Sundav.. 2 PM mtc S7SOOrriUa is invited to attend. against Fascism when she re-
X: Cneeaman tt ux to CUT; at
525 South Orlando Ave. Phone W P. 9191-B Bee Performing Horse Raised and Orl easement (1
Trained ta OrUndo. sec Danny Bar. B W wuiiama ct ux ta E: R Bard et al
Rt. 17-92 KILLARNEY (kORNER Winter Park low make alt daring tide.FARR'S ate (5000
Roy Po.en et ux to James W Thomasux
J Own t:oe A. M,to It.Oi Midnight. Closed Wednesday RIDING STABLESPeel e4 sd$10.damns .
W Tbomaa et wx to Fir Fed Sae
Are eV CeawayLLOYD'S and Loan Aaa .... .4_. BALL
C E: Kroa e. a. w A N strlbllna wd (1Wethnann I
-- -- -- L Scudder *o-Ror Powell
.ed (10.Edward. I

L THE ..WEDGWOOD TEA ROOM I CAFE clecnoTscl BwelUer wd 10.et UX ta William Wol- BENEFIT MARCH OF DIMES FUND

. Cuder New Management Elmer O Clark ct ux to Kirby; Smith !
Hour ( A U to 11 P. af 110,
On Hlfbway 17 and 92 at CasscIberrT Sizzling Steaks fret Leu :Elmer_ W Lott-et ux-ta-- Ceola- Dumas- CAN YOU TOP THIS? WILSON HUMBER'S LEFT HAND
sea rood
,LUNCHEONS ----- DINNERS "On O Klaalnmee a. Route 11 fla.MIB Actual Sisal .

Few IteseTvatwe, Paw till N'u
Sunday Evening Buffet Closed Tkundajs HOW! TheONE-UNITHEARINGAID

Supper 5:00 to 7:00 o

PRIVATE'ROOM FOR BRIDGE LUNCHEONS
ROSEMARIETEA c.Je No
Telephone Winter Park 1213JXCANDLELIGHT lit
-1. 't;
ROOM
.' Thousands Have Waited for .

---- - ---- -- ---- -- ------ --- Open" -Some Mao4e_*lJM o hG
Park Ave.. N. Winter Para
LuiKheoo. 12 to 2-Closed SuodortTelephone :
555 ; Qo

CLUB"Particularly N

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for Particular People" RAPETTIFOR o d u

Oranre and Orlando Avenue c
SPAGHETTI '- "3S {l

WINTER PARK. FLORIDA date S to P M.-CtoMd Meada. This II" .

DINNER : OB NEw kanlord LOCATION. kon-Cut ALL Y.. Wear A 4'G
1m OrUndo. A... Wtaut Part 4 O oNt
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SUNDAY JANUARY 26 1947 N6 s..arl lattwy Pack
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APPETIZERS JOYCFS Tee tiny mew .1toD.Uana-Paa ,
fa shoot H cUe and weight' cf aid ott
Shrimp Cocktail .35 Oyster Cocktail .35 Crabmeat
DRIVE IN atria bearing aida,yet.. pow.*- ,
Cocktail .35 Lobster Cocktail .35 Fruit Cup .25 You cet better food quicker amnlto I fat you near ....-te... .r.1 ob
Half Grapefruit .15 Choice of Juices .15 sad lower prices at Uw drive ha. Get kelpfttl facts about this ... fP )
Open II noon to I P. M. and from '...racte-aid in valuable EEC r
Individual Canapes .30 I to U P. U.dally Sundays U to U. book about daafnaca..

C. .. IT A K. afalUaud National Hotel
SOUP DU JOUR J BELTONE I

Chicken l&oth .with Rites HEARING SERVICE Chain

TAFFRAIL CLUB West Chita .. I.MITI I (1 Pearl
:
RELISHES .
4 Winter Garde.. Read seDANCE
Lake Roc*
ENTREESt TO THESTINKERS I 'h S..iS ._W.M Fia.I _. .So.Orte. .

Including Soup Relish %f f etable. Potatoes. Salad Ron I I nrsn e.utaMa_ud 1I r rI

and Batter and Beerafts FRI. ST. AND: SCV. I --..----.. I COCA-COLA DANCE
Friday Night Talent M' .M I President's Ball
{Prepared to Order] Open Daily a P. M. Till tCkMTd I I I-a.-

Half Chicken. Southern Fried ..._._ '''_.. ... . ._ 2.00 Monday I I =- Spotlight Band
Phone County 1MO-J + So They Can Walk Benefit March of
Broiled Florida Lobster Drawn Butter -._....... .. ....._. 1.75 I a.-: I
: ===
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French Fried Jumbo Shrimp or Select Oysters..__._ 2.00 Again
: Dimes Fund
Special Sea Food Platter With Frog Legs .n_..___ 2.25 I Oaf7 DUCK INN[ OT a. Oraac

Broiled Pompano,Chef Sauce .... .. __ 2.00 II Jt w. Set ltarbrl_ the same deadou foods tree itiicam awaa on Trull 0 that tf FITCH Thursday, Jan. 30th Presents

Grilled Lamb Chops Mint Jelly ...__.__ ... 2.00 t .... the .n.ag. LY rEalOt 17f n&lOX

T. Bone Filet Mignon or Sirloin Steak ..__.._._... 2.75 i W"JUMBO Band Wagon This nnnsnollT large bond beIon7S to

Porterhouse Steak for Two [Single 3.00] ,,._.......____ 5.00 SHRIMP $1.25 WILSON HUMBER. who locks only ODe not. Wilson I, number

r of reaching two octarec on the Piano Keyboard.
READY TO SERVE ad ....

Fried Jumbo Frog Legs Tartar Sauce _._ . ___ 2 00 j WILSON HUMBER-A 6-Star Bandleader Nationally Famous Society Band

Roast Turkey Dressing.Giblet Gravy .._...?._.. .... .. 1.75 Pianist *Arronger-Composer wfUi

Prime Ribs of Beef, Natural .__, _.._.. 1.75

Roast Leg. of Lamb. Guava Jelly ___._._....... 175 "Star of Stage *Stor of Radio Barbara Borm-Stajt. 1. Radio; Star

Grilled Pork Chops Apple Sauce 'h_'_'_ 1.75" *Humorit and M. C. a

Friea se of Chicken, Steamed Rice ..-..___..____ 1.75 *Musical Conductor Thursday, Jon. 30 Ye

Red Snapper Steak, Lemon Butter .___.___ 150 a I

VEGETABLES II III Itm'ttti II Anil Overuewduhp


Choir* of Vtcrtabies Chotc of Potato Dress Optional

Fresh Ocean Beans Candied Sweet Potatoes I
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Sugared Cora Snowflake Potatoes

SALADS

Tossed Fresh Oa.rdft"fC tab1. Salad. French Dressing
Carrot and Raisin Salad CLUB CABANA

Hot Home Mad Roll and MatHns


DESSERTS Central Florida's Newest and Largest Night Club
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",' Ice Cream or sherbet ..15Chocolate.

Ptaeapple. Butterscotch or Cherry Puoaa..s APOPKA HIGHWAY U. S. un]

dveesc and Toasted cracker .23 Baked App Xt 3 MILES NO. OF ORLANDO CITY LIMITSSpociallxiaq
Home Mad PV or Cake tS

la STEAKS CHICKEN SEAFOOD
BEVERAGES
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Tea Coffee )..t11kJt'f'd' Tea or Iced Cotte Postam DArClria JiIGaT1.Y COLISEUM

OPEN SUNDAY AT 2 P. M .

Diaukrr Dally fees S.fM t. 11 P-M. LuerlatMM Daily at
TURKEY DINNER $1.75 SeneJua AJroae* Tickets J2-SO Tex lac Oa Sal at Sea Jooa. KcElrey. PsMrmocy AawocScrtaxiRsdio.

Saaltaya L Il.uday, J I"L t. S 1")1. 1.. 11'SAaiTAVERN I-: M. Bewail in Wltttrr Park 7i Maxb! of Diaa. Tkk*< Commltt..

Su4a7 Diaun at Harpers' Tavern frMn tt.M 1")1. Ie I ".)I. NO con: C1IAKCE PIwoa 4tSi TABLE RESERVATIONS AT THE COLISEUM'Central : Pt.oce >1SU{
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:- Page 32 lIrt &nubtttt &tttflttttStrr.Orlando, Florida, January 26, 1947! Agricultural Research Center tfcf
I Church Forum Bureau I Orlando laboratory "undertook
Entomology
studies on DDT which were Influential
in its use in the prevention


New College Park Church Planned .To Hear Dr. Holt Here Wins CitationRecognition of>>Equipment epidemic troops." the typhus als'citation. was fever declared.devised amongou


by the Bureau for dispersion .f
College Park Methodist Church: I'r tioa of 40 people will solicit funds I|, Dr. Hamilton Holt. Rollins Col- of the work of the U. S. Bureau of Ento- DDT insecticides to meet various
yesterday released plans for a Jan. 31. to Feb. 4. Payments on field needs.
{ | lege president will be the mology laboratory here in curbing insect-borne diseases
campaign to raise $25,000 to com- t subscriptions extend over a
speak-I'
plete a new sanctuary on Prince- t" two-year period. I er on the Community among the Armed Forces during World War II has been I Assn.The. award American also Public cited the Health Bu-
., held at the First Unitarian Church: received from the American Public Health ,
ton Ave. at Edgewater Dr. The The red brick sanctuary was Assn.. Col. W. reau's research and control opera*
Rev. G. E. Graden. pastor of this \. designed by V. Earl Mark, architect will tonight be "World at 8 o'clock.Government"His subject anda tV. King entomoloffist-in-charge reported yesterday. against bisects of agricul
church stated that this sum will of Jacksonville. It is being I I I question and answer period will The association recently presented 'I Rural importance as helping to insure .
complete the building and furnIshings constructed by W. A. Me- follow. I the Lasker Group Award eluding the Aerosol bombs. I an adequate food supply for
Including a pipe organ. I r Cree of Orlando. When it is I to the Bureau's Orlando and "Work done at the Orlando lab-: the Armed Forces and civilians.
I
The fund organization Is being. -- Dr. Holt's Interest In world Beltsville. .McU laboratories forwartime
completed it will have a seating oratory resulted in the saving of'
formed under the leadership of peace and the importance of research: work King TAR ABOARD CARPELOTTI
countless lives of
I capacity: of 385. Plans for adequate world :{ American sol'I
Government In attainingit
George W. Bayless general chairman -. expansion have been I. is well-known. [said diers from the Jungles: of the Pa- I John B. GQbreath Jr.. motor
M. M. McCalL honorary I made. I', Receipt of the award for the cific to the battlefields of Europe machinists mate second class.
'chairman and ,A. C. Crook and He was Instrumental In bringing I laboratories,' was made in Cincin- where thousands of soldiers died USN. son of John B. Oilbrrath of
'Hassel Brown associate chairmen. The present educational building : a nationwide conference on ]nail by Dr. F. C. Bishop, assistant from insect-borne diseases in the Plymouth is now stationed aboard
Harvey Boyte Jr. Is treasurer. which is constructed of concrete 1 world Government to Rollins College i i chief in charge of research: of the last war." King added. the USS Carpelotti. He entered
blocks will permit the use last Spring and officials of !I Bureau of Entomology and Plant Together with the Beltsvffle Naval service Feb. 24. 1942.
of brick veneer to match the new the church point out that his appearance [Quarantine.
I I
sanctuary. A second story may on the Community Forum Cited among the Orlando labor-
Greater CofC be added later. The architect's series should be a valuable I 1 atory's accomplishments was the LAUNDRY 8 DRY CLEANINGPrompt
discovery and development of
will I opportunity for all those interested i
Now Has 1,379 :for plans a third educational provide eventaually.unit which in the problem of world sta methods., to control Insects re- service If :yon bring by. our office or phone for pickup:
bility. sponsible for spreading diseases
I and
will delivery service.
I unite the two buildings. I At tonight's forum meeting a :i of particular significance during ,
_f I The College Park Methodist special collection will be taken for war-time. IVANHOE LAUNDRY I CITY CLEANERS
MembersGreater i I Church: organized Jan.2 I
I was 19H. construction of Orlando Hall
I ARCHITECTS CONCEPTION the Proposed New $25,000 College by Dr. R. C. Holmes former Orlando -I the college campus. on "These methods were effective 163 N. Orange-Ph. 5594 I 39 W. Colonial Dr.-Ph. 7557
Orlando Chamber of I Park Methodist Church. District Superintendent of especially in the control of body I
,
:Commerce drive for 1947 memberships I! the Methodist Church and A. lice and mosquitoes, reducing
:. reached a 1379 total Sat. leaders'are for an I Fred Turner former of I, Brother, Sister Meet materially the incidence of typhus -
divisional banquet
The two a complimentary pastor "
'according to Lloyd C. Oahr membership C. McCall. and Herbert P. D'I I members and friends of the churchat I First Methodist Church: W. B.I Here After 19 Years plained.and malaria, King ex- FELT CARPETS
'
drive chairman. kins. 6.45: : pm. Friday in the edu- Rogers District Lay Leader; Dr.I I Mrs. John Home 606 Clayton
1.600 The members Chamber's for goal 1047.is a of total which of The campaign will begin with i cational building. An organiza- P. C. Harrell. Joe Rutland and St., and her brother. E.W. Adams. The more work than involved 10.000 compounds the testingof Just received big shipment "Broodfelt"' carpets In six

200 were slated to be new mem- Walter Menses, among others. Dr. I prominent lumberman of Twain :,and resulted in the ultimate discovery different colors and two grades: $2.35 and $2.95.
John Branscomb, pastor of First Harte. Calif. met yesterday for
| and of in-
t adoption several
bers.,been The passed.200 Gahr figure said already adding,has Elwell Firm Von Terglau -MetTlodist Church, has continuedthe I the first time in 19 years when Grati legs aid Cotta Rugs m oH kinds sizes cad colors.
practical: Interest in College Mr. and Mrs. Adams dropped in
,that he expects renewals enough I Park Methodist Church shown by | at the Home home for an unexpected ORLANDO'S LARGEST SHOP C Felt BOM ana Wad ImoUim M bawl, she InlaiJ ill Waited qvaatity.
,to be put in the mails in the next t Offers Citrus his predecessor. i visit. Our : o
seven chain assure Yenetia Shads m wood.steel l or glumi -quick d. **".
few days to pass the 1,400 figure The Adams family drove to a minimum of walt g :
for old members. : Boosts SafferAppointment In the three years since itsfounding Florida to spend two weeks here
"Iff going to take a few,days i Control PlanDr. $36,477.61 has been and then make a 30-day tour of EOLA BARBER SR.,.* AMERICAN RUG AND LINOLEUM CO.
spent on lots buildings and State studying the citrus industry A. L. DickiiM. PreP.
into to get the the office rest of of the Secretary-renewals of Rex Saffer. well Fred von Terglau of Lees- furnishings without Inuring and looking over lumbering I Orlando's Z2 E only. Washington air-eefiditloa St. shop i 863 North Orange Ave. Phones 2.2488 and 2.2484IVJMONDAVIIIII

Manager A. C. Slaughter bat known Florida newspaper rnnn as 1 burg defeated candidate for the any; Indebtedness. operations. I

we are confident that it will l r executive vice president of GordonR. State Senate yesterday revealed a I.
only. be a short time," Gahr' i' Elwell and Associates. Orlando ,, plan which he had recommended
public relations firm was announced ,
said. yesterday. I:: 'to GovT" Caldwell for the control
H'
"Our campaign was hindered* The announcement was made by : nf the citrus Industry.
slightly through the illness or abel president of the firm who I f i I The basic points of his program
sence from the city of some of I sad Saffer would be in direct i,'include the abolishment of the
key workers but those handl- j charge of most of the company's I|I:
tour publicity and public relations ac1 i i 1 present citrus commission and theI
have now been removed andwe I
tcaps counts. I I 11 i substitution of a one-man commission -
expect to report a 100 per cent establishment of regulations
;'achievement during the week Salter connected with Florida I(
i of
governing the operation packing -
The Chamber conducted a dI- newspapers for many; ;years, houses and strict control over
:rect-mail campaign for new and merly was with the picking of the fruit. 37
for-I' '
Press covering the State Le
Renewal members operating on I Under von Terglau's proposals
;the theory that this course would lature.-He no fruit shall be Inspected in pack-
Prove more popular than the personal been with the Elwell ing houses. but Inspectors shall "EAGER SHOPPERS WILL PENNEY'S AGAIN SETS THE PACE
solicitation method. Gahr firm approximately six months I work In the groves: picking opera-
said. He added that a few per- during which time he was in tions shall not begin by any pack-
sonal calla have been made by' charge: of accounts In Philadelphia "! ing house until the commissoner: STORM OUR DOORS IN BRINGING TO ORLANDO
:Chamber of Commerce adminlstrative and Miami. I authorizes picking: coloring of ,
fruit by steaming, heating or gassing -

,or to new Chamber members personnel benefits In to information assist and renewal advan-as Chautauqua ,I harmless shall cold be forbidden water vegetable and dyes only FOR THESE!" PENCO" SHEETS AND CASES!'

i, such as are used to color margar- ;'
tages. ine shall be used In the process.
To Open Here
Every packing house would be 81"x108" ;
Visitors ProgramTo assigned a zone of operations
On March 9 according to von Ter lau'. plan. : ;.
Feature Music compelled to pick all fruit on
The 1947 Christian Chautauqua groves of 10 acres or less before .
i' HEAVY
(Club Artists will convene here March 9-11 under any picking operation.was start- $289 :
the auspices of the Tabernacle ed in groves owned by the packIng MUSLIN! ,
The regular Tuesday night Wln- Christian Church. It has been an- I'I houses. ,' : ,
:"ter Visitors Club /
program sponsored nounced by Morris Butler Book He also suggests that a minimum "
by the Greater Orlando director of these annual Orlando ,
price be paid the grower
Chamber ,
of Commerce at the gatherings and pastor of the would be set by the commissioner I''

Tuesday Municipal will Auditorium feature artists at S from p.m. Hostess This ;year's Church.program of out-of-'I I 1 prior tions.i .to the start of picking opera- FIRST QUALITY! ;:

the Wednesday Music Club. It was State speakers is outstanding the Von Terglau points out that r' =
announced i = =
by B. H. Overpeck Chautaqua committee: reports, j =
tourist director. each packing house now has and HEAVY MUSLIN!
featuring such nationally known
is cultivating hundreds of
acresof
,
Alphonse Bernard Carlo Friedland. student of speakers as the Hon. W. H. Meredith i i groves and thus the packers S i
of the Rollins widely reputed Christian 72"x108"
| are obtaining a monopoly on cit I,
Conservatory will
aolo. present a violin statesman of Missouri: R. E. El- i rus. Unless packers are compelledto r-'i /
Mrs. Pearl Penrod will more of Cincinnati editor of
the : handle small growers crops the
offer a series
of
organ numbers. Christian Restoration Herald and small man soon will be unable to
la
Helen addition. Ovrrpeck added.. Don Nickerson. fiery preacher of sell his fruit he declares.. :i.
and Emma Jean Ake....of the Christian Church Brotherhoodand
Pennsylvania who are the minister at at E. St. Louis I $269
guests of Mrs Dorothy Board Ill. OrganizationOf FLASH ,/ Our own. Famous PENCO "wear-tested" sheets

man. will present several dance These men are recognized Deluxe Quality, .
numbers. as and cases at market-low prices. Laboratory tested. I
I
leaders against infiltration of so- Camera Club I ..
i Rondo
Immediately Superior -
following the proc "modernism" or liberalism"among Sheets all Orlando-housewives know they can depend

gram furnish Knowlton's orchestra: win the Christian Churches. Here Planned Cotton... for of service. BALCONY SELLING! ;
music from 9 to mid- Meredith. long a political upon years PILLOW CASES
night. A small admission!; will be are In Missouri. Is a prominent Camera fans amateur and PRINTS

charged. OVerpect added.ALUMINUM Poplar Bluff attorney and the professional-are asked to meet at'' Il 36" )hide, New Spring
Ii NOTE PLEASE; DUE TO THE HEAVY DEMAND FOR SHEETS AND CASES PLEASE 45" 38"
organizer of the Committee of the Aneebllt Hotel at :30 pjn. Colon, Patterns X
A.B.C. One Thousand" which has been Wednesday to form an Orlando ONLY 2 SHEETS AND 2 CASES TO EACH CUSTOMER. NO PHONE OR MAIL
challenging churches of Camera Club. HEAVYWEIGHT 9 i
the 5
CASEMENTS mid-West to a renewed stand I Frank Trembley of 508 1-2 Hill- 49cd. .ORDERS; NONE SOLD TO DEALERSI WE SUGGEST EARLY SHOPPING! ,

for the Faith of the Brother crest Ave. employe of the Winter !1O Ea
h lTO<'1r hood. I Park Telephone Co.who Is calling ,
HOME INSULATION CO. Elmore Is president of the the meeting pointed out that "
Phone '708T Christian Restoration Assn. i Camera clubs have proved of invaluable II
ISJ ora.gs *. WUter rare Nickerson. familiarly known asthe I aid to amateur photog-
Caruso" of the pulpit because i I raphers in other sections by giv ::1 cOLORFiti
of his vocal talent has an 'line them a chance to compare SP,
Hart Year AotoSTEAM earned reputation for "fearless I notes on then work and keep in CR ,
ness" in the pulpit. touch with the latest advances In
GREASEDED 'The Chautaqua also will feature I I the photographic art. ROCKS
numerous Florida preachers on the It is planned to promote eon- p
At program. I tests exhibitions, foster entries in
MAYO'S nationwide prize contests and engage t
CWBplt Peace Officers' 1 in every activity which will tRpUNDWEARTEYEAR
n...", sod Motor L btkt.d a Ckaute acv Ie.nit.. aid photographers.

lIa w Male r. itA Board To Meet HereBoard -,

of Directors of the Florida FLOOR FURNACES
[FLIGHT TRAINING Peace Officers Assn. will meet
in the Ancebilt Hotel Wednesday CITY GAS
VETERANS at.10 a.m. Assist. Chief of Police I WttkAUTOMATIC ON OUR 2ND FLOOR!) /
J. C. Stone association president CONTROLSOrlando ;,

HOEQUIST AIRPORT announced yesterday. Appliance Co, Inc. FOR MON. SELLING!'
Scheduled ,
to be presented at 21t N. Orange Ave. Phone 4537 :
19 St. dv Rio Grand-TeU 8(25 'the meeting are committee reports tie i 1j Z1..r J, CHOICE OF OUR "
j regarding the association's legislatlre I
program which is expected' '

SHOW CASESWe to be adopted and reports on the OLIN'S 1 INC. \
existing bill.State pension and annuity ENTIRE f- '

have new In Columbus show In connection with the legisla NEW CARS FOR RENT
rates stock.
the program. Stone said the association STOCK OF
IMMEDIATE DELIVERY expected to co-operate Phon 2 4J24 ? i41 t tI

Slade-Booth Show COM Co. with the programs of aU other law, 242 N Or.nq. AT*. 111
I enforcement agencies. I I ,
IU Reed st. TeL -S71 II
I WITHOUT DOUBT THE MOST EXTRAORDINARY WASHFROCKS
.. -
Pin Castle Variety Works CURTAIN VALUE IN THE CITY! I

Ce oral Mm W.r% d.ers.
Jet PlaceWax lIIInftIa .


Job"A bloc New 2.3371 Castle.ru.orPhono CMCneaaa tepalt or 2-4SM EsL Cwtrse.w.UIS.ow natwe, DtiNay15n.1 M.ee4.b5M I FRESH, NEW, BIG-SIZE (J\\ -


H. res. ... -. gan !
feton" I-- ---- ---- -- I
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nets a -a Wr.e.arI nay carr I I -- --- --- ----- ---_ ien
track 4A. .M. M tfmw .rwSiiversPonllac I
also cosy_ci wanoo-.e.aa_ .._rook J. PertMt C'Oe-isr Open Moarfoy freuingiWARREN'S Gleason & BrooksAuto


Upholstering ; }
SpetW This Reek li

a w CCNTRALreoNat Winter Park Phone 68 DOOR PANELS $6.50
KECm EKED Each
: Mil w. m M. PIMM" a-&Sa CA.PUNTT .
CUSHION DOTS
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Sec Us Before YM Ji ---- -- ; -1 ,'yes PLAIN MARQ! $ o OF SI2CS I

AUTOSEAT :: ; DEEP RUFFLES!
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44 TO 5r! ; i
FIRST QUALITY! E_ PAIR 1
BURN COVERS f' 11..e ... e arm .a. VI j
bet e... each loll wa.t ..
i twgMM least r r'f ,Wonderful full Priscillas In Soft ruffled X M 4 *f tb.so fcrtlrr.* Mr t {
T-. c..ry t.l/.w. f rHf wMt. .pps.*.

B"'SJ Estate lfk.r*.. T*. *.. .... Billowy Marquisettes. 60" and 72" by 216rfB swat.? A3 w isles nay!tbr6g AO ttoM.sett.ItI .

General, XasnraaoMortcace set Leavy dines S.rfMlAaMbw

Loarl WE: rx STALL THEM ti, 'y'long. Grand quality!! New low price! Buy all tf y-s fshel '


11311 Bros. Agency ED MAYO'S J Jyou need! No limit! Balcony Selling! 2t r1.as

113 N. Or&ot* TeL sIn STAVES SUNOCO Savior-L Ml H.' ..*. T.L r.a 1
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 Material Information
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 26, 1947
Publication Date: 1918-1953
Frequency: daily[<1926>-1953]
daily (except monday)[ former 1918-]
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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 )
 Notes
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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NO. 706 * * ORLANDO. FLORIDA JANUARY 26. 1947 FORTY PAGES
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Talmadge, Thompson I 115 Per Cent HikeIn Price Trims Week



Rent Lids




'Bribery' Probe Asked ,. Urged (for 1947 Herald More To Come



GOP Solons May
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Grand Jury :, FLORIDA'S EDUCATION PLAN ,:, WASHINGTON Offer Bill Tomorrow[AP] Four This Thing Can Work Both Ways! I Wholesale Cuts


i Co-Ed System for State i Republican Senators propos-!*

Action Sought In ed Legislation last night toj: 'vg

continue rent controls for the I| tr9 Set Pace In
Urged Plus Establishment i lr41 ,
rest of 1947 with a 15 percent


Georgia'Offers'Financial i Of Another University i Sen.boost Hawks.in ceilings.[N.J.] said the bin I I I( Bulk of Lines

probably will be introduced tomor- I,
Fall row and predicted it will become
TALLAHASSEE [AP] Co-education was recommended
':,the vehicle by which Congress will 50 Cent Butter'Predicted
Seen Within Week yesterday for the University of Florida and Florida State i i i act to continue the present rent I

I College for Women by the Citizens' Committee on Educa-',controls now due to expire June !; Ahead
ATLANTA UP A Grand
Jury investigation[ ] was demanded tion, together with establishment of a new university in'' 30. Joining him in sponsoring the I II r NEW YORK [fAP] The

South Florida. |measure are Sens. McCarthy
yesterday into al- "There is no logical reason today [Wis.l. Cain (Wash and Malone I thud of many falling priceswas

leged bribe attempts made to prohibit students of either sex [Ney.]. C 9d > heard across the country

by both sides to sway voting Rep. Saunders from registering In any course or The CIO Immediately; assailed F [ the past week and

in the General Assembly session curriculum in which they can the proposal and called upon an $ promises of more to come

which elected Herman Tal- Named Citrus profit." the committee said. its unions to fight It. .! -,- -. yesterday sounded like good news

madge Governor of Georgia. "Before this readjustment has I Hawkes said he favors a provision for consumers in lOn

Mayor Harvey Kennedy of Barn Panel LeaderCITRUS been made however It is essen- by which landlords could' fk Decreases in wholesale lines for

svUle. head of the'new17-orca- tial that policies be worked out raise rents up to 15 per cent beyond .r the most part have outstripped retail
nized "Aroused Citizens of Oeor- AT A ttLANCK 'to avoid confusion and needles present levels If they offer I drops. One these are trams
.
_
gia.* made a demand on behalf of 5r..aN 1-...w..t. ...di.t.d.ef- scow duplication. The transition tl tenants a year's.lease. I lated at the retail level the value

his organization that the FultonCounty OOTt*****l'* ,Crtrm"cb__t. in OTMO.ri' A.camwn.. 5 _lie's.11 should take place under the direction McCarthy announced the bill y y !of the housewife's dollar automatically

Atlanta Grand Jury look .. 4hi.. an into fOrmt, M>rk tina of a chancellor: and In i win remove immediately an ceilings { b1 win rise.
Into the alleged bribe offers adding 55,555.5.D.nPine accordance with policies recommended I The Associated Press index of
construction
of citrus cr.. *...mm* **ciimliuli on new or quar-
: otron 4r 04 comiMlao oought.a by the Board of Control ters which had not been rented In I'35 wholesale commodities showedthe

The. people of Georgia are *. P.515TALLAHASSEE. and approved by: the State the previous year, adding: fOREG41ARKET/ greatest aggregate drop in the
ashamed and Humiliated over the Board of Education" last two weeks of any like period
"I believe that with a provisionof w
charges made by members of the [ A P ] A chancellor of higher educationwas this kind we can get a lot of ( since before 183 with one exception.

General Assembly that bribes'were State Rep. D. H. Saunders of recommended for State universities people to make available living -1 4 w 5F I .

offend by both sides at the time I St. Lucie County yesterdaywas r and colleges in an earner'1 quarters they may have In their I This came la a single two

the General* Assembly elected a named chairman of the'i committee report. The schools at';'homes but have hesitated to rent O I week span last Summer when

Governor Kennedy said. 1947 House Citrus Committee present are under direct supervision -]I because they dldnt want to bother 1 price were flurtgating widely

iii Acting Con M. E. ThompMn by Speaker Tom Beasley. I of the Board of Control.|! with the red tape of Government : during, OPA1* eff-again -on*

aid he would welcome an Investigation Rep. Tyn Cobb of Orlando waS Until a general reorganization isj I j controls and having some 22- again setBehind

into the bribery charge selected to serve as vice chairman. brought about the committee proposed j!year-old clerk tell th mhe,. these figures stood the
1s State administration, meanwhile f making the chancellor an would have to promises. One '
vii. appears the citrus industryhas reduce their rent. 2i 9 prominent economist
!
faced ji partial financial many problems which should j agent of the present board of ,; Hawkes and McCarthy said the predicted: a further drop of 3$

> breakdown within Seven days if I be attended to at the next session. j control. proposed date for ending an rent per cent in food prices during tM

the dual Governorship deadlock is ." Beasley told Saunders. I Neither the University of Flor- controls had not been determined next 12 months. Another foresaw

sot resolved and Talmadge pleaded He announced he was appoint- ,Ida nor Florida State College for I finally but probably would be y "'50 cent butter." '
for both moral and [Women admit both sexes on an The Retail
monetary IDa the citrus committee now to Dec. 31. National Dry Goods
.support of his claims to the of- give members an opportunity to !equal basis now although men On the Democratic side Pres. Aasn. held out hope of at leas

,fice.The confer with growers and packers I. FSCW students were permitted to attend j Truman has urged that rent control '"partial progress" toward what It
Fulton National Bank ofAUantA before the Legislature convenes In beginning last September be continued and. expressed called consumer demands for
i
z. filed suit in Henry' County April. because of overcrowded conditionsat hope that the line would be held, i r ',J3.SO broadcloth shirts tl house

Superior Court 'last night to Other members are Kept. Roy F.j' the Gainesville campus,'However but emphasized. that he,1s leaving Housing Scarfacc: AI Capone Propaganda-PI dresses and si JS sheet }
Roberts. Brevard I the men are regarded: as atu- Ills oj .
dte 1lllDe.who is legal Governor County; C. H. the details to The president .f oto .( thebiggest
of Georgia Taylor. Hardee: Jam* Moore dents of Tallahassee branch of tip Congress., Dies Pneumonia; | Fifth Avenue depart-
Highlands; E. P. Martin.- Hills the university

s ly Judge signed Bond a temporary Almand.immediately restraining- River borough Fuqua.: H.Manatee; Alex H. Hetcox.McWllllam: Clarence Lake*: Indian J.Camp.Ben 11 recommendation Together with Its the co-education committee I Barney! Sullivan Up to Industry Family MIAMI BEACH At Bedside I UP Scarface : Pinned to ;Reds|! meat[Continued'atore oa called Pap em 2I;the Get tea-IJ

Continued .n Page t. Cot. I] advocated : Denied New Trial
Marion: Archie Clement. Pinellas; "establishment of a ; Al Capone, 48. king of Chicago'sorganized !i
Lisle Smith. Polk; T. B Oowda. third State institution of higher : WASHINGTON [AP] The crime during prohibi-,! WASHINGTON [UP] State' The Weather
9 Takes Off
Boy.' Putnam ::
J.
: Bralley Odham. Seminole ;learning for whites in South Flor- Appeal Planned |
and L Walter Hawkins. Ve. Government gave formal es-Late Department officials I ORLANDO AND VICINITY
For Reno To'Divorce' htsia j I (Con tinned on Pace t. Col. 5] I I, GAINESVILLE [AP) A motion{ notice yesterday that it has I I f Pneumonia resulting from aj charged last night that large Few widely scattered ohowtrsana
stroke Tuesday finally brought
f '
for a new trial in the case of Bar- ;
shifted to private industrythe death to the man who once ran' scale, Russian sponsored warmer aft nMa temper
Parents Van Weds Ex-Wife j i ,oey; Sullivan of Orlando convicted :, chief for a $100 million bootleg empire tore today and * w.LAKTLAND .
Planes Collide >j of causing fraudulent claims to be responsibility after than IS years of illness, propaganda activities in
E, OAKLAND. Calif. (UP] Melvin : Of Best Friend !| ; filed against the Government has< meeting the housing shortage seclusion and absence from theunderworld 1 European countries deliberatelyomit I : IAP1 Peaintrdar190r1da't

' Roger Lewin Jr, 9. an experienced HOLLYWOOD UPI Actor'Van ,I been denied here by Federal Judge > with Federal controls and aid to kingdom he ruled. or misrepresent statements weather today win t
*
stowaway is expected home shortly I Johnson bobby-sox Idol married A. V. Long. ; be continued: only where they i Capone had spent seven anda of U. 8. officials and present aj,+I partly cloudy and warm, the Fed'
from his latest jaunt to Reno : Mrs. Erie Wynn former stage I actress Eve Abbott and estranged prisons and aa long en the skit
to divorce my parents"Melvin The disclosure was made In an life.
and sentenced to five I
!wife of his best friend yesterday'in Tuesday was i listCapon's t I said. No frost danger 1* expected.
will be '
greeted fondly by |
his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Juares Mex.. four hours after !i CROYDON, England [UP] ;;years in prison and a fine of 1947 official housing policy: statement on the loyal wife Mrs. Mae The charges were made by Wu- i j! through Tuesday.Cracker .
i Uam T. Stone and Maurice >). Rice
she ,
I obtained .
Lewin. who are becoming resignedto i -quickie- Mexican .A chartered Dakota transport i 3000. program. Issued Capone. their son Alphonse Jr. I'I *
his frequent<< bus Ulpa-aU IS of !divorce from comedian Keenan j' -t Zaeh H. Douglas Gainesville j ji by Housing Expediter 1 his aced mother and brother were of the Department's office of International I
.
them. 1:Wynn."That's faltered on a take-off for j' Information and Cu!. Jim Scz:
i attorney; wed aided In RulliTan'a ,i iI Frank R. i at the bedside when he. eUed. :
Junior sneaked. aboard a commented a when fine informed thing. of Wynn the ,Africa yesterday and rammed defense said that be would file :Creedon and National Clone friends scoffed at rumors Greyhound but In San Franclsc I I marriage. I I' an appeal t. the Circuit Court :I HousingAdministra that the balding child-like Capone'still into another but ,
parked of I
Thursday night and remained had his band in a portion : about
not
undetected !: Dakota Croydon''I of Appeals at New Orleans. Ii {tor M < the lush rackets that had brought .Bucharest.: Romania.They ) being able to
unto the bus neared empty on the Raymond I buy Ire hominy in cans,, an shucks
the city limits of Reno.I |Slay Mistreatment I runway killing 12 persons aboard i I Sullivan former Orange County Coincidentally.sharp him untold wealth In the prohibition -! asserted that KanolaeomUntlr I dutot even know they sold

came to Reno to divorce my i Of British Troops Told I the first plane including three,, Agriculture Conservation ad- I .' era. : refer to Americans that stuff in
+ parents" Melvin told authorities. VIENNA IAP1 Five (!nuns and two babies. '''U ministrative officer was charged criticism (Capon hated the war that a* "..lUta ria tie. aggressive 4.. cans. My Ma always
"When I get the divorce I plan togo British M eontlnueCbuilding gave him .hko. ..-e. Story: Pie- > cadent wealthy, and laperUIbtle. boiled them
II
soldiers who said wandered I by the Government with falsificai
they The two -
planes burst into I i control!
I tore .n ran 2:]. ."
to Chicago and live with corn grains in
my .accidentally across the Yugoslav I flames. Eleven of the 23 persons !j i tton of about $10,000 farmers' reports was voiced by Nebon I;
the oak till
aunt"i i border five months ago told aboard the first Dakota survived Herbert TJ. Nelson vice presidentof Less than seven months ago j Shea said the Rusaian-cootrol- ashes the
on the amount due them tinder late Racing News cur James J.I.na.cen bun would rub
British authorities here last night suffering burns and shock. of "propaganda outfit" In Romania ;
the National Association Ict. I
the conservation
Suitor Slayer Gets Life I(they had received harsh treat- program. Real Estate Boards. charged that Capone and. presented statement made off between her
PHILADELPHIA API Thomas;ment from their captors until their I The plane war taking off In his family still controlled gambling by former Secretary of State j i hands then the
falling snow when It slipped CIO Fired whale lint .C situ In and vice In Chicago.
Marino. 40. who testified he shot release; Jan. 10. Organizer Citing a I Byrnes and Sea Vandenberg 1R i iMicbl. would take the
.
and beat James Landl. IT. because 1 The soldiers said their efforts Dark<< to the Aawa) For Union Ambitions effect Nelson agreed dryly that i : in a. way "thai" almost I'' whole pet full
the youth "brought disgrace !,to contact British officials during i One of the nun's might havebeen aside tram an these rrvtralnU. Assassin Plot Foils changed their meanings.: ,'I down to a ereet
to his daughter. ,their Imprisonment were unsuccessful saved but she pushed' to WINSTON-SALEM N. C. UPI Is > MEXICO CITY UPI A machine The three state Department, of* <, and wash It good
14. was convicted of l"1o"nce.1' j!safety a man who was trying to The CIO yesterday was charged: private Industry" practically ea |J gun bunt killed one person. Teresa finals also admitted a shortage of ;,;';un the bulls were a3 gone She-
murder yesterday by'a i shove her through an emergency with anti-union acUvit,; by A. C. Its .wn again Bonfigll de Richard yesterday funds for U. 8. Information acuvt- <, would put that stuff up In fruit
.. specified' life imprisonment Vet Offers Eye For Farm ]'door. Leonard a former organizer who Among other things. Nelson saida in an attempted assassinationof tie abroad left them with little' Jars aa when K wu all ft cp she-
ST. LOUIS (API James Ed-I The RAP reported a second said be was fired' because he triedto second bathroom in a bouse to movie star Jorge Vein and his opportunity to combat the Russian :!: made tome more. Her favorite
trash and a third probable crash. enroll his colleague In an organizers' restrictions. wife the widow of late Commuali propaganda efforts.
Tonight's Movies monds. SA. partially disabled war a crime" under Federal ,I makla It was la cloudy
Ul onhe had founded.Rejecter I
i An RAP Mosquito went down Maiunino Avtla'Caomacho. 1 Iweather
llEAC"1IA. "a" ela\Of'l 8ftn4. l'to veteran has offered one of his near i cations Minister I like now aad hum the
J20.a.n.lu.IIOX", eyes for a farm so he may support('North Allerton. Yorkshire, yester- ,; Foley also announced creation'' who was a brother of Hanoi War Rages On !I!i rain wash tt an then the wouldni
a is. 1 ".-11.liS am.o aeee.tw la.: 325. himself and not be a burden to his'day. killing two men aboard. ;I!I I Suitor, 54, !of a hewing co-ordinating councilto : ex.Pres. Manuel Allis Camacho. PARIS Lively fighting eoa- ;,: have to tote the pot to the creel
C'OLOIC.It.. TW are Tsba*> t 40. family. i iI A Philippines Airlines C4Twith' provide "unified approach" Untied to Hanoi, a French: communtque -j Sir
43a.: 4,5. 'Tat a 4*. Shoots, Widow Kills Self
II four crewmen and SIS minion in Besides the !
housing problems. Cemetery Yields Still Wt-!
ekKLlk I said yesterday wIth vesevs> visas
"Mach.sas
OMk. lira
445 155.525.nRAttD. I *gold aboard was believed to have j I i: WEST PALM BEACH I API Mrs. agencies directly under NHA's cupervtsteo ,i sUQ offering sUTf retiai- i,: ...... e.._ T5e5 5521 ...
GOY. Police Namese
To RunBOONEV1LLE. MEMPHIS rUPI
'Thr..1 s K1n4 I I 1e j for inteoious from barricades and fortified . ...
4S f N. -5.s Pwr M DnUbj I ; were aeaching an ante c-- ref 1014
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1 A 4**, M>. I Miss. UPI Oov. i Just outside Hong Kong. China !shot and seriously wounded by her scencles which play "lane and' bootlegger while grudgingly ad- ,houses t. French' parachute troop ::''JII" .., lee ... .. .N 4 H .et
..UTXJHLrUM" XXS. alt. 14-1- (Wright announced :yesterday he, (A 2tpasencer U. S. Naval Air ,I rejected suitor. Milton. ,Stewa-A. ..rrMfi nt porta to the bousinget&ergency '': - 1- 1... nI m ..
1-w.e4..e.' >a 7.cape.,. wu* ABM1.... 411 i;will be a candidate for Governor'':Transport plane crashed near' ,I 54. who then put a bullet through , Foley u\d. matting his sun location was one. era trying to elect them the from heart amileM'ure .Y t.53 ..... a.- 4* e., 554 t-.J
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Q* ?TD.:. **tnM. Affair.IO.. \'of Mississippi ta the State's Demo- ;i i Dartmouth. N. S.. Friday" night, ,,his oww bead mad died Instantly, They are the Vi Bans Admin of the cleverest they bad ever teen.1t area near eaptt.l.THE i 5--err err ..... w e 41I .
t. :4V 1-M. t OX PI..S! Allot.' 1 44. ...11. i i1S. era tie primaries this Summer ''injuring seven persons). police reported last night istration. Department of Agrtcnl- was bidden la a cemetery here. of the ZndiXMneae I j i lee t vsmetaavueq
.. -- ..... 5e. 5 0 .'-- s51... 54taswi
\ voot'vT aa..ees* t I IS. ..... tun. RFC. Office of Housing Expediter asps'
*1'1\11.... -.no.Uf'Y.......00-.... ...-4 4O..a. M. THE NEGRO SUB-DIVISION i'Seven' Gunmen Get $25,000 the Federal Deposit IBauraace MARCH OF DIMES !I - 4. '
c3aMorr.: 1. "'-.. .... j Corp. I.: sat I :: :
...- |I NEW: YORK LAP Seven< masked : tI : .
3 an It'I :: 1
The two officials who took over ..
L'atASDC.e..r ... O..e._- men yesterday held up one of
T'S&aa3 pp --." ..45mgvsrts'x4 Washington Shores Lot Sales J'Coney' Wand's largest Turkish direction' of the Veterans Housing Society Band To Play Dance .4.n.- ....--. .q 5 t o.a.a.. -3
'bath*-SUvrs'_and fled with an program from Wyatt quoted : ... _.__ .51 epee ..
patWtu5ocII5ai !.::. =- ; estimated S23.000 to SM.OOO In building. industry spokesmen assaying 7... ___h II I 3.a 55

>rtlia watar. nrtux uwe, TW Keoar.V aa4. Ti51ARa .** Due To Get Underway Tuesday cash and jewelry belonging) to ISO that one mObon homes can For Windup of Polio Drive 'I .f.a... _-_--_-._... .M'. ..Pei.. .04 5teias
; lttsst's: 1arwri.s. Fa.... i be put under construction in 1947, ..u._ 54la
'AIIO'0... t Wu 5..s.. and that with the from Ml5.a.
:
atOCI1rT tx'aa: r5se4 .U.... Lots in Washington$ Shores, the new Negro subdivision 1 ewee.v9 It... -about one carryover million homes The? 1M7 :March of Dimes campaign will swing Into its 5. :-- ;, ::

., aA5poaD' "AA 555a 1Y.... Lake will IUft1&y-. .1.55. and apartments can be completed, final week today, with every facthty being strained to make
...- :i overlooking Mann go on sale Tuesday, it was .- .............. su.wuesewsass
coST MRD3 s - hnchad nt conversions. the President's Ball at the Coliseum Jan. 30. a hugesuccess. ,_' .
. windup IA1 wrsr..w Aa.n
-. announced the .
'"- 4 0rt fa 9004KUf yesterday by Greater Orlando Chamber of _- M .. ,. ......
CUt *-etit M.. 0* !>.*..- 1 _.--. = i 01 '-a--.. s
st.e t e.
14. j representsties|I -- ----- -- 947[ January ,|947JU Wilson Humber's band. which will furnish the music ... ....
I
I I .. ..... as I tr...... .s ..
: 7th annual CamelliaS Sales win be handled exclusivety -* "Dance, That Others 1 MM *** >W ....IkU for the bail is cot as well krrr.n 1 -- N 451 ....... ..

by Jennings and Strong Negro I deals. ta th "jrowiger et" as aft many j i sewed for U* elite at 1M nation ..try5ee es ci' _.es U
made with :
Show II < Negroes who waatptuperty May Walk"Attend 26 28 1p..afa. :. 1t r yaa.ar
real 27 29
estate 30 31.
, atenu.AQ ta the subdivision. .f th* poplar radio baada. fee perl4Kas. : :: .e =. : $3ad'
At Orlando contractors have The CelC ronaanue pre4irUthai ThePresident's 1 bit pepotatlen has been toat op I I,I : .. = : .I4.nlia..ee 44.. =
hs fw Wing 55.
a xrpQUtfcw .w. -
: .. been mvtted. to bulk In the subcUvtztan. Ike business otbtrlet te the i ij j94rebi ua sJ 9'F 7 unmet IN Gold Gout and ruUana "- I tar13e a = N 4i
Mead Garden under direction of the} Ball I 1 of the too pianists tt therRu..dg as53
.
area' wOl .
detetop ra Mty.Under : e.:: :: =: .. :;
ft Kev Tort
J (Federal Housing AdmI trash.. j !.. ?. ..s 1t.1.bd- Nor 4 JJ Prairie aooety tountrr spffttHtinr ta a.
the aaspice of the city Jan. SON >> $
Saturday Jan. 25 at : p.m! Lots wia be sold at cost.CSutrcn and the Ortaado XTUutiea CcczmuI $- Tbsntfay Xighi.the 1 P6Ca u
and all day *. c.II'" :: : III
and school ann already I strata' wd be pared and tb: "BoogK Woogte- VpcttfiB 44n,1 4544
] 1 HjJBtbfTi' riaa kere wta be. one I= :
I. 1 COLISEUM I ..... .
I m
haw been chosen and purcboued sidewalks LAd aaorur. 2345678 e. to
SundayScores eff the Cm OCCMOOM whew a m- 11 oa the temperament tts* aaO&C __ .. _ '4 -..
and some emplojera are planning A atX'Incb water main coaaect- bead has ndfa .. ,sew..ws 50 a es.wil
of Varieties of TekpLooo 4-444 fey Age society *pv*+ fad few a* krtarta* wW himczbra ...
to purcnasr tots and toad bosses tag Ux subc&vtaion. wan OrtanoWsBsnicipal I 10 llB13 15 .e.rs 54 -
t.bi r+ete.lasiorr. 9 1-1 Osmt Flertea. and a toP at* B._'"J'W ata Wstdm. Mmdme 7..e.5na 55 t. 5,.".. 4.
These Gorgeous BloomsOn for worthy Negro' employe water ts ._ -.... .
., vuffty expecv Benefit ef The Marsh 01 Duanraad. : tadace at the uu a ctpeeted II tog mail: yfapt&gfoic GIIe. re Y 'I
Exhibit I Already' more than too lots bare ed to be cc $el44 within &::L .161115 20 21Gj free fc U who want to tarn how am.r Y.s CI es a'U ->,._.r.-'s-.4 .4t.we .
been reserved for the. FHA on weeks. i aoe 4d Use boa or din arilyGt rt- ....... a rage t-Co*. II tw yarn's II .a w.....,.. eg M


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z Lear 1 t'nnltzJ! firnttitrl-&tar Orlando, Florida, January 26, 1947 I reigned earlier In Auburn Municipal

;Co-Ed System Jury Probe FatherSlayerPut Court and he was placed

1 in his mother' custody I pending
Dance FinaleOf Of 'Bribes'Demanded in
Custody a continued hearing, Jan. 10.

Urged (for State Sheriff Louis A. Gendron reported -
Of Mother
I the boy signed a statement

Dimes DriveContinued I Contmord from Pace 1] [Continued from Page 11 I I POLAND Me tAP Little Gene saying he struck his father Theo-

dore. 43, when the latter assaulted -
Anderson 13, charged with
man-
ida. Such a development seems desirable order preventing either Talmadgeor
> [ from Page 11] { Mrog and inevitable, but it Thompson from drawing on slaughter in the baseball bat his mother in their camp home

w 4 should come from specific needs $95,682 which was left in the bludgeoning of his father, was Thursday.
fingers, is also rated as tops in the I
that are not otherwise satisfac- !
State back home yesterday with his "If I hadn't hit him. It would
Executive
fbng bird classification. torily being met to Department fund i
so as assure mother-whom he Ionsmore '
i
[
motherthe
have been boy
my
that needless duplication of effort by retiring Gov. ArnalL ''
'Hal Huckel. president of the than anything else." 1
and of funds told newsmen. "In a Tm sorry -
County Chapter of the expenditure will be Thompson was sitting tight in way
Orange; avoided. This institution should the growing financial.crisis on the The c.-pound, three feet, 11 and in a way I'm not," he said.
national Foundation for Infantile also be co-educational." thesis that the more trouble Tal inch tall hUh school freshman (struggling to hold back tears. "1

Paralysis, yesterday urged complete The 194 Legislature author- madge runs into the more had a plea of innocent enteredin I I I had to defend my mother. I love
support of the March of bed a university in South Florida strengthed; will become his own his behalf when he was ar- her more than anything else.

Dimes campaign. but appropriated no funds position.
for such an institution. Neither
Thompson also that
"The end of the battle against suggested
polio is in sight" he declared. I the Legislature nor the Citizens'Committee the Legislature declare an immediate -
The wind up battles of every I specified the exact recess pending court
location for the South Florida CAMELLIA SHOW
adjudication of
campaign mually: are the hardest schooL the Governors
and most-costly: however. )4 deadlock, thus saving the State
At the same time the Citizens' $5,000 a day: in expenses for as-
"After years of research the na- Committee recommended creationof semblymen.But .
tion's scientists, aided and subsidized : a "university system." SPECIALSDon't
in part by the National "A program of unified control only positive action to
that break the log jam in State disbursing
Foundation discovered polio for all State institutions of higher -
is"=a virus disease, and now have I learning la considered machinery within the
Isolated the virus that causes itt the committee said. desirable capitol departments could keep miss the Camellia Show at Mead Garden Jan. 25-28.!
"Every resource of the Founda- "Florida has only a partial pro- normal services functioning. according here the finest blooms of Central Florida will be shown.

lion and science is now being gram. While the control of tufther; to State Auditor B E.I I I While in Orlando you are invited to visit my display of rare
trained to find out how and why education is vested in a board of Thrasher. His records indicated camellias many of which are now blooming. This display
the virus grot and develops and Control for the three institutionsof that six important agencies--the at my sales lot. will be open all day Sunday for your. inspection. -
Jlow to combat it to eventually I higher learning and for the Executive Revenue. Highway, I .
: ace polio in the same categoryps State School for the Deaf .and Military Public Safety and Parks I
yellow fever and typhoid fever as, Blind the State has not taken the Df'partment5-1IiU run put of op- I Am Offering These Special
which once scourged the world. 24 crating funds next Saturday. J
logical step of establishing a State
.4# lldti I Values Thru
Today Monday
: ","bea that fight Is won yourehUdreu c r . ,, university system. WASHINGTON [UP] I
= --------- ------ ------ --- ---- ---- -- "Instead it has two State Institutions -
and children be
.far more safe my and secure can than SHOWN' ABOVE IS ONE OF THE TABLES with I above, the first to be set up, was at the San Juan of higher learning for Senate Chairman Aiken R-Vtl of the I 18.24 Inch Field Grown, Bushy at only

I they new are.- he said."Dent milk bottles on It, each bottle labelled with the Pharmacy. It is manned by left to right Mrs. K. whites and one for Negroes eachheaded Executive said ExpendituresCommittee Specimens
last he will
name of a different State, wherein contributions to I. K. Warring Mrs. L. J. Jackson Jr.. Mrs. Harold by a separate president ask the night I 54
with dime, send Treasury what Federal
stop a
with each of the
n a dollar then have. change of the March of Dimes campaign can be dropped. Krebs. Miss Mary Helen Jacobs and Mrs. Jourdar for clearing presidents matters responsible - disbursements are being made to I Teutonla Pink Perfection
pertaining
Tables manned by volunteer women workers are Peterson. all members of the Junior Sorosis Cluo Kumasaka
art and make it $10.he asked. to his iru itution with the Georgia during the State's ru Prof. Sargent
I: The social functions that mark placed at strategic places In the city. The table I( Mrs. Krebs is committee chairman. Board of Control. natorial controversy. Candidissima Chandler Elegans 4 for $15

JIlt campaign are drawing to a The present procedure involves Aiken said, however that r-I
dose, but tables with milk bottles 4 a vast amount of detail "hardlv expected the
;)iare been placed on the street In [More PriceTumbles I Mild Weather and has to be
not operated to assure so rerklesj as to pay out I '
24.30 Inch Field Grown >
Various dUe of the county in Specimens
r desirable co-ordination to the
among money wrong parties. I only
Jrrgcii ewtttriSmtkws ran be placed. l l.e Prevails Over the institutions. Moreover, all of
Business and 1 Seen The inquire was suggested by :
fend members ef the the members of the Board of Colonel Flrey Brilliant
rofesiQBSl Women's Club are j; Sen. Tavlor D-Idaho[ ] who said
I Most of Nation Control
are appointed over alour.
JUCrif ia the solicitation of funds 1 [ that until the Georgia: courts Colonial Pink Cameo PInkKrUinftonia
period thus giving
.*t theatres throughout the city. Over NationContinued x 9J v ,x I I (IB/ The Associated Press] each year Governor complete control cide who is legally Governor de-I! Hermes 4 for $20
Contributions cave been lasting, I Unseasonably mild weather continued over the board during his term would appear that no Federal official -
Jjut a few replies from the special : [ from Page 1] In most sections of the of office .could safely disburse anfunds' I ALL
PLANTS GUARANTEED TO BE FIELD
slfj letters sent out 1&11eek are to the State.
tile trade to reduce Its profits I country yesterday. and the weath- > Under the system. the present I
oeginninx to come in. it was re- II
ported. 'II "until we find the point where I er man did not foresee any major women's college would become the I the I GROWN BLOOMING SIZE SPECIMEN
j University of Florida at what-
the public will play ball with
University of Florida at Tallahassee I
School ehSdren. under P-TA
}i change until tonight. ever city is selected.In PLANTS
lIS. i the University would be known I
sponsorship, have been filling [
I A Federal forecaster at Chicago addition, the committee rec-
as the University of Florida at I
ofarca of Dimes cards and appeals Significantly a drop in national i
too early to whether real Winter I
say -
said a cold would reach :Min:
are being made at civic and retail sales for the first time snap Gainesville and the proposed
j nesota and the Dakotas by Sunday Florida institution weather was on its way back. N. L. HASTY
u&cheon club meetings.Ar9entine 'since early last October was re-1 South would behe Dr Edgar T.. Morphet. executive JR.
night, with
( I temperatures possibly
I ported for the week ended Wednesday secretary of the Citizens' Commit
going to zero in that regiontomorrow.
by one business research predicted but he said it was tee, said the school's courses were
[ Move 1 group. 4 j !ommended calling the Florida A. not confined to agricultural and I 44 East Colonial Phone 2-2162
;' Even more convincing evidence It will be colder throughout the and M. College for Negroes the mechanical subjects and that the I
I of coming price decreases m some North Central States tomorrow> 'Florida State College for Negroes :'name was misleading. j
food lines came from the Futures i t I
:Markets, where traders grow fat .1 !
jOn Nazis Hailed i lor thin by contracting now for I

i1 ALPHONSE CAPONE
I-
WASHINGTON [AP In an uniisual . spectacular: life ends .
statement apparently foreshadowing kets in Chicago.one could buy butter ;:: (': .' .
improved relations with for June delivery for 52.75 .

Argentina' the U. S. yesterday of- ,cents a pound.Wheat for September Capone Hated . .. :' .
Ilclally welcomed an Argentine delivery was a shade above .
Uecree:! for taking over Axis firms. S1.74 a bushel as against yester- , .
Scar That Gave #
Si I At the same time this govern- day's $2.19. .
nent made plain that it still Is
During the week declines were
ooking to Pres. Peron to rid Ar- recorded in the cotton gram, Him His NameCHICAGO

,entina of all Axis agents there. livestock and butter markets. ,- -: .
( The statement was Issued aihort Cattle prices were the lowest [API The livid slash ... : '
time after Ambassador Mes- since OPA ceilings wree removed that branded the late Scarf ace AI
ertmith. a storm center of'Ameran Ode 15.Nope.of. Capone left cheek, according to I'j '. j
diplomacy for several months, .these drop or others gangland legend, was the resultof .
nferred with Secretary: of State could be takea as any indication a Brooklyn dance hall brawl. ( '
arshall and told newsmen hill e that the high general price structure Capone hated the scar that gave )d
return to his post at Buenos; was suddenly crumbling and him his name.
fret! as soon as travel arrange- mighV/all\ dovn. Prices on some In his heyday as the world's .. .'1
Inenta can be made. items\ obviously were due to rise most notorious gangster there
t Messersmith also saw Asst. Sec. even higher, including probably were reports he was shaved asiIT'S 'i

if State Braden. whose handling women's appareL CA-POMr-EH! ,
>f Argentina affairs he has crittized. retailI I '-,;
Many producer and CHICAGO (AP) Tbe Italian 1
Indications are that !in re- found it pronunciation of the of ;
en necessary to Increase name I
.
timing to Argentina. Messer- prices because of the 17.5 the Scar-Faced former Chief of .
mlth's main task is to negotiateUrther ...... V
per cent boost In freight rates. Chicago's Underworld is Al- '
with the Peron ; Phon'-Se Cah-Pone'-Eh. .
ratlon for deportation of I Even In the processed food lines. Here .
however, he was just Al Ca-
jmy agents still.in the adm1nLs-j Paul S. Willis president of the t Pone'. .
.
Grocery_ Manufacturers of AmerIca i .
Lowest year for Florida orange said yesterday that many often as four times a day to make 1
induction o was 1899 when the consumer were getting a false : the scar less noticeable. He usually

)tate produced only 273,000 boxes. Idea.Actually" I i i' wore'his hat tilted in an effort to
1 1I' I he said. "surplussesexist hide !it. The blemish ran from his )
Yere Stomach Ulcer PainsNapoleon's mainly on citrus Juices carrots 'forehead down to his cheek.

I'I:; Waterloo? I I apricots, beets.for low-grade which there peas Is and asuddenly I I I I Capone and some of his fellow
mobsters claimed the jagged
,,... If.-, _h. rmxacrM nattou mand. lessened consumer: de I t farrow was the result of a war ..
ION .
iBuwll. stun W atteFM.ttaa pttn "In order to wound, suffered in the First
wlw rt duUTMMd with Wwo.th *r move these stocks I rts
l Mine tadumioa. lu MIIU." h..n.> (retailers are World War I
offering them at
E- '.lfal... .....ue.. '1...i .>4 otlxf
\ ctuud h, *.*t... MM thrald ter .special reduced prices, which has Court. records show, however,
.
.ar ."0.1"'....avt FT.let.. .'at_Ud u.st.. T ee..bW...InH free or (given the false Impression that all that the Naples-born Capone got
.i.r. kn t. MONCT and a.t DOVBJ..a yona I canned goods prices were moving no closer to the front than his
< sacs -d.. "rapidly downward. draft board.
-
i Frank Oanuccio, a minor! New
Ii ,York hoodlum has been credited
I with carving the crease In AI's
il face. The story has it that Gallucclo. -
who associated with Capone
I in the Utters "prep" days with
,
the notorious five-points crowd in ,
I: Brooklyn, swung a knife on Al
COST 'when'
THE Capone insulted his sister
t 1 at a dance.
Iiii I The story that Capoce. himself

ii 1 MEDICAL CARE preferred, as related by one of his
OF high-paid legal aids to a reporter.
was he was struck by a piece of "r::
iiII i a shrapnel while leading his regi
seI ment "over the top" after the out- "

II fit s commander was shot down. L. -' .
I o
''pjeh -1
'Car of Tomorrow'To :


h I II j *That the cost of medical care has risen. DO Please Milady, .:
I Ii'
I one can deny.But the rise a
his
cot been out of Designer Predicts .- .

I i'':I of proportion to the general) advance in the cost n DETROIT UPI A noted auto .

_, living.At the same time the quality 01 med- a mobile designer says the "car of
*: ical service has beta immeasurably( tomorrow" wiu have plenty of ap '
S improved. peal for women especially be HE'S WISHING FOR A
Consider that today you physician has in- cause of Its greater beauty. I
I'f', vested ( Industrial Designer .
rom eight to tea years and about tea < -= Walker thinks George W .
in
terms of
I thousand untilhe'i in his education tloe-He h" chance lights and beauty-but with high a I! .

i 10 earn is 'CDfY'six( or practical eye on costs and the' QO"butt.
U. must have 'CDty-IC1'CQ years old. purchaser's pocketbook Hj: motto
tn office in a Is beauty
good neighborhood. good and utility. :: /RENO
equipment." a car. good clothes. {Walker hard-headed
knows that w-omen-&nd. to .
I Pharmacy too. has stepped up ics suadtrdi. Almost ter degree men-lot* for arCIt.1
1 every te now requires four of jln a ear and he wants to p TAILORED BY DAROFF .
years college aod I
When he
a
year gets out his
I or two of : I
I practice before *<*tta*oa. AH this adds CQ he has his mM on fe m&une ,

I better medical service for you.Angebilt up !,I wort taste So.add to highkghu.rough outlines color ate J I i!; Her wish matches his . and while quantities are still limited, Rutland's will have, from ',' .


lie ..euit ferret throe a" >! .
time time small of these
stainless steel sad pastel shades. f to shipments tine suits .

I "Cars are designed largely for I

'I Pharmacy japeal i to women since they oak that .
i ablest M per cent of the pur- exemplify style leadership, flattering fit and -

27 N. Orange A... Phone 9S31 cauus." Walker s jWomen I

I I ate a great bright increase colors in so panels.-then wia be I long-term value. Watch for them.

Walker rc* :.* that men ted
!

San Juan Pharmacy i i to vherta object because to tutored they were steering con- $55 ai'ailablt&H! i

i idrrtd ":.)'." Now sm Uke. eclcrs. J

2 N. Oronge A' e. Phone 5169 I'I W'a.ktt.ao. : : believes that car I tchrn .::1 S-

I of the future; will hare up of

''L-- transparent plastics to permit aiperfect Deerw 7 to s Mas' Worldrage
:"' ? r [' ni-.ro--; -_ -_ o"' __ ..,;.. .:::;'IJ 1J most a.-d van, s de. back and sp-

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Miss Shelton'sMarriage [ New England Women Form Woman's Club I Orlando, Florida, January 26, 1947 cljr $unDag -rtltlnrl- -2.Rr Page 3

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Padgett. weekend from the Orlando Memorial Spartanburg. S. C. are visiting in
Group Holds Church Group Has Card McClellans Mr. and Mrs.. W. A. Johnson of Hospital where he has been a DeLand. While here they are staying -

Barberville have a son born : i at the Florida-Kentucky Club.

Announced Dinner Meet At Kissimmee Make HomeIn day at the DeLand patient.
Party Thurs.1 Mrs. W. S. Steerman celebratedher In using the dry method of
birthday Thursday. She was under; ideal
[Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star]_ lr MRS. L A. GUESSAZ [Specie! to The Sunday Sentinel-Star By MKS. J. Z. ECKLES pital.Mr.. and Mrs. Joseph honored with a surprise party and I curing pork two and conditions &-
days pound
per
Cocoa-Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] KISSIMMEE party was held (Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] DeLand i Pennsylvania are visiting MrsHappe's guests included Mr. and Mrs. Tom I the standard curing time. Under
Shelton of Wilson Ave announce at the home of Mrs. Robert Eby !! sister Dora Mc- Dixon. Mr. and Mrs.. Alex D. Lit-
New Eng- OCOEE-The
ST. CLOUD-NinetJ' community proJ-
Thursday night at 8 o'clock to [Special to The Sundcy. Sentinel-Star] I = I farm conditions, however. It is
the marriage of their daughter, organize icreight at her -e hi Orange tlefield. Mrs. Hermoine Dixon Mr.
landers attended a dinner meeting a young women's group ect for the "March of Dimes"wilbe I I advisable to allow: three days per
Miss Bette Shelton. to Mr. James I DELAND-Mr. and Mrs. Russell | I and Mrs. Charles Rhode, Mr. and
A. McCafferty AMMl-c. of Arka- at the Community Club House which will be a part of the Presby-I a party sponsored by the L. McClellan who were married I City.Edwin Thome of Seville is visiting Mrs. Kenneth Jones. Mr .and Mrs. !pound for curing. A 10-pound ham

delphia. Ark. The ceremony was Tuesday with Reuben Ward pre- terian Women's Assn. Woman's Club at the club house i last Sunday are making their his grandparents In Dotnan.! Louis Cunningham and Mr. and i will cure in 30 days while sides
performed at Folkston, Ga. This new organization will be I I home at 548 W. Ohio Ave. Mrs. Mrs. Walter West. of bacon will cure in from 10 days
siding. I Tuesday at 8 o'clock. Ga.Mr.
to two weeks. At the end of the
Jan. 18.Witnesses. made up of young Presbyterian ladies McClellan is the former Miss Lau- and Mrs. Henry Witte and The American Legion Auxiliary
The St. Cloud Kindergarten Mr. and Mrs H. B. Flewelling i' curing period, scrub off the salt
to the ceremony were who are interested in further- raine Varnadoe.At daughter. Penny, of Fenton. Mich, I will hold a dance at the Legion
the bride's parents and Mr. and pupils. 20 in number with Mrs. ing the work of the church, its entertained at their home on I, the regular meeting of De- are the guests of Mrs. Witte's parents Hall on George Washington's with warm water, let the meat dry

,Mrs. E. J. Thomason. of Cocoa. Grace Stevens instructing. presented missions and other projects. AfterMrs. I I Starke Lake Wednesday honoring Land Chapter No. 16. O.E.8. last Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Miller in birthday. Mrs. W. W. Jones Mrs. I and smoke it.CIGAREUES. _
13 numbers including the Lester Geisler spoke on the week degrees of the order were re-,, Orange City. Walter' Glatzau and Mrs. Frank
The bride has been employed
Rhythm Band. Among those featured background and the purposes of Mr. and Mrs. Metzger and Mrs. ceived by J. L. Moody and Jody Emory Smith who is now resid- Bell are on the decorations and 'UV.KSSPOPULAR
by the local telephone company I were Jimmie Price. Flora the Women's Assn, an election of I I Ann Roberts of Harvey. BL Mrs. Snowden. ing in Orlando recently visited his advertising committee' and Miss

and the Daytona peach telephone Way Aloha Wills and Mary and officers for Group III was held.;i Metzger is Mrs. Lu Flewelling's Visiting Stars attending included parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Smith Jeanette DeBeUa is in charge of BRANDS
office for the past three years. I Marcia Watkins, twins. Mrs. Robert Eby was elected chair- sister. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J. J. Sherman and Mr. and in Seville. getting an orchestra.: WRITE FOR ORDER CARD

The bridegroom has been stationed A meeting of Osceola Encampment man Mrs. Jack Brooks vice Metzger and Mrs. Ann Roberts of Mrs. Perry of Massachusetts; Mrs Mrs. Robert H. Brown and Mrs.H. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mix are anxi- Send no moneyc."wau.a..oa

at Banana River Naval Air I I No. 15. L O. O. F. was held chairman; Mrs. A. J. Alderman Harvey. HI. Mr. and Mrs. Graham H. M. Larchar. Mr. and Mrs. Carlisle A. Scarlet are visiting Mrs. 1 ously awaiting the arrival of their ..
Station here for the past two this week at which time officers secretary and Miss Rosemary Watson and Mrs. Lu Flewell- Mrs. Anne Walker and Miss Jack Cuttle in Lake Wale!. son Paul Jr- who has arrived in ._, casein=

years. They will make their home were installed by D. D. Grand Barber treasurer.It ing of Gotha Mr. and Mrs. Buzz Mary Conklin. aU of New York Mrs. Julius Peel and Mrs. J. L. San Diego. Calif after' spendingover ,.r,.. wn.oo.

here.Itiilburn. Patriarch J. Z. Bagdigian and was decided that the group! Flewelling and Miss Dorothy Fle- and Mrs.Addie Wood of Connecticut. Layman of Williamston. N. C. are two years with the Marinesin ., JL..1 :G1_.1f..
will meet once a month on the Hostesses for the evening were spending a week la' DeLand.C. China.
staff of Orlando in in- welling.
stallation. an open second Tuesday afternoon at 3o'clock Oscar A. Rollinger of Jennings. Mrs.Mack Frierson and Mrs. Gene F. Van Wie will return this Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Andrews of ,1L1t., jr vlrtLLl
\ / at the home of one of its'
There were 48 visiting Odd Fellows members, the first meeting to be Ohio Is spending several weeks at

and Rebekahs present and held Feb. 11 with Mrs. A. J. Alder- the home .of Mrs. Lena Newton
Ludicke 15 Encampment members. Charles man at 511 Main St. The organi- and Misses Rowena and Lucile

Jolley is chief patriarch: W. H. zation of Group III is being sponsored -! McDanieL

Mann high priest; J. H. Ferris by Mrs. Clyde Nelson and I, Herbert H. Calhoun F 2-c sta-
Nuptials HeldSpecial and C. W. Lincoln wardens: A. Mrs. Lester Geisler. who are both tioned at Norfolk Va., is spend-

W Cams scribe; G. B. Jeffers. members of an older group of the ing leave with his parents. Mayor ii n nf +
[ to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] treasurer; Paul Harden guide; Presbyterian Women's Assn. I i and Mrs. W. H. Calhoun.Mr. .
COCOA-The marriage of Miss Francis Harden. Will Mann. At the close of the business session -' and Mrs Buzz Flewelling

Margaret Ludicke daughter of George Keen and Wallace Smith refreshments were served and have returned from a week's visit
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Ludicke. of I'watches: Robert Lackey and Dan Mrs. Eby was assisted by Mrs.Nelson with the latter's relatives. Mr.

Cocoa to Mr. Murray W. MU-I I Mann sentinels; Ray Charlestonand Mrs. Geisler Mrs. Aldermanand and Mrs. Henry Watkins. in GorcU
burn Jr. son of Mr. and AlVin Banks guards of tents. Mrs. Brooks. Others presents' and Tuscaloosa. Ala.
W. Milburn. of Jacksonville was I were Mrs. Earl Stienman, Mrs. Ed-(I Miss Belle Porter is visiting
The Mary
regular meeting of Fred- -
Miss Helen
ward Partin, Johnston.
performed Saturday. Jan. 18. at erick Punston Camp was conducted Mrs. Howard Stark. Mrs. Norton her aunt and uncle. Mr. and -

10 am. at St. Mary's Catholic I I by the new president. T. B. and Mrs. Tommy Horner.Woman's i Mrs. Buck Porter in Thomaston.
Church. Rockledge. Father Hinton last week. I
I
Ga.Mrs.
Michael officiating.
Reynolds Seven new members were inducted L. A. Foster of Topeka.
The bride is a native of this I' into the camp two as recruits Club I:I Kansas is visiting her grandmother -
community and was a member !!
and five by transfer. Mrs. Ruby Perritte.
of this year's graduating cla.saat Mr. and Mrs. Nial Handley an-
the local high schooL Plans Polio
nounce the birth of a son. named
The bridegroom Is associated Miss Paterson Roger Clinton at Florida Sani- T
with his father in business in tarium Jan. 15.
Cause
Jacksonville. He has attended the Project
Mrs. E. Black and son. R. T.
Becomes Bride
University of Delaware.
The Sentinel-Star] Black returned Thursday.
[Special to Sunday
The making -
young coupl.. are now
TITUSVILLE Titusville Woman's Mrs. Chessie Boyd of Atlanta
their home in Jacksonville. visited Mrs. W. B. Osteen and
At CocoaSpecial Club held a benefit dessert I
card party at the club buildingat family recently.
Miss\ White ( to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] 1:30 pjn. Tuesday. Playerswere I I Miss Reba Hall of Toledo Ohio

COCOA-The marriage of Miss seated at 17 tables of the who is visiting her cousin. Mrs.C. .
I E., Goodson. left Thursday to
rooms which were attractively
To Wed Marion Gordon Paterson. daughter -
decorated with bamboo and cieba visit relatives in Leesburg.
of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Paterson blossoms I I Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Starling are

Mr.\ ClarkS of Cocoa to Ralph Simmons Bridge prize winners were Mrs. I, announcing the birth of a daugh-

Jackson son of Mrs. Frances S Frank Schuster. Mrs M. J. Ed- 'i ter Jan. 18.Pilot. _

[ to The Sunday Sentinel-Star Jackson and the late Mr. JohnC. wards. Mrs. Charles T. Turner.

TTTUSVILLE-Mr. and Mrs. Jackson. of Winter Park was Mrs. Henry Goethe. Mrs. T. M. Club
Ralph T. White announce the engagement performed Wednesday night. Jan. Seaw ell. Mrs. W. E. Seaman. Mrs. _

of their daughter, Eliza- 15, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Fresh. Mrs. Fred Bell Mrs.

beth Eleanor, to Noel W. Clark, Jack Allen. The Rev. C. C. Sellers Burrell Thome Mrs Herbert Plans Social

son of Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Clark, pastor of Rockledge Presbyterian Thompson. Mrs. R. V. C. Smith. _

Both of the young people are Church officiated.The Mrs. George B. McVay of St.!
veterans of World War H. Miss Allen home was beautifully Louis won the rummy prize. ''Meet Tuesday '

Whiteserved In the Woman's decorated for the occasion. tall Prizes in 500 games were won by ,
Army Corps and Mr. Clark servedIn vases of white gladioli and fern Mrs. Jessie Kleinman. and Mrs. I ly MAYME HODGKIN
the radar service overseas. flanking the fireplace where the J. Eakin. (Special to The Sunday Sent,nel-Star]

Miss White is a graduate of couple stood for the ceremony Hostesses were Mrs. Ira Nobles SANFORD-The social meeting
Chautauqua. N. T. high schooL and white gladioli and other cutflowers chairman. Mrs. Harry Miley. Mrs. I I of the the Tourist Pilot Club will be held at \ Kitchen Wall Cabinets-Cabinet Bases I
Center
and a former student of Ashland used profusely throughout ''s. J. Goldberg. Mrs. E. W. Carter. Tuesday night,
j presided over by Mrs. Raw-
College. Mr. Clark was educated the house. Mrs. H. 1.. Vaughan Mrs. H. T. Mary
to Titusville and Kansas City. Mo. The bride chose a green gabar- I Williams. ,I line Alex president.Johnson Streamline your kitchen with built-in wall cabinets and base Save yourself Urn. steps,
agricultural instructor
dine suit with black accessoriesfor Approximately *100 was addedto at the Seminole High- haTe more room. Made of kiln-dried hardwood finished in snow whit enameL Red

the occasion and wore a corsage the building fund from the School is recovering at his home i I Battleship work tops with smart protective edoin?. Select site to lit your own kitchen
A WeakRMiItwiFeeling of purple orchids. Her only benefit party.Rev. from a serious illness. Ii layout.

attendant was Miss Bett Jones. Miss Martha Brown has return

Is Of tea The bridegroom's only attendant ed to her home after several days 30" CABINET BASE 42.95 30" WALL CABINET 22.95
was his brother. Donald Jackson. Sawyer spent at Tallahassee visiting with
The bride granddaughter of I her cousin. Miss Alice Steed of -

A Warning Gordon the late Paterson.Mr. and pioneer Mrs. William Cocoa Speaks ToWoman's Orlando the FSWC.and other Sanford girlsat 36" CABINET BASE 44.95 36" WALL CABINET 27.95

resident and of Mrs. Martha L. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moore of
That The Red-Blood Franklin and the late Mr. Ben Club I Lauren. S. C. are here visiting 48" CABINET BASE 58.00 48" WALL CABINET 32.95

Is Getting Lowif jamin Francis Franklin Is a friends.
.
graduate of the local high school (Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] Mrs. R. E. Reed has gone to
do eat'* >Ilk.Dom last ***. do Miami. '
..r: 's Uw ur to b* up and 4o4n and the late Emory-Riddle FlyingSchool. Cocoa-"Literature and Life" I J
why not ebca-up on jour Mood' She is now employed In I was the topic of the Rev. JamesA. Miss Jackie Brotchie expects to
strength Look at tbs palm of your visit in Auburn. Ala.. and
I t Neptune
the office of Faulk and '
Coleman address to the Wom-
hand your Bnceraalls. your Up. tile Sawyer's .
Beach next week.Mrs .
lobM of your ...- n they pal sad off local contractors.The I i an's Club at their meeting here
'j A. J. Smith of Macon. Ga., }
eolortKTMT
,
bridegroom attended
''Tuesday. Rev. Sawyer' was -
prejsented
dr-vrvrr hour-mnitotu of jls visiting here with her brother- y
schools in Florida and
lU tortaram South by Mrs. George Jewett
tiny 4'biood-c- mu t pour I in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs.
( u.. marrow of your ban* to r.- Carolina served In the Army for 1 program chairman.i . [ a-,
plaoe tbcm ..... are worm-out. A low three and one-half and b Henry McLaulin "
blood count our *fle* you la .....1w years i Announcement of a dinner to I Mrs. Ann McNeil returned yes- '
.T.: DO .pp ttt.. UD4........ BonrT now employed with the SouthernBell be served by club: members Feb. 'terday from New York where she' It"
.. Telephone and
.
ruaclOWD.lIUoD., lack Telegraph Co.
a
.
19 In the club rooms was made. ;has been r
,..a.ta_ to latcctloa sad I on a buying trip for
To r al nltef you dl.a..a.p tip here.Following i i The dinner will be open to the Powell Co.Bishop l
your blood trancta.Medical autfcorltiM.by I a honeymoon trip : public and proceeds will go towards Henry Loutitt of Orlando
aaalyila of tb* blood. ba.. by poaltl through the State the newlyweds
proof shown that 884 Toeio UamaaUkflr the various projects which will be the principal speaker at the
are now at home in the CarmaltI
tHcUTo la bulletins- up .low the club helps sponsor. I general meeting of the Woman's
blood trtnftb la _-.... nutrttranal I Apartments Cocoa. I Hostesses for the day mere: Auxiliary at Holy Cross Episcopal Use Sears Easy
J
annala. Tbla to duo to ibo 683Tonio !
formula which contains pedal I Mrs. Gus C. Edwards. Mrs. O. B. Church Monday at 3 pm.
Birth Announcements Plan Steel Strip Chair Glider Strip Chair Linoleum CoveringEnameled
sad 'm activating $n= sots' Bovard and Mrs. Harry Frank. The subject of Bishop Loutitt'stalk Payment
Aim TonM bipa onjoy tae will be "the mission of the
food Mt by the matrtedlrottv COCOA-Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H "Early American Transportation 2.88 3.19ctzAaasclt .50
you incnulnf (
9.95 NOW
j 6.95 NOW
On Purchases Reg.
church
and world relief. There Reg.
.
_
lute* It to aoacaaatallytoeIltu.x.aaetythustb.tc Faulk. m. announce the birth of will be the subject of a I Surface
a son. William James Jan. r to be discussed by Miss will be only a few minutes business .
on paper .
acb wan bar lltuo caua \o get balky 1 conducted at this meeting. Over 10 Dollars Tkcrt to dtHtktta itmtort IB thU wags Iw r Blrt. r...y tIMtaf.AtuacU .( war$5 dewatve Mt. .m
with gas bloat and glee OK that aour 20. In Tallahassee. Mrs. Faulk is ,Mary Sue Sherrod at the next trip steel CM*. Ideal for yoarporch >*ly ...m.t 4 tm wait* and tor BKcara *r kwcarwMa tl.seL
Sand tuts.Don't the former IDea Lanier daughter meeting of the Philip Perry Chapter i or .*rr' '..... Ball oa a ttroac I''''. saves. nkvUr Ml fraau.Eaiy U.M markl Biira. rM bus
rkte.rd-Mood wmltl KntrflM Start oa your 6SS! Teals body with aow. of the late Mr. and Mrs. B. F. DAR. when that group meets I Geneva tussle r .(.*! fraa.. to BMV are W.White S hat wtt. Umlt4 waoty, '

All vtconMM Mood mircw throucaoutyour Lanier of this city. The father is Tuesday afternoon at 2 30.
what body, rear fiannmi and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. 11 Mrs. O. B. Bovard will be host-

sloop tnafta Nt_should. ,...Buko M&&.you. work at bate bate Faulk Jr. of Rockledge.Mr. ess to the group at her home in OrchestraTo FlexibleVenetian
play betty bar a boaltliy color flow la and Mrs. Lucius Hunt My- City Point.Civic.
your akin-Ana n .a ml out hollow ers of Houston. Texas.,formerlyof I .
plaeM. UlllkMia of bottto void, tot abottlo
from your drug .tor*. MB Toatobalpa Cocoa.: announce the birth of a Club Play!
Build Sturdy Haalta. son. John Rodman on Jan. 15. at .
Houston. i I {Son Sentiel-Stwl; H
SANFOREt Miss LaVerne Dun- .
SponsorsBridge kel. talented violinist of Geneva. !t

will lead a six-piece orchestra at Blinds
the supper of the Men's Club at
AMAZING VALUES Party I the Presbyterian Church Monday.

lx.c':I to ti SoldoSenfnelSforT The orchestra composed of all xe x xI Join the
Geneva .
musicians. Includes R. H.Kretzer
ALTAMONTE SPRINGS The 6.98
i drums: Miss Lillian 64-l.n. Long
Civic Club sponsored a benefit
194. MOTORCYCLES Moran; pianist: Miss Mary Louise MARCHOF
bridge party Wednesday at the .. trumpet; Miss Frances Le-
'I Community House. Hostesses for FilLs clarinet; and Miss Fare EaaII7 downed -naI' ...... Turkish Towel
the ten tables of bridge were
IMMEDIATE DELIVERYROYAL I Yarborough. saxophone. are back. Tb atreng Mtatds
Mmes E. T. Haines O. W. Locke. .59
Guest speaker will be Frank 18x36
H. Muench. W. Goddard. Tea was f that went chip er crafk.SmoalbJy .
Mulholland of Ohio and Eustis. a
II served to 48 guests past president of the Rotary Club. flnbbetf In baaedcaneL
ENFIELD 125CC MODEL WDRE Real estate sales are reaching. The meeting win begin at 7 tun. I Attractive fan-U. SJI watt ...... war. Ckal see. DIMES
.
an all time high with several property sat .... aWebat sass is _
LIGHT WEIGHT ECONOMICAL TO OPERATE transactions this month and beard laWn mrvhanktm.. IB
I AU .... at ... waea cIeQe"," JANUARY IS-90
new houses being built. Center Ivory MUM Iacbes vide. Halt t mr Jt.
70 MILES TO GAL GAS TOP SPEED APPROX. 60 I Mr. and Mrs. Jackmaa have began "

I construction on a home on I
I Lake Orients. The home of Mr. Readies
I and Mrs. Carlyle Swofford on
$99.00 Down $249.00 $25.00perMo. 1 Lake Drive Is nearing completion, FOR HARD-TO-FIND ITEMS

I also. the home of Mr. and JoIn.I Program r
I Clifford Gilbert on Mau land Ave.
A two-story house is being built ( ,*.. '.r t: Ttw- Ssrkr S.'evwl.Star1 i r
by Mr. and Mrs Don Harris on SANFORD "Canada New FOROUTOFSTOCK
LARGE SIZE-EquIrolent to Harley 7"- Lake Florida. York Night" wtn be the attraction

Bore 70MM Stroke 90MM 350CC I airs. Ed Eauminser from Sa at the sanford Tourist Center '
vannah. Ga, is ttsiu&f her parents Monday at c p.m. This will be a MERCHANDISE
Hydromotic Transmission SpeedPrecision . Mr. and ).{ra. B. D. Mclnto&h. musical program featuring a f /

vocal selections. and violin
Built-All Gears Hand MachinedThe quartet
Friends of lira. L. U. Anders harmonica and piano ....
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lt4e- & &rntintl-8tnr a mutual defense alliance. Both have military THE PUBLIC THOUGHT
uJ! alliances with Russia.

ORLANDO. FLA. I Does this mean that these former alliesof IQ 1 AMEN Cow
Tenure Act Should Die
Published weekly. New Years Day Fourth of July! Labor ours are going less than all out to make ,
Day Thanksgiving Day and Christmas by Sentinel-Star Co the UN setup work? We are fearful that I
Orlando: Daily Newspapers. Inc.] at 238 South Orange Ave. By JOHN BRANSCOMB
Orlando. Fla is just what these alliances mean. I II Says One Who Heard Debate

Entered... at Florida seeond-elasa under the matter Act of at March the Post 3d. 187 Office. a'OrlaJld. I What then can we do to protect our own I Another connoiseur of boyS. sitting next to me definition to fit him and ways and means to help i, ._,

national interests? ''in the Amen Corner said. "A boy is a piece of him to be a better man than his daddy. We were Editor:, The Sunday Sentinel Star:
TELEPHONE Departments 4161 skin stretched over an appetite. He eats only when discussing what a boy is hi the Amen Corner
Subtcrtpuon Price Sunday Onty $SJO Per Yr. First we can keep fighting and working 1 one I, I am sure anyone who heard the
I I to formula. awake." Sunday and some wag said "A boy is Nature's debate of the Teacher Tenure Act
develop a lasting
MUTIM A..__. FususNn HIMIT IAUH. ,EDITORIAL DiucreiJatiM peace Having a boy at my house. I know what a bottomless answer to that belief that there is no such thingas
CAWTHOK, Gm't MHo Gio. NIWMMT. A.... MAMACI I Permanent peace is our No. 1 objective, before the League of Women
I I
of
pit be is. and what enermous quantities perpetual motion. A boy can run like a deer
Voters left there with a firm conviction
Louis M. ANMIMH. Nrw E*. MAHCU.Uwtiitci, CLASSIFUS Dvft upon this we all agree. We still own the food he can consume.. I know a boy who, declares swim like a fish climb like a squirrel, balk like a' that something should be

NO .UT CONSONMI SKIITAIT TttASutia atomic bomb secret presumably and uni- that he only likes two kinds of pie.. "hot and cold." mule, bellow like a boll and eat like a pig, according,done to cut the ham-string that

"Member of The ASMcUted Press versal knowledge of its destructive power When I was a kid I never seemed to get enoughto to climatic conditions." I I is crippling our educational sys

flw".Associated to the use Press for re-pubhcation is exclusively of entitled aU should create a desire for lasting agree- eat. Times got right hard when I was living with That's one man's opinion and having been a tem. The whole thing sums up to

news dispatches. aeeredited to it or DOt grandma and that's when I learned to love corn- boy myself I am prone to agree that most boys whether a handful of incompetent
otherwise accredited in this paper and 4 ment.Meanwhile ourselves.Our bread. In fact I ate so much of that stuff that have within them all of the qualities and characteristics teachers can retard our whole sys
alas the local news published herein. < we must protect tem. What is needed most is to
AH rights for re-publieation of special finally when biscuits got plentiful grandma had that go to make up a first class menagerie.
defense budget. is large, true, and the raise the educational standards to,
herein also reserved. t
oUcpatches are to put them between two pieces of cornbread before *
level with
maintain defense forcesare the highest possible '
PAGE JANUARY 28. un taxes required to I could eat them. During the depths of the Boy Scout Week will, be observed Feb. 7 salaries to match. When this is cation for our children should

heavy. depression she used to feed us ox tongue for breakfast through the 13th- This if our opportunity to done we'll have no trouble gettingthe mean far more to us than a phony
V, TODAY'S THOUGHTS Operation Iceberg and the other Arctic I I and ox tail soup for supper in order to make salute the boys and magnify one of the greatest best teachers and they won't law of security for this handful

i'm the fear of the Lord Is strong confidence: and and Antarctic projects of the Army, Navy both ends meet. movements in the nation. Many churches will demand a Tenure Act to hold their of Incompetent teachers.

In,'children shall have a place of refugePro- and Air Forces are indications that our But let us recognize that boys hunger for be including a program in their calendars that jobs.-The- -security-of--a good- edu-- V, C.K.- -

verbs, 14:28. military men are facing the problem of something more than food. They are hungry for will accentuate the Importance of Scouting and

fc Western Hemisphere defense squarely. fellowship and truth and beauty. They are readyto present to scores of the boys In our community WASHINGTON TREADMILL
.Give God thy broken heart. He whole will follow any decent sincere and sympatheticfellow the opportunity to enter a field of work and jife :
Until obtain and maintain the military ,
make lt-Edmund Prestwlch we who, will challenge them with a great pro- that will enable them to develop Into finer -

.. ===== establishments in the Western Hemisphere gram. Lnfortnnately they can be captivated by tans and more useful people.. I White House Put on Spot

nAustralia's Labor SituationUR which our military leaders tell us indecent insincere and dangerous fellows, too. It's a strange thing but the only material you

are necessary for security, we have not Remember the Paper Hanger over in Germanyand can make a man out of is a boy. We keep hearing ,
LAWMAKERS IN Washington, done the job demanded by the return to the Big Chin down in Italy. again and again that the boys of today will be the : About Florida Water PlansBy

CI. seeking ways and means to maintain old military lineups in Europe. i It's up to the dads and lovers of youth to afforda men of tomorrow. And that's a fact. That leads me

I Jr peace by law, would do well to look Let's make the UN work-sure, but until -! fellowship and a leadership in which our youthcan to say that it is vitally important that we do I FRANK A. KENNEDY

Australia for a method which has been its success is an actuality, let's protect' impose confidence with the assurance that everything in our power to create an atmosphere WASHINGTON-About to pop into the open is the long

fried/and found successful. I ourselves against eventualities. they will not let them down. in which boys will find it easy to be good. Too I smouldering resentment of the House Appropriations Committee -

There a national court of arbitration I i long we have subscribed to the fallacious philosophy concerning the White House action last Summer in
>0 With a cold realist like Gen. Marshall I I A hOiticulturalist was seeking a rare kind of that boys must sow wild oats before they learn to
baps been established and armed with as freezing funds for new navigation projects including sev-
>>
as Secretary of State we feel certain our flower in the mountains. He discovered one on the be decent people. j
luch dignity and authority as our own diplomacy will be mixed with a generous i I side of a cliff which he desired very much. Looking "Boys will be boys" has been the excuse for a eral Florida items, the St. Johns ship channel, Canaveral

Sipreme Court.Compulsory 1 portion of militarysecurity.MERRYGOROUND around he saw a boy peering at him from lot of needless delinquency. True enough boys I Harbor, Lake Harney. St. Marks')

/ arbitration in all labor dis- __ behind a tree. "There stands a lad here." Yes one will be boys but let us never forget that boys win and Port Everglades. including I' costs of Burveyin engineering

.," has been decreed by Federal statutes ; be men too and they don't wait around in boyhood Many Rep.committee Hendricks.members of De-- and planning would be paid but

and the decisions of the court backed by I AJ6GRcer until the community is ready to provide them I Land. are convinced once.. he The believes same to logic scores would of undertakings apply --

the full ,power of the Australian govern- cUf? with the materials to become men. We owe it to that the which combine naViga-

ment. I Truman Coming South every boy in our town to see to it that he has a White House exceeded tion and shore protection development

Australia has outlawed strikes and itsterns 1 'Ii great chance to become a Boy Scout and share its legal on other coasts.
ty DREW PEARSON in this great program that makes "Men Scouts." I authority in impounding * *
to us right that settlements of disputes -I WASHINGTON-President Truman Is planning I "A boy is like an iceberg-most of him is hidden ; funds The continued uproar in Con-

by force and violence should not be another vacation at the U. S. Naval Submarine 4.I waiting for some explorer to come along." voted by Congress gress over labor legislation has

permitted to labor or to industry any more Base at Key West. Fla. shortly after the first of That's a boy for you. Full of possibilities potentialities projects.for specific not distracted the attention of

than by other elements of the American March. The President believes he can aafely leave great capacities. waiting to be moulded' Ail the work Florida senators and congressmenfrom

society. the White House for 10 days or more even with shaped an4 fashioned by friendly skillful hands. previously had the equally pressing problem
.. of the renegotiation of 18 reciprocity
:: ''Something has to be done to protect the a GOP Congress In session.In Waiting for an explorer that will pioneer down 111. been authorizedin trade treaties especially the

j public interest. fact, the President feels so "on top of the his life and discover the great and noble qualities the 1945 and one with Cuba.

Job" that he would leave for Florida now if It within. 1946 omnibus Fruit and vegetable growers and
weren't' for the fact that protocol demands his A boy doesn't need to be a grown man to think rivers and harIfendrlcks shippers from Florida Texas andCalifornia
Wanted: Some Colder Weather presence Washington during the current busy ;:;- seriously. A lad doesn't have to wait for maturity I bors bills. Later are thronging Capitol

THE BEAUTIFUL WEATHER our tour- social season. before he is ready. to live victoriously and glori the drafting Appropriations the War Committee.DepartmentCivil in ;, corridors.

have been enjoying this Winteris White House attaches say Truman has now is always around. He called the boy and offered ously. Listen to that which will prove what I Functions bill specifically | Earlier In the week the Florida -

wonderful from their standpoint and I learned to delegate the tasks of his office so he has him a dollar to allow him to attach a rope to his mean. John Magee was 19 when he joined up I provided funds for a selected producers got together with

nothing but a series of migraine headaches plenty of time for detached thinking and is able body and lower him over! the precipitous cliff to with, the Royal Canadian Air Force. Born of group of developments appropriating their Congressional delegation

for citrus to keep paper work down to a minimum. I get the flower for him. The boy looked at the man. missionary parents in China, he came to America i sums of money recommended planning the lint means of defense
men. j the rope. the flower the cliff. and the dollar. He for his education and the war broke out. by the Army Engineers.As : against still lower tariff
'Why? Because the lack of cold, the lack I I Ickes Cracks It is since wanted that dollar. Show me a kid who doesn't. He joined up with the Canadian Forces and did and anti-In- i l duties.
Navy: now nearly a year 1 1I an economy
train have contributed to weak coverings And then he if his bit in the skies The State Department now has
Columnist Harold Ickes resigned from the Cabinet, said "Mister you will give me timeto over England in 1940. At 20 he flation the White House .
{of our fruit, skins which do not stand up I but he still packs & powerful wallop with* his i' run down the mountain and get my dad to come was down in flames and through . but not until move the power as yet unused to scale
in, the markets. A lot of decay has developed cabinet. colleagues wnen it comes and hold that rope. Ill get that flower for you." he had written: Impounded the appropriations.The down the tariff schedules of selected -

while our fruit is on the way to to getting certain things accom-I I'm wandering, would your kid come get you to 1947 Civil Functions bill 50 reciprocity cent.treaties Many still of another the-
hold that ? Would mine? Oh. I have slipped the soon will be under considerationby per
market. rope surly bonds of earth
pUshed. In Navy circles it is existing schedules offer no real
m At first the decay was blamed on coloring Jokingly admitted that Ickes half-I I Some philosophical mother said. "Boys faithfully And danced the skies on laughter-silvered wings. ; What the good Appropriations will, it do. the group.insur- I protection against cheap foreign
imitate their dads In spite of all efforts to Sunward I've climbed and joined the tumbling mirth
room processing. But it has continued only man who brought I rectionists are asking to vote any labor.With
teach them good manners." Ouch! Amen! In Of sun-split clouds, and done a hundred things I the high prices which Inflation -
tion between the Navy and Gen. more money for the same pro-
and now citrus men tell us that theweather MacArthur.It fact one dad urged his lad to be good and the You have not dreamed of. wheeled and soared and I jects? The money already is in the brought, foreign agricul-
unseasonably warm and with little boy asked "\\hat will you give me to be good?" swung Treasury. tural production has been stimulated -
was no secret that during
'Tain and one other important factor are the war. the Navy and MacArthur ,, And the dad replied. "You'll be good for nothing High in the sunlit silence. Hov'ring there Instead the waterways advocates greatly-eo much so that

the fundamental causes. were scarcely on speaking terms. like your dad." I've chased, the shouting wind along and flung are seeking some parliamentary even higher tariff schedules seem
not to be the
The other factor is the lack of organic In fact not until Roosevelt I "There stands a lad here." Those were words My eager craft through footless halls of air. means to compel the White Cuban produce answers.is pouring
spoken long'ago by a faithful disciple to his Mas- Up up the long delirious burning blue House to start work on the frozen I over
materials in fertilizer for making this crop brought them together at Pearl the low tariff walls easily lower
;I ter. Such words are contemporary with every lye topped the wind-swept heights with easy grace. projects and to make sure that duties would act
bf fruit. Synthetic fertilizer has been used Harbor in 1944 did Admiral NimiU funds voted this will not only to increase
:year
and Gen. MacArthur exchange a generation. Look; around you now and you will see Where never lark nor even eagle flew. the profits of Cuban growers. Import -
I4jost! exclusively. This developed a large meet the same fate.
' >> Pearson single word with each other. a lad. Shake a tree and a boy will fall out. Run a And '9ohileIth, silent lifting mind I've trod quotas not lowed tariffs are
aop, a good-looking crop, a crop which However. Ickes. though now oat of the Cabinet stick hi a bush and there he Is. A boy is not The high untrespassed sanctity of space. * held to be the answer-* theory'

matured in a hurry. But the fruit is not recently got MacArthur to pun the Navy's I definitive and yet he 4s such a vital part of the Put out my hand and touched the face of God. In a forthcoming report to the which finds little favor ia the
well. now and the future that House Public Works Committee. State Department.
axrying chestnuts out of the fire. Getting MacArthurand we keep trying to find a Amen.
Rep. Peterson of Lakeland will * *
And so today we are hoping wishing and
the Navy together was not, ef course, Ickes' I present some new ideas on shore On the newly-organized COmmittee -
raying for rams, a cold snap of 10 days or primary aim. His real aim was to Improve eon CRACKER POLITICS protection and beach erosion developed on Armed Services Rep.

o and ways and means to find and buy ditions in the Pacific Islands which the Navy at a series of hearings on Bikes of Crestview has drawn four

rganic materials for making the 1947-48 has taken over from the Papa and Is running In I the Gulf Coast last month. subcommittee assignments which

itrus crop. military fashion. Tax Problems peculiar to the Tampa !I rate pretty well and which particularly -
When Ickes was Secretary of the Interior he Demand SkyrocketingBr Bay region were studied by a subcommittee : apply to Army and Navy
from the old Rivers activities: in the Third District
brought civilian government to the Philippines for aa
How Educated 1 Is Florida? the first time and was preparing to establish civilIan and Harbors Committee, now superseded I, well as the rest of the State.
: ALLEN MORRIS State revenue tl-2 of by the Public Works : The four of 10
7ORMER GOV. ELLIS Arnall of Georgia governments hi other Pacific islands. In fact. Speaker of the House of Representatives groups members
J Tallahassee-Gov.Caldwell's tax 1 per cent _.._.. 175,000 group. For some years Congresshas I -ai ix Republicans and four Demo
L told a group of women in St. Peters- Roosevelt had planned to put all the Islands under committee of citizens put off making and Lewis W. Pette- been studying shore protection crats-win take legislative control

urg the other day that the present spec- civilian rather than military governments. President I its report because qf akyrock- I 7960.000 way attorney for the State Rail- with the possible intention of over Scientific Research Per

acle of political confusion in his State is Truman however influenced by the sales- : eting demands upon the public Revenue Gain I road Commission, one of whose i, projecting the Federal Govern- sonnet. Education and Training,
talk of his Secretary of the Navy reversed this. purse. Increase in dog :elected ment into this new form of soil and Administration.
Used by a lack of education. racing ; commissioners. S e n a tor i>
Not long ago. Columnist Ickes wrote an expose The sum of these cash requirements tax $2.000,000 : conservation. Bills authorizing the The Scientific Research a..
Perhaps he has something there. Per- at Naval rule in Guam stating that the natives till determine what, the Reduction In oigaret 'Wilbur C. King has been pn-, Government to share up to 60 percent slgnment particularly: was gratifying -

aps he is right. And if he is, let us look I, were ground under the heel of the Navy that the committee, can recommend in reductions discount 103.000 vented from taking office by the : of the cost of erosion project !. bikes because leglala.tton -

opur; own educational standards in Flor-j Bill of Rights had been flouted and that military or increases Retention of utilities 11- I.same barricade Fraser seeks to were the subject of the Pinellas affecting the huge Air

da. for we have nothing to boast courts gave civilians no more rights under the USA I of specific license .......-.."........--. 100.000 I jump-C&ld.en' determination I i iI County hearings.In Corps proving grounds at EUa
1 to find out what the constitution Field will come within its ..ar.I -
I the Peterson
the
a The Florida Citizens Committee on Edu- than under the Japs. I taxes or the I ::. : |means by its bar of1 report view.
Net Revenue Loss $5.957,000 to election effort will be made U tie In the
I
ataon tells us that the adult in abandonment of The Education and
average .. 1 * legislators to offices whose pay Florida problem with navigation Training
wrida has not completed the eighth I Forrestal Hesitate: Reading the article. Ickes State taxes to :. ., Argument the claims has been raised by the Legislature I Inasmuch. the worst group aa Its name implies will
rade that one-third of the State's old Cabinet colleague. Sec. Forrestal. seethed with cities and coun- on of during their term. ,, erosion was found to occur as assume control: over bills affecting
; Indignation. Finally he wrote a letter of denial to .: Florida's rival comptrollers added I aU phases of training
ties for purely ,W' The new legal chord struck by : passes connecting the Intra- including
ion has not completed the sixth poPula-1 I the New York Times and began Issuing press local use. I'. little. except for an ingenious I Whitaker. Tampa attorney for coastal canal with the Gulf of the Air Corps which will be elevated -

: hit we have some 325,000 ballyhoo regarding the Navy's fine Job of ruling The committee theory advanced by former Sen. Fraser.i was this: changing times Mexico. to co-e: i Pat Whitaker. by way of legal and the Navy under the
3,000 aliens. the Pacific islands. Part of this propaganda IMrtel'bt11.
I campaign had the produce changing
expected persuasion to what commonly had concepts new In Mr. Pete's opinion a greater soon to COme up for Congresatonal
These are awesome figures-percen- was the sending of a group of newsmen ona request from its } been discussed for weeks but drewto mental pictures. degree of federal responsibility consideration. -

ages which drive home the necessity for tour of the islands. companion c i t 1-I ( the Supreme Court an audience Those who read today the inhibition and a great savings of funds The Administration subcommit

n..adult educational program right here : Hearing of this. Columnist Ickes called his old zens' committeeon both astonishingly large in number against legislator being would ensue' if the erosion work tee win handle the merger bui.

ome. C Cabinet friend. education for and varied in reason for being appointed or elected to of- : went hand In hand with the navigation 'Ibe other asi ameat to 8Ikes
"Jlm.he said "I hear yon are sending some doubling of State Caldwellaid fists either created projects.If liking-Personnel-deals' with
present.
.Jere lie the clues to of or the pay
,,. some our prej-i to tour the for schools from i one project Included both
newspapermen Pacific hlands. I today's UI,- However Important the cause of which has been Increased service pay retirement legislation
dices. some of our weaknesses in Govern-1 suppose there would be no objection to my send- 500,000 to around 138,000.000. may be, the justices usually look daring. their term think of I types of work, all the overhead and. the National Guard.

tent. And here lies the answer to some of I i In t a member of my staff?" That came without shock to the out upon a handful of spectators. "election" In the light of the -- -----

ie men we elect to high places. I, There was an audible pause on the other end of tax committee's figuring. but the Fraser-Gay hearing kept present when virtually all of- : SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON
[ Here we also may find the answer to I the wire. The Secretary of the Navy gulped. And while materially higher attaches busy rushing up chairsto fkers are filled through election

he surge of juvenile delinquency in the Why . why . ." he said finally -111100k than foreseen, the jump from lastyear's accommodate the throng which by the people. I I
I disbursements of $408.500 I !
Into It. overflowed inside the Jesus Crossed
rail
an area Racial
and the Barriers
tate way to cure some of the to the requested appropriation of Yet Trainers of the 1S5 consti
I reserved
"Wen Imagine know
you an about It. replied ordinarily for participating -
imitation and health problems which con- $1.713.000 for the State's health tution were coping with an en-
I I his sardonic .
I ront us. I!I of Uje Navy.exconeaaue.After And I gather you're all. you're taking Secretary quite- either.services: was not without warning attorneys.As bad occurred earlier when 'tirely different Whitaker. situation contended : /In Teaching Brotherly Love

| an interest in these island problems. I Imagine he mad formal demand for the Florida
I Bat the tax committee decided just had passed through
'' THERE IGNORANCE IS bliss 'tis'I that. as Secretary of the Navy. your permission U wait until aU the figures place upon C. M Gay the choice carpetbag: reconstruction: when I, WILLIAM' L CJUOr. 0 D.

I' VV' folly to be wise." is pretty enough I will be all that my man wfil need.e'rho were available before attemptIng of GOT. Csldaell for the imexplred 1 most public oUlces.-ven to county i.1 [Scripture John 4:1-42]

wetic philosophy but this sort of thinking 1 Secretary of the Navy gulped again to reckon what taxes would term of the late J. M. lee commissions....were fined I The story of the meeting and conversation between
a number of
1oes, little to help a fellow along in this "l"U"Yes . aU right be replied, hesitatingly. be necessary, after requests Edwin G. Fraser colleagues: turned of up Sen.for through appointment by the Ooremor -. Jesus and the Woman of Samaria at Jacob's Well, near the
Implicated modern world.. ; besladt.tsketh.mstterspandl'fleail from agencies administering and confirmation by the
the of
argument. Sychar
city the
emphasizes
back Lrciaiature. attitude of Jesus toward
you tomorrow. other States Whitaker -
i We along all the with the citizens services pursued Flanking said cooflrmatlon" -
go way him again was Senate the prevalent prejudices and social
However. Forrestal never did call back. Instead. upward the emergency needs was synonymous with customs of His time.
x;mmittee in its proposals for educational he the for President S. D. Clarke of Monti- "election.'* and i This attitude was one of
passed buck. Th Navy finally informed education and health. Thai'swhy the Inhibition was courageous dforegard of both
for adults in the school cello while elsewhere in the court- __". ,u_ . _
.pportunities sys- Xckea office: that they were submitting the name ao report followed the Janary room were President Pro written into the constitution to ': prejudice ana customs WDICJI -------- - -

cm of the State. of his staff reporter to Gen. MacArthur for his closed-door session, planned Charley E. Johns of Starke Tern prevent legislators from fining'! were at vana&ce: wttn the, spirit aotpnveat the Master
and from
as the Lut. these offices from their own ,, Of love and klodunna. act
tt 1 The teaching ol citizenship alone would approval.And Senators Carl R. Gray of Panama mem tag u the spirit of tove
nake such a program 1I."Orthwhile.. We con- on at least this occasion. MacArthur gave Now another will be held in two City and Newman C. Bracken ofrestyiev. bership. sine Fraser bad been ,, The woman uacferiiaed the fact zeal difference ., race. U.-

inue to have the unhealthy spectacle: of the Navy 100 per cent co-operation. He never did or three weeks. elected Whitaker.by the people, concluded: her that deep prejudices existed wttfc' <<*.... color. *a4 .....** tit.....
Ickes'Capital Before these proposed increases he could serve. surprtefd autesnecu Tbe
'rss than half the eligible voters in Florida okay ma.n. a threatened to knock early thinking Sealed on the other side of I Attorneys for both side alsochewed 'Jews have no dealia' with the --. It Is vaeiem* to users them
ettle State and local issues. And into Sea. Fraser from frea. &ma.roUJIiI.wtwD Bt why should they cause hatred
county Chaff a cocked hat. the tax Clarke over thoroughly the she found herself -
: When Orand .
Dragon Green of a IU .UL"H
' 3.his is true because many of our citizens do the Ku ICux Kan wrecked his committee formulated tenatlverecommeadaUo&s was C.... Gay aa If .. emphasize Gomes clause embodied In salary being treated courteouaty aad to aataral that
know fail new DeSoto car for the 1>47 the orderliness with which'lorUa laws with the legislative mte&Ubn kindly by a Jew. I thuuahtJNe
ot and hence
their
) to assume
at Macon.: Oa.. it inspired. Stan Arnold. author of ,aad evssd past* anoo..Jd
Legislature has evadaeted lu di of permitting 1fca That hostility between Jews
which would have had ton to accept aad
ihare of the responsibility of living in a Star Spangled Banter to produce the foHowinc, .. be bigoted. tact SkoacntfuJ and
this effect on State revenues; .* la rmttrast U that ., appointment or election at the Samaritans who iriiaU bar tor* I I
emocracy. under the title. Bed Bug": -The KICK'S chiefs Kercnae Lest Georgia's rival g.,tr. s. old rate of pay to office eoa- good aetgabora' wa of tfc. same i, .* sud. pevato. aM .**. aUKfco

t II But from the broader viewpoint we can flat in bed. he wrecked his car and bruised his head.Kis Taxes Abolished Net Loss Fraser arid Gay chatted in traDed by the constttttto&al pro on that has kept peoples open, ,I *.. wtoo **.**. Chrtfuaanr.

nvision vocational training for adults flair for costume's rather neat he* either in Oasotme Dealers LJcease t IS,000Qcaret friendly: fashion and Fraser a vision. ia mutual prejudice aad bastAityttarou GIIa**** .t* be .jirtiBd wan a
or on a sheet." Dealers Just before the justices raining for the responsibilities of License 54000 Macdecny nurseryman held the mount; M I ..
parenthood ..
..
.
when
and Sea U berry of Nebraska 1 may BO* kn.w It. Vat adjoining seat for the former ed the dais Janice Glenn:. TentS : Europe for ceatune a brcMtwrrouad *- dsTferearc
? home-making through guidance a.. I is.Gird...
'
his Kepahliraa eotleagwe. forthright Sea. Laager $'liMO Orange County Circuit Court repeated, with a chockle: Us* eaa- e4 wars and rjn r* aadtS
clinics and counselling groups. of North Dakota b aU .. Taxes lion which had 11"\11 ..,... "'ft'nfIfnIn.
s4 pt acrm a Reduced auk when Gay was delayed in eme t* am from, tone teceu bad View wy ewAaencaa
11 r Adult education is one of the keys to a thorough UmUxaUM of pria&J'- Beer Exeaw .by 34ceat reSuming to UM courtroom after S family frtend. She vaatrtf. the. coetmesit would soon be .80 sad .non. seurualJ.

better Florida of tomorrow. Florida in If i berry Ilona.nffY7 barn been stalling oa a bottle .__ $49000 the receia for hmcfc Jud, e said -no monkey tfttssaeto **- turned tato a ttk tr' cos* of aautttaCy .-.. ..---I.. ..
blob all of residents this tor wsvkThere Taxes for Local Also to this cise-.ovit neglected to hostile majority group*. em esmipl* f'-
jh our have an active, the audience were Fraers *- her sara mi .... .....08 ..o prsct-t. lta
mtelligent and informed interest. were ocr: three applications for crtinn- OIWftUIDftII&ebCle sister. Alice who U confidea- aide i i Ule tfc. Iffttmt that separated '. 4 a... leskivig' is., It
ship> ia the KKKs invisible empire at the Jan.: 8 UtSibsa __ .__ 11.2M.eee hal secretary to State TrcasonrJ Jew aati ftasaarrtasj wbfl* leterus ,

: Old Alliances i meeting of Atlanta Jean No. 1 . Reason for 1Wast.'es 1........ , Edwin Larson Cstf B. Seush.a ?ASHVI1.lZ( nl"nt.U:: am nT: J...a spiked u.. earth. Ute ... bee ssm'e n.: ;. :,tIIWftJIIM___
Military Renewed up.. r .
Dcnafe Lease aM laeeao.ay l.1M.eeo member: : of GotCaJd..a fettle Mania prJM4u, af .
Kelsoal call at the White House wasat Braasoomb e r sea fey aat< I kas'w a .. ., ......
will be }>
A RETURN TO old formulas, much announced. bat it had to do with a dull. test very AkGbaIIc: DN1IIn Li$00,000 cabinet as chairman of the Stale aa th* rocrto formafir Chaac3or ava&rorated --' firm ..... tm fad .... ... esac. : :L 111 see a

tried but never successfully by the fcnportaxu probiea "stand-toy r3 ptT,' Xeboa ,Industrial rwesccned by of YaaoerbOt Cttcnatr at There ...* real .,.... *.- __ prtj.ids.r ..a Z.,; *2w JW-
o-n.t 0 .
Cations of Europe reveals a lack of conflJenc -,. co-operatta with Army-Nary baa been suveyiac e ..waIIkanee i. as leral and prem adrfeors. UrL special cereaxxm* re*. 4. K ... ai_ be4eeis Jews and aamacdeal. ..... thee he ...,..... i "-iaIIiIC.
.. .
in the 1'mtetl Nations Organization .hat war plants should be kept as stand-bys In' -- .000.1S)1 P. Z2 r.n Bay,", siZe of Cald- announced last nc: M_ Tw.ndtkdon ot the feiIK ....-.c .wma. lee *outn ___
case of another emergency' Netoon to propnu&c that wells chaIrman of the State RoadDeti" ..... a torrwptMt S...rot 01 JvAa.- and eea:.p mmeat.'Ti.
14ts hpes f r a permanent peace farm- S..,. Jane M Ore" < J- C'M.d -.n! aie Jtji _. ..*.>. .' .,.' '
t1 pad the
C. a (
iaics ken a *a oa cPiau -, *_: ..-\ *.- 1Aowsnce. too price > .s reese fS.-S :"tw aaV: -
wa U a&i Pi a Be, :, r oZ" ': "_ . ,. ,, _
M as to tim? bU taw asetme prW.UoQ.. r> -a ?* * d - Hstcfattattoc "'" 'my.., '""-.c.,. r.
;; .
France and England. again have signed a a hurry.U na..y. to oJ tomni ty. 8amu : Wrch! Geuxa ine the 1MS-44 *eaaoa fey paying *. .*>awo diim4b. sosa ddtoreme. aM kM. Wr" .
I Z ar c.csg GIJnT'A: ascratT and Iag&t<,'a KM avara** toe U C&.. .. the J.wai- Bus fcff ecar did Ae.d ...e of" ..


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Support Claimed Marketing Pact -



''Revision' Urged $65 Million Road Fruit Dumping I I Production


: Of LumberOn
For Volume Prorate Idea
',
I LAKELAND rAP Marvin H. Budget Gets Plans Flayed '
I(I Walker, secretary-manager of the Okay DeclineJACKSONVILLE
Florida Citrus Producers Trade I

Assn. said yesterday his group TALLAHASSEE AP [S--'-I:: to The Sjndsy Ser' nel-Srorl [IAPJ The tow
A
Set I would support Federal legislation [ ] $65,459,865 budget-providing DUNEDIN-It would be '"noth- level of lumber production in Florida

Hearing 'which would include canners as for a $49 million construction. program-has been tentatively ing but criminal" to destroy any still eight per cent below 1943,

well as shippers in the federal ] adopted for 1947 by the State Road Department. sizeable part of the Florida citrus points to the "increasing urgency

i'marketing agreement on citrus. Road Chm. Elgin Bayless said the budget which is the crop before a strong effort is madeto for the carrying out of long-range"
: #t : 1 I Walker said he would testify the of the advertise, promote and merchandise conservation programs the research -
For WednesdayBy Jan. 29 in Washington at a biggest in history department, will be presentedfor and industrial division of
Se. hearing of the House agricul- final adoption at the Feb. 28'' the fruit to consumers the Florida State Chamber of
Ms ;
-and this would take "more advertising -
tferal committee on legislation meeting of the board in Sanford. I I Commerce emphasized yesterdayin
s I in the of
money"
JACK GURNETT 'p sponsored by the Farm Bureau opinion its weekly business review.
Our Own Staff ConesoondentJ s t Federation providing for inclusion I, The budget calls for $30,295- Williams Gets B. C. Skinner, Florida citrus pro- "Tabulations of the volume ef<-

WINTER HAVEN An outright of canners in the marketing 799 in new construction projects cessing pioneer.. j lumber production figures being

prediction that "practically the agreement. $19,617,631 for projects earned "A strong agitation for a I available for only the first nine

entire industry" will support an "We believe" said Walker, "that over from 1946 and in which greater advertising appropriation months of 1946. show a total of

equitable and workable plan of any program to bring the supplyof contracts have already been let. National Post is the answer to our problem 416.84000 board feet cut during -
volume of Florida citrus
proration citrus into balance with said.
estab- rather than all the schemes that time, the report ,
here last JohnA. F., and for $3,473,499 for routine
was made night by
lished consumer demand must for destroying fruit which is "Contrasting with the Florida
Sruvely head of one of theState's [I cover processing as well as the maintenance.The ISpe*_'ol to The Sundit :xnrc'-Star] nothing but criminal the face lumber cut last year, production
largest citrus organiza- F fresh fruit Industry. i KISSIMMEE-One of Florida's of I nationally was only two per cent
tions. sum set aside for construction food shortages all over the f,
: "Just how this could be done' best-known cattlemen former world." he said. I below 1943.Monthly.
Snively said while such organIzations has not been proposed. The Farm : including $2.758,430 not spe- State Cattlemen's Assn. PresidentP. .
as Florida Citrus Pro- 1 Bureau bill merely provides the cifically allocated. is 82 per cent E. Williams of Davenport, will "I sometimes! wonder If every- production in Floridawas
ndoeers Trade Assn and United legal authority for developing such of the entire budget. Other items represent the South during the one has a true conception of the at record lows through"April
The details would of the fiveI problem that we are facing this of 1946. However, easing of
Growers and Shippers Assn had : programs. have include $1,401,669 or only two coming year as one
per favorable
to be worked out by the I of the American Skinner continued. the labor situation and
not tone on record, as organizations industry cent lor administrative salaries vice presidents year
'I marked increase
in co-operation with the Gov : National Livestock Assn. "It be weather brought a -
must remembered
In supporting the plan he and that
expenses and $!.207. 95 for during the next five months
was assured that the "bulk of ernment. \bridge, land and equipment pur- Meanwhile Irlo Bronson of last year we had an 86-million box and resulted in a nine-month total
their members will be for it." The association official explained chases. Kissimmee who now heads the crop. We packed (in fresh and above the corresponding periods of

The Winter Haven man was the the present marketing Florida law also requires the department Honda group is recommending processed forml all of it, but it 1944 and 1945, both low production
first to propose volume prorate at agreement permits the limita- to set aside 10 per cent R. G. "Bob" Herrman of Ocala wasn't all consumed Seventeen yeah"Medical
a recent mass meeting-and sincethat tion of fresh fruit shipments by I of the estimated State revenue as to succeed Williams as Florida million cases of canned citrus
time considerable attention I* grades, sizes and volume and reserve and an additional two per representative on the Executive were carried over to this year. In
has been attracted to the Idea both the establishment of fresh fruit cent is paid into the State general Committee of the American National other words, actually consumption Machines

here In the State and from broken v 97' ro grades and marketing stand revenue fund as a handling chargeon probably totaled 70 million boxes. Condemnation Near
handlers, receivers and auction I 3I ards by the secretary of agriculture .- i road department monies. Herrmann is president of the Then the carry-over of canned
upon the recommendation I Southeastern Brahman GAINESVILLE lAP] Federal attorneys
men in the various markets of Breeders
goods added to the 102 million
the country. I of industry committees. The department had a cash Assn. a member of the Florida were preparing a decree
"If we had the authority to develop balance of $%%.868.71% on hand box crop of this year made a total
. Some citrus men say the success Istate Cattlemen's Assn. Executive for the disposition of 16 "sinuoth-
of the plan to put over a volume I similar programs for the Jan. 1. Estimated State revenue Committee, and manager of the output to be sold of 119 million ermic" medical machines yesterday

prorate depends on "just how sick 41 canning Industry we might be for the year from gasoline taxes Norris Cattle Co. in Ocala. boxes. after District Judge A. V.
the growers get" of present fruit able to wok out a program for and other sources is $24,301300 Bronson and Williams, who "This isn't the whole story, Long ruled in favor of the Gov-
prices. I _ the entire industry to improve while funds receivable from the both attended the American National but some of these eanped goods ernment in a condemnation suit
You can check any market In marketing conditions. Federal Government have been convention In Phoenix. were packed from fruit for which against them.

the country and you will find the I estimated at $17,699,718.Last Ariz. In mid-January, reportedthe the canners paid $3 a box (delivered The order. expected to be presented

people who sell our fruit-who HARRY COVOVER and his famous model-wife, "Candy Jones who Warrant Issued 'I' year, the Road Departmentspent. number one issue discussedwas ), especially at the end for signature Monday to

furnish the contact between the will be judges for the 1947 Florida Citrus Exposition queen contest''For Wife's ArrestBLOUNTSTOWN .$31 million on construction the outbreak of the hoof- of the season. In some cases the close the efforts of the food and
producer and the consumerfeelthat and-mouth disease In Mexico.
$8 prices
million for maintenance and actually went as high as drug administration to show that;
at Winter Haven. Feb. 17.
controlled shipments. basedon I [AP Calhoun 7132.394 on projects carried over Resolutions adopted urged the J3-80-S383. misbranded in
the machines
what the market will take at a 0 ..A. "U. S.-Mezlcan border should I were
from
H County Sheriff J. C. Tucker said 1945. i This was sold to the wholesalers Interstate commerce as being effective
lair price Is the answer to our The Fifth Division be patrolled as if It were a
murder comprising
yesterday a warrant had I ,
and retailers at these high in the diagnosis and cur
troubles. Snively said. Conover Wife prison _
been issued for Mrs. Hazel Erne- counties in the central section of P.
"We have cussed the receivers Tobacco Crop stine Bailey. 25, for the fatal :the State, was given; the biggest Ocala-43 purebred Hereford.18 prices and put on the grocers'shelves ; of numerous diseases.
and handlers and the auctionsor* allocation of the five Road Department 'males and 25 females, have been and the housewife simply -
of her
many years but their records show To Select shooting husband. William ;: districts, 11932.888 for I entered in the first annual show went on a buyer's strike'and DDT Spraying Begun
that when we send! good fruit in A. aBJey 27. on the night of Jan. {I I construction and $897,239 for and sale to be staged here Feb. refused to buy It, which reduced

an orderly manner, they get us Lost In BlastMADISON 13 maintenance. 20 and 21 by the Florida Hereford the consumption still further. So Off Fort Myers
good money." I[Citrus Queen The shooting, the sheriff said Other allocations by divisionswere Assn! Inc. instead of) just having 119 million WASHINGTON (DP The Army
Here are some of the teleI took place at the horae of Mrs. The feature announced boxes to sell we have the
I : First $10,319.935 and 717. was by problem Air Forces yesterday dispatched a
graphia comments from receivers (CAP An explosion Specral[ to The Sunday Sentinel.Star Myrtle Mitchell, eight miles north'I R'I,344: second. $9577092 and 473. 'Tom D. Matthews of Alachua. of overcoming this buyers' DDT-spray plane to suppress flies

and auction men which will accompanied by a "blinding I I WINTER HAVEN-There was a west of) Blountstown. >I 117; third. $8581.784 and $795- i,president of the Hereford group I I resistance. around Fort Myers. Fla
be cited by Snively at the special Mrs. Bailey told him she had gone following a meeting of the "An
flash yesterday wrecked the day not so long ago", when com 842; fourth, $9,401,730 and $489- association's organization of every grower Thousands of dead fish were
joint session of Florida Citrus three-story American Sumatra To- i, there, armed with a revolved, to :956. directors with directorsof in the State would not solve :
CommlsUon. Growers Adminis- bacco Co. warehouse here and I mittees in charge of beauty con- see her husband who had not i the Southeastern Fat Stock :: the problem unless they went intoa deposited by the tides on beaches
trative and Shippers Advisory shattered windows in the near-by I tests brought together some newspapermen been home since the previous day. Included are: construction ofa ;Show and Sale Inc.. local non- merchandising operation. In. and In swamps in the! Fort Myercf
Gommittees and trade groups at Madison County Courthouse. No photographers local four-lane divided highway on profit body under which all live- other words f area. Death of the fish was at.
increase
Lakeland at 10:30: a.m. Wednesday injuries were reported. J I,I,I artists or well-known personages 'Assessors Will Not road five through St. Augustine 1 stock events are held. and selling the advertising I,1 tributed to a minute sea organism.
: 'In the locality to judge the I $800000; relocation and constriction I appropriations. Health service workers removedthe
Lewis Barkowitz. Steel City Fruit G. L. l'fllnroe'It'e president I I winners. Oppose Consolidation of road fire through Airline Announces The present money allotted for advertising fish from beaches but were
Co. Pittsburgh: "By all means you of the tobacco company, reported Daytona Beach to Ormond $1.- Florida citrus is so unable to penetrate swamps to
the crop of shade grown But a new day has dawnedIn JACKSONVILLE IAPJ The 950.000 and construction and I pitifully small compared to the'
should place a [volume] prorateon Cutback ProgramMIAMI : complete the cleanup. City officials
Florida citrus. leaf stored In the brick ware- the picking of Florida queens. i j State Assn, of Tax Assessors, concluding paving three miles of road 15 money spent by California and' decided that DDT cpny
house valued at between No longer is the hometown amateur its biennial prelegislaturesession between tAPl The! American Air we are
B. M. Young veteran Philadel- was I Datnna Beach and De- really not doing very much would help.Cattle .
phia receiver: "The only place to 700,000 and 800000. judge a factor. Judges haveto I here yesterday, announced i Land $140.000. | Export-Import Co. one of Miami's I towards stimulating the consumption !i
be real
beauty expertmenand ,it "will not opose" any legislation I I largest charter airlines, yesterday :I of citrus.
control supply and bring it in line Munroe said it was anticipated women who have names in The department also set aside |{ Bring $7,884JACKSONVILLE
with profitable delivered prices is'' the tobacco stock would be a total the world of glamour. designed!( to effect a consolidation J$580.000 for construction of the announced a cutback in operations ,
at the source. Volume prorate loss, either burned in the fire of city and county tax assessing ;,'Broadway bridge which would ground 60 per cent' LAKELAND-Auction averages 1 (API Sale on
would be a sizeable job but quality which followed the blast or, Picking the 1947 Florida Citrus and collecting offices within River in Daytona Beach across and Halifax of the company's planes. for Florida oranges dropped 18 the State livestock market here
Exposition queen will be handledby i 1 counties but that the will $650 Howard J. Korth the cents this week totaled $7484, the aucUon -
should be Improved immediately drenched by water used in fighting group I 000 for paving 15 miles of road 50 new president {I during Ve past week over I
by closer grading. No one on the flames. Harry Conover, head of the ::not sponsor such a move at Tallahassee ;, between Orlando and Bithlo. said the move was taken "to the previous week's sales. Growers handling a run of 54 cattle

tihs end would quarrel with grow- Both the tobacco and thebuildinl' nationally known model agency i|! this year Nine miles of road 37 from Mul- effect a stricter compliance with I Administrative Committee figures and 135 bogs.I .
ers or shippers trying to secure In which It stored bearing his name-and his equally Members of the croup who met I berry to Lakeland will be : civil aeronautics board regulations revealed yesterday.
was con-
sufficient: returns to make their were covered by Insurance. The famous wife, known professionally i( in executive session pointed out structed for $246.667 and $280.000 i I on non-scheduled! airlines." It also I I I A total of 121 ears averaged
as "candy Jones. have accepted' that since municipal offices wen
work profitable"General as was Initiated due to the company's $2.39 as compared
building, leased by the company has been allocated to rebuild and with I $2.57 for
the invitation to the boardof other
Distributors. Buffalo from local owners, was valued at join I I' as county officers were con- pave six and a half miles of road "inability to cope with the generally I 478 cars the previous week I
judges for the contest which cerned in the I fff
said in part: "We feel it [volume consolidation plan
economic condition of Florida
I 60 east of Lake Wales. poor Interior
about 25000. Though two sidewalls : oran-e..272
will be feature of
prorate) would have a stabilizing a opening night. it should not be sponsored by the
still stood, the front and Feb. 11.Several. ,assessors alone. I I air transportation. Korth added. cars-averaged $252 and 134 cars I -
effect on the market" and added
'Of ..
back of the structure were torn Indian River
things are in store for Citrus Shipments oranges averaged
that "results would be obtained by 1
having all Florida shippers stress out by the explosion and the the winner of the contest-first a Grammar School Burns Naval Air Station; $2.78. I Now Available
roof and noon were caved In. $100 U. S. savings bond and then ,j The tangerine market continued I
quality grade and pack"Leigh Show A Limited Number
Lawrence prominent I >o efforts to repair it were a modeling contract with a com- PANAMA CITY IAPJ The Slight Drop Seeks Mechanics to brighten, 132 can avrraging3.32. I .
TRIED and PROVEN
school at
grammar Vernon burn- / .
Washington D. C receiver: planned. pany making a citrus juice ex- WINTER HAVEN [API Thiswet'k's JACKSONVILLE tAPl The Na- compared to 299 cars a' ,
ed to the
Think prorate would be advisable tractor-to make pictures for advertising around Fridav with an citrus shipments as reported vay Air Station here urgently 12.26 the previous week: I RELIEF
i estimated los of 110.000 to $12,000.
If it won insure markets sufficient fecting orderly distribution." purposes The organization -j '' by the State Citrus inspec- needs for immediate employment Florida grapefruit average was T. Sufferer From
Chief of Police E. M, Weaver
[
reported -
volume without oversupplies and La Mantia Bros-Arrigo Co, sponsoring the winner will i tion Bureau totaled 1.142.944 boxes 250 general aircraft mechanics off the previous week's mark of I ARTHRITISNEURITIS
if regulations are strictly adheredto. prominent Chicago handlers: "Our receive a $50 U. S. savings bond. against 1.338.659 boxes last week. officers announced yesterday. 201 can at U.95 as 208 care averaged I
." idea is that Florida prorate would;, - ---- --- -- Florida Film This eek's shipments were> Requirements for this civil service $2.59. A total of 1U C'arl of . RHEUMATISMStiff

,Oargiulo and Amendola. New ,promote more orderly marketingof viding properly regulated. Present ReadiedTALLAHASSEE 242.178 boxes of grapefruit: 781.- classification, which pays 1132per Texas grapefruit averaged $223'I Muscles & Joints
York receivers: "By all means,I fruit by adjusting volume of market situation strongly indicates (API A filmon 103 of oranges; and 119633 of hour Include four years' ex- and 201 earl of California oranges And Recurrent Pain
something should be done to save .shipments so they will have some need for some worthwhile program Florida resources for use in tangerines. with avenged IU5.
perience. However a man : Ana .... _
ii t
the entire Florida citrus industry. relation to demand. We also rec- ." This form added that prorate State schools! will probably be Season's totals were 4.264.327 of three years' experience and one warts t evatmeni one tvmlt-icttmc
We believe prorate is only means ommend more careful grading to should be tied into the can- completed by next August School grapefruit. 12600741 of orangesfor I ctrnttot eh. r*= m
can help stabilize market. Trade Improve Quality." neries. Supt. Colin English said yesterday a total of 19343149! boxes. year in a related field may qual- CIGARETTES .trwneet ire m.im. .**ilblmmm .. a.betted

here would approve Adams Bros. Produce Co.. Birm- Tom B. Pearce Pearce. Young. Tangerines totals were! 2.078.081. ify. ff ai pronaltm lion
_ ____ MALUCRk C:cft rM>., ...*... .>
A. P. Rlchto. Union Fruit Auction ingham: "Citrus prorate has been Angel Co.. Columbia. S. C. operating -- t1-40 err UbviMn ewn pi"rOTWMm
Co, Pittsburgh: "If volume successfully operated in California In several outheasten Montverde Realty Sold .. 4. OILS S MONEY BACK GUAM'
prorate agreement Is worked eaton . and strongly ** -ol "rt ......, Ararat: lot r* teMX* MornKOMbxwl
we urge you cities: . Volume prorate Indian River GrowersSet (rSoe<: to The Sunday Sr it S ] tit,. rmrkabi" MnmO
equitable basis similar to to give It a fair trial in Flodira" works satisfactorily in California : MONTVERDE Mr and Mrs MJ.k.a.O.d.r.t c.UCH ..-
California it wUI be a big step S. Struck Co. Boston: -Deplorable . undoubtedly It would Fred P. White have bought $14.- 3 CARTONS J4.SO-N.con .. Tin A4 slid M.H inch

In the right direction." citrus markets make action to tend to stabilize market. 000 worth of property here from ........ ....... S )4mOasis.... . ti etrbnu N.rmaaat
D.M Jacobson. Chicago receiver: decrease volume Imperative . National Marketing Service Inc.. Mr. and Mrs. Harry 8. Howard. ... tae ntdebraadt 81441. hc.......

We favor a workable volume pro- W. A. White Brokerage Co.. Detroit Philadelphia: "Problem of supplieslies 'Secession1 Talks The property purchased> Included ...-
THt
rate because its our opinion thsi "We think (prorate wouldbe in Florida and proration wouldbe fOSt tXCfMNGI NC i
property on two lots and sections -
would stabilized markets by af- very helpful to industry pro- extremely helpful. Address
,I See nl tc T n $ jnj-. Ser C-<- <-srl of two other lots in Mar- 01

VERQ BEACH-The movement here on the Indian telle Shores. I-------

River among growers and shippers of citrus fruits to "se-

cede" from the remainder of the State as far as citrus affairs

are concerned, will come to a climax at a meeting in

The Sentinel StudioUnder i Vero: _Beach at 2 p.m. Tuesday, at the Indian River County \-

ty House.At *

the Tuesday session reasons '!i Graves Jr. Vero Beach: Jack N. f.
for the movement will be
pre : Strong Vero Beach; W O. Strick-
New Management sented. In general, a fair shareof t
i land. grower-shipper. Cocoa;
growers and shippers of Indian -
!I Charles Seraphine, Vero Beach
River fruit want to set uptheir
grower: A. C. Brown Vero Beach;
own marketing and citrus-
;. regulations organization !and Robert Graves. Vero Beach. SERVICE NOW and REGULARLYFOR
i, The Indian River citrus Production -
For many year there hal lain is approximately II percent

e dormant amonc Indian River .f the total vitas production
citrus men the idea that at sometime of toe Stale of Florid The DEPENDABLE MOTORING
In the fotmre the Indian are from which fran called

River citrus business should be "Indian River" ran be shippedb
organized as a separate anit. I
designated definitely by Federal -
t wk I Now the recent' price slumps MI law and in the past the I Enjoy your car to the utmost. Whether you take the family'

citrus have brought actton tn Federal Trade C.n raK...... at
the form of this movement t. Washington hat been called around town, use your car in your work or drive the children to
eeed e" from balance of the .pon ceveral time by Indian

{ state RJrrr Intemt t* halt safes of school, don't let your car foil you. Service NOW

i A permanent committee to pro fruit from other sections which

mote the marketing and controlcf had been Law'tAdiaD

Indian River fruit.. and to organize River

F. the Indian River sectionas The southern limit of the. district Service Suggestions

such, will be named Tuesday, Is at Losahaunee man I'
according' to announcement. dwrst of West Palm Beach to
Among citrus men prominent Palm Beach County The limit on Tune-up engine Adjust brakes

so far in the move to "secede- the north is at New Bmyr&a In- Check cooling system Switch tires
I ate: J, A. Much a grower, of eluded tn the ares are such shipping
I Vero Beach William "BiT Matteley '- : points %s Pert Pierce. Vero I'' Adjust clutch Eliminate rattles

la- Port Pierce: A BcerhaKer. Brach. Rabasso, Sabasttan. Mel "
grower Fort Pierce: Joel Partte bourne. Cocoa TttwsrtOe. U ma. Align front wheels Touch-op point

Cocoa: Luke Andrews Cocoa and New Smyrna Beaca.
Polish ell
KEN Tlt.\\1:& JtCKMTOLLOI Free-up springs over
grower Orates WUboit. Wabasao: "The western lima cf the area

Neb. RrmH. Wabasso Walter at Titosvttte. is teas th&DH miles

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a Page 6 JTljf: &uttfctij &rntitul-&tar Orlando, Florida, January 26, 1947


TShirley Fry, 'FSL Relaxes I I Tinker Leaves I I Hillsborough



% OIWJI1&1t Doris Hart Meet t Hospital Tinker TodayJoe famous former Routs I Bengals

Chicago Cubs star, will be dis- I
Umpire SchoolRequirements charted: today from Orance
By BOB HAYES : Memorial Hospital where he i

For Net TitleRain has been confined since the I In 48-16 Tilt
Your league Is only as good as its officiating. amputation of his left leg 11 |

;gt That was Bill Summers doing the talking. Bill's ready to start days ago j i
24s 15th season as an American League umpire. He therefore is aJretty yesterday forced postponement Tinker will convalesce for I I j
(tS*>- -T to The rv: Sen' -'elS! +arJ
fair authority on the subject. of four semi-finals matches "' about a month at the \\lllsey :
Summer met yesterday morning with Florida State League m the Florida State Tennis Tour- Nursing Home 424 S. Rosat}t TAMPA Led by Charles Her
Pyres AI Combs of Gainesville, Bus. Mtr. John Camel of the Orlando nament here delaying until this % wa I I Pres. Al Combs of the Florida land but. he said yesterday."I'll nandez forward and Lanky Mac-
of finalists State League yesterday announcedthat be out at Stripp's school
Senators, and with a group of perhaps a dozen former ball playersat morning determination Williams center, the Hillsborough
in the men's singles and men's the league's tuition-free um- Monday That' a promise.
Terriers breezed to comparatively
varying experience who are Interested In attending the league's I( a -
doubles competitions.Only 'I Dr. Duncan T. )I twan.: his
pire school which starts here tomorrow
umpiring school. easy 48 to 16 win over the luckless
in the women's singles wasa surgeon said Tinker's condition -
under the direction of Bill
Summers was sent here by Pres. Will'Harridge of the American contest completed yesterday. Summers veteran American was "wry &oed.- 1 Orlando Tigers in a Big Ten

League, at that major league's expense, to conduct the school.. I Doris Hart of Miami, top-seeded League umpire will be open "to (Conference game played at the
A five minute conversation with the husky veteran is enough"to.fourth-ranked nationally defeated all men indicating a desire to Hillsborough gym last night before -
gather the impression the Florida State League will have some pretty "Mrs-lxmls Ganzenmullerof make the umpiring profession Hogan Rallies a fair crowd.Hernandez .
fair umpires this coming season. West Palm Beach.. -2..,..6-1. to :i r their life's work and who are ac- I I was high point man
advance into the finals. Y I 1 I ceptable to Summers as student- for the night with seven basketsand
Bill had his say about the original entrance requirements set up Miss Hart will face Shirley umpires." two foul shot for a total of IS
for the school-the business of taking as student umpires only those Fry of Rollins College second- ,I Combs said he was changing To Take Lead points with Williams close behind
seeded and seventh-ranked nationally original requirements for entranceIn
15
with. five or more years playing experience.t at 1.30 PJUtoday for with points.
He was "agin" it, "The five year.requirement is too tough." he the women's singles erosns the school which stipulated In a preliminary game. the Little -
students must be former baseball "Red Hots Terrier sopho-
insisted.
When ram forced a halt yesterday players with five or more years more team. won their 11th straight
"Hell, over half of your major league umpires today havo De"rpla'ed second-seeded Jack Tuero of I I playing experience upon the recommendation At Phoenix :victory when they trounced the
baIL I didnt. myself. Then there Is Tom Connolly head of New Orleans was leading fourth- of Summers. ,i Orlando Sophomores. 45 to 18. T.
all American League umpires. He never pUyed. I can name you seeded Bruce Thomas of West K. ClJ- urn scored 16 points for
plenty of others who never played, toA *. Palm Beach. Tuero took the first in1tir1Our I have"Although we believe we will PHOENIX. Ariz [API Little i the winners while Kent Stevens
former baseball
umpire but be set, 63. but was trailing, 3-4. in enough Bennie Hogan National PGA title
man doesn't have to play baseball to be an the second set when the match players on hand Monday morn- scored four for Orlando to lead
continued, "he must know baseball to umpire. was postponed. Their semi-finals Own Staff Photo: T!-I over i leg to justify the school. Bill holder, and defending champion his tram in scoring. The Hillsbor
about I here tossed a stunning challengeto OD.'The first and most Important thing I Summers has earnestly
went
Summers match will requested -
be resumed at.10 '
am. !
MEET FOR SINGLES
CRmnTOD.\Y: When Doris Hart of Miami a star-loaded field in the kett Fame
taking umpiring Is loving It. If a man doesnt honestly love t* today. that we do away with our "
up right, the top-seeded women's star, yesterday advanced into the finals! ,' former rigid entrance Phoenix 72-hole open golf tournament For the second straight game*
umpire, be might as well not try it as a profession. I rank Guernsey,the top-seed requirements .
yesterday when he racked the
of the women's division of I' ," he said upa Terriers could do but littlewr.n
ed home-rro favorite for the singles the Florida State Tennis Tourna- I 64
and a half-way total of 131 and their man-for-man
")Ir. Combs I personally would like to see you: open this .chool singles title, who is quinine ment, smooth-stroking Shirley Fry of Rollins College, left., seeded ) Combs said Summers personally to take full command. defense kept the Orlando players -
to that kind of men-men who love to umpire. and who have as their tournament tennis after today, second and winner of her semi-finals test Friday, was the first to would pass upon each applicantfor Honans par-shattering display from getting set for shot
ambition nothing abort of the major leagues-the highest they can go will meet Henrique Buse of Rol- congratulate her foe in today's title match. They play at 1:30: p.m. admission to the school and gave him a five-stroke advantage and when they were able to
I
in the profession lins Collect, the Peruvian cham- I'that, while previous professional over his closest rivals U. S. Open shoot at the basket it was a wild
"But setung entrance requirements for this school your business. pion and fourth-seeded at 10 or semi-pro playing experience is Champion LloYd Mangrum of shot or from a difficult! angle.The .
I'm sent here to help :your league. You determine who you want to &jn. today in the other semi- I i I II I desirable, it was possible Summers Chicago and smiling Jimmy De- came was five minutes old

admit and 111 take them. train them. weed them out and pick youa finals Doubles match.semi-finals are scheduled OJC QuintetDowns would accept applicants with no ma ret of Houston. Tex., each with before the Tigers scored. Hillsbor
I II r Sporting previous experience. ough was leading 4 to 0 when Bob
service.- said in winding up. 136.E.
staff of nine umpires. I am at your for 11 ajiu with Bruce I Applicants accepted will pay J. Harrison of York. P_ I McGinms. threw in long shot for
Summers'hard sense impressed Combs. And after a little thought I Thomas and Ous Peeples of West their own personal expenses at the first-round leader with a 65, two points. This was their only
and discussion he turned back to Summers: ::, Palm Beach meeting Ed Burke school and sign a contract option lost tbe decision to Old Alan score in the first quarter while
: "Bill,- he asked, "would :you accept the responsibility for selecting and Buse and Guernsey and Tue BrevitiesAmerica's RiddleThe : with the league. Par and his 73 lost him ground the Terriers! made nine. The Red
the applicants yon'd like to have in this school and for selecting :: ro tackling Tom Burke and Gus I j I "If I tentatively accept with a total of 137. and Black team scored 13 points
.'the league a staff of nine good umpires next season?" I: Ganzenmuller. \ for the school"an Sum-applicant Bunched at 138 were Skip Alexander in the second period to Orlando
Bill's prompt reply was that he would gladly accept the re- Men's singles finals are set for threat: to the Australian -I Orlando Junior College mers said "and if he doesn't Lexington N. C.. Herman two more. The half ended 22 to 4,

SponsIhiJity for both tasks, and added. "1 want it." I als 2:30 at p.3.30 mwith.the doubles fin- tennis championships was Highlander basketball team rolled have what it takes to be an umpire Barren. White Plains. N. Y. and Milton Drake forward, with

"It's yours, then." Comas returned ,I p.m.Tournament officials said tickets brushed aside yesterday with the I to an easy 48-15 victory over the , then 111 tell him to look toanother John Frank Palmer Stranahan of Badin.of N. C.Toledo. I ing.four points The Tigers led the Tigers in acorI -
made
only five
s) I It '. sold for yesterday's rained-out elimination of Gardnar M alloy ;Riddle Inter-American College of profession and drop him Ohio. paced the amateurs with field goals and six foul
a shot for
| There was some talk about the school turning Into a large home(I matches would be good through and Tom Brown in the semifinals :Miami five here last night. from the school. However 1 am 140. tied with Ed Oliver Wilming their entire score.
for "snow b1r .l." the morning play,today but that : not looking for the type of fellow ton Del. Dai race of
I making the finals an affair London.Eng
I Ill take care of that" the veteran arbitrer smiled."It wont take ,, new tickets would be required for The locals, coached by Walter who merely wants a Job land: Jimmy Hines Chicago; Joe
me but a very short time to pick out those who have what It takes to finals play.Stripp. between Aussies Jack Bromwich Hudson started early in the !second .worth this the 1250 "this league will Zarhardt Norristown. Pa. and EustfsCops41-23

umpire If I think he has it. Ill work with him and make somebody and Dmny Pails . The Colum- quarter to pile up an over- pay season. Clayton Heafner, Charlotte N C. Win From Ketterlinus

an umpire: if he doesn't have it. Ill tell him he'd better get into an- bus Red Birds have signed Hal whelming lead that they continued Applicants may contact Sum- Dark-Horse George Schoux of (School to The Sjrvjr,.. Sen c
other profession he's wasting his time and ours too. i Pupils I Anderson as 47 manager. . to widen as the game mers at the Lamar Hotel here.The San Bruno Calif., had a second- EUSTIS The EustiS Panthers'e orl
progressed
> The general trend of the talk was that Combs and Summers felt Justice Arthur T. La Prade of the ,, school opens at 10 am. tomorrow, round blowup to take a 75 for a racked up a 41-23 victory: over
with daily sessions at the hotel total 143.Marty .
they could place every qualified umpire-every. one that Summers Play Practice Arizona Supreme Court has accepted ; during the opening week from 10 Ketterlinus of St- Augustine here
would recommend with the best retained for the Florida ,, I Bui-gust. Highlander forward last night
nine being I Ii the job as high commissioner am to 1 pm. and the last two Ray Catch led the
State League- Summers Judgment, alone. will determine who can Contests of the National Softball led the locals scoring with 10 1 weeks from 10 am. to 3:30: pm. Broussard locals with II point while Somis-

attend the school. ;i i Today I Congress . Joey Maxim of I'.1 points while Obrentz. Riddle guard, when students will umpire Stripp Resigns At Florida ton visitors.tallied a like number for the

:; And a* a parting shot Just to show bow bard baseball] men are Five hours of continuous base- Cleveland and Marty Clark of' took the evening's honors with 11. Baseball School games. GAINESViLLE
[AP) Marty An invading Umatflla
Washington D. C. meet at Miami girls'te int
for Summers said Pres. Harridge of the American
looking good umpires -
,, ball Is on docket at Joe Stripp's Broiusard.
University of walked off
Florida with
Tuesday night in 10-round a 26-20 win
League told him when he left to come here "to remember any: :, a I PROJECT OKAYED Joe Nowicki Wins over
Baseball School here at Tinker match . The U. of Washington i, trainer, has resigned to complete the local sextet In a preliminary
$tn you see who look like good umpires." Field today, with play starting at and Notre Dame have signed for BOSTON API A (12.000 project 1000-Yard worjt towards a decree In destis- game in which Allen scored 14
"It's a great chancellor men who really want to make umpiring 11 am. and continuing until 4 home-and-home football games I I for enlarging the dressing room atFenway ; Classic try. and Raymond West assistant points for the winners and Bar
vapralesslon. and to go to the top of the profession." ha concluded.: 1 1r 4PJn.' '1 starting in 1948 . Ralph"Chub- Park home of the American BOSTON .(API Bowing for the trainer and equipment manager bara Schneider had 10 for EusUs.
.- 6 Al Combs made a smart decision when he*left the league'sAiring I'' Stripp said most allot the 126 I by" Simmons head grid coach at ;i League Red Sox, was authorized second time in 24 hours. Bill Hulse will succeed him Head - --- -
l problems to Summers, a man_who knows the umpiring ;. students enrolled in the school Staunton Military: Academy, has yesterday by the Civilian Production j:' of New York. America's fastest Coach Raymond Wolf announced -
". business and make no mistake about that > would see action during the day. been appointed line coach at Administration with a i roller in history and Sweden yesterday !
1 when several scouts are expected Syracuse U. . Ellis Johnson :' string attached. i!I Rune Gustafsson were forced to Broussard. who Joined the !: CHROMITEMETAL
to be on hand. coach at Morehead State Teachers I trail Joe Nowicki of Fordham. in athletic staff last April, tendered '
Burt Shotten former Cleveland College, has turned down an offer' YANKS. SKINS TRADE the Cheverus 1000-yard run last his resignation effective Feb.
Five Minor Leaguers Suspended ,. coach. who is now scouting for to go to VMI as football and WASHINGTON I API The night in the Knights of Columbus ruary 1. lie will enter the Loyola TILE
Brooklyn, arrived yesterday to basketball coach. Washington Redskins announced'yesterday I track meet in the Boston Garden. School of Dentistry hi New OrI I
spend a while looking over the that Fullback FrankAkins Nowicki had two yards on Hulse i leans.hind I I
For Trying To. "Fix" ContestsDURHAM school's talent. See-Tee-See captured the $50.- had been traded to the Boston when he broke the tape in 2:13.5
000 Santa Catalina handicap at Yanks for Halfback Jim Oil and Gustaf sson was fourth be | DETROIT tICTORIOl'S I Oife of America'sReally
I N. C. [UP] Five players charged with conspiring G4ME CANCELLEDHOLLYWOOD Santa Anita yesterday with Pere lette. Both clubs are in the National New York University's Stan Cal- OSHKOSH Wis. API Detroit's Fine Products!

to "fix" postseason playoff games in the Evange- LAP Promoters Time second and Sierra Fox Football League. lender defending champion Ice Yacht :,
(
line League in Louisiana suspended from organized baseball announced yesterday that an All-I third . George McQuinn. a ', Club won the first heat of the
Star collegian-professional football Philadelphia A's castoff will get three out of five heat tttee e1d bats emu see ..t..
,l yesterday; by retiring Minor Leagues Boss \V. G. 'I game scheduled here today a chance with the N. Y YQankeesin Greenberg Should Find for the Stuart International competition w. .ew a.raa.nib tntnU.1 ..!
j uramnam.Bramham. had been definitely: called off because Spring training . The Boston Forbes Trophy against the challenging ..aKa.&I\. Meteeeee ton U....
said that despite j t of player demands for more Braves have released outfielder ,Oshkosh Club In the Northwestern :i, elf the tmtf .......l

I';"circumstantial evidence" to support -tOne lJpWinsAt money._ Carden. . Signing Gillenwater of Jim to Wasdell.Milwaukee Ray ,,: Field Happy Hitting Grounds I Lake Ice Yacht Association Regatta on no. tu to inn note sad w B Nor
Wlnnebago
: the charges It was a "pre- Poet and Joe Frazier brought to ,I! yesterday. I run; aid! Ulan' so u. dirt. eau sad .......
(.cartous assignment1 to find the 28 the number of Cleveland In- NEW YORK [NEA] Henry Greenberg should,be highi i i, MAI'ER TELLS PLANS i,
'
!players guilty of throwing games dian-contracts signed to date . ly pleased to move to Pittsburgh. 'I LOS ANOELES IAPJ ii
.i but said there was enough other Sunshine ParkOLDSMAR. Bob Klinger has signed his Boston Forbes Field has long been .a happy hitting grounds! Magnate Louis B. Mayed J.lov1e.announced i!. METAL TILE CO.
conduct detrimental to baseball a Red Sox contract. . Rumorsare i' ..
One of Babe Ruth's last yesterday he would sell a. cntiti rtM Ian
acts as an active combatant
o Justify the decision. afloat that the Cleveland Indians his
huge hone
\ lie branded as "reprehensi Fla. lAP Jockey J. are N. Y. Yankees are on :: with the Braves_ was the blasting of three home runs in a public auction Feb.racing 27. stable at I nlubes rala....... aeewrN
I the verge of another player deal. same ui i-iiuouign. i -
ble" their failure to notify club Baird booted home two winners
Before the World Series of 1927. I
and had been league officials when they yesterday before 5,120 fans who Bill Dudley has notified the the little Waner brothers stood 'I the feet. A fast infield doesn't :|I
.
I approached by* gamblers bet $110.075 through the mutuel Pittsburgh Steelers he definitelywill awe-stricken as Ruth and Gehrig. take the sip out of sharplyhitgrounder
with
"propositions.1 ,
windows at Sunshine Park. not play for them in '47 . in batting practice, pumped ball ." ; ,
The retiring Minor League bead Baird scored: his double win on a Bill Meek former Tennessee great.Is after ball high into the Forbes The vote for Forbes Field /If.
,also warned that the investigation the latest addition to MarI I, Field rightfleld may come a* a surprise to the '
'robably would be continued by Frclan In the first race and One land's coaching staff . Vic i iSchw I the wall stands or over I casual: onlooker, who would suspect -
Yta successor, George Trautman of Up In the featured six to win the all. Northwestern halfback, yond. and Into the gulch be- that the Polo Ground, \:
Detroit, because of testimony con- 'Tampa Chamber of Commerce and Clarence Esser. Wisconsin' with its abort and Inviting
corning "other parties connected purse. tackle, have signed Chicago Cardi- "Forbes Field b here I d. lands would be the batter ...
with EvangeUne League Clubs. nal contracts . Hubert BechtoL! my best bIUin ." Dixie: Walker IJyiium.
i The five placed on baseball ineligible I Frelan paid $2350 to win and U of Texas end. now belongs to of tbe Dodger frequently has
A batter
One Up returned $2180 to holdersof gets a home run on
list were Mtr. Paul Fugit. the Pittsburgh Steelers . The raid."I have played in both ma- the Harlem
12 win Uckf'ts.Batrd' simply by parking the
: W. Tampa baseball club has asked jor leagues
Alvin Kaiser. Leonard Prcou and can tell yea It
and W C. Thomas of the Houma first race winner paired the H'lUborough County legislative Is tbe best hitting park of the tall 257 feet down the right field
with Red Man in the second re.a delegation to I line. Home runs at the Polo
:X*. Club and Don Vetorel of the sponsor a bill bunch.
:Abbeville, La. team. formed the daily double combination making It a criminal offense to I,Grounds long since came to be
1 Bramham said he found In the which paid $158.30: bribe participants in athletic con- "Pittsburgh beats them an. known as being of the Chinese
rase -positive allegations and clrrumstantial Jockey K. Greever brought teA Augie Balan. recently swapped by variety, meaning cheaply manu- 1
Orand Gay home on top in the the Brooklyn,. long has contended. factured. In Pittsburgh .
evidence to the foul
.
supportAlthough fourth to I!' ,
$510 "
hem." pay and the Edward i F0s11elt GRIDDER DIES "Cincinnati is second St. .. lines: scale from 300 to 355 feet. W
A Carver entry Emjaybeeand ATLANTA (AP Berrlen Moore Louis third Hank Greenberv !! 'see lt.
doesn have
each of the Mr. Dodo finished one-two toak x. A Ds
players
63
tis'nct manager of AUls-Chal- Pittsburgh offers three distinct
for
rigorously in the fifth to take the bulk ... any favors at the plate
of
denied the charges.: "
mcrs Manufacturing Co. in Tam- Joys to the batter .
explains Wal- but the old Tiger's aching dogswont p.aswarS16.95:
the
Ybor
City The
Bramham
I Mid there is atfl-- purse entry
Fla.. and
dent other conduct detrimental paid $(.10 for a win ticket. FRINGE OV; TO.": Most picturesque Tech pa. football a former Georgia ker. "A background of dark green object to the Forbes Field
to baseball established by the competitor in the famed star died in an Atlanta trees behind the center field wall batter's box being comfortable to
I record to Justify the decbloa" U MIAMI I A P 1 Gierr R1dd1e'Fanns' Powderball Pedestrian Meeting at ---hospital- -yesterday.-- The batter box is comfortable to the feet
I suspend them. 'V The Shaker won the $10.- Edinburgh was Alexander Robert ------
\ 000 added Palm Beach Handicap son. 26-year-old wood-cutter of
: lie said the "other conduct" in- at Hialeah yesterday The four- Duns. Berwickshire Belonging to
rhtded association with knownamblers year-old brown gelding paid the Israelite of the House of
( betting on horse races $11.20 $5 and $340. David, a religious sect Robertson Work Play
and other practices "detrimental Air Patrol was second and Lord is not allowed to cut his hair or l or
to the best Interests of the game. onuo third. shave He Is shown during one

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Orlando, Florida( January imthag 26 rntUtrl-&tar, 1947 Page'lpFEdoJa.\.I Pittsburgh, Buys Hi Bithorn From Chicago








I 1 i Big PitcherGoes i Field Grows for Sixth



Big black bass are now coming in fast in the Sears-Sentinel-SUr

Statewide fishing contest: and there are now two fish weighing 13 to Bucs Annual Two-Ball TourneyA 0

pounds or better entered for the cash prizes! The outlook is for the

finest fishing for back bass of the entire year during the remainderof

this month and through February. total of 24 teams-with more expected-have already

Speckled perch have started "going to town" since the recent ForWaiver Pricei entered the sixth annual Florida Mixed Two-Ball Open

cold spells and undoubtedly many thousands of these fine gamesters Golf Championships which opens at Dubsdread Country

will be caught over the coming weekend many of which shouldbe I I I I Club Feb. 5, Denny Champagne club pro announced to-

entered in the contest. I I i i I PITTSBURGH tAP The,.
Several parties of Orlando anglers were sailfishing over the Pittsburgh Pirates took another
present weekend due to of The entry list to date Includes
reports unusually good sailfishing off the step in the development of what Famed GolferIn
east coast-all the result also of the cold wave. The report on their Mrs. Babe Zaharias. Denver. Colo. s
they hoped will be pennant -
a contending
luck win be awaited on Monday or Tuesday when they have aQ returned All-American and National Ama-

i I club this year when they Exhibition teur champion; Betty Jameson e 1I

I|'purchased Hiram [Hi] Bithorn. San Antonio Texas. National

A new official weighing station In the contest has just been I i 200-pound righthanded'pitcher.. ,I Here Amateur queen in 1939 and 1940

established on.Tony Island near Belle Glade in the popular Lake from the Chicago Cubs for theI, Today and runnerup in both the National

Okeechobee angling section where black bass fishing has been excel-I waiver price of 10000. i iBithom.
(, Bea Gottlieb pro at the West Open and All-American last year;
lent lately since the cold weather put pep into the game fish of that the :20th major or :I Palm Beach Country Club for the I Louise Suggs. Lithua Springs. Ga.. e

area. Capt. Raymond "Whit'e" Recor. whose home is 23 miles from minor I league athlete obtainedby I past 12 years and well known for

downtown Belle Glade and whose address is Box 535. Belle Glade. the Pittsburgh club via trade, her patented golfing devices will Western Open and Western Ama-

is equipped to weigh and enter fish officially in this contest. draft or purchase since the close :give a golf demonstration and teur champion and Patty Berg of RETREADING

Another weighing station for salt water fish has been set up at I of last season had his greatest links instruction at Orlando Coun- I Duluth Minn. National Open FINEST

Wabasso about 99 miles from Orlando. near the point were Sebastian year when he won 18 and lost try Club from 2 pm. until 4 p.m.today. champion last year.Pet !
12 while posting an earned-run BUY
Inlet used t. be. Harry Cole is weighmaster there. Look for t average of 2.59 for the Cubs in Kirk of Findlay Ohio and CAN

"Cole's Texaco station if fish are caught in the vicinity of Wabasso j 1913. He went off to war at the The demonstration, arrangedby j 'Joe Kirkwood. Philadelphia, defending HONEY

and weigh them before any weight Is lost by evaporation! l'I end of the 43 season and came tbe Orlando Women's Golf ,
champions hare also
Assn.. is free and all members
Capt. C. D. Andersen proprietor of Dos LaFevers Fish Camp at back last season with a 6 and F
registered for
| of the association are urged to I the four-day
fishy Welaka is also a weigh-master-look for some 14-pounders from 5 record while striking out 86. |I I attend. I event.

Welaka. folks before this big fishing contest comes to an end with News of the purchase of Bithorn :
March 1. came as 46 Pirate scouts and farm' Miss Gottlieb former student of Champagne said the champion-

I club gathered to formulate plans I Ernest Jones famed golf Instructor ship flight would include 32 qualified n.4
for the future. is one of the Souths best- .
Standings In the adult Black Bass division now are: I known teams.The
feminine
teaching profes-
entry lot t date
Twenty of the 22-man scouting :
A 13 pound. 8 oz. fish from Brick Lake taken on a Heddon spook I I, sionals. P*. Kirk ...dl.... Ohia, and ,.. Kirkvor. .
staff headed by Ted McGrew. .
Ir Philada.ahia.atty ; ;
f
Park Drive.A
W.P.Blackburn 1012 Delaney
plug by
were on hand to recevie territorial Bars Duluth. Mmn> and Deny
13-pound bass from Lake Wales taken by P. L. Gentry Winter I assignments and to hear farm Dir. Billiard Expert Shows I Cnampatna. Oriane
Ahce O NaaU Kallina '
Callna. andStackun
visitor in Orlando from Clinton Tenn. He used a red and white Ray Kennedy outline plans for 26 ._... Jackaenvilla.Laa .

unnamed plug. schools in as many weeks\ starting Skill Here Tomorrow .allms.Clara.......... Ratlins. and Pet Dy. I $700&DO.

An 11 pound 6 oz.bass caught In Clear Lake with a live shiner I around April 1. ,1 I\ Johnny Irish one of the I Icountry's Matack. .olli.... and Clmr, P.... J l
Most of the executives C.D.trwt. .
by Mrs. Edna Morrison. 1500 Grand Ave. and team .
.
matrt
top-ranking billiard Mary Partland. Ore and Carl
An 11-pounder. taken in Sand Lake on a Two Thousand plug by managers of clubs with which the Oann. Orlando.aba .'
Buccaneers will have affiliation I experts, will give a free demonstration Z....,;.*. 0.....*.. and GeraldWatair. law
O. M. Veach. of his fancy shots and OHand

A 10 pound. 3 oz. bass from Lake Sioux taken with a live shiner 1 Ted also were Sullivan.present.Indianapolis They Included.: Tom |I play a special exhibition match M.H..........t. cka Oriando.Jaan .*. t....__. N. J.. codley

D. of the Orlando Fire Dept.A of 100 balls with local .....
by W. Handy, McCaffrey and Roland P. Halpin. 'L a cue expert H oak. Cleveland and fin Allen. -
bass of 10 pounds even from Lake Formosa taken on a John- at 3 p.m. tomorrow at the OLandDacothy
Albany: George Brown and Paul Fa tar. ."" ....ieI... III., and
of 1837 Ferris Dr. San Juan Billiard Parlor. r ..,,. WE LOAN YOU
son Silver Spoon by A. C. Hauser I Hummel York. Pa.; Fred Hering. Oilbart. Cincinnati ,
A 9 pound. 8 oz. bass from Lake Corrine, taken by R. W. Jenkins. I Keokuk. Iowa L. O. Parker and Fawn Mar***. Maitland.Hilay. Ortand Fla. and Jama*

of 32 Rosalind Ave. on a Shannon epinner. I Walter Woodson. Salisbury. N. C.: Seghl and Bob Bonifay. Tallahassee. ..tty ,.__. San. A...*..... Tx. and TIRES WHILE WE
Ky Laffn. Orlando.Emma
An 8 pound. 12 oz.. black bass from Sylvan Lake taken with fly 4. S. Herlong Jr. and Bill Good. Fla.: Bob Whitmer, Riversile. Lu P.._*. Gainesville and

rod and "popper" by: James A. Leahy, of 1476 Grove Terrace. Winter Leesburg. Fla.; Frank Macy and ;I Calif. and Bruno Haas Fargo. N. ..Sally.....* Gallatin.,-.. Tallanasaa Gainaavill. and Chart :- RETREAD YOURS!

Park. Arthur Doll. Hornell N. Y.; Phil I D. I E .......... Winter Part
nn Laura* *u***. LithuaMarten 1,,",,_ 0.. an i
Brunt Atlanta
BoyS (id Girl Black, Bass: A bass of 19 pounds I or., taken bY Billy Mary Ana Wall Menwnmi.*. Mick \t4'1
Henderson. IS. of 705 Grand Ave.. on a Heddon River Runt Spook plung. in Madison Hanover TurnIn I and Phrt Grranwald., MdwaukN.Fl. .
Lake Underbill. Farcry .. Bob*. Orland and Ed Levy. .....-
A bass oi a pounds. 1 ox from Lake Apopka, caught by Miss Annell fertfMarea
_...
.. ,
Gunthr. M Tnn and
Rolen. 10. on bye baitA ... ..,.lti..
bass of I pounds I oz.. from Lake Lancaster taken with a cripple Fine Showing at Exposition Virginia Hum* Bartock. Chicae*. and Mark
minnow by George Reed ace 1J. of IllS Orangewood Ave I Mainart Park Hidaa. .... More ears ron on Firestone Retreads than yean experience la treading tire for the y
A bass of t pounds. IS ow from Lake County. taken with a River Runt ., '
'aba .u' St. Pvtarabur and Tiny
Bf DAVID [rlGGIEl, FRIEDMAN, bus, track andtaliaesta. WHsn *
plug by IJ-year-old Larry lander of 101* E Mass .. M.tli_ W.. J other kind. The first rectos back of largest <
A bass of S pounds.; : 11 ox, taken by James ::tmn:: 12 West Gore. Young n>e Sunday Sentinel-Star. Homess-Horse Expert] Laddi ."'"". ,..._**d. N. J. andArn4d C on any you rimtoiM K tnadi yon gtt a 7
.
Core used worms for bait to catch this black bass ......... Cioy. this customer satisfaction is Firestone factoryget lob den by fsc -treiaed"knowbow
A bass of I pounds. S.o.ob'.t: St. Johns River taken by Billy h.1I.A Highlights out at the new Florida Livestock Exposition I L*..e Jr.>.. T.II.Whtttakw...._.Tallahassee, and Jim ." tacked by more than 20 Xpert*. Drive to today!
It. of Lockhart. He used No I plug.
Grounds the week the ............
.
bass of l'. pounds from Lake Davis entered by James Powell 11. who past were training performances of IIIfrs. Charfcn Ckneland. andJannny
used worms for bait. Young Powell also entered bass of one pound even from the trotters from Wrraht. Orland
two-year-old the Ben White and Arden Frada N4an. Hrm C...... Pa. and
the Mint lake on the same day. Homestead stables. Frank ....... ML PI,,_... Fla. t n oT.OA* *rra 4w+rya tCw +. .wwml.< owe".fig e s x7. .. too.-
(
1
A sallfish of (1 pounds, taken off Palm Beach by Irving R. Brown of 411Broadway Trainer Ben White drove the colt Madison Hanover a
.. __ _
still leads the sailfish division for which only one prize-for the quarter ot a mIle m 36-.4 u secondsand '!;, Tigers, Shooting Stars
heaviest .1II..h-t. posted.
The 40-pouml channel bass from Mosquito Inlet takes by Harold G. wuof -. the last eighth in ma sec- ified. Win Boys Club ContestsThe
41J Boone St. still leads in that class. onds. and trainer Harry Pownall Numbers in parenthesis Indicate -
Largest, speckled. perch .a far entered 4s the I pound. I OL. fish from Lake drove the Arden Homestead bredFarC1'1 their age for these workouts Orlando Boys Club Basket- STORESORANGE
Apopka. entered by Archi Desirable of 103O: Gurney Ave For some reason entries from the various stables.
ball League continued Saturday
in the .speckled perch division have been few though the perch are biting; a mile In 246 last quarterin I
.t present. 36'/z. WHITE STABLE morning play yesterday when the
Judo
Mar
Among saUfiahermen leaving Orlando for the weekend to enjoy the "run" I All the following are twoyearold ......n.. Diana La N Way a mil in* J9I.oa.in ITVa Brieht i.e.n Tigers scored a 15-10 victory over
of big fellows. over on the coast. were William Jayne Jr and his father. William trotters unless otherwise Star in JA. Amea Scat in 1*. last %_ the Wildcats and the Shooting; AT CONCORD PHONES 2-3171 or 2-3172
specIe
Jayne. also Charlie Spross of Toledo. Onto," who is .
: spending several weeks m in m* Cerdelia Hanever in .!*. A_
Orlando, where .he formerly lived and owned several fine homes. Report on these line Manvr m 41 N.bbnmueht in 41. : Stars largely on B. Eicher's 10
anglers who expect to enter sailfish in the Orlando contest. will be awaited. I .rant. time _.... Thn ..c.... clt. T.- points. copped a 17-8 decision
... .. .
n Mal M sav. t iniai .a N. Santa
\
from the Red Devils.
Mite in 411*. W N. R.eselds drev hi* 1
I-vear-dd, trettine eelt Niblik' : mil* m 3351 I
SPORTS FIGURE DIES last 4* in JSV, attar the ......... Mr. Slay.nM .
i' 1 t I HOLLYWOOD (API Quay remarked thn celt i* th* beat 5.NM -
I Jones of Johnston. Pw for 19 he *vr drev end he brad at least
M that ara in '''. all TIN which n> a
I I 1 years closely associated with the ramarkaW ...aid far a Mnl. braadar. _
annual shrine East-West football .OEN MOllnSTE.D STARLS
\came at San Francisco died Sun- PNi.* celt Valan cauaUd with Heater
f
Land la in 354. Th _
trettara. Titan M.
day night. at. a Hollywood hotel sinS) apparently from a heart attack. mil* in 1121*. last M 'a> 14 Gal Oaan
Ilsa7uwr I
(1> e.uetsd with American Ballad (II N325553s. I
,He was about 58.
.
Mar* Mana.ar IS) eawlad I
.MhFY'sFulestFutkBoats with Baatrw Manager 1114-WVi.Mamacat .
2I _td with Scats Guard i
I3> bath br -- last in Ukh. farww %
Guides TWO FISHING SENSATIONS >- hiehly ...ared Walter a..ss. <4> rn I
ssaa-Is. Musty Neat (1 i* m 4L.th .
.. ; --- I pNiP'1O
Iaid Tackle Salt water plugs trout go ..." 's seats; Kits STARLS
for it! to throw- """ V' l'. The a..d w.mbns ware hMMr ,
crazy Easy ,"...:.."',. eaat west.. Tratt.n filly. ;=* I II Just -
good action. ... ...."'! Ftower 11) eeueled with the .acr. March
I Maw ..... in U1>A ..., 4* in 3414. The .
1 _IIMSdVIIll FRESH: WATER BUCK TAIL i:; 1 _. E..... H...... In _._ w.M
W....... Girl I.> in >U>4-J* *. Pact I The Training
Big bass strike hard! Pulls thru =.. Army Hal in 214-11. Trettin* i
Grand Parad <1> cavekrd with Atenm -
all weeds. Use any pork rind. ; 1 E. J. Nil 42) eeueiad with Frraeeway Ulaat ) I You Need
Only te each. a M is*. at th* and *f their slew p11c11c11
x' .., < I lets. I
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"Uncle Edwards _..... .
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[4 times America's best _ter.J I .haa Manever an Parr .._ _.. htX2 I
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UI Trenton Orland. Frs.I HARRY POW ALL Aeain m In 23545-3S. Batty .. ... m I AIRPORT/
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Navy Gridders To Steer Clear j Class 'A' Site I !""'-"" Here Races SlatedAt I-Dour Since SenI 193 Systems Anywhere Installed I


: Of High Pressured Athletics I Today DaytonaSpecial

F ANNAPOLIS, Md. [AP] All the talk going around about'to Be ChangedGAINESVILLE I The combined Wild West Rodeo to The Sunday Sentinel-Starl '
rte and Hollywood Thrill Circus will DAYTONA BEACH-A field of
high pressure athletics isn't registering at the U. S. Naval :
Academy. The new skipper is emphatic: Middie football'' ; ,return to Orlando today for a one- aboupt 40 cars have entered the

teams will not become enmeshed in "the big time." class A State high show performance starting at 3 160-mile Rayson Trophy stock car
Rear" Adm. James L. Holloway Jr., Navy training ex- ball tournament Y pm. at the Sunbrock Rodeo Win- rac >s in competition for prize
i pert who took over as superintendent -'.. j in Miami as ter training quarters on the Winter money of $3.000 starting at 2:30
ten days ago.declared yester- !Lafayette Golden. Garden Rd. pjn. here today. Top prize money
b g
shifting toward
I policy philosophy
: a tary of the
day Navy always has regarded' that sports. should benefit Athletic Assn.. Some 200 cowboys and cowgirlswill .of $1,000 plus extra lap money will
sports as "an instrument of train-
ing" and would never deviate from'| primarily the participants. yesterday. I I combine with the late Lucky go to the inner.
that policy. They see eye to eye on that theI Golden said that Teeter thrill circus for the per- Cecil Dobson of Orlando and
admiral indicated. High School had formance being staged by Rodeo J. C. Van Landingham of DeLand i
Admiral Holloway said his attitude 1 "We have high standards at the ,that it would not be Inc. Among the top-ranking attractions are the entries from Central Floe
is not to be contrasted
Naval academy. and sports are'II ida
arrangements for will be the appearance of that have announced their intentions -
with that of G Maxwell "
Maj. : e
carried on in that pattern. the and had requested to participate in a field
Big Sid. the big bull with a $1.000
D. Taylor superintendent of the
f military academy, who recentlysuggested I admiral said. "We supported in- nual classic: be price on his head for anyone able headed by Atlanta racers. Dir Bin
( football and all
ter-collegiate Golden said France revealed last night.
no
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Orlando, Florida, January 26, 1947 Shr unbag rnttnrl-&. 1r Page 9

Clermont Hospital I

t I Connie Britt. Ann Co art. Sue
Church Vestry 'Lions Plan ; Carol HallHonored I Shaw.Sandra Burgess. Kathy Burgess -

Ambulance, Business, PleasurService ; Billy Austin. Judy Hall, Petty -
Zt# Reports Progress AnniversaryProgram ; Moore. Marilyn Burgess, Jean
Ellis Orean Hall.

Ir MIS. V. W. KELLY end I!'Members ToldSoeriol 'I Mothers present were Mrs. Mark
# Paul Mrs.
? MRS J. E. KONSLEKTSpeciol I On Birthday Bntt. Mrs. Burgess
? to The Sunday Sentinel-Star Judson Moore. Mrs. G. S. Han Jr..
CLERMONT-A resume of activities of the Clermont ( to Toe Sunday! Sennnef-Stor] [Special to The S-ndcv Sennef-StorJ: {So*,o to T a Sunday Sert net.Star? Mrs Lester Austin. Mrs. E. H. El-
LEESBURG-Members of the WINTER GARDEN-Dr. A. A. t WETTER GARDEN-Mrs. Wil- :lis. Mrs. Roy Burgess Mrs. O. S.
Hospital for 1946, after its re-opening in February, reveals ,
Hall, and Mrs. A. W. Cowart.
that 160 patients were cared for and 47 babies born in the :vestry of St. James' Episcopal. Delage, president of the Winter 'lis Hall entertained in her home
Church, here and Holy Trinity in I' '
Garden Lions Club '
announces Monday honoring her daughter
the Florida
hospital during year. Fruitland Park have been electedfor Lowest year for orange
This is a record achievement for the hospital, built the year. i completed plans for club's first Carol Lolaine who was celebrating production was 1899 when the
under sponsorship of the Clermont At Holy Trinity Fr. William M. anniversary, combining It with her fourth birthday. ''State produced only 273.000 boxes.
Welfare League in 1941. and oper- Hargis Alfred P. Bosan- the official visit of District Gov. I A pastel color scheme was used .
appointed ------------------------
y 1 .J ., ated as a non-profit organization quet senior warden, while Or- 'Joseph A. Alvarez of Pensacola. in decorations and the beautifully How About'LOAFING IT
Average Flying Time Through contributions of these Robert Drawdy I mond Vickers-Smith has been I The anniversary celebration will decorated green and white birth- -..
New 1946 Twin EngineBEECHCRAFT Nan Td -- _ 5-30.. citizens, the hospital closed for 011 elected junior warden and Wil be an elaborate banquet in the day cake was surrounded with an
wN.. D" C. __.430.. several" during the has arrangement: of yellow hibiscus.
years war
...... __ 6-15 fred N. Seller secretary and ;City Auditorium. By necessity the Aboard the Houseboat '1* BOMS'*
_ ? __ r-15.. been able to add several pieces of treasurer.At I number of guests is limited to Paper hats and dainty mint cups fer a week ., tediu Rtvcr y('rllblac."he .
Ch......O.4.,. ... _____ __J ..._. equipment to its facilities the past Killed By Auto !I St. James, the rector ap->250.. and reservations are fast approaching with place cards attached were Cntf Sbaaty-Fbn Boat_ (w ru.es L. _*
Cruise in and .......". _. sOIL. ... year.It pointed E. J. Maugans senior 'I the limmit. Bobby favors I c': r..a a. ran o.v. taai ice. rt.
Luxury Comfort Lyons is grenral chairman of the Guests were Betty Ann Clark.
SIS. is
- supported through .. warden and Frederic L. Baxter : ------------------------
200 M.P.H. 7 D.inm ___ S-30 rl.dw..rlr efforts of the Welfare League, [Sceciol to The Sjxby Sentmet.Star] junior warden. The vestry was !j occasion. Committees are: t.
PassengerDeparture .....5ll... __ trN..yC.M 10..... which has sponsored various I FRUITLAND PARKRobertNewt then organized with the following ,. Hall committee Ernest Crawford -
from your nearest airport __ 230... drives and entertainments. Drawdy. 28, was.. killed Sat- committees: Finance J. Otis Bob Lease Bobby Lyons,

Wire-phone-20 Blue M.r........-.. M.. ..- a II...... It is recognized by the Ameri- i urday struck by morning a car State when Patrolman he was Butler, chairman with Mr. Mau- I Gerald Foods: Thompson Charles Connell.and Tom Ralph Russ. I Ormond A. McAbee
can Hospital Assn. that all small gans. Mr Baxter. Emil Yde. treas- i
'W. J. Lane said was driven by Harrell. Reuben Anderson Cecil
I hospitals while filling a vital needin Alfred W. Smith. 14, of Fruitland urer and W Fred Herlong. assistant Dees. Herman Drie-scherf Finance i having years of experience qnaliflrd to be
the community must struggle ,I Park. treasurer; property Frank Br. BIT. Lawson, George Bond.
GRIFFIN 4 I for existence and are largely supported H. Bourlay chairman assisted by R. E. Rogers Roy Burgess. A. J "YOUR TRAVEL AGENT"
in the above manner and Drmwdy and a companion A. Keith S. Parns. Robert S. Morris Bush. Russell Pounds. Ward Britt.A II
H by tax subsidies and endowments. A.Arris of Fruitland Park were and Frederic L. Baxter. ,( C. Dilly and George Sharp.
!
owe,N v < The president of the American walking north on the Leesburg- Publicity. William B. Clements Program committee: Joe Valdes.Dr. t AIR, BUS AND STEAMSHIP TICKETS
Fruitland 1'
Hospital Assn. said no hospital Park road facing chairman assisted by William M. ; Delage. Dr. B P. Harter. Lee
. with less than 40 beds should be traffic. Lane said Drawdy wa .
IIIIz Love and J Otis Butler: hospitality Grimes. Dr Phillips Procurement CRUISES AND TOURS
expected to fully support itself struck when Smith who was Robert S. Morris chairman. committee Hart Miller L. M. Mc- I
and even much larger hospitalsare going north attempted to passa Keith Millan. Clarence Thompson. Wilson -
S. Parris
and Frank H.
track in Aleets lor
continually seeking funds.In direction.traveling the same Bourlay; service. Mrs. Pang, Griffith. Clyde Burnett. A. D.

order to reopen the hospital chairman, and Mr. Maugans and Mims and Albert Cowart. Twelve I Miami--P. & 0. STEAMSHIP CO.-Havana
Drawdy died few girls from Lakeview High School
last year members of the a minutes Mr. Love; music. W. Fred Her-'
League offered Dr. John McGuire after being struck. Arris was not long, chairman. Mr. Clements and will serve the dinner and receive
M.D.. office space In the hurt. Drawdy, who was married guests.
Mr. Maugans and building Mr.
:
building for his private practice had recently moved to Fruitland I'I LANIER TRAVEL SERVICE SUNN1LAND TRAVEL BUREAU
,
Maugans chairman. Fred Her-
in exchange: for his service Park from Jacksonville after being Established IMS Established UN
long G. G. Oldham. treasurer, Church Plans
as hospital physician and to act discharged from the Army. Pending i j
as head of the hospital opera- completion of the investigation and Robert Morris clerk of theI 30 E. PINE ST. PHONE 5301
tion. Dr. McGuire was resuming no charges have been made I I vestry.
in the case. Lane said. EvangelisticServices
active practice after serving as ,
captain In the medical forces Mr. Drawdy came to Fruitland !;
a oversea**. Park just three weeks ago from ,; Forum Plans
Jacksonville He was veteran of''
In addition to Dr. McGuire. the World War n Surviving are his I t e rz
hospital gives free access. for prac- wife.Jeanette Fruitland Park; hi* Lecture [tSpeciaf ta TV, < nd:, S-r 'TT' irl
Uce, to any other doctor recog- parents Mr. and Mrs. R. N. ORLO VISTA Plans were
4 nized by the American Medical Drawdy. Jacksonville: two brothers. made for a series of evangelistic
PlY' Assn. and licensed by the State of William and Earl Drawdy. ': On Japan I II services' at the meeting of the
Florida, who wishes to bring his Jacksonville and two sisters. Loraine #{stewards and trustees of the
t patients to the hospital. and Ruby DrawdY Jackson-1 [Speiol to The Swxfay Sentinel-Storl Methodist Church to start Feb
Mrs. Claude Huggins! and Mrs. ville. |I MT. DORA The Forum sponsored -,,2. At the Jneeting were Mr. and
H. M. Cole nurses at the hospital The body will be forwarded : by the Methodist and Community Mrs. E. W. Newcomb. Mr. and
have handled the physical opera- Sunday to Jacksonville for fu-; Churches will open the Mrs. Cecil McMichen. Mrs. H. P.
tion of the hospital. To lighten neral services and interment. The I i season Monday at 8 p.m. at the Moye Jr.. Mrs. Roy King. Mrs.
their work. Mrs. Stella Rodgers Page-Theus Funeral Home U in Communit Church. The speaker 'Fred Hirst. E. E. Lord and the
; Joined the staff in December.The charge of will
arrangements. be Dr. G. Sidney Phelpst who
i hosts. Rev. and Mrs.T. R. Adams.
also made collections
nurses will speak 'Japan Tomorrow"Dr. 'I
on
I The Women of
j Society Christian -
for hospital services and
Obituaries Phelps lived in Japan for 30
Service held its
meeting
from this money purchased food
TO HAVANA CUBATHE supplies paid bills and their l'IRS."SA ELLERS years. He was an observer with Thursday I with Mrs. T. B. Harrison -
own salaries under direction of ST. CLOUD-Mrs. Anna tilers. the Japanese Army in Manchuria',, and Mrs. E. W. Newcombas
the League. From this 76, died at her home here Friday. during the Russo-Japanese war. hostesses. Rev. and Mrs. T. R
S. S. FLORIDA one el America* fined hawy hnen.U I money: i During World War I he servea
as
tailing again! Leaving Miami. yen can new enjoy a they were guaranteed a mini- She is survived by her husband. of :Adams assisted by Mrs. Freda aaa.a..r.: :. sy
the commissioners of
one the
delightful dinner and a gloneu evening el enlerlauunent mum small salary by the Charles Ellars. and a sister. Mrs i Waid. conducted a study course. IOU CAV ENTEa
aboard ship, arriving next morning in romantic Havana. League, with a maximum modest Freda Dreyer residing In Ger American Red Cross in Siberia Members present were: Mrs. H.
salary to be attained additional later as chief executive of the
by I many. P. Moye Jr. Mrs. Cecil McMichen.Mrs. .
FOUND TRIP FART. Including $ *%OO work. Any deficit in Arrangements in charge of EIs- YMCA work with the American I I E. E. Lord. Mrs R. L. Webb.
mania and berth at .... only "T Bej Win Ten paring expenses was made up elstein-Wiggmton will be announced Expeditionary Forces in Siberia. Mrs. Roy King and Mrs. Bank- VICAMERA
from a fund established by the He has served as staff lecturer on :
'fli fL MONDAYS. If. Miami P.M. AR. HAVANA TUELI LM. League. later.Harry Oriental affairs since 1936 for the man.Mrs.. Marie Hemming Homestead CONTEST

Some of the major pieces of Bureau of University Travel. is the houseguest of Rev ia-D Open To ATI Amateur
WEDNESDAYS U.Miami 7 P.M. AX. HAVANA THURJ.A.M. equipment added include an X- Worthman and Mrs. T. R. Adams. i VALIABUE CASH PRIZE
ray machine, a Humidicrib. Resuscitator AS entries most be In by Aped le
.. .FRIDAYS. . Lr. Miami 7 P.M. ML HAVANA SAT...i A.'". three Simmons Hospital Portrait Painter Nursery Mrs. Johnny Olson "and Mrs of TALLAHASSEE Write for tan details FLORIDA.
beds one baby crib three bedside Lily Lang Miami were guests V i7
OH L S. Rente Jl) Miles Inert* el Tallakau*
ay
Mrs Nettle
Byrd. Fleming
(IITUItI tail art. I.e lUfi THUlS.. SUN. 700 p"AI. stands, a Baker and a blood pressure To Address Lions
M.ml WfO, HI* MQN 30 m m. machine. School Opens Heights
SCt YOU TIAVTL ACEMT h> twwretieM, "".o'\-'i.t.c: MuaiapelM [Speciol to The Sunday Sentinel-Star]
Nw I M tth.ai. T.I.ph.tf0I et Nmmel .
Special to The Sunday Sentinel Storl
__ arrdw.J--- I.FMi4e. UpkMJt2 *. Woman's Club Plans J.EEgBURO-Guest: speaker at APOPKA The Playard Nursery -
Mt. Dora Musicale the Lions Club dinner meeting in School and Kindergarten
the Leesburg recreation center
-'il olU :II: 111!" ..IoIoIl'J :i" ISrerfel I to The Sunday Sentinel.Storl Monday will be Harry Worthmanof ,opened of Mrs.last week Calvin under Grossenbacher.the direction -

"' ."" ..::11::.. ".I .::6':1I: ." MOUNT DORA-Woman's Club Eustls.completed portrait painter who recently of- Classes are held in the Playhouseat
I will hold a musicale at the com- a portrait the Grossenbacher! home, at
TLBNJ'HB
Norman Rickell. and who Is workIng -
munity building Wednesday at S Park and Orange.
on a series of portraits of famous l
p.m.
Children enrolled are Lee Dou-
American artists including
kkkl, painters dancers and musicians cette Sonny Hethcox. Eileen Ma- qtec! '111Ilt. Iffllf.tto
of prominence. haffey Mary Grossenbacher Fritz ..t..< .." ",.
'
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b
HauL Maria McBride Johnny An- tL1 T"'
I While overseas with the 180th derson. Kathy Ryan and John ? of. yaw T
I General Hospital he painted many Grossenbacher. Mrs. Grossenbacher &..1'd.. V,,.to,"rT
.
pictures and also took many photographs formerly taught in the jfnil'/snt .. ....
Apopka
the .U.
For finest of the Winter 01
outing I from which he hopes to grammar schooLLeesburg .......
"
make more paintings. He came tn / {
I II Eustis from Albany N. Y.. wherehe i
won the Albany Art medal and Garden
then studied at the Art Students i 45u' -
Club Plans ; ytry a
SANLANDO SPRINGS League In Nek York City under TripLEESBURO .
Dean Corn ell. George Bridge- t -On Monday at Ba
man and Frank Vincent DuMond.He _m. the study group of the Gar-
I also studied at the Cooper den Club with Mrs. Bruce Floyd
Union in New York taking up chairman. will met at the recreation t
i
12 miles from Orlando thru
via
Only Longwood HighwayNo. 'sculpturing under George Brew- center for a motorcade to 1.

17-92, for a Day of Complete Enjoyment and Recreation ster.Some Orlando to visit a famous garden
of Mr. Workman's paintings and then the Daetweiller Nur-
will be hung in the Leesburg series. 4a
Be Sarc 1. Bring { Recreation Center from Sunday
SANLANDO IS A PARADISE OF BEAUTY
Yeur Kodak.MEMBEE afternoon and will be on exhibition : In using the dry method of
; throughout the week. curing pork and under ideal con-
i
FLORIDA ATTRACTIONS ASSOCIATION j j; I ditions two days per pound if
Theater Group Plans the standard curing time. Under
i I farm conditions however it is
! Eustis;
Appearance I advisable to allow three days per .
(ISre' el to T'. ? ,odcy Sr" ne' Star) pound for curing A 10-pound ham I
EUSTIS-Stovers Little Thea- will cure in 30 days. while sides _
tre of DcLand will present the of bacon will cure in from 10 daysto
Noel Coward play. -Blithe Spirit two weeks At the end of the
r wF I at the Municipal Auditorium curing period. scrub off the> salt
I here Monday at 8 p.m. for members with warm water,let the meat dry *
t of the Tourist Club. and smoke it. c
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HAVANA ALL EXPENSE PACKAGE ,1Sgfcl; : } CLIP I T NOWt

2 Days and 1 Night .in H...... Hotel Gen American, room with batfc.Tramterm. ,,- ,. ";

Hanolinq .( logg.ge. Si9lan..i., .................$1 l.sO ---- ..,

Some As Above, HOTEL INGLAURRA ..................... .....$1'.50 ...1.. =- r- .;::'r7'1-- I

HOTEL LINCOLN .$%a.sO Onl). 6 I ''IOCo.>o.::<<>,:l\AQ. I II II

HOTEL PLAZA .$%0.50 shopping days to I I

HOTEL SEYILLMUTMORE .. $25.50 III have your picture taken in I i _- n ,,-_ .t TaaL.Sttre. Ew1j.. I It

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Page 10 trlJr, fi'tmtaq !'ruttnrl-&tar Orlando, Florida, January 26, 1947 .--- ObituariesMRS.

I PHYLLIS A. W1CHERN Volusia Gets Titusville

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'Eggs and Mrs. Phyllis A. Wichern. of 1307 I

Stock Market II.L Stock I Poultry ,', E. Kaley. died in a local hospital Construction

Closing Quotations JACKSONVILLE" lAPS En market about Friday night after an illness oftv..o i iI
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steadT oa Florida oearbr whiles.Net Land Titles
Ends Another New YorK fAP) BtK flit. Sltd. H... H>9" Low !_." :, WL Cur MILL weeks. She had been a resident -
.. HisS Lew IsiS P.rk. Dam tI 40'. .0 40I Orade A Per DOS. Per Do* of Orlando for 11 months, Booming
Air Reduction II 37'. 37 31ti" pause Mnes 22'. 12' Extra lane ____ 26 *5. up .2 j
15.55 .Iunrall ____ 111 I'. 5'. 1.Alirihani .. I poltis p ,JC, = : 45'45 UPeDn.pnt -. Lane h _ _ _ 24 ox. .$III having come here from Peal I I I
Week Corp h 14 4 3'. 3'10 ; Sin _h 2 13'. 13' 135.F' Med nm 21 .51 River. N. Y. She was a memberof tSa--d: to The S ;-4r, Ser"-nel'.Star] Special to The *j-3-* Se-'::net.StrlTITUSVILLE

Lagging All.. Lid Btl ___ 2 44'. 44 44 ., RR u_ 15 255. 255. 25\ |Small ___--_-______--_--_ 19 :. :43Produrer I .
AI Chris a On __ 1 172 172 172 I P.I>II.ol.; ___ 44 28" 28 28 the Lutheran Church of Orlando DELAND-The County of Construction is
AIIia-Ch Mi. ____ 5 37'. 3836". Phelps Dodie S 39.... 3. 3' I sales to wholesale cenfraDr 1
I DOW.JONES AVERAGES .A Airitsis ---- I '. L St.Am PhIl Sire: _____ 14 28'. 28 26P545.5 :' two rents lesa per duara.Producers Volusia has acquired title to 146, keeping pace with the sale of
NE WVOKK IUP) : Cable a A.c 11 e. :': : Corp II 34L. 23'. 23'. : sale direct to consumers- Besides her husband John HWichern parcels of real estate under a final 1 homes and other real estate here.
Stocks OOOH Huh. Low Clot N c". AID Caa __ ____ 3 '5'. 15" Slit Philip Minis _____ 4 .2'. 42 42 I Per Dozen Jr.. she leaves two sans
.
H.,," ITS.61 ITS.78 175 O* ITS.3S off'.14 AID Car & Pd, __ I 49'. 49". 49'0 Phil1l.. Pet _____ I "'. 54% "'. Grade A In Cartons John H. decree growing out of the purchase Mr. and Mrs. Fred' Feagan of
I i 2.! rails 49.3* 4'." 4994 4.22 off'.IPas AID & For Pow 1 5'. I'. 5'. Preued 811 Car n_ I 13" 13" 135. Extra lane 28 ox. np 72 Wichern. Ill and William of 1943 tax sale certificates. The
..t.l. 34.49 3&.S* MM: 364: eff'.::15 Ain&PP2PI -__ 2 hit 21 21 i Procter: & 0515 u_ I 112 82 112 Larxe 24 ox 67 George Wichern her mother. (this city are building a five-room
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AID 1.oromotl.. ___ 10 26'. 26 Pub __ 10 '. decree gives the county fee simple
65 atka 61-19 MtT.3i: : : 63.47 .ff SIS 211 Coo NJ h n 24' 24 2H. Medium ===::===: 21 ox. 59
.- _c... Am P.S & 14 _u 211 14'. 14 14 Pullman unu__ 3 565 511'. 511'. Small -- 0*. Al Mrs. Charlotte A. Ahrens of Or- titles to the properties. concrete block house at the southwest -
bonda __ _____.-_ 17. eff ..3 Am Rad ok St is_ ___ 36 liii 15'4 15'. ..... Oil __n_ 3 22" 225. 22' ,. Poultry- market--- ----b--tte.J:. lando; one brother. Mr. George ,
II itt rail( _____ .... Am Roll MW 12 33it 35 35it comer of the intersection of
112J;
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Producers sales retailers tales to The lots
to and tracts in question
AID Smelt II R 13 58 55. 1l. Radio CorP .__ __ 14 I'. 5 5 Ahrens. of Pearl River and
II 2nd rail* __ ___ '3.21! .... u -- consumers: ; one Lemon and Orange Sts. Their 45
I' .-la) ___, loa..leff.: .S4S. AID 8tl Pdn ___ 1 34V. 34 34 R.d. -II-or..b: 1 245. 24', 14.", i sister. Mrs. Virginia A. are Mattered throughout the
Am Bust R.f ___ 1 44 44 44 R.isg Ra.d 35 35 35 Lire Dressed LlTe Dressed' Kuhn. of by' 110 foot lot is just east of and
9 inoa ___ _____ ____ 194.7Tranaactiona .._ f 4 i I county, many of them being city
-- m stocka-- med ... ......._ Am Tel & T.I ___ 10 112. 172. 172"10 Rpub Avis -_:::::::: 5% 05. 854Ropub and Drawn .nd DrawaFryers Pearl River joins the residence of Mrs. Feagan
y--rcla. Indu.t.'.... 32.700: ...... ;u.. Am Tob B __ I SOit SOit edit I Stool. __u_ 32 2'7'. 27527's 9-3 IBS __ .39 60 42 64 I Funeral services will lots in DeLand and other mud- -
, UOI ..t.lttt.t. 2.OOO-t.tt.. .,.._ Am: Vi..... - It 54. 54. 54i! R P..,. CGPper & Br II 22'. 22'. 22"R.nolds Broiler under 2 IDS ___ 39 .60 42 64 be held cipalities. The Suit to quiet mother. Mrs. W. B. Johns.
Ais Wet Wtb :-::: 115. 16'. 1? Ted B u 5 42" 42\-. .2" Hess bun breeds ____ .34 4* 39 .$II from the Carey Hand ChapelMonday red Johns is in
Am WOOleD _u_ 4 30 291.. 291//. a ,', Hfni hilt brred ____ .30 45 32 40 title was started In December.c charge of theonstruction.
NEW YORK lAP The stock Anaconda Cop _n_ 12 3." 3. 35it Saf.up, Stoies n_ 1 211. 22. 21'. Old roasters ._ _..___ .22 .31 24 JS at 2 p. m The intermentwill nUt and was the The house is expected -
market yesterday concluded its Armour Co __ U 14S. 141. 14it 2 10'. 10'. 10' i I Tu.bn ounl SPItS 44 n 11 .74 be in the North at a later to be in
.... ::rpAD.tl1-::::: ; type concluded under the Mur.phy completed a few
A. Dry Oottdi u 5 17 17 17 I 17 445. 43', 43' Add .<- per cent to lire welbt price t. j date.
I second slowest six-session week in AttflTk8P1O SI 90 90-' S.... Roebuck _h_ 20 37 36'. 37 get New York dresned price I I l ,i I Act
nearly two years with apathy and AU Coao Lt.. ___ 4 491. 49it. 49itALl Senel IDe _n_ 2 141. 141. 101.Sh.1I Sales to. wholesalers by producers >en* Ii .. I weeta.Walt
',! Rettfltfl. ____u S 34'. 3. 3H. tI"IOD Oil _h 1 29'. 2.. 29'. erally two cents per pound lower for life ;. I I I, County commissioners plan to I Meloon superintendent
mild irregularity persisting. Atlas Corp 33'. 23'. 23tAvistlos S'mmODa C. hh 5 38&. 31' 37.... ....b&. MR JOHN ANDERSON '
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Corp == 2 lit Cit 5'. 0.1 15' 25', 155. f have each piece appraised separately of the Correct Craft Boat Plant
The list made scant response to = : .umII: : _ _ _ _ I I .lk' ST. CLOUD-Mr. John Ander-
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S 1 14' 14'. 14'. i ; so that it may be cold by the here baa a crew of men at workon
news of the steel truce. ___ !son. 82. died Friday at his
wage Bald L<<. __ 7 21' 20'. 21 SOUAICO&P 4 45-0 4L 45.So. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK home circuit clerk at public auction
a six-room frame house
located
While the financial sector was Belt ok Ohio S 14'. 14'. 14'Barn.dsIl ISOUtb.rD. C.I Ed..D _____ 25 4 32'". 32'325.. CHICAGO P.r1f1e 0" 41.
425. --- -- the Dixie
cheered by the three months' 011 3 2H. 23. Z3oBendix estimated: total not siven" : compared Cloud the last 10 years. Rosary on HIghway In
3 U'. .
extension Southern KY 44' 435.SOUth.VS
C. R. 3IcKENNON found.
__ h self-styled
ATlaS 3 38&. 36it 36' ,
week' a Re PI I 11 11 Ii505r4.
of the with spit Poodl ____ n services will be held Monday '
2 at
union contract 22' 22" 22&
1 WI'luDa 111 II'. II" II t. : sows steady: top at close 24 25S.Iable "plain old country boy" cotton Proceeds wiU be distributed
U. S. Steel it was realized that .tb Steel u 1 112', 112, 92' __ u__ 10 21 cattle 500 estimated* total.... 8 p.m. in Eiselstein-Wigginton Dr. and Mrs.
BI.-Kno. u____ 1 18'. 111'. l6.soti. '. Sperry Corp n 20" 20' planter from Dumas. Ark, relaxeson among the citys having delinquent G E Christie recently
iven week in sympathy
compared
Spte..1 IDc _ 18 ao Funeral Home.
14514' 14' St. Cloud.
that problem. weU the AlrIIlaao __ 1 19., n
as as 19' 195.
the moved into .
portal tax and to their
. equities new $20
with falllni dreased beef prlrea. fed steer
__ 8,544 Br.nd. on 7 3&" 3. 36 New Orleans vacation. after ,
Borden 1 .
pay dispute had yet to be definitely Co u_ 1 43's 42' 425.BorgWSrItPr I S..nd Oil Cal ____ 7 55"0. 55% 5554 and yearllnt* closed, 91OO-3 lower- Funeral services will be held county. I 000 concrete block house on the
___ 464 .4654 4i 1 Stand Otl lid ____ 3 40'.. 40', 40'". strictly food and choice steers. 20O-30O selling his 1946 cotton crop of 6.- Tuesday at 9 a.m. from St.
settled. Snail AIrS 10 11 11 11 Dixie
BrI... W. _ 13 38" 38 36... i Stand Oil 10.1 _n__ 12 117'. 67'. 117'. down: medium to averaee-food steers and 319 bales on a spot cash basis for I Thomas Catholic Church with the Highway Kirby and Bard
Skeptics regarding labor. taxes Budd C. __ III 13 12'\0 12W.Blois StaDd 011 Ohio ____ 2. 21721'. 27'. all heifers 1 00-2.00 lower: (....nl price w ere contractors and R D. Rummell .
and business prospects. eonse-l I i W"rb-- I 33 33 :33flurltn Std SU S"... .___-_ 1 1.'. I.'. 14'. levels lowest since decontrol load lot top I I I nearly!! million Rev. Joseph Barry officiating Interment DeLand Sells Five i' the
N.1I1 n 7 Ie'. 1.'. 1St's I Sleri.u6 Dr.. 1 44' 45. 43' choice steers for week. 27 00. short load will be in Mt. Peace was architect.
quently. either bought sparingly 1 1 1or I Bur Add MllCb-_-- I 14"0, 14"0. 14.CIIII 8tkel-Vss .c.mP-: 3 20': 20'. 20'. 29 OO choice lUSt: and tons yearlinaa stopped Cemetery. Lots for $1,590 George I. Knight formerly of
C i Stone '" Wpbot.r u 3 U'. 15'. 155.Studeb&tPr late at 25 OO: aTera e-medmm to '
trimmed commitments and ( PeckIng ___ 1 2' 2. 29 Corp __ 31 22" 211. 21'. strictly cood steers closed at 1700-2350: I Besides his widow. Mrs. Anna SL", r-' 1, -rv'! r'-rrSen' -v,1 s;'orl Miami has started erection of a

stood aside. C.I1.h. Z-LP.d __ 4 3'. 3' 3'; SUDrap OU __n_.___ 1 S5.. .', 55. strictly medium trades 1SOO-1675: arerasemedium DeLand Votes Anderson. of St. Cloud. Mr. Anderson DELAND-In a land sale con- concrete block home on First St.
I C'D Dry 0 Ate __ 14 15" 15'. 15', I 8h.neMni. S 12 12 22Swut to averave-eood heifers wound
Associated: Prnsstock composite C.n' Parillo __ 28 U" 13" 13'. ok C. _____ a 37 367.. 36'4T..s np the week. on a buyers market at 15.2S- is survived by one son. ducted by the city Friday five lots! Miss Ella Stube and Mrs. Anna

was off .1 of a point at i Ccii (JI) C. ___ 2 351. 35% 355. T C. __ 1 :54'5654 511'" 20 OO kinds lIkIng better than anraseood [ John and a daughter Mrs. were disposed of at a total of Hill are completing the erection of

65.2 and on the week, showed a C.te",11 Traclor Corp __ 1 2 115.19.. 111 l' 115.COisirtI 19... ,T.u. 01111 Sulpb hUOn__ I 515. 515. 51' top. choice souse 1172 late Ib at heifers 21 00; 25.1658 50; practical extreme PropertyFor Martha Connell Brooklyn. $1590 slightly above assessed two concrete homes on South Second -

net loss of two-tenths. Of 749<< CntPoundrl _____ 12 12'. 12'. 12.CertainTrod Te. P.s C.A 0 __ 223 23 23 heifer top for week 24 00; all cow lost Ii I values set as the minimum price. St.. and in the same neighborhood -
Tel Pac L Trust 3 17 17 17
Prod 4 195. 155. 11100Ch. 1 OO-l.SO In Instances 2 00: weekend. clearance FtNERU. SERVICES: City Mgr. Fred Gross reported to Lester A. Nolle Is
Issues registering on the day .. k Ohio __ 2 1121. 112 52Cu Tide W.t A 011 n S 1. 18'. 18' complete but prices 2 00-3 00 and SCS also
278 rose and 246 fell. M SP & Pao 2 12', 12 12 'Treossiserics Trs.se .Ati"- 1 1 fr" fro r"T.loCoDt more under two weeks earlier eanners and For Mrs. Anna May Preble. 77. the City Commission there are still completing the construction of a
1. WOtO
Chi ok .lOW Corp_u____-__ 18 S 52'215.. at 21" at'21"Chryole. Corp _h_ 41, 7'. 1 15.TwpnI cutters eloced at I 00-10 25. most beef. cows Spe.,' :1:I to The Sunctev Sent lei-Star] : who died at her home Friday will more than 150 lots to be disposed concrete block home.
In the short session duPont add- CIT. linen __ __h 3 4554 44% 445t C-PO&: _____ S 347. 3.,. 345U at 10 SO-13: 50: practical outside sood. CowSl4SOeompsrldvthllOOt000reH.sr be held Sunday at 2:30 pjn from of.

ed 1 1-4 at 185 on sales. COCS.C0II __ __ 1 161 ill 261C.g.tp.Ps1mP -' DELAND-The City Commission -' the Purchasers D. B. Six new residences are under
meager __ 1 't1D1o. B.. A P ___ I 305. 30 30 It.rSfldeZ top of 16 SO last week: Eiselstem-Wigginton Funeral Friday were
47' 415. 47'
U S. Steel 3-8 at 72 3-8. Youngs- I Col Purl k 1r _00 ._ 111 14'. 14"0. 14"0Colum UD'O. C.bde 4.1 305. 90' due to acute scarcity bulla held steady has dedicated a block of property Home with the Rev. A M. Chis- Tuten. H. B. Elliott. C. C. Haynes construction in a two-block
town Sheet 1-4 65 0 EI IrK. 20 111. 11'21' Unto Oil C.i ___ I 21" 21" 21.. early In week al 16 OO down but closed L. M. Jackson and J, 1.. area on Garden St. 1\18IIt.f
at at the
3-4 Douglas northeast of holm
.. officiating
corner Interment will
I C.ml CrPdIt __ 10 44'. 44'. 44'. UDIt" Air Uses 4 22'. 22... 22' 25-50 I lower at 15 50 down: .I.ra firm at I Stepp.I (them
Aircraft 6-8 at 70 3-8. Johns- 'Coal 8oJ..nla -._-_ 18 24 24 24 United reraft __ 10 18'. 10'' 11'. 28 00 down: thin stork cattle showed sympathetic : Amelia and Michigan Ave. as be in ?Mt Peace Cemetery.For Gross reported he plans I are of concrete block construction
Mannne 1-2 at 131. General Motors Coissith 31'l 31'. 31'. United Corp ______- 20 3'. 3' 3.. weakness with medium to sood a. turn over to realtors the sale of They are being erect
:'dl"oitla: U I tlnlted Fru't __ 14 48'. 46 .8l. Cr541.1. fnurh a* 50 lower but anDDly i -
Comslth l's 3'. 3' public park to be used by the U. S.
3-8 at 56 58 and U. S. Rubber J CODa Eel.... ___on 16 25'. 27'. 21 tlDIt.Roc Dr... u u 10 11" 11 115. small an choice yearlin .10, ...-'ouotable I Mr. Benjamin Smith. (S2. the additional lots. in view of the ed by J. N. Luttrell. W. B. Ilig.cinbotham. .
1-4 at 53 3-4. I Cons Vultes __ 7 154 111 16'10 I tI 8 Gypsum ____ 4014 t3>. 93S .round 17 75 very scarce: several loads Soil Conservation Service for experiments I who fact that he already has sold Ed Uadblom, Gcorgo
COD B.k __ 4 17'. 1711. 171. U S lid,. Clue __ 1 44 S 44 S 44 S fleshy 5O-SSO lb. steers went back late died at his home in Sanford of
enough to clear the cost $680
A shade ahead ___ __ 10 54 5]*. 531.tI 16 in growing cover crop Bradley Mallard Nobles. and
were American Cont Can ____ 1 40', 40" 40". U 8 Rubber at 75-21 00. ( Friday. will be held at the Erick-
Telephone. Sears Roebuck. North Cont Motor 12 10" 10'. 10'. O Stool _n___ 41 12*. 72-. 72S Salable sheep 200 (estimated- total not grasses. I for obtaining the land at MurphyAct Cecil T aebton.
'Cont OU Del _, I 38% 38% 38% liven: compared week ago: luhtcr lamb son Funeral Home. Sanford. Sun- and foreclosure sales |
American. J. C. Penney. Kenne-ore Product* 1 71% 71% 71% W.In1l Co ___ 2 12'. 12".. 12'4 50-75 lower slauihter .... around.. 50, The plot. which replaces one day at 4 pm with Dr. E. D. I City Council reported this week
cott and American Cr.n* Co __ __ 5 38Vs 37% 37% W.r..r Broa PieS __ 111 141" 1. .. 165.WV htsber other kllllnc claues ac....: early
Smelting. !Crucible Steel _-_ 1 31 30, 30', ., lid 8u8 __n_ .1 32 31' 31"0. top wailed. slautnter lambs 23 50. cloainc formerly used by the Federal Brownless officiating. Intermentwill Secretarial Instructor that building permits! have been
Santa Fe conceded 1 1-4 at 90 Curtis Publlshln* IJ: 101. 10 10.. west Vs Tel A __ ,I II IS'. 155.Westlig peak 23 25: with bulk rood and choice for Service will be beautified anda be hi Evergreen Cemetery. issued for 12 other homes' hereon
3.... Lesser declines were suffered ,Curllu-WrU-t ___ S *% 5% 5% AIt'' Br _u 4 31J.' 31" 31'. week. 22 75-23 50. medium to sood wooled part of it used for the
,' DJ ,Wpsth,8 SIn: ____ 25 25'245. 25 lambs 21 00-22 SO, Including three deck growing 1I 1- [ Appointed at Stetson I ISpeal hlch work has not begun.of ..
by Bethlehem. Goodyear. Penn- J Deere. Co -___ IJ: 35% 35' 35V.IS' 'WbeeUne St..l. u_ 3 40 3... 39"oWlIIn.O..rIaDd 71 ib white faro Colorado at 22 25 early of nuresry stock to be used I For Mr. Gaston It!. Jacobs Sem- --- - -- -
tylvania Railroad. Southern iole l
PaD, Edison ____ 8 2.\00 241" 265.ill WUaoD C Co .___ 4 14'. 14'14'. 19 SO: sood and choice clipped lambs with. County pioneer, will be held i John :J.
elite Southern Railway. Great D Corp-Sest u_ 3 1.1. 18" 141" 'Wool.orth IP'W> 3 .1', 51" 511.orthing fall shorn pUlp averasin 94-119 Iba 22 Oo22 corer crop experiments will be at 2 pjn Sunday at the Chuluota 1 DELAND-Mrs. Jewell B. Hamilton Henry DeLand High
Northern. Baltimore & Ohio. ,Dome Minea ___ 12 IS' 19'. .IS'. Y P 0 K 1 112 111 111 .75. latter price early for two double 97 furnished free to fanners and of Weimer. Tex. has been School band duector
', 10'. Baptist Church. The will
Douslaa Aircraft I 701. 105. 'YToun..t lb. stereo, double 10S bl sood and body In the business session
Pennsylvania Power & Light. Electric Dresser Indus 13 211'1I 21 21 611 & T 4 85% 85'. III". choice shorn iambs with N. 2 peltS 21 ootaod : dairymen of this vicinity.Completion lie in state at the church from 1 appointed an assistant professorin to revise the proposals
_
4,Pot da M __ 4 U5 114\!. U5 secretarial science at Stetson association bylawswas
Power &
Light. Anaconda. I Zenl Radio ___ __ 2 II'. IS'. n.. U and choice 113 lb. yearUnc wether of the purchase of to 2 p.m. and interment will be in the principal topic taken
25 early with few .
Standard Oil INJ.]. General Elec 'Eastern Air it 2 Il" 18.. ,;ZoDlt. Produeta 5 5'. 5'. 5'. 1625 deck comparable .yearlmi._ Conrad Park. DeLand's baseball Chuluota Cemetery.. University it was announced Friday by the Board up
ewes short 111 Ib
tric. El Poser 1* S 18'. 111'. 135. I Approxi.... final tot.1 aalu 790561457 by Pres W. S. Allen of Directors. Plans
Westinghouse .. ,
and Philip Emerson El M ___ 1 13', 13V. IH.E. I I<,430,OOO>. old Seth 1550 part decIsiedS.tbens arena. also has accomplished with Pallbearers will be William GKUbec for the District band contest her
Morris. > 10 SO load and choice alauabter "... 9 00- Mrs. Hamilton is taking the
ns Pub ServIce 14 32' '3 33H the payment of $512 to the Bond
TURa ___ 11 11'. 115. 11"I I S 00. latter prV-e lots for car 132 lb. sood Raymond Kilbee. Nolan of Miss March 7 also were completed.
place Curtis
Lumber Co. for Horn. who
a lot included in
ltd choIce silerInu. 448
Bonds were fairly steady. Cotton f CURS STOCK LIST .hut p.stu..d : Fore Edwin Hamil. Oliver Jacobs '
I T sr..T.1&Rad 2 1 S S Pnmlfhed tnrouih courtesy of Merrill.Pierce common 94 lbs 700; few mads and dents the park. but had heretofore been and has been granted a leave of absence -
was down C5 t. 85 cents a Plrastona T a 1 57% 57% 57% I l Lynch Fenner A. Bean. whit fac feeding lambs 19 5O-20 75; 100 l leased at $1 a Maurice Jacobs .
bale. At Chicago wheat was off Fllntkot _.______ 4 34'. 34% 34% 'Aluminum Co. of Amr. __: T9*. head choice solid-mouth Western breedinc year. I
Florida Pow _, :a 17% 17Va 17 V4- A mer. Craoamld Co B .u BO trade ewes too I I A bid by J. F. Nahm for a city The new professor is a graduate
3-4 t. up 5-8 of a cent a bushel. II Q .,'A mer. Oat Elec. __ ___ 38'.. ___ II I I I I parking lot directly East of the For Mrs. Addie Lucile Byrd. 72. of Baylor University In Wac .Tex..
corn off.1-4<< to 3-4 and oats an- Ooa Sloe 20 310;, 31 31Ooa Amer. lASSO at Traction ___ BO trade Hall turned because who died Thursday .In DeLand
P- __ 3 44'4354 43"% Ark Nat I Gai A. ____ S : I', City was down will where she received her B. S.degree
chanted to down 7-8. Oen Motor __ n 36' 118 11II', ; Atlantic PI.herle. 7SAiblaod Dimes DriveI his $1,200 offer was far shortof '' be held at the Church of God in business administration. and
1 Oen Pub UtUOUletle .__ 2. IS'11'. 135. : _ in Zellwood ,
In the Oil Ac R'tt no trade the assessed value of $1,080.I I at 2:30: pjn Sunday
curb Le Tourneau common Sal R ___ S 30 29%I 29% Brewster Aeronautical no tradeBarium taught at the College of Commercein
dropped 4 points at 24 in the Ooodrear T R __ 111 54% M ..... Bteel ____-___, __ SS II i with the Rev Johnson officiating I! Bowling/ Green. Ky before
O Oraham-Psls Mot 411 5V4 6 8 Creole Pet Cor* __,. S*". i Quota Set I Interment will be in the .
wake of a deferred dividend Plus Gt Northen R, PI S 44 4554 U"o !Cltlea Service .:_::=====, _:_: 27 I Stetson Theater : Apopka coming to Stetson.
signs were retained by Callite Greyhound Corp a 34 33. 33" oilS Patent Arm. h__ no trade Cemetery Erickson Funeral Home
Gram AiR En __ 5 27'. 24' 21' ,DP,., Stores Ine __. _ no v.d.11:1ee will be in charge of
-- u .
arrangements.CARD !
Tungsten. Salt Dome Oil. Coro Gulf Mob Ohio ... 11 115. 11" 11'. : Bond Share Co _-h__ 1SS : At $2,500 Group Features Band Contest Judges I
Inc. and Middle West Corp. Quit OUHs -----s C 10\00 101. SO\oo F.irchlld Kne Airplane Corp 3.. I Ii I, i
H ___ ___ OF THANKS
Glen Aides Coal Co. 17'.
Turnover here amounted to -.4 Mil _--_____ n 11\io" 'I Or AU. Pae Tea Co. n hh-___-___ 102S i f Spec;ol to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] j DeLand Members !! Ve wish to lb sskSur friend for their Schooled in DeLand
440000 snares. eclipsing that of Min -__ 3 3. 3. 31 Humble pit Rots------- 60S man* klndnene and expreMlona af .,_ .
:{ anI. n' n- Hecla MTnlni Co :___..==:::-::- 12 S SANFORD A* goat of $2,500 Path and far their beautiful floral tributes ::;r- 'v ':r doy 'C' )erl
the stock exchange because of ___ 11 IS'. 11.. 115. I''Hubbell Inc. ___ nn_-BO- trade I {Sterlel, to To cjr': 517ici: Star] !I In our recent bereavement for the DELAN-At the meeting of the
large-scale trading In Electric IHO..I.k. K.Isor-Pr..er ___ C has been set for the March of I DELAND-Two ; IOM to oar family ol Eustoe Harrison
---- --- DeLand people
.__ 14 24'24- 245. Sneer Ororery '. Meredith Florida aBndmasters Assn.. here
Bond & Share "rights." lI Iris __ $3 125. 12 .ta \Lone Star O.a Co--.---:-------:-_- ----- !' ;Dunes drive against infantile pa-I I who have prominent roles in Noel Mr. and Mr S T Wlnebrenner yesterday a school for band con MR. MERCHANT
'Int Har-ester _ S 'JJ",3 ,311Dt Mlaiara HucUon Pw Cor .
The big board recorded Its h Nlrk. Can ____ 14 36. 35% 35% Niie.B,6m901.Pond Co. _*_._--_-u--_- 12'. rslysis in Seminole County. and it -Blithe Spirit" which is .t..rt.and Mr.crandparentaMr Charles M. PhlDlpa test judges was held In the office

widest. dip of the week Monday j Int Int Tl Paper* Tel______ 13 11 15 48%. 48 15 Va% 48 15W', .Sherwin Paateoec_ OU of Vea. __n--__ a. tr.cIe I Li expected activities will begin being presented at the Stover Little KIMmmee. Uncle and Aant C..1 .......,_,. 2 ,
wuitaau 113 Donald
as profit cash followed the run- track CoSonotont ____-_-.-._-__ _-____ -.-. treds Monday, Randall Chase campaign Theater by Stetson players : Plumps, Eunice Cousins: .and Charles It A CASH; ('Jk1ceean ''er- '''
up on the restoration of mar- Job..M..YII1.. 2 131 131 131Jone. Corp _____ al 56.4. 'I Thursday. Friday and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. O U Dowler. ....- oetw.n.v.-1.: eI
a L aLl 41 36Y. 3n. 3474 Bchulta Inc _____ __ $1. J chairman announced. hart. Oncl
Miss and AIlIlLM.
fin transactions. Lillian Preston
;
are and Miss
Volume was K Stand. Pw Llihtat ____ 3'. .., Marl Y4a1; f'/tOf"7 . V. rF ..
800000 sham. I K.. City Bout __ I 36'4' 25'.. 25'. Retu Paper Co. _____ __ 5'.. I The $1,800 reserve fund in Marjorie MerrilL i Cousin. Dewier Lockhart. :rode. mo4. g'k. CI f,'
1. 4. 46'i 411'4 will
Kennocott Cop Tampa KleetrM: ._ a. Usd6 give .
There was a revive Thursdaywith i K r.orC5-------: 1 46', 445.405. Technicolor _ _._ ___ _-__ D. trade Seminole County has been I On the production staff are two I t :"romov- '
!Textron 12'. completely exhausted because other DeLandites. Allyn : CARD OP THANKS | 'ii'", e'lfrervcea '' .
: Thompson
880000 sham! changing I Larw1s.; 0.. __ a 5'. S ... I 1 ThermoldTwin __.:: :: .:.=:---_ 12' of -' 1 wish i* espresa mr deea. appreciation alift .. ,
hands. Buying was attributed l..hh. C C II _n_ 3 11.. llt.'. 11... Coach .-- the few cases which occurred :< who handles production and ta the best friends of my beloved aon. you cI .. n' ) fee'MODERN
partly to IJb-O-P OlasalU.bT ___ II sa SO'Cl Onlted Dnitt-_:--:--c-----=_ ::_ u:: in this county when many case acting with equal facility. and Euaene. : bav* railed and written to
belief the lift was over- MeN L.- a 10 S's 514 United Cat Corp _____.__ DO t..d. appeared In extend their armpatb In my trasic srtef
Florida and the :Miss
sold. __... Ine 0___-__ 11 255. 2.'. 25 w. V.. Coal at Coke -_ al Itsds Marguerite Dibble. and for their many beautiful floral tributes
(LwUlard Pi __ I 21 30'. 21 I. ,; local organization is now in the I II Under the direction of Dr. Irving -' sent to tbe Chapel. .

M'c": N Track ___-. 4 47.. 47*4 47S31S I'I I II red some $600. Chase comment I C. Stover and Mrs. Virginia and T.the our aaanet minister of Rev the Paul Central C. CarpenUr Christian .'

l Mere Marino tans Midland_______- 14 I 36'"'. 7. 36 7'S. Cotton Futures I I ed. : Griffin the play will also be given Church my deep cratltode: and to Maior o COMPLETES

Marshall Field 3 30' 30'. 30' NEW TOSS AP) Cotton futures declined In his opening talk on the drive. at the Eustis Tourist Club Monday Soead Paul Crank of th.the American Color Lewos Oaard..POM and FInDs I
) Ho 1"m
__ 31 ndee hsdii* and Mow Orteaae aetliffwyeotorday ,
31
431
Mid-Coot Martin lOLl Pet ___ 1 35t 3510 3554Uo'K&T"s' Tho! market closed 6S to 9* I Chase said "now is the time to get I and the DeLand Tourist Club 1DI'd.1 Uianka for the beautUnl service. PRACTICAL
S 7' i I oeffta a .... louse than SIts p-vo rs clooaMeat out of the hole and build Tuesday. at the araveaMe la Greenwood Cemetory. '
our
Mo..._ Ward __ 11 56 .,.. I S14S of tho! sell."* centered. in nearby up Mrs. IDea Meredith. ouR u.snsT
Murray Corp I 2454 1 SUS ....sin*. Mr.th. the oaaontion of monwraastrado reserve again. You can never tell I -- ?;
1.11ifIII N bmiint ..,Iv in tho! __. ttiorw waaaral when polio will strike and we ; : 75 : B win teat you .-*!* *!* ..<..
Nsih.KflTlnatorNat 11 I'',' 11'. a *.- lack of buying totei satdowntrond I = =
Airlines u__ S 14... 13S 13.. 0.90,5.4 6sotr90ta. .._. m4M.d- .... trust be ready for it. there is no Mr. and Mrs. Bohren tow U Inreslnat O* It 9a ar1

MtfSJIII Mat Auto Fib _.___ I 12"0 12'. 12.. OontaMd was otMffiwIatod by time to raise funds after the Victim sloe 17.71 $544
Nat Biacvit ____ S 29'. 2S 29'. .... orowioo belie that. tho! mid-Jamurynco has been struck down also 11.17 14.11120e '300 1. NATION# .VtlDC SERVICE
.______ 4 11 12'0 by
: Mat C. 12'0 -_... which will bo leiued at tim!
Hat CasJi 556 _u- 11 31''". 36'. 3 S30S .41. of ..... _tit, msod ..._ as .__ polio" Make Visit in DeLand I 1547 1551smo CALL
30'.
Mat Dam Prod C 31 909040906. m.tS a 159018 855.
Mat' Distiller _ It ::10" 20 20 S Contributions he 'siss 7157Pmpt
said be
Ooen H
n oh Low IsiS
_ 22 13''. 23 23". may [Sec-ci to The Sunday Sen *: } I' l 22S71
Mat Obese n Melt M al MUM" Jo.44-41 off IS-IT turned over to him alt Chase le T : Rosenberg of New York City whois _v6.s.0saystetd Am
,__ S 34 33 S 33'SIS j
Mat Lead ---- May 31 IS I*IS 19 .
Mat Pow U n_- I' 151 IS Jly 2S32 za.n.7 ol 2SS-79 Mil off off I4-1S 14 and Co. or to R. "'. Dean DELANO: -Mr. and Mrs. Charles visiting here. were Mr. and Mrs. $ PlROui O* .SOP A CAse TO"Mail.Me.Mondoy"

M obI Car Indust u____- 3 1 22 II's 22 29" 21 2 Sus Oct MIT MM MOO Mai off 19 treasurer at tile Sanford At- A. Bohren of Ohio are visiting Moses Berman. Mr. and Mrs. Hyman -
L E. Wolf Newport Doc :24 (4 :M 4, :2S 40 1S.42. off ISI lactic their sons and daughters-in-law Greenberg Mr. and Mrs. David
MY Central RR. 3' I' ISYCSICCILfl National Bank. -
<4< out of 5 '4S :IS 91 M91
: :M9t
rpo who ask for :1S91M off 11MieMI
:3 IS 12 12II. I
M ... ee ll. IM off ?. Mr. and Mrs. Chloras Bhren and GIbbs. Mr and Mrs. O Braun. .
.*. loan __ 2 10 II II o >e I Loinmndol "
a at 'Personal.: Am AiiatloaMonk Working with Chase this Liedit flan
mJ''answer Amer Co _.u 4 31- 3131'100' 5-405.90.l. on ;Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Bohren Mr. and Mrs. Max Raskin.: Mr. and ,
U "Yes. Thats why Northern PacificObi I 11.. 1S'Ioo' 11 committee are: New Smith. local Mrs. D Crouse has as guest at Mrs. David Whittenberg Mrs. Idle 1- i --_ sad Ta. ustksi
POUSICN SXCNN51
folks call "
me the "Yes Man. O I chapter chairman Dr. R. W. '
You OUOmnibus _ __n_ S MSus 22' 12'.. KCW TOIUC AP) Cloatna Porelan( Ie-: Ruj j her home on Lake Winnemissett Lavene of Chicago and Mrs. R 4454 W. CNVSC5IIVtiMk
can get $25 to $300 on Corp I II" 11"0 chaue rate follow (Oreat Britain in dollar precht. vice chairman Dean. ]has 537 N. Orange Ave.
u ton Paul O Goldberg
signature alone. furniture or Otis Klmtorf ._ I 30'30 H ctner IB rent,>: treasurer and Mrs. George A. Crouse of Pots- -- Phone 7181 I
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Canadian "aUara New York .. tot D. Pa. -----
aut 0. Complete P open mar Jr.
privacy. Oaa UMPae S 42'. 41S 41SS kit 4'. per cent discount or 9512S UBrenta. Spoor secretary ,.
Small monthly payments.Up Tin CODa I 5'. 5'.. .* 1 14 of a rent.Surope CpL C. V. Holder Jr.. who will - -- --- --
to 15 moo. to repay on most Packard Motor IJ 6' .S oS : Oreat Britain 94 93. ap S of neeot be sent to Europe with the Army
loans. Pan Am AuwaraParam U 11\. las 13'. ...... <"'a_> .ss.. na V. of a BrandonsTo next is #
month.
PictaraaPark _. $4 U'. 21 21 rent: Soedent tIred) 27 95 nnehaMedSwttaerland : spending his furlough -
Write or come in to He < Cxa* Con M I 3" ,.. ''0 tFranc)
me at the address given below ckaaoedLatin . his mother and grandmother Mrs. Listed & Unlisted : :
Reside
Anvrtra .
If Anrntlao free 24 47 nrhanaed -
you phone first, you I I BraOi free S SO nnckaaied. 556.- \Thelma Roberson and Mrs. J. B.
can stop In to sign and pickup ... 2494. .nrkaaced..Volusia Odum.

the cash in one visit. [IncoMe Tax Service I Stocks & Bonds tsa: w.- NT 90'
/ In DeLand i Vtr and Mrs. Andary have as . oDo. 'I .Sm om.si'w'Y -.. Wi. 110
Open Mon. thru Fri ,.J. County
,rue* the Rev Joseph Owad of 14.61 SLISV84 a GOT '1 O cx.c.ooc

Evening Closed by Appointment Sat.! 1321 W. Wosfilnqton St. Instruments Filed .s', < Serene: !.Sf fT : WatervUle. Me cLues 100vsOS41L61P I 0YfQbOW4s3. STATE AUTO 1 1.0

i CCLAWD: DELAND: -Making their home' Guests at the bridge party CiTeD -
-John Haber et ax to trer-U,
rhono t-4141 and S-tSIl ,iI E: this week C,::. ft.*t ft Vat* BODYWORKS
Barketl here
iI et ax 819 wd are Mr. and Mrs., Carl J. \ by Mr and Mrs John
:R I o-.. II wtuara et al to WUllani Ken *> .
FINANCE CO. I Onibb et ax 819 wd Brandon Jr, whose marriage was Fisher honoring Mrs. Rosalie .
Warren Jackaoo 04 u M DetwUy L solemnized Jan. 10 at Mt. Hrrmon TMT Mt' ....ft MkAtM*
Of Orlando Ward 11* vi: # p-wj UFIMC I
M SoMtft Oran AMMOStaie T P Maierk t* Ale.aaaer Use 93OO wd. Methodist Church in Elizabeth

l' ie*' .ar aakwrvt S.s. I* 'i.iial INCOME TAX KOMIM Walter 819 H Paaunaaa wd et M M Lara F City N C. with the Rev A. J.I I Small Loans on (fO/fe.j ,

Oortrwde M M John U McClelland officiating I (ic/ft Ve.'C'YC5'
Merlon Sin
boll he. >V..MI a.Oaar_.... Returns Donald *i* wd Mrs 1.lJJl
Prepared Brandon
YOUR
: the former Miss HouseGet
:1 'I -.. K ..oeoaor t* Klunbetk: a ..- "
n(1 '' bis et al 919 ... Alice Jean Wlutehourst daughter -' ---' 3..silos
5L'LOANS I: P Adaau rl ax to Mr* A P MrDonald of Mr -....:.:...
"' .-_ r_ Expert Service en All 81700 wd and Mrs. Davis T. White- Cash 9jalrkly *p hwcne or

Forms of Federal Income -, DUa Vail aaafleM *t rtr to fcermard hum of Elizabeth City had as personal property. We lend In D55ma.00W 1901 nr.oes a15u4544OLLA..3x5.
'"
,t atansfxid 819 ocd her maid of honor Orange. Lake Prompt Delivery On Body To Fit
t'' Tax. Reasonable Rates. ITSwmsaed.swOusJseb.si I her cousin. Miss Scln*>ie and FLA. a
me 81* lw" Anna Lamb. of ElIzabeth City OwrwJa CwBBtiem. Talk to
uv
U Strictly Confidential. ...... Vinusa' Plowars et sIc M L..M Bridesmaids were Mrs, 16 *TH Street TrL 3194
r>4 aar tl* ..- Ralph E.
tnon>v 1wir>k Bam to Exhal ln.kMaartro I Stults of DeLand.. sister of the Your Own Needs

"; Malcolm B. Routt .1. Cr4 Readrui et al t* Mao..* BrasW groom and Mrs. C. C Barker Florida Credit Oil. Of inNewYAVY Hauling

Tax Commits 4t 61* W4eaa cousin of the bride. Newark N.J.aav. .
,' t Dana"Ids an and. MaP B Banter INVESTMENT
: : IS w. Chore TeL SIT) to Auce O-* -o as .... Ralph E. Stults of DeLand, 21 W CO. p;"te other Br.uaur.eJ

$50 $100 I SIlOS. 0 Ikous M Baa* J Pansiaa ot al brother-in-law of the groom was INl ST 9)OOM | fn.M: :.ltICHRYSLERAIRTEMP Linrkav engineering has made it possible. Wr;".
$200 $300 'il J:, 293,4.Qiarr best Id 9iamr ..* fl Cfwwl flees
= man and *
.... Vetso lo Loc-4 0 lNn.a .3MSXVOwCSS ashen were Alton to build 672 entirely different body sue and st. .n
Bright and Leonard )Lundet
- -- -- -
on yo.r STSIS5Si. ----- out of reasonable! LS
.... DiLaLA n' Jenoa t> LnJlo. RosabeUe Whlteham, sister of a inventory Part for LS boo

1 1i i *Mar Ken CaUkrraM Kan 71. Tkoataa PMkr the bnde was flower girL let achieve high decree of *"dercsangbeIstv.LMy .

SignatureAUJO ...... Marw attwa *a. Barry P W.oa. Mr Brandon, son of Mr and
fto..n Meua* oss.. B. 90.0455so Mrs. Carl Brandon. Sr. -
i - is associated StorkmoSri* are tv* kmurl t*> e f.. ./*.

KeystoneI I a. hen. la busies. wUa his father or styie*.-.tter are bodies bwtft foe raw spe attf *... out

Y-" of the wart... stock connnhirteT J *a *d ecu. you.P5eptacrmenl .

I I L90905'towga INYQTIGATf 1"011 YOU IITTI
C A COMPLETE LINE OF part for damaged .... aw ae t

FURNITURE S! usto ianFunds ; HEATING COOLING AND audible tram -> speed up re>Mri . . 1

.s.

AIR CONDITIONING A alotyt. prrtal ttedurcrr botfaei *ra oa
; .. a I
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Bene. 5s ps, w. * ott MOm.ik >- for r .:
special.2a4
.. repay .. nsal Mealy pep. C'OST tn&.s _- -Y- EQUIPMENT t h OaU
90151 '- im .. .
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STAN COMSTOCK HUT NATIONAL IAXK 4 4 ASACTION! 1,
P55s5 55554-4545 ew. bl UK trrootaxoa jiiaiimnfW Oil BURNING cIRCULATING HIATuS TEO'U :

SINK MOCK-- f.U .IB k* ..*. - -

tat tw* )-.! Trw awe "'GMt.*fnIkTKK .. --TeIa4no DB H CRAIGMYLE


vonavi K.w.smi 0rtuM 1', ... o-zt. w, Mrs.WT9r ,Tart PINNEY St*<*' CsrhaageOKANGE & CO. H. A. Daugherfy & Co.

GFC LOAN CO. 115.U.b.e I' 9 COURT HOTEL:
KASTX

.n c. Kfc-ka "es. 0....... Beses. rtt\ ;1 B. W Rising Jr. Mgr. Telephone 2.4SII Robinson at Boa&lrf. Phoae 24SC WORM

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Realty Training .. .i if !: .!: I J'J.] canm] fi tJ M'4 ii


I JANUARY 26.19471 THE' SUNDAY SENTINEL-STAR. ORLANDO FLORIDA PAGE 11 .


Urged for Vets Hotel PlansReopening rect the operation of the hotel Couple Buys Residence
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Sales Bolster I and will stay in Kissimmee until I 1
after the formal opening, I Soecl;: to The Sunday Sen' '1E.StorJ:
Br VIOLET DUNHAM I William E. Touchstone formerly LEESBURG-A house In Indian
[Executive Secretory, Florida Association of Realtors] manager of the Hotel Murphy'i Oaks subdivision owned by Mr.j HOUSES FOR SALE
FLORIDA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS has urged on-I DeLand Realty in Richmond has been named I and Mrs. C. H. Willard has been
,1 training in real estate for veterans as a worthwhile At Kissimmee manager of the Tropical Hotel. .' purchased by Mr and Mrs. A. S.
Henry V. Myrick of Davis for I
activity. It has worked out well in many Realtors' {$peed to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] Special to The Sunday Sentmel-Slar] I Tampa. Miami and Winter formerly Haven 1. $15000 G. I. Priority-F. H. A. Financed
offices. In some cases they have had to give up the training DELAND-Vanety in the real KISSIMMEE-Purchase of the will be chief clericTallahassee .
because the salesmen have done so well that they have estate transactions recorded for Tropical Hotel by E. W. Jerow : GROCERYwith
exceeded In commissions the compensation -* DeLand and West Volusla County from W. C. Wallace Jr. was reported Realty 2 Bedrooms-Concrete Block
allowed therefore have during the past week has given additional :yesterday.The I i .
become regular salesmen in the I proof of the. stability of purchase price was undisclosed Sales Show Big GainI furnished two-bedroom Asphalt Tile Floors
Realtor's office. In this way\ Real- City Issues I the market. It seems that business but Jerow indicated that 'I
I ( ::-al to The S::.PL-y:: Sent n!-Star]
his Investment, re-fur-
including
residential I' living
ton have liven a fine service In expansion as veil as I I quarters adjacent. Under $8,000
'aid of veterans entering the real growth Is In the offing: 1 I|I Inishing the hotel, would exceed TALLAHASSEE Although
Grossed $4,300 December
state business. All veterans in on- A store property on Rich Ave. 150000. 'some predicted sharp decrease in
the-job training will be recertified Nine PermitsNine just off \\oodland Blvd., was Closed for almost 20 years I I real estate sale totals in the Florida Illness forces sale. New for
'as of Feb. 1, with Florida Association sold by C. E. Brace to Edward the Tropical will re-open on capital city this :year, records Homes-Ready Occupancy
,
of Realtors recommending taflin: for 10000. The latter Feb. I, with an open house! for 'show transactions are almost
.uniform training time and uniform building permits for homes immediately made the announcement Kissimmee! and Central Florida '''double those of last January. Kiilinger Really Go. LOCATED: 2000 HARMON AVE.
compensation. and tourist courts'' have been issued I : that he planned from 3 to 9 p.m. Real estate transactions for 1946
* by City Building Inspector A. further investment! In the machinery Jerow, owner and manager of : were estimated at more than $3 TeL 2-0071 or 2-285J Between Clay and Formosa
ADDED TO THE Association's I necessary for the establishment the Jerow Hotels System will di- million. I
E. Slausen. he reported yesterday.
this week is latest of a new laundry
edition of "Selling Real Estate"by These! Include an $11.000 residence which will brine another payroll -
Stanley McMichael and approved for John T. in DeLand when it is placedin
"Fundamentals of Real Estate Mann at 111 E. Ivanhoe Blvd. operation. ..*'
Practice" by Harry Grant Atkinson and an eight-family tourist Grove property also was active .- . : r'x
formerly In charge of court costing $8,000 issued to and one of the many inquirers for Ar
real estate course for the Na- the Carolina Moon Camp at 422 this type of investment found outlet -
tional Association of Real Orange Blossom TraiL I for a $2 .000 investment Just
west of the city in Lake Beres-
Estate Boards. It is especially:
Others issued to Paul Palmer
were -
prepared for use professional ford Shores subdivision. This
1700 Dauphin St..
$5,000Lester property, all of blocks 2 to 6 inclusive -
classes attended by Realtors and
L. Britt 1300 Oakley. 15.- lots 1 and 2 of Block 7, r"J.
their employes has been amazingly j I 000; Mary Lane 1033 W.'Jefferson -
successful offers practical 'all of block 16, not platted In the
$1.500. W. E. 1131
; Carnine.
i subdivision and all of blocks 15,
hl ;
17. 18. 19 and 27, was purchased Sk'
estate practice and aids in
proI I|I, Al Glover. 1116 Gunnison Ave. Jif
by Frank J. Alexander from P. V.
fessionaluinr the business a $5.000; B. B. and W. W. McCutch- i
training ever. needed now more than i I eon 517-19 Delaney St. $8.000.; |, Proctor.Trustees of the First Christian H : !L t"1 Ik
and Edgar Meyers 633 Virginia I'f ,
I I Dr. $4.500.Lake . Church showed faith in the future '> >,
{ of the city to the extent of
"IMMINENTLY PAIR TO everyone I .
Erf a $12.000 investment in a residence ':', '
la the proposition made by Land Purchased
I I on West Rich Ave. in the >< "
Herbert U. Nelson, executive vice i (Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star I ] ..Stetson Park subdivision which j'
resident of National Assn. In his i '
TAVARES-R. T. Carleton has will be used as a parsonage The '
debate on Town Hall last week.}i bought 240 acres of land between sellers were Colin B. Stout and his < ;:s '- _
.He favors immediate lifting of Okahumpka and Mascotte from wife. .
rent controls under a cushioning three individuals. He bought Ig: 1 I In suburban Orange City, southof
acres from D W. Bridges and DeLand. one of the charm-
Owner Will Sell at Cost from R. R. Crabb. The total consideration ing residences of that section was
., -y .
"
was 12000. I purchased by Sarah W. Carter : .. ---
2-bedroom -"
New bungalow.Lot from Thomas M. Williams for $9.-

1 50 x 147 formula, which would permit the I 600 M < rr
Only $6800 owner to get back his property Other transactions above the
I from the Government which has $5.000 mark involved I sales toresidences
hone :I
Winter Park
59611INSURANCE held it. and have a small 15 percent I i by John A. Williams toi '
increase with the tenant'i I Curtis J. Firestine for $6,500; by Owner this beautiful Southern
given opportunity to make a year'slease. I P. V Proctor to William F. MeII -
Immediate relief 'from Increased Elroy for $6,000. and Ed Buck to
tl FIRE AuTOMOB" costs must be had if anyone (II Elizabeth B. Nielson for 5300.
,,. aURLARV iwft ETV 8e ..O5D.NEILLEE is going to build rental units.I| In the classification under $5.-
And rental units are what the ma- 000, 22 transactions were record- home used AQUELLA f IJ
? jority of veterans want. A small
M : :f "' (Iftot1PlE"f ed.East
percentage can buy or build, and
r 1Io'JRANl..t) , Coast LandlordsAsk i 4 -
. t"' freedom of all civilians to build
6 i. .NONl45011 'Ol.... ' rental a real and aid other to veterans.'property wouldbe .' 'Rent Control End Iiiside..Outside and on the.) Roof !

[ISoe: ol: to The Sunday Sentinel-Star]
Ja$. Gamble Rogers II NATIONAL PRES. Morgan I I HOLLYWOOD-As a result of

Architects Engineers have two meetings i formal protests to the OPA by
hotel and house
apartment associations -
In Florida Feb. 4
Building Consultants at Tampa.
asking removal of rent
POST OFFICE BUILDING other Feb. 7 central at :Miami.and Orlando west coast and control from this area a hearinghas AQUELLA makes It DRIER..BRIGHTER..COOLER !

WINTErt PARK. FLA. Realtors will attempt the Tam- I been set by the Government (Above left)The Ft.LWirAib, FU.ttnJnct tfftr.C E. fifnli hilt nItrtlj -
pa meeting. agency here on or before Jan. 31. tf lifbt uttiht mfitnrj suits ft fin ki use a. rtf shot,Itla ski n.
...a.1e./Jmiltt.ui truiU uttj ab AintlU.
Dillard Sells Interest (Lower right)At tmltntr rtrtr Ammg the tttiltmtii./lit AtM*J1 1i&
.. S....... . ::. ..ft* (Special EUSTIS to -The Barney Sunday Sentinel Dillard-Star Jr. Mr. G E. Edwards has every right to be proud of his beautiful Ft Lauder-( ,. All flour/itrnnf .fmubim tttri a stet H*taw*the luarjtl eds.

f. has cold a two-fifths Interest in dale, Fix. home. Attractively modern you can see at a glance that it is

: In FLORIDA. his packing house here to Emery designed for comfort and gracious southern living. Built of light weight
:
. w. DUlard. Barney E. Dillard and
Michael F. Carter for $22,396. Ar- concrete masonry units, which assure safety from fire...:soundproof ness
FOR QUICK SELLING OF YOUR REALTY lie D. Carter sold her one-fifth
...economical maintenance-and the additional advantage
Aqutllized to provide -
HOLDINGS WE., RECOMMEND THE interest in the house to Barney E.
DUlard for $11.188. of voter seepage control-It is a home that truly has everything! ,.G r U"

: dr$ AUCTION METHOD : Walkers Sell House But what did Aquella add to this home so well designed and constructed et ep'

i Special to The Sunday SentmelStorlFRUTTLAND ? It brought an ideal means of controlling water seepage to keep s et bis 1.
troltn Co-operotiOlt Solicited PARK-Mr. and L
: : Mrs. T. H. Walker have sold their it dry..it brought a sparkling: white finish to make it brighter..and it ,tdoatb

house in P. H. Whitney's subdi- describes it the desirable of "dim- ee
brought-as Mr. Edwards quality Cel. > '
vision here to Mary Lynch and
noiio Roan* .j Abbl Lowrey for $9.600. inating much of the necessity for insulation against heatT r IJ. 3lld 7avgaat .

; : IOIIAII s pr.tlw !/yIG cOtP. Briles Buys Home Yes, Aquella is contributing these features'to countless homes and Aq..l1a

ipe.. otto t T'>* Sudsy Sent net.StorlFRUTTLAND America these And shouldn't it? It is ;kl
days. why
Chrysler Bids, New York 17. N. Y. LExlngton 2-5000 : i PARK-George L. buildings throughout flaws. fl rtU .
famous for the it controlled in the French
Conatser has sold a house inLeonards internationally way seepage 1ef.at
IN
f. eot1.AL :ot Mr Z.Jf_
L M yl", b. lb .iand ...... M3r-r.i phw 9-4117 W. Briles for subdivision$6,400. to Walter Maginot Line. It is the growing favorite of architects, engineers, build e' latq

0. A. G.... sat U. Otm A..., WM ..... O..d..T.igbw 7713 ing and waterproofing contractors for its outstanding effectiveness in r. Jat.a.
: Of the fresh Florida grapefruit
shipped out of the State to be mineshafts, tunnels, swimming pools,cellars, cisterns-or wherever seri o.. ..rsW 1aW
52 ?YEAR 1947 sold during the 1945-48 season S.- top UIe raile, ettatw!. eo.. y,
; 297.000 boxes went by rail Including ous seepage threat is present. ..17 JIet'ou bot i af.rqs yiwt hotel!: Ue4ar
express: 10.000 by boat and for trill. was .
is effective inside outside..above below ontai l t1
Aquella equally or or ground pl : y
a export and 340,000 ty truck. latisaj aitt.d .A11 atartry
...does not powder peel, flake, rub off or -eather.av..ay, and can be \ UIe .tt.ct d.asr.d.

I'" 'r: w.'. ,'" .-_. painted over with any color. tala.l liberal as ::.:r.&qw -s .utasi., ... p...
...' : If you are a homeowner faced with water or dampness problem- : J::' ""':' eon rants, erre.r -u1 ..4 .

I ,; 'i.:<,< : i' or if you are planning to build a new home of brick, concrete, stucco, ,'*ate"*11"die SKSSU Ue4 &. UIe : : : eoacr.ta' I'INt. Aq-U.

I' & cement plaster or light weight concrete masonry units-ask your local Si'ssaL1-1 ,. eta

Aquella dealer or atcrproofing contractor to tell you how this scientific ::' .&. Ib .-.11U.

I II L new product can work for you-or write. wire or pbooe for literature "1. e eat. .ita t a iw to :: :U
1oa
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One of Orlando's Show Places I KISSAM BUILDERS SUPPLY CO.


Bunt aix yew ago of the finest material and arOUtecturaSy perfect. This home
eootlsu of three large beauttfol bedrooms and two and one ball the baths. warble 1609 CHICAGO AVE. FHONE 2-3191
window affis. steel easement window and lifetime \Ce roof. Central head' plant
with ducts to aa rooms. Amp C'abtneaDd large slosh: with tddoic door I.4wtJ., Antl.b''t tt
Cpadous lakefront 1'OW14s.-ah sand beach and dock.

ASK FOR JUT LENNOX i OR MT. IV. BRIDGES STORES
KNOX COMPANY
Price $35,000 Terms

25 E. PINE PHONE 2-3153
c BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHEDExdustreiy :
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JOE G. MYERS! with, REALTORs I H. H. PARRISH HARDWARE

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I !; Sorntinrl.Sotar !, 1 1. Beauty Parlors I In. Services Offered I"I .. Services Offered I 133.I Articles for Sale I 33. Articles for Sale i 133. Articles for Sale t3.I Article for Sale :I5L I Articles for Sale


ORLANDO. FLORIDA i R'fl BEU PARA'"I i FURNITURE RENEWED-Cholc* Of I A NE HOME-la 45 01.7. Plant. ATC FA5Ppa. for the hot cIRCULATING HEATER-Wood. $25; I I ,TJRNITURZI: ; four room "a.- l MOP STICKS -BeaTT duty $. Also I. RESTAURANT EQUIPWENT-G.

P.h. tapestry finish restored to lootnow. i .Uk.Uon on at 134 lnstallln an I home mad table; see at 50* I I I IX 10. ar..bl. 2635 Cores Rd. i I most mop head OIZe, Knox Store Tea Room. 5.5.004. PI.

PAGE 12 JANUARY 26. 1947 cold waves a specialty D 4222 i Free estimates rlibl service : l Grand AT*. Ph 2-4176 any day attic fan in your bome We will alsohsndl. I I Pine Co. 25 E. Pine Phone 2-3163. '

3 B. Pine O place |I :Russ W.tt.Co Church- the IttO. ; GASOLINE STOVE-3 burner .._. ROASTFRS-Enamel and bluminam.
oa. Phone 2223.FN 11 Good Things to Eat lan Appliance Co.. Ie o CEDAR CHESTS Lane's. blond _I- Beds miscellaneous household .rtlcles. ; !METAL BED-PoJdID. double. refillI $150 and up H. H. Parish Hsrd-

JEWEL C SALON-Speclalsl Pbone 4537. nut mahogany. Orlando Furniture 325-27 Hut hey CU 10 tU 7. |_ tshecI. 523 West Amelia Avenue. I: ware 23O 8 Orsnse Phone 2-1841
815 .810; 815 Sbeltoa REPAIRED and "fD 13. Co 141 and 615 W. Church idRCULATTNG .
Classified machine o"Dta. 87.6O; S12.SOmacnineles new Cabinets .. BOX P"tlo A t Z hoe... II 10. BEATERS WOTORBIBE-Ia perfect coDdltto. R-V LTTE Takes the place of glass

HeJ Curtis cold order TlndaU Furniture Co2323 HOrsnie CSADT old-r.r Chk 'U Or.Stuart. 1.S Florence; for home* and businesae fuel oil. GLASS TABLE TOPS; 35 W. Concord ;r 0000 u. .1 Laurel St.I I for many o..r_ also Celo-Glasa

wave $10 and ap gnana- : Can 6546HOUFE8 kind I. '.. pbo. : $69 50 Walter J. WUcox now at-Mills Ne....
Inc. 61 X. I
MOTOR -
SCOOTER Cushman. pack-
teed. 8O6 W. AvePb.. 9964. AT*. I -
A WASH- With gteam I BROAPT-B quality in blu Robinson. opposite Postoffice. ,f as* deliTenr very vice: mechani-[ J REFRIGERATOR-Electric- 5 ft. COM

Sentinel-Star Drive Dsvls Dr.. andsee. .rrD. bU''Dd' sand and CARD TABLES Excellent quality I 2 rally peeler 1VX Eddie Paint Spot: A.1 condition In Wlnderoifre -

Wont.Ad Rotes 15 Schools and Instruction ..the difference from ordinary GRAPEFRUIT-Nice. Juicy tip*. for I t.ap.01. Gldd.D'. (595 Former. price $8 15. while they last. I I QASOUiB h p.. t b p WOTOttS-WIscoD.ln.. 6 b p. In 'Ioct. HI.b-. Shop. MlrhHsn Fern Creet.I J JI Florid L. A. Wonea.RUBBER
house washin and tin Orlando .
very home also Appliance Co.
Jolts Inc-
use;
Rich rOol orantn ro BOILER New 30 b for Equipment di SuPp Co. 1011 STAMPS for any purpose;
ACCOUNTING. p. K..n. : way I MOTORETTE 1946 30
.. 210 N ; gas store
"e.r. able Steam House home use; $1 bu.. Ibssket. Orange Ave Phone 4537 I
Daily _h.__ ..__ 22* per BBC School Wa. per b.i your 1OO Ibs. pressure or W. Church St. 1 I 2-day delivery Rotary Urn stamps.
sal. beater 1325 M Fern'Creek
(Minimum cftara *4cundav ) Schools; hurst representatlv 2.3625. I W* pack and every- !I without I"burner stack .:boiler CASH REGISTERS; Florida Cash I I .gas water I dst stamp and aatomatle d. .

________ 27. par k. Row. BOX 291t: phone '282. HOUSES WASHED Bn. .h.r 0 famous .ripened fra:t i red .. ca Industrial Equipment Register Ofcner Agentssale, servI I I In rear I J JI Orlando Office Supply Co.. 29 E.
dows; inside . from our .. (rove*. Kin Fruit Ice tupplie 220 B. Main; 8850 I METAL CORNER BEAD-Metal lath: ]Pin St. phon 5114. Ales and
Mlmmum chara sic
( B ISAT LAW-and p paint a. C Iu Ik. Co.. 1401 W. Wa.to. phone : CABINET SINKS-42 In at 899 50 i 'GLIDER $2}; wheel chair $15; dln- I. ateeltex; expansion Joint _.h'I 'Blake
Consecutive Day 18 Un* a day broker floors .D.. .a j 7267 I BED-Springs; tnnenpring m..t and 54 In at Ins t I prp.O .D our I $114 SO; complete I I Lumber C.. N. Orange and Ra roa' 1 RADIOS Emerson latest mode*
T Consecutive Day 15* till a day _.t f rear I G eetloD. P. Ilor..I with tuning mute and drain. 6e- 'ph 7015. 3 30 to 6 p m | electric and battery, b.Dd-wlDd
MINNOW PAILS Tackle boxes and
14a> HOUSE WINDOWS WASHED- Inside half Open .. -
(Count Average Word I Com to office UP lo OYTI .o oho. 2-S. 15 Glo.o lre7ouro todsy' Walter J.
Wllcox and electric phonocrspbs. Ksress.a'sLoan
'
I. i GARAGE DOORS Metal overhead. .
and out. Floors waxed and from $ a. to 10 I ; minnow nets H H Fairish Hardware -
Nations Out at State) Hate* scholarship School Estate POI1 P.I I BATHTUBS carload Inc61 E. Robinson. I Office 27 Church
V W.
o Ra ; At reduced prices while present 220 s. Oranse Phone 2-1841
ed painting. Bsmberg. call Leon Dean APOpk. _
sins* Insertions 3Oe per line Law 13. B Pino 2-3O98. 0 I ft built-in tub*. Also 1 :'i :.-j CLOSETS-Plumbing fixtures complete I stock lasts. Smyth Lumber CoM. I I I HAILS-.Limited supply most popular .ROOF COATING Factory direct
3 Consecutive Day 35* lino a day Libby aDd W. with fituass 0. 4 Railroad I ,
ORANGE Juice
I WOU LIKE t* ..l t rlbl JCr., l.tor! immediate de Sloan I sue. Knox Stores Co- 25 E. Pinoi saves mane Elsito Paint and
Day zoo Mn day livery
T Consecutive a I.D would 1.. t t.ID HAT CLEANED and .p.lr. Fra d..l.t Carb St. I cash or terms; Libby and GUN-W..b. 22 automatic; m.I i L Phone 1-31 3. 'j Chemical Co114 West WashiiKtoa
Minimum i lines .. required Freeman Ill W Church 8t I
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AH Wsnt-Ads start in ths Orlsn- .pr. tll.0 .. .leD. mol guarsnteed R. N. Medlln. Phon* 7364or $1 per DOt.. C. R 8 O. tre Grower.. BRDEo chick Oake .I.tr. DEWALT POWER new. .lOn.bl. phone 2..621. I NAILS. cut floorin. box. 16 D comI phone 7036.RADIOSCrosiey.
spray painting as t I .. BAWS-0004 dsllvrrioL -I GARBAGE CANS. 10 and 20 saL: '1 1calvaniaed I mon. lead head and xarranlsed and Fada also
.
2-3021. Day er 301 W. Are. dial 2-3554 bath. ree. ;
.. Morning Sentinel and are and Fender \ P. I Phone 37:13. Wt. Do.a. I
Auto Bo rp.ll. albHGH' watenrs. t . CheneyHishway I backets: tubs: lard cans. { :recfin: Wycketf s hdw. S524 Rub console type A good supply or
printed la both th* Sentinel and should mechanically .n .I GAS and on burner err- 1'ORGE and grapefruit; tree np aBICYCLEBoys DINETTE SUITES-Also yard furniture Wyckeff Hdw 2524 KohL I NAIL HAMMERS hand I electrIc heaters. Bumby Hardwar*.
Th. Orlando 8Ur on ta* game not interfere with your O fan Call $1.25 bu. ; studio ..10. Cochran Fur- I ldublo-'to. 1O2 W. Church
jb .I.loa. GAS ROOM HEATERS Radiant I drills braces .
data. Approved for Information .bu' t k.tl.ta at. .Ist.IU:26. I I,, 1$1 b... bushels $2 6 plus I I Iexpress. Peon. jDr all,; 2tIc nltun Co. 1015 W. Church SU phone I I style; for butane or bottled- .; Wyckoffs Hdw.. 2524 Kuhl ** I I.1 REELS-Shakespeare President Won-

Th. Want-Ad Department Is seesIro t.ID. wnt at .a..1..1 C. R Stevens Grover... 301 | .heL ,I 2-0931. I select roars today while they last. I dereel Heddoa'-Pal rod. River
..30 A.M. t PM. dally see and hours. INCOME TAX WORK and bookkeeping Ave. dial 2-3554. j BUTCHERING I DESKS ; MOVIES for th* Horn*-News Pa-
.dd. W. Par Salesman. .
| SUPPU.a. 2 drawer 44 x28 Walter J WUcox Inc. 61 E. Robinson .. Runt bait also Ry rod. and reel*.
8-8tar set up and kept. 1' adventure travel rosin.Bowoteads
Box M7
Bnnda from S t* 12 AM.Deadlln .al.a.Tl.. .r. Bk In. It (19 SO Office table. 2 dra... I opposite Po tofficeCIS. :Herman r Loan Office 27 W Our IL.o
Parker phon Camera 103 .
; ORANGES AND smoke j Shop H
for Sunday Paper Saturday B. 2 GRPEt 2 W".kor. Hdw- 2 ) I $22 50 and (]2 50. Fla Business !
1287 call .
1 Onnee
2 1515
boxes 25c : -
16. Travel Information I i : BOXES -Rustproof. an A Equipment Co. 390 N Orsnse Av..
Kooa.Advertlwer GAS RANGE-S15. .... .
a South Westmoreland Dr m..t .: :ROLLING PINS Wooden paper
INCOME TAX Returns computed dandy container for Ia Phase 5.M. I Reinforced Steel .

an requested ta sot)- GEORGIA or Macon 1 gen for Individuals r..me.businesses I I ORNGE ....rr..lt .D..I.j or fIshing t.ctl. Kenion Auto Store. DRINKING FOIJNTAIN-Be""n.tor. I I round Frit id sire drink box. ,* I towel holders Godfrey Hsrdwar

fy a* Immediately of any errors .TNS would help oriTC. Mon. orToes. etc. Gene,. A. Martin. 3t N. Orange I tree rloDr. . 674 N 2-297O aotonistlr 'h.rm.t. GALVANIZED WARE-A tood sole.I h o. electrle motor H. C. :.. 34 E. Jackson Phone 2-3317

la their) ads as th* Sentlnel-etar . phone 2-O946 .$1 75 c/. I Hardware 102 Bumbr I tam tubs pails garbage ... oici 2-1801. .
ba 113. BABY BED oil W.
will b* responslbl for only on* .10 kind I II '"hl. p. store sss stove ri Church. i i' Knox Stores e.. 25 L'PIne.. Pb_ j I I REFRIGERATOR-Nor** electric'Tapeed
LICENSED less cooker china. DOG OH COOK RANGE-White enamelAlso
HARNESS
anlines. .b. I
lucoriect t.m.a.Toe AIR RESERVATIONS and CNCRAD' Collar leads. 2-3163.
..k.3OE of work; !tdl. pIDt" and I I PIEPPL . .2 bedroom and living ... 1,6 choke and runner chain. I burner table top modeL of slisht repairs, Fox Hall.
Can Place Tour Sunmland Phone 5301.Travel Bue.. I .p.lr .or. .' ; call I', v.a. ORAGE H-P motor drill P._portable paint bones bell balls Brownie Kennel rubber I GAS OVEN-Blodsett. 3 deck.. la- I'R H r-rruh H..... 220 8. Ornge RoPing Collese. or Ph. Winter Park

Want-Ad br Telephone Pine 7569 'I SPIN-WINO WHEEL1 Ever one? spray pressure cooker piano wood Shop Marks and Magnolia Sis : side dimensions. 2 decks 42. x3O". I . Phone 2-1841. I '223.

HAVANA CUBA-All-expense tonn. LETTER WRITING SERVICE and j jI' I I A drink made with all : and fuel oil Scaledrestaurant waf I'DISHES-51-pi. I II- huh; 1 deck 42"x30'" 14 hish OIL HEATER- :. .. Ian RADI05-n..IOII.: 159 85; WiDen.

Dial 4151 Lamer Travel Service. 30 *. Pin stenography Parker Bust- i andser y little milk A full : for fle Iron coffee urn .oante.show 2t1 West Prtoeeton.se pOtter.. 115. Thermostat control new condition.I I sise H H. Parrish Hardwan 220L 39 55; Great Southern a_
I' PblI ', 'tATEMPT.molrTmDlr I cases, watches I I price 375. See R. D Lend. Kemp- 8. 692 M Oeanee.ROTOTUIZRPMade.
St Phone 5301 phone 2-1287. 25e at Laneys. 149 N muk.1 It.umeata. I Orange Phone 2-1841. |
B..le revolvedoutOfpawn I DOG FURNISHINGS-_Good selection fore Bakery or phone 399 Cocoa Fla.
HAVANA and Nassau by boat or LAWN A GARDEN SERVICE.-W w. overcosts. Msckoy 406 W. Church. of collars leads tomes play I ,OUTBOARD MOTORS-I 11I1.-ber
C SALES Work benches. $5 and
6. Flowers and Wreath I Call Orlando Travel Service. offer caretaker service with n. Fruit things etc Knox Stores Evinrude with four boa. conning br OrshsiaPais -
pi.. B5O4 modern motorized equipment. Garden M.n. 5 W. Central Dial 4232 BED-single. maltreis: rr.are cclI Pine Phone 2-3163.. Co25 E. I $10 steel closet $1O and $13 time 1 ...nt"... bora Ennrud *. aow available for Smmediat
attention 1. C.Dt .1 plots cultiTaiedground TREE sod Pino1apple I ored Iron; template. phone 6 o Siloes. $2 SO Desk and office chairs. with racIng i.c.r .mt. .llIhOl" .5.4; I delivery See Coot Motors lac. 115
FUKERAI. tPRAYS-Thdt.tdcat I prpa RPIEI.nl 11432 W. Yale I DOORS-Flush panel S3 New. (-12 each I
.. lawns Call lntrrlorqvdaeplanking up run (30 N-tU. a lis. bore .... __. Pounds S. Court St. Orlando.
Kittinser 4643. '.*. 64 E. 17. Hauling and Moving Albert (brk.n Marek 4488. for tnformstion. ... from a W.rob. j j I BOAT-12 ft Living room suite. 2- exteriors; limited supply roll roofing shinties and asbestos.Smiths W..or Co Phone 6a. WInter Osrdea.or ,.
Central phon Bud .frul' .r In stock. orders filled left side of Winter Garden .
drop ID
I Lake South, { piece. Radiant iso heater Coffee promptly c antlmo.O1L RADIOS-Philc* and RCA A few for
VAX LINES. INC.-Natios5 I ld. 32 tJ..d..b D M Mlllworks. 3310 8. Rub Road west of Rennoad.LGAL
A tsble reel of white Av* ; rear Ns-s-.noa. ,
made to or- Bo 5a salTanlaed Immediate delivery Wlllard *>
,.. Baby Slttera-Child Care movers of household goods WIRR RlVERE UDderhlL I Smiletoni Machine
enamet Shop Phone ANJZED-IH1NGLES-vLlmlted
Call Fidelity Btoras I .lzD. .1.OrlandoGlass ALLEN GROVE Tempi oranges Phoe 2-287' V with pour spouts. Knox Store K... iou. Theater block. Cowaialtowa -
I W.r ; 2.9.I BAR-Blue leather iipholstyj3stool. quantity on hand Smnh Lumber Co. 25 E. Pine Phone 2-3163. phone $13)
WOMAN AVAILABLE For sitting i i 1 I i iwltb Co- for free your I MI'o WI. from the t.Wonderful for _
children or Invalidsevenings.. .distance movln ::W. Jackson J' MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS Repaired; Ires We pack and ship I and bark bar; lIke sew; fo DRAIN Co.. N. Orange- and Railroad OIL CANS- -.lion Sloe; lisht and ROOF COATINO -;.Birds." Sam old

410 NMasnolia_ or phone 5578. i St- Phone 2-3164 |I Kochendarfer. Magruder Arcade Late Pnderhill Drive Phone 7684 .nate "r..1. pm; Pb. 2-1M TILE Pienon- 4 Incb for septIctanks. GARDEN HO8E Nosxlesera ; lawnmow-. heavy constracUon. H B Pmrrwo aallty at same old price*. Smyth

-FOR-children I Phone 2-2400MIMEOGRAPH' Block Plant homeof garden tools; sprinklers Smyth Hardware 220 S Oranse FOOD 2- Lumber Co N. Oranse and Rajrnjtd
V.ILL CARE bu
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home Weekly rates. Mrs. drubbs I A WA'fFWE TSI. C.j SEIC By A.I .- I-SESATONA5 W.P".pDI. BATS row pl.0 anU V-b South better Orange concrete Blossom blocks.TraIL 37th and Lumber Co. N. Grunge and Rs.lroad 1841.i ____ SINO all types, flat rims iil*

(3Hi Altaloma St.Special. LD' dl'.a. ocr,) for.Joa.free I I Duncan sweet grapefruit 85c 1._.kll. .lb 2-nUde i OASiTOVE-3-burner and..vehitold i I OH. RANGE table top Ilk* new 103i compartment. doubt* compartmrndalnboard ,.
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.. moving. storage d. e.Asrt v "du Large tangerines or 1.1..1 110. t ranging from motors; t 1 condition 5O7 Mary Street. I -de lit. and cabinet sinks ..Lk
11. Notice .I.L, a Ia .. parts supplied half 1 to .5t. Beautiful OIL VIE JLfl"j'j chrome plated trim Cash or term
I 1 l I P. shipping. 14OO Florida lemons lane 5 family boat for . doIruery. DOOR.s-3..1." GAS RANGE-Good condition New 3
I Supply fo. 39t f'OU.-U.b. used burner USSr Freeman 711 W Chtlrch
S Division; ph 7986 ba Also new half w. heaters 2 wheel
bu.1 bu.bl Pine Castle Boat &. pipe floor lamp. 530 trailer;
Construc used doors. S3.
ADVICE Patch readings 01.11. Pine; dial 5114 Alex and Blske.MATrREBBESRENOVATEDMst." and rising SO up available now largo drill, aWUlO-W.CH u.d.ori"
: orange brad hon Co. phone 22465.BICYCLEBoys army n-
baL Bit Wade-Scott Amelia Are ::- :
.lrele) Tu. t 0.. .. 2 30; IVY EQUIPMENT BAULINO: any -' and home baked I Phone Co 100 W. Amelia. I 10 it. e : : .. uaraateed Ilk* new 500I %-
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64t W. Church Bt. Rm. 12. Re*. & Florida. Watt Smith. tresses to make smooth goods sue eggs and second hand; reasonable I 20th. able and coolS Al WigginS 624TI .
e.rr. phone, 7OB8 1-358*. .rl .Jumb .uat. Pi. phone Win DININGROS3M FURNITURE. .Monterey GAS HEATER A-1 condition 2-8801 ; -
j sleeping Pmot efficient service to quality r.r prouce. Poultry live ter ..t.BAF. 'lW I OIL RANGE-Cooking stove. 3O sal- I SCREEN C1.OTH-Oateantsed'ard
readlac tire alL 1122 W. I, and a lb. Stop I Il Table. 0 chairs server 1325 Ion with ..
AMANDA-Psychle HERTZ DRIVE-CR-eELF-STSTEM W.tl. Co .. P..na i l.'i"n ste. 555 pi. loathe B..d... 102 W.
Wed 23OadTlc* on aU Rent a truck by the hour day er I ChurchPhone_ 3. and save at the Frontier Stop. 6 ft. wide various i Spoksne _ _ _ _ _ GARDEN ROSS In 25 rt. and 50 n.I for *?*"- 115 art iso Church.

sat W. Columbia 2-2331. Probl..1 I week Pickup or .t.k body MM MOranse I OFFICE MACHINES t Orange Blossom Trail at 2Oth St. 1. elor 3 per running 1_. DOLL CARRIAGES; baby .. I lengths Urea Southern Stores. 692N 18l-J-.l.1peepie.. Rt. 5. SEWING .
WACHINJ8In..r.br.Dd
RiiJtlmvJCJ-ui i Pbone 2 REPAIR Rug .. 2501 innenpnng and Ksntwet for crib Qrsnse Are OUTsoARD-WOTOa--9I. tmd3.
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, s j Dr. ; 33 . $100. 1110O. Orass.
, be satisfied PItA less? I aDu; aS need repsin I 3 Articles for Bent 2115.BOAT youth bed bassinette and carriases. | HEATER. electric radiated: brand H P. 3 hours break la time See Blossom Trail
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Boone Street I IBO.f.Y tOLl- L moTlnr I Ch.k Stuart. 8. OAP.S.-Oar also Thayer h:gh chair twin carI new; sell cheap $10 E. Jefferson at Clarence A Johnson. 1807 N. Or- _ _
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.to.. .tl. p.k. A St. phone 8158 I B. H. Psrriuh .&o... t I ri agessn d ..oll.. Youth Center I 7.2468. ____ enge. 8C.REDa-D 05322.8A'sod
W.lf BULLDOZERS FOR by the et
RIDING horses at the
agent LD. RE. I I. ... 22 66 N. Oranse Ave I : arlreUon. n and ap. K. tIara.C.
Lodg. Stable) Camelberry.Plc. Moving 606 Mscy 81 4968 OUBAMOTOR RPAE: boar Ph Winter 57.R H. Pbon. 2l$4l.BICYCLEBoys. DOORS Panel ;I OUTBOARD MOTOR. Evlnrude; 2 J i .. 211 E. Floe Phone 2.3163
Lain rulin clearly marked Bb K.r. O Orter. 1275 Minnesota Wi Royal a condl1 I 1 and glass;do"b: I HP 3 hours break In tlm. See at I I tiiEI'1.
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scenic trails. Fnone Winter Pa.. WAN t* Tampa and I Sports Eou.pm.nt Flint BU tee Park | R.ID.bl. 4 1 < hung and casement f HEATERS-Gas. radiant GodfreyI Clarence A. .John. MO7 N. Orange I. Miller brown leslh-
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I and retarD phone 245Red.PAINTINa. B.ft 0 order In our plant-Mills and Nebrs-j E. ... Phone cc pa._ amos 7AA telephone I-
174-W _ _ _ _ I rO G.r. BUU.DOZER&-wlth palmetto .. .. j p I at 1 ,.. I Hardwan 34 OUTBOARD MOTORS"Keptaae I'.0IIn.
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BOAT TRIPS 1_ Mt. Dora t* SHeer FidelIty S. 4c w.' *. yard draclinea with bark bo* I BED-.1; complete; new holly wood''l I 233t7IJEATERS.G. tdesj for fishing only 869 95 *t .
Spring through th* beautiful Ok-1 i : phone 2-31. insld* .D out. 2-12. shovel front and clam shell. All typo ) typ. 1 porcelain top kitchen I I Itsble DRAUGHTING MATERIALS of "a- I Dixie tales *nd Service at Boon SHIRT UNIT. Prosperity. collar sad

Issabs River Wlao Boat Works. I Iphono LONe DISTANCE MOVING All : dredging and drainage; heavy -ran and two red back chain; I kinds K&Bline. Everything for aad W. boutS and Garland and I cuff machla. yoker bosom and

3223. Mt. Dora FlaCHARIS plnt. Packing crating local mov I PAINTING decorating plaster POrt. Can handle 1..0 acreag andyardagePh.2 I 1 rocker Ph. fl. the draftsman Orlando Office Supply .. and OIL We render vtashlnttonOIL backerSSOO.. ante Pastes backer.
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Moving it Stong Co I bonded -3588. I.m. .pl : Co. 29 E. Pine; dial 5114 "Alex complete Installation .... Small I : 2 Prosperity garment .presser
COR8ETIERE Brassieres. 115 W. Columbia I Phon (154 j patching Licensed and ,I BEDROW-IUlr..a 1 t and_Siake_- anantity tor Immediate Installation RANGE. roes cODdttlowj. 12115; 36-ta. all each all loot power. tvaa-
girdles and rorselettes; writs Mrs. Orlando Homes Maintenance 8crv FLOOR (new) cabinet metal kitchen sinks .
$11 tree .
I 5 Laundry. 163O H
DIAMOND' Modern Appliances. Inc. 42$ M Or ; Oranse. paoo
WOVE IT YOURSELP B... roams Ice. 8948 I RING-IS carat platinum
L. .0. Wlto. 12311 Mt Versos Ave phone sander.; by :hour.p"2-2821.Wyckoff I desk; needlepoint chair: lasstop table I for tmmedlau deU.". Wsrrtns. "lit
Are _ _ _
trailer. for .oL Rate. low as 0 settlni; surrounded b, I snot Winter
WDii.-.tiTo-PAIMT-BHOP-H. $1.50 .du. For oil) or It.1 b.u6 PLUWBINGWet.. Centra M. s HI Kub 19th: St-piece. W. dIDI._. .' 1329 I small.. stones I by private party: ph. I l HOME FRKE4ERS-From S en ft to P.rt. M I 57'53 8AFJ-a'J g 37. ... Jflee.
reopened after being closed for remodeling '' 1 FLOOR SAIDER-Edger and Polisher 2-4154 for further I I PoULTRY WIRIE-H.rd. .
Information .
Ins see Barry Moon e. 2 2236 Night 7538PERMATILX PIUDbID.1 I 15 cu ft. Select roars todsyl Walter oiot.staple. *rviat Soda sri Mcncer
Painting of all kinds sattsfsctltm and Osceola. W* fonuUi hitches : Good equipment at low BABY CRIB-Small sIze; hand decorated -I ENOAGEWENT RING DI.mODd. I J. Wllcox Inc.. Cl E. Robinson .. .. K. R. Parted Hard.ware. I electric sweeper: 2 electric tana. Elee

guaranteed. Eddies Paint fit any car tl Enamel dally rental .t. Pine Castle Lumber -.11 I Pennsylvania Dutch design. sold mO"Dtin. sacrifice for quick I Ave. opposite PontefficeI . 220 8. O..n. Phone 2-ll4a. I trie oof fee maker with 3-* cap *les.
Shop Michlsan Fern Creek Ave wall til*. InstsUed la bath room H. .. 5754 615 Lexington PRESSURE .. I
inJ WITH TRUCK I sale 126 America St COOKERS Presto 4; Good lawn Blower I ft. step ladder.
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NCOME[ TAX retarn* prepared Reasonsbl I and kitchens It cost less took FLOOR SANDER, edger and polisher BB SHOT-Shotgun .bel. 2 long EGO PLACES-Special Prices Get I I HOIST-8 booms; 3 band operated I asset and National 18 quart sis. 1. 3 formal sues. 10-14-1

rate BtrlcUy confldeatiaL furniture '- ar I better lasts longer than molar tile Johns Hardwar 220 EdgewawrDrive rifle cartridges Far yours while they latt Carather I winches complete with cable Wilson- Leonard Hardware. 42 W. i 1 Owner moving Pit. -4256.

Malcolm B Reutb 23 W. Chorea M.Phon what have you :: I i, Fret estimates.. Pious 2.631.I.r. phone 2.0915.FLOOR J Rirdxsrt 220 8. Orange. PbO. Violet Dell Florist. 236 North Orange ::W.t sad lower and can be Central Phone 2 21$7 SCREEN W 1Kb Broaa* screen "'ire

11.75.LUlBIER ,, VETERAN-Wltb If* ton truck SANDER and edgernew 2-111. Ave I $185. Holler Chr PLATFORM SCALES Fairbanks ta meet popular siset Knox (ton

SERVICE chair ready to I wants moving etc. Call t tI 1 PIANO TUNING rebuilding factory I equipment; reasonable; ph. 2-2821Wyckoff BAMBOO PR PNJ ELFCTRIC WATER COOLERS by I I rot.. 115 W. CentraL I I practically new Hsnsln type pro- !' C. 25 E Pate Phone .2 31 n

serve you with fast efficient **rr- H P.. o. h.al.. I|I technician 1610 P Orange. Blossom '* Hdw.. 2524 Kuhl Kitches .ld Westinghouse. 8umm.r. her*. due .. ; 2 rsdlators for 21 Ford. I SAWMILL-.Light, portable ,-for cat-
All tlnlow shop. We tines at (JO i B..n.be I I Telephone 2-I 5MBICYCB. T"Wi"TEJi"iAjj one starter. new diamond battery t.
CAN HANDLE land it. York I 2LL FLOOR New American ho. why not buy today? Walter JWllcox stand. 40I title ant 1.101.. Neatly new
8ADER j'
tao Sid Barber Shop. 60 E. church. .r I -Master . Reasonable I s 28 Inch: new bal Il10a Co... _d. A. Keaton Parker. flUin StaUoa.
Sr e. rout. 10. ... part i' ; a..r. 1' I Inc_ (1 E. !-" oppostt I. gall. ConcarCirtle. with power ana If desired. Pbaa 81151 -
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.HAVE EXTRA LARGE double room t Birmingham.. FuUord Becker441 Tuning $4 RP.I.. tbDI.a1 C. R Bark. 18 a Bumby .. I U.r. .2. portable ell.Post ONlre. I BEATER-2-burner "Quick heat"; I I .
twin beds for convalescents. Bub stove; 2 oven; I PRESSURE COOKERMe"w, T 7"
lineage 135 N. phon I oil A-t condition. 311 East Orlando I SAILBOAT-18'
: ELECTRIC 7 rveI -
e W.\ a-U8 regular current. '30. 1725 X Kaimyst. APPLIANCES-Wsfhing $1$. Inquire 13M aUII
geattamaa or husband and wife. 1216. I SANDER-Clark. Edger and) . | machine; vacuum cleaners; electric ,I Ave I! Forest AT ; tit i I sonsbie Call 28 *.
Practical nursing special diet. FR I Conway Ro d._ _ _ _ _
i All new equipment at !I sewing machine uunnUe electric and tank ) :: 17t
: HEATER sss
Pln. HOT WATER SCOOTER Excellent *
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country fresh milk batter. and : PAiNT ESTIMATES-Color .u..1 BOX SPRINGS for bed 'PIANOS : cono
eggs I'. Service Lumber Hollywood Iron AU home I Brambacb Grand 83OO;
spiflisnc-s"
.b. ImF Co M. J Dinner rIng platinum Set 71. E. i
Offer ; ; See It at Harry Place TOO 5.I .
rait.[ Shady Villa Loos wood. Reliable I full almost custom built I
N. 0. and I nina new; I Wiggins 2O14 E. Cable uprteht $15O ; Alto Bsxaphon -
Ksley; 6 47 .
Livingston ArenaeI
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P. 0. Box 183. after r: p.m. SERVICE-On* day service on Hatch. 6001 At rddm1 14 722 Brookhavea. Drphone ELECTRIC I *; new hand crocheted yarn nwS5O I Has bey, anytlm.SEWING __ ___
.U Ice cream f reexer; pedestal I HOEE-*x Inch -. spy clarinet. MACHINE. Bineer U. jtSHOW
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other OraadnewSt. ;
and ssv* | cars 33. Articles for Sale
WIle and money at Lancy's. 14$ MOrang I .rk wheel balancing; :I PAINTING AND DECRTG! BICYCLE-New. beginner side walk I 3 lavatory used lumber trailer.. "dolly ', hose 2-In.. -. and suction .. Phone 2415 Mt Dor*. P15.I J I portablo; csa S. -. at 21. Park
else. 5th,.. Expert ATTIC FANS AB *. Heavy duty 2 1.14 (1$ WestStetson new 450-21 urn Sink 12 xio let hose Cohoon Machinery Co. 13* w. I Lake Ave. 6400. 3-3903
Av. _ _ : .orkm.up .D' size type; pbD o house North of Falrvllla Court 414.I South 5t.I I PRESTO 1.001-Ideal for fire places. I
"... 62 W. Colonial Dr- bonded kettle I .
2-2310. 600 m. commercial fry sirS I
I WILL N T-k responslbl for any 53 P range; _____ campstore outawor (rill* Smytb CASES Car load-M. (i- -wesses.
I iLiCTtUCTOASriRs-.fi5. .
: debts Incurred by aayona ... on heavy duty b-l.t.An type .1_ BABY-CARRAOJBUtrte. I HEATER-N.ac.. 2-burner 00. II' i Lumber Co H. Orsnse and Railroad. : 4-4-6 foot la bir,b p-b
iaPE.or H..1 tel, heate Appliance Co p..r1 trie mtxen and electric Iron The I 1211 111mM. Ave.I I,
.than myself O M CasselmaaINCOME AWN1N08 porch curtains waetlaablinds r' slam shelves H.7.. ts ".
1I 53 Fair Store. PLAQUE of ,.
P. mounted Tarpon
Ine N. Phone 4537 .0. .I 10 W. Church. .eeiI I
1 glider .. Phone attention Aesocistod 210 I 2-burner oU clri -
TAX-a-- all (826 .I S" O.na I HEATER new Volaala Av*.. Daytona _fa PBMS
Bare .P
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Florida Looms Co- 432 Orang Av I I ELECTRIC IRONS I' 25 Ib I .bra. 415 If. ShIm5525.
.MasSey.ALLII AIRPLANE WODEWot and ae- Hot Plate. on i rotator $3O Ice box rapa- 5$.
your deduction Can 2-2573 "M UMeMonday' ail popular I _ _
BRUHEW. t"p. and 2-bnmer; hesters H. H Par-1 I elty. good condition. $10 in Gram .
Bookkeeping las I I. iIO RUAIE1 t 18 .U IOn STEAM CLEANER W.te Y.r "i
b j rish Hsrdwan 220 S. Ores.. PA IVT .
I and boot Phon> at. I -White outside and interior i .
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SERVICE i
Servlc 444 W Church I C3E a.P.r r. B.1 Knox Stores C*. 25 E. Pin*. Phone! I 2-1541. I Kleaner. la *ood working oav
LOOKING foe hiher parr Advancomeatf a. . .01.. and delivery Cooper. Waa Store N._Orsnse Phone 666$. I 2-3163. I I iENGINESsssoline '! HORSE CUPPERS-Electric CU- I Dr fist John Haw.. 220 ZdWler I, lion Ideal for private or sirs : sarase -
20 W. ChurchPhon and'' _.. Phone 2-O615 j ji
A fin future Security*I .. t ATTIC ASfsH la P' good II distillate. I master for cows mules H. | w* nalaced ...th1'

,Jots th. D 8*. Army Private. pay la- !I W Robinson; phone- WJ RADIO REPAIRS-Guaranteed, pickup 42 la O E. W BROW. 35. .Ipr I Diesel engine for agricultural and B Pamsh Hardware. 220 8. Orange. i PLAY GROUND EQUIPMSXT standard I unit. Holler Chevrolet. Co 118 W

creased 60.. plus. 2O. for ovenea 1 iR CLOCKS REPAIRED Any sad delivery; ph. e. W.u 'on (110 each Rdb v..a I 25&. Fine. Phone Ino. C.. Industrial Installation. Florida Pipe'1 ,1 I Phone 3la4t.MOU8IHOLIN_. I and custom ball- Mot approI 'i Central AT
Supply Co 630 W. Church 611. I potato gut lee children I -
Blinds E '
clock or electrical gomery Radio Sei-vic i Co106 MECESSTTIES Da* rowing Oa iE'fTIE-Veaettaa.
servingp1.0 $0% If member of flying BED i Orarefa! oea.
ealO Singl baby bed with mat-
e... plus 8* Increase la pay ment. W. fix .yebIO. R next to Howard Johnson I I I sliver etc i, tress: bsby stroller; small dresser I TRICRoASTiR8 -N c-a.; I I! dusting sheets and polishing sheets; display. Boathera Metal Pebrtcatiac tOol down c._ For sai..maI -

for every 1 yean of avrvlc. A full pair Shop. 4* CD..L P'61, RADIO REPAIRS-All work guaraaI I AQUElna... .I oar .1. I I Phone 2-216. j sle l and double hot plates: kitchen i ,I French duMln clothes; Bills polish- I I Pine_C.'Ie. Pla Fh -0020. I tlon telephone 64$*
I I clocks: The Fair Store 10 W Church I toe clothes. Bumby Hardware. 102I PIPE aad -Mark .and salvesI I
month paid Tacatlon every year Aa AUTO OU8iI,cJ teed 24 10.1' ar pick up and Pub b.1 rentaL Wr' I BIRD BATHS concrete. $3 Bud 8OFA :$6*50 ..r"I 4
opportunity of ( lifetime for men be.tears ; . )* .I delivery R.dlo 1204 L Col-- . |I. Gift Highway t. Lockhsrt.Fla I ELECTRIC STOVE Hot Point .-1 I w Church.iiri'iit. lied AIM valve Florida PIP *s !' Orlando Farnltere C. .tl
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th* ate at IT and 34 O Paint and 01.... 102 West Pin* ontal Dr; phone _. AQCELLA-Mskes porous masonry I : 8bo. 3-barner: control ; $7$. 63* .. IIIcZ "urne. cl.cal.U. Supply Co 630 W. Cb..d_IllS .. III W Church

your nearest Army Recruiting.II I Street. I REMODELING ADDITIONS Rom .....I.ht Why .o have the bent ; open 8Dd., _ _ Orlando. Winter Park. _ _ I romple" with "D' .32 AtiaataAve. PUMPS-Centrtfus*! pump for-grov> SIDING-..(.lacb MB. botei'iaII,- l lI

for lurch benefit Information.Ratlaad S AWNINGS. Trailer Canopies Tarpaallna. building Painting. reaaonabl Smyth Lmbr .. Orant andRsiicosd. iR-'WN ORA..J. TRI WATER HEATERS.-3O- end farm ..Uo. Florida Pin< For InforwiaUon see M..oal M.

._Bid.. Orlsoao. FlsOK1OANS ; Veaetlaa Blind Window : prices Pre ,estimates an time I .. gals rseaam cleaners span ICE BOX-Metal. Kltchenkook gao.I *- Supply C*. 630, W. Church. 611. 1 work.Company_pliene t12"

-All residents *f Wooster.Orrlll hades 2Rbr Bro*. Vet- I .tera Fred_Stevens._Pb: 17( 'j ATTIC' FANS la stock. I HKbway l.ba. PI.1 open era all new; get them while they> I itne ran..: 4 baraeePerfection od PISTOL -* .Lcr 4-aadlarlr i BHEST ROCK sod S >t 10 --
3ILa.--la. 8undTt. *n t
and Warn* Counties. Ohio. 1an !!..: b..I.. 0 ; REFRIGERATION SERVICE- DomeSI:I.I Ventura Home .. 3 _ _ _ _ _ _ _. ,I hut. Al Wiggins. 2014 E. Ksley: cook stove; cast Iron beater 22 rifle; I barrel with bolster 231 Ridge- ..IIa. Fr lanb lalo:mat J*f!*-*.

invited t* attend a aooaday pie- designs of ndKt I tic and ._ 1-flsr servic Oranse AT*. ph. WIt Park 70* CIRCULATING OIL HEAT ata. : phone 6247. a and W. Pistol. 0 L Van OrMak i I wand Avenae i''phono 6395
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iNUaPa .r Heitrol Ilk corner Fairbanks an4 old DUie KsI _
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ale (t Dayton Beach. Wednesday i or Orlando 68M P-I
iJanuary each bam. call Phone 5031.WRIOLRATION. j D.d. t ELECTRIC WATER HEATERS au 1 PrAI 'Id 11'1 1 iiT . .E.I .
______ I hop. ll9MOrsncP Ave. Wlnt. w. Oarase Apt.IN8ULATIONDsubla. I : ; SINKS AND 4
29t. CowteRUGS M" Ventilated Awalncs of Orlaae SERVICE 1dayservice AUTOMATIC WATER HUTE 'I popular slse (t ttraeUT price I 1225; r275; ,J2514$1,"00. AflB-I ample wIth fgaeet. FtuwrrI
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AND UPHOLSTERY CLIANWMGtbprnted Room 11$. 14 a. Charch : ; all make Wallcker Refrisratloa J i| Electric and gas. JO 30 t au IIINGPO ..nr use. t tber Walter J: Wllcox J..r.rao._!I II (I WooL" thick Bal- I, killed with recondltloaed actions and I |I price lit t N. priced for ealek Ml
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: rre MUmstea. f! ud- i 1505 Indian Ave rapacltle; for delivery Ma = I.t L J son Ave oppaslte f sees Guaranteed si esatisfaction. I keyboards: at price :** caa afford. I *. *"** Orlnad Appllat CoJ

horn ... Sunktl Brosphon* j' ALTRTONS P. .la work; T" HI I Winter Se..k.. ph. 480_ |I I Tue Modern A -.Dc Inc. 421 Co- H Orange and R.I... j f ESTIRBROOK FOUNTAIN PEN desk I and. Railroad Smyth Lumber Co- 75.Orson. I' Every piano mast (*. t* faclliat i I J In* 210 H. orange Av Phone *s 1',

J-4122. I Wa.aU" 304 Rtdnewoud.carneri.oanilud.Phone effi prsn'.; 22514.ANTIQUESFrench. CA NoUWb. on band Old I I get. 82 Check with Oeorse Stuart remodeling *f stoop 0lmpon. Pi.' I ICo TOILET OOMirr -
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FENCER .urI'bRT Individually 2.10. 1 R.RGJRTI0-"o prompt oa all Blsqao Staffordshir .. Boat CCorcutrertlos I 13_B._Mate Bt- phone '18. I 1C* BOX--5 pout"capacity. $1O .. 2106 I* Or.... Ph- ._ 'I| lUa Pb t>e Winter rr ;N.no.IV'l
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_*.. Phono 1-3506 Mrs. BJWarren1202B ACETYLENE and electric welding; commercial .al a..i call i, vase*; Bohemian decanter Cs.iLERiFlinI. | i LKCTNrCMO'tORS-Quie S HP 1261 Mecedca AT*. Korta west ofLkeAdalr PUMP *!*ctrl* shetlow ., hpzwarnac Smltb V. ,

__ _Washln,ton. I machine work on pumps saw mills I Wlllard Keiwr. Non 1, French Seven vases trsv Hollow-Ground issets I 828 Ten motor 2 HP 865 ech: .___ weO. Easy patmiat aatbtBdowa 1 'I I 'M-

STANLEY HOM* PRODUCTS-Complet and road construction machinery; I N Mill. 8136 Dr.lu 0 I II I I i I 15x20; Royal Worcester : 2120 all single. H H ParriahRardwan. i Florid Die Csstias Foundry, 123 W. ICE BOXES.-100 Ib rapacity $359. !1 and as little as 65 per awatb Betma I I..eff-e knobs aMdek. Mat serhssled.c
I tea. etc Klent band far
line P.... price Mn. .luII.. and .casting McKlnpey Newman at 8. Hillside ]. 22O S. Orange. Pnoae I Entry: 21535.ELECIRICRANGf..S50. wood beds $15. mattresses >y Well DnlUng Fuel ... :.

E. a. Stray,, or Miss CharlotteIsmmede ...h. Work*. 131 .W. Ksley I I I ROOFING sition shlnsle-Ron roofing BOW .:" I APART)4ENTQUIP,41f Gas 2-1841. ; see Miss 1 $14 SI; box spnnas (250; chalra I wrinter Oaroea RdI mil east WOrl )rial.** Onnee retar .150. rear cask lmiMK NaIve sq

*. 1301 C. Oars Av < ebon i-AD-PER-'GL' 'r r estimates all work : !I( ranges. Flectrolux refrlgenloe CLOTHES: BASKETS-Lane Slse. ..ell.t_Me East Amelia Ave.... $1 SO Ttbttmlr FurBiwr 3O6 Vlsis Orl.adw pb 7057flAiSOKnsMhcbe ___ :I I winter ParsThICT02.Z.5a5
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$002 beaten combination electric (1 75 and up Knox Sure C- _
I Corrolck Rooting C*. Phone I rangesink 2 ELECTRIC P.AROK-Tabl grad Just like' ,
and cabinet. Modern Appliance t. Pine Phone | Ia.-ex- JOINER complete with 1 3 H F. i ste Id end >*-
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SWEDISH AND MEDICAL Massase An. 236.l1 new I I
I' 1!.RUGS AND UPHOLSTERY cleaned Ine. 428 N. Orsnee; 2-2514AQCELLA . reheat wndttlon For sal' motor and table see at 304 E. to I ditkm. .!, (I*, w* (I 607 5.
Slenderising cabinet bath: treatment BUILD ; I IT rerwnditloned: cwvtoaser deem I I
*r la your own home: approved methods I a. 3 Phone 7912. 920 W. Cburca' Or-**
for arthritis and aearltt* Mn I IYal. .ne* ci P I ; math proofing. DUu Ru* -Water proofing .er concrete I wide. .tor C.- E. P: St.I Barrard22O ell Com* In, i1is.. sad make *a
OilbrX resIstered .. *. 12O W .. I CI.., construction. _"I and inside I Phone 2-3163. I .J11ICER&-t7e1un.1. W.-E. also offer Goes Banday Snapooa TRAILER:..2 wheel aadllery a ba..
.. 1.a ..ol la order t be or. phon 7642. _ _ _ and roofs H R. Hardwap53305 ELECTRIC DRILLfl'. Inch Mow 2SO N Ora_. PB S-t_ keneea hi-I
_1.2911_ LsdI. only. (' I I'I P.r CHAIN*-30-foot Ue oat chain tarn I, .IrnrW H B. Parmll Nardesz Co i I, er lester Ilk. Bew
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b. 3-1541. f pie with B. Orange Phone 2-1841 I plot*. 2 bwrae*. a sr'itr. -.11 S.
VlAVt PRODUCTS *14 M tcslf .. DraiUae buUdoser, I Also the loUowuw; i *nap aad swivel. $1.25 R Parrtah Hard a... 220 .. Orang PARK* PLAERB 12 (4 FbMMI
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aid*. Phon* 8452 from S 3O a mwajtu tt. d... till rock R. B.r..r. '. r.\* appliance. electric .I APNCAu ranges. *ss water I| Knox Sure c*, a J Fin*. Phone Phone 2-141. JEWELRY-Diamond weddin* band. ,I 3753 Mt Don I|I bliSs SIctatI
4 3O p BU Bat. br appaist.WAIRPORMAt1OW.Cssr.rstes- a. r .I I br. btter las 2-3163. 5 stecea. sue SS 423 Eel Dr. |I P.Ir"
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ment. _____ 641: 1411 E. Central AT*. Orlando : RADIO REPAIRS-Ouaranteed. pickup Noses .. .to CAMERA-New ped Graphic supermstic i piece. practically new room(IOC RadIo KIMOSLCY 'SOleDER)0. oemeat ,| rowcR LAW* .O.--.L ee. Bat0l t J.ompa *.* thom.Curesbers .
I r.n spare ..t. F4 7. Ektar coated block fast. den takea ... OB. fr ..e<*- OaB Flvru, ->*
CABINET AND MILLWORK SPeclslrder and delivery 6546. Mont- freesen .h.tr. tsble $$ ..." floor lamp $1$. Pay foe Itself: saves I'I
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Laura H.) P gag i; range finder. 'I I ., ** < Ave
Craer Writ 5O8 811- Central ornery Rants N. Orange; .ol complete i Table lamp. $15 Racker $15 Dinette I time effort wtsterlat; 1I..t.... I.* delivery SM Coot Motors la* -

eve b. Dayton. _ch. Florida Mill P.. Lumber C Best t* Howard Johnson a.I j and .space heaters. Modem Appiiabove. .nl and reflector 0 Ei suits. 5-ptec. tso Fl*. I beady for prnfeaatonal or amateur. I II I 1121 *. Court St, Or*. l lPACTT iTC-IDO., ('at* 3*. 4.51. hod C'S
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Church and Main Arcad Pablo CAurtwruTNo PAD I ROnJGR shinile aluminum. .film pack adapter .tripod sit for W. Malone* lift off, $2 bring con 'BoaderPOMpoid 0004 mattress 8aaoiss I t. .J .J
._. I _ _ _ IM mnmm bear* body.
34*. I ..wart 5 . lat . ala* I I l.ARM CLOCK3. $4 53 pIne bead V.I.a caivylnc caa*. tram Klnesley *bw lee : .._ IPI Wa-rIm
Ii: Boa4l7. Orlaada. asbestos siding. .or applied; T Ice. Rathrsceo n.. fl-sh ba'b*. 2 Pares.etc. FENCING- Limited sapply 4 and $- PO. Bos srsr lasso pent m S asSes oaaIsiner - -
i I,J U 43 rt. ft fIt i.nto Oa Bpactfy Knee I II iWrir BTXKTTWHk pad $ZOresiers. > n
work :
guaranteed rr 3riar. 5-ram In ... 8375 Mr 231 M 110II Stores c2* K. Pin*. 12 or 16 oalr (3 Per non.
It. Last and Found W'f-I-BUlT.Ala* hm*. .nay snore 'rn. t P Ioteriaten.Wlnter P... Phone 2-313 __ 'I more Co 2* E nJill.. latoraertsaa Coot Fwd
I, n. 1 Winter Garden Rd. .. I FCRMIUKX U"<.8-Table..e. napkIns Hand 1 '.o.u.L.II Peal si FudiiHa DrTVWRI.LCa.Mses.
Bale
BILLFOLD LOST. ManDebt tan.Vicinity Work 0 saran Stasok mond R.- Cca SIZING WACHDDT price that are' embroidered dottle tewele. Wicker ; b .
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.1I j and tw* ; right nrevaU at alaaghter I'vDIhIr. ': penod s yean otd. ******. i *
Rtalta or Oraaae Court 1 13' SEPTIC I o .0 set. Un21.* a. sad lIned 5.5w carclaso oil r-'I
lABEl INSTALLED aad 1 II Bovutrh c* *6 W. Central. .LJ'a Shad tM Dr- '
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Hotel ..... C. A. TUUtsoa. Pb.na2toot SERVICE that last r_ I Cleaned. Slat 20 yean .01 fo .n. * _ _ *te i wood b eti-g 5100K *w J\ 554
CNCIU'C AOPr ALUMINUM-Windows doubt ban. "a.r. Baflo., FURNITURE-Uauaed. Used abused> Poia.lla'i Iaad i
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P. &all. 51'EAE11thal.0eu5in
drivewaya. floor I LIVING evnt
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I I Concrete. 1&N. Wi 2-O25. RlnUOEnIRYi la moulding trim .. AIM -.1.L awd ml friendly famltwn, Xi E Cburcb. bwllt better than app; 1.1. _. I I dets. acres driven I II 5r55d5o.. 555s ci 505,1
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CtOARSTTC UOHTER LOaTChromium. CARPENTER cwUect th* i rebuilding repairia case coolersFenuton ; ._. ..h.w.. la PfilPa hors Dr 2-1 7 ,I i J P Passe Pb. V**. atanr**> BJ. n parrtsa Mardwara.t

.. .... *.... waMaw. aad d* roar small lob .J, R.f,".,._ H. Tarry. ,,I ventilator*,1..t.. CI.-.. Cash sad save 1* t 25 LCMBER=Ptn* (-_. bevel sHrm. I Itl,1Itaa1 'I FRES8CRB COOKER* F* e wart t i ttt Or."* rbaa 1.1641*
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*wlCB34R*. Newcoeaer I phone J$753. MICwwrk Compasy abaa I I Hardware, j fRACTORMM btrCorsslrB now.
I ra comer muillona. > At afrd 2.I**ur parcbase Bas Furanar C625 *. i j'i snd 22 quart. Baby
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CM-n Drtvo-waya. . .TANKS CLEANED, I screens for -. 1 B. W Charcb 81 phone 9630W 153W CS-roOSt j la*. rawber tires. a* A-l ahaa:

!I ****!.. Thirty t pumped and hauled n.n. .r.t for rteel sash thresholds! P n'\i..f1VRa-.At.i..la LAwATORIT.5- labs. mS-eta. IPAI-T ALB-Owu 15.55 pam, .... owtM far .rw* 11'.*'.'an

DXT> T. Mary U Pmrttn. ta wlctana I y-an la ,.. _.-. Permanent resldcnibanded.. I: la tmawd *t* d C.TICI model C. .Cobb DrM. artre*. ,' sad cabinet dak for bwm.dite i I I whit. Ivory cr-ua. 5411. *i-e*. Bale Maavr a. *waiaB* lei bob *

of Church .<. between Oraa. ,. C._w. Rid._wmte t3 ._ Insured Route 1*. Box 231: aT I rv Southeast Bale Co. IDO 1 500 *.1 earner_ ..- babe bed. .... laneat nears la Ftortda. tosS Ma. red. 64 t* (4O **1. AraeMI I fuel sS P- 2.1565t'pwRfriLsta
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AlUraUaa MACHINES REPAIRED I ... I OT a ora** <* st!
call3 track. *H .a lerrytling macsod I I
Reward I ciaaa eoaditwa. laatre Freetpaa. I
711 w ;-ro
seneca repairs "n N. .. Vacaaal ra.All make J. I! aiB g. f.s Grocery Lass..ad.COCCMPmsijypreritr. laws fop Usirk .10. JenkIns C .. Cbarr I .*-6 ooa.. (. tan aisoaiai p.rt6Pb l *-k> -*'*
PO"F.T*twPC1CLOSTPlena 'I *avIsj.Seo 1 W.I.. : .ne. el Repair. 41* 229 SI.rc5ocu.ppz&a. LAWK aPRtNKLERS aad bale rH. posse 1 prniaii asSess K M- Lsa.dest .a.&tles. ***. 124 > JSrrm -

Dv t* Bumby Av*. or Jamaj* ."ID-P" Cash ._ lr< tens SumS ..... 13 W. ''Farrvk II..... 22* Or****" -
*r Winter Para ba Mam .. CMDo D freaca plat glees .. mess 1.151.ceo. beea5i
on SAVrTARY trslleT Pn > 1
price* oaTs eon CESSPOOLS-Aad *epue An' ; 1 osesy macbias. .1. .1 H I 'Th.10
liberal rhlffrwb siam N Pseriss. -
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OUU.1 PIRSE P..j.L"i JIm- flat Bean St.vOcTOuflmUesm. "* .a EvryUtlB PI out M soroaL2st.5 5 1.Ave 327 lMI LAsT CEDAR CyrESTB-Wati* aXyadvertMed :: pa aI 0lle sad ama- : _.. P.t_ F'sTilJS.ii.ga .

BU S Place. MO a. Or... BlaoTraa sad aaaiew: away.m. I.. ARMY BLANiUTa wool-(2 8.statyCaot.- _ _ Blende and .**. fat- nurJ Badta.WUa.aj C*. Opt)** OaV '; ...
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cdi. bwMln. n-crni. a arpnoro _._ (17( m Msiaawtev *l 4b6 sad $M M fitters_*dl W c.nt-! tnt_ tarsal1' 10 s
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**rb *id*: iboaalia ..' LIMn c. oc I l. **u s*_ TREE D&or take _. cap -**> w: POLDptO BOAT-aadaaonI .isethis sos. OBd mmmt ftmt. M- $0 7154.

reward fee __ aei-rmrt.al. *** 1 Uumrvd. X *a.tastn; d. panera 5)00.etc : antir SetS M tonI 5.040. uwosXTM -Has 57ir. 7S'W. CIa $3ly Or*** _

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VUdAcs at any *M T. TRIES AND PALMS Truajbed and I ar .ben ww.. Vardwan. PrM and *JJ Pied 1a5 fmtnt. 05 11 915 ow am ....

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Cont.[ from Preceding Fate] i I 151 Fertilizer and Sols I 47 Rooms for Rent I 15J.. House for Sale ,t 51. Houses for Sale It I 51 Houses for Sale I 151. Houses for Sa I. I[I 151_. nooses for Sale I, -unbzqORLANDO.Swtiru'I-fi'tar


PEAT top (oil. fill dirt: del.rd. BIO LAKE FAIRVIEW DesIrable! APOPKA-One of the nicest and but COLOVIALTOW1 Yon UD move : CLOg rx on main highway Lam CAST BIDE-Five-bedroom home or :LAKETROXT 250 ft. landscaped.

33. Articles For Sale Write H A. Bray P. O Bx 102 couple or 2 ..0temel: select private built modern residences In this; right into thj well furnished 5I colonial type home: 4-bedroom. j guest house: this property 1* ideal :I only 2 mile* New bedroom. Lovary FLORID

___ ; L1.r. rTa o phone home all hoe pr.lee. Including daDdy lilt! city 3 bedroom ti. rooa frame home in good condition A Avatlab furnished Location fast 1. for the tamily requiring plenty of new furniture iceles .. w. JANUARY 26. 1947 PAGE 13 I
It.nmon.1 I| brul f. bath hardwood floor lovely front' Screened front porch glassed sleeping development into bustnca .
WASHING MACHETE ]tlll 381 DDe.r..e property sleeping apace or the tocome that i icaa I Church. Turn south oa Tease t 0ooth
Garage. Call Winter porch oil floor furnace On main S :| ;
( porch electric kitchen ,
17.11511.
wringer type: *60. gas stove 4 : 9R. Buy toll and valt for future enhancement. be had from unneeded bedrooma. \! ;Bsmplyeslihbaeemrne.ftienaee 2324 W. South Lake Sunset i iI ii |
3Uuia1 &. Flower Seeds street It's worth Inveatuiat Allen Johnson.
Plant and Realtor 140 N. Or- .
burner Cash 110000. balancerrannd C oil I. '
simmer unit au CATBCART front I t 5S 1. Houses for Sale
eT. 34-D..bl. Owner w nta offer Term anse 8613. Specimlixing Homes ** I I )
$1O. CbId* duin& Chair; I S near Lake 815; I!' r.l-d .I s pet513.505. Ann OooO- furniture. kitchen equipment and :I
i for .le. All llxe and Eolo ad Peter. Realtor cor e L win. with Herman Goodwin Inc. within easy walking distance to SenI -
'LAKE
.9 Ph. $7 ALA telephone 7015. 3'3O to 8 pm COLONIALTO'VI Vice S-room framebungalow CHEROKEE SECTIONpossession 1 "
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I ..ne.e. Far farr information Broker 677 N. Orange dial 9855.I I II tor or Junior Hah school. Vie rec-i i .
I I mostly furt..r
; top condition. Imiceolatepossession ,
WOoD-CIRctJLATJNG in I I ,. I ,>
HEATER tff Oreton i CASSELBERRY Azalea I ommend 'his at S17.&OO (Reduced .
1101 Le. ANN ARBOR-Ezceptionully sire S submit offer Ask 1 story frame 3 bedrooms Cl'loor
your block S room l
j concrete
Brand
new .
good 'ond 1oD. can be seen at 128 American Plan riding I from 81* 500 I 0 Harra-Uoor 2-380.
modern 3-bedroom 2 porches tall I COLONIALTOWt' SECTION Out-
AZALEAS. cut flower artistic table Bo bon ; ; for H- SO. Harold V. Candid Realtor mostly furnished two good six f furnace and replace atrie c I
Ze-na Strffl.1HNDOW _ _ _ decoration we wire anywhere.Klttlnxer flhlDI.. hunting I .0 Winter S large concrete brick home; corset I 37 W. Central 1137CHTROKEE I stsndms in appearance and com lot S Pine bedrooms Well ventilated Available kitchen new East ssironcr "' 3 I
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1"AN-20-In mefloflw&h '.. E. 4643 |i lot excellent close to everything fart furnishing of excellent taste. ', beat Feb 15 Take srewad S4.2M laclBded. Owner I cult: .J I

J. WUz. 1n. 61 Eaat 6 Ce..ta1 I'i ESTHER STREET-414 last double i Oaner ph 245)0ALTAMONTS PARK-725 Delaney Park Three well ventilated bedroom Tropical EAST-Modem aa tomorrow and fur- I I rech- ba.aice 851 14 per month "Sen it far 81X000 terms .: c i iFor i" I
| AFRICAN VIOLETS and I D-. come In and see furnished S bests and dining room with I nisMntta. you would select. Two .
Rctmson AT.. hal and single A.k lot RaUh B Smith' Hall BrosI appointment ask for \:- .'
I pany PlattE lane &leu: I i iPey rom.iE SS STRINGS-Completely home. In Orlando choice aection. by beaut.iul rauan furniture. InvUine nice bedroom with no wasted space. I I I Agency Realtor 112 N. Orange wIth. Harold Shepherd ReaE ,_ _
tVASKER. _--snail. electric: alter 10.00 231* N. Oranc AVI. *42 Norih Room furnished. 4 bed-room* and bath; owner. New modern electric kitchen ;S screen porch Modern kitchen. Attacked A living rcom designed for comfort. Ate.. Tel 51C9 WiihlrrUB St Phci14.
a m. S1O oreely at: dead a..dpllnD Phone .t':7d' I hot water innersprings t upstairs- Living room dining room. 3 bedrooma. SIc, oak floora. 2 car .... with ebundance of Dining room of cheer Step savmg :

Ph. t-J453WARDROBE : bus (.tlm.1 I i den. new kitchen with breakfast S earage. beautiful landscaoed yard s in raise Venetian blinds metal S e : hen. Inviting screened I i I I' LAKE FROST-ftaburbai 3.e. -
,___ ANNUALS and Fetuniar corn fo.er. IVANHOE-SECTION.- room: bath and 2 large screened 75 fl _. lot:_$lS.000 half cash 1 awntegs and floor furnace Beau- I| rorch TJ; bath Larxe aerate with I I 1 hoaaa, casxpletalT and brfarrisJttd. ...

TRmK-excellent condition Williams..t.ue. 1411 E.many otra. C. double bedroom with iUa porches down. I acre grove present COLOVIALTOW1-t.ovey lurnish-d 'tfol lot and many other featurextitat S laundry or wont shop spore Mitts LAK.JVIEW-one of tke mast outstanding More Ulan 200 l It .

; cort new $130; ale price private entrance: couple or single crop Included: large 2->tory barn stucco burealow. five larxe room. make th. outstanding for 813'SC .- dry lot. si ade and fruit Prt reduced :i properties in Orlando lano frontal*. Bath for pe'.rnvtne c

475. 602 H..l rte t A.eW4ma At5TRA" FINs.ZSc; azalea. lady j Ph 2 1743 Call Winter Park 1206-W for aSo < floors fireplace attic fan laraerloeeu. with term Call at once. 2-1993rercell to S12OOO with term Better : available to those seeking Ita CaB Block Stee. ts .C

_- : :O humus. bar bushel, I po.ntmentI garage. Good condition. : jour Broker 6 W Church. t all now 2-1993. Fennel your Bro*- quality of eJen e. comfort distiucti Ckesiaalt and Co 811 s ClsI
MACHINE Make otter y container Colonial Auriery1S06 JACKSON ET. 1201 E.-Lovely cor-
Reduced to SgoQO terms WIles er OW. ChurchEMZASrTH fJ on and e.e_"... The 72H.LAl'iCASTER.
WCkm? I*(. boa's: ladle coat; E ColomaLBLLB tar room: larse house; suitable fci [I APOPKA New 11-., house. 20 uaaOy full details
: 4 N Court. I I ItiQOOOO We alv*
2 Ben *
bnene citrus land 1400 citrus l.rch. Rodger CORNELL AVE.-(Winter Park Builtin
young
Between 10 am. and 4pm.. couple couple preferred I acre ; S' S
2-6712 SPEC20 Choice Glsdlj j Phone 2-6.BII6 1 trees S4DOO Owner White hesd. E 9QQ S 1941 frame bynfa!!ow. Uvmg ST. 1811-Toa cant tell by phone Ia this case we are I
.. Come a* or call
nina Wtaltle.0 do see
6 Choice
WATER_we- .ad_lrrlg.Ilon muppUms; I' Dahlia*Ilnd mixed 0. dol.r.. 8 Choice -1 1Retal LIVINGSTON AVE.-1247 East Private -S "th StI : COLLEGE PARK. Close to school |i room:. modern dinette and kitchen kitchen ball comb bath nation the how shelL ood iikea ar e.x i* by-iookicg at ,S, na to come see ,. 0 Harra-Moore. PARK
e you must th
PIP.. pumD engne$. Florid. pipe Lily te"D dollar 4 Choice I bath; Private eatr.De; double I APOPKA-5 room block construction I store churchf bus. New 3-bed- been closet 2 bedroom completely inside of this home Perfectly we ar-* I 1 i :2 230 106 t. PIne. Drive ky 1522 South Stile: a.- > .
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SIIP"J Co tl30 W. chu 1 I room home; tIle! bath: gee stove and famished: lot 60x137 Owner leaving ranged Interior view of lake fem on* of aaeat coafor ".' ,
WHEEL; BARROWS *shovel -' Imported Begonia one dollar. 10 PARK LAKE SECTION-Larse room Lot 4'.1411' Newly built reasonable elec"1e refngerator 2 screenedS city and must se'1. *5 400 ca h. 817 >1 ''hln. room. cozy corner fireplace ; L AKE f'RO "-EsceptioDa1iJr well eat and beet baSil bomas m (g .

.. leaf rakes. garden how and Choi Ipne Hyacinth* one dol-! I i with prvt bath; near bus. host.ail I I.. w. H.". Apopka. Fla. Phone' t porches: oil circalattnc per Swill on balance Price for ,2 larxe bedrooms each wth ,1 bsiit eider house with one bed- Completely farniihed XxccMoffat ::' ,

tool. W "".fi'< Hdw 2524 KuhL lr. Cho iprd Tu one I r 2-9111 i 4ROOMS _____ S water -a er- nice corner lot cicely anlct sale at ta 5OO, Franx c-
WALL SAPES-Ab.CIQtIII ffre and . or 3eFt. FOR AVALON BLVD.-S room furnished: | landscaped: I-car garaae with lann-,i Realtor 507 Me e.U Bu-ldlnt. phone k.tchm. furnace room with c.Irn11.t- Ian* bedrooms and bath on second for sypolatsani to Ir...

.rsalar proof. caoadt, .n-.ee d Monarch Blb.r.P. O B i : For R-AcoDI I I oak floor. sleeping porch: fireplace t Dr, and Igvatory Price of (15.OOO 2-1710. I m. aU luenscr- quits toilet and floor: also 4 small room upstair: Inside. O P. 1ra4\U .

safety deposit box. Can be Initallrd 56 3. Kalamazoo . 22-'rOI Ave tDr.Uoa .pi 2 lota. Shade Immediate poai i unfurnished Include carpet in living i i I lautO". l-car .ar... Fr.ce 114 tOP house faces two streets with enoarb Fine rnooe MU.
bloom t lonComfonable home $87SO I I IKtliaa and doting rooms: kitchen equipment CLOSE TV I have t.ntumshed. Exclusive with Frank space oa lot for another house ThIs
in or* o'd !on.tr3tionSneclal.. I BEONIA"LTSI 1110 LUCERNE CIRCLE double Ke : 3 nice completely
e' Nebraska | fu. corner vttti Howard 3O8 N. Main and oil heater Harlow O Fredrick furnished homes: Immediate Creb Re*.tor, 507 Mrtcaif Building' i* a sued doae-ln Iocs tea. 815400Ehowa I I i
(48( 00 -Mills A .I' 41 A"derD I Twin .
1 118 S. Dial possesS by appointment only Harlow
O-ange 8188.I
rm. bs prl..t b.tb 7325 2 I pLcne 2-1710. Brokers
sion bedroom cooperaJonappreciated
WATER HEATERS Electric automatic I i CAMELLIAS; azalea, palm landE I ]B EDROOM-A man | It* (rest to live in Orlando" 'I 817 priced from S 0.COO O Fredrick 118 N. Orange Dial 8188 'MARKS ST.- to 500. W. L. S
3-gal e- (l, 10-<*1.. 30-gaU E *cap* shrubbery; tropical plant 8884: before prferePb. AIRPORT SECTION-6 room I or- J I i Llnton 43 J'1 _ --It* great ta live ia Orlando." I I banaaiew. rooms bath ..
a Phone
I 24406List
for immediate delivery Wlllard AtKelser MuMclwhite. Muraerle E. shIed, new roof: garage Good i I nge EDOEWATER-JUOI right from bust I: front porch. Near boa. schoo

Vacua Theater bl ck. Colon.jsltown CITRUS TRVES.-.Peacbes..P'It1: 1-4 EXCHANGE for care ot house en home for large family $4000 lie. I t WQ.I I nes section. Your neighbors wont Need sosne repairs bat a f o-d \

Phone 5138 Ferunmon .*, puuia- Lake Lucerne. 2 business men offerpleasant with Howard WII N. Main 7325. CHEROKEE PARK SECTION cozy !I bother this exclusive three lot ban LEO!ARD S CORNER er concrete I far *S90. o C. atowarONeal ;, .
t' Pa. room overlooking lake with I aemi-coiontal type home on a nice .low. crude block 2 rooms large porch basement iAatrey Arcade.
WATER HEATER-Kerosene: aW aeil I Mulberry Jl....o.lI. kitchen privIleges have IDAjR.CoscordIvanhoa landscaped doping lot 2 CLOSE IV-Excellent location short now for hoosekeepjig rts
no objection .tor 2 I I
\ cleared
1 It well acre gardenp
reasonable mao aee by calling p .r.. a.d. te & 1 to nan and wife. our I! 3 sleeping room 1
built masonry neat clean ;S :anted slop l MT DORA. FLA=Mew '
ious i.o b UC 0. !. I yearly lease do 1DOl..nat..i rl' Lakea t floor thru- ut. floor furnace, laundry has large living room dining room. aeod nlbt. condition In and out. Poise off C 8 441.some 1350O young farnlahed citrus make last I I ae 5-eeom beam Pint :.,
ehldr.. Claybaush
t eponleuhur.orP 2 I Realtor |
Metcai
WHEELBARROWS Garden true or .P_. durina room and work shop Amonx fine i I! bedroom bath glassed I -in sleeping Bldg I j l reasonable offer Johnston Henry built-up reef aa le* 75 o iM> a S
; with rubber or steel wheel also 1 FRUIT TREES-Bearing age tl 0': I Ieach. hour ; Open house 2 to S today home The best buy a etc' seen in perch. 1-n argaraao; furnished at$8jOO : Broker 0 W. Church St. I 20 bearine cttras trees. 1m.. .'

Knox Store Co plum j I a long time for tll.SOO Ask for Ray Jamrrxon and Carter Real S EAST-2-gtory near good school poaseacten: for anick sale I, 900 -
foetal tray type. ,
with and
PU. Pn1mo.S (13 A HIGHLY room
bonpalow.tone .. i t
tram
fig ; de.b1 3-bcdroom modern I Lennon with Joe G Myers. Eea:tor 'S, ori. 70 E. Central. Phone A. T. Car- Orante Ave end house South of Railroad .
85 E Pine Phone 2-3183.tv pub grape pecan. double bed in S 'I Attractive inside ."d'OUL &he'luDlt. cr -
bedst hardwood floors. t.r. 95"S. LANCASTER PARE Seduced
twin ,, -
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525 8 PoSe
LakemonU
| ___ : 817.759. Good tooJStjnCHTGAJI
ASKING MACHINE Bail: Pl..r Nu. vate home in e Section oil heat beautiful furnishings *14.- ; Income S This Meal famiiy home will
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S Winter Pak 120 R convenient to Colonialtown shop COLOTIALTOWS-..Splendidly desIred Sea CI..b.aeh. R.... AY*.-6-_ b -
n_ For further Information 331 t 500. terms. 1203 Gunnison Bt.. beta ,, located 'Ie.1f pltase the meet critical' 8pacioB oJ '
'.'rbanu. Winter Part. Ph. 577-R. ROSE BOSHES-World'. beet. Hint I I Ien 812 00 per week ten Sheridan Blvd and Lakeview COLLEGE PARK-Attractive 2-bcd- with reference to HiUcrest school BId. I rooma. 4 bedrooias Large Uvlna room furnished: 2 bedrocir .

WA8K BOARDS- 1Ie .nd .p. Knox car* and culture Free lllua-1 '(lit .eandsttr actIve' room in T. K. Hastings. Realtor Rm. 6 Cen- !' room home; tile roof: near gtore and Colonialtown shop this fiveK tsr SIDE-6-room bungalow. a:th fireplace Hardwood floors thra-I 'porch screened: I large ..'-re

, : Store Co.. 25 L rue. Phono trated catalog McClung Bros. Rose private family with twin beds. 815 I, tral Arcade 4237 I and bu*. immediate possession: price room bouse at 350.00 is really good. ly furnished; near mre S 'out Cedar closets. Finest construe }nice lawn _ban. f.o., r..
I a aeek Call Olcsrra-Moore. 2-O8JO. 58500. Ann Good..ID wIth Herman er. Ie at one. 0 Cherokee I 'rage: ilni to bus . c
Nursery. Tyler. Tex* R.rr.-Moor. School. SOoOO. C I tion Osrsse apartment Beautiful t aad so:
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_ _ _ _ _ _ _ S TOUATO PLANTS .- Ber S .10 E. Pine I dbsodwtn lse 671 N. Or.... 11855. 2-2380. 109 EPtne 104 E. JeffM-soo. dial Doe 2-1949!. Realtor S landscaping. Completely furnished. A'' 'term* Sam Jebneaei Co .4 5.

WINDOWS-Standard hoe, Immediate muda Whit Garden i LAKE SECTION-Well con- COLLEGE PARE-.Thinsie. buncaloar CLOSE IN II* EAST !S lab elsa hone in a high rims lo- I I'catica 'M..
ADAIR .. _. SOS -fucnishedhiroom
huh Triplet.completely -
delivery ail mad of 010 plat "rtt 47-1. Rental Agencies Is the last word in perfection Immediate poaaesaiea MTJRIEL AVE 1401 E .
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grad tm7e. 1120 17th St. ph a.732. *, .re Virginia. ( atructed 4-room bunnalow: double' beaut.fully furnished: a corner lot''S, furnished; dishes ulier. frame; oak floors floor : S
WALLPAPER-Our itock will lit Tour I fl I LANDLORDS We will supply "at desuable I White gara**.Bros Large. 824 lot.N.17.800 Mill:easy 2-1688 term. too. For inspection call ). Wailer electric Brokers sweeper: good Income 522ooa .- n See ice:Vtilbur 13.2aO. A very clean house i rent home call Hay Lennon with I have the ky *4 TW coin .r : ,

need. Orlando Paint and Wall- 3 9. Llvrstofk and Supple tenant free of and t tAPOPKA or Cathryne Roulatone. Realtor; !I invited. I Strick and with Henry i| i O Myers. Realtor. 29 9W ., b balkne ann 04.810 P-ic.

baper Co- 36 I Jackson 2-3317' oblisatlon Just phone us F015- ', -e-rooms. 2-bedroom*. .- 2532 2-1 I 1 I D UPLE2 complete r t Burch Broker. 12 8 Y.IIIIQIIO.. :ton. Dial 6 38. 00'' Realtor: 5C7 MetcaJt Sal:d! c,.
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WINDOWS In st-blur immediate | March. First CDU. Veterans Real lets!, Agency. Inc and dlnine room: kitchen and CONWAY SECTION-2room apartments. will sell sr traCt her alXiEWATER HEIGHTS-Masonry 3-1710.
from fine herd; very bath New life time roof nice nels.1borbooa home i
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e.l .e"ll. ; S Court St. Ph. Terms Telephone 4_. and frame construction 'II
delivery double hung four light 21 2..81. i sslow with 2 lot*. 100 ft front. asbesto MICHIOAN .
; ; ; $ Also horse for ; Guaranteed deed and I I ; I roof oak AND FERNCREEK: St
IB with rldl ol o WE WILL HELP you rental $8 500 Alt for H 765. DUPLEX: -Pine Castle S block from floors. oil furnace Kitchen I LAKE IVANHOE 8ECTIOX To I tloa
atandard Complete rent 1401 fid a abstract. 13.60O. Can be seen Sunday I Harold V. with MoDel settle i i -Bungalow. out pa.n r'1IecI I
iah. frame class sloe Jamb liner*. S 2 W.hl.t S for a 83 service Veterana only from 9 a.m. until 2 pm Condict. Realtor; 37 E- Central dial i iI I school, church .nd stores; on bus I I rooms. 3 baths Metal dr.a_.. 4 bedI eclstb. 4-room f-ame bnnealow A I bath city wale55' >..
Pullman balance inside trim irma BORE< ) l... Spears old; (2) ; ;Real E.tat Agency. 2* S Court. Inquire City Service Station. Apopka.n ; rout to Orlando Newly finished inside Immra.iir no- I >rare berxain al only 87.OOO cash total 1 I near baa sod store 8J2' to.
| u ion. Price 826.500.
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.ddle. (1) \ terms Owner '
framo and prim coated. Wade-Scott I .wra E.U. : I COi.ONIALTOWS-Prrfct and out. with new bathroom Price. Need we say more' Exclusive Sam Joansen Co 5. 8. Ms n
Inc 100 W Amelia dial 2 292OMX Ion trailer with new Ue Phn 49 Business Rentals I i 1 for cou equipment up and down. 4 rooms and I will consider any reasonable trade- : with SiinuMOa-eialea. McUaJ BKU. I .!
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I I Wllr Park 12O6-W_ IK APOPKA.. FLA.-New house. 4 room I[ pie; nicely furnished new block bath upper. 3 room and bath lower In prov,dcd the house I* la xood i Phone 5159. M T.VERNON AVE Attrac I .cI .
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>UPLKTB BITS of blue print forvery I OOAT WANTEleubisar and 4 lots with city water: elee-: j I I J0? ?". 2 comer lota Ideal for Income 17 full grown orange tree loaded { ceixhborhood and condition 8-e Oew I galaw constructed five ;es s P.

modern _droo. home each !DESK SPAC WAN- Ground triclty. Clyde Water Box 601Apopka . b..U.lIn. Immediate possession. Ul with fruit. Good income property I' P Bresa Realty Co. I* E Cenirel ; -K. .. .. I ILAKSVIEW Jnst been redecorated inside sri
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With material specification. 40. I I t Write particulars.Cr-P.t.freshen Box 374.10. : floor praered. c 1.. O. BoO operate N. Hampton. Owner Broken Co-1 i' Move In one apartment at once and I Choice Check this. ,S aad la flrat das eond.t on I -.so
1470 Winchester Orwln Manor 30. _ _ rent the !I Cant beat this bedroom hen I '_ >
1 I AMELIA AVE E.-15OO block- A* I other. Prlcw 84.80O. Phone EAST-A three bedroom home of ex I tastefully lurolsb.a * CDtPplrtc
I10O FT. Of and better Pino REGISTERED BLACK --lEPRP BUIG S ooze a* a bug on a rug" but large COLLEGE PARK-Corner Princeton i 2-2465 I I reliant material and In a conven I ed 3-bedroom. better bailt I Inchrdlng an elee'i. k .--..

flooring: ( 1lo" well water pump; I I Walker and quarter b ti' enough for comfortable living. new' and Westmoreland See this home DELAK E Y-CHEROKEE School I I lent location. The bedrooms mesaS heated home Deep let with special 'and MaytagI .U\tiD. achnr' ,

,lev type. quarter H P. motor 42 .al- .. fl house east Flamingo Club. :1087 Btlgh Blvd Phone 2- . in the forties large living room. before you buy Beautiful new and tion. very attractive. modern BeeS 3- S I ure 14H8 each; house has cypress S guest euaners. Financed once nsht I i'Vtave 'laaderaped lot XH13S It w, 1 h i .1'

lon tank: used 6 month. Motor NORTH ORANGE-3 business loca picture window dinIng room at end I modern; a credit to Orlanda Built bedroom frame home: It bath location sidin* and glass wool Insulat.on and I : In It a top*. See Claybxash. 'yard fenced ea Meal plarsro ;no .

rooter an priced to .U. Stanley 48. Pet Stork and Supple ; available now C. R Emerick o* living room modern kitchen living' for my own' finance force m* to make this a bargain* at 111.SCO : . ample clowt*. May be purchaxrd -Reallor Metealf Bid Phone 10113. i small children. Today Des "u: *

RIcMer at 24th and Rio Grande S R Ion. 610 H. Orange Atedial porch i* now used .. extra bedroom.: eIL The prIce is right Open every Furniture available. CaU Doa- furrlshed or arfumtshed Dnfar LAKE l S135OO. terRa arraaged SeP

At.a-8hmk cab'to combinatine COLLIE P-Y.l. 1 month old 7348 hall tile bath and shower linen; day J. C. Horton. Owner 440 6. I Dudley Realtor- 2445.DUPLEXOouthrait. i I Ii I nished price 810.SCO. McNutt-B and sell fur
phonograph and radio automatic . .- closet fumac room with circulating Main I Real\.O. 11 W. W..hI".tou 'St C o. 28 E Wsshlngten Phone 11 L'4.

Record changer; cabinet; flat iron; ion apply to 208 E. Robinson Ate. '. OFFICE graphic SAC telephone for rent ateno- oil furnace 2 bedroom with closet: COLLEGE PARK l02tW7'Yale" I i ate entrance, each. 2-story. separ- I I 1'I PIous 01011. ]nlfhed bath remltned exclusive home kitchen section with Tiled tile MAGNOLIA AVE-- I"--COi'''', .

also electric heater IS* discount : COCKER SPANIEL PUFPIS-.BIaCk. ;DaBS 423 8 "ni kitchen equipment and some furniture Open Sunday 1 to S: Nice six-room r room and bath. Completely apartment furnished 4 ,S: I li| enclosed heIst porch 81 .000. It It'* Cuest House 2'i Mortei a I j
Or.o.
on all article sold this j blonde Rli.tl. Merdwood i ; included. Compare this home I house 3 bedroom; lovely front porch. ,, Immediate EAST SIDE-2-bedroom home, comt! i!i a real home yea wnb you 11 buy this room and oUt batha. Foe ps. c ,
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WAISTED 2 possession 8*85Ocash.
Harris. 707 N. I onICE ; rO.ut.bl. S with any other as to location runotructip j plenty of closet apace: Venetian pletcly .... full partiranra Gee 1Realty '.
E4..5 It.aDI S.Dod Pi h St. offices C. P. Shumaay Realtor. I I I furnished: within walking Cl.y.. ".! Slot- I see F A
: pho. 530. oandsrranu mrnl for and dr.pea: on paved street I distance of Co.. 1* E. Central Ava.I .. .'
oU.L PURPOSE GARDEN TOOLS-A | 1'011. ma 85.f Box ZOJ8. Orlando I *1S.OOO with term Frank Crcb. boo and bUDd.I'I' 140 N. Orange phone 2-3282. Lake Co:(. 88500 with a I a: .
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week \STORE 507 Metralf Buildingphone 2-1710. I DELANEY ST-New. e-room I IVANROE ftCTKft- BuH
boa*, rake*, (hovel*, bush hook poslol lwCspApw..stock. S .-" RM-1a40.. 1191 Orans' I ;; By owner._ _ _ _ _ _ | bedrooms tile bath; all ass block kitch-; 3 i I I llsga.__Realtor 37 w. Washington i cottage earn furniture lane lot. S. 8T MorlT B<'o.

*> diggers pitch fork*. wheelbarrow I' phO' 2-380L Wlwr ParI. CHEROKEE WAY_A better looking e n; fireplace lane huh dry lot. I FO.lEST ST.-Block house 2-bedI !sll tar the email price of 88 500. Mrs Park lake aad Marks Bt a, i

*, hand plow water ho**, sprinklers I STORE ROOM FOR RENT-S-year BEVERLY SHORES Beautiful new better built. 2-story 3-bedroom I 1! 2212$ .arae.: 115000. WhIt. i I i room let 100 x 300 88975 82.OOO waDer or Cathryno RoulMon 1 S, Granada Ct. Wife arUirlrg L".
DOO Kibbles and X-cel I Iremcdlea Bros. Reali
FOOD. : dog leas for home in this exclusive section of I ,
pruning abears and saw*. desirable tenant. Mac- home; 1 bath*. automatic heat oak $24 N. Mills, 2-1688. ,: down L. A Pitt phone if83 i il I tor 2 2532 t n order t* Ma haebene in ar.o8at ., -
Lively Lad*, edgus. leaf rake ferailiaer I and. guppUe Orlapd.Xol I key*. 404 W. Church Orlando Three bedrooms one with floors: laundry: lovely lot fruit. "" ' *. l bedroom stores en
distributor garden aeeda. : store j ji I SUITE OP 3 OFFICES deeming room attached: library that I ceptional value at 111.500. DUPLEX-Lake Davis section New !'',l OR&AVJl3l1aJ $ room house. I 'LAKE FRONT Comfertabie furabuV S 1 Weatkubouee refrlaerater ;::: i
I t .iU"t. could be med for another bedroom;I Dial 651. cement block 4-room each aide.rice 3 beds Rear xaraga p5. 4 rooms. ed home: 3 acre*. Why not Ini i Ohet _
flnatb handle n9 tncn boao and EXOTIC (.t.r..Iao Meal Albert Hablch. range Bneed 4 ea wa.n
i PISHK&r maiat I fo 860 OO ; E.-I I I furnished ". .... S
II'J. I Dtor. two tile baths; heater Asphalt tll. fn. : frl.ldaire. I this one' 113._.
separate room S .n11' Near CooS S Ala
f..bed other .
bibbs. S I same fwraetar Pet .
H. 22OOracie 13th
H Parrten Hard Aquarium .
war* p m 8977 I COLLEGE a-
phone PARK-If
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Snd. or Its 3 nd .. premleTHIEH Catherrne S
with $
Phone 2.1841. I *, plant "PPI. 8unnjrlo4Aquarium. S M.i ducloyste m; large nice porch "I I Ii you are looking aee this 1&.000. urats. Mr. Bn.n' wills :i .a M900Owner_ 2 353-. 10_ Realtor. ,aonable eftar accepted, open .t.-teucday
Nicely elevated lot with I
tall Goodwin
pine orb Ine Registered ST. 3-bedroom i .
OHIO FINISHING LIME ID stock for Park. >47 Ora. A. Winter t j SUITE OF OFFICES-Hew building 1| tree*. You can landcpe this property -. John era rambling type built of ResiEstat. IIrol er. 877 N. Orange; turn'shed; electric refrigerator home; Bestir; ell I Ii. LAKE ADAIR SECTION._Beeuttfal i lCORTHJAST

Immediate ahlpment at 824 per Ideal for door profeSS to suit your tan I21.OOO. Harlow | Manvllle *'o 1

Ian. 30 ton 0." Writ or win Me- S FOX TRRI week old; mail meo flan d..tlt. Will; I O Fredrick. 11$ N. Orange Dial tlful hardwood floor full tile bath 1 I DELAND-Modera 3 bunZ S I .h.d.: 11400. KIlias with bath sua room '.r.... Lara lot Orlando aad Water Park, 4 r' -
10aa bedroom- Ho.arll.
breed $5 dial cmp,1' '18$. with shower nicely planned kitchen I II I 1 I ;modern bungalow asbestos isisttc .
Clung Corp.. Charlotte. N. C. Telephone : ; I I galow JOe H. Main: 732& Paved street Bus line 815 i
on 3 500
87151LOO 1, as* for 1919-M, morning I I. & .' "It a great to live In Orlando." I attached garage with spare for launI acre ground wire- WhIte Bros.. $24 N. Mills i I e water electricity; brand sew enompietety "
fenced.
Pb 1S1BEAtIL I dry gaa floor furnace Inipect thin hardwoor floor all electric' HAVEN DR. 181 of Virginia I .- 1 furaianad: smoky err''<
AN. air and hydraalle cylinders :' PUPPIES.-Thoroughbred Ida _.U' OFFICE Sutbl! for outstanding home today Price gll.OOO .- kitchen city water aad electrlelty' :I,I Dri.e. A good bedroom house I, LAKE FRONT 4-wdrooma.lh !'S' llTtaaroaaa.. only 8480fta-"
and raises, air chock coolant I I old; Bull or Enaliab I j I BEVJR.LY aHORKS-A. 000utandine about newly decorated Inside and .! completely l bath central heel
130OO
., cash will handle S oat metal furnished, ell-eleetrte larte xaa room I i M- aa1 111 E. Kob>.
pump. J. A. Poaull. 164 Spring $. Male :; Female 0. Toy Fox"I I manufacturing representative.. .or home III aa otit.tandllts isracio.c- I I Jamerson and Carter Realtors. 7O 1. i i I hip roof large front and sereen-'. I I kitchen; ef good fruit. All-copper ."ekln* lake 10 ft. frontal.. i 2-3753WTMEAT.OeceIosbtlis

fr. W.. Atlanta J. I Rat '. P Male $20; Female* ( I beauty parlor. Apply Paul P. San- There ere 3 excellent bedroom two Central. Phone A. T. (Buster) Carter I, ed porches, circulating oil :: air-' : ; .1otIY right in. See owner. I: beautlfany landecepcd I I.r.s so j

WILL-aJoCamCB-For .Ukl male. Toy t or Toy : Mrg.Male 115: ford 11 North Orange Ave tiled .. All other room large. 9510. 1 I age and large store house yard landscaped ' I I I T. A. Ledford tree* raved street ill.290. White !I N rhi >'-.
I I In little lake tOm .
) 011 heaL Bert au Ire's ,
Female (10 Tour construction and Brae.. 824 If
; latest I MIle
young grove. 77 : : -igje;
10 fL. HYdr. pia. and 18 H P4 I design. Large lot. COCOA BEACH Three farnllb.4'hou pear peach i SCHOOL SECTION-Conventi t i 1 dexlTaed thnre-eexrroo and 'aO-I

d-rnJ. ".baOOd.: \ appr.a. .M.raa I.D1 Poata.50. Wanted to Rent Walter w. Rot* Inv Quick. Co.occupancy 49 N. one two and three bedroom '' H.and persimmon hen ".. 400 Ujlng Mi ent to *U grade ef schools Well i L AKtFRONTWeIii1lCj.j. : 1 home op a wide hanisome r 0'"svr .

j j' Orange Are Or win Manor office I two ocean front Remember i I EcU on. pea of 148 hen; built 7-year-old frame buncalew 3 I!', furnished bungalow on 2MxaOO l i 5 saaieane set'u"e ..paortun!": a

_d U&, 2 .bMI. 40111 U.. m.rID. -f FISH Acl Otflsh APARTEN O cottage; location 3368 N. Orange Ave thin I* Orlando Beach. Pulslpher5S I 1 and cockerei certified pullaram clean '' bedroom, tile bath and acreaDed lakefroat plot Boot and dock. Oood I I 821000BB I' "x.MTtt.' w

piwocd .16 per short: 2 pair Preach ... *, and all imPrt.al bus line 2 I ... Realtor Phone 1. Cocoa "a ; for hlgh-cred breeding and hatchI I S I porch Venetian blind water heater I fishing. 19500. Howard Jones wIth I paint and yard ".tn'at, w::: Y.' s
2$ and .xW" tnrhe apply Tropical Fish 1 11 : BUSY CORNER Home. additional Ing Half block outside 11 I, I .
oors 4 ; nippUe* Irl In.he For city ; and (a* furnace I II M 13th. 532 5. Maim pbs. I 25? Increment m .rmsedat sn .
at ateppln Stone on Jasmine Drive., Hatchery ill Drive. i;.ent .dlt' permaI liit' rental unit brinslng 8100 a month I from center of to.. Sold furnished 815000. RexMcOIU. Re.ltonTlM '*>7T 5 22O7O i iLAKEFRoVr once To are .1. o'Hal s Ui. t
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tamonte Sprinaa. Fie. Winter Cal> and sufficient extra around suitable !I or unfurnished Possession I N. Orar, ,
I .r._ _ _ ''a..at. M 81..r 3d Jue: for tourist court or store Invest. COI.LEGIPARK_ |I Price reasonable for ulcc 2 sale weeks.inquire "e Ave Phone 4141 : -H 3_: ii I 2Z380_ loa EPIreiASTa -

OUTSTANDING GVDUU4EN Fup- 51 | gate this for present and future S HIGHLAND frs _Brick"bun... A Pa l 2-bedroom. tarnished tee and ri-s,
123 Ivy I I
3C. Article anted plea from elmplo. EEC APT.-Just .r Prm.nD Orlando profit. W.lt.ra-Pryde. lWaltora. 661; Here I* a modern bungalow Ideal for Box 1195 owner DeLao"d. Florida Street or P. O. low 3 sleeping rooms living room. modern heavy ok shade email I I boom- with tl'U-h fu'r"',,

registered. doc |I eupl.. Rot- I N. Ora".; ''5911 I a retired couple It I* close ta stores dining room glassed in front porch. grove. garden and farm lead. 20 start howeikeep lo.alcu .i
ANVIL; TOOLSPipe fittings radio !1 and gentle ,:, dnICI '' erenees. Please phone 8841 or 5454. CLOSE IN and transportation has two bedrooms DLFSDHEAD GOLF COURSE-.Frame, Furnished all .lectrl* kitchen. B* acre la High .elevation l{ Orlaada Avenue Ren a,e4 from; 4'" ,

a cash for most anything ED*. 71 Also at stud OrI pia. APARTMENT-Furnished; 1 or 2.. S i -4 room furnished moo> utility room and hardwood t bungalow oa corner lot. 3 bedroom sure to call for appointment account looking Ie.I 125.000. some .:.1 I' to 54856. It now u a real o t '
era bungalow
._. Churrh. Phone S36S I Erik the Red Anders. Alta- bedroom, Sins!. physician: I I' Terma. Call reasonably prIced floors and caa be occupied immediately glaned In porch electric water illness. 0A good boy S10SOO Ex-' S f _ Boo 133 Oakland Via.ROME.In j ji I Can iTBarra-Moore a-XMO. 105 1.d'rwtA1r ,

AXES ft-ct. '&AreJaIl kind awinc I I mont* eprinia Fla. Phone Winter i ij I n.nt. Ple.telephone 2-2811.pr.- ) at 62O Sunny Side Court I : "..r eonstructloa and attractive heater sad oil beat Excellent eondi.I I; sluM,.. c .. ", Realtor ONeai1 1 I i, LAKEFRONT exdwrtve' iI Pave 1 1Charek
Park. 1309-M. I tion. Immediate I -.101 .UOcs.i
bar pesaeealoB. lAetrey
UlSnthine iron toTTjrmor.d Arcade *7M. "
____ ______ A PARTMENT OR 940081tsrnishrdor design Priced to sell now _ _ 1I I community -"'' west More' <
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eU St <. : Furniture CoP .. j f term Howard Jane* or M. I. YoM I HIGH bedrc .
Liberal baa be then of wooded
caa t tI
arranged SCHOOL acre and landscaped I 1
72W nt St D'al 40-0 .I,I 41. Poultry and Supplies i iI a"d uaiurnisb.d month daughter.; coisran and wIts! I j CA8SELBERRY_ | McNutt-Heasley Realtor 15 W. 13th 132 S. Mam Phone 6877 or.2I I I' cleaa. modem SIc-lION-Neat 3-bedroom bunga sad '' around House Juafceaatneted I j I parch. Iota oora tt.s.:
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ANTIQUE JEEUIV utamauda aid I 191. Pb 2J5 o i Washington St. Phone $ 2070 ,_ I: low large los cask balance awruaae Miaa =j, .. .t mae, other c -
t.ea. t. | 4.4.55..
cold. W* pair bUheat price Expert I BANTAMS Purebred and 1.d 5t.(00 lake Front: bedroom COD- I : DCBSDREAD CTRCLE-Be cenvea- citrus; hardwood Jtn"J !'i *soer exctience of catdeel Property 10 I Orn5sfted p50036 ('.

and hon 4 & .. Herman Ijoan.87W t Chlx. .r_,. Ed. APARTMENT-Furnished or anfur- cress block Bear hUhway i I lent for eolf Immediate peisn kltchea .__ Price reduced to Dial 111 ask Sic CocnI' un- r". u H. to I

_Ctsn,' h_ _ _ I I 'Sanford. \I I I 11: 3 .r 4 rooms, Mr..at *7.BOu.-QI* only- t bedroom garage. I COLOMALTOWN nom boise I low_ Prams __.10.. a roams SI 1 000. mace terms. Rorkel-O'Neat M-2UUCB. I, --- J

..BOILERW b a. Return tubular.; BABY CHICKS-Tuxedo Feed Store. Please phone 222.Ia half acre lot.$3.$302bedroom. I near bua. school stare seed S bath screened front porch 2 ear RealIsm Huckel-O Weal Biuidln. 118 i

preferred Cheap for horning walT <1 U S. ..pre. Pullorium t.Iog boars. frame clapboard 1 I' neighborhood: Immediate possessIon"' garage. kitchen equipment Included.l ,,S E. ROM neon; 33753.lUI.I.CRZSTECtlO2SHecS. DOT-Fine tweUry heeae laI NORTHWEST ORLANDO-Ctun" e I

P. Dlckjoa. phone 11101. S W 2.2M1 ,,j APARTMENT-Furnished; .llbl I cottage; lake view corner lot. i pew before you bay Marvin Howard' II l I 89 500. turns o C. Stewart Realtor,, t tQNeal ta a j t excellent convenient beatles fee wish IT fmnuiked two no-'' T': ,
i 2. by Feb 1st. No ,11.17.roe.. and home' S
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AII C S BABY U. 8 .rla. test i ied fo D 118 N. Mill 4354 I j jI I house the need some repairs private ee Quest ha C .
JIRA .. in. cmCK& I ICOLONIAL '
shop pets Ph 8187 Extension 10.Ao1 highway parking house (igilaole I IHibbard i iMYTONA-BiACH- S Wrests slob Marti William Reel inasn.it. wall arraasrd kt *n .
.r delivery Mediteiraneaa Splendid 1.. 2 bedroom Ooodepponualty
Pe_.. Peomeeeoi. BaaUati-lltu .t' 1mw.. .tu I DR.-(Just eff). New 2btrfroom I balk- alee
Seresoed
L euppliea. i ; couple; ne Catselberry: phone Viuuat i iiorea. Architecture Were I to stake eom I ter. 21 w. w.uAraetea 8V Phone pens or .ew
atflee. FCt cement ssoncrReattor IS
anwucop.?
iIMbNrW. I OrlandaCel et. I[, ebld. ikt 874 8-pank. ef tkr a dtasna keu. roes veag i.tia .
.tehe. eldeoid. lrmltin
'a1n. BABY CHICK Heavy assorted I i APARTMENT er 3 I carpeted $5O. tens Reclusive, I IS this new home oa I... corner lot Whitney lI"'ell'l Rosily C. 1 I healer 8I1JOO Rarlow
Richest tact priw. itVsal. M .fl 1 aI ; 8 Peninsular Dr. All masonry and I I 7tioMotrall Bldg 2-Jal9. I 1 0 rrtvirack.
Jrweler 32 W Church breeds p 10. N. H Reds.Rorsi. I IB ed for Kltllnger lty. 9-mn or 2-2652. oa I Ill N Or.nt. DIal lid
t Jersey : ployed Box.tI-tPI. b ,, CORNELL AVE. flust be sold atI COW GARDENS 3-bedroens concrete cons tract Ion with beautifultile I HOUSE=Aa 8 ill:tent top Floored S LEES LUCIR.VI-dOeIIeeEIsgI 5.. i 'It'* great to 1..e ia tXlaado *

CHEST OP DRAWERS dreaarn.' Orplmtone, pout WlaIot.1 t. I once ThIs lovely l-bedroom home: house; ftratehed S12.OOO. See floor Guest room and tiled bottom sides of siding and screen. pb. ThIs sRs.tlOs. 5-roo beset.
wardrobe lea boxe W* will buy S 100 Pullets 812 per I I APT OR HOUSE Research east-f oak floor solar water heater; beautifully Owner 2017 E Illinois ,. bath plus two additional bedroom I Detached kitchen and bath all electric 1l1a 1M -Jnlll.. bested f

lone piece or a3 of It Jenkins Hatcheries Ouuet. 1723 .. 8th 8U. i S seer and business executive. 2 orJ I. landscaped lot. 4750 casa : with unique and complete bath ar. and plumbing complete Phoae fr Income new and la fatareaputnirm 0\11o 1

..Band 339 Boone 8t. 2-3795. I Phila 48 Pa _ J I 2 bedroom preferred Permanent will handle. King Real &. M 1 SCIschr i .._.. Specie Bring room. 1711 or see at Lake Houlea Oardeaa. a* OF* eeilsa both I PORTHIAST tIerS frsm Ito
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I _____ Beit of references. Writ P.O. Boa I I COLLEGE PARK-Fine tapestry brick I witS firep A'.IfltrIcIII" ' (veCebl*, offer: Tbelau Kin- > 0955 3 terse bedroom lr Oebesl
:huC-EQU1PMPT-ww-.ai I ii.c Horary ace 3 1 ef a ml.: East of South OrangeBlrmom
CHICKS _ _ .
Ta R.|2a47. | 3iARDKNa bunsalow on three lota landscaped.i . w tk toilet I S caM with H F ttelaad. dealt eub'or.OOd used electric rtfria- I Oa.d.EPCI COLONIAL PeallMMise room Trail on NoIses A.. *
; | Roh. w.l. ansexed. 55.9 er room I 3-bedroom i |! bedroom lar e living porch and and lavatory Large sun deck Base- I t. Ora... 8USILAMCAtTtm rosa with f1r4! e ..'.n < f
Co 102 {
eratora. limb Hardware A" .m.n bungalow, In BOLDKNAVi"2-bad ,
6.5 pr 1OO S asbestos Sid Lan.> i I ac:eened rear porch House re-cen- 1I fur cettaae tkiaasli**! Fr 1 tor I .S mu .
.W Church St Kehlnator Dept. Call Minorca Brellers 82* Lea- ;i I wanted'.I refined middle 1e.1 [lot with additional lot. If deaired'. ]I I dltioned Inaide and out. 815.OOO. well .meat. laundry with modem and oil burning aarake. For I famished price 8450O.Ferncreek fart t *13. wafaraiabed Cell taaa >,. n If.-
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lee W. I altbaU Dial 104rlRNITURE. hors Cockerels II95 100 ShIp< I Handy to bus and stares. Varnished furolahed close to abo.1I1. center S (V-'100ta... aaI 1 PARK-BeestlfsHy With Mart. *'.laautt 9u .
.-used atorra. Ira boiea. London Poultry 1844. ness couple Permanent. Not over ISO. i immediate occupancy (12 tOll Martle WUUanu Realtor 21 W. W WMklkdon Ph 9-n:
Sewing aoaehfRec. Call before yew S i COD 7 N | Box 537 S-fitar. i term Exclusive with Huckel-o Heal I Washington St. Phone .loa.COLOMALTOWN ,i rich, ReaHar RoaweU K. Penney. Section 2-edrooa far- t earn* M with view of lake Ufo
-I. U Realtor. S Afiaodate P 0 Box 3343. Tel 172S-R. j jDtTPLEX I time .awnta*. **,ar a ad elertrsc bet I
elL W* pay "top" B.w uThurmond & C.O 0. 100 healthy fl- -3 bedrooms far I Huckel-O Seal h-ds. 11* : nlehed cottage: large lot M.SOOVlrelnla I
FMralutre Co_. U W. Pine We I,'. : adults permanent, ISIS E Robinaoa; dIal 7sJCOLONlAJ. Drive SortIes Famktkod i is;. yateau Ia.. cedar lined
-Here la 2 bedroom
Finest a -
broiler chicks 82 53.
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ar aaraee awe > yew
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8t Dial 4070. I Masonry cons-ruction. Extra cottage; bulnes Iocat_. 842OBOaceo :
l assorted J *5. H H Chick Farm- Ilo..IU. GARDENS-Thl* attractive bnnaalew well worth th* e .
t seesa. epartaatat. Laadstatlnc Jy repatated 5 rooirMm Inson h. '
FRUIT'WANTED-WUI buy end pey inxdale :. J. I Inn BOUel. 3 bedrooms ttrnlb -room house that was boil t price Lrvtng room. dining roeaa. will ":. Collar furnace: completely a St. Furalaked 2-etery S Indnaos (1J wartk af ataieas Larse "un.t t.-... ..
toP .. f. fruit aft ,.. 1W.1e .I. telephone C I S In 141 offer many extra la completely kitchen bath Completely furn bed. farnished. 2 extra Iota for e4diUonal house; large lot 'ralS $4710Esther Bpectal *4000 price .l peel .. "
Juice Company .. S-odl. ask for C.r Winter park 42W. I furnished and located ea; Including piano Oarage fruit tree apartment This ta a vale- St 8.-S bedroom. So' salts sale af tks owtataadbix reatt n p.c-b rI u<"Mxkad 55
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N.. LaD. _ _ _ _ | aJ SXreeUPULLirrs. I HOUSI rooms .af.rll. Fam- S Iar.. beautifully landscaped lot. Immediate paved street t 25O, term -Dootbe able etose-ta property See Hale Beau W Price stery 8S*hows*' double corner IM. I Iornleb.d. * '. ... Sewn payment t pntck-5oe ocr- -c 0 .0 d.sc :
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nYMnvU WAHTEO Any euaoUly -' .de..Will _10" a. owner I* being hasty. see Hasting" Realtor. Has with Belles Investment C* *11JJ*. Phone far appaiauaint loBataad. Caa be bmiknradeaed or o' ,
p..nt North WeD ? J fculTenrn
Whea ,.. eel reedy to eU four to for and half consider AP Bx 88t.r_ transferred 81L5OO. 83,400down. I Central Arcade: 4237 I Waabi.._ Pbene $:. 1 house- aaach better than average .s.a.ct. R. P. --, 872 Bee Pan t:.rcc. -

vail *3L Coehraa Pnraitur DO.t aId Wii. Mlnorres. White I i 1 S bed \toa Johnson Realtor. l*o COLLEOE PARK-Well located, an ,,85500 "L Oraa.ee: 2-4MI Mans. WtJiam p.U 'of .I IWsISS
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II Head breed ts-- i
8_ lOts w. Church_ _ _ 5-100. Quality Chick i an Call J.1. extension I H N_oranse.. 8412. -Specialixini iaCOLLEOE iarxe lot -5x135 ft. 2-bedroom 1 i DILAtEY PARK DRIVE. 72*-fnU |'ISammle Franc-see. KeaneeIteoea 4. ; LAart AOAm-aVevftwl view .tki.l Filet 8: 4.

OFTICE MACHINES:We are badiy :$: loao Lt Conner.aiiBa.4 frame bu aalow. tensioNed and im- lovebr home belH la 141 meat be Central Arcade 1407. l seedy lab tram Screened perrk ef .

la seed of typewriter addlnc *>atnea > -fc..1 I : I r PARK-Owner mart selltwobedroom I med!ate>y available Yea must act aoU uckly! Owner traniterred.: i HTLLCREST AYE. sOt-.3-Sedocsa S tut a-tary keesc. wttk Vbedreoau 1'Iun.; ;-reeec 5 ,
1 bedroom sleep-
POULTRY WANTED f.rib. Frame bnagalew 2
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"" cash relat r* IO pHcee Permanent banalow Best offer t awlckjy to get this one Going foronly i 1 win) ,I frame bmaialow: aesne fsamttare I tiled katka tweiss axacioaia _sJew o.,1.c olson $0
| turkeva. We rd.t .1' llvia I
park a .11 me porch la-go ream .
imidi.chnhrr.239. -. ".1. U50. !; eM child i this week acts koue; with ee winO ... 8-r, Mr. Little winS rIse te ahappua! center irneil and e.c-.s.i', _lei Deuce 912 Ii
tain. Call Mr r-757. beewttfal I C C "
.01n OOU>.-W* t b.' i' pay moau Market. 41 M_ .-I FRNRm o uoTufluahedb.uac.. out kitchen. equipment. Property .''I Harold Shepherd Realty Co. 2O K.Washinetoa i. nrepUce.""hen.I dtnme perch room.36k Hao*. :1' bwa .nkc. fered for few day far C and :. JIoaiW (3100LAKXTROMT ; 51347o0TUAa 7Oar"'h._. I
= 102 Flarinda. tstetaoa and P1aroCall $t. chose 5124.COI.OrIALTOUYert I $10
..OOO cask Freak Crew 8O7 Met
for diamond aid told wet,-he*.' TURKEYS Young and I Iaosa 1"rDt."H'rd.t .' flour rarmece.. nfettaie . attacked 0r5oo 'T.1
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*To .. jewelry 2 lota. ttleratlon i
teeth. *u erwr* lO-lb hen*, c lt .O R.'n.t. 15' ; S: garase An this en e *
i 420$
Bertiasa Son*. 139 M Orange TurXey Farm Phone *M. _ _ _ clean and I nun, lanOnraped ys.rd. a real ewoe-I lYANlrOC 5C5-Yeu wot .1 I ? **v.r. )"- k
"OTTICE COLOVIAL OARDENS--iiedem *- S handsome bamtalow of 2 bedroeenai S hIDIt tO 5t 5 bo. Ia thIs dcii t ,1 impressed .I tke charm sod 8CBUmBA!--Beaxtlfal ,|
PHYSICIAN want tarnished
.Hn and funitdr. I EltO POSTCARD today for free toformaUoB i I .P: room bouse boil 1MI; nicely far- ana gleeatM porch aloe I Owner ea property wiB I : dignity of this modem wedreaa I eee4.o bangalaw l 4 yen old. T,* s.-'t V.-
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Cl about Blue Ribbon day- etched .Df.._. floor ] tiont ai hardwood reajiig vteB ItK .oet 2 rr garage n.t. j,
O or.. : i 2-48C. er 56 porch show Interested parties at any reason frame torn m this destrakJ aeetiea. 4*> l 'rimr I
't ( a.n 1.Yaa old and .t.no chicks. Blue JUbb'I "Ph. I \ blind (wning*. acreened I .rloaet aa*) brick ftrealace. Hl.oso. ski* hour Price only, 813 SOP ; Tile both floor furnace aadrnaay Large landnsaad it Ic a resirldeda tory O. 0544. .

11..ODWay Hatchery. rt hn Street. .. i porch beautifully landscaped La 0 Iiady larnMhed. leant WUBaaaa.I tr-ar Pee E Stewart wfh Raced etker attractive featarea *14 . Price *22.too tarladiac citrkraewwivawat i-.ct sale to "- <*. .0P,: ; ,I

AI OOLDWj' Dept._15. Atl a ._ _ _ _ ;, S medial posaeauaa. owner 137 Palm i g Realtor 21 W Weaalagtoai . gtiepelerd Kea-ty Co 20 E. WashIntton S too. AUea lihnnia Realtor 140 tlI S OeD H Kittredge. JUai- coeaiiMt 11.. .. ...154.1Ins.

I" .r..I.1 I BKINO YOU POULTRY and eg.'S IMA AP"aT- De e.eta4.i ,1 Drive 10* 81 Phone 8184_ I I'Or..... M12. .-*) lciIMnn ta i, tee. 2-317* .; IsoitorlsTA111st6i

.n L ChVvh ev _ _ a*. Egg and Poultry r ec.isIaIm 5I| COLONIALTOWN bedroom bunce1 i I II DCBSORXAD Charaim BpaaKk 1 I He, ____ iJAMAJO ,
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'pLi pt W.n_, not a.cso .lac. &M. Oarlaad. 4117 bedra.. twin! beds) or ...1 ,' ., living rwens with fireplace; I stereo bwneaiew 2 bidfaoma. Us* tI t : ::(1000 down bay tMs 4- S I-aE.I DAVIS 2b .

evaditMn will .I I kitchenette for one _t e: alee yard 2-car garage 88.5OO ftc- CONWAY atXmON-Do yew want awe l."nota tree A seed b*> a* 87 t room sad bail boom CIsee c.a bus S . 2 4reaau ne-ptae : ;.!<*' Oraa- -A .

*ash -65.2-1506 Kraeet hahe Csp$rtm.nts for Kent j Fv*. U. Place den by al 1 quires II500 cask. Barry BesUv I eamfanaafe weft knti aaii I ISO MTV 0eee. Pa itev will ; flu* and eterrs nv. IoL eeoo saris firer sce new II.raea call 1 beds..,.. aM iporek .>..

ROW BOAT. 44ual bewaIl 11"lbt |,i wife tree the 1o I. chfldrea I eppestto Vogue Theater ia Colonial home with all electric kitchen ale I Aattr Peter Realtor It E. Central.Maaanry Bay taday sapve la taeaorr .' ne'. h-caSey II.es !- .a' sara*. i teeep S $rW pall. .< sad is t

and '_ Call rTrICw.CY A41TIUU .- pt WIDInc &p .t 82OO. .: town 8253CHTRCH repair on 2 lot with aearkM trait I r.1\7H pavIng raet. p.5 IJISe 11_ ._S IE.1W55 I" f' 1; "H. <""-_'_'. ,rndltSSlh' A 45 Ii "
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let 244-M. b boo W I .u. .5 8lt. ; ST W -313O -Drive A' reee< Frite I5J8 ruB balaace I DU8CIUAD-JC. .M4 : : 0,04.5 1M. I7'f II or.AI..Y er&ed.erre 5.00 250Pi. lUaMe. >4* JI Ut.:1 5. -
.I. SijVi1IiivY easy H* city taxes W L. Uataa.Hnltor buns ; ass piis ss-r ci. r for is-len sad
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TAMPA- t S toed __ 1 and eee this 2-bedroeex aeose. price .5 110 Bent
4)8 a >e>e. : Hartey f. .S WANTED-Houe .apsrbmo.I. 2 OT r I 8VaOO Call J A8.ade. Broker 7111COLLEGk . '423 a Oraaae PBaawa440 noses apacleej reaeSee It be Bag __ aECTIOU-&SOeu cbbekcas taD''lek PO.ueUiOn IIaIn& . .
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*. Lot wa Ltntaav"uve $75. i.csi* 1_ C. 5.I -11.
; 3 nlie inii. by March Utwill Btthed Larae ast n? JIM geO eeanetma S corner las. bets *< frott .
pivf or I .. MO S PARK-Pre.o. 2-bedreeea StaletA.Et c5.t1ed 55.. to
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'i -mo"d. up to saoatk. Phoae S eerrlee Pelted neat at 17 Jon' re*** bwaealew ea rear ef M leo- _
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t3.tt4 I 8 C ri hV 2-474 keuse _IIIw glassed aleepiaa peedI CZ1ft'lIAL An EAST-Y" v. Ptume 2-1*** or C R Saserica.Riaafor log roesa s* kwOd *a freert- real kay AGAIN 8CrTK*l B< wna 1 t. ppeS I Stir ocvt I.
APARTMENT Uvta __
WILbCKO OEXERATOR AC DC. flUISl SMALL APT-Private bath and I 2_" fraase b.ms wttk 4 *10 1C Oranaedat -31 at price eeaed. tall eeir 0,55saoostSdlO heft *-,_ seeders fraise 3bedrieest : CeM5lOmiic10.-

.. we. electric asoter* and ...I bath k. bedk.BebeOettS.. by Feb 4.B. aleetrw kitchen and located oa urge biitruom net t beta, empanel C DiiiiiYP'in6itn.m. .m. t.'a bed '.!\ .. see. t N

.... .wan shop ewtpmeait. ..- d.te. al eYa_ .I Mary mart lotM.50O. lIke Johaaea.Realtor aDd nicely faianbig. Lars beaatt- lteus.Oodsy.lt.5P M Owaertraaeferred -- wall beta es.e.*. u ftem p.ae r..- Marc ecu j '. .
.Swap Pled no_w Pt ; u.O.L.I ttiea 8t..OeaeralJOenvery 10 N. or.... aJO. a e- tally liaaacaawei let Rectal 01 aad woos eakt* aa eahi KALEY kCWOOL SCCTatMt Pew ra.4 Oil uf Derliekt eler-tte bsoea5.S aau.55 ..
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moos preatate a aaH aHsitkiyCOLLEOS Mtcetre A rcv. fanuurae
WI : & .0(56 $5.scr-n.-aob-
F \Y iSbcSIrSah rtcea I BtIn--C hwely boo Praise bloc 5.
1 : amad road t. at ataa 1, S 1 I u1iOK-u-F.uut- -_. Shorn theSes pan'tii.' 2-car ea wae near .. .
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diem *waaaene at dIe mjtmedera ss.saiscsot oalr boil ua 141 2 *illnm 5.5. Lsn5.spltssr 4 base ef st* n, 505. .'d .
ai City I I Naves A. : .hour.. ra.deaU I. : bvocalowa ta Orlaadev Mr 0BeS.. witS Set_ besot. pvrek bail with Us* Doer. lar** Beux eked kwa .. __. _-. 5.55. 514 V*' jam.: t be H,.< 195. 5.550 ...?. t. t S re. .

Jew._ o u' Oraaae =j OR-An.--w. 2 aaertaaeata, Rot 4 t'ar. Bam la 140 af ceawat brick a adI nest C. 2 5. roaaa with tireptace. dtaMate reeeaaad _35.lb95. me Pars.- .. So *- Ce- try 565.fl f.. ,'_ .'', .

KE bur a>4 turaflur.Cslieebw. I .It I biec I ir-oK COCPLE sued _.1 I tIle root > bertramm. I ills both 5 $13 very aisdna 5.itm'bes Oak fleece. -' 'ral Art_ TTi'fttWW Ocet bets0d lee cn 5., I

tore se..g:: Ortaado Pmitmre Co. I weat jf Drlve-ta_ |! ae caudreai ee tile screened perch. 9-car garaceI PARK Tale *-raea fleer faraace. Jaeu MaavOe Ufetssae KALEY KHOT*. BCCnOSI Yea rekeea ( is ,., iU seas Goose_.. Wet, II
SlW I OmIt 'W pteaee :I (1800. tens W. B. :. ule. was buIlt w> 141. wafcnw fee this tv* 4 I ..': Pt..
w. 2 au w. Canuck pbaae; APARTMENT Medera I ... c 5 attrae- roof Bttarhad canoe 1 ). oa earner bore 5ee . tee S lam 656 1 4545
3 both. _: ext 4 _ _ 11. U. hula_pI1._3-lon. timely rinuatwd cleaa sad totaced hn5.cap.d card A cost keeae taUna reeea. 1S katk I start r aw tumi .co54 1-1t-1J 5.e with Ibp ', oar"-M".'' .rs.e1tS

I I .. M A L lM- a a5L.Au; APT -Retch.,S a.onAia yew keektag-far.> en a street ef aewetifal haeara gus .rneara eareiam Will be aaU wdekty *Set "-Tar.. .. .ra S.c-sos't. sOC 01 0.._ P05.5 I' .. o- .

stieS:n"Il peleot. b.aieeia aome* IT a*, aee this Da* trx kitchen lane earase sad emea lee R today Only U3.1e8 wIll , PirrIttIso sr.e. laO V 5 500 94c 799Ionso re-.5.d .. ,'
Feed Oil P. st ''
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1 MAU. ATT r Toe renaal cwtple 'I with fall Uk_ wr, U. a tee a e'h.rend limi wklck la S year aid central ed Johnson perck5- t lot Ill eoo Aixm eaey leioe Hew t 8ewan .1It Mar. J Men IXk.ta 655. et -' "0 pio.. r-_ Pel -.. Ur.e 5305. 101 too mened5.
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I ,. cellos .- asS bail, : I lam to* aele 55.80 5. Os 1 ,..; "tra __ ,! 4-se4 .,. Sit oih fK--::' :: -'
u.dUD& teat oil bwjrae llo_ Ur Rent i ( I-- -2-(eaUy aarrko. cfty water. ewctrstny Oawguaxkry I II real tee 113 i mee56. 1565 0 .: 655' 5. Be-mat 0.54. 0 I.er Be-S.f >

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first. 2Uwtad
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9 ea Foot OO Cwu. looms.? i 1 csok56e .nn son 3. 6 5
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a et $456 s6p.ed see faranai* a..-iar'CLOSE > cuc 'sake: Wat**) S auto loom OruuM* =

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; Srnttnrl-S'tar !I :51. houses for Sae_ 51.. __Houses for Sale f t51. Houses for Sale 511. Lake County Property 54. Lots for Sale 54. Lots for Sale I I 158.' i Busboys Property for Sale I II (I S8.' Real Estate Wanted


FLORIDA SUBURBAN-New. modern bungalow 6 ROOM FRAUZ-Bungslow. bt 3 ATTENTION Or and Clvlllang-W. I CTTT LIMITS Just out)-New 2- I RICE LOT-Near Delaney on ConI CLERMONT. LAKE COUNTY-Larg* 1 1tw FARM OR ACREAGE Wlthla 10

ORLANDO. StSJO Call 2971* between 10 OOa an"e. porches. Hesvy d. .a- can now build for you at one a LAKEFRONT new poop,.. 5 rooms 1 bedroom cement block. uDfu- I way. 5OX15O for 81.000. Phone story frame home. first clas miles Orlando north: MstUand or

PAGE 14 JANUARY 26. 1947 m .,0 2 0 pm. Sat or 8..ld. garage with maids ..an 5-room borne and bath of good construction I I and beta hot and cold ..tr lust dished i : nice lot. Fruit and shade on 8171..CHOICE. condition. Adapted to apartment Winter Park I Prefer lakeside proper-

poultry ..8uu"de acre and furnish lot On excellent I emplt ready t* move 1 JOO ((1 bus line. 815OO cash. baL your term rooming or boarding 9 rooms comprising -. I ty. beyond city limits. Box 553 SStarOROVESNOMZBBUBINESSEBLII

I I SOUTH CITY LIMiTS-FurnIshed ey- bearing .ro. pa.e rd overlooking location. for .6.8. We can .. Shore Can Penned your broker. 2-1993 1'' LOTS-Twe 165 froolage.I ; S bedrooms large modern

Cont.[ from Preceding Pages frame home with two bed beautiful 10.0. M. i. secure for A 90* Apply DeLand Road. I'6 W. Church (37SO. Shad Talk with Claybauxh. kitchea. barge Norse electric rerieeiator. -I
with
pr. C'n 8S o j Realtor. Metcaif Shoe for your property assresaive broken -
Moss 132 S. Main. 6977or Eustl* Plaj i :complete baths eacn I
p range
loan. gas
and din- {
sued R
rm Ivl 13th FH H Bld ReaI\Or : COLONIALTOWN SECTION lots I terms. This is a good buy-build *rI Thomas Chenaalt and Cew 673
interior and
I m; gas eul.t C.n.a 672 1. One dl I paved street. 81 600 for both I n speculate.LOT floor newly redecorated | N Oranse: dial 7234.
exterior attractive modern furniture:
large front porch: BUNGALOW-2-car Phone
open 2-0926 evenings.
LAKE
51. Houses for Sale IRM .r..e > VIEW-Braud new 6 .
service porch: beaten shop. 6 with orange -SO X 150. with 2-room building superb location overlooking torg l GROVE WANTED-IS ta 3O-ecre
! plastered cut 0 venr- ,grapefruit Io .: rich land DOUBLE DWEI.LINO-C1OSS in. Brick bstn. top .0rltm.np large lob CLOSF IN-Building lot ta best resl- oa rear: tl.OOO. Call ewner. 772-R. lake near busiaea section close <. > grov. mainly V._. WUUam

ORWHf MANOR Beautiful fra..1 I hiiBda.I newly fr I for garden: near Lake Conway: b. I construction lifetime roof spacious .good Joe.too .pad.room i dential section. Lot 8 Bradshaw-, Winter Park. eatIng establishments Corner tot 140a i O Rencber. K. Washbootos. pboae
I finish
and beautiful
buna alow. via board U a hardwood floors. .
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.leb..h d. Hams Subdivision aext to 421 E. 150. attractive grounds. This property 9620
V. C.
and ready 'o Ime.t o..panu.I owner. OI 2 Pr apartment makes a home for say .
.. gang 2 bedroom less t Amelia A..., tea minutes wslk, t* llcDU0IRlAi. OR BTJSIapproximately Bw .. market bnaaia te* lamfor
blind* hot water beater space beater i 1 I 88.500. ,And tlte N. Ave.26TH I flrlbe. Modern kitchen .lpmeat f family. 812.500 :. Kistler. Resiter. Court Rouse. Size of lot 50x13 fb 153 Sect on BHgh single family: cheap at 816.50O. I
and ( 7V lot Harlow 0 Prek. 1. ST906-New 3-bedroom bungalow | ;. of ground Blvd 52 Gore. 1.000. Will
atue an. Immediate potsession. >I 1ed. I .lt et .P. deep. 1946 taxes paid good title to on on reasonable term Clennont rapidly ,ROUSES WANTED We have
: U you art looking for a truly Or.ne Dial .18. I gas stove ..t :F orarea I borne plus handle balance: term owner. 431 popular tourist cen proa.
fri.lr. propert Have 86.OOO In thi lot. If growing tewn. ..
I I I MOUNT DORA 2 lovely new cement for hove and apartments,
nice borne for 12.OOO eee this today! "I.. .r.t t I olanoS'ETTl I ..ti ..tr be.t 86.250.; some vettigste this. M. 6. pr ,eR- i' block containing 5 rooms sold within the next 30 dais will Revere St. ter. Will cooperate with Realtors. furnished er unfurnished. Any price
29 E. Church St.
tor.
8um-S Metcail Bid*. Fboae I I I 13 1t 8t I \ Pb.De and ,lo I take . Brokers protected. Ad- Bowman a Brown Company. Realtor ,range. Phone W. B. Nicholson. Real

5159ORWIN I truly a Oem \ 1414 29th ST.-2-bedroom. frame: j ;HOUSE ON BEACH Fully fur In desiga and .p..n.1 moe I dress Judson Bender. CIO Stn Lee.I 55. Country Property for Sale Phone 3371. Clrrmont. Lake C*.. Pla. i tor. a-1619. 14 S. Main.

MANOR-Here it I*! A bungalow .r. 1 O.p.0.1 I 1 950. R.dditt With Chrioman Real I _bed. 2 bedrooms. 2 ba'b. all working Interior. These homes '! North St. Petersburg. Fla. :|

furnished ready to more into Central oil I E".t. 35 N Orange: 6823. electric kitchen. For sale .nr excellent and present. DAYTONA BEACH 35 I t CITY LIMITS-3 miles: 17 acres enpavln COMMERCIAL BUILDING OB OrsoseAvenue

. a large bedrooms; central beat; I 1 I Solar water system. 3 bedrooms. 2 82500 CASH and assume mortgage I I 815.0. Box 71. Coronada Bah a very cU. Either I modern lots. -NSOIl--I: In *. 6 acres ia old arove pineapples -, showing good returns enln.ectm.nt. [: .
attic fan breexeway laundry I;i tiled baths. 8-car gsrsg Completelyfurnished "raU. .pp.r.De. : valenclas: grapefruit per*i I Some terms. Mike Flower. ;HOUSES WANTED-.W. have several
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; : larIat will buy a 6-room furnished bungalow. r. on* Is offered ,. ..tn.950 Half cash. Taker about 818 000 down; I
fo Cantles Cbsbob i
: tool house: bearing fruit treesbarbecue 1 I except 1 bll at only your groceries and i imove W. J. Kistler.ou Realtor. '.,-, below single lot value for builder intake !i ii Simmons: 2 story home. 5 room and 33 8. Main. Phone prospect for modern S sod 5

pit. 100 Itlot and only i I 11. See O B. Real la Bf.. SNAP THIS HOME UP-Brand new Fin i the whole group See or phone I bath down; 3 room semi-bath upper 5529. I room borne U your house a for
I I18tr.med I frame completely furnished for .rea _ _ _ _ _ _
I15.0OO. C. a. Emerlck Realtor. CIO . E. Fred BHoughtoa.. 403 LeD_ Avepur. fireplace: kitchen; sal equipped; GUEST HOAlz-a-.tI i* the besb ;i 'sale call Allen Johnson. Realtor. 140t
, I.. Ormai' dial 7348. ; 3-bedroom frame quick . 823OO. c.ban 841.6O ', MT.DORA-Nev masoory house. 5 Daytona "..ch.I | range refrigerator hot water heatnic.bearrwngrdfordupls.2- N Oranse 6612 --Specialism: am
j I SOUTHEAST SEON-Her Is a l:1 per month. 31". rm large T TI condition is the besb even new
O.ae pi. .tit. Homes
ORMOND BEACH-Beautiful OceanFront :1 1'- buy br. large '10.0 wit terms. I I leaving city. Call Otto Rasmusen with high swept o.rlookl..k. .fl I DELANEY HIGHLANDS-One lot i car ..r... room above ideal home blanket are Included ia complete i I ;

rambling borne eigbt rooms I kitchen central !. Close | Cavenaugh. Realtors. Orrtrude. Excellent : 50x139. Inquire at 2603 South De- place for trucking poultry groveand furnishings. Income 8365 monthly be- I LIST Tour property with Oeorg R.I .
three and o_alf baths. Beaau-1 1: to and schools17.20O.. terms Orlando's mo unusual 6-room bungalow i .3..F'HTr f unusually fine construction. Huge Ietoeets larry St.DU85DRJr.Af. Income. 812 000. term Sam side owner's rooms. Sal price. 826-- I Kittredse. ap.... 17 E. Central

, tully and artistically fumisbed by aa I i I -:to Spiegel." Whitney Spiegeli 1 .ttb .onbl downpayment : tile floors; screened porch.Heatolator ; CUONTRk CLUB see- i Johnson Co.. SOB S. Main. 500 with terms. George Painter with !! Ave. 23176.Next ta the Florida

interior decorator. For further informatioa i i I Relt Co.. Realtors. 706 Uetcalf and a garage to bedroom bam I fireplace; attached ur.. loDI.large lot tow ** "9:. try I Aaher ht r. Realtor. 7O K. ,. \! BskLISTINGS 1

contact Owner's Agent.Madlyn I, hid!.. 2321.ISUUAN3 make the mortsasa p..mnt Lr. ; dn.n. room; Priced rlshb Don D. Brown. term Pay monthly. Have lot paid f CRYSTAL RIVER-40 acre beautiful Irak 2.C88.OtluT !
M. Aldrich. Realtor. Roiwell I klch. with Semi ..refn.er.t. i it Road opposite Sylvan ..Shores.MT. water front oa this fsmous nver.I WANTED Client wait
K. PelUle,. Associate. 7V* N. Atlantic Georgia von Schiller. Realtor. n88.I t Chef range gas E.tl for wbea building materials become I 1 Fresh and salt water fishing front BOMB-Downtown. 8 bed- 1 I Ins E. P. 51.._ Realtor 32 2.I .
bedroom DORA New j available Property ia thIs high class dock- N... 2 bath. Over 8400 Per
Phone 2725-il b..I..l hotwater heater all practically new. .lr- Uo-[ vout n. 6-room rottase. rooms Plr.e St.. phone 6651.
Plorida.ON at Daytooa 1Ic Jut city limits. NI 1 83 52 bedrooms f..mlb Buj j} ; porche Several large termite-proof block bouse | lection M bound to lacress rapidly Near new pcved hla..... Ripe month Income. Completely sodDinehull I I

.. trees; lot 6S'xl90': paved and mile 1{ I: trees. Just out city .n aerea in ._it 8 room bet 1 tn .. Buy tad ayahead.S this I for nbdlviau or tourist and trailer furnished. For further LISTINGS WANTED* bav* the

LAKE SUNSET-New bungalow I street: city bus service: completely beyond city limits on Winter Garden b.: Priced at screened and sun porch .. We have com beautiful I: camp. Among stately magnolias, oak details cad Guernsey Green Inc. I I buyer If leu Bare the property.

furnished: 2 bedrooms, tile construction furnished for '9._. 1.5 cash will fidturn left 2nd street past r.d I easy terms for quick 10.0 Wtb Call mellt Furnished or .af1Ie. Nice ; large lot right on the golf course. I I and cedar trees. PO Box int. 21 E Central: dial 4196. |I Gals A. T. Carter. 9S16: jamenoa 55Curteri

; ale lars porch overlookIng handle. See L. A. M.r tower. 3rd house on right. I II..ZOU | McNutt-Heasley. Realtors.alei5 W. some fruit e land. ,: Wster light gas and buavail- Orlando, or phone* 43O6 or 2-1SO1. I Main and Central
lake: large lake good swlmmlng. Williams Realtor. 21 W. Washington Will i able. Paved.
down and terms consider trailer Camgan di Poland COUNTRY
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fishing and boating sand bot- I." rnou 6106. suit _bl.D..: Washington St. Pbon 8106. I 01 CU ea la tr".. IOCS N. Orandview i Owners. t72 Ii Or... Csrngsa Country lakefront.PROPERTY 6 room frame: MAGNOLIA ATE316- I I I LISTINGS WANTED Barlow O.

tom spring-fed. lake; 250 fb fro.tlaIt. 2-story residence of 4 bedroom 3 i St. Phone 2.1. Bid i ; 2-4551 evening 22534. I completely furnished. 3 acres land. I '".. Slot year dvUA la real

age aa .. .not many lake properties _I bath, etc. Corner location. Automatic I BY OWNER-New 5-room f..re I| RANCH-64O acres. 80 fully devel- EAjT SIDE-Beautiful building lot. Immediate possession 811 650. Drive by and took It ever come la ertaw and mortxag loans. Ill ..
for > SUBAH-1edl.t
10500. term Sam oU f"m. 2-car garage with :I bo. masonry c. priced at 8375 and 8475. See R. A. It.well Oraage dial *15.I .
bedrom fuml and oped. 56O la pasture soon cypress I CONWAY SECTION=Just completed' Monday lets -talk It _r.
Johnson C*. 208 8. Mala. moen workshop and hobby room. Shade. i to shopping center 1 i
on *, der.ted. some I eoi.. I2OO pIns and bsy. excellent soiL S room Jones. Broker. 2121 conway Road. 2 bedroom: plastered bungalow: located. If* la pic-nd-paB I 1
mediate possession.
PARK LAKE SECTION-Beautifully fruit and shrubbery .de and 3 See CentrolAve.Geo. F. .Realty Co I E. : W. Central: ph. 5416. .Ii house with bath large 2 room tenantbows. Phone 0744GLS3.COS I electric kitchen; shower telephone.i condition it completely furnished I I' LOT-75x150: College Park. Colonial-
located -room horns with furnished .
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laying hens. This Is b.raa large hon b.r. barn and ON LAKS KIU.ARSEY i Five acres land. Immediate Income 8365 monthly. 16 nice bedrooms. l
posseslon. *-
gangs .apartment Offers loa wilt a good SPACIOUS :i| TlAILERITZS-W5 have a 2-roont corral for tractor. 1. and laraer cooperation town or eouthrast section. State
C&o tir .p.r DEIBL. H01R : e.U. Fod. acre Iota .U with Five mles out. Ph. owned 6833 3 baths. Broken cost and location
.than 2-3 replacement cost will beomitted. : e furnished eottsse for 81.550 OB Ford and other labs pn.le. prIer Box 57O 8-Star.
C..h 4 I .tn 1941 pick-up .de..Ik. cIty .tu Invited. Exclusive with Asher
.. Better check this ..IthDoa or County I large lot near schools terms. Ready to m" In. How- .dd. COUNTRY PROPERTY "Since
UR.8UBURANMo.r ; I equipment. 12 ette. horse. and light but no city taxes Priced I lls.For Realtor cor. Central and Mala: U8TING your property w*
Dudley. Realtor phone 2-4745. 6-reom house. lake: 3 bedrooms b ,:i ard. 306 N. Man: 7325. i eblkel 2 large water tnk. oa 3> as tow as 525. Get your now while I|; Groves and Country Homes citrus 2-6786. l| obcit coors todayC- B. Davl*.

PARK LAKE SECTION-Bee this before .Dumle.5 Owner's sale. I cash well agree t Ph. TWO HOUSES (1> S-room and <1> j 1 fo \O.er small 1.1. I the selection] is good and prices are I P I". Re.IOr.H.Lake *Front probably, ask..Asher.." i I Reajter. 104 E. Jefferxoa I'. 2- '

. you buy. 3 bedrooms large 191. 5865. '' 3-room. on lane cnn lot. Lake- . Other for low. Rex-McGiIL Realtors. 128 N. ; corner Central and Main. .

. Urine room dInIng room kitchen I SANFORD HOMES FOR VETEP.ANS.-W. will view and Mayer t* f (. .. Here a real ranch Orsnte Ave. Phone 4147.
bath screened porch .. ... Extra C. 2oom cf I I Rt-UI. MOTOR COURT-O. 8. No. 1. midI -;;, USTTNGS WANTED-.Suburbaa and
home; build en your lot or your may se- north of Michigan A". and west at a very 1. pre. 82.5 HOLDER HEIGHTS connecting j l
lane lot with plenty O fruit tree I 100x150. fb; azaleas. choice 1 bert a deu.bl home site from our Ferncreek. 85.5OO. 1 d.s.S.1 Kistler.l .r. P.. 50 a 135 e.ch Price 1600 lor : I way Jacksonville and Miami 25 City. Cash home busiaes. grow* wsoted. -
buyers
CURRY FORD' modern
. frut ; ROADI : rooms housed la 10 ready. Write 8am
and shade. tll.OOO. be hasty. guest .
ab. .ld fully f..m i : n.o complete B..murdller.G __ : rooms .. both. Bee 1006 24tb St.; or phone 6 frame cottage < Hutchln 2O6 8. ".11I. Orlando.
ee* ._." Realtor. Rm 6. Central kitchen I 1 nine.A"d Home 'TAVARE b.t. 5019. CBS buildings and j jActomauc
.I.cr. : I.'. AND CIVILIAn--We can build room ,
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,Arcade: 4237 27651writ lot with a loan. I .5. Eight acres with new fire room-twa central beatin plant. Located
phone USTTNOa
o fln.llc Co. 672 K. Or. you a home of your ebc on your b.tl. '.0. 4 rom.. bthom, L"tDUSTRIAL LOT with In ft. Rail- bedroom home all eo".".... oa a-acr* tract with 310 ft. WANTED-Rome*, grave**
PINS CASTLE-5-room. llama house PO. B 1576 8.I'ord. Phone 7234. ". lot or one of ours .SOO up. . Kistler. Re.lt. i road fronts* northwest corner of' suitable for chicken ranch farmi tuxf.way and India River frantaa boniness property. Ricberd Kaisro


108' a 208'; dose te stores unhand SMITH ST. E.-He* home on corner conatrucVnierans \ HOUSE ; partly 'I short time only at reduced price. I' payment for responsible b ... Call clientele and enjoys a good Tear- 2 .

Orlando City Bus. etc. Immediate lot. 10,14 I Oak floors: kltb all Real Estate U. .8m.l fmlbe 1 Concert Wyan Smith: owner 4657a. I Reggie Moffat with around .. Owners health
near O. P. Swope.
IlL Price 62.7SO. some term beater; GLE H IT-Open Sunday. Agency: 2 B. Court; 2..8. 825OO. Term 44. Nor ...bu.,! LAKE FRONTS and Lake VievTsT I Realtor. 60 East Pine. Phone 5812. necessitates sale. 8S5 000. terma. C. j i SALES USTTNOS WANTED-aomee,
itr. Donasa with J- P. Mxttox. 145 Be.rl ..
blod 2-bedrooms screened P BARGAIN BY OWNERV.lae cannot burg. Several in ineritysodgoon. I B Dans. Realtor, lot E. Jcffcreoa. a- I grovea. farm and tot*. You may
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JI. Main: 58O9.PRINCETON br." to over dined Unfurnlilted boo,.. Move in. 6 t I : I 1649 depend
3room Priced oa our experience
.r.e. from 88.0OO and Better ? __ i for
Orlno. up. | correct
b BEFORE YOU BUYpbo_ er
. finish .
11.SCO. '
AYE- S.-5-room bun frl rbt. & 15. t -oma. bathe: a.e .h: | j check with Pruned your brol er. I' MOTOR COURT-New. modern S Handling of setting details our mona -
wrIte S. Morse A CowpaoeRealtorn.
.10.. Ideal home for small family. N. Orange; dial Harry EAST COAST ROAD-Route IS. tract
Prrk 1. .1. extra kitchenette. Prbe. Stuccoon ; j I 21993tl..rch.. unit C. S. Hlgnway '. 1. Indian ** toaaa tocreaa* sue **lUa* PowerMcNistlHeasley.
Orlando. flew.4mom house off Orlando Ave.I : Florida. Lake I with aU
Can be bought fully furnished for .j masonry. furnace. I E.tl | : lad conveniences: I
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: River. Realtor
; Whiter County opportunities LAKEVIEW a. rvery desirable. !I 2 mile south af TltusvJl u W
.79OO and you can move right In. t Park. Only 14500. terms. Large shaded corner lot. 75xl5O fb tI from store home not Private. R. H. B'aydes. Washington 01.ilACltzS .
I rare the key. James J. Haeketb CMATIL1SECTION-Home front- : Less than 2 blob fr school shopping offer you- Telephone Eustis. 138. i Phone 1'.1 *r see at take Holdea> i iI finished Inside but livable and can !

Realtor. 1317 811sh Blvd.. "OppositeACLRR ins vs beautiful lake: 6 rooms. 3 Duplex two 4-room apartments: bathrooms . lines- At prea- I I I Gardens. 3.18 mil* east of S. Orange I I completed Inside at small .utl... NORTH---oRAPiOS-B lot for

De_." dial '!.. bedroom bouse: with additional bath ; aear Winter Park stores. eDt I-r cater kitchenette-bath apartment 5 Grove for Sale I I Blossom TrI I!1M price. 828OO for quick sale. >.. Reddltt with Chnsmaa Real Waotedior poultry

PINK CA8TLK* room and bath; binroom., maid I m do..bl .a, 84850.I 1 rented fO season at ._.
masonry construction; private sale rage and breeseway; now I t pro Ill 5 B today Call 7383. AVALON GRVS acres 10 e.r I plot. Suitable for one or several l FARM AND SECURITY HOMES-We I ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL.-Cl*** In, I State. price sad term Water aua.
cess house: garage; old. 56 229 homes south excellent site for cabins stores. PI! rte Box 2 8-Star
fruit shore of Lake Boden.Phone
only. Immediate _lolL Some .ctrt Ue now 2f..red BUY if you get it this week. V.len. ofier and recommend without reservatlon -
term can be arranged. Call W. If.Morgan. P.ouel bttr tn 2.0 b".I 11 2 It dep 01 $6500. BET possescioa. 3 bedroomsall trees. Owner must sell. Make ofe. 6781 or see at Lake HoldenGardens. i any of the following: and trailer new bom and Income }I wr WANT TO SELL your bouse, tot.

3-2K74. .r.pfrt ".pr.I hardwood fO very attractive. This e'. crop included. 3'lOth of a eeaot.r 8. One mile from city limits and borderine buildings now en tract. If yen are crave ar business clients

PARK LAKE BECTION-.Corner location yearly: work t 2-bedro. .- nicely furnI Call CI.b... details. Price . payable 1-3-3 .e.r S .f Orange Blossom Trail *a Holdea A... Inns lake a d-ecre blabs Interested and will Investigate you waiting ta are them. Give ** your

tram duplex with one -- completed la 3O day at which timePOn.riuioo lhe. home: garage: 48-hour occu- 10.5. e. terms. Oood I.tloo tract 24D Avalon .. FrankCrebs. LANCA PER PARK Overlooking| developed truck farm and horn now wm agree wIth me thi* I* a bargain I i> best price . and location . Bowl

room furnish apartment ready for will b. Present frt pn. Bargain for 8.5. .I. Realtor. Metcaif 507 Mel.1 B.ldl"; phone I Lake Lancaster la most beautiful In cultivation has the best type of I and real Invesuneab Exclusive by i Howard JOe N Main:: 7325.
crop not l 2-471O. appointment t. show dial -, 3.I .
Immediate occupancy, Bervel refrlglon. II..ded. pri BETWEEN 2 LAKES of murk soil: good 4-. and bath. !1 "for
term. Not Investment 2-famlly house each apartment has I -Vacant S room part Park. Restricted area among A L Ohio. Real Estate. CUSTOMERS WAITINO beet reI
... Price '13._ with I la good living that will pay for- 4 rooms sad furnished: bungalow plus large screened leep-. CONWAY SECTION-1O acres .1' beautIful 82JOO. Pbon owner also a two-room tenant cottage and ;! :.I and Income ._. List years

good terms U desired. Bee Oeo. T. ftf .bo.o b appointment. Bos'I downstairs ready .. upstairs Inc porch. Co..pletl fumlle Including Pineapple arcnges 6 .ea .14, at 2-O647. ether storage and utility buIldIngs ORANGE 880"-TRAIL SOUTH today Lockwood Asseelattoa. 6O W'Roblnsoa.

Bras Realty Co. 19 E. Central. 9ZUmatlla; pan 850 .fo Only 87000. terms. I . .I bait Y.t.nd.10 yeara 14. on & LAKH KILLARNEY Pear bus line. Priced to sell quick at i 100 ft. fro"I.'.. House 16UI.I Price phone 2-1574.
I mOltb ready set. 8ECTlON-Tw. 11.500 on "uon.blr t.rm. S1.4JO. W. K. Price Real
washing root. 3 additional acres te I Estate. 246
PAR 114. e room modern : 1832 Fairbanks trI rrrler.t. i lot*. 50x135 each. For 8900 Herman lD 00_ farm Sertlo3 31 t W.-HAV&BUYi'Ra wanting (rorra.Business .
WT PU house, with Substantial country home with acres S. Oraage. Phone '315.i I
New houses, 2-bedroom and one3bedroom 1 I garage bt
bungalow garage.74 foot lot cit tram boone; one garden tools. Beau completely furnished Including Goodwin. Inc. Broker. 677 M. sub-irrigated and equipped with I properties and ham... For
rus. 11.000.. Terms. Greens partly furnished ; good l.to. Tour r.d'an Orange: dial 18>i. large pumping system and has i Immediate sate list with P. A Alto
Pi 1 on paved atreeb electric hot wa- a
ROBEMERC SECTION You rent : b..ln. I choice only 868OO. I b.rll elt. shrubbery bird rna. deep rfrl.r.t..Ietrle pump. LAKEFRONT LOT50 ft. deep so good 5-room collate la first class 1 son. Realtor. 37 W. Washington.
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will buy home and cllmitta .eu Rock .ke. H. f..r condition rest of land cleared ORANGS BLOSSOM TRAILFrootsee WANTED
your own WI two. Llv- Olden Has !L- Orlando Ave atOran.o. bror. O.n.trans Immediate 194O .rtetleo of and -Property 10. W* could
PA-Ho fo
wvcip _._ of rent kltebea. [l Winter Park. Open Sunjaar. fer win .n 88 easy at OO. Half cash. Mr.bra.l. pails trees MuooU. la.a. .. ready for coStly.ho. Immediate pocsesaloa I hare the buyer oa **r lieU Forleat
I- I 0. 8tne. for aal lease limited i ii
control by 1..t I six roomresidence. water -r.... refrig 'er Move I onc. irs from 8U.0. Bailer. Realtor. paper shell ... orate es and price end term make H an or ' Service TU Arch Drake
; fo college Ke e.tr.. floor j I W. L Hell Harold Shepherd wtt Phone 4767. ; grapefrulb Inquire at 301 N. Tampa outstanding Buy. 812.OOO. Bee aa for i I amaaat of bualncta fronta*: aowt |I se T. S. B_.. RaHe. Rm. 6
O .q o.tr. v- of ._ .. 101_' pbar-1
Q.el. term and
.onr. Annu. Central
and invite come by after 1ftm. Realty Co.. 20 W. 6k Arcade. 4237.
a. to see newly painted pre-war I Ifr.m. ter n uan. Ic. O.n.B& 10 > Pion. 5124 W..b.lt COMMERCIAL GROVE-IS &rnP..pl LANCASTER DRJVK-15 X135' fine Only ill miles front city 120 arm macy. Restricted. Phone 602O for *apotatmenl I

[ constructed h.. with two I j 1 BY OWNEor quick dl.o in- A BARGAIN-3-bedroom and V.1 15 .ea high wooded lot with beautiful lap.Slew. cleared and ready for cultivation 1 or can ar field office ea HAVE YOU-A business fr salef a
4 RA located
large bedroom and porch. WI PA-.I partly fur- le.r fram od .el lt a d.ie on beautiful lake and equip property. 350 S. Orange Blossom
c IcJ.tn completely 83.000. Owner phone 8457. I euect home er apartment house
Prop
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If sold ped with
I, f..rl twe I Max
be posses1glon. I lake. achool.npaclouu c.u. awe cottages ready for Trail. J. Bcotb
Many oak floor tile bathroom It A.nu. tric
Imedtte kitchen Furnished aafaralahvd
; corner I or bemst UatIt
street LANCASTER
ct I I well-built seven-room frame of 2.000 boxes lc..de DR.-100 ft. on lake occupancy a large twe-etory barn I j
drains. Many 113.0. .nr 2-39:1 shrubs and fruit: immediate today. W* are baring many calls.
kt" wc 1 posses Price reduced from 823.00O high ground: trees restricted resldenti and many poultry building
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dow with b garage WINTE PARK-Orlando e.. ...la pre endt.4 modem both- sion. ".0. Open for Inspection BOO: ter. Mr. Tigner. grove specialist .- .l section. Call ewner. 2-8361. the entire acreage or will lub-dlvld Will sell Joe O. M,.. Realtor. 21 W. Was*-

with storage space, located completely fue. Nice .r. .prtmnt Sunday 3 to 4. 2121 K. J. P. 145 H. I* suit the purchaser. ROOMING HOUSE-2 blocks fro** ins ton. Dial 8881 ar 6438.

to .line* and appl district corner l J, furnished. 1'1.0. Ba Itr. Parrish Real Rotate30 Celltra. Main: .lt M.tl& too tow to publish. Th price Is i Orange Are.. en*? Church SI. Furnlshed. -
The
at 32 East Smith. Betty Zvans. Brokrr. 3.11 i LOW COST BOUSING-New cabin 21M6.A I UO.ORVE8 00 terms are : S bedrooms and sleepinsporch.
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Orlando Ave..Winer P.rlt. FOR SALE and trade. Sev LOTS: LOTS- "011" most anyone can B*. i
ROBINSON A Block X. lb. 118. on terse tots: main TRACTIVE a-atorr die IL i Plus 3.p.rtment forI
1&2 11.b 6-room FOR IMMEDIATE MMtlaa and p.
lake fronts Included.
Bit on V 10 porch and WINTER PARK This beautifullybuilt .. Orlando. Pric 8995: ea Ipaetobs rooms. aU built-in 'bra.lD with Min St. Business Cer. Only three mile out lID the Winter I i I owner. Cleaa and fully rented Or** .1te-UeI your property wits ..

etch the world .. $.." Clean asa masonry bungalow on an exceptionally term Larger unit can be supplied. veniences for pleasant I. .. :broker Pb.ebek 2-1993; 6 Fene. 0 Lake Dot facing 83.750. Near Oardea road 6 acre with 330' < Income aver tJOOO_.per year er 2.'io tie Williams. Realtor 21 W. Was*,
Cb..rc two streets. lOOx on pile *f '12. Panes with Her-
new pin. and nicely Scrubbedtram. handsome site I Owner 8h.a San Juan Hotel. bouun t cell constructed la 190 82.60O. rood fronta'. in bus ho. .U cleared lastooi dial 8106
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one at winter Park' 1. LAKE borne; 10 College Park business 554 f i maa Goodwin. Inc., Registered Reali
bungalow oa corner lot. Twsbedreontn : I 4141. COlldto.Open for 2 to 4 PN.d section 2 suitable 'or pubdbvixl It.
lt comer each 85JOO.W Estat Broker. 677 K. dial
and .IaI sleeving area I w* believe. DRASTICALLY for quick .. . 1115 Aer. Pr acres .ro. ..a really a buy .t 13.000. Tnrms Is .." I 9856. Oranse !1 iL PROMINENT DOCTOR who wffli
REUC
we for E.t.te. condition. 6 room borne tile I
.reIiARr.
Service
porch. stationary prr .a sale: brick: 3 31 P" 2-1. . B.n Pro.Asnncy.. 1 620.00O. cash
& for
Re.lton. j pay bom la seed
ity. With 1 f..rlb r detail and la excellentcondition 112
Orange RAILROAD
every B1 FRONTAGE 300 fb. SSO >
be sorryif don't "omaTTl nail. -
Poe NEW 'r a
t. .Yo'l t aPI fu 3 BEDROOM a til .bathZ N. Orange A.. TeL arms 330' location. Plea nil
before you buy. larg* and most attrac It CI. l.. Ol"d. breakfast : completely luralsbed. on 1811. hlibwav front... .nlm..d but | ft. .. hard road. opposite large I ** H. P. ..
nook
C P\1.0.P. terms. Prank tive livingS r dining room sun N. Mills: Wbte Br. 84 laundry. breesewsy end paved road. For detail Informationoa 101.1 suitable i shipping plant central location; sac- Realtor. 673 N. Orange Av*. Camgan -

BlosJ phone terrace. up te .t kitchen 2-16. P. furnace sad kitchen this outstanding property se*. l5eretalst. T.naa.'prSS I nf ice. S13.iOO. terms. "Ooldea Has Building: pb* j* a-4S81.

e. 11 bath. w. offer thl at 11. with BUNGALOW bedrooms hardwood I O.reDek .own Louis 8. Dolls*. 27 W. .Washington >TS Several sood lota.on IStb. jri 1T It.- Orlando Ave at Orange. Winter DON'T LIST yar property with me
2-11\ extremely 1 floors near school and bus. la- en.bnJ. 1.1. appoint 6412 St. For 840O each. Ocoee farm Park Sunday. I
Sally 10 Open
McKlssack. Bales
ROSEMERB -2 bedrooms tr. det.11 Il. acres BOW ta cuttl- : y* i waat ta aellf MeWS
quire by calling 70 O M 3. '
or
nOl call 0 : Broken 18194 N. Or.ngAvej notion
lane room.- 2 B.n.-Mo. 3-Z8 10 I Sloan 13th. 132 8. I a ACRES-Bearing grove: mixed orange high class soil fronting Burca. Broker. 13 S Maia- 1-1_
lY dlD. Plnt SOMETHING 83.620 14.1a phone 6977 Phone $933LOTSTwo. Paved root and -
NKto or 2-2070. and grapefruit; o Orlandobusline among be..W..1 .. f 'SMALL ACREAGE wanted wi.Ik.,
Iren d .. n WINTER PARK Beautiful estate for new 1. frame Caorll mall business In fast growing I .nn Your SrSr *' bargain U 3odetails - RAILROAD FRONTAGE-Loomed rua-dewa bsaii. Bear ad*
.p J
610.5OO. tr.Bee Wtmblsh. 2-tory Mediterranean type borne and cement block 1..Do quit always store. PO.toUlteland ; Rughey Heights section. Must and Fer an mates s-cro tract la Orlando. 400 capable af Impiewmeat. .ct 5-

. with Mobl 124 ta the center of loo x ISO ft. lob complete inside. I finishyourself. all pl.t 81.500. Box 264. Orange 777 Brookheven Dr.. ...11181. oa the property listed ft. *a railroad. 40O ft. oa *trt.Thi I eiar
8. Mala. Pnoiw R K.' artistically landscaped with stately Save money. Large lt. BET VALUES I cmr- CI LAKE LOTS I above come and are or call Mr. I. exceptional Industrial alto only I _ _ _ _ _
on.
B.b
.n. eloa* near atoraa. lDterlalte.. or .. RAVE .
Palm. and Citrus truss; 4 Dodroums. kh1 ? A. lfotrhine CUSTOMER .nt. *
BOOTH BtDB-.3 unit apartment. Oafurnlsbed. .I bus. Co. Duplex Osceola FOR BALE or will .uckana. qulty other *a Lak Butler la WladrrmereygBed &at.te .reIt.. Real 810.00 Bee Louis OeeaUa. Realtor.
3t Street: 8 At lOCI let. B Dlviatoa Or busy waned
eun s. tn rooms and
a.
Nice lot. 65.500. % "tb" .el Oe i i for Orlaad property. 13 tow for quick cash I I .hon. Mala aL.r 141 ti. Mala .
sale
: 1.11.
I leaving ,, hi 0.1. 141 W.I"I.IK .1 one side attractively ".. obnataa Heary ... 6W.
cash. term C. C. Oarletta. (12 M. ,824.00O and will most of a-bedroom ex- ed: rooms and f.r.1 ana* grove oa 20 acr* : rtvll I Church Si 3-1993
. lo. Co.lte b.U
Mills phone 3-1747. the furniture. Frank 507 Uet *. lot.C Plymouth. Lake treat LAKE FRONT lota'-Ia Interlaken: I, AC J.- = LOT il-
C. b.tl. Lr. 110.0.Mo.r -Vp t* cask HutS er
eeP available. 850
STETSON bunga calf Bulldlag: phone 1. echo!*, and I electricity tn OnureaL City Conveniences r. beraJ term.. W. TOURIST COURT_ unit new. EnI -
AVS.ttl. 2-110. er A. McJ.. Rash TS feet Will consider 8O"ewrBer.
low. 1 room .-.New cement block. H. deep well. 82.65O cash. 3 bedroom bungalow 2 I i .... 81 with t 1.10 crop Mrlcted. Nydesser Inv. co. lOt E I CM_ H..II.... '. U5e I Jeyln good basin***. Hospltalissv.
.t s
0 WDn-P I Ole f. aorttewlv a* *
te responsible i new en f. or without Colonist Dr. dial 0063.LOT7loI5oiij.1 lIon of veteran amasltatee aal*.
and party la exclusive \t 1.
lakefronts.ctioa.
bet .al 1.fu .r S rooms t .batl. the Terms.ewner. I Jo'UK SUIIT18 C..tn ; I Good value at 510.500. C. B. Darta. ), torattoa and arailabl attBtna. Boa
$00 but I Kin*. 1401 W. Wi and cr' fo te. a
and I I Onr. Or. Fl swim *a your own Forrest Rills i .
pl porch** UDr n. : M. P. Lockmlller. CtermoabFlorida. .c Iota .1 fno'L abn. Broker. 104 E. .Iefl_ dial 3-1649 i 566 11-"*r
any *f<*r clean, 1 ahade I".ta.i property. 825.OOO. Sub.: Hamptoa Broker. 131 flower
.tl. Nona
n1
a this. .I d. BY OWNER I e .. Phone ad .had. ModeTB -! ?fPb1TUuvlll2*. |I WANTED-It yu kara a eamlattakl*
w b. It Da' can now with i i -Beadlx washer: electric 5013. ,,trains boosa foralsbed. ,
II L fo .4 S stove Sari ; TRAILER PARK laartat .... I Ii bam ya *ro wim. te evil fr
.I C only S4.OOO cash. Bee with ; /leetrie refrigerator. Newconcrete 8 Bo..r or ItlpUq LOTS-la Pin Cast!.. Four 3 bathe. BorclMS5 camp '
Central.: Harold Shepherd .te.a 3.Whartiniton I block 3-bedroms; til* . 13th. J2 5S Acreage lor Sat with larg lots covered 'I .IT! i | fronting 200 ft. aa Highway n- 2. ] ".000. sly a* a nag. T12L Tfkr
R.I Co 2 Ma mange trees and heinct5otirPIet setrIck.tciie.. all I "_ I BossIsm lacI
STETSON AVE. W.S-roora bath. Owner leaving the cr. D"S'ark. phone 6977 o 2-2070. I heavy with fruit. Pric. 81600. .. I1l18ne. runnIng back 6OO It. t* beautiful
1.5,4I
b..aa 8. P.114. : pia-
811.0OO acre east of berg fishing and swimming lake. Ideal I WflpAY..5500.iiIabl5
I .necl
low with breakfast nook: WINTER PARK-Near Rollins Cotlex 25. 1 I CAOs Wit 41J Robinson: phone 2-O818.I tb.-.h..u. lara. u.. _
.Ia highway. spot fir i
dmtopmeab aeIs
WestChester. .ftb 85500. CallI beaae: leas than eaeft
baln f..pla..
wood floors til. bath large kar .
: OR.ANOR .
.. Three two BLOSSOM .. la._ :
i Msnor. Over Winter Oardeahighway TRAI1ir ; I .
Good Oarage n bU VETERANS-We have sound 4Va acre en lot. dry ... washmne Uaviei Andrews. ... WuMrI toad aa shoes of a lake.Anywhere
a too msnhin..
elt. corner lob cndlU. 15.- EAST OP LANCASTER PARK to help pl at Park Rc.. '1.20. O froatag oa Orang ._ pump many un. ele.trJe I Fark. 519TOURIST i witnla 1* endue at Oilaadavwnia
street and Ufo tints roof. 'I a home boa Trail. 12O sIre featree I
000 with good 0.bt.lo oa 39th Call
H. Street. N* _. buyer
Price 85.800.caoh.. H P. Jl.nd .t.r.. with: plex 'url* rooms and b.11 O I. Lose. fr 1 5 t lltr. R.I\Or. reasonable otter refused. Pages TrslirHsvea.jOrange 2-1"f. .Ioa__ HeDr7. .... COTTAGE -HOTEL BITE I full ewaer t*

Realtor. 672 H. Or.n.Av.Cm Itnt Realty :I l.e IP rooms and .t '10.0. Excellent I ACREAGE-15 .er facing h.r Blossom TrlL i ii ww- St. |t Room for man building sad 12 wm boa 6OO. ...r.I .

gaa J..Udla 51. Washington St. Phone $ Co. 2. .; \newly plat 11. I 1 . sections of OI,4 Come read seer ""5. 10 I nw .UJIIOALOW-oa I i double cottage Pee* 3 etreete wIck
.. ; bav* Income. I II la and talk It over. ". d.. P. O. Box 1350 *. i I 0liWW wANOSV". j trinity: hop .u. m- 1 a ao-rt. alley la the rer. AU utlli- !.. Botlnr Opport."IUH

i"'HiP can-(Near buy*. this A couple tally WINTER PAR-I 0 hocus too I Bam .Johnson Co.. 2O6 14.11.tn I .Co. 672 N. Orange: 7234. A T I li7 **. lot. ."', **-000 Call I =-1: .e: lie available Jot off Orange Bto*.
exchangeor fro 8tlma.st.cotlo
Ilk .I.
ban*. ore on* wine and larger EAST OF LANCASTER PARK WE 6EUJNO a 6-room block HOHW ACEAGK' new Meteall BuCdln.ORANGE .-. I Realtor. 2-311.. torn Trail *a W CentraL Price lbS- I
I A& 139
for one '
hml.he I small a j.
for the ether modern bu..lo. bungalow furnished: tile I II nearly finished; abS rout t* Jacksonville between Umatllla I ORLO VISTA OOO. term, if _H. Clark P.
..,.14. t lrkly. for this fin lao on*. Phone Winter tl: 2 _r bet..Ut-I:i i.IU u.Ifram I I house en lot. and Eustis Writ Umatllla. I DROVE LOTS-On acre i furniuhe -Ne 3-reu eott.. B".. Basin*** OppartanJtlr. 13w AUTO PADS tHO*-1JO ingat
B rge .
value. Walters-Pndera. Prk ..tr .lck I lO"J. r.nbl.: on South Fla .2 lots- 3%. mile of city limit. Call "-, _---. store lot near )lit Court Bt. Hotel Oraue Lobby.I Club. 64 so* Oreeery. Una oat
an 1 ale ( term 1 PeanelL your broker. paatofTle. Oeod I Phone 2- 2J7 Eslabltebed 1527TOURlkf2RTCsrsor. tr 815 SOO Service Biauaa, 6606Reetaurant.
35. Orange; H. WASHINGTON ST. L- Hh. phone ewner. I 3-1993. 5 W. water; .leetr1ett. .. : *
2- Jo I LAKE '
Plo 'lallie.
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3 bedroom bungalow; on ann I 2Og 8. M.la.vNU. Maria'; 44'1. BON 8JC0N-. Church. toti4t. 11.11II5. C. B. Da.. Outoldq I1 About .... Many awn. 8e*

corner lot. Wt a S .r. I THIS IS IT-fluy It today move la I Pal.Re.bl. Winter o.l.r Park. OR WIN MANOR.Notti0.hj. Are. 104. _.!. ..".. dial ..Realter.. I -. tacladia a duplex. Far Mar wnb Ll Ossslla. Realtor.

UBURBAIf-trice -_ apartment me. Ask for you have tomorrow. A lovely modern 8-rooas Ce..e. Lob 117x120 priced at 11_. SUBURBAN quick isle Owner. 61 JOO. Una. 143 If. Mala 31444.AUTO .

landscaped grounds 11..l -109. Realtor. 2.0 e"l you eaa bay.I. bom. la on. of Orlando s finest residential ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL-Where I Phone 8249ORWTJt suburban IWUCEPROJrT Tweatyt I Pbon 3-7913.
_
fruit About 1 acre "a_ 3 E. Central 6137. ..01 loan available. sections. Hollow tile construction I.t people travel Florida-* w 1.r2 with ,slows 3 mIles i A PERFECT-LOCATION wItS aa Meall
Limited number 2Vk. I "racu.kdr I
Wint Yew e. *.tbl ex WINTER PARK 2 bedroom .n 13- construction hard with stores exterior. First floor :tract. 62O6 ta 835O MANOR W* believe W bav block IMB** with 400-fooT fVw ::E l *e ft units. Has avr beea verseS PARTS BtTBtNEBB -' At'.
tile bath tile has cabinet kitchen with Inlaid lino wnektae yer*) dt s plead!* bam
buy with tiled kitchen p I the lowest a lake. .
el. 'o n.6 gam ..p.1 "th Jim M. priced well touted tot Purauhed. toctudla U I stars they wen built la /' Very
Louis Realtor. 143SOUTHL&5TA.suwerin1 dr.tbrd. _1'casement leum dining nook and pantry; t.ra C.I.e 4r te .. * pea with rxtra .5.4 fmfftr ft new
dek. .1 el Do.natl I Wlldo.. dt Peter lID Oruna Maaor. It gas be purchased \.., .are.. lode, fully f.ra_ and qutpe4
.i
.. sills, a Ins room; cheery Resltor. ad Perfect sad
MaUU screened .Cent .. sad part spee
room .1. I .
a.1M 'Irpl now for only MOO. McNutt-Hrasiey. .11.500. A right dawa t* knit and f_ Miat.
largo floor far for beat. One-ear room: spacious . with M.I; a-11. j qatpma for foB or part repair
bath kt .a Realtor. 18 W. Washlagtoa Sb Paaae I.PO* for tile camellia or itowr7iH I! mum tacems natal avr towvr *5*. 1
rage laundry facilities. built-in and English wars plenty af Mares .. .aarktn:
service .IU Will be 8106. "" MCan .
p" .D.II. ph. type To4 IORT a 8 Peter Bison wits, 1 83O6 per Aa acre grwaad wen
ready
lovely occupancy about February fipla room. Second at i Man Tat to pen caaar ta make
for .me l .nf.rlled. .a 12 rll 8t Hwtrri-M0OT8a 109 K. Pttx. 11 toaderap Pleat ft roes Son mom ,
lit. Call floor .. Dial
Mr. large bedrooms Its gull "
dm.I be seen to Bridges with Jo* O. with complete weeded; miner owe wtta at ens
I-IIJ ..
retired ar working Joknstoa Henry Broker. 6 W. Myers. Realtor. 2* W. tile bath and shower. excellent mo. 1. 61SO per acre. | BRADY LAS and I.atla..t. NW. ;. Salts *r _toe.. 6 JO JO. ti I fir* aly .._ **m* terma.

and clean attractively furnished bungalow Street. St. Dial 888L W.st j mirrored 1. and cedar.1 c"r lal Gilbert Park. I.I corner ISO feet aa Eastla. 112 I' ROOM PRAMS bungal.. bata.1: Can Mart wIth VeteranReal I Estate lee Wm t. Mall with Heroltf hop

; gas beat: 660OO. Unfurnished.6500O 3betb. I' .pC. oak floors steam O.Mr.llra. |fee .. Shady Lane Priced for I seronnod p.rrise,. bicsey duty _| i Aearyj39' av Curt2-44g- | bard looks C* 36) vVMhlrgtuaBt

; H oath HI._ Realtor. 7634. V INTER* PARK-4_ bedrooms.border- prices la every room.Masle Chef .U.m.. P. (quick sale. 81.600. Frank '. 8O7 r i IS.. .".. ..IeI. boon 4 poultry i eeacreta Phone 1114.I .

SUBURBAN_Just what you .took. *r
bus for. a _new modern Ills I year eld A beautiful t. ..fr.d good boys. Johnston betr Included. Screen sod metal iswn. and . D. ,; WINTER PARK lake fvmta*.. Lara- .rov* aa pared rod. *vrlw>kiav)i COU..DROMs.a., aa the !I I alt fueaisMd aver ".
.rn Lak
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tewa. athwart Hotel I ottvla
yssm .1.. a sates fla I m 25._. C..a.h Rt .o. Broker. 2-113 6 W. Chunk rear. b. Large treat nod e. .u. p j 1 lot of Lake Mait- ''fee816.000.. M at Ovtfca. A IteOnTu*> ; aM.:. aaaaal Inismi wOn I aakt far .w_
limit highway bumtubephone. St 414. I lead 0.d. t. MOB 12th. *" .
city rg Prern. T..r .a I lake f r* t*** i come teed bar tnm ewaer. ae*)
t of blab tax**, eaeit I M. atoms ONE OF THE BEAT pr-. bouse I I mont .la tim .bathroom .pa I t ACRES-Oa lake cle** ta N j I by TOO n. deep. Friend for Immediate ,M.la poon!.977. er a-aoTO Owaer. Box 44L TKaevlll Ptwa Laeerae Terr***.

pooP want 'Aw*, new Y'IN PAl-.I .. 82.750. Hampton Broker. 531 oat*. 616800 cash or will etU other i 1"
1 k ; olectnic l w have this bunga- to completely MUeer
tO* vattasa. an .c lead aa ..1 "aul. new r. kkb Bath Ins has .t..roo. all the ..the amdera. fll'. b; o.n. phone 5013. half for 882SO. AIM alee lake tot with *. ii4' rROKT-17-63. ... bwua PUPIWI2I 1. NESDiOr..

Pa.. tHy bus. O. A. Dearlns. 1 "fr..rt na.water: [ modern \. .. .ra. .._ that amu offer. i 10-ACRE9 lake fronts.. bedroom dock *a Lake Cowls for 665O6 rub E01 0. < Ilhlag lake. 16, Priced ... Aers Pf Bar. aad IC.O.. Pndr1c "Ba.lesdometora.

PI.n 3501$. Route 2. Or la ado. I .. a.. .c.L porch. 33 and .t. .1. large and I room'd"t attached.Laundry Nicely I hm. ISO M.citrus trees. Pin ar term The Winter park Land (. feet Sf ... Garage and oat Orlll. miles 8 fl B.ar_ .- 115 5. Ovs54s.5AL51AVRAST.IIaS1 .
rl
'j I I. ,. enautl t. for subdtvtstea It Phone 655. Whiter Park. ... NIC* Ia... B. a y.... -
ST. CLOUD Nice twe start r *tdeace i tars citrus trees : additional it In. with shrubbery and j .rc Pr _
..tookln beautiful lake. teeewt Sew this located proper and cheaper t* teas Ioe"e. .pear t. Tw* blocks tram! I I *od f lakefront lets a ADJOINING Lot la Select avigbX Owner. Leac.- P1*- ". a. BO.' OOTaTAVDtNa Moary maker fay iii

Teems .0 bath all moojera **avnlacee I ty. 87.700. J. Lladoa. iprrr: *. all t RanaMaon.PraetlcaO ocbsul ba 1. A home "'D J 1 mile from evater ft _.. h.I i| bee bod: 860O per tot Insured uui 234 i I. vr 16 yaar*- Iaclw*>* wtty *qat*>-
.d. garage dog kennel | E. Roblneon I I 1-2J' 10 E Pins be proud b.c I a better thaI I j j.i etoetnclty: .... I I pba 646J : 300 rr. OM tAKa COW.A! .. peg rvauaraab bar sitS bear and s.d peoks.e ass romsssben. (tao

aad 10 aero .lead. I I I WINTER PARK-Sparkling aew 4-f 10' rental _.r sa .meney. I Ann.bl Ao 1 *r J ;' 20 LOTS M 44th Pt block Off 8. tituS 'W Fcbru4 t. unit. I wta erarwry more sad marI ft ta* bal .5015 SB Ori Biti Owaar
120 eelS 1, **mrr aweiaee innnste demoad at*
4 acre* citrus 'I 4 & nek' dream bungaltv I. a young l P. 000. !o..__ th only f.' Oraac Btosaam TraiL Telepbaa Wlengb il. $e.le IetltS. .JI I > ket. :bUBard roam sad vary ft This
wreacae Sot lawa Ia ptripeartaarly.
.. .. .P".2.I|I arcs grave *a a small 1- II0An / .pt I I .t 5 I t. ar. .1. *812-5OO*U 41 ; -: I| bloat.: .o..M.' 1.511514 lead 55.111.0. Ala fraam I Par further ax*:l av*
.. T.I. :
i iCreak. 1:7.I a .
lake Price $ w at Ceatral
P.l T :_&t i . H. 677 r i i '1'LOTo. Park Lake 1 block CODJIIT1tT .. pertmeat Oa aa* Mr Little will ttort4 Bhv>. tItratty
Katat Broker 1 I IMMEDlAYR fD. j
..G.. Bre.
neat. .show I Wand.I| new. frene. 4-reaai bun- POe5RS8io. er I belie Pars Crock. Make . I P'ItOPntTTaicra Florida( best .r_. beams Ceo 36 E. WaaBiagtea a ag8IX
PM St. Pa. 00Usd. : lisa ]: ; I
evi I Realwra. 1 I. O..a I ..I.. furnished sad ready t* I f t 5 moat modern Mists I I o.n.r I ;:I- reman Will mend rigid Iwveetiea.ttoL -
iCB"R-H. Furnished. 1 **. ,' On *f those rar. bar- "1. Ul nonetrantlon A-1 e tO ACRES ft toad. T.. sew email lot.F 'I -.ow 812.000. llSaoa caek wm kael*. Cal

Irving dining. ... WISE BT.-Just off Canwayeom : $ at 85.SOO- 1- cash balance I 1 I I. . r_ 3, .u ka Inuin. aet nmiimd- 8 _.teemcerIse n *a B Ear,. ..... bats C.II LeIe .. a72. ... m M _..n 3d. Exciaarv* Aeeat '
._'". Call Btunpeoa-Statoa. Saras fl electricity Lake Laura****. Adtota* 813 B lwE-Ojz*. $5.-
situated IsIs with 1 I .
m 7183.
..".., ernrua.. avocado to, I 1 bait bnuaa. 2 tot balaac* 38 .bibs U I'I MetcsJ Bidg.. BBoa* 5198. | Situated aa =WauUfuily la** a* _mb... .. .a Kaley 832SO. M. 3 Mae IItn. 1338e SMALL INVESTOR Bread . l Or 1.505150 --.., Ie n-adO
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.- 8OO h' -- tot free ta 6O8. M.la. rs.en tram b wes. xnflalaam. 8v I I
Dims: Bpaalea styl I I naMeauaL 82 fe una>* > pBeae 69TI ar -'. _: 0055 tb-hot 5
I Ii l i sai. at real aaly aa P.. lt sale. Terms. S Berman TWO T.-oo. feiitlilar aer.s heavy I***. meets elearvd and flied 104M .t .80 en "
tree bos line. Reasonably for _
i I VALE AYLW.U doeigsed.I but I .... Broker. 677 Oraag l J miles rlto blenDs Orlaawa nrn.-nawT-a-6* art 55on.. 5iates. teOonI
,u..1 ** .1 Bouui .. *. I j j I i carefully built bungetow. Living { IwYRR8-u .. tIred noodle.ad. : mlt.a b* year .cwme.N. Man a* P*>*i(. 66SS *r 0540 J. I|, beautiful Circle. lake wet view end Lake KlUaraey. '' Tbia will isp euiekly..M row wtuv with s44.4 .nc 111005 tonsil ,I' $4150. JIuIIew 0. rr116 ..
pbaa ether backs
I I I 'burry
Put i SI Prow
$ .I. t 61
ago. _
1.1.1 Drain Kltcaea. 3 BV porn. 11 alleSets
l" M.1 ream. Qa eak. .68smeenesl and P501K
40 ACRES..Piaeeo : ta n sad face 1 Gessoel 41.4 IllS.I .
la- ran warm cttrus hammu ea euty 511k... .*
.1 by r tile bata and i bvsame a t. - *v Told wo* I. toraled bw> ,',
same p. rear
tan at
f : toad Prtr 6S6OO. T. 3.r5.1.5' Cemaawd depth 356 fe4. .. yea ice ga
!! wtdtk IIi *
beab Attached **. la.k bean aeeds I F- iOOLDEN *- I**jr blaSt seo 6TLa> eatafaraaeuaa ,.
buiMwe Friend I
feeb seen
Ef aHr. Severaj
laundry. Ottered completely.j I ibaagb. Realtor. Metcaif .Prwu* HAS-J- ._ : 438 NMala, eraae Sad graprfrwni U B lUO5fWij7jjst al offIce aJ Meat 8.
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I furj' Oriaad 0 8-4717. i ij i tree* aka. wadrfal **tL Light I *va Or- ,Ii ssewos OvpOetlvsrrIpi
SMITR ST., 1 algbdPhoa* far appetmaieat ; MI3 same nag atae IX better a Dr. near Isado ae4 .I i :
.W. .14 i te buy Lake 3-ed,,. I *tty water. ttopba vaiiaw*. C.aa- kIIf_ 2' _. 2 I May witk albert It Tyr*. _. 3-155 *05.0 5.
to av* u n _- I. now___ _ _ i ty Use*. Only iwa left af 13. Small reson.x n$5gey. wabee JJ 30. WaubOnioL, 6174.turnwaii .
1-OO6 CeairaJ. p. I 6Hva.
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Sec *.. H. O. A. TOP* Cafuratehed. Very tare ITI" : ""'" 3-- I for beta. a C. Broaner. T54 3 ,euhe Issue i I
o s 99 vViixlaP :
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isa ..
5. and
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.. 5-rs.gu r* aii 3 bteraems and elaisvd .t. ACA p5ae P*** P *a* 22.151KADTIPT7.RZ&IDR1OTIAI. ThIS 55. pqe.buitlg DO FfAiSigifurfsaw. _
0 Sleek tree. ... Sod I ': 1-i- '" I ttvta perch T fleer and wall Ba 0. Av*. Or ana*. .: poet bee and paeeeteat. $ i melt., .r - *7.50. t. a.nnt PLAIIT--I. 09505tRo ..4

Item, Dt afterweus l I| fwnuanad; IBCMB 6121 Per 811-Ma. sad arw.Claybaasa. ..r I j Ysweaesestnt'554OQS:4.Oeesloa. tfi tots tww !' Hum. A.bo _. .-- a>*- aenet am .
5 p.u sad I.-' Jaannaa and Carter. P -I,.u Heart. MeteatfKtf I I? tw 7MB MARERT fec e *m*. *e .. '_ ...I *o* 80x186.. .g>** Ttels*. can I testral sad .:-r- 65.55 ci 005.500. I PaNy esciomi S.. a.Oetisio ...
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:S I.scAb-haUL 1-bedroom. (.la Ft>*ae A. T. .n. 111 : Save theat fr 61234 up e* kgbssPlus3i i ; Boone.. 14 P. .i t r aa" B04J I Two MILE*-frees-rtty mans. 2 two is. = -- : !t! 50* at dMa*aai Qwaer's other ii'--(
t. >O.I LITTLE LAKE I amen55.Po C P Davie Bus
I" bo. ItsI I INTER Tale ilm- BiAirrtm. LAKE Homs.2bedroom. .H BAJcTOH-Hire Sued mad a smaJII _
f PARK baauufaV. 4-eso lme.o me ... cc r. S $55 ,
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;60. Business Opportunities 60. Badness Opportunities CO. Business Opportunities 84. Help Wanted-Female I Work Wanted-Female !!-'. Auto Parts-Accessories '5. Autos for Sale !1 75. Autos for Sale Ii 'unhag &rnlhirl-&tai
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\DIUTC-IK TAVERN-_ win and PART WANTED-Tesr's experi I A GOINO CC aAN-Tt I YOUNG LADY For hostest sad I'I!alE LADY-Reference*: taking LUOOAOB TRAILER Heavy duty CHEVROLET 11141 Spoelal De.. i GOOD RUNNING_ car. &.. 1 I I ORLANDO. FLORIDA

01._.. 240 ft. frontait Huhwsr I plant. 2.OOO chickSmonthly. sIll Iequipped I cashier in cocktail lounge. Excel-1'i old people or children: lane rack body tike new. 8150.R. 1 o-n.er .upe: d..n "e.. I Drop me a card and come eoe. or '

!17-92. 15 minute from Orlando. Writ .Wood. General with .r.n. picking machine lent salary to right party. Give lu' light work: Uv* In. very .110 H. BlsTdrs Motor Court 2 mile o.o..r ur. 1295. W.d..orth AMellon. phone Sklpworth ServIce Station. JANUARY 26. 1947 PAGE 15

Lars frame building with living I Delivery. Orlando. and In.t eol along withseversl Information in letter and how Box S9J 8StarWANTED I south of Titusvllle. 615 N. Orange: 1597. I Apopka. i. O. Oressenbacher. I!
uarters. pn approximately 2 .. I '. Also
r'-ror can be by phone. Box 480
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with 100 fruit trees. A sound Investment RTAU-F cant beat \ with la a .. -_- 1 g-8tsr. ..che i Position I SPORT TOPS.-On* dy service (50 CHEVROLET 1942 Fleetline Aero : 76. Trailem-Tmcks for
Sale
mnd rsre epportunttr for profit fo ra..d .. Owner .. I room bungalow with electric kitchen I j or Sea-keeper; call :1:' 35 up: tsilor msd seat covers: 825up sedan: 81295.Wadsworth .lIel_ ] 76. Trailers-Trucks for Sale <

'.t (21 006. Terms. See Arch U Drake . 1. a.t"..Tak. posIt and labmodel and aerved with city water. 2* heavy YOUNG LADY-For hostess and '! Winter Park.staNP for sedans: West Auto Trim Shop 615 N. Orsnse- 597. '
I . in Oraass County Duco Co, 641 AUTO CAR TRUCKS-XOW available WHITE 141 Army eoowt car. Four
24255.RADIO cocktail
with T. K. Hsstinss. Realtor. Km. P ; bearing oranse trees more then psyi e..b.e in lounge. |
b.1; PAJAMAS- CHEVROLET 13. 2-door sedan; for civilian us*. Also ample suply wheel ,.. Good awchaaical son
Central Arcade: 4237. i insursnce and lanes miles from ." ta right party. I I Lexington St 6012. I I
REPAIR SHOP and star '1 I downtown Orlando. 2H miles from information in letter and how fu' reasonable rates: I.d1 "- good rubber and radio. Good m- P1 of parts. Orlando Truck and dttion gaud tires. Ideal goat or

I II good tock. Living quarter furnished Winter Park located in hlsh typesuburban un reached by Box 48O ,, terns thread and l5. TIRES Used. 17x475: ISxSOO: 50OX ehanlcal condition. Quick sacrifice Welding Co. 1020 W. Church. 8U:: bunch truck. Price T5O.OO. Sos
'FURNITURE STORE Located Ia one Included in price. No competition area. Price tlO.OOO. terrnu..lameruon (I b .h". c I f 16: to 700X16: as low as 50e SIlvers ssle. Box 542 8-6tsr Box 1SS. Davenj I %-2060.I ,I George Branson. North Sal Street.Eustis. .
.f Central Florida best towns.Thls : I, &la. i I WOMAN energetic: nnencumbered Pontlae. 62 W. Colonial.TIRESHard ort. Pbs.icEVROLT.
I entire roast,. Contact owner. and Carter. 70 -Wit j BLUE HACKM7Y Rouse trailer. 18 Fl*. Night phone 210 Green.
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store Is well dedi.account : Box 157. Bushnell. Pla* or phone a. CentraL Ph000 T. (R..ltr. Ca jSPEC j WORK rO Women-Earn !.',' Motor Court.; Box 583 8-Star.like work in to get six**. 650x16. 131 4-door sedan: -I I ft.: sleeps 4 people SWapped for WK RAVE IN sTOcK-u-F..rl4.

arc in good snap* makingmoney. ,74-O2. Price S3 OOPRESTAURANT I t. 9516.PROGRESSIVK.. A | (23 and get your I 700x16. 750x16. 700x15. 6. .. and excellent tire end battery: clean I electricity and water 40 gaUon i built Millet Data, ..01.. plain
Owner is HI and will sell own dresses aa a bonus without cost I far 512 Lakeland at 2-2703 ,
II I II 10 p!, Acme Tire Co- phone 2-4115. : phon. pressure task: gasoline stove: 50 Ib. all refrigerated trailer Cluck
for[ inventory and accounts. Yea cannot I bulls-I I COMPLETE Clothing j to you. N. canvassing. I..t..t or I Iexperience 70. Work Wantllal CHEVROLET ''lee box: shower room good tire*. vaa
-Downtown TRAILER Covered atilIirseI -141: perfect condition ; oar price before .-... Oeneral
replace of this furniture Store for sale. Fully stocked with details .
some t-
I : cation: new equipment: building .. Wrto laid. Machop.. 46.West Church I. .very way. 17l SarI Kslry I.D Price SS5O. Inspect todsy st CoDes Truck *s Equipment Co. 231* McRae;
on makrt for inventoryprice. 1 recently remodeled for this business. good merchandise fixtures and dlsplsy and prtfoU 1.. BIKACUAN Ex-i 1-reel. I ... Park Service Station. 2103 Edgewater 9009.LUOOAG.
Owner's estimate stock and : I Books show good advanced Fashion pernd part I Dr. H. P. BoUnd. Realtor.
4-yr. lease st only (SO month. S SOO. .ulpm..t Fa.r
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I 591 I I TIRES-AU sixes for trucks and automobiles DESOTO 139-Sedan: radio heater TRAILER Good tireeI
t accounts will run around 33000. profit every Building for sale Frocks. Pept. 44728. Ohio. tm. B. &ta. :
Harlow O. Fredrick. Ill m..U I, !
I Por details see W. B. Nicholson. 1. I rent. and chraprent. : overnment *urplu*. B A I and overdrive: good tires mechan-i i a -J.71'ee orIon delivery; .I $100. 0010 Cheney Ruthway. Four
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tor. 14 B. Main St4 phone $ RealI. I i dial 1188. Or..e.1RESAUAI o Ideal L. o.rbe.for msn. and wife. !I I IHome ALTAMONTE SPRINGS HOTEL BOOKKEEPER-Experienced: de.f W Tire Co. Garland and Bobln.ophone ; frIlly excellent: today only. $495. I condition. ..IID-. Tourist Home. Mrs. TSWTV-T
i ; (K95. R. S. Evans. 11 W. Central
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'I Needs a few experienced position with local 7_. ,, Call C. L. Morris. 1324 17th St
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I .nl.Ol to buyer. L.I d'. ; pare aU Phone 7591.0000E1o46. phone 5296. See Mr. M< .. AVAILABLE NO.: Federal Motor
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I Wan established within .* of .. good pay. room board ..0 U ,1' fl".1 ,0 p.nU TIRES and Tnbei-Nearly all .- Truck Model 1SM2. two to Thm
FROZEH CTJSTARD--Drlvs In: for A... location. G sell at inventory price. Cash only. I, Long wood bus. ment Full or part U. I Dill Sales Servlc Both Store Custom: 4 door sedan CHEVROLET TRUCK 1942. 10I I tan. 9 Speed Ac!. 1(7 W B, 25-20
I further InlormsUon phone 2-3893 resident. Ph. 2-2356. I!: Washington and Garland. Boon I radio: spar tire: clock: lets than I vThrrier wIth 2-spred axle has
'I leas and plenty of business. Write box S. ff-Star for full information. I Tire Model 55MA. 4 U ton. AuT'iIsrv -
Beta.l2andpm. i i 18x8x4 bed: take car or pick-up In >
South 615. 5 000 mfles: (2.250: phone 5001.
I by appointment only. Exclusive with I BUILDER-want* building or | trade Paul Kieffer. Michigaa A.. Transmlnum. 427 cu ta. Motor.
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FRPIT BHIPPINO BUSINESS and Mr. p.te with Herman Goodwin I restaurant la A ALERT MIND work: concrete floor ..pa.j I I USED TIRKS-4TOOd .ndltloa' .1 DODGE UJ6 coupe runs good. I1* block cast of Bumby. 11.00 22 Tire. 100 OaL Safety Tank.

sift shop clearing ..: Inc.. Registered Real Estat Broker. PRFABLEol., oa oranseBlossom 1 I nor sanding painting asbesto sid- III: ore at 711 Greenwood Ave (295. Wadswerth and Melton. 615 '; Just rite. LeaSed or Tandem Axle

excellent for a retired _pie. 577 M. Orance: dial 118M.RESTAUNICa TraU. i.t..d and mederaly And plessant manner win help ..: roofing all insida work. Writ N Or.nge. 8597.- ,I I CHEVROLET-1936 e ti.i Good Trailer.

I, ters-Prod Realtors 661 M. PLANT- equipped throushout. Will sell achieve advancement reiularly J. B. R.lae. Box 51. Ze7wood.DRIVER I I I WRECKER CRANE-* iiI DODGE 1941 Luxury LIner: veryclesn. 1 Good overstated motor.Il-ms.263O 8. Bumby.spile*, i i
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2-4596. earb'l CEA' ..b.duib. Telpbon. Company. i Or* Diamond T. '4I-42 Model (IS
at .r..t ..erlfe duo I. .udd a m ,' hand operated winches complete (1175. Waosworth and Mel- .
ttor.uo. C.a Scenic c.r. .re.t. te'1bo. up."o" in Mechanic; u.ra with cable. booms raise and lower ton. 615 N. Orange; 8597. DODGE TRUCK 4>- weapon carrier I Tractor a Speed Eaton A-l genIilbs. -
Oral, CommllD.to u requires ad- >, with a helper. So. T.o. A. Duds A
h.tor l..d.r. 6oIIa. Telephone ,
57 8 a. end can be ..I..d. Holme ready to go Orlando Federal
I W.le.P. ditlor.al girls at the switchboards. 8195 DODGE 146-Tudor sedan: tn per- !, Oned 2151.
and 1 I .mOltio I Holler Chevrolet. US W. Central74. Track Co. Tl W. RoMuon AT*.
FLORIDA GROVE 6ERVICB STATION garage position of responsibiiity 1 PRINTERS. ATTENTION-Boy. aged feet ..ondltion51.950: please phone t i
BUaINU8I I I Ins quarters: for sal* oa o:, 61. Bank Loans that's vital tob.. businessand f I' 15. InteUwent and strong; no bad a-4S5I today. : DODGE-1937 bed body truck mecbanically ,

Nationally known. Includes 850.000 i of Illness; o.oe. 30 8. Hughey. I j social life of your ''h.olt d.ar to learn printing ,- DODGE 139-2-door: one of those I: good. Apply after Sunday.
beautifully remodeled sales and. 1 less com""lt..nd after school anilSaturdays. Autos-Trailers Atkm Bros. 2020 X , Ph. 1 1I
LOANS Wanted
SERVICE STATION Doing good J Ji II.TALEN cost you pare accordln.ly. P. .orl 39.00O mile cars: inside looks .... 4263. j LOANS
display rooms. 825.0OO packing plaaucasoltn Bank. Com .tI0 with pay. good as W. no object. Write and It wont new-thia-and-new-that-I |

station lunch room. approximately i business fine location: terms cash. 1| ". eoa.l.Uona loan funS It.n.t' and warklng condition. Clyde Austin. Apt. 3. 426 1. oat AUTOS-Red tape Rot If yes sell u* yoa-2-death the first .90 dan. us'DODOS- 1941 tractor truck: fun i I

SSO feet on both sides number -, T.leph. 2-3132. 100. .3P..1 13 Good meals at company cafeterias St.. Orlsndo. Florida. I I your cr w* pay top prices. CaU E Morse Blvd.. or Winter Park 288.I equipped good tires I forward To Purchase Or Sen

on highway on best location STORE and apartments-Just t 150. you get Apnly Employment office. Sou. Bell RETIRED |[ 8597. (67 after 6 and Sunday. Hsr-1 I I DESOTO speed transmission. Oed axle;
Indian River section. Alto includes side city oa staIn highway. -.oat 200. you get 188-Payment* 111 Tel. and Tel Co..Wall ...trua. BUSIl J-. Wth low Wadsworth: 615 N. Orange. I. -140 oor sedan. S almost tide tsnks. Sleeper. etc. 61250. Or I, INSURANCE.LTJNDQU1ST
new tires
da radio
,, 110 acres of which 80 acres In heavy building containing store and two I3room I 300.: you get 279-.Payment* I high type .. B" 57 --. AUTOMOBILE WANTED-Want"any I I r tag. A-l bumper to bumper.heater A bargain new- >:best mash offer. Florida Die Casting |

hearing grev plus 30 acres cleared apartmenta. Cm. pt-I I100x250 400. you get 372-Payments 33.34 SERVICE MANAGER-K years ex- usable car. any sue or model: Mr. ', at .. Private owner. 140 Foundry. 123 W. KsJey: dial 1-1838 : INS. AGENCY
ready u seU Two fin residence in with 48 I 500. you get 465-Payments 41 Stivers 62 W. CoJonJst I Ml DODGE :
I. *jn. Fslrpsnti Ave. Whiter Park. j -Pickup. Army rfnsl. o.
truck and .
Track j
cItadeL Wonderful location for Parka storeor 1000. you (et *30- m.at 1.4 65. Help Wanted-Male | preferred.penenco on Box 572 S-Star.car 5 p.m. :|i DODGE load ..-.. radio. new tac: ex-!i!7 Metca.lt B1d,. Ph. 1-1T10
COUPE ,
Figures Include life -139: motor just '

This seasons velum will pas 825O.-] Realtor tracery.: 14O 1.:100..C.. :P.dial Shumway.2-32& loan tn case 0 d..t 1..ur.P*National AUTO repair man. SALESMAN .aC. .oaitis. as rabId.oaleaosn CASH for FOR CARS. clean lato models i I put In A-l condition: Owner fcavI I relent Ave.DODGEPickup. condition: 8725. 545 Citrus I I -
ex- U-Drive-Ita.
W hav.
Florida Ins
Bank at RITR In Orlando town: best ofler: 2-4735.
: "000 of which SO* mall order *O* Od..do
8ANPORD-Electrical Appliance and prn. 1 at Purc.ll Radla-i Florid, HIghest of r.C.UJ. V. outlet to mpply. Olln's lDe. 242 15.Orans. ,'DODG&-IH2 4-4oor. and icy. moo.ri pertrc I
retail stand actlv mailing list over : RadIO
ft.aU. Bu.tn.including new 62. Loans Up $300 14 Washlnston. .. Calhoun *'... 1'' 2-4814. H..tar. l'1'I..to . _tlo.. BIll WIIII.OIL Ococe. rl.
4O.OOO. Vary substantial net profit x 70. t 2 S.Ch.rlI I ow ? After 10 A 1 TRUCKS
will return entire Investment in less price.to approximately 2' 8.l BOOKKEEPER-Familiar with Auto . I I WE RENT CARS and we need car M. 211 B. Orange Blossom TraU. DIAMOND T TRACTOR real barcam. t

than flv* year by very conservative 732 Sanford. 11.0.0.Pbo. AUTO. Furniture. Diamond I. Parts ba.I.. G proposition. SALESMAN Experienced stationery I to rent. OU.'. Ine. 242 H. Orang PORD-U37. ... Il5o. A.Dunham. . Equipped with MIl wheeL''
WIm NEW m Ford Tractor and 28ftDorcey
Economy Finance Company. Box 594 ,, Ave.. ph. 2-4814. Holier Motors Winter Oardea. -
estimate. Olllce and sale display Realtor Atlantic Bank .. and printing: Inside and .u"ldo 2Sm Sanitarium A..II. Fla. trailer.

rooms elaborately equipped irov* Store. weU Bae. 1..r. 6 lI.k Stain- &tr.COLR COOK hate 146 can: .1 eo.lde any othr i, D. VARNIR. INC... want to bay you DODGE 1941-na. car
tcou-pe
and packing hous equipment very 8AKRD.rt. _t.. 2-33. field: Box 592 I I .ut FORD-1941, convertible ; 141 Ford 1'-IosC&C
Inventory and bllta at 8t. I or tract and will pay highest rier. Good condition. Custom balk ,
\ Dew and
paint IMC. 100
complet includIng 3 trucks tractor plus stock fixtures and accounts re- CASH I.OANS-0U1Ck1P made on furI Tremor Cafeteria. VETERAN ... 30 experienced cash price Immediately. D. Vsrner.Stndebaker moton mechanical new np. top; excellent in heavy sand. Call: 19449 Ford COB *tk*.

spray outfit. *rov* toola._ Merchandise .. ..-Approximately S3O.OOOOO I Iclll 'I nature .lt and diamond O DRIVERS WANTED Guamaxte.dsalary driver. ReI.O": lout dla tu o i Inc.. Sale and Servlc. boats If are tookloe top: for radio cood aad Winter Part. day. 35. night. 410-R. I II liMO Ford RIley 1-*.
yoa a
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on hand .. of ... 15U Undo own Co. smoke. 1 234 W. Central
handle. Phone 732 Sanford Robert Ave. Phone 2-3153.
P..e : I plus commission C.I 2-71. I clean this t it. 1432 West Tab.FORDl$35 I FORD-134 truck. Lone wheel base.
Including Irult OB tree (50.000. A. William RealtorAtlantIcBank Bldg.. now = expert1ence. car. I 141 Ford '- stall pick-up
M.t"o D.1 2-J. under new pay system for day VETERAN 35; some past STATION WAOON-Wanted or panel coos.5004 .adltlon.I I Dual wheeli. new motor and new I Il

For *ala by ..-.&.... 1' BIds.8TORX CASH LOANS MADE quickly. $10 to To qualify you must b* over 21 .; Wants on the job training delIvery truck will trade 142 I 1202 South Parramore: after 0 p a. l tires. J. B. Waiker 1910 B. Lee .. i i 13 Ford plck-ao
. Dry goods and 300. On p.urcarsr furnitureAetna boy resided in Orlscdo for at grocery management or batcher. Buick. caa be seen at 2710 jr. Or- I phone 2-4884 I
warked hard long enoughPrice Finance 311 .. B. Delaney. C. I FORD 194.: Gaper Deluxe club Also other mlseoRaneou truck
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clothina. colored in- two year Aplpy to Mr. Bowel U 1111 l 52
(300.000. wUlllPa.. 50%. I al. e O. or M.Mears. P..l : 1 FORD 1eJJ Nn.l. 0001 Urea iou
ntory 350O to Will opposite City I coupe. Spotlight and radio. Ph. i ij
I r. City Cab c 243 8. OranslAvo. WE NEED CARS! Let us see your 5504: saud body S. D. Haypy. 1U I
For further Information or appointment sell .with or without prop FINANCE SHOL funh. Orlando. .. n. Airplane Sales and Service car and mak sn orr.. before yosselL j' 8083. I vY 6th St Mt Dora.i Open Surtdjy I to t p.m.

writ J. X. Osborn. Bos 321. .rr 1.. less 11* sanford r.n GOODYEAR has an Immediate opemag isun'.. Inc. 142 N. Garland FORD-1941 V-8 sedan delivery: 1941 i FORD 1943 lone wheel base dump
.
I Cocoa. Florid A. 8..tod. P.. ph. Sanford 101. ment. See the friendly Acceptance I for young man .. office- I I, TWIN ENGINE ratings on Grumman Ave phone 24347.SELL i i; Dodge pick-up; both good condli I body, ". Practically new motor. i HEINTZELMAN'S INC.
TRAILER nicely planaed Corporation of Florida. 489 .4. Or- .I Wldseon; land. sea and Instrument. tlon: 8750 each: Buhl's Dairy. AirPort -
of Price
capable 895.
CAa
:
assuming YOUR Wadsworth
a more
CAR-A' the
o. .ltaat V., auctionevery P7.. 'on--is
._ eranstra Road.Kinulmme.
Utica. Orlando |
doing good .
M W. u..stonPhone
1 pO.sitlon A.latl Friday. That I* th* *nly saylodivldualo ,I ?l.O range 847.
Itll Pr.. Countre Club.
FILLING STATION-Store. Including .and with a nice owner'. bo.' LOANS ON HOUSES-Get small j with lut. ..o.n.m.n Ph. Wltr Prt. 1. can attend the .. Only I FORD 1941-Station ..... S cjllnI ,I 1934'truck. LooiTwbrrl base.
., (1I
and plenty af highway d.n. radIo sod .. Ralph MWcodworth.
I .r.
loan on your for building.Florida who can meet : dealers buy. Harley-Roblnsoa I .
furnished a .ulr..nt Motor f Du.I. : new motor and
tack: 3 apartments ; bo. ?2. new
expansion. For sale by reason ftr Box 22. Tangerine. Fla
Rent I
acres excellent esrden land etej ISRouto .2.0. Ray Hoi- Credit. Pin St. 1stStairway Applicant should b. u..le. Atmobi. I I Auction. 2120 B. Orsnse Blossom Tr. tires. J. B Walker. 1SO S. Lea 6t_
0 t ....
fbU dlt.ut. east of Grand Theater. simplified bookkeepIng .ral FORD 135 4-door sedsn: lood tires. phone 2-4884.
east coast. A Place where "tt .
It to SPOT CASH PAID for used
I office D. VARNCR V-DftIYE-1t--Drlvs your ear.I.
routine. ,
O'H.r.-or. lo AIC 20 (350. R. 8. Evan 101 W. Central.
d.t.n
you can make _110'. UcKelvey. M I. Fin*. | LOANSMADEIT.Id' $10 to $300: to 27 yrs. Reply by r"ul.m.nt.. P. yourself: low rates: by mil or day See J. C. McKellsr. Your Packard !1 phone H296 See Mr. MrCI.'.. f&DJliALtoo stake body truck:
a. Central. strict prIvacy; fast service. Family Thomss. Goodyear Service. 300 N. D. Vsrner Ine 234 W Dealer." 342 N. Orang Av. Phone aood condition call ilia or 8503. ,

c OAS STATION on corner with grocery TOURIST N. CUT-HI.b.u. -1-1 Finance Service. Inc.. 32 W. eo..ra Orsnse Ave.. or phone Centralvl.V.DrI..11 2-35.. I I. 5147. 1|I FORD,vrrtibl- 1941 Special clean DeLuxe con- FEDERAL e tractor-track; fuBy, DeSotoPlymouthPARTS
a 8133.
7.a coupe: new.
and 2-bedroom furnished I Ave. Phone 9837. 411. USED CAR EXCHANGE Used 1 I i equipped.
business fully be Immediate pooocsslus.Priced HOTEL CLERK-nisht experienced HERTZ DRIV-UR-SELP SYSTEM ears Wadsworth and Melton. 615 M. Or- > 8 *5. Fmehauf 3* It 1
Both concrete block r.I. Betty Trent E'.Da QUICK CASH LOANS Furniture on switchboard b and WOrlds largest auto ., .. wanted. Be* us before yoa cell i ... '5111.I I flat semi-trailer. *U5O. Caa b* _.
construction. Station business andresidence. BI0k.. N. Orando A... r note and auto loan 2-hour service. transcript. References required. N* Reasonable rates. ..ta W. pay the highest cash 1'... 21* ,(..tw. Florida Die Casting Foun AND
Includinc grocery stock, all Park Phon 81*. Family Loan Co.. 501 Prd. drunks. Writ Post Offic Box 3191.Orlando. . with confidence D. for sew rent.car w. Washington. Phone 1-38(2. -I- FORD 142 2-door _... N* If. i I dry. 123 W. Ksley. dial ,-: '

goes for only 1000.. . '' Bank Bldg.. W. Cam I. i 904 N. .l FRANK REED really know ho. ta notanesono but Just as ._. : O.M .-142. 2S ton track
.. B. I.. Orla..cto A.. at Or.... TOURIST CURT-6 unit new. Enjoying Phone & B. Orange A. Phone 34000.JAXUDRXVE.ITiR.n After we had tn* motor rebuilt w* cargo ServiceExperIenced
the hih dollar for : Ten wbeeier. Perfect mechanical
.
set .r
( your car
.8&1. Hop'tal. handt bate t* let this- good looking .
P.rt. .u..d. MEN WANTED-SeU IxlO t car s.I
WInter Opes
bios of veteran ... a" 4 OUT OF I who ask for a loan here a ear equity. Cash In five mtnu_. Why I for toy price. but being good hearted condition cood tires, equipped with
GROCERY STORE-Her is a good Good value at B. **t oae. Finance Co.24 painted rbotor.pb. Make large o leeslow rates. every car Insured. fill >m eweyt Give us a bsnce. folk w* . Got heater i! Hat body for fruit hauling. Prvre
: Pal ... Photo Stu- < Service ; a tool ; Mechanics
business In a streetsld semi-open I Broker. 104 E. J-Cd fm" B. Orange. R. I Phone ".ml.130 West 42nd St.. New York :' (20 deposit.men welcome. No red 201 V. Orsnse Blossom Trail: 7883.1 Olins Used Csr*. 242 H. Oranss Av. 81850 00. See George Bremen. North 1
Call
Co. 1-4347. 142
leased location. We believ I
stand on or phone Ttan" Robert E. t.p. I Phone 2-4814. ; Bay street. Eustis. Fla. Night phone ,
ther la a tootf opportunity here TAVERN AND I. I Gal.nd St.'STARUNGAUXANDr 75. Autos for Sale 210 Green. :
especially U you are financially abl LGH LUNCH MAN WITH EQUIPMENT to haul FORD 1941 DeLuxe 2-door *edn: I
Downtown 83. Loans Orlando Fletcher
Mortgage HOUSE fT Sliver
TRAILER
t* buy the business and acQuIre belot. log Apply to* 122 Mills >: MOTORS 'I I.' gloss throughout: (1195. Wsd*
la
BUICK ood condition.
his running
stock .
and 67.- -
good equipment. Lat Dome
with Ave. cdltl Melton. 618 B. Grants: 857. : electric refrigerator permanent I
For detail call Fred Rees 500. Opens Painter with Asher FIRST MORTOAOE LOANS-Ott all by week or month. 501 N. O(250 Laura McCord. 802 Atlanta A. ..priD. bed. new .awning I
O Harra-Moore. 2-O838: 109 E. Ping.OAP.AOZPIr Peter. Rcaltnr.1O E. Central 3-O78O. ROOM CLERK Tear round Job ante Av*. Phone 7876 2j FORD-1941 Convertible ct.-coiIM. Motors Inc.
: types of well located city and farm o BUICK-1937. See It and win electric brakea and dolly. Like _..
you ,
... Fully ..ulpped.AU properties. Interest 4%. available for experienced j 1 aInht. .nd l.nd. ._ Take advantase of the sunshine 1417 2vth 61.i .
TAVERN WANTED -Several buyers, 1. buy ItFor Information see at2MB
... Bear Wheel ..1..._ no property too large or too smsU.Phono ,,20 n.r ta pay. Prepayi I pleasant working ."d'Uo. phaso5510501w : CAR-RENTAL. INC.-High grade laI -I II K.nton.tn.. i with while a you"sporty"drive tad convertible.if yon need MUSIC M.I iOC TRA'ILJR-OIId.r. 1944: tap1pm 1020 N. Oran, AT.

wheel ..Ia... an.tl brake cur or write Strout Realty. 31s 4- I i ment privileges ..r.nRlloW .n lOam.and3pm. j I I lured week or season heat. Ollns Used WheeL electrIc ..
I C.. 242 parred
BUICK-1 4O Super 4-door sedaa: i irsdio. N. Orsns
liner electrically equipped. Large I W. Colonial: 1-137S. Realtors. 128 N. SODA HELP-ExperiencedrApply tn I r b :I. Call -l : beater a really clean automobile I 1 .... Phone 2-481 shave Ph. a-067. Phone 24541Correct

Air machine.." Will Complete aeU Bear stock machineseparately. hardtecet -' TRAILER FARE CAMP arm 40 HOME LOAKS-We want to help '0 person to Moses Pb.r. in U.'nCloD' , In excellent condition; private lORD 146 2-door _'11. Tired BODSC TRAILEB- MoonTTf

1' acre 12 mile 1.S7S It. frontage buy a home or build a new I n.lto. : OLIN'S. INC.-146 models for rent. owner. Elmer Hoequlst. ph. 1(70 or of
Farter Oarace. :S10 East 0t. salting for that new cart w* you want the beet see this traitor I
on Highway UO ft. IrontassApopta. t W. civ prompt **rv1c*. Of STENOGRAPHER With knowledge of Sedans, Jeeps low 111125 j .
Farker. B.... Fla. Tel. 826o.GEORGE'S 4. w 0 co..rbl. i ThIs besutUul at El Punt Trailer Park. North
hlshwsy. Standing ric"on I during week: 0 U bookkeeping. For small branch of- rates a.\b 2-1, 242 .. car.ba't Q
Ato..o..to J BUICK-138 Good rubber and a heater t* an** Blossom TraU. ....
River ,. .
Indian fir Ore
TAVERN la First Federal Permanent .
r&eottases. old 14 Saturdays. position. Call ', clean finish. Priced right. 2901 I keep yu wrm la th* cold duo to loam Bee F. L. Unur.I 0..1 Craft
On
City. for isis with fixtures. room house and b.l1.orange grove I' sad Loan AI.U. 0' Ola".. TANGERINE PICKERS wanted: report RENT A JEEP- model Jeeps. If. Orange A.. I com. Drive It and you U buy It. Olln HOrSE TRAILER
.
Main HIghway $. 1. Restoursot.IlsuolI. oa acre at Location I. .. Orl.ldo. for work T I We Used Cars. 242 N. Oraa Cottage.
1 .4 P. 1' P. ready a m. corner ID per m.t furnish leer-- ; ** Av*. Phono Coach.
Writ 144 3
beer win concessions. BUICK-141 BperlaL 4 new tires 2-4814. room baut
Boi 81. Indian River City. PIP.ItUNG . rliht. Wm O. Rancher o I' of Church and Lee Street Dr. P. I I J.-U-D.I 142 *. O I heeler radio: la A-I condition. Call. interior California .._. QUICK DXUVTHY
C. P. B..b.lde. B. Phillip Cooperative.WILLING I| land | FORD 142-Super 825OO I
STATION Bom*, rental 2 Wuttoa. 3' 1103 Maryland Ave St Cloud I deluxe etstKra ; quick sale city LUallg. Flae I

house furnished fernery plenty TOURIST CURT On Grans SOl LA8 T TIN-You. men 1 BUICK 1840 4-door -... clean wagon: excellent condition, very writ Box 587 8-Slsr_ _ OUTBOARD RUN-ABOUT
clean
.._. 73. Auto Service I II I private party will
36th Street. 30-25 to ; finance
and trailer Talj 0 t.n1 car. Special MS. R. B. Evang. 101 HOUSE TRAILER 145 New
Mooa.
Prd.
for tourist cam
Toon I
Ar. buylni-bttlWUng-reflnsnclBgt I to r.U.1o!
you .
house. .. party. Ph. J-41M lor INBOARD RUNABOUTAnd
tavern. tising and . ta
Sari: MaIn road t* lab canaL Special .11. .8.1..Oood PtYtransportation : w. Central phone *2. Bee Mr. Me ..... j I Excelleat condition. 24' Awning

price for quick sal*. aCcXalvey. 84 S furnished. .what.of..a .__ I If 5s. sot moetsas. lots .. Apply Mr. AU IAI .1.1.aueo lain ... and porch. -:1ap- he ; I
Immedi FORD :
right 141
Roxby.
Central. P 'o I i..tD V.lde linteL Bsnford. Flor = .nl .1 W.I I edn coupe radm cood City Trailer SU

GROCERY AU modem flxturea -..I dM. .t ida. SleOprn.Sat.lats3p.a.orS I t rubber; by owner. Telephone 43 8. Leesbarg CRUISERS
STORK !
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: _in* nice business in erewIn 0 p.ml F H A. or Conventional Lean at low to 0 1'Sunday. AUTO BOOT WORK and painting; I I I AUTOMOBILE AUCTION SALE FORD 141 4-door ".n. goad car 1' HOUSE TRAILER- "'. Roy Craft '
la your oppor- WILLING TO train men 2O-21 excellent work aoo. aervic. -- la oaod aiecbonlcal eoadiuoa. Caa Why Sos Coonotkhtg .. Kno.
_m..It ; on bI.b.., 11-92; TAIL PAK-T i, Interest with and courteousservlc young "7': 3 rooms sleep 4. Etecvte
bargain because pro.P sos W. Central.AUTOBRAKE b* teen at 1520 NCIUI1q
to travel Florida on st 1 Anybody Conway Road. brake About
Every Wednesday
call Mr. Broun ph. 1-412S. I *. .dnril. p m. ; very flag condition throughout
titCII-.uTi of dlsssreemeat of partners.Beautifully I tad sale campaign. *25 JOBS and .hl I cap boy or sell. Hsvlng 7* i I FORI>-142: 4 door; supei deluxe. ; reasonable; Douglas. El TuniS

OROCERT AND located. JOO ft. on U. .I Man!. willlama-Harsi. A..D. 21I commission. Transportation 'a.l, aUcnmeut. l-dy to 100 each Wednesday Including 'I New beater radio. et coven s Laks Part. R. 441 Ifonlt. I PINE CASTLK BOATCONSTJIUCTION
See Mrs.
.8&1 ft. .
Doing good 1 rnaln. back 1.2OO t t W. Wauhinstos '. PhOns 5100.LOANS ed. Southern Circulation A.e.': balanced while yea . seversl 11140 mod.!.. If yoa need a new tire*. Pass e Trailer Hsvea BOLOS TRAtuaa AND
.
Florida.OROCERT .. t I A Porood 8s
d' :
0! Career Oaledo. nearly R.. U"de. C..true-*- Room 3. 423 South prang* Av France Boas. 1610 W. Church._ I| good Aatomobll.ar Truck don't miss Rout 17-92 mile 8 et Orlsndo.HUDSON .11. 10151 ..._ Jtoaj bay. 1115 CO.

38*-..New lot SO1 block x ISO1 bulldincIV witS nina with sosrsnteed.title. Prlee $8.ooo. .- YOUNG MAN= .Itt.r-; AUTOMOTIVE IGNITION 8PB these sales.BUICK -147: brand new will-cell a._Mills lit *00* Plus Cast Ptwoa S-X46

5 e 5 to a Warren meat ... Stock and or will sell 40O ft. back. Ifdeilred. on *n types of property; long ..". 1..011 ISTS.- *tartr I .,,.. u. Stork Machot.OalaaIIIS. I a>y equity for ease. Writ Box 877 i UII.-ni --18- India -.. TlttiSTiD Phono *7
Tom McElneny.I 14O7 low r. ; immedlste MH W. W_ i buretor u'J. H Straub atI '_t...
.'t.. Good location. 8450O. Whitahe or short term: fr. .232. I Fully equipped: new tiros oae
Phoos 500.
... .. Central ...., A opkaJ W..I..t dial 2-337 and ask servlc Harlow a. Predr 11* ,.t. Bt.YOUG I I Atlantic ". of Oraneo Pia. Et000le-104l.) 4-door -... very I, ... Pass e Trauer Haven Route I
N. 0. A... Phone Av*.. and J Ave.. Winter Park.AUTOMOTIVE .
OR1LL' Beer and .. FuOy eeulpped. .1. MAN WAN.between the I I j clean. Prepfcltt and Haughtoa. 8OO 17- 5 mile SouU at Orlsndo.
VARIETY STORE-North Crane 1* learn th. SERVICE SavorSoc.d W. Central. Phone 485) HOUSE i.p
TIOAILER.-12 ft .
Inehidlns mail dining room I '
Av*. Excellent lane MONET AVAILABLE for loan onwU variety (tor. business: opportunity mechanica prompt eervleo: 142 convertible with 4*
=
Cliib meavnt bed. _.
Will LINCOLN reno..ra
and furaished living uarten. ooupe 194J. ...1.1IdIUoL I electn FLETCHER
for the mobsSaIls. spotlight fog lights MOTORSQUALITY
..
right apply
This star located home and I good part aocessorlea tad electric
.pU. brakes. 14OO make
810 .n.1.1 c..e. .. or me
and far 823OO: dowa and per .tot lent Apply Brltf
8. H. Kress 47 tagt phone "*'. ,
.
month for seven months. Full price.I3.0OO. toy SaId . exceptionally - slat .P.ea InvestmentCo. Cot tInes. V..r. Inc.. 234 W. Central lea ata_. Winter Garden. Priced aa offer Mast be sold today. R. B.

Ann Orlll. 2S7I RobUuoa low. Volume be la- Wuhlto.Fhoa U13. BELL NYLON H0tR1.-BI .m : J-I. I BUICK 11141 aupar roeivertlblcospl. elL Union. Palms Trailer Park .. Or ,
creased very eoneldereMy bbe t Ings n" cln. '1&II$ I anee Blooeom Trail.' Turn CARS
Ayes u.. f PAINTDiO and body W.d"'l right past
_ _ _ _ _ _
addition of a line of hardware. Price AU .a.t ZEPHYR-141 4-4oor **-
quick. 11.110. III 15. It. line. orb trailer
Co-operative gash left.
omIt Merchandisers. work .. on
JLARDWARZPTORS-Prnsll stock. 1 15 a. A ::II.1Id d... tlree. excel- ,
'12.- pnone Intor..to. See REA E LAN. Bom IIP W. 34th St.. N. Y. City. Auto Body I new paint good iiO iS TR.aIi
Desirable less* aad location. 1maiedlat with Ba o .f .: condition: very dee a throushout. 1941 PLYMOUTH SPECIAL
peaeeesloa. Approximately P11 E. H.r.1 8bpha'a..I. and B_ p. Trust' Department. BRANCH OFFICE MANAGER-Youni loll N. Mills: a.i- 7 BUICK-148 11._. 4 dole _.. '1105. .. .... 101 w. Ceatral. I Special far iSo heUdaya Th* Cea- I
Dehuo K
2 W.b'D.t.. Bank AUTO Beautiful .ar_.. Beuh la December. Ira Florida Madia trailer aale anal or
$ ._ cash total price far stock n P I.a rapidly growing organisation hasI FAIXTTNO Work phone 8296 See Mr. McClala.I
10 ACRES-30 ft. front oa Oraa** a. Orlando openln VeUrsn We guarantee .a.B I .._ mile. Leavtag '., ... W. are efferin a tew modele I II Only 31.one MIlesVoooaoIIy
will. Fhen
lease and good '
1-32. lIngua Tv.' new block filling ita.tioa. Q..1.t. .tla I South America must sell this ... -I I MERCURY 4* convertible; radio i I at ..U reduced prtrea. Our ssotto I Clean
1 World Oslo. lion at reasonable
iilbat.r beer parlor lunch ream. 1-ronia $4. Help I Excellent. future 11.. e- i i Florida's pr C..wa I Bee offer over (2 600 tka .. Mlht low mileage. Trade or term*. O J -Small Profit and Bis .,." Mono sod Heat
.. Wan&F.I.1ATTW CaCans.. 142 M. Oarlaad :
modern Satan per. .
deep
crave walL opp. 0 Com see for yourself and
.. larg. but paint ." Lively Auto Flinti -i consider Buick trade la. U Kaav Nfl loa the
borne and Income. P room and lthDpt .rade through to frontage oa _.. rellill. 56 SStar.I 1-4347. J... Bis limit supply bottled ... 1941 DESOTO
experienced willing t* Mart salary otu At Body Shop. JOOO N. Orange 5000.I Box i
U. .. N. ... Will cell ail .t i ; i
or trailer
'I D"1 Il' MERCURY-1941 sedan: private owner beds and chair W* traIl ,
a
1.12. \ I a
1.t IsaaC See . first 'ta.r Hn .n..t. .ult.and Central.dresses. percentage .nt. Box S8 8..r.PATW I iPAI-a. Ba- I!'I i BUICK -Flaa eieaa small sadaa ; e.. be eea at 161 M. MUla. finance the balance oa easy asoataly BuCIW

*n premieMsltland. ..n. 1 Boa 118. ..r. of 11..I.. Sl..pl. A National 11.115 Ford 141 station wagaa. phone 2am.MB:1toCVItY terms Banay South Trailer Far*, Lot of TrampueWioB tAft
BOOKKEEPER-Familiar with Auto R.. for part 'I Ot.39t: Poatla 141 crab _.. La i HI* B 0raa wloesem TraIL ta Thta One
j
.
C"UI _ _ aHO 4-dose aes.Colot.
-
Parts .1_ Oood Salic 140 Sport __ Plymouth '
Mz 140 bouss. 17-M New time supervisory work. Personnelexperience AUTO BOOT WORK sad W'j I .dl5L alleO 1.100. TelspSsnt. iK"tu:- ft s."or
ICI 4. LAn X.r. 50. 164 a-aisr. aa tow aa 3M- Silvers ..._ n ,, :
. .. . business helpful Must h. I 1941 FORD SUPER
.rn. ." oonv | ea excellent work tad aervic | l.a"I.IIOD infara&aUBB se* aoo* E. Mlchlasa
duple apartment 8380manthly. Ideal BOOKKEEPER. sipeMeneed: typing and home phono. Box I W. Colonist A..... For Danr
"I 0 tal.
.taa. t fo t& 500 W. :. -r PORD. .. ,
House / Ap.t rea- I and ". eveenUal only I perI 1 "" j c.v I j I BUICK Late model _.. Hew aacolla" .554111. 'i Music aM Heat
.t I ar. Or- AUTO LUBRICATION Washlnw. i f I .. SIlO 1.a.. Oar. _ _ TRAILER Alma.ij !
2a6S. dil.C. b
and can be occupied by purchaserImmediately. store or Ex- maneat . Sale Help Wanted car sees Cnf to* Beplacwd rv )Monti Af*
AU new concrete biocaconstruction : ehinva with Preaeatt T. Dial| 1.045 66 polishing eomplet t aad Mtt,,, .. At t. Service Static, corner Boon N.5M-lS3LMe ...oSyllSO and eC.lilwall Cam* j I

o WaS central -. sal 5o5 ...1 t cams 1 COOK-Kitchen helper-maid. watt LOEPIW-Mow-Womsa. sara 82O ... S *> W Tire . anddamk.oabo I I IBCtck I I... wp Pa. a-1334. SO* 33J7 Kahl j

nu* outside limit MeNuttHeaslsv. > Cpu ..01 ._." .. .I preferred. c.. ..married couple.I dally fall or part ... Represent Robinson phoae 754 =lte Roadmaater club coup;f, Hlllcreet Ave BOOBS TRAILER factory bola 1 Ij

Ro 1 W. WashingtonBy MJOO. baadu. Room and .r hr.._. Apply plastic portrait manufacturer. Super- 1 AUTO WRECKER SERVICE Day -,, excellent atres: radIO and heater BASH-146 4-door _SB; los .. '3i week oia. fully .qa-.ed; bretee. j FLETCHER MOTORS

111 loU, JU Du.npOn P1*. Ion Portrait Co..Boa It*. Station 0!' and Bight. Csto's Service .tat private owner 1050. Fh. 3- 1'1. a*.. (1650. R. 8 (van*. 101 W. rooms. Chsrli Test plac 11
'IH A 55W New York 11. Colonial Dr. at Oarlaad Street, Central 82. Sa Mr. Mo- 8 Orsns Bliiism Trail j 1020 It. Oranje Phoas J..4WI
ess.munlty pbeae *
LAKE LUCERNE S&CTIO-Oiual alWING I CHRMTIAH WOIAI t keep i a CHEVROLET-142: 1 .-. At a bar- ,i
Houaci T bedroom I *cnene4parches. I this ._ nbc.. .. take ... .l_I. fo BOYS WARTo 82 an br' 2.0551. I I I ... Holler 'Wlaln Oatdv. -Clam I __ HOUSE TRAILER trie* eoudttmal .- -
100 1.0 per week. 6400. t i msn and wit. Nr a. Sell Front AUTO WRECKER Phoae 2-3741 far .. Phr252. : BASH 13 LaPoIiete. goad rondt- slnPO fear ... nil traIl
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.aeded M. | Whitney Spieiel. Realty ., Rsach Kt. K*. *. _o Writ Box I .. auto SOS W. CeaI .1 1 UOB ... Wsdewcrth At Mettoa. for aacaso .' Pam cash afervor. .
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u,.. .J Stool **Tt arJ30TS. I.i. '0 Metcslt Bids. 1.3.1.: COLORED VEGETABLE COOKMostI. 1 CANVASSER House-to-house survey. '! tral Av*.: ."r1'. Official 1 1i |I ._.It_: rod* (50. SOt Sooth lIt N Orsnse- : 857. Perom St.ROUSa SELL US

_ _ _ _ ,1 BRYAN AND Bua etperteaeed other aeed N* selling. 75* hour. Must |i w recker f Mill Oldest.CHEVROLET. OZ.DIMO3fl.Zlk3S-Ths very thing TRAILER .-Hew. fliT >

MAKCFACTUPJNO B O S I S B S S- a.. .*. We specialise 1 I tOll*. .TrIMlY err be t...i and pr. Writ P. O. BODY ANL FENDER repalrlaa a 144. 5-door eedaa.Sprciai t* make Into plck-aa trwck. roceost verv elraa aad we> arreasea. TOUR CAR FOR CASH
.__ Will M I lutinss. 130 S. -. BOX painting. Estimate gladly MectauKally la first claM *hsp. Barcwood floor bM las
bring
11200 Or |t COOK-For InsUtgUoBSI vetO Rot 38.XCSr. I .I.. twLat. Ragle ..; ,
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Lobby. phone 1-OJ37. la
gross profit per to energeti per j i, Iol I over 4O yrs of ag*. Uv I.Relereaeee -- RIPRLSINTATV1 foe ISatlafscUoa ..... D V.r. 5104 U. Mzosssers oa.... TIps jkmb*. *0* W. Central._ T Permaaeat kitchen laetrm or SIM. sleeae 4.

sea. .OUa Sos 21. OrlasOs.PIp. I UOUwIUdU required- Box 471 a. I fix. ".th. Sift 1134 w. Central Aa. J-II.: i I Cutl. Fit.CIIIYROLET1535.. i OLD*) 141 _.. *. a eaad boP Mas .bod.. W Ia..e-orelao. asasnlil .msttreoa. ***-) NO RED TAPE

._ _ _ _ _ _ _t I ( buslaess. call TIM I b BWABjqW U i .. Spring l .o.. 1- !! 4 door _.. 11 0. Wadewertb and 11_ 61* car *r track a* part .F__. AwatS
UIC5TORZ H an. un.i2 .
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-. at > as nhe A-l tIres tad mater. New asinu caa b* na.FOa .- 8)e) tale becare
.. Ooed up t* -House-d..1. free Wlcclaewarta Oeor-- _..raa 122 15. Oeans.. follyWasan.. I.. .. DnPnOv SERVICE-lit _... Priced for slIck sal*. 872*. = 1(3* "'60" _... reconditioned bar. at J*** B. Oraag Biusiim 1947Itatyaa I"OJU
..location. Oood leas stock fix MAM-WANTED fer RawleUh i iaeea I modera eeuipmeat I** Orsnse Sl.so.oa n._ mewr; ..* Wadjwanb sod Trail
.__ si.OOO Cash only.Addreea lIz ve r. R.I. _ I FOUNTAIN ply Rrxall upr-- where coaaumera received .u sad experieared personnel that -i iaesareo :: CHEVROLET--102.-1-doer oea aiI Melton. 61* N Or.... 857. Waco
HOCn Th.AIhZfl-M04ors.ko40-j5
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routa. of cad efficient
Uxuirwo t W. let .. UT.UH.PH'I ter Park- call 76. service la Brevsrd Count HuatlorCpa . P" 'I|I I. new tire: aw battery; new paint PACKARD 13* coavertlale crab ileep 4. eeod Ur*. emaa Pneo
repair at all time Orlando
CouaMe ,
Ssnterd. Fla. _ _ from lob radio and healer lilt E Caia- fog 11... 1 saothcMs. ut. !
: expect ood prtu : eowpe: la. R *i
OIRU Ooodwva. soils
I FOUNTAIN FlrMher "Tear S e
Par esceileas divMeade on Iavestment. Experienced only .r Motor Inc DeOolwPlymouth eoe
nicely (um- I ; Writ at eaee Mawlelch a. 1020 mal Dr' .. i iCHRYSLER dl* and heater: ."'..1 bock natsa.
O iuRT.I" Eeutpment t* cover no other need spOt?. Orsnis Fbar Dp Dealer. B. Oraaa Fine Ctle Cenat. Read) | 1948 PLYMOUTH
andgarasea *... R a. ... lal W. Ceatral.phaei .
M" Price $5 OOO cash or 15 cash MI. ... 1H4 E. Colonial Dr. lo-2O7. ""p\ Teal.MANVFACTVRNO ;, Sta. 2-U20. Late model- _... Pr igTft&1l.ER-34: ,
plus bar. rain .1. ,, at ... Contact U B 103 W. work IM-Kat; RIPRESENTAI I .. feet -.".. C.. be seen siB 82**) aw* Mr MVCIlilS:_ lfO for 4owa _._ sWill tor a-ba.Irsew ,, 4 Dner -etal DoUrx
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slid bath .15.01 .U _. St "le O.rd Pi 1 Oi.1 . 411Yir.lola fly sow being la key FTor-|, at J avrvice 515115$. earner Beeae I PLYMOUTH-14* t-door aeaaa. Use r.0. Brat Bay la lowS
extra for .._ I ICabin I Oreen.AN .a .. Ida p1 and Jackson 514. aew *.
I terrUortea
.Ud. t* several '
la *TJS a atoata 1 Drive. _ _ _ raY LUBRICATION frM"m usIarM 1kOM. p5 1454Pp
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IXCSPIIONAL specialty cold CHEVROLET 141 3-door. New -
3 0151. FOR t. th* thorouia. I
Filling edna startleItatIdiasa. dr.a A1a7
aloes 1IO'f i1'
a .. OR1Hr Ai Permanent Car aee- I IEvery I..rt point ale car. '11". R S .._ PLYMOVTK.-Ia44 t-deer Spinal ii' 194f MERCURY
U "nook aa4
Lot 45001000 ft. overtaok. .to' -I srI. CIty ._.. ..0 554 1545 35 51. 1415 015.Psls. .
Indian River in beautiful setting !I I .. onac haadllss W. Church D Net Income o 15O per car track I* touched. 11 W. Centra. pheae (26 Be* Mr. Deaue. Oila e Csed Car 142 21.Garland. .: j jL
; '| mart Meek *<.c .., .I )3 \ _ _ weea upward assured tepolotodAppmioiataly o 1Ic... dial 1-4M7 ParIt. Presaos w Coea
MO. 'Ia ".. 31 B. Fine: **51. ain* mechanical part
:. busiaeea a steady rnd T iOI01 ae SITS aeeded 'o Initial Safe reapooe prolonc . 1iRi8t.zR-*. model 78 Oo2 I'' FLVMOCTH i.i7.ed II_ .v.mt-ad. oaata _ _ _ I
ilOTELeK Oaa.ta country' *rea of tl ZOO a,.. '| 1' tock tad samp!* "_ ... Interested Place pane aol make .-,, conduioa. *22*. Be* at 1411 Eaea Good tire*. Owaer'a sal*. 1111 HOt.T3UlL- 23 foe*. t***, :i ABeMeSMCar
tan*, hotels ... eta. nat very reaaoaabl. Th* all floor. A..O' Hotel. _ parties contact Whit. .. month old Pratrle Ota-Ost.
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1 C eafe aad a pleasure Amelia Ave.CHRT8LKA Peel Lake Ave_ _ _ _ =
lists free. 1 Orl.
OtIS T.U. arMs of t* luo buslneea. partelr taralihen eatraa. i
hoaeework A..U' I. many
I : WAI7.1 : Soothers Store*. IU .. Orange; dial 1 .. 141 POUTIAC l 4l deer.. May b
you .*atWhere? What Pt 1 stack fatso et*. : ._ STAYPORSI-Ba. several openings i '' 1-lMO. $41 Royal 545IsaP Beiow eeat it at Baaaxloa TraBey 1148 CHEVROLET

Termst W* wiu try t Call wnh Veteran* Real I Bstal> .psrtrneoe.O.sdsalami. CaB a mstar fall part 1 ;: Ptyaveutb panel track wtth Pee Heron .4 la eveedassfo Park betweesi Orlaaow s5d5d.]
time. mee.iv thrown I I.n S Caort: I_!. W Um'o. Warfc 1 dMatfied. o Mx ST -Asia *. aatemebllo motor 1213 W new H.mpshlr*; M... 36) P m. 8JI E Central Are il a* Toe Fuel Dowverr

eoa-teeait o _-A. ,, ilAID-Nurse. 1 < r't-C.i[ lag. Be lavetmeat* req. ...r. .a. paint .. body work. CHRYSLER 141 do i"a FONTLAC n 4l 4454 sedan-see RO S tRAILtm a llaal. 14* I Bet*. R** > M C*>
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W. Boa iILUTUWHm-V i Bun ro Interview eve- tI.. op.e-Ial $. 318-BV. Cwtonial .0 1 perieac* aeceaeary. FrascosMart. .o I I t cratch *a> ttl Very good ooaeuuoa.U8 . Splat l at 655 1.su.eall
3203._Orlaado. : MAID-Caata rental b eachanse lo (14 Metealf Side . lu" Iara B .. .._ 11 w. Ceatrel S s. ..._ 1&1 W c5a-nsi 55555 raw* meetfaawao Bread
LAMtFACTVRIROP1.Ai0T-CPBOa$> 1kIthI. sb-trio and acetylea*' maid seme ApelT la peraeei. "* _ _ l-l 1714 It MUla St. ,, pfcoeie tn OcI Mr MrClalai i 0210 leo Mr MI.Ia.hTMoItls4s4asP.ti.1. sew eaadniea. eleitrW braea P559 see trsFr
aereaaltata .u 0..s Molar Cow*. O. S. SALESMAN WANTED-For CwraaaaCa extras caaatdet fimasais sftrr.
blare complete PeSOS Realty' ; Xeaeoaabi Busiaeea ; 1- aleamaa with rmeas oloac-O CHEVROLET fin Coacb. "iMf DrLax 2-o7qlxt :l-7e 34511vsiiatiu.Eiiii. a Talc Oral
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KmUmmeo. florida.PrtroVIO5000 Coeaee a4 .ar DlvtaMaJIt *"** "*".0..1.. sailing- 0' _. both dimS 1 a ... Proahltt sad ..... lOG > mr *e *a. Tlu* M Uk cleat -
I i.. Ph. $501.. ent lcV5.5!& inatttatiecal week: expert body .o special trut.. ClaRet Phoa 48MarrvRotrr ** '41 la towa Tint tiaa .. Lib***?. ]**.

ta menial aa4 did- to 1 aeed .PP. Ca.f toe ear*. cal _. W..: .J la los _.. tr.c StoLe tandaas waert bare** I 1 OLLVS USED CARS
OROCERT-Meat I IXCLCSIVS SECTION .dIY! .N PO. los IMI.rA'1IAJ bat 1 Wee*., Shoa. OporaUac la Ca5 and ... us aSonf.e. : Lass aaa Far*, our EMS C.
and ) anartmeata la aid.eatablisaeel . basso prodacu offxe T sEDAit 13*.
market eha*> weleidlng fl. lo t Oraa** Dwco Compoay. *41 stomp Ill* W Bout CaJea eau IU IT. Caftaad
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Makia seodmesier. I Winter aad factory. osasirose.SpIll _
wratiaa IWM. marhinea fee alterations Lniagtea OO12 doss o eod (11. Tarp pe a. lIltP0STmAF54l 1
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Hate Ink HeineTavaeimeat I1 $3060. Lru. old oetaaoahed eealaaijraiit. _.. lbs aa or Beam 133 Cosich 1 . r For 44s. 118. tea kfljla' (eod- ,
r*, xs D.. WaahloStos tiaoga* a year uteoea ..leeI oat._Pnon* c. Wloter Park M i.SALXSLAOIU Oils .M*- motor *)*$ .is loa waaeav P aaI 20 ft S_ aA Pool 505.5 51 ,

a monoa. san wttk. .'.-aMmy.OoJy REPAIRS-Brake t. a_ t Re01 I IItn I esosor. boor as .wnSeoa eonoStsaa I1T& 'M 5015001 A.
( AvlOanCtZTOt.S1lS4L50.oWd
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eu ) s"Grass.- aSP) ttins with aee*) a. I : ks-' .. .. boy vma ** B a sraaa. Jiiiiitik- 03L-cbos
w. CARS CAR9i
Iw. : motor p.00114250palatios: 11 Ceaua. aaoa *i* lee Mr. new '- DeLawe aaMML gk i ia1
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apply. 1* ,
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IUal 8T-1 . r-avl c' _a eieaalaa woMt** Ce oaf rarrlaaraaca snnaa osiBkeaofawB i i STARUNGi
EipertaacoX .. ,i
ta* oa Route our 3-door Moot.d.rr.stoe. .
fisotito. 5541s. .
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Wedwod iAiaUA1 _| time payment plaa. Oeaoral Molar I 1fTlACOIdL g. ou4 er Lea. p.4 -... CaiaBii ,
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halos .quartee Tearaesafully equlp e* eetanaa toads, loped. p.aI
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ro W.. 51.5. Seedy TvwUrr Park ,i i ALEXANDER
... Track sad acuTrau. (Metnbwtor pass seaS. .
.$ Mr. re*_ wnh Mer- Bareaia 'o quick aai*. Call owaor. a to I 5-. WIll o was law a-inas IIao ... IS L ASofaSA. YospIone Sloe '
R.sal.iwI 1 1 .n. .CousIn HO < Earaiae 85o**> to Banoaaasmaiiy. *. Oeaeral Truck Bqatgeaea* ?***ATIOIit- itaW 'c- !i \t.JM 8PEC1AU
0. I M ..OraMCiORANOel "i it ? .'o 1-1. Car direct ta ewa Co 231* McRae: d l ai 5105 'MI alms .50010 Ms.Pbus. 84J*. ,\
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t Ma. ...o froatae Less Pn*. LaseLunaa ..Moms Pssmset .Cal.- Wino bo. 83*) -_____ __ .no yew isallaeil service asI $3OSt.l.s-ft- U. ISaStCREYWOL.Z1S)4 iffal ... Mt B Iv*_ -T'J EetT OIM eX tb tar I itated

11065014 TAfl.-SsssO. orba eultaal re* reeideafe. apars n-18."atoan I a minima r***. Rebee Oarasa. 3 U slId One 15 c.w..CmsraL i in 8120. Sos 141.FIPlso.3 lair is '*r* >* gitnaj. IMs be* havTervM . aadtt.octd

Lot tereoaen .. meats. o teunct bean .Las UllisaL ITo lurwi- ..] ..r .. Baeai .. Paoao Tvl sal Ia.osdiOS. 5e5 at 1- : ; gaeaM 17 gB g.JTw ,UIn-OIIL
tee tvalljTORAXOE . -. ee" e_Ueat tiaamsa 0s.lIaas P..0dp.8 0 _. or Saila 50 h S-Sm _. sew v o T ***** tvetdbw.;

eonatruned o eaxe l etaec ,ueraol. *. M- .tIP SI a 4* --. .- 73-1. Aat ranAw.At'I'Tna"OT.II i1'JloiiT Un-I Ia- _. Passe .,o yaa. a-e7al DC 5.00 Pa.l ..or ... KV a. Bua Maa. <: t* MN *aj .. be er--."

APt P.ZT&VWARt.43e..Sue 1&I -.f wtde, wow STEIKX3RAPinJi-.TT *H* aa* ahartkaod ..4.I. B -. .- OOI420S. 550 -. aaw R 8. Ill W .. pusog U -
4MW per salL Aetnalri 0 east.IT Cail _f ... cigir hill SE Mr lloe. *> .rwa :
._ nereeeory. jirsaei. Write lea- PARTS- o* *r trae la ear. af -J.- .
rea. All fixture e .u>mM and .varutMneel earso reiais Bum .JO* B Oranae .. Po4sgto M a.l pan at Bvaeo Oara**, 14* >-*383 *r 3515 sa*>arvaea Av* n.f'ii'l-----. 541.. a a.. 054 ; IS pal moy ) .

.iek re* .*trk .*. Fnc eooO lafarmaMeai a l.. lobby, dauag rooea. kucaea. SOLOIST-.Oriaado la eep- 1 U.s. O55o. _ 5010. II Fttwa 7114i68ZCOTIA4 FORD-43*. 4 daw _. ._ elli450ps. OwUrpu atM sites lyle *- ameaaa FtaPAJRbia ar rtfti .ee aaaong tar *.

at ortvo o. Cn Itvta quarters fee awerato*. e. Rad> sal b Cal! 13119CXZVSOt.lTl041 i -
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raeea t.. ol' Bog aoa and molest .. 0-Il sew alldews. Mo.r DaLaa a 5la:11aornaa.. 131ss eaafe *e wad.OO-.W 'KTg

OS_A GT.iMr-A_ : as ,n.. .L as cIa a14 I. 554 iS-leek. all lest a-Ins oMInal pea- MoIst homs sr-I Oa& 5514.Tvus.4lJS151a = 0ltmpt. T .pIpsi
0 nTA1o a-al. .54. 84s.ws-4 dnas kowAt. e.pa-M be.-.g 8.aSad W.rtt *>
PP easutn>e Smsiii *M*. altO 55p. atsot l'_ aere* of .4aasaM : s.el-pi :
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bvtn ...pwtls rurmieeweV Is- aol ouIoncl with ta* rtaeat .r C7. F-pb-Ta-ms Acei __ ..sew baoorp. SI IsO A-I cusoItaa Os tssd 1cr. 3P -
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sag a oeee .iaa. beer .- watet A aeod bay et 8-iSOua. Spcaye C*.. LlTO *T-COTIBS--Pse s.mtOroneni Pa" 110Man.e. sos a5 led calm. .. toa0 5.0 00 seMs ua NIt .

b sta ea now, Bqoac ., _.Tvl. ai.i R. a. am* ati A. _ _ alAP MoIul on's aSaladSb. J .": Pa-s Gad hosts 50. U or orchoruoli1&t.sa -

thin t* acre* la uae*. *43 k'...i ?:.71 .... florid a* tru .Utu. Ma-i Aa "t. ;. I'M .a 801.51 Ea-Ss. $3B U14 Call 1111aa eeo A re.KVMorn "" .., "d. A J. coos" \ I

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Aaa Vs.., L Cateal. la-c. paup p.wlsoto .551 ;=. -.4month. I .. PtvlrtalS -. Lul Osme wrr La- Looms l_ tosS .l msSo r-c- cs. _r

1-9$0 _ _ _ wish tsee Co**? .. a-I usa- 8ILfI
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flAW . P .OTIS 5004-I $ --.y-- WI. wrtaor Fare *** or OrVsada ,_ nt.ncsf'r1t.6riUU. . ca-i. Goad 0usd Cora so r.- --a .rS a-Iso aeMs.4 tnr

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I Page 16 flit 'unblg 'rnttnrl- 'tar Orlando, Florida, January 26, 1947 Police Recover Stolen
OFF THE RECORDFrom I Veterans Urged
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Junked Auto BatteriesRecovery


Associated Music CenterVIRGINIA German Hunts II The Sunday Sentinel-Star Radio ProgramCommemorating II by the Police Dept. of

by % To Give BloodMarion I 36 junked auto batteries 25 01

PAYNE which bad been sold here for $U5
i "Bobby Burns Day." the SUn- wow (SM) WNCC (MO) WEAF U230t00 )

Relatives HereFrom day Evening Hour by the Detroit Symphony Orchestra rTttbrterton Hoar Ortia Reveille Clark Phillips Post. each was reported by Chief of
I 1 IS Pmbncrlaa Boar _______ Orm.n R* eU). _
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The Coliseum win be the scene from WLOP will include the "Scotch" 7 30 Matter 8inc.n Or... Reveille American Legion yesterday issuedan DeL I. S. Rose yesterday.The

of another great dance the President's Symphony of Mendelssohn. Dr. Karl Krueger also 1.U Bob Jones Or aa ReTeill, appeal to veterans of all wars batteries were taken from
Hamburg. Germany In 8 00 New _. _____ Mew ._ __ lie_ Summary _
conducts the orchestra in "Don Juan as part of a Junk dealer at Kissiznmee Rose
Birthday Ball featuring 8,IS This Is Our OUT Orcan Recital __ Silver SUinta to donate blood to the Central
the "Britische Besatzungszone" a ; not interrupted by commercial announce- World NBC Qnartt Tabernacle. Cborcb
Wilson Humber and his nationally program 8.30 Christ for StrIDe Florida Blood Bank to be set asideIn said adding that Odell Barrow.
8 43 Christ for World NBC Btrinc Quart t Tabernacle Chord
the ;: ments.
received
has been by
famous orchestra.This great event request Orlando was being held in con-
___ Bus a special blood reserve for tubercular -
CBS' "Invitation to Learning" concludes its OO CBS Ness hews Roundup Coast to C. OB
Is scheduled for Jan. 30. from 9 Orange County Chapter of the IS Renfro Valley StorYe order Coast to C. on BBS' veterans at 'the Florida nection with the theft.
And His Government"
16 week series "Man
special on -
American Red Cross from Werner II 30 Renfro Valley Words and Music Coast to C. on Bus
e to 1. The benefits Knack to locate his missing rela- with a discussion of "Two Treatises on Civil 9 4S Johnson Family The D A a. Miners Coast to C. on Bus State Tuberculosis Sanatorium. .........................
of course. Government. by John Locke. Heard at 12 noon 10,OO Church ol Air HwnUthU: of Bible Messaca of Israel The all-woman post of the Leg- '
are to go to the tives. 10:IS Church of Air BichUshU 01 Bible liessace. of Israel ion has made care of tubercular :
March of Dimes "May I lay claim to your time#from WDBO. 10.30 Vole of Prophet Circle Arrow Show Southeraairea __ I veterans the major post project : RADIOSREFRIGERATORS
The first performance of "Dance of the Lepre- 10 45 Voice ot Prophecy Circle Arrow Show Southernalrea --
,
:
"'" Fund. so join the and beg to ask you politely the and is working to speed up their
I crowd and help favor of ascertaining the present chauns" by Al Datz will be given on "Sunday 1I-OO Mew ___.._ To 0. Announced lot PresbT Charm rehabilitation.
11:15 Mule for Sunday To Be Announced hat Presb Church WASHERS :
> those who are stay of my relatives?" Knaak's Strings" at 12:30 pm. from WLOF. Ralph Norman 11 JO Salt Laka Choir Sews' H..1 \1&h\a lot Presb Church I It is pointed out in the appeal ;
unable to ''help letter begins.He :, conducts the ABC Symphony Orchestra; Ruggiero 11:45 s.lt Late Choir ._ &obtain Time ___ lot Presb y Church that these veterans: all in the 20- MRS. MARTIN MEMOELLER. NEED REPAIRS? :
themselves.Tickets .I then explains that he wishesto Ricci American violinist, will be soloist. 12 00 In*. to Learnlnc World Front W'k Around World year age group must receive a wife of the famous religious
,_. are'on 12,IS In*. to learning World Front W'k Around .World blood transfusion each time prisoner of the Nazis, will speak: In
-' resume correspondence with "Here's To Ya. half-hour of popular and 12:30 Gospel Boar T.World Front __ Sunday Strt... any BARTON'S :
i, V. Payne sale for $2.50 at his aunt formerly Mrs. Eloisa familiar tunes featuring contralto Louise Carlyle It.ia: Gospel Hour _____ World Front ____ Sunday Strings type of operation is performed on Knowles Memorial Chapel in Win-

Associated. Freundlich and her 25-30-year- and baritone-emcee Phil Hanna. makes Its initial 1:00: Gospel BOUT America United Piano W..... ._. them. ter Park. Feb. 2 under the aus- a For Any Make :
_
I United Piano Music13o
A nice record to start the week old daughter.Elizabeth.The wom- broadcast from WDBO at 2:30 p.m. 1:15 Gospel Sun. Serenade Hour -_ U.America Chi. Roundtable Sammy Kay ___ I I 1 "The men are for the most pices of the Winter Park Ministerial a Call i

Off with is "My Number One and and her daughter are believed !, "Theatre Guild On The Air" presents Burgess 1:45 Howard. K. Smith O Chi. Rrondtab.. Kaye-ract. Fiction part far away from their fam- Assn. Mrs. Niemoeller was i i Von Benefit By Our 25lean :
have moved to Central Florida 2'OO W kly News Review RCA Victor Snow Warriors of Peace the first German allowed 0 ExperienceNest
Les to ilies and therefore relatives woman
,Dream Came True.with I; Meredith and Marsha Hunt in Sidney Kmgsley'sPulitzer 9'IS Wkly News Review RCA Victor Show Warriors of Pea* to Colony Theatre e
:-Brown. This is Les' latest release from Panama about 1933. I Prize-winning drama. "Men In White." 2,30 Mere To Ta Harvest of Stan Lutheran Hour cannot replace the blood usedto to visit the U. S. after the war. Her i
Winter Park 93LUTHERAN
:
To Harvest ot Lutheran Hour "
2 45 Here Ya Stars
---- aid them. the appeal holds. 1
with "You Should Have Told Me."I The search Is complicated by heard from WLOF at 10 pm. 3 00 N. Y. Phil. Orch. She f fer Parade Dancer Dr.DanTld I husband was Hitler's Sachsenhausen.prisoner at Ia.......................'
Dachau and
f |I I
Danfld asked to
'to back it up. . Two snappy the fact that Knaak is unableto Gene Autry supported by his singing cowhands 3,IS N. Y. Phil. Orch. Eneaifer Parade DaD"erDr. "Donors are specify 1
3 3O N. Y. Phil. Oreh One Mane Family Prea.1r'1D Bollyw'a
t stuns to dance to are "Morena" supply Mrs. Freundlich'sname ,' features songs of the West on CBS'"Gene Autry 3,4S N. Y PhIL Oreh. One Man's Family Air Lane Trio _. ;, that the donation be earmarked - ------ --, -- - .
after a second marriage Show" heard at 7 from WDBO. for the Tuberculosis Blood Bank.
and That's pjn. 4.00 N. T. Phil. Orch. The dull Kids These our Children
and "Yo Te Amo before she left Panama.Evel"J" "The Greatest Story Ever Told" will have Its 4:15: N. Y. Phil. Orch. The Curs Kids Thesa our Children' The suggestion met with the fun '
tk
*That" by Xavier Cugat.. .."Choo I' 4,30 Hour af Charm _. Lucky' Star __ Green Hornet -.- approval of the Blood Bank. (iJ e
effort has already been ABC premiere over WLOF at 6:30 pjn. This is 4 4S Hear of Charm Lucky Star _h.Green Hornet ;
the "
;Choo Ch' Boogie" is back on i Mrs. Mary Gwynn secretary
of made by the chapter to locate another of the no-commercial programs althoughit 5'OO Family Hour .._. Symphony Orch. Dana for Do.1,
Louis course.
.hell-by Jordan 5,IS Family Boor ___ Symphony Orch. Dart for Dough said yesterday that blood is fur-
i. . In the collector's aeries we these people through the postof- is sponsored by the Goodyear Tire and Rubber a 3O Ho.., Carmlchael Symphony Orch. Counter Spy nished the veterans when requested. ;h M
'have Hot Lips" by Henry Busse flee and county agencies but with t ompany. Opening broadcast is the story of the S 45 Wm. Shire u. Symphony. Ore!. Counter Spy uo__ but that it is always desirable ( ; J !!

,and "Sugar Blues." by Clyde Mc- no success Mrs. Georgia Hammond : Good Samaritan in which listeners will travel from a 1,00,IS Cttiie oszie A* Harriet Harriet: __ Catholic Catholic Hour Hour __ Wholes Miss,nc Hrirs Heirs whenever possible to have the HOUR [CHORUS

;Coy. Popularity demanded reprints o Home Service Director I Jericho with the unfortunate traveler, who fell in 1.30 Kate Smith ...... Bob Burns -._... Great Story ToM transfusion replaced by friends or '
: on these two numbers so i said. Anyone having information with thieves. 64$ Kate Smith ______ Bob Burns ___-__. Great Story ToldJack relatives to preclude the possibility I ?di 'EVERY UNDV STATION

'be sure to get your copy. . Have'1 regarding them is asked to phone LeSneur. CBS analyst and United 7 00 OeD. A..t" Benny r__ Drew PearsonJack _- of the supply of blood running i
Larry news _
Benny Don Oardiner uce
I 'f.15 Gene Aar '
you heard Charlie Spivek play the American Red Cross at 2-0711. Nations correspondent reviews the week's developments "7'30 Blonde _____ Pitch Bandwacon The Clock short. : tllria sr"t.I : 2:30 P. M. WIOF
'"Linda?" It's a great arrangement. 'j'4S Blood _________ Fitch Bandwagon The Clock ______ All veterans needing transfusions -
. Vaughn Monroe's theme. at Lake Success on CBS' "Report . E:. Hour _
g OO 1-1 "i Charll. McCarthy Sun. e. are of the ordinary blood I
"Racing With the Moon is an-: CELEBRATE From the UN" at 11:15 p.m. from WDBO. 8 IS Sam Spade Charlie McCarthy Bun. Eve. Hour types and no rare types have been I1L1L1II1FmIAI1
Hour
Sun Eve.
t 30 Crime Doctor Tommy Dorsey: -
other "must" on anyone's list. It's THEIR The inside story,of how a celebrated designer 8 45 Med Calmer ___on Tommy Porsey _h 15.... Ere Hour -- found among any of them so far I
his. best! ', works will be told on the Louella Parsons Show 0 OO Hildecard .- Merry Go Round Walter DcheU she said. _
In the classical line this week: when Irene. MGM designer, will :Le interviewed by 9 IS Hildef srde ___ Merry Go Round Lobelia Panon _I

.like to suggest to you. Al Goodman -
: Songs and reminiscence by Hoagy Carmichael Woo Take It. Leave It Dren Show ._ Theater Guild -
: plays Chopin's "Polonaise"and __ Theater Guild I
10:15: Take IW Leava n Drew Show
seven other good numbers' f are featured on this Sunday's "Hoagy Carmichael 10'30 We. the People Meet at Pearky Theater Guild _
taken from the musical production s Sings" heard at 5:30 from WDBO. The composerand 10'45 We. the People ___ Meet at Pearky Theater Guild -- CAN YOU RIDE "BIG SID" AT THE RODEO?.

POLONAISE. . ALFRED NEW- his secretary Sherlee Turner turn back the 1100 News-Feature Weekend News __ World,Tonlte-Epts I
Behind Headline Set To Musie .
Report UNO --
11 15
A1AN CONDUCTS contains such 4 pages and recall circumstances: In which Car- 11:3O Mme You Know Panne Story Glenn Garr. Or..
all-time favorites as "Malaguena." michael's hits were written. 11'45 Music Too Know Pacific Story -___ Glenn Oarr Or-

"Jalousie." and "IIora Staccato.1" WDBO (SM) WNBC WLOF U23O 12 00 Kew News Sign Off -
\These have been popularized but coo Melodic ______ _,__ 12:15 Musie _
the classical arrangement is still 6:15 Melodies 12'3O Musie _
t _____
_
12 45 Muata
8JO Melodlae:4s ,
.tops. . For those who enjoy Melodic 1:05: Sin Oft RODEO RANCH
'piano music. Robert Casadesus .i 1
plays DEBUSSY PRELUDES.

BOOK U. . Lottl Lehmann. soprano Eola Park Forum
sings the SONGS OP I Winter Park News
RICHARD STRAUSS in German. WINTER GARDEN ROAD
Paul Ulanowsky accompanies her Schedule Listed .. By MARGARET GREENS Telephone Winter Pork 233

at the piano. . Columbia I
presents
Hours 11.12 and 4-5. Monday through Friday.
SCHUBERT 'MELODIES Jack Benny and Mary Livingstone I A wide variety of subjects will :

played .by Marek Weber-selections will celebrate their 20th wedding anniTeraary be discussed at the Eola; Park:

from Schubert's most popu- by making: a gust! appearnee Forum this veek. was announced -
(lar symphonies and waltzes. . ) on "We. the Peopled It'll be yesterday. Speakers and their Winter ParkBrevities School Bond TODAYONE
: cf
3. know you'll enjoy all these hilarious-don't miss itlTONIGHT
,Albums each different from the subjects are:

ether, but all very nice to have. ON Monday-H. C. Deist, "Food;" .

=T 111 be looking forward to a visit Tuesday-the Rev. Herbert Kel- Issue Sought j
:from you. So. until next week We The
People" ton "Old Testament Parables;" I WINTER PARK-Sen. and Mrs.J. .
same time same column.
WDBO Wednesday. Dr. D. E. Burtner. C. Harlin are returning to their
ONLY
petitions SHOW P.M.RODEO
PARK-ThirtY
a .L:> "The Ethics of Gambling"; Thursday home In Gainesville Mo., after WINTER 3
IP x:I'*c-4 1OS30 P.M. -J. R. Cutler. "Adult Delin visiting their son-in-law and are being circulated in the .

.S.T.UOBOWTOHM.C. @ quency. and Friday-Fred Baetz- daughter Mire and Mrs.E.. 'T. Winter Park School District requesting -

f 143 N. Orange. man. "Horticulture. Brown. the Orange County
Phone 6300. OSCAIllADUTS OICH. An open meeting will be held bond
i'i Saturday. The weekly bridge lessons beIng School Board,to authorize a

taught by :Mrs. Charles Mac- .issue to raise $300,000 for new

- Dow n at the Woman's Club have buildings.

been changed from afternoon to I This Is the result of ft meetingof

10 a-m. each Monday The fund the school trustees with the

raised by. these lessons goes toward !boards of the High School and i

ORLANDOAPPLIANCE the.Cub'. Youth Conservation Elementary! P-TAs. Dr. E. V. Mil

ff' I program II ler, chairman of the school trus-

1 Dr. Edwin Mima will speak I tees presided.

CO. INC. Wednesday morning at the Wornan's -j' ''The petitions are to be returned -
,
Club meeting on "Sidney! that they
by Feb. 10 so maybe
210 H. ORANGE AVL-PHONE 4537 Lanler. Friday afternoon there eliminate duplica- .
checked to > .....
will be recital Laura .
a Joint by are -t: "
before they
i King pianIst. and Anita Whit- tion of names : .
to
i presented
e
more soprano theapproves
the
tion. If the
William Alexander Taylor win plans an election wil be held 30 I. 3rr_ f {- .
be the pow-wow speaker on University days later on the proposed bond 4 ft.
Club program Tuesdayafternoon
I discussing "Canadai f issue. .

I The Country. I Tw yean ate. the comma ,' ,. .. '
The mass meeting at which nity rated a two-mill raise In

there will be a full explanation of taxes U establish a fund for .. IJ' -
the suggested changes in the zonIng building and this money which ---
i. of Winter Park will be held amounts to about $11.... annually -

Friday at 8 pjn. In the elementary. is being held for the retiring
school auditorium. of bonds without further

I Advisory Planning Board will cost! to the pro rtF..wnen.
meet tomorrow at 8 p.m. in the
The projects to be Included In
Chamber of Commerce.The .
'i the $300,000 program are: a new
fourth of the Community ,
high school gymnasum. a new Negro -
sings at the Chamber of Commerce
..
.
sites
building ;
school two new
will be this evening at 7:30:
o'clock. for elementary schools and a ;; "

Those who are exhibiting In the building on one of the sites. : '
w
first of the seven exhibits In the : !

Center Street Art Gallery include: William Warrick's. Germany: Mrs.
Martin Dibner. Mrs. C. D. Moon. James Barclays Norway; Mrs.
Donald C. Greason. Virginia Keep Ctechoslava-
Wendell C. Stone's.
4 COMBINED WITH THE LATE LUCKY TEETERS'THRILL
t Clark. Eugene D. Coleman. Dons kia: Mrs. C. E. Whittle's. China:
Bigrlow Victoria Hutson Huntler. Mrs. James Hiegels. Hawaii and
!
Sophie Parsons Hugh Ferguson Miss Betsy Smiths. France.
McKran. and Jennette Genius Members and friends of the I
t McKean. Methodist Church will meet Wednesday -
The gallery is open to the public at 6:30 pm. for a fellowship CIRCUS

and it's without charge.Reservations. supper. There win be a abort
a for the luncheonof worship following supper and thena

the Republican Women's Club program. Dr. Eugene R. Smith
at the Orange Court Hotel on will be the speaker of the eve
GENERALEmCmIC Wednesday noon when publisher ning. The supper will be covered- DAREDEVILS IN DARING DEEDS!
SELFCHARGINGPORTABLE Prank host
Gannett Republican dish with Circle 1 serving as
leader will speak, may be made by esses.
calling Mrs. H&rl"J"V.. Stone at Mrs. Paul Braun left for hr
474-J. home in New York by plane Friday

The Hungerford Singers! will be after a visit with Mrs. 200 COWBOYS COWGIRLS 200
I presented today at 4 pjn. at AH Jeanette Newark.

RADIO Play it all! you pi***. TWstancty Saints Episcopal Church. Prof. Alphonse and Katherine Carlo. -
is rechargeable. 1 Henry Dike Sleeper, ofr 30 years violinist and pianist, win be presented
instructor of organ at Smith College in recital this evening In

Ploy it ate}..b r.-oa fwcwkson I also will appear on the pro- the lobby of the Alabama HoteLAt WILD HORSES BULLS
bo*_ train,. The t gram. the Seminole Kenneth Newbera 192 192
Pita short wave and push-button controls \\ imiooa-jrw j phi ic at *. I Misc Marion Peacley is spending will be prorated in a program -
the weekend at Sarasota with Mr. At the
AC mouse curreat. Th .. of piano selections.:
and it's t eve -lu!. yea pity this I IponahIe. and Mrs. Kennett Harris at the Virginia Inn. there win be a program -
a
Gulfriew Club
Matte Houston.
5 em op.U ncrsr rcorw* in far po..r.mtort !i In crlrbrauon of the 35th birthday Mrs.by Waldo Plimpton win be W SI,000 IF YOU CAN RIDE "BIG SID," THE III BULL,

I of Ctrl Scouting In America in charge of the Benefit Shop ,
boon of cmnfracajnthcre nio7-C;
; oa Marco 12. there win be an International sales Tuesday from 1 to 3 pm.; j
G JiERAL.ELECTRIC you take u.Incum with each FOR 10 SECONDS!
pageant: Mrs. Euce&e Coleman and )[n. \
Seta slaw yaw ;its vluwrl I troop representing a different' Wendell Stone from 9 to 11 a.m. t

--liL* ib* buUM .- country. In preparation of the Wednesday and Mrs. T. W Leotze

dUcacor that thowt .hrarcchcrg a i event, the various troops are from I to 3 pjn. Thursday.
J llrrc's all Hear for vounclfia studying the customs and other The Benefit Shop members win
*
sa Purpose portable radio ,bc** huh AMERICA'S GREATEST CIRCUS ACT
factors In connection: with the take turns brine on duty at the j\
levy rrvrtr* ill tern MW a.J +rtr .;... No moretrouble btg wt perForsusce-Mp sod t.-set country of their choice and this Health Crater to the Health and I

sod apes*o< trttpttat battery nfUnroean. Me Ask poet for Model 2ML includes the game dances and Welfare Kdj- answering telephone "SMOKY" THE MOVIE HORSE IN PERSON

Play oa tithe better?or AC bare current sat jives I a rIP. and otherwise a.uist.mC in '
The troops participating win be* the work Mrs Tracy Ptttenc toMrrtcg I
you General Ekcuk *t.ral color tone. Mrs Rex Hobdays. Holland; Mrs.Cierbee a. an aM to Mrs. NeWe WHD-THRHUNG-DARING-DEATH DEFYINGKIDS

Yo ftc the Sttpte-roavefucfKv of 12 Il-cWtnc jwkeaatfob Smiths. Mexico; Mrs. Traer. the nurse. only 9950 at
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