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Title: Orlando morning sentinel
Alternate title: Orlando Sunday sentinel
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Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 60 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W.M. Glenn
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: December 3, 1947
Publication Date: 1918-1953
Frequency: daily[<1926>-1953]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division, and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 6, no. 94 (June 1, 1918)-v. 64, no. 32 (July 27, 1953).
General Note: "Inland Florida's greatest newspaper."
General Note: "Independent Democratic." Cf. Ayer, 1946.
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XXIII-NO. 31237 Telephone Ad ethg. Wait Ads 410 ORLANDO. FLORIDA. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 3, 1947 Editorial. Geaeral-Imforaattom Will TWENTY PAGES






I Murray Approves CIO New Weapons!'I 14 Killed 38 Wounded !






Bid For New Pay Hikes UnderwayLilienthal



II' ; In Arab General Strike




'::* Rigid Controls Dr. W. A. Weed Atomic Age





Puf on S Steel, Long Dies Following IllnessDr. Marks[By The Associated Milestone Press r Messing Up the Highway Again! I Fighting Sweeps\


The atomic age observedits


Iron Exports I prominent. Walter Orlando Alva Weed phy-, 62, a r fifth y yesterday birthday annivers toddling- Into Tel Aviv;


sician and radiologist for the forward with precociousstrength

Schwcllenbach past 13 years, died yesterdayat toward new Mufti Blamed

Urges Price Curbs Orange Memorial Hos- weapons new medical discoveries.

pital after a lingering illness. 1 new displaced persons and possibly ,

WASHINGTON [UP] Pres. Before coming to Florida In l toward "the ultimate secrets of | 'We Want War'

Philip Murray yesterday 1925 he practiced in Birming DR. WALTER ALVA WEED nature." I Heard in Cairo

flashed all CIO unions a go- ham. lie practiced in Lakeland . succumbs at 62 New atomic weapons made L&'jORfl.I4
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ahead to seek third-round from 1925 to 1934. when he County Medical Assn. the Uni- from both uranium and plutoninm. [Si The Associated Press;

moved to Orlando. are "in current productionand An unofficial casualty list
wage, increases when their versity Club and the Episcopal
Graduated from Maryland Med under design" by American showed early Wednesdaythat

_ _ contracts expire because he said. ical. Baltimore. Dr. Weed interned Church. scientists and engineers DavidE.
eight Jews and sUe
Congress and "the reactionary in Franklin Square Hospital of Survivors include: his widow Lilienthal, chairman of the ____ _
forces" will do nothing to stop in- Arabs were killed yesterdayin
Mrs. Madge Weed: a daughter.
that city. He also did postgraduate Atomic Energy Commission. revealed I{

flation. work in London Vienna and Miss Nell Weed. Lakeland, anda in a speech at Atlantic bloody armed clashes

Murray dropped his bombshell New York. Dr. Weed served over- brother O. K. Weed Anton, City. during the first 24 hours of an
Into Pres. Truman's anti-Inflation .,I
Ala. Arab general strike protesting the
seas during the first World War as Whether these atom -
campaign as Congressional Republicans weapons are I .* s5 /-' ) UN decision to partition Palestine.
a first lieutenant. Funeral services, with Dean
bombs and perhaps I!
or some new
to force Mr.
moving K
were Thirty-two Jews and six Arabs
He was a member of the American Melville E. Johnson officiating.
military use
Truman to tighten up export conJ I even more deadly off I
I were wounded In the same fighting -
e College of Radiologists AmI will be held Thursday in Fairchild atomic was not disclosed by I
trols as one means of heading off power which the
raged throughout
I erican Medical Assn.. the Orange Funeral Home at 4 p.m. Lilienthal, who addressed the
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higher prices. ------- day in Jerusalem and opened last
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I American of Mechanical
The Administration in what Society night in Tel Aviv, the world's only
i COMMUNISTS FALL BACK IN 'COLD WAR'I i
Engineers. j
If
may have been an attempt to all-Jewish metropolis as the fierce
Neither would the commission
beat them to the punch, announced I I Arab mobs apparently shifted the

that It was clamping In Washington say whether the scene of their operations.
French Reds Lose I "new fundamental data" to be investigated -
rigid controls on exports of 36 ; C ,, Hagana, the underground Jew

more iron and steel products i behind secrecy walls at ish group whose organized Army

effective Jan. 1. (fBi The Associated Press] (receding. A highly placed neutral : Emwetok Atoll in the far Pacific I \L helped British troops gain control

Asserting that "greedy profiteerIng The French National Assembly, [official said last night he believed meant that new types of atomic 4 of the situation yesterday In Jerusalem
I
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and monopollstlcally-con- overrode Communist opposition bya ,I the Communists were beginningto weapons were to be tested. said last night In a commu
lose their first big offensive in
Lilienthal said the U. S. has
trolled process" were giving Industry decisive margin early today'ithe French "cold war." nique that the riots were Inspired
"fantastic profits" Murray [Wednesday and approved-402: I In Italy where the press had spent some $2,500 million on atomic 'I by HaJ Amln Husseinl. the exiled

!said the living standards of the to 183-the first article of Premier. i reported Dee. 1 was to be the development and the total will mufti of Jerusalem.

Schuman's drastic five-part anti-. I Communist "D-Day" for a general rise to approximately $5 billion in The hirelings of the Mufti
"mass of the American people are
strike bill. : strike both in and
Italy
the next few "if this country
- years
.
have succeeded In turning the
steadily deteriorating. The article suspending for t France the Communists also "
Chm. Wolcott [R.-Wch.1 of the three months the present French I I apparently had suffered a sharp really means business. I first day of the strike into a day

House Banking Committee. announced law. punishes sabotage by a maximum , i setback. The fifth anniversary was observed of bloodshed and rowdyism"

that Secretary of Labor 180.000 franc ($1,5001 fine I As the workers began trooping formally at the Universityof the communique saiL
and three months Imprisonment., I back to jobs. however sabotage
Schwellenbach will be recalled today Only the assembly's Communistbloc : incidents began increasing and in Chicago where the first self- The vortex of the whirlpool of

for questioning about Murray's opposed It. a number of localities pitched bat- sustaining atomic chain reaction Holy Land bloodshed and v.o.cr::: '3

statement.The The vote came as France'j I tIes were fought between police -described by Chancellor RobI I : shifted from Jerusalem to Tel Ar

secretary had told the committee three-week-old strike" wave began I and militant strikers. ert P.!. Hntchins as "the most j I last night when a group of sevr

earlier that labor might be ,. significant event of modern I hundreds Arabs were seen raD4

forced into new wage demands unless times"occurred on Dec. 2, 19U. I Poundmaster the border between Tel Aviv a.. d

Congress gave "real assurance" t, Voluntary Gas Cuts SeenWASHINGTON Pres. Truman said the anniversary j GOP Reshuffles I Florida Orange the all-Arab city of Jaffa.It .

that price increases would be! I emphasizes the importance 'Kidded' By Goat? was generally believed that

checked.He [UP] An ad- Warne as the National Petroleum "of a vigorous effort to develop SACRAMENTO. Cal. [API the Tel Aviv situation would take

added that he believed newt ministration official disclosed yes- Council called on the public to I and utilize atomic energy for Foreign Aid Bill The dog catcher got a goat in I Curb Tightened a more serious turn later today

(, ware demands would be withheld terday that a program for the voluntary "take every conservation step pos- I peaceful purposes. I his net and now wishes he and one Hag an* source ..:(1"There.s
t. conservation of gasoline sible"-Including lower room temperatures I hadnt.
I I but I
cooking
-X If price eontrols were re- His statement was read at a something ,
and fuel oil will be announcedsoon. and slower driving. I just got to find the own- MORRISON C MIRIAM
stored on a "selective" basis. j Walter S. Hallanan chairmanof I luncheon in honor of the scientists.I! WASHINGTON came out tAP of House a party Republicans er:' wailed Poundmaster (Orlando Br MornIng Sentinel Staff Writer) doubt that it will"be served up tonight -

Rep. Gamble [R-NY.l. a committee He also raised the possibility the Council, opposed any attempt who developed and operated the conference yesterday talking of George Martin. "This goat is LAKELAND-In a drastic move Tuesday
of compulsory rationing and to impose Government con- going to be a mother pretty [Several thousand marched In
member protested that first nuclear chain In a converted making cuts in the $590 million
price control on both items if I son. She'll be kidding but to help boost declining fresh fruit Cairo, stoning foreign owned
Murray's plans would "simply intensify the Winter is too severe. trols.Warne said the first move will squash racquet court beneath Affairs foreign aid Committe bill the has House drafted Foreign I I'm not.* prices. the Florida Citrus Market- shops and shouting "We want

the inflationary spiral." Government and industry efforts -, be to call on autoists householders Stagg Field on the University of i ing Agreement Committees voted war." Axxam Pasha, secretary
That bill is $7 million less than ;
to meet the spreading oil and : and the general of the Arab League, quiet.ed .
adding: I petroleum industry to Chicago campus.Leesburg the administration asked and the' here yesterday to restrict separate
gasoline shortage were outlined by I save gasoline and fuel oJ: voluntarily -I the demonstrators by advising
"Wages and prices go up I the'
go up Senate
approved. Moreover The Weather
Assistant Sec. of the Interior shipment of U. S. Grade 2 orangesfor against violence, but promising
and nobody Is benefitted." I Elects House Committee voted to include i the two-week period beginning them an "abundance" of arms fora
i iI ORLANDO AND VICINITY
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officials aid to China whereas the adminIstration 1 "'
Commerce Department "regular armed struggle.
Partly cloudy, slowly I rising temperatures Monday.
I request was for $597 mil
said control the action new Iron was and taken steel becauseof export Citrus Battle Moves To House Three City Heads lion help for France Italy and today, tomorrow. The committees recommendedto [Student at Alexandria.and
demonstrated
also
the steel shortage and high domestic Austria only. Sec. of Agriculture Andersonthat Egypt
demand which. combine to (Special? to Orlando Morning Sentinel! I citrus interests will wage a battleto [Special to Orlando Morning Sentinel] GOP Leader Halleck. Indiana I Cracker Jim Sez: movement of grade 2 orangesbe asked the government to let

"bid up" prices. They also said it I WASHINGTON-Florida. Texas include in the aid bill these LEESBURG-J. L. Shelter and and Speaker Martin [R- Iass.] held to those included in the them go to Palestine" "with the
Been collectm of them
California and Arizona held a objectives: said the conference simply some Egyptian Army.
will out the -gray mar- I I
help stamp H. O Ferguson won contested City combination grade pack. which
ket" in steel which allegedly is council of war In the Senate Foreign 1. Make the purchase of citrus heard an explanation of the bill fancy dress duds to wear over to [At Baghdad. Iraq. where there
I contains majority of Grade 1
Commission seats in the election Orlando to that radio blowout a
charging double the regular market Relations Committee suite I for foreign aid compulsory rather and "sounded sentiment" without I were other mass demonstrations. it
price. yesterday and shifted to the Houseof 1 than permissive here yesterday. Paul A. Miller an attempt to bind anI I they're basin there Friday nite an fruit.The was disclosed the government has

Repreesntatives for the next j 2. Give the CCC some way to 'unopposed, was elected in Group 3. that is shore some job. Been doin I regulation stiffest recommended proposed a meeting of the Arab

round in their battle to assure square up its books-That is to one.Halleck said he would not be alrite with most _ _ this season was voted league political committee: at
Shelfer. in Group 1, received 394
Twin/ Siamese Boys citrus purchases for foreign aid. I reimburse the agency for any citrus surprised if members of his party of it but I can't over strenuous objection from Baghdad Saturday.
"Ie.
There was virtually unanimous losses it incurs. votes to defeat C. J. Knowles with attempted to cut the $597 million find no dress-up the committees' two Indian [Mobs at Aleppo, broke Into

Joined At Skulls agreement that the Senate 3. Validate. for the purpose of 194 and W. A. Rose with 92. Ferguson authorized by the Senate yesterday shoes that'll fit River representatives who saidit I Jewish quarter attacking cubs

amendment passed last week i iI food purchases. the application of was favored on 524 ballots as stop-gap aid to three me atall Most of would halt pre-holiday ship and places of business and bunung
BEDFORD Ind [AP] A physician to permit the Commodity Credit these here folks ments from their section. I
I :other standards of food value than to down Jesse Dooley in Group 2 i countries. by $60 million to $90 goods
who declined to permit use 1, Corp. to take losses on citrus simply the prevailing caloric : million "or more." out here has Jest Indian River market (In Lake Success. Britain agreed
growers
of his name reported yesterdaythe i I purchases for foreign aid will standard relied upon by the Army with 149. Holdover commissioners got feet that are the bulk of their fruit in straight to serve on a six-nation comm.',-
Siamese twin boys were born not serve the purpose. I Department in purchasing foods are Everett Boyd and Gene too litlle and I tee that will draw up a UN trus-
Battle Blizzard No. I or No. 2 grades, whereas the
here Saturday to Mr. and Mrs. I' The amendment is only permis- for Europe. In other words. the I Morris. Troops their shoes is so rest of the State uses the combina- ,teeshlp for the Holy City of Jc:-u-

Edward R. Speer. and that they ishe, and the CCC is recognized as ,vitamin content of citrus shouldbe I I In Search of Army C-47 tite my feet jest tion grade predominately."If I salem In accord with the tN psrtttion -
are in good condition. [distinctly not desirous of writing weighed in its favor-heavilY. November I can breathe in em. Hit looks like'it you restrict us to the No 1 of Palestine 1 1i
.A.. The doctor said the twins were i a loss onto its books. I just as its lower caloric content. : Housing I II KAISERSLAUTERN Germany : will turn some coolish but that grade most growers will have to I I

r joined at the top of the skull and The foreign aid situation is now as compared to wheat is weighed Mark Bests October I UPI U. S. constabulary troops aint gonna shrink them feet up : hold their fruit for the February i Red Sub Fleet Growth
I>in the of the House. and the I battled against time and a blinding I the shoes I been
that it was believed to be the first lap against It. II enuf to git in '
said J. J. Parrish Jr..
WASHINGTON [lAP The valueof blizzard last night in the Vos- market : Head
case in medical history of Siamese I tryin on. Reported by Navy
I that the
Tltusville.
predicting
houses completed in November! i ga Mountains in an effort to 10- I
twins joined at that point I Two Are SentencedIn Cult Protests Court was greater than in October bucking !cate an American C-47 mising I TODAYS TIDES holiday prices this month will be I WASHINGTON rAP;, R'3., ;
the usual trend toward a slow- ',since Friday with 20 aboard. Dartena b".ch a..ltad. Mew Smyrna Beach I the best of the season I operating five tunes as mar' F '!b.

Beef Price in Chicago / Gun Running Plot Sentence by Disrobing down in colder weather. Private Weak radio signals intercepted by' Low Tides 514: am ii and 6 09 p and m 1130 pm i W. L. Story. vice-chairman of marines as Germany had a* t a
I Cocoa Beach Tide High 11 53 a m and the Growers Administrative Committee ; Navy Ser< F -
Ga. lAP A residential construction completed search planes indicated help was : i' start of the war
Hits Record at $38.50 AUGUSTA Mary- NELSON. B. C. UP] Women 11 40 p m Low 5.29 a m and 6 19 p m
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he believed the Indian adG:1,
said In
land business executive. Karl J. excluding farm housing, was valued needed in a hurry.Hurricane Sebastian. Inlet Tides: Huh 11.53 am van said yesterday.
CHICAGO IAP1] Steer prices Eisenhardt. 50. and a former military members of the Radical Sons of at $525 million by the Commerce and 11-35 p m: Low 5.19 a m aDd 1I.1t River section would change its i he declared the Soviet UnIon controls ::

hammered out a few all-time record flier Edward Browder. 30. Russian Freedom-left-wing Doukhobors unit of the Department yesterday Strikes 11m Sun Phase: Rues '1.00: set S.29. policy and ship combination grade ] four large shipyards v' ; :h
yesterday in the regular market Amarillo Texas. were convicted yesterday oranges under the new regulation built submerwMes for the NazTonight's ::;,
at Union Stockyards when a partially disrobed in provincial Killed LOCAL TEM E.ATU.ES .
in U. S. District Court yesterday court to protest sentences totaling Film Studio Fires'Red' Portugal, 160 Maximum 74: Minimum 4*
load of choice to prime beeesweighing I, __ 71 Movies
of machine gun theft charges in 258 years imprisonment LISBON. Portugal API) A 117- lam uuu 5011pm I uu "Our price differential wouldbe
1.349 pounds average an alleged international gun run- 1 32 cultists for arson and imposedon noting Cited Writers I mile-an-hour hurricane struck the Jam: : _.:::-..::.50 50 3pm.2 pm.: :::--=:: 73 723am I wiped out If we shipped .BY'CKAf: Fun ,..4 FSK-T T" "'
sold at $38.50 a hundred pounds. I ___ ___ ____ S 51 555. T 55 9 57.
ning: plot. Eisenhardt was sentenced The average sentence imposed HOLLYWOOD rAP Dismissal Portuguese north coast fishing 4am. ___.____ 50' 4pm. ____ 71 69 them replied Fairish a member posyPu.. aid FM" T Fr..e M.
5 50 5pm. I
to two years and a day on each freedomite was 10, of Writers Dalton Trumbo and I fleet Monday night and yesterday II am a m.. _____u SO 6pm _______ 66 of the Shippers Advisory 5.53 7 55 f.57 5 f" -
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JAPJ The Federal, to one year.chne figures cited for contempt by the and sinking most of the vessels. am.____ 52 55 II 9pm--------p m- 59 58 i I He was joined by Warren T. VOGCE:: Fis a: 2.00. 3 I"J f nRUUO
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State Frost Warning Service last of Romania House Committee on un-American The bodies of 160 men had been 10 a m _uu_ M 10 p m, ____-u 58 Zeuch. Vero Beach an alternate 10 12 Bnan 17P F.' '
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night forecast rising temperaturesfor ;: ;I ; Army Gains Affairs. was announced last washed ashore by last night but Noon 11 am _uu______u_ 6 69* 11 Midnight pm uu_________ 57 58 'member of the growers commit- 7 3'sO. e25.> t.10. B*w to Kill I: ,
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Michael 26-year-old King of COME IN-EIGHT TO 80! I Atlantic City 51 33Birminsbam Lonisnlla S9 29 APOFKA: Fan and Fancy Free
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1 County Board Florida Farm Prices Drop Murphy Given


Gen. Meyers Faces New $10,000 Suit Florida Orange -
Because of lower citrus prices I month and 1.09 In November
: Asks CitizensTo the index of prices received by i 1946. Tangerines at $1.65 com- I
WASHINGTON tAP MaJ. of $30.000 on the transaction. To- Monday heard Mrs. LaMarre testify Florida farmers on Nov 15 I pare with $2.66 November, 1946. Life SentenceA
Meyers yesterday faced the Gen.//bey asked Robert V. Fleming, pres- concerning Meyers' allegations Curb dropped 18 points from Octoberand Lime prices at 88 cents per 1.6 ,
pect of a $10,000 court suit as a ident of the Riggs National Bankof she had been his "girl friend" and Tightened was at 195 per cent of the bushel box compare with $2.26
Federal grand jury pressed its investigation I Washington what could be doneto that he had set up the Dayton 1909-14 average as compared with' last year." Circuit Court yesterday found
Offer Ideas of his financial deal prevent such speculation in the firm because of her. Mrs. Lamarre, 211 per cent a year ago. I'I He reported hog prices declined Herman Murphy. :22! Apopka, guilty
ings with a war contract firm. event of another war. an attractive brunette who for- [Continued from Pace 1] This was announced here $1.60 per hundredweight from of first degree murder in the
Bleriot II. Lamarre, former Fleming said the Federal Re- merly was the general's secretary, said the restriction on No. 2s yesterday by J, C. Townsend Jr., October, cattle lost $1.10 and veal :fatal stabbing on Nov. 17. 1945. of
Final action on a. redistrictingplan "dummy" president of Aviation serve Board's Advisory Council, of said Meyers' story was a lie. would not hold down shipments U. S. Dept. of Agriculture statistician I I.calves were 20 cents per hundredweight :Roy Maples in Apopka. The Jury
approved unanimously by the Electric Co.. told reporters before which he is a member, had recom- I Her husband had asked the particularly! but would preventuse in his monthly! farm lower. i :recommended leniency and Judge
County Commission was deferred I testifying to the grand Jury that mended to the Treasury that bond i Senate Committee to make 'IeyI of that grade to "undercutthe price report. I I "Chickens at 39 cents per pound Frank A. Smith imposed sentenceof
yesterday until Dec. 19. i he plans to institute the suit to purchasers be required to furnish I ers "crawl out of here on his combination grade price." "The citrus Index at 73 per were steady from October but life imprisonment at Raiford
Between now and then the 1 recover $10,000 which he claims affidavits stating speculation was belly like the snake he Is." "I would like as an individual to cent is the lowest for November were five cents under November ': 'State Penitentiary.
public was urged to present, < the retired general owes hidt.i !:not Intended. Treasury officials I go along; with you" he told since 1940," he said. "Meat animals .1' 1946" he said.UEggs advanced Murphy was taken into custody -
with reasons, any objections to i>I Lamarre testified during the ,said previously that though such Already Meyers has been strip- Parrish "but if we want to boost and cotton were\ also lower seasonally to 71 cents a three- two years ago following the
a plan which was drawn to satIsfy Senate War Investigating Com margin purchases were not illegal ped of his decorations and his $550a this market we have to do some but higher prices were receivedfor cent rise over October and 7.3 death of :Maples. In the interim
legal requirements for equal mittee's probe of Meyers that the they had sought to prevent banks month tax-free disability pen- thing now." dairy products, grains, eggs cents over last November." his case' was docketed four times .
population, and which avoids ';'Dayton, O., firm was liquidated from making loans for such a pur- I siQn, and he faces further investigations Some measure of hope was and vegetables." I The in Circuit Court. He was taken "" '
placing any two present commissioners last year for $20,000 and that he pose.The ,I on income tax payments held out for Indian River undera The report showed that seasonal majority of feed prices to Chattahoorhee and spent
in the same district. !was due to receive half. Lamarre I' 23-man grand Jury panel both Federal and New York State. marketing agreement amend- .changes during the past month showed little change from the some months there being return'
Discussion emphasized a concern who testified he received only $50a .A .;L. ment that will permit separate had brought the truck crop price preceding month. i I ed about eight months ago.
for election results as long as three week as president of the firm i> ,, regulations for that section after index up 15 points but had reduced I "Hay prices advanced $4 per i
years away, and it was frequently : and kicked back the remainder of r- .... "'*.- xss Dec. 15. the citrus index 64 points. ton. but bran, middlings com two-dat Evidence trial offered during the
I that
stated that a commissioner wouldbe his $31,000 salary to Meyers, said "The average equivalent on- I meal laying mash and citrus pulp was to effect
he is now unemployed and has Minard F. Miller. U S. Dept. the youth had the mental develop-
"crucified- too great a x tree price per box. all methodsof held at October levels of $4.30.
change were made in "his" district -i been "digging into my savings" for of Agriculture field sale. for oranges on Nov. 15. I $5.50. $6 and $2.80. respectively." ment and emotional control of a
tive said that while child of seven. It testified.howe.er. .
but it was agreed that between i! living expenses. 1947 was 61 cents compared with i Townsend said. "Peanut meal advanced was
now and voting any com- I, Meanwhile Sen. Tobey IR.-N.H.Iassailed mittee can make no repreKnta-I'$1.68 last month and $1.15 a year from $5 to $5.10. scratch' the that while an inmate of
missioner should be able to win Meyers as a "piece of human dations specifically ago." Townsend said. I grains from $5.80 to $5.90. and i i Florida State Hospital heshowed
the support of new constituents. I vermin" during a Senate River until the e I "Grapefruit at 46 cents Nov. I mixed dairy feed from $4.90 to :' "no psychotic aberrations -
Orlando, with predominant POP- ( Banking Committee hearing on comes effective the Secretary: of 15. 1947. compared with $1.03 last $4.95 per hundredweight"ave ,
i Pres. Truman's proposals to regulate Agriculture can put through :
ulation, has had but one commissioner -
and could have four under consumer and bank credit. a regulation on the basis of A. B. Waggoner Home
\ Tobey called Meyers a "joy "other pertinent information." I'
the proposed change but doubt Photo Print Contest Set Todav
was expressed whether in any elec- I rider" who "rode to glory" by Foreseeing a flood of protest -- On Lake Lucerne Sold
tion the voting would be split on buying $4 million of government I It against the shipping ban on Grade | The first print competition of I i rate under both classifications n. I John D. Ewing and his wife.
a strictly county-city basis. t bonds on margin.Before air a/, .q 2 oranges Miller said he believedit the season will highlight the pro- Trembley said. Lillian has purchased a residenceand
The only commissioner to the Senate Committee would be possible to obtain a'' realty on Lake Lucerne from
suggest -I admitted profit"a gram of the fourth Fall and Win- !I The Camera Club head said it
delay Harry P. Withering- Meyers a "paper separate regulation that would' ter meeting of the Orlando Cam- is hoped that in the near future A. B. Waggoner and his wife Gertrude -
ton, asked "who's pushing us I a jY g.t1r.tnw satisfy Indian River shippers byj i era Club tonight at 7:30: at the I a "Box-Camera Salon" will be The transaction involved
"let's west of Orange to Parra- Dec. 16 or by Dec. 17 at the latest. $28,500,
now, but later said do something spur I Chamber of Commerce Bldg. i I held, similar to the pnnt exhibition : according to transfer
even if It's wrong", and I more St.. .between Central Ave. I All committee members indicated !, Pres. F. W. Trembley urged I which was hung in the Cham- stamps attached to the deeds and
Commr. W. W. Pharr said "I'd and Carter St. This would include that they favored such a course. i ber I included household furnishings in
members to bring their best ma- of Commerce Bldg. the latter
love to get doce with it this morn- precincts 12 through 15, plus 19. The committees left grapefruit rine or water scenes. mountedthe part of November. ; the dwellmg. The deed has been
,tag." Add to District Two, represented regulations unchanged but tight-I; I fild with the Circuit Court clerk.Men's .
assigned' subject-for the "The of the 'BoxCamera
Suggestion for ideas from the by Witherington, that part of ; ened shipping restrictions on tan- I purpose -
competition. However. a print of Salon' will be to show just ,
public caused Commr. E. D. Orlando west of Orange Ave. and gerines in an effort to prevent the ,
a general subject will be accepted what can be done in the way of Garden Club
A3x' movement of "lemon
a colored"fruit.
Central a !
Cook to "if get the pub- between Lakeview and
say you d
s p _
by the print committee of taking good pictures with the
of the Ayes. well a part of Orlo They recommended that I Hear
lic in here you'll get some as as I To HorticulturistH.
which Jack High is chairman. ever-popular box-Kodak, Tremb-
Grade 2 tangerines !
meet minimum ,
craziest ideas you ever heard in Vista. Precincts would be 28
your Ufe." through 33; plus 22 17 and 18. color requirements for the com- i There will be two, classes of ley declared. S. Wolfe professor of horticulture -
Cook also said that however the Add to District Three, repres- bination grade. | competition, the advanced amateur University of Florida, nil. .
change worked out, he would still ented by Bourland, a part of Orlando Size limitations of 250 or largerfor division and the beginner's give an insight on pests, diseased
have "the silk stocking district west of Parramore St. and oranges and 210 or larger fort' division. Many box camera fans Three Persons and the control of both when bespeaks
and that Chmn. V. E. Bourland's between Central and Miller Ayes, tangerines were continued. at the regular meeting of
district would be little changed, and.remove from it Precinct 22. It "Florida controls the tangerine the Orlando Men's Garden Club
would include 34 through market and should be yesterday regarding a possible Thurs. at 8 p.m. in the Chamberof
while Commr. Maynard H. Evans precincts
21 and 22-A. able to get top prices if post-Christmas shipping holidaybut In Commerce building. Roy Ellis,
said that "Harry and Wendell 40, plus i we indicated it would be discussed Sought City
IWitherington and Pharr just Add to District Four, represented I eliminate poor fruit," Ralph at their next meeting Dec. 16. acting president. said the meeting
I of Orlando Meitin, Zellwood, said, is open to the public.
haven't got any big towns. I I by Pharr. a part speakingin Marketing policy subcommittees i
Nr ,
The proposed redistricting east of S. Orange Ave. and b behalf of a more stringent were expected to have a report A search for three men believed
would: i I Its projection and south of regulation. ""'e should not allow to present on their consider- to be in Orlando or Orange County I I
Reduce District One now rep- !, South St. plus a section south inferior fruit to cat the price ation of a plan advanced Nov. 18 is being made by the Home
resented by Evans, to the Orlando of Carter St., west of Parra- I from $1 to $% a box." by Seymour for creation of a sur- Service Department of the Orange i..r a T ,
area east of Orange Ave. between more St. It would include the i The recommended tangerine re- plus disposal pool. but this also 1 County Chapter of the AmericanRed
Marks and South. SU, withHemorrhoids south half precinct 24. plus I $ quirement was opposed by the two I was deferred until later. Cross.
,- precincts 11, 12, 20. 23, 47, U, Indian River members on the II Sgt. John E. Bowman is seek-
42, 43.Add I same grounds they advanced, Story, who submitted his ing a S/Sgt. Eaton who served
to District Five, represented against restricting shipment of' resignation as a member of theGrowers' :j with him in Panama in 1945 and r J
by Cook, the north end of Orlando Grade 2 oranges. Committee last Friday !i who has knowledge of Bowman'sservice .
Don't boat auger without tram pataf trying& Itching CbliMraU.: Pile In fcaUUT a- as far south as Marks St., MRS. BLERIOT H. LAMARRE [center above], her husband At the beginning of the meeting because of having joined a shipping record, necessary for busi- /tf 1Y4r1QIIIAt.JiEW
firm present for what
was
east of Orange Ave. and west of Frank Seymour assistant ness purposes.
f."nlnatM ChiMraU MO&HJ tttru curbing sec-
Pa mlMriM I ways L cars pats and Itch- it as far south as Lake View Ave. [right], and her brother, Thomas E Readnower (left], all of retary-manager, informed the I,;, may be his last meeting yester Baron Bernd Luedinghausen,

ing.Help I.BMttr Btlpt shrink oral instated ion, swollen membrane Uwuei.mad>. It would\ include the north half of Dayton, Ohio, appear outside the U S Marshal's Office in committees that while the average j day. of Nurenberg, Germany, is try- YORK

allay Wo nnrottn Mossy back tnuaa- precinct 24, plus precincts 25 Washington on their way to testify before a Federal grand price brought by Florida oranges He presided in the absence of ing to get in touch with Gustav' I
seed CtoiHreWI Billets to4&7.Mtla4. oak you Arafglct tat through 27, 15-A., 16, 16-A. 44, 45, jury investigating the affairs of Maj. Gen. Meyers. Mrs La last week was 50 cents under last I Iyear's A. V. Saurman. Clearwater com- Rzihowsky, a relative and Har- HAVANAJACKSONVILLE _
46. IIi i average the price of Cali- mittee chairman.The old Addison Snyder is being :
marre is the wpman who branded as "lies, all lies, Meyers'statement fornia t' '
I oranges was down $4. j meeting was attended by sought by his son.
T; I'' Vo ,,- "'---l; i,7t, 'i- ,;-; ; to the War Investigating Committee that she was Shipments so far this season Dr. J. B. Redd and a group of 20 Anyone having any informationas _
rr --.1 I his "girl friend." [AP Wirephotol.] I are 55 per cent of what they | students from the citrus schoolof to the whereabouts of these New :Orleans, Miami, all FloridaYouget.v.rydu.ywhenyoutyNoonoh
I were a year ago, he said. Florida Southern College. Dr. i I men is asked' to call the Red Cross
GIGANTIC JEWELRY _ The committees took no action Redd is director of the school. phone 2-0711.
-
t ,psed, comfort, eom.m.nc., courteous
Truman Works .ervict.. M recognized air trawl l card

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Sale lJ d On Eve Of Trip i iti LONDON- fAPl American de- 'nations as Canada have full participation ': deadlocked following! Soviet

mands that Canada and South in treaty drafting and rejection of a French compromise
American nations take an active that all nations who declared war proposal on German assets.
BULOVA WASHINGTON [DPI} Pres. Tru- part in preparation of the Ger- on the Axis participate in one ; Winston Churchill who had
; nan worked through a heavy man peace treaty ran into flat form or another. He accused Molo- talked to Marshall earlier dur-
$50,000 STOCKOne 'hedule of official business and Soviet opposition last night dur- tov of making$ "disparaging re- ing a luncheon gave a dinner last
is the ppointments yesterday. preparingor ing another fruitless session of the marks" about some of the smaller night for the American secretary. I
an early-morning takeoff to- Council of Foreign Ministers.
nations! and their contributions --- -----
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laY for a brief vacation in Florida. : American sources !said sharp an American source said. ':

of Florida's Outstanding Jewelry Stores Bur The Chief Executive delayed I exchanges between Sec." of State I j Marshall reminded Molotov that'
his departure to launch the Marshall and Soviet ForeignMin. 1 !some of the small nations. notably
Says, Sell Regardless of Cost. Wto."ttee Eae.tl.eq A White House social season lastevenln& Molotov marked the meet- Iran had made substantial con-
with a formal reception ing which bogged down along tributions in making available
211w.ls for the diplomatic corps. the same lines as the Big Four ports and railroads in order to get Top of ,
t49so Council at Moscow last April. supplies to Russia. He said there
Starting Thursday Night at 7:30 P. M. He will board his plane The Sa- No compromise proposals were were many examples of such con- the Stack!
: j+ y red Cow, at 8 a.m. [EST and flyo offered. tributions and added:
through and | the U. S. Navy submarine base i j jit "We will gain profit from the
Saturday
if
continuing The ministers to begin
agreed
neces- Key West, where he plans topenrt '> genuine and effective particioa-
today's meeting at 3 p.m. so that Flavor-fresh L
most of his time. I j
sary, we will put up at auction to the highest Press Sec. Charles G. Ross said they could finish in time to take i, tion states.of They non-occupying will Allied i
provide
Mr. Truman spent a good part of tea with King George at 6 p.m. a"
bidder the I guarantee of the future
following peace.
: Marshall Invitation
accepted an
; yesterday morning working on the j No
agreement was reached but
from Molotov for lunch FrI- ; DIXIE
of a speech he will deliver on :
decided
craft jit was to explore French
afford the two
at the dedication of the day. This will men
and British rich DIXIE ddi the final!"
I proposals in the hopeof Creamy
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Over 500 diamond rings, 800 solid gold rings, ;H glades Everglades City.National Fla.Accompanying. Park at Ever- talks on opportunity American and Soviet finding a compromise. flavor.full touch to stt ming i
problems since the meeting In i The ministers agreed to go on stick of delicious paneaVtt. Eitra !
Fleet
.;_ him will be
with beautiful with
many stones, platinum and | sy Adm. Leahy Chief of Staff; Sees. Moscow when Molotov participated and peace then treaty take up procedure the Austriandeputies' today good-became it's made of the
Ross and Connelly; Judge John in Marshall's conference with farm Extra nufritiousbec.use
gold watches ladies leather 1 report. The deputiesr' finest products.
alligato.r
bags Prime Min. Stalin.
: Caskie Collett of the Eighth U. S. fortified with
I it's
wallets Circuit Court of Appeals; Stanley Molotov had rejected an invitation j I i
| pearls, clocks, costume jewelry, | C ldow Woodward State Department Protocol to meet with Marshall on RADIO I Vitamin A.Every.
;'; -Nil Chief; Brig. Gen. Wallace Monday. Soviet Informants saidit : .
plated and silver ; .
| sterling hollowware 8 flat-
,++ &tllsn Graham, the President's doctor: had not been convenient for SERVICE
and LAX :Maj. Gen. Harry H. Vaughan and Molotov to keep the date then. pound the year
ware many other items. 4 fp 1h Rear Adm. James K. Foskett. mil- At one point In yesterday's discussion : rut-Eftlcleet around is fortified At
s52' Molotov charged that the Gvaraateed Work -
itary and Naval aides and Pres. with Vitamin A. I rAlliance
Adviser Clark Clifford. American position had changed COOPER'SMusic

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Drop in today and see QUALITY built into exhibition of the Florida State edy School of 18th for century Scandal drawing beloved com- LADY-----SNEERWELL'S- ___un_ _MAIDTerrell Weaver I mates of County Home and chil--
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these fine Federation of Art in Tampa. and JOSEPH__SURFACE_. William Jay Barker dren In Parental home will be
sleep inducing products. manners shone with its accustomed MARIA h_ Patty Ann Jackson paid for. at ,
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Thursday through Sunday at the lustre and sparkle last MR$ CANDOURPhylhs StaroDm a maximum of $10 Installed (
RABTREE _h hhh.J. B. Bartlett per month, it was voted yesterday q 4 Hour
night at the Annie ?
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Floridan Hotel.Delegates S'R BENJAMIN BACKBITE by the County Commission
ter in Winter Park where it which
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to the convention presented by the Rollins Players SIR PETER TEAZLEFT.rWL.EH.kt:: took steps to end an impasse regarding Anywhere Service

DO WE HAVE TO DIE? Hilary from the B.local Garvin.association president are, Mrs.Mrs. as 48 their season.third offering of the 1947-i SIR LADY ROWLEY OLIVER TEAZLE SURFACE_ nn Jean James Ken Cartwright Fenderson Bedortha Johnston extra secretary pay for of H.Orange Stuart

I Florence Hudson George Massey. We came prepared for a I MOSES LADY TEAZLES MAID_ __ Pat Warren County Chamber of Commerce
--- - -- and T. Carrol Mansfield. Others. n. n Jack Belt and his secretary.
period of CHARLES
piece SURFACE
some
pretense Cha.
Thirty years ago in Forbidden who expect to attend are Mrs.i and considerable proportions. I CARELESS McDonnell Dick Hill I It was suggested that providing EsL 1932
Tibet behind the highest moun- Elizabeth Calvet and Mrs. Paul and went away with all our RIP.SIR HARRY Charle servant J. Edward Langley spending money for county guests NATURAL
tains in the world a young Englishman Burmaster of Longwood. forebodings happily unfounded.It WILLIAM, Joseph servant David Meifert in return for certain Jobs would GAS FOR
'-II named Edwin J. Dingle Under the sponsorship of the was still a good show after Edwin Granberry. Jr. be more ecenomical than hiring
.. was desperately ill mind and association 170 outsiders to do the work. YOUR
in a one-man show of years clever keen and biting HOME OR BUSINESSFASTER
body. A great mystic opened his 31 oil paintings of Mrs. Josephine in its humor and "debunk is another freshman at Rollins Circuit Clerk Arthur W. Newell -
eyes. A great change came over Regan will be exhibited in the ing" of 18th century society. and will bear future watching outlined a complicated seriesof
him. He realized the strange Chamber of Commerce Bldg. Sheridan's lines are ageless-the on the stage. steps regarding payment COOKING
Power that Knowledge gives. through Saturday. situations and epigrams are as Other stage successes were the Chamber of Commerce staff SILENT SERVEL REFRIGERATION

That Power he says can trans- pungent and effective today as scored by Josette _Stanciu._as,_Lady for work performed for the Or- ECONOMICAL
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form the life of anyone. Questions in the time of George III. ----- n-- "" ".UU1D. ai ange County Sportsmen's Assn.,
whatever they are can be The play is being staged every Mrs Candour and one of the prettiest and said the last County Commission e MODERN AIR CONDITIONING
answered. night this week, things in the piece was Pat I
The problems of health with a matinee on decision was vetoed by CLEAN HOME
death poverty and wrong can be I Saturday and .another success Warren as Lady Teazle's maid; the Budget Commission. HEATING
solved.In for Wilbur Dorsett. its director an The Misses Stanciu and Starobin *
; instructor in brought an almost professional It was then voted for County
his own case he was brought theater arts of the Natural Gas and Co.ORLANDO
I dramatic smoothness Commission to meet with Appliance
back to splendid health. He acquired Rollins dramatic: department. and under the Bud .
The setting is charming and standing to their roles which get Commission at a time to be
wealth,
too well
world-wide as as I elegant while the costuming I counted heavily toward the popu selected and with James N. Con- SAXFOEDFla
professional
tion. Thirty years ago he recogni-was sickas t seems authentic and even spec- Jar enjoyment of the production I. ley, president of the Sportsmen's 1249 N. Orange Ave. State Bank Bid*.
which in uncut form, Assn. to seek an Phone 4678
tacularly
a man could be and live. Once s' effective for a college is a little agreement. Phone 1252
} r production long for modern theater tastes.
his ,
coffin A
was bought. Years of
....... .. u ; Among the in Frank J, Entwistle. playing Sir -------- -- -
.U) UI.UlUOus. trOplCal levers.. young women Benjamin played by David Meifert and Ed
broken bones near blindness. Privation a geographer And today. 30 the cast Miss Jean Cartwright. tops for that Backbite difficult was about I win Granberry Jr.. added a touchof
and danger had made Jacksonville stood out like a part and tender ham that
a was
years later, he is still so athletic Gerald L. agreeable.
Honaker
human wreck of him physicallyand capable of much flashing jewel in a romantic as Sir Peter Last but not least. Ken Fendersongave Good
so work so youngin Teazle provided ,
mentally.He Flashes From Browns! old-fashioned setting with her more than com- hard-working +
appearance, it is hard to believehe petent and forth
was about to be sent back to has lived so long high color and vivacious man- I assigned workmanship in the task right performance as Sir Oliver Southern I ar.A
England to die. when a strange ner as she portrayed Lady i i to him Teazle who returns from
As a first step in their progress Central Florida's most A couple of I India to
message came They are waiting toward.the Power that Knowledge I complete Teazle. in.her_first major.._.,,_.effort.._ : stuffy footmen give the plot its main action. Cooks "
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for you in Tibet. He wants to gives.. Mr. Dingle wants to send to stock of cameras and -Miss
tell the whole world what he readers of this paper a 9,000-word Cartwright was-electric I delight 'em with-
learned there under the guidance treatise. He says the time has come photo supplies are here for and alluring, and projected her Best Coffee Plus FREE
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retire to this country with a for;I Calif Readers are urged to write STORE cast, Bill Barker, as Joseph Surface B world's DIXIE I I DIXIE makes golden brown biscuits
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geographical societies for his work I printed, I drop of villainy from his part with .. coffee each of these packages. fact DIXIE flatters tnt finer of

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SPECIAL NU"I"I\t; ; .
TOO LATE \mVets Meet v '
TO CLASSIFY Today I BRING YOUR NEXTPRESCRIPTION
IJ
l"o Study New RulesThe

Everglades River Of Grass revised constitution and by- | TO
Nearly new home, IIS. Bumby St. iws will be presented to the Am-
Vets for consideration at their regular MOSES
5 rooms, tile bath and sink, fireplace, Offers Interesting History meeting today at 8 p.m. in See Us It/EATN4 | I
he San Juan Hotel. The directorsif I R
double car garage with attached laundry room. If RUSSELL KAY the organization will meet at For AHEAD
First $6,000 cash takes it. Twenty-four years ago when I was on the staff of the 6 i pjn. at the Southland Restau- I I MOSES PHARMACY
i Your HEATING needs! E. B. Ilona
Florida Grower it was privilege to little ant.
join a
my groupof I I =No. 1-1101 E. Colonial Dr. TeL 23467jNo. :p': 3
By owner, Phone 2-0955 adventurers who set out to blaze a trail from West to Orlando BUTANE GAS Service JoI.u rad"
East Coast across the Everglades. Sea birds travel inland away 1012 W. Mobinxm A... Phn 2-1713 2-308 S. Orange Blosm. TrL 9552 BS2I31: I

The purpose was to develop'! '! publicity and: center attpn-: ravel from the out to sea sea, farther, away from than land.they 11111111111l111111111IIIIIIIIIl1111IIIIIIl11I111f111111111 I !!!! I l111111111f111111111111111i11j'TIME' t I =
- tention on the proposed Tamlami< --
- -" -
NEW PLYMOUTH ENGINES Trail.constructing At that a time paved the highway idea of I 1 1I 1y ,I .

across the heart of the 'Glades


245 Inslalled seemed contended questioned preposterous.its that feasibility.such a Engineers It project was is here and it's for 'YOU't

would be so costly as to make It
,Installation made by factory trained out of the question,
service men. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Enterprising chic leaders of \ fc FINANCE
both coasts wonted such a highway -
and believed that it couldbe ..
Orlando Fletcher Motors' Inc. built. At the time grades
had been thrown up for a distance -
DESOTO PLYMOUTH of about 20 miles out of , 2-4541 Miami and from Naples west to Via.:
1020 N. Orange Are.
the Deep Lake Railroad.
Our little group of pioneers set r.v .1
out to prove to -the world'that it
was possible to cross the 'Gladesby
motor car and we set out from
ANNOUNCESOpening
Fort Myers in seven automobiles
-five Model T Fords an Elcar
and an Overland.Led I ( UP
fJ: J1 of its Office off by the Indian western guides grade, we expecting Jumped - 12.

to reach the Miami grade in AA5
for about three days. With the aid
of a tractor that pulled us out of
the muck time and again and C. B. HAYNES, Washington,
of saws and axes that cut a path D. c., noted lecturer, will
SALES AND SERVICE through miles of cypress strands,
we finally did reach the East speak at Municipal auditoriumnext
Coast but it took us three weeks Sunday at 3 p,m. regarding -
instead of three days. two bills now pending in
That was my first Introduc- Congress to have Pres. Truman -
tion to the Everglades and I I
t:fs hate held a healthy respect forthem request adoption by the On Household Furniture, Equipment, Notes, Co-
ever since. UN of a World Calendar to begin -
To really know the 'Glades you I in 1950. The: calendar Makers, Automobiles, Trucks, etc.
have to live in them We surely
would have 364 with
days
offe
did, and as our grub ran out long
I
I before we reached our destina- "Blank" day and every month REDUCED PAYMENTS .
tion we learned to eat cattail roots I would begin on Sunday. The t' BORROW PAY MONTHLY
4 I swamp cabbage and a lot of other: meeting, sponsored by the i S :5.00 $ 5.28
native delicacies. Central Florida Society of Missionary 100.00 '1.01..
I -
But I didn't set out to write a I 150.00 10.55 r
.: EMPTY THE BAG I column about that trip-what I Men is open to the f 2CO.OO 14,07
Marjorie, public without charge. 250.00 17.59
I .I 300.00
IIr 21.11
WITH Everglades River of Grass, published T M. RICHMOND, Manager
during which Ortiz was an accepted -
last month
as one of the
\4 II Rivers of America Series. I member of the tribe He
I I Beginning with the dawn of learned to speak their language FRIENDLY PRIVATE QUICK AND CONFIDENTIAL LOAN SERVICE JI \
I play their and
I history Mrs. Douglas traces the games perform

area intriguing visualizing tory of the this lives particular and activities -I their After rites.a severe defeat by a raiding Service is the Keynote of
I of all who I tribe medicine men who had "TIME"I
through the I "TIME" is New-"TIME" I
I years have inhabited the region always been jealous of Ortiz per-
Few of us have ever thought suaded the chief that the defeat
I of the Everglades as a river, and was caused by the white man. The
yet it really is, a river so vast chief accepting this explanation

gb I d gN I I I bounds and broad a as river to seem of amazing without ordered But Ortiz him escaped condemned when to warnedby death I r FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE we will remain open until 8 P. M. every Monday, 1

rd breadth and practically the chiefs daughter He joined
k"r no I
, tbeg rbrdrMa Ir.Nof I depth, its bed an endless sea another tribe and years later was I Wednesday and Friday until Christmas.
ele 1F rescued by members of the De ,
f s' "'rre I of tawgrass' broken occasionallywith I' \.
j
efdyr bej pine islands and long Soto Expedition.
ver AlMr bon. cypress strands. I According to Mrs. Douglas I ACROSS FROM WESTERN UNION AND UNION EL'S STATION
Through painstaking research.I Ii this narrative was translated :
i Mrs. Douglas has gathered from into English in the 17th century I
every available source authentic I and published in London. :
facts dealing with the ageless his- I TI E rlNANCE SERVICE If4C.
tory of the Everglades region Everglades River of Grass
I
should have
From these she has woven an intensely a place in the libraryof I ,
tttd every Floridian and it might
interesting story that is
a well be used as a textbook in our 24 Wall I Street
I substantially authentic from a his- I
toric public schools. Florida is indebted -
standpoint.A
3-2529 3-2520
Telephone Telephone
I I to Marjorie Stoneman Douglas
highlight her
s tF P, ,+Po "the true origin was of the uncovering great, for this valuable addition to Flor- Not Connected With Any Company of Similar Name in Orlando
idiana
.+ d so Ameri can ts1 e o f th e w life captive I
and the rescuing Indian maiden.I
,d
h According to her story, this occurred -

soil white of man Virginia in Florida had where set long foot Pocahontasis before on the the I I "THESE PRICES JK J| [gg 1 ik | |"| W% ? "THESE PRICES

alleged to have saved the life I S
of Captain John Smith. GOOD GOOD
The white Florida captive was fwllHlllifci %
FOR A one Juan Ortiz, of Seville, Spain.A ALL WEEK" ALL WEEK"
survivor of Panfilo de Narvaes,
FREE DEMONSTRATION expedition[Ill years ahead to Florida of Ilernando in 1528 de, I "FAMOUS FOR FINE FOOD FOR 30 YEARS" ,

IN YOUR HOME I Solo].who Ortiz bound was captured him naked by to Indians a- Our Stores Small! . It's lammed! . .It's Over Crowded. But Gee! . It's Nice to See You

Call grid torch made to the of fuel poles underneath.But and applieda I I Good People Come From Everywhere to Shop With Us!!

R. H. ROSS, Local Distributor as the first flames seared I *:
his flesh, the original Pocahontas. SOUTH AT DELANEY PHONE 2-1742
912 N. Mills St. Tel. 2-1747 a daughter of the chief, intercededin I
.
I _
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his behalf She pointed out the .aoa -
Sanford: Tel. 980 advantage of having a "white I
slave" The idea appealed to her GENUINE AA GRADE ROUND'
KIRB* VWCU0M CIEANER father and he ordered the firescattered CHUCK '
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Navy Facilities Offered Radio SPOTT/-ACE>t)0) POSITN& M.& fJC7l-* FIRST (TT WAS
SOUR: PLANE IS of PRIME COAUHJM. YOUR BLOOD PRESSURE.
ICompletion I cC lDcnOp. 1- ./iM? TNEJ bUR! E .RDsaM;
of plans for availability training trip for Naval reservists Monday night's regular drill of EAGEfcTD M-MAXETHE AND NOW w.ose FLN ,.' ED'S i
of U. S. Naval Reserve in various shipboard drills, Including the organized reserve division, 1' F--i'LtGt-tt.OF couRseBuTn: P.' irHIt3G GOes
line "handling and I and heard preliminary discus- i) &v.v
communications facilities here to docking THESE: BLUEPRINTS OP Mtf 4SCReW 10P3 fl41S, TR\P'
"man overboard" routine. sion of a proposal for organization AUTOMATIC 8ED-TO HATJ? ""'--"LL" 'IlERle- 10 a *"****it
any licensed amateur radio opera- Former military personnel of I of a volunteer reserve unit 10 SE& THeiA LOST/ woRRY ABOlJT1kE **
tor has been announced by Lt. : xx %
the area has been invited as of officers here. i OR LIGHT BILLS
I AMY
Comdr. W. R. Conway USNR guests of the reserve division dur- I. Organization of the unit will be AAOE./
commanding officer of the Na- ing the cruise which will take I completed at the next drill of the JI
val Reserve unit. place on Lake Monroe and will :reserve at 8 p.m. Monday night
Li Comdr. Conway said com- last for approximately two hOurs. :,when a large number of reserve
'
munications equipment at the Nine U. S. Naval Reserve officers I I.-- I.r I.r
Naval Reserve Armory Includes living In Orlando. Winter I- -
much of the latest model of Park and Leesbnrg attended way said.
communicating facilities and I --
urged local "hams" to inspect .L
it and make use of it. The I
equipment will be available for Central Labor Heads RenamedCentral +
use and Inspection each week- '
day and each Monday night he
said. Labor Council of Orlando M. E. Oakland was re-elected !

cruise and vicinity has reelectedall unanimously to a threeyearterm
Plans for an afternoon
starting at 2 p.m. Sunday for officers for another term. on the board of trustees. r1 I II
members of the Naval Reserve Renamed to their posts unani- Other trustees are C. C. Jacobs I
Solid Color
unit for all former service person- mously were Spencer Locke pres- and L. F. Yates. II _
nel in this area also were ident; George P. Winston vice-
The Council also heard the
nounced by Conway. president; John B. Pnne. secre- i LL W0a ( I
The cruise will be made an-I tary-treasurer: G. P. Murray recording ramifications of the Taft-Hartley 6E1'TJG A 3'
chaser and A. M. labor law discussed CHINATABLE '
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((0rimtfrn! l jfloruhm ''rutiiirIibsb.d l cate some rather dictatorial means of safeguarding -j THEY WILL DO.I. I IT EVERY TIME By Hotlo THE PUBLIC THOUGHT

our democracy.Let .
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daily except Sunday. New Year's- Day. us remember that the Russian Gov- 7SIcaNUL54s52JOH.oH: BOARD OP HE COULPffT GO THROUGH
of July. Labor Day. Thanksgiving and Chrtstmat b Winter Visitor /Is Anxious
be THE
with all its must WINDOWS/THE
rntmet-SUr Co I Orlando Daily Newspaper Inc.1 at 131 1 ernment, problems, 65i-HlP! RK2HT THROUGH A NVLON LINE -HE WAS
:
I Soul Grant Ave.. Orlando Fla, scared-scared of our strength and of a ALL-vAMERJCAN B .
1 Altered) aa second-class matter at the Port OUice at TACKLE! CMONfBI<5BO/- FOURTH-STRINQ VMTER BO/
irlando. rionda. under the Act of March 3d. 1879. cooling world opinion, and worried about WARD BOIS To See More Police 'Courtesy'Editor
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ft EPHONES; AdV-r1In'; : Want Ads' ...1. CdjtorUl.eneral the failure of its big push in France and LOOSE A5AIN- LETHtMALONE- _ ,

Information 3-1681. -1R5 Italy to come off. That fear is very likelyat VOO HOW I SEATAMOO _ Orlando Morning Sentinel:

Subscription Price 35c. per_wk_ ,1JO yet mo ***JMAITW the root of the ranting attacks on American TECH SiNGE14ANDED&p< ( AS THEM YAHOOTECH? I just read an editorial you

t ANMRSIN. tatToo AN* FUILIMII policy.So SKa-NULS CARP HE NEVER GOT wrote in your issue of Oct. 17 entitled -
TRICKS HEWASDOINQ ;
C. W. tiNtrr. SaL Met. HINII BALM. E an OHM, Diticto. let's not try to trade insult for insult B4STSBINGRAPE The Police and Traffic Vio

; (AIL Ho....*... MiuciMa. E* MIITON J, AUSTIN. A.,. MM.HAIOL. SCHOOL lators. I agree with your editorial
the Russians. Let's wringing our
with stop
HAMILTON Cia.. Moa No tur COMSONW.Sic--TMA 11
and believe that allowance shouldbe
J. W LEMMOM. Cm C.'. Mu CMAILIS MIM.IN. PIUS Sun. hands one minute and blustering the next.It .
made out-of-town
for visitors
Ream F, WAITM. CIASJ. Mo, R. T MILLS Trro Sun._ isn't necessary. We've got the world's '
(4 u ? being unfamiliar with some of
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-- MemberTrrbT Associated Presi best system of government and the world's

< Fhe Associated Press la exclusively entitled strongest nation. Let's be vigilant to keep 1 ) your traffic regulations.My .
to the use for republication: o. all b family and I have been
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It or not them that We've also got a "coldwar" I
flew mpatchei accredited to way.
spending part of the Winter
et ,jtherwisa lso the tocal accredited newi to published thia paper 001Cm.and to fight. Let's keep cool as we fight it. 'a _ - i Orlando for many years and I -

All rights for re-publication of speaaJdispatches call two episodes when I

herein are also reserved THE MERRY-GO-ROUND ;-c : ;:. your police did not use good 101 THINK YOU

PAGE 6, WED.. DEC. 3. 1947 ment in censuring me. On one Please make your PUBLIC
casion my car was stopped
front of Carl C. Courtney's Real THOUGHT; letters brief. We

Congressmen Tricked 1' :i Estate Office while! I talked to him would like them typewritten, .

r Our Program and the cop came along and bawled double spaced if possible. _ _
Br DREW PEARSON out my chauffeur and myself TilE EDITOR. .
Eliminate of Politico I Job DupficoHo 4 4a
although had '
we no knowledge
WASHINGTON-A heavy turnout of Senators g" I
Goe.t.TODArSTHOUGHT '
ia
Lower TO.XM. Efficiency and Congressmen was tricked into attending a ,,,.' .. .4 - of Orlando, CofC Asked To Aid
lavish party at the fashionable Mayflower Hotel I WTfrE UATLO HffT 72? On another occasion I was being -

: the other night And after they got there several _- I '-4 ktAi cANTwch'Jc'r & pushed by the chauffeur! in State Industry DiaryThe
suspected that their dinner was being paid for by my wheel-chair and he crossed the
There be three things which are too wonderful ., : -- lii I ,1 1' EDdEWATEP..
> four which I know not: The way of I one of Washington's most notorious lobbyists. i street in the middle of the blockin Florida State Chamber of
for me. yea. a Ralph Moore of Texas. bosom pal of Sen. "Pappy" : order to take advantage of a Commerce yesterday asked the
o an eagle in the air: the way of a serpent upon OTJamel and Sen. Thomas of Oklahoma.Also K,' iLTiS .ynr. driveway instead of going to an 'Greater Orlando Chamber of Commerce -

rock; the way of a ship in the midst of the sea; they did not know that Moore, previously intersection where he would haveto I' to assist in the preparation

and the way of a man with a maid.-Proverbs exposed in this column, is now under serious investigation PITCHING HORSESHOES drop the wheel-chair-over the I j of the 1948 industrial diary of the

30:18-19.: by the Justice Depart- -- curb. We had no intent to violate I State organization.The .
any law but one of the Orlando I Orlando Chamber, as its

There! is no religion without mystery. God Himself ment.However most of the 213r cops came along and. gave us a I]part in the preparation of the

is the great secret of_Nature.:__Chateaubriand. .. w. stayed on for, their full fare guests of Juke Boxes Get The Blame good necessary scolding.for a I policeman don t think to abuse it is i I ,i diary i manufacturers, was asked and to others impress receiv upon

- - - - - - - - - - -
I I Relax and Cool . .. food liquor and propaganda people and I am glad to note from ing the questionaires the necessit _______
Let's Keep against Truman Sec. of State \ By BILLY ROSE head corporations have been doping out ways to'' your editorial that more courtesy ,of returning the data promptly to

PEOPLE to be I Marshall and ex-Food Czar Char- replace fingers and lungs with needles and wax will, be practiced by the Police the State Chamber's offices
AMERICAN seem I've been trying to figure out what Jimmy Pe-
I
THE of the les Luckman. trillo really wants The line "For Home Use Only," still appears on Department. think this policy
a rather bad case will help create good will for
What trapped the Congressmen your Two centuries ago, men who
most record labels, but there's no law to
stop
of what we mean hereis On Dec. 31, his boys are going to stop making City. served
jitters As a sample was that the invitations were : on juries in Cape Cod communitIes -
anybody from buying a record and playing it for '
phonograph records. Is Jimmy on the level with his JOHN I'
KEHOE.
taken from : were prohibited from
the gist of four stories one sent out under the names of five "
..4 profit. "For Home Use Only has been a joke for
shatter-the-platter program? Is he serious about Pittston Pa tobacco.
I chewing _ _
this -
news-not anexceptional day for t State Commissioners of Agriculture I
day's
his threat to close down the recording industry for years.Today
kind of news, either. But what the Congressmen keeps? there are 450,000 juke boxes. Their yearly

Rep. Tom Jenkins of Ohio introduced a 4._ 13 -didn't know was that Moore op- I don't think so. I think James is smart enoughto take is estimated to be $500 million. Of the 1.300 1 INTERPRETING THE NEWS FROM JERUSALEM

bill to ban immigration and visitors' per- Pearson erates speculative trading ac-of know he can't get away with that-for long. It radio stations in this country close to 500 have i I
counts for two of these State Commissioners j e never hired a'e mUSiCian. Practically all of
to citizens of Russia and Russian- involves too many unions War'
mits countries. It would also keep Agriculture-Tom Under of Georgia and A. GI too many jobs, and too them play records. Out of the 10-figure sugar 'Holy Fear Mounts
dominated |
I MacDonald of Texas. many people who want to 'TI/ 7fi''Y grossed by the juke box and radio the musicians .
won't let
out officials of countries that Moore also is suspected of subsidizing the Farm listen to phonograph rec- ,tJ&.1iI1. 7W" who make it all possible get the interesting sum of

American officials in. Commissioners Council, the organization which Invited ords. ,kO ,:4X5 nr .1 exactly nothing. Br J. M. ROBERTS JR. for law and order, and seeks to

Another Ohio legislator Cliff Clevinger, the Congressmen to dinner. This council was Well then, what is he fdf ? Let me scale these statistics down to one As tAP Jews Foreign and Affairs Arabs Anal,;-O]fight ]1 prevent patience Jewish now, with excesses.acceptance It urges of "

said that our occupation troops should be formed less than a month ago. and its total mem- after? human being.Over through the streets of Jerusalem I the UN plan for Palestine in the

withdrawn from exposed positions in Eu- bership is only the five commissioners who are Here's how I figure it in Jersey there's a middle-aged man wait- there is grave fear that their dispute I hope of greater gains later.

rope. He said that soldiers, whom he met all listed as officers or directors. Yet! these few Jimmy has no serious ..>lng on tables. He used to be one of our great jazz may set the whole Middle But both Jews and Arabs always

, there last Summer, told him they didn't poorly paid State workers supposedly staged one quarrel with the recording _ trumpeters. Twenty years ago he made a blues East aflame, and apprehension lest have held an implied
of the most extravagant dinners in recent lobbying companies. If he ra record which is now a collector' item. Almost it eventually involve the great threat over the heads of Britain -
alive and that a high-
: expect to get out history, also maintain a swank suite in the Raleigh wants a raise for the few every night he hears his old record on the radioin powers and the United States! that

I ranking officer predicted open warfare by Hotel. v hundred musicians who the hash Joint in which he works. A certain American military observersIn they might Invite Russia to help

November. old records he knows disc-jockey has been featuring it for months. This Washington are reported to them out.There .
This Is presided over by a grizzled curmudgeon make 4
I A former United States Chamber of C. C. Hanson of Memphis. who he can get it. His real record is usually sandwiched between a couple of be freely discussing the possibility Russia chose is no, for secret once, to about side with why

I Commerce economist wrote that Russia spends his time shuffling through stacks of beef is against the juke) -' -- commercials.Now that Russia may interveneby the U. S. on the partition ques-

has a secret gold hoard which she may use printed propaganda. box syndicates and the the take-home pay of this particular disc- sending the troops Jews. ostensibly to tion. One of her prime policies la

to fight the Marshall Plan and whichifshe radio stations which are grossing several hundred Jockey is about $5000 a month. Over the years protect to get the British out of the Middle

it be However. the suspected real power behind the millions a year by substituting records for live the phonograph company has sold several hundred That would create a situation East. For years, working
doesn't apparently-might
spend organization. Ralph W. Moore. made the mistakeof musicians. Under the Taft-Hartley and Lea Acts thousand copies of this platter. The old-time trum- which Britain and the United through highly organized cells

bigger than our cache at Fort Knox in an- coming out into the open at the Congressional there's no legal way for Jimmy to get at his real pet man whose lip muscles went bad after years I States, with their vast oil interests with headquarters in Syria and

other 20 years. extravaganza at the Mayflower. In fact he appeared except through the guys in the middle- of blowing, got $50 for the original! recording session I south and east of Palestine could Lebanon, she has been preparingto
targets
America is in a state of undeclared to be directing the whole dinner by signs fellows. Is that all he rates? Well, not in Petrillo's not ignore. A Russian military toe- step into the vacuum which
the recording hold in Palestine would be a would thus be created. She would
said Manton Eddy and whispers. book. And not in mine.
emergency, Maj.-Gen. it this 111 tell
I think James figures way: my
threat to anything at the first
comparable undoubtedly jump
information chief. On the one Later, when Moore was invited by this columnto The last time Mr. Petrillo pulled his boys out opportunity
the Army's records. When these jukeboxand
boys to stop making heretofore connected with her am- to outflank Turkey and
explain his presence at the party, he exploded. of the recording studios they stayed out for 27
hand, our people's minds are being poisoned shouted radio guys use up their stock-pile of old records bitions in Greece and Turkey. Iran and extend her sphere to the
he ,
; against our own institutions and Government "It's none of your ---- business i they'll send for their lawyers and tell themto months. The companies finally agreed to pay an This serves to emphasize the crit- environs of the Suez Canal.
receiver.
; he declared. On the other, there is a and slammed down the telephone find a legal way to do what's right by my over-all royalty into the union's mutual-aid kitty. ical question of when Britain intends This would threaten the entire
headed
Council is by
; The Farm Commissioners' And for couple of they did. Now the Taft-
musicians.." a years to get out of Palestine. August I British military position now being
threat of future armed conflict. Georgia's Agriculture Commissioner-gangling, buc- Hartley Act has put the kibosh on these royalties. has been set as the extreme built up in East Africa whichis

colic Tom Under for, whom Moore conducts a Maybe I can explain In a few.easy paragraphs This mess can only be cleaned up by the jukebox limit of her stay, with indicationsher an important link In America'sown

JITTERY TALK makes us won- trading account. A fabulous personality back in his what the musicians are beefing about and why barons and the radio station boys. For years troops might be largely evacuated :- I I world-wide, defense line

SUCH if we shouldn't all try to relax. Not home State Under is fond of printing Biblical I think they're right.In they've been making commercial use of records even before then. I against Communism It would

relax our vigilance, our intelligent efforts warnings, horoscopes and farm lore in his Statewide 1909 the present copyright law was passed.It marked "For Home Use Only It's up to them to The earlier the British leave ; mean where a critical the U.situation S. is supporting for Turkey -

to Farmer's Bulletin. set up certain ground rules for recorded music.At figure out some legitimate way of paying for the the more critical will be the ,
1 to strengthen our country, our attempt in large part, an army of more
But But there was nothing Christian-like in his that time music was being put on wax "For cake that makes them fat. Jewish positIon than half million men for the
meet real problems realistically. a
our savage attacks the other night on Pres. Truman. Home Use Only"-for mom pop and the kids. At How can they do it without violating the While they are feverishly pre- very purpose of thwarting Russian
declare a moratorium on the present practice Gen. Marshall and Charles Luckman-whom he that time there were no such things as Juke boxes Taft-Hartley and Lea Acts? \\e\l, I wouldn't paring their own defenses. it seems expansion.

of seeing burglars under every bed. accused of seeking totalitarian powers over the and broadcasting stations. The gents who wrote the worry about that. If they want to give the that for a time the Arabs, with A "holy war" in Palestine no' -d..

After all, we're a big, strong country. national economy. While the liquor flowed. Linder law in 1909 couldn't foresee that some day records musicians a square shake, their smart lawyerswill their British-trained and British- could very well present the world

Maybe we're not as strong as we ought to I vented his fury chiefly upon Luckman. The lanky would be played over millions of loud speakers and figure out a way. officered Arab Legion in Trans-I with the unholiest situation since

be. But we still haven't had a good shareof Georgian returned to the attack time and time would be the entertainment bait for hundreds of By this time the outfits that play records for Jordan and their vastly greater the defeat of Hitler's Axis.
numbers, will have the upper handif
our best farm land turned into a battle- I again as he introduced the other speakers. blasting millions of advertising dollars. It never occurredto profit should have learned that Jimmy is'nobody'sfool they choose war. Headed by -

field. We haven't had any industrial cities I him as the tool of a "great international business them that thousands of small orchestras wouldbe and doesn't scare easy. I think they can savea Brig. Gen John B. Glubb. who '

leveled by bombs. We aren't plagued by a I octopus"-Lever Brothers. which has hired oontzed out of jobs by juke boxes. lot of wear and tear on their nerves and pocket- works for the Emir of Trans- I H iflMcOHIEI'f'',
him as its 300.000ayear president. But the Victor dog first cocked its books for their
dangerously low living standard. We don't ever since by sending lawyers right away. Jordan in the British interest but ...
and Gen. powerfully independent of official "'I'
Linder didn't neglect Pres. Truman
have a dictatorship so unsure of its "perfection" -
British control the Arab Legion -
Of Marshall ,
in his stinging barrage.
I that it has to advertise it constantly. Marshall at WESTBROOK PEGLER SAYSTeamster la estimated to number be-
he snapped "The Chief of Staff of the Army
In'short aren't Russia. tween 15,000 and 45,000 well- ;
we
in the United States ,
the time is the only man
This is not discounting the mansizedjob able to remember where he equipped and well-trained men. She _
who has not been I IAcod.
Union 'Classes7By It was used during the war to put
I cut out for the American people and was on the day that the Japs attacked Pearl I down the pro-Axis uprising in ..,Awardl I

their Government. There is a real crisis in Harbor." I Iraq and also in the British campaign -

I Europe which is up to us to solve. There is In Truman's honor Linder recited a poem: WESTBROOK PEGLER cellaneous "Federal" unions from reduce his own pay from $30,000 I against the Vichyites in Shofwhywurbwortwa _

a small but potentially dangerous Communist "He wiggled in and he wiggled out; NEW YORK-Let us consider.as 11 the fold. These little cats and I 1 to $20.000. That was strictly a Syria and Lebanon.

menace here at home. There is the I "He left the country all in doubt today's lesson in unionism the dogs of unions, in the aggregate I gag. The mob never would stand I' The Jews of course can put

grave problem of keeping the United Na- i "Whether the snake that made the track contrast between the royal and i represent a lot of money on the I l for any reduction of any official'spay. up have formidable the brigade resistance.which fou&btwith They
aristocratic class of the Teamsters' I 1 hoof. More than $1,786,000 a year. ; Because they all aspire to
tions alive and working in spite of Soviet "Was going out or coming back"Throughout the British In Italy and
Union and the rank and file, personified Tobin was on his feet roaring. i those Jobs themselves, moreover i
obstruction. the tirade. the Congressional visitors by Harry Mitchell, who Release $1,786,000 a year? Hell i ino' any reduction would be a bad i also. If they can be persuaded to ON THE AIR TONIGHT

But hysteria won't help us do the job, I ate heartily of sea-food salad filet mignon, I drives a truck in Cincinnati. 11 i 11 precedent and would be sure to I work together, two touch guerrilla -

and hysteria seems to be the state that vegetables and chocolate ice cream. Champagnewas or 12 hours a day for $55 a week In the Teamsters' own financial : i give the employers evil ideas. So forces in Harana and Ir- aM every-wey.I.U"

served at most of the tables and an overflowof minus deductions. statement, the cost of publishing; they finally kept English's salaryat gun
our national thinking is approaching. That other liquor was passed out throughout the eve! :i In the November issue of The The International Teamster L> I $30,000. Not that he would have I am informed that negotiations 7 P.M.

state is particularly apparent in our Con- ning.. Cocktails were handed out from two bars r Teamster the official circular ofn stated as $243,313 a year. This I been underpaid at $20.000 or even I for co-operation between Irgun

gress. Its members squander their time before the meal, and waiters scurried through the King Dan Tobin's garbage is strictly personal pub $5000. when you recall that a and Hagana are under way in WOBOgIiboybyDff

chasing small red butterflies, to the neg- crowd with highballs until the party broke around : royal court Mrs licity for old King Dan. For several Cincinnati judge tossed him off I Palestine. Irgun is the militant
lect I I Mitchell. the I years, Lester Hunt, a pro- the witness stand a few years back group which has fought the British -
of bigger game. midnight. I f mother of four fessional newspaperman, was editor when he tried to qualify as an at every turn, and which is &-
Under placed statuesque Sen. Bricker of Ohio
:S to of Palestine
opposed partition
children. the oldest and imposed on the sheet auditor but admitted that he never ,
ARMED FORCES are below their at the head table, scoured the gathering desper- t l f. .. .. 15, said they some semblance of journalistic integrity : studied aUdIting. wanting, it all. Hagana stands more -

OUR nated peacetime strength. Nothing ately for other willing celebrities. He finally dragged <-. had not had butter But Hunt was too refined, I "When Pres. Tobin's term runs !

has been done about universal Sens. Wiley. Wisconsin Langer of North Dakota .I t !! in 18 months too educated, too ethical. An intelligent I out in 1952, he will have devoted Aa.we. C. Pr.vI.s. Pwaaie
military and Thye of Minnesota up to the honor table.I and that most of man couldn't help shak- 45 years of service to this union

training, though the President and the Note Fronting for Linder Ralph Moore recently -" their hays were ing his head or smiling behind !I as its president" says he! in another I F Former President I

Chief of Staff have urged it, and all polls called the Senate Agriculture Committee to meatless days. I his hand at Tobin's colossal love i of his generous tributes to

show the public strongly in favor of it. Our arrange to have the Georgia Agriculture Commissioner .-. 11 In the same issue I of himself and his attempts to I himself. And most of the! time on '
". Otto H. "write." the gravy train with his sons HORIZONTAL.. VERTICAL a ri"i I
blow off the diatribe before it. The I
Congressmen are too busy gunning for Red same T7M5 LA2Y I II
- -- Probe of Cincin- Tobin named himself editor. I riding the cushions on fat salaries : Pictured 1 Call again
Under could make his !
that
scnot-writers on the Hollywood lots, or committee replied ownarrangt'ments Peeler natl the sccre. and with a Winter palace in Mi- 2 Aloes
former president -
which he did. This is sample of tbe bilge T1 I p
to a
drafting bills to repel Hungarian i immigrants testify tary-treasurer of Local 100. admit- that Tobin prints about himself. ,i ami Beach. paid for furnished and I of Costa compounds p N I ttrii
from our shores. Note 2-Ralph Moore's income-tax return for a ted that this union, had bound I maintained by the Mitchells- Rica Rapid _ _
the cost of which Harry Mitchell
All this doesn't add to firm previous year contains an expense item of $10.000 the men to work for as little as 81 : 1! Cincinnati And most of his time Mimic "
attitude teamster
up a and thousands of other 14 Pass
for entertainment at the Mayflower which gives cents an hour. Recently they i on an unlimited expense account :5>>Plural ending tea ljJ
toward Russia. I out of wages of :
Firmness implies strengthand II some indication of how much these swank dinners struck to escape the starvation may pay :I for himself and his wife and a I 15 Amaze 6 Shakespeare
$55 and less.September .
self-control. We are beginning to advo- cost. standard Imposed on them by I I royal retinue of courtiers and flun- 18 Part of face an king; 22 Its capital is 45 Mexican serf

their union. Issue. leading story- keys. 17 Competent 7 Strong wind '- 47 Sea eagle

There we "have the extreme of ; "Convention gives Tobin ovation i( The financial statement does not 19 Foundation 8 Employed 25 Refresh 48 Departs JI

Orlando Momma Sentinel Radio Program poverty. in a tumultuous tribute to a tell the Mitchells a word about I 20 River island 9 Near 49 Higher
Now for the riches, extravagance -, great leader:' that expense account of the royal 21 Beliefs 10 Purloin "Brae 50 Repast

WDO taut WLOP (1230 ".o) WDBO nso) WLO (1130)CcuntBjisie WOltZ (7401 pomposity and arrogance. I I am not kidding That is ex- j court on tour. 23 Falsehood 11 Double 30 Enervate 51 Throe
I 00 Vtmt' --, "....ROYeJU. C'.. On A N.vt 3 U House Party Or.ndo: Matinee The actly what the old fat head I
bosses have print-
union
opposed 12 Within 32 Three (prefix) 53 Musical
IS rmra ' r Rnrlll* Hillbilly As though this were not 24 Manganese
C :30 Voic* :i ::* Vcws-RtTetU* Firm Krw* Orcl.'ooH'ntRu, ', Ersktne Johnson J. WVlDdPl'cooi I the Taft-Hartley Law which restores -I t I ed about himself in his own sheet 13 Revokes 35 Verb forms direction
f 4-IS Runt-News Johnson Family Studio Party enough of that for one issue, an- :ab.)
:45 Mew -8o t.>i 8in lB Mom Moditsiloc Prairie PrlfUrm ,
4 3O Dr Paul Two Ton Baker Studio Party : I to the rank and file some ostensibly in the interests of the 18 Exist 38 Each 55 Lair
other story starts 25Anent
'"fIO Tawa PatrolT "Interruptedby
Nw -Mu i<- CVack Nr' iMusiral ___
Clock uu 4 45 Alliance Church Adventure Parade Studio Party of the rights which the Wagner rank and file. 21 His country Is 38 Come forth :57 On time (ab)
? 40 Club - -- frequent applause Pres. To- 28 Bachelor of
'f 5JII..J'.a'.oL.t.. Mo Dlnit Devotions Soot SWOMZ ....n - S OO Amer: Sent of Mr HOiIH iris a Studio Party I Act obliterated. The drivers have Another sample ,
39 ab.
--' .. -American List 59 Verso ( )
7:48 PP-AP News' News-Easy LIa'.It. 740 Club 9 19 Amer Sent of Air Superman Studio Party I bin made his official report Arts (ab.)
-- before did Tobin
"Never
----------------- -- -- 9:30 Stock Quotations Capt Midnight Radio RodeoSports ,=:: I nothing to do with the appropria- I receive and so forth. Decimeter 1 ) .. .. r-r o--r-:;
OO CBS News --' Clock News Hrws. Mikes Mike $ 45 Lum ft Abner Tom Mix FishincS 0-- tion of union money for politics such a spontaneous ovation.
all 30 Walter W. Messent Klreble ::: Band News-W of the Roberts Da* Da Yea Remember; -COO- -Se isSportaf Kaye Fatoritea Fie. Air News I or the content of the union He tells how resolutely he turn- I There are still some matters to ''I (ab.) _ - -

B.'45_Break. : Bre .ties _Breakfast Time Do.mine Tea RememberAr te Record >-19 Lone Lone Rsnier3O RsnxerC -.: S S Kaye Kay Favorites Favorites Mu B ,Pennell 1c for Dining Reports : cations which they pay f PUbli-1 ed down a $10,000 raise and the I be reported and discussed by way '29 German city '4 ig- It

,I 00 CP and AP News People's Choice B'fast In Orlsede 45 Lowell_ .Thomas00 Sports Parade Snore, 3 Star_BaPulton : I They just pay the bills. Harry Mitchells and their wives I of showing why the Tobins and Memoranda ".. -11 i "
p IS Moraln* Dnotlon.. Editors Diary Blast ta Orlaade '; Beuah Lewis Jr Supner Club ,_,_ are supposed to be too dumb to others of his kind seeing their 33 Insect jj
, 30 Time Out for Mu e PuMlc it-mry 7 19 The issue of ,
ClevelanOalrts Jack Smith Drifting en Cloud Intide Story same The Team 34 Jolt -
a 49 Tears Sincerely stltchla TIm. Noises. Olasled" 0 1 30 Club l -Bob Cre-by: Arthur Garth __n On Win*. of Bone ster reports that I know that. through his unlimited luxurious rackets and royal prerogatives t u.
10-OO Musle' '-rY- uCpttl-- Bro.rD------FYd-w: ..'_49_Edward_14,,rrewIn.dSpnrt_ ___ K.Ito ,born I the American expense account he can reach doomed by the Taft-Hart Candle
10'IS MusIc for Yea ._ __ Federation of Labor adopted two I Willow ..$ ,........,
Claudia Fred Warms 8 00 Amer Melody Rr Scarlet Queen Musical Showcase mto the damper and help himself Icy Law are holding a gun in the u. 11 nJJI8l
10:3O Romance E!: Wrnt Say With Music Woman World 8'15 Amer Melody Br Scarlet Queen Musical Showcase bites to raise money to try toI I I I 40 -! ''t
ab.
10'U Try A find Me Say With Musle Woman WerlJ 8.3O Dr. Christian __ Quiet Please -_u._ Modern Con Hall destroy the to all he wants, any time. Thereis nbs of the Mitchells and the otherrank Epistle ( ) ir 31- _
iToortior.i'rm iTpost "This to. Nora Drake _8 45 Bill_Henry. Q P-BROooMd:.. == .en Con't Hall Taft-Hartley Law. no income tax on that expense and file to make them give I: 41 African town to -- f3I i
The ,
11'1" Arth.r Godfrey 0 Tell Tour NelchbT It.".. Debts. _. II 00 Old Gold Show Gabriel Realtor- -News ALL raised the per capita rakeoff. It is pure gravy. So he up the money for propaganda to I 42 Street (ab.) - - ( - 10I
11 JO Mornini litiodle* Club Rrndeirous Jack Berth __ '. 9 15 Old Gold Snow Modern Meld, trio Modern CTcrit H.nf tax .n more than seven million t' .
II'44 Rosemary YMCA Show Carle_Cornea Call's 30 Sweeney ft March Encore Theater To B. AnnouncedJ5 members by 50 gives himself a tumultuous hand repeal the law. They are desper- I ,,,43 Missouri (ab.)
f l-e0F.nB- Kate-Smlta News ft-Farm ReV ,. Sweeney ft March Encore Theater To Be Announced levied per cent and for his magnificent unselfishnessin I ate This law will not bother labor 44 Bit 15 - ; iT :. ,
II'IS Noontime Melodies! Hawaii Hannoclet! Ntvi" Farm Her IcF 00 Bine-Crosby--::::-Mr Faiorlt KM Blj Story . I a $2 million special tax refusing a raise which after but it certainly win rum the para- 48 Bean
, 12:30 FrIes Trent U. 8. Mann Band Vets News Re le1J.45 .. 10'15 Bins Crosby .._- Mr Fa onw Kid Bi. Story _u_ for the same purpose. The millions 'ii' 4T., '
.Our Gal Sunday U 8. Marine. Band Eelbrck Drifter_ 10'SO Symphonette1O 0.. Fratherstone Orcb Jimmy Durantsl0OBlSiterCpdrte __ I who understand taxes would be hardly worth having sites who have persecuted and FootWce part .. .tt. :!I"U
-- Foster-lntna UTevock 45_SympbonetteNews" __ Peatherstcae Orcb Jimmy_ _Durante__ the and desire to a man. in his brackets. lived upon the body of labor since 52 Observes ."Q". - - -
I:IS Ma Perkins Ferret Tline Betty Hams Show 11110 h Sports Parade News' from NBC Tart-Hartley Law the advent of Moosejaw the Great. 54 Strong cord H .s I' 1'1 ;;a .ia 50. 54
1:30 UP.AP News ___ Sil,er Sirmis _McCormick News 11-15 Report-Oreneu DeV,Inters Orch. Bill Pen Reportse nevertheless must pay.The I Maybe the Harry Mitchells 4'
1.45. Ouidioc Light Checkers Jan Belle,. It OJ'_Not_ 11:JO Eli,,. Farrell ,u :aa Km:on. Or. Mcrrr-Oo-Round I are as dumb as be thinks but : SSMissile 5 r - )) ,. M- - - -
"s 1145 liornPaflOIl..OTPhcotrs_ Merry-Go-Round cold financial attitude of : I SHALLOW AND SALTY 58 Ecologic 1.1t: ,
OO Wendy Warrea Oueea for Day Com'unity Duel ---- I don't how could 1 zone
3'19 Perry Mason Quern for Day Eddy Howard Or 12-00 News __._ Sl-n Off ..u__. News the union boss toward the cattle see anyone I Great Salt Lake was created by 58 Vindicate 9 3' 'c' - - I
_ j
*,JO McCail ea the Air Martin Block .', S. Hraderaoa Or. I2JO Dance Orrh ._ S Lan*.m Show in the pens was expressed when I'I'I be that stupid. of the earths Al- so. $1 I
settling crust.
I
t U Rase et My Dr'... Martin Block .-- Guy_1o."ae. 12 SO<< Dance Orch. Adnan Rollinl trio I ,60 Legislative ,
i "S.OO ttooMe .r Kwthla Martin Block __ r-ews -----_-=: = iL45D.nr.. ... Orch. __n_ Henry Heroine Or. Tobin was opposing a proposal to Then Dan tells how John English though it covers an area of 2000 bodies... wt
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Bank Financing Shippers OrganizeCoOperative 'Strong Marine

Foundation To Shift LaboratoriesFORT Orlando Site i

MYERS [AP] Dr. Robert James director of the James
Foundation announced yesterday his group has purchased 25 acres Delay Forecast force Stressed
oi land at Fort Myers Beach and will move their Clearwater labor:' ST. Group
atories here at once.
The laboratory devoted to industrial development of florida's i]dered:" HOLLYWOOD. FTa. (API It win fSr r al to Qri-! ::> Mr": ig Sent'Tcl] I WEST PALM BEACH tAPJ A
resources, will eventually provide work fur 50 scientists be said. I be next Spring, or perhaps early LAKELAND-Formation of a new co-operative ship- call for a strong Merchant Marine
Dr. James is known for his work during the past five or six yearson this Summer before the World Bankis ping organization by a group of Polk. Hillsborough Pasco 'in the "interests of national de-
development of a citrus concentrate. The likely to do any new financing and Hardee County citrus growers whose avowed purpose fense" was\ sounded here yester-
day by Capt. Charles Olsen, Miami -
-Ie 1 to; $ the Nation's Investment Bankerswere is i to-- ship IInnlv n. tnn__r 9 unlit; Y r..U...,..;.+." aas announc"ed: h ere" I Port director.
MacDill Trade Cited Cabinet Meet Off 1 which I told yesterday by Eugene R. yesterday.The <(" Speaking before the annual
TAMPA CAP] MacDill Field TALLAHASSEE (UP] The nds; Black, the bank's executive direc- concern known as Ethical i!I meeting of the South Atlantic and
is now"the largest single busiFlorida Cabinet's regular ;what State: tor for the U. S. Growers Assn.. has leased the local Beaverbrook Sees Florida Ports Conference. Olsen
not held Palca Fruit Co. packing house and declared that the U. S. Government -
ness in the west coast trade weekly meeting was
Black reviewed the bank's
area." Capt. George Byrnes. yesterday. All officials except pres- will begin shipments late this Another Churchill was; primarily responsible for
Base Public Information OfSec.. of State R. A. Gray were ent position and briefly outlinedits week, according to R. B. Short. I "fostering a strong Merchant Ma-
.. absent from the capital on future plans to the annual convention I Tampa, secretary and general In rine."
ficer. said at a luncheon club a* R. BLACK of the Investment Bankers I Regime 1950
meeting yesterday. business. manager. "The Government," he said,
Assn. of America and in secrecy
MIAMI UP) Lord
sion I bonk delay answered questions from among "We believe that top quality Beaverbrook. "shouldn't gamble with tbe fu-
Sanford Food Handlers' School Lauded ing several hundred bankers on the fruit will create a better demand British publisher and wartime I. ture."
floor. through which our grower leader, predicted here yesterdaythat I "Every port in the nation fa
SANFORD-The of the Food Handlers School being con- / On "
success
At members will make money he Winston Churchill would be suffering from progressive deter-
ducted here was lauded yesterday when the second day showed that nual Regarding future loans, Black said. "We are determined to ioration and the need for rehabilitating
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45 out of the approximate 55 eating places in the county had representatives 1 anmosities"f Pepper said: "In my opinion we have keep control of our fruit right back at the helm of the English and modernizing these portsis
among the 125 handlers and managers present. II j ent sufficient uncommitted funds on through the marketing phase." Government in 1950. acute:' he declared.:

Edward Kircher chairman of tbe committee of the Junior J lando Active hands lars, to around take care 500 for million the next dol- Fruit eliminated as unsuitablefor I In an interview before departingfor I I' Earlier. T. C. Morrow manager
Chamber of Commerce and the County Health Unit, sponsors of ] six months' or year's time of fresh shipment will be processed Jamaica. Beaverbrook said the 'of the Jacksonville Traffic Assn.,
the school said that today will be the last day on which the ; The yesterday UPI A circu Flor- our most pressing loan applications by the Florida Citrus Canners I!! Conservative Party would be reinstated i I painted a gloomy picture of the
session will t only Co-opt>raUve, Lake Wales of which i future of coastwise shipping.
be held.
the Communist from countries outside the in power by the next general I'
S. Shipping lines' he said,
Any food handlers who have completed six hours will receive ;for a "feeler" poll for Marshall Plan area on which we the new association is a nonmt'mI I I election in the United King- 1 are
plagued by unpredictable rate differentials -
might act favorably."As ber participant.Short 1 dom. Scoffing at reports that the
their lapel pins and bill fold certificates immediately after closing. members on sug- and spiraling costs.; They
said the association is
The pin bears the Inscription "Instructed Food Handlers. of Sen. an former Prime Minister was ailing.Beaverbrook .
to loans with Marshall Plan outgrowth of Ethical Growers, Inc. I i said Churchill'shealth are withdrawing from the uncertainty -
'* D.-Fla.l." I Europe it is of course Impossible and that 60 per cent of the 160 'i "was never better." [ of Investment!' in coastwise
Ban Overruled Sentence UpheldTALLAHASSEE The circular of the I for us to do any accurate planning members of the parent organization -I! operation and "living in a fast-
I of Florida until the Marshall Plan is a 'fait I shrinking world of temporaryprofits
hold stock in it. Membership
TALLAHASSEE UP] The (UP) The out Con of the Daily I accompli.' As this will probably in Ethical Growers Inc. is a pre- I!other packing houses would be acquired in foreign traffic."
State Supreme Court yesterState Supreme Court yesterday out I Oct. 22 edition not be until early Spring I can requisite for stock purchase. i as they are needed and can tI t
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day overruled a Hillsborough upheld the five-year I headline: "Sen. therefore see no reason for our doing I be obtained.
slaughter sentence of Robert tion. Fruit of members is approxi- I
Stars Defy any new financing until Besides him, officers of the association I
Circuit Court injunction to Laviolette, Miami father of In i March or April, and maybe not mately 60 per cent oranges, 30 I which was chartered in ;P I R E A UTO M O B I CBURGLARY.
keep Negroes from building on six children convicted of negligence al Dispatch; un- I until early next Summer." per cent grapefruit and 10 percent August are O. W. Lipsey, Dade BO
lots they own in the CypressEstates after his down tangerines. The packinghouse I. I SURETY N OSD'NEILsLEEs
car ran efforts reported Currently the World Bank of- City, president; R. DeHaven. Lutz,II.
sub-division of Tamyoung Donald Bashwiner on ment "denounced the I ficials "have been discussing several has a rapacity of six to vice-president; and F. S. Knaus,
pa. his bicycle. "bring . as a small loans with various countries seven cars a day or 3,000 to 3,500 Lutz. treasurer. Roy M. Watson, . .
+ A social t'hllllbertlrs, outside!' of the Marshall!' Plan boxes I'i Lakeland, will manage the packinghouse COMPUTE- INSURANCE. -
Student Veterans' Group Outlines Aims \ t"I to refuse 'I area." Black said without naming "Only fruit of members will be and Bruce Heacock Blan- SERVICE
racial i questions." them. packed," Short said, adding that I.ton, will\be\ field supervisor. MOHt4SOOJQa MET CALF ROC
DELAND-Before a serious audience of veteran traInees Fred
Owen Jr. acting chairman of the National Conference of Veteran I

.a Trainees last night explained the purpose and intent of the move- ,
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He declared that the national organization needed $2,500 to
accomplish its purpose in Washington Dec. 19-20 when two representatives -
of each State are expected to attend.
Owen announced the five-point program of the conference to
be: 1. adjustment in subsistence allowances: 2. veterans housing: 3. c
on-the-Job training improvement: 4. extension of GI insurance benefits .
; 5. Inefficiency In Veteran Administration. t

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20 Years In Its ShadowRAIFORD



[UP] Burial in FolkAfter he appealed this case, he
ston. Ga. yesterday awaited a was sentenced to die for the other I H t
convicted murderer who waited murder. : I
20 years for a death warrant that But execution was delayed by a
no Governor "ever got around to series of appeals. Chapman re-
." called. Last of several death
J. "'. Buchanan slayer of two warrants was signed in 1932.
revenue officers during problbl"Since then." Chapman said.
Hon days was 78 years,old-" a "apparently no Governor has Shotguns .
feeble harmless prisoner" gotten around to signing
when he died of a heart attack another warrant, and no one $79.50 to $82.50 _
in the hospital of the State I has brought up the case." .
,Prison here Monday night. Chapman believed Buchanan I .
His widow had the body quietly I has been under a death sentence 1j
removed to her present home for longer than any other prisoner in sdb'
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funeral services. I Florida history. I tM4W, m ,
According to Warden L. P. "The status had an advantage! %
Chapman Buchanan in 1927 for him in a way" Chapman said.
operated a whiskey still on his "Because he was under this sentence
farm near Perry, Fla.. when he he was not required to do
,- was tried and given a life sentence the hard labor assigned othe1
for slaying of one of the offit'ers.' prisoners."
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- Harry SitamoreTALLAHASSEE Begins Paroleof 4


[AP Harry Sit the State Parole Commission

amore who once made a lavish said Sitamore. now 52, will remain An Winchester Remington
living with his big-time Jewel I under "extraordinary supervision r. accurate, easy handling gun by ,
for the rest of his
thefts, was. paroled from the Flor- "
ida State Prison yesterday to take life. or Ithaca . and well made, comfortable hunting clothes
a $40 a week job as a warehouse He will risk revocation of his
clerk. parole and return to prison if he
He had served 14 years of a I goes back to Dade County scene t that help make it a successful, exhilarating day in the field.
40-year sentence he claimed resulted of the thefts which tripped him up
from an official double- in his career: of larceny, or to
cross after he returned more than I neighboring Broward County. .
the $142,655 worth of gems he was Awaiting his release yesterdaywere
accused of stealing from the hotel I his wife who became totally
rooms of four wealthy Miami I blind after Sitamore went to pris-
Beach visitors in 1933. I on and his teen-age son from
Chm. Francis R. Bridges Jr.. whom\ his father's notoriety was
hidden for years. They have been
living in Tampa.

Melvin/ Lottery I Sitamore had several aliases Bass and Russell boot -
and a long record of previous
Connection Seen arrests, but only two 'onicUolUI. R } $25 to 27.50
when\ Miami Beach police
By Trial Witness I nabbed him. I

JACKSONVILLE I API A State's He pleaded guilty to informa-
....> witness testified yesterday that tions charging he stole $81,000
tIII Richard Melvin shot to death' worth of gems from the room of
with his father at their suburban Bertha Keller $49,800 from the
home Aug 30. frequently kept late opera singer. Grace Moore
large sums of money in the house Parera. $8.690 from Mrs. Morris
and was "in the numbers lottery Miller and $3,165 from Mrs. Sophia t
business." Engle. > f Ai
The testimony was given by W. !
D. Lee, uncle of the younger Melvin Mating Call Rouses
in the trial of Don M. Stevens .y
Jacksonville refrigerator repairman Blast of Buckshot
charged with\ the slay- PENSACOLA (UP Buell Evans i aT

ings. quahfied as a turkey-caller first
Lee. whose descriptions of the class yesterday. Poking throughthe
shooting took up most of the day. i brush on a turkey hunt near r
gave the information when\ asked Pensacola he gave his version ofa k
by the State what\ the younger gobbler's mating call. His part
Melvin's business was.\ He said ner 20 feet away\ but denied visibility -
Richard also "traded in real es- fired a buckshot blast in the "' C
tate" and owned an interest in a' direction of the supposed turkey. MK
Miami night club.REDTCHY. I Evans was treated, for buckshot -f
LOWI Ne at.. Says wounds\ but was not seriouslyhurt. 1 4 1; -
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JIW FIRST NATIONAL BANK National Conference of Assessment I, .. .
Y.-', r.aru u..... u.nen .y.nw Administrators yesterday held a I ,
panel on the use of income data in ,
SKIN OF the determining of real estate as- "
sessments. Albert A. Gallotta. of r' 3-s 1 ;;
Providence. R. I., said the income 4 .
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MIAMI-This ole By country BOB HAYES boy's just checked in at I: At Dubsdread )1Ik'e West Virginians Baltimore Goes

headquarters of the Minor League Baseball Convention,

taken a fast glance around the McAllister Hotel lobby and I I After Browns'Franchise

retired to a typewriter to do this daliy stint while in process The third annual $10,000 Orlando -
Face Cafawba in
mouth. Open Golf Tournament gets under -
of closing my gaping '! way unofficially here today
There most certainly are two sure-fire harbingers of the
when part of the field of 200 con-
approach of Christmas season: annual baseball meetings and the testants stage an 18-hole qualifying -
BALTIMORE [API Bob Roden-
stretch when radio stations engage In a dizzy race to see which round to determine 96 posi- Tangerine BowlMarshall berg.president of Baltimore's foot.

one can play Bin.- Crosby's recording of White Christmas the most tions in the championship play .. ball Colts was enroute to St Louis
which starts Thursday. .
times. St last night to open preliminary negotIations -
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These doggone baseball meetings start as soon as representatives None of the so-called "name" College of Huntington. for the purchase of thiXr

of Just two of baseball's eight major league clubs or of any two clubs players will participate in today's : \V. Va.. last night accepted a bid St. Louis Browns' American Leayr': '

out of the 52 minor leagues get together, and end in much the same qualifying scramble. But it's a red : 4- to oppose Catawba College in the gue baseball franchise.
letter day for the 131 or more \ second annual Tangerine Bowl Rodenberg said he intends to

fashion. shotmakers who will be forced to u.k rootball game at Greater Orlando' confer with Dick Muckerman. who
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prove their worth on the fairways Stadium New Year's Night. owns a controlling interest In the
A few conscientious servants of the game will worry with such before competing for the $10,0001 I Larry Satarianno. chairman of Browns.He .

distasteful matters as business. of the type on the meeting's agenda kitty in the offering this weekend. the Orlando Elks Club's Tangerine

but the more lusty baseball men-unless they have a legislative axe i I Fifty-four players are exempt Bowl Committee. said Coach Sam also plans to discuss pos
I from qualifying.Over : Henderson of sibilities of the taking over ofSportsman's
task Marshall. acceptedthe
to grind-are occupied with the more colorful and interesting
Park
189 players had arrived bid via telephone last night.Marshall's by the St.
of either bartering in ballpla-rcr: flesh or cash. Louis Cardinals Rodenberg-
last night and most of them had selection ended a two-
It's safe to say without looking any further that every un- toured the newly repaired Dubs- 'T day period of dickering with wants to transfer the franchise

employed baseball man-player, manager business manager or dread Country Club layout by : E three teams in an attempt to held by the Browns to Balti-

whatnot-who made as much or more than $3,000 a season nightfall. land a suitable.opponent for Gor- more and would have no use for

out of the game at some time or another Is on the scene here There were several par-bustin' don Kirkland's powerful Catawba the Browns' park.

button-holing old friends in the hope of getting a good job next rounds turned in by Jphnny/ Revolta -s-n : ,.:. :: '-: .., outfit. The Cards now rent the park for
j
Henry Ranson and Chick Herbert their home
games. Fred M. Saigh,
!season. _ "Marshall:: came highly recommended -
If there was a baseball game in progress on every one of the on the front nine holes but to us," Satarianno Jr.. vice-president and principal

thousand Islands off our State's lower West Coast. Ill sw ar I believe the linksmen forgot their score TIT said last night. "If you remember minority stockholder of the Cardinals
the backside and began
cards on said
a fellow could muster enough baseball writers right here to score this is the team that defeated Monday the National
hitting second shots when the going League club would be interested in
of them. There must be 250 of 'em. Murray State Teachers
and report every doggone one
was rugged. -t..:.A:.. ..... , .. '' acquiring the park "at the right
eagerly drinking the hospitality readily proffered by Press Chmn. Slammin Sammy Snead <> : "i- :;< ",410.4c College 41-20 a week before price

Everett Clay and his aides and by the top-drawer baseball men with turned In the day's best performance AIN'T AS EASY AS IT LOOKS BUB! That's -[Our Owri Staff Photo Trover' Rollins beat the same Murray I _
team by touchdown. I thinkwe
fat expense accounts. when he carded an what young David [Bumpy] Hughes, one of Wilmington, Del., as the two met yesterday have one two good teams signed."

eagle on the 565-yard seventh last year's inaugural Pee Wee golf cham- at Dubsdread Country Club while waiting for I 'A' Loop Eyes
hole. Known in football circles the
John Ganzel the aged but still agile patriarch of the Orlando is of the nation's the as
Big news of the day howeverwas pions telling one topranking JayCee-sponsored $10,000 Orlando Open Green Wave, Marshall concludedthe

Senators. is here.John's Ben Hogan's aching back. professional golfers, Ed [Porky] Oliver of Golf Tournament to get under way today. I season with a record of nine

got something up his sleeve but he isn't talking aboutit. I The Hershey Pa...king leading victories against two defeats los- '

It most certainly isn't ball players he's got on his mind. because I money winner in the nation by a ing to Canisius University. 25-20 Opener Friday

all the way from Orlando down here he recited the names of and comfortable margin withdrew Junior Elevens : and Xavier University, 18-7, In
nomenclature of players already signed to an Orlando contract. 'from a foursome after one hole Notre Dame Clings To No. 1 RatingNEW the mud. -

Off-hand. rd'say John has enough players signed right now to and returned to his hotel for treat- The Wave includes on its roster The 1947-48 season for the City
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stock at least two clubs. ment on a shoulder that was both- Meet In Series i I Jim Wetzel. a halfback who Is thenation's Class A League basketballers open;.
lIe's down here primarily to see Cal Griffith vice-president ering him here last year. YORK tAP Notre Dame |II slung separated the two powers the pre- fourth high-scoring back Friday night at the Davis Annorjf*"
: to its ranking as No. 1 college i rious week. '
Ponte | The
with 108 league
Pete Cooper popular points. composed of four
who is representing the 78-year-old
Washington Nats
of the parent Vedra Beach pro. turned up withan Finale FridayMemorial football team in the Associ- Notre Dame drew 58 first | On the string of victories wasa I teams representing Bumby Hardware -
Clark Griffith at this conclave. ailing neck but was expectedto I ited Press poll yesterday and the two-touchdown margin over 1 JayCees Denmark Sporting

I took a look this week at the new baseball diamond John's been be ready to start swinging for and Cherokee Junior J Fighting Irish will be defending place votes and Michigan got I Cincinnati University. Goods and O'Brien's Pharmacy

working on back of Greater Orlando Stadium. The belief here is that pay by Thursday. Highs resume their best-of-three ,that lofty position as well as their 54 H. with three of the 129 experts under the sponsorship of the Or-

new Orlando baseball diamonds offers the tip-off on Ambassador Harry Todd. the gangling Texan ]perfect record when they collide calling first place a tie between lando Amateur Athletic Assn.
series for the city championshipand with Southern California Satur-
Jawn's mission to Miami. who pocketed $2000 first place I' the two. On the usual Gator Quintet Doubleheaders will be played

The relocation of the infield works of the new diamond money last year is not expectedto Sentinel-Star Football Trophy I:day.Sports writers participating in sis of ten points for a first ba-I twice weekly and the league's four
defend his championship. but Friday at Greater Orlando Sta- 'clubs each face 18
strengthens the belief. an game grind
; 1 the weekly balloting kept Coach vote nine for second and so Opens Season
When Mayor Billy Beardall. the City Commissioners and City gallery followers thought yesterday dium. I J Prank Leahy's all-victorious South the Irish which ends Feb. 19, 1948. In l"rlday's -
compiled 1,184 pointsto
Engineer Pat Herndon originally staked out that new diamond the : that Todd's absence would not be Coach Leonard Stith's Memorial I]Benders in the top spot by a mere 1,176 for the Wolverines. twi nbill Bumby Hardwareand
: noticed since practically everybodyin the JayCees collide
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Infield was jammed back up *in the* northeast* corner of the plot. Golfdom's Who's Who is here. eleven is one-up on Cherokee as j'''eight beaten points Big Nine over champions Michigan's com-un- Southern California, Pacific I Against TampaGAINESVILLE and O'Brien's Pharmacy at takes p.m.on

Today's qualifying round will they prevailed over the Indians t Coast Conference champion and Denmark at 9 p.m.
pared with the 30 which LAP The University
when Orlando trying to entice the Pittsburgh I points -
That was was under at 8 a.m.. and the .
get way 6-0 in their first clash. These red- ]Rose Bowl host moved into the of Florida basketball team Ed Boeil and Kerry Davis bothof
Pirates on a permanent Spring training proposal. and when the of In the I ,
number positions
1 third slot this week changing
hot rivals battled to a 13-13 draw opens a 24-game schedule here Eustis, will serve as head referee -
Pirates Insisted all they needed was a morning practice lot. championship division will be in second of the places with Southern Methodist when the and
a meeting two last today University of Tam- referee spespectively,
But now John and the city fathers have moved the Infield some determined by the number of Friday. Irish Wind Up ;which, dropped to fourth after I pa comes here for an 8:15: pjn. tip- throughout the campaign Lloyd

150 or more feet further out into the sodded area.There's non-exempted contestants who I missing its bid for an all-victorious I Hamate of Orlando as alternate

plenty of room back of the infield for. new baseball are last-minute entries. I season by playing a 19-19 tie with off.Coach Sam McAllister said that referee.

grandstand. Pairings for today's roundforall Winter Garden Texas Christian.The his starting team will consist of
who had entered up to 5 pjn I ; total vote with pablo fignrtes OB a the five Individual tickets sen for 35
Griffith lettermen. For-
rm Just wondering If maybe John Isn't here to sell Cal terday-are as follows: Drills For USC 10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 basis (fInpl.ce vote returning cents and season ducats good for

on putting op that $10,000 that Clark Griffith was dangling Pairings and Starting Times: Ocoee Battle In parentheses): wards Harry Hamilton and Bill all 18 nights of regular play go
1. Notre Dame (58%) 1184
last Spring when talk of a new stadium or grandstand was rampant. 1.00 a.m-Wm. Fetteralf. Shamokln. Pa; I 2. Michigan IS4H> _hun_ ________ 1176 Atkinson; Center Hans Tanzler. for $3.75. These are now on sale
Ellis Taylor Wilmington D.I.; H. C. SOUTH BEND Ind. rAP) NotreDame's 3. Southern California: (2) ______ 838 and Guards Lamar Bridges and
It could be at Denmark's.
so. Auld. Paterson. N. J- City Recreation
4. Southern Methodist _______ 14S Julian Miller.
I:OT .mV.c Catalmo.. Wilmington. 0.14 In CFC Finale ; football squad ran throughits 5. Penn State _ _____n_ 651 Dept.. West Central Plumbing Co.
u.u
Louis Palladino. Yonkers N. Y'; Bob final heavy workout of the 0. Texas 12) _ _____________ 5115 and Caldwell Sheet Metal
... -- ?- Works
There's a whole mess of people here familiar to Central Florida. Hay Louisville. Ky.
7. Alabama _ ___________ 531
. Ray [ACL1 Paschall was over at the railroad desk In the lobby. 1:1. a.o.-W.Ila.d John Delfino.Miller Wilford.Chattanooga.T.nnj MassJ The curtain rang down on nine today season for yesterday Los Angeles before and entraining the last B. Pennsylvania. nn____________ 473 Gomez-Matisi Bout
9. GeorgIa Tech 208 I
although the ebullient soul flew down . George Myatt. who made 1:21: .William.m.-.Curtis Thomas.Roberts Nornstown. KnoxviltoTennj Pa. of the Central Florida Conferencegrid game of the season against Southern 10: North Carolina---_====::======= 207 Lawn Bowling Club

Orlando his home last year is here as manager of the Chattanooga Harold Paddock Jr.. Chagrin elevens last week with Win- California's Trojans. The second ten-11. Army. 121: 12 Postponed Again
sissippi. 80: 13. Kansas and William Mia-I
Lookouts conferring with Joe Engle . Syd Herlong of Leesburg L.Falls...... Me 03 Kennett P. lumo St. ter Garden aryi Ocoee tangling In The Irish moved outdoors for Mary <3>. 6t each 19 California 55, TAMPA\ lAP] The Tommy Go- Holds Election .

head of our Florida State League and Peter Schaal. league secretary ..:2* a Mass.....George. Carl L. Hay.M_KnoxviHe.. Fitchburg Tenn. a postponed game Friday to end the first time in a ,,week weather ,North Oklahoma Carolina, 10, 19 State U.C.L.A.12; 17.. 8 Rite.. 20. Cataw-11. mez-Joe Matisi bout scheduled for Lloyd D Murray of New Brunswick

_ of Silver Springs are here . so is Pres. Jim Butler of the Gainesville Charles i .. Pric,. Washington. D. C. I'conditions having forced indoor ba 7. Dec. 9 here has been called oft
all hostilities within the circuit.Apopka's re-elected
Canada
was
OthrotumbIa Missouri 5 pres-
8 Utah
: club. Business Manager Grover Hartley and Pres. Dode Fuller t:IS a-m _....on Fleming.Jacksonville.H.t Springs.ArM Fla.. practice up to now. Oregon and Kentucky; 4 each, Minnesota: because Gomez has a severe cold. ident of the Orlando Lawn Bow-A
John Teal Blue Darters seemingly ,
Trainer Hugh Burns said Left New Hampshire and Wesleran 3 each Illinois -I Promoter Lou Fiscusi said yesterday
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of the Daytona Beach club: Earl Bussey of the St. Augustine Saints. Kay Raynor. Mt. Plymouth. Fla. ling Club at the annual meetlnn
t:42 a,m.,-Bill Dav'.. Hammond Ind; have clinched the conference Halfback Terry Brennan. theteam's and Tennessee. 2 each MuhJenbert .
Rumor has It that Bill Stelnecke. who piloted DeLand last N. Yj It. and Michigan State 1 each. held Monday. George H. Crofut
New York
George Stuhler. leading is the only It Is uncertain when the two
year. Is here with Fred Francis of St. Augustine trying to talk J. Macdonald. Milwaukee. Wis. championship by dusting off Win- II scorer on Danbury. Conn. was elected

Francis Into setting Stelnecke up with'a Class B or C club . Ran 141: a lll.l.m.-Dan Phil Thornton.Greonwald Pasadena.Lake Calif Bluff ter Garden. 25-0. last week to player action because who definitely of injuries.will not see Gives Viscusi heavyweights said. He can added be rematched it had taken vice-president and Stuart L. Hol-

Into George Haas, now White Sox scout and Jimmy Brown. now I :Ma Frank.m. Jerry Strata 0.5.0.Torington Port Conn.I Chester.. wind up unbeaten for a record of Taylor a ear to get the opposing camps Inter of New York City treasurer.

Indianapolis manager both members of Joe Stripp's Baseball I N. Yj Paul E. Box. Palm Beach, seven wins and two ties. The official in agreement over the fight which Two hold-over directors. E. S.

School faculty in the lobby . In short It's a baseball man's M Fl.. v I Almond Farina, Schenectady, decision rests with the Dick- Mercer Eyes Court ClinicCentral already was postponed once because Clark elected and Mrs.along Catherine With J.Cobb W.

mecra. . '.OJ a.m._:Starter. Timg. inson system ratings to be set up Mails had an attack of were
':1' a.m.-Frank MoorS St. Louis. M.-: Ward of Toronto. Canada and A.
at next week's conference meeting. Florida basketball pleurisy.
Walter Burk.mD.t..t. Mich4Ot. Return ToGridiron D. Yeaton of Portsmouth. N. H.
." Criaman. Miami .Beach Fl. Clermont finished second in coaches. players officials and fans
.:IT a.m..-.Mike Diet. Detroit. Mich.: the standings with a six one were treated to a marvelous exhibition The new board of directors take
Penn State Grid Hanes, Monterey Park Calif.5 Savannah To Have office at .
Cops Trophy Ray once.V7TF1FOR
Art Toepke. H._". Fla. I and one record and Winter Park Front of court tactics both defen-
I:24 a.m.- Ahck Gerard Jr.. Southamp trailed closely with a five one ; sive and offensive. by Chuck Taylor -
NEW YORK rAP Cotton Bowlvotes were Pennsylvania, 17; Ar- ton. N. Vj Ed Semmler, Washn.D. ._- and one mark. one of the nation's foremost Four-Ball Tourney
.
Al Houghton Mt. Rainier. Md. "
C.I I MACON Ga. IUP An eight-
bound Penn State only major allmy. 14; Columbia (6 I. and Rutgers, 9 11 a.m.-Idd.s Garf told. Cleveland O-; Other results last week saw Win- I 50-man hoop authorities at Davis Armorylast I SAVANNAH tAP The 1948 YOUR MONEY
point plan, drawn up by a
victorious football team in the William Urban Pottstown. Pa-j __
East. yesterday was named winnerof 3. Jimmy Hill. Sh....._ La. ter Park drubbing St. James. 53-0; alumni committee. was presentedto night. I Southern four-ball golf tourna- _....N..-
,:Ma.m. Cotton Strickland. Detroit Cleamont taking Groveland. 12-0; I Taylor long connnected with the ment will
the August V. Lambert MemorIt was the first Lambert award Mich Broyles Plemmons. Gain.. Fla-J Pres. Spright Dowell of Mercer be held at the swanky
ial Trophy. emblematic of Eastern for Penn State which will get a Joo Taylor. Bristol. Tenn.I Umatilla upsetting Tavares 7-0, University yesterday calling for sport in various capacities playedon (6.762-yard par-72. General Ogle-
:41 a.m.-Leu .;arbar.. Deal" N. J.I Gen St. Cloud and Ocoee: In a 7-7 dead- resumption of intercollegiate foot- two world's championship pro thorpe course here. Col. Lee R. William Penn
gridiron
supremacy. new trophy to replace the original WoOS Springfield Mo. Bud Lewis
The Nittany Lions received 68 of Philadelphia. Pa. lock and Mount Dora. whippingOcala's ball at the institution. teams in years gone by. the old Read of Louisville Ky.. announced

the votes cast by 108 football writers one retired last year by Army t:52 a.m.-Andy Cusick. Memphis, Tenn-j : "B" team. 13-7. I Buffalo Germans and New York yesterday. Read is secretary and
after winning It three straight E. B. Smith. Sanford FiLl Joseph I Team staDdlDU with conference games I Celtics.: Concluding the two-hour treasurer of the South Golf Assn. I
and broadcasters who N. Y.
participated Ruses Albany. !von and lost and points Soc and sjslnstTeam Scribes Announcers
in a poll conducted by the years. 'S* a.m.-Buck Worsham. Mamaronock e program was a film of several college The four-ball event was held FLAVOR
N. Yj Darwin White. Atlanta GajVirgil WLT Pf Pa I contests at Madison Square last at the Birmingham Country ..
year ....
trophy committee. Other receiving Others winners of the trophy Shreeve, Springfield Mo. I .
Apopks _____ 7 0 2 148 37 Name Tatum 'Coach
n-- -- Garden which Taylor Club.
since It was put up in 1936 by I II.M .m.-s..rs Time. t Clermont _________n 6 1 1 109 44 during It was won by the
10:13: a.m.-Henry V.rkl.r. Danville, III j Winter Park S 1 1 112 14 served as narrator. I Georgia team of Tommy Barnes
Victor and Henry Lambert In I Jack Taulman. Shelbyvillo." Ind. M,- _hnnn________ 421 t1 79 VALUED
50 Deer Taken memory of their father were Pittsburgh 1 Ion Marusic. Albany.' N. Y. 1St. Cloud. _-__________ 233 38 34 : Of Year' In SC I The clinic was sponsored by the Atlanta and George Hamer Co Mote
10:20: .m.-.c"arles Harmon Jackson.Mch3 I Mount Dora __ 3 4 0 90 78 Denmark Sporting Goods Co. lumbus.
1936 and 1937: Carnegie Geno Deh I Bender Jr.. Atlanta. winter Garden nn_____ 3 6 0 78 112 I GREENSBORO. N. C. rAP] Big
Tech. 1938: Cornell. 1939; Boston G.'; Err.e Ball Oak Park III. Tatarta n____ 2 4 2 78 59 Jim Tatum of the University of
10:27 a.m.-Johnny Gibson. Wilmetto. IIU _nnun_________ 0 SS 118
College. 1940 and 1942 rordham. \Umatilla 3 6
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O First n I MERCURY
n I Day Harry Won I. Chicago lll.l GeorgeBuck. Oroveland __ 2 S 0 48 72 Maryland was chosen as the foot- $3.65
nn Season
1941 and Navy. 1943. Westport. Conn. Dove
KnoxviHe.Tennj ; 1St. James _____--_--_- 0 6 0 7 174 ball coach of the year In the OUTBOARD MOTORS
10:M a m.-Tommy Wright ( _. .__ .__ 4/S QT. -
OCALA tAPl-District Forest John ..mu.... Chicago IIU Southern Conference in a poll of
O'Donnell Choice Los K........". Pawtucket. R. I. 137 writers and radio sports SALES & SERVICEHAGOOD
Ranger Jack Thurman said SO deer Racing sports $2.30 -
10:41 a.m.-Charley Penna Chicago lll.l: Scores Opens TodayTALLAHASSEE
were bagged by the approximately CHICAGO r rAP Peter J. O'l>on- F.h_Scharlau Torso Hartford...........n.'n.Conn.III.Her.man ; Schwing boro announcers Daily News made by the the Greens- BROS. Pint
newspaper
2,400 hunters who invaded the I
nell. turf editor for the Chicago tAP] Florida's
a m.-Chester Taylor. Plattsburg.
124 W. Pine 9664
Ocala: National Forest Monday Sun. yesterday was appointed gen- 111" N. Y.I Hugh Moore. Macon. Ga. Joa, OWGA Honors announced last night. 60-day dove hunting season will Phone
Kuhn Beck I.", W. Va. : Tatum a native of McColl. S. C..
first day of the month-long season
eral and director of
manager publicity : a. .-John Mu","". .....Ide. N. YJ open today in all counties except c4bIF 8SdssJ,11
In the huge preserve. for the Lincoln Fields Racing Harold Paddock. Aurora O4 A. F. : Mrs. B. J. Schwing captured' and a graduate of the Universityof Dade Broward and Monroe. The /
T. C Thomas of Palatka shot , Linger Jr.. Winchester Va. North Carolina received 55 first ::
Assn. O'Donnell. connected with 11:02 Dr. Melton. Lake City.. Fla4James low gross honors with a 92 in season closes Jan. 31.
a m. place votes and total of 334 :
a ) )
the first buck an eight pointer 20 .. .. IA1ll! ) (Q
thoroughbred racing for years, : Paul. Daytona .c. Fla.
> the sixth week's play of the Although Wednesday is usuallya
shortly after daylight on Salt will assume his new duties Jan. 1. | Fred. F.......... Daytona Beach. Fla., points. !
Springs Island.FREE 11:" am.-Start.rs Time.It Winter sessions of the Orlando I I Rube McCray coach of the conference | closed day in all counties except '
I ;It m.m. Tony L.n".. MtVernon.. Women's Golf Assn. yesterday | those in Northwest Florida's REPAIR SERVICECall "
I N. V:. Ken 11.......... Chicago, IIUTheodore : champion William and j *..o.e I
PARKING Basketball Scores Hose Cleveland.. O. I The competition. featuring a Mary Indians received 223 points third district Director Ben C. at ': .. WwtiLSpitsdsZ
11:21 a.mJoh..nll Weitzel, Reading. Pal.: kickers handicap between 80 and I and Beattie Feathers of North Morgan of the State Game and "Seoffy"
altinwr U. 50. Wilton Tchrs. SO.Wntcrn I Bob Stuhlor. Jamaica. N. Y.J GeorgeE. I I *.161>
90 and least putts was held at Fresh Water Fish Commission RRTTT'C
Just across the street from Michigan 54. Calvin I MLswrenc . Valuck. Detroit. Mich. Carolina State was third with 222. OR* A A d
and for customers of Tech M. Indiana Tech 4S.Cedarvili I II! 1110: a.m.::.Steve Vargo. Akron, O I Max: the Orlando Country Club. j McCrary was selected by the : said dove hunting will be allowedin 356 N. Orange ITI
Earl Mit-
Detroit. Mich-i J.
,* .39. Findlay 37.Cornell .. I choll. Knoxvillo. Tenn. Mrs. Jimmy Lenz with an 89 t tI conference coaches as the coach of all districts today.
CARLISLE HUGHES ? Clintcn Juniw Cel. .. M.I. I
I. C. ManM Hotiwy He 11:IT a.m.-E. E. ...11.. Parallel.. Kans-l I I was first In prizes drawn from : the year.Denver. i He said the opening and closing ,
SPORTING GOODS :' Ia'.J: SC. Pratt 4S. I Kelhty.Red' Donnison.Havertown.Chicago.Pa. IIU Limo!I the hat with Mrs. Pete Coke j I'days of the season. Thanksgiving 1
G..II SC. Airaustana CIIU 51.lerwn
Aid .ruddul C4. Great Lakes 32. 11:44 ..---Dick Neumann. Cleveland.. O.: second with an 83. Mrs. T. T. I IAVarlow Not Interested : Christmas and New Year's are
103 W. Pine Tel. 6814 xna M. Mohawk 37.St. Ceoroo Keyes. Chicago. lILt Addis' : Jr victor in the
i I J. Miiietto. Webster Mass. was open to hunting in all districts regardless -
Mary Minn.) C2. Stout Institute .S.urka In Missouri Valley Entry
,
.. 11:51: a m.-Frank PePP Jr. DeGrosMFarms. least putts over the 18-hole of special regulations.
HUNTING SUPPLIES . TOYS IIIU 4C. Westminster (M ) 45.' .
VU 41. TuUn* 37. P0.51. Mich: ; Harry Dee" stretch. DENVER (tAP The University'!
j jI
:
FISHING TACKLE REPAIRS Temas Tech I' Suffer. N. Y.S p. E. Farnngton,' I
Kings CoI......51.5$Nardm. Eluabtht'"Simmons wn 3S.MentcUir 3S.. Chattanooga. Teon.II . 'I I Mrs. A. J. Mooneyham placed I of Denver is not interested in join-, Last Night's Fights
--- :-- :S* mFrank Gornty. Miami. FIa.IFnak ing the Missouri Valley Conference -
Tcrs. M Orrw : first In the nine-hole bracket and i
P. Heyer. Chicago.: IIU SamDickson. I' CLEVELAND (AP) Esxard Charles. Uichti
. Chicago, III. Mrs. Edith Kelly second. Mrs. W. | Athletic Director Clyde Hub- heavyweight. < title contender was awarded i
12.OS P.m..-Nick Lazor Ak.0.; JerryGoss. bard technical knockout ritzy Pltxpatrt'k -
said yesterday. a over iI
THINK III f,1tJSlyeVeR AND 00 MY CHRISTMAS ShOPPlHG. $Savannah Ga4 Ralph Bond,: L. Story of Winter Garden came of Los Ancetos In the fourth of a I
C............. O. in with the least putts. t An unofficial move was started scheduled. 12-rounder before a sellout
ONlY .. .. Hostess for next Tuesday'sevents
Sam D. Chicago, III. | .
l'7lto. Fitzpatrick 175H.
1:2:11 ..... Valley circuit by addition of such
: : p -Willio Palumbo KennettSonar : to be held at Dubsdread '
10 Church at Hughey *. raj Otto Kohl. Ch.ca,.. ".,: Country Club will be Mrs. E. W. teams as Denver. Marquette and FEW YORK (API Kava Xstarxa I48 4,
12.2 P M. -Joo Kirkwood. Jr. Hollywood, Detroit. Hubbard said at first 'I Mexico City. scored an tlthf-round upset 1'r
Calif. Chnstopbor Dunphy. PalmB.ch Parker.
decision over Ruby Kessler. 146H. of
Fla. Tommy Shannon. 0. .that Denver might be Interested in
; .Brooklyn in the feature but at the Broad-
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ALL-AMERICA Sounds UP] Outfielder Jeff said that he would not recommend
Heath of the St. Louis Browns : '
has participation in the series )y Japan j Remains Closed
'; < been waived out of the American ; until after she signs the peace
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.f'< --- League. and the club is trying to treaty.
t : : 1947 trade him to a National League

Grim Warning team. Gen. Mgr. Bill DeWitt revealed MIAMI TAP Purchase of an interest For Second
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Day
- yesterday. in the Memphis Cicks of the \

Heath, a home run hitter of some :Southern Association by the Chicago

I By JACK HAND renown, had a poor season in 1947 White Sox was announced I HOLLYWOOD.
Fla. UPt Gulf.
MIAMI [AP] Expansion of the and finished with a puny .248 average last night by Leslie O'Connor general stream Park officials and horse

majors into two 10-team leagues. which prompted the Browns I' manager of the American t
\ met
owners
yesterday wu -cut resolving -
;; BOB CHAPPUIS p which only a short time ago appeared to ask waivers on him. No American League team.O'Connor their differences over mini -
I League claimed him so De- declined to say it it imum
Michigan . : nothing more than a pipedream Witt said that efforts now were was a controlling interest in the i purse allowances and track:
Pres.
took on proportions of reality 'Chicks James Donn. said there wou.d
being made but did
to work out a trade say that Ed Barrie
.
------- -- last night the be no racing today.
'- -- ---- ------ ,( on eve of the with a National League team. would continue as president and
National Association of Profes- Frank i Members of the Honemen'sBenevolent
Longinotti as general man-

F : I A ; vention.sional Baseball's 46th annual con- ball MIAMI congress UP1 yesterda The National reappointed Base-- ager.Thompson r Doc] Prothro, part stuck to their and of demands$2.500.Protective fcr a Assn.minimum

The Executive Council has actually J. Q. Taylor Spink as global owner of the club and a Southern Donn purse issued a brief statement

drawn up preliminary plans commissioner and George H. Sisler Association manager for many at the close of
for such a move for the purpose as United States Commissioner for years, probably will not continueas a meeting yesterday -
of admitting four Pacific Coast the 1949 season. manager O'Connor said. afternoon saying he would
I hold to a compromise offer made
League teams into the Americanand ,
Spink.
publisher of the Sporting which **
Monday
he termed emincntly
I National Leagues, it was learned News at St. Louis recently returned MIAMI rAP Pitcher Luther fair." -
.' )' from a reliable source. The from Mexico City where he Knerr, formerly of the Philadelphia ,
I i The offer provides a minimum
teams are Los Angeles San Fran- helped set as and Washington Nationals -
it.. up a non-professional $2.000 purse for the first; trn dar
Cisco traded
-, Hollywood and Oakland. training program. Sisler former was yesterday by
$2,200 for the next 10 and $2 FlO
Chattanooga of
-' manager of the St. Louis the Southern

A ,. 7' I MIAMI (API Presidents of the will again have charge of Browns the annual Association to Jersey City of the t for stream the final meeting.20 days of the GuU<

A_ ., 54 minor baseball leagues rested national tournament at International League for Catcher -
Wichita Kan. Andrea Fleitas and two other No member o the Florida State
their ,
'r-I weary dogs after 48 hours of I
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__ w players to be named later. Racing Commission was present!
.J i:3.:: ... ) -_ lobby pounding to hear George It was also announced that
yesterday that board
DOAK WALKER CHARLES BEDNARIK.. RAY EVANS JOHN LWACK Trautman, president of the Na- Adm. Giles Stedman had been apparent r
MIAMI TAP) The American As- ] adopting a watchful waiting polfc-v
tional Assn. yesterday lift a storm named commissioner of I
Southern Methodist Pennsylvania Kansas Notre Dame semi-pro
sociation yesterday adopted a par- in the dispute. However. it appear-
warning against further teams
expansion."As operating in the :
r Philip tial 1948 schedule opening April] ed likely that the comm.3Sion'would
of now the association with pines.
.. < 15 and closing be the only able
Sept. 12. agency to
'i 54
leagues and about 388
: teams is
"" >> ;:;, Gen. Douglas MacArthur had League directors voted to increase settle the tie-up.
going
a concern. Trautman told I
the endorsed the proposed global series admission prices for the The State 1\'illlose approximately
league in
moguls their annu&.lsession
among non-professional baseball Little World Series on a scale that $50.000 in revenue every day the
b. on the of the official
'-, eve champions of the world as a peace will run from 90 cents for the track remains closed.
convention
opener. "Our main job measure. However, :
MacArthur
bleachers to $2.50 for box seats.
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is not to seek additional leaguesbut -
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to strengthen all our existing+ J 1 11 1 Deer KilledIn

leagues." :Florida Coach Denies !Injured

v' ,_ Trautman. who earlier had Apopka Reserve

announced the acceptance of the f'" '
: c' to Or'cndoVr. 1
new Class A Central League covering Athletes
fi't Losing Scholarships
Michigan. Indiana and APOPKA-Members of the Apop
". I ,ka Sportsmen's; Club have reported:
D. m Ohio. advised the president toconsider j GAINESVILLE [AP] Reports that injured University 11 deer killed so far this season

,. realignment of existing I,: of Florida athletes are dropped from athletic in their Rock Springs hunting
PAUL
CLEARY RICHARD! HARRIS STEVE SUHEY BILL FISCHER BOB DAVIS BILL SWIACKI leagues to solidify their strong scholarships;

Southern California Texas Penn State Notre Dame Georgia; Tech Columbia position. I I yesterday brought a flat denial from Athletic Director and[ I reserve. The finest 8-point buck
Head Coach Ray [Bear] Wolf. was bagged by P. J. Moore of

*... The head of the minors feels I i Spartan burr, S. C., who was here
} "We have stuck by all agreements with players" Wolf I for the
very strongly that such realign opening of the season.
ment work should be done before aiu. j&uu uiKiiu uuiug BO. we Moore is a member of the local

the 1948 season but there does not 1 have not withdrawn a single 1 club and co-owner of the Big

Irish. Michiaan Powerhouses Dominate AP All-American appear to be much possibility of |! Stetson Opens scholarship because of an injury. Buck Camp.
Other members
such action. A committee working As long as a boy fulfills his agree.I bagging deer Include -
.., -- - on the problem for some time has ment to us by observing team j : T. L. Rogers. John Land,
not been able to make much head- i Tom Mahaffey. C. H. Womble
lr TED SMITS rather than individual brilliance. I a very hard man to get out of a Evans of the University of Kan- rules rid regulations and makesan : I lArlie Gilliam Bennett Land Gii-

[Associoted Press General Sports Editor] I The 1947 season was distin- i play. Many consider him on a par lsas. This versatile player is six way.Rounding Season FridayI honest effort on the field, we;len McClure Wilson Hamrlck,
with Davis and Harris. Malachi out his first year in i will carry every part of our agreement
NEW YORK LAP Notre Dame guished from past years by break- eet, one and one-half. weighs 191 will deliver his Jack Gilliam and A. M. Clark
I office Trautman with him.
,Mills, Virginia Military Institute and is 24 years old. He can pass 'Mark Jr.
Ryan had the
and Michigan. as befits the victorious -! honor of
all attendance when the del-
ing records, i annual report today
even 'tackle teamed with led Five Florida players side
Czarobski. with the best, is a bruising I I [ TO Or'-ndo Morr ng Ser' neil were :; killing the first turkey of the sea.
records of these Midwestern those of lush 1946 by its i 2.000 strong, convenein
; great the Southern team throughout the blocker s ad a strong defensive egates. some lined permanently by Injuries this'son
football giants dominate the 'crop of pass catching ends; by official session, it is expected to i DELAND-The Maroons Of the
I' season and himself exemplifiedthe back-but it is as a runner that year. Four of them remain in on
1947 Associated Press All-America a powerful group of centers of I rarest of personal determination. he earns his place in the first I 1 be a harmonious session with little i College of Charleston bring one athletic scholarships and the fifth:1

squad announced yesterday. I j almost equal ability; and by the t When he was seven years team backfield. > difference of opinion on the long ;'. allState"eteran and six other |I I resigned from the squad and from: CAR OWNERS

'j Johnny Lujack. Notre Dame's I high level of backfield performance !old he was run over by a truck Only scphomore in the other- list of amendments. lettermen to DeLand Friday night I the university on his own decision,

superb T formation quarterback. dominating without.figure however.cast a in single the and his left leg badly mangled.He wise all-senior: first team backfield i It was apparent that the Pacific .to meet the Hatter quintet in the i]I r officials said. I Don't Be Denied the Right
was given little chance to Doak Walker of Southern | Coast League's resolution asking
Is the only repeater from 1946. and During the year nine othe:
mold of such heroes as Red :walk ret he went to be big league status will be bypassedwith !: basketball season's opener. Stet-i : To Drive Your
is Joined on the first team by on a Methodist has been acclaimed by ,[ players withdrew from the squad Carl!
William Fischer. sturdy Irish Grange, Dutch Clark, or more recently -j football star.George many experts as '"the best back the minors awaiting actionby son matches the visitors from S. Seven dropped out of their own \

guard. Notre Dame's tackles Army's Felix Blanchardand I Connor, Notre Dame of the year." He weighs only 175 the major leagues before committing C. in lettermen with seven sophomores | volition for personal reasons;,, The best way to protect yourself -
Glenn Davis. There is in fact
Ziggy Czarobskl and George Connor little to choose between the I tackle who made the first All- pounds stands five feet, eleven i themselves. I all well broken in last while two were forced out because:'' Is with an American Fire

are on the second and third on the All-America backfields jnen I i America in 1946 was a strong factor and does everything-passes, runs I I The International League led the year. ; of scholastic requirements.;: Al[]I[I & Casualty Company policy.

teams. I/I down to the third team. [ in the Irish line but most ob- spectacularly. blocks punts and is ']I way for such action by agreeing ;| i ii I players still had tHeir scholarships SAVE MONEY-Brint rwir _t.r Inll
Master of Michigan's ofense. II I servers felt he was not quite up a key defensive man. Much will : not to stand in the way of the i The local team will be meeting I;| at the time of their resig- .....1 number.. F.ur iM ntit. .. 5a y

Bob Chappuls, is in the first backfield The new rule lifting aU bars 'to his standards of last year. probably be heard from him in PCL's advance if acceptable to the ': tough opopsition early in the year j I i I nations. th'I premium.DON

with Bob Mann. Michigan's t on substitutions meant that the Johnny Ferraro of Southern California the coming two years. big boys. If they are given approval j with the Maroons offering the i I I I r MOTT

great offensive end. and Chalmers "iron men" of yesteryear have placed with Connor on the I The first team reflects the on a probationary basis. the International same team that won them laurels I II 1 Curler] Lambeau Is in his 29th
in their home state
Elliott regarded by many as aback disappeared and specialists in third team. is another football I college attendance of war veterans. wants to be assured j I last year. consecutive year as coach of the : Pb. 811C 128 S. Court St.
almost the of all phases of the game have tak- giant, weighing 240 and six feet. that the coast loop will not draft i Stetson Coach Ben demons will Green Bay Packers.
equal Chap- for the average age is 22compared I ; ask Orlando Air Base to switch .
en their place.Carrying I - - -
four inches tall. Another good its players.
puis, on the second team. Lenny with an average of the Army-Hatter scheduled
Ford. Michigan's towering defensive specialization to Its I tackle is John Kissell of Boston 20.6 in 1915. Two of its members While the minors finally were for Dec. 10 to De.game 9, or if necessary I II

,-' end. is on the third team. ultimate is Swiacki first team College, brother of Veto Kissell. are 25. Although the modern getting down to business, the lobbyin to cancel the game in order I etz

Thus each has four on the end. called by his coach. Lou: I Holy Cross fullback. game emphasizes speed, the convention headquarters was that basketball expert "Chuck" I

squad. with Notre Dame the Little, "as good a receiver as I've i Stajwart In Penn State's line first team averages-202 pounds, eye-high in cigar smoke. The usual Taylor can meet with the Stetson

nly college to place two on ever seen on any team in college, I and a prime factor in leading a slight increase over last year's I, trade rumors spread but there was I i team on the 10th.
the first team. school or pro ranks." Swiacki's: the Xittany Lions to an undefeated 199. \ little progress made. I

ability to gather In the ball rain I I season was Steve Suhey.I Mgr. Eddie Dyer of the Cardinals -
If the first team backfield could
Other first team members are: or shine, running or falling, over I who carries 210 pounds on his I,j who will continue to boss i Two Reserves Resign
be stretched to include five
Paul Cleary. Southern California, his head or at his shoelaces, lifted I I five foot eleven inch frame. He men I r the club from the field and acton I

and Bill Swiacki Columbia ends: Columbia's team from mediocrity. I was the first man down the field it Mississippi would take who Charles holds the Conerly distinc-of I i i I II ; an advisory board for owners I From Florida Eleven

Bob Davis. Georgia Tech. and Defensively Swiacki is sound but on kick-offs and sometimes beat I i' Bob Hanneran and Will Wal-
Dick Harris Texas tackles; Steve not spectacular.At I the ends. tion of setting a new college record singham. Joe Mathes and the re- GAINESVILLE TAP The volun-I

Suhey. Penn State guard; Charles the other end Is Paul Cleary I for completed passes-a total I i', tired Sam Breadon wants avj :,itary resignations of Louis Piroz- I
Bednarik Pennsylvania center I Fast and heavy, William Fischer 'of 120 for 1186 yards in the first I
; of Southern California first baseman. I zolo and Eldridge Beach from theI
a more I |,
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Ray Evans. Kansas and Doak Notre Dame guard placed i I nine games. This slender senior
Walker. Southern Methodist. balanced player strong on defense with Suhey on the first team, was I could also carry the ball, and he I II "If we can find the man we University of Florida football
a good .pass catcher and I said "Stan Musial squad were announced yesterday 1 1I
backs. : widely praised as a standout even I was helped materially in this by i,I want. Dyer
dangerous as a runner on end- on a line that was composed of the fact that every time he went will go back to the outfield. We I after they had advised Coach Ray I
Geographically the first team I II Wolf of their decision to with-
around plays. stars. (back the defense had to spread.: 1, also have boys coming up from
Presents four Midwesterners, three Second and third team ends, I I out for fear of Lynchburg Va.. and Columbus. 1 draw.. . .
a :
pass.
Easterners!: three from Close to Fischer and Suhey in I Pirozzolo is freshman ,
the from
a Elmira
men crowd both Cleary and Swiacki I Thus lined behind the first: Ohio and Nippy Jones who was a ...:,,
South and Southwest and one for ability is the second team guard up I at Rochester., N. Y.. while Beach is a reserve Little;
honors. Mann of baseman "
Michigan Is second .
team backfield of Lujack. ChapI I ; :; a.Ni
from the Far West. Of the 33 I pair of Leo Nomellini, Minnesota back from St. Petersburg. Vertical
fast with I
a peculiar knack of puis. Evans and Walker are four JN. Y.I I v
sophomore, and Rod Franz of
men on the three teams. six are Play
: Electric Steam
from the East. 11 from the Mid- getting back of the secondary,, I California. The third team pair is men of virtually equal ability::: ;I Actually the first deal was a I i iCIGARSPIPES
west. 12 from the South and and is described by Coach Fritz' likewise strong-Mike Dimitro of Conerly. Chalmers I Bump Fill.ott i minor league affair involving Dick Finest Line of Stove Engine

Southwest and four from the Far Crisler as being "as "good a pass'I the University of California at of Michigan. Harry Gilmer of; i., Callahan, the former Holy Cross -- 3.39 6.95
catcher there is. 4
West. as Ford. the Los Angeles, and Joe Steffy of Alabama, and Charlie Justice of I;: High School star from New Or- LIGHTERS
stellar Michigan defensive end. in
Selected on the basis of reports West Point. Other strong guards i North Carolina. >:t leans who was paid $15,000 for
the opinion of one shrewd ob '' dears Discount by the Box Steel with gleaning white i A 100% safe
from include Dominic Tomasi of Michi- 'signing by the Boston Red Sox
more than :250 Associated In this group many rate Ellii -
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Press newspaper sports editors server hands, "has in football.the greatest Joe pair Louis of I gan. Herb St. John of Georgia. i ott as equal to his team-mate three years ago. Callahan who was Brown's Cigar & News Store enamel finish, embossed h1 source of

and staff writers the compositionof couldn't get too rough for Lenny.i : Knox Ramsey of William and i Chappuis; Gilmer is the spark out of baseball during 1947. was .4. V. Orange ftmmf 151 dummy burners. Ha two ) power to ma

the first three teams reflects "Opposing blockers bounce off Ford :I Mary. John Prchlik of Yale and i i of the powerful Alabama of- sold by Louisville of the American __ panel doors that open and _U_ other toys .. ,

the: _2ear'strend: to team play like wind-driven spray. He is six Bill Healy of Georgia Tech. l fense. and Justice, dangerous Assn. to Atlanta of the Southern utensils.*. 11%* kih11'lone. and a lot of fan in itself. /
One of the quickest to Assn. in straight cash deal. .
ways i every time ,he carried the ball. a '
feet, five and weighs 210. 6% wide. 14 inches high.
stir up alively football argument I has progressed materially since -
Barney Poole of Mississippi Is I .is to attempt to rate the 1947 his freshman in 1946. I Pennsylvania was nicknamedthe -
"THE BEST another giant, six feet three and t centers Charles Bednarik of, I year Keystone State by reason of its y Don't buy Automobile -

['weighing 216. He is the target for r Penn Dick Scott of Navy. Jay The third team backfield is :. geographical location in the 13 V insurance on price alone.
Charlie Conerly's superb passes. likewise powerful. Clyde Scott of : rind out what protection -- p Wheelbarrowand
DUCKHUNTING I Rhodemyre of Kentucky. John original colonies. you get and that kind of
Ike Owens Illinois end paired, Rapacz of Oklahoma and Vaughn Arkansas is an all-around per- ervice: the agent can five Shovel
with Ford on the third team is I Mancha. Alabama's 1945 All- I I former; Tony Minisi led Penn's you. Value for value, we I
,one cf the oldest front rank players America. Any could Justifiablyrate I'undefeated team on offense:; will match the policies issued
I SOLUNAR TABLESAccording
in college, being 27. Another the first team but Bednarik Bobby Layne. although shaded by thru 10 the this State.Agency against any 4 s

IN THE WORLD"* f top-notch end of whom much un gets the call on the strength of a |Doak Walker when SMU defeated to the Solunar u % $269

doubtedly will be heard in the ;consistently brilliant season which {Texas. is a superb back. Regular Price $2.98Hell
.
After December
next few years is Notre Dame's I Almost on a par with these arei tables calculated for this area UlLLBUEIIUf B (
i drew loud praise from rival
.. . get loads of fun oak
** r t- I 18-year-old sophomore. Leon I''coaches. i i Howard Yerges Michigan: Y. A.: of the State the best times

GUIDES BOATS Hart. who stands six feet, rand I A close rival to Bednarik. and I Tittle Louisiana State; 1Wedemeyer. for bunting and fishing will GENERAL INSURANCE - of this red aluminum bandledahovelandrubber
216. He St. All- be as follows with Major ::--
weighs was barely Mary's
by some even considered his .
REASONABLE PRICES I crowded off the first three All j j I|nor, was Dick Scott, bright supe-light. I America in 1945 who performed periods indicating the best lllN.OUACEAVf. NCNM189 ., tired red wheelbarrow
,. . . time and Minor periods the
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'I + America teams. 'in Navy's gloomy record. He valliantly despite the frequent trimmed la yellow.

BY RAILOVERNITE Standing out at tackle is sized up plays on defense and di- defeats inflicted on his team;: next best hours: -
Johnny Rauch. Georgia Perry A. 1\(. P. 1\:. '
,lected the works behind the line. ;
Bobby Davis of Georgia Tech. { i
VIA a 225-pounder who is six feet.four. I punted much of the time and led Moss, Illinois; Frankie Nelson of Day Min. MaJ. Min. Mai. :!: ,:.2-i;!
Teamed with him is a :the offense. Ranked with these Utah. who dominated the Rocky Wed. 10:30: 4:45 11:00: 5:15 CONVERTTHAT

ACLTRAIN 175 biff rough Texan. Dick Harris, I two is Rhodemyre, strong on both Mountain region; and Bruce Thur.MajJ s.e.11:25: r 5:35,vi.ds.11:55 IasiIa5: 6:05 SVk Steel Dump New Delivery Track 79, "
Bailey, the best of Virginia's nu- "
bulwark of the Texas defense. i defense and offense. Mancha and 5. 2 ieses III dratI.s. a.. st.ss enIack Truck .
'. .. . ''Rapacz must be considered in the : merous good backs. tIr"c_ .sCsnd bust) 1.49 \
For the past two years he has
backs included _--. shsrWt ItIi..... tyss. FURNACE DoH-E Hi-Chair....... \
class. Other .
BY AUTO been All-Southwest Conference i'same Other good centers'are I outstanding "
center, and he has played even Tommy Thompson of William Bob DeMoss, Purdue:: \

.4 HOURS VIA U. S. 17 better since being shifted to land Mary and Tommy Novak of Fred Folger Jr.. Duke; Nick -z: Embossed 1.00
tackle. {Nebraska. .Ognovich.Vake Forest: Gene ENJOY A GLEANWATERFRONT 1.89 ABC Blocks I.

TO SEBRING 1 At quarterback. Johnny Lujack Rossides. Columbia, who threw

AND FLORIDA 25 At second team tackle is Czar- .carries on the great Notre Dame .many of the passes that Swiacki An extra big and strong Climbing Tractor 3.50

TO CLEWISTON"t obski. said by one observer to' | tradition. and is a worthy successor -I caught: Harry Szulborski. Pur- truck for Iota of hard play.
Aquatic Growth Removed I
have made fully half the NotreDame
to Harry Stuhldreher. due: Phil Slosburg Temple; Horace
. .. All steel with removablet "Gen A.trjr" Cue
r tackles against_ Army, and' Frank Carideo and Angelo Ber- I Smith. Michigan State's fleet Anywhere 1 l 98
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BY AIR 1- telli. I Negro sophomore: George Talia- BRUCE THOMPSON a gate sod tilting dump and Hobter Set...__ <
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I' ferro. Indiana: Jack 'VtlsEnburI I In S. Orut AT*. P*. UIeC 5- a, body. 20%' long.
A worthy team-mate for him
;
1 Hour Private Plane I I Irrigation Equipment 'I'I Is Bob Chappuis of Michigan. eer.: Michigan: Norman Van -- -..,- .. : -
Brocklin. Oregon. '' -
ClewUton Airport Chappuls is the prime reason I .5.- M'T. ''':' u_' < ><",,,,- .
Tie Down Facilities '''IPE SPRINKLERS why Michigan is the high scoring I Ii

: team it 1-a record compiled Boys Club To Air RESIDENTIAL .

80 AND 91 '''UMPS ENGINES against the sternest op i
position. LIGHTING FIXTURES
OCTANE GAS I Court Plans Today ,

el.. 'lACCOMMODATIO'4S.. ..t.. FOR GROVES AND FARMS Adding running punch and L i The Orlando Boys' Club will ,r________________
Select fixtures
with
to the is
power backfield Ray your
AT Free F.[inrinf Service i hold a 7:30 p.m. meeting at Davis . . ,
SOtTTII-S FINEST sad Desig I i Armory today to discuss the formation - . ' individuality, distinction CiOOD/VEAft $

SMALL hOTELCLEWISTON CENTURY OIL BURNERSAND of midget junior and senior and design for good light

I basketball leagues, Pres. Joe Stripp _ _ ing.Johnson.
presiding. 300 N. Oran9. AT*. .:- Phono 4113
INN OIL BURNING FURNACES , '
Immediately following the busi-
_
Electric Co.
CLEWISTON, FLORIDA MAX T. RICHARDS I ness- portion of the program Jim J

"rrell.. Optimist Club pOrts .
-a.witea Ckamkcr of Comacrtl N. ORANGE-Star. ISZS1911 PRONE- I-UIJ chairman, will give boxing lessonsto 23 E. Church St. -:- Phone 5136

all interested :youngsters. I


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I 0 +- o. o PLAY BALL! OI7ourew/
1! RU
if ,.o.lj/ / Turks Lean West Woman Leader
( 0" . FOOT BALLS Cancer Pain to Says Insurance May Be Obtained

if o, . BASKET BALLS I I To Pay The Entire Balance

< ::0.\ Turkey did not benefit by stay- conclusion that war was not only' world Miss Sanli said. Of You r First National ,w p
= VOLLEY BALLS Relief Found ing out of World War H becausethe morally wrong, but they wanted I However, she said Turkey is today Loan In Case Of Deathl
% I I war cut off supplies which had peace at home and peace abroad." confronted with a serious
TENNIS RACQUETS TABLE TENNIS BOXING GLOBES I been consistently imported from Pleading for a better "Under'I''I problem-that of Russia. I
3 Ie ERECTOR SETS ROLLER SKATES I By HOWARD W. BLAKESLEE Europe thereby enforcing an eco- standing between peoples Although Russia had tried nu- THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK AT ORLANDO
R BOSTON APJ Discovery nomic hardship on the Turkish ,nations of the world and a better'' merous times to make an inroad
= JOSEPH BUMBY HARDWARE CO. the World War n poison that I people Miss Ismet Sanli told mem- understanding of the Turkish people into the country, she said Turkey Capitol Ned Surplus One MilflOll Dollars
nitrogen mustard can g gas'l bers of the Orlando Executives I Miss Sanli declared the only still had no Communistic party in I Iialia flDla"L Deposit INIURANC l CDaeaeAT1NN
Ie ORLANDO WINTER PARK dramatic relief from suffering in Club last nightSpeaking hope of survival of nations is in the country nor the element which =

n ...n nn nn nnnn some cases of cancer was reported,I at the Orlando "unity and collective security. I"Russia always uses to expand or
of,, Country Club dinner meeting, attain her goaL"She
to the Radiological Society "Turkey is a small nation, but
the Turkish born. French and reminded her audience of
I I
North America here yesterday
she knows that her only hope of
In no kind of cancer whatever American educated former delegate survival is in unity and collective :about 175 persons that Russia pre-
WELL DRILLING however has nitrogen mustard to the United Nations San security," she said. I sented only one side of the ques :
Francisco Conference said that tion in attempting to control the :
caused a cure, or anything more
Turkey's neutral stand in the Urging sympathetic understanding I ,
WATER GUARANTEED than the pain relief. a I'Dardanelles. She charged that
These made by war was the outgrowth of a policy of the Turkish attitudein Russia made no mention of the x
ALL O FREE reports were adopted in 1923. Miss-Sank said. fact
several doctors from Memorial desiring peace. I that passage through the Dar- :=
WORK Hospital. New York City. The policy in World War n, she "Turkey is coming closer to the I danelles is regulated by a treaty =
PUMPS ESTIMAT'ESNothing These results, although they said was not one of expediency to Western world because through i between nine powers..
GUARANTEED only relieve pain, were reported stay out of war, but the outgrowthof Turkey has been drawn the most Passage !is unlimited to peace-
Down 36 Mo. to Pay encouraging the hope that it may) the policy of wanting peace definite and clear cut line betweenthe ful vessels but restrictions are i
be possible to find some chemical I with the nations of the world aft- Communistic states and the enforced on vessels of war, she
0 .' 0 that will go farther, and perhaps!er many centuries of bloody bat- Eastern part of the world." pointed out.Reciting .

TRACY'S PLUMBING & PUMPS ING. all the way, toward curing cancers -I I tles.After Turkey's greatest contributionto briefly the Turkish history -
building themselves an the Allies in the past war was she said that from 1923 to
232 Irvin St. -:- Orlando and Gotha -:- Phone 3.1252 'I empire and losing it in warfare staying out of the war which kept the present day Turkey had lean-
Dr. Edwin C. Ernst, St. Louis the Turks in 1923 "came to the Germany in her own part of the ed more and more toward theWestern

showed a new instrument for i world. adopting reforms_ __ 5
I p ---- nn
cervical cancer, shaped like a that gave women equality with I
short, blunt sword with a wide Chest men in social, professional and I I
hilt. It is made to fit into a Campaign political affairs (f r1 nr

> s cervix and around the base of
the cervix so as to Rive much I I Itl'M
more radium rays than have '
Goes Over GoalThe
I been possible without causing I 5 o'clock
burns to healthy tissues.
"'"" "I w tin > aseu'"iroriRPUS raiA.cas ii- Dr. Ernst said it is hoped this I I SOLDi ...still shining!
r serap instrument will make radium "clean-up campaign" of the

treatment more effective for thisil!local Community Chest was OH YOU"says .
u GIII101NG5 FORSAL R I form of cancer, and also easier' j brought to a close yesterday as THE SHINE
Ion women. TtfATSTAySbecause
-- -- 'I
funds totaled 77771.07241 over
I the goal set for the actual cam- '0 '---J 7100?s
paign which closed Nov. 6. At the Charm w. it has a hard-wax finish f !
Navajo Tribe end of the formal drive contribu- 'TKMnA tions were 4438.64 short of the '
When I ..
on local
See These goal. people my tatement U based on
24-Inch James B. Keith general chair- knowledge-.on the hundreds of
In Dire NeedWASHINGTON man of the drive, announced the loans I've made to them the past GRIFFIN
Hot Air :12 months
results yesterday at a meeting of many on salary alone,
others on ear or furniture i
the board of directors, noting the
TAP] The na fund will be used for I know local folks are reliable
surplus emer- '
L$75.00Dlowr = VALUES tion's 61.000 Uavajo Indians are work. That why I can say "Yes" to 4
"threatened with hunger and cold gency out or 5 who ask me for a loan t GRIJTIN ABC WAX SHOE POLISH gives you
Dr. Marshall C. Dendv. president
o'tentunes making loans that
this Winter, Pres Truman said easier brighter,longer-lasting shoe shines
others cant .
of the Chest. appointed James B. or wont.YOU '
yesterday, and he called on the because it contains mvrt bard Hard
Keith chairman of the Chest wax
as
LiJ Nita Some Of The Thousands Federal Government to "meet the !
II $60Fanaaeeaup I obligation of our democracy" to planning committee and serving Don't borrow unnecessarily but wax means easy shoe care. So for more
them. with Keith will be A. G. Patillo. If a loan Is the solution to your shoe ibint with less shoe shining, use
4, v Of Sensational Bargains I More help from Congressional Mrs. J. Rolfe Davis, Marshall W. problem,. phone or come In today. GRIFFIN ABC WAX SHOE POUSH...to get
to 4-IA.. I Boor. and Mrs. M. A. Kennedy. I
AT CAMP BLANDING. FLA. appropriations likely will be LOANS $25 to $300 the shine that nays
needed later in the Winter, Mr. Z. L. Riley, chairman of the I I
OVERHEAD LIGHT Truman said. In addition, he Negro division of the Chest, was -Tee men.. v tan te w vN-
i announced he will ask the law- appointed as an ex-officio mem- rviAtmal FINANCE caH I HACK MOWN,TAN,OXBLOOD
FIXTURES makers in the January sessionto ber. I s. ORANGE A_tStairway I ia the ao MULWORK $1.50 \
( namt ta
provide for "a long range program Jim Burden was appointed LFederal Bakery) 8
DOORS andFRAMES of rehabilitation. l Tel. 2-3148 I
and
chairman of the nominating com- for
As Mr. Truman issued his state- mittee, with Dr. Dorothy D. Brame r.-. ..........._..._...... P. S. a tip quick easy shines-
$10FLUSH ment, the House Public Lands Mrs. W. L. Sharkey Harold P '- ---------- \ use self-polishing GRIFFIN LIQUID WAX
Committee introduced a $2 million 1 Danforth and Linton E. Allen as
aid bill for the tribe, whose reser- !members. I I I
nation covers an area in Arizona,

New Mexico and Utah as.big as __ 0 _ __ ___ 0- __ ___. - .
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the State of West Virginia. Chmn. Jl
VALVE Welch [tR-Call said he will press ,
'" for action at the present special
TOILETCombination .. .. session.
Complete $2.50 Meanwhile Government agencieswill j..S'
RADIATION -' - -- continue "the steps they are $
Yitreoaa ChIna 100()( FIRE HOSE taking to alleviate suffering and
Tubular aty1e: latest de-
to forestall in
Baa C b rom. a serious collapse
S 10 algD&: Price per 45c.al. Navajo community life," the President lira
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radiation toot1 good . .
moneyIiuy
1 .R Com said in a statement.RUPTURED.
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To Obituaries; i I Wednesday, December 3, 1947 Editorial Telephones General Adnrttl Information lr. Want J-1SSI Ads till l5rrlanaA I :fflontfnit t g-rntinrl t Page 11
Dr. Stromberg MR. R. H. SOCTHERLANO


See Florida's I 70,Mr.1807 Rutherford Edgewater H.Dr.Southerland. died at a, I Winter Park News TB Seal SalesSatisfactory 'I Tanner, Evans Case I rrmiii' I

local hospital Tuesday after a lingering ; i 1
Flooded Areas I Heads DentistsElection .t illness. I If MARGARET GREENE I Ends; Jury BeginsDeliberation II II'II

Besides his widow Mrs. Dora Telephone! Winter Park 23S-Hours 11-12 and 4-5, Monday Through Friday FOR SPAGHETTI

Soeciol to Orlando Morning Sentinel] of officers consideration Frances Southerland, he is survived I I'II Today I Served Closed S t Monday* R ..IIL

flood-devastated WASHINGTON areas Florida's will get the R, | of plans to man the Orlando I I' by four daughters, Mrs. Hazel Winter ParkBrevities I''Miller I CookI I II A Criminal Court jury was ex- ,I Rt 17-92 Winter Park

Tru, Kiwanis Club dental trailer, and ;:Rueskamp, Mrs. Elizabeth Barnes pected to begin deliberation this - -_ == .::...
personal attention of Pres. I i WINTER PARK-Mrs. Wooda
man today. '[an address by Dr. Edward T. Furey ,Mrs. Edith Sheridan and Miss Ina Named To CityCommission i Elliott, local chairman of the TB morning following conclusion late I DAYTODAY
Mr. Truman in a conversation 1 were features of the regular I Mae Southerland. all of Orlando; I I Christmas seal sale states that yesterday of trial of Morris Tan- CIRCUS

yesterday with Rep. Rogers of :,monthly meeting last night of the | two sons John E. and Harold also WINTER PARK Automobile i iI |i the fine response from the letters!" ner and Bruce Evans charged with !
Fort Lauderdale, promised he Orange County Dental Society. of Orlando; two brothers, Richard I i sent out 10 days ago seems to breaking and entering and grand
would pay careful attention to i Dr. Ross Stromberg was elected D. of Kentucky, and Grant, of In- license tags will be on sale in R.I I i i reflect the appreciation of Winter I I 3 P.M. and 8 P M.
flood conditions! In Palm Beach president of the Society, succeed- !diana. Winter Park the first two weeksof I WINTER PARK-Robert Parkers for the work of the mobile larceny.
and Broward Counties and other i ing Dr. B. D. CaswelL Other officers > Mr. Southerland was owner and January; the deadline for their 'Miller and Mardon Cook were unit I which visits the local health The two allegedly! entered the CIRCUS GROUNDS, SOUTH|
stricken areas as he flies toKe named were: Dr. George F. operator of the Southerland Restaurant is Jan. 15. named city commissioners yester-I I center every month to give free office of the Orlando Appliance ST. AND FOREST ST.
purchase Co. last Oct. 17 and carried away
)' West. Wilson first vice president: Dr. at 1807 Edgewater Drive. I 'I day at the polls to succeed Charles I chest X-rays to everyone who ap-
Rogers asked the President ic Richard Chace, second vice presi- i Services will be held at 1 pm. WHITE ELEPHANT: When the plies. i a cash register containing 42185.
look devastationas dent Dr. George Shuman, secre- O. Andrews and William J. Taylor \ Murray McLeish. manager of the
carefully at flood Thursday at the Fairchild Funeral doors of the Country Club open .
he Florida, in order, tary-treasurer. Stromberg was first : ; Jr. whose two-year terms end | Next week there' will be tables Appliance Co. store testified that
passes over j Home. Interment will be in at 9:30: am. tomorrow, the public I '
at the postoffire and the bank the firm had received full restitution -
that he gain a greater per- vice-president on the old slate. Jan. 1.
may Woodlawn Cemetery.
Wilson second I I will find hundreds of items ran where seals will be sold from of the money-stolen. He said
sonal knowledge of the conditions!I was vice-president j
Miller who is in the paint and 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. to those who that the had been paid by
which the Florida delegation be- and Chace, secretary-treasurer. i ing from an original etching by I money
MRS. MARTHA E. DAVIS : electric business on FairbanksAve. did not the Tan-
receive them throughthe Emmet Tanner father of
( lieves make emergency Federal appropriations Determined to provide man- I| Mrs. Martha E. Davis Rt. 4 Or- I James Abbott McNeill Whistler, to ., has been a resident of Winter I mail or have used up all ner youth.
.. necessary for rehabilitation power for operation of the Kiwanis 'lando, died Tuesday at a local a table of cosmetics; from sterling Park since 1840. first operatingthe I that they rw-eived. L : k1
the flooded
of
. State areas. Dental Trailer to serve hospital following a long illness. '! silver to potted plants. Everythingt Ben Franklin Store (now
'' Orange County school children Formerly of Tennessee, she had t marked with to Hogue's) He is married and has Window displays will be placedin r ; r
six State parks, 36 an eye raising -j ;;
There
the ,
are members of the Society took ,resided in. Orange County since 'three children. Robert Jr. Doris following windows by Mrs.
historical sites, and seven recrea under money for the White Day Nur- Lomax Taylor: Jeanne's Beauty WORLD'S
,, study proposals as to how 1939. I I who is a nurse and Mrs. Robert
tional parks in North Dakota'park 5] this be sery Building Fund.SUPPERBAZAAR. Shop. Jeanette's Milinery Shop. '
may done. j I Surviving are eight sons JohnA. I Shaw of Orlando. BESSER'S RESTAURANT NEWEST '
i
system. .. Amos J., Daniel E., Mark L.Jr. : There will I 1 The Bookery, Sandspur Florida
Meal Daily
t Wo Sen. Z
Dr. Furey principal speaker at be a fried-chicken supper and I Cook came here eight years 1 Power
I all Corp. Horton's Marke- SOtll'Cre.mP.mpenukl. '
and George E. Davis, of Western Beef Poultry WORLD'S
the meeting held in the Chamber i in I ago from Chicago where he .
Orlando: Jesse B. and Ernest E. bazaar next Tuesday evening wasI tessen Pittmans. Winter Park A Ry Bre.dtI
VICTORY of Commerce Bldg.. lectured on of Nashville. Term.: and Richard Bethany Hall of the Church of I teller' in a bank. He has operated' Land Co.. Harold Fleming's Gift $ W. Church: SL Tel. X-ZZZ FINESTBIG
Deep Neck Infections. i I II Davis, Goodwin Tenn.; five the Brethren corner Clay and | the Lake Shore Motor Court Shop. Rollins Press Store. Rexall SHOW
HAT I Harmon. Supper will be served i since his arrival except for three and Barton Electric.
daughters Mrs. S. B. Ellis Mrs.
Mark Twain Introduced Winston Charles Burnett Orlando; Mrs. R. from 5 to 7 p.m.MEMBERSHIP. I years spent in the Air Corps. ---- 1 i THESUMMER USED FOR
SHOP Churchill to the audience when DRIVE: The He is married' and has one I I ITS lOOOl
6 ARENAS
L. Murphy, Mrs. Norman Thomas HOUSEIS
Churchill made his SET
first speech in
daughter'
Carolyn.
131 entitle America Culloka Tenn.: Mrs. A. J. Camp- Youth Center will reopen Friday I WONDERS
in 1900.WARD'S SWANEE\ RIVER!
Oraaft AT*. bell, Antioch, Tenn.; 40 grand- night and there is a membershipdrive The 480 votes cast were divided OPEN 11&EI-101E1-1118E1-1111 EYE
9 Matt Cleaned HOLIDAY INN children and 14 great grandchildren. on to bring the paid membership as follows: Miller 356 Cook 333 FINE FOODS With sad. r..... IewraMSImm
A Block** I . back to 300. :' and Leland Chubb 218. I At a.asma.N. /rle. AM ICLIPtIM* tPOCH IN MIWORLD'S
ors Ctoamne.Pruifi9 Hallway BttwttB Sanford A Orlaado Services will be held Friday at ARRIVALS: Recent arrivals at I 473 South Orange WINTER PARKas GREATEST
A On Highway 17-92 Barron Hall include Mrs. James "
I : Aer01-
10:30 a.m. in the Eiselstein-Wig- KlUrHwr
AlterationPrmin Open Sunday -:- Closed MondaySTEAK I Ij ginton Home for Funerals. Inter- Harrison of Ferguson. Mo.; Miss Bell! Convicted I Dial 2-0882 Ariaaa* Awe. --- AMUSEMENT INSTITUTION.

White A'CHICKEN DINNERS I $1.75 UP ment will be in Conway Cemetery.MRS. Louise Harrison, St. Louis: Miss 600 PEOPLE- r. '
ion maro. _cr. W Wait!" Alma Baumgarten, San Diego. I w..v.tl..d
Of
Grand
Pbone W.P. J171-J .:- Cocktail: Bar LarcenyEugene LITTLE CHEFServes ISO AKCNK STARS w.s..t- ,
THE
bAM BASS. Prop. Phone 3-2401 j We Cater to PrIvate Parties I : VIOLA M. ANDERSEN' I Cal. i -ISO WILD ANI- ep..d0aMyriadofUN.MALS .
DELAND-Funeral services for 1 Recent arrivals at the Hamilton Bell. Orlando was convicted -IN CHEAT C: ::: 4r.tN
Mrs. Viola May Andersen, 36. who Hotel here for the season include by a Criminal Court jury S CONTINENT AafstrMco'ljPOTTER +Ma.
II III died at her home in Pierson Monday : Mrs. William Hancock. yesterday of grand :larceny in the His Famous MENAGERIE TROUPE I
will be held Wednesday at Queens Village, L. I.: Miss Grace theft of an auto from the used O SPAGHETTI 5,000 SEATS-SO flocTwssaassswarsMUSNANSNEV
U am. in the Pierson Lutheran and Miss Gertrude Barker, Platts- car lot of Robert Heintzelmann. o y IN rat w ab i
Church the Rev. J. P. Carlson officiating burg, N. Y.; Mrs. T. W. Follett Judge William M. Murphy deferred Now Nightly 2 FLYING ACTS
NUTS. Burial will be at the and Mrs. A. T. Follett, of Oshkosh.Wis. entence pending presen- PlayingI From S to 9 P.'I. except FEATUtE. FOLD cwar tow .o....
Lutheran Cemetery. .: Mrs. A. T. Morrison. Alexandria .tence investigation by the Florida SundaySAVOLDIS CIRCUS-$500.000 o s.uarsw.*MtcanCA Asww.avs*
Surviving are her husband Erwin Va.:* Mrs. Robert Howell. Parole Commission. CAPITAL INVESTED. a:uaYPa

and two sons, Kenneth and Weatogue Conn.: Mrs. Herbert Colored Cast} RESTAURANT TWICE DAILY 218 P.M.c| :. ':
Fine food packaged by Lawrence all of Pierson; a brother 1 Wilmett, 111., and Mrs. C. L. Run- Let's Heel At Murder With Music"Hardboiled LITTLE CHEF DOORSOstNIA7P.M.PRICi'

nature to stand ship Albert Anderson, Shelton dell Oak Park 111. TOM & JERRY'S -also- 124 N. Orange Ave. Phone (1ST RESERVED AND ADMISSION;
S Conn.; and her parents. CHRISTMAS PROGRAM : TICKETS ON S\lE CIRCUS DAY ATBOAT
ment and storage, cold j I When the Women's Union of the Package Cocktail Lounge Mahoney" [Opposite Food Palace WtI.r.REES'i n__________ !_.
weather and Church 5 I --- -
warm FUNERAL SERVICES I Congregational-Christian Grill The Bowery Boys
winter rains, snow and Services for Mr. J. D. New will ] meets next Tuesday for its regu- Route n..9Z-Z Blocki So.t* I Cocktail Baron
summer drought . be held at 2 pjn. Wednesday in the lar monthly session, there will bea I Maitland I'nderpass I 4 Mi. South Z P.M.Blossom .
OpeD
I Winter Park Phone 1TS-M SHO
Christmas Mrs. Walter
Fairchild Funeral Home with Rab- program. j Orange Room
and still provide rich Dining
Johnston will be in olI
bi Morris A. Skop officiating. Interment . charge Trail Open t P.M
and wholesome nour- will be in Mt. Neboh Cemetery !I music and there will be readingsby
Mrs. Frank Halliday. The Dance to the brand new music of JUMBO FRIED SHRIMP & FRENCH FRIES nn
ishment at the rate of II III pltVJFEATURING
board meets 1:30 I Rolls, Coffee. Chefs Salad
approximately 200 cal- I executive at : pm. SAMMY GOBLE & his orchestra .
CARD OF THANKSWe i UNITED NATIONS Group of CHICKEN, ITEAK, MAINE LOBSTER : Closed Monday
ories per ounce of nut wish to tender mon irateful thanks I the League of Women Voters will TOMTE 8:30-12 PM. .
meats. to the many friends of the late Thomas 1
Chambers, particularly those of the Orlando hold its third meeting Friday at
I Motorcycle, Club. for their kindness. 10 a.m. in the office of the Institute \- j LAKESIDE PARK Gary DUCK IN W S. Orange
and sympathy also for the brautttui floral
II offering extended during his Illness. and of World Government, in Z U Miles South of Orlando oa Old Dixie. Highway WWY Starling Blossom Trail
death. Carnegie Hall Rollins. The dis- W* acres the urn delicious food from noon tin a that
Mr and Mrs Charles Sprague and Family cussion of Palestine and Korea

I i will be resumed and the meetingis l.aba"a..1 French MSHiiip
(?ltib ,
= .... open to all interested. * J si.2J
ORGAN VESPERS: The RollinsChamber ; n_
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MILK. -Ut rtu s Orchestra will be fea- : 3 MILES NORTH OF ORLANDO ON HIGHWAY 411 < J""j."j..' :: < -
DANCING NIGHTLY
. tured at the regular weekly organ t It-

to tale vespers at Knowles Chapel at 5 I| STEAKS. CHICKEN SEA FOOD ItIt
proper pin. today. These programs are i
I care of flowers.1IIlI.. open to the public. j I J FEATURING: THE MOVIE BAR It-
FOLLIES: Winter Parkers who *
Is Nature's nearest Pf will take part in the Junior I A NEW SHOW EACH MONDAY AND THCRSDAY

complete food, easily Tjcajrue Follies Saturday night at N* Cover Closed Suday It-

the Municipal Auditorium include * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
digested, and univer- Mrs. James Varner, Mrs. Bill I!

sally liked. It is delivered Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Charles An-
drews. Mrs. Terry Patterson and
S!
complete, fresh, ;= Mrs. Bill Warwick. Tickets for the Arta
oerformance are on sale at the
pure and ready to eat I ,
Rexall Store here.
. a quart furnishes .b Mrs. Robert Skillman has returned TONIGHT iIIBRIDE !I

about 650 calories. se. to the Seminole for another I

Chest Cold Misery I the season Summer after in California.spending mostof Mrs. "THE WORE BOOTS" I: Tickets Available for the

Relieved Moist Heat C. M. Porter has arrived from Barbara Sta.wYtk-Robert: Cmnmip _Diana Lyn
by OTallon. moo to spend the Winter "HALF HOUR CARTOONS"First ItIi'
.
of ANTIPHLOGISTIC *t 233 E. Lyman Ave.: her brother Show 1:45:Childrea fader Twelve In Cars Admitted Complete Free Show From 11:00: Saturday, Dec. 61h Performance of the

Makes more room In T... A. Barnes, will be at 219 E. I I
your refrigerator when SIMPLE Th. _.f., Seat of ere '.yman Ave.Humane. i
mmlillIOO] tiI..llIIi.! !! __
stored in the apacc- CHEST COlD peulliiasnl.IsusNh:. I I FOLLIESAt
raving ea.yto-handle SORE THROAT *>(l>tiMMafchwt.n>ucl* Grouo Sees !
and hard to.break BRONCHIAL ..M.-b.::.duel: IrritatlM t sheet i m: For a Delightful Evening . g
square bottle.DATSON. IRRITATION *..* a1aple __ u..t. Travel Animal Films
Apply ANTPHLOGIS.SIMPLE the Following Drug Stores
TlN pouitU. i;.. bet- A scheduled business meeting: of I FLAMINGO CLUB |
nouK to b caafartSPRAIH
BRUISE :bl. th.a f.il UM mat.f- the Orlando Humane Society last
SORE MUSCLES *_,.. right....ZT. .., night was turned into a social j I g "Famous For F1n Food For 20 Years" gJg =
DAIRIES BOILS ;;& he t..'._. meeting at the San Juan Hotel' Presenttg HI SAN JUAN McELROY'SSTROUD'SNo.2

'" Doea geed.Ewe sea+ d rf =.=- with a showing of travel and ani- .
The..,.;.,III'" ?ANT1PHLOGISTINEpoultic : mal films. The Society will electa 1 3 FLOOR SHOWS NIGHTLY Js
.al Iw....._*...UiB(and ralWr*. new slate of officers at its next IVEY'S
148 pain rumlarinjury.rs.wditi.n.nd due t*a.......simple.pr.l.. Irru... meeting the first Tuesday in Jan- Featuring =g
W. limiMrs
South Phone 9835 "?atf.cAingmu.ol.a.GatAN'rIP1iL0CISTINK THE CARTWRIGHT TWINS-Dance Team =_
(Au.tr Flo) in tubo or cu uary.Mrs.. I
R. J. Kelley. membership
m TOMMY RYAN-Tenor
ywedrug Mor NOW. mg
a'I chairman announced that the Society -- JOE BLOW-Comedy Xylophone I MOSES in ALBERT'S inColonialtown
has 17 cats at the Home at fU I
I 721 East Amelia Ave., and a number and Sophisticated Music of III I College Park
of dogs at the 601 Forrest Ave. ;:
kennels ready for adoption. I I 1 JAY MILLER and HIS ORCHESTRA 1ip
II I I, These tickets must be exchanged for reserve seat at

DANCEAFTER Twenty five thousand Hindus ;: No Cover, or No Minimum . Except: Saturday Night Corer S og === I the City Auditorium Dec. 4th 5th or 6th.

are included in the population of Phone 5910 . Dinner 6 TU Closing . Closed Sundays

Jamaica, in the Caribbean Sea, --I
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Demos Liked For Price Control}


ly GEORGE GALLUP 'you think can best handle the : Enlist In Navy : Gj4

Director. Institute of Ptbhc Opinion] problem of high prices during the t4tL '111At4 rr
PRINCETON N. J.-The votersof next few years?" _

the country are not convinced The vote is: Three students at Forest Lake
the Republican Party could Democrats handle best 35%
that can Academy were among five enlistees -
handle the problem of prices more Republicans can handle best 30 in the Navy reported yes- MM C'
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While neither of the two major The question of prices is likely I lando area.
parties is given a clear vote of to be in the forefront in next
The three youths all 18. were
confidence in the matter of hand- year's Presidential campaign.! John Forrest Reaves. Bessemer.

ling the high cost of living. never- Judging by the above results the Ala. Richard F. Fairchild, Tacoma ,
theless the Democrats seem to Republicans will have to do some ; and
Pt. Washington
advantage in public skillful if they to convince !
have a slight talking are William Eugene Butler. )Macon \
the general voting population -
estimation. Ga. All will go to San Diego for
Among low income voters par- that they can do better than
I boot training.
ticularly there is a wide belief that the Truman Administration when : I I "fk.
the Democrats can handle the it comes to controlling the most of I Charles Wesley Harvey 17. 3015 MODERN PICTURES 1 .
price situation better than the Re- living. I S. Rio Grande Ave.. son of WalterE.
publicans can. Other recent surveys have Harvey also enlisted and has
This nation-wide poll has especial shown that the GOP likewise !I departed for San Diego while Q Your decorating instinct will tell you that pica I I .1 .)
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significance in view of faces certain difficulties in persuading Joseph Cloud tures definitely belong in any smart setting I .
Sen. Taft's lashing attack on the public that Republicans had seen three years previous service -
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Pres. Truman's program for attempting can handle foreign and
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have claimed that the Taft atti- weight of opinion is more favor- indicates. ,
tude Is too "negative" able today toward the Democratsas Demo GOP No No $2.50

To see how the public lines up best able to deal with foreign Best Best Diff Opin.
in this affair the Institute polled countries and to handle general Prof.&Bus. 28% 39% 23% 10%

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colors gleaned from a glorious sunrise: blue sky %3. The Wind in the Willows 40 The Critter and Other y Aiwa in WonderlandPinocchio Betsy ':

I orchid tint cloud aqua, morning green, apricot 0 %t. Bambi Children Dogs V .... ... ef Battle a.-' 1
da>break. Five classic styles, sizes 34-40 DREW o %5. Understood Betsy 41 Wolf ; I Little Wemeej Peter and Wendy T_ t .
; %6. Bob. Son of Battle t!. Bruce Little Men Daddy Lenn-Lees Lad ef SunnybankBirff .
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andendy 43 Treie *
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%,. The Call of the Wild 45. Buff h y ,n, TravelsAesoos and Sam Farther Adv of LadMy t
30. Penrod and Sam 46 Further Adventures of r. Fahles Master Skylark Friend the Deeu
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ComplimentsBrideElect '-!: ; -f"o, I, Given At Sorosis Literature Day' THE CURLY LOCKS Open Monday EveningsWARREN'S
-i- J formerly The FRANCES Qeaners
J
...r.-; : '--t / i, I The true meaning of Christmas erature Department chairman of UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT : I
I was the underlying theme of the
the day, introduced the talented Specializing to All
Miss Mary Ann Hitch enter- LOifl stories presented by Prof. Howard father-daughter team. Types of Hair Do'* Winter Park Phone 68
tained yesterday morning at her Bailey and his daughter. Miss 140 E. ROBINSON, TEL. 2-3306
home in Lancaster Park with an JEAN YOTHEKS Lynne Bailey, when they appeared Prof. 'Bailey is director of the I

informal coffee honoring Miss lr Club Editor before a large audience at Soro- Annie Russell Theater at Rollins i

Carolyn Rich bride-elect of Alumni of Pi Kappa Alpha fra- sis yesterday afternoon. College and has been professor of
Mrs. George Persons of the Lit- .
Robert Trumbo. --
ternity will meet today at 8 pjn theater arts at Rollins for the past --- - -- ----
The hostess was assisted by her at the home of Merritt Britt, 1206 10 He has
mother Mrs. Edward Hitch. Aloma Dr. Winter Park . Plans well will be co-hostess . Re- years. given programsat
With the honor guest were included for the Christmas dance will be ports of the National conventionheld Sorosis upon numerous occasions -
the bride-elects mother made. recently in Miami will be but yesterday's program

Mrs. E. G. Rich; and Mr. Trum- o o o given, and a representative of the I marked his flaugnter's: debut on
bo's mother Mrs. Silas Trumbo, Members of the Wednesday Mu- Volunteer Service Bureau will givea
the Sorosis
and the Mmes. Carl Miller Robert sic Club will be hosts today when brief talk . Unaffiliated and I, stage. Miss Bailey is a
MacLeish. Thomas Erb. Charles they entertain with a benefit visiting daughters are invited to sophomore at Winter Park High

Potter Jr. Phil Igou, A. J. Thom- bridge tea at the DAR chapter this meeting School I

as Jr.. Robert Marshall. Max Mil- house, 35 Lucerne Cir . Play- 000 Appearing first on the program,
litzer. Robert Petrie, Carter Whit-i ing will begin at 2 p.m.'ith tea Women's Missionary Union of Miss Bailey gave a reading of Why
mire Walter Dun Jr., Richard served at 4 p.m. The party the College Park Baptist Church The Chimes Rang by Elizabeth
Fletcher, Charles Davis, Jack will benefit the record library at will present its Lottie Moon pro- McFadden, a story symbolizing -
4. Buice and the Misses. Jean Yoth- ''the Albertson Public Library gram at prayer service today at that love is I Take from .
the greatest gift to it us . Christmas shopping i ic tar rr.- THE IDEAL PLACE for '
ers, Marjo Dukes Pauline Harrell, which is sponsored by the Music 7:30 p-m at the church. I be offered God. :: e a reception A SHIPMENT; of prewar
Margaret Baugh and Peggy Club . Those attending may r> o n brought out in It's the meaning story by was the fun if you do it early . and xMth only eighteen RIVER TEA is. the SWANEE wools made good news at
ROOM 473 So.
Tea rue. I bring their own cards. meet Pine today Castle at 3 Woman's pjn at the Club club will fact that it took a little child's shopping days left, early will soon be late. So to Orange Ave. We know thisIs Morse KXIT-A-B1T Blvd. Shop Winter, 122 park E.

000 house . The executive board gift to God of a piece of silver to avoid fuss, fuming and crowding: make list a particularly busy season this week also some pureFrench
Guild will make the up your
JELEX4IltiaalMe Tropical Weavers church chimes ring aftera and if there a wedding in which
will meet at 2:30: angora manypeople
meet with Mrs. Ward Sachs 810 I r>pjno o silence' of many years. All the tonight and start your shopping fun bright and your Holiday season, leave have wanted has arrived -

I r ',Wilkinson Ave., at 2:30: p.m. today i Junior Department of Sorosis rich gifts in the world placed at early tomorrow , the worries of the receptionwith Still waiting for
. Any one interested in weaving will hold its regular monthly I the church's altar couldn't make The Hubiks. .. The charm Argyle packs, but expected
!(nux HIKIM6CIHTIS\t* I is invited to attend. I luncheon meeting today at 12:30 i the chimes ring because theyweren't THREE will be lurky, and and beauty of the SWANEE any moment JEAX>TE Me

DR. P. D. NAPIER 000 I!pjn at Sorosis House. given with the thought of maybe one will be you. LA- _kr RIPER compliment the radi- GEE who knits to order and
I Mizpah Chapter 190, Order of o o r> I everlasting love. II BELLE FIR CO. upstairs, I ant bride and her groom. Instructs will still take
Sll Catheart St. Ph. 2-'S7S I Eastern Star, will honor Mrs. Opal Executive Board of Orlando The Little Mixer by Lillian N. 15 N. Orange Are. are almost This. is only one of the parties orders for Christmas!, but

Bartow, Worthy Grand Matron of I High School P-TA will meet todayat Shearon, the reading given by Prof giving away three genuine to which SWANFE RIVER time is short. She works fast
\\Ap/cfurcof the Grand Chapter of Florida today 10 am. at the school Bailey revealed in its true signif- sillier fox jackets for caters . luncheon and perfectly, teaches others
\ tIN . A banquet will be held at O O O I icance that children will lead the only $193 former prices as party lea coffee, or just to do the same. The huge
( 6:30 p.m. at the Masonic Temple, I Board of directors of the Pilot I high as $-195. loull find "WIIYT SIULL I GET giving festivity to dining out stock of wools now on hand
WATCHcafffx. [followed by a meeting at 8 pjn Club of Orlando will meet at 6 :religions here, too, beautiful mink HIM: *" After seeing; the fine with the family. Call 2-0883. should certainly inspire you.

I . All Stars are invited. I I pm. today at the Lawson Tea I facts were disclosed in the story I dyed Russian squirrel latest style in Waltham lot l.a N Watch for her Christmaswindow
r> o n I Room 1201 E. Jackson St.Ladies which concerned a Jewish girl, sling rapes, one of the latest watches: :J[. SEG4L. Jew- FOR THE LITTLE MAN it will be somethingto
December meeting of the Annie j r o o. I the little mixer. who became a fur styles. For untrimmed ELER 32 W. Church St., received who wants to be like Dad see.
(I Coleman Chapter of the United ; Auxiliary. Patriarchs Militant Catholic-Christian Science-Gentile coat or suit it's an exquisite this week. wed say there the Junior Pro golf rv c rv rv f
Daughters of the Confederacy Canton 2 will have annual i in order that she may have Santa i iI Baum or Stone Marten scarf this might be the answer. bag with aluminum clubs, OF PARTICULAR: INTEREST -
W LAWTON l will meet today at 3 pm at the 'inspection and review by their I Claus visit her on Christmas day in 3-4-5 skin sets for only Also just arrived are lovely tees and composition balls at to the younger sophisticates -

Eq"t w.b..s(31 7..U M-,. home of Mrs Hugo Nordberg 2016 i deputy association president Lady !I just like the other girls. I $95 [plus tax] per' skin . Waltham watches for ladies THE PETER AND JANE of this area is the
Amherst St, . Mrs. Willis Max- {I Rena Knott of Lakeland, today I Mrs. Robert J. Pleus presidentof or a luxurious ild mink or loull find. too. stunning SHOP. 19 W' Washington announcement by JEAN-
at 8 p.m. at the Fraternal Bldg. I Sorosis. conducted the business : natural ranch mink scarf Bulova and F.lcin'atrhes.. . also the carpenters set NFTTE'S Millinery Shop In
I There will be a cohered dish session preceding the program, for as little as $55 per skin For her the American Elgin to help Dad "fix things' . Winter Park of the additionto
supper at 7 p.m. I announcing that Sorosis had voted For your convenience. they compacts are smart. For his has screw driver, hammer its staff of Helene Bur-
r I lrl I 000 into membership the following: : have a lay-away or budget office or den the airplane or saw, players. In clothing . rhell, designer of experience
Muriel Circle of the Needlework I the Mmes. Wilson Green Jr., Earl plan. There's nothing, well boat shape clocks are handsomely the little "Tommy boy" and skill Mrs Burchell
I I Guild will meet at the home of I Landers, and Harry A Banks Mrs wager she'd like any better different. To personalize bright plaid shirts . Cale- comes from Miami where
Mrs. Theodore Datson TerraceDr Landers:: is a seasonal member and especially if this cool weather your gifts don't forget donia checked suit of all wool she designed and custom
: r r r r tomorrow for an all-day Mrs. Banks a transfer. i keeps up for Christmas the prompt service of :\1. M with cardigan jacket which made hats after being connected -
meeting and covered dish lunch- 'I I than a gift of fur from SEGAL JEWELER comes in green and red, gray with shops in other
I leon . There will be an exchange I II Sorosis High for school the girls month, the of guest Decem-of LABELLE FUR CO. rv set set and yellow. Everything for Florida, cities and in Cali-
of gIfts. ri KM i set the baby boy to the fornia and Washington
000 ber, were also welcomed. They THE CHRISTMAS SPIRIT young
IIky: ti I include Nell Troy Kincaid, Eliza loull look twice when you shines forth in the window gent of !six at TilE PETER state. While in Hollywoodlast
L A film entitled A Year in the visited of
beth Lewis Elizabeth Bethea, and see' the lovely ensemble for at Ml RICKS FURNITURE: AND JANE SIIOP. year she some
Old Drit Dauber's Garden. will
be
movie and
the studios
Mary Virginia Wolfe.Announcement your bedroom at THE CURTAIN 183 N. Orange Ate. Under Wu major
U .r shown at the annual Christmas SHOP, 16 S. :Main the had the opportunity of viewing -
lovely Christmas tree
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p I dinner of the was made that )
meeting College Park
v St. This bedspread drapery } at close range smart
. scooter' tricycle and desk s
HIS EXCELLENCY"AA- Garden Circle tomorrow evening Sorosis will have its Christmas and vanity skirt fine chintz (they've a grand selection of I hats worn by the stars. She
A 21 Jewels . Tom Williams familiarly tree again this year, and members set is in the PnsciHa and S : trained with a famous Chicago -
these in all and ]
... cJ... .r.r known as the Old Dirt Dauber, !i are asked to contribute gifts. They polka dot pattern with white and gift items sizes that prices shouldbe t milliner and specializesin

has been broadcasting garden information I must be wrapped and so designated center . beautiful , found under tree on creating millinery to suit
for 11 years . This as to whether they are for a comes in double or single your At McELROVS there's a delicious the individual. All her designs -
$5250n. show will also be given at several boy or girl and of what age. size. Would be most Christmas morning. We aroma in the air and are exclusive and cus-
a appreciated noted the beauty of the Lane
_T_ schools in the city hound-like we followed the
A member made.
of
Junior Sorosis Christmas tom
gift Hope Chest to thrill a
young
r> n tMerntt scent to the cosmetic counterto
.-. Park Garden Circle will will be on hand at the next meet- : Right now the shop has red girl; . beautiful lamps . see a lovely perfume foun- "rv l rJ rvi
ing to sell tickets to the department and blue, but are momentarily quilted boudoir hassocks HAD YOU THOUGHT of
meet at the home of Mrs. John F. tain trmkling and splashing
s Charity Ball on Dec. 19 at expecting other colors. which open, providing room ." giving beauty for Christmas?
'FameCouldn't
Mooney, 2115 Lake Shore Dr., Fri- with Cor day's
day at 2:30: p.m., instead of at the Dubsdread Country Club. i Mr. Grant told us that he for shoes' and lingerie . resist looking and Just deposit money for her
the Garden Center will be happy to order any and don miss!! the new juvenile sniffing the other fragrant, gift with THE ARISTOCRAT -
as previously
announced. Recital Set Tonight I color for you Here's the Ann e x. Ml'RICK'S romantic Corday perfumes BEAUTY SALON 147

H 000 Birth Announcements I answer' to giving "oomph"to FURNITURE: . host to an . "Je ", "Frenzy". "Tou- N. Main St. and milady will
I Is Pythian Sisters will hold a special your dingy bedroom. array of beautiful, service iourIoi", "Tzigane", and be assured of beauty appointments -
meeting on Friday at 8 pjn A group of piano pupils of Louise : able gifts for the family "Possession. Perfume and at her leisure ..

for balloting for candidates . Duckworth will be presented in a f -J KV< set cologne make such feminine permanent, shampoos, scalp
Officers will have rehearsals at recital today at 7:45 pm. at the ; THE ROSE MARIE TEAROOM gifts alluring and daring treatments facials manicures

this time. Duckworth Studio* 640 Lake Dot 340 Park Ave. N. and MCELROY'S, as weve with her favorite
000Tournaml'nt Circle. Winter Park is serving din- told you before, has one of beautician. How heavenly to
JEWELRY COMPANY Night for the Teen Those taking part will be Bar- LUCY LITTLE'S Antiqueand ners from 5:30 to 7:30 daily the largest perfume ban in know they're paid for by
Age Party will be held today at bara Libby Nancy Jayne, Billy, Flower Shop in Winter . an innovation and appreciated town. Coty's envelope compact some kind friend or relative.
14 N. Orange Ave. TeL 2.3652 the Orlando Coliseum from 7 to Mary Jane and Otis Gifford, Stephen Park invites you to bring by those who like in gold we noted too. It's a gift for which shell
10:30 . your Christmas! list and let feminine bless you. And now with the
pm. There will be tournaments Duckworth Margaret and good food and service in a would delight any
San Juan Hotel Bldg. in ping pong, dart throw- Winifred Johnson Shirley Warren, them help in selecting gifts beautifully appointed set- heart .-on Christmas. Holiday season swinging Inte
ing and peg board . Prizes will Suzanne Bailey, Buddy Bargeon, for those who are hard to ting. This tea room is very set rw Sol activity Its a good Idea te
be awarded Annette Outlaw. please Such enchanting and popular for engagement and KEEP THE LIGHT of make your beauty appoint-
lovely things small ment for those' special occa
I as! a pine bridal luncheons and dinner Christmas glowing all year
UH chest with Bennington parties., Afternoon teas with with the gift of a lamp. sions. Call 23Z5.CHRISTMAS .
knobs . a Regina music THE CHIMNEY CORNER
delicious hot buttered toast,
I box, 75 years old which home-made cake, and tea GIFT SHOP has some ex- J JI
plays a merry tune to add are part of the daily sched- quisite ones giving beauty 1

Christmas cheer to any ule and both large and small and service . lovely Me-
I home. Interest in the outstanding groups are engaging tables torian lamps! [reproductions Gladft
eftlnf&HfJ collection of colored for this pleasant interlude toa of antiques] . "Brite-
glass and china centersin busy shopping day. Glow" solid brass!!, desk, hurricane -
the table of cranberry and hand painted lamps. i
rr I other pieces in the same rosy For the kiddies . Walt I l
shade, finger bowls goblets! Disney lamps [Mickey
tumblers, vases. Foliage ? !Mouse Donald Duck to men- J
plants and vines in gay pottery jr .
tion only a few of the characters - -
holders, bulbs, cut ] . night lights so CANDLESwere
flowers, the perfect gift always and kit-
clever elephants
as this
never so gay as
new! sensational! offer a wide selection : 1 tens and then there's Donald year and those in the win-
from the Flower Shop. [531 s-t Duck and his! candle light to dows at the SEA GULL Gift
Park Ave., St. Winter Park HAVE A WHITE CHRISTMAS guard your "sleepy one." For Shop 152 Park Ave. S, la

set rj FJ like your Northern the light way to Christmas Winter Park, vie for atten-
lipstick four-cast LOOKING FOR IDEAS for friends and ret a white tree giving see THE CHIMNEY tion with the music boxes
Christmas table decorations? at VIOLET DELL FLORISTS CORNER lamps, 13 W. Pine which tinkle out merry

} I We found lovely hand painted 236 X. Orange Ave. seset rs tunes in shapes of smallchurches.
and shell trimmed tallies This and other lovely decorations logs. Santa with
We ferns take a lot of kidding -
R color-keyed for you! and place cards in sets of 12 you've no doubt seen about our chapeaux, his sleigh a fire place log
at DON DEE SHELLCRAFTShop in the window . candles of but know it's just a cover cabins. This is the 13th season .
7 Helena rubinstein in the Arcade 120 N. all kinds [Santa, show ladies! we for sincere admiration. for the SEA GULL, one
by up
Orange Ave. Lovely centerpieces Bambi, to mention only a For a "top" selection go to of Winter Park's most popular -
too . hibiscus!, few . white bells and the GLORIA JUT SHOP in gift shops which can always -
inspired artist in color apple blossoms. large or snowballs to trim your tree the Washington St. Arcade be counted on for"
If . Christmas wreaths door
!small tropical flowers madeof . flirtatious feather bands handsome Christmas cards,
shells tinted pastrl flowers pieces, table decorations sequin' beanie and purse set. gorgeous wrappings!, silver"
shades. For a gift seethe blooming plant, cut flowers. fells. trimmed with perky and turquoise Indian Jew-
For the very first time! unusual Caribbean pearlsin For gifts . clever! dish gardens feathers, wispy veiling sequins elry stuffed animals and a

soft pastel and two tone . wall ornaments for bows . the little world of small endearing
The 4 right lipsticks for your 4 best costume 5S shades . come in two vines We especially liked the ornaments that endear a hat objects! of art and fantasy
strands and double strands old fashion wall telephonevine to women and bring forth Very new for Christmas are
shades...in lipstick cases costume-colored twisted . exquisite matchIng holder When Christmas comments from men' The trays, bowls and candlesticks
earrings and combs. decorating stop VIOLET GLORIA HAT SHOP also of enamel baked on
to tell you which lipstick to wear! U-- DON DEE SHELLCRAFT DELL FLORISTS. has beautiful hosiery and copper in shades of red, turquoise

shop has your typical Florida rw fee.S snappy handbags that'll and gold. THE SEA

gifts. Well. we dropped in at TUT- make someone you know a GILL has had the agency
7 Choose the LIPSTICK rou*.CAST created for you! f rj let FV HILLS tit N. Orange Ave, wonderful Christmas! gift. for Indian River citrus [none
better for the past five
f If you've been trying to the other day and we saw so
{ Blonde? Brunette? Red-head? Medium- make a choice between a man intriguing foods that rears and are cow shippingfor
Christmas. OPEN EVEMNGS. -
camera and a radio for a we thought you, too would
t brown? Silver-gray? There's a LIPSTICK A Christmas gift. ASSOCIATED like to know of some of them. .

"t 113 N. Orange Ave. Just arrived was the shipment 1
FOUI-CAST color-keyed to your men comYOUR u'snc lOUI.CAnI has your answer. One of the of THILLS' famous.

cleverest ideas. we've seen- King Tut Cheese . it s that
I color-key! Your four
+ !g plexion type and your costume colors.1 u year afoot LITTLE EYES WILL SHINE
and smooth
flattering lipstick shades .r. m the combination camera soft, creamy, extra
t., costume-colored portable radio. A wonderfully sharp cheese that's to food If Santa brings a new Gib-
lipstick ..
eases.
compact piece to take on for both table and cooking son Girl dress of striped cotton fIf
C" Use your colors t to dramatize you! stick to tell yon at a glance which lip. your trips This unusual Air purposes . and for a nat- skirt and lingerie blouseor
to wr with each costume I
King combination comes in ural (companion with this a gay red topped plaid
Look classic, romantic. daring, discreet. 4 glowing,luting,creamy lipsticks green. red. or brown imita- cheese there THILLS' taffeta skirt dress from The
in a sparkling lucitecUT.aJL 3.5 tion alligator case with over- homemade hearth baked rye TOW E "HOP, 250 Park

Your key is the Helena Rubinstein LIPSTICK ladindoal lipsticks ... each..LOO.BLO"'DE !shoulder strap . takes bread. If you haven't tried it. Ave,. N.. Winter Park. These
? Pick,your colon from 127" film costs only $2395 it s a must on your list. Then are for girls from 7 to 10 and PLANTER LAMPS cause a
your blonde LIPSTICK FOUI-CAST FOCI-CAST: for your complexion I type. plus batteries. W>'re proudwe there English muffins that have the real "new look." furore wherever seen. Entirely
to achieve classic,romantic. found Air King's radio are so food split and toasted. Smaller sisters from one to new in aspect they
doing. or discreet. elf- and camera combination for For a cold meat that's really three will wear cunning combine a plant holder in
It's a snappy gift assuring grand be sure to tf'7In.: Perley frocks of pastel cham- your lamp and with their t
hours of pleasure. Tuthill's jellied ham loaf. brays, tiny puff sleeves embroidered graceful brass stand and

= !X< rv< rv< Those cooked Florida lobsters yokes or fine fabric shade, are decorative
te'o 1 "t chock full of snowy batiste. Watch for new and useful at the same time.
Shopping for him ?
.o a problem '
) / THE GREETING SIIOP 142 white meat offer a delightful things arriving daily in this Wonderful for sun and other
shop . for infants children -
/ N. Orange Ave. gave us marvelous change in your menus. Last Informal rooms with licks
ideas . booklets! but not least we saw a grand and grown-ups Reed furniture. Tile top
.[solid walnut brass-as assortment of Oriental teas rv *% let tables, Stangl birds and Tole

: iJo dogs, antelopes,or horses], dice . just about any kind you HAMPTON HALL 124 E. lamps are among" the other
:Morse Blvd, Winter Park, selected for
sets in leather (, pocket can mention and they're so Items being
1i size leather cribbage cases board attractively packaged that has just received from the Christmas gifts at House of
Virgin Islands beautifully Hastings 53S Park Ave 8..
musical liquor box with bot- they make really grand gifts. .
c hand-embroidered cocktail Winter Park. Solid bran and
ttar tle and two glasses playing set r..iv .
napkins and guest towels, lacquer fireplace equipment,
/ an old English tune real Have you seen the musical!
done on fine Irish linen sent which may be bought hereby
d leather books for trip rec Christmas tree in the win-
direct to the Islands. Nowhere the piece or altogether
i ords. Business year books!, dow at THE GREETING in the world is this Includes the basket and
samara: ? Red is your classic am-axapf Blue is your dis1IEDn'1InoW1t'* Yellow is JOUr SILYU-CBAT* Greea it your : bar &t"f'essories. musical liquor SHOP 12 V Orange Ave? type of work done so beau- irons, fire lighter' and screen,
colon The right lipstick is the creet color U itli bines' ,wear the romantic color The nfa lipstick dinng color.The right lipstick pourer, table cigaret It plays Silent Night, and tifully. Tiny figures worked hearth acts Gorgeous lamps
red-cased lipstick from yourtrwtftte blue-cased lipstick from your is in the yellow case in your is lit the green case in yoorfJrer lighters in onyx and walnut grouped around the tree are out in. cross stitch or gay from Detew.rthemanal_-
LIPSTICK FOUt-CAil. redhead umioc Ut-CAST. luun-bron lama row usr. and Bruce Fox aluminum stuffed dogs, Bambi a
-grwjr UPSTKK FOUt-CAST. pan colored embroidery picturesof lurers are priced from J12JS
placques for office or denNo da, little girl dolls baby native life in miniature.The to $75... Cordey figures and
matter for whom you're dolls!, and Dy-Dce dolls-the same shipment brought candy boxes, gold leaf brackets -
buying . man woman. or gifts Santa should leave for hundreds of dolls!, authentic and mirrors are among
child you'll find lovely gifts your little lass under the figures for collectors in pie- the very glamorous lifwMiss
t1 1 J. at THE GREETING SHOP. Christmas tree. tnresqne' garb of the Islands. here.



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r Organ Vespers Informal Sketch Of League Today's Pattern Scheduled Thursday.-" Friday-'' I; J7


Mrs. Norman De Forest, chair- items of value. including jewelry
Series Starts Follies Rehearsal Given
man of the annual White Elephant silver, linens, furniture clothing

I The rehearsals for the Junior i I I,tar Beauty Queen number and the Sale to be conducted Thurs- and oddities, have already been s

Here TodayThe League Follies to be presented Saturday j I'lovelies featured include Bet- j- day and Friday at the Winter Park received.
at 8 pjn. at the City Auditorium ty Williams Jeane Guernsey. Country Club announces that dis- The Buy A Brick Campaign MY I BBY BOX --
first of series of Organ !
a
underway at a which has r
are now play tables are being constructed been underway for several -
and Lou
Vesper programs will be given today i strenuous pace as active and sustaining Jane Anne Lawrence .s4ri for the sale and being donated I weeks will be climaxed at the
at 5 p.m. In the Knowles Memorial I members and their husbands Goggans, while Catherine Logan, are White Elephant B. Ward Rising.
Chapel. Dr. Herman F. feverishly go through the : Sara Layton, Vaylor Logan and i by the following: Mrs. Frank I chairman of the campaign ural'Sall u9 ox
I routines with a touch of "practice Bill Conway play stooge. Daly, the Winter Park White Day i civic-minded citizens to parti-
Siewert organist, will be assistedby makes perfect" and fun galore. I The episode from the Wild West Nursery Mr. ana Mrs. Harold Lyons I cipate in this worthwhile\ drive. as

the Rollins Chamber Orchestra.|.I Ted Soule who is directing the features a group of belles tabbedas Mrs. Maude Saunders Mrs every brick sold will go toward
Mr. Siewert. a member of the I I Follies has a deft hand to the the pony chorus Sally Butt, De Forest Mrs. A. B, Seibold Mrs housing for Winter Park children.
Rollins faculty since 1923, has 1 reigns as he puts the various Billy Varper.Lucille Wamck Lau- w. F. Quarrie and the Benefit ---
presented a weekly program of chorus and solo numbers throughthe j ra Inman. Frances Mallory Kate Shop. Prof. Gabriel Tikhoff Russian

Organ Vespers In the Knowles paces with a continual "get 'Speight, Lib Taylor Edith Dyer Mrs. Marshall Clark the painter ,, astronomer believes the planet
Memorial Chapel since its dedica- up there" and never a "whoa. Margaret Edwards, Jane Hills. has donated the commissions Mars has forests of evergreen tree
tion In 1932. I The cast members are bearing up Dorothy Ellis, Frances Berry and from six portraits to the benefit similar to those on earth
,
Mr. Siewert is a graduate of the wonderfully under the strain how- I'I'I Trudy Anderson. sale proceeds from which will go
for want to make your I
Guilmant Organ School in New ever they The Midway scene is a howl, toward the buildmg fund of the
York City, a diploma graduate of i j: Follies and it is YOUR Follies in complete with bearded lady. We Winter Park White Day Nursery ANNOUNCINGCRYSTALS

the American Conservatory of i' because practically friend everyone who is a i will not tell you who she is. but jy The portraits will be painted on for all shape
Paris and a Fellow of the American I Orlando has a the best bit ,I Saturday night you will find she appointment at her studio in Win- WATCHES fit
member of the cast
Guild of Organists. He retired : is one of the five taking part In ter Park. 1 HOUR SERVICE SUALCANDIES
a few years ago as the Dean of of hilariously gay entertainmenteer here. this scene: Sally Huckel Dot White elephant contributionsare EXPERT WATCH REPAIRING *
to be presented
Florida Chapter of the American Chappell Ruth Woodruff, Anna JEWELRY *
the ,
being received at the BLOCK'S
country
Guild of Organists after being i There are laughs galore in the Smith, Sally Howard and Jean \ \ club I ig w Church St FOR THOSE WHO LOVE FINE
today from 10 a.m. to 12
elected to that office four times. I Follies and the rehearsals already Pittman, all sustaining members.Eric \ noon and if transnortation 1*
mark this as amateur theatricalsi Ravndal, who starred in the -
The program is as follows i needed for themit1ayb had by
above the amateur
far
Bach 1937 Follies, will return again for
1 Toralota and FUIIM In D Minor- i .f calling Mrs Harold Lyons. ManySt.
doubt this statement now, you
2. PenceaousrnBerman I you this scene. f y fi
T 6ie ert. organ will believe it Saturday when you t ty
3. Bolt in B WIIor-Bach Adrian Zorian sings a cute ditty t :'f< ;,;
Baldwin doing Car-
Minuet ;I see Stacey a for a happy-go-lucky pickanicin' \
Badlneri I I men Miranda with the song South tt Luke'sHoliday
4. lint Kliene Machtmuilk I the scene as another dancing group W' d'" \ .
America Take It Away in .
',
AUeiroRomania does a typical strolling through : aSe
I eighth number on the program, j the park, characterized by tippingof '
S. grand Concerto In B Flat Mmior which also includes a samba; routine i I :' 1'h LAWTOTB
Handel hats and shy bows from the
Ylvtee Largo and Allegro by Junior Leaguers Stacey ladies. Dancers include Anne Gib-
Rolllna Chamber Orchestra 'I Baldwin Ernestine Slemons, Mar- j
Christopher O Honaas. conductor Jorie Merrill. Sally Pace Lucy I son and Bill Conway, Tucky Ward 8'128 Market Set
t. Westminster Chime*-Vierne and N B Broward 3d Margaret
Mr. Biewert. onan.First Green. Jane Anne Lawrence Nan j I '
i Chester Pauline Har- 36-52
and Whittle.
Broward Carolyn Peters. Louise 'i St. Martha's Guild of St. Luke'sCathedral
I I'I rell and Bill Reis, Barbara Cheney THINOS't
recorded use of ration has arranged to workin
Peterson Jane Groover. Alice Jane I FOR TilE MATRON !
books was in 1000 B. C. when 'I Sullivan, and Anne Dickson. Also I and Wilson Green Trudy and Bob 'I afternoon i relays on their sale of Interna-
Mitzi and Charles O A charmingly simple
China rationed rice after a flood. featured in the samba will be Ruth Anderson tional friendship dolls at the
The world today has 53.600.000 Pounds and Chester Towne. Andrews Jr., Jean Matthews and dress created to praise the slightly I Holiday Market Friday 10:30: ajnu .
Bob Caldwell, Caroline Peters and larger figure. Shoulder shirring'' XmafY
telephones an increase of 7,400.000 > 10 p.m. at Cathedral School.At .
before the war. The 13th number in the first act Marcus Hawkins, Ruth and George lends a soft feminine airifou s
since Just I is certainly not an unlucky one Johnson. During this number like fasten a flower bouquet on one 8 ajn Mrs. Mary W. Howell ,

COLLEGE PARK as it affords rip-roaring comedyin I i'Jean Yothers and Bob Pearson, shoulder S will direct the early birds. Mrs. J L
I the best form with a group of :,Sally and Julian Pace Jean Guern- Pattern No. 8128 comes in sizes Sidney Newell and Mrs. Charles "j \

SHOE REPAIRING prominent local personalities in a I: sey and Roger Pounds are seen 36 38 40, 42. 44. 46, 48, 50 and Riecken in decorating the booth
Guaranteed WorkmanshipNew ballet sequence. Included are l I: just strolling along. 52. Size 38, 4 yards of 35 or 39- and handling early sales: at noon
'. : Factory Machinery James Keith, Gaynor Wiggins, : inch. these will be relieved by the Mmes.
Sara : Helen Jacobs I
Layton Mary -
I I I i
Dave Layton Harry Baldwin, Jim John McPhee, Art Melrose, Walter r
SHOE REPAIR SHOP Bill Conway, Marcus Hawkins For this pattern, send 25 cents,
Pittman, Bob Carr Dr :MarshallC. Weeden: from 3 to 6 Miss 1
pjn
i in coins, address
[la S and lie Store] Harold Krebs, Bob Pearson, your name size
Dendy, Dr. John Branscomb Betty Frey and Miss Lucy Dorseywill
desired, and the pattern numberto 4
Floyd Wheeler MJT. N. B Broward 3d Henry Meiner, I
-COLLEGE PARKPERMANENT Lloyd Gahr, Benjamin Cox Hal- Wilson Green and Bob Caldwell Sue Burnett. Orlando Sentinel- be added: from 5 p.m. on Mrs.
Dane J. Huckel, Charles O. An- i I Tad Arendt Miss Artemisia De-
Star, 1150
make the Oil Skit one of the rich- Ave. Americas, New
drews Jr, and Herbert Bargeon. mopoulos president of St. Mar-
York 19, N Y.
est in praise, and Bill Parrish doing ;
WAVES The French influence is felt
tha's Guild. Mrs. G. Curry Jones,
Send 25
cents for
the Croon's Swoon is one of j I today jour
Up when Dot Ellis lends her talents ter
of the and Miss Nellie Ramsdell will form
v498 I the funniest and cleverest of imi- copy new Fall and Winter
CompleteBEAUTY to a number in that language. Jane Fashion. Brimful of the sales force.
tations. sewing information -
Ward presents a convincing heavy !I j I I In addition to
dolls from
RAY I drama Then there is Emily Sharp vo- for home se\\ers. Free foreign
: scene.
PARLOR pattern printed in book. lands all decked in authentic native -
Oaa Place Omly Clad in typical ballet costumes, calizing as the Squaw in Hollywood -
I costumes, St. Martha's Guild
38 E. Pine Phone 4222 I supported by Billy Vamer
the men are tremendously effec- Frances Mallory. Lucille Wamck Eola Park Forum will offer rag dolls baby dolls
tive and keep onlookers howling as
dolls representing characters dearto
Laura Inman Edith Jane
Dyer.
they strive for grace and form in Hills and Frances Berry. The I Speakers Announced children, and a doll house presented -
BestKnownhome: a dance that is even hard for pro-
sec-I to two little girls of Brookline 1
fessionals.The ond act is opened by the Speakers for the Eola Park I! :
Mass. in 1870.PARK
ettes Laura Inman. Frances Forum the
opening number is I during remainder of the 4
appro- ------ -
remedy to relieve priately adapted to the theme that Mallory, Kate Speight. Margaret week have been announced as fol-
miseries of child cold is Edwards. Jane Hills, Frances Ber- lows:
women are always late for a date
1 VICKS and gets the show off to a moodof ry, Trudy Anderson, Sally Butt George V Miller will speak to-
RUB 0N Billy Varner Lucille Warnck, Lib day the
on topic Must We Fight
light-heartedness as a group of Taylor and Edith I i .$ Are you tucking away every day in our
men through the Of Dyer. Russia? Tomorrow John Van In the Heart of TownFor '
go mimicry a '
I primping prima donna. The women Joe Peoples' solo number is well I Dyke will speak on Politics and I 2 Hoars for ZSe lay-away . some trinket, some trifle . .
RATSROACHESSTONE I finally arrive, however, and a worth seeing, and Sue Bussells. Politicians in the Early U. S.. GRAND or all CENTRAL day for 50e STATION<<: at ;, a some treasure of love? A ring? A watch?

DEAD QUICK! cute dancing number develops who is Follies chairman and Mary while on Friday Charles Stone 33 W. Pine St. Her silver or china? Keep it up: For
1Mrd. tees BOBBON'B thereon. Included in this group Helen Jacobs are seen in a cute ; will give some curious chemical y Christmas . it's smart as a fox!
Wmoor& irittoae's rl are :Margaret and Chester Whittle, skit Uniformity. !, experiments. No speaker has been .
i -. Mitzi and Charles Andrews Jr., And not least in the comedy arranged for the open meeting k 4E 'F FLOIcIDA'S FINEST JEWELRY STORE
kin. Harriet and Glen Spears. Gwin dance category is the Knees Saturday. I ,
| Slap !
ra 4i
=eu.etr:..-,;;w =M...,.,...,IBMCf 17_ IS*MUiavaua. ..tp II \\Patterson and Tim Merrill, Trudy number which features Alyce Pot- These meetings are held each Ii Caldwell & Harvey it Registered American Gem Jerrlers Society 132 Orlando.8. Orange Florida Are.
Y am: a. a oa.d! ",= Ark iinb and Bob Anderson. Mary Jane tinger, vocalist, Madeline Centile, day at 2:30: p.m. at the park. i
aoAcatYA=:fa 1taz eoraia Fields and Marcus Hawkins Mad- tinger, vocalist, Madeline Gentile, INVESTIGATE - -- '
BEFORE
eline Gentile and Bill Siemens Margaret McJordan Beth John- YOU BUTS Electrical Appliance I i t **

.,., Margaret McJordan and Henry son. Margaret Whittle. AlyceI ;,.,peiweAe,4, .
F""'." ,'1Iit n' ::!lillI !:;-' Meiner Kitty :Magruder and Har- I Thornal and Kitty Magruder.All 'f$ .c,. Dealer

Limited old Krebs Anne Penny and Bill in all, rehearsals say the POT J- !. CASsr.nr
Time Only! Schultz. Grace Dial and Bob Cald-
Follies will be well worth your SERVING COLLEGE PARK ..
I Unbreakable well.Beautifully while even if you did not know ..gam.liawaAg.at
exhibited is the waltz that the proceeds are going to the 2213 Edrewater Dr. Pb. 21972
number, which features vocalistSis .
league philanthrophic activities A TRANSACTIONI .
CRYSTALS HOMETOWN
Voorhis while the following do 1------
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the one-two-three Ernestine and
Bill Slemons, Emily and Henry
SOC Meiner Marjorie and Tim Merrill -

Lucy and Wilson Green. Mar- VEL. Colgate- .,.
ORLANDO JEWELRY STORE jo Dukes and Bob Caldwell Alice nevy
Jane Sullivan and Harold Krebs,
35* *.
Onnt war Jaekw)
Specializing oil Swiss Louise Peterson and Marcus Haw- Palrnolfve'Peetproduct
and. American" M watches. kins, SaLy and Julian Pace. Har- l I
I Estimates Free. riet and Glen Spears, Nan and N. e

B.And Broward of course 3d. there is the popu- cleans cuts dish half !


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Handkerchiefs On ProgramTwo 15 milder to hands/


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@ lInEnS Music will be guest artists at
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the musical to be presented by the ;
ImPOutltS. 1.u. Central Florida Zionist District V S
Mr s ds .. /
today at 8 pm. at CongregationOhev
P'... g2i i Shalom. TUST wash and rinse, and even glassware sparkles without wiping!

'J.MODOer.mlne ; Kenneth Newbern, pianist of .' ? This new Colgate-Palmolive-Peet suds Vel leaves no scum
FOR Tampa, student of Prof. Walter soap

,. CHRISTMASGIFTS t J Charmbury Bach and, will Debussy.offer selectionsof f --:' or streaky film to polish away. Removes grease faster, more completely -

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i lic and will be followed by a social I i ; \ ing absolutely nothing on
t METERS hour in honor of infant daughterof ,
t L Visitors Welcome-We may tempt Rabbi and Mrs. M. A. Skop. sr \ "

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And,Christmas makes then dearer leading product made for washing dishes and fine fabrics.


So send them all a Christmas card :
; g, n.. \ \ VH. Is the trade-Mrh*f the Colgate PaIacdve-Net Cwnpaiy.

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Maoycherafavd friends are __ S S sheerer-looking,

,, remembered oat,at Christmas. _ S
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Vel keeps stockings sheerer-looking,
S oo quality Gibson Christmas tt
Cards. 1 lovelier longer than even finest soap
Always the FLN'EST.J .
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I no scum or film sticking to threads.

ti 1-&i us r Stockings rinse clear: stay sheer.Vel

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Woolens wash softer and fluffier>
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December 3 1947 EdIFtoria4 : innformi tion SlUL r rlttttfct> fHorntag Srntitttt r rfbrand
BPTFC; PlansLuncheon Miss Johnson Wednesday, Genera page 15:1:
It's festive -tji*' "" yjp" " *w < <

Hostess At about flfMthrD1lMirinANNOUNCEMENT Little Theater We The Women -1

Flqtteiy for JuniorsAs

For VisitorThe Winter Garden MembershipDrive MarriageTop

I
Orlando Business and Professional !Special to Orlando Morning Sentinel] CID Career I
Women's Club will meet WINTER GARDEN-Miss Adalee BeginsThe i ii
honoring Johnson hostess at an informal j
today for luncheon was
OF THE appointment of Miss MarceUe Hammond -
Miss Beatrice A. Patterson of New party in her home Monday. Indoor Little Theater Group will For Most
York City field director of the games were enjoyed and of Winter Park and New York.as director of a new variety have a membership drive this ; Designed By

National Federation of Business cookies and hot chocolate servedto program broadcast five times a week over WFMO. the newest FM, Thursday and Friday in an effortto By RUTH MILLETT I
Professional Women's Clubs. Betty Ruth Hammond Ruth get more people interested in
and
station in the Metropolitan New' A New York I
held at 12:30 p.m.1 Williams Jean Clark, Lorene Sanders theater work of any phase to become career woman
It win be
.jJJl!] York Area located at Jersey City
)
at the Angebilt Hotel. Peggy Stancell. Dmain Fielder . affiliated with the Little points out that a real problem
I
was made by the station yes- Theater of Orlando. ...
Miss Patterson is touring the Edward Sanders John Hammond E'' terday. I in the employment picture todayis KAY COLLIER
State aiding in the organizationof Jack Stancell. Charles Membership tickets will go on the woman who quits her Job
new clubs. She will be accom- Stancell and Donald Keene. I MarceHe, attractive and exoticlooking sale at the Associated Stores, for a few years to have children, I
Miss Sara Lee chaperoned brunette daughter oft where a theater representativewill but has '
panied here by I Miss Eva Mae Austin every intention of going
Creech of Belle Glade. Fla.. president -. a group of girls on an over- I, Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Hammond be on hand to Answer ques- back to work as soon as her children -
of the Florida Federation of night camping trip during the graduated from Rollins4College tions about the group. The mem- are of school age.
,Business and Professional Wom- Thanksgiving Holidays at Smith's I and was an official Army bership card entitles the holder to The trouble she says. is that
all four productions of the
en's Clubs. !camp on Lake Butler. Included in| hostess at the Service Mene see during her stay-at-home period
season to attend two meetings
Before coming to work as field' the group were: Arvie Vass and i Club at the Orlanao Air Base each month and to participate in the woman is often miserably unhappy -
director of the National Federation Bobbie Jemigan of Ocoee and during the war. She also sang theater work in and spends those years
they
any way are
Miss Patterson was assistant Marion Smith. Carolyn Bradford.!, w with the Bach Festival Choir in capab'e. feeling she is missing a lot. Well,
director of the women's division Dot Kannon, Jean Tyson. Oneita Winter Park for a number of now, just what IS she missing?
I_ of the National Safety CounciL I and Elizabeth Kuykendall all of SwM The first production of the sea- Taking care of an employer's
She was also associated with the I Winter Garden. seasons and has recently been a son will be Ten Little Indians office and running it efficiently s
pupil of the former opera star famous mystery drama by Agatha a
American Women's Assn.. and the Donald Keene popular sophomore certainly isnt any more reward- a
Columbia Concerts Inc. I at Lakeview, had the misfortune i 4- Mme. Margaret Matzenhauer. Christia, which has been in rehearsal ing or challenging a job than taking a .
Members of the Orlando club of breaking his leg and in- -i Her new program includes over a month and will be care of a man's home.
Miss I his while picking fruit feature stones, interviews with presented Friday at 8:15 p.m. at What in
are urged to hear Patterson'smessage. juring arm the world can she makeof
!
Reservations may be I i during the holidays. celebrities discussion of beauty Sorosis House. herself as a career woman that
made by calling Miss Charlotte I The local Chapter of the Order hints and secrets, recorded selec- The Broadway success Dear will give her as much satisfactionas Sizes9tctl5
Robinson. of Eastern Star has again resum- tions and also her own vocal numbers Ruth, will be the January offer being a full-time wife and

ed active duties. State officers will MARCELLE HAMMOND The radio station, undecid- mother loved and depended upon
There are approximately 180.003 attend a meeting here Saturdayat . has new program ed as to what to call lady disk ing.Miss by her husband and children?
farmers in the State of Minnesota.HJFADCOID 8 at the Legion Hall. Of A woman hasn't business
for its
I p.m. jockey's program, has instituted a prize contest name. a DeButts' any
Mrs. G. T. Smith has returned I distinguished musical family, Marcelle is continuing her voice studies marrying and having a family if
from Meridian Miss.. where she she doesn't believe that marriageand
WHAT IS OFTEN with her eye open toward a future concert and opera career.
1 FIRST SIGN OF ; visited her brother-in-law and motherhood combined is the
O O nPEOPLE EngagementMade
0 HEAD COLD? sister, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Kerlin. most important career in the t
i Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Wiley and MAKE NOVEL inquiries about WHOO's Friday night 'world for a woman. )

Answer: A dry itchy minI ill nose. son Pete, of Cordele, Ga., are . Will there be table reservations? The answer is definitely KnownAnnouncement The. ex-career woman housewife
Just 2 drop of Penetxo Nose DroplllJleach guests of Mrs. Wiley's mother, isn t unhappy-as she maintains-
nostril aoothe irritated membrane "No" with a capital N . Tables are arranged on the club plan, first because
You breathe Mrs. Vivian Kitchen.Mr. is being made she feels she is missinga
reduce nasal congestion. come, first served . No reservations were provided because the lot out of life.
freer and feel relief immediately. I and Mrs. Roscoe Willis an- by Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Dulaney
NOSE nounce the.birth of a daughter. sponsors want everybody to come early . 7 30 o'clock and see the DeButts of the engagement of She is unhappy because she
PENETRD DROPS Molly Jean, born Dec. 1 at Orlando magnificent and expensive show [$3,000 band plus a couple of high- their daughter. Frances Lee, to misses a pay check, or becauseshe s
has
Osteopathic Hospital. John U. Hidalgo son of Mr. and discovered that bemg a
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Starr have priced acts from the Miami Gold Coast) . Should table reser- Mrs. U. P. Hidalgo of New Orleans full-time wife and mother is a

ITCHING I returned from Miami where they vations have been possible, half the house would be empty at 9 or 10 more exacting job.

visited Mr. and Mrs. George Yeager -I o'clock during dinner parties and cocktail jousts. The marriage will take place in Oldest living holder of the Con-

KNOCKED OUT and incidentally attended the Will liquor be served? Positively No also with a capital N. . New Orleans the latter part of gressional Medal of Honor is

Arc th.. ttcblnn, .ettJB. yox cr.trt. Alabama-Miami football game Set-ups, ice ginger ale sparkling water, Coca-Cola will be served December. Charles Windolph. 95 of Lead.
I ": Saturday. Center of
=riJn mopwta ::=:: aor I Miss DeButts graduated from S.D. attraction .
an kind hSD[ .::tithe.' h. teeth Jerry Chicone attended the free of charge . If there is any drinking done, it will be out of the Orlando Senior High School in the in
you our graceful
t LAS HOHIbSt "'it.ll chappeci d wit.. Florida-Kansas football game in I guests own bottles and they'll be drinking their own liquor . Mgr. class of 1943, and attended the
ere* University of Georgia for two Kay Collier
It..ch HOtf90N'a DERMAZEMetIA: Gainesville Saturday. partypoingfrock'
Bill who
tor Kemp is running the reception for the
MCNT. lA t it knock tbeM ttchiK. eoUud I Officers of Sunday School of the newspaper, says years. She enlisted in the Cadet !
# MI.dehthtiuuttr.kin.urprised.or *ara > *only. First Presbyterian Church met there's nothing wrong in this . "We cant stop people from havinga Nurse Corps of the U. S. Army in CROTONWatches Softly draped hips with flattering -
SoBSoVJ I
5K.M : labal. ask for church to makeI 1945 taking training at Charity 1395 to 950,00O flowing front-drape. In Nile Greenor
CERMA-ZEUA OUnllENT- *. I Monday at the nip and having fun, but *e're just not going to serve any hard
I final plans for the Christmas drinks" he .. Hospital, New Orleans where she Grey 10
--- explains.Meanwhile Central crepe. QC
party. Attending were J. E. Sadder will graduate next month. This .
I Mrs. Dan McKmnon Mrs. Mr. Kemp said he had been offered $10 for extra in- year she 'was chosen from among Florida's
Kenneth Winter. Mr. and Mrs. vitations . At the police station it was reported the engraved invitations the more than 500 student nursesto Dealer
I
i Dave Starr. Bob Willis Miss Shir- were being black-marketed for as high as $25 each . Mr. reign as queen at the annual 1tJ- '
ley Mink and Stuart Merchant. Kemp got a chuckle out of this . "Invitations are non-transferable." Beauty Court a social event of Exclusive I
I he explained. "Their will be some prominence in New Orleans .MI I
Miss Peggy Harter of Gaines- owners checked at the door with a master A TIMELY GIFT FOB XMAS
BEAUTY COMES ville is visiting her parents, Dr. card index . The invitations also are numbered by an invisible ink Mr. Hidalgo served with dis- USE Junior Shop tJfAf' ''
tinction in the U. S. j)
FROM WITHIN and Mrs. B. P. Harter on Lake which shows up under our magic eye treatment at the door. So, Iwouldn't neers in the European Army Theater Engi- HERMAN'S LayPlan Second Floor
Apopka. I advise anybody to buy an invitation. It I
simply won't be
SoHrren fro* tray blood caMMMa any He is now attending Loyola University -
27 W. oe-.e S. p--
; .flee ta.. dull, ultra l lIPI good. if transferred. New Orleans. .
I .c.
kM. pinipltf. ba.lv, eld
Mm. n n n
'
after a
Too can t stretch a policy
I
knew* to Ikeuundt tor
ever SO ye an-tee kelps evr. t lire. Better get that additional' insurance I A POPULAR ORLANDO debutante indeed is Barbara Coith, attrac-
today. It does* t make any
come vlMf tkn to*condition.tram mutf FPP rheumjticcondition. offers difference where you have your tive blonde daughter of Mr. and Mrs A. T Coith who walkedoff I
present Insurance. We can write thai with top honors at the annual dance in honor
of
Ask tor PPP tod yRodtco Rollins College'sAWLLKUA
Product A.( (rj. G*.. additional insurance: n.. 11 team at +Wit..._? DubsdreadCountry At Dickson & Ives we're dreaming of a a. .

Geiger Mutual Ins. Agency Club. A senior at Rollins,
I
ifrtMAIU'MI:
i'iMt.it mi
i ttt S. Orange Ave. Phone 6233 Barbara was one of ten girls

selected by the football team and
later voted upon by all the men !'

at Rollins to be the football queenof Christmas'-
the year.

Talented as well as beautiful,
Barbara was recently starred in White

the Fred Stone Lab Theater's .
ROGERS JEWELRY COMPANY production of The Old Maid her

Out of The High Rent District first dramatic undertaking which
NATIONALLY ADVERTISED MERCHANDISE proved to be a success.
12 E. Church St Phono, 4923
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GUESTS AT the .
RECENT In S
DuBose Academy

tek Zellwood, were, Mr. and Mrs. James KA YSAKSY

Henderson Cole Columbia, S. C.; .
Miss Dorothy McKie of Augusta,
Ga.: Robert Lang of Birminghamand OF Y

On Patio from 120 North Orange & 35 West WashingtonThe Betty Jo Bumby of Orlando. BARBARA COITH CALIFORNIA't, O.;.
. Arriving today to be the
house guest of Mrs. J. Merle . voted to be queen

McElroy will be Mrs. Clarence Mason of Birmingham, Ala
y /
Whistling Oyster uu

Lodge Party Held ;a "Gifts for All Occasions"The
Wedding Presents
Cherokee Council No. 12, De-
gree of Pocahontas held a birth- | Smart Gift Shop *k

Christmas Gifts day party this week, at the Fra- "J Cor. South St and Oriato Ave. L ,. $w-I: b

ternal Bldg., honoring all lodge '4 Phone 3-311S K o

ANY gift that matters members. There were 40 membersin h1'S1'S1'S"1'S"1'S"S":rra a bt
4m
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Received this week: Hollow Stem Champagnes I A attendance.turkey dinner was enjoyed. I'I'I -

Dinner Services Doulton The Mmes. Louise Hiblen, Evelyn DOWNTOWN
Complete in Royal
Judd, Hettie Clay and Ethel King Located OB the PatiO
Scarfs New Purses Marghab Cocktail Napkins contributed the birthday cake. From 120 Reached N. Orange and {

Fine Christmas Cards Entertainment was, provided I OWL BOOKSHOP 0 [
during the evening by Mrs. Ralph U: West Washington St. ,4j1
King, soloist accompanied by Mrs.
'
The largest stock of fine china & crystal in the city.There's Leta Nelson. 'IMS eL'o
Following the banquet the regu-
lar business meeting was held.
1 I Mrs. Ethel King was general chair-
man in charge of arrangements.

ii4iAu ; I Various forms of fortunetellingand DIAPER SERVICE

.a "lucky charms"extract $4 mil For ....".ti.n. or Immediate Delivery //-S\
lion from pockets of Englishmen PHONE 23357 i
annually.

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a fascination in printing that's sure to LISSA

make this fine gift one of the favorites of the lucky CANDIESSouthern Is

child who receives one on Christmas morning! It's

$9.95. style candies exclusive Wonderful white Botany wool gabardinein
with us in Orlando! Delicious .
But if it doesn't fit your fancy, then see the other chocolates in light and an original. design by Kay-Saks. Seenin
p, dark assortments filled with Vogue. Sizes 10 to 16.

fine toys and games. There's something just right for creams and nuts. iji 59.75

a THAT boy or girl. We're sure to have it, too, because 1' S

we've collected a wide selection for every age. H lb. light and dark assortment
i 75c Tailored-f or-town . our

I 1 lb. light and dark assortment. 1.50 distinguished white Bot- And They'e Exclusively Ours, Too

onywool gabardine suit
1
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I *;-2 lb. Marzipan 16.
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Wednesdqy December 3 1941
Citrus Auctions _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ General Information 3-U81 ,

Daily I Livestock MartCHICAGO -

ORANGES "
Stocks Hold Florida. eta.! Boxes Ton**. a-- WILL R.EMEMgr..T)4RCOMMANc'c ) :PI6E5T5 OF WEW5 I 5EE TUEaEpozT AJMEKICAM CONCESSIONS ARE T WUIOI IS THE

atd. Boie Wlrebd. tod. Rl9. CaJU.6 Bo. A5 $OPFRAKK.UN. ) ON Ti IICIBEP KEPTO44MIPt'LE PEVELOPIH3 MARY Tl'KAL < CUE FOR THE *

-af arket termV CM AT*. Car AT>. Car BoXes.... CM Boxes A... Car BoxetCTTT Leo APJ [USDA Salable B. cnvtMAi4 FgANKUN, WHO U5ED TO Al BacKiN'.3 WiilCAPTAIN. EE4CUCCE5 IN THAT AC AJHEy \ENTRANCE OP

To New York City irregular) ,- __ .. 9 2 23 .4 3.18 41 339 0 1 67 hogs 17.000. total 30,000: slow; z I5CAPThIM awibt CAREY A LOT OP FOOTBALL .. X WA5 OUT OP PLAN A NETOPAie.TEAliWPOEr: TilE U.5.NAVY-

RecoveryMARKETS Philadelphia. unchanged) 1 3.43 5 230 _. 9 3 13* 4 2.7H generally steady to 15 cents lower a ANNAPOLIS.AFTERTM CICCULATION.. TO CONNtCT THE
CONCE55IONS /* RAN
Bo ton unchanied: ) ______-. __ 2 2.24 12 3.17 __ ? ClODCS
Plttsburth nnrhsnsed) _ 1 2 40 __ 5 Z .7b few 3.99 than Monday's average; bulk good I WWICI1 i cgiivErE -

AT A GLANCE Chlrato boor _________ 5 2.38 __ 12 2.915 2 2.12 and choice 190-300 Ib butchers ; 7 oF METhL TO POINT5 WEST I _
NEW YORK St. Louis (about Steady. _____ ? 2 2 29 __ 6 3 45 --- 26.00-26.15; top 26.25 popular LS 0 p
; l4AzSog
STOCKS: Steady aelactaal -iia* .... Detroit flower* _ 3 1 96 __ _? 9 2 SiC 1 239 \ op PEARl. :
tend recovery.ONOS Baltimore lower) ._ __ __ 2 221 _. .. 4 3 09b 1 201 price 26.00; some hogs unsold and 1 "1' _
: Irmulars. .laeied rail. Im Total ___ ... 1 3 U 29 224 4 3.18 98 3.21 17 2.58 bid slightly below 26.00; few good 1 1I
a closed lower; b--Io..er. c-higher.QRAPCFHUIT. ML. -
and choice 160-180 lb 25.50-26.00 .
cc'TToN : :
Unv mill buying profit
: ; ;
taking. Seed ) Florida Std. Lcd Hi*. most good and choice sows 500 lb I ( iV1

CHICAGO 5 4. Boxea WlreM BoxeeCTTT and under 245025.25; few 25.50. L i// j l\
WHEAT: Weak: liquidation e n lack of -Market term Car AT*. Car .... Car Lee Salable cattle total 8,800 I 'r-
8500. ;
Government buying.CO New York City (irregular) __ 1 272 _. ... 2 2J1 -
UN: Weak: _lined with wheat. Philadelphia lower) _::- _-_____ 1 2.8S -. n. -- --- salable calves 1200. total 1,200; ? .:
OATS: Weak declined with'" oftorHOGSSteady __ __ ..
Boston (lower) - slaughter steers and heifers steady
I
F'
rain*
few 2.00 _
Plttsburth unchanged)
( - -
to IS cent .lower too Chicago ___________ __. _ -- --- __ to strong; cows and bulls active : a

S24-.25. St. Louu -_ -"__-_________ ___ __ -- _ -_ strong to fully 25 cents higher: '' _
CATTLE: Steady to 25 cent liighen Detroit I __ ___.___ __ _ _
-- - - -
S38.SO. all time __. n several loads strictly choice steers!
too 2 12 __
Baltimore (Irregular) 1 2 23 few -
DOW-JONES AVERAGES Totals _- _ - 3 260 few 2.08 2 2.31 held for higher prices; early top "W --5.. ( 50 P E\'EHIN: eu.ow. oty, RJEHrI JJtr) 1 PEESON4LTlf: !, 14 &e.I: EFTASL& CKETENTUL: FCC

NEW YORK UP> GRAPEFRUIT (Seedless. ) 35.25 paid for low-to average- ... iz ... ..Vd r wsii 10 ny OIJ UJQJ:: Kr YOIIIt mnae. EXXJEC*ONE dP &:' Nt'- BJT WHO' iRa SMAU.

I Stocks: Ooen High Low CIa,. Net Ch. Std Ind. Rl*. TrussCITYMarket Boxes choice medium weight steers; Nc 6110? RS? OAL7ZY 61)3! CAN'T fI.'E. Yell OL/t:/ SAYB4. SIT; T'.IIS &.1.0: ate WMO L1a 1'1 SlW'C\\S i
814. Boxes Wlrcbd. Bozo _ _
! 30 Ind. 110." 111 77 ISO JO IM.lt u* '.15 lena ___ S 'TEE wa'a ecs TYPE, I lTj WCKIT BOMC4Z'c IiOTE 5 A s.m. tsFaE: _ _
New York City irregular) ____________ 2 2.38 14 3 53 -- high-medium and good steers pre-
20 lIa" 47.75 ".20 47..1 47.114 ue '.1' Philadelphia lower) ______________ 1 3.39 2 2.17 .- .- ___ 24.00-31.50 load r: .nttrfvc _
33.15 32.TS 33.04 .1 dominated at
! IS Utila 32.8 ua ( Boston (lower) __________ __ -- 1 4.54 -- _._ : :II
SS St'k S3.SO S3.90 13.26 S3.SS ue '.U Pittsburgh (unchanged) __ ___ __ ___ __ ___ -- -- choice 925 Ib mixed yearlings E: _
glen*: ClOM Met Ch. __ __ __ S 2C9 I
40 Bonds __. __n._ S8.0S u. 0.el Chicago 33.50; medium to top-good heifers _
St. Louis _ __ __ __. 3 220 t:
. --- I I
ie lit Mail ----------103.20 : :: Detroit __ __ ___ 2 204 20.00-29.00; good beef cows 18.50- ;
ii 2nd RaIls : =====:= S..OT off _--_ __ --- _--_ ; ; t
1 3 38
1. Ut.1. .. _--------1o2.44 off '.01 Baltimore irreaular 21.00; common and medium cows c' -
I U low ___ ___IIIIIIirrTlOOJS ue ...MTranuction Totals 1 3-39 4 2.27 15 3.60 12 2.22 14.25-18.00; canners and cutters cz -- ,

in stocks ued in .".r...* < :r 6:.' .
11.00-14.00 good medium weight S
{ yeeterdays. Industrial' S2.3OO raitreada. ; /
| 34.2OO; utilities, 30,700; total 147200. and heavy sausage bulls 18.75- jIoc \ l -


NEW YORK IAPJ The recovery I Closing Stock Quotations I and 19.50 choice; vealers grades fully 25.00-26.50 steady; ;good few caw::: \.'s- -.- ' ._ ( A I Ir.n.

continued for individual stocks in
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J 27.00 stockers and feeders scarce n"I I
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Last ;
SPOTLIGHT /
yesterday's market although many STOCKS IN THE OWn. Nigh Low I :
NEW... YORK tAP) Sale cloiing price Lockheed. Alre _____ 30 13 '. 1254 1254L.osw5 strong ILi '
I leaders stumbled. and net change of the IS moat active Inc un____ 35 20. 11. 111'". 'cr- i .
Short covering and other buyIng .tech yesterday: Lorill.rd (P1 u____ II 18... 1854 183.N ... THO 'SVILJ.E, Ga. t-Pl Livestock sr- _.a'a _.'-'-,"" 'a __, 'J _, _r ec2.lr.p a I U I' da 5 :3'r 58 Ki.VO'LL 5 lIL'

still was largely in the hands Phillip Pet 24.50O-SS44 up >,.. main _.1" SOO ".ttl. 250 c.lv... and 3.000

j Comwlth 4;. Sou 1I,5OO-Z. up .,.. Mack TrucD ___n_ 10 52552 5254 bogs at eight. major packing plants at AlbaaT, I IColumbu. pJu'-' rr DOES: HAH HEART 'WEtL AM W0bT GIVE Hill CRAG HIM \OKAVf ) I AVBANE.SUCEDONTOuARREl..
of professionals who based their Radio IC.tOO-lO up >.. Mac, IRHI __ 1 3454 3H. 343.Mactoe .. Moitline, Tbomaivilie. and Toft..., ,
operations on the belief that the Greyhound ll.SOO-11 no. Midland on_ 311 'I 7 '1' (;..; Do.h.... Ala., and JacksoBTille andTallahamee. GOOD rSEE. THET SHIFTY MAI'E A UP 'WIFOUT A ACROSS 7(4' FINISH I OWE. ...( yOU HEAD OFF o

Int Nick Can 1.600.1612; **. Marshall Field. __n__ 11 25" 25 25 i MARRIAGE.-DCOGIN' VARMINT BEAUTiFUL LINE. OVtR HAH / rEAD I ) LiKE HERR'NG-/ REAU.Y
November retreat to lows since Am Pad &; Std San 7,7OO-lSVi V. Martin (GW ______ 31 155. 1454 14' Tbe bog market wsi active and mostl .ElP4' DRUG>> OVER TH' aAGA a PAID BODY.r.rrX BODY 't BUT; NO HARD < '.t.&twi'eiORTH
late September called for more Out Corp-Scag 7,100li'up '/.. Midland 811 Prod 3 4354. 0 U iteidr. Composite quotation on toll and j' COM1i3' ) rI''
I Con Vultee 7.OOQ.1J up V.. Mo Kan Texas ____ 20 4'. 4 4 semi-hard hogs wen .. follow*: Medium tc FINISH LiNE, UKE A TOGLTI-IER.. _ UPff,1FE.EUNGS
of technical comeback. Doubts
a Sinclair Oil 7.OOO-JS1. .,... Monsanto Chem ___ 23 58". 58& 58'. choice barrawt and guts, 180-240 Ib*.. large! = SIDE O''bEEFFr C:
regarding Congressional action on _1I'.Vac 7,000-150.1 u* V*. Mo..t.om Ward ___ 2. 53'" 53%. 533. J24-24.25 with .acm clo.rll- orted long- '" ?
controls and the clouding foreign Am Airiine .!OO-7Vi V*. Murray Corp ___-_ 6 15 l4Ss 1.1. h.ul. up to $24.50-240-270 lb... 23.20-124: -
Penn P.R 1.500-11 >,.. 270 lh>. and np, 19.5O23.50: 16O-180 lb.. ? :
situation persisted as a liquidating Gen Pub Util ..2OO12'V*. -NNashKelvinator- *22.5O-'23.50; 14O-16O lb.., 120-122. and
Selling for income Pepsi-Cola C.OOO-24 up ./.. _n 21 1714 16'. 1654 120-140 lb>.. IIS- 19. Medium and good <
argument. Cuantan Sag 5.IOG7'u.' Vt.Hd Nat A1rllJa. ______ 20 5'. 9 9 sow ranged rosily" Ito.. 119-121 75.
tax purposes still was a restraint Nat Auto Fib _____ 3 lOt.. 101,2 1054 Practical limit in the area was I24.SO
notwithstanding considerable *. High.. Low Last Nat B1&CW' _______ 8 325. 3n.: 32"I tor good and choice. 1SO-240 Ib. well-
ACF-BrUl Mot 1 6*. 6'. I'. I Nat Can : 8 $1. 0 shrunk oaR and emi-rird narrow and
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| switching Air Reduction ___ 17 26;. 26'. 353w Nat Cash Reg 4054 40 40 (lit*. I
Associated Press 60litlK'kcomposite Masts Juneau S 4 3'. 3'. Nat Container _n__ 3 13 13'. 13'. Cattle mId generally! itrong to 50! cents ,
AII..ban Corp nn___ 37 3' 31g 3LAlleg I Nat Dairy Prod --- 17 28 273' 2754 higher, with Central Flonda markets 50 cent I
.1 of
was up a point Lad Stl __ 2 30. 30..... 301.AI Nat Dept Stores n 7 1754 17 1'1 to (1 higher., Rood grade slaughter iteersand
at 64.3. The market was the Chem. ok Dn _-._ 7 199 11'1'. 1118 1 Nat Diattllero ---- 47 21' 2O5s 2054 bail.... weighing 4SO Ib*. and up were
Nat Gypsum = 10 19: 19'.. 15". quoted "18.50-'23. With medium kiads .
second broadest since Nov. 5 of Allto-Ch MIt ___ 18 38" 37'. 37'tAm ---
AI.U.... __ 69 7"1..... 7'n Nat Lead _u__ l4zd 35\\ 3.1. 335'. 14.50-118.50.. sod top medium up In 12/). I NWNu0-os -
1,033 issues registering, 400 .. Nat Pow & Lt 1 1 1 Common ,..d.. got (12 to a* high at '15.:10. ( .
Am Cable & Rat 18 tss 41. 4 i ; : .4
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Nat Supply 3 22'j 2154 22Nehi and csaaeran'I cutter steer heilert, and
and 370 fell. : ; -
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rose I Am Can h 9 80'la 79'1a 80'. .
Corp ___ 2 18'. 111.. 18.. bull brought S7.25-$12.
__ .
Am Car & Fd 2 40'. 4Oo 40'.t
The big flow of pleasing dividends Am C'am.nld? __n_ 23 41'.. .0" 40%. t NY Central RR _n 25 12'. 12'1a 1254NY Medium beet taos realized rnottly 113.75- ------ CRR'fi AYPtPN'TI5EE YOU HAZE REACHES FOR (11$ 6UN, BUT PHIL DRIVEN ]
unabated but Chi ok St L Pf 7 1111'. 118 118 S15. with a toe .< .'&.511. Common e..* i ; " _ _
was generally :
| .1'Am & par Pow 1'1 2"2'. 2"Am ?
n No Am Aviation 22 9'. 6'. 854 brought S11.75-914 and cutter and cannargraOes TM IN A HURRY. \ 'to', IN MY i4AVlM& CleAn Hl$ FlT THROUGH THE OPEN WINDOW _
Ignored. On the other hand. Na- Home Prod ____ 21 24'. 34'.. 24'. BUT MY 924KE ARE
Northern pael1' 20 111'1a 19 19%. rang d from a.50-ai2. A64RAGEI
___ 10 I - I'LL TEU. THE FIRST AilRgOR 1HI5iHCRNIIi1GI
Am Locomotln 1I. 19' 19\\
tional Malleable & Steel and Bath oud grade tlanghter raltri and vealen Ii. L.0CIcED I CAN'T BUP
Am Pow & Lt 51 1\\. 8 IAm I' -0Ohio qnoted sad medium iet 110 R4*& TO
were fla.f21
Iron Works touched 1941 bottoms j: Had ok St JI ___ 77 15'. 15'. I'xam Oil nn_ 28 2754 28'. 2754 114.25-118.50. bmmnn gradei eon Kra 111< t ., 7)4ECAR) o THE J/ THIS M\E\ K
Bali Mall -_ _-__ 2C1 35.... 34'. 3.'. Otto Elevator _u 10 3054 3054 3054Owens *1S and i eEND CoJTA TOW
when directors took action I' cull, 06811.75.Ia
no on ; Am SmeltR ___ 21 10... 611.. $9Lam m Glass --- 8 7H. 10 71'1. stwker cattle good, grade .t..... heifrn I::: TRUCK! i' THE6MANCORRlQAN' '
disbursements. The former finished j : C l"I / "
Stl Pdre------ I 27'a! 27Y. 2'1" and ..h.. were quoted 816-(18.50. Medium /
off 1 >2 at 154 and the I ,Am Sugar Ref ____ I 48 45 .5". P.e Gas ok Elec ___ 8 35., 35'. 35',. ...*.J.. brought *13- IB.5O; romrhon 111- t ,
'Am.Tot & Tel --___ 54 U2't 152'" 152Sm '. Par Tin Cons _- ___ 4 .'. 4'. 45. 114.50; and inlennr lightweight (S SO-111. ifM' c _
latter 1% at lO. Recording Tob B _____ 111 1'1'. 67 67 Packard Motor 24 4'. 4". .'. Common stock cow old (3.5O-S12.75.

[ highs for the year were Cannon Am Viscoca __n__ 11 55'. 55t. 553km Pan Am Airways 28 8'. 8'. 8'. .%- a' 1 ,4' ____

Mills and American Sugar Refin- W. Wka n_'_ 22 lS'. 16'. 16'. I Panhandle P ok R 1 654 S.. S'. ; -
[ Am Woolen. ______ II .3' .3'. .3'. P..m Pictures __. 50 21". 2H. 211I >> CURS STOCK LIST == : 'k !
ing. Both emerged up 1}. at 37% Anaconda CoP ____ .0 36'. 35'. 35t&rmour PaUDO Mines nn__ 4 054 II 954 Fu.nish..d. throul11 courtes Merrill ,
_____ Penney (JCJ -------5- 445... 44 441WPenn.Cenl Lrnch. Pierce. Fenner and Beane:
& Co 47 13' 13. 13'.
and 45 4. respectively. :
I Aluminum Co. of Amer. ___________ Ift.
/ Mud Dry 0I10cIa __. 8 14'. I4'. 1.1. I AirS I II... S'" 564 /t'
American Crystal Sugar added &lch T & Sf ______ 20 84'. 83' 84Ati Penn Pw & Lt _n___ 25 111 18'a'! Amer. Oa & Elec. ____________ 32'. j '$ /..
1 at 2 Hi on an extra dividend Refining ______ 8 34... 33 33'. Penn RR n__-____ 65 16t. 16 6"1 Amer. Light ft Traction __________ 16** .. : :, s' -
Ark. Nat Gas A ___________ 5' .
_ n .
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MIss Corp ________ 12 23 23 23 Pepsi-Cola 58 24'. 2. .v1 _
but Reo Motors. also paying an :A.eo Mfg _____ 12 9i II 6 Pfizer! Chu & Co u_ S .9'.9 Ashland 011 & Refg. ._____________ 13'. a' I-
extra lost *i to 3%. Phelps. Dodge ____ 11 .50.. 4554 Atlantic Co. Fisheries __________ 4'. /
-aBald ____ Barium Steel ________________ 5'. '
Bonds were narrow. At Chicago Loco ________ 10 15'. 15',. 15... Phila Elec 00 111 2354 323. .91.1 1
Phlro ___ __ 3 Creole Pet. Corp. __ _______________ 38 H
[ wheat dropped 33,4 to 4J,4 cents Salt & Ohio n____ 12 llst 11 11"Bunsdall CorP -- 315. 31 Cities Service ________________ 38a.
Philip Morris 13 26' 26'
Oil _____ 17 32". 31". 32'. uh Colt Patent Arm __ _____.___ 33' AND THERE'S AM IDEA.
4Elec NOW tOOKA HERE BUZTHERE5
[ a bushel. corn 1V to 2V4 and oats B..dla. A.I.t :_____ Ii 31". 31'" 31". Phillips Pet = 246 56':: 55. I Bond" Share Co. -n.._ __.__ II". S 'I I\\ WE REACH THE GOAGAG4.
to lsi. Cotton was down 50 Beat. Ponds ____n__ 5 28'" 28t. 2111. Pressed Sti Car 12 10' 1054 10u Fairchild Eng. & Airplane Corp. ___ 3'. tNLYTME ZOO MILES OF WHEN
Beth Steel --_..___ 13 99". 98'. 911'. Procter. ok Gem ____ 10 10 6111. 61', i, Glen Alden Coal Co--------------- 19'. ) i WOR6 tT tEAi5TI4E OCEAN TO CJO5, AND GOAT SCArJE5SMAVBE PLIASc1 BUZ ___

I cents to $1.75 a bale. 81..Jt..01l ____ 1 IS'. 151. 15'. Pub Pullman See NJ___nn__ _-_ 20 10 20'I 5.! 20 53 2054 5. Humble OU Refg.. _______________ 673'. WHAT.? ; BETTER OUR REA5ON YOU PONT KNOW BEANS Vt OUGHT TO ARRANGE

Boeing Airplane -_- 111 22'. \ nOn Heels. Mining Co. __._________ __ 10 YOlTVE BOUGUT1H15 A SHIPWRECK
A5OUT
________ AT THE
Pure Oil 30 25 2454 2.% FOR STOPPING
Borden _ _._ n
Ct\ 5 43'-
FLORIDA FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Kaiser-Frszer. hn__________ 14V LEAKY.WOR.WEATEM.
JACKSONVILLE [API) New York pesOs Bor.-Warn. ___ 8 53'. 2222'.1' -8Radio tons Star Gas Co. . ________ 20' GOAT ..SLANDSFORooo USE SOvEGUMPTION
Fionas In it,ti and vegetables ti reported Brlnlfl Aww _- 3. B'. Corp ------166 10'. 0'. 10 NIagara Hudson Pw. Corp. ________ *'. 1:1:: !
I .b, the Federal-State Market firm, 8emee. Br'o.rport Scam __ II 10 Radio K-Qrpb ._-_ 43 10'. 10%. l04Reming Nlles-Beemrnt-Pond Co. ___________ 11 's Wi: TUB'
gasp bo... bu.h.t. plentiful. belt SrOO- Brig.. Mfg 6 33 32', 32'. 1 Rand _-__- 17 14'. 14 14 Pantepec Oil of Ven. ______________ lo'.
'.00. poorer quality 3.00-4.50. .T.lentioe Budd Co _-_ __ 20 10'. lOt 10'.. Rfpub Avia --___ 5 8 7'. 7'. i Sherwm-Wllliami _____________h 71 ::
500550. lew 6.00. poorer quality 3.SO-a.SO StrUng Mills ___ 21 20 19'. 20 Rtpub Strut h 52 26% 2654 26... Strock & Co----------______- 23 V* <
bountiful. 4.5O-3.SO. poorer 3.50-4.00. Flor- Burr Add Mach ___ 'I 14'. 14% 14'-. i Revere Cop & Br __ 13 20 19'. II". Schulte. Inc. _______________ 3W
lids Belief( 4.50-5.00. few poorer 4.00 wax -CCalif RetaIl! DrugRtrnolds h_ 25 6% 63. 6'. Stand Pw. & Light _____________h 2 I IIIN

1.00-6.50. poorer 4.00. Packing! ____ 1 32 32 32 'I Tob B 19 40'. .0.. 40'. Technicolor _____-___________ 13%
f A..II01 'I... 10-18 2.7S-3.2S. poorer Callahan Z-Lnd ._ 4 2 2 2 Ruall Drugs u 61, 6'. 654 Textron ________________ 15..
[ 1.00-2.75. .. leo 2.50. Can Dry 0 AI. n__ 2 14'. 14'. 14.. -5-- United Gas Corp. _ n____ ___ 17*. ==
, Cabbage 50 pound Hrki dom..'it! round Canad PacifIC: --__ 30 10'. lOt. 10'\'.. Safewa, Stores ___ 12 2054 2054 20'" W. V.. Coal" Coke u_-___ 17V
type 2.00-2.50 1 3-S. bnihel boxes 3.00-3 50. Carrier Corp .__ II 18" 77a5 17'" St L San Fran ____ 15 8\\ "'. '
71.
Celery 16 I.... ...t.. nmnw.. topi fnldese.rt .
Cue (32) CO __ 4 44'. 441. 44'. St. __ . DUN AND BKADSTIIEET
Regis Pap 21 10 10
34drtru 6.1 doien n
5.00. 5.50. 10donS.QO. C.trrpU Tractor n 3 56". r.6 5$3CelaAese 8ch.nln Distil _ 46 3454 33'. 33SScab NEW YORK UP) Dun and Bradstrerfldaily
XX. 4.00. h I
Cacnmber .....b.l. lair to good quality Corp __ 23 25' 2SVa 25'". AI RR ______ 3 14'. 143. 1454 weighted. price index of 30 basic
C.lote-x Corp ___ 3 21 26'. 26'. commodities. for United Press (1930-32
1.50-4.50. I.. 5.00. fair quality 2.00-3.00. I Bean Roebuck ____ 4t 37'. 373. 373.
___
Cent Foundry 2 6'
8'. average equals 100): .
erdioiry quality 1.50-2.00. lane sue 2.00I I C..ro d. Psi 10 26lc. 28 26 : :' flu Inc n -====== 31 12 n: 30 11': n: I| Yesterday _ _h________________- 29802 _

1.50.F.n.lant bottom. 4.00. I.. 4.SO. C'r1.-THd. Prod_ 22 1717 17'. Simmon. Co ______ 'I 3H. 36... 38.... I Monday -- ------_____________-- 30112 I----- ..- r: ___. .. _
Cites Ohio _, 23 43I. 4311. 431.Ca S..cI.U011 70 Week ago 29749 BUT IF IT'S HfcRLLX -
| I..:EadiT-C'ii.low s* 1.50.ry ba.hel .boldmtr* S.OO-2.2S. U Sp .. Pie __ 13 7a '7"7 I SoconY-V..uum- -_-_-_ 68 1t0 16'1a 15'161.. 1554 1654SouAnG&P I Month ago --=================-holiday- I VERVODD.'TEM! THOUSI O YEOH! MOM=yWHY DID HE DO IT? HAW! WHfflTJS COULD BE WORTH \ POR ONE THWG: =BUT ..

.. ____ .
Cbl NW S 14 145145'. I Year ago 240.39 _
Escsrol Mantels S.2S-2.50. low 2.00. *mllr -_ i - : 4 3' 3' I -- -========= = GfiWS I SOUNDS 1 L UE REALty SUCH A BQHE ( DO ) 'T2ti THOUSAND { HOW ores PVJTTWOJTDOLLARS ___
SIlO 1.75.aamquata. Chrysler Corp _ 13 8281. .' 81'", Southern Pattfic 1 4354 43': 43': 1947 high Nov.. 28) == 301 45 WHV DIDmnKE'OEPRy( __

per quart lair quality ..in.Lottoce CJT rl..u ___ 10 U .0'. 401.Cley ," Southern Jf __ n 5 34's 3.'. 3... ,,,1947 low (Wan. Z3 __ _n.n___ 232.80 I TWENTY VEWS TO "FIMO THfiTETWtU3PE 0% pigyy i I ?TED MAN? __/ THINK? I TO JERSy I A GIFT U
eattera crate. nn.ia. 1.Z5-1.5O: Et Ilium __ __ 24 31lf. 35" 38 I Sperry Corp -- _on 20 23" 235'. 23.. JflCK MUBB PCPER3? 1 ME 100- ? / MRS. NU6B< OFT RO
.. .. Coca Cola _ 2 184 I It vcr q J ii
poorer , Limn buihel taxis penis 300. Halt I.7S Colule-Palm-P __ 20 4454 43... 441.CnI Stand Branda 3. 253.\ 24'. 25 Citrus Report '
| 1.5 buihel rartonat .75. psaod MT.I .50. Fuel .. lr __ ._ I 1515..... 1554Coluin 514 G ok E $4 PI 26 23 2254 22% W' 1 1 -- --r
Okra bu.hel. 4.OO-4.SO. poorer 2.00-3.0O. 0 A 1:1: -_ n 12 110.. 12 Stand Oil Cal 17 61 605. 60'. ; CARLOT SHIPMENTS REPORTED FOR z --i

Squash bushels yellow 50-5.00.. Italian Coml Credit 3 4254 42'. .2V. Stand Oil Ind -_ 14 39'. 39'. 39"- THE U. S. FOR MONDAY < I _
type I larr*. "l. 3.00-4.00. H'" bushels mail Cecil SalTOn' I 23 22'". 23 Stand Oil NJ n t6 75'. '1575'. i Fla.l Cal.'Arz.' La. j" 1I.O'nII, '- 54 -0 I p _, .
sue S.TS-4.50 I...., low ss l.OO.Tom.toe. Com'.ltlt 5dm 57 26V. 25'. 21 Stand Oil Ohio ___ 10 2H. 27 2n. Commodity total car. "psI) cars rare total j7.I H7
Isis taR 1.00. 4.7 I SO 7 Sr). Cllm'.ltb .. South 188 2". 2" 2'. Std 5.1 Spra __- 2 13'. 13% 133. Oranges 90 191 61! 2 289 ,. ; t'
Ti7 5.TS-S 50. 11. 5. Two IsO Sid taO 4.00- Coca Edl.oft 42 2l. 21.... 2H.eo. Sterling Drug 11 36" 36 36'. Grapefruit 44 I i 61| j I .SO -Ju' I : -- -
S.2S. 4i7 _.00..50, 7i7 3 50. ... Vulteg '10 1354 13 13 Stevens .IP n 2 31'. 311. 31'. Tangerines lOu I | I j tIM E--=; : .
Strawberries per pint .70-.7S. poorer low Coot Bat __ I 14 13'I 14 Stok.IY-V.n Camp 4 190. 19'. 19"-. : Mixed citrus 55 2. I 1 61 -
I .. .35. Coot ("an _ 23 31'. 31 31 Stone" W.bst.r _. 15 121. 12. 1254 Unrrported. 2 oranges 7 grapefruit. 4 '

Coot Motore ___ II I', 11'. I\, Studebaker Corp n 40 20!. 19'. 20 mixed citrusSUMMARY o .
COTTON CLOSING Cost Oil Del __ 40 49L. 48" 4554 I Sunray Oil ____ 29 10 9'. 9'. I OF PASSINGS THROUGH THE : \f/lj : .1 ; iiii.4
OdLCANS Ar) Cotton future '*- Corn Euh..u __ .110 115'. 9554 5554 Swill & Co -_u___ 8 3H. 343.! 3.a'! 'LOR I DA GATEWAYS i
ell"W here yesterday under lone realtimed : Corn Products I 117'. 117'. 9754 -T- Including diversions at Savannah for 24- I I

hedoo sellino. Closing once* were I Crane Co 7 38'. 35'. 35'. I Texss Co _ 30 5858 58 I nour period ending 6 East a m West.: South Total '=, . --E mH
barely ateady. 00 cent to SUS a bale CrucIble 8t. 11 241. 24I.. 2454 T.xu Gulf Sulpb 8 5'1 56'. 5'1P.c
1_. I IDee. Ct.lrIia PubU.hl 12 II'". S%. 554 : Oranges 15 6 6 27 _
Tn C ok 0 7.3 .
454 43Tes ,
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Ooon HleN Clo.> I Cur1..Wrl.h'. _ 14 5'. 5 5 I, Grapefruit u 4 2 1 7 ii THE USTOFGROCERIES Sv NNHY CX>N'T YOU ") ?' THIS WAY c'OWN' 5'
3'5-:0 P.c L Trust 28 28'. 27's 2'1'. Tagermf 10 2 12 5. I WHEM A. i: | S Z OONT clfVE __
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36 05 30.00 33.72b off 11 CUtl.-H.IIIIII.r 1 260.. 28% 28'. __
M.re''" 34.14 34.22 35.71 35.71-72.0021 I -_ n Tide Wat A n __ 29 22'. 22" 225'1.Tr.ns i Mlxedritrus 1 1 2 I I'I ( I / WRiTE THEM ON SJ'V. 1. I COWB HOMEMTH ) ? TO YOUR OFFICE '
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Ma5 3S.11 35..2 35 30 35.n eff 2S Deere A Co .14 44>i 44 44 Trans-America& West Air __ 13 1 13'1454.. 15'It .. 1554" Total.. cars held. 6am. yesterday: 10orange. \M-IAT AE "s. 7 HAVE TO GET A SLIP CP PAPER ) '; THE GPOCERlES- ( AMOTEU.VOU HOW
11 .r..frult. 1 tangerines; 3
July 34 50 34.14 34.14 34.14-1&.1f 27 Del Lack A Went .. 6 7'. 7V, 1v. Tri-Cont Corp ____ 31 61. 6'. 6'. mixed ttra. ot3 WrflNG ) AT THEMARKET f AND THEM TAKE < (( 1 CAM CHECK AND 54, TO RUN VOUR
I Detroit '
Oct. n.ao U.U u.n 31.17.31 off U Eduon 23 31 20' 21
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Twent C-Fox __.___ 30 2.2.. 2. 'I PASSINGS POTOMAC YAIID. AND PASS.'NGS O-4 'St'tJ VS/THE PAPER WITH ) S 3'iS CXDlPOH ____
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-- I Dl t Corp Seg _ 77 17 Vi 16'. 16 Twin Coach ______ .. 16 131.. 154\ 'C" ( / SEE WHAT I'VEFORGOTTEN AFFAIRS, j
NEW ORLEANS AP) S.ot cotton elaaad '' Dome Mine __. IS 18 174 174 AND DIVERSIONS AT CINCINNATIFor KiTCHEN ) 7 vou TO THE -r jt9tJ
steady. S1.7S a bale. _.,, Sal.*. 2.1as.: I Douglas Aircraft __ S 5O 40'" 49*". -\I- :24-hour period ending 8 a.m. yesterday -
Low middling *S; middling 3S.2O: wood Dreuer Indust ____ 10 204 20*, 204 Union Bag A P ____ 8 314, 31*. 31% : MARKET?
middling 1 ) o.H Hacaipta 7.7SJ: stack 147. I duPont* N ___-__ 7 1864 186 186fanternAlr Union Carbide nn 9 104. 104. 1044B Tan- '"
313. -1- Union Oil Cal _u__ :24 23V 23% OrGrape* 9er Mixed c.\
__ I t. ____ 13 18 17H 17% Union Pacific _n_ 4 153 152 152 an w* fruit moo Citrus Total' : I
Mow... ORLIAP4SAPAoorao. Sirica wfmiddling I Eastman Kodsk 11 45S 434. 4SV United Air Lines 31 17... 17 17Vi Baltimore7 7 2 1' __ ?
15 l.th. inch cotton at 10 South-I El: Power A Lt . 22 15V4 13 15 United Aircraft __ 26 23'. 23%'. 13\. Boston _h 10 11 4 2 __ .
r* 5005 market. .t.rday man a Emenion El M 11 15'. 15 IS Un Cig Wh Strs 4. 454 4'. 4'. Buffalo ___ 1 1 1 1 _
bale. 'tower at SS.44 cent a a "dI'.r, I Erie RR Sad 8', I'. 84 United Corp 55 2.. 24 24 Chicago __u 1 1-1 __ _
ago for the ea.t 30 market day 34.40. Eyershsrp _? .7 121. 11'. 12 United Fruit __ 17 55'. 55 55 Cleveland . __ 1 __ __
Mitfdhn 7. S mcN ........ 33.47 cent a -F- United Gas Imp ___ 4 20'. 20% 20% Columbus O. 1 -- u _
eund.chant. F.rn Te, .A Rd 11 8 7*, 7S United MAM .__ 12 16 15'. 16 Detroit .. 1 __
Firestone TAR 10 51 SO 504 U S Gypsum __ 3 105. 105 105 N. Y. City 26 29 9 10 __
FOII ION EXCMANOIE Flmtkote 8 3SH 34'. 354 U 8 Indus Chem . 1 394 394 394' New Haven 1 \
fEW YORK 'AP) Closing 'orelaa ...- Florida Pow ___ 13 14 13', 13', .U S Rubber -- ___. 0 44'. 43". 43% Philadelphia 18 15 I 1 __
rate follow (Great Britain In dollar Fruehauf Tra Pf .. 1 774," 774 774Gabriel ''U S Steel ____-_--. 41 764 754 754 Pittsburgh ..4 2 2 2 __
*. others in rents): -- I -V_ Providence - 1 __ _

Canadian dollar in N.. York open mar Co '___h S. 8'. 8% Vic Chem WksWalker 3 494 484, 49% Washington 4 1 _
ket 11'-... per cent discount or 88.50 U. 8. Oen Cable ___-__-. 11 124 12 12 - Held for reconsignmeot. Potomac Yard.
cents off i* of a cent flee SIre 40 3554 34% 354 -W- 8am. yesterday. : 9 orange: :S grapefruit;
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Europe: Great Britain! $4 03. unehang- Gen Foods .....-. 17 361554 354 I Hi O A W 1 21.. 21% 31% 1 tangerines. : 1 mixed citrus.

ed. France Frne .S.,. of S cent, up Oen Motors ... 46 58'i 574 58 w.lworth Co .-. 8 105. 104 10'. i
Warner Bros Pict 21 13 13%
% 134
.00; Sweden Krona 27 85. unchanged; I Oen Pub 17th------ 62 12". 124 12'.
Swluerlsnd Gillette Saf R _ West Ind Bug ____ 17 264 26'. 26'. Civil Rights Abuse
(Franc) (com!) 23 40. un n 8 28'. 284 28'.
changed.. Oimbel Bros 15 22'. 22'". 224 West Un Tel _____._ 22 204 20'. 20'
I' Goodrich Westing Air Br ... 8 34% 34% 34'.
Latin-America )
: Artentina free 25.01. up BF 11 60 59' 60 Draws Denial
I' 4 4 _____ Charge
.01 of a rent Brazil free 5 50. up .03 of I Goodyear TAR 17 43'. 43 43 I Westing EleeI 38 280.. 28% 28% i ii
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a cent; Meii.o 20 03. unchanged. Oraham-Paig Mot 13 5'. 5*. S*. I' Wheeling Steel 16 464> 431. 43". i TAMPA lAP Deputy Sheriff
White 7 .
Motor 23 23i. 354
Ot North. Ry Pf 9 37'. 3'1'.
374
CHICAGO PRODUCE Greyhound Corp 121 11'. 114 11% i Wlllys-Overlaed ... 12 8'. 84 8% I Cliff S. Goelitz yesterday filed answer -

CHICAGO taCt) Butter iteady. ; milpti I Gulf Mob *: Ohio 14 12*. U' 11'. Wilson A Co ___ 6 14'. 144 144!< in Federal Court here deny- Ii
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354.761; price unchanged moitly to >t to Gull Oil ________ 7 704 70** 704Hye. Woolworth tPWS 25 454 444 45 I
*:. cent. s pound lower on 89 score C at I -N- Worthing P & M 6 61 60 60Younsst ing that Nathan Dewey Price a

I 13.23; can: 89 C 13 2$. Em firm; | Mfg _-___ S 74 7** 7i -Y- I MacDUl Field post exchange manager -
ceipt 13.488; price unchsnitd. I Hometk MlB. .__ S 41*.. 41 41 Sh A T --- 22 "i6'. 71 18 I: was deprived of his civil
r"j'Hou.ton Oil 45 25', 244 !
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INSURANCE EXECUTIVE Hudson Motor ._.___ 0 19'. 19 19Int i Zonite Product 4 654 S'. S'. Il rights during investigation of a \
-a00..010 I Approximate final total yesterday 850.earby.- safe robbery at the exchange in
SWAMPSCOTT. Mass. IA PJ Central h__ 3. 2614 25'". 25'. 000. 1946.Mayor I
Timothy J. ,,1.1.I.k. Iron _____ 4 14 13'. 14 May, .
Palvey. 83, presidentof Harvester ___-_ 16 884, 874 88*. I )
the Massachusetts Bonding and 'tnt Nick Can ______ 85 28'" 284 264 Eggs and Poultry
Insurance Company died 'Int Paper ______ 21 118'. 54'. 54'. Re-Elected J'I")
yester- '''' Tel .A Tel _____ 47 1JH 11'. 12.. JACKSONVILLE: AP) Florida
LAWTEY (APJ O. J. Phillips
day. -J- fresh eggs:
John .....111. .. 12 43 42 424 All sales to retatiers: serving his second term as Mayorwas IItJoirs.I; I S. IT'S PSSOOUS..
Jone A L 8U 13 Sd 33'i 33*. 33*. Net Wt. Cur. Mkt. re-elected for another 8UT fTAVJSr HAVS
Joy Mfg ________ 3 38 374 37VtKennecott Grade A Net dox. In Cm. year P.TENT I '. COST VOU HEAPSIndividual /
-K- Large ___________ 24 oa. 74 77 yesterday over H. C. Kelley and '

OFFERING FORINVESTMENT Cop ____ IS 46"4 48Vt 46V.Laeled '. Medium __ 21 oa. 65 68 10. J. Naders. ATF'T. I '. .
Small 18 oa. 114 57 !
m
-L- Extra large 26 ox. up 76 19 I ot '5Bi.i ,if5hCIA I ,

Ga* __ __ 10 S S 8 Sales direct to consumers. : Translucent plastic covers have : RT.eiE I I t =oa
Ieh1ghC&N . s 1O Net Wt. Cur. MktGradg
IB 10 been
<< designed for the protection of -
A Limited Amount of Lib O-F Glsss 3 54'. S4', 54'. A Per dot. In Crts : -
Libby McN A L 11 91* 94 91. Large .___________ 24 ox. 84 87 electric fans against dust during 1"" 7' 0
Liggett .A Myers S 89 SS4! S84Berkshire Medium 21 ox. 74 77 storage. ,
4% CUMULATIVE Small __n.______ 16 ox. 62 65 I, i
I Extra large 26 ox. up 87 9O
PREFERRED Florida dressed sales to retailer. to consumers
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Live' Tired '
Dressed
STOCKPar ,! Kidneys E
New York style and Drawn

Fryers Red 2 ID up __ 41 48
Value [S100] I Fine Broilers Red l'.-2 41 48 Often
Spinning Nets, heaty _________ .1 12 BrIngSleepless (
Price Bens, bali _____________.. 34 40 :

I $100 a Share I Common Stock
SANFORD STATE FARMERS' MARKCTThe _

Regular Dividends II SELLING UNDER $20 following price reported by dealers Nights ( u1'pPOw'T
1 on the Sanford State Farmer' Market for JrLPf9
Earnings around SS per skar proaur sold to truckers and dealers up Doctor ear ywr Udrneya contain U saHeaorttnytubes gch.RLCSJ ANY llE1 AU. AV IIIAT ALl. CO TOttAYA3NA
Paid
QuarterlyAsk to 12.01 a m Dec 3: niters which help toPU1'it7tbe lll'p1ttM,2A! AE 'iOJkl atittiro EiM' PiiCi
I Paying liberal dividends with substantial Beans Green bu hpr. ______. 25-3.25 blood and keep Tom healthy WHIt they get TO V4IAT I MEAN.
for lavettment Dept. i :year-end payment already | Beans. Pole bu hpr _n____-_ 375 tired and don't work right ia the "- TU. copci'o ; WANTED L..

declared. I Beans. October. bu hpr.Cabbage _____.. 3 SO snany people have to getup..h...Frwnmtc cc'A3.'zE A AYlT7EZ I I. ....
I crate or sx. _____ 2.7S 3 23 *scanty- with smarting and burning BABY-
Company: established 1899.I produces .: Celery I crate 400-425 aonetunea= there is something wrong II:: (, CcITY : f1 SITTERS
The WINTER PARK I over 75% U. S. Fine Grey: Chayotc. bu. hpr _========-= 3 00-3 25 wftk year kkiaeye or Uadder. DOB ncgiect; I I0-1-:: :

Good!-practically always In demand Coconuts. &o 10 $X. _______ 425-475 ttis condition and lose valuable,restful sleep. ; tlsa.ss 354w

Cucumbers bu bskt. _______ 3OO-5.0O When disorder at kidney function permits :i!! I
TELEPHONE CO.c. I Very strong financial position I Lettuce. Iceberg crate .__ 3.00-3.25 Poisonoaa matter to remaisi ia your blood it
no Bonds or Bank Loans. Muahr--. PlAts _" _____ .35 !. mayaiaGcSuogDagg.ngbsg5gj,), rheumatic \ (J
Pea. English bu. bl>O. __ 4 25-4 JM Pains, tear pains, toes f pep l i .i
esergydriknz00ne5su54ef ,
I I 1..5. Blackeye. bu. hpr. _____ 4.75I : azt. 'Lv'
H. GALLOWAY. President Ask for detailed analysis! : : the 7 ,neaaaeneaDon't
I Peppers. bu. npr.Potatoes. __ 3OO-3.2S .. .
128 East New England Ave Sareet. ba. bscUl __ _- 200-2.50 wait Ask 711Gr dnvriat ,
I l Radishes. S dos _____ for Doss'sbsrpv ,
ALLEN Co.INVESTMENTS hpr. 22: -2.15I Pil1o. a.stimulant
diuretic
WINTER PARK. FLORIDA & !I Squash. Yellow bu. hpr. u__.. 375-525 by sulhoBs for vnr le years.ued Dae.n's raecesaf mDr I ; '
't15A
awe
Tomatoes .
I crate __ 400650Ova.sra
n relief
boa . 200 and win brip! the IS mile rfaadnertubee 4
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Phone 503 Grsrefratt bee _________. 17S blood. Ge&flush; out poraowNU WUM from
511 MetoOX\ Bd) TeL 2-2772 Grapefruit. Pmx box ______ 3 00 you Doaa'a Fiiia.

Taagarioes. VS.box ____ 3.50 _





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11. Special Notices 19. Service Offered 33. Articles for Sale 33. Articles for slle 33.Artlcles for SaleIADDERS..EolYn.tvn
I = I (llanba

Classified W. P. Kelly. Registered Surveyor. ALLIs CHALMERS SERVICE and CANOES-Old Town on h.nd Correct ELECTRIC CONDUCTION COOKTOPearon and a'p. Prww- Stntnt

8 Cuc and Main Arcad 11 pat tractors and power C.ft Ine. Plea Cuu.Telephone Almost new. First $100 I log saws: lawn and sari loris WED.. DEe 3. 1
Machinery .
Home
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8. t 2-246. take It. Phone 2-6652 or 6509. All this and more at ted
2-2713. J.:
W. Robinson; phon .
12. Lost and Found CORNER BEAD for plastering. Southeast ELECTRIC TRAINS American Fe. Nebraska.LEVELS t 33. Articles for Sale

Sentinel-SUr BULLDOZER SERVICE Clearing Steel Bale C 100 West Photographic and model IUPIC .-' Hayes aluminum 6 glass '

DOG LOST-Brown and white pointer. grubbing and grading. Also pan A.1 A"Due Southland Hobby Sop. 217 I. Jal levels 84 15 and UP. Knox Stores TE'mRR mlnet a r **
Want-Ad Rates Phone opposite Post .. .' 5
Lost In of Mt. Dora. work and palmetr.ke. Co 25 E Pine. Phone sa- a.SiioskT.

Daily 28e per U I found call Mt vl"llt Dr. 2165. rew.rd 2.427. J. T. MudokBUIO CABINETS type woodworking n.IUe. bkc. a FURNITURE New and used. Pay LINOLEUM 2-316. i 208 N Orange A.e- I

charge 84e orde. cash and save 10 to 25 per cent CN-Pt ..n TRACTOR. Can Grove. --
Nw
Ku PIN LOST Gold and black enamel CNCOR Rbin Conway at Bub,. Store =
Rd .alns.
a1n % 35c per line on your purcha. Bass Furniture Co, C. Good tires. ,
pin 3-ln. long: 2 onyx starsart budl.a r.mo.J. r.pI.w. CIRCULATING 625 W. St. Phone 2316.LWN nt. .
Minimum charge 81.05 abut FPLCSvralSIS Chur 2. I br. bw cart Box i-
3 Consecutive Days 2Oe Una a day on of pil Mary back.Campbell If found a. opr.t Oreer. 23O9 M. Or- ; our dor .ri prabl FURNITURE Rugs, bedding and SPRINKLING '"I- ..Up.m'nt. 1.llD.
Patterson on ,
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1 Days 18c line a day .ner.vd 3-3115 or to Mills odd terms or 20 off for Surveys an Ntate
2-8L
l ple.
.neos
ConauUv. maD. .
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pl notify M. Guerrant. phone ale Ph TUXEDO
Count S 1 UnJMatwnal al and , I cash. Furniture Co. 48 o1.aU l 3. like r w PJ
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Anra.Wod Hate* Umatllla and receive reward. | BEAD AND PE SGIG Wet Slau.btf Phone 7696 or 2-4142. Supply 8 Cur"h: Ph. 6118. shirt new Peas.
Stt C.ntr.t
CABINET line at
Single Insertions per line ]RING LOST Eastern Star black Expert B. HW AENe. hard- FTRNITTRE-Bedroom: room MOTOR BIE-Wr. exceEent 2-3

3 Consecutive Dajs 30c line a & onyx. Lost downtown. Telephone Jeweller Murnder Arcade.BUILDINGREPAIR 10rtc; louvres. ; and cast Iron suite. Klmbl piano: Uvl furniture. cODdUon. J2 Can b TARPAULIN-New Th sire T 16i
1 Consecutive Days 25c line a .,S575. R..ad WORK Open vents. Mills and Nebraska. 424 Halley: Phone 24619. .n 2t Emory .. Telephone 2-2963 for iur'-aer information -

Minimum 3 lineajdvwttsrs for work by the Job. Can repairor L.TOMORROW- MOTOR ST CIn 1947
14. Beauty Parlors CHRISTMAS TOYS our Lay-A FURNITURE SPECIALS-Mapl* twin
home by
rMUt1 build any style specification. .
> t n __ ft ay plan now lor ChrUtmas gifts. with chest Adopted \an mf
fordelivery
dr..r. 7284
Call at blrol .ult
Immediately of
any .ok. TUXEDO. H 4112
u Reernce fuDed. * regular
K line of wa etc of Simmons innerspringmattresses. : : J
ad a* th* Santinat-Star will AMERICAN BEAUTY 8ALN-4 534 I P. or phone G. Parrish trceea can.. Or- MATTRESS Box; like new:
t.r only on* w- W. Church. 2-6123 after 5 H Hard.are. 20 complete. Lovely livingroom due
bed Pleas
..rv.Ct. ._. Cold waves. MaciD.. .an.Applnte P. .AND EVERY DA'1B4..ftGIFT..SHOPPNG ae. Ph. 21841.CHEST maple easy chai. Terms, if telephone 2. TILE TOUR bath and kitchen ta rusts

phone 6931. Bonni and Juanta CONCRETE WORK: Driveway .te. OP *12 95; sired. .enn Ftu. Exchance. MTE. 2 innersprlngs .at- -ahntsHSB Permtiei free
&n Want-Ads start in Th Oiland floors septic tanks. double DRWERNe. : bed. Like new. Ra Central Sale 121*
Lcn nUt.
.l. 22 BD' Pa
Morning Sentinel and ar* printed SPECIAL $15 cold dor utlt cbln.ts. 210 a Thornton. Dlii
CHRISTMAS States In.bl.
(1995 beds. (
bnded. Suth.m Fr C ; :; .ardro.s. PISHINGROD-175. 8H ft.. 5 4 : l.
Sentinel and Th ,'. 0.
ta both The waves. '80.P.1725. R. Utopia 529 50. Whitmlr Cross Built Split METAL STOOLS -
Evening lbs same Beauty 2-:1 HELPaS2Crti 30 C.tom B.mb oi TI2.hf.1 Fary
:rl.Dd at O 15 Waa.11KLY'S CONCRETE FLOORS etc. We form Church. fro ( m.nufacturd' metal stools and j .lh Ik rtk. Se at luO
d& BEAUTY SHOP 146 K and finish concrete floors I CIRCULATING OH : Alcock reel marte in England: of colors. $2 25 and mp. Knox StoresCo. N. .
Fhe Want-Ad Department I open pour S I Cochran Furniture HATR. s 10. line. 25 E Pin*. Phone :,11
St. Phone 310H. Per.. driveways, walks and For price Shak.spar Ti eulpm.n' 2316.MOTOR
6 st.P.
from 8:30 S I. \ p.m 4aI (5 Expert Con- Church Street. Cash or terms. wit. SCOOTER 1947. model S3. r.ojt:>
UP. call .
Sunday from 1 12 ajx). ent waves. estimate 2D.m E ;- ;;3.hahed .UI T..on new, 17 .
laboratory 3 months old
,
hair ; all citte Co. Takeup
Sunday Satur utl. w.v. CLOTHES HAMPERS Baskets Pet .str
16 N. Thornton
D.d. 10 P.p tested. experience. FURNITURE Reception room Orange
)ea chairs brooms mops scrub brush- p..m.nt 21
All typesof CONRC BULINGN.. homes laT ivFw ii rjxtrnr&y .i **< cxa- I coAt Wyckotfs Hdw.. 2524 KulL_ chrome and leather. Fla. Business I MULTIGRAPH and mimeographequipment.
SALON kind.
SILVER BEAUTY T.
You Can I'lacc You commercil ) Equip. Co. 390 I. Orange AT*.Phone working condi
Carolyn and Concord CAST IRON WARE, frying pans. P.r"
permanent F.
waves. Fullard.
Want-Ad by TelephoneDial Lucy. Phone 6220. 21 W. Pine. 13 E 2.032. 1HEGIFT( SPOTTER dutch ovens covered sauce pans.Wyrkotfs 5454. I ton Orlando aI Lun. 49 W. USED Sewing FURNITURE machineStudia BARGAINS couth.-

\ CARPENTRY REPAIRS-Prompt service I 2524 FIELD FNCH.an.eleb\ U. .
4161 Hd. Kul. I $49.SO: 3 burner Neico 5 burner
2 WEE SPEC1 cold .av ; no Job too a.u 2-121 after CAMERA and projector. 8 nun Ben and : MAIL BOXES McKtoney" hammered oil ranee: Mctional bookrar. 3 sec
506 W. ware cloth. You guessed correctly.Stills .
4. all day Sat.
Chal Salon Slda I iron Rust resisting.
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& A HoweU. See this outfit before and Bebragka. A tions. 825: ice box. porce.s a lined.
8. Funeral-Floral Designs Amelia. Ph 196. CARPENTER work and repairini. 19. Services Offered 31. Good Things to Eat you buy any 8mm. camera or pro. visible glass and rural mal $1950. walnut -pteca dnsj: roam
.enera I I FIRE PLACE hammered Knox Stores 25 Phone
Repair Shop. .r. Co. suite. Uk (190 student desk,
15. Schools and Instruction Inquire at 5I 27t St.B. jector. Salb1)a SESA E new. :
FUNERAL SPRAYS and designs for A. Moormann.CLAY PLASTER PATCHING Also Stucco I TURKEYS-AU slzei. Hickory smoked Edtewster DriV. brass brOD. ournew 2-3103. I 817 50. 2-piece living room su..*,

all Central Florida. Deliveries twi BALLROOM DANCING AU types. ROADS lime rpaa Call Gober. Telephone i I ready to serve. C D. Wilder Inter- HEATER-Burns wood Itok Also "It heaters.re.l"d shipment I OIL CIRCULATING 81950: kehrinator table top gas

dally to all funeral services. Private and elas* instruction. Ph. rock paving BUT AI. treat 1948. j I laken Rd. Call 6913. CICULT'G: box. 50-lb. capacity; Hardware 102 W.rom St. Bumby load of BATRarI range. M9 50. quality table tip gsa
at CasMlberry. Winter heaters arrived. range (49 50. easy chair ar.d e" o-
Shop 29 W. furnishings.
Studios.
pak Jane Dickson Work guaranteed. Bumby FAINTING-Faperbanging. By experienced -t RIPENED FRUIT Ready to baby scales and other Js wht
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3106.
2-222L till 10 m. m.DS TEE 21508DIAMOND FLOOR COVERING-Conso-wali SOc they Hardware. man. $19 50. Orlando Ftrn.srs Co
Hours noon P Stmpsn. Inc. Phone 7649. men. Best reerence. Call $2 75 per bushel plus express.Roy Phone per lineal foot printed linoleum98C56. 'hareS.OVENS. 12 II 615 W. Church St.UMBREUA .

10. Baby Mile-re.-Child Caie SCHOOL OF Prepare REAL ESTATE Soresaminaobrokert law and, CLEANING AND PRESSING Cash 4626. 1 E Price ft 80n. S. Yates 1710 Ed..te Dr. I yard broadtelt. At Olldden for oil stoves Stork tadcaes

I practice.and 139 E. Pine and carry prices .1 iSTe you PIANO SERVICING-Ph. 38-1 to H. CHRISTMAS BASKETS PACKE. i FLOOR FRNACBt gas and one and two-burner types. BumbyHardware.

BAY AN CHILD CAED, week Phone 6566. sleamel S coney. Bring us )ou eothe Bupenor T. Ktn Iki.d .hnll.D shipped anywhere 1.t JEWELRY AUCTION oil. e.tm.t of 10 W. Cbur. TENT 9x9 F.sr.

: exc.l.nt care e : Ce.ne. Bne Ss to sn.ce our plna. OfIe All assr.d. choice citrus fruit at- Thursday. Friday and Saturday. complete Installation for ,. OUTBOARD MOTORS hand tically new (J5. Call 2-CS.J or 30

103 E. HAvrd. 23:9.CHI ib. Travel information_ CONCRETE SEVIlora rot 787 Antonette Av.. Winter Park tractlvl, Contact lr.. Fol. Starting Thursday. P. &arp Id.Df. duplex and small cottages. Evinmd Zephyr. Light O P. and Weat AsSet.VENITIAB .
: Or-
CAR b7 bout. dsp or week. drv.a .I. T.ba' PLUMBING CONTRACTING and In.tal.tol Bumby Hardware. oc.4. Moder Aplncea Inc. t2 I. Sportsman. Correct . Inc.. $I-Amwic m ok
11' a. PennajiYsni. STEAMSHIP I enel rID. .0rlmanbl Phone 22465.PLAYGROUND.
C$1C BUS. -
Rraton. Orlando and Winter blinds 27" through 36 wis..
A 32. Articles for Kent
Rlnter P.rk. ph. 278. tickets. materia Fe highest bidder we will offera aDe.FaT SHIPPING BASKETS-New
Aw. .n Author1 .ent kinds can 6780or Plumbing and To the EQUIPMENT For 37 c per asj.tt.a4 factory. r.-j*< do
CHILD CARE--Day. hour or Sunnlland Bureau. J 9530..Buchanan Concrete Pak.971 Winter Park.PRESCRIPTIONSPlIled. He.t. DRAGLINE-New *. yd. Jarco Corp, (50.OOO jewelry stock from one ofPonda'a bu5.1 and H bushel. Amco Feed homes schools aad park. Place VeneUaa BUM Mfg. Co. ITU RuM
Phone 5301.BTMSHITlck.t. e ph jewelry store There will 300 West RobInson Phone
U Eat Pne. I Christmas orders Own display Ave; $000.YFNETL&16.
mot.n re.iure Box 3468, Fla. 31141or n.
; ad. 1965 Kentucky tour CARPENTERING-Would you like anew .ccuratel Orl.Ddo Ph oUerfd 500 diamond rings. 8 5663. at Fabricating pine _
Ave Winter Phone lul home remodeling, repair and promptly by Florida R.elt.nd 21302.FI.OORSANDER solid sold rings with beautiful . FISHING Headquarters 5utMr. 5914. BUNDS MBufar: :red at

812-M. P.rk authorized and bonded travel closets kitchen etc. Free e.U.ua Pbarm.cit. Fee delivery. San Juan AND EDGER: also platinum and gold watches pearls TACKL"Pflue.er" reels: Cat. 1739 Kohl Ave So u abo.i Best-

tant. Convenient downtown office Mr. Glover. 6859. Ph.r. tt Central. cabinet sander and polisher. clocks costume Jewelry plated and I Tru-Temper "Heddon Pal" rods POSTS fence, epr 7 f 2 to Alum. basswood or ewr bllnri 7se-
CHILDREN taken car of by hour for 3-inch butt. $ to 5-
or day also $12 week day and across from Chamber of CommerceBuilding. CHRISTMAS SEWING-Seamstress PIANO TUNING and repairing. Quality Wyckoffs Hdw.. 2524 2-2821. sterling silver, hollow ware and flatare. Nylon silk linen line,. Herman's inch butt. 825 hundred. CaB, Winter tory price or installed Call 8Or- -

night. Excellent .pr given. Get Oft Phone 8393. available now for fine work. Phone workmanship at ualDabl. 1 Many other Iem. LosnOtfire. 27 W. Church_ _ Park. 598 Llttletree Co. Undo Venetian Blind Mfg. c*
Winter Park. FLOOR SANDERS New venm-iAN BLINDS The *, -, csst
and NassauAll prices. Fully Aeri. FURNITURE SPECIAL 9x12 Woolruis -
bus running 648.
Winter Garden at .uaraDtee. c.1 -
.ue .. valuable -
"B" and other
CRU1EH."an ..e"Ie. new edier. a diamond ring no more at Adams. 919 Wr r n-
sign will direct Travel Agency. CONCRETE WORK-Plain and colored S II.d rt.C. Frf. : 139 floor lamp: -
expense. Ala td 5..al
it 8trUI a R. Burk. 1805 8. Bumby. gifts at every tale. You can tral Avenue. Orlando- Our U.jpbuii
you 118 E. Central: 8393. floors. colored Tag- (10 95 . or box
Dur.r POWER
B.autlu to 7o'Buy especially UNITS-OM Chrysler.
TINY TOT DAY NURSERY-Mrs. W. LADY desire ride to stone steps drle.aa outdoor fireplaces PAINTING and paperhanams: quality FLOOR SANDER-Edger and polish .up.ad.Christmas U around ro. the springs: $24 SO. More Furniture Co.. Am .De.L number is 9558_

R. Cor .. R N. 319 I Bla REFINE N. C. or vicinity. Rtfer- ...I stones. materials. Immediate service experienced er. AU new Arnold Paint Store. corner.since 23OO Edgewater Dr Service and Calm.r. 1 to ISO HP. VBTmLATINQ FAN-36 In brand.

Phone 7687. esters e"ch.nged Phone 4954. NldT "Evans Park 469. local men references. Ph 407 8. Or.DI. 2-3786. Farm It Home Machinery Co430 W. new. Buy now and save $4fl. Mae.Koy's

lady will DRAGLINE and clam-shell services. 9724. E. C. .._ _ _ _ _ I DEMINO AUCTION SALES CO.. R.Sodero Robinson. Pawn Shop. Phone 9730. 404

EEENC ufle lvad evenings. 1.I1lauhine! and Moving Fill sand and clay for ..If. Jarco sugges TYPEWRITER monthly and RNTAL.-..Special Check Auctioneer, 733 W. Church. West Church street
3468. Orlando Fla. PSTMTEolor WILLS PUMPS. Water Ss*ems -
Phone Cor Bx ph -
.11.DES -_ _ _ ASSURED LOW rates household sip 2132.fRNE ded. Hatch. 6O01. At Glidden'a. with.Gr.e Stua 13 S Main St.phon. FURNITURE AUCTION Wednesday Complete. Easy payment R Fla. Pip

IF YOU E refined elderly ments. Specialists N. Y., all 858TFEWRERAU_ _ _ _ 2 Dec. 3. 1947.Comptee Supply Co. 63O w Chu-rJi'18.
woman to of your children Ability. 423 So. Orange A.e.OrlaDdo REFH. upho' PIPE CUT threaded to your spe makes also add- p. PUMPS. WEL. WATER SYSTEMS
plnt. '. R.palr Pip & SupplyCo. down payment WASHING MACHINE-Arr.! inew,
during day or call J 2-44O6. 261 .DI week or montn DEWALT POWER SAWAl Par of home 3
e.n Washington St. Dial 2-1168. Kenmore DeLuxe See ( 2421 8.
l.atf a
.. 630 ; phone 6118. fMlnc months to P' WIHUm Oakley
1661. Office Equipment Exchange Smitn- planers. 5 dr. Llan '
t "' 1.1 at :210 .
MAYFLOWER TRAN .i. Dr1. Kuhl: Phone 2-0162.
AERO Joiner .- FURNITURE RI I natural PAINTING and decorating. Work COt ana Agents. 220 S. MaiD St.: 885. mft.1 ... D. Pease tepbOD.. be held on premises.Following N. Garland; 632.
ail
11. Special; Notices Long dlltaDcC wood today guaranteed. H. Clogston & ions.Phone3r2475. skif- Mount Dora 3753 WATER HKATKR Automat..s a.en
TOOL RENTAL Paint
free E
for sprayers:
Van and Storage service deliver tomorrow. Stewart ft Oayle. forlinoleum POCKET KNIVES 5Oc to tt.25. trie. LAB twin unit. Pear .a..y
New Bruce polisher partial listS beautiful -
storage saws: bench-saws: power ; DOOZIT s
also local ,
ViLATLER OWNERS-Lake Jes movi. Ph. 2-1493 mo..u i new. (95 Call 2-8912 aftr 5 m.
e.tmata floors. (189 cowhide them. Smyth Lumber Co.. N. r
heavy _
A Inc. crating or new work. flooring eulpm.nt. concrete mixer and wo steins: I.nui.
.mln with Trailer 26 Park has 10 lavatories clean restrooms S. Division; pb. 7988.DEEM'S &IPI.HO FLRSANDINGFnlln... Spe RoFIRAIR.tUate. Work and misc. Young's Tol Rental. 100 Smyth Lumber .. Orange and golf bag 12 cuba: exquisite and PUP-.ntriuer _ _ _ WASHING MACHINE 't; /n**

toiet phone Sf.1 tnatm.nt 20 3 eau to and W. Washington. Railroad.DOLLCARRIAGESTricyrles.. lace bedspread with lining. pumps for grove wringer type. (139 95. Knox bvflre
4 urinals Service
2
18 .ho.er. DELIVERY yrs. experience. .uaaDteed & exquisite solid mahoganyDuncanPhyfe Co 25 E. Pine 2-31-.'.
Moer eUipmeDt.Work sell. Pb. 8510 Smith wagons 9-pc Florida Phonf
large laundry room; ice house barbecue 7673 light moving and hauling; .bUel. HOSPIAL-BES Wheel 1 chairs Im.tln. P
complete grocery and guaranteed. LCn.d.. Promptservice. Wltr Garden Road at city Service. and many other toys. dining room suite original k Supply_Co 6 Church: 611. WASHING MACRINK8 .For" sminate .
Or.Ddo 1 Caro chldnn' .
rstur.nt. acres with over rasnable rtel.FLORVA STORAGE CO.- C. R. '8:1. limits. _ _ _ _ In. C. Ph. 2-1287. night 161. s our lay-away s cost 1045. Walnut bedroom antique suite.Maple PiE and lutings, black and ealan delivery See at OrisrIt bale

23OO ft. of b.uUul frontage. 8. & part loads to FLOOR SANDING AND FINISHING RADIO and small appliance repair U-HAUL-IT:: Rental trailers. AU Economy Furniture Co.. 332 bedroom suite with brocatelle Gold damask AUo valves Florida and Service Company 6O8 Ncilli Orange
or upholstered .
Orange Blowom Trail. -Prompt service. Modern equipment service. Work Free Church: 9217. settee Supply Co 630 W. Church; 6113. Avenue. Phone 2-0959.
route. For euaranl.e. types and for purpose. t'l and
and from New York or en .ie. eve : also long antique bench
ADVICE DAILY-Spiritual readings.Rev. estimate phone 5286. 135 N. Main. 1935.: portable power UDIS Established pick-up and city.Caldwell Efficient: service. Fairbanks DOORS sash, c.b.net store time covering. Yellow damask pullman l'EHCQLATORP-Alumlnum 2 and 8 WATER HEATJ3SHect.lC.. 6 to
512 W. Skied : licensed. Harvey. Ph. 21972.REFRIGERATION Trailer Service. and cf sixes. Also and 66 gal : round. 40 gaL table top
A- M. Gre.vr. D. STORAGE and WarehouseCo. bonded. rairblDI tures all types chair with Eolid mahogany cup white enamel
FIDELITY St Floor otomal
C.rtr1.Phone 5837.. agents for Allied Van Lines. facing Co. Phone vD. Bur- SERVICE Commercial Clay St.. winter Park: lando Woodcraft Industries. 1500 cord carved and pvrrx percolators. Knox Stores Co.. WestInghouse 3as. city and 09* if,

AMANDA BRADFORD-Psychic read Ine Information without obligationon : and household rpal I DO THE WORK YOURSELF Rent I Washington. j I I overstuffed walnut 3P. room suite 2: E Pine. Phone 2-316. 20 and 3O gal. Watttr J Wil-ax. Eerye -
ELECTRICAL Repaired.Heaters. .. and Sales Since 1936. The Mitt
Co- moving APPLANCE Good work charges our sander. edger polisher Roaster. with slip covers. oak breakfast
distance
circle 2.30 Tues. 561 West local and long or I DISHES. or separate i 5P. "
. John- I.t for Tour Money Always. 61 X. RobInson. -
Jumbis Av*.: phone 22331.Cs Also packing storing and crating 56 ton Electric Co.. toatfrL E. Church. guson Refrigeration Service P15.9752 costs very little Smith Lumber PfrtlletoT. fruit Juicers, churn set. cb.r red lethe. 8 .
for part- 61 W. Jackson. Call 2-3184 Phone RADIO by skilled technicians N Orange and Railroad. I II 2SS4 Kuhl. lamp. end and coffee .. PUMPS-AH tp. of Doming ..ater.nt.m.
PLAYER-Looking 51B6. REPAIR
Concreteblocks .hUe you wait. Daily pick- I Wrkoro service for 12; c.nter in Godet prints . bri and hoe. No WATER HEATERS-We have last
2CEYRadnn-. GENERAL and HAUG Large- or small HOME SERVICE General repairs. up and delivery service Satisfaction 33. Articles (or Sale I with maroon and 22-c rt gold brdfT. down pam.nt 36 months to pay. Expert received large shipment of tabletop

daily meetn. Phone 5665. New construction. Windows screens guaranteed. CaU "Scottj" at Bntt I Dinner service for 8; Godet .r" ft Home- Mprh'nery glass lined water heater Also
and .ane. loadsof_ trash or debr. and calking service. Licenced and "General Electric" store. 356 DEEP WEAl center 22-crt gold borders. Several ., w. Robinson. upright heaters up to 80 gallons
8 P.m. 44V. W. Church; 7088. KNOLLEN BERG'S Local moving bonded. Dowswell. Phone 3-191. ange Ave. Phone 3-1618. I antique pieces of bric-a-brac. 4 Formica Bumby Hardware. 102 W. Clror-h St.

quality corsets storage era tne. packi.. A WASHED by Steam-Lux APPL-C sWe. Imp. of aH tYC. plumb top restaurant tables with WOOD HEATER-Iron with rTkl*
CHARS PREENS RADIO REPAIRS We all and
bras. Mrs. Ida L agent for Dlhu'St.. Dial 4965. HOUSE prof' Stay clean longer than by makes. 20 years-experience.rep.1 Lee Hot Point ranges from $189 75 .P. i work. guaranteed" 36 tnt.UatOI months "Al I chrome trimmings like new 9x12 PUMPS. deep and shallow trim. In good condition 326 f.
506 also 9x12 .Iectc
6566. Moving. immediate delivery. Space heaters i Broadloom rug:
Telephone
Pound. Ocoee F. any other metod. Very reasonable Ownsby. 137 W. Church. St. Phone LIBBY 4c FREEMAN. Ill WeiiChurch maroon Ea nothing down Fern Creek. Phone 4005.
aU : Sat age spinner washers: Chinese rug. Odd dishes some .weU p.m'Dt
DISTANCE
LONG p.ln\
Holidayprices House Wash- 9869.
MASSAGE VIa Etate. 're. Stfam 6266. Telephone ll'.tle
WATCHES Unredeemed ar i I
Slenderiiu. table top 30 sal. Strut and odds and mODt. Ba new.
1206 Packing Phone 2-3625. water bet.n: city ings many ed Well .
De. GUbn'. plU. Storage RUGS UPHOLSTERY . h.ateu. many Drilling- PIT Xmas tale all drsrtirar.y; rednced -
W. Yale: 2-2918. Moving & Co HEATER CANE. radint .Iectle : m DtoDed. Winter Garden Rd. 1 mIle east of .
Ldl.s on' Phone 8154. CLEANING Heatr.. furnaces Expert portable 20 to make room for new Unes.All
115 W. Columbia. wortmanh.p. In''e. : : .
Ion.rl .Ie. Orlo
2613 thoroughly Guaranteed .. and of DomIng Vit. Orlando: phone 7O87. guaranteed Hermans Loan Of
mothproofing
MRIEPARKERplrltua city .u water heaters; DIESEL ENGINES power unit Sale under the direction .
Re.dln.dally.circles STORAGE SPACE and local haulingFurniture Telephone repaired for Winter Ph. 5665. 2-299. KleenUe Co. of Orlando.Ph .al .: electric roaster.; coffee .makers for agricultural and Auction Sales Co.. R. Sodero. Auc- POWER LAWN MOWERS-Powered fire 27 W. Church St.

Thars-. 8 pm. 31U2. or mercate. HOUSE WASHING--Window cleaning. Grease traps In- : 66" stainless steel sink and stallation. Florida Pipe ft Supply tioneer. 733 W. Cur"h For other information by famous Maytag twin engines.

NOTICE TO ALL BROKERS My Winter Pak. 4. Work guaranteed. Ard. Ph. 2.4172. SECTAK pumped hauled; I cubinets. I Co 630 W. Church: phone 6118. call 2-1:6. Whirl tP 899 50; electric 189.S-pu WANHING MACBINS $45. Pb.

property at 616 W. Yale has beenIlotod 18. Laundry oLURE HOUSES WASHED and drain fields relayed. S.nlt"Septic I ORLANDO APPLIANCE CO 210 DISHES 32-plece .I. (895 UP: 'nl"bE. Z terms. 405 1'2063.

exclusively with Larry Po.eu windows. Look like Sr.en lobs Tank Co. Ph. 2-3413. . Bl 1811. Norm or.Di Avenue. Phone 4537 53-piere set.(16 95 UP. F.i Store.
I II
Broker. A. O. Barnhill. Free I PLANES-Genuine Stanley Planes in
Experienced. .33 S estu.us work guaranteedCall SEPTIC 10 W. Church St. I WATER SYSTEMS Complete. swKK

NOTICE TO BROKERS 11 D'Vllon. Autrey. 6326.__ cleaned.TANK-ITAWD-.id DRINKING FOUNTAIN Kelvinator. several sizes $1.23 and upKnox for farm or home. Farm Home

property 11 L. Dr. la HOUSE Windows In busln.s. Can or AIRPLANE MODELS-Complete stock I automatic thermostat. Bumby Hard- FURNITURE Bargain for quick Stores Co. 25 E. Pine. Phone 2-316. Machinery Co.. 43V W. Robinson Ave.

the market. H. K. Carol _ I 19. Services Offered : HE r.p& estimates 7:71 .nke.AI.rmatt 63C moel and accessories. HO' wsrell2 W.Cbnrrh._ _ I I sale: l29 furniture separate PIANOS-For ,0o stonw
Individually Phone 9146. boatz. r.cn. cars. Generator or all. o'l"81., corner Oranee and H.m. .
SPENCE SUPPRT MAINTENANCE and PaintIng SEPTIC TANKS and grease traps in- I supplies. Haley's. DIESF ENGINEHal.tt
ALLIED Orange 6668. itew
Blossom Winter Kranlch & .
WAREHOUSE SALE sUgh'lydamaged
d"I.Dfd. Ph. OFFICE MACHINES REPAIRED-Our stalled. Drain lines repaired. W. F.McOowan. 21 Southeast I Tral.I Bac.Ter. -
2-3108. Mr. Warren.TIAVIPRODUCTS I Co. of Newbury Vermont. M. C. guaranteed. Check with 1326 17th St. Ph. 2.519. ALUMINUM MOUINGS. trimming .t.Sates 100 unll.. Ameba Ph GOLF CLUBS-Croydon irons; matched if desired. Joseph B.Ue,. 1 furniture. (59 99 largr
Knsht Contractor. of 13O N. Orlan .enl and sink 20" Southeast St..1 set. 2 to inclusive. 2217 E. Magnolia.. Phone 2-2090. platform rockers. 82950: Wait f.ish .:n
ll Mttcalf AY. 8pr.and bruin work: Itel GfOrn Stuat 1 8. 1.1 8t phone SEPTIC TANKS INSTALLED and Steel Sales r.., 100 of. Amelia. 2-142. I REFRIGERATOR dresser, $19 50: 650 50 ear T c'lali
Washington. Gibson. 7 ft.
Mi
Bid*. hour*. to 4JO a A 8:8._ cleaned. State approved. 20 yearsIn DAVENPORT AND CHAIR with slip _ _ _ _ _ d
Offl 1:0 ) Qul"ke. I 2-1442. Condition like ( and ottoman $39 M: *29 50 HI Bai: T
_ _ _ I new
luX.
Phone less PLUMBING. Fitting. Bill business. 6730 Miss Fisk. 2. 36.
142. i looking longer br Gas King AleratCaU or covers. Cal GALVANIZE WAE.-Tul. buctu. Shady Lane occasional chairs. 815; 829 50 HI Bat
Free estimates ofI I guaranteed repairs. Phone 5059. 7571 for ] APARTMENT COTTAGE equipment. Iprlnklne cn. D.RJ'GEDetrle.
WILL TAKE ..ml-Invld and elder.ly : -I mpney. .nl"e. I I can rockers. -IIS: 8898 porch rockers

people. Home. AWNM8Li '01- Residence 1729 Grand._ SEPTIC TANKS Cleaned: Mo.r .Complet. kitchen and with cabinets refrigerator.Water ELECRIC-WAT-SYSTESB.for'l'I chicken Hardware.waterers 316 et. WIlot Leonard Blossom 95 5 to opul*< !.95.r tis
(36 N. Westmoreland Ph. 3-3954 Cohoon Machinery Or.n. 3 la 87 95 100 Ik. ,
fr PLUMBING SERVICE-West Central sanitary pumping I heaters. Heating system. both gas low ..1 pumps Tr,1GAS city and waist : 859.50 refrigerator
YOU NPLY-TE-PINO b, estimates call Mr. McGee at 9826 Plumbing Heating Co 15 N. sonable. BurIes Sewag DisposaL and oil. Modern Applianceg. Inc.. t28 Co. W.SouthJElKTRIC look-in "otle. tJ. $49 SO: $49.50 65-Ib. Ice refrigerator,
ear In . Florida Awning Co.. 432 8. Husbey.ACETYLENE Bryan Day 2-2236 Night 7538. Rt 19. Box 231; 2-O678. N. Orange: -W WASHING HEATER-Large fireplace tp. Service and dor. 1836 Wlks. t395O Many other bargains. Orlando

easiest short cut system In the world. and electric .e din.macb. PLo AND REPAIRING Call TEE SURGERY-AU kinds. Palms 2251.AUO"ATICWATR Now available MACI excellent condition. 25. Small .1 Most for 8alp Money SIDe Always.61 Furniture CO. 61S W. Church St.

Gives the main secret in playing by work on pump saw mills 1210 Eastin or nmove. Dangeroustrees HATS-. vinator Dpt. Bumby Hardware. 102 heater 8. Ph. 40'5. Robinson Ave.

ear. Write H. A. Jones. 2121 Conway rad construction machinery: Street. Residence phone .'89. our tree removed 40 gallon. W Ch GOVERNMENT SURPLUS Buildings -
spd.lt _ _ RUGS
-9x11. oriental: 10x15. reversible

Road. Orlando Florida.INCREASED and equipment. A home in a
aluminum and brass casting.
McKi. PAINTING-House painting Is an art; ch..p. Lt. e.ar.d. Lceld. A few table top electric. 30 and 35 ELECTRIC RANGE-L & H.. 3-burner. immediate delivery. Sales office Sill broad felt: 3x6
ney Machine Works. 131 W. K J. F. hurry WI
conserve your money improve your bnded. 16 Inl. gal. Immediate installation. R.on deep-well. $SO After 5 p m. gee at at Pine Castle Air Base. National 323 E King.REFRIGERATOR.
INCOME to off- ALARM CLOCKSRPAIRED-An. home. Paint safe. Stanley P. CU.: i 2-1147. able terms. 307 G rfieldAve Winter Pak.ELECICMTOR8apatorS. 1391 'lamps.GARDEN .
Electric
Sales. P 0 -
kind of clock electric eoutpment 8520 for Willard B" Gner.1 FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVrRT
or eatlmateo.PAINTINGInside TREES-Trimmed demossed. remov- and Keiser. VoKue Theater Price
Mt extra : A Sentinel- : 8S5. 41 at
expense We fix everything. Barker Repair 1 Colomaltown HOSE-Rubber .t l seen
block
ed. Full J. B. Haughlon. : 5136. .D. bre
lour.nc. 219 E. .
Star Room For Rent ad speedily Shop. W. Central. Ph. 7696. or out Our complete 1 525', S. Summerlln. Ph. 9777. garden hose. 25 and 50 Llvln".tn.RECORD BvlK.la tubs: sued lee tabs: eon-
: P.
service includes H.
ANTIQUES Visit 1 3
patch unusual
our shop 2045.
P.
H.
1269
plur = 2.95 and up. Knox Stores Co., 25 RADIO PLAYER Table modes; new and used dralnboard
rents your unused bedroom AWNINGS. CANOPIES Roll cur-. ing. floor and TRETrtm.d. taken down or where an ever changing clock Invites Send cheA or money order to E. Pine Phone 2-3163. model Also Portable typewriter. sinks china and cast iron lavatoriaa;

for the extra dollars you need. t.alno. Venetian blind made to or.der. and minor structural repairs. Stewart rmond luro R C. Wall daily inspection for the col- Equipment Co. P. 0 Box 989 Clear- 418 E. Jackson walking maettiaes: apartment and
Free estimates. Colonial Awning It Gayle licensed A bonded contractors. lector. Jere Beery. Jeweller. Ma- water. Florida Immediate shIpment.ELECTRiC GAS RANGE"Gr.nd.- por Siret.REFIGERAT0R2 standard stoves cabinet sinks.An

Get them now dial 4161. Co 121 Hillcrest Ave.. Phone 2.612. Ph 2-1493. 12; New ground Cruder Arcade.ARMY000DSWooi. I Automatic con . liz now 102 .ab f.:state 6 of eomvteto size Una of:fittings.AmerIcan
IONS
TRAc0R SERVC available at Bumby ;
Samson.Bumby Hard.are. whch fo Sapply and Appliance
Phone overcoat $5 95; trol. Proctor. Plumbing
TCtT.t' tA[ 4ciit : t---- 22-7283 or 22926.UPHOIERNO die. ram eoata. 98e: field Jacket (2 45; Uni.rsal 102 w. Church. I W. Church heavy I.. .t.l.duty.1lde. and 01t. H b.p. Co, 234 W. Wlihinftnn.
compressor; practically
-----.1-- - 101 shirts tl 95: folding cots. S3 75: 3O I GAS STOVE-Table top Detroit >ewel. Phone 3-2311.
.. Expertly done pncos S2.95 Low prices. Mor- ELECTRIC WAn .T- I 75. 1 almost new Mao electric new Rfud. Sell for .
ante
,
workmanship as and 4O-
ao 1 du. 2.781
portable phonograph. ;
gape Store 46 E. Church.
our furniture refinishms. Estimates water beaters. Bumby Bard.are Schick electrl razor 10. 570 Osceo- RADIOS-Compare the music of a

TT gladly given in your home. Call W BESTS SIDING and metal trim: 102 W. Church._ _ _ la Ave Winter Park; Ph. toy band with that of a Symphony
T. Jenkins. Jenkins Furniture Ex- asbestos Stonewall. The 26J. Orchestra. It's Ilk* the IDEAL CHRISTMAS gtfta. 19 diamond
change. 229 Boone; 2-3795. board of a thousand uses. Roll roofIng ECIREFIGERATOR GAS SPACE HEATERS Radiant andcirculator tone of a comp.rD with platinum dinner ring. large sou.talre .
and Nebraska. I types. AU sizes for city rdio Exprrlenred appralsaL shown
fe UPHOLSTERY WORK We assure M.11 nue Immediate delivery.We that of the out-of-tbe-ordlnary. new
and butane gas. by appointment only writ Box III
of AMMUNITION-Shot shells 12.AIR Improved radio. Listen *
you the workmanshipavailable gun ; New W..tl.hou
See us fn.s'.ork Russ Mattress IS. 20 and tl0 gauge. 2 rifle cartrIdges. ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR Kubi hive inta.ton "cUlte. Mo- and Ju'n W.aDlho. Walter 8-Star. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Gus
CHRISTMAS MADE EASYSolve Co. 1122 W. Church 2-221. long and Ihorts HermaD' and call used.7726. M.deeD'a I r ApPU.De.a Ie. I. 3 6ale sine 6 PtECE willow sunroom auits, sacrifire. -
Ave.: _ _ _ o
Lan Orflce. 27 W. Church. 2-21. 1936. 61 Robinson. 52W Ph 5450
UPliOLTERL"GE"prt work. Rea -With exclu- GUITAR-Gibson. Good conditios J
the question on whom" by reading the Upholt.r- COMPRESSORS stock for EECRILNKE control. Telephone Winter Park 2-2053 for ROOF COATING Protect your roof MOVIES for the horn New pared.

ing Shop. 2303 I Wa.tn immediate delivery. Fla. PP and Walter J. Wilcox. Service and Sales information. for the winter. 82.50 for a .a adventure, travel, com I I. Bow

ad listed below. This handy GIF SPOTTER will appear each 2-4312 Supply Co.. 630 w. church. 618.ANTQEs.ft Since 1936. "The Most for Your GAS RANGE-Whit. porcelain can. At Olldden's. Itead'i Camera Shop. 1039 W. Or-

VENETIAN BLINDS-Made like for .: Money AI.61 E. RoblDn. fnl.h. aoste. Call 2-1515.
De. Crltm. Standard good working RDIOPHONORAPH cmblDatn.
day and offer you ever-changing assortment of Christmas siz MDdton.
a Lowest prices. Best servIce Call PAD-Automa- Dr.: Ph. larr Crbtmll Pr"Dt anted
ELCICHATSO Ed".awr 3V Articles U
72 641.HEA
Gift Suggestions. Adams. Ph. 9558-919 W. Central. Sm.t 8. Magnolia. NlteUte .1t"h dial desired with Walter rdio. .omblnaton. 8pl.1at
Orlando Pia.VENEN BOAT-Steeicrart--26 ft. in dark 30 Extra Wlro,
CruL.r. heat
P5t. h.at. AXES-Fnmitur* of all kinds: sew-
since E. Robinson.
sleeps four. Used demonstra . Wilcox. 8.1f.! 196.
JACKETS-Lather. wool xelan. AU BLINDS Our bea" as removable covr. log macS meal anything r"4 bayS ,
FLOOR
LMP. 3-w& Indirect (li. employes can tor. Will sell at liberal dwcount 115 Service and Sale Since 1938"T. Kuoa-Genuine Belgium Imported to sell gewell-Thuimond FurBJinr

. Church sizes and .tle.. PurcelTs 301 West Wm Frnltare. .. 141 and 615 mak tral.d blinds or repaint to look like h p. Chrysler motor. Diamond T. Most for Your Money Always." Gas-Both city and bottle. Manymodels Oriental Luxurious Barest pat Oo.. 72 W. Pin St. Dial 4f77.
I Orlando Venetian Blind Mi*. Sales tt Services Co.. 103 8. Orange Robinson. tfr. Si ; $6 95. 4x8. 114 99. Pur-
r= I LUOGAOE-Nice slecUoD. . .Ir' you decide on gift. *. . sewing machines. Call before rom
301 W. Church St. 301 West Church .. Purcell's. MACHIE REPAE BAT TRAILER-Heavy duty steel ELECTRIC WASHER: (40: call 484. from (6 95 and up. RADIO-PffOl6OeJRApH-Tryiad. 13 sell. We p y "top" price* 8 welTharmond -
ruction, $195. Parra- while 1st class 3mosold
LOUNGE -- AU make. . phone Buy your heating equipment coodllo Pnrnltur Co.. 12 W Pins
CHAIR with ottoman. up service. Caldwell and Harvey. 2213 more Grocery Windermere. or Box ENLARGER-Like new. Omega type yon have a full line to choose from. D. 2 P 2-t7. St. Dial 40'O.FURMTURII. .
.. (39 SO. Orlando Furniture Co., 141 Dr.. College Park. 2-1972. 113 Windemere. Baungardner. WALTER J. WILCOX. INC Service
A" v..t' Her a aaie DII 4x5 with Bausch and LombP.4 REFRIGERATOR Gas ElertroIUXrefrigerator.
for Christmas Make appointment and 11 West- -Church Str"t. ; MACHINES REPAIRED BRICK SIDINGRf and Buff at 5, 6 inch focal length lens. Only and Sales since 1938. Th most Call at 528 And.r

now. CaU 20 East Pine Street: SMOKING S&'O AND ST ( : I make Maytag official service. I only & I Smyth Lumber Sentinel Studio. 248 South Or- for your moneyAlways.HEATERSSee St : dial 9554 USED, Ph. 2-3505.
$20.
dial 6462.CARVIKQ. __ gift* w-that Church : .r"lat.d Purcl .M '", next to Colony Theater. I Co I Orange Railroad.- an.f Ave._ _ _ _ _ _ Msthocs.oRAwO. .
SETS. Universal; bathroom ?? i Park 93. BICYCI.E-Osnls. I nesce Ilent condi- C REFRIGERATOR-Maple BRETT ROCK an lengths: B td. ft.:

acales; pressure cookers; "Dazey" Iii"Alma" by Shirt Craft. O' DRILLING-We are equipped I tion. like new. Please telephone ICT table easy chairs. oU circulating the ..model. 3155 6395.

can openers breakfast and dinner shirts In aU sizes.Purcell's. drill shallow and deep wells. Any 22508.BARBED. heater other Items. The Perfection heater with pilot light. KrsMfndt and tangerines
sets: bird cages: electric irons; Pyrex .. 301 ; Church St. ATHLETIC : I to 8-mch Shop. Next to Maitland Will heat 920O cubic ft., of space.Kelvinator .
boxing gloves : :; up No water no pay. WIRE-SO rolls. Can Sanford Opportunity SAW 5 h p. DeWatt. : .Hlthttt market prices paid. L. K.
gift sets food rbopPu. chicken fryers NICE gECOH of romror.b. tennis racquets : down. 36 months to pay. I COUDt 3304. before 8-30 or Post-Office- _ dept.. Bumby Hardware. Parks planer. 3p. 1 31. Brensoii. 3-1226.
; dutch ovens chairs for Well 102 w. Church.HEATERGas
Drilling and Sup
Pump after
Hadw.r. balls soft : ELECTRIC COMTORTERS-'Westing- h P. IT' : one 17"drill
Jr. 3-ph. ,
1 102 W Church St. __ rU' 3O1 W Church St b.l. Route 3. Winter Garden Road. 8:3. heatrola. Perfect con b.l s. OLD GOLD-W* pay highlit p sea
fleboard house. Now you can sleep in cozy press; or 220
I
-- : i'BREAKAST SET-$15; oil heater C.t 10 for dlamrods. old gold oat lea,
CEDAR CHEST::Large selection In _ _ Bumby Hardware. 102 ro1.r. Curc&at.! : Fla. Phone 7087.- I : .a refrigerator. 175. rollaway automatically controlled warmth dition. 35. Can be seen at 11 radio .. Pho. 2-2154. broken )* sizes and price range With : without weight. Just plug the new W Harvard; Ph 5015.HOMSERHARMONICAS.
clor. BENDIX GENERATOR SETS for DinoWelPcl.Uz in bed. (20: rocking 56. bureau. SHOTGUN SHELLS-Medium and Beckman A Sons. 139 N. O-nie._
without Insurance policy for Whizzer motor and seal beam small (15. small washing machine.; (20;; I WetDlhou. .Ifctrlc comforter Into Kan huh power 12. 16 and gauge. turntar.
OFFICE MACHINES and :
mot protection. Purcell. 301 W rD.f I 6fs TT. headlights. Complete b.ke 1595. and 3". Can install well and pump I rugs electric Iron Ironing board 6- out.t. set the automatic band. Old Stndb,. . In mot sizes From $1.48 :box to Oet oar pice Check with Genrg*

St Whizzer Motor Sales & .s. Oranse on FHA plan. CaU or write P. P ) for and table l.mP. anger watchman "J and .1.f1 Echo and Chomatc HemaD'1 loan 1 19 a bx. Also 22 calibre sheila, Stuart. 13 H. Main St Ph.58. _

CEDAR CREST. "LANE'S". I .__ .! Ave 2-4687. French. Lne.o. F.. Phone 6. ...Ine marhn. and oth.r tore. like a baby th rough'be 27 W. t a box Sporting "
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Naton.l Service
J I WILL BUT. er saw your
remove
ly "Th lift & FOR BUILDING ADVICE and information 1051 N Ave.. Winter Park rht W.I.r wH"x. AIDS New and several S- rv Roebuck Co. 9813
adnnll.. : CASTR WAGONS SavWay'the Phone 475-W Sales! 191' "The Most for RARING pine trees. Call King Bui.n.n: and
Furniture Co.. on construction financing. ones Acoustlcon Hazel SCORED TILE
ALARM The finest coaster c. Ycnr Money 61 E. Lwmber Coir : telephnt 24'S.WI .
18 wrist .o BADtb.tb rt pany
141 and 615 W church Street. CS2 watcbes. Heavy duty construction steel.roller.OI Let u help you pl.n Milli BOAT-12' Perfect for these R"fln'n. Co E Church St. and kitchen:
: i (4 Loan 011 .. bearings, and Nebraska.TREESTAKEN. small pl.o. sale 451 ELECTRIC SAW-Portable. 8-ln. and 10 wall Ironing Try Mills and : PAT $2i for your old drop head
HOSIERY large custom
"Muiulngwear".hois 27 west Church St semi-pneumatic tires lake. IS. 9-in Wappat In metal carrying HOLLYWOOD BEDS-2. b.rd Singer sewing machine negaTe less
proof Pre.n a 301 Wet Church I ;& : baked on enamel : do.n. fxpr trm- Ole .. Park 16 ) case. Willard ft Keiser. Vogue built. Can b seen at 1328 Portland Nebraska. of ace or condition Phor a-Z'i4L
by Hardware. H. 8. Austin, T..tr
Street. RDOSSImprtFntalm 102 _!m'nt. 2-36. BABY BED In good eondltioiiior Street SAWMIII-Ameniean
-- ---- -- :, 12 -- -- -n6blBum block. Colonialtown: 5136._ I' cl1 \ HIGHEST MIRKET PRICES pa.i for
C IRS the Miss coat. $15. Telephone 7911 for power unit. Operating
SWEATERSLatest styles and patOffice., 2"t Church SI : CAN rugs Floonnaster Way. HARMONICAS Harm.tD'. navyband. .
: sA apefmit and tangerines.Lester
all colors. BultOfl.511P over t E ccl. and delivery service Floor- informal Lwellyn Her condition.' & 582 Winter orange
tern. I '
Toe 'ioi wC : ELECTRIC RANGEWestinghouse.Here White. 3-1226. .
ROSARIES-Ideal _
I
confirmation .
master Rug 323 E. King Church St. Park or .nl5R
styles. 301 St. BICYCLE-IS W.
Als ADlora. r.n's _Curch __ C.anr. inch size. Ladies or waited i
lrcU. Is the you've
. I (1250 values I for (3.50 Herman's Ave phone 5 range an'lD,2 WE BUY used furnitjre. Cat us before
W Chur SEATS Motorcycle mens. Knox Stores Co.. 25 E. Pine. now WIRE-Bronx* and alumi
S Lo.n Office 27 w Cfaai,ii st type with heavy for. In styling speed and safety it it -Kelvinator SJ Eelllne. Orlando Furs tore C*
-SIMMONS"ELECTRONIC Blankets ______ duty springs for Whizzer bikes. Phone adds beauty and efticlency to any Bumby Hardware. Kel Screen door
2-316. wdtl.
nUI. Al
____________ I .valble.t No 2 store. 615 W. Church phone
Complete stock now .available for (9 95 Whizzer Motor S.If' 602 N.fmm. 31. Good Things to Eat I BED-3. mahogany, pineapple Jt kitchen. In de.nlne. it equals electric I vltr Dp.rment 102 W. Church. 11 aD 2-4883.

.'. dch\ery Purcell's 3O1 W r Orange v 2-4687 box 'Drlnl good mattress. lights. results. HEATERS Circulating oil sheet

-Chi.r, Si JntfomtW : f { WS-Ecrtosetswgonify- KING ripened FRUIT fruit cur delicious In Phone It wins compliments for o every ,i iron. pipe. 5 and 6 t. elbows. STUDIO COUCH: Almost new; 8543. 3a. Fuel Oil and UoodFDlirwoOD
,-les fr our own grovesla time In work-Saving Convenience, .
II : bicycles hunting : ELECTRIC dampers Stew
tz. ready for shipping will be gladto CS .Tf.hron.- In Wyckof's Ku.I "
Bumby Everything is at your fierPL For sal Oct It .*
= nahlRhh. take your order Guaranteed delivery Electric. and "W.tlox and I INLAIDI.INOLEUM-We supply and SEWING IACE- Factory rebuilt - --
St An Johnson .. economy I I sink tops and new portableand It lasta. For particulars and piueg
in good order .tI. Eletnc on
A "iffsjor $ c4 BLAX&EIS Cannon-Leaksviile TOOL mad for Also nice fruit for home $135 E Church. Phone 5186 2 kitchen proved. Price $189 95. WaI.rJ Ital maun.t 2501 Edsewatar console Al Wiggins; 6247. can 5047FUEl. _
KIEsPlat a Wilcox. Service and Sales fr. C.1 ,
L-.l--- .s..k :1el' Purcell's.For double bd. Assorted colors.1 Wbtzzer Motor bushel for oranges and 75. bu.b CYPRESSLUMBEJt-30.000 feet 1 1936. 61 K. Robinson. snc I D. 2-1215. STEEL WINDOWS-Commercial and OIL -- A full tank is ssfer.

: | 301 .eh St Sales 602 N Ortnge el for grapefruit. We also have and 2 Inch. dx,. .s grade. Colon- -100 lbs capacity. Porce residential 6M Phone 8O2: Rave your tank 1 d.

c BEDSPREADS-"Bates" Double TRICYCLES. WAGONS.AnP; tangerines Bring your OW container lal Lumber Co.. Highway. I IiB D condition. (25. 16 Sales Co.. 100 s. Ae1 do.ot.t. A larger taal- Insures heat ea f teat
.. Ie. "p to sinus sixes. Assorted colors and rockers. deks. :1401 W Washington ELECTRIC STOVE Brand new Have Ph. morogs M *3 50. now (1 Final clearance. Church St .t CHRISTMAS TOYSWa"o.-tncyclet. 2 stoves and have no use for It. Will Sturt.aDtIONO 2143.SHOWE
I earylaae, Orlando FurnIture .. ORANGES $125 bushel electric single FUEL OIL it tfiarrr r'a'.4O of
Herman's Loan Ollice. 27 W. Church t"TA ; grapefruit dol .._ I sell for (235 300 Killarney Dr.WJnterPark. BOARD- Hardwood top. cTA8Pslc.
8& D'"h scales: ndjB15WchurchSt_ 75c: pick your own 45c. etc. Fair store. 10 W. metal legs (6.50. aprons. weather bongo on calde. If r-4 are
;_____ _-____ ____ electric floor J S. Clark. Windermere..set I CAN _" _P 13R.WcIC and pads. Knox. A Wyckjffs .t.. 2524 Kuhl. not prepared for K. Order now. Ph.
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niter H Genuine covers
AND "Tr lamp coffee .HEGIF IMA OPENE- "DE. PLATES and 2 burner s Orlando Fuel Oil Co Ir. W >-
BILr BETS th.rom-I murn.r PECANS New Crop Shelled Broken I E Pine. Phone CANS Heavy galvan 5118.
., tie Bumb 102 W rearTw and up. plates. $4.75 and up. Knox Co 2 2-316. SPRIG Park Fuel Co., Pb. Wuiior Park.
Go I.rloD .I. ftn. Had.af. mirror (2 SO. twist-grip control Halves-5 pounds $6 OO-10 Store Co 25 E. ter
pounds Pine Phone 23163.CAMERASWe water can*
s. Stores Co 25 E. Pine. Phone 2-3163. IRON WOOD STOVE: gas .prIDln. cmp. wt
w Church Church Si I
P..l I ICopan
__ _ __ !< 1395 and 'Odometers (4 75. WhIx1UNTING 111.50 Postpaid. Shreve Pecan i Mattress chairs: tables I brats .. 200._._ ?
VESTS and oupplles.gaaoFLOOR COVERINGS-Wide election j ;JIJ8Jlotor Sale! . S02 N Orange Ave. Box Chipley. Florida.RIPS buy. .U. trade and ECU EKtrm\r heater ; 8. Main St. .25 E. N.d Xs 8re Do.k and pin*, a'. Ic-re "s.
3. 1 229.
I line lantern: sleeping: bags camp In "Axounster '. "Wiltons". "Berk- r.pal.1 kinds 0 Umer. Also a I o other a.fu ts. P. 2-316 K-aaanaMe Pleas telephone S- 4
P cots: tack. boxes fishing rods and shires "Broadet": Also scatter 6 early oranges right from !I .uppl. finishing size. $ 85 Complete with auto! JIG SAW witn motor 2 extra speed SCTT-Full m8i85'5 suit a 3$. Sand
rs: "Everrcac '" flashlights Ufe rugs and I. .V-DS' ELliar! sUc and trees We pack and ship. :I DPt. at City L"e. |matte Knox Stores clan conditn Pe17IO P.ct".11 nw. Call for WOOD-Stove and flr-p *">--
gram contrl. .
C 2 f11 a
Preserveuhion kapok rlbr and Navajcs Cfnllf. $ rhrom.75 bikes. i Grove Lake UDderhl. Ph' Ic Jewelry Co.. Or'D' and :i E Pine Phon 2-3163. [ Pun Glewo A. InotOD. up trand special pr r* Cit
I = .t. Fr Whinier tor Sales.. N said carry 1401 W WashlxKUO. Tel
I ,
Buiibr Hart'war102 W Church ;I ctla. 1 W Clsur.it Pt Orantt Sep 62 I &NDYOC-Fd. at XuFa CASH RGIT- Immediate de- | ELECTRIC Drink Box. i SLACKS-Size 12 Ry Rog SEWiNG MAC-Tred. Singer: I 7267. King Scull Co.
- : and Ohmera. I Coin In CA-L Needs LDI' : never worn; shirt new oil gas
some
I !atn.1 t
-A--i-! I H bushels or boxes. 83.75 and up. New and Cub RCZMter. .Io e. s&i water heater and floor lamps.
--.T.- --t-t-t---- -j : jn -j- Express prepaid. Phon Orlando 7305. 22O rbU. Ma 8850. !I r.palra Hard.a. 125. 222 W. Central j I' match before: at non rear of 128 E livingston 24722. C [Continued On Next Face]





Orange County I ''He,ct.t'd it ion for discharge estate of Ella K I, et H.ux N C.p.l.t. ax to Harold D. Haxra Jr. et 10. I I i Blaln et u wd (10.I Stick wd 10. Uonal Ban at Orlando Big 14000. I ere, mt HMO it

Florida Naton Bank at Jacksonville 112.H.nntt r:1. Hamilton et nx to American Leonard Mann to First National Jones claim of I Walter E. Horsier et WUMam Moses Dorsey to Harold Z. Jra**. (3d
O. O. Kammer J.
Court RecordsCOUNTY mat I application for discharge. > M Perley to Howard N. Cap- Fire Co. sec mtc 500. j I I,I 'nx t z. a t B

I state of Dan NormanEstate p1 .d $10. Bleh to 3. Robinson et wd B.n of Winter Garden pta 4000. lien 15445. O. Bradner Sr. et U wd (W.M. $10
one to -Test: Q.
JUDGE'S COURTLeland of Fredrick Wallick. am.ndf In- P. Cheek et ux to William E If cLeinore 10. C a I Strang Buick Co I to Wellborn C Amid J. Pearson et nx to E. R Powers A-. Wlnkler et U\Jessie F. Rock- Ruth BamilMli Burlbcrt IOka
sod (
Y colon and appraisement. I et nx wit 810. Blanchard et nz WiUeUa Phillips vd 10. et ux wd (10. wen $10. GasheS et ux. -
Li.B'L' final rpM and appli- Charles R Krirg. report and Chambers et ex to Ancoria Inc. Rca al t. J.a I Bun Boson et Bolus u FKM *t 51 l to FnM* Marks ct
raton 'f discharge, Berkley S. 1Da ap Eret et par rel ml $ William A. Dance et u to J.c Russell Affam of Mae E Pearson. ox t L e
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cM. wd $58.Frances
Bu'J o II Oration far .s of i W. L Borders et lS t Ca'Shannon Davis et K..Boone Emily 8. BarneS wd wd $10.Varney. Weld et alSevekap
W. W. Wtjts,. order distribution C 1. Kriec. | Alton B Whitman et u\J. I Pop Balls 2 e al mtc 11. M.r YTBelfto Robert J. Bell wd $10. $1.. t 1. Sharp e U t Rilas L Meeks 20. et to OK
r et
ttate Joph Percy fo INSTRUMENTS FILEDW. ux Td $1. Car. s.no.: B1 e' .1 w W. 1 han Svancar et u ta Sidney A. Wes- Carco Inc. to N. B. Yates et al wd 10. ux wd mis $7,115 PeSoisw Corp $"'
Wlkl 3. E. Pope u to Alton B. Whitman e Simon ct u to Rwfmi et mx Corf. 75
b N. 510. Harold L. Decker to O. Bowdeaet
Ken of H. Hawkins to Weidon WUHs et nxm e tD 1 11 Wi.z Bar L John D. bsaa *t ax to D i. fc.. ..ur
charge of Cfcarlatt, Zibabeth d. a It 117. Willie N. daln et nx to Tn Ff.r WI.1 N..en.t us to Winter Park u mtc (24WO.G ee 810.
ola'. W i> and Paul W. Pain et Saving and Loan Redditt et WUtaa M. et ax. wd $10. _
WI ux C.
u pIg Savings and Loan Assn. mtc W. Thomas et to Harold Deckerwd u\
L.. o-r. die- Wilson Sanders ct to Bauer agreement AD l.ti. a 1 lard Hugh D. Francaeo et M to Jor.rj IB-
a i $10
u'mlJ" E.on. Edward Noble Robert (6000. 10. et ux wd
trlbuloD., J5t.t. 0 Pan ,ar rel mtg 13. L. B. Riser et ux First Federal Sav Jones et ox Dr. e u\ Frank R p4 to Ford S. Haus- B. Gnffy EL Bel- M. Tnompon Beausastn B sain es
t "setloff
tat. of Ln.8 .or. 'a datD. .s Aror Inc.. t Cum.n S. Radebaaxh et ings and Lees Asm. Orlando Big 'J. t T P National Ban of Winter Gar man et ax wd WD u ': many lo (5S f. a t K E. f ux wd $10..a Frank vt al to ,Jess O. Cackii

A. E dVDtnUT' P" .Won 'ix wd 110.t' Uasc G. Banuuall et u to 1 B. K" Ward et J. A. Martin 11. to B. Campbell O 8 t. u mt ux to Guy Dunnaganet John Dingley t Habert Spears a u. et u*. qcd 910.
dis'xram'oteB S. ux to Thomas et l K.i C Chambers tt to LoiiIs S.
fol K.
wd Robert ax ,
.hare.DI fUa estate of h .eisd.tlo. K1 U SO. i W. R. Ham nx to The First National et ux wd (16 ux end (10 ad Un
r.Pt Wlm I Jr. et U \Nor Wright Big mtc I i G. StIck et u Ray Moore B. Franc McEroy ct Edna Wttt- U Miller et u et t U. J. Blctusan tt u. fid (W.
L. Baamgardner to 1 Ba o Wlte Gad.D I Enrt t A II t 1
Wood fins rpon .Ge W'j $1 500.Paimera. I | ct ux I atone Ehacf assign cots Daetwyler. m:* $54X Louis 6. Hlchmsa tot* JABM W50>-

and 1 taumsardner *t ox mtg 2000. ne.te%. to J. E Smith 'I 9.9em7hard. Mann et u. t W N. Esther K 10.KOr et Y t Q. Everett W.C Birr et ux t The Pint !a Gretchea T- Ir t Ormond K. Mini- ton E4ward et at. vd *1O.




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? Jrrnttnrl 45. Apartments for Bent 50. S Wanted 1 Bent 51. Houses for Sale QUICKIES ** By Ken Reynolds 81. House for Sal 81. House for Sale 51. Homes for Sale'

APT.-3 room and New duplex:; COTTAGE OR APARTMENT-Modern i
PAGE 18. WED DEC. 3. 1947 b.t four for the brand S SOV'TBBA5T-Ifew 3-bedroom bunga DOCTORS NOTICE Near
stove refrigerator. or rooms COLONIALTOWN Orange
gas .he.tr Ul 2 1i MARKS 1110 Colonialtown
; Venetian tile floor $50 month Jauan and February bedroom home. Ideally located ,, bl S. ; 1. Screened pb lot 60x142. Memorial New 3 bedroom, tie bath.
bld Three bed
Cont, from Preceding per mo Ph. 169 Winter 114. T Orlando or good comfortable living or quick resale < cntrcton ne. Only 19. 0 term living room dining room, kitchen.
1[
Pare O.rde. 01. to.n on lake or river where ,' if necessary. T homo I ont rom sal: uuhee house Older Real 40 South garage. 100 foot corner Itt. Seouces
there la some tuning Writ de prettiest lot In Fr by Or.n.e phone 2-81. Price 514,500. Abeet 59,5 wIn bandl. -'
S7. Fertilizer and Soils WILL SHARE apartment with young t.1 what 01 have t ofer. Walter a day. Plenty of shade. W* SUBURBAN' -New and bath. balance monthly, let o show
rm
m.n Reasonable and close 1 Ph Peno. W D. Ft. should not have t dare you to look : ; ; MRS s'r. 224 E. 2-bedroom 2 lot*. 15 terms. don yos this house. Dial 6$1l Roblo
15
COLD SMOKE will ruc your _t Ind. at H lor a pre of 8750. ;: hous. close t school bus and balance ( mont A. Smith, Real Estate. 124 8. MaIn.
and improve Ir1 t0U 1 Quickly contact with 'i)2 .tor. Central he.t Completely fur Broker. 550 N. : 4412 (3 000 DOWN. 9 room* furnished. 'S1
4b. Houses for Kent APT. or house by .
,'our sell it v your e.rde SOUSKIO J. Daniel Kolar. Realtor 306 s CaU 788. SOUTHEAST SECTION- forc.s. large landscaped lots. Near baa.
Send for lull inform couple No pets; permanent Ba
time Main. stores and school. 58.300, Yes
plaDUI roses and sweet DUPLEX HOUSE-On lake. 2 bed' residents: references ex- 781.CLNI ( A NORTHEAST SECTION-Practically Frie home. Broker 6 W Church. Rm12..Van.

SOS pl.Dln.-- Dr.: 6314. roms large living room all elec changedPh2-440_ GARDENS bomhae. .and very attrcty. 2-bedroom hes.frt u. 1512 8. Osceola. SS04
pa Completely furnished Electric 1 home completely (2000 can
HOLDE-f HEIGHTS-Room for work- fue kten.
DAIRY FET WANTED S15O 9931 apply 401 intrl. Prefer on Rio Grande- and Urine handle balance like rent. Trade with SUT- of Delaney WALKING DISTANCE Bii-fl Ini
mnt Ph o rm.
Dmd &a lu.DUtn. Phone 223'0.SOUSE2 Price 10.2. Terms. Harry Heath ( ( H.mpwn Broker 531 N. Oral I. new. frame come, no ceilings. Beautifully fur
phon Colonial Dr. i 501. bungalow 3 bedroom nished. Emergency demand sate
AlU 5U IN. large Brokr. P coJu. o
nel-Star. FN-Frne 2 broms For permanent fIc4T living and quick Detail through Qaybkugh,
Pc. Per .hUd ahol age Lean CITY LIMITS-Completely NORTHEAST SECONe. bungalow rm. porch and diett.b.t. Realtor, Metcalf Bid*.
FI and good rich top lolL Fo full Call after 3 p in. E Central. for 1 year References Ph 9944 5 rooms and bath fue. large rm fire with only down.r. A BUNGALOW-Furnished or unfurnished.

.euu and quick deY dial I LAKE FN HO MI-t bedrooms. FURNISHED HOUSE or apt. for season (5950 (2300 ea.1 King Real Es- place. 3 large bedrooms floor fur balance rent. ( 145. Call 3 bedrooms and 3 bath*,
lot Ik mnt
1-53. kthen Private sand b.c by .dtlt about (ISO mont'P. tte. 30. & 8435. '"Open Sundays" nace to'5dS'g4OOO''. Good terms."Speak Pet with O'Haa-Mor.109 circulating heater fruit tree* Just
Whitney Spiegel
FILL DIRT and clay. One or more Seasonal White Bro O Box 13S. Realty Co. Pe. Phone 2-23. outside city limit 3 block from bus
706
full Call 6464 d.n.II Realtors: 824 N. Mills: Reatn. Met line. Immediate Possession. Owner
measure. 2-16.
lod efficiency apt. for CLOSE IN-3-bedroom. 2H Bldl' TRIPLEX-Vacant. Ir.U reduced.
SAL A.-r batM 23261.NOIGHM leaving city. 713 1. MIchigan Ave.
S-Star. Boerstler with HeO 14. ) ROAD-I Just lost a attractively De.17 decorated NEW HOMES 2. 3 and 4 bednv>a
wom.n Bx
Brker.
S8. Plants. Flowers and Seeds SEASONAL RENTALS. *J6 S. KuhL neJ neighbor who moved ideal location. 4 separate home Priced from (6OOO to Ste.-
UNFURNISHED HOUSEr Apt by 2-108. out of te City. and offer h horn entrance 3Vt bath oQ and steam 000 Terms Courtney Real'y, 392
AZALEAS.-.Potted or In corsages. We offer ..ra wen furnished home working cople. cblrn or pets. for .. Frame bungalow ub.to heat rfr.naUon Occupy rand 2 N Orange; Ph 2-2471
Phone Azalea Shop at Casselberry. for the 'SI. Northeast. 81200.00. Pone 8106 Thqrston shlncles. lot IOOxl3O bauUU Income 2 other
on lake. S15OO. Cherokee Park. WANTED. 2 or COLONIALTOWN SUBURBS Ranch land.pd Entr.n" la.e Fran (19050 for action.
221.Blom1 $2100.00. 5 blocks out 2 bedrooms and room. by APART 3 type home. 2 bdoms sleeping Uyil rom pr. fipl.c .at. Owner. 510 M. Summer- PICK ONE
sue. S for (1: maids rom Close In 3 bed Orlando pr.nenS radent porch attached, laa. Dubl. slsed built-in book cabinet, Un. -
15.0. lle
ly-
various pln. Mt Veron off 100. then (100 2-211. rooms 2 lug porch with drop 1. Frame
rom mont bungalow. 3
SMALL APT.-For bachelor; resident i bedrooms
Bumby. blocks from ,
cross highwayand room modern kitchen
bt.ee E Rb per montHL St.t for. dlnl. glassed-in sleeping
sales engineer, on year round large pprrl garaae
Inson. _ _ ba large broom
Box 212 lte fuue. dr.ln ct VANDERBILT AVI.- (8900 Cash I32TO. balance Ito
C iiiJA8.-4Lbo. $2. BROS- AGENCY Ratr 8t.r.Bu including ball tile blb trunk clo-t month.
1.Auta. TeL WOMAN will be stove washing machine clothe .D
Orange Ave. 3
pines 25e eac 12 : et O.ne elS Ue.clt bm. Wen bunt and cut a bngl Frame.
baby sitter S n I leaving town immediately each .
wants
tings tl pr (6 per hundred hu.J hes Very attractive Living room. dinIng i 3."New frame bungalow, 3 bedroovi
. lot room in (3.ISO for interest. You er and boa water beater
can monrllhS
Colonial 1506 i hi l-.r den.
Nu E CoDCUS J. room kitchen knotty pine den 2 garage Near school and r .
and breakfast Ph. Winter in. bring your linens andsilverware garage large cement floor
5-ROOM HOME-Lease for year Sue large tile bath. shopping center Immec
TREES and other 178. Will also consider house Price with bdrom Duoter
lrls leasing 117.SOO -
seU S2OOO balance possession (9230
50 Mill Bt. Je or down 15 51. Houses tor bale property by the year. (2.4OO in advance furnished. Frank 507 MetcaUBuilding oil forL Attced .r Down payment
(2750
"arts month. till paid. Owner MOr.n. :_.___ Cba A-I i -balance (63 month.
braska W. a. A i condtol. L. lot
S 1. t C W. Church sa.HOU6EUnfue. per year. Exclusive. Wm. phone 2-110. .
Inrsery. ADAIR this finest of Mathews with J. Daniel Kolar, Beaut
loatOD 3. Furnished
PA-I 5-room
Don (15 000. frame
6 room... ..t a 3-bedroom 7811. 2-8 NORTHWEST SECTION-The greatest ed miss tl bungalow,
DOGWOOD TREES Shipment just .. landscaped 100 ft. o give-away. 3 bedrooms. 2 terms Exclusive 3 bedrooms oak floors soar water
arnd Free denn. Call 2-1727. 21 36t St lot.on a Large well shaded screened porch 4 large living room kitchen and b.th. HUCKEL-O' &RETR.118 E. ??I''r. rme Immediate poasessiin
N. Orange 41. for Bent house Robinson (10300. Casa (3500-balance (50
P.e7 O.rden 211 Roms 2-car garage and workshop (12.5OO entirely car d. Venetian 2-753
.. only ( cash balance month- CNWAY SECTION-Frame 5 room blinds (8.OOO .. at (44.50 month.
W. 7O4-Front room .r.at wit 20 with H. P. front and rear porch. per mo Lot 1OO aISO. Exclusive

DUBL PETUNIAS eeraniums.- Nasturtiums.C7ceman I A@, near bus Ph Realtor. Carrtgan Bide: 672 Bld.. (with sure they won't mind if you eat here, Alvin with U28. Fred *. Broker. 8561 or ML1weohow you the abort bargain

many otn. 1613 N. W Eal AMELIA AVE. EutTw bedssemiprivate ange. 2-4551 Want Ad said they specialized in STIMPSOX STATOX REALTORS

tones !uran. Ph b.th. .do11 U,1 AVAN BLVD Furnished crabs'!" NORTHWEST SECTION-New 3-bed WINTER PARK-$13.000-Furnished. Metcalf Bldg, Phone 5159,
GRANGE cmel rom. 2-bedroom home. (2100 cash room home Large lot. (10.950. .
blooming TP AMELIA AVE 42 E.-One room private balance monthly Realty. p.i than H cash Smith with Henry Only payable

whIt Nurarle.1 .a. Ju.___ After 8 bat uttes. child accpt Church .6 Main Rpr. I Houses for Sale 51. Houses for Sale Buh Broker. 916 KuhL 2-10. nns 145 cuhal.nc. a MODERN HOME A love y Mun'ry

PETUNIA calenua 0 ANOEBILT-3-bedroom bungalow odasbestos NORTHEAST-Here i* one of the truly a lovely home but On home on pared road Or.j lo m. >*
carnation SnP'lon CLOSE IN-237 Ndle.o Ave double Largeall I I rent I 1 bedroom. 1"1 rom HOME AND INCOME-10-room house best buy In the city this lovely a large corner 1S ute' drive from Orlando 5 norm

leas. SIc UP. At E. Colonial and Fern. rom f..c. h.t. nerpn.m.Ur" electric IDI. tODtrCtJOn L klten Icene with 6 bedroom and 2 b.lh.Two frame with cedar covered living room large rm 2 frame house with bath and ele .ue
turn north Canton Ate. east : reasonable ktchen. 01 17. S yenetan bUnd. 4-room apartment in se buld- home. Feature .ll. spacious bedrooms tile bath ultra. kitchen lifetime roof Lame yard
cek I No sale t Sundays. itarperaNursery. CLOSE IN 206 EUlicrest Avenue.Boom Gee tral An.ATAON P. Br.. R.lt CO. 1 E i Btte block ing All furnished Plenty rom ly large bedroms living t.o vnlaa modern kitchen. arne-h porch with plenty shade and hundreds of
I year old nice lake additional expansion Near rom din I and-thi* home closet tropical plants such
1812 with Adjoining or ing and ha plnt7 as pa Sougainvillea. -
&Cant. mel. II rom. lthe. Had-
private ( I '* each Outside city good tourist location 118.5. terms. wood duothermheat pace Hibiscus. Came..ia7 Axa-
39. Livestock and supplies b.t rom i to bus New low price Mr. Brown with Bonnet. fr tlou.bout furnished You win b located 1 block from a less and other S acres of t, h land

CONCORD AVE. E. 1647-Attractive SPRINGS I : S4SOO "al .ohto. 145 N. Main: 581. for only (14.OOO. L. B. Sanders lake excellent bathing and A garage apartment several fuod
2
CARTER SERVICE-W* also rms home atmosphere 8 m I W. HARWOOD AVE.-Corner. 2-bedroom with Clyde McKenzie 104 w. Central I fishing .Uo D forget-thi* chicken bouse, a brooder house and
haul BU lie ask for 32R1.2.between ut. do.ntow by bus. Ph 5901CLOSE 2 bedroom frame; large lot on P.ye I well I frame home (540 yearly Income on Av*.; 3-4775, I home I completely fu@d brooder Good wen with wavr p' -'d
8 and I ment. Citrus tree Bu service I I .i be a you all over the p'ace Two setaiika..
p.1 IN-Lovely double bed one if desired). Ne.rhllh t sow
a. I kitchen lan for breakfasts (85OO I W. ,, 2 story brick; large r rm. rtaln.bl. ORLO VISTA-12 Van Buren Av*. : delightful home 1 most Price only S11.OOO. For s.i nno ta
WESTERN SADDLE-Padgitt room; pr"Uue. 2 baths .; cellar with : and grade .cbols. bus stores.movies. I desirable you
Bro and 4 bedroom* 2.ton frm. I 1.8 buy this 3-bedroom cotUge 1..lon can move right In. Balance on
low roplna Good as new. (65 IUDbe 11 61. Kitchen equipment feet. One of the best I.ylnc call W. J. Buning. LANE BROKER. 1204 reasonable terms By an means see
Shaw Service Station. 16 N Parra- Ctrs In fruit trees. so down to (8OOO now. E. F. t. E. Colonial Dr 2-0233 thin
Also sin I tw. Realtor. for at once Harold Shepherd Realty
C I-T.in bdrm. his Realtor 32 E. Pine: Phone 6551. 161. appts -
frame. furnished. Nicely hous ment.WAUCINO. .
more. On 2-bedroom _Co ao K Wsshin io dial S134
WANTED TO BUT-Livestock. Beef. line. 16 N. Thornton.L.an. remodelled $7500.BUCKELONEAL. I : blocks East of Orange IVANHOE LAKE (Near)-Thia I* the I OSEOL ST.. 1512 Furnished
bu 118 E. 3 location and well built 3 bedroom and clean. Possession 01-1. Lake
veal and price paid. REATOR. eo Innstent S Net County Property
3-4838 ho. B.S C CLOSE IN-Single or double, attractive Robinson Are. Alta- he. 1th home you've been looking for. Completely I.t once I

clean rom; heat: laundry privilege monte Office. Winter Park 8-8394 I Washington St. Phone 8513 furnished with the best every 'OHIO STREET-_One block from city FARM 4400m bungalow with 8
SMALL Je.n heifer fresh. 16. *; tlphone. 32 N. Rosalind.CASSELBERRY ken thing .o.even radio machine limit city bus service water acree of good land, several larg

40. Pet Mock and applies Aislea Amer. @ Located 1 lovely Rosear- rugs, drapes. Step In. starthousekeeping. i light and all conveniences Including ; DISTANCE-2-tory clay Pin trees Located on a hard road
L.e Near wonderful buy It s that easy Ten garden space chicken tile stucco bom about 3 mile from trading center
( first
ADAIR SECTION- class condition. -
lean Plan riding fishIng Or.mr An. etc
HItel needed handle too. you have all conveniences Priced to sell h Price Is only (2.650. W J, K.ist'r,
BOARD TOUR DOG at Acr.Ienel . bunting Winter Park school). Attractive 3 bedroom frame ISO t a 1340. McKelvey. 3-stall garage and laundry
Cket home i sa. bungalow that was built In '41 2 &de2 bdrom. living lot 15 value fruit trees. 16 Broker. 6 E rom 8. Phone One of the best buys yon could Realtor Post Office Bldg I us1 is, Fla.
Ln..o.. 1. at stud. 1174W. screened porches. Bendix. lot 100 b.t side- .asb. (75 monthly. 8521 imagine for only $10,500. Quick action Phone 391 Red, P. O Box 1146
D.lm.ton CONCORD AVE. 1115 E.-Newly furnisbed I bath. kitch Ste..r. Realtor 9788-8033. .
beautiful 150 with several citrus trees ( ol ner rom. ORANGE MEMORIAL SECTION I reuire here Trade with
BSTOJ Bt2 maa room twin bs adjoining Terms Exclusive $ I completely furnished For In. S"ald. 143 .
old. rental ayalabl. .It ; IVANF :LGEPARKMove Modern 2 bedrooms Newly LU1 Gsl R.ltor. KMain.
yr heat.
red J bath furnace' & 140 N. O.De N. : Investment-don't let bun.eo. bdrms rated Immediate dK 2U6.WIT SEE CS FIRST_
R.ltr. le
.obn.
seen at 1600 Ate or 2 business men preferred 1 Clyde McKenzie. Bro living br.bt kth- (3OOO cash: easy p.lon 17s.

COCKER SPANIEL -For sale female CLOSE IN-2 blok busne. district Central Ave; 2-715. I en tile bath screened Ask Asher Peter Realtor; Homes, Grove Business PropertliA

beautiful honey clored 4 10 Old corner rom het. Permanen' AA-IVANHOELato. cant tip b :; STREET SECTION Steim I Near bus. churches schooL storea dial 2-788. 1 S M.i PARK-A truly fin. and Serving Lake County since 19:Kj
Dial eenUema.preferred ba' Tl. I Good value C. Harry E. VIone Co. Real Estate-
rlttred. 2-JJt. 3 3 other I furnace 5 room. \ Realtor IJ2.5. 0 Ste..S. ORWIN house buit 1 story masonry home
COCKER PUPPIES monlh old. inoculated Ih.p.. rooms. 2 broms.srened porches. 2 rear ; furnished Lot with fruit I 178880: with MANOR3bom ovrlkln Lake Cue 2 bdr Insurance.136. Eustis. Fla. phone Bustle

and SleS now CLOSE IN Lovely comfortable workshop. 2 lots Income If roof; Magic Chef range IVANHOE SRREUnderrce by Only S minutes from Orlando ..* 1.1 room with flepl."t. -
for Chrt.s Cockers at also rooms Innersprlngs. he.t A real you.a.a. Owner leaving price reduced :, refrigerator: fireplace 1 000. Colo ping center 2-car garage No mop Ing rom. screened prch. with
Wr. Mo. ph. 462-W Sanford.COW home for yon 631 E.s Pne St. wih. to O C. Stewart $3.250. Dlsl 5504. Ve* home offers gracious a taxes Illness forc. sale Only 12. lake tile with
PONY boys CONCORD 1644 E.-First floor Realtor 12.50.. Pe Broker. 6 W. Church. a minimum price. 3 bedrooms 1 500 terms C. Golden Broker. complete .deluxe equipment. 2 car COMBINATION HOME AND INVEST'
new Pbme pt private AV. adjoining bath b.th. 100 ft lot. close to school and 1121 N. Orlando Ave Winter attached .a.n. Autm.t1 oil fur- ment Owner occupies one apt.
1t gift .Weten SI40. Call at twin beds Ph 2-4584 ) I with only *5.OOO cash 188. Park naee with duct to rm.asserted rents 5 tpts income (275 per month.
I required Ross K. Anderson Broker. bearing fruit In every All are completely furnished On
2207 EdgewaterCOCKER SHORES SECTIONA 375 N. Cringe: 6823. ORWIN MANOR-Winter Park. 1S76 tea lo.
BEVY fan. sense a be of and corner lot close to town Redecorated.
SPANIEL-.Black' ARC registered I I CLOSE IN Room tony e : COUNTRY CLUB N. Orange Ave 2 lal brom. priced sell at (21.500. Phone DanStiles. a beauty (13000 down balance (40
Hou** broke. $75 Telephone Twin beds private bath : .home of charm and distinctionin .P.cou living room .IU. bar t Guernsey and per month. Owner 600 Orange Eusti .
JUNIOR
COLLEGE *
Z furnished SECTION W. 419. Green
heat. Near 644 Magnolia of and
section aU
3-2394 3-4482 this lovely r.d7 beautiful
or II.
al beautiful homes Five Ila and right In Masonry steel dare you to look a thIs fine homel flepl.ce. ti. b.t.. Inc. Ralon. 21 E. Centr.LWIR Fla
rom. I mo@rn
CHRISTMAS PUPPIES does- (minIaturegaines Pedigreed i CLOSE comfortable bd-I you'II love the many "extra featuresand .1do.., tile bath Spacious and garage Sale arenedprche owner, PARK Spacious 40m 52. Groves for Sale
Shetland Sheep It
completely furnished
Li-Lrle. with 2
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the unusually fine arrangement I large and 1 anytime. home
and bdrom b.r.ln LY rm
Kennels regis room Pr. 8
) bedrooms full living ,
l.ne room room music Large
tered. Tikel.ne Park Well heated Phone 2-4645 I Will be completed in a few days and : kIthen Je. full dining kitchen ORANGE BLOSSOM minutes GROVE acre*. 305 seedling tree.
Rut flepl.ce. TA beautifully landscaped grounds. Double -
Price only (12 000 rom.
ready to move
6-room
DEER HOUNDS-Two. Hunted one DOWNTOWN-Large, t.11 bed?, InI I Ask h.. Lennon. see it at once for such of light. well and fullyequipped with from city Umlt. 3rom hous garage with servants' fruit. house Estimate 2.000 boxes
nersprinxs. gas I- Term : bath has tub and shower bath p.rl .. lu.rer Direct-by-mail express ba l-
Frank Drake. Mb Dora. will move at the See Henkel. Broker
auo. private entrance. : McKee St. :I NEWMAN-RARGIS Ine Term Ask for with tile floor Circulating oil he.t electric 5 .. land. 31O' frontageon .Mr... ph 267-M 36 Ed- ness Phone goes C .with the grove. 19975.
I tween S. Main and h T.e h.rd.o floors. screened side , T.n. 2420 8. W@.lmorland Rd. elberry. 3-222.
4OOS CATS BOARDED Special Ro.hnd 29 W.
W.s1ton -R".lwrl'l i .
Lake Phone blinds and
cart for hot. does Cocker Span L.erne. 2-212. : e .a.le.. barbecue awnings, PARK WINTER PARK-A really rambling
I ( pit. patio fruit block from
Her. I
INC. Realtors *
EOLA SECTION Downstairs LKEl
modern
lei at stud Bomb bungalow with 4
2 1 with turn beds Private bath rom 8881. 6638 r@@s nicely landscaped Close t a a real buy In this 3 Lake-frontage brm. HOME AND GROVE Twenty-five
pX-TEI PUPPIEFathr la kitchen _od bom BEVERLY SHORES-If it is a new I ."rea bu Shol .burche. fine section close the lake. This la b.tb I. acres land, Eight acres In bearing
I t
; 110 I upstairs rooms house 7 Qua., looklnc for and .! be hard to a furnished brick with 2 bed ct. tres An excellent op grot 660 feet lake front. About five
1730 Michigan Ate. Winter Park ntf-D ra want to see l0S materials andworkmanahin. I forget once yon've seen it. Quick possession roms living nn"e French tb. desIring a mile from Orlando Hew tbrM- ml.
only Miss fICPI.ce.
GOLDFISH Moore C.l show 01 MANOR-Built 1 '42. at (14.OOO with termsContact on to rom and glassed nice. lakefront count borne Terms. room borne See Ur Usrtln for des
Ca.re. P.r.keep 2-836. 3-bedroom. 2 tile baths .thal I I II frame 1 bath This Harold Vollick .Ith eo. front porch, also and glassed H. C. Babcock Robert R. tails. O P. Swaps Realtor. 60 East

H.m.tra. Bill .le.es. pt.Bel. HOTEL ORANOE-130 S. Court St. dining ro. circulating furnished with above the Kolar. Realtor. 2O6 8 'D.ne rear porch .sreen.d can be a sleeping Realtor, 1 W. Washington, Pine, Phone 6812.
Ii. Clle I Large clean cmfor.ble. out.l.roms. hot home Robert L. I I rom I I|, furlltur. and la complete Mall 81. garage. Sprinkling :
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POINTERS (2)- Brother and sister; m.ttru. Ra Pryde Realtor, 668 N Orange; 2-4596 ,I I!I, condition In and out. prch. Bt: nicely landscaped Immediate
mos old. Partly trained; white Day-week-month : 6 bearing fruit
rates
trees. WINTER PARK Magnificent
&n.bl. -
11
S.-N@.rl new 5 Close to store
BUMBY ST.
brown. Owner returning NorthCarolina 1 .j'I' ; : Not G I. (5,500 down: 0.1., psson. offered for half choice est.t
(ISO M H. HILLCREST AVE. 13T.t connedung rom home; tie bath and alnk. I balance Exclu KALEY SCHOOL SECTION bus ane ahol (12.500 : l.to. ROME AND OROYB-lO acres of full
Fda. p.l. I bath with attached terms (4 OOO main
: double 8p.clu.
fireplace garage Ip.lye.
arn- bearIng citrus. Good S home
.It room ;
Ph In.lalr. eo
Dun Oar..Plmouth. Fa. I. ed porch and private laundry room 1st (6.ooo cash I; D. Lr Po.el Broker phone Well built frame bungalow furnished bali Harold Vollick .llh Daniel h. bdrom 4 tied b.t. modern, en main highway, good grove

Jo' Shepherd, cocker JACKSON: ST 1201 E. Beautiful take It By owner. ph 3-0955 0 I.. 2 bComs. large living room dinIng Kolar. 208 8. Mall; '81. ele..ne.Extensive grounds truly section Estimated crop this year 3500
PPIr.n overlooking lake Telephone bath kitchen has a pa.dls boxes. For quick sal (17.500.00. Present
corner room an
rom. of
moen Great value
21 S Bumbf
..p.nel 8 C.nreL. 2-0906 HEIGHTS.'-Surrounded all .. CUIPment. Nice shady lot PRINCETON AVE.1101 W.-We offer Dial lonln@s. 5.0. crop Included See Paul Bardman
LAKE comfortable COLLEGE PARK homes and located in one In quiet 1@'lhbrbo. Immediate for tale one of the finest -651. Albr H.blh. with Marti Winiama. Realtor. 31 I
TROPICAL AND GOLD PISH Largest FON-Jlce.. .am.bua. Gentl*- I most exclusive residen p.lln Prt. 17.S. one-ha homes in Orlando Second but. WINTER PARK-We can fulfill your West WMhlnctcn Street. Phone tot.

election In Orlando area Aquariums I man preferred Phone 9918 Furnished 9 room bungalow ready ( i this modern furnished ..ah b@droma tiassed-m sleeping porch. requirement 1 Winter Park ane
thermostats and heaters guaranteed for immediate use. On bus route. @ brick home with 3 b.th. F floor, large vicinity W. .the town and HIGHWAY 17-92. N.-.-S acre excellent -
SI.50 and UP Harry Coster MIL ST 1000 S.-Pleasant front cash payment and (65 40 per and 2 bathg Oak floors BaRLOW O. FREDRICK. 18 N. room, room braUasS rept.rom. give you a reliable picture of the grove Bungalow. Ideal location

138 Rld.e.o Dr. Winter Park In warm home; inner- Sm.l Price (9400HARLOV7 St. I garage Nicely land Orange A.. Dial 8188. music room lounl. kitchen large i 1 present m.rtes Homes from (6000 for tourist Illness forces aal*.

WANTED registered toy Manchester spring. mattress. a preferred Call I mont of O.n.r has left town we p.ntn. H bth. Fm..i basement to 16.0. Andrews. Realtor Betty Trent Evans. Broker. 345 M.

terrier stud service Call Major 5-O938 G FREDRICK-118 N. Orange 2 key 17.0. tem.. W. B. 'Its Great to Live 1 Orlando'LAKEFRONT I.rn apartment Orlando Ave Winter Park 618.........._
Thomas at 2- ex*. 1401 Orlando ORANGE AVE 724 S.,-Large room Ave Dial 8188It Re'ltr. 1 above An outstanding property BUYM.n7 have lS opPrunl
7(1 f. M.i
Air Base 3 doors of 8. Lake Lucerne on located on 23 lot. (40.000. liberal I . .
bus line 2-354. Great to Live 1 Or.ndo.- I terms or will including home ways wood buy with Claybauvtu Real
19
STREET CORNER GROYE- err
41. Poultry and Supplies ORANGE AVE. 768 ( & Brand concrete -7-room furnished bungalow and .ar.le apartment for 529.500 on tor. Metcalf Bide Twirl 6613. same 3 mile from center of Orlani
N.Upstal.rm W. ; easy terms. Call H. F. Poland. R.altor. old> ring since *23.
.
for 2 working home. 41 miles from Courthouse
.omen Attached overlooking beautiful lake la mellow
ORANGE AVE. 473 8.-Nicely fur COLLEGE PARK Convenient to i connecting breezeway Abut Iso acres beautifully land C.rn.n. Bid.. 672 N. Orange; of fin home and estate 8e*

nished double: breakfast privilege school stores and bus Roomy 2- floors .tel c.. 1OO fruit trees '12.7S. Tbe1 2-5 EXCELLENT HOME VALUE P Rencher or BateneUer. Broker 38
BABY Cole in room; a lovely bedroom bungalow Good condition fun tiled A home raa Klncaid with PRINCETON SCHOOL SON war unfurnished 2-bedroom East Washington Phone 9620.
home 1 "en connnnt 1 Nice for. fireplace 1-car garage @ .m b proud to own Price Realtor. 1 W. Washington. 6174. Furnished 2 bedroom bun..lo.c.t bungalow in A-l condition Sun room.
Day and started at day oldprce. .omen. A value at 1750 only I terms Phone A. edral i p living room with @ tile breakfast ro. fieplace. oil
Checkerboard Fed Store. PIE ST. 310 E.-Twin beds lovely (4250 c.s.lo balance ( '* C.re.o 3-1622 Jamerson LAKE IVANHOE SECTION 3-bed 2 b.tb C tile), electric kltben circulating . blds INDIAN RIVER fruit tope market.
66 Washington. corner rom. Acrommo.te Robert Pryde. Realtor, 668 N. S. ahade lifetime asbestos roof
Ph 2-2401 2.PRINCEON. 1 Re.lors. 1 Main room bungalow completely furnished I.rl. frit. .le frS L Contact C B. Davis. Realtor for
(3500 on a good .
Orange; 259.CE with kitchen on a largelot cuh price 1850. ..t Indian River Groves. 41 W Washington
AVE. 16 W.-Large dou homes 3 Homey and compact 260 x 150 utltes. e I Mr. with King . This property could not be duplicated .
BABY CHICKS-Tuxedo Feed Store.U. rm., close t bu and grill .I- Price cut brms. I house that will do citrus tren. Paved a 5 : barn 30 E Church: "]5. Open Sundays" I at today building eoata. It

8. approved Pcliorum tested. P' Cu.ck >ale. Se.cl t.y. A. W. More for place you for 1 Winter you want an heater: attic fan: Ideal location and I ba been many month line have WE HAVE SOME GOOD grove
which will figure around (1,000 am
1 W. Church 2-2821 or 1336. BLVD.-Near Lake Ivan- Walter S. Orange 9"I'm month our best buy at 11.8 with liberal ROSEMERE SECTION-Well restricted been I a piton 1 much
.lh Bas .
SIAN 21 I wh1. you go II I for term. acre Reliable producer with a record
terms Exclusive P. Shum- IUle.
room all convenienceg'hone location 2 bedroom 10.
2n to 3Vi COLON1ALTOWN SECTION Furnished to use right masoa of performance David Andrew.
Wino
PRY puc. WANt C..ntt Please tele*- 2-766. coplete. 3-bedroom bungalow I way (69S. Call Harra-Moore.. way Realtor. 140 N Orange: 2-328. bungalow; oak floors, tile cord Brt', dial R.lt7 Co. 2 1 Con S ei'nr. Winter Park

2-19]. WNT PARK-Beautiful twin bed Lot 80x140 Ample fruit. trio 101 E Pine Phone 2-O836 LANCASTER PARK-No phone Information kitchen; automatic furnace, garage
HENS WANTED Any quantity. Or- private and showers (12SOO. half Realty, on this majestically located i .It laundry trays: well landscaped 53. Acreage for Sale
11 Rpr
Fish and 609 W. rom, . by day b.th.et Church an4 Main -6 BackspIn (off Par). 2-story home. Set on a point .Id. I Price (13.SOO.OO. approximately THREE BEDP.OOU house furnished
Indo PoUt t.an. at furnished of i one-half cash required: balance 4% Imm@dlt In Fruitland : ACRES Highway IS.
81. phone 1. Located 1 block Roln COLLEGE PARK Paved street. Near A elecric ezp.n water on elbe side Positively pslon ALMOST 3 oa
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4n. Collate overlooking Lake New 2-bedroom and half At.ch"d the most .Ie.in the I Mortgage at (46 OO per Iomi.See Fa. IDulr. Lake Cou extra good land fin local.in for

WE HAVE no bargain clcks D 500 Ch.s Ave Winter Park Vlrla. shopping Oak cntr. attached garage.Cant In abs 8.45. Half city 3 bdrom 2 tile balh. fireplace W. B Bridge with Rt. 1. Bx : 2 mile. nr store or filling nation the bargain of
frme. fon. Realtor 21 west Washington 441BY .
started "hik. at prca YALE AVE. 1432 W.-Clean, be beat construction : den. I Stees L.bur HI.h. the year for (265 00 Also 5 err*
lust really ft. chck. that selL fully furnished twin or single b.uU for (80OO .o 150 r'd lawn 2-car garage with servants I Phone 810.RSAD OWNERS-Two 3-bedroom. 2- paved road $285.OO. Term on either
In Deed of top quUt blood-tested nnersDrmg. connecting bath rom continuous E. Robinson: '7632 tn Re.ltr. 1 ker. quarters. Furnishings Included Thl story homee 1 furnished. 1 unfurnished tract (50 down and (15 month. C, F.
chicks drop in set our price hot water near bus Ph 1I Dr. MANOR type property seldom available AVE.-Clou In. Thin solId Bt.t and offered Gordon Room 8. 64 E Central.C3ENEYHIOHWAY45 .
Kittlnger Supply Co.Main office 6S I : ma, Francisco Realtor R.Central frame wit lifetIme roof for quick aal*. 822 82 Menen- acres. 330
rooms for young COLLEGE PARK .
N. Orange. Winter
P.rk PI YMCA-AUractv Arcade offers security; 2 deg Court
to
or Si and up. will buy this 3 bedroom roms b.ts ft frontage on new route lake
Br.n"h Church Fla.TUYSA. Ss ad E Lke. Call m.n. Slll double Spacious bungalow of masonry with asbestos siding LAKE FRN-Te home that ..I furnace be.t for. 5 (SO a nacre. terms. Lane with Herman
Ln..O. 8. rooms Upper 3roomapartment Broker, 677 W.
2 block 112x139 feet. This living at Its b.th Goodwin Inc.
and lifetime tile Only ors Ls 1ord.
.. Fresh dressed YA AVE. 1344 W.-Room. private from Princeton School via safe quiet living dining room kitch- best WeU buit located Re.ax I 3 double bedrooms.Offered OPEN FOR INSPECTION TODAYLawsona. Orange; 9855
Turkey and bath close to bus. bath and shower Garace and fish on front mostly furnished at (15,750
ovn Wlder-Dlmor. 2 blocks from stores and bus. i 7.rl ROUTE NO. IS-10 acres of good
rsnch Ph tlJ. Itrlaken Rd. Single or double Ph. 2-6483 .tet bedrooms, living room, dining tub. Priced at 15.5. White .. Realtors; 824 N. W; Pine with: t@rm Weir System 628 E 14 N. O.ler bln. tr.n ground with two building Near

SPECIAL SALE Monday. Tuesday room fully kithen.I.undn. (3300 2-1688. I 411. fer out of com store, electricity nail papera. etc
400.. o weeks old. N. H. Rs Soc ROM ADVISORY SERVICE 3-3226 garage eupp month Including Interest LK 2 porches. SUBURBAN-Completely farse 8 furnished 2-bedroom home Room for several eottaget Only (3201

e.ch while they last. T. icome. big lot. Ba-B.112.75. Bl.. .FRNTbdroms fors fl.pl.ce. Good location rom bunt alow. 2-car today Price only 511.550 terms. Mr. for quick sale McKelvey. Broker, 64E

Wo. Chick Co. a. miles 10 o LARGE ROOM-With or without trm. .. I for (13.650. ed street close t al church Oresoir w b on Premises S t Central Arcade, Room 5. Phon
highway 17-92 kitchen privileges. For couple Telephone C. W. REALTOR. 672 N. .. AGENCY R.lor Lyle with Herman Ouest. and bu*. Offered only at 5 pm. 85J1
M.lt.nd 6416 Or.e WAT.; 8SI. Or.ln Ave. TeL Broker; 677 N. Orange;GIn . 1.80. Call Mr. Mow-ey with King A. T. DAVIS BROKER. 33 B. Main.
3C B. Church 8435"Open .
45. for Rent
Aparments ROOM AND BAD'0 Woodruff LAKE KILLARNEY Winter Park: Etate..,.:'
St. Take bus to fine New PHI approved homes 2 and 3 SANITARIUM SECTION-
CLOSE I-Moem well farnhe Agnes: walk right Ph. 2-7113 CONWAY ROAD-10 rom 2 b.t. I bedrooms overlooking Lake KlUarney.Bathing SUBURBAN-Your Florida home. 2-
4-room b -Beautiful large modern sleeping large liv 20 Acres of 3 hard roads
.pat.nts On lot 85x108 prh .ld boat sailing bdrom prc. oa corner
double Sn b.ch. dot.
only. (750 ald p season 418 CNFRTAL. easy RoM-He.t. water. open front prch. for lal. a h.rd.o floorg plastered flying buses your door rom. rom kithen with t acres oM grove Good !;*-
Broadway Near bus. "h.i. rooms high Par7 lan. light 300 Itto the beach: ceramic tiled L.tlm. rof. Dlc1 tlon for rental of rooms to visitors
CLOSE INrm utilities furnished 2-838. Price, (9S0. terms BneU" Bon .screened front porch baths: asphalt tiled floors through f.pd. (fowen. shade shrub to the Sanitarium.
AND ROOM-In a pleasant s. bus and stores Priced very of land. poultry
; water Adult BOAR nett Main: 180. out. 525 Orlando Ave North out 17- : I
325 Hushey after 9 a.m.DUPLXFl@d. home on lakes wit good furnished. 11. (7.6oO with good terms 92 to Jean Av. at the Tower *9.70O houses garage apartment: I .OOO. MY ROME-3 bedrooms large living HALL BROS. AGENCY. Realtors. 1if.
onl. c. for a gentle who CLE IN-Duples. wlb W. A. Williams with only will Lane with kitchen. .
nellbbr .om.D (2800 rest easy. '510.890 with (2 SOO down. KillarPey 110 h.ndlt. and dining rm Orange Ave. Phone $159.
living rm In housework free Rpr .ere Kolar 206 6. N. Orange and bed
ca closet
c. rm.. bdom.. .i compensation Ph 4431 wit Realty. Main ( Re.lor. LAKE Shores DAVIS Inc Winter Park. cn-M 985S 0.1 Inc(7 I room las, hardwood hal floors; prewar

b.t. Call between 4:0 Refern and 6 p re m. GENTLEMEN. ONLY-Single room i COLONIAL builtbungalow I Frihed 5E3omhome. 19.125 cub SEMINOLE CLUB Next block. 10 construction out Located.of material 723 21, and 5 ACRE parcel of land.
today
new beautifully furnished GARE5Pea M acre citrus land. 3OO ft on bardroad money WOI'S buy Clarcona Road Section. (SO down.
HELEN 6T., 2401-New 2-room furnished Modern conveniences yet homelike. closetsKItchen. bed- 109 Tems.@ : I H.rol Bro over 12OO ft deep Only (1SOO. i Conway Rr to a restricted nane Easy monthly payment Scbwartx.

apt. Pyat ent.D. Utilities Co. to transportation Reasonable rooms with double -Today we have found 221'S.LK easy terms A. C. Golden. area IU.5. Bom term 655 Book Building Detroit 26, MlfilSB -
SIS wek. 127 W. Stetson. Orlando. Phone equipment and fue'ar. included h buy In a clean 1121 N. Orlando Ave- Br.ke'l rnle. come. first served Im ( .
price of (10.200 .but 1.0 .o liv FRONT One of Copeland 188 Witr possession. I. M
Raw THREE-ROOM duplex apar 2-284. will handle Raltors wit I.re bdom.. fine home. Modern 2-tory dat premise Rob $ ACRES-3 mile West of Orlando,
menu Modern. Furnished ATTRACTIVE corner room adjoining W. Phon. 60 hard"o. home with 4 bedrooms and den 2batb SUBURBAN-17-92. 2-bedroom frame I Ihou. ower. 250 It. on new highway; 3 arre inrrov
6t
1 W.a.'o. Oak
by the week month or season Reasonable bath furnace heat Near bus rf. fri. large tiled screened porch. 2- B.th eletcU7. Plenty of : *. large trees several bui.ifngo.:

Also nice large sleeping Gentleman preferred Phone 3-384 .. t.n.. Priced to WeU furnished Built In 115 h.hw. ideal for i This would make a fine Trailer Park.

room Orange Juice and riding horses 5 MINUTES TO center of Double LIMITS--Just outside city by Hutnn.. Re.ltr. 1939 Nicely lot tourist cabins .a.D' and Price (7500 Phone 7683. L. A. Pi.I.Broxer .
fre. for your guest Inquire at 1401 bed. kitchen t.n, oranges C Lovely 2 bedroom masonry ; ( ; .27. W. B.lnds.pd Jtoln R.ltr.128.0.trs. must b* sold No reasonable offer re' 210 8. Mala .

Wahnon. free: share bath. 2115 8. Fern Creek tzu. living room About 1 Mal 2-11. fused. See Art Ridge with Root L' 10 ACRES-Cleared grove land nRt.

WIT PARK-5 rom modern fur.. BEDROOM WITH Heat in lovely bunao. L. grounds-Plenty of miles- little Dew home. I Pd@. Realtor. 668 N. O.nl 259.SUBUANo UNUSUAL OFFERING- sale.2yearold ,. 436 1H mile from Altamonte
apartment for rent. Season.al fruit and flowers furnished Nea reasonable Force Gene Winter Park
home. Kitchen privileges, full run 3-car garage 5 (4 750. lb p.YenS' 6-room tile Hotel 1287 St.
rentaL Adult 01. reasonable; of houM of dims fruit apt. rented at (60 monthly. lts tbl really -'
Ph W. P. eat Can 13.Plentl t All this completely furnished for (16.- ; Main.monthly 7325 Ho.al Real- I LAKE DAVT3 room block .on paved road Lot 10 by 15 A overlooking home lke.

WINTER PARK-Beautilally furnished CLEAN and close to 5OO Robert S. Huey .tl Robert R 85 z 660 Wor more than price ofg5800. Priced fahe. rea be handled 10 ACRES COMBINATION LAND-

exclusive DehbrbO. lower cot to ws atop. to.n. Cnyeit 1,, Tyre. Realtor. 13 Walton A Close in. 3-bedroom Spacious lawn lovely t"e.. Six room A See it immediately (5.OOO 11.Hurry. Hurry Call

floor. 4 room dlI@x. .lt 6174 For furnace fireplace at home. very nicely furnished Sammie r.ncl Realtor .It. Wheeler ea..lth W. Llnton. Bro Graded road electricity. close to ass
la rfeeDe. seasonal rnt.1 SL'OL AND DU rooms fee I o furnished Garace throughout Also guest apartment and Rm 4. Central Anac. ker. 2308 Edgewater L. Phone 7739Llrt Cheney Highway (6SO
o w consider yearly 446 Mel- m@n Price 1 U weekly COLLEGE PARK dial .. apartment, furnished la.le. Price (20.OOO. Terms Ask for< SOUTH BIDE-New beautifully bulll wIth
typ
r. AY. Ph.2-R Peu. call 2-315. I I' modern bungalOw Rmb. b- sell Tae with H.mpt. )or.r. 3-bedrocm home. O.r.2 screened Lntn"TOBERM furnished horn HALL BROS. AGENCY Realtor 112K.

4 ROOMS-Furnished duplex all Improvementa. 47-1. Rental Agencies rooms breezeway and attached .r N .. 51. porches. Nice lellhbrbO. Pave Boerstler with Orange Ave. Phone SU9.
adults seasonal rental. aae. Excellent condition. Corner lot. 5-room frame N-HRI Inc Reator street. C945O ce' F tr. 16. M.. 916 8. Kohl
642 Citrus Aye.AARTT LANDLORDS w supply yow i Price 110.5. Bryant with Herman furnished- "l.alw. 2 Waatn 888-638. Sammie Rat.. Rm Phone Buch
210.
-Larc bedroom twin desirable tenants fr of chargeand Are In.. Broker: (7 N. Orange kten. Located o double C.ntrl Arcade: 3 2 baths cement block 10 NICE ACRES about ( miies from
bd; prnt b.t kitchen privi- obligation Ju.t us your : ab.(3SOO cash StESrom frame; nice BEDRK. kitchen Orlando. Just off Super Highway
l.. 12 JcKe.AAT vacancy. O.rne Rea Estate Atency CLB PARK-Furnished S room ( Call LAKE FRONT-About 3 acre.bauU fn' section. fure. Er Jeantnas maxine delichtful spot to live, Price

FOR RENT-Furnished 409 8. Orange Phone 3-4481 of cypress "ODtCUt Schiller Realtor 7186 I lid ground Ha old-f.hone Price (4 B. f.lhe. .an.bl laundry.loc Realtor.Ter 872 M. : 7234 (1200. Phone A T Carter, 3-1622.
house modern. Price One
Adult. only. WE HAVE RENTALS service Sleeping porch large UY d I 110. terms .lth Jamerson and Carter Realtor u
1100 ro month.b.tb W. Michigan chart Real 1 4O9 1 room. New klthel .ppUan.I lot. bus stores. 2 bedroom worth It. easy terms 611. Noble R.lt. 3 E. Church St. Ph 4767 BY OWNER'-Lovely 3-bedroom 8 Mia.4O .
per 11 O.r Et.t washing I ( Smith Real Estate 124 S. I block home. utility
M.I. ro
, Ave 8 Orange. 189. AeD fured 7.0. )oraa. SOUTHWEST 8ENr and O.. ACRES surrounded by citrus
a Johnn. R.ltr. 1. 0. 1. 0 wi LAKE FRONT-A 3 bedroom home: bath Owner t fireplace t b.l Je (roves. Full ef timber. (SOO. Telephone
prce
CTAGE-3 M.sO cnt"tlD 49. Business Rentals 881. laI11 K I Hon built by owe. many att.cye I is (4400 with U65 bl.n. kitchen widow For, far. 2- 503.
.ld bdom. empletJhne COLLEGE block horn on feature: oak floors cedar the month. See W. ir-condltlonmg nnt. cb t
P&-Ne. ct Pe Ra Z DOWN 10 acres paved road _
bargain at (11.SOO. (50 ne
week .Buta.: BUSINESS OFFICE 1 newly de..te nice cru. 3 bed SECTION-1816 Park nace room, large> screened on I tate 246 8. Orange is lot a 65 ft. wide. Move .we bu Rock Springs PanEl 675. P. O. '
o month H rash Church (675O will buy the most an acre of beautifully landscaped
able for Inspection m to S office available In Colo rm Ropr Rat SUBURBAN DREAM HON- At home Ph. 8395 P O Box 347SROOM 135O. Orlando
P m. day da.. FishIng .. .. Lane Broker : 2-34] and convenience to grounds with a sandy beach and price and pretQ3rIanfli
I S pr Lake ApepkaATTRACTIVELY 1204 E. Colonial: Br.dford COLONIAL GARDENS Attractive and schooL This 2-bed sprinkler system A real value LolaRoyal moer.t with too trs b.atl1 HOME-42.000. equity you 8000 ACRES-5000 fenced Oil lease.
O p m.l .tt.ctu. (40 month will Highway frontage. (S acre C B.
: DOWNTOWN 2 furnished bun home is n.. and Brbr. 506 HI.hl.ld: 2-72. feature describe assume montage
apace
ARRANGED 2-bed- brm e
moer 41
Realtor. W.
tin paid for owner Morgan Dana. Washington
room apartment to permanent_rest ft Available STR317. .al. B.aUfu ahrb tree: is-lot among good lellhbr LAKE IV AN HOE-One block, nor I Fully furnished Short distance from S3 carry West Church Pt.BLOCKHOUSE4room. T305 ;
plenty
>4O a J.kl Jenkins Furniture Kzchan* ooer un offer key Wt cr. side Lovely brand new, 3r.j city limits near beautiful lak
d@nt. one of mOltl vDunle i L2tne St. Don Ddln. R.ltr. 2-74. Realtor 8361 for concrete block home. Sle hardw, aOnd. beautifully landscaped large front BE-rWEIIe S and 1 acre en the

the State Present chl. rntal ORANGE COLLEGE PARK-7 4 floors full tiled . ted I 1..yU. city must sell quick Only porch In Pin Castle. 3 block sasS northwest osener .( e beautiful
.ill sell ou.nt bD AVE.-. Holland Arcade 2 rooms. 3 r b ST. 220 6. Rome drain with double sink ga-i 112.5 Bus o Sa on Conway Road Bus service; between lake about S miles front Orlando, In
t.nnr., people fumltar.FurnishIMS .. Corner ra light one l Nob._ school bU Fme.. Bros J. 9 rooms. 2 baths garage ri. built-in I.undn trays Breese 55 Phoe 313.H"h 2 Conway lakes. Good fishing Meal spot for year home. Price (45OO.
;
Include de.bl.new Hot Point rtlrigerator -. o Realtor sor N. Mill: 8 owner on premises way Situated among oaks cicely i cash buy Very reasonable price. Ask for T. A, terms Phon A. T Carter, 3-1622.
any one
oUK. Dtor ..u. 1-16. ISU-J w Barrel in Pine Castle Jamerson and Carter
Its a Price Esajiora12
radio
new phonograph console la. ground floor CITY Outside AVE. 1406 2 bed Incc.p l b7. .a. 5. Main.
rugs bedroom suite Simo: Don other high class wt L 2 small Ift large porch, living ( FURNISHED large rooms. 2 sleeping
Innerrl.matt .a.t7 .n long time for tnat house son on* 2-m a lovely &ep1 : Bu4er" Carter. 3-1622 onaAr ,i I corner plot.furee ttd Exclusive porch*. bath and pantry On ACBFHOn Orange Blossom TraJk
la d\ rom Toa p"
tQUS oter anUe. S12M I month Frank S. R.ltr..150 57 -beo.room h p"o hoe 0 near bus Ower tter der.S mat m and Carter Realtor*. 12 8 W.ln with C. 15.. lot 119x280, 32 Citrus tree convenient wooded good for busIness locatloZ

farll Wtou antiques. S10OOPh MetcaU Building, phone 2-110. and store. Y. for 2 Exclusive Ja with LAKE FRONT- 140 N Orange 2-3282 to store church and school For qokE Sate. $3250. 2420 8. Westmoreland -

OFFICES 2 connecting large and C P T.,lor. 2516 N. Orange 54.1S Realtor. Caa;q. 3-bedroom. tile eaWe n I I but at door. By owner. 2115 8. Fern Rd.IARGZ .

NICE FURNISHED 2 bedroon airy, on main floor at 37 E. Mark CITY LIMITS 3-bedroom cottage! I .: Ph. 2-551. attached garage m' I Creek CT 300 It. on Ooldea Rod"vro .
aprelt Good location Convent. St. Rent 13 and (25 per month.I cash balance (30 ST.-Near sre schools door Sacrifice Owner W.Ue SOUTHEAST SECTION-Two Bedroom OPEN FOR INSPECno1*-Furniahedbouse **. 530 ft. deep; extra quality '
bus line. Fr aaz Dixie IUO.. 115.. and p Charming tral Ave and sleeping porch ePJj Dishes spreads etc. By land, plenty nice chad

renta Call between I p.m. NEW STORE under 3-3433 pr MaC ft- of cypress cn.t" LAKE FRONT-Distinctive home with ly furnished. O. block oft owner 1512 S Osceola Bt bout ( sne. front Orlando cIty u2M

14 F Esther 6t x 54: heart of COltCtO' J bath on a l015 IL 3 bedroom Furvace beat. Permanent Street. You *o wrong en this HOME AND INOOMX-New S room. Its. This Is an fUUndin. buy at

APT Modem furnished 3 room aol I Long lease (123 a al L Masonry rms and 1(. b.t garage CI. Furnished 2 week place a(7950" See Mr. Wmdham 1 L. bath masonry home Furnished Term. Zl cash an5 $18
gas refrigerator stove ht. drag furniture mOIt, mer pr enc. (13500 . with tcu.nr by appointment with P. S.o. Raltr. 60 East i cottage en back of lot A very attractive C. F. Gordon Room 0. 54 B.
bat tlo. F\ Allen Real 49 NOrange Pine Phone Cetrri.
Price (12 SOOTermi
( In.t.t property .
n. and hot wardBsrnlshsd. 436 Farramor Allison. Realtor Joh R C. AU
3 L.bt center of town. "hadl. s Ph W.IT . a- Orle. 81 3358 AY. 0 Ma c J MOOD down. WIlbur etric*>
N. Orange_ ,1B4.Broker.,S3 W. Church 6675.






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[ Preceding Pace] 55. Country Property for Sale]|158. Real Estate Wanted I 60. Business OpportunitiesPACKAGE Mister Breger '%. Autos-Trnchs for Rent [ hoed Autos for Sale (rlanfcn! grntinrlI

I FREE APPRAISALS on your home. I STORE-AAA location and HERTZ _
COUNTRY HOME-20 acres food SYSTEM IM31EDIATE
DRI-C-E SALE-Clean
54. Lots for Sale all-purpose land and brand new I We will give you a e.t free clientele. Cleanest set-up ia Orlando Trucks paS.na. .a. for rent 1'5-. 4-door black Dodge with 1941 I WED DEC. 3. 1947 TAGS 19 I

2-bedroom home. Attractive concrete of charge on the .rke with best future. (5000 per montl by hour day or .ea. Low 375
paint reconditioned
r.t. new is.-
BEVERLY SHORES-Protect value of property. No Never before "
or N. Oracle phone
construction. Very modern- Tile ou bttu. of.nd 2-4064.
I" and B. T. 6.
Phone Trailers. Trucks for Sale
; ssainst depreciation by ounil bath. Completely furnished with Phone '81. Win. Mate. with J for sale. price Including Inventory r.d Rldc.
your new home Daniel (21.500. Exclusive. Phone write : JIM CUMBH uDRivErr47 4764
1 U mUltd electric kitchen and A city : Ra&r.
Phone 2-3129 fa l. home in the country cf unusual or wire Wm.: Mathews with J. Daniel model cars and trucks. By day, rORD-1939 2-door. New paInt, TRUCK V-8. 19-I- I
W. Rose Investment Co. N. Or- LISTINGS WANTED-We have the Kolar. Realtor. 2-4388 or 7811. week or month. c r ,' tires, drives nice. A G' class condition Es- ,
anie AT. Orwtn Manor cilice 3356M. I ".Iu. Im.dlat possession. '15.0. buyers t you ba v the property.CaU 206 8. Main. Ph I IRESTAUAN 904 N Orange dial 24521.OLIN'S ju Jemisan Used Cars. .o. Central. I end. flat body Ti .
tum. Bucbl-'Nut J.ltora 18 Carter. Box 131 siamaed
A.
J.m.rsD.nd .
3162
Av"
17-92 Sanford Ph 3lU.FRV.
O.DI. I RblDn 2-375. Carter 1 8. M.1WE on U-DRTVE I IC.-N." car
BEVERLY SHORES 3 lots at the new and fully equip for rent by d. .k or month.No TRUCK TRACTOR -
corner of Nottingham and N. 56.Busine&s Property for Sale HAVE BUYER wanting groves ped. Also living quarters and red t.p. 2 locations. N.Orange D-to. Sleeper cab. a _ _ _
R homes. ForI for cabins. Priced right. 24 ceBrat Una. O
business land
Will. T&ephone r:1 2-4814. and N. -. Model A'* from
.
2-12& APARTMENT BOUE unite nicely I tm.d1t sale list with F. A. Allison. give with Fred G.ret Broke. : Garland Ph 2-4347. 1. 183. Coupe. IN. | tendon sue 93520nlac

BEVERLY SHORES-Two choice lot income Realtor. W. Washington. or 4328.SUNDRY. Stomp e location. Mast type body A
montb .
in this exclusive residential .eton lurtbe .3 t In. conditionand i ACTION excla- STORE-New I"t.r.. long I Ii 73. Auto service If I can't tn IG right l.won t ten Diamond T. Boles *- .. -

'2.80. W. hare other cholc well located only blk from i 1 SUPER listings or-u-: Phoneus lease. Lakeland. Fla. Write Box you wrong From $185 &$395. .1. 103 S Orange Bioffj:

Park. Lake Davis section. I City H.n Price t( only sive today. Noble Smt. :Et.t. 218 B-Star for full particulars. j jSUNDRY I AUO. BRAKE JOBS and wheel R"HomefolkcSmith.. 3 N Main I 23MMKR In the nec _
Caven.surll.Bositors. Rex-UcGill.
and Edcewater Heights. service-
l-.F Wbel Frank Reed Trailer; I.
: 124 S. STORE-Incated in growing
Washincton Arcade. 4308. I i Realtors s h.rw n *. 128 N M.i 691. community; balanced while you wait. A Orange Blossom Trai:

Ave. Phon I HAVE YOU A FILLING N for I "ond.ru Prange a Sons. 1010 W Church. HUDPOi* 193
44. STAT Country
CEMETERY LOT-Woodlawn Memorial 1 OraDI I I We have a 8.ndw"h.s or .1. .opPrunlu'l Ran Club C. ZHIMXR TRAILERS; i''Si _ _
c..b
Park. Lot 36. Section 1 6 HOUSE. 203 E. Amelia.Home. .a t income. ALIGN E N T very gojd. good i
APARTMENT 1 worth what you n. .ub.t.nt.l 1 Free inspection. teal at .h rc. | Trailer Sales. 201 NI 1. sodS
grave interment. B.I.1 Ph aptsrooms.Income.3 bath Price.partly Frank' Crebs.t Broker. 507 MetcaUBuilcing Ph.quick 9400. Owe l.v for Nor I ITOLRISTS Prompt rpp.a. by ePr mcclianlcs .771 or 19R.. I ..n I Blossom Trail

COLLEGE Business I furnished. G ; phone 2-110. A .- "fl"e G- 1 ZIMMIR-XVlth tIre -
PAR $ 1 Service SOO N Orange *
11.800. .8 caa. ba.nc term RESAUN RtDGON-t939. good oandl- I Ition.
Yale and 38x129. 9721'1 ESTATE for 4. Frank Reed Trs: -- i N.
Edn..tr. HAVE
IF YOU .
Cain If sold "et APARTMENT BUU.D1NO-Ptv. mod- tale phone -REA. Frank Crebs Newly Hltb., 17-92 30 f. STOP-I BODY AND FENDER repairing and : overhauled 1 j Orange Blossom Tn-s:'

2003 Edgecater.DUBSDREAD ern. self-contained well forniuhedunits. Realtor. 507 M.tc.1 Building. Over rooms garage .r.starant painting Estimates Ilal giveo. 814 W.motor Church For St.quick between sale or 8 trade I ZntMER'-27 ft with '* I. _ _
dou- and
Full sized living roD. i I for trailers. Doing Sl.faco guaranteed V.rer. Traps Reed Trailer ill. 1, 5.
COUNTRf UO ; leges extra room 12 am. '
I ble and twin brom klcben.tt y..r r.a to sell I 24 Ave. Phone : Orange Blossom Tee::
tion. Lars lots low as nice I business. Owner forced 2-313.
Close
terms. Pay monthly. Have r:dinettes .lot .bo.u.., I|,I I WANTED-2-bedroom furnished.t.t.1 on account death In family. Price re REPAIRED-We an HUDSON-1647 Coauodor. 'S'. Me.coon. -|' ZTUVKR-With Frit: 5'. _ _
in: large corner : &Uon in College Park or BRAKE .uP.i 4-door
sedan ) ,
MOO ml
for when building materials bome Priced to yield substantial will pay duce to (2.5t"r. C.1 A. T needs. also gsa ** li Reed Trailer Salt -

.,.Uable Property In this 1".tment Conservative deal r.tur c.C'wt Larry Muit b under Broier.110.0 32602.WANTED3 . Brk.r. S 1.1 Phone and HI Dale 5.1. o Snlce.ties W 0.Dora.pn.t party $1900. Call lt i!] Blossom Trail _

class section i bund t increase 418 Broadway. Po.el 3-154. E .'h .t 4S.LC"I ] URGENT SALE-27 '
rapidly in "& \ and of o.nt. I bedroom home In eeI excellent condi I rr Pour fumiFhr-
4 this increase. W. b., ame b.utt APARTMENT HOUSE WeU buU. 6 for euest home. 74. Autos-1 raUers Wanted I within 3 *y* Insw

ful large lots right on the 101 eour. uot. nicely furnished. 4-.r la- .| C..5nlj.. :.Ilth: Realtor.aa. TIRE RECAPPINO - - - Br an Hall motor Service just Station. likenew fur Awsttng. new c .4

Water lights gas and bu .. lot 100x135. near Lake .. S S. Orsnge.LASALLE Butane ga tank. cha. _ _
Paved. Carrigan BIDd Owners.Carrigan For a down payment of '16.0 you Out-ot-Mate Property Service Station downtown Io.Uon AUTO WANIl Buy that cal 21 Ph 2- (72 --
Bids, 67 Orange can a nice our I .
I h.v Doing good business showing nice Stad.rd Motors. 4-door sedan.
2-5$ .. ..2-2534. i own Pius an Income of *42S t$'5 CHOICE 60-ACRB MOUNTAIN f.r profit. Owner has other Intult. ante Blossom TraU at Waton c. .,. Looks and B OPPORTUNITY. 3 Mbum. : ,
r Ik GMC 45 r- s'
Call Bill miles from
three
per mo. good road stock and 3-1793. .
Dula B 1. on (7.500 Includes actual
n.
HOMEACRES Scents Hilltop lots. .qupm.nL I.G L models Thoroughly _ _
.
Boland. j Brrvard, N. C Gentle sloping land d'iven.
j Re.lor. Ble. lease. I appreciate First $
S3OO ap. them. Kimber. 941 N. Orange; 2-5 1. with wooded nm surrounding cleared skes Se. 3OO Rich head room. go"school t
KiUaraey Dr. WiSher
Orlando An. (Underpass Road) AUTOS WANTED-We pay up to (5.OOO .- ous'S DlsconrhooU ':--
with 9
basin now cultivated springs HARLOW G. FREDRICK-Business Park'LSAL
I for right car '48 models need- Contact o- -,,
l:lUK FRONT I.O1oa ro. 123 ft. m.1 an economical lake site n.d. Broker. 118 N. Orange Ave. Dial eo. Jack Martin's Used Cars new lo Company Orlando. T a
frontage over 300 ft. S1SOO. a short dam. Electricity 8188. 1939 sedan. New
777
dMp. PROPERTY Sustains cation. N. Orange 8409. p'
Ask for L 569. Harold V. Condlct. BUSIES available. Especially suited to camp cl.n. Jim Cnmbie Car tt

Realtor. 37 E Central: P 6137. plant Living for quarters small manufacturing second story I purposes or for small colony at luw "23rd Consecutive Year i Orlando." "My husband's to seasick to come to work-aU J I nighthe AUTO WANTED-Win pay h.b.., N O.n.Av Phone 2- MINORMotor

Furnished per capita cot 11 price 1500. c.sb for your car. Ine car ia coed condi
LAKEPROMT LOTS-3 and 4 Hasel- with four bedrom. for aDarmen' Theodore W. Byron A.. he dreamt he was on an ocean I 12 Garland. 2-4347 or 242 N. Or- LSA1939.t tires and new
bunt subdivision. $24)00) cash. Leo on renting .O Miami Beach. Florida.Business r.co
month. Bnck construction. Mr. TOURIST COURT ft. frontageon .ne 2-8U. sg. Write Box 412 Tune$1e50

Schu. 808 JUDr T.n.ce Chicago.m. Windham for details. O. P. Swope. I hO. Opportunities State Highway.- uot nicely 62. Loans Up to $300 65. Help Wanted-:Male I AUO WANTED Any maa. any MOTORCYCLE 195 Harley David-

Realtor. 6 East Pine; Phone 5812. fuinlshed. 3-room house ownerand More cash con; OOO miles good shape saddle

LAKE FN LOTS-In Itrlkea AUTO: ACCESSORIES AND S 8 other houses have 11 tourist MONEY FOR EMERGENCIES II NATIONAL FINANCE and loan com-I Motors. 751 N. Mills. 2-2174.. bags buddy seat and extra light

Unuat Ct cnnnience. R I i !Station. A money maker. Well rooms. Reduced t 23.500 for quick t.k. just a short limy t ocetcas.hhere. pat;' hay local 0060106 for See at C.rl Ann Trailer Orange -
; sale account A. C. Golden. Florida 21 W Pine 1st AUTOS WANTED P.rk
.trlct.d. N'd..er In.tm.n' BLOCK BUILDING City corner. i (tablished year around trade. Wn.s. CrdI t liiits ojnc" man handling collections -Any make any Blossom Tr.1
504 E. Colonial Dr.. traflic. part 30x60. of heavily Broker Chamber of Commerce Bldg Stairway east or Grand Theatre ana In..q"utln>. Car a necessity. model any year. Name your price. $
KELA ISLE 86.Beautiful addition plenty 25x40. If M.i don't care to I I t ted eled on .G corner Everett Brok.r.t., on 17-92. 3V, mi.. north of Mailland Excellent future for right man Give We pay it. K. and W. Motors cor IRCCF.mu. lightweight.
"Jam.s per
Subl"tln business sell m.chlnand -i .tret WH underpa. Winter P.rk full first letter. Box 216 Garland and Am.I.. 2-OS29. bump 13 m. .1
high lot. atrt' t .utt covered operate present 11204 j East Colonial Dr. 2-2363 2-2992. I det.1 1 I era.i 5311,

with mature full tree*. cry reduce price considerablyfrom I AUTO ACCESSORIES CASH? 50ta D. Inc.. buy Jour down 10 months. varer. Brakes adjusted |T ca
WAN
Price. '4. S.mau. Francisco. Rea- 612,500. O. C. Ste..r. Realtor. i ply store. - ANDJ TOURIST COURT-Cabins Wolverine and TrailerPark.Rt trailer PORTER WANTED with barber shop .VAR'ER trck ..nt t pay top Inc 234 W. C.ntrl Front wheels balanced v_W

tor. . Central Arcade; 978803. j fixtures G location. Favorablelease park. Inquire mile North Titusville. By Even If you only want a few dollars. !I experience. Apply Leo a Barber prices immediately. D. Varner. Inc.. MOD A FORDS-Also coupes Finest repairs p- $ carat

PAl TERRACE-Beautiful building CENTRAL AVE.. W.-Ideal business 1 ., Wpll Broker. 1204 1. you eel the fines ..rvlc when cots Shop. 77 W. Church Studebaker Sales and B ecvice. a "o motors. Your H lowest r -*

lake view and lake fronts. Attractive site. 237 ft. fronting on Centa I i iX East Colonial Phon. 3-2363. o.nu. come to us for a loan Spllt.d'' PLUMBER WANTED-First only. W. Central Ave. Phone 2-3153. 195. J. Smith. 711 1

prices. Cal Tetder. Developer. ft. *100 front Including TOURIST CURT WANTED With ,Lan M.tho. S'lct f.al! Apply Foster caS. N Orange.UZRCURY194l.
200 deep. per BAR. GRILL AND STOCK- tea I to R. Win- FILLEY MOTORS. INC will buy. sell STVEIS!
few house or i _
31 N. ; 2-O442. with S. Broker; real estate store 30 x 40; also rom Actin A (ter Park at once Excellent
I
,11511. Lu D'"e. main highway. for expanslon. -I I 1 or eyourcar for the 2-r.
I -
on Rom I ll
fm.nc.d.
WINTERPARK.-1.000 buys high I modern 5-room bungalow, furnished.All Will invest $7.000. Rest in p.rch.s PLUMBER WANTED at once. First dollar. See at 200 W. condition throughout Radi and PONTIAC
80s iso ft. lot In select residential business in good repair. Doing U Heater Jim _
Jeraigaa
LDGEWATERDR.Several tolc and 3227 Kuhl mort-I Auto 10.n a specialty. Loan$10 to class man Top wages C. J. BaUiet. Phone 546.FRNK 600 W Ded Cars. e: v. c ; *j
lection. Call 9855. business locations ia this SOO weekly. (10000 real nt.t I 717' E. Washington: 5378 CentraL Ph. 3-1946.
$ _
business. Realty and and Sundry store; 30. REED really knows bow to
available. SO TEAT MOTORCYCLE
section Ropr 1941
Burley Davidson.
WINTER PARK (Lake Knowles- It IrO.11 frontage. Can be bought on t 10 j Main: Cio Property town included.SZ5.OOO SmaUCentral can. | FAMILY FINANCE SERVICE. INC.. j RADIO cored only.TECHNICIAN Perman.nt. up.r-1 or I.t equity. hiah dollar five lo your minutes cat 61 model. Fair condition.-

Temple Drive section). POSPclv tprm. P.n.tt.. sewerage and I Potter with Herman Go.i Inc.. I 32 W. CentraL Phone 9857. I dio Shop. 417 W. Central.ROUTEMAN why give Cas.i. Give us a Cheap. M & 1 Motor Sales. toll N. !
Since Orange
Boland.
and .1
home builders should see ."i.c utlt. C.r'l.n CarriganBIdg BUSIE. OPPRTE. Broker: 677 N. Orange: < -",th-owncar to run chance. 201 Orange Blossom Tr.;
-
Winter Park low as Inc.. a.n.n; 672 N. Orange: Cenua MERCURY 1942
2-106 t
lt. front U. 8. I established dry cleaning rout. 5.n cop. A-l
TOURIST 83.
Prescott
2-455L V.
:
COURT-Ll
condition. HOUR
down small monthly payments. I I St.ee.I For .
'Commission basis phone 2-O323. I .1

will satisfy.. Utilities. .".l.bl.. A look QUEST bath HOUSE guest- Tbl,six ith bedroom.two its fresh. for Highway.expansion. $20.OOO. Plenty will rom han b'3.: __. :Mortgage Loans I SOFT DINK ROUTE open-for capable HIGHEST used cars CASH Winter Paid for .G. clean. B W.tt. 10 N. Hu. P S.
In MERCURY 1941
o dle. Potter with Herman salesman. Good steady Fairbanks and New York: phone 9OOR. CfrW coupe.
Owners. 672 N. Orange wall BOWLING ALLEYS-If you can G.t :
Bldl. and attractive IP.re As clean
; 2-5U.Carlul some furniture excellent P.pU. band fnO (8000 cash (total price). call Inc.. Broker: 677 N. Orange:_ I LOANS on all types of property: tore position with I large concern. Apply Mechanically a perfect.car Joel's Used town Cars DRY CLEAiniTQSERVICE

bl.n.et. .pr..d linens bd.t details on the most amazing proposition YOUTHS- WOMEN'S DRESS -GIFT or "nor trD; low rate. Imeat:: 1T07W_ _Robinson I S. EV ASS. Worlds Lrla Auto at Joel StIR estaura nt. 2998 S. RubE

WINTER PARKS finest the best the . The I that has ever hit the market. I Shop. Best location. S6.50O. Chris- . G. Fredrk. 18 j SHORT ORDER CK-MuSCb experienced. Dealer" U only 'ntn.sted buyIng -
r..ld.nUa Real Estate. 126 New Hampshire N Orange Ave. Phone the ,finest. Will OLDSMOBILE-1941 4-door.
subdivision is Robert Dhu upper floor S450 per month during at astoqnd you what (8000 can man E 818. Ret.urnt pur"hu any Ma
..rn I
aid Park at Park and Palmer Ave season and t idepnd.nt you. ,ear m and year out. A phone 2-16. 703 N. Mills Street year make or mol pay an unbelievable G rubber. runs very n. 1/3

David Andrews. Winter apartment ia a year Icom. !, facts and figures can and will WILL TURN 10 Iota oer to satisfactory I, : the spot. Cal dO"n. 1 mot. Jt Jen.i
:
.ue. Rato. verified. Exclusively ,Hh W. A. Wil- and' I TUCKmunRandSttC.rk as 4321 or 4771 Ian Used Ce. .
hr. Exclusive al.oL 16 per month in ,I responsible builder MONEY AVAILABLE low Interest I Irates .". 6 C.ntaL -
Call Real- hams with Daniel Kolar. Realtor take second .. for same Car on veil in firstletter. 3-194.
O'H.r.-More. lo.t.d 'ton Box 211 8-Star
TURN 10 lots over to satisfac 23.50. I morl. rl.dent.1.nd
WI responsible builder and take tor.; 36. 109 E Pne. Z06 S. ;7811. rigan ft Inc. O.ner.C.rr business properties Orlndo MAN W WANT too CARS-Any price. ..nm.u Of.DSMOBLE-1937 2a..

second mortgage for Carrigan QUEST furnished well gao Bide.. 672 N. Orange; 2- and Winter Park. No brok.r.ae i to ANTm :middlea. or moel Phone for buyer N One owner car for sl .
HOMENIc.b 1 at office .
b .me. Carrigan guest home: BEAUTY SHOP Modern new equip BUSINE5120. Will Bettes Investment Co 25 W. Wu1ton C' drive 10 Pontiac 62 W RF' Tr.lr Park Mt PECK'SQUALITY
BI.n 1. COMPL rptprl Dora.
ment. Excellent location. Low Phone 6513. I Colonial Ph 2-2310.
.; 2-4551. 5 bedrooms: In condition: rnt. Hous Tr.luRotRote"
furnace .hos, G tile roof: I A real buy for $50".tb .1 machine cl..rll !i YOUNG MEN- Orlando area, suet 22 ON-THE-SPOT CASH PAID for PONTIAC-1934 sedan; fair condition -
EXCELLENT LAKE FRONT LOT lodd..n _
to 28 wanted as insurance Investiestors - _
;;
Close in. Only gl.OSO price $21.500. Ask for I H-181. Haroid W Walters Or.De average drainage stoppage. used ".r.. Jim Cumble .. $2SO for quick al Inquire
'arrigan' 4c Boland. Realtors.on t.r.Carrln V. Condcl Realtor 37 E C.ntra' 6509. clusive territory excellent prof Ix-I REAL ESTATE LOANS-Low cost! To \ position for natln.1 with eon.rn.starting Permanent salarv -- 904 North Orange Avenu Phone Dormatory. Alabama CLEANERS

Bids72 Orange; 3-4551. .' I BOB KERK MAK1.NE and Sports Phone 2-zsos. buy. build or finance home and opportunity for advancement 2-4521.- PLYMOUTH-1935 Id.n. Very 813 East WasUngion ____
for sale at 218 East 9 motor. and business property Trust Dept. First (II See at 4353 c.n
BUILDING LOTS-Select your Equpm.n' 23 BOATS-9 cabins. ut'avecara nd some typing ex- I SPOT CASH PAID for-your used car. Mut.1 Cheney ___
home of Winter Garden. Fla. land. Klllar- I National Bank at Orlando. 2nd floor In rear. ___
site now in the attractive HOUSE-2 blocks east Or- 1 "ulpm.n& 35 acres College training desired i See J. C McKellar. "Your Packard 11.1.

dread Country section. Dub GUT Av. bu.ln.s district is this I Telephone-245-Red_ _ n. FIh.nl Camp. Klliarney. Fla Air-conditioned Elevator service i Write Manager. P. O. Box 191$. Jack- Dealer.. 342 N. Orange AY. Phone YOU- 1940 COVPe with '46

.,11 sizes. Close Clul school bug and 2-etory with bedrooms and 1 BEAUTY PARLOR-Location right (9.OOO will buy a restaurant doing I sonville.I Flai I 5147 .ncne. $895. Avery Lesto

.tre Priced reasonably. Cash or large sleeping porch. Could very easily S5OOO. Rent $40. Terms. Detallsthrough good business: in business district. i WHITE MAN for picking oranxea in GET CASH IN 5 MINUTES Any r 0 Grand Iland Fruit Co.. Um.Ua QUALITY CARS
be converted into or 8 sleepingrooms. I Claybaugh. Realtor. Metcalf GROW WITH ORLANDO-BuHd or Pta _
month
erms. Jane Bros.. 235 N. Main; 7559. AA rating long lease. (50 a I Hove Orlando. Must make or model StarlingAlexanderMotors.
BY blocks from town on For quick al 114.0. W. BN.choln Bldg direct from owner. Reason for selling.family buy your o"n home on theReduction "Direct I I n.a and used to b 501 N Orange Ave. Phone PACKARD-1942 Looks
2-1619 h.aJy. r.l.bl. o.tdor '
OWNE3 1 S. ; downtown trouble. Box 192 S-Star. Fm.ne Plan Consult 7878 4r 47 CADILLAC Fteetwooa Hag every -
R.ltor. BEAUTY
I
AU or part of .n.nw. C31-AI "orl. new gas mileage.
SHOP 21 8Star.TWOCHEVRL rn Ik. G
ma Flrtt Federal' and As- thing and Iflt
block. Grand for business or I I well lo.l.d. 5 booths WE HAVE SEVERAL very desirable I Snn. Pine Lan TO GET THE MOST money for your Clh plc. $l5t* 1. Box 188. new
Ugh tourist HIGHWAY 17. 92 and Orange Blossom Rents $40. $ $70 monthly. Cash apartments all soclaton. S Cour i MECASIc- call Kissimmee.FLYMOUTH41 '
tp court. Owner guest homes and 9-2. '' car or see L P ..n. Central P 46 OLDSMOBILE "SS" Sedan.Rydramatfe. [
other bulu. Would sell cheap t Tr.1 We oiferafinesei- required S2OOO. $2 0. STOOO o. C showing good r.tur on investment"Speak Stret.12. Wekd." 1- ply Roland Miller Chevrolet Co. 1 Fla. Motors. 100 W. Jensn sedan Don't fitS Olds' test and e>
to make vocation lion of suitable for tourist trade Stewart Realtor. 30 Church. 9788- Spiegel. Whitney Spiegel 22424BADLY
person at .to Phone 23. Vero B..ch. Fl. to see this one Felix St.ndad meat new.
Inactive to city. Property property. David Andrews. Realtor. 8O33 Realty Co Realtors 706 MetcalfBide I Wb.
1 i NEED ot Motors.
1946
tia. Fla. CaU Orlando 8395 P. O. Winter Pak. _ _ 2-3269 OPENING for young man under 23 I V and 1947 Or-
or STORE Well
I BAR AND PACKAGE and older .
Harley : 3173.PLYMOUTH 46 fr'in.
64. Help %'a.trd-Frmalr to assist manager with nationallyknown .tomnblu er. Blost Tr.l PACKARD Custom Overdrive
Box
21.7.IIIN INCOME PROPERTY on i ..tabhsrd. Pro.n money mater BUINES OPPRTNmE Here publishing concern W.ds.orh. 115 North Orange A"e. -1936 sedan New paint. radio nUsi! ;. I :6 _- _______
miles from Orlando: 2 . and u.t. _
Bays since at Homeacres.1930. Whoa 488 duplexes with net income of $2.0 L.fine stork h.n.of liquor.furniture An ftur.for 510.000 groceries and drug :: r.h: fn."I location -i AVON COSMETICS in big dpman.n.hon.ly sin-.e' and with free to travel This Prman.nt I I Tplpphonl 89.GE _ _ _ I excellent "ondll. Jim C.h. new and priced hr'w m? et ___
ht. chance ror
eld Cars.
advertised TOP CASH for N .
tarnished I your car 46 PACKARD Super t--J i Owr
next lUmber 941 Orlando. plus owner's 3 room bun.- plus inventor Information at office business exceptional prouct. PRIC 9 ni. P
low on 2 .",tract touching on nice only James J. Hackett. Realtor 1317 lease. ..G to Spiegel." WhitneySpiegel and holiday season mean prf.t Av.r.. earnings C6O .d".nc.m.nt'l rledl.s of model Used PTY7fOUTH-t946 convertible Fully drive, radio sod bi.er,
BRAN-Lots up at close I for our We have open- Baker 8 to 8 30 p m. 219 W. Washington
10 a lake. Price Write owner Box SUch Blvd "Opposite ACLRR DepotBUSINESS Co.. Met- fprpsnt.un. E"rh.n.p. equipped. JIm Cumbie Cars 904
Homeacres 17-92. See t.m 208 S-8tar.118.0. Realty 2-3269. R..ltr. '0 inns in Orland surrounding SECOND COK- St Phone 2-2882. N Orange Ave Phone 2-4521. 42 CADILLAC "63" 6- '..in. Verr
calf Bldg.
Klmber 941 Orlando Ave. OPPRTUNmE.rkF towns lOinAte. low mileage. 1 owr.cur
.
person
Polk. Hatnea
ICME PROPERTY-Downtown lo-I Bryan. FOR .. Mt. s.bun. 31. Florida Hotl CI ; Lsed Autos for Sale PLYMOUTH 19 8l DL -
ON NEW CHENEY HIGHWAY and Guest or permanent renters.(17.5OO. Broker. 1864fe E. Central opposite US1EPRTmE. E.s Dr. f. .t club 41 OLDSMOBILE 65 S d I au

Lake Barton-Nice 60x160 ft. tot terms. Chenault & J.nDI Chamber of Comm.rt.Bldg.. phone with large Asher Peter Realtor. 12 S. Main.2O786 COUNTER GIRL and I.Dra olk' COLORED MEN for kitchen work ble C.,"ou.94 Pd. Or.na r .. Phone dan Radio nice c\.i car _ _
1-3 cash W.
816. 495O ; A. McKenney Inc.. N. O.n.e; 723. 2-0237. Doing business in Orl.ndoI worker Apply Orlando St..L"n- i MeatInsurance and paid vacationfurnished. 2-521. '47 CADILLAC "62 C P"' .

Brok.: Cheney Bib".F; 2-744. INCOME PROPERTY-South East overlOreari.BUSINESSWe dry. 49 W. Concord. Apply Manager orl AT AUCTION PLYMOUTH '42 This thing end slmr:
| WILL SELL STOCK and equipmentin : I AUOtOBIE i* a
BUILU uFRNTWTfL: Section. See this large two-etory. 4 I I filling station at Sanford. Cheap. CLERK TYPIST-Wanted b'D tonal -I Cafeteria. W Central : one Felix Winn. Standard d.n _38 PACKARD "120 SL..,.Iclean t a

MW unit apartment house. Each unit COD' have an exceptionally Good business.Other interests reason insurance company. Employeebenefits. lOUNG"ORLANDO MAN-For 1 Every Thursday. Everybody &l One tors. Washington and Orange Bios
t Lke Emr.ld. 4 large oaks: p..d.tet I listing of five rooms. Only five minute aund. well located business for selling Atlantic Service Sta- permanent position for rear : sock Must be able to meet I! hundred or more cars lasssale. torn Trail: -
.. and bu. Una. This is an to the of Priced non-business high brttex. i For the best price gen 317.lYOU193
wal bpar to.n. I which must be sold for tion. Phone 9104. around resident; 6492. .'n.1 "r.d..t. or Write your carat
buy reduced this week O'Harra-Moorc. ; Box 219 for Interview i Holly Robson's Exception-
at ( This is flight business Motor Auction CI.
a top
from 12350 to U8 0. Terms 1350 I Realtors. 20.0.. Pine. Phone 2-2380. naol.covering exclusive to world I BUSIEST beer and wine bar In t.n CUPL WANTED Active expert-\ 5-Sla 2120 S. Orange Blossom Trail 7349. \y Ha been w J. C. McKELLAR, INC
down and (25 month. C. F. rabt I Call evenings. 504 W. Church. permanent. Man to care for :i' bb. Sales Wanted cared for A good buy. Joel Daed
Gordon minimum Help Cn
Room 8. 64 E. Central LOCKHART Bun"aa.r Pr I known products. Wi require a will I grounds and help with house. Woman i I- .t Joel til Restaurant. S. .
telephone AND 2
suitable for bumps.. I of S85 OOO handle. No lIRE HOMEIC to cook and care for house. State II .
iUIW--Beautiful able. Inquire Lockhart. P. O. Mrs. information. See Col Holden give restaurant I FOOD SALESMAN with car Prefer iL'oUT 1941 sedan. 0 all
city : with Startle 21 West Washington away. We have a splendid ".ton.lty. ace and .aprl.nc. t I experience KHh local BUIC- 1936 4-door sedan. Runs Joel Used at
water. Cheap. Phon. owner 7407. Buone.__ WU.m. high class trade. A reasonable rent. rnt It. Must have rrer- i r.%:aucan'.<. hotels! Esc.nent Insltuton.opportumty .. good tires, hurry! (195. Jo-1 HI Restaurant. 2998 S. Kuhl
. NEWLY CONSTRUCTED BUILDING Sln.t. will tate ence. al.rF and home. Box R. S. phone 4321 or 4771 .
You rant For in'rrUew full details E.aJ.
t 55.! Country I'roperty for Sale in area with 2.400 b.t. ths. 5.0 Estate 119 &t.rCOKand I to .nt.. BUICK PONTIAC' club e. 14O Td
I commuda .. I LISTINGS NEEDED--See it this .ee" :: Waverly PI.c. Melburn. -1947 Super 5dan.ue 18" *> In .
. sq. ft. type: bu5n. i. BUSINES U. Fredrick. Broker Vee Van Hoten 6 W. Church..7T. general I house*orker. i| Fla _ ____ .bt. excellent and ically (995. Stivers-Poatiac.m.h.n-62 W.
for Price not -
CENTRAL FLORIDA COUNTRY Room expansion in.tPd .Bu.a. 5504. S. Orlando Ave. ..
12. 12 rSALE5\f4N' SALESMAN'I look- usage. Radio heater. Car like Cnlom.1PYMOU
lid N am
Harry 0 I Headquarters. _ prsnge._ ,
Is : W-nler Park. I
B.r. t.rm. Hp.th new' Black 2895. 5
tat Balaln te Ca ER INCOME from donut. Ing for a good estate salesman.Call l fa11 R
Colonial Dr.; DRIVE IN RESTAURANT-Located 19.0 Good solid se-
ttmtt COUDm nroperty have 823. alone Jan. 1 This d..ntow COUNE GIRLS a anted at Tr.mo I Gardner Estate. 409 S. Or- Evans, dial 477 .31. 1'4.
of the best in .ne : price. (US.SnvenPontlar.
you are apace and on one main .tr.t .. TOUR PACKARD 03.52.221 _ _
I of.r custard and and
akt frozen easy >
: Ph
has 24481.SALES
Orlando. For something shop also C.r.ter. Int."ti. ane. two-door sd.n W. Colonial.PONTIAC .
BUCK-193
at a Consistsof .orth- G
I I Good lease good buy. If 6 _ _
80 acres of high rolling land with ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL while-- cress one b.sm.s light luncb. Van Ho- lou.ork.. E.rl.nce and n.willing e..n.apply: MANAGER For well known ( R.asn.bl. 5. IMS streamline 342 N. Orange Ave. f.ona 8147 -
For quick sale Trailer Park. L. ne.
modern 8 room house with 4 bed can't be beat Grosses (120 per week Broker. 110.50..e 1009,. coureoul I r..1 eat.t. firm having salesman ln..t.r.n' with extras.
rooms. 3 b.t 2 fireplaces and automatic 135' frontage outside city limits.1 Equipment licenses long t.n. 550 license Must be sbe. energetic and BUICK 1934 sedan Best transportation Abut COUP Etlvers-

. u.tm and about 10 Owner places low price of (5.0OO to I I lease for (14.50O. Zussman with Clyde ABU SEVEN MILES North on FOUNTAIN GIRLEs.rl.D.for I thoroughly local real In town. Jim Cumbie Car .13 undr. m.rk.t.

acres of old I Is a real pickup move It immediately. Ask for Ray i I McKcnxie. 104 W. Central Aye 24775i Highway 441. Tavern with bar and steady Albn. Drug j I estate State age and experience in 904 1 Orange Ave Phone PONTIAC 8 1947 "8"
I concrete block building corner of Princeton Sedanette. ]P15;
at 81200OOO 1-3 i grill Modern El..t.SECREARYt.nOr..ber. first letter Box 122. S-Star
cash pay Lennon. DRIVE.I52). .rt. pin b& BUICK 1946 Super and Road- air conditioner radio and other Just Telling
with ultra modern living I I
ment. O'Harra-Moor Realtors. qu.rusN..rI re- NATIONALLY master sedans. Like Jim Cum-
C.1 mUSIC ba. lo. .I KNOWN w..r-E.r new extras Beautiful dove grey
2-2380. E. Pine. NEWMAN-HARGIS INC. Realtors. S1OOO .rmont .c. bordering on 1.k. witn lie fmlb
N.
to tourist cottages 30 orange .r.n.nt Company nppd. salesmen for C.ntral Cars. 904 Orange Ave. Phone Almost new See at R. S. The Folks _
21 W. Washington. 8881-6638. Good Ions leases. One old established retail organization 2-4521. .
COUNTRY PROPERTY Four $750. trees and property nicely landscapedGood do.nto.n Florda trrcit nyr. Previvogelpcr phone 4771 or 4321.
b-I Reply to Box 207 S-Slar.
room house and twenty a (11,500. And you food business established This :! ;cnsrunnei'yt cars but !o habits Fleetllne sedan. PONTIAC 1938 Convertible My
land on high rolling site. Spl.ndld'lor really be surprised at the locationsExciutive. is an outstanding business location i I giving full qu.lfcaUoD_ _ _ and pdura"n -
grove development and the house Wm. Mathews with J Daniel For further Information call A. T. SHAPHE- Young lady for Tinker 4571). "" I m. and Cars. 9O4 N. Orange Ave Ph. 2-4521 .W bay It at (893. 8. Evan*.

.adapted to cater to Apopka lake Kolar. 2-38 or 7811; 206 SM.ln. "Buster" Carter. 3-1622. Jamersoa general office non for .p &'mrnt CHEVROLET-1935 sedan. phone or 4771. R
JUST OFF ORANGE AYE.doe work for local wholesale distributorGood 2-or A 01
.Intpr"urlt. .
or 8. Main.
and
fab.rm.n cn".ISPDt.lurnthe S14 0. FILLING STATION-Close in. located C.r.r. Rulnr. 1 starting salary. Only those interested 6. Employment Agencies Used good Cars as you at will Joel find HI In Restaurant.town. PLYMOU 193 2-r. Baa r.- NEWLOCATION

.. verr in business lot 62'iilOO. Building I on paved corner of Orange Blossom in permanent petition need as pin to.ut
.. t.r. 2998 S. KnhL
down Can O'Harra Realtors. on lot easily converted t modern Trail: 2 lots; room for anotherbuilding apply. 126 W C.ntr.l.SECEARYSEORAPHE. BROWN'S Priced for quick sale at $7. R S

3-O83A. 109 E. Pine. )ore store or olfices. A temedou : (11.000. terms. F. A. Allison. THIS IS NO GAMBLE- I and Nur..PER. If SEVC CHEROL-1U-N." motor new Enl. phone 4381 or 471. _

value at only $8.5. T.rm 1 de i Realtor.: : W. Washington: Stock 5. work come to 515 W Central If you .G condton. Walk PL YOU-I92 Convertible club
.ek.
store
sundry sla7.
buys
.050 a Prm.neat.C.1
Better today. 7613. SI G want help call 6326. er's Auto Winter green A
.t.d u Excellent 9934 for cou. fth.
and fixtures amount to (1.335 .pPlntm.nt. Gard.nCADILLC6" with a brand
CONWAY I FISH AND POULTRY market doing location good lease availableAn SALESLADY for bakery, experienced :
eECON-omrer.bl. s NEWMAN HARGIS SpecUl at R- Evan dial
room lurlh.d. moprnennnl.nca 29 W. VC.-R.alt"r. good business. Other business r allin alert buyer will get this (1.05 t preferred 312 South Orange Blossom 69. Work Wanted-Female 197. Con.rlble. 4771 or 125 S __
I
.. derat. Wanton 68-881. me away. Will ...rUlc. Price tots! price See Sterling. Grdpn-J TrailSEWING Pl".tel o.ned. 41.PNACl3
acres extra good garden . Paved (2100 Call owner. 5282. Beck. Brk.r. 340 N. Orange. 316'6. II COLORED GIRL wants day work or lO36'j A.lntto. Club coupe. Mew mo-

street. only $5500. terms. n STATION Large garage. MACHINE OPER.'TOR5 washing at home 509 W. .U.nn CHEVROLET Club coupe. Very tr. lbUe".bl da tlt 333 N. MAIN
Pk.d.t Experienced Steady .
Bee Geeclin. Realtor INCOME and a beautiful home. choiceaectien. IC quarters com- Strwt clean Felix Winn. Standard Motors R. E".n. d. 7 C 431.
pay. Five days a week. Congenial
iG"
143 N. Main 2-1464. (35.000 Worth it. Exclusive Washington and Orange Bloa- STUDZBAKKTl 1941' .
blned. 441. Long Price. 3. '
surroundings Bus leaves Union Station .Pn"
."Pntm.nt only RetraIn th.ouhCI.rbauah Bldg. I SOO sale. C.I.Bill Douglass: 61. __Bank Loans Services at 7-15 a.m Stops at door. EXPERT TYPING at home: 4248. I snm Trail: 3173.E'ROLE Brand new tire. o.rc. UP >,i Block North of
Re.ltr. with H. F. holstery A-l. new .
Boad R.lor. C.r..nB'd" Sunnytown Sen inn 1937 patL "Pi
51. 672 : 2-551. FRT NATIONAL service BANK as a com cor- wTSTRESS-ExperiencedT'Please Pant. Calbrn.apply -j GRADUATE NURSE desires position 2-or..Prfl'Ca..o tr.1 Prophltra" Used 5 C.D Post Office

57. Real Estate Eifhanged TROZE-c&Al will sacrifice ,time. Day or Night hD.lhl I in person to Oyster 316 I[I as companion Free to travel. Best PopIU... Used Carl 50O W. Cen
Hou.
COUNTRY PROPERT Three miles I I ..st.bUm.ntI INSTALLMENT LOANS North Orange Avenue.WA1TRESSNisht :I i of references Box 101 Examiner tral SDEAK club COOP 1U9 Fords-ChevrclotsPlymouths -
from City room frame due to other Interests. PERSONAL i Daytona Beach. extra special
pRecondItIon
I HAVE EQUITY on a 6-room 80 E Wa- 1941 Special DeLuxe
exI I :
National Bank. I
hou.I cost less at First must CEliROLE
house. 2 .
bedrooms bath. Deep well b 895.
Will trade. What you? Ington. shit I OFFICE WORK-Tnln. Has radio. The nicest BU"e.Pnt." 6
and I h.v Compare. When the loan is for I perienced. also GEEAL 5d.n.
electric house I n..t .ndraU.e. W. Colonial.
pump completely Box 1097 st Cloud FROZEN CUSTARD STAND $20Oi i . one to sell at (1195
One car garage and $ 100 you get $ 93-Payments S 8 34 : :South Pole Dme-In. 1029 N. Orange. part or full time. t to.\ Model A's
I.rle. week income ( for hotdog PUase R S. dial 4321.
room phone 3-3691. or
4771
d. P..d road Ten acres brk k home in I i grill.ro. Lease (45 month. $ ISO. you get 139P.m.nt. 12.5 W AIRMust--PU1Dcd. I Enl. 3t>. trailers, rucks loT dale from $185 to ::5
bearing fruit trees chickens i8ROM for Orlando 15 $ 2OO you g t i i MAID AND COOK wants day work, CHEVROLET-Sedan Really clean.

tractor. All for 19.5. Only *laun-I property Owner. SOS E Washington i I,; Pupmpnt.. F stork Slayton..tc. Realtor.Selling 32 I a 300. you get 279 -Payments 25 OO I Cotter Shop. 485 N. Orange. 905 Federal St. Roc kUn' good motor Looks .D CHEVROLET-1941 Pick-HP. *i ton Coupe. Sedans. Pt-"p8:
1275. E $ 400 get 33.34S | i Also (
cash you
.
required. Martin 37-P.fm.nt. dnrr nlc. couP fo Make offer. Can be seen at 18 W.Stjrdevant.
8 Phone 6651. to 5
O. p. S.oP. R..ltor. 60 East 2.:1. ejfpent7. i I P.n.: 500. you get 465P.yment. 41 67 ;SHORTHAND D-TINGl OFFICE JOB--Ability of shorthandand "Homefolks" new loca- Hog KUllng Good Mctsrs.J. .
p m. Monday Permanent. i 333 N. Main.
Phone FROZEN CUSTARD Lunch place 71 S1OOO. YOU get IJp.m.n\ ty.t. E".I.n".d.c1.nca
512 Write P. O. 2226. I worker. \n. 154 ton. stake
4 I
I
WATCH COCOA BEACH-Opening available now on busy -street. Above monthly B 2-42. CHEVROLET 141 club couoe. CEROL-193 in Call
season with OU.rl 3-bedroom orange Blossom Trail South. S Payments for 15 mont are a.lr. YOUNG LADY-Experienced in pre Original automobile, nice .h.l r..r.
i owner 2-2963
CLOSE FARM80 acres with modern house. 1 block fom bah S8.OOO from 10 to S _ _ _ _ FIgures include . 0 paring payrolls and fIguring percentage PRACTICAL, NTRSE; Ph 2-2508. and clean. Priced t sell luck. Jim lo tlonatl.CHJVROL J. R. (Home Folks)

I f.nlh. st. ,bal.n.less FILLING STATION-One of the best loan In ruse of death. The FirstNational I using Remington-Rand calculator I Jernican Used 1949 IH-toO. BUn
CnnlenC. 3 bedroom tr.meId.nc. PuleiPher. Cocoa Bank at 4th and typingdaily Address ; C.r. 6 C.nUa SuMahia for trait.
Reator. I locations in Orlando and a veryconsistent Orl.nd. for nPr. iThNTHABO AND TYPING done at Avenue. Phone
.cD.n' cndron Elee* Elevator Hours 9 19 4. Sat. 9 Auditor. P. O. Or- produce or cattle Private owned
Excellent !lease
trie pump and telephone: harness 8.ch ur.r. I lanao Ba 13. hsigv Telephone 2-1042. CHEVROLET-1947 convertible. 1103 Call St Cloud 76C1. SMITH
and
room; tool bus with extra shower Keal station inventory bu.1 for equipment.approximately 62. Loans Up to $300 1 for work StENOGRAPHER Legal experience; actual miles. Radio A b.utlu DODGE 46 pickup. .
Good barn h.,. T.rtor.1 51. tstataotf : -_ WH WOMAN laundry references: temporary preferred blue. Right price. Jim J.rDun .& G as
0 MOO cash will handle and balanceon conveniences new. Felix .
Used 6OO W. W Mo
A Box B-8tar.
fr"UlPI.nt rt. Diamond LoansEconomy c..nln. 22. C.r. Cnta Il
Furniture
t.r. will bear strictest Investigation. AUTO. re.phone: 3-1946. tors Orange Btoe-
ac, grove part See Mr. Folsom-Harold Finance Company. J. F. i 1 ; W AT-5 days o Dlbt Job Ruth acm Trail;
an Included. Fenced and cross fenced APPRAISALSList Shepherd Realty Co.. E. Washington Burger. Manager. 1006 Bldg. WHITE GIRLS for counter work. Morris. 8 Par.mor 6t. CYLR193 coupe radio etc. 3I7.DU
highway and school bus 2 M.ka uniform and paid 13
O p.1 I Mfils i Cross street from
tnranc
St. Phone 5124 Ph. 2-0339.
I
GIRL 22. strong win care for invalid "ondlton TRUCKS Telephone 7649.
4H mile Quick Manager -
ont possessionPrice with free appraisal by vacation f.mlh.d. Southern Highway 441. 450.
is I..than a city house; terms fled appraiser.. Old .rt GAS STATIONS grocery stores dry CASH LOANS For most any personal Ii IiI Morrison c.r.t.rl.. W. Central. I and children. Write P. O. B Ba C _
est.ble. business at Ac- 1246- Sanford. Fla. CHEVROLET-1937 4-door
with M J. Moos. courteous efficient real d..nIDI. block or purpose an FORD
to. Ho..r Jonc .nle.EWMA DI.nt. !a.urnt. 1937 pick-as tout
Main: 69TT. frown custards In"om. prCr eeptaae Corporation : I 65. Help %Santcd-MaIe Perfect cd'ln.'R.do and h.c ( M & Motor oYra
COUNTRY!1&r. 13 Ihon. HARGIS. tis. (29OO and up. Bonnett a home office at t8JN. .0. Work Wanted-:Male er A bala'n c.r N e .3. I Sa le
PROPET-"Sln(1916 !29 W. In.-R.alr., 145 N Main 5809 Avenue. Phone 7136. service 1 j now Steady Joej! m Rut.lr.nt. 2998 S. Ku A"e.
Ask Ptn. He probably Waston 81163ACR.IGE I offices in Cocoa. Haven' BIC MAON-W.nte. I FORD-1941 Stake. sell Mikeoffer.
GROCERY with attached 6-room at Wlat.r RX Winter BLOCK u- CHRYSLER Windsor sedan: 1941-7 X
( aa. Cal
S. Main LYIGT.n\ Will trade .
kno. _ _ anion excellent
I me.lanlcaHy. -
passenger T.t
DAIRY AND With 3 I.td"F I; ft on paved Cod P.r .rpn'e. 28 8t.r. ... For cdto Cab I phone for Information.
sale 3-22
.uoS made furniture
TUCKFAR I for white and CASH LOANS-Quickly on I CARPENTES--Fr-st onlY need MAN and wife want private Ct
BUNGALOWS rknri
large or
bedroom 63 acres ca. j-SDY Co 243 S. Orarte Ave. ft. 3
f.mlhl h.m. in Write. colored possession auto and Orlan i applT.I.phone for furher with light work for both Nomudren I i GIlN. 2 rooan B
of land. had r.d Only 4t* _..DaU. Lkdrt dman. Price S rmairln 4VM> cub E- do's own Home Fln.ne Co. 314Metcalf 1< mform."on or Eta. No. 5. Box 4174 CHRYSLER-Late model. 4-r. 0 0. Make aa .
miles from dt . Completely E. Central"a Hau-); Ratr.. S Brnpt. Brkr. 37 S. Main. Phone Bldf- Dial 203C4.QUICK Orlando P cylinder low mileage sale byprivate Can be seen at City Service .._
equipped barn and milkhouae 3O 6. tAr".c -COLORED HOUSEMAN and yard S. Bloacom near Little '
Phone between
head herd. Tractors trucks etc All ACRES homes. Businesses and grovea. 2-33 CASH LOANS Furniture man. Permanent job far good reliable i HAMMOND: ORASI. Novachordlst owner 2-15. OaD. Park.HOUSE Trt I

for S15 000. Don Dudley.Realtor. Buyers Courtney Realty : GROCERY AND MEAT MARKE note and auto 10.... 2-hour 5"1 1 k M. Barrel :2710 j i iN desires or vicinity 9 ant and 5pm. Vmae Tr.1u '47 WILLYS Jeep til.
.IUD. i iOUTY :
.rm. N. downtown location Good l ice. Family Loan Co.. 501 I J Orange r'e.S 1 Union. Excellent appearance CHRYSLER 1940 Windsor "6". :- condition ,
2474.PARM 3 : 2247.BnRS !1.1 fixtures to rooters would be Bask K. w. Caing. manager. Ken Pnon.lty. Black. 4-door: condition I I will sleep 3:UrFrom $400. phone ]; tual miles like CCTJ

AND HOME--1O acres newS ARE WAITING for homes. at least ft.OOQ Wi..enr.business Phone 14l. Experience neces- Armor W.t.rbuf 42 Enil.G throughout (995 .IG. phone 7901. 3-221. owr.tr. _ _ _ _ _ 36 CHEVROLET Sedan
room dwetlh newatera nd electricity country and business property i lease and Better sn. week Good pay and HOUSE TRAlL-.O4ider.
clone in. '2.5. terms Lane For Immelat. at.ntln. can 1 art fast on this,one 14.5. Hnten. 10rk.D"ondl1on. Apply Sty WUlD. lS. CARPENTER WORK- DODGE 113.. Good solid ..W condition: price 25V reduced excellent Original Paint. ca: Ccr
block. Phone 4410. work car. Stivers-Pomtiac.
"k.
with H.r.n Inc Broker; 2_ Kaar R..lt Broker. 6 W. Church. Rm. T.mor C.tet.l.OUPLrl 1. 6 from SI-830 to 13,350. Alan custom '
I NO NEED SHOP -
677 . Orange. 9855. 672 N Orange Ave 5SC4": ; 1 T :lr.. cana- PLASTERING-Jobs wanted contract W Colol.1DDE Zimmer. new 2T. apt. size butaae. 36 FORD Twjor. Cc d T -CT.

fEPARK LIX S wanted= I IOR'Eacr 349 teedlrnir trees. around if von want extra cash extra of executive b.S1 only Work .u.r.Dtl Ph. 1947 Custom dab coupe fail size bed. price reduced from Excellent MecHar. J Con
of I'm treasurer tax expert higher 499 RX Winter Park Yul equipped. I.. than 2.OOO (2.750 to '12-250 Wrngert 333O 8. ]
tt, 8rm bo E.tm.t. boxes I fast for seasonal dition.
HAPPY DAYS ARE FOR SALE popular section. A. O. 2.0 burfj j Sold On m DH I.us accounting, bu.nes administration.snalysis. SHIPPING CLERK Experienced; ;anel Jim Cumbie Cars. 904N Orange Blossom Trail.

Broker. 12O9 Edgewaier. P23, ,.Dtm.n grove..Zr S9.975. I Man" : out ; 5 hO";:I! : budgets, butu invest-. c.rDnlrr helper a. Weatherejl1225 Phone 2-4521. HOUSE TRAILER rooms 28' tandem : "39 FORD DeLuxe Ti>

You win like tht 2-bedroom FARVTWASTED buyers Phone_CassePaerrr. 2-2221. II | get < :cf to (300 or menu..efficiency .tms. ; top Lake DODGE 1942 ,
mo.r Nor r me a .2 unlimited opportunity only Pan Av. 2-:03 CP. Ra UcI electric brakes awning bottled ]] Priced Right.
milesfrom ;
residence 2li
I.ie and investors daily for GAS down" on salary car al.n. .p.r n' bout,. n- lent motor Ja gas Used S month Big discount I

..1 loud Orlando 1.t. 4 sandy acres bull homes and f.r Strout I : brm.STAnON-44-1. !vlc quarters I in or phone Charlie ilm. : J live full who details can of qualify background a outlined SX."GE-fcr!; also experIenced I N. Orange Ave. Phone 2-4521. : Also on 18' 2 years old. '48 CHEVROLET Spa De-

beach lnd. 200 f. lawnqgallty' ',_V.Cotonial.0ROVSSHOMBL1S1NESSIS_ ._ a.t."h : _G.r.t. R.aor. 112 Man 011 1 salary .ap"te. age Qua"Ic.uon .. a lii cramer f la.n. and yards Can DODGE-1 38 4-door sedan R.d I North of Fairbanks. 6011 Apopka Bd Lilac Club Coupe C. slpstnt.
Inc.P PERSONAL CO. 24 S. furnish references and Surety Bond- and heater motor HOUSE
FASC confidenlal. G TEAILER-2V. teed moodstjH0o5ler -
at neighbors the pure .I.s .h. pick terms of the Owner pace your property with aggressive-l, GROCERY- With living quarters I II son Are.: St.t.a D.S'0 :eI I 1 llt.Bo x R\. .trlt. A. H. Gregory p. O. Box 981. SaaI tlrcr Joels U at o.n I Trailer Pick. .e. Visa. one owner r- .
eral Bakery. !I ford. 91... 2998 S. Kuhl.DESOTO .
15.0. tors Chenault A Jennings. Inc 672( Very R-.rnt. '
might trade n..d.n. | good income 10.5 Includlug .COUPLE WANTED Active expert- SPARTAN See the latest. Prank 40PACKARDwcyCoupe.
N. Ave. Phone 7334_ building stock Terms sose.eecmxnentMxnsocov-efse -1 6 Delux Club c_. Reed. 201 Iforta Orange 88e0m :
income Ole Clean Cr
l. Very
and ice
.ho"lt I < ftcr>
A1 A5R REALTOR: c.n.u a Jmnlls Inc- Realtor I croands and help! with Woman .Airplane_ ale Low mGeaje. BargaIn! at U1i. Trail.
1 hs.
S.t M.i PER Srt dial 2- '8.IhU HOUSES WANTED-we have pros i 6 Or.: '4. 1 to cook and care for StateIsllo0allty. TWIN ENGINE ratine on Grumman R S. E".n. dial 4771 or 4321. TRAILEB8 New aId aaed. New"American" '49 LINCOLN Pordor C--dtirec

for 2. 3 and 4-bedroom homesin age experience in 1 Widgeon: and FOR A (pfck-ap). 4 model Few excellent merL ,.
J : Moe r.dr ,
I
Call W. B. SITE CLFB SEE AETNA FOR XMAS CABS1101758100 first letter. Must good reference. ld. ttrm.nLVetrn'
.od I.tin. NI -One ef Orlando's choice : r. mo"r Pre tbO -Southern Ben." Complete HawSAccessories.
olson. ; 8. dlniM and Good salary and .. 120 oindo An.Un Coadttioa.
dancing establishments .
Reltor. 1 ) more. Get money : B &C.nt Club. Ph. 8. I.a fo hut. o.nr. Nor "ColeBaa" and "Prcwtf"
well
o Star. .
PIAT ttKI-75 lct a1 4 ms from CUT I II promptly on or car i AXRPI.ASE-For sate or trade for Or'MI A stove parts doilies aralna bottle [ "39 BANTAM Coupe P: 1
'
acre clean HOMES. GRVE.! BnE-L..e under the No worthy 7U.11.t.n ;, (; and mason combina estate.-Howard 5 place with FORD 1935 2-door sedan exceptionally gas. equipment, etc. Aakaey Trailer i 1 nice
and deep sand-bottomed lake Loca- I Conl.e stars intimate Cocktail Lounge and i private rful. terms To build a ar of Priti and Whitney engine I good $300 43 CheneyHighway Sain. 540 N OracLe HoMom Trail right car

lion 2 miles from Orlando o hard- ;> W. WasntO St.; Phone 7305. lovely dining room a3 Price new and iccludma mod- I. fit your .n.. t small homes on a -5 Ph 4sep condlto Ready to go ..t.u. i r..r. Phone 22305TRAILERwe : u FREE LUBRICAT;

.ur.c;.St.t hh..F. roomy. 1 Irm onck rult.uros e blnt. pnny.. license and inventory ; Borrow more on your cr. Lt.t aol; ", Can be seen FORD--46 & C.n Priced to are moving Dec I*. I every used car

era and imitating b.. 0 WASTED-Clients ..ltl. only S2T.SOO 00 This is a real valu,. I these current car values 3 ce I 1 CE- Good reliable man. above at Bobannon .n .n. Orlando A sri! Felix Motors. Mast dispose of 1X7 Conway coach I
'
moI I 32 E. $400- 39 Cars S60O 40 Good Apply at 25 ft. aU alaaoinum. sleep 4.
few Rat. F. < details from Zelma Car avr. pay once B and Blos- carpeted
Portuaity I
'ahlO OaD.
are privileged to' I St.. phone 6551. P HeD wt Cars-$1.000--42 House. 52S Orlando large ttvtag only 6
at any price. I! Williams. I 4 S VETERANS FLIGHT TRAINING forprivate 'son Tr.l. 31'3. room
cultural Mar p
business Near and LISTINGS WANTED-HOSIPS. CiOTO5.rentals. ; R.lr. Cars S1-500. 51 Avp. Winter P.r j month old. Best Offer thIs weak

bass flahinsescelleot quail best 01 hun IG Let U help you tell your :I St 610 If 71 owe on your car now. 701 j multi-engine e.rL Urcor.me FORD MODE A fine- Extra An clal M takes tot 38 Carol Aaa Trailer 2cndq
I I 2vd ET CK-Ernc. !1It. run. OtJob ep RU n. Park.TRAM..onuJu.t.
Seven .D ta.k.,,: 25 t 4O as5,. property. Hall Br Agency. 113 N.Orsnge. I j XZW AND 'SE FURNITURE without.t a Mo.. t. B: ch.I t.1. R.n Fld Ap.. $ SUvr-Ptlc. 62 cl
t* fine bu rlacm. '
dta! 519. \n ltd t arrlv 35 Pt. Pa
tuning. b.che .-. _ | ""s fo sle. Only on in .' $300 ) |1 'SIa. P. FORD 1M2 wd. u-for lionel Tandem Streaiollte. 27 Ittasdem
"a.n.bl. P,3-I '!.fO .n \atlng and np- Fast .JANITOR-Colored must good for salt cheap C'y, .. 8oer
then
prr( phon. b
000 0 .s. FOR ffUT ATTENTION and --T.r-. r Ca cTpar.d N"Ar 5'r -- &e.n: 'fr. Gyro ic"dob wh gcod pay Write tGiAN i. .Autos-Trucks for Kent I ci A' B'h".155cc electric refrieers ,
Hod.n. Mal. WI.: Rea-! wrn .' - I'P :' ? .ir. cr4 ;xt_ 3
1" : properly ; f a a" ;anat- e't appnnt F"ne 5132 x_ f --r D VARTER FlicrIi '. -9 rjnaF-cer .

Phone $106... Waat Street M.r. W'la.; Ruho. 2 WW&tn riat.T-i. f- -sr ,ao'-wnt snre caj dwc' .na Aetna Finance Co 311 S Or.Ae 1I.1 \A. ; ix sUe 'i T_'IIK' Irw C.DII--Drhe. 17 fr day.D. :'9 l .'e uoh'--te'-y., pew pt!! .- -* Oprte"'eiYg 100 W. JeUsxsoa Dial 22424Cont.

Phoe 1106 p cr Jam ac 715cr
1 H Price, t Leeibuis, I I. -n e.r" V.nr a < m' 'r m.llc.; 1943 tag. I a Pelts. Orange 5.30I -
u-R F. Machine Sop, apply i person. C.nta Ave. Phono 2-3U E Harris, ,I I ao Trail at Amt.ia.



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I Page 20 (!umanon fiimtttng trntinr1lse*General* Inlormago.. Wan> Ad 11181 41S1 'ednesday, December 3, 1947 '
YORK CLEANERS 8 HATTERS - ABC Best Trailer Shop

TOUR DOWXTOWN. CLEANER: DIAPER SERVICE EXPERT REPAIRING

22 W. PINE ST. PHONE 4809 I Exchange Club ;:.<'" Private School New Accounts and Future 2225 W. Wash1nitoa

and Blocked Pressing While You wait I Reservations Are Solicited Dial 8894
Hats Cleaned .
....
Telephone -1111 toe WtnG. 10
Dry Cleaning Alterations 'Plans Yule FeteMembers t t Problems Cited


of Exchange Club, I tz.-: [Sival' to "VTtHo' Men--q> Sen'hell
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 8 A. M.-11 P. M. made plans yesterday at lunch- ., PHILADELPHIA Dr. E. T.
eon for a Christmas party with r Brown, treasurer of Rollins Col- 10.MORTGAGES .
ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL the time and place to be decidedby r lege, yesterday declared that Increasing lst-2nd-3rd G;: =r !
a five-man committee. taxation was "undermining e 0
Named to serve on the party- .. the very foundations" of private i A 8to Fmnutur ZK
t
OPEN AIR MARKET planning committee were Dr. : educational institutions and I Sicaatve
Sam Ricker, Marty Hunt, Bill ,urged unceasing; vigilance in "pre- I I S Ne Car w rvmltu
1905 South Orange Blossom Trail Meyer, W. A. Pattishall and serving their traditional" freedom Too Old NOT NECESSAKY TO
from taxation.
Central Florida' mot complete variety af fresh fruits and et *able.- Francis Anger. So BalaM Too PAY OFT OTHER LOAMS
It was also announced by Leon- I He spoke at the 28th annual Blb Get Cash Even U TM
i meeting of Eastern Association of
ard Asquith. chairman of the Save! BefiBiaclaf Bar a Loan EUtwheto:
Christmas Toy Committee, that College and University Business Coati
used toys were now being collected Officers here and emphasized the SIGNATURE!! LOANS
p 78-Year need of "reciprocity between
reconditioned for
and being r
States in taxing and legaciesto AUTO VALUM Your Promise to Pay
{ gifts
Orlando Christ- I
Quality distribution in on '41 Model ....SZ2M
educational organizations outside I IS ALL WE ASK .-
'mas. 41 Model o to 12M '
-- 1
Reputation It was pointed out that any- of the State I : Models >to SO* 1"
BehindS one having toys which may be put "Colleges and similar non- M Model: to 4M EMERGENCY PAY DAY LOANS
in usuable condition may leave profit educational institutionsare Other Car tmProoortioo. I It 7 .'r. snort between pay lore,
Heinz Baby them at the YMCA where the almost wholly dependent on m* tm aad yet SM Pay M hart
committee will see that they are their freedom from taxation to !. M days Tb. cost U tl_tj.
Foods repainted, repaired and distributed. prosper," Drt Brown said. All Military Personnel are invited to use our service.
He declared that only 14 States TIME LOAN COMPANY
SMOKE AND WATER SPOUT SKYWARD in a spectacular pattern have adequate reciprocal provisions I
ltd in their statutes to permit 1 C. WCBC1t': HOLMES. MANAGER
CoMP as an experimental torpedo fired bv a U S. Atlantic Fleet f
r tha **** Shrine Heads submarine hits the former German mine-laying U-boat U23 tI:I or residents legacy to to make a non-profit a tax-free instii gift- Free PUInRC . Grand Central SUUom. W. Plae SI,

I [above] during tests off Cope Cod. LAP Wirephoto fro i ,tution of higher learning in another -
U S. Maw I State. I" '

Assume OfficeNew -- -- I 1 The 10-hour work day for Fed- 1'1
eral employes was established by NEW LOW PRICES

NZ **- officers of the Orlando ( Utility Employe Pay Hiked[ Congress in 1840

1A ap1N6 Shrine Club were installed yesterday ALUMINUM __
n"utu. at a luncheon meeting in the I Salary increases amounting to | The amount of the contract was!I _ ;; = __._ I
Chamber of Commerce Bids with I an overall average of approxi- I not disclosed masmuch as th( '! Q -
,OIJI
> Harry Voohris acting as master mately 10 per cent for all em i Langston Co.. was not low bidder: CASEMENT WINDOWSNumber
I
of ceremonies. ployes were approved by the Orlando 'however.. the commission pointed l I i.
Roy Ellis replaced Howard Utilities Commission jester- lout that the bid carried the short ena..ar.rget.t Size Old Price New Price
csia EuvI Gross as president. Serving with day. They are effective Jan. 1_ !lest performance period which -Thru 12 Freezing Winters
him for the nest year will be R. The increases effecting all Pres L. B. McLeod said was ol f I 2323 3'-l x 3'-2 38"3'l" 20.75 16.60
D. Robinson, let vice president; 180 Utilities employes. will mean (II vital importance. t
I T. D. Haynes. 2nd rice president a jump of $3,200 in the monthly I --- QUINTUPLETShave 2424 x 4'-2 58"V5 25.75 20.60
!I I: ; A. C. Hoober, secretary payroll. used this for coughs of 3323 1/8" x :r-2 3/8" 23.25 18.60
III I and Leon Esty, treasurer. The commission said the reaSons I 1 1i 3424 4'-5 Jl8x 4'-2 5828.00 22.40
GOODBRE D'S RESTAURANT Gross commended the Shnn- for increased salaries were .i
ers1 work on the recent ceremonial . \the high cost of living and that CHESTCOLDS I 4424 S'4 3/8" x 4'-2 S831.00 24.80
and welcomed the new members . many salaries were lower in pro- I ,
1303 N. ORANGE I to the club. portion to rising costs than they The Quintuplets have always relied on I! OTHER SIZES AND SCREENS REDUCED ACCORDINGLY
III i'I I should have been.It usterole to relieve coughs,sore throat
was the first salary increase and aching muscle of colds. Musterolatgfaitfir "
SPECIAL LUNCHEON Peanut Control Plan employes had received since Sep P starts to bring wonderful.lone- AND DON'T fORGH-NO RUST-NO/ PAINTINGcwmi

1 5e Curb Service 75c May Hold Until 1948 tember The 1946.commission awarded a lasting painful relief surface!:It congestion.InSStrtnytkt actually helps. break up SEVEN STEPS i

WASHINGTON rAP The Agriculture Child's Mild
contract to the Langston Construction : Musterole.
I Department announcec:I Co.. Orlando, for the Regular and Extra Strong for grownups (
CHOICE OF ONE MEAT yesterday that a control program I removal of 22.000 yards of dirt At all drugstores. a ? 1B m.
for peanuts may not be put intc I at the site of the new power
TWO FRESH VEGETABLES effect next year although ifc i plant to make room for the installation .I I 100 W.AMELIA .WlANDOJlOaiVATHONl t-Wt II
I' I farmer referendum on marketing: of plant foundationpilings. j
I quotas will be held as scheduled!I .
rnFFFFDF<:KFRTTFAl2 : _D._>iI'_!_. 9. Growers__ n_ will u__ vote_ __ on__ a I
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I ,the 1948 1949 and 1950 crops.

Golden Brown Jumbo Shrimp !Club Parley Slated

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Fried Chicken FlKorPolSaiad I' LOCKHART-The Home Dem-
\onstration Club will meet today at
the Chamber of Commerce Bldg. -
F.F.'s. Salad 85c $ 1.25 ,This will be an all-day meeting.In i"Z""

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OUR 1948 C'UB' NOW OPEN <"
Lost week we started saying "Thank You"to


... our salesmen by presenting them with "Courtesy Carnations" wheneverwe

Here are the clubs-Pick the one that suits your needs and
received word of their being; especially courteous to a customer _

join without delay: .

. and now we find they're all wearing them


WEEK EVERT TOt'OTHER PAY $1 1 $2 $4 $6 SID $20i proof of Rutland's Service with a Smile. But don't stop telling ..,

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TOTAL"OtT WILL I I us about these courtesy incidents: when you are particularly pleased

RECEIVE DECEMBER NEXT $25 $50 $ 100 $ 150 $250 $500 '

by the cheerful service of your favorite .


salesman. They all like it . and we

FLORIDA BANKORLANDO .

can add "Oak Leaf Clusters" you know. '.

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"A FINANCIAL STRONGHOLDIN
to a Mania WorldNEW
THE HEART OF THE CITRUS BELT I Doorway
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