Orlando morning sentinel
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Title: Orlando morning sentinel
Alternate title: Orlando Sunday sentinel
New year sentinel=star
Sunday sentinel=star
Orlando Sunday sentinel=star
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 60 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W.M. Glenn
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: December 14, 1947
Publication Date: 1918-1953
Frequency: daily[<1926>-1953]
daily (except monday)[ former 1918-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division, and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 6, no. 94 (June 1, 1918)-v. 64, no. 32 (July 27, 1953).
General Note: "Inland Florida's greatest newspaper."
General Note: "Independent Democratic." Cf. Ayer, 1946.
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Morning sentinel
Succeeded by: Orlando sentinel (Orlando, Fla. : 1953)

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witKiii; a 75-miU radius of Orlando. Hit SECTION A-State, general new, theaters,

I I I aroo famed livestock ida's which citrus.vegetable production.creates crop 24 56 92 per per per cut cent cent of of Florida's of Florida's Flor. b t nb Rp en t I, :itII: :I -- :tar: :: I I I[SECTION SECTION radio Estate.C programs.B--Society Sports,, financial Grove &, Ranch classified, Real, I

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

. NO. 751 For Editorial. General Information, Can .-1U1 [1* Phones) ORLANDO. FLORIDA. DECEMBER 14. 1947 For Advertisinc, Want Ads Can 41 fl [S Phones FORTY-FOUR PAGES

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f.). CompromiseRelief GOP Senators Turn Down


I Bill SetForApproval Truman's Anti-Inflation Plan


. _: I I And He's WeHShod Production Hike


- ; Compromise bill authorizing
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$597 million in emergency Lj. Emphasized In

I relief for France, Italy I ,

Australia and China was approved .

- 4. ferees yesterday by House and and Senate sent backto con "-::; ) I High Costs War

each House for final
passage, /

I -.,,;,,; ,: _ expected tomorrow. # I WASHINGTON r 1 P :J i |
..: : The conference version was a Kt : )7
. . .. .- __ victory for the Administrationsince I ;_ Brushing aside mo?' at Pr: :

AN UNIDENTIFIED PASSERBY gives comfort I bone and broken back when the car, driven by it preserved the exact Truman's requests Rcriub.' ...

to pain-wracked James Alexander, 23, St. I Rudolph Hearn, also of St. Cloud, flippedover amount Truman.of aid requested by Pres. I "if can Senators came up (trot !

I Cloud, who lies injured seriously [above] be- twice after being struck by a skiddingauto I But.the conferees IncludedChina night with a 10-pmnt program -
yesterday on the Orlando-Sanford high .
of their own for cc::: :::
side the in which he had been
upturned car in response! to strong
Hearn also hurt
was badly suffering II
way. a
demands from House Republicans ting inflation by stmmg to::>> in
Alexander sustained broken collar
riding. a fractured skull. [Story on Page 21.] for immediate help to crease production.

the Nationalist Government of They ignored Mr. 1"'C:- :::'. I

Florida Business I Gen. Chiang Kai-shek. plea for club-in-the-closet, ( prrwer

Holy Land War French Oust The Senate had authorized $597 to impose rationing and sclccvre::::

Nine Per Cent million for France, Italy and wage-price controls.
Count Shows More Reds As Austria. The House allowed At a four-hour meet.:-g.: the

Over 1946 Level only $590 million including $60 Senate Republicanor.1<:--:: -e

24 New Dead By TIlE UNITED PRESS Notes Pour In million earmarked for China. 30 hammered of 'the 51 out Republican the new Scr.s f -

The conferees the
Business in agreed on
activity attending approved the p':::>
JERUSALEM [rAP] Jewish : ida was nine per cent greater PARIS (fUPl The Government compromise! version after 10 gram, although Sen. Fk.n-s:
warriors striking with bombs during the first 10 monthsof last night rejected two Soviet hours of heated wrangling,
said did
[R-VtJ) It not go 'any
and machine guns killed 21 Pal- : 15M7 than for the same protests against the arrest and particularly on the question of where near far enough-"'

estine Arabs-including several i period of 1916, the State expulsion from France of memo including China.

women and children and Chamber of Commerce disclosed hers of a Russian Repatriation The actual money for food and Mr. Truman's anti-inflation

? wounded almost 100 in a series I, last night. Commission. It was the fifth fuel to tide the hungry: European program got another setback

of attacks climaxed last night by A comparison with 1943! French rejection of Soviet pro- nations over until the long-range when the House Banking Committee -

battle east of Tel Aviv. Three showed a 40.6 per cent gain, tests in a month of deteriorating Marshall Plan can go to work announced it would giro

Jews also were killed. the CofC reported. The gain relations between the two coun- will have to be voted later. The no further studjr to it at the

Streets in teeming sections of over 1945 was 10.4 per cent tries. present measure merely author special cession.

Jerusalem and Jaffa ran with the The CofC's research divi- The latest Soviet protests delivered izes the spending.The .

blood of Arabs killed and wounded sion said these figures were by Russian Charge D'Af-- compromise version does Without referring directly to.
the Senate
Mr. Truman's
in the bpmbings. gathered mainly from reports faires Alexander Abramov to not break down the amount of proposals said ,

Arabs throughout Palestine of bank debits, which French Foreign Office Sec. Jean money that would be author T QLhVM'iV4P / Republicans
: Chauval and ized for each of the four "We: believe that the sound approach -
thirsted for revenge as Jewish I it considered "the most reliable Friday yesterday recipient I1 W6 .
fighters retained their initiative single indicator'of charged that eight Russians, one countries. But it does per. ? is to strike at the fundai

in the bitter communal fightingfor I business actiity"Panama I I carrying a diplomatic passport mit the Reconstruction Finance 4 i mental causes of inflation raf.1erthan

the second Brit II had been arrested and expelledby Corp. to advance $150 million immediately /,4gp5 [ permit these causes to go en
straight day. I 7I I caqr5a
and then vals.'y attempt
ish French authorities Friday. to get the relief pro |' operating -
soldiers and
police rushed to
action stations to await expected -, Answering the two complaints gram going until Congress appropriates I I iV WAJI to prevent the inevitable
retaliation blow any against Flareup I in one blanket reply the money. t I Q1V; aqyzoo17t,' results by arbitrary bureaucratic

the Jews. I France said that nine Russiansthe Senate Pre Vandenherg (R.- PeL' I opt-eq 7Qqe#( 1 controls.
Shuts U.S. Forces
Mich.] said the conferees 'if'ld-
Soviet )
Curfew was imposed on the note only mentioned W'g "The primary solution is to
northern town of Safad after PANAMA CITY Panama [UPJ'] f'ight-bad been arrested ed on including China lest the ,.__ increase production and, since

sporadic fighting broke out in I American soldiers and sailors and conducted to the frontier impression of an affront to this is a slow process to curtail

that region. One Arab was kill were confined to U. S. military Friday and )yesterday. that country he git en. I unnecessary spending in
I areas yesterday because of Nationalist cause thf'bad ignored an expulsion He said the Senate had plan- I IPresidenf
ed there and a small Arab girl That's NOTA the meantime particularly that
and two Jewish settlement police I agitation against agreements I, order of Dec. 8. ned to deal with China in a separate East-West Gird Hands Off Italy brought about by credit expansion
were seriously wounded. granting the U. S. extended -I In addition, the French note Joke Son! for non-productivB
I leases on defense bases in : bluntly told the Russians that I!. The Administration plans to ,
An Associated Press
tabulation purposes.
send the futurea MOULTRIE Ga. UP A I
Panama. Congress: in near ( ]
showed 224 persons have been I Police were alerted to disperse their"certain protest terms"yesterday which employed in the- ] $300 million relief program for For 'Food' War belligerent youngster whose Warns The GOP Senators s: i t' Twill
killed in the Holy Land in the ,
China. red-faced mother hustled .
further demonstrations against : eyes of the French Governmentwere Money already spent on try to pass measures: c
14 fighting : '
of Arab-Jewish
days the agreement, after Fridays' of "inadmissible character. China under the emergency bill I him away before anyone I bodying three of their 10 pcinU:
eince the UN General Assembly clashes between Panamanian ." would be repaid out of any such LONDON [IAPI] A "no quarter" could get his name was in- WASHINGTON [EAPI] On the in this session:

voted to partition Palestine. The students and police, resulting in future program. Thus an amount I economic war between the Unit troduced to Santa Claus ina eve of the withdrawal of the last Extension of export and t-":>-
toll for the entire Middle Eastis injuries to 33 i equal to the emergency funds; department store yester i portation controls for another;
340. persons. ed States and the Soviet Union American soldiers from Italy, ;
Cellophane Trust spent on China eventually might '
and legislation to pc-sut:
day.Santa year
for Europe appeared a certainty Pres. Truman warned last night ;
become available to the three took the lad in his '
of JacksonvilleFlier voluntary agreements on IntCr.ials : : -
Stassen BlastsPauley's Body Charged To duPont European countries. I last night as Britain and France !i lap but before he could say that if that nation's freedom is :; inventories and priorities

Found With Plane WASHINGTON [ UP ] The Under the Emergency ForeignAid looked to Sec. of State Marshallto "have you been a good boy threatened "directly or indirect Those three points plus an

Story JACKSONVILLE [ A P ] The Government yesterday accusedE. Bill the State Dept. can ship : take any lead in ending the I this year?" his young charge. ly" the United States will con-I Increase! in Federal Reserve

WASHINGTON [AP] HaroldE. body of Charles F. Lovan, Jack- I. duPont De Nemours Inc., of to the four countries supplies of I deadlocked conference of For- about six or seven, hauledoff sider "appropriate" measures. I i Bank gold certificates, also
American food petroleum, with a haymaker toSanta's
Stassen declared last night Edwin sonville contractor was found illegal, competition-killing con- Ministers.Vesterdaj's. Without mentioning Commun- constitute the Republican program -
grains seeds insecticides, fertilIzers eign whiskers. "That'sbecause
W. Pauley, special assistant yesterday with his wrecked planein trol over cellophane-the stuff I in the House which the
and medical didn't ist-led strikes and disorders
equipment. bring me the
to Sec of Army Royall, has not i a sparsely-settled sector 10 Americans use to wrap every- meeting 'of the I GOP leadership has scheduled
made full disclosure of his grain miles north of the Jacksonville thing from Christmas presentsto ministers was postponed until that train" you promised last formal 100-word statement em-I for consideration tomorrow.
Airport, the County Road Patrol Union :year, said the lad as his phasized that while the troops
under spinach.
dealings Investigation
by > Telegraph tomorrow on Britain's initiative mother led him by the Other points in the Rcputnprogram
the Senate Appropriations Com announced. Lovan had been : The Justice Dept. filed in Fed- away I ;

mittee. |[ sought since Tuesday. He had eral Court an anti-trust suit Peace Parley Set I to cool, to after allow Friday's tempers violent time ear. I I Strike Breaking Upheld I Encourage increased prctl"::

Stassen said he plans to confer i, taken off from Atlanta for Jack- which it described as another WASHINGTON [UP] Three East-West blow : ROME [UP] National Assembly --, tion, eliminate "non-esscr. alI
tomorrow with Committee i! sonville. : step in its attack on "the unlawi up. | -
I last night endorsed the government and ret e
AFL Unions last to i expenses
Chmn. Bridges [R.-N.H.] and ful concentration of economic night agreed Molotov, who Friday lambasted Great-Grandmother, 77, Government's vigorous hand debts and taxes," restrict expc.; 3
House majority leader hialleckERIntl Pet Saves power in the United States." meet with Government and the western countries in severe :
Barking :' officials Freed in Poisoning Plot ling of the Communist :, "particularly to countries w' i
Western Union Tuesdayat fashion had luncheon with
[ ] regarding plans for a Atty. Gen. Clark said that for '
Rome '
orerrlding -
general strike have not suffered the dcvs: n
Actress From Flames in further effort FAIRFIELD Ilk Mrs.
of the duPont have Philadelphia a Sec. Marshall yesterday noon at [LUPI]
e "thorough investigation many years plants -almost two to one-left- of ," discourage further. -..
to avert a threatened Christ the home of Ambassador Lewis Illie Winters, 77, great grand-
food profiteering by insiders in' HOLLYWOOD [AP) The bark- produced more than twothirdsof .
'I wing demands for an investigation i creases of bank credit 'for r .'
of mas-season telegraph strike. Douglas. An authoritative source !' mother, was acquitted last night
the National Administration and ing her pet cocker spaniel all American cellophane. of police strike-breaking .
of the purchasing practices of puppy yesterday awakened pret-- The unions are the Commercial said the luncheon was "purely' or trying to poison her daughter I artj 1'it if's. productive uses, discourage: :adue" '
I of
the Government. |! ty actress Abigail [Tommyel] Ship Goes Aground Telegraphers Union, the Tel- social" and kept deliberately so Mrs. Mary Burton, and increase consumer crc'

I Adams, Greenville, N. C., who ; egraph Workers Union and the by the U. S. Secretary of State. granddaughter, Marjorie Burton, support a voluntary progr"a: 3
Movies Crewmen Swim While the has been; 16, arsenic in are being withdrawn in accord- eliminate waste in the!: c.,1:
Tonight's i I found her apartment in flames Ashore Telegraph Employes Union, meeting by putting their with ,
BEACHAM: De.tre Me. 1.00, 3 09. 5:18. 1 which forced her to flee the PONTE VEDRA BEACH [AP] AFL. They represent 50,000 deadlocked on the subject of rep- milk. ance treaty obligations, the gram and food. "supr.r-t a c
'.27. S 36.ROXY United States has by no means eral program to enrr:T-3;:;3 ,
arations it has become
building in her nightgown in Ten aboard the British Western Union employes. apparentthe '
: Living In a Big Wi? 1:40.: 4:21.: crewmen j lost interest "in the preservation '
T:02 "U.GBAND. chilly temperature. ,motor vessel : fundamental difference that Ex-Warden Convicted those in a position to (:o: ro 'a
., : Roblnhood of Tfxis. 2.23. 4.51. Deliverance 125-foot has pushed the conference on the of the peace and independence of'II save more," authorize t':c P-'
111. 9 47 taiMt. Bull Doc Drummond auxiliary schooner scrambled "
Mother Nine Children CHIPLEY [IAPJ] T. L. Griffin i Kaly. .
Strike B.& k. 1:15.: 3 U. 611. 839 rocks is the struggle between the dent to enter into temprr"yuntary ;
VOGUE Dishonored Lady. 3'30, 6'25, Five Recaptured After through heavy surf to safety former warden for the State The statement coincided with with .
9 20. (also) Blind Spot. 2.00. 4.55.: 7.50. ashore yesterday after the vessel Living in Hen House United States and Western Eu- Game and Fresh Water Fish reports which lacked official agreements .
10 45. Seven-Man con- tries limit inventonr-'
to !
Prison Break with the Marshall Plan on r ;
CAMEO: The Time The Place and the ran aground five miles south of HERSIIEY. Pa. [APJ A mother Commission, yesterday was con- firmation-that this Government, -
Girl. 2 00. 3'55. 5'50. 7.55. 10 OO NASHVILLE one side and Eastern Europe I thorize priorities *o t t
Seven here. One
[EUPJ] convicts crewman. Sidney and her nine children are liv victed of second degree murderin is actively considering supplying'
%. 7:25.R1ALTOThe 10'10' also) Other I Cone Love.Big Town.2.00. 4.45.1:00.: serving terms for murder, Woolcott, waded and swam to ing in an 8 by 12 foot chicken with the Soviet Union and "So- the gun death of his cousin modern arms to the limited I II move bottlenecks in the r:
1" 3 40. 6.2V 9 05 viet Plan"' on the other. tion of vital commodit.!:
COLONY This Time for Kcu>tl. 2.23. robbery and larceny, made their shore to spread the alarm and coop near here. hoping for a new Samuel L. Griffin. 15. Judge E. forces permitted to Italy by the -
4.51, 7::19 947DRIVEIN way to freedom through a steam- the nine others left the two- home by Christmas. Mrs. Charles C. Welch deferred sentence. I; new treaty. I'I'I tend rent control for ;c:

APOPKA. :Jesse The James Plainsman.; (also 6 Return 45. 10.00.of (' pipe tunnel under the walls of masted schooner before rescue Fox and her family ranging Cooler, Light Rain I I peace I. year, and "give (the adir a.

Frank J.m..8CLERMONT' I;the State Penitentiary here yesterday plans put in motion by the Coast from 11 months to 18 years- tion] authority to the cx-

DAYTONA. Lost Sons Honeymoon.of Scheherazade also> Stork 'i:1 but five were recaptured Guard could be carried out. Capt. moved into the coop when their, Seen Today, Tomorrow ,I i The Weather For Central Florida I II' essary to prevent impr' j

Bites Man EMPIRE: Kiss of Death. FLORIDA almost immediately. William King is the skipper.to home for 12 years was sold. : LAKELAND [lAP] Federal excessive speculation. en c a-
tune: in Fun toe On Sierras a Weekend; (also Spring, Frost Warning Service predicted ORL.XDOXD VICINITY i TODAY'S TIDES I!i modity exchanges '
DELAND--ATHENS: The Macomber At- cooler weather and light rain for' -Cloudy. moderately cool occasional i Dayton* Beach and New. Smyrna leach
Tides Hizb 8 57 a m. 9 IS p m: low Z1a >
fair.(also\ > DREKA Jungle Flight Stanley and Livingston: I;, AND THE GREATEST OF THESE IS CHARITY Central Florida tsday and tomor- light rains today. am. 3.07 P m i
cTi": High ( 07 a m. I 25 1947*>ccembcrl947
EUSTIS: Variety Girl.
row, with near freezing tempera- '
& P m low 2 28 am. 3.17 pm.
HAINES CITY: Robin Hood. of Texas;: tures in the extreme northern Cracker Jim Sez SZOpm Sebastian, low Inlet 2 23 TIO)am.K Hick 3 12 p 9 m 02 ajn.. .... :JI. ,.. w..I .Thui Sd14E1i6
Ulxo> Mr. District: Kllroy Attorney.KISSUJMEE Was Here: (also) :1,900 Kids To Share In Santy Fund part of the State and mild weather -i : Sun Phases, : Rise 708, eU 5JL: !
Gentlemen Joe Pslooka in South Florida. That there one horss farmer + 17 181920
LAKELAND-POLK' Deep Valley. PALACE J what lives in some of these

We.f: CalL Alexander's LAKE: Saddle Ragtime Aces,Band also:) also Blind> 1 By W. S. (PREACHER) ALLEN the Sentinel-Star or the mined .by case histories of the Juvenile Cases Decline swamp lands in this here section Recorded LOCAL by U.TEMPERATURES S. Weather SoniC .t 21823 24E26 27
Sort [C -\ bt'r., Tie S..,,( ,) Sene'',S-arJ: American Dept 1 Municipal Airport.
I Legion, but shouldbe Welfare what himself Uncle Zeke '
LEESBURO-PAIN. FaU OUT. PALACE NEW YORK [AP] Atty. Gen. signs Maximum *$; Minimum, ST 28 29 30 311948iiInuar
Arnelo Affair I There are 1,900 children in 600 designated for the Santy X Neither ill the fund be confined had shore better git him a mule 1 am unun &2. 1 pm __uu &1
MOUNT DORA The Other Love.6ANFORD Clark said yesterday juvenile delinquency 2 am ._ 62 2 pm _______ 63
-RITZ Down to Earth.PRINCESS. ( needy Orange County families Fund. to white children but Fed- fore he starts talkin abouten 3 am nUU_ 62 3 pm _________ 63
: Smoky River Serenade; also) I for whom thE'redll be no Santa: Cash Negro ('hildren1'ill receive cases reaching what them ther 4 am _________ 65t i 4 pm ________ 64pm
contributions will be ; 1948
MartieET accepted eral Courts declined in the 19.t647 Sam ____ 62 II ______ 63
!Claus -
CLOUD: ,Foxes of Harrow I at Christmas unless the by Cedric Benz, adjutant. gifts through the Welfare fiscal for the first timein critters i look 6 am ____u___ 62 6 pm _____ 61
WINTER GARDEN: The Guilt of Janet more fortunate residents "chip at the Dept., and in this connectionthe year like. I done been 7 am _______ 62 '7 pm ______ 58 Jail .;w.oW '1M Ik SdL32
Legion House Lake
Ames. Gem: That My Gal on many years. 8 am _ Cl 9 pm ______ 58
WINTER HAVEN-RITZ- Kiss of Death. l'in" to provide toys and other Ivanhoe or at the classified Orlando Negro Chamber of I p low i nth lam _?_______n_ 61'I II JIm ____ Y 3
GRAND Danger Street (also) News t dainties that all children anxiously -''want-ad Commerce is them animals lOam...._ _.e1 10 pm _________ 58
Hounds.AT. I counter at the Sentinel- co-operating by OVERNIGHT AND 11 am _________ 61llpm, _______u 58
anticipate at Christmas- Star office.A I au'niinthe packaging of since I was knee Moon _UUhn 61 Midnight ? .._ 97 45678910
I time. much of the fruit which will high to ole JedProd's *
Silver Fox-New 2 skiDs, sacrifice record will be kept of all .
Believing that no home with I '
be distributed.Already
houn dog
price Phone 86X.! -Adv. contributors whose contribu-: TCMPEKATUKCS LSCWHCMC -
children should be missed by several mherchant, you order merchandise i and I yet got to WASHINGTON AP> Weather BureaCreport
tions will
be acknowledged in of temperatures for taa 24 noun
Santa Claus. the Orlando Memorial -, the including grocery stores have in- from Orlando see one of them varmits that endiriglpm .
Post 19 American Legion., print by Sentinel-Star daily. i dicated they will participate in stores, specify quick was sway-backed. That Uncle Mi L.i Hi L* 9 SHOPPING DAYS LEFT
CharterAMIUUNCC. 5: and Marion Clark Phillips Post: Members of the Legion Auxiliary ; safe delivery by Sentinel- Albert] 3S 31 i uttle.'Rock 44 29
Santy Fund either with cashor Zeke done lived too long aroun Atlanta 41 35 Loo totelea 70 47
: 227.::! American Legion and the will aid in the selection : merchandise donations. Star Express the Jack them Yankee hill farmers what AU DUe CIty 38 23 L'yrfcviBe 32 24Bannu..ham
..., 48 35 Mfmphls 41 30
PUASU E cR "' I Sentinel-Star :yesterday announced purchase and wrapping of gifts Also, several individuals have Rabbit Line that leaves used them paired bosses for Beaten 34 35 M'ndiao 48 33
I plans for the joint sponsor- which will be distributed: by the indicated they will make cash daily on schedule for 41 Buffalo 27 24 Miami 78 73
plowin, an ridin an he dont
Service17: I Burlington 19 12 MmD-St. PI 30 15
: ship of a fund to provide toys for Orange County Welfare Dept contributions.It Central Florida towns know what a mule is. A plumb Charlotte 39 32 New Orleans 48 40
n these 1,900 less fortunate chil--i Children Merchants telephone Ch.tt.DO'U 44 3SChicago New York 35 28
receiving toys will be was emphasized that children good mule will stay hitched with 31 24 I Norfolk 40 38
: J dren. those of families listed on the and families in all sectionsof 6291 for Agent to call for II outen a tied rein whether its dryor Cincinnati 32 19 I Philadelphia 39 24
;. The fund will be known the Welfare merchandise. Clrrelantt 28 21 I Phoenix 60 31
as Dept's rolls. I Orange County will benefit rainin an will tote you home Dallas 48 30 > SnttsburcB 28 30
\ J American LeegionSentinelStarSanty It was pointed out that it sufficient from the Santy Fund and distribution for dinner when the bell ringsan I I Denver &8 IS i Portland.Jtfe. 26 26 I
29 22 I Richmond
WIREPHONE35 HOWEY Fund and its sole purposeis funds are available the I' will not be confined to I never mind atall, hut he shore Duluth 23 S St Lout 35 26
to provide toys: for children will be confined : : El Paso 44 24 San AnMnia 52 38
program not to any particular area. aint to sway-backed. Iffen
apt get ,
) Port Worth 48 29 8 Pranciac* 5* 38
GRI FFIN110 who would otherwise not be children alone but will be expanded Recipients of gifts will be determined -. iM ,ole Jack Frost was as mean hereas Oalveston 53 39 Sarannan 43 40

able to enjoy Christmas as every to provide some clothing -I! by the Welfare Dept., 1 :EXPRESS he is in the North they mite I' Houston.cluo.De 54 41 31 4. I Tampa Seattle 76 S3 48 63

..htU'rUJiiillsl i American child should.Contributions I[ and baskets of food for the which will also be in charge of I Tt ttCt ItlllT IIXI- I git that way, but he aint ani I II I global CUT 45 22 I wuhinttoa Vlrksburc' 36 50 27wiiminrton 33
I I may be mailed most needy families as deter the distribution. - -.. -- I(they dont i' Boy Kaorrtll we 41 n' 40 35 I lV

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SPEED Of SPENDING BLAMED FOR ALL-TIME HIGH PRICES .., '_ ., _/ ._ .. '48 Hopefuls Take Grid Roasting I


Food? Train Your On'49 I '
Cheaper Sights WASHINGTON I EUPI] Two' spondents. Pres Truman, members -' and retiring club president
girls who command the attention -I of Congress and leaders of Harold .M. Talburt cartoonistfor

ARNE So prices haTe jumped 66 of official Washington these :business and industry attendedthe the Scripps-Howard News.
Miss Inflation and Miss' affair in the Statler Ho- brief and
WASHINGTON [AP] Families per cent since 1938. The dol- days gala papers. They were
looking forward to lar you had in 1946 is now ERP 'European Recovery Plan] tel and enjoyed the satirical : offtherecord.The .
that are ,/ -made their debut last ,treatment of the and
steaks. butter. autos refrigerators worth 77 cents. The dollar stage political correspondents went Into
cheaper .
and the like may as yon had in 1939 is now worth night I economic problems of the day. '; dramatizations of the field of Republican
sightson 34 cents. The occasion was the Winter The only speeches! were -
well train their hopeful Presidential possibilities
dinner of the Gridiron Club of made by Pres. Truman House
1949.'Iostll'. The only thing that can stop : I the even bigger;: field of aspirants
Corre- W. Martin Jr.,
Washington Newspaper Speaker Joseph I
prices are high that upward buggy-ride is more for the Democratic Vice
to the speed Americans are goods on the market than people . Presidential nomination. the status
ep nding. Partly' they will want, or enough people just of V. S.-Russian relations. anda
continue high because of goods plain running out of money to Welfare Board Two Men Hurt host of other affairs in the
moving to the 16 Western- spend.At I news.

European nations which may 011 this point the movement of Studies HikeIn The GOP Presidential possibilities -
get aid under the Marshall goods abroad through 1948 enters met in a western ghost
Plan.It 'more money into the grocery l the picture. Through 1947it Road CrashJames town. Macabre ghosts danced
is a complicated picture. stores and back to the farms. amounted to only $14 billion Public Aid Iin across the stage. Recalling the
in it.
There are several guesses ., Prices rise.'hat's more, people -I S900 million as compared with western trips this year of Gov
the President's -
But this Is the way our total production of about Members of the State Welfare Alexander 23. and Rudolph I Dewey Sen. Taft and Harold E
Council\ of Economic Advisers I have the money to the spend., I $230 billion. Even so, if all those Board met jointly with membersof Hearn, both of St. Cloud, ', Stasen. one of the ghosts asked
it out: They saved during war .
figures Americans eating partly through patriotism part- i goods were to stay at home next District Boards 11 and 12 yesterday were injured severely yesterday "Why do Dewey and Taft and .& ...
are .
First. it would tend drive home at the Orange Court ,
held year to : when their auto overturned after Stassen and all those Republicans -
lot OPA prices
and buying a tremendous ly because ] Hotel here where discussion
prices down. being hit by another car about come visiting our western
did in the down.
than they
more Contrary to general centered on increasing numberof 114 miles north of Orlando near ,ghost towns?"
and :
Here are examples, Came the end of the war 1
39 period. impres-I
In pounds of the food Americansate labor generally got two roundsof sion, the Marshall Plan of I public assistance applications.It Dead Man's Dip on the Orlando- "They're looking for the silent

in'the pre-war period per wage increases. Workers had Europe will not increase the was the concensus of Sanford highway. I: ,-ote- another replied.

person and the amounts they are more money to spend, but the amount of goods going abroad opinion of those in the meeting | Alexander' sustained a bro i I The Taft irapersonater' stepped *
now eating: more they spent the higher this year. Government economists ; that the increase in applications ken collar bone and broken forward to remind the
prices went and the less they figure that even with the' has been brought about back; Hearn a fractured skull group in song that he' been
1935-39 1917 got for their money. The milItary Marshall Plan our exports will by the high; cost of living, limited and face lacerations.! Both wanting back in the White

Meat ... ... 125.6 155. collected mustering out pay drop a little, to $14 billion | $ : .. resources and high rentals! I were taken to Sanford hospital !- House Hince 1909 put Dad's

Eggs ......._....- 37.3 47.2 and spent It Now veterans are But that dollar value of exports .. ,. The conferees also considered! I where late last night they name on the door."
Chicken .. ....... 17.9 23.7 spending their terminal leave is only part of the story \ the program of Aid to Depend j were reported "resting com- The Stassen impersonater was
Milk and Cream 340. 403. The type of goods we ship is ent Children and recommendedthat fortably." .
Fresh Fruits ...... 138.5 148. pay.This :year, when prices failedto more important. Much of it going a study be made of the cur-! startled at the presence" of "Gen
Florida State Patrol eral Eisenhower. It prompted
Fresh Vegetables 235. 260. drop as some manufacturers to Europe is the sort of i Highway
Coffee ._.____. 14. 18. had said they would, people tiredof goods that is short here at home. -em case load to determine what i Sgt. C. W. Keith, assisted by the :him into a song which opened
'unds will he required to carryn Seminole County Sheriff's office. with the lines:
waiting and bought at the Shortage piled on shortage must I I
I the work for the remainder "
That kind of eating sends Jumping prices. I mean higher prices.S.KENDRICK investigated the accident and 1 see his face before me,
biennial "
-_ 'Ithe period. said the car driven by Hearn, in haunting my every dream.
During a morning business which Alexander was a passenger The Marshall Plan for European -
.u -ion' D. W. Ireland of Ft. was struck by an auto came under discussion
II Rotary To Honor Guernsey MRS. WILLIAM E. DAVIS, one of the featured vocalists on the :Myers was elected chairman of driven by Miss Ruth Richey, recovery in a North Pole scene where

program at the celebrated WHOO reception and ball Dec. 5, ;administration and personnel andC. DeL a n d. Keith said Miss were gathered; impersonators of

has been receiving congratulations on the two songs she pre- C. Atkins, Miami, was named Richey's car traveling south, several members of Congress
Six Central Florida Rotary the Intercity meeting will rep- sented-It's Almost Like Being In Love and More Than You chairman of the Social Service skidded and hit Hearn's car, the Secretary of State British

clubs will Join with the Orlando resent clubs in Apopka, Winter Know. This week Mrs. Davis to be known Orlando's committee. which was headed north. The For. Min. Ernest Bevin. Russian
Club Wednesday noon for an intercity Garden Eustic, Leesburg, Winter past over Leland W. Hyatt of Jackson- St. Cloud man's vehicle left the leaders Vishinsky, Gromyko. Mol--
meeting at which S. Kendrick Park and Sanford. newest radio station, WHOO, as Mary Jo Davis, was featured ,ville. State welfare commissioner road and turned over twice the otov and Stalin. and a disheveled

Guernsey, president of Rotary Guernsey was born in Orlando with the station's organist, Joe McLees, on the Song Shop pro- presided over the morn highway patrol officer said. I I Uncle Sam. The Gromyko impersonator -
International, will be principal and graduated from the local gram. After the Christmas holidays she will again entertain ing session while at the joint1' Keith said Miss Richey had 'i sang to Uncle Sam:

speaker. high school in 1910, and then Central Florida radio fans with her delightful voice over afternoon meeting Emmet Sa- been charged with reckless driving "Let me call you sweetheart
_The meeting will be held at from the University of Pennsyl Station WHOO. foy. Jacksonville, presided. He and released on $200 cash I "And the world will be

the Country Club. The local vania. Upon his return to Orlando -- - ---- is president of the State Board. bail pending outcome of the con "Cut up into portions
organization annually recognizes ; he entered business here, firstas Other members of the State dition of the .two men. [See : "Just for you and me. III
Ken Guernsey Day but owner of a hardware store Board in attendance were Warren picture on page 1.1] !, "I will take the land part andgive -y
the observance takes on added and later became active in real Bankers Pension Effected
Zeuch. Vero Beach. secre- you the sea,
significance this year sinceGuernsey estate, investments and insur-!
.tary; W. J. Gardiner Daytona Review "Let me call you sweetheart,
has risen to the top I UofF Legal
ance.In I Beach: and John T. Murphy, "I'll be (true to me."
office in Rotary. He is a charter Dec. 1941, be was elected I tr A. RHODES CONKLIN JR. The First National Bank at Orlando Publication \
member of the local dub and vice president of Gulf Life Insurance '
T e Sunday Sentme'-Star Staff Writer) has been named by the Ex.
staff members who attended
served as Its first secretary anda I Co. in Jacksonville and Approximately 3,500 employesand ecutive Council to act as trustee State GAINESVILLE (AP] The pub- Pope Speaks Christmas Eve
year later became president. I the family moved to that city. officials of 178 banks with provisions that the bank included F. M. Croft, lication of a University of Florida VATICAN CITY [rAP1] The
Guernsey has just returned i In Rotary Guernsey served as throughout Florida will be eligi-- resign on proper notice or chief accour.tant; Miss Martha law review has been approved by Vatican said yesterday Pope Pius
from a "40,000 mile airplane tour I governor of the 39th district ble for pension; and retirement may that the Executive Council mayremove Nelson director social services; the Board of Control Pres. J. I will address the Cardinals Christ
of Rotary clubs in Australia, I during 1923-24 and was later International --- -- benefits under master plan I for B. G."ood, director residence HUlls Miller announced yester- mas Eve. He likely will deal with
a the trustee reason -
Hawaii Hong Kong, New Zealand ': Chairman of Boys' GUERNSEY drawn by a Pension and Retirement I notice. ;and states: D. J. Lewis, attorney day.Vith the first issue of the : issues of major concern to the
up on I
Singapore, Siam and the : Work, International vice president . . guest Wednesday Committee of the Florida .j! Langford proper pointed out that all for the board; Mrs. Pauline New Law Review. scheduled for ,I church and the world.
Philippines. I i and member of other In. -- -- I Bankers Assn. ': investments and reinvestmentfor Croning, secretary tft the commissioner March, Pres. Miller said the university -I I
Rotarians planning to attend I ternational committees. < The made' and Miss Bernice Mc- would, for the first time, i I Culture pearls were produced
announcement be
was : the auxiliary are to
I today by II. P. Langford, chairman (:in United States Government :jCollum, supervisor public as enter the legal periodical field !, in China as far back as the 14th

Four Negroes Hurt I Elk Motorcade Meet To Study of the committee, vice-presi. I bonds, fully guaranteed as to sistance. i: with other leading law schools. Century.

I dent and trust: officer of the First 'principal and interest. I Representing District 11

In Crash Leaves At 12:30 National Bank, Orlando. I The committee \\a. of the were Mrs. J. M. Douglas,
Apopka j p.m. Under the proposed plan each Weirsdale E. X. Lightfoot,
New Town SetAnother opinion that it probably ill\\ he
Three- Orlando of' A bank within broad limits, A. B. Dean,
Negroes, two motorcade of Orlando very some" time after the first of the lakeland; Mrs. TURKEYSA
them girls 7 and 8 ears of age,\ Elks members will leave the ,may have its own plan provisionsand year before the plan ran be put Ku..tis; Mrs. Thomas B. Turn-

were injured severely! and a :' Elks Home on Eola Dr. to- meeting with the its costs will he determined in operation and the funds actually bull Winter Ha f'n.
fourth slightly last night when day at 1230: p.m. to attend by its own mortality and turn
I paid to the trustee.!' From District 12 were GeorgeI.
their auto collided with a semi I I the annual Christmas party eventual incorporation of a new over experience.The New Smyrna: W.
I trailer truck just inside the at the Harry-Anna Crippled Orange County municipality, in main advantage::; in the Other members of the Pension: Fullerton Winter Garden; I young, tender corn finished turkey is awaitingyou.
F. Cappleman
south city limits of Apopka. Children's Home at Uma- view, to be called Fairview Association plan i in the caving; Committee who served with Holler. Sanford '
I G. ; order
> in administrative expense in Langford in preparing the master Irs.la9' ; Place your Christmas today to assure
Florida Highway Patrolman tilla. The change in time of I'
I Shores, is scheduled for this 1 Mrs. P. K. Weaver, Kissimmee;
having one fund and one plan included Edwin Colean.
Arthur L. Graham j occasion.
reported the departure was necessitatedby week. I administpk the plan. ,vice-president St. Lucie County ..Mrs. Ruth Maguire, Orlando; your reservation ofa bird for this
Injured were: Bennie Ryals, a change in the time of Park
I Several meetings of a committee i Briefly under the plan, ordinary -I Bank, Ft. Pierce; George: LewisII Eldridge Hart, Winter : I
913% St., hurt station WHOO's broadcastof
Bentley slightly I
life Lewis State John A. Holder DeLand and and Jack Rabbit
"Lizzie Mae Johnson, 95 N. Bryan the festivities.but I, representing approximately policies vice-president Elizabeth Fawsett Orlando. FREE delivery in ORLANDO
jwoulfl! provide death benefits. Bank Tallahassee: John Mrs.
St, severely injured, and her '1500 families living east of Big I Bryan Express in Distant Cities.
investment and officer
| An auxiliary account vice-president trust !
two daughters, Creole and Ernes Ryals are in Orange Memorial 1 Lake Fairview, a mile northwest I
would provide a fund sufficient -Exchange National Bank, Tampa;
tine, also severely injured. All Hospital of Dubsdread Country Club already Everett C. Sawyer i
to convert the policies of Fred Allen president The Beach
'I the idea have of been incorporation.held to further John !employes who do not die or sever Bank. Jacksonville Beach; and Now At Great Lakes : Give A Turkey for ChristmasWILDERDENSMORE

Edwards of Edwards & Sons Co., i I employment, into retirement policies -I'I'Frank "'. Norris, vice-president. Everett C. Sawyer, motor machinists
manufacturers of lawn furnitureand just prior to retirement. Barrett National Bank, Jackson mate third class, USN,
I boats is a memberof i: This will be accomplished by I ville. son of Mr. and Mrs. James C :
Installed the cypress committee. |payment of the difference in reserves -|i A. A. McKethan. president Sawyer. !029) N. Mills St., has reported -
t i of the two policies.i Hernando State Bank. Brooks- for training at Great
II .\tt).. Sam Murrrll l is scheduled The.New England Mutual Life ville is president of the Floridai Lakes, Ill., Motor Machinists TURKEY RANCH
;: Anywher. Service to appear before this Insurance: Company has been selected i Bankers Assn." which by resolution School. Sawyer enlisted Feb. 22, PHONE 6913 P. O. BOX 2013
I week's meeting to outline the by the Pension Committeeand at the State convention last 1 1015 and received recruit training ORLANDO
I procedure for forming an incorporated approved by the Executive April authorized the Pension; at the Naval Training Center, j
II community.; Council to underwrite the plan. ''Committee to draw up the plan. Bainbridge, Md.
"*" Est. 1932 Tentative plans call for the lim- ------

NATURAL GAS FOR ,its of the the new Interlachen municipality develop-to include Dr. Bernstein Off Blood Bank Heads ARE YOU A LAST MINUTE SHOPPER??

ment on the south shore of Big
\ YOUR Lake Fairview, excluding Fair- For St. Louis To Schedule Luncheon
HOME OR BUSINESS villa the eastern line to be in the that I
Don't let it worry you. We offer you quick service, durable gifts . gifts are
r proximity Wymore Rd. extend Attend Convention Meet Here Today I
FASTER COOKING ing north from Little Lake Fair- sure to please. Let WYCKOFF'S help you complete your shopping:
t* e SILENT SERVEL REFRIGERATION view, and the northern boundary Dr. Clarence Bernstein, Or- : Approximately 75 representatives -

S I to be close to the intersection of lando specialist in internal medicine of four Florida blood banks GIFTS FOR MEN fi[ GIFTS FOR WOMEN

e MODERN ECONOMICAL AIR WATER HEATING the entrance old Dixie to the Hwy.Florida and the Livestock paved and allergy, was to leave to- ,will convene here at the Orange 8" Skilsaw...... .............?. $135.00 Stf

e CONDITIONING Exposition grounds.The I day by plane for St. Louis to attend Court Hotel today at noon for Coleman Lantern ._. 8.25 ffil Presto Cooker-.._._..._..$ 12.95 up ,

CLEAN HOME HEATING proposed Fairview Shores a three-day annual convention -, luncheon to be followed by a'' Electric Drill.$18.95 to 42.50 X Electric Mix.r.._..--...--.'- 29.95 ,

would center roughly on the intersection I of the American Academy of 'business session of the Florida Electric Soldering Iron 2.75 Toaster ___00......_-_-------------.- 3.49
Natural Gas and Appliance Co. of Fairbanks Ave. and I Allergy of which he is a fellow. State Blood Bank Services. Hand Tool Grinder..._...___.___._ ____.. 6.15 w Electric Heater.,_-.------- -.-.--- 4.65 up
I the old Dixie Hwy. and include Dr. Bernstein, who has had offices I| Primary business of the meet- Fly or Casting Rod.._ 7.95 to 15.00 S3 Electric Ckurns.-- 16.50

q ORLANDO SANFORD about 1200 acres. I here since Oct, 1942, is a ing will be the discussion of a *. Set of Dinnerware .... _.. 15.95
Picnic Ice Box _____..._.......____._ 7.50 --
1248 N. Orange Are FU. State Bank Bid former member of the faculty of method of redistribution of areas ____ 154.50
It Is estimated that about 86 the University of Chicago MedI I I'I covered by the blood banks in Tackle Box_______._..___.,,_- .-- 3.25 ..*_ Power Lawn Mower ---.__ up

Phone 467S Phone 1Z5Z II per cent of workers in U. S. in- ical School and is now on leave I|order to provide broader services Shotgun. 12-ga...___....___...__._. 21.95 Si Brollmatter ...._._._.._.___.._ 4.25 .

dustries have paid vacations. from the Northwestern Medical 'I| to the State as a whole. Leather Travelling Kit.................... 5.95 Jft Lamp ...._. -'- _..._._m.. ...-- 9.85
-- ----- School. At a meeting in St. Louishe I! Also, a constitution and by- Outboard Motor._..___._._. 59.50 to 229.00 j Yi*$ Aloma War...._.._._...... -75 to 5.50

will discuss a paper on food I laws are expected to be adoptedMrs. Billfold . ..._........._...._ 1.00 to 1.65 kv Glass Ovenware................ .45 to 2.95

allergies to with starches.particular refer Frank Jackson. Tampa is Hunting Knife.._.._.._...._...._........... 2.65 K Coleman Gasoline Iron------------ MS

FOR YOUR CONVENIENCEThe I ence Dr. Bernstein corn and his associate.Dr. 1: president of the organization. Luggage ................._.................._.......... 29.95 S* Kitchen Cutlery..-............ 45 to 6.50.
...._..._.. 9.95
S. D. Klotz. this week were plane . ................... .._...... ...._ .50 J. Glass Coffee Maker Seti
notified they had been electedto Mission To Greeks Saddle.) B. Allen. .___.. . .................. 110.00 :. Quality Kitchen Utensils .20 to 6.27

membership In the American 'Needs More Time' Camp Stoves [Coleman] large.----.. 13.95 84 Electric Iron.... .._... ...... ......... 5.35up
Following Merchants Federation for Clinical Research. . w Pyrex Ware [Complete Line]

a national organization. ATHENS (AP] The American 1:if""':if""': ir.:Jt'jII', : "-:if""':#: CjII'jII'.4r., :ir.jII'Jr.jII', : Cloth.. Hampers. .................:..__ 4.35 up

:Mission: to Aid Greece told the Serving Tray. -. ...-......---

InCOLLEGE Veteran Gets Chair Greeks yesterday it had saved GIFTS FOR BOYS !. Electric Heating Pad. .............__ S.6S
them from national disaster but
In Niece's said more time is needed to repaid Pocket Knife ..._.......S .65 to S 2.50 Fowl Dissecting Sheari.......-..-... 4.35
the "critical military and Flashlight _. ___._._..___. 1.00 up l
PARKWILL (UP] Baby. economic situation." Steam .. 1 12.50 1" 1" 1.4If 1" 1" 1www.-'www"fjw" "

faced George NeilL 22, a Marine j The report. the mission's first Scout HatcheL_........_...: 2.35: M H"oSiI'J: I I IiI'oSiII': : :

combat ,veteran was convictedof I'I jto the Greek people. said more Wagon .............-...- 2.75 to 17.85 M
first degree murder last night !than $23 million worth of relief GIRLS
REMAIN OPEN UNTIL 9 P.M. for strangling his niece, Isabelle 1 suplies and 74,000 tons of military Tool Che.t......___........._..__.._....... 2.85 M GIFTS FOR

:Mallon. 11, when she threatenedto supplies were delivered Transport Carrier._...................... 2.98 M
__....$ 4-25
I I Roller Skates .__..._.._
the first five Model Planes. 2 for price of I .
tell her mother, Neill's sister, during program's
DECEMBER 15TH THRU 24TH he bad fondled and kissed her. !' months. A total of S7 million Dump Truck ...___............._____._ 1.98 Record Player._...--- -
The Jury fixed death in the electric -i worth of reconstruction is under Roller Skates.- 4.25 Dresser SetsCroquet .. .,....-...-------'-------- 2.95
1 way.Revised. Sets.-......-........ 10.35
chair as the penalty. Bicycle: [20" and 24" by Jan. 1 '

Galdwell & Harvey KEEN RADIO STEWART JEWELRY I ISthlVelocipede .........._......._____.. .... M Dolls ..... .......__._..$3.95 to 5.95 *

Crash Victim Hurled on Constitution .......___.......... 9.95 to 19.95 M Scooter ........ ..-___---.- 2.45 up
PHONOGRAPHS Support DiscountedOCALA Steel Construction Sets......._._._ 4.95 M Badminton Sett- --

& Appliance Repair RECORDS WATCHES 8ILYERW.RERadio & REPAIRS Farm House'Front Porch rAP] Dan H. Red- Bat ..... ......_ .... ......... 2.25 Archery Set-...-......-..- 19.95 5.75

ANAMOSA, la. [lAP) Two men fearn. chairman of a Florida Scout Knife......... ...__ 2.25 ?. Luggage .....____'.-
State Bar Assn. committee named M Radio [Arvin] .. ..---....-.---- 15.95 up
killed in --
were an automobile Game. Various Prices....... --
IMBERS GIFTS JOHNS HARDWARE The Sportsman ShopFINE accident three miles west of here to draft a revised State constitution Whiner Motor Bike [Complete.m' 149.95 Photo Frames _.____...._____..._............. 1.25
PAINTS early yesterday in which one of said yesterday he did not
FINE GIFTS FOR TOYS EVERYTHING MEN'S WEAR the victims was hurled from the release to the press the "first FOR EVERYBODY: Famous Lantz Bakery Co. Fruit Cake 3- or 5lb.

CHRISTMAS GIVING IN THE HARDWARE LINE Shirts-Pants_Pajamas 1 car onto the front porch of a I draft"The published.Miami attorney Dec. 4.told the Nuts fruits and goodies clear to the bottom. Not a raisin Im.rlWYCKO"'S !
farm house. The dead are Robert )
Association's mi '\'inter conference
I -
Arnold, 25 Cedar Rapids, FEED
COLLEGE PARK FERRIS Moore Furniture Helms Camera Shop I who was hurled onto the porch,, he regretted an impression : TUXEDO
had been received that the
5c & lOcSTORE FASHIONETTE and Ralph Hanson! 29. Marion. i "draft"' had the approval of either AND HARDWARE

THINGS BKAl'TIFl'IjFURNITURE K'er>thing in the I his special committee or the
Jerusalem was destroyed by State It does not "Where Merchandise Moves" Phone 2-2821
XMAS NEEDS FOR TINY TOTS Photographic Line organization. 2524 S. Kuhl Ave.
the Emperor Titus in the year have the approval of either, he I
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Page 4-A leer Sunfott Smlitttl-Star TB Emblems I Bankers Adopt Rules For ScholarshipsThe


i Florida Bankers Assn. has been forfeited will be reawarded FFA and 4-H Clubs of Florida
ALLEN 8 QUINBY adopted a set of rules and regulations I',, at the rate of not more 1 each will appoint a scholarship
"tn ON AUTO SERVICE Give A Thought To Cook! Next SaturdayIn to become effective Jan. i than two per year under the I committee which will be respon. I
ucvs its 1 regarding distribution ofj; same conditions as obtained sible not only for the selectionof
pl{{ fURNIN COMPLETE OVERHAUL SERVICEBy j honor of Orange County residents $1,000 for 10 scholarship awards I' with the original award. the recipients but also for ad-

c SpeciaUzior! In Buick Experts and Packard Er PAUL GALLICO -11: who have recovered from to be distributed throughout the The Florida Association of. minstration of the awards.
MOTOR TCNE FRONT END BRAKES the tuberculosis. Mayor Beardall has I -- --- -
t You must be kinder to
i Convenient Time Payment Plan ,JI/ -II4r s41 16F4 designated Saturday, Dec. 20, as State.Floyd M. Call executive secretary 1
REAR OF PARKING' LOT cook. Double-Barred sale I
0w. jr of srvF Cross Day for of the Florida Bankers
:51 W. Washington Ph. 31303rFLY ; ) Forgive this odd preamble to '$P5GAI )OAKS ,.. < of small replices of the interna I Assn., said yesterday that the

this weekly page of zananities 4 tional emblem of the campaign executive council, at its first NEXT //2L

-- -- but I have just been communingwith l. against TB, it was announced meeting after Jan. 1, will give I
I yesterday by Mrs. Ruth Wood.
myself and all of a sudden consideration to appropriation
." .jE .1 ruff chairman of the sale. 1 I
"'!" .''>;.,"1" "''' \4.1: :<- t the thought struck me-what fun "'$' I Special booths will be located of the scholarship fund.

t : t does a cook get out of life? There in the Post Office building, Sears I I From this fund $500 will be GET DUDA TIKES (
made available to Future Farmers I
she is, stuck away in the kitchen :''':: Roebuck and Penney's department
lit stores. Boy and Girl Scouts of America and $500; ()( for Boys'4H
rFIORIDflflIRIJflYS from morning until night amidst II will be in charge of the booths, i Clubs of Florida. The funds I

the pots and pans, bounded j Mrs. Woodruff said. ,will be distributed to these or
"i onl standing against It. In the Summer ,
the north by the range, on | it's got leaves. In the Win I Proceeds from the sale will 'ganizations by Sept. 1. I Ic I

I south by the icebox, on the east 'I ter it ain't. That's variety for be added to funds from the Purpose of the Florida Bankers :'
r by the sink and on the west by current TB Christmas Seal sale Assn. Scholarship awards Is'

to CHICAGO the icebox on the east by the 3'ou.The Old Man comes from the which opened NOT. :-. These I to provide encouragement and
sink and on the west by the gar office, and you brace him with, funds are the sole support of inspiration and some financial I

5% Hrs. Your fastest schedule $57.35 bage pailWhat's "Oh dear, I don't know what to the TB control activities of the I assistance to boys who have ;I
In It for her? Some I been, outstanding in their 411
do, really, the cook is so mean, Orange County Tuberculosis
ATLANTA bucks, one .day off a week, a she's got such a terrible temper, and Health Assn. it was pointed and FFA work in high school I i &
to place to sleep, every time I come near her she I out. I Scholarships are designed to
and day I promote encouragement to seek i
every complains about something or
$21.40 I Urging Orlandoans to buy the s
3% Hrs. the same scenery other, and today when I told her Double-Barred higher education and pursue i

.Via Connecting Airlines. AH Fares Plus Tax. %, stove, icebox about not using up so much butter said: crosses, MayorBeardall their academic studies through I

Connections to all principal points sink gar I mean really you don't "Without the control activitiesof to graduation at the University
bage pail stove know the butter bills I pay why this association and the cooperation of Florida. I

DAILY COMMUTER FLIGHTS TO icebox, sink gar. she positively screamed at me. 1 of our community, tuberculosis Selection of the 10 boys who I

GAINESVILLE JACKSONVILLE bage pail stove. If she wasn't such a good would be a far great-i will receive ..('holar.ohlp111
. No, you must rook, I wouldn't stand her for I| er menace than it is today. TBis he at the discretion of a scholarship -
Passengers Airmail Air ExpressFor really be more one more min . ." a communicable disease I committee from each of I

patient with i But who stops to think what I; spread from the sick to the well the two organizations.Given .
All Travel Reservations -"-" rTI"" ,
the cook.
Galileo the cook stands, day in and day and annually causes untold suffering -I equal leadership and :
What if she I
out? Breakfast, lunch dinner, and economic waste. Yet, achievement activities preference I
L- PHONE2-4568fJ does get a little stove, icebox, sink garbage pail, I if control measures were univer- will be given to those :
time peevishand
time to
sour yatata. yatata and tomorrow sally applied TB which annuallykills youths in actual need of financial j
out of sorts and a bit longon
the and short on the we'll have salmon salad. pop- 53.000 Americans" could be assistance. STAY ON TOP WITH
overs and upside-down -cake. completely eradicated. Eligibility is restricted to 4-II '
answers when you come Outside waltzingin to When she grouches because the Mayor Beardall pointed out and FFA boys who are outstanding
from the Great stove doesn't work and the delivery that the TB Assn.. operating en- in leadership and achieve-
break the happy news to her that DlIDAI
for dinner boy is late and the windows tirely from funds received by ment and are above the ninth I'
there will be three more
sale of Christmas Seals and
and would she are stuck and the fish grade in high school.
on Tuesday isn't fresh and the bacon isn't!:; Double-Barred crosses, this :year Call pointed out that under
tie 4nd rw fM mind changing her day off week the same as it used to be any .to date has screened more than rules St't up recipients will not I I
: Thursday to Friday this It takes surface traction to bring
relatives more, she isn't doing it to be 12,500 county residents in its IM limited in their choice of subjects i
: because you are expecting she's bored death I mobile X-ray unit and has been schools within the University '
mean, just to or -
trucks and
; I on Saturday so that meansno i and is raising a row to create a responsible for bringing to light : of Florida but funds received your big tractors through

/4th4f Smith day'off was upset Sunday last night and :Mr.because little excitement. She doesn't hundred of cases of TB whichare from scholarship awards Florida sand and muck!
really want to make trouble, all now under treatment. will IK used by the students for
the was too salty.
soup she needs is a little lovin' and board and room only and will
He urged "everyonewear
to"do :;
What do expect
i yon of what lie disbursed at discretion of the Tires Give Traction
some news goes on on a Itoulilr-llarrrd cross as Duda Airplane
sin" ;; Glory; Hallelujah, and '
the other side of those swinging I respective scholarship commit-
break into the Mop Dance out an emblem to show they are

\ I of Brothers joy? and sisters, leave us 1 doors.To her, Pop is a chameleon, aimed supporting directly a campaign. at complete that is tees.The scholarships may be usedat INVESTIGATE TODAY

4V:5di never the same two minutes the eradication from Orange County any time providing that the
face it. Being a cook is a
he and the recipient enters the University
way wants things of dread and
a dangerous
mal life. The only time people
I i way his tastes change. Mom is a disease." of Florida not later than one Inc.
\ i i come to see her, talk to her or machine gun loaded with an unending year from the date of beginningof
; give her a smile is when they belt of orders, and Junioris "This program can not be continued the Fall term following graduation
have cavities to fill. The only a smaller edition of the Grand ," he said, "unless each of from high school. 1310 S. Orange Blossom Trill Phone S06&
j I time they show any interest in Canyon and just as unfillable. us lends our support financially Scholarships: not used in this
Id7ri7r 'her is three times a day, five Who cares about whether she and spiritually. The record of period III bo forfeited and will ORLANDO, FLORIDA
I minutes before breakfast, lunch is lonely or tired or bored or our TB Assn. is a splendid one revert to t > scholarship fundof
i I and dinner. How would you like what she thinks about all day and it will continue to be a proudone the --pe'' f organizations
to dwell perpetually in a world if we continue our support." Scholarships which have,
long on that endless grand tour
'cut off by a swinging door - -
of garbage pail, sink icebox and
through which you are not sup- Cotton fibers are about 91.3 per
sto'e110 takes the troublenot
posed to come unless you are cent pure cellulose and 7 per cent
only to give her a peek from
lugging a leg of lamb or a roast water.
behind the scenes onto the fam-
ham with pineapple rings and
ily stage, but to let her tread the
that mashed sweet potatoes. boards from time to time? Free for AsthmaIf
Jifftrfnt lipstick I
AB excitingly The parlor maid, or the zombie -
s I off( drink off who is permitted to dust or Some of us do, but most of us
...down easily eat or
you suffer with uttarks' of Asthma and
don.t.nd then when
the beds and clean out the
rhokr and use for breath It restful sleepIs
: . is non-drying . smooth andtlecV 'ash trays in living room at least seems to be miffed or sore, difficult because of the struggle: to
t a ata the new silhouette . and gets a break from the deadly or a sour old grouch, we blameit brut Frontier he, Asthma don t fail Com to pan"send for al I a pore FREE to trial the

monotony.She on her. of the FRONTIER ASTHMA MEDICINE a ,.
blooms your lips in a corsage preparation for temporary symptomatic t
upon i isn't restricted to the tiny Don't you think we could all relief of paroxjrsma of Bronchial Asthma

'r fI.. of romantic colon I -j.u JOtter o pi..... area backstage in the household. be a little kinder to the cook? No hare matter filth In where any you medicine live or under whether the sun you li
: but out into the front rooms
gets send today for this free trial. It..1I1 cost
J:. where she can try out ;your la- The first Egyptian dynasty you nothini Cautionl Use only as directed
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test brand of perfume on FRONTIER ASTHMA: CO., 309-B Frontier Bid,
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;!; ''uiia!; &r1tti1trl-&'tttr THE I MERRY-GO-ROUND I II I' THE PUBLIC THOUGHT

ORLANDO. FLORIDA_ 'Tragic Navajo Tale ,'QMAMEN Con New Game Suggested To Give

bed weekly. New Year* Da,. Fourth of July.! Labor
IDar. Th nk!nivlTHt Day and Christmas by Sentinel-Star Co.IfOrlando PEARSON I
Dally Newspaper Ine 1 at 238 South Oran,* A*... By By JOHN BRANSCOMB _ _ I
I Orlando. Fla. I WASHINGTON most sordid chapter In Hunting SportsmanshipEditor
I Entered as second-class matter at the Post Office at the tragic story of the Navajo Indians has never 'II There weren't many pictures made of me are, but he inspires your best to come out of hid

I Orlando. florid*. under the Act of March 3d. 1878._ I leaked out. It is the story of the white men when I was a baby, because I was the sixth of ing so that It may appear In the photograph.Some 11 : Why do you continueto

I rCLEPHONES: Advertising Want Ads tll1: EditoriaL who are exploiting the Navajos and making 10 children. The first tooth, the dimple in baby's folks don't know how they look to I run pictures of these smug iVi"JC CP 'f Vpcrv

I General Information 3-168 Only KM Per Yr 9 money on their misery. Specifically it is the cheek, the first step. and the curls on my head, others. They have never seen themselves. There i! hunters with the carcass of '" 'W 79flPCdC ,:

Subscription- Price--Sunday story of 105 traders who maintain an economic had gotten to be old stuff after a half-dozen child- was an old Negro philosopher who used to say I I some beautiful deer draped .; "

MARTIN ANKISIN. EDITH AM. PUBLISHU stranglehold on the resenation-all with the ren had made their advent into our household.I "If you'd sit up on the fence and watch yo'self ;across the front of them? What

1C W. LINITT. Bus. Ms HIH T BALCH. EWTOHIAI Diitcroa U. S. Government blessing. i imagine I must have been a beautiful baby, con go by, you'd just laugh yo'self to death." And chance did the deer have againstthe

fAIL HOUIOAN. MAMASIM IlL MIlTON J. AUSTIM. Aav. Ma*. Federal statute gives the Commissioner of sidering the old saying that all homely people it's the truth. | man with his trained dog
I HAIOIS HAMIITON CII. MH. NOISUT CONSOHNI.SIC.-Tlu.a. were beautiful at birth. but I don't have much We would get somewhat of a severe shock If 'and gun? To me it would be far
I J. W. LIMMOM Crrr CII. MCI. R. T. MILU. Trro Surr.I ,, Indian Affairs sole power to regulate tradingand evidence for my infantile pulchritude since only we could really see how we look. I heard about more sporting for two huntersto
I RMUT F. WALTI!. CLASS. M... CHAlLiS MIDIIN. Turn Swrr. prices but imposes upon old go out with their dogs and
of little
is mountaineer
him the duty of keeping prices one picture me as a thing extant. an who had never seen a mir-
Member el The Associated Prcsi ror. He went into the village and found a looking guns and hunt each other. This -- .
"fair and reasonable. Though Once I held that baby picture in my hand ----
method would have
The Associated to the use Press for re-publication is exclusively of entitled aDnews the law is intended to protectthe and looked into the innocency of that tiny face, glass, and seeing his face in it, he cried, "That'sa I j each an you equal chance, given man i 10

dispatches accredited:: to tt or not Indians actually it is administered and thought; on all of the petentialitles and picture of pa. I'll take it home." He hid It against man and his love to kill.
otherwise accredited in this and in
paper the
away frequently went down to |
e also the local news published herein. in such a way thatit latent forces represented' in that little baby, What do we mean by the word
AU rights for re-publication of special prevents competition and and felt a sense of guilt; for the part I, as! a man. look at pa's picture. His wife observed his strange sport? THANK YOU!

dispatches herein are also reserved. benefits the unscrupulous trader. had played in the frustration and failure of actions, and one day she slipped down to the F. W. BATES. Please make your PUBLIC

PAGE 6-A DECEMBER 14, 1947 Each trader is permitted to fix these capacities coming to full realization.I barn to see what her old man was up to. She I' THOUGHT letters brief We
saw him gazing at the mirror, and when he had
his own prices, and is not required resolved that when I get to be a man and would like them typewritten
gone she got it and looked at it. She cried out, Attendance Urged At double If
spaced. possible.!
to pay any rent. could afford to have my picture taken, I woulddo ......
"So that's the old
hag he's interested in. If
I you World federalist THE EDITOR. .
The full is told in a sup- it often Meeting
r story so as to preserve my likeness for my and I could see our real selves would
Our Program pressed report by Max Drefkoff j posterity. Some four or five years ago I had a them?" we recognize Editor: There Is no more important

Elimination! of Political I Job Duplication. I a consultant for the Bureau of picture made that pleased me very much. It resembled I like to have question before the American I flag in the United States. Hitler's

Lower Taxes. Efficiency: is Government.TODAY'S iI i Pearson Indian Affairs, who spent three' me enough for people to recognize whoit make my pictures my because photographer he starts friend emotions to people today than that of I blitz attack on the British royal
the called "cold" with
I months on the Navajo Reservation last Summer was, but there the similarity ceased. and the and attitudes so war home was worth a dozen divisions
working within that In a
put me Russia.
I and reported bacK to the Indian Affairs Commissioner picture was right good. So good, in fact, that I frame of mind to be I to the then tottering
THOUGHTS: proper photographed to I The American people are apparently -I British morale. Every Britisher
in language.
the best advantage.; He brings best self to more or less indifferentto
And one of you say unto them, Depart In Drefkoff told how the my took the attack as a personal one.
Pulling no punches the front. He ? this terribly important -
"beauty [ ] out of me thatI question. The
peace, be ye warmed and filled, notwithstandingye white traders were piling up huge fortunes while 4.;. didn't know I possessed.And I" A recent article in the United States cannot afford -
give them not those things which are needfulto starved and the Indian service to protest the above situa-
the Navajos need "Magazine Digest" quotes several -
the body what doth it profit?-James 2:16.: we a great spiritual standard and tion. We may need the air fieldsof
; closed its to unfair practices. Traders are American British and Rus-
I eyes pattern that will do that for us in the realm of :I Britain as much
ringing up four times! more profit than merchants j the spirit. That function is fulfilledby sian scientific Journals to the effect as
When thy brother has lost all that he ever had. gloriously may need our aid at some date
off the reservation, he reported. For instance, the Master. He reveals what God is like and the Russians have the atomic in the near future.
and lies languishing, and even gasping under the I for 15 cents elsewhere in bomb; this in turn means that
canned goods selling holds before
out vision of what
us a be-
we can "Nations have the right to do
utmost extremities of and distress dost that Russians
poverty undoubtly are
States cost the Navajos 33 cents. prepared
the United come. To spend a while in His is whatever
presence an experience is for the
thou think to lick him whole again only with thy at 15 cents. to use it in case of war. necessary
Nickel soda pop priced which brings nobler and
our finer qual-- of
? South. which would mean the end of purpose continuing and developing
tongue _ _ _ Drefkoff discovered calico cloth selling as ities to the front Our hearts burn within us as civilization. their existance-to wit:

low as' 39 cents and as high; as $1.35 per yardat I we companion with Him along the way. And He i There is an organization in Or- to organize itself as it may

Indians AgreeI different trading posts. enables us to grow in spirit so that each picture lando "The World Federalist choose."

N THE ANNOUNCEMENT that the governments According to the Drefkoff report the traders I that is revealed of us along the way manifests' Committee" headed by Mr. Harry L V. HANES

of India and Pakistan have clip the Navajos both coming and going-both in qualities that are like unto the spirit that is Voorhees, and of which Rabbi I Veteran.

selling and buying. Cash is scarce on the reservation have continued to use that one for cuts and mats. in Him. \\ith-I': Skop is secretary This organi--

reached an agreement comes hope that and the Indians must barter for their For the past four ;years 1 grew accustomed to When I was a lad of nine, my father took me i i zation is strongly backing up the Saute Explains Term

other governments which are beset with goods. Chief product is wool which sells off that picture and thought that was the way I to New York City with him. It was necessary !! United Nations. Prof. Saute 'Citizen of World'

political problems will find a way to circum- the reservation at the rock-bottom price of 40 looked to others. A few weeks ago a man invitedme for him to come back to Baltimore a few days i [Head of the World Government Editor: I was!' very much interested .

vent their differences and live in agree- cents per pound. The traders will give no more to speak and asked for a picture for a program early for business reasons, so he left me with Department in Rollins College] in the report of Mr.

than 30 cents.! but he insisted that he wanted a recent relatives in the Big Town. Later I was placedon I and Dr. Hamilton Holt are prime Fred W. Smith's address before

ment.There Is no strife so bitter as that which What little wealth a Navajo may accumulateis picture declaring the other was too juvenile in the train to join him in Baltimore. I made i movers in held this!' organization. ,, the Lion's Club in The Orlando

springs from religious differences, and the habitually invested in jewelry and instead of its appearance. That shocked me. But I had friends with some lovely women en route and j| day Meetings of the are month.the The third next Tues-one !! :Morning Sentinel of Wednesday,

lines were sharply drawn between the two drawing from a bank when he gets hard up, he another picture made, and the other day the showed them some pictures that we had made in will be the'lGth of December in Dec. 10.

Indian governments set when Britain pawns a piece of jewelry. But outrageous Interest proofs came back and then I saw what the man New York. Arriving in Baltimore. my father the Chamber of Commerce Bldg. I While I agree that world understanding ..

up I rates soon force him to forfeit. One trader meant I put a copy of the old picture beside the did not come to the train and I grew frightened. : The speaker will be Mr. Bill Connell is necessary for ..
of that domain. If the Hindus
pulled out who also operates a pawn shop at Gallup, N- M., new and the difference was amazing. So that's Finally he showed up in great excitement. saying commentator of WORZ. The I world peace, I believe that political -

and Moslems can reach an agreement thereis just off the reservation, charges as high as 120 the way I look now. I'm going to have to get that he expected me to come to the station and ;; public is urgently invited to bei {I organization will either

hope that the Jews and Arabs and the per cent interest. used to maturity from now on. had wondered what had happened to me, when j i I present. promote or defeat that under-

Russians and Western Europe can also solve three women came up and asked If he had a lit- J. C. HOWELL. I standing and therefore shouldbe
In the words of the great Apostle. "When I I!
their differences.For Last Summer the Tribal Council appealed to became tie boy on the train. Then they told him of recognizing considered first. It Is tin-
the Indian Commissioner either to charge the I a man I put away childish things, him because they had seen him In the I|I More Applause Comes likely that international anarchythe
a time it seemed that all. India I Juvenile pictures as well as juvenile ways. absence of enacted, Inter
traders rent or else two per cent of their profit picture and because the little boy on the train
For ; ; /
would.be engulfed in a bloody Holy war. ThanksgivingJJUB preted, and enforced world law
and turn the receipts over to a relief fund for There's a difference between a picture and a looked so much like him.I ,
Thousands lost their 'lives in bitter Editor: On my return home a I -that we have today will create
'I Indigent Indians. portrait. A picture is what the mechanical device like that. My father was a good dad, andI I I
week from a six-week stayin I a world community favorable to
I ago
clashes. There are still some disordersand sees. A portrait is what artist A honored
an sees. am to resemble! him. I'd like to look
Each trader keeps six to eight acres of land, Florida, I found your master- peace. On the other hand,
continue limited scale picture shows the surface. A portrait reveals the much like Father that when I
they may on a rent free although this land belongs to the so my Heavenly piece of a newspaper, The organizations, such as for
however, with the governments in agree- Indians by treaty. soul. I have a friend who is a photographer.He's travel toward the City Eternal th.re"ill be Thanksgiving Day Sentinel-Star. I example our own federated sys-

ment wholesale slaying of inhabitants The Commissioner of Indian Affairs, however i a genius. He's the kind of an artist who those who will recognize me because I look I didn't know there was as much : tern. have provided the frame-

should stop. ignored the Tribal Council's plea for com : creates an atmosphere when he plans to take a like My Father. energy and initiative anywhere i work within which community
pensation. picture of you so that he is able to get the win How do you feel about it? Have you had your in the United States. 'Interests and well-being have

The Arab world is now organizing to "Nowhere in the United States," declared dows of ;your soul open. Thus the lens dips picture made lately? Check on yourself to see I Big Congratulations! ! I flourished over large areas.It .

fight the partition of Palestine. It presagesa Drefkoff In his report "can anyone establish a down into the interior of life and brings to the if you are growing more and more like the Mas You may be sure I will be is not quite accurate to ask

Holy war with far reaching repercussions profitable business without paying rent. It is surface for a fleeting moment a spark which you ter. Close fellowship with him will put you In most receptive In the future to for U. S. citizens to realize that

for the Arabs are not only bitter at the Jews, I, almost unbelievable that the Navajo people hardly knew you possessed. In that manner this the mood that will be conducive to a countenancethat anything from your paper. I I they are citizens of the United

but the United States which suggested the should be denied the right to charge rent for the photographer is able to get the best out of you. will reflect His likeness in your face. am lending this issue for several Nations, because that Is not a

division. This country has reached valu- I use of their property." It isn't that he makes you look better than you AMEN AND AMEN. : days to many persons. supernational state but rather a
I league of sovereign States. True
able commercial agreements with certainof As a result of profiteering. the traders' homesare Arlington, Va.
each of us should consider the
the Arabic countries, especially oil con- palatial alongside the one-room Navajo CRACKER POLITICS j I interests of the world. well as

tracts. These countries are now talking of hogans, patched together with mud and straw. Royal family Expense. I of our own country In deciding

abrogating the agreements.This I One trader recently gave his son a brand new Account Defended ;upon questions of policy, but

would be most pleasing to Russia, Packard as a wedding gift. Some traders take LaborSupportA Kiss Of Death ? :. Editor The attacks being made I i until a world government 1*

who oddly enough is in agreement with the in as much as $100,000 per year. on the royal family because of expenditures I| established with which the In-
Contrasted with this Drefkoff sums up conditions I I dividual has direct obligations
on the marriage of the
United States on the partition plan, but not among the Navajos as follows: By ALLEN NORRISTALLAHASSEELabor I I ceed where others failed? I I rades which split labor from heir apparent are not well I I I and privileges, there is not much

averse to capitalizing on any misfortune The average Navajo lives on 1,200 caloriesper expects > "This committee is not going everybody else in 1940. and the founded in law or fact. The ., real content 'to the term' citizen

which might come to this country becauseof day. less than the Germans; only one child in to play this election smart. to tell anybody how they should clumsy fight?; against?; the open British people have always cele- I: of the world.

its support of forming a Jewish State. five stands a chance of reaching his fifth birthday That's the reason for the vote" declares Heaton. "Instead shop amendment which rip-saw brated such occasions. The celebrating -I' We who are working to '
I United Labor Political Committee each candidate's record on public ed labor's friends in the follow- strengthen, the UN In order tot
And Russia wants all the oil it can get and ; 88 per cent of the population cannot read of such events is part of '
drawing for politi- matters will be compiled and ing :meet the problems it will have
together ;years.A law
desirous of short or write; the reservation. which supports 61.000 the English Parliamentary
is ,
cutting our supply ,
cal action the five big organiza- shown. The voter's own good to face do not criticize the progress -
Navajos. who are increasing at the rate of big element In those lickings and is standard operating pro-
that which is derived in Asia.
especially tions in the State and representing judgment should decide him j I I of the organization over
Therefore it is most essential that the 1,200 per year. could not support 5,000 whites. 235.000: dues-paying: unionists. then." was! that labor's rank-and- cedure. I the past two years and three
I "The miserable conditions [of the Xava- I file had no real voice In the i According to the New York
But the world Is
months. not
Arabs be conciliated to the new Jewish state More than half of those he- The committee is organizing I, i
j Joel.] writes Drefkoff, "is traceable to neglectby ; making of the decisions. Times, the British Government I static and neither organization !
can an -
before warfare breaks out. If the long to unions in the AFI/s down to the grass roots, with I
open their guardian.; spent the sum of $20,000 on the 1 that is set to maintain
Florida Federation of Labor, of precinct workers to see their When the order to support I up
Hindus and Moslems were able to solve I And their guardian happens to be Uncle Sam. which James A. Harper of neighbors. Whitehair came down from a festivities incident to the mar- peace based on justice. be static.

their differences, the Jews and Arabs should Note-Most indignant over the way Uncle West Palm Beach In president. Periodic polls are to betaken clique of labor leaders and politicians riage. Every four years in the If we can combine the understanding -
also. is the Navajos are his red brothersI 1 United States we spend upwards I called for by Mr. Smith
_ _ I Sam treating Harper also chairman of the so the State committeemay Spessard Holland was
I I in Latin America. Both Fascists and Commun- political committee. learn what people are able both to offset this and to of $10 million on a Presidential I together with action for adequate

When Minorities Control i ists are using the story as fuel to stir up theI The other organizations represented talking about politically. arouse resentment by displayinghis election for which we account political organization outlined all

I 30 million full-blooded Indians south of the in the committee and "Labor is going to be abso- public record on labor legislation and untold millions spent sur too sketchily here, we shall cer-

SMALL ORGANIZED MINORITIES can border. Most active agitators are "Iexico'srightist their spokesmen are: lutely fair with every candidate," as a State Senator. reptitiously. tainly move forward toward attaining

large numbers of people who are Sinarquistas and Peru's leftist Apristas. International Association!: of assures Heaton. He denies flatly With those unionists who In the British system of Gov- our GEORGE goal. SAUTE.

too busy to group themselves for protectionor I Machinists. Goode Carr of Jacksonville that labor officially had any part stopped to compare the two men. ernment a situation the royal similar family to that occupies Director Institute of World Gov

are too occupied pursuing their own If ;you want to look up Henry Wads worth ; Congress of Industrial in the suggested organization of Whitehair was placed at a disadvantage held by the Constitution and the ernment. Rollins College

personal interests think about supporting Longfellow, you don't have to go to the Libraryof 'IOrg-anizations. John G. Lackner "beat Watson" clubs, and adds for never having servedin
Congress. You can find him in the flesh at Df: Dade City: Southern Federa- strength to the idea this actually public office, he had no com
their government. Administration. In fact. tion of Telephone Workers G. Ki was the brainchild of some parable record. THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON
I the Veterans' you can !
Such has been the condition in France
Standen of Jacksonville and the shrewd friend of the Attorney''
find many famous figures of the past with namesakes i Thus, Holland won many labor
the last several weeks. There a handful of Railroad Brotherhoods. T. II. General. while the unions'
in Government offices. votes belligerent -
Communists took over the labo; federationsand Henry Wadsworth Longfellow is an executivei Hutchinson of Lakeland. "We don't regard the open ; indorsement of Whitehair Loyalty Under Persecution
forced workers leave their Those are the policy-makers. shop amendment as an issue of
to jobs. i assistant in the Veterans' Administration legislative drove votes away from him out
Some two weeks ago the French selected! branch. A friendly gruff-spoken man who The administrate" head of tht'rommitt..f' the campaign for Governor," re- side labor because many people Brings Book Of RevelationI
a* executive secretary ports Heaton, "although we'llgive afraid of Governor
were having: a
a premier with a German name, Robert has 30 years of Government service behind
is Wendell C. Heaton. attention to that in the leg- I
labor for his
Schuman, who has proved to be a strong him he is not given to boasting about the (i Heaton. who !settled: in Floridain islative races." frankly election.beholden The tide to then be- I I WILLIAM E. GILROY. O.D. 7:9-17

man. Unafraid of the Communists, he has family tree. His paternal grandfather was!'; a 1923 after taking a look at the Heaton says the political com- was 1 Scripture: Revelation 2:8-11;
to turn.
waged open war against their effort to second cousin of the author of Evangeline, but, country following his! return mittee will be interested in all ginning The Book of Revelation came out of a period of crisisin

the nation. As a last resort he unlike the poet.. he is a man of few words. from France as a !soldier: was campaigns and not that for Governor Because times!' were good, the early days of Christianity, when the faith of the

paralyze workers who desired Longfellow's favorite expression Is: "That' 'president of the Florida Federa- alone. Labor. for example, with wages high and )prices disciples was being put to the most acute test in the fires
used the to protect -
army > obvious, I guess.. He uses this in replying to tion of Labor between 1931 and has a big stake in vocational education under (control there was no of terrible persecution.

to return to their jobs. most questions, including the one about his 1939! a period when labor madeits and the State School voting solidarity among labor written Christians to be firm
It to
Conditions are bad when it is necessaryto favorite poet. greatest pains both in the Superintendent should be sympa over the so-called "rijEht-to- was encourage! ,

use the Army to protect a citizen's rightto George Washington descended from the State and in the nation. thetic. Legislators further are work" amendment. I and to give them and a their sense ultimate of '4 IIC.od's

had to that Heaton now a Tallahassee attorney in position to nibble at the j presence secret code, though its symbols -
earn a living. They come I brother of Gen. Washington is assistant solicitor away Many a craftsman doubtlessly i deliverance and blessedness

pass because of the highly-organized effortsof general of the United States; John Adams (no .' was! a carpenter at West legal rights won by labor in the resented privately the initiationfee. (; if they endured to the and figures would be understood

the minority in France doing Moscow's j relation to the second President! is clerk of the Palm Beach when he came intolabor's past. quick turnover and other end. by those for whom it

Senate Armed Services::; Committee. The Securities leadership.Vhile hehasn't This i is to be a permanentpolitical war job abuses which caused the The time, according to Biblical was written.
bidding.But worked at his trade since organization; active In amendment to be written into
Exchange Commission boasts an Andrew scholars was in the reign of the
when the citizens saw the troops in the early 1930s.! Heaton exhibited campaigns during election the Constitution. about Dogmatic interpreters who are
1 Domitian
Jackson while Alfred Tennyson is chief 1 Emperor
the coal fields and other places of business, oldtime !skill with the tools in the year and concerned with the totalitarian sure that they have the right
drives to- A. D.. when
counsel of the unpoetic Bureau of Narcotics. Adversity people 90
guaranteeing them protection, they flocked and the National Capital Park and Planning i repair of his home last Summer. Legislature; in the off-years. gether.: The pendulum has swung ,''and' tyrannical power of the State, key and understand all its mys'teries

back to work by the hundreds of thous- Commission has a nostalgic link with the past!; | He was In exile during the Apart from politics the affiliates hark enough from labor's gains ':, which we have seen so ruthless will condemn me for suggesting -
when the I In will their
ands, proving that the populace had been through its! chairman. Gen. V. S. Grant. 3d. year leadership go separate ways of the 1930s! to cause concern. in its persecutions in our own that much in the Bookis
Florida plajed with political : in the the
off their the assumption of scrapping as past over Nationally.. there has been the time was dominant. In that rule difficult and of doubtful in
bluffed jobs by grandson of the famous Civil I Warrior and Presi fire and got; burned. right to represent employes of
Taft-Hartley bill and the lifting of power, pone insane. the wore But the very fact
the Communists. dent. terpretation.
authority on the part of i Heaton came back in 1945! as this or that plant.
of the Emperor was made a
: of price controls: in Florida ship that the interpretations differ so
WASHINGTONTREADMILL I j I general counsel after Harper was * i open shop amendment and. even test of loyalty to the State. It much is the surest evidence of
elected president of the Florida There are observers who argue not enough that the Christ-
more frightening, the tendency was what I am suggesting.
Federation to succeed Leo Hill of labor's club-footed support cost I ian citizen should be loyal to the : difficult to .
I to narrow the scope of unemploy--I I I But if much is understand
Jacksonville. who had followed Francis Whitehair the Governorship -I ment rights. I empire. He was called on to ; much also is sublime

Floating Marine Lab Planned Charles Silva of Tampa. Labor in 1940.! and its eqaully I i labor's tThat's political ''show that loyalty by an act of :, and moving in its beauty and

was very much in the headlines! fumbling opposition sent Tom why for I idolatry worse than that of bow-1]I I power and there is an unfailing
.... during the regime of Hill and Watson !sailing hack as Attorney 'I committee may mean ing down to wood and stone-the i I sureness in the assertion of
By FRANK A. KENNEDY up data to suport the floating the cost;: says Congressman Pet Silva.! General in 1041. II candidates! this time, rather thana sacrilege of setting up a man, God's eternal power the ultimate

WASHINGTON The Gulf laboratory idea. The Red Tide erson. How docs! Heaton hope to suc- 1( You'll recall the red fire pa- kiss of death.methods. and a very bad man at that, in 1!'I: triumph of right, and the crown _

fisheries resources which were was a spectacular catastrophe, WKATIIKK: "CE: TR.\I.S" I'the place of God. .,I of glory for all who endure to
ravaged by the Red Tide and but there have been others' justas The odds seem to favor the I In it was no
return of Jacksonville seemed to he the Air Force how to cut downa some respects ; the end. ..
other marine diseases may find damaging. The sponge blightof ot the Weather Bureau's the service needed ball the the unofficial For sterner a test than many have I
under termsof the "30s. and the current disappearance pine tree. or more particularly. Meanwhile From these passages that
future protection
central hurricane time.
warning station I
Southeastern !States. Committee. had to face in our own
a new bill now being draftedby of California sardines from Miami to Jacksonville what trees not to fell. est Products Steering of disobedience in refusing thrill us with their majesty,
The nearest Atlantic "central"is a bi-partisan group of which penalty with their positive note of
former chair represented huge losses to the and
Rep. Peterson before the advent of another Much of the Eglin Field reservation such dishonest and blasphe-
of the House Fisheries Sub- fisheries industry and to the at Washington. D. C., with one Sikes is permanent chairman, hope and triumph, we can get
committee.The man nation as a whole.Mr. 1 storm season. at New Orleans serving the up- formerly was the Choc- intends to explore other military I'mous worship, was hardly more I some idea of what the Book
At an annual Weather Bureau per Gulf of Mexico. Faster warn- tawhatchee National Forest. reservations where the Armed severe than that that thousands meant to those who could understand -
Lakeland Congressman is Pete pointed out that the Since the Air Force took it over have suffered, as
conference here this week the ing service could be provided at Services may be tempted to cut i in this century the meaning of evel'7figure
shooting for an appropriation of Federal Government suffers" transfer was aired thoroughly. Jacksonville, most experts some months ago Sikes learned down some trees. The committee 'the mass executions, gas chambers and symboLThe
SI million to set up a floating large losses" of revenue in corporation It was brought out that the ear- agreed.In of indiscriminate: lumbering operations wants the Eglin Field set-up I and ovens of destruction I

marine laboratory with supple- and income taxescierylinie lier transfer of the warning "cen- point of personnel and on the reservation and duplicated the country over, bear witness.If fact that Christianity did

mentary shore installations. Its a blight of any de- tral" was a war measure, to af equipment. the transfer looked asked that the work be halted, wherever large tracts! of timber the Book of Revelation, with survive all the powers that

field would lx the Gulf, the MTiption falls upon ba'oiepro! ford tighter liaison with Army unimportant. Several clerks and pending a study by the 1.'. S. For- have come under the jurisdictionof its symbolism and its strange and sought to destroy it, is proof

Caribbean. and the Atlantic waters ducing industries.:' and Navy activities on the lower technicians would he transferred est Sen ire.I Federal agencies other than colorful images, is in many parts that the Book did bring to the

oft the Southeastern States. Development of new maritime peninsula. Storm hazards sucha : the Miami f' bureau wouldbe 1 .\ forest! management pro- the Department of Agriculture hard to understand and doubt sorely persecuted Christians the

Remrcti:: ami exploration wouldbe resources: through exploration ?;: kmvked the Miami centralout undi.sturlr grant now has been del eloped which contains the Foret Ser ful of interpretation. it is becauseof strength and inspiration,

the new project s goals.At extermination of predatory fUh. of commission during the with foresters and agronomists vice. Camp Stewart near Savannah the dangers?; that beset both its i i through their Master, that they

the Congressman's request. rehabilitation of barren or over- September storm would be fewerat PRACTICAL CO.NSKKVATIOX I in charge. Future timber cut. may be next in line. and author and its readers in those I so much needed.

three Departments-Interior, Agriculture fished grounds and many other Jacksonville. -Rep. Sikes of Crestviewis ting will be and State-are working ventures easily would justify The chief argument in favor winning his fight to teach I with the beat conservation the far west. 1 It was written la a sort of 1 was for theirs.ijItr .

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Just across the street from h Q" FOOT BALLS LIGHTING FIXTURES
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and for customers of l ',.'. -.I BASKET BALLS
CARLISLE HUGHES Fancy Freaks Seen In Year's AccidentsCHICAGO ; . : [fi; III Select your fixtures with

SPORTING GOODS \t VOLLEY BALLS R I ' ' individuality, distinction

[AP] Without even without Fishermen Katsuml Ni-1 I jj TENNIS RACQUETS TABLE TENNIS BOXING GLOVES and design for good (light-
103 W. Pine Tel. 6814 I ing.Johnson.
individuals shitawa and Woodrow Wakatsu- j
trying, new unsung JX i ERECTOR SETS ROLLER SKATES
HUNTING SUPPLIES . TOYS .I (i performed fancy feats this year SANXS FzE kl realizing their dream of a record -

FISHING TACKLE REPAIRS ,that might have stumped Holly- 81 eyter mackerel catch. They tried !t I S JOSEPH BUMBY HARDWARE CO. Electric Co.

----- -/n- ---- -- --- ,wood's most hardened stunt men. hard-but that was the tro ble. :( ORLANDO WINTER PARK R ll IJ 23 E. Church St. Phone
-: 5138
With luck substituting for skill They hauled in so many fish the .; ;f
nnn sryrnssnr. snn xnnnnnn> nrsnnxt
CAR OWNERSDon't I and daring, they escaped with weight sank their boat.

scratches or an occasional broken .. -
Be Denied the RightTo bone.The ;
National Safety Council
Drive Your Cart I In its annual roundup of freak V v

: accidents, listed these! headliner .
The best way to protect yourself for 1M7: 1
is with American Fire
an !
Mrs. Anne McGinnis of Wash-
& Casualty: Company: policy. Marksbnry of Centralla, Mo.,
ington, fell from a fourth floor
SAVE MONEY-Bring your motor tnf fire struck a clothes line crawled uninjured from the
Mrial number. Four month to Hy escape I wreckage. She took a look at
the premium. at the third floor level, was flip- ,
the debris, fainted and suffered
ped through a window and land
'" DON MOTT a cut over her eye in the fall.
ed in the second-floor bathroomof
startled neighbor. Leroy Thurman struggled trying
Ph. 8116 128 S. Court St. a
Charles Wilfred Arter, pitboyin to open a case of compressed

.__.. a South Yorkshire, England, bedsprings in Oklahoma City.
mine, fell down a 1,554-foot shaft The case flew open, the springs
;::: : I and suffered only a broken leg. catapulting him against the ceil

,, : / Halfway down, he overtook an ing. He was placed on a bed t
I elevator cage that was descend with springs-in a hospital.

,, ing almost as fast as he was. He As Fireman Horace Leboufwas
landed on its roof and rode the carrying Catherine Markow-
rest of the way down. ski down a ladder of a burning a
In Lille, France, Yvon Dherire, building in Detroit, flames shot
a tile setter, fell six stories froma out of a first floor window as he ,
y f l roof toward a baby buggy be-
/ ; was passing it. lie lost his bal
low. The observant mother' ance, dropped Mrs. MarkowskI
,, frantically snatched the infant'] and landed on top of her. She was
to safety. Dherire hit the buggy
bruised. He was unhurt but '
squarely and was unhurt. As the apologetic. s' ,

: INNERSPRING : baby gurgled its appreciation, the :, Stanley Morrison of Merbury- P 1t
mother faulted and broke
port Conn., ran into his father
BOX SPRINGS : ankle. unexpectedly one day. When
After her had turned
I car Stanley's truck nosed into the
HOLLYWOOD BEDS : over fire times, Mm. Lee "
'side of a passenger train at a ; .
j MANUFACTURED TO YOU I crossing, the engineer stoppedthe ON CHRISTMAS GIFTS
DfACTO AJ. o PRICES train and hurried back to see i' )

Y / Air Mail Now the damage. He was Stanley'sdad. ' '
Ysttreu Renontlna A SpeelaltADfWDera ,- i .r
0 lD Central Florida
I i When a car was stolen in Hollywood -
I, "CUI Sleep C.Better Today ToalftfECHOLS / the owner borrowed a Our fine line of fishing
Last Card Hope neighbor's and started for the altT

BEDDING CO. police station to report the loss. i equipment includes Montague, 1
Another car smacked his borrowed -
la Sanford h'Wy Jut Routs .*
tho Underpass 1 Air mail still provides a chanceto car from behind as he was returning -
and South Bend
.T, ,4 Phone Winter Park 11* catch up for those people who home. .me...: y Shakespeare,
P. O. Boa 287. Orlando FU. ,
failed to mail out-of-State Christmas

i. ...................... .. cards by last Wednesday, as damage He got, recognized out to examine the the car N ,. fly rods-$.t.0 to $75

they should have Postmaster J. which hit him as! his own, and
D. Beggs said yesterday. held the driver for police. aY True-temper and Shakespeare
As for local cards, he said,
The came and departed f
they should be mailed not later year sa { r ys casting rods-$4.50 to $30
li than tomorrow night, to assure

air delivery who mail fail."We're .before will not Christmas help those, and ALL PORTRAITS ,., Shakespeare and Pfleuger reels-$9.75 to $40

I I I doing our best with the Ocean City, South Bend, Hardy
;seasonal; flood of mail, Beggs

said, "but remember that in nine fly reels-$3 to 22.50
days between now and Christmasthe WILL BE FINISHEDFOR

START LOSINGFAT much average mail carrier as in six will weeks deliveras of i S Tackle boxes, metal or wood-$5.75 to $17.50

without starvation operations. All standard makes of plugs and flys.

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I Page 8-A el imilttg $rnttnrl.f'tar Telephones: 4161 or 3-1681 Orlando, Florida, December 14, 1947 Divorcees Lose : I Short CourseProgram-

1- Market Sales GetsBoard's

Exemptions Okay -


/ Ve. q. DAY vorced women are not entitledto versity of Florida plans for con
the constitutional $500 prop- ducting short courses: In several
By MAYME HODGKINOur y erty tax exemption granted widows cities on family relations and
Rinehart, Jordan Appointed to State Panel [ Own Staff Correspondent] Atty. Gen. Tom Watson problems, retail selling, recreation -
SANFORD State Farmers' ruled yesterday.He I and water and sewage
TALLAHASSEE [AP] Gov. Caldwell yesterday appointed -
released quoted the Montana Supreme treatment were approved yes-
Hollis Rinehart 49, Coral Gables attorney, to a four-year term on report just I
terday by State Board of
shows the heaviest sales ever recorded Court as stating the
the State Board of Control I for the month of November word 'widow' is as old as the I Control.
X. B. Jordan, president of the Quincy State Bank, was reappointed -
with green beans toppingthe language itself. Colloquially as The four-day retail selling
for a four-year term. list with 100.125 bushels averaging well as among the learned In courses will be conducted beginning
Holdover members are Thomas Gurney of Orlando, chairman.J. I $3.19 and totaling $319- courts as well as out of them, Jan. 12 in Mount
Hinson Markham of Jacksonville and Thomas W. Bryant of U has always meant 'a woman Dora, and Jan. 19 In Tampa.

Lakeland. 393.Market Mgr. H. J. Lehman said I .g who has l lost her husband by Both were requested by local

yesterday "The market for November death' and never, outside of Chambers of Commerce.An '.
Planned slang and then only with semi.ront'mptuom outof-State specialist: will
Holiday Bonus Set Lions Party did almost $500,000 worthof
has it had
; prefix be hired to conduct
business. The bean shipmentshave seven regional -
[Special 1o The Sunday _Sentinel-Star [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star application to divorced persons -
LEESBURG Annual LEESBURG Plans for been enormous, and though any one-day institutes on
Christmas bonuses will be Lions' Christmas party for this volume has diminished some- family relation and problems in
what, this morning the platform Watson also ruled holders co-operation with the Florida
distributed to city employes children will be completed at ....
of !State Senatorial scholar Conference of Social
within the next few days. Bothe regular meeting of the looked as if beans were the only Work. till
!ships" may not satisfy. their They will be mainly for volunteer
commodity here. -
club night
nuses will be paid at the rate Monday party
"obligations of service" by entering and professional welfare
of 5 per cent of employes' sal- will be held the night of A fine lot of English ')f'asha"t' w.W the ministry.. workers. They will be held

Dec. 22. ...,..,.. .. in
aries. been coming in, he said, Persons holding Senatorial Fort Lauderdale Fort Mvers.

and the quantity is Increasing FLORIDA'S STATE CAPITOL, shown above, south wing, recently added, appears here on scholarships are expected to lakeland, Orlando. Gainesville.

Miami Area Rent Board Asks Controls Halt steadily. Lettuce both icebergand now occupies on entire city block. The new |I I the left. This is a new aerial view. take employment with State, Live Oak and DeFuniak Springs
Board Boston, I is splendid. - --- County or city governments between Feb. 9 and Feb. 23.
MIAMI [AP] The Miami Defense Rental Area Advisory i I aft-I
recommended yesterday that all rent controls be abolished here Cabbage and celery are both : er graduation until they Florida State University will

March 1.The. increasing steadily, and for December -, Citrus Volume Shows Climb given one year of service for cooperate with the U. of F. Gen
board also recommended that "rental frozen Sept. 1, will continue to be large I Shipment each year in school. I eral Extension Division in a series -
volume items. Tomatoes have I, The attorney general held requirements of weekend Institutes
who first on
1943, should be Increased 25 cent" and landlords
come In from the East Coast I of law would not be family life education Sarasota
rented their units after that official freeze date be given 10pt'r mostly from the Melbourne and [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] corresponding week in 1946. and 942 boxes. Tangerines were up .!satisfied' by "serving as a church Live Oak, Fort Lauderdale at ,-
cent boosts. r the seasonal total of 8,268,748 box : 28.3 per cent this week from the leader minister."
Ft. Pierce area. Peppers are good, WINTER HAVEN Moving I or as a Titusville, Tampa, Port St. Joe,
Chmn. C. Lawton McCall released the committee report. A I es to date was 30.3 cent less 251.620 boxes in 1916.
radishes selling well and a lot of nearer the Christmas season, the per He !said' the Florida Children's Clearwater, Hollywood, Lake Alfred
virtual storm of protest from groups Including the Fair Rent squash have been handled, he de- Florida citrus Increased than the 11.857,470: moved ,,, Daily average this week was Commission is without authority Winter Haven, Del and.
Council, a tenants' group, the Miami-Miami Beach Tenant's League clared.ft'hman. Industry through Dec. 13 last season. 218,035 boxes, ranging from a to purchase an auto for use West Palm Beach, Manatee and
quickly developed, but representatives of apartment house associa- its volume for the week endingat I The week's breakdown Included low of 213.211 boxes on Tuesday hv its! executive secretary be- I Orlando between now and next
tions praised the recommendations. also said that word I midnight Friday to reach a 18O.077 boxes of grape to a high of 290C9G on Fri ,cause the law creating the agency -
has been received from Comm. total of 1,526,248 boxes an in- 1 fruit 1,021,026: : of oranges; and day. gave no such permission and I May.The
Xathan Mayo that the War As : crease of 46.3 per cent over last I 3=.11." of tangerines compared The seasonal total of grape- ruled the word "engineer" maybe '! water supply short
Station Manager Dies !! Horticultural Degree Administration is anxious week's 1,043,749 boxes. Accordingto uith 20.1,761 grapefruit, 553,876 fruit accounted for 2,777,755 boxes i used by other persons! than course will be' given, primarily

MIAMI (AP] Mrs. Hazel Me- ',, I to let farmers know that frequently the weekly summary issued i oranges and 286,112 tangerineslast , only 11 per cent under last t, professional engineers to operators of South Florida
Guire, 47 assistant to the presi At UofF Authorized agricultural Implements yesterday by the citrus-vegetable week. :year's 3,121,455, with oranges at i He'! added, however that the municipal plants, at Clew
are available. Maro believes inspection: division of the State I Last the grapefruit 4,561,286 boxes being 41.4 1 l!'ton Jan. s.R..
move- I
dent and manager of radio station -; TALLAHASSEE [AP] A doctor year percent term "engineer" may not bl''!
WQAM died yesterday at that farmers will take Dept of Agriculture. : ment for the corresponding! week less than the 7.7S6.73G: of used by an unqualified personin Both universities cooperate -
her home. Attending physicians I of philosophy degree In horticulture I advantage;: of this opportunity i Despite the heavy increase the was slightly higher:: showing lf>10. Tangerines at 92f .707 boxes such a way as to "create in the series of courses for

said death was caused by a will be offered by the to secure these farm Imple- I i volume was still 16.3 per cent 101,447 boxes! and oranges were were only 2.4 per cent under the the Impression that he'! l Is a lay and professional recreational
etroke.! University of Florida next year, I ments.' i under the 1,824,009 boxes of the 34.7 per cent higher with 1,380- 949,279 boxes of last year. I professional engineer:; legally leaders. They will be held during -

for the first time. The State \ Total market units and sales - --- authorized to practice his profession : March and April in Pensa-

Guard Parley ScheduledSpecial Board of Control authorized the I for November this year show an NEW YORK WOWS INDIAN LEADER Driving Courtesy I Watson!" in said Florida." holding |j cola Oak., Chipley Jacksonville Tallahassee, Gainesville Live,
increase over last year by 31.305 persons
[ to The Sunday Sentinel-Star advanced course after University Orlando Lakeland, Brooksville,
:': units and $132,127. There were State offices are not required to ,
LEESBURG-Mayor Knowles' I Pres. J. Hillis Miller said there Receives A Blow! : Arcadia Punta
from those offices in order Tampa. or Gorda
165,777 units and $474.276 for November resign
committee will meet at 1 Peace For The Seminoles
armory ? Fort Pierce West Palm Beach
was a need for more graduate'trainin candidates for ; ",
the City Hall Tuesday night to '' 1917! and 131,472 units T.\.)11"r.\("] ('ourtf'"Yd'J..sn't !" J' to become j'and Miami. -
of students in cultivation .other and told the
and $342.140 for the previous positions
discuss formation of local year and
always pay I'
Florida fruits flowers and same month.Caldwell. !structural pest control board It
National Guard company and details vegetables. MIAMI [AP) New York heap I century ago. The conflict end- Charles Johnson can proeIt. not require doing
may persons Carilloneur Tells
in construction with the I! big paleface city, has convinceda ed when the Indidns withdrewinto I structural pest control work to :
armory. Seminole Indian leader that his the where I 'Bok Tower
40 Selects Everglades ever Driving home Friday maintain offices in Florida. ProgramLAKE
Compete little tribe in the Florida Ever- since they have done all possible I
night Johnson swerved wideto WALES rAP) The
For Honors in Show Education PanelTALLAHASSEE glades should make peace with to ignore the white man. Only ; .
{ avoid striking a parkedcar. Girl Fatally BurnedIn Mountain Lake Sanctuary Sing.
II' the U. S. week Pres. Tru-
a ago they gave .
i Johnson Tower announcedby
DEEINOU stopped ing
DON GAINESVILLE [AP] Forty [AP] Seven i! The Seminoles fought a war : man a tribal shirt but disclaimed !, Gas Explosion program
walked back to Carillonneur Anton Brees for
students in the University of'i members of the deactivated Citizens' with the palefaces more than a him as an honorary tribal' survey any '
Florida College of Agriculture Committee Education brother. damage and explain to the i i nrNEDIN [rAP] Ernestine 3 p.m. today:
TR1E3 IHC competed for showmanship honors -: on the ]I woman In the car. Suda, 3, was fatally burned and America; "T Vergeet My
in the 15th Little International yesterday State were appointed Committee to Barbers Face i That attitude apparently A man approached just in :her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed- Niet", Flemish song; "La Borra-
120 N. Orange Livestock Show staged by the ,new Education.Advistory Gov. Caldwell changed yesterday!" when Billy time to hear the woman say ward C. Suda, and a twin sister, I chita", South American song;

IN THE ARCADE Block and Bridle Club here Fri- ;'appointed on Allen C. Grazier, St. Legal Clipping Osceola, tribal elder and member "Xo: you didn't touch me." 1 i Barbara seriously injured Fri."Gavotte", Martini; "Abide With
Give a Different Gift This day. Attendance was reducedby Petersburg Albert W. of the ruling; council, returned A stinging blow suddenly 'day night in a flash! fire which i Me", Monk; "The Spacious Firmament -
Year Typical of Florida the inclement weather. Litschgi i, Tampa attorney insurance; man; JACKSONVILLE [ A P ] to Miami after a trip to landed on Johnson's!" bra.l.The occurred when a can of gasoline | on High", Haydn: "0, Little
E. A. Pierce, Bartow phosphate Barbers here will not be able New York aboard a new Sea- man was her husband. exploded) in a small cottage near i I Town of Bethlehem", Redner; request -
EXQt'lSITE board streamliner.Speaking Johnson i here. Ernestine! died two hours ,[ number; "The Old Refrain",
received treatment
SHELL JEWELRY Former Immigration company executive; AI Block, to use shaving mugs, shaving for himself if not for I at a hospital. i[after she was taken from the !Kreisler; The Star Spangled Ban-
Tallahassee printing firm execu- II
la delicate pastel sad deep traei. brushes or many other tradi I I flaming living room of her home. nero
Service Head DiesJACKSONVILLE tive; Marion Gaines, editor of the tional materials of their the other 748 Florida Seminoles,
THE EARRINGS Pensacola News-Journal; F. N. K. Billy said: "white man heap
SOc TO $2. [AP) William Bailey, De Soto city educator; and trade If a bill now before City change. I see Empire State Bldg.,
W. Eyster, 67, former district
radio television. Great Overseer
Mrs. W. H. Beckham, Miami club- Council committees is pass-
director of the U. S. Immi-
THE BROOCHES woman and civic leader. give white men big knowledge. I
gration and Naturalization Serv- I ed.An hope red man too will share
$1 TO $4.50 ice, died yesterday at his home onfkuus+e,now In effect work I II
All Boxed: here after an extended illness. Experiment StationEntomologist calls for die sterilization or
Plus ExcUo Tax MXow I ask Seminoles If L2'; homesI
1 new
Named disinfecting of mugs and want pt'a'e"ith United States.
SHELL LAMPS Body Recovered From Bay I brushes after each using, but All Semoniles answer, then I
$1.25 TO $6.00 MIAMI [AP] The body of a Kelsheimer of the Florida Agri- the proposed law would rule maybe make peace treat)." I I old
young man who left home in a cultural Experiment Station was them out entirely. Also ban- Billy Osceola readily acgnowl- I
SHELL DOLLS25c happy mood Thursday to attenda elected president of the Florida ned would be styptic pencils, edged that New York's skyscrap-

TO $3.50 church function was recovered Entomological Society at the an- lump alum, sponges' powder er tepees had influence on him.
yesterday from Biscayne Bay. nual meeting of the organizationhere puffs and tubber collars. II He said the decision! of the tribe 1 > tI with
Ash Trays and Many Other The drowning victim was JohnP. yesterday Dr. Kelsheimer may take much time, then would
Shell Novelties Gibbs, 21, a student. Police ordered succeeds Max Osbur of Fort be made knownXMAS I II

an autopsy. Pierce. USDA entomologist.Underwood's _
Board Members -""' -! U-=-! -M-J.-"- I
County --" =-"" '-- =-"- "-- "'---I.i .

[AP] A motion to dismiss d I

a Federal grand jury indict- 0 f.
POST-WAR ment charging two Sarasota -
county commissioners and a St. 1 0 FAMILY | "JI

Petersburg machinery dealer Complete |.
with conspiracy to defraud the
Gift Selections
government was filed yesterdayIn |
For your convenience. mall loam _
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rtglfti 1 early at Contract Post Office *
Calhoun, attorney for J. Oliver sutlon No. 7, ,/.
Alderman, one of the commis.II -
sioners. Other defendants are I I 1 4 En" s
Otis Howell of Sarasota and Clar- l!
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Orlando, Florida, December 14, 1947 Telephones: 4181 or 3-1681 &fp Blmit Brntftul Btgr Page 9-A
Set Yuletide Hop 01.... a, rtirchUd'
L Roy HooquUtMflton

In I keeping with their customof minimum value of $1. Bill- Ad Club To Hear FreemanDr I .A\JD)II(Q) Z. frank J:. Gardner Bray

committee chairman, H.
gathering Christmas presentsfor Halle, Ryland Cos

the underprivileged young-I announced."When the present Is wrappedit Fe \Villard Freeman, assist. !Selling for a page ad on Monel REPAIR SERVICECall FAIRCfllLD
sters of Orlando, the Orlando Is suggested they be tagged ant professor of business ]Metal, and in 1938 he received, "Jcoffy" at
JayCees will hold their annual 'To a Boy' or To a Girl' corresponding 'istration, Rollins College, ,the Annual Advertising Awardfor BRITT'S s-1818 III -
Christmas Tree Dance on Dec. 22 to the type of gift," S prominent New York advertising SS6 N. Orange .
of radio
I 'ws: excellence announce-I
at the Coliseum. I Haile said. r"esb. executive, will address the Ad- : I '
Music for the dance, for I The presents will be distributed vertising Club of Central Florida ,, 'ments with special to
which the price of admission by the JayCees and charitable Tuesday at 12:15: at the Fort Gat- i :Esso Marketers' institutional I
"ill be a ly-wrapped Christmas organizations to underprivileged Im Hotel, Pres. Henry Jacobs ,commercials.Dr. .
will be by Jim- I said yesterday.Dr. I
present children Christmas Night under Freeman has also been a
mie AVillox and his orchestra.The the direction of Judge Mattie Freeman, who joined the'I ,successful author, his short J
presents should have a I Farmer, County Juvenile Court Fall and Winter faculty of Rol- stories, having appeared in New j
Judge. tins this year, has been as=;o- :Yorker, American Magazine and j':
DEPENDABLE The Christmas Tree Dance has ciated with Marschalk and Pratt ,other periodicals. |
been a yearly affair for the Orlando New York, for the past 17 years, |j He has contributed articles i ii
TYPEWRITERRepair Junior Chamber of Com- handling such accounts as National |I i to many trade magazines and |
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HOWELL'S OFFICE MACHINES the Christmas season here. The Standard Oil of New Jersey. Business! Administration! 0
. event has received much favor his contribution to the I 0
11* So. Court 81. : Pia. **** the AVharten School of Business
able comment from the national field of advertising he was and Dartmouth.Bill .
Jaycee organization and has awarded by the Direct Mail Advertising Verigan is chair
'M *'SUT :CANT Hilt' been adopted by many JayCee THIS SANTA Claus didn't last Assn. in 1921 first prize man.
\SORRY A SALESMAN WITHl Clubs throughout the country. very long! The man behind the for a campaign for Delco Light
"Last :year we collected several and second prize for a better let
CROSS EYES.: hundred Christmas presents beard is Harmon Nichols, ter contest WORTH PLANNING FOR ?
. which were distributed to the United Press writer, who took In 1O56 he was awarded the
let disfiguring children of Orange County and over the hot seat in a Chicago grand prize by Advertising and
eyes bar yqji) front succeeded in making Christmas a B OF COURSE IT IS.
job.Reconstruc department store to get a
truly event in
happy '
SDOI.t many
i is often sue feature story. He lasted only I
homes. We only wish that the Reserve Officers'Corps -
effective ia only CM ia ovef day. members could see how much 1! an hour. Above he is shown Tried-sad-Pre.en ''F Begin to build YOUR Dream Home today! Deposit a small

6000 eases an ages all condition!, Christmas happiness,"this said dance Haile.brings on I talking to Allan Carey, 2. I Session Set Relief to Sufferer amount of your income each week or month in your Savings Ac-

FREE BOOKLET this NM PraM rda FULL Isshtuhos.IRnl.doss i.re..at..e. No table reservations fere Sinus : count and you'll quickly accumulate a sizeable part of the cost

ITI rOUNDAnON necessary, Haile declared, and Church Here TomorrowFinal Hay Fever of your home. The amount you decide to save is less importantthan
Invitation will be mailed to all Group
101 OIAMAM HOG,JAOtSOMVUt.ROM*. JajCee members early this arrangements' for the organization Asthma the regularity with which you save it.
of Naval Reserve
week. Chronic Constipatf

-- -' .,:; : - I "Since it Is felt that many Plans Yule FeteThe Officers officers will Corps lx held and at election the Naval of I'.IIZH Ner..IIz.... Eon All Savings Accounts up to $5000 insured by an Agency of the
JayCees will have houseguests Reserve Armory Monday at to .... Each CntMi Midi ta Federal Government.

CROTON 1 during the holidays we are making 18 p.m.Lt. I"..r.Lab.raterySs.k.d e, ft._..*. D *Ne1.i .kyY .t
Watches 19 M to J50.M! an exception to our established .t T......... Mat far
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Pioneers of First
policy and will permit any Presbyterian Comdr. W. R. Conway htllfttl.... H_ i.e.Sae Current Dividend Rate 2%% Per Annum
Central JayCee member to bring as many Church will have a Christ commanding officer of the Orlando .. Roiled
guests as he desires," the com- mas party Dec. 20, at 7:30: p.m. Naval Reserve unit urgedall Or Penkee.d
II mittee chairman asserted. Warren Jones Naval Reserve Officers in Saving is the difference between
Exclusive is president of the Central Florida to attend. About F. e. I.f.r.eS.seat. Wishing and HAVING
: I Tata A* aM sea TWr
DealerA HAXDAT.S SURVIVE WAR group. 35 attended the meeting last
CHICAGO IUPI| ) War Assets I The class members will bring Monday, he said. ELECTRONIC NORMALIZE*
A' TIMELY GIFT FOR XMABHERMAN'S Administration here has 73 ,OOO'' Sifts for the Children's Home Conway also announces that LABORATORY F' Federal
S pairs of hygienic bath sandals." Society and for the Thormvell about 00 men are still needed in IM HiMM-hraiM' Side.Jackesuellle . rst Savings & Loan Ass'nof
J.ay.\way You have your pick of basswood Orphanage. The department will the various classifications!'!' of the I-M71 Fta.PMM
Plan cypress or pine. They cost Uncle be decorated with a Christmas;;; submarine unit
n W. Church St. Pkone IOU NAME
Sam more than $--to'OOO'-? i I tree and members plan to decorate Orlando
: their own homes with things' Iron was once classed as a pre
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will be made at the Fellowship I .

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\'I Of my famous tree ripened citrus fruit j r. Dec. 21.Topic I
for tomorrow's Fellow
: FIT FOR A "KING" j M !ship' program will be "Christmas'

FROM MY OWN "KING GROVES"At $ Everywhere. On Dec. 21,
Pioneers will take part in the 'V

Ii 15% Discount on 2 or More Bushels jS Christmas' pageant. The subjectfor
discussion, on Dec. 28 will be, ?i
,JY Of Select Hand Picked Fruit |5 "I Resuhe"' Pioneers will also iI.' \

GUARANTEED DELIVERY by special cars to prin- jjg take program part on in Dec.the 28.Vesper music I..' '..\.(.... -

1'1' cipal northern cities and surrounding areas. jgjj: I -

AND SUNDAYS TOO UNTIL 10:00: P.M. jjg CLAREMORE, Okla. (UP] The ..
1il famous quotation "All I know is .
Call in orders-Phone 7267 or come to our plant at ?
ty : what I read in the papers" has
J.Q 1401 W. Washington St. !
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change, by a newspaper in the a"l . a.Ai .
KING FRUIT COMPANY : native city of the man who said --- y+ y
it. In the masthead of the ,
Ml I All Kinds of Gift Packs :- N* Order Too Large or Small :
more Progress is a photographof .
R ONLY THE BEST FRUIT SHIPPED |8[ 1 t tkq the late Will Rogers presumably ;J
FREE tangerines to customers XJ I INt holding a copy of the Prog-
ALSO We lieU Fruit for Local Use -:. Bring Own Containers XV ,! ress. The masthead reads, "All T
; I know is what I read in the
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Alligator Billfold with U

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karat gold corners "_"' ...$30

be at Rutland's . and they are ; Other wallets and billfolds from $5.00*

just as good at giving friendly; ? Folding Travel Alarm Clock in padded leathercase.

courteous service as at making Tan, blue red, green, brown ____.__..$15.50*

'I with Swiss 8-day movement-$4%50*

touchdowns on the gridiron.

Pigskin Utility Case by Mark Cross __--=--_$35*

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Sotnthttl.Sotar : 4161 or 3.1681 Orlando, Florida, December 14, HOLLYWOOD' WITH LOUELLA O. PARSONS
Page 10-A aht jtunbtttt! >

_ w S, a Nt, I Louis Jordan Is Rising Star! ,\

sd By LOUELU 0. PARSONS I,9 Icance, but after his father was I I asked Jourdan if he had any
. Gene AutryinRQBINHOOD. HOLLYWOOD I were a''I arrested there was no more hobbles. He said, "Acting, play.
+ alt ''' OF a4 R i fI woman who liked to bet I'd be movie making for him. Ing tennis and swimming." "You

f Nowthru.J! 111 I t k a ..rsR willing to take a good-sized "It was Just as well became I forgot croquet," I told him. He
I' wager that 27-year-old Louis they were determined that I laughed because he Is a memberof I
Grand 1heawDRIVEIN : Jourdan ill be the sensation of make pictures with political ( the Darryl Zanuck crowd who

-. --.. .... M 1948. significance; and, of coarse, I play croquet as If their very lives
y I. Jourdan,who was brought here that I could never do." depended upon it.
from France DY'' I

I David Selznick,
has all the charm i
.fta that Charles ; Theatre Coupon Books Make Ideal! Xmas Gifts!

Boyer broughtto a
the screen
w when he first 1 Florida State Theatre
Buy Them at Any
came to Holly.
wood. .
: In fact he is a I
.., s

L JEsther WiUiamsJinuny: Ihirante- >., !young and if I Boyer'know et S 0r ro tHl ES

*TfISTJMETORKEEPS:; I the femmes of PI

Today and'Monday I this country.
I they'll flock toLouella"Parsons .
# ,Colony tTheatet
__ g I the movies to see this handsome,
, dark-eyed
e' ,i ri I i the two pic e
tures he's made-The Para dine
b 1 I Case and Letter From an Un-
aA < .y A known Woman-have not been + DAer. one, 12:4 Starts

a seen.I was fortunate enough to see F TODAY!
r some of the love scenes he plays Ales.
with Joan Fontaine in Letter story e9
1 From an Unknown Woman andI wild os the
say right out loud he has a men who fought
r w
RI personality that won't fail at the for heel

?L box office. |
x I ., I had met Jourdan many timesat
parties with his pretty wife
but. as is the case in most Hol-- g
lywood social events, you get
pJF -ery little chance at conversation -
and so I really had no I
I + hance to talk with him until he
came to see me just before I left IN MGMs

for New York.* * DESIff'with
He's very enthusiastic about
; Hollywood and has bought a
)psi' house but his family still livesin

f.4: Marseilles, France, and bei i ROBERT MITCHUM
e ,ause of the hardships they suffered -'
during the war, I doubtif i.
unibbrer Bogart--Lauren Bacall"DARK he will take out his citizenship .. > Richard HART
y F g PASSAGE? .1 : papers until conditions in'' MAR CH OF 71MEShoan4
Starts Wednesday / _- his native France are healthier.The -
Beapham fuid Roxy Theater* / 1 1vR Jourdans are very popular
He? in Hollywood and are Cola C.rtaael

much sought; after as dinner
guests.; They are two attract.
3 1 ive young pf'oplewho alwaysadd
-- -- -- social .
to gathering.Mrs.
any d
.. Jourdan who is
I CocktoH i Bar II 1- ; 1''chic and dresses in the stunning very

SUO BOAT i P.M.Room I IUPETTI manner of so many French tSOWP
Dining the knack of yt;
TIeatreI women who have
open P.M. rJ ; FOR SPAGHETTI clothes +
I wearing their differently poor !
food at popular prices. Enjoy the congenial Served 5 to 9 P.M. Bwj116
I has been offered movie
Closed Monday
"THE PLAINSMAN" I one or Orlando's finest dining rooms. Rt. 17-92 Winter Park roles but she always says she is
Jtan Arthur Gary Cooper"CARTOON" ... the to her
. leaving career part
I I'I"I'm'11I"I!l !! "m"" .i1"I1"!! 'memfi nm nnrusl{
/tnr SI.w I 45 ....... U. i 1 Both the Jourdans speak English [t'1 e..a bae
Dance to the brand new music of THESUMMER with only a slight accent. %* '
GOBLE & his orchestra SET HOUSE When I nentioned it to Louis he I A'
The Five Hundred Chase said:
TOXITE 8:30-12 PJI.
what little EnglishI
COMPLETE DINNERSfrom Steaks-So. Fr. ChickenSearaods know from the tourists who

PARK OPen ':30 A.M. to 11:00 P.M visited my father's hotel. But I
Dally Roura < to I P.M. ? I *J 12 to 2 -:- 6 to 8 P.M. WINTER PARK I 4e
enough for the screen so am
Make Christmas Day R.snvationow! 525 Orlando Av.. Killarney Korncra VLI-tt;
lOt CHASE_AYE. Closed Mondays. WINTER PARK_PHONE_W.P._17 studying every day so I can
I speak my lines without stutter
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* *
t"r TAVARES, FLA. STEAKS When he smiles Jourdan'*
SUNDAY LUNCHEONiPECIAL 7 MI. No. Orlando on Sanford Hiway
Steaks. Chick.n. Shrimp & Oyst.r. fare lights up but when his t.o
I SUNDAY DINNER RSE DINNERS ___$1.50 Up fare is in repose there is a
'w Choice of Two Meats 97 C I Cocktail Bar Open Sunday 2 P.m. sadness!' about him which is
and Package Closed Mandar reflected in the expression of
Family Style
his I eyes.During.
W $ You Want-Just Help Yourself the war his father was _'
-8:00 A.M. to 7:30 P.M. Let's Meet At I arrested by the Gestapo and Imprisoned -

.5.5'I'I P.M.Week Days-Regular Menu 5 P.M. to 7:30 P.M. TOM & JERRY'S French underground while he joined and livedin the c hfiE 1 1Uy.a
Spanish o Package Cocktail Lounge hiding in the woods for the
Salad CLOSED SATURDAY :EVENING o Grill remainder of the war. He had ,
Rout Let of Veal Route 17.9Bl: Clls SetyMaitland '
3974 South Underpass I very little to eat.
Two Vegetables
Blossom Winter Park Phone 47J-M I had heard of his experiencesand
Orange Tr. Hot Rolls and Butter :- Dessert j
he doesn't seem to
Coffee ------- I I
: Tea I --- EXTRAtp
want to talk much about them, h45
WARD'S HOLIDAY INN he did say I I"I'm gcp/M601o8 MUnGII 5 1!
CABANA I went through
S3' 8. Orange Halfway Between Sanford a Orlando very glad ytelcott
staaruin I eats nME
Blossom Trail On Highway 17-92 those miserable days f;9 h1
We serve the came delicious foods from noon tin 1 that 3 Miles Xorth of Orlando Open Sunday -:- Closed Monday .'can now better appreciate the ESTHER WILLIAMS BMMTWMITlSWVrUE tcl n1n
you get during tb> veninf. *. Highway 441 FULL COURSE good things I am receiving in
French CHICKEN DINNERS $1.75 UP Hollywood." :
fried JUMBO SHRIMP S1.25 FOR YOUR DANCING PLEASURE Phone "'.P. 9171-J .:. Cocktail Bar When I told him he reminded
W. Cat_ ta B a..Mfe ..* Prrwtt PartiMBESSER'S me of Charlie Boyer he beamed. I
MARTIN AND HI9 ORCHESTRA - "Ah, that's the nicest compliment -
you could have given me;
@a I my first screen role as In Le W..ou ... T.cbaleeloe wodcal S17.
:, ; Corsair with Boyer." I TIME. THE PLACE & THE CIRLf'fi < Ai
I I asked Jourdan if the war tilt
5-S J.eit Poia.
RESTAURANT I i Denote; Mor4a Jaa Cno
r r > w ALSO THE MOVIE BAR interrupted his career as an
W. Serve X Meals Daily He said he made five
Show Each Monday and ThursdayAND Western Beef Poultry Soar actor.
I after Le Corsair. The Plc-I
.,x +14 pptwy Cream-PnmpernlcUe Bye Bread tures
THE BEST STEAKS IN TOWN 119 W. Church St. TeL 2-2221 mans, he said, permitted
i movies which in
" appear
y and Sea Food from 6 'til Closing had no political signif- I II NOW p 9Sga II
ay 'lt4 ,jj f"- RADIOS I Ir+S
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Orlando, Florida, December 14, 1947 Telephones: 4161 or 3-1631 Iltt fi-rattag &ntttnrl-&lar Page 11-A I .

t The Sunday- Sentinel-Star Radio ProgramChristmas I Rollins StudentsOn


the outstanding choral ,) SaG 1230 740
nation's 6 00 _____ _____ Morning Melodic WHOO
will be aired today. From __ __u WHOO Show
groups ':IS _uu___ Morning Melodies :
Annapolis Md., the Naval Academy ':30 ______u_____________ Moraine Melodies ;
g4S -_______ ______ ___ Morning Melodies
Choir and the Goucher College +
Han S 7;00 Sign On-Newi Sum'J Iplieoptl Hour __ Organ Reffl. __ Sign On New. !I .
will offer
Choir Two Rollins students
Girls' College
I:i5 Drains Slaten h -- EpiacopaJ Hour __ Organ Refeill _. Glory Pleu Trio
Messiah over WORZ at 4301: 7:30 Al.lno Rey Decision: Mow ____ __
del's! -----_ Organ Reveille Chapel In tnt 8t1 will be featured from 4 to 4.30: j jp
45'Your Garden Grow ReT. Bob Jonei Organ Rereill.Chapel In the Sky I
Soloists include Agnes ? _
p.m. McGovern 800: Eight Clock Newi -- CBS News _ Oran.."Renm. Newa _hU___ I .m. today over WHOO's new radio Today's Complete Radio Programs
David. Lawrence 8:15 Read M* the Funnies Morning Melodies Organ Reveille _. Lucerne Go. Tin.
Glen Burris and Chester Watson. r4a t 8:30: Chapel of Memorleg Christ for World Evangel Hour ?. Methodist Hour program, Central Florida Ar-
g 45 Ch.p 4 of Memories Christ for World .. I
The Hunter College Choir and Irantel Hour .Methodist Hour tist Service, which offers new
? C ? -m Bus ABC News if ..
? Church
Air Gypsy String Ens
the West Point Glee Club will I. c. C. cn a Bus, ABC Renfro VI T rolk Church of Air __ OTP. String E.... and established talent an oppor '!
broadcast a combined program 935: C.to C. on a Bus- ABC Re..fro Val> Folks Tons Tapestries Chosen People __
over WLOF at 10:30: p.m. II 45 C. to C. on a Bus. ABC Chrisfn Bel Pin.. Ton Tapestries Four Notes _____ tunity of becoming better knownin .
10.00 Message of Israel. ABC Voice of .. ____ I
head Prophecy Blbl CI. h Voice of the Press I this area. t
Prof. Leroy Robertson I 10:15: Meuag of Israel. ABC Voice of Fropbecj Bible Class _____
Vole of the Press
of the music department of Brig- 10:30: Southernalru! ABC Church Of Air V01c. of Prophecy Modes Moder. They are Jack E. Teagardenand I 7.00: a.m. Sign On 3.15: pjn. Frank DeVol (Longwood
ham Young University, will hear 1045 Southernalres. ABC Church of Air Vote of Prophecy Modes Modern. Suzanne Ferris. Teagarden, Hotel
11.00 Church Service IL' 7:00 News Furniture ]
W. Bass
dun Bweenej. News lat Methodist Ch.Fint---prsb-J: Ch. : a.m. Summary [
the first radio performance of 11:15: Church Service Music for Sunday lot Methodist Ch. a 23-year-old veteran, studies
his composition, Trilogy for Orchestra 11.30 Church Service _h___ Bait Lal. Choir lot Methodist Cb. First First Presby.Presbr. Ch Ch voice with Arthur K. Hutchinsat I Company] 3.45: pm. Kay Lorraine (Phillips In
!L**. Church Service Salt Lale Choir lit Methodist Ch First
Presby Ch
which recently won the the college. lie sang in St
12.00 Headline Edition Gospel Hour Pilgrim" Hour __ News =_ 7:15: a.m. Dinning SistersjtJ, dustries. Inc.]
Henry H. Reichhold Symphonic 12.15 This Week In Sport Gospel Hour __ Pilgrim BDUI'n_ The Sophisticates nn Matthews Boy's Choir, Civic Opera
Award competition for the Western 12.30 Ceiling Unlimited Gospel Hour ... Lutheran Hour __ Eternal Light h_ Assn. of Wheeling, W. Va., 730: a.m. Alvin Rey Orchestra .* 4:00: p-m. The Central Florida Artists
12 45 My Serenade Gospel Hour Lutheran ___
Hour Eternal Light
the Detroit in and 'Os0
Hemisphere, by chapel campus showsin Series
1:00: Sam Pettlngtll. ABC Peoples Platform wmcSbinrAmertC: -c..lt ll"_ :i -
Orchestra over .._ the Army. He St 7.45 How Does Your Garden
Symphony 1:15: Keynotes People Platform Mu That B'utiful America United belongs to : am. 0
WHOO at 8 p.m. 1:30 Sammy Kaye, ABC David Rest Orch. For Your Approval U. of Chi. Rdtbl.. Luke's Choir and solos in churches [ 420: p.m. Harry-Anna Crippled Chil odren's
Dr. Karl Krueger is conductorof '1.45 Sammy Kaye.ABC- News For Your Approval U.o..CbL Rdtble. in the vicinity. Home Broadcast Z
2-OO Eddy Howard Orch. CBS Is There Stephen Graham RCA Victor Show Products]
the symphony heard on the 2:15: Jewish Council __ CBS Is There Stephen Graham RCA Victor Show
Mi Ferris
!'!s a had Whito
2:30 National Vespers, ABC Bob Reid soprano 5,00 p.m. The Sunday Editor (
Sunday Evening Hour. : Sings Bill Cunningham Harvest of Starsa I -
45 National Vespers ABC Hires to You Vet Wants Know_Harvest_of Stars_ her f'arltrainin.s: in voice under 8:00: a.m. 8:00: O'clock News [SilverSprings
Also to be heard is Smetana'sMoldau 300 Sunday Salon ____ NY Philharmonic Mildred Cauthnn and Ma- ] ney & Guy Distributing
Pentecostal Hour Patterns in Poetry
one of a series of com 3:15: Prank DeVol -------- NY Philharmonic Pentecostal Hour Sunday Matinee belle 80)If'n. "She' had special I I Company] v
_____ 0a
3:30 Frank DeVol NY
depicting the country : on Philharmonic Juvenile ___
positions Sunday Matinee
3 45 Kay Lorraine NTPhilharmonle Juvenile study with :Madame Louise 8.15: a.m. Reading the Funnies [Na
Jury Sunday Matinee r
life of Bohemia. 5:15
and Martin
Freddy Orchestra
4.00 Central Fla Artists -. NY-PhllharmODlc House of-Mnten--John V. Vanderc'k Homer of the Metropolitan| Op 00 tional Standard Insurance p.m.
Oscar Levant Is scheduled al! 4 15 Central Fla Artists N.T. Philharmonic House of Mystery Sunday Matinee era. She It a ell-known '
4:30: Let Truth Be Known Hour of Charm True Detective __ Naval Acad Choir Company] 530: pjn. Counterspy ABC (Universal -
guest soloist with the New 4:45 Let Truth Be Known Hour of Charm _True Detective Naval Acad Choir church and concert soloist and .;!i
-- Match
Philharmonic-Symphony HELEN HAYES 500 The Sun: Editor Family, has made recital { Company]
York Hour The Shadow Ford Theatre _: appearancesin 8.30: a.m. Chapel of Memories [Carey
WDBO at 3 p.m- Levant role 5'15 Freddie Martin Orch. Family Hour The Shadow Ford Theatre _.. Florida, (;('or ia and Ohio.
. in Barrymore 600 Drew
S 30 Counterspy ABC -- Hoagy Carmlrhael Meditation Moods Ford Theatre _n'' ; Hand Funeral Home] pun. Pearson ABC [Frank
will play the Gershwin work 5'45 Countenpy. ABC Jo. C. Harach Lens Waits ____. Ford Theatre ---I I Conducted by Joe McLees the'' H.
J Lee
usually associated with the two appearances of outstanding composers 6 00 Drew Pearson. ABC Oxsie A Harriet -Those Webaten Catholic Hour--7H:: 9:00: a.m. Coast to Coast On a Bus Company]
8 15 Mon. Morn Headlines. Ozzie i Harriet new program features artists I
Concerto in F. Those Websters Catholic Hour
friends Piano and folk-musicians ofseven 6:30 Greatest Story, ABC Pause that Refr'es Nick Carter ___. Hot'yw'd Star Pre. singers, instrumentalists and Cf ABC &15 p.m. Monday Morning Headlines
The concerto has been recognized 6 45 Greatest Story ABC Pause that Rrfr'ea Nick Carter _.. Hol'yw'd Star Pre
different nations will be
others every Sunday. Talent is ABC [Seeman Bros., Inc.I
as lifting jazz to a symphonic 7:00: Guy Lombardo u-_ Gene Autry Show Sing with-B\DC Jack- Benny .____ 10:00: a.m. Message of Israel ABC
level which only broadcast over WLOF at 10 p.m. : 7'15 Guy Lombardo --___ Gene Autry show Sing with Bins Jack Benny __ drawn from Orlando and the Central
| 7.:30 My Favorite Story --- Blondie Gabriel Scatter Fitch Bandwagon Florida area. 630: pm. The Greatest Story Ever
Gershwin accomplished' successfully. I Burl Ives, outstanding exponentof I, 7 45 My Favorite Story Blondie: Gabriel Scatter Fitch Bandwagon .. 10:30: a.m. Southernaires ABC
The high standard Told ABC (Goodyear Rub
American folk songs will act To6 Sun: Eve: Hour. ABC Adv: Sam Spade Mediation Board Melod Yesterday program
8'15 Sun Eva Hour ABC Adv Sam Spade Mediation Board Mystery Music __ presents semi-classic and popular iI 11:00: a.m. Church Sen-ice ber Company] o
The Philharmonic, under the as co-emcee with composer-ar I 8:30 Sun Eve Hour. ABC Man Called X Jimmle Fldler Mystery Music ballads with different talent each
baton of Dimitri Mitropoulos, ranger Tom Glazer. I 45 Sun Eve. Hour. ABC Ned Calmer News Newscope Guest Star 12:00 Headline Edition P.
IOO-Waltf.r CorhssArcherPartahrha__. week Accompaniment is furnished : p.m. (IA. 7:00 p.m. Guy Lombardo Z
Other artists include Maria Wlnrhell. ABC News
will also play the Overture to 9 15 Lourlla Parsons ABC Corliss Archer Parkyakarkus ____ Lest We Forget __ by McLees. Clark Motors, Inc.]
Coriolanus by Beethoven and the I Rey, Polish pianist; Eileen Bor- I 930 Theater Guild of Air Tony Martin Jim Backus _____ Symphony Hall C 750: p.m. My Favorite Story (Cox- o
well South African ,, II 45 Theater Guild of Air Tony Martin Jim Backus _ Symphony Hall _
authority on
Symphony in D Minor, No. 4, by -- Z 12:15: p.m. This Week in Sports O'Neal Furniture Cornp
Shumann.The I veldt music; Rosita Rios, South ,'' 10-'ester-OuilCof-Alr.. Christopher Wells One-World Music-Take It or leave It Prof. Saute Named O
10'15 Theater Guild of Air. Christopher Wells One World Muslr Take 1& or leave it [Whizzer Motor Sales of pany]
birth of John the Baptist American chanteuse; Dr. Rogue 10:30: Paul Weston Orch. Strike It Rich Hunter Col.-W. Pt P Morris Night O
will be related as the third episode Carbajo Mexican composer; and ,: 1045 Buddy Weed Trio. ABC Strike It Rich Hunter Col -W Pt P Morris Night_ World Federalist 00 Florida) Inc.]
8:00: .m. Sunday Evening Hour ABC
of The Greatest Story Ever Yi Kwei Sze, China's ambassadorof 11'OO News of To'orrC---;;: ; .. Sports P.r.d.u NBC New _____. 00
.11:15: V. Massey Sings. ABC Renort-Wash'n Rollins Trio Cesar Searchinger 12:30: p.m. Ceiling Unlimited [The
Told cycle depicting the Nativity song. I 11:30 Hotel Essex Orch. ABC Invitation uu__ Burb'nk Symphony Merry-Go-Round Florida DelegateGeorge 9.00 p.m. Walter WinchelJ] ABC
heard over WHOO at 630: p.m. I Helen Hayes, America's fore- ll45Hotel Essex Orch ABC Invitation ___ Burbank-News- Merr -ooRoundI 3 i Showalter Corporation]
There five dramas in the sec'' most actress, will star in the I :[;of'News News -- Sign Off . News -- Saute director of the I
are The Owl Room := =_: Dance Orch.. ':':= Beasler Smith = Institute of i 12:45: p.m. My Serenade (Hall Bros.
ries. Theater Guild of the Air's production 12 30 The Owl Room _____ Dance Orch. ____ Henry Russell Or. Government at 9.15: pm. Louella Parsons ABC
.. The origin of the Christmas of The Corn Is Green. 12:45: The Owl Room DanceOrch. _h Henry. _Russell_Or. Rollins College, received word t Agency]
e carol Silent Night will be drama- the well-known drama of theeducative 10-Sun Off ____________ New News and sign off today of his election as Florida (IJergens]
Sign Off ::::::-.: 1:00: p.m. Sam Pettengill ABC [America's -
tized on the Harvest of Stars program process in a Welsh representative to the National' 9:30: p.m. Theatre Guild of the Air

over WORZ at 2:30: pm. : mining town, which will be aired I 1 Executive Council of United Future, Inc.] ABC [U. S. Steei]
with James Melton singing the over WHOO at 9:30: p.m. today. Rockefeller Center, will speak on cess of building, will be a special' World Federalists, Inc. i
Yuletide hymn among other seasonal Wallace K. Harrison, distinguished -, the small home of the future. ,, adaptation of the Ford Theaterover Function of the council members 1:15: p.m. Keynotes [Robinson Music 10.30: pm. Paul Weston Orchestra

melodies. architect and director of Rise Stevens, Family Hour WORZ at 5 p.m. is to carry out mandates i Company]

The sextette and orchestra, un planning for the United Nations mezzo-soprano will be accompanied Merrill star voted upon by the National Convention I. E 10.45 p.m. Buddy Weed Trio ABC o
Gary Broadway 1:30
der the direction of Frank Black permanent headquarters, will be by Al Goodman's orchestra and to make interim decisions : p.m. Sammy Kave's Sunday Serenade 11:00: p.m. News of Tomorrow
will Join Melton in Schubert'sAve guest speaker on the Family in Zignrntr, melody by will play the hero, Yancey Cravat when necessary to im- m ABC Z

Maria.A Hour heard over WDBO at 5 versatile Noel Coward. who had much to do with plement the policies and purposes 5 2:00 Ian Garber 11:15: p.m. Vera Massey Sings ABC 'g 0
special broadcast, One World pm. Harrison, who was also The Edna Ferber novel Cimar- the development of the Indian of the organization I : p.m. [Fort Gatlin

Music, featuring the personal associated with the planning of ron story of a State in the pro- Territory into the modern Stateof Prof. Saute will talk on World o Hotel] 11:30: p.m. Hotel Essex Orchestra ABC

Oklahoma. Cimmaron was Organization at the Orlando Unitarian a 2:15: p.m. Jewish Council 12:00: a.m. News-The Owl Room va
Church Forum Series today
4 j made into one of the first great at 8 p.m. ; 230: p.m. National Vespers ABCp. 1230: a.m. The Owl Room

talking pictures in 1931 when it I
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can snap close-up beachhead who. seas doefae 11I__ a .041_ aadInm't .
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By BOB HAYES .,. / f C I| Fourteen are members and
i, one i I. a former member- of the
Let's review the impressive Florida State League record Hawaiian Warriors', who won

book for the '47 season compiled by League Sec. Peter the Para Coast Professional

Schaal. There's some pretty interesting re-hash there: ] Football league title last Son

In the circuit's eight seasons of operation, there have day by heating the Ix>. Angeles
I Bulldog. 7-6. They lost their
been five men at the helm: Eddie Gilliland, DeLand, from bet because they gaTe up to

Jan. 26 1936 to Jan. 24, 1937; Henry L. Gray, Gainesville Jan. 24 I IB-point odd.

1937 to Oct. 6, 1941; Al Combs Gainesville, Oct. 6, 1911 to June 5,
1946, and ?'ov. 3, 1946 to Aug. 3, 1947; Ernest L. Padgett, Daytona The Los Angeles team wraa rot

Beach, June 5, 1946 to Nov. 3, 1946 and Syd Herlong Jr., Leesburg involved in any way, authorities

Incumbent who took over Aug. 3, 1947 . Five of the eight clubs agreed."
11' there anyone here who
charter members of the St Sanford.
are league: Augustine Day "
pleads not guilty? the tutlge:
tona Beach DeLand and Gainesville . Pete Schaal has been sec
asked The
:: players without
retary since the league got settled. . I j counsel! were silent.
Palatka and DeLand are the only present members never to The judge then fined four

win a pennant. . DeLand and Daytona Beach have never won a players $100 each. The', were

Shaughnessey playoff title, while St Augustine: Orlando and Halfback Melvin Abrpn of Honolulu :

Gainesville have twice won playoffs . Only other team ever in the league's leading grour.d

the circuit besides present teams was Ocala, seventh-placer two gamer: Halfback Rav 'Jrurrcll::;::: ,

years . The Saints In eight years have won 580 and lost 491 fora of Stafford Springs Conn for-

.540 average, tops in the leag\ie.: Sanford is next best with 540 won. YtiMi k Y merly of Yale; Center lark

467 lost for a .536 mark, while Orlando is fifth with 475 won 481 lost Keenan of Winston-Salem N C..

sand a .497 mark . A total of 15 umpires worked last season although formerly of South Carolina 14

*- six went straight through the year. . and Center Floyd Rhea of Ix""gBeach.
Calif, formerly of Ore

Total league figures: There were 36,927 at-bats last year, with gon 1 I'The.

batters rattling out 9,321 hits for an average batting mark of 252. '. ,__ _... other 11 were fined $ 5earh
v. - ' ----- Y """ .
. The 9,321 hits were good for 11,719 total bases . There were MARSHALL COLLEGE'S GREEN WAVE: Here is I I gerine Bowl game here New Year's Night. In the I son, Roberts, McCoy, Vondelinde Thj"d'; row Barton Halfbacks They are Ed: McGovern Illinois .
138 home runs hit last 4,860! bases on balls, and 4,328 runs-
batted-in. . If those figures:year appeal, then there were 5,145; strike- the 1947 version of the Marshall College football front row, reading from left to right, are Wilson, Wicklms Evans, Clark, Miller, Plybon Mc- : Frank Trigilio. Vermont;

outs, 305 hit batsmen 1,157 stolen bases, 865 sacrifice hits and I Young Preston, Snyder, Seehnger Sang, Fiorletta. Whoter. Fourth row: Rockwell Willey, D. Gibson, I Quarterback Keith Spaith, of
': team which will play Catawba College in the Toni Second row: Whitehead Koontz L. Gibson Fietd- Hartley Wetzel Riggins Wellman Henthorne. Dinuba, Calif formerly of the
the Imposing total of 8,937 base-runners left stranded . There i Los Rams Fullback
i Angeles ; Ray
were also 1,247 doubles hit, and 355 triples. ; .*'- <&- 5'. 'e :: Ybarra Arizona State: End Abe

A total of 312 players tried their hand at FSIj baseball last. Addams. Indiana; Tackles Tony

year, with the Saints using the fewest, 27 players in winning Serpe, Fordham; A. .T. Spielman

th pennant and playoffs . Orlando in 1946 used the !same t, Tangerine Bowl Entries Drill For Tilt UCLA: Guards Len Canavan, San

number of players in winning both the pennant and playoff, too. Francisco State Teachers: Steve

. Palatka used the most players, 66, but it was 10 less than the Benchwick, Alabama: f enter
76 they used in '46 In setting the loop record . :Number of players -- -- : Milo Milecevich. St 'Mary's of

used by Other clubs! : Gainesville, 32; Orlando, 33; J>esburg;, 1 I California; and former Halfback

40; Sanford, 42; PeLand, 46 and Daytona Reach, 53 . There's ; Swiss To Hold Florida State Ed Hulihee of Honolulu. who
Rooters Plan Demaret Continu Redhot Paceof
almost a direct ration between number of players used and success ies I: was released in midseason In a

of the clubs-npl.and being; the lone exception: this past I squad reduction.

.eason-with clubs getting; thar nstest with the bestest!' and hangIng Games Despite MIAMI [U'Pl Jimmy Demaret the 66-shooters yesterday League Heads Judge \Ticht assessed the

onto them finishing the highest There oughta be a lessonIn gave the Miami Springs fairwaysthe while Byrd had a 70 and Furgol comparatively light fines and

them figgers. . Full Strength Action Of U.S. heat treatment aagin yester- went one over par for a 71. To Meet Today no jail terms because> "there Is
I day shooting a four-under-par Bob Hamilton of Evansville, no evidence the defendants

Although the Saints/ won the pennant, they led the league in S T. MORITZ I Switzerland 66 to improve upon his already Ind Defending Champion Sneadof [Specc! *o (the Sunday SentireI.SterjGAINESVILLEThe ] tried to throw the game."

pitching but not in batting. DeLand's'.6 swat mark was tops, HereWith [AP] The Swiss Olympic Committee commanding lead in the third Hot Springs, Va., Amateur officers I As all paid their fines m cash: ,

while the Saint's pitching staff ERA of 2.73 runs-per-game was Support decided early yesterday round of the $10,000 :Miami Open. Frank Stranahan of Toledo O., and directors of the Florida the judge lectured them

tops-attributable, no doubt, as much to stout infield defensive I [Sunday] to stage the Winter Demaret had a three-day total and Charles Harmon of Jackson, State League will convene here j I "In any professional game.. the

play as to pitching effectiveness . Ed Davis of Orlando had the the less than three Olympic games, here whether the of 198 a dozen strokes under par Mich., all had 54-hole totals of today for a meeting that is expected public demands utter confidence.
best ERA of any pitcher, a 1.7 mark, as compared with lIyrilHaag's United States teams compete or and four better than his nearest 206. Snead coming back like to produce fireworks according -, You should be ashamed of destroying -
weeks!'; away. reports from both I not competitors Ben Hogan and Hogan after two bad days, shota j I I
1.82. yet Davis a hard-lucker won three and lost five, while to some sources. I' public confidence in
Hoag won 17 and lost three . Worst pitching mark was owned by Catawba< and :Marshall: College I The committee, headed by Ar- Walt Burkemo of Detroit. hot 65 while Harmon had a Principal discussion! is expect- j I I what should be a clean sport"I
Phil Roth yesterday indicated that cel Hrnmnger of Geneva, recognized Hogan;; shot a fite-undcr 63 <*67. Hamilton a 68 and Stranahana 'I
a [Rothlisbcrgcrl of DeLand, who won three and lost two 'amps : ed to center around amendments I I Afterwards one pla'-'f'r said;
.. but wound up with an ERA of 7.43 . The Saints had the best lx>th teams wore hard at work the entry of the American to gain a econd-plare' tie itilhflurkenio 6!>. adopted at the recent meeting of |I they had talked of fighting the

fielding average, a .960)( mark which ain't to be sneezed at Total preparing for the !second Tangerine -, Hockey A =sn. of the United a long-hitting; ; blond The 'South' American sensation the National Association of Minor I I case "to show up the gambling
Bowl battle States despite the threat by the who !soon' may he golf's new Roberto de Yinrrnzo ofRuenos Leagues at Miami situation in Honolulu."
league fielding mark was .917, with 28,697 putouts registered along here New Year's but decided
U. S. Committee that if the AHA "golden hoy. Rnrkemo had a Aires, fired- a 66 yesterday '
with 12,747 assists 2,329 errors, 798 double plays and 202 passed nightt it would be too expensiveand
were recognized!, all U. S. teams 67 yesterday and has been one for a 207 total which
balls . And while Coaches Gordon would only prolong their
1 would be withdrawn. of the moot consistent players him the Of Pacific
(placed on same rungas ; College
Best / i Kirkland of Catawba and Roy embarrassmentRufus
fielding first sacker was !Shaw Buck, Groveland High. ': in the field. Cary Middlecoff Memphis,
coach, who had a .991 mark with Palatka in 33 Straight of Marshall were hash-i i The first contingent ofAniprican Klawans, league commissioner
games, althoughJoe The
next competitorsat Tenn., who had a 69, and Amateur Beats Utah 3521LODI
ing out pre- ame plans. members i skiers already is en attended the hearing
Eaton of the G-Men in 127 games, a representative number, 204 were Claude Harmon of Gene Dahlhender, At- ,
led with _'>>R.. . Best second base mark was set by J/nn Bevil of of the Orlando Elks Club Tan- route to Switzerland Deadlinefor Palm Beach, Fla., Glenn Teal of lanta, Ga., who carded par 70. Calif. [lAP] Led by their 'I and his immediately afterward began
Committee revealed of
Orlando, .976 for 30 games, but Ted Rosa, Defend and Gainesville, I i gerine that ticket sales yesterday filing; entries was at midnight Jacksonville, Fla., Fred Haas Jr. Other golfers who were better little All-America quarterback He own said questioning he would play.
were ers. announce
In 121 games had the tops with ..970Jack Wilkes of the Saints Friday night. ,'of New Orleans the first day than the par 210 for the 54 holes Eddie Le Baron the College of action

In ItS games topped third sackers with a -913: mark . Craig; Ly- < progressing satisfactorily. I After the session, which continued pace-setter, and Dave Douglas were Ed Oliver; Buck White, Battle the Pacific Tigers defeated the I any Monday.

brand of Orlando was tops among regular shortstops!' ( with .9:. for Hooters from !Salisbury' X. into the early morning Wilmington, Del, youngsterwho Creek, Mich.; Frank Moore, Utah State Aggies 35 to 21 here '

135 games; . Tops! for outfielders in over 100 games; was.: Jay I ('., home of Catauha, and i i.hour! yesterday the Swiss committee won last week's Orlando St Louis: Skip Alexander, I ex- yesterday in Lodi's first annual I Ralph Kayoes KomarJOHANNESBURG

Stebbins, Leesburjr, .!tR1 for 129: games!!; 'oo.e- f Salter eesburg; Marshall, "-. Va., where :Marshall i, said it would not take responsibility Open. Harmon had a 66 yesterday ington, N. C.; Clayton Heafner, Grape Bowl football game. South Africa

.'1T for 104'games and Johnny Pawlick, Saints' .975 for 113: games.! 'i is located, were wiring i' of judging the differences Teal and Haas 67s and Charlotte. N. C., and Joe Taylor, [lAP] Johnny Ralph, South

Best- Orlando outfield- defensive- work was by Ty Braziel, .925: in 127 1 for seat and hotel reservations which might exist between Douglas a 69. Bristol Tenn., all at 208. Jack I Many new names are on the : African heavyweight boxing
games. . over the weekend, along; with hockey associations in the At 205 were two other De- Burke Mamaroneck. N. Y.; Vic sire's list at Hialeah. Alsab, Bol-I champion knocked out Paul

several" hundred out-of-town I I United States and that the deci.I troiters, Sammy Byrd and Ed Ghezzi, Kansas City, Kan., and )i ingbroke. Blue Swords and Dou- (Buddy] Komar of McKeesport

Seven pitchers had perfect fielding records . Indian Jim guests vho wanted reserved sion to recognize the AHA was Furgol, and Herman Kaiser of Henry Williams Jr., Sunbury, blrah are some of the stallions : Pa., in the third round of their
Ketcher handled ; !seats.' I "final. The American AAU has Akron, O. Kaiser was another Pa., were at 209. which will be sending their first scheduled ten-round bout here
52 chances in 29 !
games flawlessly and in
was three i protested the AHA's right to
. Tangerine Chairman Sa- "get" to the races this Winter. ,, last night
twin-killings Others with 1.000 marks. and games played in, > i name a team.Sugar I
were: Nick Buonato, Saints, 25; Jim Payne, Sanford-Orlando, 20; tarianno last night said that the Phi Delta Theta I\
Garrett Daytona-Sanford. 19! Barriin, DeLand. Orlando and Kissimmee High Citrus Circuit
; 17; Roth DeLand.
16, and Gardner. Saints-DeLand. 14 . Lybrand had the most School bands had been engagedto Ray Has 'Scores 12-0 Win !! SEC Elects Officers, Votes

gross times at bat. 632 . Joe Vitter. DeLand's 48 pilot. set a new I perform during the game, and

record for Consecutive games hitting safely hitting in 27 straight 'I that possibly another outoftownhand In Gator Tussle To Continue Freshmen Policy
or two would be added for
games Art Stillwell of the Saints was the hardest to whiff Announced
striking out once for every 22.9 times at bat while John McManus! the Also halftime show.here for the Weight Problem GAINESVILLE [API A mere Slate .I 1 BILOXI. Miss. fUP) The Southeastern Conference ended Its
game handful of loyal
I fans
Sanford, was tops among bases-on-balls winners getting an averageof will be the Tangerine Queen iI i braved I 5th annual meeting here yesterday without naming a commissioner
one walk every four times up . and that's all for this time. . I I Miss! Patsy Simmons who will see overcast Phi Delta skies Theta last down nightto i SEBRING (tAP] A 12-event to succeed the retired Mike Conner.

More later. i DETROIT [API! Ray [Sugar, ] I schedule of racing in Florida's Dr. Blake Van Leer of Georgia Tech, who was elected prest-
Wh ____________________'( act as queen for the day. Sigma J Nu 12-0 in the 18th annual i< I,
The Elks Club pets the ball Robinson. it appears. will have charity grid classic between "citrus circuit" during March dent of the conference to succeed; Dr. John Tigert of Flprida, an-
rolling today when they plana two battles on his hands this the two University of Florida and April was approved by rep- nounced the SEC would hold at! -- --
South's week to the world welterweight I I
Top Negro Performers motorcade to the Harry-Anna mantle keep he has for- I, fraternities at Florida field. resentative of Region 5, American special meeting later to consider
Crippled Children's Home in worn 'i State CoachesAir
The Phi Delta, garnering their |:I action taken by the National
only a I IKohinMin I Power Boat Assn., at a I
t'matilla. year. I
The Elks
turn pro- third successive': win scored on
Enter Cycle Races Here Collegiate Assn. on compensationfor
Today leeds! from the game. above ex- is scheduled to rot 1 the opening:: play of the second I meeting here yesterday.

Last night's display of bad weather failed to daunt the pen :ec.! over to the home's '::' his title( on the line next Fri. 'period, when Tommy Dixon, I Jack Horsley of Miami re players. Plans For
Royal The rCAA.'I.ruch' meets In
operational budget. night at in 15-: JarkE'fJn' lIe. took Sigma Nu
Lions Racing Team day Olympia a : a I'signed as regional chairman and '
troupe or the large field of
: entries todav's January already has announcedit
round defense against: the seri- punt on his own 28 and galloped
Negro motorcycle racing at the Florida Satarianno said that all Elks! was succeeded by Sam Crooks Football Clinic
program Livestock Exposition I I favors during that
joining today's motorcade 1 ons Coalport, Pa. challenger}) j ji j72 I yards for the score He was compensa-
Grounds half-mile track. Plans are being carried out for Chuck Taylor.But j'I Ij never touched. Gene Bolick Mi-I I,of St. Petersburg who will serve tion to an athlete for a job be
the event with time I would meet at the clubhouse i I' GAINESVILLE f rAP ] The
trials listed for 2 p.m. and the racing program I ami. Phi Delta co-captain. missedthe I!until the annual election of offi--' commensurate with services rendered
set.,to get underway at 3 p.m. A _n - _ { on K. Central at 12utn. Radio I j before Robinson, onetime'Detroiter. Florida Coaches Assn. voted yes
Featured on the card that i isi I station \VHOO vtill broadcast |j can get into the ring, i Phi conversion Delta: Theta scored again I j ji :I cers in September.i Dr. Rufus Harris. president of terday to appoint a committee
drawing of the the program; from I'matilla. there's a little matter of weights i I i addition to fixing the racl -
many South's top Tulane, had moved to support i .
A AC Takes in the final when Jim
period work details for
to out an annual
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and ing schedule, delegates also I
Negro performers from Orlando. Getting back to the football it promises to figure heavilyin Burke. Jacksonville! after a sustained I II whatever action the NCAA takes
Jacksonville. Tampa, :Miami: Atlanta ule of the ledger. Kirkland said the title fight i': Phi Delta downfield drive I I I voted to recommend to sponsors I next month, but his motion was I high school; football clinic: :
and other cities will he Taylor's manager., Jake: aken, | :that the total amount of prizes I be the
the Over Rocket his Indian squad. veteran "Roots" Stocklin's attempt once this season would is prepared to claim the title by'', per heat in races be increased I i organization and the tJniver-.:
I pet another t the goal line from the seven- conference then agreed (! ty
from $:.0 to SI no. I
to break the track default if Robinson who arrived I
recordof I
weeks hard work before yard stripe for the final tally ,;of Florida.
continue Its
Grid The schedule March 7 Jacksonville to grant-in-ald polj
30.4 seconds now held by Joe Franchise here yesterday weighing 159 : :: j'
Riddle being released to spend Christmas i i Bolick again missed the conyer.Ision. March 14. Cocoa March .i I icy until it learns what the : Chuck Taylor, nationally
of Jacksonville pounds. fails to make the 147- j ; ;
at home.
A serious threat to Stockhn NEW YORK [lAP) The fran in Orlando Catawba Dec. will will arrive pound limit. 21.1t.:: Dora; March 28, Lake- j I :NCAA plans to do. known basketball authority. con
27 and
:ducted a clinic on the court
today Is expected to come from chise of the Chicago Rockets was 'be quartered at the Angebilt ':BASKETBALL RESULTS land: April 1. Kissimmee: April At present the conference i igives for the -
j yesterday approximately
Miami's "Hank" 4. Palm Beach; April 10, Fort '
Avery. certain books
Arery terminated yesterday but the Ail- Hotel. West Virginia Gridders athletes 100 high school mentors
nonda 41.
Auburn 18Navy
bested Lauderdale 11, Miami following -
Stocklin in heat : April :
races at meals tuition and $10 month.
The a
veteran but ST. John Mophint 32.Pnnetton
) young-in- :
American Conference announcedthat I attending. Coach Sam McAllister
Miami recently only to bow to mentor reported his Name Corum Captain M. Villanwa 3 : midweek. Havana: April I j During the business session i iI '
a.. would be years squad T_"_ 52. Million 34LaSall I 'of the University of Florida
the a new group formed 18. St. Petersburg. in boards
i veteran in the feature I
hot debate
race to be in MORGANTOWN.= W.'a.. iPh.Iad.lplia' I yesterday morning, '
I good physical condition. [API ColteM > 5. U. ef basketball team will be in
11 chargeof
to continue challenging the only April 18. Lake Alfred out- ]
and Arfcanta :
both S$
performers ibe\\ It was: the same story at Marshall Gene Corum. a guard from Hunt- I followed motion to lift the limitation -
Bears and Cards of the National I Obcrlin 37 AIIo9M"" 34. boards only: April 25. Tampa. i the clinic today.
ready i'
to renew their old numbers of scholar 0
where Asst. Coach Roy ington."a... was named by Loyola <( grudge today. League for Chicago pro football Straight. who will be in the West Virginia University Eastern Kentucky 73. Fur-man 49.Ceorgcton The Florida Federation of ships, which has been set at 75. Frank Doggett, principal of
The patronage. charge Cl. St. Johns (Brooklyn, ) Moverti Outboard Clubs will hold its 1 Duncan U. Fletcher High School
program is sponsored by football A final limitation -
vote lifting the
of the Green Wave here. said his squad last night a<= its ( me> on
the Orlando Ramblers :Motorcycle : 'I I The franchise was taken overtemporarily squad was in good shape and honorary captain for the 1917 |,1 I Clarkson Tech 4*. Alfred 41.Manhattan . Winter meeting here today. I showed a 6-6 deadlock, :at Jacksonville Beach addressed:
by the conference j S7. Dartmouth S3.Michioan the relatf!
the association
of rules on u-
lub who has announced Change are expected to 'which defeated the
would face measure.
two scrim- ea'On.! S3. Western Mwhioan" M.
that reserved sections for white! and the clubs draft rights will bet ; mage sessions this rugged I ---- I I ai.mwm wallac 70. Otter,"", 33.tndana be discu=::$pd. During the meeting the SEC ,ship of the principal and coach.
'r week. .
at the annual 7$ C.r" 42.At'a"t
t I meeting
patrons have been set The -
up. "We're ) agreed: i
: Christian
getting a couple of new ST Lynedbura' 41.
track two miles is located North on of Highway Orlando 441 toward :i which to get under originally way was tomorrow.scheduled plays down. doing a lot of condi- Tangerine BowlInformation Penn 49Washington. State 11. Washington & Jef'trson : N.C. State Line -1. To continue the conference 'New Gunpowder
> of freshmen to
and & to. 63.: Ctonsan SI policy permitting
Apopka Admission is $1. I Jonas In ram. f'ommissionerthe tioning brushing; up on our ......1_.... 42 C.r""' -........" :34. In athletics
blocking : varsity ;
engage Patented
and hearwe'll Coach
tackling I Process
of two-year: old loop, wouldgi' HandolBh-Macon S4. Towven St. Teacher Resigns
2. To contribute $12,000 from
need a lot of both 44.
STROXG FINISHERSGAINESVILLE e no indication who would undertake Catawba" he said. against I Hero's Tangerine: Bowl ticket salesinformation "" 11Ii...-. Pittsburgh 33. RALEIGH. N. C. [lAP] LyleM. SEC funds to the National Olympic -I NASHVILLE, Tenn. (IUPJ) Dr.
Florida's foot I to finance the erstwhile I Bates 4S. Colby M. I North I E. E. Litkenhous Vanderbilt
Game15 .m Jan 1. 194* Westminster 55. Carneaio Tech 45. Rich, line coach at Committee. ,
ballers scored the same numberof I Rockets next season but fromtilcago The Green Wave !squad will $1.50.Stadium(include seats:tax S4.2O.). $3.", V2.4O and George Washington 5*. VMI 4O.Miami Carolina State College for the I Besides electing Van Lee, the j I professor and a well-known

points-39-in the third and j I ( came reports that Daniel not get a Christmas holiday. End zone seats: l-20 (Includes tax). Bradley set SC.Tampa TCU 52.46. !past three years, announced yes- conference named Dr. Fred T. (football team rating expert has
fourth quarters of their ten foot- F. Rice. grain dealer. and I They \\ill leave Marshall" Her.f Ticket sales: Notre Dame Cl Northwestern SS.Toled terelav that he was resigning and Mitchell president of MississippiState \' patented a process for irakingsmokrle
ball games rot Her.rv frn. Mail order. Secretary. Elks Club, 403 87. Defiance 45.
in 47.
The Gators
'president" 22. work out at an unan- E. Central. Ave.. Orlando. Vale &3. Pennsylvania 42. 'ha' he will return to his:: homeat vice-president:: and:: retained gunpowder :n c'y"
scored' only 13 first-quarter points the Mutpnals: :: S eiv u'e < of whereas the
Sioux Falls S D. to devote Dr W D. Funkhouser normal: period is LDjdays :
; ...
and 34 in the second frame. the majority stock holders. In Orlando liant Cigar She* or Jack HoDoway1 I State" 83. .. 70.
Christmas Eve. - -- Virginia 4*. OuVt 3$. full time to business Interests. 'Kentucwy as secretary-treasurer.. it'was .discl sed'esterda7.I -: .


Lucky Dan Wins Pineywoods Field Trials Finale I

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Bob 1
Tip Top

rZr I : Clark, Potter Score As I Kramer Listed r

Open All-Age i

.. Ramblers Down OAB 12-0 No. 1 Amateur - -

Stakes Victor .

fThe Sunday Sentinel-Star, Sports Staff]

Br HAL DAVIS The rugged, unbeaten Orlando Ramblers, capitalizingon Singles PlayerNEW I

: [Our Own Staff Correspondent] two scoring aerial thrusts in the second period, registeredtheir

The Pineywoods open derby. ninth victory of the campaign last night at Greater YORK [lAP] The U. S

final event of the week-long field Orlando Stadium as they mauled the 14th Air Force Flying Lawn Tennis Assn. barely got

trials that ended with darknesslast Tigers, 12-0 in a bruising battle. under the wire yesterday in name
night, was won by Kilsyth
ing Jack Kramer as the nation'sNo.
Bob *
Potter Rambler fullback.
Lucky Dan, owned by Gerald M :!1: 'r 1 ranking amateur star because -
set stage for the first marker
of New York and "
Livingston ,
less than from
handled by George Evans, Quit- ''when he intercepted an Ed I'I'I Compton Wins now the big Californian a fortnight is sched--
Blount pitch on the Tiger 39
man, Ga.Second.
i I uled to begin belting the ball for '
place went to Glen and hied to the 34. Then Halfback large sums of 'I
crest Bonnie, owned by H. G. Pierce Robertson faded to
The 1947 rankings offer few
( Swanson, Chicago, and handledby the Tiger 40, uncorked a long Over 2019TYLER surprises and probably will be
to Mallard Clark for the Tyler
Bert Black Acree, Ga., and pass accepted without argument at the

,'TD. Aubine Batts' attempted. Tennis Assn.'s annual meeting .
Another Pointer Lost placement conversion failed.In .
Tex. lAP] Compton here on Jan. 24. Frankie Parker,
L Another pointer entry in the t the waning; moments of CaL, Junior College staved off a of Los Angeles who originallywas

Piney woods field trials completed the quarter the diminutive last quarter rally by Tyler, Tex., ranked second to Kramer
p) A near Taft yesterday ha Clark around( his last
4 scampered Junior College here yesterday to year hut was displaced by
been lost. This dog, a valuable ,.
left" end for 40 yards to the win the first annual Texas Ross Ted Schroeder after a hot debateat w..seuscuseu..ussoi .
orange and white pointer Tiger :30. Robertson turned his Bowl 2019. the main meeting has been PLAY TENNIS EXHIBITION TODAY: Gardner Larned (left
__ bitch bears the name plate of I I right flank to the 16, then The California eleven came given the No 2 spot again and and Buddy Behrens two nationally ranked tennis players'from
F."f'ddle of Dublin. Ga., I, with the entire Tiger seems certain to hold it this time.
array I from behind a first quartertouchdown Rollins College, will play on exhibition match at the Orlando
on its collar. Anyone know- .
Schroeder of Calif
napping heaved to Potter for Glendale .
by Tyler and built
Ing the whereabouts! of this Tennis Club today at 2 p m.
ranked third Gardnar :Mul-
a touchdown play. was ;
on a -
up a !().6 lead at the end of the *
dog: I is asked to contact Lester Once again: Batts' extrapointboot :: third period. toy, of Miami, Fla., fourth; Billy 4-

White at Orlando 3-1226 or failed. Talbert of :New; York City,
Tyler had scored shortly after
2-2715. fifth; Pancho !Segura of Kcua- Lamed Behrens Tie
The Tigers, with QuarterbackEd the game opened when Rollin Up
---- --
dor [who alo has turned ,
third was awarded to Ariel's Up, ;j i Blount, an "importation"I Frase cracked through: the line professional .
], sixth Bob Falkenburg
- # ..-----....-- owned by Bracy Babbitt, Wins-1' MacDill Field, manning the from the three-yard line. ; .
I' Holljwood seventh
-(Our Own Staff Photos Knight ton-Salem, N. C, and handled by tossing:: end, passed their way toI Compton bounced back in the In Exhibition
Eddie San Francisco
FIELD TRIALS! CHAMPION: Tip Top Bob, owned by E J. Laney Paul Walker, Farmington, N. C. the Rambler 21 in the second second quarter to drive SO yardsin ;, eighth; Earl (Cnchell Los Play TodayTwo

of Daytona Beach and shown here with his handler, Herman The first place winner stood heat and to the Rambler 13 in eight plays, Don Rogers pass- Angeles/ ninth and !Seymour'

Smith of Hatchechubbee, Ala., yesterday was declared winnerof out well aboie the field.' His the final round when Larry ing to Angel Garcia for the touch- Greenberg, Los Angeles, tenth.' nationally. ranked tennis players from Rollins ColSp! :::p ,

the highly regarded Open All-age Stakes at the Piney- searching was! made the more Rosenbaum gathered in a Blount down from the one-yard line. The only thing resembling a Gardner l.arned and Ruddy Rehrens-usher in the Winter tl -:;: :

woods Field Trials. convincing by two solid finds pitch and was headed for pay Harold Giersch kicked the extra shock was the relegating of Tom season at the Orlando Tennis Club today with an exhibition

.. in which his manners' were dirt only to stumble and fall witha point. Brown Jr. of San Francisco to scheduled to start at 2 p m

good enough to win all-age clear field ahead. In each instance Twice in the third period No. 12. a notch below Victor Sei- The I rnecl-Behrens exhibition is a first in a series of not

contests his handling: responseof the Rambler forward wall Compton tallied. Rogers passed xas!'! of Philadelphia. who was \ents leading to the lr..1)
Three Newcomers AppearOn a high order and his rangeto stiffened and took the ball over 13 yards to Halfback Johnny Williams awarded No 11. Brown. the sen Florida State Tennis up <
I Champicn
the reasonable' limits of the! on downs. for one and Bill Mossman sation of 1916 attended strictly

course He showed much re miniscent 1 Tempers on both sides flared passed to Bob Gregory 15 yards to his law studies the past Summer Florida Slams 1 local ships which tennis will club be for staged a <:IX-dE at the WlJ"period ..

of his sire Champion ''throughout the fracas and only for another. Giersch kicked the and though he played brilliantly Jan
Boxing Card MondayThree I Tarheelia Lucky Strike, who
has won several times in local to from developing into a Pier 6 did not compete sufficiently to
and ranked
trials.! : brawl .The defensive showingsof Cigar Bowl Lists i satisfy the ranking committee. Auburn 47-39 16th natlonallwill be .
newcomers to local knuckle wars will appear in six- I Bonnie a merry setter bitch. the Ramblers' Hugh Buford i Other rmdrt rankings vrrrJmmn grooming
Brink. Srittl. 13 Jark TutroNw his game preparatory to entering *
round bouts
round out the American
Legion boxing show scored and Rouse outstandingas Football OfficialsTAMPA
was pleasing in action and | Ray were Ortrinn. 14. IrvIn Dorfmin New the Bowl Tournament.
Sugar -
featuring the Billy Kinard-Johnny Bitenbruk rematch tomorrownight a find in typical derby form. The were those of the losers' Ted York CIty 15: Gardn.r Lamed Chln.oII GAINESVILLE [lAP) Florida's
I $;: Richard Gonzales Lot Anlr 17 .
third place pointer ran well and Straub and Jack Layfield. (fAPI Hervey Yancey. Clarence C.rt..... San Prinrtsco 18 Harry Gators made a comeback fight Behrens. National Interscholastic
Billy Northwood, 142-pounder from the Bronx, fighting out of I!showed the judges a bevy of 14TM AIR FORCE ORLANDO (11) [Florida) a Southern Conference Likaa Jr. San Franrliro 19 Herbert against Auburn's Tigers last -
.... .
p... football official. yesterday was Flam Beverly Hill Cal 20: Sam Match night and their second Champion as well as National
.Miami, win laKe on rannie \\'al1 in form. copped
quail accepted
RaY LE WhartctnB.aUy San Franruro. 21. Fred Kovalrskl De
Junior title-holder is the Florida
lace 140 a Texas puncher from I I Probably the best running and LT Lana named referee for the Cigar troit. 22 Sidney B Wood New York City. Southeastern Conference victory ,
Donuts La BendrtzRaiford Bowl football New Year's 21 Channrrv S'prlc) Jr Cambridge members of the Rollins tram
game 17 to :30Hans .
over the six round hunting derby to show was Ac- .
Cameron Hit | tc-c' C LintonHal. Maso 2$ Brrnard Bartzrn" San Anl route in the semi-windup Promoter colade's Ranger Jane. owned by RG 'cReuse D a y between Chester I Pa.1 1 25 Richard Sa..ltt East Or.n" Tanezler put Florida last Summer lifted the
Wilbur Stokes announced Ind ounps le-e' ftT H..ttoBTIl'OB Teachers and Missouri Valley N J. 2fi Gnre Pero Miami. Pta 27' ahead with a foul basket after junior net title from California
D. M. Puckett Princeton
RE BaUaK.nnard Franria X Shield New York City 2R:
yesterday. By Chaffey'sPass and handled by Earl "Red" Wed Qt (IC-el HoequistRapprt College Herbert Brhreni. Ft Lauderdale. Flu 29: two minutes had passed but the :holders for the first time in 14
LH1 Robertson Other officials will be Julian Sidney Srhwarts New York City 30Kramer lead was short-lived as Mobberlyand years.
rile. Dublin. Ga. Jane turned on RRB IufordEld.r
Xorthwood was a Golden Wets Lane \Florida) : Ed and Schroder again were The exhibition will be a be.t
PB Potter umpire ,, Williams sent the Tigers out
ranked the
the steam in an eager search. as nation s No 1 doubles combination -
Gloves winner In the Bronx in Attack 14lh Air Porte ______ 0 0 0 0- 0 O'Reilly I Tampa U)1. head lines- despite their loss to Jack Brom- front with field baskets. two out of three sets match aro
displayed:: amazing by Orlando 0 12 0 O12Touchdowns
19-12 and has had vieS and Colin Long of Australia In \heD..I. I
reportedly man \Villard Johnson [I Illinois], will be the numberone
finishing strong after racing : Clark. Potter. 14th A P. ; Cup challenge round Midway the first half Taenz- played: on
fair success as a professional. PASADENA Calif [lAP] Chaf--:1 freshly plowed field for Sub.tltutlons' Mi1l. Han. Jlruc. Haney.. field judge: Dalton [Florida)1. MulloT gained the unusual distinctionof ler gave Florida a one-point I court.
across a U"fleld Hender.on.Dunn.
Straub. Montaomery.
He has fought a dozen fights fey Junior College of California half a mile when called by Wed Truitt. Rawlrt.) Miller. Roarnbaum. boxman. and George Straus team being and paired with with Talbert Parker as as thc the No No. 2 3 lead again and near' the end of I Orlando Tennis Club officials

recently against good fighters unleashed a brilliant passing dle. Blount.. Jackson" Orlando SubstitutionsSt'Trns. : (Stetson], electric clock opera- duet Bartzen" and Larned the William the half the tall Jacksonvilleboy said no admission would be
In the Southeast. Martin. Scott. Clark. FrrrU. Bar and Mary College paIr. were ranked No 4.
game in the last half yesterdayand Kirk woods Satlirna owned ker. Moths Arm. Morris. tor. Greenberg: and Seixas No :i. Gonzalesand got hot for seven' quirk I charged.

Wallace who won a kayo victory trounced the favored} Cam- by Sam Scott Brjn Manr. Pa., -- Shlrlds No *. Corhrll and Match. |mints to giie the Caters a 25 I
'Nn 7 Ukas and
: William T
Vott NO.8.Itrlnk
over Billy Grimm at Miamiin \eron College Aggies of Okla ran a beautiful race to the B. Bexley. Tampa and shown by sterling: work of Agrippa. ownedby and Gonzales. No.9. Carter aDdMo..lan to 19! intt'rmi..ion lead. ', IRITTXIFTl"; SHOOTING

his last fight, is described as homa 39 to 2fi before an esti- limits with a merry, space-eat John Ga'tes. Leesburg, Ga., was S H. Vredenbaugh Vreden- The No 10 Atibnin diew closer with three RUSSELL Iowa [AP] Chuck

a "good boy coming along" who mated 55,000 fans in the second ing stride. !She is a development merry and happy in her search- baugh. Ala. Agnppa looked likea Don MrNeill ranking"' Julius committre Heldman explained and Ladls-that succe,-,,ne foul baskets as the Debok, a Russell High School

has shown improvement in recent -:annual little Rose Bowl game. of George Crangle.:: ings. Ranger's Ariel Pete start- million dollars on his find and lay I Hrcht were not listed In smiles be- second half opened but Miller. played. racked up an Iowa sea.
of Insufficient
matches, Stokes reported. I Several other derbies were ed by Herman Smith, ran a wide, ''his race impressed the judges. rause data Taenzler. Hamilton and Taenzler sonal high of 55 points in a basketball
Handing ) ton |lokial
Another new face, Jimmy Bru- .a" !:shown: on game on the hirdy forward type of hunt that im G.V.. Stanbury, Jefferson City. again dropped field baskets to game here Friday night
their first defeat of the Named
boys Hollingsworth
ton, West Palm Beach 127-pound- courses of the Bronson ranch. pressed.At Tenn., and D. Roy Persons. shoot the Gators out front with' with
er, will face a well-kndwn Orlando season and giving the West' its. Boy, handled by Joe McCall. Monticello, Ga., and the experts. ALLE:<:To\\'N. Pa. [API Al a lead that Auburn never again
second In the
straight win the conclusion before
boy. Jack Emanuel, 127, in an- :1 t, Clover. S. C. Accolade's Ann* Shore's Brownie Doone who Hollingsworth, former Philadelphia seriously threatened. Lucas.WATER
East-West attraction for
season of the blll'stllnJtlt'
other six-rounder. I i I'i''owned r by John Shaw .Tax and yesterday, won first place in the inaugural Phillies pitcher. yesterday -
Junior the
College elevens stake in Florida
Bruton, with 14 professional handled hv {'ran IE". Mack handled history. ; running of the Pineywoods trials was' named 1918 manager of Newark Trades Zak i
Panthers from nearby' Ontario which
the all-age, started
fights under his belt here Gene Lunsford open last took third the Allentown Cardinals of the
comes by Ewing.; year place I
billed as a willing mixer and forged in ahead the last and quarter son the with contest athrf'f'tou"hdown Ill.. !Stein City Rags, owned by record Tuesday! entry morning of :5.1 and of Amer drewa over some very good ones by Class B Interstate League. To Portland for Mosser LOSETS

good boxer. He has fought two R. Z. Cates. !Spartansburg. S. C. scoring' : immaculately on game !i NEWARK [lAP] Frank Zak.
splurge.The ica's which '
flight dogs" are
10-round main events, winningone and handled by Vernon GillmoreKannanolis top ; three times and searching according HOCKEY SCORES I veteran infielder who played
and losing one. lead in what proved to l he N. C. and Ranger'sriel campaigned on the big: circuit, to Hoyle. Brownie is Washington. 4. Springfield; 3. shortstop for the Newark Bears SjfgOO
Billy Pasco 180 will Willie a wile affair changed hands five starting; in Saskatchewan! owned G. M. ofNew Philadelphia' 7. Buffalo' 3. in !
meet .\ Pete shown by Herman by Livingston New York 4, Toronto 1. 1047. was sold to Portland of
Canada in early September'
Sims, 172 in a Negro bout times and was tied at 26-2 go- !Smith were those pointing birds York, and handled by Detroit 4. Chicago 3. the Pacific Coast League yester-
ing into the final five minutes Tip Top Bob was declared the Ottawa 7. lotion 3 (Quebec: L. gue). eachBATH
which will open the card. Accoivm Red Weddle starter. George Evans Quitman Ga. day for rash and Wandell Mosser,
winner. Herthty 2. Cleveland 2 (It.e')
Public clamor over a draw verdict when Chaffey pulled to the front. poured on the coal in a wide There were two dogs: especial Indianapolis. 2, Pittsburgh. 2 (!..). I I left-handed pitcher
in their encounter here a Chaffey had a 19-14 lead at half heat in the manner desired by Bob, owned by E. J_ Laney. Iy the winners were hard -- - TUBS4V2

month ago resulted in the rematch time. I devotees of class In a bird dog. i Daytona Beach, and handled by pressed to beat. They were Stein

of Kinard and Bitenbruk, !Sunshine Nelly and Flying Colors -, his developer Herman Smith, ;, City Jack owned by R Z. Cates. Over 400 Entries AnticipatedFor and 5 Ft.

neither of Nvhom expects Mon- Legion-Sponsored I entered by the veteran developer ran the nearest approach to a I and handled by June Welchel. Complete with Trim

day's tussle to go the full 10 of champions Ed Far- field trial man's dream race of 'I both of Spartansburg. S. C.. and

rounds. Wrestling Returns I nor Vnion !Springs.; Ala.. were any of his competitors and !1 Nocturne, owned by J. S. Rosen:: Dog Show Here Jan. 75-76 $98.50While

Kinard i shown to good advantage as was locked up on point at the very 1: berg. Albany Ga.. and handled

at 152 and expects Britenbrnk to weigh about In | To Arena Tuesday I Haueabook Village Pet. started end in story book fashion, to by Bert mack.'of Acree Ga. Both The canine sporting world will again focus its attention on They Last

the same. Both hate reported bv Bill Echells. Leesburg: Va. gain first honors. turned up two covies and had Orlando Jan. 15; when the Central Florida Kennel Club presents Cash or Terms

intensive training for the j Wrestling under the sponsorship Florida Hurricane owned by. A !Second place was won by the 'sparkling' ; races another all-breed dog show at the Municipal Auditorium.The .

match. Stokes said. I of American Legion Memorial --- show': will be a two-day event held under rules and regulations -

The Sanford : Post No. 19 returns to the LeI of the American Kennel Club. As usual, the dogs exhibited LIBBYFREEMAN
slugger bangedout
; ... .
igion Arena Tuesday night with -
I Will not ne ann ': --- -- ---
a decision over Gus Aldridge: I both male and feminine performers Michigan Offense Nation's Best nencnen. special, ; &
Macon Ga. will be made for
middleweight, at Mi- participating, Post Comdr. provisions spectators to bring the dog owners to Or.
ami in his only since to see "backstage" and i
appearance Milton F. Collier announced last lando from far and wide.It .
the Bitenbruk go and was credit night. NEW YORK [fITI) The question -I nopoly for the top three spots yards on 504 rushes in 10 tilts. watch professional handlers is hoped to have at least 711 W. Church St. Tel 9869

ed with a solid showing. The card, as revealed by Pro- whether Notre Dame or I I by finishing! third with an average Runnerup for rushing honors groom their animals for their 100 Orange County dogs enteredin

Opening gong of the 28-round : moter Rep Regan, will feature Michigan was the mightiest grid i yardage of 400.2 per )game was Penn State's Nittany Lions appearance in the ring. I the .lanuarv show. and entry LEESBfROSuinytid

program is set for 8.30: p.m. t Indo Cherokee Oklahoma Cherokee -' machine in the land during 1947 Considerably farther back was with an average of 301.4 yards Approval of the show dates I blanks: may be obtained within Tel* *: Hifhwajr 4

Indian performer, against an was settled yesterdaystatistically ; Penn !State in fourth place withan per game while Wichita was has been received bylocai dog I a few days (11 Red

GRID RESULTS opponent to be named in the I at least-when the Wolverines average of 363.9 while Cali-, third with 290/ :Notre; Dame was fanciers' and premium lists are ,

main bout were officially proclaimed the fornia rated fifth with 36.5. fourth with 273.S and Hardin now being: printed for the

coil.(0.,. ......ef Bowl Pacific Si Utah. Slat H Miss Rusty Mae of New York leading offensive eleven throughout The Midwest made it a clean !Simmons fifth with 269! .3. Round- show which is expected" to at.

South. C.re...... State 7. Alien U. Pecan will take or'lIargiIarsh of Cal- the nation. sweep when Michigan: emergedas ing out the first 10 were Mis tract more than 400 dogs, owners
.811.M.rl. ifornia semi-final matchingand Fritz Cnsler's unbeaten Michigan the best forward passing teamin sourl. Oklahoma California. Ar- and professional handlersto ; _
Valley 20 MeMurry U (Soya in a
S.Chaffoy.- Bow 1.. the Green Shadow and Al squad paced all rivals withan the country and Detroit as the my and Michigan: in that order. this city.

11- 811.39. Cameron Col"", 2C (LittleComoton ) Richey mix in the preliminary average of 412.7 yards per top team in rushing offense. i i Second to the Wolverines in The coming show is one of

: 20. according to the National In the air, the Wolverines who ,
Tyler Junior CoJIeoe it bout The at 8:15 eight competitive dog events
opens the air-lanes
... program was Arizona withan
(T. '
Mote Bowl
Collegiate Athletic Bureau. The ranked 10th best on the ground, scheduled for Florida in Here
Denver .. I January
U. 27 U. *f Hawaii pm. I' average of I6K.O yards gained are the
Wolverines accumulated 3,714 averaged 173.9 yards per game. Although Orlando consistently
by in 10 Indiana
yards on 582 plays in nine contests Michigan attempted 153 aerials, was passes! third with games.I3IR.11: _-- base one of the largest dog shows ________ ____

A NEW SERVICE..for completed 77. scored 15 touch- si",,ippl fourth with 149.6, and held in the South. the fact that OUTBOARDS
A few" shades behind were downs and chalked up 1.565 I Clf'mllon! fifth with 1473.Detroit's Northern exhibitors can participate I

Plymouth and DeSoto the undefeated Irish of Notre yards. On the ground, the Big: I I is so many shows' in an
Owners i
Dame, runnernp for total offense Nine Champions amassed; 2,149' emergence as thecountry's approximate two week period everyone

Quicker Efficient honors, with an average. yards on 429! plays for an average best rushing eleven means that dog; enthusiasts will wants I I
yardage of 408.6 per' game. of 238.8 per game. broke an Army-Notre Dame monopoly come from nearly every State in _

i'"T1 Frank Leahy's charges! chewed Detroit's average: of 319.7 per of four years. The Titans' the union to participate. .I 75

up 3.671arde in 668 plays in game: by rushing; was! far and 319.7 yards averaged; per Important phase of such all -
I nine games. Detroit's Titans away the best in that department game is the third best; in college; breed dog shows is the fact that -.' :*-

gave the :Midwest' a tight mo- The Titans gained: 3.197 football history. Army's averageof the events do attract many peo m -,
3.'>9.R in 1945.: featuring the pIe from all sections':: of the United

celebrated Glenn Davis and Felix States, and that they attend qTh1'1

Sanford Club Lists Inaugural fDocl] Blanchard. was the best the shows for no monetary gain -
ever and Notre Dame's 340.1 average hut rather for the sport and ;
of 1946! the second best. ; :: '
was pleasure derived from the competition r7 ,
Quarterhorse Meet For Dec. 28 Mississippi which ranked provided through: the -
!I I fourth in passing offense principally -
breeding and showing the dogs.Very Come and .
f.rv *r> T"f Sundo\ tmel-Storl !'r because' of Charley Conner- few money prizes are spring. a'

-\XFORD-The Dusty Boots Riding Club will sponsor its first 'ly, passing leader of the nation. attached to the shows, but the there will again

quarter horse meet to be staged on the new race track located at I i threw more leather than any other opportunity for a dog: to win be a 1ongaitinglist i

'he Sanford Municipal Airport Sunday. Dec. 28. | team with 256 tosses. Texas A. championship points in competition for E'vinrudes '

Jack Sassard. president of the Dusty Boots Club, announced and M. threw the second highest with some of the best; the motors I .

yesterday .that a purse S13.000: had been staked out so far for five number. 251. dogs in the
u-es on the card. An additional Ole :Miss; broke two passing;:; ----- seems to want. 1'." - a beus o.n....

S five races will be added this \ares. against Little Annie, owned 'I marks.erase; the completing old mark of 147 13S passes by; Tulsa to- MERCURY Right i now wehae Is =:::seoaw irnbw0 susac-=

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Top race of the afternoon Three other races with $l.000 average; of 574. :Mississippi for Christ. s -- ---- Vp..7S
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H. Walker Crowned NL'&( Board Member Calls For Walcott Rematch]

Batting Champion For 47
: Orlando, Florida, December 1 14, 1947 Telephones:: 4161 or 3-1681 irbt unba1t Sorntindtzrr Page 3._

NEW YORK [AP] Harry "Little Dixie" Walker of the Philadelphia ;I 'Silent Member'Sees

Phillies yesterday was officially crowned the National

League's 1947 batting champion. OWGA Stages Stetson Idle
Young brother of the better known "Dixie," who was recently I

traded from Brooklyn to Pittsburgh, Harry finished the season Negro As Golf Tourney

with a .363 mark according to :

ficial averages released by or-l game, breaking his own :Major Over Holidays
League record of four. Next Sunday

loop.Bob Two other Giants, Catcher ContenderNEW
Top s'
Elliott of the Walker Cooper and :Mgr. :Mel IT 4 g The Orlando Woman's Golf I rc,,,- al! to The S..ndc 5-::
Braves, the circuit's most valu- A 'ri LANDTheStet
T .
Ott tied :Major League marks. Assn. will stage a mixed two-ball
able player, finished second witha versity: Hatters baske ,
Cooper hit seven round-trip YORK (API Dr. C. B. tournament at Dubsdread Coun-
.317 average. pens in six straight games and Powell, one of the two usually with three games unit
Club next to continue I I
Phil Caiarretta of Chicagoand Ott by playing in a few games, silent members of the New York try Sunday belt will not see action !
Athletic Comm. I its drive to raise funds which'hardwood again until at" ( >
Angle Galan of Cincinnati extended his own modern National State yesterdaysaid I
were tied for third place at League record for longest he would insist that Jersey will be used to defray expensesin Christmas holidays. T: :

.314 and Pittsburgh's Ralph service with one club to 22jears I Joe Walcott be given a return I the State Women's Tournament I game for the Hatters will I. <
Kiner was fifth at .313. and tied the major mark. bout with Champion Joe Louis invasion of Orlando for r .. ,
I here next April with the Orlar - *_ '
The remaining individual hon next June. t engagement c
The 29-year-old Philly outfielder ors were gained by Holmes, Ed- I The Harlem publisher and physician I The tournament will be opento Base quintet Jan. 5.
I... who started the season I The Hatter squad is r < >
! said he was definitely opposed -
die Miller of Cincinnati, Jackie members outside of the
_ with the St Louis Cardinals col-
of one senior, one JUT f
I' to a title match between
lected 186 hits in 513 trips to Robinson of Brooklyn and Red Louis and Light Heavyweight OWGA, it was announced last I sophomores and four fn'- -
Schoendienst of St. Louis.
the plate including 29 doubles, 16 Champion Gus Lesnevich and night. Entry fee will be $1. Phillip Enlow of Belle G
triples and one homer in 140 Holmes collected the most hits I the lone senior while GPOV i .
bar its sanction.
would vote to
191 and the most singles, 146. I y Prizes will be awarded for best .
His 16 I -
games. three-baggers also tie of Myers, Mont, is a :
topped the loop. Miller hit the most doubles, 38; Eddie Eagan is chairman of 4 ? T'rz low net and low gross scores. t
the In-
Sophomores on roster!
Robinson accounted for the most the commission and has been
Four of the players who made I' clude Jordan :Majmard. Eustia; ;
sacrifices, 28 and the most stolen the group's spokesman! on most
the ten this for-
top year were John Kearns, Spring Valley,
bases, 29; Schoendienst went to important matters. Leon F. TidePractice
mer circuit batting kings. X. Y; .-\Weldon, Dayi-sa:
Musial bat the most times, 659.: Swears is the other member of
Stan of the
Cards, who t'ach1; HaTs DeLand: Izrl
The New York Giants led the the three man commission.Swears .
finished sixth with a .312 mark ,. Marsh Orlando Charles Ben-
t Drills StiffenTFSCALOOS. ;
league in most of the club bat- and I'owf'll are seldom ..
this the
year, won title in 1916 rens, Jacksonville; Charles
ting departments. The Giants talkative. "
with a .365 average and he also c Ala. [AP) Rowland, Sanford; :Myron Samson -
clouted 221 homers
was tops in 1943. The other a Major "The commission does not dt Coach Harold "Red" Drew sent Jacksonville'; Joseph j
former champions are, Cavarretta League record and established a make matches," Powell said ina z I A } 1 Clone, Daytona Beach: Bob j
number of other his Alabama Crimson Tide football -
1945, Pete Reiser, Brooklyn, four-ply records World-Telegram interview yes- Keilly, Delray Beach; Bill Livingston -
1911 and Dixie Walker, 1944. while doing so. They also terday, "but it is our responsi-- squad through its first Crescent City Geor-e

Rounding out the top ten are, scored the most runs 830, battedin bility to see to it that a logical 1 : ik scrimmage session yesterday Everett and Xick Triantafelln.

George Kurowski, St Louis;, the most runs, 790, and collected contender is given recognition I } ; I since practice for the Sugar Daytona Beach and Ben Simpson -

seventh, .310; Tommy Holmes, the most total bases, when he has qualified in the .__ .nn.._el ..L_.m.._ _..._ .mnm.__._ _-_-. ..__-.mm--.k s j Bowl encounter with Texas St Cloud.Freshmen .
Boston, and Reiser, eighth, .309 2,425. ring." I =f[(Cir.nJ.n-sdr:7Bm: : ; S started Monday. members are r.rn-:''

and Dixie Walker, tenth, .306. with Boston led the loop in batting Without passing opinion onI ORLANDO HIGH'S 1947-48 CAGE SQUAD: 'Donnie Dyer, John Bamberg, Second row: With- Halfback Monk Mosley, land Tyre, Daytona Beach n;: ,a
a .273; mark and also
Kiner and New York's Johnny high in doubles, 2G5, and sacri-was the split decision by which Louis Here are members of Coach Sam Porter's Or- John Francisco, Britt Simms, Earle Dukes, Fullback Red Noonan and Wing- Nesmith, Perry; Jack Crc'; -
retained his title in the Walcott ,
Mize dominated the sluggers. back Charley Davis sparking the and Grant \. .
fices 129. The 1 lando High School basketball team which Kent Stevens. Third Coach Porter Art *
went to bat row: ,
Here's what the two did: fight, Dec. 5, Powell made it : i I attack, the Crimson varsity banks, Atlanta.
Kiner-tied Mize for the home- the most times, 5,422, collectedthe clear that he thought Walcott's opens its season here Tuesday against San- Shirk, Bob Flowers, George Reed. Bill Doerr, I marked up repeated gains Balance of schedule:

run championship with 51 homers most hits 1,462 and baggedthe performance was the best of ford. In the first row, reading from left to I another member of the varsity squad, was against the "B" squad. The Jan. 5. Orlando Air Base. three .1'1L .t

hit for the most total bases, most triples 63. Brooklynled any of the 24 challenges to Louis I right, are Art Ross, Jerry Cloud, Mike Lyons, not present. I Tide's passing attack was given State and 9.C Wofford. home:, Jan.home 16 Jan.and 1'17, 1 1 a
361; set a Major League record in stolen bases, 88. since the Brown Bomber captured I a thorough workout, Mosley i home; Jan. 20. Florida, then J'
by slamming eight homers in the crown in 1937. I !connecting with End Jim Cain ,Southern home: Jan.Cone 30. Erskine.there: Jan.there.24 .f.i", __
four consecutive tied Sunshine Park "We all have been proud of for several nice gains. Ne beny. there.
games; EyesSeason's I Feb. 2, Wofford. there. F."'. *"
Louis for his in'
seven Major League records by sportsmanship Tampa U. home, Feb. 13 and It I .ar

V\L;: hitting five games homers twice. in,two six consecutive in- i| Opener I and ued. out"He of has the ring taken," he on tontine every :: Tiger Cagers Open Against Feds TuesdayCoach Jacksonville Game I 23.(there tentative Mercer.; Peb.). Jacksonville there 17. Florida; Feb. 2 NAS.'home. Flo I:_-.T.J., r r---i

", three consecutive games three j OLDSMAR.:: Fla. [API) You'll j contender with pretensions to Set Back to TodayJACKSONVILLE U. there and Feb. 28. Tampa U v.......

times, four in four consecutive 1 find some optimistic smiles < his title. Those who made good Sam Porter isn't expect-,,, The Tigers pry the lid off: Porter announced a slight'I IAPI[ ] The
times at bat, and four round-trip-i around Sunshine Park which I' fights were always sought after ing to set the State on fire with their schedule here Tuesday witha change in his schedule yesterday. I football game between the Arcadia WELCH WANTS OUTSEATTLE
pers in a doubleheader; equalled I 1 last year dropped many a thou- by him for a return. It isn't I his first Orlando High School double-header affair with San- I i Athletic Club of Baltimore [CAP The Times tifd""' -
Sarasota additional Pc
seeking an that Ralph
the National League mark by sand dollars and there was as consistent with his personal code I basketball team, but he's start- 'ford's Celery Feds. and the Jacksonville Commodores -yesterday .
twice hitting three consecutive 1 much betting the track wouldn't that he should consider bowing ing the Tigers out on their sched-- Junior varsity! squads. from game to go with the Dec. 23 tilt, i i scheduled for last night 'of Welch Washington, a member football of the Unlver coacl-rj:%y:

homers in one game; and by win- I, last 10 days as on the horses. out, as I understand he intends'ule early enough to get a good ,, the two schools clash at 7 p.m., I has been cancelled off the OilS I jin the Gator Bowl, was postponed I staff since 1930 and head cc::.:ch
ning the homer title in 1946, he I The entire racing plant is having to do after June. without want- I line on his strength before going while the varsity encounteris card entirely because of the holi-I late yesterday until 2 since 1942, had asked that he r.*
became the first player in the its face lifted for the open- ing to wipe out his poorest showing I'into the Big Ten Conference slated to get underway at I days. o'clock:: this afternoon because of be considered for reappolntmczi:
ing of the 50-day season Jan. 9. since his first fight with Max sessions ahead.Rampart. 8:13 rain.
Major League history to lead : p.m. Leesburg has been added, op- for next year.
his New stables are being built to Schmeling. I
league or tie for the leader-
posing the Tigers here Dec. 30
Stating flatly that he doesn'tconsider
ship in home in each of his accommodate 1,000 horses. Grandstand -
runs I
Lesnevich and at home, Feb. 3.
a logical contender -
first Mize-batted two seasons in in and the scored majors.the I i made, improvements the track has have been been resurfaced I Powell added: VictorAt S ui.s jifive I The Portermen have one other CHRISTMAS GIFT BOXES
I "It is my recollection that he game before disbanding for the
.most runs, 138 an 137 respectively i a flower-bordered lake Of
was stopped by Bruce Woodcockin yrrj Christmas season. They play in
|has been built in the midfield of Miami Track
established National I
; League I I and time before 19.
England some ., St. Petersburg Friday,
the one-mile
record by scoring in 16 straight I I that by Lee Oma in the Garden. HALLANDALE, Fla. l AP) I I Porter was still undecided
hit 51 homers for o 810
games; ; The only heavyweight he
most ever clouted by a lefthanded -, Pie Traynor To Aid I impressive against was Tami was Helene K. Haggarefy's fiveyearold $ l lI lover'Sanford his, but starting indicated lineup followinga against

batter; hit three consecutive Duquesne Coaches I, Mauriello and he had done that mare Rampart won the one 7 practice game Friday after- Oranges, Grapefruit and Tangerines Shipped

homers in one game-it was the twice before when Mauriello was mile and a sixteenth BiscayneBay i0 0.Tt I, noon, that it would probably find
fifth time in his career that he PITTSBURGH [lAP] Harold : a light heavyweight." Handicap, feature event of I( Bobby Flowers and Earl Dukesat i Direct from the Grove to any Northern Point
hit three four-baggers in a single : Joseph [Pie) Traynor, one ofbaseball's Powell said that "Waloott 'views6y forwards, Britt Simms at
the second Saturday's program
greatest third basemenand earned his first crack at the I and Kent and
N former player and manager title by going through the here, and set a new track recordof i HAROLD ESCH Wee center Donnie Dyer at Stevens guards. by Prepaid Railway Express in Baskets or Boxes

WALL TILETileOPIastic I of the Pittsburgh Pirates will hole field. 1:43: 1-5 for one mile and a Permanent North ,
I join the baseball coaching staff lie said that the settling of sixteenth. I From $2.50 Up
skIps were appointed by
A Dow Chemical Plastic at Duquesne University when terms for this match or any ; Rampart, ably ridden by :Mike: | the Orlando Lawn Bowling Best Trailer Shop
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WYCKOFF HARDWARE in an advisory capacity, aiding "Let the promoter one and one-quarter lengths over I meeting this week. They are I
Coach Charles MUse. :, things. That is his business.arrange But Bug Juice. The latter beat High '!'T. C. Reed, J. Hanna, George 1 2225 W. Washington i By Bringing Your Gift List To
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The North Florida [On Winter Garden KoadlRUPTURED
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another one and one-half 'meeting with representatives i
+ authority to rule on any fight
contracts brought before it. Thisi lengths farther back in last place I from :Mt: Dora, DeLand, Daytona BUDDIE'S CORNER

_$ i! vested in the commission by was Clean Slate, which had set ,. Beach, New Smyrna and the I

The Governor." the pace to the top of the stretch. Peabody Club at Daytona will
be held at DeLand tomorrow.It The NEW Dobbs Truss 13 dUUltnt.Bulbless. Orlando & Sales
beltless. strapless. No
Rambert Eastern Vikings Register32d trebles will or be team decided play will whether be in pindUo. Wsshabie binding slipping sanitary.or FRES chsfInc. 70 No Orange Ave.
demonstration. I
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Batting Champion Win Over The question of New Smyrna's Hours 9 to S. Phone 2.1287

SALISBURY:: [IAPI] Elmer i eligibility will also be raised as
Pepl) Rambert, who hit .376 for McMurry i!from last reports this club is nota
the Federalsburg A's. was declared ; member of the American Lawn
ABILENE, Tex. [AP] Mis-
official 1917 batting i Bowling
(champion of the class D Eastern souri Valley College's Vikings I The Orlando Club's new tournament -

d Shore Baseball League came from behind twice here director is Walter C. 'e

Figures released by league yesterday to hand McMurry:: Col--I(Niven and he has appointed as
statistician Ed Walters show the 'his committee James M.
lege a 20-13( licking in the first Shelleyand '
27-year-old manager-first base- Walter Becker. No doubtwe -
annual boys' Ranch Bowl
man finished the campaign 21 game. xt
will have some information
The the Marshall
victory ,
e points ahead of his nearest rival -
Roy Nichols who hit. 355 Mo., eleven's winning streak to I|,as to plans for tournament play
soon, members are naturallyvery
32 straight
while playing third base and
interested in what the hiy
managing the Cambridge Dod- Only 2.500 hometown fans
gers to the penant. turned out to watch McMurrytake i Winter season will provide in
a first quarter lead whenE. the way of competition. .

MIAMI-Both of the 1948! Orange C. Barry ran 52 yards for a Final arrangements for 'the

.91 Bowl football teams-Kan- touchdown. Boyce Smith kicked Leonard Denny Trophy play be-
;a>: and Georgia Tech-run from the extra pent tween Orlando and St. Peters- vJ

T-formation. In the second quarter Missouri burg have been set the initial ;

Valley stormed back with Bill contest will be played on Or- .

Lingenfeifer scoring from theI.yard lando courts Friday Jan. 16th.

., ( line and then, with the Four teams of trebles will con
DRILL SETSBY Vikings trailing by one point stitute this event and play will Y
I Alva Baker scampered 30 yardsin alternate between the two cities

the third for another score each :year. The visitors will provide

,and Hugh Dunn kicked the extra some stiff opposition and

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Bouton and AI Och of Norwalk, Conn., old friends of W. C middle and McCollum nearest the camera of
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[Shorty] McCollum of Orlando, decided they wanted to cometo S-Sgt. Jack McCollum, former Sunday Sentinel- I
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If NEEMOSHlle Divisional Races

Of genuine interest and real importance is the coming Training Season Opens For 64 Elliott Named I.

sportsman's round-table discussion on fishing, and especially I Still UnsettledIn At BRAKES RELINEDVILLENEUVE

the.Lake Apopka situation, scheduled to be held on Tuesday: Yearlings Two Local Tracks

evening at 8 o'clock at Orange Lodge over on the big lake. I' By DAVID IPIGGIE] FRIEDMAN Most Valuable

, It is understood that State biologists and scientists will be !"Tr S., c/ 5<-d. <:'ar I .:arr NFL CircuitNEW The 'inter Harness Horse Training Season is under at the
i"= hand and the outlook Is that the subject of rough-fish-removal way ,
-on. 8 C
\ Florida Live Stock Exposition '2 mile track, four miles north- CHICAGO [ A P ] Chalmers I. +VO I

i and many other topics will be discussed. The seining operations west of Orlando on the Apopka Highway and at the mile track [Bump] Eliott, star University W. JEFFERSON ST. PHONE 8663 '

I: in Lake Apopka (to remove rough fish] which have been going'on YORK [AP] The Na- Azalea Driving Park, Casselberry, Florida, [with 11 of the leading of Michigan halfback, yesterdaywas t

for some time are sure to be brought up for consideration. ;tional its championship Football League playoff may falling find | trainers: at this time,at both_ovals]. Educating the 61 :yearlings; named the most valuable

I, Do all Florida lakes need seining? What do these Apopka experi- almost into the New Year's Day i i brushing eating them them to m track.spots(Wise and edu-and,f player in the Western Confer-

ments prove? And so on. The session is under auspices of Florida howl category, but the All- shoeing them to the requirements their light training. The stable Is ence.
. Anglers Assn. America Conference will definitely -:of their gaits.] high: on the trotting colt, The 1 The other nominees were Hal
call it quits for the 1917j Black Prince, which cost Owner Shoener, Iowa end; Ike Owens. fee
:i Two Orlando fishing experts who are doing business in the season today. j>, BEN WHITE STABLE O. L. Mears of Toledo, Ohio, Illinois end; Phil O'Reilly, Pur- PLAY GOLF

! Winter Park lakes are W. P. and R. C. Murdock, of 1017 Gurnsey, I While the defending; champion Trainer Ben White and his as- $10,000 and the trotting fillie due tackle; Dave Templeton.Ohio \

:land. 1017 Stetson, respectively. Cleveland Browns and the East- : sistants are schooling their speed Princess. All indications State guard; Larry Olson- (cc'

] They are brothers. Using ern title-holders, the New York yearlings and the way they are point that Trainer Harry Fitz- owskl Minnesota guard; Howard

: "Plymouth Rock hackles" exclusively SOLUNAR TABLES Yankees, meet in Yankee Sta- taking their early leasson all indications patrick will have a corner on the RroIndiana guard; Art ( L ALL

' these mighty fisher- dium to decide AAC supremacy, point that some of them I two-year-old pacing stakes in Murakowski, Northwestern half- DAY
should into stake caliber.
men have been hauling them In, According to the !Solunar" the outcome of the senior cir- develop 1948. The way the yearling pacersof back ,and Bob Wilson, Wisconsin
tables calculated for this The stable is high on the trotting the stable are taking their .
on certain days, catching their cuit's race will not be knownfor center. ;
limits often,then quitting, and area of the State, best times another week, and possiblytwo. fillies) Rosemond, Princess early lessons, the colts District Wilson, Templeton and Brown .
for hunting and fishing sillmostly Comet, Juke Box, Castanet, Mary Ivan Revenue "\\'."\" 1.
I i going home. These black bass, Attorney, Siskiyou, ran close behind Elliott in the .. ,
be as follows, with Major Whippet, and Lyda Hanover; the Attorney and Jlmmey Jr. voting. \. cc + $1.25
from Lake Osceola, have .
periods indicating theperiods best The Western DitNion championship trotting colts, First Comet, and the fillie Lady Somite.
run mostly 1'4 to 3'/i pounds time and :Minor: next of the XFL ran be Rapidan, Randolph Earl's Easter !
apiece. The anglers troll, mostly, best hours: settled at Chicago;; today in a Knight Malcolm Hanover, and 1 EGAN: STABLE Mrs. Lyman Jewell Richland.
!. uclng: no spinners, and turn a lot rUse Eastern Standard time bitter intra-rity duel betweenthe Rocko Hanover. i Head Trainer Fred Egan and N. Y.; Dr. A. S. Miller, East Mount Plymouth Hotel

\ of the bass!'> back. c carefully after Minor Major faiored Bears and the surprising ARDKX: HOMESTEAD STABLE assistant Johnny Thomas, are Aurora. N. Y.:; Mrs.\ Katherine
Day Minor Major
giving first lessons to six year- Pownall, mother of
cntcV.ins them. Lonnie Thomp- Cardinals but the outcome -
.\'sl' P.M. Due to absence of Head Trainer -
r son h-s been giving the Plymouth: Today 7:15: 130:' 7.40: luVS: of the Eastern title Harry Pownall. Trainer Joe ling members of their stable. Harry and Gene Pownall. has arrived and Golf Club
Rock roosters in his neighbor tangle depend on what happens They are being lightly trained for an extended visit: Tom
Mon. .. 8.05: 2:20: 8:30() :;I;3 :MrFadden has been lightly train-
* hood a fit-yanking out feathers at Philadelphia. Therethe and the ones that have shown Handley, Oswego, N. Y.; T. II."Bud" .
Tues. 8.55: 3o. 0:20: 3311Wed. : ing the yearling members of the
promise the past week are the Case. Syracuse, N. Y. Mr. 18-Hole Championship Golf Course
Eagles ;
to tie up for the Murdock second-place
9:40: 3:50: 10:05: 4:10: stable. Ones that have shown
fillies Lou
brothers fish with. The entertain the Green Bay Pack- trotting Mary Han and Mrs. Mike Leary. patron of
i: to fly Thur. 10.20: 43: 10:45: ; 4:50:( promise are Marcella Hanover
over, Miss Filly and Orchid Han H. Roth Stable, and W. Nutting, VISITORS WELCOME ALL WINTER
_ which does the business is era.If
no Fri. .1100: 5:10: 11:25: ; 5.1"t : and the homebred pair, Cheyenneand : over. The trotting colts St. Clair Henderson, N. Y.
beauty but Is very efficient and Rat. 11-45: :5:50: : 0:10: the Philadelphians defeat Targhee. Hanover which cost Owner C. TrainerIack
Johnson checked
no other lure comes up to it for Sun. 12:10: 635: 12:10: fi::. the Packers they will go into a EUGENE: POWXALL STABLE: \\'. Phellis $10,500, and Todd in yesterday with four head at Watered Fairways

real results, these; Murdocks say. Major 2 hour s.iu in"duration ar Mi-loo, aro. Ultmo nevi 114to inblack tie with the Pittsburgh Steelers, Trainer E. Pownall' 1'1 i high: Stout. Florida Livestock Exposition Grass Greens and TreesOne
One typical catch on a recent end hoot who idle for the Eastern the fillip Helena
tyN'na (or .se are on trotting/
If. PVLE STABLETrainer half-mile track, the of
day, In Osceola, for the }Iur.riocl.., .".rtor hour, litht tyo* A loss tie would Hanover and the property
pennant. or a paring fillips Harry 'Pjle ha a Armour Lloyd. Names and breeding of the mOlt! interesting, sporty, rolling courses .k-
docks was (boated] 19 bass of eliminate the and send Miss Buick and Likeable with .
Eagles couple of highly regarded yearlings are as follows: Direct Way, in Florida. First tee and eighteenth green at entrance .
" which 11 of the largest kept Plug casters watch themin the Steelers into what hate shown in their
only were the final
play- they in the stable., The paring be [(11] by Billy Direct dam to hoteL Fine locker rom and pro shop.
amazement! off a week hence against the light::; training. Calumet Edna
roll .1bby'land and the trottingcolt ; Easter Knight,
winner of dueL H. A. (()SII ER STABLE
Scotch Reel. he [111] by Clever Hanover, dam
'' A Cardinal Bear stalemate Owner and Trainer II. A. Mosher ,
Outdoorotes: The situation over at the beaches changes'drily ::; -
by Peter Heir Miss Margaret
R. AV.RED": STABLETrainer :
or even hourly, so this note I is not to he taken as moaning the likewise would necessitate a divisional has a promising futurity candidate Scott i is first Henly. bf [131 Bert Abbe. Margaret 7 Miles from Mount Dora REGGIE ROOD, 'fa.ag..rn
giving; Miles Sanford %Miles: Orlando
to to
playoff in the West, in the pacing (colt Mr.
surf fL-hlng:; ; is excellent at the moment. However, on a recent trip lessons to the three yearling Henley and Peter Donald, .
forcing the championship game Tripp has shown speed in spotsto RAY R.\\ XOU, I'ro RIGGIE; HOOD, Manager
to Tit- ;ville Beach two anglers from Orlando took 41 bluefish, members and the way they are beg; ((2J) by Peter Heir-Rose
bark Dec. 28. indicate he ill do.
11 whiting! and nine pompano. They were Richard S. Fox Jr., of to \\ their Odona.
taking to respective gaits
The Yankee Stadium attractionis .\7\I.Knmn: \f: PARK,
Winchester, Ky., a guest of A. R. Wa oner, of Orlando. Sportsman expected to draw nearsellout TASSELBERRYTOM are a promising trio. The trotting ---- -- ---
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Here's what happened to Anglers l Al Malone and Rill Vinson, trimmed the Bears 31.';' In October Frank Fitzpatrick are schoolingthe of his stable, and are a 4" JOINER SCROLL SAW

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""Should You Be Allowed BE SURE v , I
to Drive?" by David Visitors To Hear I WIVES .AND MOTHERS OF DRINKING MEN
the G.December Wittels. on 6th Page Saturday X of for material estimates en new TO nETEcIV I ALCOHOLISMSuccessfully
I Evening Post. construction, repairs or remodellingSee # '
Attend Church i / //nyr'{ t r (% 7f b
It answers many questions / fjffJ Treated With One Week Of Hospitolixotioa
concerning the driving of au- THOMAS LUMBER COMPANYGore Choral GroupThe // ( ?< WHITE CROSS HOSPITAL
tomobiles.ILBUIiUf. | TODAY ( / Write For Information
Ave. sad R.R. in Orlando oou
6280 Central Avenue Ph. 3.5601 St. Petersburg, Fin
e [ Thomas Lumber & Supply Co. I 160 voice chorus
In Winter Park I !, If JEWEL SCARBORO t tI Charles Parrish who formerly at-
and SUNDAY dance group of the Memorial I This Christmas season the tended Conway School they
GENERAL INSURANCE The"intl'r GardenLumber I Junior High School will give a Classroom Teacher Assn. is shar- wrote letters to ask about the''

II2M.OUN6EAVE. NONE S159 Company I I I program Tuesday at 8 p.m. be- ing in community welfare projects fruit.The
as has been its custom in !
project ('t'rtainlunds
fore the Winter Visitors' Club in I' II
the past The group purchased', valuable. It offers excellent.
- the Coliseum, it was announcedby one of the $10 bonds sent out by motivation for good lessons, i

B. H. Overpeck, Orlando tour- the Tuberculosis and Health and as one little :5th' Grader I
ist director.Mrs. Assn. Individual teachers have hopefully sU Jpstpd.Mlaybt' 4' . t'r >
P. M. Morrey has arranged contributed toward gifts of the children in Oak Ridge:; Mill SORRY, t ...p.\IE YOUR
a program which, for varietyand Bibles to go to occupied countries send an atom bomb to us in TESTIFY,
and both teachers and i ,% 'fIMe Tp EArz.Dt'oNO
interest is one of the most Florida. I 1 JUST AiASOUT ., _
have taken in the sale
ambitious the school has pre- i!,of Christmas seals. Those energetic: athletes at '\ THE vAL.IJES
sented, according to the tourist Kaley have established quite a
director. I lOne project which is being car reputation for themselves The
1! ried on by Orange County teach-I
fine made finer The girls' chorus will sing; a ers reaches beyond the local 'pions girls were in the declared batball tournament city cham- t t>6'
-.' car group of seven songs Including ;i i munity. They have been (com'I'I The boys captured the same title (9 .
the French ('arolngl'ls upon to contribute to the
Over the Fields Were Flying, seas Teacher Relief Fund sponsored -and won football.the city trophy for iiI
touch -
Make Believe, by Jerome Kern, by national and State education -\ I
The first in the series of radio
I.r Lover Come Back To Me, by associations.This .
quiz shows Who Knows to be
Sigmund; Romberg and God is I' fund is for teachers in :held in our elementary schoolswas I dtt-, 1l ,,,
a Spirit, by Scholir. war-stricken areas, and Mrs. recorded in the Delaney
The boys will join the girls ina Annie R. Lord, who is in I School auditorium Friday morning J
number of songs to be followed -' charge of the local drive hopes and broadcast over Station 1u
by a group of humorous that our county will do its best WHOOesterday.. With the score
songs by the Memorial Small to contribute generously.; tied in the final minute of the r w >
Ensemble. j Almost al! the schools have broadcast, Delaney 5th Grade
Vocal solos will be given by : planned attractive Christmas programs contestant. Kenneth Caton. came 1 1Illaowr
Diane Forshay, Jo Ann Stouten- | for the coming week. Fol-- through first with the answer to
burgh and Joyce Tyson follow- |lowing their PTA meeting on the surprise question to give De-
ing a piano solo by Elizabeth Os- Tuesday evening Cherokees' laney a win over Kaley by a
burn. j music classes will give a pageantled score of 70 to 60.
Dances, with Peggy Jo Patrick : by Miss Mildred Gibb. The A teacher at Pine Castle, Mrs
Dolores Thornton, Maria Ann entire faculty of Princeton, working Beaulah Hillier recently had
1 Schunck, Peggy Jo Pounds and together, are directing all pleasant news concerning the re- R .
Billy Mueller performing will school groups in a program. !sults of the national teachers' examination { A Y RI.6.TRfMG CO
conclude the program. 'Christmas Story, to be given I held at Gainesville,
Music for the entertainment is ''Tuesday at 8 p.m. On Thursday several weeks ago There were '
lam'r under the direction of Mr. and ''at 8 p.m. Law :Mallards music i i iI 131 taking the test and :Mrs Hi) '
Mrs. H. Law Mallard.At I groups Memorial are present-, lier was one of four in the whole 'I'I jtikr ;
9 p.m. dancing to Knowl--''ing their annual Christmas entertainment State to raise her Florida rank to '
ton's orchestra will start with The public is invited rank three as a result! of her excellent
1ter" the Grand :March. to attend these programs i ii score. Rank three mean J,032 WEST 1I0BINSOtf'AV: ....! _
i Christmas parties will follow'' the equivalent of the bachelors Pt'T 22.., PHONE'_ 2d733. : OIlLANDO.FIA';! : .c
the same general plan in all degree
Vets Hospital Gets ',schools. On Friday, the closing
.. day. there will be special assemblies -
u.. am.;. . Red Cross GiftsA ': and in the afternoon, classes -
'-"\ A Rr A Product / will hold individual room oar VISIT SANTA CLAUSINOURTOYCIRCUS
General Melon large collection of toilet articles ties Theseill be given either
donated by numerous indi- by the teacher or the room mother -
viduals and clubs were taken to and will feature the exchanging -
the Veterans Hospital at Lake of gifts. The children. of
Always good always a great valuePontiac's City yesterday by Mrs. Dorothy course have drawn names
Eoardman. chairman of the insti-- The fat'ultof Winter Park
tutions committee of the Orange High School enjoyed a Christ .
County Chapter of Red Cross. mas dinner party at the long. v.rr + "'
first rule of manufacturing is that sounder investment. As a result, Pontiac'sreputation The gifts. all appropriately wood Hotel Friday night; I>eo.
every Pontiac car must be a good car. It must is the greatest in history-and is wrapped by Girl Scouts. will be 1:. Teachers of Winter Park
be soundly designed and quality built to growing every day. given patients at the hospital on Elementary School entertainedthe
serve long and dependably.But Christmas. high:; school faculty at a tea
Better make Pontiacthecar
your own next car a
at the Florida Power Lounge;
it must also represent an outstandingvalue. that is always good-and always an out- Wednesday! afternoon np('. 10.
The price must always be reasonable standing value! ELECTRIC AND GAS Meanwhile school goes!'; on for
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The Pontiac organization strives constantly DUE TO OUR UNFILLED' ORDERS ON APPLIANCESNationally some very good despite work the being thrilling accomplished

for improvement in both these directions-to HAND, you may experience some delay in getting distractions of Christmas shopping
achieve even finer quality and even greater value. a new Pontiac Place your order now to avoid Known and vacation plans.

More and more owners are finding out what further delay. In the meantime, let us keep your Name Brands 0\pr at Conway School the i
this means in terms of a better car and a present car operating at top efficiency. children of :Miss F gate's :5th; and
for 6th Grades are busy collectingand
Aluajt Drive Carefully identifying the many vanities -
IMMEDIATE DELIVERY of Central Florida citrus 4
fruits They are packing a box e "
I STIVERS PONTIAC APPLIANCE CENTER I containing all kinds to send to ,
:5th Graders in Oak Ridge. Tenn t ?.t .r '
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6-B imbait frrntttirl-fctar Orlando, Florida, December--14-,J947 Landon Finds Ike Boom 'Phenomenal'

WASHINGTON |lAP) Alf M the political) history of the United '
Landon, 1936 Republican presidential States" I :1 !: PAINTS HARDWARE LIME J!T1
Winter Park Brevities candidate, declared yesterday Landon told a reporter that I I II !
[ "the spontaneous, growing he "hasn't the slightest idea I Ild'l, P i I

B* MARGARET GREENE Teleohone: Winter Pork .TJ-Hours i 11-12 and 4-5. Monday Through Friday I sentiment for the nomina- whether Gen. Eisenhower even t H I 1 RrYN 0 yt LATH ,/ N i iilll
I tion of Gen. Eisenhower is the would accept the nomination." Iijl : i
WINTER PARK-The City Neide to make reservations' for I be taken to the Children's Homeat t, ,
Commission will meet tomorrowat the Pan Hellenic dance. Jacksonville. All Stars in- most amazing phenomenon into But he added, in reply to a question '
7:30: p.m. and only routine matters MINSTRELS: Judging by re- vited. are I,i - - -- forward, that "Kansans always look illl, I I:: . Are You Plastering? I ;: g
to sunflowers
are scheduled. hearsals which have been going j I a reunion tea at 3 p.m. Saturday growing ,
ROTARY: Instead of their on at the high school and the I, WELFARE: Money is needed ,, in the home of Dr. Helen \\'. in the White House garden.:' 'H L Call at ':' S
-------- us 2-1229
usual Monday luncheon, Rotarians 1 plans for decorating the stage for I i for the Christmas baskets be- ; Cole and Miss Irma C. Wieand, -- :',:

will meet with the Orlando Wednesday night, the Glee Club cause the case-load has increased. }527 Chase Ave. elude Boris Margo whose Cello- L For details Good T I I'I
club on Wednesday to hear a Minstrels, Holiday Hilarity, will There are 38 families, most of Alec C. Good of Westphalia, cut process of etching is attracting on a really BUY i ii
talk by their international president top all previous efforts. :Miss Mo., is \'isitinIr.: and Mrs. II.v. much attention, and his wife, J I PHILLIPS INDUSTRIES I,,
them with : I, INC.
several children Aye. ,
and \ CaldwelL 'I Michigan at ACL Railroad
Ken Guernsey. Cornelia Lancaster' has under her Recent arrivals at who writes under the name Jan RJ
direction over a hundred voices, several old people who will otherwise :The Seminole to spend the sea- Gelb and also paints. Mr. and PI!'
KIWANIS: Dr. Hugh retired Potter from many of whom she has trained have no Christmas cheer. son include Mrs. Dan LormR of Mrs. Don Haggerty have as their ,II, Asphalt Shingles Felt and Roil Bronze'I' ,
Baker who has ,
just : from their first days in elementary Those who wish to contribute are New York City, Mrs. George Lee guest for the Winter, his mother. I I In AU Colors I E
of MassachusettsState :
the presidency school. This group consistently asked to contact Mrs. John Nev of Lowell. Mass, and Guy Mnrhie :Mrs David V. Haggerty of , S ;' Roofing Screen Wire I I
College' Amherst, will be I 'I S
makes the highest ratine ille. 482: Chasee <- author of the' novel The St Rorhostor. N. Y Miss Marv Yarbrrrv ': - _
the speaker Monday evening at Festivals when all MOl'NT ifnI.) > liKE Ml alum- < 'roixiu I FLOORING
the lea
at Spring \ps todav by plane to SIDING fRAMING BOARDS
Kiwanis and he will discuss The MillWORK
high school Glee Clubs assem- nae and former ;rUfIC'otor': faculty f ; .-';i-- ,w Ill'> .C"o'i uorKuipat tht -peml <'hri uma-! with her father p , i
Profession of Citizenship. bley. Betty Ann Newton, one of of Mt Holyoke are invitee) (Research Studio this season; in at Vhrns Tenn I
LIONS: At their suppermeeting 'the soloists had the highest
Wednesday evening' the dividual rating accorded in'j -
Lions will discuss business mat singer.

ters.UNIVERSITY There' are solos and ensembles I "
CLUB Ervin T.
dances and tableaux and a Capacity
Brown of Rollins, will be the crowd is anticipated.

pow-wow speaker on Tuesday, Tickets may be purchased at the
his subject College and Univer school and the proceeds will go
sity Problems in the Coming towards taking the Glee Club to 1
Year On Friday Oskar A. Jo- the Spring Festival at Tampa.
hannseen will discuss Scandana- OES: When Pioneer Chapter 99 I
vian Languages' and Literature.
OES meets' Thursday evening at
WOMAN'S CLUB: James Gamble will
the :Masonic Temple they
2d, who has
Rogers designedsome
observe\ Advance Night and also
of the build-
have a Christmas!' party. Each
ings in Florida will speak at the
one attending is to bring a
Woman's club Wednesday morning present for a child and these w ill
on The Influence of Plant

and Floral Life on Architecture.On .
Friday afternoon, Oliver P.
Medsger' will discuss Nature and Yule Doorway


LEAGUE: When the League of ,.. __ A
Women Voters meets Friday at
10 a.m. at Dyer Memorial, Mrs. Contest SlatedWINTER

Wilbur Davis will discuss Need I WITH FAMOUS MAKE ASSOCIATED has always sold at lowest
for Improvement Winter Park
Sewage; George Johnson will discuss PARK-The Winter t Automatic possible prices. Seems this year we're
How the Consolidation Plan Park Garden Club is reviving its I NEW offering our greatest moneysaving values

Will Work; Mrs. McCullough Ma pre-war custom of a Christmas I ELECTRIC . many of them far below the regu

guire will discuss The Necessityof Doorway contest' but it will be LOW lar retail selling price . many of

the International Trade Organization on a more extensive basis this IRONS them actually at half price.. And too, I
; Miss Margaret Piper year. There will also be community Y sen
will discuss The Palestine Ques- Christmas trees and carol- DOWNPAYMENTS-

sin ing. -
tion.CROSS: The cross atop the On Christmas Eve. the" North
Methodist Church is being lighted End. East\ Central' Dirt Dauber DORMEYER :"!
and Virginia Heights Circles' will .n
this month by the Junior Department c
of the church. sponsor an hour of carol-singing
CIRCLES: The circles of the around the large lighted Christ- e FOOD MIXERS
Congregational-Christian Church mas tree' in the yard of the City 'fr _
Hall. In the event of rain, the
will meet Tuesday at 3 p.m. as ,
follows: 1 with! Miss Ruth Sherwood gatherings will be in the Congre- $29.95

171 Cortland Ave.: 2 with gational-Christian Church RFv>> '
Members of all choirs in Winter -
Miss Irma Wleand, 525 Chase
Park have been invited to be PRICE -I PAY $1 WEEKLY
Ave.; 3 with Mrs. R W, Stevens.
535 N Interlachen: 4 with Mrs present to form the nucleus' of What Finer Gifts for Those We love? -
the evenings' : sin..ing. with Lamar -
Houston ) Vitoria
3JX Ave.
5 In the church parlors. Membersof !: Simmons of All Saints Choir Why Not Make Your Gift List From SPECIAL Electric $>3,99
directing and Mrs. C. E Hofhauer
the church not assigned! to any WHILE TOASTERS . . . ,
circle are Invited to attend Cir accompanying on a portable oran This Group of Useful Items? $495 up
cle 5. ? Imt from her studio by Mrs. THEY -

Circles of the Women's Mi* Lnrille The r'imes Takach.* ; of the Congrega- USE ASSOCIATED EASY PAY PLAN : LAST
slonary Union of the
Baptist \L- Universal
f' '
"ona 'Th! will He a part of _ _
Church will meet Monday at :3p.m. the s -e. afterwards, mem- Non-Automatic Irons $1.95 and $2.95 8495
as! follows: 1 with Mrs. Everett Bantam RANGES
ho ; i- fee inter Park junior ---- -- -
-- --
Roberts, 451 Virginia Ct.
: t
and in'vd 1 ate choirs!, under
Circle 2 at the church.
GIRL SCOUTS: Members of the di !'" 'on of Betty Ann Newton THIS IS THE EXCITING NEW 1948 Elect Vacuum
vv::11 travel about town singIng 4995
Troops 1. 4 and 7 are planning to
for hut-in PORTABLF
go carolling during the holidays: The (""-'!stmas Doorway Contest rei: : PHILHARMONICRADIO: ; CLEANERS up
Troop 5 is repairing toys an,1makin is o --n to business" houses as I
new ones for children :at well a'l )rrsMrnces. A committee Electric
the Methodist Home. Enterprise.Fla. will visit all the stores to give RADIOS ITOMPPH I COMBINATION 39.95
.: Troop 3 is making home awards for the most\ attractive BLANKET

decorations!! and gifts and plan- Christmas\ decorations judged by ____

ning to pack clothing for European daylight and also; when' lighted. ONLY -
refugees. Troop 8 [Negro] I Residence\ doorwavs will like- e.I .
Is planning a Christmas!' party to wise be ,
judged for daylight beauty Electric P*>rtabla $JI.95
be given at the
Negro Community
.11 well as those dependent upon '
Center which will have Its lighting effect. Those\ who FROM $10 HEATERS Reguar $13'15Children's *

formal opening next week. wish theirs to be judged should .
DELTA ZETA: Alumnae meetIng register at The Rookery. : -
will be at :3 p.m. Saturday at The Maitland Circle of the . :. -. $0.95
Mrs. Don Dickerson's. 430!) Mag- Winter Park Garden Club will $$17 .95 : : DOWN

nolia Ave. Mrs. Joseph Brooks have its annual Christmas party PHONOGRAPHS . . *
will be co-hostess.!' Members are tomorrow night at the Commu- $14.91
ManufacturersU Reg.
requested to contact Mr*. Butler ,nity House.
; -
i ,, l lw.

Buy Your Slippers NOW . t t t $149.95 Radio-Phono ALL FAMOUS-MAKI Combinations

has an amazingly large assortment of popular mate

from our tremendous stock in leatherette plastic metal
covers cases :;- ORTHOSONIC
cases and wood cases. Remember you can enjoy a portable any- Not only on these terms have the pre-war ring . CARLSON CROSLEY
GREENS F I T ..' "reI! this mainifirrnt rnntnl rnmbinatmn has a pre-war $00.95
price. This flag PHILHARMONIC tl /quipped with
.even tubes, has a swift and silent record changer -
PAY AS LITTLE AS $1 1 WEEKLY identical with those used on a SI75.00 rontole and hi>>
a beautiful hind-rubbed walnut finish cabinet In period
design Famous Make $156..4sFOOD

the Time the Place, the FootOf FREEZERS .

r -
course' tneia reason
THE NEW 1948
why they are the choice of ALL ITEMS SOLD BY
millions'!!! They fit. because N TABLE MODELManufacturer's
they are made as carefullya >
fine shoes i ASSOCIATEDAre

BLACK SATIN $6,00 Fully Guaranteedand
By Damel Green
r List Prici 599.95

Are Sold On


New 1948
For Bedroom and Bath .
Tli* tr-populir
BLUE FELT by Daniel Green $3.25 'f 'I table model! com- "'* IN
combinations art
: Combinations hen at ASSO ,
DANIEL GREENS:' In other styles [Inot illustrated) in Heaven CIATED. Mat.T .

Blue or Black $&. i Iu1 t ro kA For r Christmas ,
selection from + t
$4.00, $4.50 and $5.00 the city's largest TOWN

e95 stock. Beautiful,
r i hand rubbed cabinets rr ,
swift, automatic _
LEATHER D'ORSAYSBy record r 's, --
.tat at Associated
. .
changers aye
Pfeiffer . clear radio reception $10 Dow VISIT OUR RECORD DEPART.
Leather Soles ff adm ; DeliversWEEKLY
5139-95 your new table MENT FOR CHRISTMAS

model radiophonograph.. $2 RECORDS OF ALL KINDS.bt .
t _.


BurgundyLEATHER c

Pay As LillIe A-

SLIDES By Arad $3.95 '

Blue . Black . Wine $ A of ttene< TAMPA LAKELAND

I 2 WEEK ktiercka.dine ORlAN00 ST PETE


[Orlando Boot Shop. Inc.]

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64 N. Orange An. -1Beacham Theatre Block = : -

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Miami |I Closing Stock Quotations II III Market Shows ':I Orlando, Florida, December 14, 1947 Telephones: 4161 or 3. [1681 bt @ulut !tntttt Star Page 7-B

17. Hauling and MovIng 19. Services Offered 3%. Articles for RentDO

Hde Hi"h Lee L.iIDtel..e Best CLASSIFIEDSentinelStar
A lees .... 1" 1" 1, I AERO MAYFLOWER TRANSIT CO PAINTING and paperhanslng immediate THE WORK OLRSELf -\

I Hd High L.. Last It H.ne.'u ... 3 87' 1' 1' Lnl distance movIng Call Joiner service: quality work In. our edger or po: er f

Chief Dies Here 1 ACF-Rull .. 6. 6" 6'4' hunk Caa ... 18. \ V'I and Storage service for free around Orlando ref furnished ph CO t ..n.a.r. Snmh Lumcr 1

Ate Reduction M' ... 1 2t. 26', 26" lat Psper ...... 9 55 54' 55 Since July I estimates; also local moving storage 9724 EC_Curtis __ _ orange utte Railroad C
Alaska Ja5a5 ... 3" 3" 3AIirghy lot Tel A Tel ... 39 1' 1 1234Jnhss.M.seslls ? packing crating and shipping. PAI7fTING-Paperhsnglns.- By n experienced

C.r .. 16 3' 3' 3' I MARKETS AT A Want-Ad UOO g Division: ph. 7988._ _ men Best references Call 33. Articles for Sale
Homer Sanford Redman. 57 Lud 8tl ... 31 291 25'. 281 ... 1 <0" 4" 40. Rat L E Prim
Al. . 8 37' loses A L Stl . 33 New York Dally line ASSURED LOW rates household shipments 4626 *_* Sons _ _
1.(1 1 H1 331 Stock-St.adyl selected iaua extend Minimum charge SIc Specialists N. Y.. all QtF\HT"'ur. ga' J'
chief of the Miami Police 4" .
Inspector R.d.. a 41 41 Joy Mig .. ... 37' 37" co.sea PAINT ESTIMATES Color suggestions 623
Ao Cble" I Iondi Sunday 3Sc per Un. po Ability 423 _
.. 6 $ KKPDDet recovery In. 8. Oran.
and former Miami 'm ... 8 I I 1"4Orl.ndo Reliable painters recommeodedHatch -
Dept. police rail advance I II Minimum charge 81.OS 2-4406 .
Car I Edy ... 4 Clt. 41'Ao Cop ... 35 46 45" 46 I.e: torn* ___ __ fiOOl At Glldden ANTIQUE Plentlock gunt r- )
chief. died here Saturday at Ao Cy.ss'n'd ... 15 3939" 39 L I Cotton ; .ek..nd profit taking 3 Consecutive Days 20e line a da> DEEM DELIVERY SERVICE-Phone __ a__ Pistols. edged .. h' si, J

the Orange Memorial Hospital For Pow ...lS 2 2' 2" G. ... T 5 4% 5 i Chicago I 7 Consecutive Days 18e lie a day 2-4880 light moving and hauling PAINTING-PAPERING: reliable. Geographic Magazine Mac .1
lower, trad I ICornMInd Count 5 Aera.* uowNational
14 23"A. .e"e i "\.t-Sli.htl. work guaranteed Ceilings whitened sell or swap $2S S Mills
Prod 23' ...
Home 23' C A N 4 10 10 10 1 reasonable rated __
Stare HatoaSingle ___ __
which he had entered two 7 204. 20" ; rai" cancel'Is most earlyloss lOu. Ph 3-3731
week I.oeOmOtIes 20" l.b-O.F (;i. .. 1 55 55 55 __Kno.ltn .
. I Insertion 35c per line SURPLUS .
20 8, 8" 8 t VAN ft STORAGE CO. ARM good and ig
for chest J'oo S Le .. Libby MeN L .... 2 9'4 -
ago a operation Oat Firm, hipping demand 3 Conaecutire Day 30c line a day FOR PAINTING-Inside or out Our complete windows -
Am Had a Pt 8 ... 10 14" 14' 14i 1..ggyti A Myers ... 4 5834 5834I.ockbeed *- ( good in loads or from Sew m.t.r1. IYIUr 11";
A former police chief of Miami A Roil Miii ... 1 35i 35" Airs .. 38 14b 881 14341.ocss recent day*. I 7 Consecutive Days iSo line a York or en rout. t estimates Ph.5286or133 . service includes pl.ae p.teh .. ft I 7 ,

Beach and a past president of Am. $melt A R .... 5'" 58. Inc ...... 22 19 u. 19 Hog*-Nominally .t.ad. Minimum 3 _"a N Main St _ Ing for and 216'5 furnace and large ta"i' a' I
Am Ed ..... 9 28' 27' 20 [PJ 1 18 18"ak Cattl*-Nominally steady.DOWJONES i Advertisers,. raauostofi to nottf and structural r.p.ln. Stewart faas shower heads rms' ,
Itl 44 l.nUua .. 18' FIDELITY STORAGE Warehouse & Gsyle 'icensed Abonded eontraetors and .
the Florida Peace Officers Assn. 'm Sri ..... 4 45 4 .N j* immediately, ot any error in .n fitlu. el.tnr. 'U, '

he was widely known in law enforcement Am lu.o! A tel ... 23 151 150" 151 Trucks .... 3 51. 5134 51' AVII.CI tnoir ad* .* th* Sentinol.Star smllo C.. agent for Van Line, Ph 2:1493____ cable: d. deck AMy '. -ia
YORK (UP) Inc. Information without obh..uoncn tresses o I too ke's
7 67' 67' R 3 34 34B.c. resDonsibl snip ono inrrect
Am .. .. 671 Mary ( HI... NE fo .1
circles throughout the Am Vjsnn0 .... 4 55 55 ... M.4lssd .. 2 634 6" .6" 5t'k. 0... High Low Clot Net ch. insertion local and long dintance "0.,.. PRESCIPONSFl.d acral,1 air compressors spra tacoaplete

Ma Am '.t "h ..... 16 16" 161 164Am Field 5 25 2434 25 3 ind* 178 5 179.45 178.58 17*.34 UP 0.OT Also packing. storing and cratIng. 5 prmpt" h t heaters t v ig
He was a 32d degree ),"h.1 .. All Want-Ada start m THe ot.ande tered Free delivery
Suth 'oeieI ..... 21 44' 431 4434 [f.LI .... 3t 15' 14' 1534MokansTesas 2 rail 48. 49 O2 48.3] 49 02 up 0 83 Morning Sentinel and are 81 W. Jackson C.1 2-3184. Ph.rm.ct.Orange Si. 20x4O .1 constructed r- eo.Orarnge .
Shriner and a member of 5.&tnsda r.p ... 10 34" 34"'ro.r ... 17 4" 41 434 1 util n 04 3313 3300 33 OC UP ..O! in both The Sentinel prlte KVOLLENBERO Local moving .rm'cy _ _o .1. Tr.1 at 2Oth

the International Assn. of Chiefsof I Co ... 1 14' 14. 14'tA..d "".'.01 "Sand .... 5 52" 52' 5234Mornay >t'k* 63.22 *3.62 63.18 63.S7 UP 0. Orlando Star on aaa storage packing Also PAINTING and decorating. Work ADDING srmuch '.
... 1" 14" 141""r" Cusp .... 23 16' 163fsah.krt'isntor Transaction in stocks used inaseea l.eDI. U. er.tn. guaranteed H. E. Clogston Sons. MACIS.1 ..
r. date DistanceMoTlng & .
Police O I ... a 84' 84 54' N ". day: 'nd..tri.'s' 42.10 railroads. agent tot [lh.r't Ln. Phone 32475.PAINTING II. rhPp I j-

He also prominently iden- Ce.s. I... .... 5 47 41" 47 ? .. 5 1' 17" 1' 32.10 utilities., 13.400- a7.6. fhe Want-Ad Department u open 506 4965IIS __ and r.l 219'2ANIQtt
was ,.. R"hninl ..... 14 34' 3' Ji Sat Ainluses ..... 2 8' 8" .ond. Ne Ch. from 8'30 a m to 8 p m dally LONG DISTANCE MOVING All and exterior d.eoritfSl.t-IO -Private collect '.. ,

tified with Florida's law enforce '.1.("rp ..... 2 2n. 21" sst Auto Fib ... 3 10" 034N.t 4 bond _hh 97.6O up 0.02 Sunday from 9 to 12 a m P.rklna. claims. local mn.- Guaranteed salisfactlon. reasonable CornM runboarr1 F r

ment having been in- '.t MI! ......14 5 4i R'Koe ... o 310 101 31' 1st raili _--__ .--__ 102 69 off 0.03 Deadline for Sunday Paper Salur .plnt.. Suddah Moving A St Co. Phone 3-3538. .fa. walnut shading s.ne 'i'
legislaton. B X.t ....... 4 9 10 3d r.il. --_______-- M.OS of f 0.11 day DOD W. Columbia Phone 8154. _ _ gla-sware. chin 1220 Talc'APPLIA.YC'ESlmmediate
strmtntal securing passage : Raid I.sru 25 1' 14" 3534Rsit ::.e C..b R"I ..... 1 40 40 40 10 util* __ __Uhhu 101.56 up 0.1 I You Can Place Your PI-NO SERVICING-Ph 381-M to H. '>. n

.1' of much it. ,. A Oho......... 31 1. 1" 1234 ('ODt.n.r .... 16 U. 1. 1" 10 mds _____nuh__ loo.O9 up \\ant-Ad by Telephone STORAGE SfACI and local hauling KItsn.. skilled. piano technicianto Office. Easy Washer ABC ..- ." t
or your
36"Rud. Prod I Furniture
. .... 8 :.e usury .. 27' m.rranU. p.no. toner. Thor Automaglc t a.
A member of the Miami Po A.01 ... 10 30' 30 30' .e Jpt S'oru ... 2 117 1734'st NEW YORK [EAPI] The stock Dial 4161 phone Win.er. Part 787 ntonette Ave Winter Park k:4 of hea'e-s Orlando ->i."> at

has ..... '91 98. D.tal.r ... 24 21l % 21Nst RADIO and small repair 5055
lire Dept. 1922 was 1 .pplanr .n.r. Ora.eA
Iim'p 6 finished its
1534Hoeo yesterday
RI.-K.o. .... IS' yp..m .. 1" 191" 18. Laundry Wort Work Free
appointed, inspector in the department Arplass .. 1 22 22" 22"Ard. x.t Lead. ....... < 331 3'. best recovery week since last 8. Funeral-Floral .r"'re. and delivery within CIJ.C.ld..U BBO8IIj brick SHINGLE s: \t .F'Uel'
42 *stPow&U 9 Dell
42 42 <
about eight years ..". .r......... 5 52. 52 52"B..1' XI Supri, .... 7 22' 21i 22" July with leaders extending theadvance : FUNERAL SPR.AYS and 'designs LtDRY-D your own with mod Commercial your ..t.n.1 at Mills &N>- aia
SOC hour -
ago. He had been in ill health Ar. .... 3 7' 7" 7" .eop'rt lndot .. 23 24" 24' fractions to aU Central Florid. Deliveries twicsdaily per nntl. ANTIQUE CHEST (8ma: n-
Ar a point or Rasey SeIf-Sereice and household '
6 10 10 N V RR .. 25 1334 13. Lu.dr "P'lr. Dishes china silver _ars*
Calrl 1' funeral
than 'i to all .nr"l. Azalea 111.
for more a far. .. . 32 32 V L pt. 7 124'. 122 more the fastest i Washington 4'H Good .ork. charges r..sn.ble .
Rnggs .. 10 C 1 14 on Saturday Shop .. '. Winter P.rk. R pair coach lights 911 Bex : e F e
ServIc.Ph. 9752.
in Alold Texas he 3634Itertisg ... 1" 8, a. a ." n..n 'r".ton
Born moved -' Rokna V.strh ... 8 31" 36" .41 A..I" Phone 2-2221 ... .
dealings in about seven months. ; I i : a
8 7ioflhers Pacific ..21 2019 19. Services Offered ASTQU-STOL- .
Miami in M.lIs ... 20' 20' 2n. 200 '
to I
1921 Run Add Mad ... 15 14' 1 o direction was upward RADIO REPAIRING :
CIO Te 10. Baby Shirts-Child Cait DpDd.l. practically new S18 lacuurraoer
Funeral be held Ohio Oil ...... 3' 31 3354 IiIs ALARM CLOCKS REPAIRED- Any and economical r.p.l.
Miami. Bill Carlton Miami ('.a Ale .. 1 14' 1 14 tJ\tnr ... 25 2 20' 2% frm Monday on with profes- kind of clock or electric equipment trained technicians Call "Scottyat $10 Phone 3UWlnl.- .P.rl
in P( .... ... 4 72 BABY AND CHfl.DCAKE-Afternoons. ARMY NAVY SURPLUS OOOI > A
.. P.1ic 4 10' 10' 0.-11 el.. 72' 72' sional short covering and other We fix everything Barker Repair Brltts General Electric store -
Director of Public Safety, armed { Corp ....... 2 1 16% 1 P and evenincs excellent care by experienced Shop_4$ W_Central Phf696AWSINOSCANOPIISFor_ __ 356 N Orange Ave Phone 8943 .o bank. comforts co. s, d
r.mp I: 5 34 buying attributed to the belief nurse Pn 712. : .
to the ; ca.e ( 1)) Co ... 3 439k 43" Pa .A FP .. 34' 34" __ combashoes
last night -
accompany Tractor ... 7 5534 54' 54' Pa Ti ... 5 4" 454 41.4Psekard that tapering of ear-end tax BABY AND CHILD CARE-Day. weekor trailers. RADIO by traveling bags. avla n. Xgles
which leaves the Fairchild 'r.t"rt Corp ..... 22 27' 27 27 Motor ... 3 4' 4" 434 j I hour. excellent provided Porch curtains tarpaulins Venetian REPAIR-Sa.e mnbrI.ln. shop bag bb. pup t n" tho I'D" . 27 27 27 Alewsys 534 8" selling would be succeeded rar blinds Made to order Estimatesphone of M t -
( .. 1 A. 8" by Items 4SisSalvs
Corp 137 W SI \
Funeral Home about noon today .Ion 103 E Harvard Onsby Church Orlando rt
Cent ..... 5 9't at 9't P.nb..dl. P 5 R 2 734 7" 734 reinvestment demand' _ 9826 forld. AVOID Co. 432 Fla e8tore. Churr;, SAIkPIis'E

for Miami A group of Orlando (err, Fou.dr I. Pa ..... 7 26' 26' P.rm Pictures .. 21 2' 21 large-scale BOARDING HOME-For babies up to SHugheyALTERATION_ ____ MODELS-Conple:r f k
city policemen \vill form an escort ( .rtai.Trr4 pr 3 11 17'4 3734Che. P..in Muovo .... 6 9% 9" which would bring a substantial 2 'r. by week or lie hour. 1006Anderson. and mending Done at RIGS ---UPHOLTERY. cASE. rnooel and accessories lO
42 (J C1 3 44 U Expert
Ohio P".n. 4 .
S . 41' ph.679.
for part of the journey, to 1-h M tiP P"c .... 1 4.. 7' 8% P'sc-cst 'nl .. 7 6" 6" 6" upswing later in December __ home 2519 ConwaY road in frontof Guaranteed mothproofisc service. Ph. RIroad.! bt.. racing cars l'-. <:

Miamipolice (bi A A...... 7 14' 14' 1434Chrysire PnD P A L.... 9 18" 18' 1534Pr. Many customers however, held COLLEGE WOMAN care children d., Peel Ave 2-299 Klpens Co. of Orl.nd supplies Hal.y' 214 N Orange >
be relieved detail of lW
by a ...... 23 63 f2" 43IT .. ..... 31 16> 16" 1634Pepsi4ota or evening Telephone 3-1861 I' ALLIS SERVICE and ROOFING REPAIRP or new work.

between West Palm Beach (' F.n.Cr. .. .. 7 31' 381 3534Clr. ..... 32 211 2334ltuer aloof because of skepticism regarding 9am_ __ _ __ parts: CALER tr..tnr. power uDt. No oblIgation for eslImate Work
.3 3 35'r1..P.lm.P (l.a. A Co .. 5 5 50 inflation Farm and Home Machinery ..
and Miami. lhm ... 35' 35' Washington anti- EXPERIENCED refined lady will gusranleed. 3 yur to pay. Roll ana APP'CS
.. 2 43' 431 43' Phelps Ilodge ... 10 41' 41' 41' W. Robinson phone 2-2713. shingle to 8510 SmIth 4s
In addition to his wife. Mrs .. 3 3534Celom Phil. Else ...... 2 moves and foreign affairs. rare for children or Inv.lt eve- Hot Point raacei from S189 upimmediate ,
r.1 A I' 1. 221 2" BLOCK WORK brick work Son. Winter Garden Road at city :
... ... 7 3234 nines Phone 4917nNY :raP
8 Phil. r.rp delivery apace
Ruby Redman he is survived by ( F.. 1" 1" 1' Waning disturbances in France ter No Job small or limits ne.ter.
('nmi.t ..... 6 4 41 Ph.lip lnr. . 7 2' 26" 2694.PhIlupo TOT DAY W. Co all aises Savage spinner .uhen;
his mother. Mrs. J. Williams. r.ml e.ml 2234 P. .... 31 58' 5734 5534Pr'ctrr and Italy brightened the international NVRE.n.. Telephone 4410 SEPTIC TANKS INSTALLED and table too 3D gal water beaten E_:y
; :. ::::: : 2634 : 26% A flaw ... 2 69' f9', '6934 Corbcau R1D' BUILDING ADV E.Inlorma". and cleaned State approved 20 rears gsa radiant electric b..r"
Rosehurg. Ore.: one sister, Mrs. '.r S !t" 43 2' 2" Pub l5oc ..... 6 % I, 1934Pullmsa picture marketwise as the Phone 7647 __ ___ help of any kind Call on Mills In business Altermatt Can 6730 or portab e Iron 1..ten.n. all sues 23

Lola Ewell Springfield Ore., and r.n. i. .... 30 211 21 21. ...... I 53 53 week ended : WOMAN AVAILABLE for sItting with Nebraska 7571 for service gal city .. water healerWaSH

brother. G. A. Redman. r.D' Val: .... 14 1. 1" Par Oil ........ 68 2734 266 27% eh.ldr or shut-ins "mnIL tO BULLDOZER -sm SEPTIC TASK- Grease trap In- coolers: electric roasters. cofe mat

one c_, < ....... 1 1 1% R The .\"..o('iale ..... .
14 10 9
Ala. ... 3234 Corp % '
Birmingham. C'. (.. .. 10 323" R"di work and palmetto rake Phone drain fields relayed s.nle.r Septie cabinets
Cost. 3l..t.ed ..... 1 ll 1''I-K', ... 24' 8t < ('oniM>"ite for the day' 11. special Notices 2-4427 J.T. Mttidock Tank CoPh 2-3.1 P.O. Box 181L. ORLSD APPISC CO J'I
C _
("at Chi 11-I ... 50' 50" S' Ii. . 1 12" was .1 of point at 01.2wheiP Norl OrlDI Avuue Phone .
ObituariesMRS. Acia 4 7I"pub % up a BLOCK ISe each -TANKs--c-n.d-MOfm:
( ..r. P.onI.aagS ...80 !U% 53' 53" I..b .... 7. LYNGa8J16
n.n Pr.delo. .... 5 65 64' lSr. I..1 ..... 1 2'. 26'. 26"I" it bad than \tipri1 ATTENTION BROKER"- My apt D. Box 32$ -
X.PfISSIKITTHET.IJ .. C.. .. S 35 3414 ..C'"p I I .. I'' !J.I"al 10'f house at .been 8Sta. sonable Buries Sewage Dap.a '
... .. ,
('rnnblr. Steel .... 1 2'' 23 24. lbr.g .... U 7 6' out tlie Haps of the lI-e'esI- sold A Cassube __ BEAD AND PEAR STRINGING Rt 19 Box- 231. 2-06"8 QU-Vll changing our Inusu.stvites oct In-p

trell rs 88. died Saturday at theWhome ('CrIb. "lli.I'1' ... 9" 8't S 5CuU"r.l..m. J. tpyld lob B..Ia. 7 40" 40' 40'4 inj* week. For the six srs.lon. ADVICE DAILY-Spiritual readings Expert cccl Jer Beery.JewellerMagrfcder TRACTOR SERVICE New ground dally Inspection n.t for the .>
. 3 5 4' Ret A M Greater. D D. s2 W.Celral Arcade.eARPENTER leveled discing Phone
rr.-"r.h' 2 26 26 26 .A... ... 2 2' 20" the index sho".c a net K ain 22-'.,83 dorL J lor. Jpre B.en. Je..I.r. W''lder
of her daughter Mrs. T. J. .. Ran Frau ... 2. 934St 1 _Phone_5837 =I find the right materials _______ Arcade.AWNL'OS..

Beasley. in Clearwater.Mrs. ...0ricer' 1 43' R.".. P.p ...... 8 10 .t 10 of 1.7 points widest sin.. the ALL T1MLER JfSsamtne and do your small I TREES md. trmpd. re- : CANOP118 Roll cur
43" 43" .
Kittrell, formerly ofOrangeburg. 1"1 I C ..... 1 5 7" 5Ilctmtt 4.h.nlc! ..t. .... 26 32 3234 32" \\ erkon< lu AI. In 15 1534 erPhone 14R6CONTACOR _
22J. 22t. 22'4 ".1 Hf ... 15" estimates A o'.gCo
SitU 26 10 lavatories. .
P.4400% .. the hroddrM t\\o-1iour inn Fnl
S. C., had ben a 1651 .. 1634 11 1634I6.ms >.. R.buk .. 10 3714 36' 3l ,(,! roms 18 shornfrt 2 tOllet. 4 urinals. and builders New TREE SURGERY-All "lnd5p.lm 81 H.lcre.t Ave Phone 2-4B12-
C"f'1 1 *ereel IDC .. 16 12's Since the market tout'lied the We trimmed or removed Dangerous
. barbecue repairing ,
resident of Apopka for 12 Mnes ... n. 1! 11 !large laundry rom. Ice bouse AMMUNITION-SBot gun she J; 12
years. V. 0,1 26 32 Pine
trees aur specialty tree removed
9 47" 17 "h.l . and also operate a first-class cabinetShop
47' restaurant arocery 22 rill cartridges
20 and 410
Of 83O 16
.r.t .. .... 2 33'4 33 33" )years" low on Mar cheap Lots cleared Licensed gauge
22 .
Surviving besides Mrs. Beasleyis 3 9.r .. 36 22 21" C. market 89 beautiful acres with over Austin & Greer 2309 Or- long and snorts Herman

another dughter. Mrs T. J. 11 Pont t"D.! ....E 5 186' 185" 186% !1..Y..um 1Brl.J Oil ....... 3'51 16'iS5 16.. 164 16"161. |is'tscs registering, l'OSf and 2300 ft.Blossom!of lake TrailBOAT short frontase 8Orange anse. phone_3-31 IS_ or 2-O681___. bonded Phone 214.VPHOLTERINGE.pr J. F Newton 116 Irvin Loan Office 27 W Church _

Bacon, ; W. B. Kit "r L' ... 31 1. 1" 1"t. I ... a 3.. 3! 3' only 150 fell. from CONCRETE SERVICEFloeroofs.and walks The .orl Rea- AIR COMPRESSORS st-vk for
..n 9 South". Paibc .. 1 45' 45 4534Soother. TRIPS Mt Dr. to Silver driveways steps immediate delivery Fla and

trell, Apopka: two grandsons, 51..Poor'', lo.k. .... 8 <17'36I, 1"' ly ...... 3'0 35" 36% Bonds steadied but grain fu Spring through. b..utfulOkl..h.uR".r. best In engineering Free estimates workmanshipand For ins Shop 2303.E. LF"r. Upbolap-. 2-312. Supply Co 630 w Church 6' -%

one granddaughter two great P.meroui E) ... 4 15' 1534 9 15. Ipr Cnr ........ 6 5 2"5034 2234. 22"pl.,1 1034 tures were spottv phone 1223 Mt Dora Wise Boat cia concrete m.t.I.1 work of all kinds rl 6780 UPHOLSTERING Expertly done. AUTOMATIC WATER HEATERS
Ene RR ..... 9' > I. Norge and Uertland 10. M and
and one great 1 91 Mind ltrmis 25 .Plv or 9S30 Buch-nan Concrete same huh quality workmanship a* 1
2't In the curb
P.erotsrp 1 ... I 25. Patchogue FOR YOUR SHOPPING conveniencebe..nnins 40 gallonA
ganddaughters. .... 1
,18 i Cash furniture reflnishlng. Estimatesgladly
"M < K '4 pf .. 2 24V Z2H 2' odd Monday December IMh CLEANING AND PRESSING our table top electric 30 and 35gal
gandson P.r... Tel S R.1 7% 9" 3% Stand Oil C.l ... O'i MIS mouth ciml' 8 points on store hours 9am. p m. Herman and carry prices will save you given in your home. Call W. .Immediate Installation
FlrP.uBe TAR.. 1 49' 4934 4934 staad 01 Ind ... 19 39% 39% 39Vxtaad lot sle a cash and Loan Of'ire .tl I Church St. money BrHg us your clo:hes. Super T Jenk:ns. Jenkins Furniture Ex- able term

MRS. .% hORTON Fhnt.nt. ..... 3 35J. 35. 351Finn' 01 X J. .... 6 7.V 76S 76\ FAIRVILLA SHOP open for .or Cl!caner214 Boone St ..b.n229 B.. 23795UPOLURYFunU.re WITlard am Reiser VOD. Te.trb'ok.
stock dividend. Washing
stand T Easy
"EHJ\ ... 6 n% 01 OI .. 27S 27H 27S BARBER .. washed: ; rebuilt and .
.. 1" 1" 4 of hifthwayBarnrv
Horton 25 p std Htl ... f UV US bu.mr. dor CARPNTR-WORK-- Colnl.lt.n'
Mrs. F."b.ul Tr .... 21 20. 19. 2034 Ipr. .. MSHterling Machine was up moderately on the BarbrOET . Ph for estimate ANTIQUES-Choose from o"r large
5 3S 35 35
% % %
C ... Call Artcraft 2200 W. Church.
Winter Park died at a local hospital sIpes.JP' . 4 31 31 31 disbursement. Forward 2-321. collection for t'l Wee
I.slee.I r.i.t .. 1 20" ... a pleasing YOUR LIVE Shrimp al Henry 2-OOO6. Cmma ..
.. 2' 2" .
Friday night after a short ... 12% Stone ft W.ht.r. 3 11V US US Tier East end of WORK- Plain and col ches Trading_ C i .
C; ('ship leaners 1.1 G.lle CO'kRE ,
.. 1 1. 1 were VENEtIAN
Corn IS 2nV4 2O 20Vunray lkConlCor. Beauti'ul colored flagStone BLSDOurf.etor .'..
I;" tier: .... 344 35 ,"t.hk"r Rrid Boats motors ANTIQUES China r--d' i r
illness .. 15 .
... 4* II m', 1O\ Consolidated Gas steps driveways outdoor fireplaces trained gal
I Coeds .... 3 3So 354tiii .I ( We keep live mullet fnr ocean flsh- modern **
had lived in Florida 9iftkCo . 2 34 33 34 seawalls mske 01 blinds or fp.lnt to lock likenew Al
Mrs. Horton Molnro .... 5" 5f' 57' . % and AmericanMeter. use Clean modern cabin overnight .I.pona tone. Blind Mfg Terrific bargains or.
1 Orlando Venetian
... T more, Pantep week or month Lou Henry Hid Evans Winter Pat .19 landq largest collection De"'ng.
Pub 1
here '
for three years, moving C.n 1t 1. 1' Tetas Co .... 58% SHV4 Co 1713 Kohl Ave .
SKH here IfiOOOO 859
R ... 4f 32' 32" 3 ( was MASSAGE S'-ndprirlnu Hohdsvprlres CONCRETE WOHK Drlvewav. stepg.walks Auction 8.les713 W Church 2-0'J6
from N. C. where she 1.1.1. !a . T. Sulpk 57 5 5**, VENETIAN BLINDS-M*de like new .
Monr ; a 21. 21' Gul floors tanks APARThtENTThAIUTCHEM-
I. ... 21- S 43 43 shares against 120000 in the preceding thrnueh Dec Gilbert 120( .ptll Ll".d. Call
th.olninh [ 81 . 2 57'4 51' T. P.ClO. % 4SS bonded iithrrn "r. Best .nle. .
57' Ya'r ladies onlY. St.I. to plet gas refnzeratjr.
Yes Pac 4 29S 29' 29STi4e \ 2-2911 .Ithf. .
Ph 958-919 W. Central
br c.r T R .. 3 4634 44 41 1 Tn. short stretihLivestock 57l4or for e.ttmate'COMMFP.CIAL cabinet Ideal
sunned by her husband (:r.h.n-Psi.A Met 10 5" 5" Mat .4 Oil .. IS 23S 23V 2)1Tr.n. SPIRITUAL SERVICES 44 S W. 2-0 Orlsndo FlaW.'IG range fo.
5' on'
1 unit
SPRAY painting( small apartment
A West Air t 17 RevAlire
17V 17VTriCont Church OO Fur
Rudolph Horton; three sis C., 71.eb. H. pl.. 19 37. 31" 3734rehouod ..... 34 6S <>S I DO.SPIT1ITUALIFt pm.. Sunta. niture your home drops In MACHINES REPAIRED able Modern Appliances Inc 428
(; Corp .. 1 I" 1" 1' .r.r .. o."r a cabinets, m.rh'n. .- All irakes 24 hr service and pick Orsnse
.. minutes
Mrs Tweet C 16 22' 22
ters, Mrs. Eileen Jordon Neb S Ohio .. 1. % % % 22VI RE4DIVOS dally.Muriel -buidn.Specialprice no s-rvi-e Caldrell and Harvey 2213 !
Monroe .I Oil ...... 4 7034Trove. U I.IACISiNl1.I.E I circles TRuss Mon8pm .: f.nat "Qu. m.nt Park 2 1972. AD McINtE lrlc: flSS,
Genevieve Mil. both of , G.1 H 70' 7" 'amn Rak P .. 1 31". 31S 31% I Mart ; 2613 Pakrr'E: Wtshln-ton St Phone to ..tr..tor Raymond: Herrin Ed.ewa>er Dr College B JLI.:

N. C., and Mishow, Nil ..... 7V 7V 7% I'ni Carht-fe ... 101U tnt iniv 1.1'2! Phone R2IO I W'SHI4(5 MACHINES REPAIRn ".. Eiolo Co. 39O N. Orange Ave
llomestsse MmHnnMosi ... 3" 5034 39 Oil Cal .... 10 24% 24<4 24% roots etc We form. A.I makes Hosts off Phone In.ALUMIUM.
South Carolina Oil .... S 27% 27V *7" I'iiited Air Ijnes .. 21 17' 17 17SI SPFCML FOR XMAS Mid .rnm'Ill CCREE f'nish concrete fboorud'ewSv Secisosews. to Colony Theater : BOAT and Chavrsn et
Funeral arrangements in 1ft 23V 2! 2\>4 Lne- mrs rt'rert from our fac'orv .ns. For priceestimate Win er Purk 03WFU.
Hndsoa Mntnr ... 20 201 20 201.411T1.4s '.11 .A'.nl [UPJ and steps 4 2 horse power A e
6 4% 4% 4% .. ,>r r-s 2 IV cuars of -I. "ard
I.r. b. Con-
I call 2-0256 specialize
charge of Fairchild Funeral Isr-lCeep . stock sales the half-mil- .55. I trof 0 *ino AI Dnb.m DRt.U'G-We bot trailer E.r,11Former >' ittnn
Central ... 38 27H 2f.% 27Hgtnton . 49 2' 2S 2% $17i ci Co . 2". 2s. W
p1ssC1 All for 832S mf
Home will announced later. - I United Fruit .... 6 S3H SIS S3% lion dollar in heavy trading Ionf 1 pro Hman, COors IV each .t. "" ol.m.tpr. .el *
- an 3 Can tn< pump Cloud Fla
613 DeIawareAve SI
b nited of 75 box ONfRAC5UIDNGN"w h.mPI ..1 _
Home for Dr. John Imp 2 21 2O\ 21"n"M A fartr T priee box 2: $2 F F
i Branncomb will Fn.r.l. Intermentwill MAM ... 27 16% 1* 16V at 15 Florida auction centers 7.0. I ... 5 1O1 102 Co. F Fullard 133 Concord: 24032_ "r..rh. I"R"nd. . Just *75 Small safe *.5
MRS. LhLLUNCOTTRELIiMrs. be in Greenwood Cemetery She is I Gyp.um .. % % 103% last week State markets headquarters or COO to-A Carcia C.a cit.
W B. of 1. I Indus Chera .. 1 si"% >"" 34 tell list Are Tampa S. Fla CARPENTRY REPAIR'S-Prompt service WE". "r"Il>iO-We 'equipped Call Winter Park JKR_ _
survived by son '
Lillian Cottrell, 80, died J Apopka two Mrs IIUr,1. Ba t. 1 Rnhher _... 44 1334 44 reported esterdav SPFNCER Indlvldu'llv no job Co small 2 1239 after to drill Plow. and deep wells Any BABY CARRIAOEHeywoel.Wskefield -

Saturday in an Orlando convalescence I eon Orlando d.u.ht"r.and Mrs T J ".. I 8.e ......WW.I"r 47 76' 7'% 76" Four State-operated and 11 Independent ten ned St'PPR.S. .. Pb 4 all da,Sat and Sunday cUe Nothing up to down 8 Inch 76 No months water to no pay pay. good condition 825 Set sf 6"My

: Clearwater: two grandsons one granddaughter 1WB Warren AND PAINTER-C.eneral Book Hnuse nursery fh "nesgcod .
home. handled 1R15 Mrs CARPENTER
market Reins Drilling and Pump Sup-
[ ] G A W. 5 20% 20S 201 : Wf1
4 A native of Nebraska City two I..t-I.ndd.u.ht r.. and IJ ... 2 1O% 10% 1O%: repair b,eperlenccd men Reasonable pIt . Winter l-d n Road as new Val Pk leather -per
> one Int.r.nd.on.HIS ".. fn ... 24 12V 12 12V cattle and 11112 hops grossing 12. 'Lost and Found rates. free estimates call Bal- Orlando PRune ( bat. $5 Ph 2-2l$s-

Neb. Mrs Cottrell had rtsidr ','West .h. Bug P... 3 26S 24%" 26>, S:14.ROT. according to Markets men Service.-Winter Garden- IR.d. SAMPLE AVAILABLE F. of this large 2- BICYCLES girl t. $15.1 bo t 4.2

in Winter Park with her Memory rLOWCHIn of Jimmy-Oiteen. West Tel ..... 20% 20S 20% Director William L. \\ dsoniKon bIRD DOG LOST-Black and" white CARPENIER work and aenerai repairing b-droom buncclnw We will build 1406 ts-s_atBUIIDINGNo.T93._
:! WeMiag sir Br .... 3"' 3." 31" pointer Answers to "Sport Phone Inquire at SI4 27th SIR It for you for $72*>o on your lot. located at
M Cottrell, for five years. Replete M.mor with rh.n.h.fragrant* the flowers sacred unsurpassed past \. .. Flee ... 44 29% 29S 29SWheeling \\ said the trading wa- 511B or 40B7 A Moormann Gardner Real Fstate 409 8 OrangePhones ; Pine Castle Army Air Field TL t

Surviving besides her son is a .P ... 4 45% 4S 45V LOST containing receipted and clam-shell services 2-441 building U 16xl Make offet to
Yet holds within Its secret most d..r.T. lit'el at all sales points and EVEPJ DRAGLINE .
sl. White )
... 12 22% 22 Belle and ranel for sale. Box 1110. Barasota. Florida
1' Harper clay
Fill sand
flowers of JaroCorp.
Lillian San fairest soul -year: .
daughter, Dr. Cotrel \ill*. OterUM ...*. 8'. 54 iiarkclingoslinel heavy 31 ... I lhm to rat:
those '0 perfect to bluRtThrouth SSlu.n .. 4 f ';ed checks Lost since J. 1 In Box 34f>fl Orlando Fla BICYCLE-Girl s. standard l La
the cold of Winter rc . 14S 14' >4SWoolworth week Winter, Park or Orlando .rd. 2.1102 practically 209 C Steele A'
Fa .lh.nn. the a" on 10 .. 3JI41or new
ncsc. S
[F"J] 4SS 4S 45V Illr"
thl'ouJh Winter Park 27HORS3 CITRUS Or.nc. and grapefruit
ill be no services here. night Y dimhrd '. C.I APPLIANCES Repaired BICYCLE-24 In Good coila!
) niCRIcAL and Com
The body will be sent by the H Transplanted to a calm enchanted land Yoan.1 Ah T .. 1O 76% 76 76% sonle "'H'k LOST-Bay mare blared .. to.atPI. etc John- Al pick varieties your own sweet tl lutcy Everyday Telephone 8S<9 for further Inlur
Untouched sollure from the Earthscruel Phone bu.h.1
hranoedON Church
cattle fare hind Co 23
Z Electric
.Itl I f.t.
At mo .hl. ton I. StatIon
and Sunday We ship guaranteed __
Marvin Pittman Funeral Hometo . Znnite Pmdnct .. 3 5% 5% 5% Gains\'iE. ': on aide Ph 4731.MSSCHESTER ,. ( '
These flowers bloom throughout eternity grades up to $2. I 5tl8.EU'RIcAioR delivery S2 bushel plus express BICYCLE-Man In good rend..o
Nebraska for services and interment Reflecting spiritual amenity. I App..ima. final total sales 190.000. Pries TERRIER LOST- : SERVICE 219 N Tampa corner W. Reasonable Can be seen a'9

i Recalling such perfection will do much I offered on butcher hogs Mixed Namr "Toot". Short tall and Sunbeam Washington 2-4074. Clayton Street

Enhancing humble with Heaven there at eek's end and at 1623 J.omln. A.: Reward New and razors In stork See Bushel -
I thou.h and rising pat. Pharmacy 5169, FRUIT SHIPPING BASKETS- BOAT-14 ft Dundee cedar C ank
touchl Eggs Poultry Live Oak had brought the highest W ALLET--Brown intlsls J f M. lost Mr- San Juan and H bushel sl''I. Ammo Feed bras screws 3 seats UaFv wrutboard ;
DEATHS Weep not-unless the dew drop from your ; between s. J. CLEANER SERVICE Only -
FLOIID. JACKSONVILLE (AP) Florida nearbyDressed Emrl.h'Morrion' ELECTRIC Store 300 W. Robinson Also single cylinder I 3
LOCK Funeral services eArr"at : for the season at that Florence St. for genuine Hoover parts
fresh eggo: prices Mor" Ind.n. A. I oul.e NAVEL lulcy tree practically new condition Pit 4 >-R
for Paul Hugh 4. 618 N. the yearnings to know Cloud. Reward upkeep call the ORANGE--S..e.
MII.Se For anle.
Lk. bl.htul AU sales retaIlers Park
who died at : to : market. F. authorized. Hoover service station rlp.n o.n baskets Winter_

b held Sunday afternoon O. o' .1 "Be still and know' The Hand that plants I Grade Net Wt. Cur. MUI 14. Beauty Parlors only. Bumby Jidw.._6104 or 2-1755.__ f l no per bu Weekday mornings only BOAT, Cypress with bait we' 9.J
the chape! of the Fairchild Funeral each seed A Net do. In Cr .. 1722 Virginia Dr Can 586-W. Winter_Park
I load of -
Home. Elder Fenton Froom officiating Will nurture you with ..r flower-need __u n AMERICAN BEAUTY SALON 44V quality ORANGE AND grapefruit:Soc bushel BICYCLE:.Girl* 34 hi Pr; 5,3
With flower-need .. full, met "I'dlum nu 21 oa. 69 '2 choice 1.150 Ib steers sold springs r.bule. .orkm.n- bring container 1202 9 Westmore > la
with Interment in the Locke Cemetery every _____ 18 57 60 high W Church Machine waves. 85 up We used furnitur. Also hoy t bicycle tit P
Ha U aurvtved by hi. parenta. Mr. and The yielding heart holds no regret Imal h ca. .hlP .U land Dr no undayralls. Pn >
n.rta large 28 oz. 79 82 for a new National all-time highof Cold ..ve 810 UP Appointment jars Furniture Shop. 26O8 K.hl excellent ._j L24--
Mr Curtis H and two brothers.David LVE blesses those remembering the hour 11 and Ju.n.ta.CPRISMAS doz T.n.'ln. 12e aid
Lk. Bonnie O-1)I
Sales direct to consumers: the stockyards f931 ORASOES15 -
100 lbs
.T)00 at -
and Hand of God reached down and .
T. sweet 2711 E. Central ..
His flower 21,1 Wt. Cur 5361Orade pr SPECAL15"d FURNITURE REFINISHED upholstered Lr. emts Sunday a m only 18. F

CTalr Cameron Hanson A Per dOz. In Crt' week Pauls Repair Shop 2611 E. Ave.oRAHOES. est Rd Merrltt Park_

'UTIEL. MRS. H.ICI51. JOSEPHINE Lau __unu 2. oz. 57 J The price hiouiht h this Beauty Salon 805 E Washington sshlnston St 2-118 -- tl bushel tan..rln.. BABY CRIB-Satan gig*. up to 6
NarctMlaJosephine Medium _______ 21 oz. 77 -- 25 8,051,1-half ( V: pick-ship,
10 EDOEWATER BeautYSalonPh REFINISHED In natural 1 mos Ph 2JO4
DE.1 SISTEI head
Kittrell 88 of Apopka who Small oz. Imtc or I topped b. 45c 8 H. Clark Winder-
Eunice h n
C.rrol OU.on. year ago you 1 t 8. 2- come wood or color Pick up today.deliver k"t BTDPRl7tO5-Mattre1e. like new
passed away at the home of her daughter left the Extra oz ire\iou i 35.30 peak frt mere
us was entrusted to I.r. all Gayle
10 i th. | you 11 come again Best service tomorrow Stewart b very reasonable Pn 2-W n
In Clearpater Fl. Saturday morn- Sod but in the realma of dr..ed Iln to to con- and
.0m..bP. re.l.re beautyculture Rena Dunbar TREE shipping
Pec. 2. Ph 2-1493 2-3122
int at 12 30. will be held Monday afternoon eternity your soul resting with Ood. .: I -RIfRt-. 427 H. 8h1D.TURKEY8AI .
.2 clock at the Eielteln-WiI- In my b"at tb"r.i Is a picture more Live The general market. however. KELLEY BEAUTY SffOP-14S K. FLOOR: s N )INGFnlahln. Sp 8t BICYCLE-Girl s child de K Ci
_ _ _ _
New York style and Churrh St Phone Permanent U..lm.at Inc Iron: heatertrueS L4.z
precious than or It Is of you: Dr.w fed J-I01 rl.h. p.ntr. gas
1010 Choice
dear Eunice whose will never grow Fryers Red 2 Ib up ____h.1 55 'was irregular waves $9 11. complete Expert ,rs experience Modern equipment sizes Hickory smok'd shoes._Must_sell 2141 E Rat.

Broilers Red 1V.-2 un____ 4fl 55 and yearlings sold 50 higher, hair rutting ai waves I.br"or Work guaranteed Licensed. Prompt 0 "M' C D Wilder Inter- BATH TOB-Deluxe. with feet i

oldYet when I think of your suffering the Hens heavy ___hn__ 47 53 while hi medium to aver tested 20 .".n' ."rl.n.e. service C. ft. Burke. TBS 1. _ _ laken Rd C.1 plete 837 M one fluah tank tl $0
misery anguish and pain truly I feel encouraged Hens. light n.l ge SILVER BEAUTY SALN-A"t" HOME"SERVICES General repairs; TEERIPENf lt Mln"r.la.dt Mond.ay.13O 8ParraaiOTe

100 Key to know Our loss .a Heaven good grades lost mostly 1.0.r of permanent Caol'D rooting new construction Oo anywhere 'u nlr . _2O la Oo4d 4ition
ssin Sweet mem oriesar 5 hays STATE Phone 6220 21 W. Pine Dowswell pick tree 41st St and -
.. F.IMIIS M.IKI heifers steady to 50c ; beef Lucy Ph. 311._ I tb. Croaler cabinet radio :151 K
no. and th. I know. we ran do.-Uve a SANFORD -St".m-L" 8 Or.nl.Blossom
life on by Gods teachings and live The followIng prices reported by d.l"l cows steady to 25c lower. Can- 15. Schools and InstructionAUTO HOUESw SH by longer than by THE SAME for 28 years In Or Washington
Forn. and ever with you on the State Farmers for produce LON BICYCLE-Boys. Like new ro -: .4
Mak.C and cutters 2oTOc higher; shipping finest
Tax Questions Her Mrs W ners any other method Very nuon.bl. I.ndt ant .
sister w Welborn
Ocoee.tveTY sold to and to with horn speedometer sni t
trlke. d..lpr tarn to drive Wash- to part of
i VI 1.01l. andslaughter SCHOOL Estimates free Steam House rUB fri Vnl'f
14: hulls 1.0-2.t0 higherealers: Ph Orlando 2-061 or Wlne: Parlr
you Canada See
[ States and
Competent Instructor prepares inC Co Phone 2-3K2S .
... green-bu. h.mp. '225-250 calves higher Test Orlando Auto gift parkaae for perfection 8-SM3_
Driver your
fnr State 5
,::w.r l"\. .bbu.--n.t. or sax _h__ $2 25-250 Barrows and 1.0 sold W75c 24879BALLROOM HOLIDAY. SJRVICEW.ns.o"orl. West C.ntrl A.nu.: phone 4232 BICYCLE-Good condition Bc/s
8400 shor.1 1312 <
telephone 2- or see a
(.Ifo..r-nte uuu Please
Investors and Business men art ; Set''Cc # -- ,: 00-4 35CoconutsSO lower. and sow lost 1.00-1.25. DANCING AU t'PI.. fo. after Xmas- Autrey 8-4307 DELICIOUS home ma<>. pies nrill mole 7 8. 110ft Bryn Mawr_ _
;. Instruction and served at the
: to sag ::::::: 21-450 Private and clam HO = Co."r
Invited t ask us for copies of i __ 50-1 75 Butchers weighing less than 180 3-1066. Jane Dlckson Studios 29 W -E. like ; .. Cour St We take .rd.n .- all kinds BICYCLE-Man a Victory: perfe :on
g COI.rdlor.n Uh 1 till 10 m Lk Reasonable price Ph 7150. heater: cheap; Can 2-M77 a!:erp 1
direct : _ Central .f
an Informative booilet dl.clu. : Curum.rabu basket hh !03 25 Ihs were scarce Hour non 1 Free .: work 'uar.nted 11.Grill
: vie hamper ____h 50 iloFitiA)8TAT1. law and 6326 m Sunday_
tat 100 Income Tai 1 75. C.1 Autr" the Oh-l 24 efclld wad
prtln..C L"tur" Ir"b"r-r.t. _ 50Onlonlo."n practice Prepare for examination.brokers RIPE early o.n"raht from BICYCLE- t -\t
questions of particular Interest is Individually planned fa bundles ___ 11.50 U U" "" "U and salesmen 139 K Pin S,. HOUSES WASRfDWlndowi. evtlate5 nP..n"r.1 trees We pan shin Allen pool stuffed tars near cmj.t i.7

at th's time of year accordance with the h. In.Ushbl. b.m"r_ __h 13 00-3 50 si Phone 6568. _ _ _ _ Any small "P.I.In Orange County5ashedllSPh Grove Lake Underhill Ph '6U. gIrls hats. mlac Call 2-3481 4lf W
fam .
50-500 Concord Ave.BICYCLESSstd.wlk
P"pP.-bu..h.mpr n 1 Public speakint. 2-4213 Williams ___
.t-bu. b.ske_u 00225Radisheo5dogen SEEC-STIO . Instruction 32. Articles for RCP' ; good 'Tdl
Write or call personally fora iy's requirements __ 120250 QUICKLOANS avallabIenowPh2-4374. HEATER CLEANING Heaters furnace -. Mon Mr*. Beasley corner C" aebill

Su..b. ,"lo.-bu. hamper h thoroughly vacuum cleaned.repaired BULLDOZER with palmetto and and Oak StBICYCLEOirlt.
copy of this booklet. .u..h. .hl.-b.. hamper __ 1 .2 50 SCHOOL? ADUTlduaUo Al for Winter Ph M6t disc Hourly ormontrac rt Freeestimate
excellent csr'D
Str..bPrl"lpnl! __ S 40 plied MASON. Carpenter work-Chimneys. Phone 2-.257
I-lb. etos '425-.75 ,ffcientv. Parliamentary Law force- too large or Ph 2.4320BICYCLELittle
Tom.to"-r.t. block nothing
P'ubir Speaking starts Jantth .. DRAG S New "4 yd J.rco Corp -'-w
to. crate 5 30turnipsdozen : CI.s too small. Phone 4410 girl t 20. n'
ALLEN & Co.INVESTMENTS .. .f 757 75 EnreUment begins Dee 1tb. Box Orlando Fla Pn 3-16 Phone 3349 or Vl Rlrhir"BICYCLE

0 ranges-box- __ h U 1 51- f for ::7' E Pine 51. Phone 5566. MIRRORS order, REIVERm.m.d.. t or 2-1302 -Girl f used Rot tif t .t
Grapefruitbog 1ndo. FLOOR SANDERAD :
6-1 75Tangarlnps4 larrto Wk. 249.MACHIEANDREPAIR Eior.bln.e 1501 w Fairbanks Winter Park
5 box __ n 81 75 TUTORING In all high school- I.ndl o MIror != Sander and Ph 9S3-R Winter Park
511 Mrtralf Bide Tel KumQu.tt.-bu basket 8150Lemons. mathematics and English by SHOP PlPecutting Oekoff Hdw 2524 Kubl 2-2 21FtRNITXRE _
%1o ence> and rnodll 25 See
box XMAS and threading Electric SICTCLE-Victorv
high school teacher Ph FOR RENT-Comfortable -
"orld.- 1 5 \ experienced
xi Winter Park 194. acetylene welding Cohoon MachineryCo clean Why buy at Inflated at Apt 2 Bldg 24 Reeves T'nsrsBTCYCI.EBoys'

CUR. STOCK LIST t 138 w South prices Sofa wing chir tables. desk 24. 815 0r.sns

Furniehed through courtesy of M.rU.r 16. Travel InformationAIR MOT. cigarette holes neatly woven: lamp other items For information Winter Part. 5-5441. "

ench Pierre F.nn"r k Bune: Shoppers b'ut%J hemstitching picot edg- phone 8977FR BABY CArMtlAOE-Like new" lake

Aluminum Co of Amer _hhhh 57 ; tour service lO a .d. guaranteed SANDERS New Americas m. an offer Telephone 7VBULLDOZm
Amer Gas & Elec------------ 34' BtS STAMsmp-Tlc"t. Taylortna r.r coats lined repaired Reasonable .
f and fully edser rate* 42. Ant rh*;merH
Ark Nat Oas A __ 5', R..on.bl. Ph 2-1678 C R Burke. 1805 8. Bumby 7851
nn t\ R. E. authorized and bonded travel D 10 with 12 ft angle <-ser
Airer Light Traction __ .
15& off
I un Convenient do.nto.n Ice. KCrES-RJAE Wheel chairs. blade double drum powe.1unit
Ashland Oil Refg .___ __ 13', H0Pr.E
1 st-2nd-3rd n across from chamber of CommerceBuilding 13 : recently overhsuled; reaerab7priced.
S.mc. c.ro
Atlantic Company Fisheries nnn 4 ;i Don't let the high cost of Orlando Travel Service: 118 George Stu.r 1 S. ".I St phone 1 1na Ph21287Bight Phone 1135 P.O_ _Boa O3
oIm1et Barium Steel 1 __ __ 5', C 961.TPEWRiRRES
MORTGAGESAuto u E Central ph8393_ _ _ 858. .
Pet BOT AND KCK1R-New 12 Cdleelsboat
r Ces Cr"ol.: Service CorP. hUU_ 3534Deia 36". dampen ou Christmas: spirit r AIR.- BUS-STEAMSHIP RH..tID PLUMBING oas Pitting Bill King. rt.='sel.1 with bait *eUs. Used 5 ho

Fr.lur. Storm Inc. un__h____ 6'. No need for that-If $25 t so and tickets Authorized "lt al guaranteed repair Phone :9. with Ore Stuart. 1 Champion twin outboard mn'or exrelJent .
or Signature E er Bond Co. ;, will brighten Christmas lines Sunniland Travel Bur.a 3 Residence 1729 Grand phone condition 155 4S1 Ol..t Ave
&Shir hII. your gee _______________
S or Furniture Fairchild Airplane Corp __ ; East Pine Phone 5301. PIANO TUNING and repairing Quality makes ateo add Winter Perk164_ M_ _
:Old men Alden C.I Co. ___ ____ 19'. at Acceptance Cor 5 passenger and ex- I workmanship at reaaonabepriceS. : m.rhlne week or montb BEDROOM SUITE Dlninf t'lt
Too OFF OTHER LOANS Humble Oil ReIg------------- 71'. of Florida for a quick fr.endl CADIC- available to private Fully guaranteed C.1 5300.Aoeflciated I Office Equipment Zuh.n. suite Ice box kitchen -st r-

High Get Cash Even If lou Herla Mining Co. _hn?_____ 10 4 lan and enjoy the holiday sea par.. Box 2"9 8Sr.r Store for Imm"dllr..mre. I Croa. A..n. 22O W.n I SmlU. chests gliders kitchen set H23--.9.3
Hubbell Inc 35 -s
lau Refinancing Ha't a Loan ELsewhereSIGXATL'RE Kaiser-FraserMsssra nhnh_____ n CRtt S'H.un.- Nassau Call Oober Telephone I TOOL RENTAL-Paint sprayers ..kUI -
u 1' Agency. ft Bar.
e Tr..1 I saws: beach-taws mowers: BOAT trailer and kicker 14'
'. Hudson o"e
P" CorpHlesSeeenent.PonI nnn : 118 Central 8393 9 flooring equipment concrete mixer boor utility boat new 22 H.P Jovn-
lean here : 1
Co 11
LOANS --- I your own private HOLIDAY All-Ex- G SERVICE-West: Central and mist Young Rental 100 son motor good trailer a. la e5-
I Panteoec = HAVANA. PLlMB TOl
I AUTO YALU lour Promise to ParIS Rexall Dross of Yen ===:=-__--__-:: -11'4 C'. affair-no one else i invoked R'' Pn. tnl.CBA.Lanler Travel Serr-. Heanng Night Co 53"15 N.Jn.n I w. w.ln.t. Prlred reliant to coadnien self1 Can Used be seen only a: 1 h "8Lakeview *.
2 *
'.7 Medsia .. I ALL WE ASK Schulte Inc ___________--_- 3*. Just .. 1 Pine Street Phone 501.PrBUGSPA.YOn. Day -223 C-HAUL-IT Rental trailers An winter Garden Bur ai.ef
I 'Iluodels.pt. s Stand Ught n___________ I'. write-come In-or better couple de PAINTING-House painting I* an art: types and size*, for every purpose.Efficient 2

U Technicolor _._____________ 13 sUl-phone us and pick up the 20 Shartexpenses conserve your money Improve your I ; and courteous service Fairbanks pm

I Models :: : I Emergency Pay Day Loans Textron: __ ..__________ 14U I Cash the same and driving ca Vivian. home. Paint ..f. Stanley P. Curtis: t Trailer Service P.lrl.a and Pare)
day. Next
I :Models : rnited Oas Corp _--________h is'. 9304 between 1 and 3 . 8520 for estimates. Clay St. Winter Park: [Continued On

I Other Can t If >ou're short between par dar. W. Va Coal a Coke _ _u______ 11".
j come in and gel Kt Pay U bark ACCEPTANCECORPORATION

Pnpr. IB M da>s. cost tl.11i COTTON CLOSING Antiques for Christmas
Tie I NEW ORLEANS (AP) Cotton future II IIwATJ.
Al .51."tj.. < .sonnel are invited to use our service fluctuated .rP.I.rl. because of weekend DR. P. D. NAPIER II PAINT

evening _rai..*. C lest 119 price I JUST ARRIVED -:- Glass Exquisite Silver
Cecil were (higher teady. 4 rno a bat lower to 10 r OF FLORIDA I NERVE SPECIALIST I P"RI Unusual Lamps and Mirrors


42 W. CENTRAL A\E .:- PHONE .45U Dec J* 2 Jt.. 34.24 3 22b off 4 : ISO N. Orange ATC .:. Phone nut Laboratory I Hanes Paint Store NOVELTIES -:

Mch .. J 31 IS .32.M 3 L Complete X-ray I Mltfi MATME HODGKIN
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Fu Puking . Grand Central Station, W. Fiat SL May ___ 3%. 35.92-55 O 2 Free Bear Phone Z-
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!J 'tnftnt1ORI.NDO. ;;; 33. Articles for Sale < 33. Articles for Sale i 33. Articles for Sale I j 33. Articles for SaleGASOL i S3 Articles-for Sale < 33._ Articles for Sale |(53. Articles for Sale i 46V_Pet Stock ard Supplies

BOAT-14-ft. rust resisting meta DAY BEDS-2 metal day beds with j|DRINKING FOUNTAIN Kelvlnator. IRON-Almost new. Bat- PLAYGROUND SWING Double, 16 and 20
FLORIDA with air tank and 1$ H-P mattress. Good condition. Both SHOTU SHE1. GOOD equipment. Chair cab- COCKER SPANIEL -B" -
fo automatic thermostat. Bumby Hard- Cal week days. Hansel. wooden. $10: $4: bathl- high deta cx r
PAGE 8-B 14 1947 motor. $300. Klllarney Fishing Camp. $16. 710 W. Harvard. 102 W. Church. south pla-pl. power net Inltrment and old L4tre5 th .sren .Je& ;.
DEe Klllarney. Fla.I ware. I i mile Cord. Rd.. on Dett. 1.5; ebal loun. $15. Ph 1 4 up. 22 shells. 35e up. Sporting 19. .teler R at 1622 Hliicrest' k.-u

---- I' DINING TABLE.-6 chairs and buffet. I DISHES 32-piece setg $8 95 up; south Goldenrod i i _______ G.Sears. Roebuck & Co.. 9813.i I

[ from Preceding Page I I', CORDS BAGSBret belts: tropical ,' Very reasonable.' Apply t 400 i I 53-Plece seta. $16.95 up. Fair t GASOLINE ENGINES and power I j PAI (HOUSE)-"DuPont". $5 60 i SIGE 16-141 Taylor or leather I COCKER SPANIEL Puppies. 7 w- '

Coot .- Jewel7 a hald.de. Broadway.DINING I[110 W. Church St. units for agricultural and induoI In ones: $5.50 per ,alan B"n. machine; 72 W 19 Sn.e I old. Litter registered. All; cc .::s
--- -- i 2517 N. I Phone 268M.CHRISTMAS .
trial installation. Florida
ROOM furniture-Walnut i DINING ROOM Pipe & 11 fives. Also Tufcote red barn pailtI bemstltb.r some old style sewing FOR IMMEDIATE DElIVERYI -
33. Articles for SaleBtS I CASEMENT SASH-"Andersen": com- buffet and china closet good condiI { ; extension table SET-Vermont ma.1..f ex-- Supply- Co.. 630 W. Church: 6118. j I semi-paste). $3/40 per gallon In ones; m.chme. D. L Smith, 1015 llth St PUPPIES Peo'zre

plete. will not rot or warp. Lt us i I ton. 1045 Kentucky Ave.. Winter | ; t condition. 1181 :al : Ave. GAS STOVE-Apt. size. Nearly new. {' $3.30 per gallon in fives. Large shipSt.. Cloud. Fla. i Built-in tubs used lee tab: commodes j i Shetland Sheep dogs Un.n.in-!
BASKETS H liners show Smyth Lumber N. | : ment Just Present indica and Died dralnboardInks I .
bU5bei tem. C. Park ph. 438-W. $45. Telephone 2-4845 for further re.elvd. new collies) Twinkle land Kennels, reklitered. -
906 W. 8\ Railroad. |I Information. ton are that house paint will soon SHEET ROCK. Be a 6395. I china and cast Iron lavatories: Route 1. winter Park
Phone 7336. I SWEEPERS "Wagner" i DEW ALT PWE SAWSAl Parka> I DINING ROOM suite, 9 piece; tuxedo i iI In price. Bumby Hardware i It Ph :I' washing machines: apartment I
In good condition. | CARE hand car- planers. Ma .L Logan> I 39 long new; girls bicycle. 616 De- GAS RANGE-In good condition. Sunday j 1102 W. Church St. standard sue stoves cabinet :DOBERMAN PINCHER Year '4:

BICYCul. please call sweepers.Keaaed Vltr. Stores Co.. I\ metal late. D. Pease & Son. laney Park Dr.. Ph. 2-0097. j i after 10 a m.. 628 Eat Amelia ;i PAINT SPRAY-S !i SAXOPHONE Conn, E-flat tenor All complete line of nttnn.Amer"an . registered champion stock A ;.ne
furer iormaUon p gas motor, Xmas
I Ph 2-3322
a-7651. i E. Pine. Phone 2-3163. j Dora 3753. ; Avenue. I h3f50 I i Saxophone Please call '28-R Win- PlumbIng and or 2300"DOGS
| i JDOWNYFLAKE 5 gaL can-binks. S.
I DNU machine; 2 Orange !I ter Park. i Co. 234 W. Washington.Phone I
BICYCLE. Mans; Young man's CASH RGIT- Immediate deI I DING ROM SUITE-6 pieces; set ,I years I Coleman gasoline Blossom Trail Southland Motor ioj BOARDED stripped c '-1
tuxedo white 1.abut sloe 36; and Ohmen I wine press. 2278 I' : -'h.P.:: GAL RANGE $40. Court. SAILBOAT-Dunphy. Made .ap. excellent 3-24. and bathed. Ruble Small A- .5.1

$20. Reversible Zelan New and rebuilt. Florida C.h RllI West Fairbanks Ave.. Winter Park. ELECTRIC dIC' N mo at H14 .o.. s condition. Joseph I Hospital 1600 N. Orange 4B14OG3 -
Sort coat. Mack and white. ter. 220 8. Main: 8850. tor. An. 1th I PLASTERING TROWELS-Extra light 717 Minnesota Ave St. Cloud.
Jacket I I ELECTRIC In ; with aluminum shank $3.95. Knox CATS BOARDED 6rr la)
all wool Brittany size I 4 GAtransformers oven. perfect SHOTGUN Stephens
8OV&Wlt gauge pump.
coat wool'dresses. I' CIRCULATING HEATER : eCles 78 East Con- Stores j Co. 25 E. Pine. Phone 2-3163. I care for house dogs: Cocker Span-
freight. i
about 36 Young ld7'a coal; enamel finish I" ; I DEEP WELLS | c Rasonable. Excellent condlton. 821 N. Lake- MOVS for the home. News parade. I lei at stud; 21 8 Bamby; 2-37o7
sequin trmed. 2 jelvet 710 Edgewater Dr.;c:1 outfit; electric switch an uncoupler. I cord Avenue. i| mont. Wilter Park 571 M. ta.el comic Bow-

party dresses. 117.5. Zeiss-Ikon folding An sixes. Pumps of an types. I whistling tender. track. 201 :< GAS HTRI heater. 11 x 15: i I I feet. Cleland stead's 1039 N. o ENGLISH BULL PUPS-AKC Rr >
520. 1
.enl dress Dark blue wool cap CAME-size 120 Compur-: log fixtures and Plub. Oglethorpe Av$. I j design: Hoover POWER UNITS-GM Diesl Chrys- SHERO-LO ante. Call 2-1515. tered. Ready for Christmas S1
b.t. Call 6723.BEDROM I i Rapid elb"t from 1 to 1/300. work guaranteed. 36 months to pay. ELECTRIC TRAIN-Track mounted < vacuum cleaner. 641 Hillcrest. after 1 let, Allis Chalmers Wlson ln. I I SOFA i by our new stud "Pilgrims Hr:
Service and part. 1 to -Twin beds: chest of drawers: BEAUTIFUL WALNUT lined (Jolly Jerico blood line .
SUITE-4-piece 1 LIBBY & FREEMAN. 711 West on board. Also boys bicycle. 10 am. HP. I eee ) Mrs E I.
tomplet.. < Phone 3166.'CTE ____ 7667 Ph,I i Farm & Home Machinery CO. 430 W I| odd pieces. Coleman he.te. 304 Can seen Church Street. Telephone 9869. i ,
: b 110 I GAS in excellent Hughey Court. 1 5 2-3572. graph
17 LINE-KoroseaL The new I ITOR2. Robinson.PUMPS t p.m.: I records; $35. worth '
Division. i line. Also stranded I! ELECTRIC TRAINS-American Flyer _tOldlUon. Phole Johnton. 2-3129. | j condition. e: h'U h. 532 MagnolIa Ave.Eustia. FOX TERRIER PUPS- $5 es1

BED SPREAD Hand crocheted. 'and solid wire. Knox Stores Co.. 25 I and Lonel complete with accesso- ,! GALVANIZE PIPE-2". 105 ft. eW j ji I'SAL SHOWER informs- Fla.I Father grandmothez thorou. *

IKI0 hostess aprons hot pads. E. Pine. Phone 2-3163. DU PONT HOUSE per I|tries. lay-away plan. Haley's. ,,i for further 1 tion. 400 fuhe i i Ssh! Don't mention grandpa .,_j
block from Lorna PAI-S. 6 j,,21 N. Orange Ave. I- eletrle. deep and shallow = BARGAIN-Orange washing grading. Cherokeeprive.
In in
gallon $
Pe. ones; form.UoD
ELECTRIC I, I i! SCREEN and bronze. 24 and polishing machine la excellent
Doone: bus lne.BRKFAS CL& fives. Also Tufcote red barn paint I ELECTRIC WATER HEATER-Hoff- HEATER ,
i Electric. and I GAS WATER -Norge refrigerator i to 4$ bita. condition. Or will rent machine and ; *
SET-$25: rocking "Gnerl. Johnson Eletric"Wfltlos.- (4.ml-PI'd $3.40 per gallon in ones man. 30-sal. capacity. Reasonable. :i; ; breakfast set with 4 chairs; ;' an( little I per month. Bel- levels, and..other h.mme. 222 building on Orange Blossom A K. C.. sire champion. M.

.1 trunk. $3; flat-iron and i Al Church. Phone 5186. $3.30 per gallon in fives. Large shipment I i Ph. 8895 or 2211 E. Central. _ i Wilcox & Glbbs sewing machine elec- Winter many., WeU Garden Drilling-pump Supply. i phers. Hdw. tol. 8070. or Winter Park 6113.I .naIPh of Long-Worth dane. Innaa. i
toaster; living room set lo I just r.elve Present Indications i ; 2*. htrli ; 2 bed springs; Rd. 1 mile east of j Delia V. Daulf. Mrs W. M Let? V U
COMPOUND Crack filler i ELcRIC-CICN-Plcbr I mtte. Ph !
electric refrigerator; oil heater; .tu CAULKING are hous paint will soon :. 1 9767. Orlo] Vista Orlando: phone 7087. SEWING MACHINES Factory reTT Box 5311 Jacksonville. Pta
din enoch: roll-away bed: wardrobe; |i ; putty: white lead and all paI\ advance in price. Bumby Hardware. I ouP ; flame I bwt. guaranteed like new; portable i I 31. Articles Wanted ._
1 ers supplies. Smyth Lumber Co. burner; Whizzer motor bike: dinI GUITAR Hawaiian steel. See at POWER LAWN MOWER-Most $325 Wiggins; 6247. | IRISH SETTER Thoroughbred i i
washing and B.i m.chae tables; Orange and 102 w. Church. j|cite set and buffet; 1 Vx h p. Hobart i, Amelia Ave.. upstairs. 0 4 months ago. will sacrifice for A j! ADDING MACHINE 10 key electric: papers Reasonable. 1181 Car .a

chairs: gas .te other !i| a ad8TNDSMetll DOLL CARRIAGES-Tricycles. wag- I motor; '.. h p. electric motor; toO., ds We. Tuesday from 9 to 6. $150. Weight 30 Ibs.. 24-ln. cut. Call SCOOTER-Cushman; good as new.L5t5 i j i ,private party. Phone 5741. Drive. Phone 8378MANCHESTER _ _
Orlando Ave.. Winter CHRISTMAS make girl happy j
bargains. ons and many other children's toys. cola Ice cooler. 1101 W. Colonial. I I -438g-- 'i I some boy or 4
Pak.BERM. very b.s. i Use our plan on all GOVERNMENT SURPLUS-Builders for Christmas. A ba.aI for someone I BAND Used, TERRIER Pt fa- -
SUITE-12 piece rock ma red metal legs. $1. Bumby Hard- I Economy l7-a.: Co- .1t. I ELECTRIC PERCOLATORS Automatic |I and euiment A home in a hurry. : PORTTERS pair, fine velvet; don- ,1 at 3000 Kohl Ave. Ph. ISUD House any 218 Thorough-Bred. McNlnch. O-at.ie

Scaly mattresses\ .ae. 102 W. Church St._ i Church: 9217 waffle Irons. Combinatonar1. imi dflven. Sales office at ble faced $25: Summer fire place 27331I 18. N.tODdlton. phone 'Muae. Blossom Trailer Park.
t.I bd sandwich Fair Sor. >I Pine Cute .. Natoaa Sales; maple frame $8 ; radi- I!I Ro.lnd. :83.I MACROSS KENNELS Dogs birded
maple knee-hole HAMPERS good sup arel. -
and springs: rk i 'CTHS DINING ROOM SUITE-Walnut. Like Church St. p. O. 1391. am r $8. bedding 5 la SEWING MACHINES-Singer eletri DIAMOND RING-Gents. Give ,
desk. AU good as new. 140 Sunny- S several colors eombtn.tOD.'Bumb7 9 includes china i ; cun.1 and I i|i portable also Singer I i i particulars fu canaries parrakeets. f c. >
new. I i and lowest
plees. EVENING WRAP Black c Ph. 4298. tr.de. hamsters
co\ velvet, white for sale. .
town Rd.. Casselberry. < Hardware 102 Chuch 6 chairs buffet: Sun. 10 to 2 I I dress. Townley 'GOevening 1 CLUBC-8 Wilson Ions 4 I : Pak Lake Ave. 310_( Bte.I prce Crossley. Fh. 2-2246 -.>
1st. on. coat sandbelay. with leather bag; 5 -AU types I
2. boys and : excellent ___ 812 Delaney Park Dr. .o. : irrigation.
BICYCLES Ilrl I with Cross Fox collar size 18 Indus SODA FOUNTAIN Robert Green.refrigerated .
; Irons. mixed woods with trial
i Mr 4 i domestic Florida POINTER
{ Pipe & excellent
condition and tires I COTTAGE in trailer camp. Partly I i sandwich unit, | blasts $rJI
o j DINING ROOM SET-Solid oak: ta- i diamond ring carat star sapphire 1 \leather bag $45. good condition. 55 Supply_ Co.. 630 W. Church: 6115.I 'I' new I Phone 8871 for further informat.js
Pone 8282 except Sunday. [' furlhe. $500. talh Phone Win- ble; I chairs leather covered seats; I with 2 diamonds. Living room suite. !: Orange Place. Maitland. 1st street i i POWER UNITS Ph condition. Raymond O. Stats 765 lRNIK CSED. P 3-3808 I, please.
- BEomplet. $15; tennis racquet; Pak bufet china cabinet. Off Fairbanks 2 piece. Will sell reasonable. Sunday 9 N. of underpass. Continental engines Chestnut St.. Clermont.SPARVARNISH i Mater'
forll size 12; shoes ': churns with dasht side Little Lake Fairview on to 5. 219 E. Harding. 1 I I I i for agricultural and Industrial UTILITY PUPPIES Purebred, dewormed. var

brown II.etv; hat and bag t CHRN8tle. . 5 and I gallon Ile.I Wymore Rd going north to second I ELECTRIC (2>. Schick GAS STOVE-$35. Call Winter i I installations Florida Pipe & hard wearing waterproof TODh ciliated Ship COD. 1 darn cvi
: Supply Co black
for 2-2021. 530
to match. Ph. 22S75.BOAT i Bumby Hardware. 102 West open on right east 150* on> tingle $10 RAZOR Pak. ask M.lt.nd Dial 6118 W. Church Strt. overnight. Special price this week. ice boxes tongue Chinese chow p t :1
I Ilightfour !St. ;, nghtC M Gregg. Sunday only. Fourloe. HAND point. $2.95 and up. $3 SO FRNI&Usc at..ea. the litter male $35. Toy Ratt-5
Motor and trailer; Evmrude $12 SO. Portable electric oven 1 DIE .aloD Bumby Had.ar. i Call
I rok"r. Knox .. 25 E. Pine. Phone PIPE for grove and farm Irrigating 102 pr. ma"hne. bfoj.india you black males $20. females $1-> '.':g
motor; 14 ft. seml-vee CIRCULATING HEATER ; street allr and 2 folding side pl.te. $ 1725 sell 1 We SeweU- Janice
bottom r about; welded steel trail- :> heats 8 room house; $40. 224 rsr 1: DREEEvenllS colors Alsoskirts. r; East Kaley. 2-3163. W.1 Florida Church Pipe At Supply Co 630 SPUN ALUMINUM GREASE SETS. Thurmond Furniture Co.. 72 W. Pin Curry. Rt 1. Owlnzs K

er: ; eushon good condition;: Robinson Ave. 1 Call Sunday or Monday aft- ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR :1,I ROSE REELS--Sturdy hose reels 100ft. I St. Phone 6118. salt and pepper to match. $2 90. St Dial 4070. i PERSIAN "KITTENS"wh '. S
flat bottom t Price at 736 W. Princeton. K.I I steel wheels. $6.75. I I I months old Hilltop Cattery F --.
capacity on BumS
Hardware 102 W. Church St.
r. Ineuded $12 95 for' erlol vinator. ft. Nice $ 1 WILL BUY. remove I
; or saw your to. .
$450. Phone CHS-F-DRWE I tondtoD I I Knox Stores Co.. 25 E. Phone rL WELLS. WATER Fla Take Rt 441 to PI
Witer Pak. ,i $12.95: > DESK-New all steilShw.leaDd 718 31st. after Sunday Inquire at I i Ple. i i! iilf SYSTEMS :STONE 'pine trees. Call King Building and < water tank Turn North
2-3163. i No down payment. ATRBWltbitai about 5 n-
SPRING-Double bed size. : i 208 S. Main. Lumber
BOX tables $10: blankets $9 95. WhitmireFurniture. leather swivel I ;': to f faucets. Company: telephone 7267 Look for sign.PEKINGESE .
Like new. Please call 2-0938 rll 30 W. Cu"h filing cabinet. See at 1601 Berkshire ELECIC: SAW-Portable. 5-In. and HOUSE PAINT-"DuPont". $5 60 pr.alon month. :pay.6332.William Oakley. 59 1 Bumby Hardware, 102 West Church KEROSENE REFRIGERATOR Want-

for.UoD CAMERAS-We buy. sell trade and, I off C.: AvDAVENrRT _ _ I li. 1n metal carrying, In ones; $$.50 per gallon II Galand i St.SHOT ed. B to 8 cu ft Box 308 S-Star. j female: AKC- For registers.sale: T--T-ma F aI,

BICYC2. 24 In boys'; $1S each j I I repair all kinds of cameras. Alao a and love seat 71S -In .a! A Keiser. Vogue Theater fva. Also Tufcote$3 so per red gallon barn In paint PIANOS..-Just one more of those GU SHELLS-12. 16 and 20 ORANGES grapefruit and tangerines Fairview ghoreg opposite Da-.,- -
$2 each. Can seen blork. Colonialtown; 5136. .ml-p.tel. on. '
full line of and photo fin- Avenue. Winter i '
b i
soter. good selection of loads.
and .upple $3.30 per gallon In fives. Large shipment ,, 'mod Kimball studio avail- Highest market prices paid L. K PUPPIES-Half Scottle. 7 mfr .. -
Don 1 p.m 210B. Ishlng. City Luggase phone ELECTRIC New Pl.no Knox Stores Co. E. Pine. Phone Branson. 3-1226 :
Kuhl.BIYC26'. DPt a 372- REFRIGERATOR Just r.el.ed. Present Indicajo I,| D" dfhvU7. Mius 145' 2 j i $5 2200 Glen wood Dr Alo.TM a .i
Co.. and Church
& Jewelry Crosley
DINIG ROOM SUITE-8 piece. Al- |' ne. Norge < tions are that house paint will soon F.lrb.nk .. Winter Pak. OLD GOLD-We pay highest prices if.1 ParkPEKINGESE
boys good cndtlD CHRISTMAS our Lay-A- so cornered cupboard: 2 rugswith for immediate delivery. Also several' advance In price. Bumby Hardware PUMPS. WATER SYSTEMS. SCREEN DOOR RRDW for diamonds, old old. watches
TYSU. $39 ARHngel.
'U- Winter Pak. pads overstuffed chairs: Innerspring |I used boxes. Ph. U. Ii broken AND CHTHCAH *_r
Way plan Cb:1.oma gifts llo 3324.'ECRIC 102: W Church St.HEATERWo W. A. Jory and Company. 415 I.t"be. aprnl" jewelry, teeth, silverware. Lovely puppies. Registered
BABY CARRIAGE-Stroller; gasolinelawn line of wagon etc 2 good roll-away Co.. 25 E Beckman & c-c a:
G trcnle. m.trs j BI.ANKETS-With exclu- circulating In Robinson Ave. Phones 8712 and 9600 Pnf. 2-3163. Sons 139 N Orange. 1809 E. Garvln
AH good condition. Parrish 220 S Orajige. beds stove: table and I I .o j
: temperature control It
mo.e. Had.ar. Also two Pays to see us first. TOASTER standard make.quality OFFICE MACHINES iiure. I
Ne. fur
8830 $ St.BEAUTYREST. Ph. miscellaneous articles See at 1601 I {I Walter J. WUcox. Service and Sales i .ondlton. PERSIAN KITTENS Gray b =
2184.I Daniels St. Ph. 6830.HEATR2 product two slice Get
PIPE prices
I DIES-Armstrong" our Check with
ops 53 stocks and 1 autom.tc. Oeorre orange: beautiful
Berkshire offClsy Ave Slate 1936. "The Most for Your | Xmas gifts rf
and I COMFORTS-One blue. one sat- $25. Box 309 Stuart. 13 S Main '
MT ros burner dies In several combinations. 6larTYPEWRIERRoy.I"rble St Ph. 815$. McDonald. 1215 40th
.prnl. new. Am will Bl In; new. lne used; $17 1028 I i DIE SET-Studio couch:: oil Money Always. 61 E. I Ie.1 j oULke-ne.8. Knox Stores Co.. 25 s.z Pine. Phone I StSPORTSMANATTKIpyyoyc

Telephone 3-3227. Wilfred D. I| odd pieces. 2608 KuhliAve '' :' and used. Gus Madden's. 908 Kuhl 1 5-6 yrs good meat dog; $icr ;.,
BRUCE FLOOR CLEANER-Never CABIN 4; at; .j| MondayandJTuesdayfrom 9 to 6.TXEoi .
CUIEIH1 pr.e | Ave call 7726. HEATERS-See the new modeL3TSS I __ 2-3S64
h.rness : _ _ _
water on floors. UB Br. : i I DOG FURNISHINGS-Collars. i
file 165 Perfection light 38. : WE PAT
heater with pilot $25 for
pre.ar old
: .orD your drop bead
Smyth Lumbr .. at Sanford Boatworks. i leads toys blankets etc Knox I I ELECTRIC IRONS Automatic tonI PUMPS-An types of TROPICAL AND Gold fish Al la- is
Cale. Will heat 9.20O cubic ft. of space water i gray wool suit Sinner sewing machine
Dmln" regardless i
fish bowls
. Co. 25 E. Pine. Phone 2-3163. i trol. I air pumps heatr-: CAT-Genuine plucked otter. i Unlvrs.1 Proctor Slmsl i Krlvinator dept.. Bumby Hardware j jI systems for fIrm No size 3S.Allartlice Apts.. Apt 3. of age or condition Phone 3-2341 gel fish 3 for
BOAT Steelcraft 28 ft.v Cruiser size 36. natural color muff: I II DRESSES 1 ensemble 38. bl.ckerep I Bamby 102 W. Curch. I 102 W. Church. down PIm nt. 36 months to pay EK' TRACTOR- .- HIGHEST MARKET PRICES Catfish $1. Harry$2 50. Neon 7 'aa
demonstrator. match. Perfect condition. 34smeos shoes black I pert service Farm & Machini i ore paid fororances. Coster. 138 F. .e
sleeps four. Used as and hat to 462: ELECTRIC IRONER-Iconrite. Used 1 i Home ,
I i To be torn down Grove grapefruit and tangerines.< Winter Park.
Will seU a lbra diunt 115 : $14)00. Phone 3472. J. B. BlckeL 9: slippers 10'j: other articles; 1218 I very little. Cost $204. sell for f ITS. !' HOUSEroms.and moved. Carter St. and Orange cry Co.. 430 W Robinson haro.re"ondltoned.harow Box 131 Lester White. 3-1226.
hp. Chrysler T. Clermont.Pla._ II | Greenwood Avenue. Orange An.. Winter Park. Ph. I|; 1 Inc car |
motr. _ _ _ _ 196 Blossom Trail. Inquire at Scotty's j Maitland> WE BUY 41.' Poultry
I used furniture. Call and Supplies
103 us before -
Bales &
Co. i
S"lc. 8 Or.nl CEDAR CHEST-Lamp tables.V11"- DINING ROCSUT.complete: ma- | Maket. TUXEDO and full dress Both, selling Orlando Furniture Co

Blossom Tai.BATRM i glassware china bric-a-bracrmany pie carriage. ELECTRIC WATER .EATER-20-gal.. i' PYREX WARE-A good selection genI for the price of $10. Size.Ult.. Phone. No. 2 store. 615 W. Church phone CHICKS-Bloodtested. (Your cr--tt
SCALES-"Borg". Mag other gift gug.estions. The OpportuI. Mahogany liquor cabinet Taylor Tot. like ne.h.p.: electric motor; I iOTWATR, TAN-Mu.tfe.s I sine Pyrex ovensar e 'ncludlnRIv.r.1 2-4259. 2-4883 B. Rocks. N. H Reds. R. X. I -
numbers easy to read.Bnmby I. city Shop next to Maitland Post Of- Also miscellaneous household lurnishilngs. Dumore electric grinder brlnd-ne. lal milute .1.- 1| gift sets. Knox stores Co.. 25 _ W Rocks Jersey Giants Wan .*
fice. Inc washer like new. Call E. Pine Phone 23163.PIHERtone jYPEvRIER-Unde.o standard. WANT LIGHTWEIGHT used row- !
Hardware. 102 W. Chuch St.; Ph 2-160. small battery charger; air P or Orphlngtons tOo Leghorns,
I m
: 2-4353 after I pm. sell $70. boat; reasonable. Box 581 Winter
lystem. 30-cal. tank dUl
: axes. or cripples $7.5O
.tt.t . . tt. snips pruners; refrigerator mecban-| ,I HOlE FREEZERS-Kelvlnator. now BrO"1 ware green.water 6ic. pitch-Knox 1424 Ferris Drive. Park or Ph 1218 J. assorted tS.50. Pullets per 100$12 Etivi l.'a.tionsl .
at Bumby Hardware. Kel- I'RACTOR.-.1i0 h T
Ics service set; flaring tool; ml"rome Stores Co. 25 E. Pine.Phone 2-3163. P. "Planter. Jr. Hatcheries Outlet. 1723 8 8U
I ters. calIbers; depth and thread I I vinator! Department. 102 W. Church PRESSURE with disc culhl.or. plow. Tractor 35. Fuel Oil and Wood Et. Phlla. 4$. Pa.SNYDER'S .
drawing board I HOHNER HARMONICAS Marine COOKERS-Full line of only $21O Had.are. 102 W
..UI.I.various rules-Instrment. 2112 I band. Old Standby. American- al popular pressure eoker includ- Church_ St FUEL OIL-Have your tanks tilled QUALITY Egg Bred C.-.wkf
Lucerne re. A"f Ils the brand new "Wear-Enr' i now. Telephone Or'-ando 8021 give yon larger egg proli'i Fii: m
Terrace. Ph 5932. \ or
Echo and Chromatic. Herman's Loan TABLE SAW '
-8-tn. .U &
GIFT SPTT Bumby Hardware. 102 2 motor. Certified-Pullonun
: W. Church i Winter Park 200. McGraw Fuel Oil clean. !'> ted
ELECTRIC WASHING 27 W. church St. Extra blades.
MACI St. Al tool grinding i Service. hand-cnUed breedera. backed bl
Now available . m.ke.Kel HARMONICAS Harmatone. n.nb.nd. wheel $75 for .1. Boat outboard > Pedigreed, breeding. AH chicks R Ofi
rins'or Dept. Bumbr I Lwellyn 75c to SI 95. Her- i type 1 ft.. oa. and anchor. '! FIREWOOD-For sale. Get it while i I I sired New HampshIre White Ic/ivy's

W Church.FRSIRE. man's Loan. 27 W. Church St. 1 PIPE t65 Macboss.TUEXDOS2. it lasti. For particulars and prices i |,: and Barred Rock. Sexed or struct

CHRISTMAS SHOPPING MADE EASYSolve New and used. Pay I: HUDSON SEAL COAT-1366 Devon 1 Tracy's- Galnnlzd.Plumbing and H Pumps.and *4 I. size 36. $15 each. call 6947. i run Writ for free folder with prr.rt.

.ld save 10 to 25 per tenti :i' Road Orwln Manor can be seen j I I 232 Irvin St. Orlando and Gotba. Phone 2-8261._ _ _ _ WOOD-Long slab. (2 a load. 12"> I Snyder Summerfield.Farm & Hatchery Rt 1-N
i nn your purchase. Bass Furniture Co.. Saturday morning or afternoon and TUXEDO-Size 38. like new. have out- slab wood $2.50 a strand delivered., I Fla.

the question on -t t give t whom" by reading the 625 W Church St Phone 5820. Sunday afternoon. or evenin gs. "rosD Very reasonable Phone $4 Fla.50. O. H. Spahler. Box 118 Taft. I I TURKEYS-Alive or dressed Tle-

FUR COAT=Black: size 18; never ICE Ibs. Metal porcelain PIANO ; Phone Orlando 2-0881 or Wjiiei
-Mason and Hamhn spinet -145.
listed below. handy GIFT SPOTTER each BOX-l0 : Park.
appear WOOD Stove and fireplace $5 00 j
ad T "i been .orn. Ph 2-2777. Realnable. Call 1211 Edwards The lat one for Cbrstm.delivery TILE YOUR bath and kitchen In rustproof I

day and offer you a ever-changing assortment of ChristmasGift FUR COAT=Full length. brown Ave. Joseph Bailey. & Magnolia; Telephone aluminum Permatile: free i and,and carry.up: strands 1401 W.special Washington.price. Cash TeL [' TURKEYS-All sizes. Fresh dressed

squirrel: very reasonable. Small to ICE BOX 75 lb. capacity. Metal. 2209.RoFIG5. estimates Central Florida S.le.1217 7267. King Fruit Co. oven ready. Wlldfr-Densmore TorI
Suggestions. medium size. Ph. 2-302' i I white enamel good condition. 809 ( 55 and green nd red JI Orange. Dial 6840. I I key ranch. Ph. 6913Interlaken R4

FIRE PLACE SESAl, brass hamLl I, Court. ; supply. Bumby Hardware t SPAR VARNISH'ijh. WOOD. oak. and pine. all lengths.Reasonable. 1 I LOWEST PRICES la Central Fla K
-- mrred brass See our'' ICE 102 West Church St wearing w.terprof. dries Please telephone 2-1147 R. Reds. 6 wks. old $ 40 8 wks
stock. Also JuSt received ship- i i Ibs.REFIGERTOR-Al RADIO Combination phonograph. overnight. Special prise this week, A WELL-HEATED home gives you old. $ 6O. straight run. W.;: mkI
ment of gas room heaters Bumby 22nd Street 11 $3.5O per gallon. Bumby Hardware that comfortable warm contented :I fryers in a few days Lake O the
[ < l"'S-_ Hardware. 102 W. Church St. public address system and record- 102 W. Church St feeling. Orlando Fuel Oil Co Inc., Woods Chick Co 94 mi. K. oJ UaU
SJ or o r sEt INLI j LOLEM-Weupp\ tog machine. Al G E. portable V- Ph. 5118 or Winter Park Fuel Oil Co- land' Hi-way 17-92.
CAT HonBro.D standard and wave radio. See ARNIH.- Tough. Ph. Winter Park. 200. I
tGn. 12 to ; floors. Call Avdoyan 2501 Edgewater at 1601 Berkshire off Clay. J .rnl. ..terrof. dries 45.
tlon Ph overnight Apartments for Kent
_.. C... _. .-3 CASSS. 11.ountlil 548FRrrUE Dr Phone 21215.KITCHEN POSTS< :fence "prm7ft. 2 to gallon. .e.k. 37. Fertilizers and Soils
ART Sumooune something thai' pens. SOt; genuine leathei :* b..A..h.lh-t.entiii. c.ec- -wo. gas. and oil SINK-Second-b.nd. 41" butt. $ 4 to S- 135 per. Church.VENETIAN Bumby Hardware. AMELIA AVE. 28 E3 bedroom apt

Oliddens.AMMERMANHbGlve they can. u for. all 12 moat ..I.t. by ." Herman's Loan . $42' 01. 56 down. $1.25 per i i'i .: lamps;: bv 21". $15 Phone 769-M Winter inch butt. $25 hundred. Call WinterPa. COLD SMOKE will reduce Tour pest.and I available next week for a gbort

.. 27 W. Church. week. on our budget plan Goodyear. rues: chairs etc. 421 W. Amelia. Park_ _ _ _ _ _---I|' 598 Littietree Co. BLINDS The best cost improve growing conditions In | time. Adults.
her a wave 30 N. Orange Ave j I FURNITURE Rugs bedding and LAWN SPRINKLINO systems Easy \I RANGE-Electric. 3-bura.r.-onn no more at Adams. 919 West Central iyour soil if used in your garden at CLOSE IN 1 bedroom furnished
for Christmas. Make appointment LOUNGE CI with otom.n. '' odd pieces terms or 20% for 1 and broiler. Annuf. Orlando. Our telephone planting time Send for fall information apt
estimates $35. 605 Conway Rd.. front
$39 50. Furniture FLOOR LAMPS. 3-way. Indirect $15 of payments. Surveys and i number, i It 9558 Ting: no children 01 PCM. St.J
now. Call at 20 East Pine Street; cash. Slaughter Furniture .. 48 without ph. 2-2087. on planting roses and sweet
and 615 West Church Orlando Furniture Co 141 and 615 obligations. Fla. Pipe and mo. Ph. 6017.
dIal 662.CANNITER. Stree. West Central. Phone 7696 or 2-4142 VENETIAN BLINDS manufactured at peas. 508 Brookhaven Dr.: 6314-
West Church hireet.FIREPLACEFURRISHINGSHome. I Supply Co.. 630 W. Church: Ph. 6118LAWNSPRINKLERSMsny I IFRIGERA TORLonad Porcelain CLOSE IN Lake front: unusualLy! at-
SET-A beautiful high OUTBOARD MOTORB. a-hp. i FUR COAT Mouton lamb brown. ] j I in 1739 Kohl Ave. See us about Best- DAIRY FERTILIZER WANTED -1 I tractive apt., furnished. AU circ
design square canI I I $ week.on size 18: beautiful black dress typ. i co Alum. basswood or cedar blind Factory Dried in large small quantities
129.5. do.n brass end irons fire sets fire size Stationary and rotary. 49c running order. Price S150 cast . or trie; : adults only twin beds. Ft
luster 4 With red or plan. Goodyear 300 Sold 18. both like new; $100 takes 445 Chase Ave. Winter Park, price or Inst.I. Cal R059. Orland" Write or phone Mert Austin Sentl-
black pee. Knox Stores Co.. 25 E. Pine iKnox Sore. Co.. 25 E Pine. Phone Anr1 Co.VESESBUSDAluminum. 1 season to April 30. Including ntn'.ties! ,
match. N. Orange 1000W. Princeton. Vpnftln Blnd pel-Star. '
tnob. b. t. I Av.OUAR Phone 2-3163. j 2-3163. Fa. |'linens, maid service. '! bee room;

Knox 23163.CARVING.Str.Co- 2 E Phone MOTORS Evinrude. MATTRESSES-Spe- I'! FUR COAT-Coney: size 14; sell rea- j FENCING-36. 42. and-48 ROOpeOA ; stock FILL and good rich top soil. For full i i' $9OO; 3 bedrooms occupied by 2.

i I delivery. Correct Craft. INERSPING . S34.5. sonable. Ph. 2-8111. LW high. Bomb Hardware 102 : T'G"Blr'rlmeoldqu.lt per M ft at factory Orlando *. 37c measure and quick delivery, dial 1250. Apply 545 Delaney St

scales: pressure SETS. Universal cookers: bathroom"Dazey" j I Iean Inc.. Pine Castle. Phone 2-2465. Undo Furniture Co.. 14 or-I I' FURNITURE-Light gray wikr dnfnlr. tWest Church Street Lumbr Co N. Orange and Railroad. Blind lift;. Co 1739 Knhl Venetian Ave.-: CLOSE IN-Combination bedrooms

breakfast and dinner I W. Church St. newly rust. -All steel fac- PAINS of all types. Outside r80S"" FILL DIRT and clay. One or more and living rooms with private
openers; Ilet i PIPES-"Kaywoodle" and "Sir She- LUGAGE-TIE
$ : other articles Call S86-W. Special varnish for loads full measure. Call 6464 days baths and entrances. Kitchen ad
LAWN Moore
bird electric i ORNAMENTS Of concrete. I p.mt.
cages: Iron I don. Herman Loan Office 27 Div
Pre Winter Park. 1583 Highland Road. 9041 nights, joined. For light housekeeping Eea-
sets; food choppers: West Church Street. I' Bird baths flower urns novelties i Inn.Jll. 441. Apopka Road. and heat resisting use. '
era: dutch ovens. Bnmby Hardware. benches Bud's Novelcrete. 5 miles I; FUR co :r--Siz-12banr- Mills *_Nebraska. VENETIAN BLINDS- POULTRY MANURE-By the ton or sonal rates. Ph. 2-8742.

102 W. Church St. RUNABOUTS $45 and up. Also north of Orlando on Highway 441 i j coney; LuEF 2.0-f-l05 novl7-ald- PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENTor sack. Fairvllla Poultry Farm. Telephone CITRUS AVE.. 542-4 rooms furnished -

CEDAR CHEST-Large selection In cruisers; oars available. Correct METAL STOOLS Good" selection I ferses: baby carriage. tfftfrb."t.h.lr. Ph 260. Winter l-Garden Clarence E homes schools and parks. Place AChristmas size. Three day delivery Made 5927. ; adults only; seasonal rental
Craft.Inc.phone 22465.8LUMBERCHAIRS.. I 1 AU like until June 1st $700.
n.w. Relon.ble Thompson orders now. On displayat at ; utilities lnnu.iDUPLEX
clor.sizes and price range. Wit |I metal stools and ladders. Choice of of.ra"cfpt"d.
Insurance policy I I "STREIT" 169.5; colors. $ Knox Stores I j See at C. 5mthe. MEN'S CLOTHING Extra good: I Southern Metal Fabricating Pine ChARLES. 1102 Edgewater Drive 38. Plants, Flowen and Seeds CABIN for rent by week

troth proteton PurceU's. 301 W e.. .b.lr. large with Co.< 25 E nndph'e 2-3163. phr7 Rd. Lake Ma7.FRSDuble sweaters and skirts for girls: almost |I! Castle. Call- 5514.RADIOPHONOGRAPH. ,I Phone or mo. Inquire Silver Star Cheney

Church $39 Orlando Furniture Co- 141 PORTABLE, RADIO-"Emerson" battery -, silver fox .".rf. EK"el- new. Also high powered binocular, combination. \ AZALEAS-Blooming size. 3 for SI. Highway.

CHEST. ""LANE'S" National and 615 W. Church St. i and electric. $29.95. Others 1 I R.an.bl: priced with tripod: Kent's diamond nnn: 23 A surprise Christmas present given Oaks Nursery. Mt. Vernon off GARDEN APT. Private entrance,
"The sift that starts SMOKING STAN AND SETS-The $1995. PurceU's. 301 W. Church St. 'I i I Telephone_2107.FRNIREL.lnl._ jewel Waltham: Scnf.f. Rear of with each radio combination. Special VACUUM CLEANER- -hoUB. Bumbj between Colonial and Robinson screened porch. kltcbenctM, I >r

: 1 home." Orlando Fmlur. Co... gift that appreclted. PurceU.I room bedroom. 13OO Terrace D.e. bloka norb at Walter J. Wilcox Service and Slightly used $325 101 Ara.D nished Including utilities exrpn

141 and 615 W. Stret. 301 W. Church REFIGERTORBrand-. Limited Cros-I!I kltchfl. town See ,{ 2000 Conway Hales sincel936. 61 Robinson. Ave.. phone Wlter Park AZALEAS-Potted or in corsages neighborhood. Seasonal Pa. 3-i/i 'I

CMPACS White Enamel design. SHIRTS "Airman" by Shirt Craft i supply.Sh.lador. ironer. Regular IMI) Berkshire Ave off Clay _a MOVI-P ECOR6 mm EastR ANT EQUIPMENT VEGETABLE S-HREDDER- The' Phone Azalea Shop at Cauelberry. HAMUN AVE.. 1422-Newly furnuh-

Loan Office 27 Dress and sport shirts in all sizes. I I $99.95. special sale $89 95. Easy ,, FURNITURE-Chaise-lounge: down Ptrk tions Vulcan r.naes 1 Unlnn.ldlh.ashe. "Wonder" II ple.e set. 2-2221. i I apartment rooms by season. In-
West Church Street. 1: Pnrcell's. 301 W. Church St. i terms. Perdue Radio Sales & S.nle.: cushioned: rose velvet cover; HAIL BOXES-Rural: 1250up" City. 20 cu. reach-in t75c.. Knox Stores Co.. 25 E. Pine. AZALEA SALE-Also Belgian azaleas, i quire 1414 Hamlln Ave.
\ SHOT 221 N. Main; 2-3732. French provincial frame 501 E. Jore. fn"era.r. water cooler with glass Phone 2-3163 25e to SOc. camellas. 35e up. 1341
HAIR electric waffle Irons. i GU SHEI0" discount : 35e up. Smyth Lumber Co. N Or- KOHL 912-2 room, bath apt fur-
single.R .E. four sizes: electric 1 on Ibeli. 20's. 16's SHEEs199 Type 128. S2.' 42- FLOOR RUNNER-Uie, rubberT ITe angean d Railroad fl.r. equipment cu. ft .ommercll frfzerTi WSHIS MACHIE-Ne. Gn.rl- Harmon- Ate.. Winter Park. I nished $6O mo. unfurnished $4>

percolators Irons: pressurecookers' and 12's in lla shot. WrieiitaHardware r.s. 140. 69c. R F. I lin. ft. Smyth Lumbr Co.. N. Orange MODEL RAILROAD. H. O-gauge: or in : b purch.ed Call 5 C.l 41 AFRICAN VIOLETS Pansy plant.and I mo. Sunday all day.

: mlsrl: bathroom and Sporting Goods, 127 E Leedy Co.. Winter Park. and . car and accessor-i ales 428 N. Orence rat. umt.see thisequipment nue Rosey Morn border petunia NEW DUPLEX APT -3 rooms m"d-

household scales; trait liquidizers; I Gore; Ph. 8035. _ _ j I VACUUM CLEANER-"Royal". Com- t Ieomotve.: .11 el.trlc kit trains. Southlandst.bby Modern Appl.nes Inc. WATE HEATERS Electric. 6 to- plants. Peggy Jo's Gsrden. 2319 North i era kitchen private bath, sear'::50

llsbes. Wilson Leonard Hardware TIGitINDERS Electric tool plete with kit of all attachments. I Shop. 217 N Maln8pll. RUcsiX: : French ? ; round. 40 gaL table fop' Orange; Ave. Phone 2-1727. _ blinds, spacious closets, adults or -'

311 S. Orange Blossom Trail. I grinders double wheel bench type !i Assortment of Ilel Prcel'.301 W fNIRE FOR SALE-S-piece w.l.I 1- ME i 3-2731. 1 Wilton Ph. WuUnohous. Gas. city and bottle CAMELLIA COLLECTION 500 No pets. Seasonal. $125 month year y
OSIERYMunsmgwear". hole'' $14 95. Also hand grinder $7.45 and Church St. I bedroom suite with "CE-CABINEsS.50- and 30 gal Walter J. Wilcox Service -'' shrubs. 50 varieties. (8 are nnamed). to May $100. May to No,. (75 Fh

proof. Prcel'.301 West Church I up. Knox Store Co.. 25 E. Pine. Phone I XMAS TREE Light selec-- I i boxed springs and new inner spring Lumber. Co ._N_Orange and Railroad. I ROOF COATING-.Protect your roffor i( and Sales Since 1936. "The Mol Call 2-1404 for details. 9231.__ _ _ -

ttreet. I 2-3163. ton and bulbso color extra I i i i mattress was $125-now $10O a real 5fOVIEROJECTOR-8 mm. 750 the At winter.: .$2 SO for a 5.alr.n. for Your Money A..n. 61 E Rob CAMELLIAS-Belgian azaleas. Shrubs PARK LAKE VIEW-New Urg ar,

IRONERS-Thor Automagic Gladlron. I TOL- Hammers hathft. saws tree bulbs to fit your empty strings. i I' bargain: """, piano and benchI watt Keystone like new. can dem- G.ddfn'l.RADOPHONORAPH inson. to beautify your home. Musselwhlte 2 bedrooms tile bath, shower v e

Give her a glad Christmas with a Intl. wrenches .. and Good Bl.clol of tricycles scooters. i'I !1125; 2-piece over stuffed living romsute. onstrate. General Electric Combmlton WHIZZER BIKE Sacnfice. 3 months Nurseries HE. Princeton. tlan blinds oak floors new k.- ''
Thor Gladlron. A for yourgrandest useful tool Items. Knox $49 50; table model battery exposure old. equipment
beautifully furnishrd
: I 1 bl"7ce. and other toys Now I; meter. See Sunday or later. Cady. 308 Owner dlfd. BI'. Radio 417 ORANGE. Grapefruit. Lemon. Lime. ,, $ ')
girl to m enI.her Ironing Stores Co- 25 E. Pine. Phone 2-3163. rdu"ed W- for Wrl"ht.sH.rd.ae I I radio with new battery. $35: Simmons E Spruce. i lawn mower; 2 matching table lamps: WCentralj2-0879 tangelo kumquat. persimmons. 'I per mo., seasonal. Ill N. Iva.r..H;
days easier. Walter WlcoK. Inc.. ce.rnce 127 E. baby bed. complete with mattress. - table top metal utility cabinet: Indi- ; I[ Blvd.
Service and Sales since 61 8.Robinson. Gore Ph / Sprlll Gos. $27 50; 50 lb. capacity ice MOTORALA-Automatic record playerill vldual will sell at sacnfice. Call WHIZZER BIKE Heavy duty pear fig. pecan trees grapes shad
b. Nebraska ROCK LAKE
across fromPoat Office. 803 $17 50: 2-bnrner new table top cabinet; SIS. Call before 2 Winter Park 747 MX.REFRIGERATORGas.. Sh"ln. Bendix Ilhtla. Used less trees shrubbery. Mills to : I COTTAGES-Ki'chn
conk stove. $10.95; 3-bnrner oil stove. 6575 p.m I Ih.1 days Rnblnll'l Music Co.. then 1 mile east to Pool's Nursery.PtrE'ITIAS I ette apartments Day or week 344

KITCHEN HELPERS "Dazey" line : new single size small 11 Or.np Ave. a m and for Xmas: new supply[ i N Orange Blossom Trail.WINTERPARKNearcollege.
ovens. $3 75; bt.een 1
Can openers kDe sharpeners; [ 5 MIXING BOWL SET-Set- of fourbo.l. stove. Magic Chef oven control: gas 4pjrn. L. N. Mills.
l S top gas stove like new. $75; In pots. Earl JOnes 1613 f.r
also be for
fruit crushers etc. can used blktnl. water heater and tank. 1118 Hillcrest.
._ '
Knox eKtactor 25 Pine. Phone table top stove good eondi- 102 W I Eusu. Fl. WALL BOARDS ', in. Insulation. ROSE BUSHES-World'e best. Hints fished: newly decorated. 'u'a-i
2-3163.Sore Co. E bargain. $125: wood heaters a
o selection from $1 up: -5-burner RFIGERTOR7 ft.. Coldspot. board. Available at Mis ed catalog. McClung Bros. Rose Nurs WINTER PARK-920 S. Orlanrir, Avg
LINGERIE Large assortment of ACCORDIONS.-Imported 01 range 137.5 9-plece WATERPROOF PLYWOOD '|' 1045 Kentucky WASHING MACHINE-Thor cry Tyler. Texas 1 bedroom bath kltcben-ci'.E ".
gowns, slips Attractivedesigns. Pnt.lD dining for your new boat. Beauti- Winter Park. .rlnar
'paJma. 12 and 120 Bass. rom .ule. like super agitator washer, Petunias, utilities furnished: furnace: $85 rr 3
Heran' ful ? SNAP DRAGONS- phlox.
and durable. Also
Church St. Laa ... $225: 8V. ft. X ft. perfect for panellneHllis&Ptebrasta. equippdwitb
Office. 27 West Church St. A'h Su1.l.: 'PRESTO" PRESSURE COOKERSAlso ; maple ehest-of-d r __ I
gloves | J r s automatic. 12 record player. 201Oglethorpe rinse: 9 Ib SOc nent. Ground
CHRISTMAS I > dos. Giant pansy plants. per floor: close-In.
Cr per bJ
.Is-uat "Echo's H. H. ley GI8Rdl _. tnt racquets. j i SO: 5-pieee breakfast set. $22.50: MIRACLE ADHESIVE new I I"Wonder Ave._ _ _ clogging motor driven pump runlonly nOl dox. At E. Colonial and Ferncreek.turn i| and stores 1239 Minnesota Ate
Parrish hardware 220 Orange soft balls: Jr Thurmond Furniture Co.. 72 W adhesive for many usl REFLEX 5 when required Price $129 east 3'
8 with F 4. 50 Ave.
Electric blankets and i north to Canton
Ave. Phone 2-184. heating pads; electric comfor" I Imakers | Bumby fleooard cues; St. Phone 4070. Tbs. Pine. 6. Knox Stor. .. II lens "Is. fIe "ondlton 16.1 1 Walter J Wtlz. Service and Sales block No sale on Sundays. Harper's ,, with nice living apt.SMALL for lease bus.r.c en i
IOD tofee 102 W. Church St. i iI 2-3163.
H.rd.are. I since 1936.
SLACK SUITS DeLuxe cleaner Robinson Canton.
-A very large Bl.tll : Juice-0-Mal Vacuum complete .Itb e.E across Nursery.J912j. I j A. E. Smith, Mth and Orange B. J
in many attractive p.ter. 1 cookers: flashlights; and heating BASKETBALLS. Footballs. Volley- MASON LEA few only. 48-inch sttarhments 125. Silver coffee. tea from Post DOUBLE PETUNIAS Nasturtiums. I soul Trail.
44 sizes. PurceU's. 301 Chur.h \ folding travel irons. b.ll. H. H Parrish Hardware. 220S. i FURNITURE ODDS AND ENDS.We've aiumilum Knox Stores Co.. 9 Pieces antique $20. Cambria WATER PUMPS-Shallow well j geraniums eyclemans:
I moved 25 pump pansies i APT. for 1 person, lady or gentle-
SIMMONS ELECTRONIC Xmas package: vacuum cleaners and e A\f. Phone 2-1841 neat door and these Pne. Phone 2-3163. Ave WinterGardenRd Orlo Vista. and deep well Jet electric I many others 1613 N. Mills. Earl n
BI.aket. close In. With
puml ;|
articles must Priced or without _
Complete stock now .. .Ietl beaters. Walter J. Wilcox. C14U.DRENS-Electric pbonOraph.I I,. Many useful so.articles. to Jenkins sell quirkt Fur- and 18 by kn. alto I Inch RANGE=Electric Hotpoint. baruiD Bumby Hardware. 102 W Church St Jones Nursery._ .__ 35 8 MainS 'nti.u.

Immediate delivery. PurceU's. 301 W. and Sales Since 1936. The Several models $9.95. nlture Exchange. 229 Boone electric I'. Ph. 2-4740._ I 1722 Hammerln Ave. off K. NebrasREFRIGERATORGas WOOD STOVE Cast iron good con- i DECEMBER SPECIALS-Fruit trees, ROOMS

Church St. Most for Your Money Always." 61 S22 95. $1 down and S weekly. Ass NAILS-B. 10 16. 20 common nails. ka._ __ ___ __ i: dition. Baby carriage Seen at peaches plums, and Pears also new home.furnished apartm rIn

TEA SETS-Beautiful 2-p1K sets.In E. Robinson.FRUIT ciated Stores. 143 Orange A.e FURS twice.-Double$60. C "be fox furs. Worn j i Can be bought at 33 West GrantSt..plionp : Brel. spt.1 305MalIoyAve. Orange Via.WiPMPWateiSntm.. J Jacaranda. Lake Berry Nursery S2S' I|i month. 21 E. Evans Adults Ave.only $123 per
Phone at 1707 I
blue and gold yellow and BAK for shipping 530.CASTER seen : 2-2957 I j size $199.50; large oil 'S. Lakemont. Winter Park. -
frut Asher St. -
,lid. Bumby Hardware 102 W. Bushel bushel Shp WAGONS "Sav-Way" OVENS for oil stoves. Stock includes ',I j heater. $75. both used 3 weeks. 1738 Pipe I \ ? AVAILABLE JAN. 1-Nicely r f

Church St. standard containers and save on express I Pnr The finest coaster wagon. FIELD FENCE-Screen wire. screen one and two-burner. tY. Bumby |i Charles St. 1 block Northeast of Kaley & Supply Co..s:3g.W. Church: 6118. 39. Livestock and Supplies !i! couple nished or apt.3 adults.Win Season accomrr,: '
DISPLAY charges. 222 W. Central 1 duty construction steel roller doors celloglass. Stop at Mills & 102 School. $ jj
of beautiful handbags Uadwae. W. '
woven Had.ar. Cbu"h. BASKETS col- 'Boa 319. SStar.FURNISHED .
Nebraska.FURNITURE _
large tires. Wr tools
ride plow
Various styles and colors. barlna. Bml-pneum.tc 'REFRIGERATOR Electric: electric i MORSE-Work or
ORIENTAL RUG New - white enamel in
Ill J- *"- ROSARIES I Only $14 95. Bum- FURNITURE bluUful. i harness. Wyman. Pennsylvania APT.-Utilities fum i ied.
Must and
'o -Ideal for | .al enamf1 sewing machine: combinationradIoShinto
b 12x14. several
"onfrmatOI. Phone sizes and Bumb7Had..re.
designs .
by W. Church St. 1.0. 342. i no children Call 1
11 50 ..Iup fo 13.5. Heraa' ; i> sold this week. aU new; going Bickel. Fla.oIiiRCT.7LA'rINo . ; Uke new; rugs. 610 W. Grand 102 W Church St. Ave Altamonte J-284S. o'clock Ph
27 Office. St. AND DESK SETS wagons : : ]HOGS-PIGS for sale or trade for good .
out: purchased for apts which recent- HEATERS-Car- WOOD LEVELS-Hark saws; carpen-
metal Pur- i Patterson. Forest
rok.r.301 W JII rker.. ly sold unfurnished: never used: con- > load of 'Monogram" oil circulating I RANGE.s cast Iron wood heater ten hammers: rip saws. Smyth milk cow. ,46. Houses for Rent
s_ : tel'l. listing of 4 beautiful overstuff 2 and 'heaters Just arrived. Get yours while I .th new electric t.ster. Lumbr Co.. N Orange and Railroad. |City Rd. ______ !I .
DOLI..S.-I;isgic Skin" and "Hors- 3 they Bumby Hardware. 102 W use door and window 'HORSES-2 work or ride pigs, reds
: piece living room suites. 3 bedroom 1.t |i 2j WASHING MACHINES | j BAY RUN. 3O8-Furnished. 5 ro;-'
( .far fcemr man Also doll carriages. H. H. and other artciles. Must E.S Spt. jo weeks' old. Call week days.
lute. 1 extra high grade. 4 diner, {b The greatest Easy i and bath Also carage $125 psi
Parrish Hardware 220 S. Monday. Winter Garden Rd to drer. Hansel. 1 mile south of Curryford Rd.
Orau. suites all different kinds ,month. Available about
; 2 overstuff I OVEN Large General a full week's wash Dec 203
An Phone ROAST ]Merrymont turn left 2 blocks turn ] .
AT a.-" -i.IES--'Give something that _2-184. lounge chairs. 1 large new cedar El.rrlc '417. 1630 8. Orange i right first house. Ph.go 5749. ;ie len h ;hour. Es, features i: on south_Goldenrod_Rd.pIQBREEDERS.Ws ] ,doors from Clay St. and bus *r, ye

can use for aU 12 months ELCIC TRAINS "Lionel". Now chest; several unfinished chest of ,OUTBOARD MOTOR New Mercury i yon should saves washing time., ' have a few t j COTTAGE 3-room and bath f ,T-
Gltddens. at Bumby Had.ae. drawers; occasional chairs unfinished 10 h p 5 hours. take |I ]RERIGEATOR-No.. H"tPiDt. i better ..tfr rmo..I. easier rinsing., ; :, more fine OIC cross boars left at nished or unfurnished. 6ncer'g

A HOBBY SHOP Wood or metalworking AQUARIUM AND FISH--Make your 102 West_Church Street.- kitchen chairs: several Mexican rushbottom discount RUI new price W1 OrI I WlterPlrk quicker drying, speedier, easier IronI I$15__Leonard Frank. Lockhart. Fla. j Store. Lockhart

Delta. Walker-Turner and BleUol now A deposit holds any ROLLER SKATES-Ball b.rln"Union' ; by ch.lr 2 unfinished comer }*na and. 'I ] 218-M _ _ i ing no wringer wrinkles to slow uo ;RABBITS-New Zealand white. Thor- j
Bouthbend tools the best. Irt.'e' till Christmas Harry Coster. H H Parrish cabinets: cupboard; night taI Trns.t C. Or.n"f W.br 1 j 1tANGES.-.Elettric. 5 popular trade ironing no brokf1 buttons to mend.> ouihbred. assortments. Hutches if
are Harry Hadsae. (CLOSE IN Private home
P. Leu. Inc.. W. Tel Rdl."o Dr. Winter Park 220 S Orange Ave Phone 2-184. I bles; end tables; writing desks: forand OUTBOARlFMOTOR-Evlnrude 5 > : I mal from $189.95 to $339.95. G.s.tt7 'automatic timer automatic overbid ,desired. Low prices. 232 Magnolia; ; 4268'DOWNTOWN
9891.BOATS. 10 Lvl.stol BLANKETS "Cannon-Leaksvllle SKATESr table limps 1 large "ln1S Fisherman. Good condition .:6 i waist high broiler. 1 switchaluminum gear new
btte. 7205.
For double bed. Assorted colors I' KISCmlstn pressure cooker; oil Nesc 641 Orange Ave Winter j ]lok-II dor. Walter J. | i Inohu aluminum tub. tas.exclusive _._ -Large, twin beds, 13-

-Row $80 up. Correct C.f. PreU'.. 301 W. Church St. I j Office.and Microscope 27 W. Church.ts. St Hemal's L.D I b..te 3 parlor .o heaters; wl OIL HEATERS-"Allen" P.-k. t ?? i )Service o.el S.I. Since 1936 W'kO.'j < washing action. W.ltf 3.Wilcox 'SHETLAND PONY cart and saddle. I I nersprings gas bat; aenu-barn
Inc Pine Castle. 4 I I"find. Gentle with children. Can be seenliv
Telephone sell by piece or Will {
L BEDSPRZADS.-Bates. Double and I II I heaters. Small shipment Just reI I ;Most for Your Money Awlu. 11 E Services and Sales since 1936. 3.30 and 5. private entrance: between 8. Man
BILLFOLDS-Leather Values up to single sizes. Assorted colors and' I I to your door. Can at 1119 S Mills St. Knox Stores Co.. 25 E Pne. I Robinson Ave. | '61 E. Robinson across from Pot : igtennatioB between call 3813 Apopka. I and Rosalind: working people pre-

S3.SO. now $1. Final clearanceHerman's 1 patterns. .. 301 W. Church TOYS-TRICYCLES Tricycles frm I FUR COAT Natura Siberian ilr- Phone 2-311 1 RADIOS Compare the music of a !' !ot rice. For ferred. 123 McKee St _ _
Loan Office. 27 W. Church i I PrD' a' 19 95 to $24 95. aU sizes Juniorbikes. ri like u. Box 214, OH. toy band HEATER.-0i1. 'SHOW HORSE-Five salted Gelding; LIVINGSTON AVE. 725 E
CARD Household I $37 SO. for I PI- HEATER burner. Cheap. with that of a SymphonyOrchestra. WATR 30 sal tank: M-xi--n
TAL scales: I' boys and girls. Visit mouth. Fla.FLOOR 35 i well trained: priced right; Ph.
\ the I good nicely furnished home. Will
i Alpine Dr.
el.tnc ; electric floor our toyland. Msrick's Furniture 483 | : Malt.nd.OVrHAD IUke comp.rnl eldtOI P. 2-1552 2-3322.
CANOES-Old Town 11 ft. to 18 ft. ; pnol.tor sets thennom- '' N. Orange COVERING -Congo-wall Soc1'' tone of a rdio with '; '909 20th St.WASHINGUACHINE. ;2-3007 or 2 to 4 persons. Monthly or
I jlamp. : Ave. Phone 2-1173.
.(e malfr ,
Immediate delivery Correct C.fLc. I eten 102 W. I per lineal foot printed J1lem'' GARGEDRAlum j- that of the out- f-tberdln.n. new. I Easy Spin- WANTED TO BUY-Livestock, Beef. seasonal. Ph 9758

Pine Castle. Phone 2-2465. St.'DECRATVE. : H.rd..r. ,: TWIRLING and used 98c e yard bro.dfel. At GlddD ware only $27 .oel.. Lumber Co. Impro.e: rdIo. Listen drier. Excellent condition.- Reasonable veal and hog. Best price paid Call LAKE FRONT-2 bedroom fumish>4

CAMP STOVES Coleman lantern i- SILHOUETTES Many musical BATNSNe. FRUIT SHIPPING BASKETS New: N Orange and Rar..d.OUARDMOTRNew. buy a Westinghouse- Waiter 224 Ridgewood AnwEIoIJ 2.4838. home. S85O for season. Telepto

fishing tackle ammunitionH. df lan. of aluminum. finish- I' toys Yelton trm.nts.Music h.ronkal.musl.al 218 bushel and H bushel Amco Feed h- .J. Wilcox Service / Sales In"f' 'GAITED bay gelding cow pony 4505 for information
3 193
P. '-
Parrish Hardware, 220 S ed .. 51 95 Numbers to match || Rolmd. phone 7583. Hol. Store. 30 West Robinson. Phone >Trailer 61 E. Robinson. volt ompl@tn smooth riding, gentle and fast. See MALTRY AVE 1014-Off Cbenev f.

Orange Ave. Phone 2-184 extra. Knox Stores Co.. 25 E. Pine. TOYS Erector 5663. Park. 3. Orange. Blossom Trail RABBI- Feeders and drinking heavy i duty Reao. mounted on V-8 at 11 W. MUler. Orlando. way 4 room bungalow partly fur- j
ELECTRIC RAZORS Sunbeam. | Phone 2-3163 _ b -.t. S.COD. trc7.If. -; I:: FISHING TACKLE Headquarters. OUTSIDE HOUSE PATNT-53 25 gal..1 1 I' Phone Knox Stores Co 25 E. Pine, chassis with rebuilt V-8 motor. with I nished. lake front. Phone 2-O630 '
2-3163. and
>: 40. Pet Stock Supplies
Bchlck. Remington and Packard j I EECIC BROILERS and grill rom- flshlhts. Bumby Hardware. 102 "Sakepae" and "Pflueger" reels; 1 coat oil paint cover over IRADIOllv.none i governor. Used leas than 10 hours. ORWIN MANOR-Nicely fnrnisho-j 3-

Pay $1 down and 1.ekl. Assoclat'ied I set; card tables and sets: Chur.h StTRICYCLES. I "Heddo Pal" r. .Idml_. fat paper etc $3 75 per console: like new. i Offered at substantial discount from bedroom house. For S mot-is
Stores 143 N Av. Phone 3-burner portable oil stoves; winter Nylon silk. linen lines. Hera' ". Southern Paint k Glass Co.. 200 Alo partf record JI.vpr Itachmflt I tort See Berman J. Hull. Oakland BOSTON BULLS-2 beautiful males.ARC Phone 20483SEASONAL
WAGONS. recistered. 1 yr. old. May be
Office. 27 W '
shades. 34 to 64-inch width Plator I L.1 Church. W : Fla.
530. Church. Ph 32M "nl _
eletr rk., deb. breakfast j seen at 1600 N. Orange Ave. RENTAL Close In 3-
FISHING TACKLE-A selection stove. 2-barner. 8-war heat but carriages Orlando Bt.. I FRUITJUICERS-"Dazey" line. Al- OIL HEATER REI ATORrel.8ft. We have Just _, bedroom home completely furrier.$14)00 / --
ao ln 141 : xausker. Can at G WAT HATS I : !
cabinet. Ideal for trailers Frtue 15 BOARD YOUR DOG at Crickets Acre I
rods reels artificial and other and I so many other types all at pops rtndltln of table- !
.mal 615 W Church ; 119 East Colonial Monday TfI lhonl 2-112 Ja. Iblpent ; I for season or can be rer.l
miscellaneous Items. Knox apartments. 2-burner gasoline hr 103 W at 1105 Br top. .ten. I KenneL Longwood. Fig. A home i
St VIOLIN Prce Bumb Hlrdw.r :; a m. between 9 and 12. II.s ..tr A Dalmatlon at I year 'round $125 month with jstsntlal ->-
electric hot Hand home. stea.
AND from
Co 25 E. Pine. Phone plates; Aryln mettl BWsi. STUDIO upright heaters up 80 .. ; sway : psyment. Call Mr. Klotz
2-318. .
I rockers and chairs; hot water heaters. |, made. Ex lncUoa. Telephone r PIANO-Upright Medium .Ize. Telephone CUC-Recntl ulboltuPh. Bumby Hsrdwar*. 102 W. Church COCKER PUPPY-Black male pedl- wr.i
HUNTING VESTS and supplies; gasoline --], GAS size. $30. Stlmpson-Staton. Metcalf Bide.. PIllS
Coleman and "Florence". woodranges | 2-4274 for STOVEAparmeat 2-2539 or U35 007 ,
i 194O Miller Ave. Winter Park: j
812 gree. 5159.
sleeping bags
lanterns; ; campcots SEWING
In an 24-inch MACHINE-Smrer WAT SYSTomplet ltk
Irul.i i metal. S2 50 Also f1.trrrollf. between Clay and Formosa. i
tackle boxes fishing rods and sle ( W.oGNSAI up. _
; : mirror choice $3 1 I FUR COAT-Northern back muskrat like new-$125: far F.r :
reels "Everyreadyflashlights: life length door mirr deslaa walnut; mahogany 22OS OrangeAve H Fairish Phon"Hard.are.21841.'WHIi In very good tOldlUoD Will sacrifice. .; PLY HOUSE Ph 2- 5. luKer $15: Schick Shaver $8: lavatory ,: )"blne .. 430 W. Robinson Ave.ut CANARY FOR SALE Sln er; S8; j SEASONAL RENTAL-Beautifully fur. ,

preservers tuslonl kapok fIed.Bumb7 ,, e(maple frame. $4 50. oth | Ph. 2-24. with trim $15: paint spray < WASHING MACHINES -For Mrs. O. G. Boud. Main St.. Oak- i niched 2-bedroozn bungalow :n exclusive
Hard.lr. W. Cbulb . j I I up to S39 5: dinette suite flnll-.'i I GF rfl I GOLPCLUBS-Lelt 2 PIANO' -Used; ready for immediate fit $40 1320 Woodland Ave.. Lancaster -i ate delivery See at Ie- :j land. Fla._:___ I section: living room Citing

JACKETS Leather. wool xelan. AU I from 13.5. PurcelTs 31 il I 4 good b.nde .ol; use without_repaIrs. Pb. Ernest Park. and Service Company 608 North >CHIHUAHUAS!: -Nice seleetio lovely room: aU electric kitchen screen d
Shaheen. .
aim and & '.301 West Church view$3.95.mirror S2 50. twlt-r clto i'N. Ion" toadton. 11 h i 2-1 after : pm. STOVE'-'Console type wood burer.Pere I .Avenue. Pbone 2-O959- pups: 3 miles from APopka Winter porch A den: tile bath. Adults c-'.,,
Church slt.UGHR POPCORN Bndl i j PIANO-Upright used piano. Case not I at 332 i WATCHES Unredeemed and new I Garden Road Page $1500.00 for season. Phone Mrs. Heo
DCIC PPE generator sets complete with GL 3 I much good but action and cnd'ton S Ape son 2-2255 or 81O8.
CUMcreor's tone ex- j
Ba- yos Pre Xmas Seven weeks'
"Ronson. "Zippo". 11. b.l. H PribH.rw.r. beam headlights SIS 95. Whizzer I cellent. For Strfft. i sale all drastically rednced COCKER PUPPIES- old
quick sale No -
-o.n. ''..n- Herman L. 22O Ave tor Sales. 6O2 N. Orange Ave. Phone Mo I' tae only Thursday. December IS. 332 phone $ 9.5. N.Orense SHOTISRff new and used to snake room for new line. One buff male 7 months. Merdwood I IKennels.
.aD.Alate Sto. 13 All Herman's West First St. Sanford. WASHiNGTON ST ,
Ofk. 2 West Church St -114r 2-4S87. I ._ i r.dl. S125 UP: au.r.at. L.1 O.fl"f. 1411 ETo,
all blry- St. SPASIEL PUPPIES new twin beds. Innersprings h
= wlt"hfs. m.k. 10. Cur"h COCKER -2 male 'at
j GUN 20
-*- I I' ideal Christmas gauge Winchester pump; PIANO-New light mlhonn7t.r i ,1f1 and trlcyclev: musical mstn- MAPLE Trestle table. $50. ACE registered $35 Will hold until| adjoining bath porch. Garage.

AjA T' j j tAJ r- I sacrifice; present; like Dew: I spinet.. Used only 5 mnt Reasenable. men's. MacKoy's P.s Shop. 404 VT WHEY cupboard. $30. Prewar.Ph Christmas if desired. Ph. Winter

2-92 Telephone 2- Church St Ph 9750. Winter Park. 56 ) Park. 131S-R. I' Continued On Next Pare]



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COUPLE high class efficiency COLLEGE PARK SECTION New COLLEGE PARK Complelel furnished :, DR. PHILLIPS (near) 2-bedroom HIGH SCHOOL SECTION-Beautiful'LK ON HOMs large bed- MINOR etnroN FI-

. WAN per month. Box < cement over I new home ch.r in1 1 frame house: large lot. $ 60O.
46. Houses for Rent f 313 110 2 bedroom en"IIk'r' cMvtduallty all blend perfectly in thi, cash. Mr. Coleman with C. B. Davis New style I 3-bedroom frame bnnga-I some painting. Citrus and bade trees ,.- condition with a three room concrete
S-Sta. _ _ _ _ _ ::
dinette full tile bath. 41 W. Washington; 7305. low. Well built. Good Large
S room masonry home. 1 car garage. R.ltor. "ondIUon 5 miles from town. 10.0. Chenauit block garage apartment together with

WINTER PARK home famished enlarge i HOUSE-2 bdrom. furnlhP or' $2.050 cash approximately $45 I Ion breefew ar. corner lot See Art Ridge DUPLEX-Furnished. Desirable lo- 2-car garage with furnished apartment ft Jeilningslrir 672 Oryae: 7234. extra lot on which to build smoker __ _
lake Combination living and total price of B. P. down 2-bedroom apartment up. '
"furnl.h.d. .r le. 1.50. associate of Everett WeU. Broker. cation. Herman Goodwin house Near Bus line-Price 112.500
dining room. 2 bedrooms. 2 b.t.<, Permanent family of 3 adults $50 Boland. Realtor. C.r'l.n Bldl. 612' 1204 E Colonial: Inc 677 110.0.. .. 9855. $170 month Income besides home LAKE KILRNlYN.a New 2-bed- w.th one-half cash See Mr Folsom SI. Ileosse's Inc she

kitchen and large porch. To to $' mo. year around. Ph Winter N. Orange; ph 2-4551. 122. terms Exclusive with Bucket- room Ira. Kltch.n for electrie Horrid Shepherd Realty Co. PhoneORl.O

for ..ln $1050. Phone Mrs. Jackton. Park. 1103. ' I I DUPLX-o"-. Eat .. InI I] O'Neal. R..lor 118 E Robinson. r.n e $7 SOO unfurnished. le. 5124 'BCBL'BBAN-N.w -
COLLEGE PARK-It you can do with thin cash Cheniult & Jennings. I
2-4551. I about and bath I dfor ;Ots. 8JSOO. let 5'- I
Small unfurnished _ _ _ _
I 1 bpdrom. don't miss this little CLNlLTOWN- I owner Price 512.500-Terms A. I Inc 672 N Orange. 7334. VISTA-2nd BOVM ea Vus BaI I j i iran once $4P month ' :
WINER PARK and Dubsdread. Seaj j January 1st. Refne.& prm.n"nt'bu.n. block house close to Edgewater Dr. | T. Davis. Broker. 33 S. Main. Phone KALEY SCHOOL SECTION Bunga- | .: Av> PmaQ house and 3 tots.. /A T. Opener B'-,-

rentals. 2 and 3bdroonbomrs i .. couple; Large living room with dinette andattrartlve This beautiful fr.m.2 bedroom b"m. 3-1:4. I low. InmiFhed: living room dining; i LANCASTER PARK SECTIO!*-II yOU 150x150 $1 3BO rash WUcier. ,
completely I furnished. $12OO I I 301 st.r.HOUSELc.1._ steel ca&emnnt winnows; i is conveniently located in Colonl.1 room 2 bedrooms kitchen .I.ctl StYBOBBAR-i.ar;- I II
8T.- frame" of .a'
DELANEY 3-bedroom want possession -
to $? for Edwina C.'Djke ; business man desires tile bath. Venetian blinds and heaters town It has a large h.ln. rom.dlnnl raneas d refngerator. nice Immfl.t. I|I house "on spar
.. :. furnished with excellent terms.Wsiler bath and beau prewar like A.b.to. rof. front unusually attractive n. 2 bedroombungalow. ORANGE MEMORIAL 6ECTIOW-Will i Large room', in"place
R Ph Winter Park. 573 or modern; : go at only $7500 room modern : pr.h. .a.. rrl nice lawn
bdrom. street nice yard this It many In- nell at best STIrS ton S war window
aellbbr- In : story i
Realtor .
In P.vt 1
441-W with floors and line
mo : Lovely on near
_ --__ yearly CI.s .o Ru.toae. ktcb"n. h.rd.td Only $9750 with Weir triauuig features which you will like.PrIce 4 bedroom frame fcvpreag eidiogtnOte. I breakfast r"ok. 1--
Box 279 2-2532 or t tastefully decorated I- ho t.rmL stores and school Special price for
location JZ-4509 __ ,
6 RoOM block houoe pertly fur1shed. nr.r.n.. i I- attached Lot 60* 140' Srt.m. 628 E_ Pine; 464t. i immediate, sale 56.500 terms. Sam 1 $14 7545 00 Terms. To Inspect. | 1', baths furnished Or will i staked 2-car ga > -
UtilitIes furnIshed. $ md.i HOUSED: unfurnished 3 bedrooms. For COLLEGE PARK-A good buy at car garage. 1 DUBSDREAD city Johnson Co 20* S Main Call Zrlma Henson with Msrtle Wll- trade for 2 bedroom home East ef i city water sidews -
nicely landscaped.
nut children welcome. Lease S mont i iRl I permanent residents. Call A. .89 with excellent terma. Com- ,,' 110.50.II' Ished except bath 'uii.fn 4 I i Ilamv Realtor. 21 West Washington Orange or Colonial section ; I II bus line Price 5' -

4 Box 164-A. _._ ____ ( Ferguson 9752. 1; t furnished 2 bedroom home I HARLOW 0. FREDRICK 118 N. room house price $2620..t : terms. I| i I Street. Phone 8109. I I I! 1 'terms to right par
by working 1 hardwood floors thruout. newly decorated II' Pbowner4360 I Shine St.. frame runsaJow. owner I Ileoving. {I i Cisco. Realtor. R>r .
NEW 2-bedroom home to lease for 6 HOUSE-Unfurlh.d. i 1 I Orange Ave. Dial 8188."Ifa _ _ KENTUCKY AVE 1992 Winter ParkA i'
,i couple: will pay up $60 per 10, inside and out Conveniently lo1 = LAKE :=:2 1korn extra well furalikteel: i iS9.0W cade. 7463
months with option to purb.s. Ph. 8106. Mr. Park. 1 cated to schools buses etc. Immediate DULEX North..t. Upper 5 rnm. lake POLASEO from school and ). 'soCTHWaWt-I -. .
|' I to Live Orlando. furnIshed. elertrlc hitch- |
$300 deposit. $ ,0 S.mml. >i Zussman with Clyde Mc- Gr.t t well built 1-story home with 2 bedrooms .
mont. occupancy
3 large
Francisco. Realtor. Central'i UNFURNISHED "HOUSE-Minimum 3 en. lower 4 rooms bath and sleeping porch. There stores. bdr.m. la.. l"In. low. furnished -
Kenxie. 104 W. Central Ave : 24775.CLOSE 1 I Yn.U'n I dining Small homes trots 11.MM wp AH
Phone bedrooms; In or around Orlando unfurnished lOOxlOO corner lot. rtm. rom. stove washing ma'- -
Ar.-ane; 7407. J also a living room with fireplace motrn prices sod locatleas naclwd
1 employe tr.n.rundher. II I.ra garage Price S13OOO t.rm.. E i sawer- ;elevated tot two b .1 ', I
by government bungalow Price. 10500. Weir System 628 E. .lh
IS 5 room and
NICELY FURNISHED 2-bedroom home.Telephone preh..1 I rom S Burnett. Broker. 37 Phone fir* lake treat: near town for $30 ,
; permanent rental: ph 2433 col- artistically furnished. In Near the : P.ne4i. large kitchen. The house A-I M.ln som Trail 85 OP" 5
5743: for further Inlor- CENTRAL- AVE EAST ,_ _ _ _ ._ II 23063.LOR4A. ooo ; Broker. 6 n :
I.rt M.rh.l COllin Haines City. repair mm :: SOO.'a I I beautiful Diction Aisle Park. DUPLEX-Lakeview. A real buy this "ondllon lust painted in and out E F eiarton. ReaHer. 39 E Ptaw. phONE Henry.
m.ton. ._ ' cash tear"r''k.2' 506 block stucco of new duplex with full ..nd.d. A well shaded lot 6SM. ; P* 6545-
bun..lo. for
m.lnq tie
NEW unfurnished 2-bedroom house i Con"rt .:: .
I W A TD2 bedroom wel'fualh.d Highland_ 1 five room so arranged that three bath tile kitchen drains and .. with IPn.1 fruit u.. on paved I SOUTHEAST I" ,
part of duplex unit. Please Irisphone I .
i I Com- street convenIent to city and school DOONE SUBDIVISION frame. 2 bwth--
hous. $200 5 bedrooms could be provided. Oil circulating heater Venetian blinds. ROOM HOtTSB cm WtBter FwrkOrledn
3.169.___ __ ISEASNAL i S-Star COLlIALTWN. N..r rom. ', plle'ely furnished for only nrhestaa nd table buses 17 250 .Ir.dy fn.n..d. : venetian blinds -
I elin.
on nice 75' 11.0 < 1 1600 and Road. 1 mile! Fast of Winter , '
blocks from I W..t "asblnlton-- SlLetOP terms. H" -
RENAL3 purest -' J
LJOHHOUSEKEING ROM-In j Price ]M.Nut-Hp.sl"l. all on
bath home asphalt
.. 4-rom duplex completely -' 1950 Phone Thelma Klncald with Robert R. Tyre HARLOW G 118 N. Orange no. Pine.' 4641SUBURBAN5
ahol .Uon heater. .n.u.nbhnd. j: :10. PIDRJC. plumbing aluminum windows. mad for quick sale *730 cash R'o a
Adults .p.c copper J JI
only. $1000 i
Box 1 Realtor. l W Washington. St._ 8174.. |[ Af. buy W K Price, Real Estate. 24K I a<"'
to May 15th. Edwina C. 32. 85t.r. | Out-of-town owner says "S.I. I tile sills two pound layers of roofIng -
Dk. R.I-. j RESIDENT with small See it and make offer. Call I DELANEY ST.-One of the best bungalows i I IKISSIMMEE with 1 tile hot Oranae Ave Ph H3S5 living room ktt-t-- -
Ph Winter Park. 573 or PERMANEN Great Live in Orlando. t.p. ..bln.t. \ -
I' BUhed. t\r
: .I.
, iEASON '' d..lr.3 bedroom home. References 1 Plttman with Stimpson-Staton. W.ti i I tn Orl.ndo. Tile br..U.st water heater. C.rnP lot. $9.50O terms. ]PINE CA8TXE 8 -5 rooms and bath j new '
-3 bedroom completely $80 limit. Ph. 2-01. '| calf Bldg Phone 5159. furnised. clM in. F.nk Crebs. It Lovely 3 bedroom roof. $10.250. Vi cash Roper S2OOO cash bala525O --- P
bu-here is.
2nd mortgage. Phone Owner lace e garage. 195 ft. front
furnished < j
MOVE by 1 need WNIALTOWN.3"drom 2-14. .
MUST ham.
R.lor. :01 Metc.1 ; phone apt or ..D. P.rm.n.nt .ui i!|, Front screen por.h. .aa. 'I I I home completely furnished for only I j Church and Main: 2-3433. -New. modern bungalow. ,1' i well kept grounds with palm trees j Realtor Call Ca-rlgan Nunez o P i -": l is :I,
2-110. pie. 16 months old baby. Limit $50 lot 1 block off Colonial Drive. JustthInk I$10.500. Hardwood floors throughoutElectric j DUBDEA SEcN-II' 2-bed- Large living room sun room. 3 b-d- ___ -_ j 1 ;11 beann citrus trees. 7SOB cash one!. 2-4551.
SEASON RENTAL-Near Dubsdread. kitchen and located on nicely ; rooms dining and kitchen i
Ph 2851REIENT this for only SB.OOO and 1 for rom LAKE FRONT-In the Winter Park1 1 Phone 2-08B8 \ *
3 bedrooma. 2 :: maid'a room _ J furnished too o.r.Dial 6911. Noble SmIth I,' 1 landscaped lot $2500 cash will quick tale. Courtney Realty. 392 N. porches. 2 car garage. oak flrorgthroughout. Maitland section choice 1 story j PINE CASTLESixroom house and VIRGINIA DRIVE -V I

and bath and X : maid avail- 11ble. EMPLOYEE-Board of Real E.t.I. 124 S. Maln. __ I I I h.ndl. Clyde McKenzle BrokP. Orange: 22471.DUBSDREAD V.n.t.n blnd.. Greens home Dn one of the exclusive lakes la small hu e. 2 lots fruit near bus war house cash "- :.-
Rent to May i I. with PHD ; wife regnlar I fuel near the slice easy. posaetMrr
2-4775. gas.
W. Central Ave
| ; I
Adult -I| Tl. this sectIon-I bedrooms, living Both modern mil the
We you 10.1 ,and
| 4 children: prefer sub- : I CHEROKEE PARK- are aure 1 rom.Itb stores
only Robert R. .. 13 nurse: i j i lake homes are being built. :
Realtr. 4-brdroom borne. I Practically concrete block and fi neview of t 1 Is only $63OO See Mrs Mayo j-WINTER GARDEN.i I
lovely I
Washington phone W'I uros within 20 miles Orlando: furnished i j will like this i| new 3 1 Offered for quick sale completely and fnpl.c. I.le. ,price
617. I kitchen tile bath- 8 Oraage. completely farnrikitchen !1-'- tl'
or unfurnished: write J A. of feint" and only C ,bedroom bungalow. Full tiled <' dining I I wItIsWK. Price. I

WORKING COUPU'.i-.har.-I- I Mulrennan. State Board of Health ,..r old. con.tructon. Large romLExc"n.nl i CHEROKEE PARK1940 story I ,large tl.d on reese d prh. bnee..y.2..r See nicely Mr furnished with for 112.0. trm. screened living porch overlookinglake. I =PAR AVE. 114 Z3 bedroom. furnished electric ws'r'o'i' : v.iru-

room Plo ', conditIon and location See home with 3 corner b = and I'- ; garage . tub.. SI..r. .St. la.. .utom.tc oil heater. 10 bungalow: electric TefrUerator. I t tlan blinds all new ; 'ec deli
\ E. Washington
bus_ l-.ce. C.I 7642 ..kln.I. Geo. f Br. Realty Co. 19 E. CenI I bah upstairs; 16 x 24 room ]Lot. 100 x 1: Owner going north. Phone R..lty feet of R..Uy must rest decorate!: over half acre: J Jggrace veIl with elect: I' I
wFRAME BUNGALOW-Unfurnished 51. Houses Sale I IAAIR tral Ph 2-3155 <. .fireplace Kitchen extra |for quick $13.75O. Terms. W. B.Nicholson. _ _ _ _ _ seen to be fully .pprelaP. Price citrus trees $12.-<> nice. aiOn
Central heat Realtor. S Main 2-1619. j $21 SOO Phone 419S. hens black .' 'I P
with attic fan. house and | j jhct CLOSE IN 2 b.drom ham.; wen fur- j and ful dining rom. 1 : Si. :
ferred. Inc. 21 cst htth wsvrit r o I
trans and Green
water heater Equipped for or home !, central heat all convenl- Lot x 180 Owner ,DUPLEX --V.canL-Ne" concrete Guernsey
LAKE (tNeari-7 room nished. :
electricity. garage. I family. ;Sell for 119.850. C. R. Emerick.COLONIALTOWN > KALEY SCHOOL 8ECONi i i E.Central.LaKEFRONTReduced_ I- thi place 86.0OO bc S 9
Venet.n blnda. new but "sound a ences. This should satisfy any block quiet street north section. j PALM TERRACE-
per Sentinel- : dola" make M. Harmon. Realtor. 110 N. Orange Ave. T.t 1341 la cash. Call Bill for quick sale Red
shaded ft. Terms
110 mont Beautiful 100 oUe. I 12.60. Du.I.
lot "d- A most completely furnished
F .ttr.rU. j i modern bungalow picture WINTER PARKA --5 r t tsi,
Boland. Realtor. -new
Broker. 2-2945.
3 lnOIerlOls Cfttnpletely
car garage. best -
rooms. C.rr Built In 1942 of
WILL SHARE our comfortable h D I I Davis. Realtor. 41 12.10.. ; I I can Bide 672 N. Orange; ph. 2-551. i!1 ,In. Five home ready lust to move right Inside !, window oak floors screened porch. I redecorated. Llvln rooea. located In a choice a 15 P 0
I SECTION uuu-I rooms- rd"ortet sandy beach over 100' frontage large i- large beBntlf ny 'an-1* 500 j? _,
elderly people
with nice ; 7305. ) and twe nice bedroomsone
__ __ and A room
"h.uful h.m. youand this.Wilma has fo-i- ;::s. ;
ful bungalow out lake. miles out. Hurry on Tlie borne ; -t
Box masonry
close to bus. new Beautiful
re.on.bl. only has 3-way
r.t :2. I will Its ,
I CtRY 2 lovely large porches attached HEIGHround.e your .nJOY. with Ben Rodgers. 64 baths. 2 cumtrttolt,
B-8tar. I AVALON-FurnInlIed new bungalow j I' bedrooms hot I by fine hom. lo.ted 17.50 true value. Terma. Ask for M.r.h hardwood floors steel Venetian blinds fu'ly elOOA 'it'dkitrh.'n
: furnished with N. Court. 7990. ] front room a
YOur gift your bride New 3-bedroom concrete block I- carate of Orlando most exclusive residential Coyk.ad.1NEWMAHAROIS and new awnings Screened -{

47. Rooms for RentAMELIA $2200 Cbrltm.. move. In t Halonceeany. l rom home. Two .Ur.dI.p.Uo. water rdl.tor Landscaped plot. sections is this modern 2-story LAKE VIEW-Pr.lhP 3 bdrmhom. porch Lots of cabinet pwce In 1. 5rryont Lino jI

1 I Roper .Realty. Church and Main; 2- all tile bath. attractively with variety of fruit and orn.m.nt.I. cement brick home with 3 bedrooms INC R..lor. 29 .. tiled kitchen Tiled bath with tub csrgarI. Mr Wr- ItI

AVE.. E.-Large double room. 3433. furlah.d Price $13.750. terms. Price 11.70 furnished or $2.000 1. and 2 baths. Oak floors furnace 2- W. Washington large lawn. $2.500 down low balance shower. St erasestiacean d linen See ; P WaI
real Heai'
lit floor: prm.nent. Phone ;'S I ; about H r.h. A car garage Nicely l.nds.Pd lot. >I IO.n.r at $50 month. Phone 6911. Noble cTos 4-five ether closets. Floor furnace | old Shepherd PhonM- >
h.ae Swald.LouH
opportunity Trade with left the Smith. Real E 124 8 Main. by Time-O-Stat. Porcelaln melon 8t_
t.t. controlled
_ : ADAMS STREET-New price on this i iI Geeslln. Realtor. 143 N Main; .e C
i INC.. drain WHITER PARK Ne t
key. terms W. B. and floor
AMELIA:: Relor.: 123.:00. I laundry tubs
E.comfortableroom. j NEWMAN-HARGIS Nicholn.
t AVE.. 614 I, 2 bedrooms and sleeping porch cot- II' 2-1464. 8. Main. LAKE PRNT-burb.n. Large lot.Neat j jI I which has ever-head door lege This 5,1:5:
first floor double innersprlnc 21 Wabm.tn 1881-63. 1 2-1611. I In garage
t shower
lage. Bath and extra I' _
bed; hot water. For one. |I: t I n. .m.l with bath LAKE DOT and is connected by breexeway Bea I Bom" Of Pr-W rr" '
laundry room. New refrigerator and Lane wv i ::5
, ; terms lIt) feet hoc- Is Immediately *\x
'- EASTSIDE GUEST HOME 130. lot 107 X
-Here'e J tlfnl comer '
AMERICA ST.. 121- k Lucerne. stove and hot water heater. Cost COLLEGE PARK-You with Herman Inc.. Broker. bedroom :' xslantrd wIth baths Fin. nab fj ---* '51 bee
il-h Yet fine opportunity to open a guest ,Open to fishing Jan I Lovely 3 hr well
Lovely corner room pleasant 150.0. Goes with property. 80 CA-sEERYAttractlvhme fo hurry if you want this 577 N. Oranae 9B5S.LAKrtRONT all i I 130' including 9O Aelee One j jlarae : mv Poive fruit ttt nnr x .1 f 2
privileges.CASSELBERRYAzalea . Special price of home in a good location only 2 blocks ---- ---- i I home close te ronnnltnct. shrubs '
home. bungalow mith 2baths lte
15'5 0 furnished fln.svv Crn'r.
L.h br.U.t fot CIO front. concrete block. Close to highway bedroom from the City Hall. Total price $14.I Suburban. Beautiful 1 bedroom with! eporateeotrance Oak tree. 19 Palms and B youngI rob
Emnl 5r
Am.rI. C R. k. Realtor. Price Ter :5
Lodge fish-- AveJTel. 7348.i 01.al" I and stores. Complete with elec- and only attached 12850 garage down. King 00. Rn-McGll. R..ltu. 128 K. Or- new bungalow. 3 2 tile 'suitable for nice income. Oak floors. i I i Plan Hotel. riding" horses _ _ _ tile stove refrigerator hot $;85 with bdrom. 'tile bath breakfast nook. Large grapefruit and orange. 4 of which '
ange. |baths ,
tile window baset -
Winter Park ADA'IR.IVANHOE Prompt possession j : Estate. 30 E. Church: 143 417. ,1. ;1 and from Arcade Phone 4 "-
In hunting 1.e.Sn i- t: heater and oil circulating h : R..I : I t' boards masonry 2-car 'screened front porch. Garaae j are bearing now All irrigated

9l14-W._ I lof 2 bungalows each with 3 nice bed- t I Beautiful live oak trees. A real Open Sunday"._ _ _ t II I garage, boat house coa.trucUon laundry and a 1 'porte-cochere. Priced at 113,650 with own well with BOO gal per hour eler-

CLOSE IN-lit N. Hm near Lake ,,, i rooms. All conveniences. Price on at 19 50. See Hlbbard Casseluerry. homes; 3 bedroomsI EASTSIDE 1 lovely' sloping 10-acre plot. Beautiful I| 'terms trle pump. Includes privileges tn

Lola, bus. or walk to town. Like c either 112.M. cash needed on one .. Winter Park: 2-2221. I Cs.t- Price cut 1 '3 for !i oaks and landscaping. For appoIntment : near lake and is located about a mile WINTER PARK

home: warm; own lavatory semi-bath: 'jooo. 8t..rt. Realtor 57550.13 $- I 4624. A. W More NEWMAN-HARGIS. INC. R..ltrs each of Orlando's golf courses
,, CLOSE IN Duplex Large corner lot Pre-war frame. 2 large airy bed- Geo. H I from
i nr.PrD". one Prln. $7._. I j i I I I in good r.nt.1 sctun. 1 bedroom with Walter B.". 217 8. Oraiwe.COLOXIALTOWN nice living room modern Central. ph"n.Ktr.d.e.. 29 W. W..tnloi 88138LKEPRNTAbut 3 blocks from College Park fhopplne Congratulations will h*. dm w ni o
rom. 3. the
COLONIAL DRIVE 422 B.-Dubt.. ADAIR SECTION 3 bdrom.. 2 aud .lr"111 porch 2 bedrooms SECTION Practically floor bath I acgewe U lighted 7. R..lor'l center 2 short blocks from pubtir coo become beau pr- C
'I prIce this brand new
., rooms .ferh screened porches: .. i aud .I.nl porch up. A good com- new masonry bungalow. 2 kitchen equipped with range and i trsr500rtstlon. The bsrisifl roewe
s II constructed
*_ _n.1 _ I electric kitchen and Bendix.. 1970.KIU '1 tort. home built when lumber .a bedrooms. L\n rom and dining Prlcld.lr. heavy Oil Circalator ]LAKE FRONT I J two .cr. of $13 750 includes new 7 ft Noric masons bath home. arm -. a net :4
Realty. 2-O074 or For quick large soil Dl uwees rune'or
well refrieretnr
with .r lumber. Good looking built easy room heater. 1 car attached garace I I.nd. vey Its loris.
V CLOSE I-Oubl. rom. distance terms. Huc- only $1BOO down. Don'tmiss 1 j of Winter Park. Riparian completely furnished for 51% 550 amongst majestic oaks in
Also 2-room { talking ao.o. sale $6900- and laundry. Corner lot 65'xl35': | Just outside cIty: rambling bungalow 1 ;miles east well located tot. Thf r-'.ic I 01 1
kel-O Ncal. 118 E. Robinson; this exceptional offering. Call I fishing pier. New frame bun- day possession. Phone 3-3529.
furnished apartment. Seasonal rent. Re.ltor; tlO.SOO. Call to see this today. cypress paneling throughout: on i'I rights' 50 th-.iz you have de:ir<- *s SI
Ph. ALTAMONTE SPRIGS 2-3753 Audrey Plttman with StlmpsonStton. beautifully acre borderingfi : :- :galow. two bedrooms dlnetter full i modem kltch-n w v >-i t''
l.nds'ld ; ultra
2-884. __ Metcalf Bldg. Phone 5159. HARLOW O. FREDRICK 118 N. Orange tiled bath screened breezeway, 2-car
h-d. CANTON AVE. house , neaan .. 8 mixed citrus < dishwasher electric ts---r i
CEIN'rm, urnl fuel furnished. Lake Front-Modern as tomorrow. : day 2 to 5 p i3Pn tractlv 8., COLONIALTOWN SECTION-New; 2- Are. Dial 8188. i, i trees many gardenia and azalea I garaie. Telephone. Wired for electric I 1 new laundrraH wesht-it f"a .M. > m

E. Jackson I 2 bedrooms. 2 baths; exceptional bedroom block house on large well bdrom. .oncr.t. block home. busheg. 2-bedroom house. I1* baths: i i.unrarh. H i I stove Unfurnished Immediate poaI I PARK LAKE SECTION-Out of town best heating plant a i O.ne or your agent 524 I furniture. Citrus, lot. tile sills "It's Great to Live In I 'session $9 250 OO. Johnston Henry, ; for Immediate sale let
I.r. 1.00. landscaped lot. Insulated. S.pa.1 St.1 r..m.nt windows Orl.neo.- 18 x 24 living room dining room. owner says ,' oak floors screened 'I: t a all
t. _ __ '' t.rm. 12 acres on 1 garage Will sell furnished for Il.M full tiled bath and shower. Price I des: car p.r. 2..r I'r. Broker. S_W _Church_St Ph 6545 j my home go 2 bedrooms and glassed many other fine fea'u'f -'ja -we w

CLOSE IN-809 E. Rldgewood-Double Quick sale. 1500.HCKEJ'NEAL. I j or unfurnished for 110.:0. $7800 Terms. Phone A. T. "Buster" rew 20-.. r"f end water LAKE FRONT-New concrete block ; ulecping rorch practicallY be aled to point on' '" P1' 'd

"1 single loom furnace heat. REALTOR 118 E. It. Exclusive today & Carter. 3-1622 Jamerson and Carter. EDGEWATER HEIGHTS-Super bungalow pump. Greens fuel heat. Asking $13.-j I! bungalow 2 bedrooma. den. living ffied: for 510.500 00.: bow leaned i at $25.000 For quiet ialf In'-uatai

Ph : of- Bonnett. N. Main 58O9. Realtors. 12 8 .In. Son: unfurnished. Phone owner 2'j i dining room kitchen all I untIl April 151k. tenants would like taJ
f31.CL RobInsn AI.mont. : ; i iI _ _ masonry. 3 spacious bedrooms j room large !i possession. For appointment
DRIVE. 300 W.-Bright fice. Homer le.eu WI. COLLEGEPARK-Furnished and two tile baths. The living for appointmentLANCASTER i: tile bath front and rear terrace Lot to ., en Good income; for further I

..r" 1.01 for gentleman. NearBunshlne P.rk. 1139.ADAIRIVANHOE I I COPELAND LAKE-Near. Choice location '!i bungalow of cypress tr : room Is a thriller. Large fireplace Rxl50 Lake privileges $25OO cash. 1 lnformatlnn w',7t W-I'Sniton'kue I I HARLOW O FREDRICK US W Or-

Park. _ Beautiful 1-year-old 3-bcd- Sleeping porch large living and with large plate glass mirror over it I balance easy. O C. Stewart Realtor.I Realtor 21 ant Ave. Dial S1S3It
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CLOSE-IN=Lake and room home Tile bath ultra modern Inc room New kitchen appliances and special Ulhllnl .U.cts: Chande- PARK-New 3-bedroom I 78O13.. Phone 5105.PRINCETON. I .. *
Eol'l.u"dr SECTION Would AllenJohsnon. her with pendants in dining Great to Live in Onando-
rooking : maid i kitchen, living room and dining room and walking IR9. bungalow all big rooms; dou- ; a
service Ir.1.Robinson. you like to move Into your brand- ,| Side drive and garage Owners need Realtor. 140 . rom. The kitchen and breakfasts tie garage lot. Fruit trees. SCHOOL SECTION J

DOWNTOWN Large. -twin beds. Ini i new 2-bedroom home before Christi i' for quick action makes this at\.ct. 8612 "Specializing- Homes". alcove Is the latest in beauty and efficacy. 518.000. M. bil. Moss. Broker. 132 ,. LAKEVIEWNear bedrooms. 2 ba'hs. large living

nertprings-. heat: semiboth.privat i sins? n/n one of <' well-built home available II.230 DUPLEX-Orlando, 2-bedroom apartment Lr. living porch has tile 8. Main Phone 6977. | room with fireplace dining room WINTER PARK-Hew 3-bedisunscor.
rls'o'.qCU 1
8. MaInand Only $1500 j. with very good terms. Call i' up and 1-bedroom apartment for; oth.r for. oak. Attic fan Paler School You will like this kitchen sun-porch screened porch crete block home Ii rr-'mn.
.ntr.nc"; bt.. balance like rent. Prce. 10.0.i! Williams with J. Daniel Kolar. 206 S. downstairs. Garage attached. Lot 7 central heat, car garage very LAKE VIWro'm furnished {I frame bungalow consisting of 3 bed- car garage- as floor furnace-attic 17x26 Corner tat. lOOI'4l' On-y $li.
Ro.hnd: "orkl. popl. proforced. Lane with Herman : lot. lawn fruit ,4 porch. Very bath HOOTS-a large one- |
palms. Can hardwood xcejnal
s and dining room fan
123 I Gd.n Main; 7811. 110. with house and other 75 I.r. I{ rooms living 500. We consider this a'
McKP Broker. 11' N. Orange: :_ I I 115. ft. overlooking lake. Only $8500.terms. move right in. Be the first occupant exceptional at $65OO. Smith with 'and kitchen located on beautiful large story frame built for real / """""I | buy White Bros Rea. :-s 8J4 M.

FtRNCREEK: 2115 8.-2 rooms In !. A C. Golden. Broker. 1121 Buy now and get homesteadexemption. Henry Burch Broker. 916 Kuhl: ; lot. 8 full bearing citrus trees. House I able living near school bus. and Mills: Phone 2-16R"
prl..1 home double beds: kitchen ADAIR LAKE SECTION brand-new CLNILTWN- ..a.ae.cly . N. Orlando Ave Winter Park 188. Price $32 OOO OO. C. R. 2-109___ _II| In good condition and furnished. Only shop Price $13 SOO. Phone Dan SMles. WINTER PARK Two .. oils.
privileges, oranges frH.PER'SGUEST .x- Emerick. Realtor 610 N. Orange Ave. i $50 and Green. Inc Realtors. ;
_ _ unfurnished never-Uved-ln home Open Sunday. I $625O $2500 cash balance per Guernsey ( bedrooms. In --ie 5133 pet
Priced reatonable.Terms _ _ three
HOME-Quiet I with 2 large bedrooms. Corner windows .. Owner.condtUoD 1809 E. O.nla. ,' -- t Tel 734- $. LAKE FRONT-Rambling 3 bedroom :month. 21 P_Central j month. Living room w. t ---lace,

double living room dining room tile, EAST SIDE=Exclusive masonry home facing lake on 10O | PRINCETON AVE EAST-3 bedroom I 3 screened r ies. oak

furnace h.a. bus. Tray breakfast bath tub and shower. KItchenequipped COPELAND DR.. 11 E.-Nice S-room, DUPLEX-IVAXHOE SECTION sleeping-Each usual value. Modern s.cUon-block bunga foot Ironta lot. tile bath: master' HARLOW O. FREDRICK 118 N. Or- home furnished: $8.000: terms: dining floors, room.nice deep lot. r.en.y -
bedrooms ,
available ._ _ _ _ with new cabinet sing new > frame home. Good repair. Immediate side 2 large dining low. 3 bedrooms living room dining room for a future bath; 1 ange Ave. Dial 518$. make offer. M. K. Harmon. Broker. right in town bus at d-- $ MQ

It:1I E.- airy room I, 7-t. Kelvlnator. new 4-burner gas> possession. 2 screened porches. prh. bath h.ln. rom. rom. room kitchen den. tileSchiller. attached garage For quick sale price ,; 2-2945. with good terms 1'-. .. 1 ". i

twin r.. .; 1elocle stove new 30-gal. automatic rater garage shade. $7500. terms Hoai vacant. 1 buyer side fully.arrange.furnished. Immediate both- beth. floor lum..e.tr.ctv 2-cr ..v wills Is only I S14.5OO.OO ptiY: furnished I{ 'Its Great to Use In Orlando.** PRINCETON AVE 1101 W -We offer Broker. S W Churn 6'' In Si '*.
inn"rpr" m.tr. i ard. Broker. N.Maln.7325.
heater. Brerzeway and atta hed > 1 laundry maids ants bath For $5 350 00 cash can handle deal also ; built .
2-OB42. J. A. rom for sale one of t .e finest Four-cfr ) L's.I
rom. Call WEST SIDE
rage. This fine home without kltcheoequIpment. COLLEGE PARK Lovely bungalow poa"Ion. L quirk sal" 521.000 furnIshed. $191100unfurnltihed. Imm.dla.SSslon Ask for W. B. I i ,

HRET AVE.bath. 13O-Twins with with private $10000 with $1.SOO d..n{ completely and.nicely. furnIshed.Hardwood Ghio. Real Esta.. 108 8. Cour Excellent terms. Georgia .' Bridges with Mate WII.m.. Realtor :j: LAKE nose-Attractive Bungalow.? 3 : homes bedrooms In Orlando glass'-j-m Second sleeping floor.porch. I people furnished associated Mo-t wi'h ic ei wet Pi t J sUe f

Dubl. With kitchen equipment. $10.500 with 1 for. attached aarage I Yon Rrltor. 7186.I 21 West W.abm.t. 1106. '< rooms and bath. Completely fur- 2 baths Fir* floor large reception trucking or auto inhere <- tm'-e *
bath and .rrned porch. : down. Contact Harold Volllck: ;' Close to shopping -lttl. offered since I I I I beautiful lake. Owner -
1.00 .ent.r. I nished. On room dip':* room breakfast room j good boarding hoc P' -o $r
HENDERSON DR. 2304- Daniel Kolar. 208 S. I built. 30O ,d.. ",mm'n. pool I II S-R-X.
tr H.l Price $12.5OOTerms. Phone A. T. I I I leaving city. Sacrifjce. County music 'jom. lonnge. kitchen large Call Harra-Moore. Ket.MT 2-< ..j,

reasonable: gentleman Till. "Buster" Carter. 3-1822. Jamerson i and club-house in a desirable setting ,1 T SIDE-Owner leaving town aft- I LANCASTER PARK-ImmPI.t. popsesolon ,I LAKE FRONT-Furnished 2 bedroom. pant*>. '* bath. Furnace In basement O9 E PineWASHINGTON
over bus line: breakfast privileges. I with plenty of fruit and shade. We :
and C.rter. S. | apa-t-
R..ltor. 1 M.ln base a dandy 2-bedroom frame EA. 10 years ownership. Clean 3- I on compl.t.l furnlh.d I I Living room dining room. den. dinette 3--r garage with furnished ST --Eastato
910 E.Large room. COLONIAL GARDENS Attractive' pre.a 3-bedroom bungalow. Tile 60x213'. sand An outstanding Property
.EERsN-ST. furnished with an bedroom lorge rooms CeOar bath. Large lot beautiful bungalow -rr- y fnished
Innersprtng private ADAIR PARK Roomy. 3-bedroom I modern 2 bedroom furnished bun- home.additional very apartment upstairs. No bun..o.. flr.pla.. had.O floors. :i drains electric klch.n. beautiful play beach citrus trees. Garage Terms i located on 23 lots. $40.OOO. liberal on corner lot s; ., x lc< m

home. Ph. 2-3094. I home on lOO-foot. welllandscapedlot. galow. Beautiful la.n. shrubs trees; OPA ceilings on either property Variety of fruit. Exel.nt .Iue. I I room .. . 2..r garage. aerv- '< Dial 6911. Noble Smith Real Estate terms or will sell part includIng home be sold Has 5 nic u and bt
AVE. Twin ; Nice ahade. Owner made .au. get offer I key. 88500 Exrlusve. .. Realtor.63i. ant's quarters S20. with terms. 124 S. Main St and garage apartment for $29.5OO on : I
UVINOBTN bdro. lo.ner h.v has never been rented You can man H.Un. i plus sleeping porch an gsrsne
aubatantlal reduction in and Realtor. -
a Lee with ,,. Boland.
business1 pric Don Dudley. E. Central (Arcade'. .231. ,II C.I Cr..f"rd Rob. 1 easy terms. Call H. F
fu.ce will aell for 1-3 cash do.n. Furnished R.lor. : right In. We have the key. Abut Realtor. 668 N. 672 N. Orange; fore you buy see it E* 'e w..9
.! beat: vicar bu. Ph. 827.: or unfurnished. Belies Investment COLLEGE PARK-5-room bungalow. 510.000 cash will h.ndl. .. I I i Or.nl. I I LAKE FRONT One of Copeland Carillon Fred Garrqls. Broker 5'il sir_4'-'S.- -_

Co.. 2: W. WashIngton.Phone Well located. Cash $1500. Balance i Wm. Mathews with J. D.Dle Koler. Park's fine homes. Modern 2-story 2-4551. WInTER PARK- 49 8 M--: gait 4 lat

MAGNOLIA ATE.. 644.-Exclusive. 8:1.APKANur I I 1 ea. y terms Phone 3-1615. I Realtor. 2-4388 _or 7811.__ iArsiwi.: Unfurnished 2 bedroom .1.1 home with 4 bedrooms and den. 2'a outside city limit 2s"m ftage.

: COLONIALTOWN SECTION-An excellent DELANEY ST NEAR-New 2 bed- home. Best of condition for only I I LORNA DOONE-Short distance .. baths large tiled screened porch.; 2- Furnlahed. elector! k. nra. ty
.. .
8.. 604 H N.-2 .Iep city limits. 3-room v.lu. In a 5-room frame room home Frame construction. oak $6.2SO. Act now. Dial 6911 Noble O.n.r Is leaving State and car garage. Well furnished. Built in ROSE TERRACE owner close to ahoprg and rJS.

PARRAMOR rom.. single or ; hous; preh. 2 extra lOlL On home built in '40. Large rooms floors large ilxlns- room garage. sewer Smith. RealjEatate. 124 S. Main. to .1 is his$3.750 4 room which block should residence attracta The :: 1939. Nicely landscaped lot.Realtor.$28 OOO.14 colonial home ft 3 bedrooms Immediate porsessiT f __

busline.PRINCETON._ _ _ _ _ I line. owner. sirecncd porch 2-car garage Near lights gas Paved street. $8.50O FAIRVILA---I-ml. .et-srom terms W. B. Nicholson. Attractive I
IbuS 120.e t C.l number of discouraged home seekj i j 2-1619. tile bath and extra lajatory.
I stores and bus. $10.00O furnished or terms. Vee Van Hoten. Broker 6 W. S. Main: -- La he
AVE.. 16 double B.nnet"J. "e. .r. had i .. McNutt-Heasley. 1 W. Glassed In living porch WINTER PARK P-'ei Vng
W.-Lrl can be bought unfurnished for R.lor. : I I
rooms; close t .r1. ADAIR PARK-$l: ".Ib moves 18$0. Church. Rm 12. road. Deep well with electric pump. i iI i- Washington St. 100 landscaped lot. Fruit trees Close Virginia unusual -. 5, si a-

Ph. 7161.BHINE you Into thla frame ft-room Good terms. Lola Royal DUBSDREAD-New bunl.IO-j bedrooms 102' roadfront. cheap. J. J. Moore. I MERRY MOUNT SUB-DIVISION to all conveniences Lovely restricted story Monterey-Colonial: of c mei

ST.. 541 N.-Nice room next hous. Full tile bath bre.e.. and Hlshland2O672.1CONWAY_ oak floors { LAKE KILLARNEY-Altractive small Waverly St 2 bedroom bungalow residential section. $13.500 with food tile and frame with > .e roof 3 bea
to b.th. kitchen prtvilese.. attached garage Excellent neighbor -Fine 8 room furnished I rear: good sire garage: 7: ft. frontage. I I, home: 2 bedrooms. 2 baths. 150 ft. i with white Johns Manvllla shingles 1 terms. Call Ray Lennon with rooma. 2 tiled baths or': mat's i <-
screened porch:
hood. Mew kitchen equipment In- home with all modern convenIences; Extra good buy. Imm.dl.t. hardwood floors seed in basemcmtt 7 'or garore.

.- MiSH T-. outh and Rosa "Iude. 110.0. Call Nunex with attractively landscaped on corner 10:0 U'ms. Sam p"I.lon... FAIRBANKS AVE.- on lake. 230 ft deep. 12x15 ft. cabinIn : car garage: corner lot nice garden, NEWMAN-HARG1S. INC Reallor 39 maids room and bat'i I L 4:10
lind. I' weekly up. Double. . Carrigan Bids.. I I nice 10 acre grove. '.o miles from r.a. Price $10.500 beautiful lawn: price $49OO Owner Washington. 6636-8881. feet high elevation hr>-, la, w
Re.lor. W.
110 weekly up. Phone 153.YMCAAtr.c I N Orange. Orlando It's b..uUfu. also nice 4 1 DELANEY-SECTION N.-neanngcompletiryi Corner of Lakeview Av. I will be atthis 12:0 V.furnl.h.d Condl Ask Realtor for H 37 1273.E. ; Fred C Bennett. Box 308 R R. NO- 3. scaped also asoor'A.

.. rooms for young ADAIR SECTION -\Ne Grammar rom tenant $27.500; Ph. 3 bedrooms oak floors. home Sunday from 2 to 4 pm' Central Heold : Ph. 6137. t : Orlando _ _ __ real value at $31 vw ;r' t. -

t.n. double. $6 and up. Attractive 3 bedroom frame 2-2933 Paved stre' I. large lot Owner financed Will gladly show you the property and MAITLAND-Attractive s-rooin modern ROSEMERE SECTION-2 bedrooms ed Robert R Twe, Sea .,l VJ W

.1 8004. .hol. that was butt in '41. 1 I COLONIAL RDENS room house. $8SOO Elyse 0.1. with HmI furnish any Information concerning I LAKE IVANHOE SECTION 3-bed i bungalow. Large landscaped hit. also den in knotty pine This is anAl Washington. 6174

AND Woodruff I screened porches. lot 100 furnished: bProm. screenedporrh. I ''ton. Resltor.150 E 7632. it that you may wish. From Colonial room bungalow completely furnished Garage New gas kitchen equipment home among beautiful homes

ROM. Take BARD70 Lmi bu toAgnes ISO with several citrus trees. 11.$0.1 attached .r.. l.ndS.Pd 1 DUPLEX. Block. Upstairs and Hills drive North to Fairbanks with kitchen utilities; on a bearing largelot I' and circulating heater tn-luded Price. one look at this and you will agree WINTEK PARK AVE Corner p. .9.
260 150 with 56 large
; right. Ph. 2-113. Terms available. Alen lot. Immediate p..slon. no Sun-I I -'on"ret. 2 bedrooms An.. tKlllarney Corner). then turn x $7750. Bryant with Herman Goodwin Steel casement windows tile bath and erIc S room home fi.rr --4 1 '
.11 Exeu.l.e wth
Johnson. N. I daycalLs. by Dr. .ompletel : left 2 blocks to Lakeview Ave. citrus trees. Paved street; drcal.tn. inc Broker. 677 N. Orange: 9855.I central healing. ductS mediate occupancy Plie $.,. 1 Caj
SINGLE AND DOUBLE rooms forteD R..lor. 10 72 Forl living room kitchen and dining heater: attic fan: Ideal droin boards [
Price $7 and up weekly. 8612. Homes." CLERMONT just a house:huts I combined shower; downstairs: our best buy at $14 .with liberal t* every room 7500 down balanceterms. Mrs Oliver. 2-1048 to' -e C
PI..e call BAXTER STS.n bungalow. Modern superb home. carefully planned.p kitchen and dining room This delightful home built last Apri.I terms. Exclusive with OOc. P. Shum.way. I I MARKS ST. 1110 E Colonlaltown: Larry PowelL Broker. 118 E- R Emerick. Bealtor, 6 '. 1. u-angei
2-315. rom. sold
must at It la
NICELY -FURNISHED Adjoining .onnnl.n.. Wi be completedihla constructed and furnished for living 1 bedroom bath .nfurni.bP. nished built. once.large fulY lot 1 N., Orange: 2-3282_ I I' new block construction. 3 bedroom Yale Ph 3-2KO2._ 7148 _
on corner
i I week. down. in comfort: choice location In Cler- Lot Convenient R.ltor..O home price $12.500 unfurnished or Sew tbdroom.
132 $ Owner.Ph. S"IDEFor business fc$54tflS WINTER PARK SECTION
heat closetogrtlls.Ph
bath: on bus. circulating ; : l0xl0. and most desirably located. It has !: LAKE mlle West of city. SOOTH
4875 mont. Florida's B..uty Spot: erected i College Park will sell furnished. Owner. home In Winter far*. 5t urrc .a Ine..
2-4586. _ _ S'Of5. L.lon. S.rton. large living room and dining room. Fine brick. 3 bedroom home. Completely owner buys
last ,".r. owner now finds inleceuts ,
i Phone built 3-bedroom Large closets sieel 5s- Tw bI
pleasure Prl. this
la a 10.OTnm. 2 sized ] 2 Offers
good bedrooms ultramodernkitchen ; car garage;
v home of such require r..ldenc.elsewhere: completely : Carter. J.m.rln and Carter tile bath Venetian blindsthroughout. vants quarters. Well . "r-I MAITLAND-On* bedroom frame cottage - bungalow for $75OO. Part cash Frame I dows. tile sills. 'rn .d f .i. a'tached '
double block ta storesand resEINGLE abl. oUe electrified kitchen
rabl- ; 12 S. M.ln.PUBSDREAD. close to stores and highway. Large garage For this garageR'n F l ir J
grand Ample bedrooms R..ltor. construction
i screened front porch and shrubs and beautiful shade
tauront. 2 bus .on.tr.Uon
10' nets 2 tiled baths 2 !
Un. P.e. : : b.drom. furnished I furnished and equipped gas good buys see Geo. F. Brass down Call Mrs El-Is-- v i Pal i leFrancisco.
two baths large living and I ear The neighborhood I Boat house; 9 acres and other I
AND m.- rom respectively in and !I prt.oher. dtr. .rove electric refrigerator. For sale 19E Central Realtor Fn 4 C. :$1Arcede
OUBE-r pr.h. 1.1..t heating system. You I walnut furniture' .t..o sod I la .u.1ent. .to schools bus serv Boating and fishing. C. C. G.rl.tt I i stove Realty Co _
adults Also withkitchenette living tn thl beautiful NEARBY- ''Ir. district and one of I Broker. Sl2NMillo. ph. 2- l- furnished. $5750 Good terms. Call -,I SOOTH PTDE $1.800.down. on 2 bedroom 4O7 _
living .
equipped .
mlth kitchen pic- 109
and one < I 2-2380.
rom. 1th laat Realtors
homeWalter W. Central .nd' | Harra-Moore. Newly palnted t &
In.'m.'t ture .. finest fishing home 2 porches. WINTER PARK- ni h *
dinIng fnrld.
from : I
privileges.om.to4pm 422 E. Pine. call 1 I Co. 49 N Orange Ave. ..: heating brrkl.stro.m. plant Brand new ".nrr.l. block. 2 bed ..Immla. I.k.jus nn. block ...y. LAKE EOLA-North of. We offer avery : E Pine. inside and out. B usrerv Ice at door host area underpr f 'e.motv
_ office 3356 N. ..ntrl room home. This house has everything 25O9 N.4 room Real Estate.j . .
Orange Ave. numerous large closets asphalt Only 5 minute drive from golf course. fine 2-story home with 4 .droom. MUSSELVI RITE 6T Phone 911- Noble Smith revIdrnry.5t' 30 tI

PREFER RERD-'rnil&hbP o concrete: tile roof: 2 tl"for desired In a moderately priced 1 .. 2'" baths tile kitchen; living I house. 2 bedrooms and screened j I 124 B Main. _ _ _ j I special feat urcsaasovs; '.0
ding. and laundry: large lot. land-.a home. Modern In every detail pic- This home with all furnlhln. .I room. 16x26. with fireplace dining porch By owner. i I Two acres of landscaped f I,

$8 ....kLROE BEVERLY SHORES 'r-TTr .la'I"..Pd. unobstructed I.k. view; expensively tare windows steM ..smen. tile ben priced at 12.:0 it ,Im. room: 2-car garage Tile floored I;- MArI'LAND-Hi-way 17-92. 5 rooms I SUBURB AN-Paved ">ad.lot 100 8 I Leaving State $4S nor

RM-AdJolnlnb.thO.: furnIshed can sold with sills. In quiet neighborhood. Lot 75x sold Only $3.650cash screened front porch. 10x30. Other and bath. 2 screened porches: busl- 350. frame house. 4 rooms bat* : dial 2-4S51. Albert Ho'. I'
ISO graded and for .
ready I.nds..plnl.On.
Get that "New Look" In your new or without furniture. Nowhere will required b.l.nc. payable $60 features that make this a home of ness or residential: next to Joyce automatic hot water heater. fursI WINTER PARK LAKE *T. .. 'Pewruvltc

privileges meals optional: 7 miles lome. Tl rambling tP. new 1- I I I one find a more complete and invitIng of the better home buys at only monthly Exclusive listing with L.a. distinction It can be a guest home' i) Drive-in. By owner.NORTHEASTJustOff. I Irhed: including new aaa range tiew I II type rolls:. II i 4

out. close to bus. ..nU.m.n preferred story all the lonevations i{, home and lo.Uon in the same $9OOO. Bradford. Broker. 1204 E. ColonialDr. with absolutely no re-arranging of E Colonial I gas heater Electric pump deep well. I on lovelr lake 24" ., .

reasonable box 292 S-Star. In home buildm 4 full price ranee. Contact ua for further .. 20233.FAIRBANKS. $28 OOO unfurnished with good < and shrubbery. Bargain at | ,.
.IF HARLOW O. 118 N. II i rooms i Drive where the new Gulf-Atlantic nice lawns lots of shrubbery a*"! n-nr '5 riO. e
EXTRA large bedroom private .n i 1 bedrooms. 2 all tile baths on. with 2 information Bowman A Brown Co. ,I Orange Ave. PEDRICK I 1: terms Can be bu.h furnished Contact Highway begins. Is a homey little $4.000. terms Mr Slope wttBI M. D j It a beaut* spot 00 r.- y I he

trance bath twin beds in place that will urt suit somebody's (I- Bailey. Realtor. 30 E. Church St P h. I som money at V)' *" Sdld.I .

tile n.l.hbrho. S..son.1 AdultLPh 3-comoartment bath You can enjoy I |' "It's Great to Live In Orlando." j' Kolar. 206 8. ; 7811. j taste and pocketbook. The neat ,]I "". i iI I roth hslanre it 7 5 ,er Peel
1-10 Florida living at Its best In this home 'I AVE Frame bungalow; frame house has five rooms 12 bed-I Reslmnr 12 SUsie '

with Its huge screened porch the ten COLLEGE PARK-This new 5-room 2 bedrooms sleeping porch flrei LAKEFRONT-Close- -- r.el.t, rooms' a rear concrete terrace. I Ii I soDTH SIDE One n""*"* ? I I II I

47-1. Rental Agencies I laraa .closet full autoseatleentral cement block bungalow with large i I place garage workshop. 9 bearing Ii i riparian rights. Lovely ronrret i i splendid tool and pump house -a I, and 133 feet deep this pretty let I|

heatingsystem and all electric kltchen I screened breenewsyan 1 2-f. at- i 1. fruit trees Immediate pots nesvtnn. brick 2 bedroom home. Est1 I.r.i frame garage enough to make I|i with Its five-room fully plsstered WINTER PARK-Oj' C' c a" wi!f
with new Bondix Nicely landscaped located 57500.t0 cash C P Shnmway. Real Bard- rottage. and three fine suited te the
We .tll supply you t..h.d garage on .orn.r lot. screen porch overlooking lake. | Into rental ;- house 10 espeeclally authorizes me '7 '' >sie 0
LNDLRD. t.n.nt free of charge double lot. $28 500. Terms. I! ran be )sd completely furnlnhed for DICKSON AZ.U.A PARK- tor.l40 N. Orange 2-3282 .o for. ful tiled bath. Fuel I I lots. The green lan and doreni family with small children The well located WinteFa- '

and ,. J..t phone es your I 511.500. zood terms. Owner leavingcisc 1 F 1BANKS-AVENe.-bun. lo". S ntr . attached garage i i j young fruit trees with their brightly i> lot I' nearly fenced and the property with h'gh class stor'a f > A.
va.ny Gardner Real Estate A..a"y HARLOW O. PERICK 118 N. .nd will .ra. .t clove of deal. Spanish designed concrete block stuccoed construction with built in laundry trays Thishome i I colored fruit add to the appeal. The so located that children can get to, and avartsnenta ah" Is a
S ] Orange Ate. !i for Ralph with Robt. home. 2 large airy bdrom.. and equipped with vene- price Is $750O unfurnished. Can be School with aDeolutely '
419 Orange Ave Phone_2-4481 181..I' Asl beautiful : kitchen large: plenty c.b Is new Grand Ave. masonry censtmcfe-1 h ig tie te
Prvde. Realtor. 668 H. Orange; Ivln. rom C.th.dr.1 ..1- inet space good size rooms bath Man blinds electric water heater. ,! had furnished. Call Peter Breen no traffic hazard. The price Is 'I I circumstances can ho r ir r.a d'tiy
$3 service
W'HAVE RESTAL E.t.I. 409 . O..t to Live in Orlando. 2-596. I modern icg. .bath .indo.and large. dining kitchen rom.and tub. also separate .ho.e cabinet. : Beat this value. $14 700 Phone A. T. with O Harra-Moore. 2-2380. 109 E. $7950. Call Mrs. Tyler with O Harm- for less than twos" >-' "- For

Orange I nook. large porches front and rear: 2-car "Buster" Carter. 3-1622. Jamerson i I Plne.__ _ Moore. 2-083. 109 E. Pine. full particulars see Ms" 'ai'5.: '

Bout CLOSETS -Os-W.hlniton-8 Four ntr.br.aUat for Oversized servo nts garage or ten.nt..Ith ..r.e large lot. nice lawn and and Carter. 8. Mam._ I I i NORTHWEST-Near Fairaanks. new' |! SOUTHEAST SECTION-New 3 bed-: I]I I Realtor 21 West Wa-n.-- t./ei.

49. Rsclnecs Rentals bedroom hOI This Large deep rom lot. well landscaped. House: shrubbery This will Interest you at LAKE VIEW-;friilb nicely I bunt alow, tile construction: living[ room home fire place front and 1 I Phone 5101.WINTER .
BEVERLY SHORES If I. house built price offered for quick sa.e. Quick for'' kitchen bedroom and sleeping 1 j hot water heat- I
I a stew .. in 1940 and Is in ex- 15 completely furnished Including furnished: 4 2 baths room rear porches electric
house looking for and retest cord-.tion possession$10.SOO. terms. Johnson bath rear service porch. Im-I C. large cor-
you are A splendid Frigidaire .n" new gso range. C.r- 8.1 owner. 2 \ In- porch e*. wired f orelrlrirstv
I want to ace l00. maerl.la sod lion and a good buy at $i5.50O s, poled floors. This .n excellent buy Co 208 S Main. come. large landscaped lot: only $20.- mediate possession. $4.2SO: $2.0OO 1 nec lot. Price $ 25O Cash to handle P8.51--B r"io- .O:5i: Oh 4
workmanshIp. let u. show yOU thIs Mr Folsom-Harold Shepherd I swln rash Courtney Realty. cash Sam Johnson Co 208 S. Main. Balance- $M> month See
BRAND NSW otn.e building. within .t FERNCREEK 2115 sell or i iI 0. half $225O. Interlachen 3-in."' :e' -
2 tile baths full sized I' Co 20 E Washington St Phone 5124. 11.00.HARLW N .. 2-2471. Attractive 5-rootn and I with Hampton Broker 431 N .
uht of Post order Sue 35 x SO 3.bdrom. I tr.de"drom and .I..pln. 3'2 O.n" NORTHEAST- Cra- I 2 bwtrnr. model k" ', tat ci,,

feet Air conditioned An unusual I opportunltv room circulating .utom.t" =NPrne'"h G. YREDRICK-1l5 N. Or- .1 x 280 with 32 bath. large glassed-in porch. Lot Orange 5013SOUTHEASTOn_ I furnished Vacant TrI 'L. C

tn secure an "u"pI"a.l1 hot .. "heated home. R.b.r 1|IN. 2-bedroom and .I"pln porch. j Ave DiaL 1188. I citrus trees for smaller place. 115 ft. frontage. al! kinds of bearing; i newly paved street W Walters. Heal- v'2 V

f.ne buldn suitable Pryde. R.lor. 688 N. Or.na tile bath Nice shade and fruit trees. GOLF SECTION-Here's an I.AKE FRONT fruit trees Splendid location for nom 1 i tn a very lovely neighborhood. Jn ::45410Wl'ODERMEREPr
e'mic. law firm or a similar business ,,4591.I :I $ terms. Ruse I Gaflee with Hm- "Ifa Great to Live t Orlando." bungalow or business Immediate possession. two-bedroom home completely ,

Long term lease Ready for occupsnc i : : 150 E. Robinson: 7632 1. bedrooms. bath fr.m. porch attached Open House 1 to 4 P. M. Tod. SS.500. $1500 cash. This is O. K Jim 1 nished for $10 SOO. H cash will boir I; -'s '-Ic:
about January 1st. Exclusivewith .cn.nP M Caldwell with Asher Peter. Realtor. reol value see -
? In a
I PARK Tao bedroom" __ garage. Requires : For something lovely hone with > =
Belles Investment Co. 25 W. 1, Ir.m. completely furnished moM DELANEY ST SOUTH-Modern. masonry about $35OO rath-bstance.$45 month 120 Broadview Winter Park. Corner 12 S Main: 2-O78. I Clyde McKenne. Broker 104 W. Cen- shade trees Pan:> r -

Washington. Phone 8513. BEVERLY SHORE spacious bed of it ne... $8 TOO !. cash balance 3 bedroom bu..lo. Has Stile Stimpson-Staton. Re.ltor. Metcalf: of Broadview and Killarney NORTHEAST SECTION -4roost' :i tral Ave 24135SUBVRSAN2 leasing State Im-r u .

rooms. 2 "ab. f1y equipped kitchen SilO 00 per month. Two bedroomfranwv baths. 2 kr"urd pr.h. central Bldg Phone 5159. Riparian: rights on beautiful home frame construction. IZOOU I | \I Inquire Mrs. RulenrJ

I extra UYn room also three lots well landscaped heating room oak Killarney. New concrete block. pr.I down. Price $3250. Ann Goodwin 1 blocks wilt. New gem- :\

BUSINESS OFFICE-1 newly decorated living porca. Large Plot of srounds.Thla kitchen heating and laundry "alp' Iloera. all electric kitchen. 1 car garage ble garage. breezeway. Both with Herman Goodwin. lac Broker. crete black bungalew. befcaejais.J I Winter Park Soaro.> +- -

office now available in Colonial- b.IUfu new home Is truly a ment Included at 1120. 'n ..b with laundry tubs and eleclriCwater HOSPITAL SECTION: Income> rom. will accommodate twin b. 677 N Orange: 9855. wood floors breeaeway sod | I I I Ii I 2-story. 2'i bath r' .
town Lane Bradford Broker 1204E value at only t2t.- Completely furnished Go Drive out and this | Tata 57.505. BettCT
I see
bedroom. good
cnm. Dubvdread Section- bedroom h.'e. can be had from this bedroom i atr.tIe' NOTTINGHAM ROAD-3 garage A heat avrianfa quafer- a:
Colonial: 2O233.CLOSE ter".. Louis Gea Rlt.IIU concrete block extra fine construction 11.0. Bettes Investment Co. 25 W. home 5. excellent condition Completely home t to 6 1" today. Bro. unfurnished vacant, lot 1OOX13S. i tavestment Co 2$ W. Waantntteai W. i I traped corner near !soSr .- :01I

IN-Location far u'ed cars N. M.l: 2-1464. I attached aaraae. large lot- St Phone 8513. furnished. 6, Mr. Martin for Realtors. 82. Mills. 21668.LAKEFRONTAnou555ntiIng. Frank Crebs. Realtor. 507 Metca'J Phone 5.513.SCBURBANMOre. I Ii I lear at 82600ft Fee 'v 3i erI

tir. auto rat. .. ige. stmreS'alion. 1------- I 1190PO can be- financed. See R F. DUPLEX-On lake. aoutheast spetlists., details 0 P S."P. Realtor. 60 East 1 Building. phon 2-1710 i i I bargains see Mrs H>n&r I. .3-

"', :-.10 1I - Montgomery with A G. Wsoner.Renter. 'I 5 rooma. 2 bedrooms bath 10.P Pine. Phone :81. i of e"h* lJ7 I I!I wargti Dr Phone V: Mj

NURSERYMAN I, BROADWAY. 538-2 stor brick and 1209 Edgewster Drive-Ph. 3, floor upper 4 rooms and bath unfurrxshed. ,alue. ,- |! i' want for $WO>. terms 2-Bedroom house bs'h c ,' -.
AI.nu.Por--rent stucco construction. .1h' tile roof. 2131 A-l Over landscaped corner alsolutely cool I I Ii
property .1 h r."dll" b"urful' NORTH CITY LIMITS Hew two' bedroom residence m large orange tro" II 10cr.:;
shrubbery 144 E Chareh. I Living room 14x.t4. I.. dUln. room. CITY LIMITS_Furnished 2 bedrwsss 13.0 o ". ... HOLDEN HHGHTS Perfectly pew lot Attractive bungalow bedroom frame constructed home i condition Nice screened front porch I I Beel. B ar Lake. Loa '

th sun allr. klchtn. room.servire bungalow. attached carase. filer .roof .nd remodeling. Ani" Ira me. 2 bedrooms: modern; best cement brick construction.I94O with bardwoo floora Just out ftnty f Pretty lawn 17 frttrt trees Poultry I -
OFFICE rooms with b. .6-p pr.h. .. .. h.l..1 neighborhood. $ 95O. $2600 rants King roomy home with Income at a bunsa- location extra larze lot.t.t..I.t Spacious panelled living room on high list. Clot to stores On i pens cow shed.3i0 acres rich soil 3-BEDHOOM HOME A..5

month Ifulr. at 101 and h.1 bah. do.n.ttr. ..tP Real 30 E Church: 8435. ""Op- low price. A nice lake for fishing oak t.P Smaller new b.UdlaO 11' with, fireplace. charming patio porch. hiss line Priced at t7.4Ta.OO. G-I-i on pav d road OM Man Trwible--i elsewhere reeiul-------, t'

Telephone 93. bath ..d .bo.P. en E'.t. swimming and boating large porchesall rear. $65. very easy t.rmL Ph. 3 lovelv bedrooms. 3 all tile baths. 100% S>e Mr. Mnffat wnh O. P. will run for cover if sos own this i j for farther inform '" 'rail: Wr
-82 office rooms large bedroos with connecting flebah. ; sides you will nice location Bilder. maids with half butler Asher Peter Real { Park 88592will a' p' 41 or laitr
ORXGEAVE : = .nJo) vol m room b.t. Swope. Realtor SO East Pine: Phone< "Budget Balancer
I .
t : space Frank Crebs.Reglor. . UPtlr. Had.o .-COLOM4LTOVTN. A cory 2 bpdrr out of town' oue has madea HARRISON STNear I "stores.2-39.schools pantry and all electric Unusual 5812. After office hours call 2-40BO. tor. 12 8_ Main: 2-0786 I I model Imrnedta' r"0'
la. ": bungalow type home \ reasonable prue for immediate ':
l 507 Metcalf Bulldini. phone hr.pu. .r number cedar lined closets. bunga-I 4 ROOM HOUSE I"' 'Th'itt"e
basrmrnt with furuace tar garage nl-hed 1 gansr-. corner lot.nuns sale and delivery. Very seldom and bus. Charming 3 bedroom SOUTHEAST-! lce 2 bedroom
-170. I : .1 we oil furnace. storage and lifetime fireplace $1600. Clear Lake i.i8'rt15, gIyet.Clon "4
Dutch with -
SMALL" By omner. see anytime. throbbed both street paved have like this on a lake. Colonial of cypress eonstruc- roof Orlandoand low. large living room 1 1628 Ohio P- .- v' E.3
in city. pr.Pr"e ,: lion on a 100x150 lot. I.a.ln. NORT1EAST-518 Msntana. near new redecorated $75OO. $3 )e caatt.
'ORKSIOP-Wu.P Better Art Rid e. associate of Ev- home income L.1.d
BROADVIEW AVE Winter See and : ft
120. Pak a desires therefore has OTa ie.Rt.7. B" .*
Write Baas.Orlando Sun balhu. 2 sl. 5-room fr'amefrniohed. 30 E. Church; 8435. _
Yu.k.k. Hotr car schooL bus stores; King Real
New Wells. Broker. 1 E. Colonialit good terms Exclusive listing rom. .a..e.
Open house today 1 to 4 m. -r.1 : I. M. priced this home way under the ;
house unusually 1 aracrooms I Best 2 Co 208 S. Main. Price of $13 SOO I .. withterms market-only $27 000. terms .n.-h.lf '. garage: excellent condi- "Open Sundays I I 4-ROOM MODERN Mt'i'L F

I construction Beautiful .urroun8In. COU5VIALTOWV--Furnished bed- DUBSDRFAD Modern house. Ideal I .v.l.bl. AU.n John.n. R..I cash pee Mr. Little with Harold lion: sood loratwn: plenty shade. For[ SOUTHEAST SECTION D-IMltMl ed. ga stove ' i<,a
8h.o 'I
50. ,
Wanted to Rent : tor. "Ie; i immediate powession call owner bungalow In A-l[ washing machine c.-v s' I'
P sure and see ths: and den dos 182. "Spr.ll- herd Realty 20 E. Washington T-heHroom frame -
. to. "h" rooms te .h"1 for guests or large family. 4 Inc In mes r. J-4157. Price $7000. prch's In lake r.i "'
Bros. Realtors 8:4 N : 2-1"1 I and bus $12 son U rash Hoper sleeping bath Pt Phone ____ ; condition fully furnished Lot nIce-
APT WANTED by 2 business ladles .m. pn" up oranges with frsl'r'lit
and school daughter 2 bedrooms |. COLLEGE-PARK- -2 bedroom frame. i Resltv.chtirrh_ .nj" Msln. 2-3433 I stairs. Living room GARLSD ST:2SRoln.. LAKE VIEW=Here 'lW"w.n"fur- NORTH BIDE Lovely 3-bedroota i ly landscaped large 05k trees.locaI other fronts ftc'.;ssr' r ,- -:
Ideal -
'U.I 4691 lime and 3-2664 | completely tarnished 7M1M lot.Immediate CAPSELBERRY.2 bedroom den. kitchen with breakfast nook. r 1 nished horn Wth' b dr_m.. overlooking frame home. new. Good neighbor- !i palms. arMgtle fish port. 584 I Gowl 2-wheel traif! -" '
fnmf. 1 I gpertment. owner on premisesHOLDE1 floorg. Large screened I schools. *t rea
> hood Oak close 19
If'.S v m _ _ possession $4MX clown modern cfmvenfen.... > bath enclosed r..r .nh. large : lake la. l1t wU shrubbed .d Mrn. 515000 far an Move 'ff-Kk imluded ehlckrIstered -*-. .
APT i balance terms Exclusive with Lrr .h.". lIt ft fit 17-92 Meal for I front porch downstairs fIreplace ( n..u.ny-- $7 sono easily 0 stonce". 'sak toRealtors porch. brecoeway. ovegis garage bus Price only with Bar- lenkian mUk :-a' A
for ex-service man 75-ft lot. PriceSl0300. W I Han : .
am.l Powell. Broker. tn living room and another in trartive modern bgnealow Recently Rmstegei Whltn'y Petegot! Sculls Co.. laundry trays. in at once. See I 64.250. Will take good I'" i
cabins overnight I
wife Not o..r $5O. furnished I Yale.COLOMALTOWN. Ph 3-213. Small tourist down payment or win guests master bedroom: double .. .. 3 completed of ..n.r.t.blocks 4 lovely 7O5 Metcalf BId: terms. Wilbur Stricklaott.Brokcr.23 old Sheoherd Realty Co.. 2fl E. Wash- je* trade. Teraag K. B W s. ...

or unf.rnlsh. Ph 8082 Ca'l Art of h..d. Iot on corner location. 12 OOO. C. little roomy and glassed-in porch- 2-326 I W. Church. 6 75. icxton St Phone M24_ I Coma. Fla.s .

APT OR S A L.HOCSE'Coup I -3 3blok.-fro I wr> Broker.RId.1304.1.t.E. E..nt . DT Realtor. 41 ".sh- Very cozy. neat rum partan d effl- LAKE listing ORANGE AVE. CORNE1--Near FlorI SOUTHWEST-Clewe to Orange 510- 'HOOK"46om"tl3tii.t s--
""Espettln t.dl .atf. ton. cient. livability and convenience YAINEulu.i. I Frame residence' New vWoom *o ae- nIce
0. 11 .35.DlTBDREAD_ Ha I Ida Sanitarium son Trail t.
1 car 3502 $7.500 ceon. Corisrr ill a.
on one
unlun.hP la..e. frit. _ _ _ th. L.I. Small
Urgently of
by Jan. 1st. P".r Near club bouse. homes. Corner lot nicely t converted into upper and lower apart sunroom acres entire freast
"P .
of Park. d
i landscaped MMO. the finest In Winter bert $
nr.r Winter Irk Limit $50 Bx I I : T Carter 3-1622 Jtmrisaa and COLIEGK PARK- omfor."I.bi furnished name with landscaped. O location Only 2 The spacious 10.tln. grounds af- < meat Ripe for development. $15.OOO. house !. rear $ SJOO. ExclusIve with 1 W

_eI !! ih !1 ) Wlnut Pack 1 Carter Realtors 12 S .Main rr:m home wiSh rom Sro..isiunfirusfionc 2 truma blocks from Lake YOM U have< food th- tvrfect setting for this Owner will trade for other Orlando i Lyle wl'h Herman oondwtn Inc I9TH STREET, 1331 -
fut ,eD.r-o--S--Star-Ma Tryst rc-' irs Srlid .m. r-ns'r-j- .cit kitchen Spacious iwcuafr gjia to see n to appreciate It Completesfcru.3hed real es'ate n.>win. in .,K. Asher Broker 67" H Oran e. 9855 bungalow: f--'i-'

1.1..!;:.ow. .1H. npo'ton 21 Urger4 I I COLONIAL Isv,esr.t DR..d -4-tc3rnIhOe;r.b Siabie: foednle *.5-"r ga-aie ccc'1 :2-:'::0".+.S-P&?T!''=:fiirr.hert llt--s! 2 por.n; apartmentl Ttitairs ne3:' roo tr.lf=;s yo andsatft .r C.-.r. 24'h and$iiCfl Rio Oer Gr.neJEaKYVI a Clarke Tr.haicc In"u., 3 and bedroom offers"I rea rsmb: '.-.;.i'iaai-: ; hem.:byalie7i' J Ptur ORAGEAVE_P.01..s2'Jsi a Oft....in. Home t-V.M and I Sr1B7-7Hp8iO, ac at: .'-.1 If 8450cr rou baVe n. .'b 1W-C I r and, ; ii. beg;,' '. -

: or urs' coo rW..'! be "' .!-> 'r few d.- .. .-.fw" eTc. "Te. Sr.-.wn : '4C U, '
h"m. a .
APARTMENT-Sma-unfurnished tttaheff 1. the e !.1" 'T gs :?:so nc.iis ."\.r 1.e'.! .nd r.r. '. 111:2 bedroom ""D :, : ] I C 1. IT w'iKfar" \ i.> ,me f-i, ; .c I 2 re .'al at'5 Sr" * "* " aTrex ,
will Gardner Real Fsts'e 1. o.a. 'Cs- .r\.rd. Prlrea at 11'5OO. Itsa not .ul. .ompl.. rea- ft T. Realtor :i W Wash- ms for owner Poss '--'m Monda' b''ki".s., 'lIrw :. E _
.um. Orange m"F." Gets H r.
Boa 294 B-Star. Ime n.r".lbll. i Ate Ph. 1-4411 I.ull J-3176. Kit'redge. Realtor ,0 6-- c R Er-erlck R.altor. ."n.bl.: petrol for imsOrdlats sale hrowner. ngton 6'4. i HI OOO, i. rash King Real Estate. 30! e Purneti Broker ;7 g. Mala Phone
60 Orange Ave Tel '3." t. blocks off Kohl. E. Chunk; S43S. Or n Sundaya." 2-3063. (Continued On Next Fare



irrnthirl-S'tar 151 Hows for Sales Si!. Groves for Sale I 154.I Lots for Sale I 155. Country Property for Sale 56. Business Property for Sale I 60. Business Opportunities 60. Business OpportunitiesGROCERY i 69. Business Opportunities

lot ft.Ll7 OWNER LEAVING FLORIDA Sacrificing MATTLAND-*4 mile from post office TWO 16x16 houses
50x50 BA AND
Orlando Florida Hllh..J. I MEAT MARKET I 1.
W 31f b' __ 30 acres grove crop Included.practically . 10 beautiful lots each box sealed inside; electricity unit*. Harlow a Fredrick Long walk-m ,.
o.ntr lke 'Busle. !.s era concrete block ;on I.
all oranges beautiful block ft New residential Use available: 11 miles east on of for Headquarters. rdrlle.tr. '
PAGE 1VB( DEC 14 1947 10 .eton leat frnt pltntJ room exp.nln. 118 N. Or. electric vegetable .
nie. e.le. ira modern living quarter N2'.i P
of Temples Rex-McGiU. 128N. 2 lots. sell others Only cross I e.I. it
50 far this '
R.ltor proft. St.t so year
.upr hleh..J. meat .
Phone 4147.WINDBMZRE20 A. C. and : dlpl. reg acres bordering on lake Ideal t
Orange 1135 for.l l0-f. Iront.le. $ $195i I Price 522.500-Attractive terms E. 8 .
NEW AND MODERN- .ah. ister machine electric .
saw Tourist
. cottages. 3O orange
[Cont. from Preceding Page] acres' grove on 12. Open Sund. Av.. Winter Park. I i O.ne. Lk. D.vi Drive Burnett. Brokir 37 S M.1 Phone 1 1I and slicer G I.tion All for I Property nicely landscaped. TV' isI

-- --- Four-room bock bungalow partly furnished lake Beautiful home or camp site I 2-3063 ALLEYS.. $4.500. Vee I W. I an outstanding business locatlor . I
I' 00 10O x 1: foot lot on Very ..r. Win sell or t.de for BErn IL DIIION-. socItrus. I' FOR INSPECTION Sundty 2 Church Rm 12 5504 5 miles North on Highway 441 vI 'P

paved street within block of bus I other Make me an . I C.ste. I BEAUTIFUL PRIVATE LAKE I I ,I OPE Investment house-509 of the best buys In Cen I further information call A. T bter
51. Houses for Sale Immediate possession. ,i 75 acres including a 35-acre clean t S I |I GAS STATION and Accessory Shop 5.4
16.25. Nor 2- only I excellent alleys all I Carter 3-1622 Jamersom
SIde. Also new 2-bedrol bunlal., C.l .ekd., ''ORL VISTA-2 .dJolnln. high and and deep sand-bottomed lake IncaI Sumeli S tht SUDd.J atrnon bowling Forida' service Corner heavily traveled streets. I Carted Realtors12 S. Main

I completely furnished. . .. 14 ACRES-Fun tearing good condition I drJ. 10x12 rom. Electric. i iI I II I ion 20 miles from Orlando on hard- bedroom I. IUt but let Mr Orr 3 I pin-ball equpmrnt.; 50x98' .ountr I'I[ Long established year round trade |

fr.I. coin. Clean and Ne.t$11.-.I UmatlUa overlooking I available Ph 7593. priced I surfaced State highway Two roomy, I you how It U make you money located In m.chne. of a thriving I I i Investigate and prove It worth See I $1.00O DOWN A beauty parlor w .'3
POSSESSION Perkins lake Priced to selL Contact only $535 I rambling Art Ridge of Everett
pretty homes of equipped Shampoo unit new c
IMMIT :.0. SP r.nch-Jp Price $6 5OO. After Sunday town. Business netting over S7OO aol.t |
mo- ,
SWOPE. REALTOR East owner. Box "3. Eustis. Fla : I ern and Her : Wells. Broke. E. : era manicure table cold wave u <
6 call buys It all. ColoD.I
Email down p.Jmenbanee like Phone 5813 After hour ORWI MAOR2 .djolnll lots. portunity few deJI to : O'H.ra-More. 2-8 109 montbJ 11. 10.0 332&unbzii permanent wave machines. All '
Pine ;
Pne. I convenient
rent or unfurlhP I 100 ACRES well-60 in grove.t trees; e.eh Joy at any price cultural .:I 1 Exclusive with LANE BRADFORD: I!r I $3.000. Downtown location Tee > -IIHotco.
deep in
; pump Ave. Westminster
housl. S3000 and up. LMr.1 I II nun sec- I business cntet the best of good BROKER-1204 E. ColoniaL Phone GROCERY AND MEAT MARKET- Broker 6 W Church Rm Li
consisting mainly of low seedlings These
count for rash For real buys ry; i I tlon. lots priced at $1050 each bass quailhuntingeven NO Orange Ave 5504
and Valencias: no freeze damage for Immediate sale Exclusive I II with flhlnl. BLOSSOM 2-0233. I'I Established business -
2516 N
C. U. BROKER. ( ); 25 to 4O miles to ORAG! TAI that will pay out in
I, ; with crop $29 500; without crop Lane Bradford. Broker. 1204 E Colonial fine beaches and approximately $2800 DOWN will buy this in;r-lt
ocean salt-water
OrDe I THREE BEDROOMS-Brand new and $25.OOO. terms. 169 Winter ; I Large corner lot 135 a 130. A I one year Martie Williams. property Centrally located 2 apt-
I Ph o.ne 2-233 fishing Photos available
I total price Is only $10500 Oak Garden Pie $55- bal.ln.t I I Realtor 21 W Washington. Phone '
V ci
only I menu and extra garage room
large I 00000 cash Mr. Weems CoL 1.0.I 5106. ,
floors PALM TERRACE Beautiful
| : buildingsite .
thoulhout brez..J. Van Hoten Broker 6 W Chu .1Rm
lot bearing grove with modern lake view and lake Attractive Holden with Martie Williams Realtor
TWO DUPLEXES-Fine garage 30AC I
.p.rm.nt frolt. INC 12 5o04
1 75 wide Owner anxious to sell o ( home. For com prices Carl West Washington Street. Phone NEMAN-HARGI Rt.lor.
Rent per year :I -rol
income umP 'ede. .
1276. 8881 SALON I GROCERY. MEAT-Due to other
$22000 long the holidays and his profit on pl. see Gordon-Beck. oper 31 N. Orange: 2-42. 8106. W.shmtton. 638.I BEAU business, A CHANCE SELDOM OFFERED-On*
10.00 us. nil. Only $4. Brokers 340 N. Orange: 3-1676 I I mill sacrifice for quirk of ul 1
term See Bell. 2322 sa'e pr.eti.UJ I Orlando fastest growing re: :
o.ner R E, cash i payments $49 j BUILDING LOTS-Select your home D.ntw. five operator shop Just ', sale Uptown location see owner 147 stores is offered for sale sick or 4
Washington .
TO ESTATE-75-acre full Site in the Dubs- Nice furniI S Court St
completel redeer.tP.
month on balance McNuttHeasley.Realtors. SE .trct. ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL-The best only reason. Lease On Oraue
NEW frame furnished -, St. plus 100-acre citrus dread Country Club in 56. Business for Sale I fitr.. trr.za floor j Ave,
Washington Property If
W. buy you want a going busnin
on busy highway
6ROM-Wte I ; 200 ft
water; 2 lots; I 1 1 I land. $ .o. terms AU fruit from I i.u sizes Close in school but and frontage thl 2-bedroom modern bungalow I plenty room .xp.nslon I.s and like to work here your chsLie.

nice location; will take trailer in this grove h.been sold on northernmarket stores. Priced reasonably or I APARTMENT HOUSE-Close in near : completely furnished Priced I at $60 per month. Price $3500 i,I I GOLDEN HAS Tourist Courts- Groceries meats sundries hard are

trade. 1 block West Blossom GOOD HOM. pURrtSHED-Look under one "trade n.me" foryears. terms Jane Bros 235 N M.I; 7559I Lake Eola Beautiful garage frozen foods case Ice cream La- t
Or.nl at $6 950 for quirk sale C. P. Shum- -
Tri on 38th St I them make ofer. Your This will bear regld investigation -: ment and four nicely furnished .P.n I way. Realtor 140 N. 2-3282. I HARLOW Q FREDRICK-Business New an nicely furnished on state general stock of merchandise i .
K B. .pat Broker 118 N. Orange Ave Dial
C Davis. Realtor. 41 W. Or.ng. :
opportunity for a baul M I i' ments one of the best highway, One furnished unit for location and fine business for s.s-
CANT BE BEAT-large rooms.2 I Harmon Broker. 2- |I Ii I Washington: '30: WINTER PARK LAKE FRONTS tions Thl i and always enjoysan lo.- : ORLANDO-3 furnished apartment 8188. owner 3 other furnished double units one Box 317 S-Star

Iota screened. garden-fenced porch. Nicely:furnished.bus stores, i NEW 2 BEDROOM home; large Jot; ,, 53. Acreage for hale excellent rental Well worth investigating building Income $3OOO a year "23rd Consecutive Year in Orlando I I for tourists ZOO ft highway frontage MESSRS
Irult Corner Large lot. Owner leaving i{I Price $23500 which is under INVESTOR Contractor a-i
shade trees; lare screened porch; We have .beautiful building sites on I, Price $25 OOO with terms i owners
and 1 block of playpark I 1 I II Builder NBA ..
city only $15.750. A. C. cost Terms. golden opportji; 1
Lake Maltland not See Mr. Shepherd .
37th St. Rex Builders Inc. i many more on I Ters.
Want trailer 1026. 22nd I I I BIG. RAMBLING 25-acre corner on Folm-H.rold in a suburban subdivision. f CHills
le.r. this lake to be had make Realty Co. St Broker on
your selection Glden. Br.n.h ofn.e
Terms WubnltD I 1 1I '
fit I I I:I 2 er.roas Just 6'. miles from and build j Phone 5124 I (3'/a miles north of underpass). Court-With 1 furnished house for Park 34 little farms. SALE 4 NEAR room well tow. 1.750. M. J. Mos lter. I I'I I Open Sunday I BUSIE OPPRT Beauty I I!!I owners occupancy and 11 other with orange trees others with pir'
BOUSES furLP I' L DAV refrigera-'I I, Broker 132 8 : phone BROS.. lU AARTEN HOUSE-Close In East fou opr.tr. in a rental rooms in 8 other houses for on 37 acres surrounding a wee :a
homes for quick .a. 01 10.50.Jlve. eletc HL AGECY-Rratr& line newly FRONTAGE 300 ft 10do.ntw Jo.Uon. Price One house nearly finished $la o::
bus dec .
tor Bendix gas .to.e. venetian CROSS STATE HIGHWAY .. Or.n. RLOAD guests Frontage 600 ft on
acres Reese at
6 I wee. trees Or.nl furnished electric I 18.00. B. Dans Realtor. 41 W. 190. M. highway room for expansion. Total See the property 1 mile west ol

I, bd.tre.. Price to seU By la.ae.ah.de ower.I I of eor.rl. $on hlh.,2 Phone miles 8457 east 'I I kitchens Elevated lot with citrus : Phone 7305. I I O'H.r.-More's 836; 109 E Pe.I price $23.500. terms Leonard Corner on south sid of

EXCELLENT HOME with electrical 140O E GoreGOOD 38:0. Ower. Total OPA ceiling $24700 month or RAILROAD FRONTAGE 1 BEAUTY SHOP-Orlando a well' I Clarcona Road, Alice W Lockrm er.

eument 5 acres good ground. I I CANAVEA MRr IL- WINTER PARKS finest rldenUa i $185 OO with owners apartment Price : South city limits A.C.x I I established shop excellent.tI A C GOLDEN BROKER Branch of Broker Ciermont.ESTABLISHED .

1.50. McelnJ. Bro GARDEN LAND-Attractvie I, Arr.u. .re D.Y subdivision is Robert Dhu 118.0. about half cash will handle warehouse or factory; paved street tele air conditioned Eight bo fire on 17-92 <3fc, miles north of BUSINESS In live
ker 64 E. Celtnl; new two bedroom home nearly finished . 41 W. Washington aId Park at Park and Palmer Ave, Henry Broker 6 W. Church ; eight good underpass). Open Sunday growing town om
Approximate in
utilities; 250x300 ( Box 308 opr.tor. th.en.r-l.s. :
12 beautiful lots for garden w.te. t
I I David Realtor. St. Phone
TOWN201hSee our nue. Andre. 6:45.APARTEN I BuSnes $50O a month Address Mr Richaioa,
LEAVING r.I Irosml 140.0 pr'J..r.
line not
chicken farm etc Near bus ; :, CHENEY HIGHWAY .rrt. good Exclusive .Itnt I B Is Dixie
Sunday large sunny i HoteL Melbourne Florida
rms limits. This is anotherVan land T ouristcs bin trailer Jour
far from city i
I -A real bargain by terms cash balance
big high lota. Make u an Hoten Special this now 330 ft. on '. ', 3 CHOICE RESIDENTIAL lots. loci 10.00. GROCERY AND MEAT Clean
Se M.1 H.b. 1240. units owner; 2 with 324 frontage month. Must be sold as AND A BUSINESS -Orae
W. 22nd St. $8.500 with Van Hoten. with I Owner Ph. 7739 or HOUSEFou .cr. tt pr nice business Best of location.
ttrms. Vte Htr.n Ic. Broke 10. rt.trited. occupied on cross State Winter owner leaving Orlando See Mr. For Avenue location wIth taps.' i;' ::t
CUTY HOME And chicken Broker. 6 W. Church Rm 12 5504. 677 N. Orange: 9855_ 1 3: ____ __ ____ I b owner Variety rentd. 3 car Garden; tilled bleb..J. .en. tank Little with Harold Shepherd Realty sale or trade for Detroit property approximately seventy diner ..' -.
43J E
main highway Miller.GROCERY
lo.ted section on 14 miles- I I GOLDENROD ROAD-Special price on 150-FOOT lot backing up to Lakei garage,located in village 10 miles elect ric pump. attractive modern con- Co. 20 E Washington St Phone 5124 I pletely overhauled and in flral-:.2:1
Winter Gaden i Lancaster M J. Moss crp e block buildinz with plate glass I condition with new equipment ort
of good 5-acre for quick sale only i 1350. from Orlando See Mr. Martin with AND MEAT: good location;
from home OPEN HOUSES 2-5 P.M.- tr.c Broker. 64 E Cen Broker. 132 8 ; phone 6977. O. P Swope Realtor 60 East Pinepbonl iron;. ideal spot for tourist court reasonable; P15.2-4312. t cooking and refrigeration tiss.rc-
modern I
land 5-room McKelnJ. tourist homes |
garden I trailer park. drive-in restaurant store eourt guest Iro I taurant is doing about forty 1:3-:
nicely furnished with electric kithen 811 W. Winter Park Ave New masonry 1.80.rm I BARAN-Lt Davis suU D I 581.AARTEPerfec etc: quirk sale price $9.900: trrm err? aor.. rst.ur.nt or any business I|I GROCERY-Old established Meats. I sand dollars business a year T. t

24 citrus trees and 200 New I Clayton home. This HIGHWAY and lake frontage Hard- ; large oak I I C.1 138 Blue Wln Garden_ I .e us. "S.k t Spiegel I fish and poultry market Good years lease at less than $150 ;;r
shire laying hens If yon are seeking I home has style Dlen.d. attractive I to-find combination 190 ft on 17- Building wtih remodeling possibilities Whitney Spiegel Co. Realtors lease Illness forces sale $4500 cash month with flte-year option :

an attractive country home this is it The 72 ft lot gives you 92 running back to a beautiful lake Immediate possession Ph 737- condition. 4 TOURIST LOCATION- 706 Met.1 Bldg 2-3269. balance easy terms By owner Ph I renewaL Also a new tuc-roo':

for $10.000. Bee Mr. Little with Harold I plenty fe.ture. room i lno pond). One of the finest locationsfor M Winter Park I I Monthly Income :: ft on high..J. Low price for quirk I 2-2611. ask for Mr McFarland bath concrete block home on 1 I." jI

Shepherd Realty Co.. 20 1 Washington a tourist camp near n BY OWNER-Large lake front lot In $250 plus .unt. for bulcrcprompt sale 340. A. C. Golden Broker I by 210 These two can be b

6t Phone 5124 1571 Mizell Ave Winter Park New 1 Also new concrete bungalow.o AU :, city Umits: boating fishing and possession Clean. basement Branch ofh.e on 17-92 ((3'. mU. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY-Excellent GROCERY STORE and market in for $15850 with $10000 cs-I t; .:a

NEARLY completed 2 bedroom cement Masonry 5 room home with large 113.75. terms. Exclusive with swimming Ph. 8284 I Automatic oU heat 2 landscaped lot north of underpass)_Open S J neighborhood bakery with estab fine Lake County Well equipped doing balance monthly Call or sec : .
home. Lovely screened porch Large 118 E Robinson desires business Must sacrifice due to I Reese at Harra-Moore, 1O9 t..>t
block screened porch. ; Owner leaving Ushcd trade name Good
P tie b.th I O'le.l. R..ltr BUILDING X 172' Par Ave; fruit : 100 FRONTAGE on 17-92 High health. If Pine
.. Lot xH2. One S-5' F. interested Ph. 8004. Or | Phone 2-238O or 2-O83
easement J Stewart E Church
wno. ': shady lot. $975. 237:3.I near CountrJ Club and Re.ltr. 3 w., to main intersection 40 Business Priced at 11.60.0 for lando
block from Holden. Dn't miss 1 I II I TRAII-14 I bus line; shade tre. trees: 87888033.APARTMENT. x block building and quick sale '' I OWN AND OPERATE-Route cl 3
$9.000. Vet Van I and these homes If ORANGE BLOSSOM acres. .on.rt Mr Moffat with P.
ti. Drive by see I within two blocks: water depth a back street See O Swope GROCERY STORE and service station convertible nut almond canaschines
Church Rm 12 5504 i don suit you. we h..others 590 (t hl&h..J frontage more than Iro.rJ, piped In. buy direct from BUVGo In Ti Realtor 60 East Pine Phone 5812. : 2 apartments, i
teJ 400 ft Plenty of shade Corner fur- is in a section of the City "hl.h on corner lot. spare or full time). Bit tIngs ..- -
Bargain for quick sale available for Iptlon I ; owner. Rick. 101 E. Par Ave. lo.ton. of After office hours call 24080. $15.OOO cash Winter No
BY OWNER- trees One of Central Florida best : I IWO fished also large becoming a r.t.11 dl.trlc importance Garden Rd, experience necessary. a )
: 3 bedroom. 2Vi bath furnished N. Or- buys Very near Orlando ultra b.t penthouse Price $22.000. C.nn.ulb. Realtors i, across from WORZ station ph 2-2826. I immediate rash investment rea..'

home 823 Kene.de. COurt Ph, HARLOW Dial O FERC.. 118 sell right now Exclusive se Pnced Ju t. WANTS best homesites? 117 1 2-bdrol tile bath.ad and shower WashingtonArcade_ Phone 430825O GROCERY With Being I For Interview site phone BUS on

2-4874 I .De. I Caldwell with Asher Peter Realtor. frontage' very n..r Lake AdairOrlando Priced to yield 18%. O.De. 418 LANE highway frontage BUSIES OPPORTUNITIES-Filling I I I Very good income $10.500 quarters includ Write Box 3'7 fc-Stsr

SEE WELL-LOCATED houses; In .Its treat t live In Or.ndo" 12 S. Main: 2- 786. I s top Real value 3150. I II Broadway F. store building 3 cottages 4 nearby tow n. $2600 Roadside ing bu'lding. stock furniture Terms I UNUSUAL CHANCE to buy fine t.
$8.OOO to S10.000. CaUOould store $1650 $300O Chenau & J'nnmgs. .
in all dry miles Inc. hardware
acres HIgh. l'i Gro.rJ. Realtors. I eery and sundry s t
with Henry C. Douglas. Realtor Who will buy best bargain Large BUSIES -A new concrete con Clothing and shoes club 672 N. Orange 7234 '.
from I
ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL-16 acr.on I lakefront lot. 210x270 riparian I 4 stories with monthly town Ideal for service station .60 Sickness forces reduced price
2-322. I prominent just outside tourist court. etc Land value in- Clothing Shrubbery I quick sale Speak
corner to 5psI
P. I 16. 175. -
GARAGE APARTMENT 3 zooms.I I rights on one of the 1 argestan d rentals S225 Well located good rental HOTEL BUSINESS North Well
'INCOME on main hlgh- < City with 1600 feet on road > and business opportunity sure nurs. with land I | Whitney Spiegel Realty Co Rt .
HOM Needs repairs most beautiful 2 miles Orlando area $22500 cash. $10000 mortgage .rea
p.vf known and
2-car garage z established,
way. Lrl. store room below nice bath over Small I This is good property deelop $2000. lakes Can with Hurkel-ONeal. .. A good buy at 5850. terms 555. Package goods store S6OOO In one of : ton; 706 Metcalf Bldg 2-3269
'- above Buildtn almost good income pslbitr. I ment or investment See 3 c.sh b I Excusl1 2-3753. Hastings Realtor 62'2 Central . 6OOO General mecchandine. Central Florida thriving cities. On
new .pt Price $8950 and"r. I lot; lo section. from with Bettes Investment Co. 23 W.W..hln.ton duplc.t.d Rt.ltors: 18 Robinson: (Ar..dpl.' 4237 S550. Hardware store $5500 main thoroughfare Has 42 heated I NOTHING SHORT of a mint cc

Call Douglas with H P.BI.nd heart Orl.Ddo For quick aale. Phone 8513. i Floor business SfiOOO Country units running water each room, be better Retail inventory ot a,
Bi. Carrlgaa Bide. 672 13.:0. Yes Hotea Broker. 6 W. | Who will buy N Orange Ave lot? 57. Real Exchanged home and grocery S85OO Grocery large lobby dining room and kitchen proximately $10O.OOO. net app:. \ -

Rm 12. | I Fine location 65x145 for 11'cuh BUSINESS BLOCK-40 I N Orange Estate store 10.0. General merchandise Year-around business, If you mately $JO.OOO. Located on Flor: is

] O.nn55. HOUSES furnished or unfurnished Indifferent .2H AND 5 ACR parcels of land I Av. 2-story masonry now rentedat MEMPHIS exchange 3- b.lldlnl. .t"k and fixtures SIT.OOO. really want to make money on a main highway Health demands is 4
I Clarcona S5O down I Room for another TEYNWIl $13.->00 investment here First .-
sections and various [ R.d .eeton. Jim M. Caldwcll with Asher mODthlJ. bedroom h.r one equally store building stork and ls your good offer will buy this a
Easy Schwartz Petr.I building --property yet as fixtures $26000 Clark F Bryan Golden Opportunity Good lease Call wrecking company land bu;' I
911 N. Mills; as nice in Memphi Ph 2-3008
BOMZB FOR VETERANS Llndberg. Broker. Realtor. 12 S. MaIn. 2.0786.I _
prices. 655 Book Building Detroit 26 Michigan I now is this property represents a Busm.S Opportunities. 118'a E Central Mr Harper with Asher Peter. Realtor equipment etc U C. Tigner
2- 818.i i 12 $25000 HOME AND INCOME Will 12 S Main 2-0788 Asher
good V.T. net return on property Phone 2-O237 ; Peter Realtor. 12 S MaIn
100* loans available I We gladly invite your investigation ,, exchange for Orl.nd. property or 2-0766.
OPEN FOR INSPECTION Sun. Mon. 15 TRACTS-Not far from Orlando I 55. Country Property for Sale Trade with Swaid Geeslin will take half cash S Salem St. BAR AND PACKAGE STORE-Well HOTEL Sale by owner downtown t

sjAMMTB ICC. REALTOR I i i I and Tues. 2 to 5. 1405 West Prince ranging from 200 to 5.000 acres. Realtor 143 N. MaIn; Luis EusUs 1 established Proven money maker stores possible good inrome small SHORT AND SWEET'!-$1 OOO cash

Room 4 Cnt.l Acde: phone 7407 ton. Bargain: I CoUe. Fine for reforestation and raising BEAR LAKE-New frame bungalow. - --- Lease h.ens. furniture. fixtures and down payments, terms Inquire Box I -that is all You're in bu-ir' :ion

,, Park Pe-Xma le lot : bnstk Can be bought in single two bedrooms bath living room. TEN-ROOM guest home. cos In fine stock of liquor All for 1100 2M S-Sta, I 17-92. close in, U C Tigner a '..

I I i one thlII": section best tr..ts as a whole rheap See H E kitchen and dinet e. breeze.ay. attached Go income. Clean n.. c.o plus Inventory Information at OHI"t Asher Peter. Realtor 12 S Mi a
BUNGALOW S values. Open Sunday Monday and Wheeler with Harold Shephard Realty garage screened front porch BLOCK BUILDING-WeU located on Trade for suburban only ".m" J. Harkett Realtor HIGHWAY LUNCH STAND Beer 2-0786

rom&. furshe.B.lWu I I Tuesday afternoons for your convenlence Co. 20 E. Washington St Phone On front lot. 80 ft on lake CltJ corner M.I par 30 X 60 ad property Box 318. Bt.r. Shell J31vd. Opposite ACLRR potBOSWhl.14 license etc Owner will transfer _

1 1874 frit tes, Mr. Breen will show it 5124 _ _ _ by I.Jt I deep Sand beach 6 miles 25 X 40. .500. 0 C. :::: to 15 years old. for lease for $"OO. believe It or not! This FOR large BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
or small call T M Harp'-
lundl. Stewart Realtor. 30 E Church 9788SO33 is an excellent opportunity for
Dr. Winter $7000 i I from 2 to 5. After that call 0 Harra- from city limits Electric llgh s. pump Beach Property paper routes. Apply with
Prk. 35 ACRES FENCED Kissimmee 57-1 Exactly advertised Asher Peter. Realtor. 12 8
on as nothing
Moore 109 Pine i and mater heater Price $o700 $3OOO Mr Woife Circulation
HOME-3 lots; extra cottage: terms 2-0846 E iI Park Rd.: high dry land electric cash balance $30 per month. Inquire LET ME SHOW YOU how .n Innstmem tine! office afternoons 3 to Dpt.. S.. more to buy See Wm Mathews with I Main; 2-0788

. 1886 Cornell Ave. off Clay St. 2 to I lights on hard road Box 774 St.Cioud James A Veal west side of Bear I of 91700 and $10 month In aduprx J Daniel Kolar Realtor. 206 8. Main; OPENING AVAILABLE for distributor
i pm DOUBLE DWELLING- Brick AND Ph 2-4388
los In Lake Owner __ BLOCK ON 17-92- I ; .t Cocoa Reach should afford CUSTOM-MANU'TRISG of InternatIonalSfamous line of

MUST SE.dJ this week Brand construction hardwood lifetime floors rof.tile.pelu. 40 ACRES-Bear Head Rd. on new FARM 8O acres with you a furnished home for hfe. Pul- in last 6 mon'ns Business,.omplete income -- quality carbonated beverages in Orange -

n.rm bath poneo rom. bypass across from Daetwyler Nursery cE-L" conveniences.- 3-bedroom 2 stores and 2 furnished apartmentswith >iphe Realtor. Cocoa Bach with ; and ;ding and Seminole Counties
furnished we -
to suit See 1418 ,, apartment m.chlt t4' INFANT AND CHILDREN Man familiar with soft drink trade
electric highway SHOPDowntown
deorte electricity; running water; reduced frame residence exceUent | Uthen. llf. equ' 4 590 Located in -
25th 8t t p.m Call W inter i Modern kitchen equipment. Large from $3000 to $3500 for quick and eonlton frontage .800. WATCH COA-BEACH-pnlnl nhtral Florida ... .. in and around Orlando preferred
I I plot of ground with citrus For aI Electric pump telephone; i on th $ coa on but Set required
Park 9i real plus sale Trade for good car C. D Blount- room; tool house with extra shower terms season 1 S Highway No. 1. In location ready to wear
I I I home Icome. investl.tetla house 1 block from $8.OOO rll, clothing from Infants to 14 Exceptionally good opportunity for
Ph. 2-2883. Tractor I l.ch. years
__ Good barn-fuU of hay phone number and appointment
M S Vereo.e. Re.ltr. furnished $1.700 down like dr. In the right man Distributor to f';r-
Phone and farm equipment 14 head of A. C. GOLDEN BROKER Branch on Write Box23SS-Star. girls sizes to 10 years in boys.
OPEN HOUSE TODAY-2 to 5 p.m. Eat St '83. I i $50 DOWN-9'4 acres 5 mIles Apopkaon cattle 16 acres young crove part 17-92. 3 54 mie. north of und.rp.s.Opn rent. Pulclpher Realtor Cocoa Beach Several exclusive lines Caters to nish his own truck Address BOB

DOCTOR HOME-This deluxe three- I paved road. $675 P. O Box bearing aU included Frn I . I rUNTYSTOREGnprl mer end has the hichest class clientele 266 SStar.EARN .

Ave. 1235-North on two-bath house with 1350 Orlando. fenced Running d.n I II I 5*. Real Estate \Vanted colddrinks Good lease at $9O per month Attractive $200 PER WEBK Salary-Me-

C.ntl east 1 blok Come M mo'dmble closets than a Xmas I i .ros through property On highway and I auto suoohts. oil and gas store 15'x70'. Price $3.000. Lean Trucking Company Inc W.i-
C.ntoa Room for
housa lne well landscaped tree .hlhs I beautifully built. school bus line 4'' miles out. Quick ,' CORNER BUSINESS LOT-On W. I i i I Doing 10 traier. laree parking 5-year plus inventory of merchandise, ston-Salem N. C offers young men

lot in a good nellhbrho. 2 spacious romJ. and convenienllylocated GLEN HS ACREAGE pssion Price I less than a ctJ Central 60x1 SO ft. with 20-ft alleyin I .p..e. Reasonable. rent opines jSOO Clark an opportunity to go into business 11
bedrooms and .Iepll prh. plentJ for or businessmanwho .cr. 6 acres for $675 hous. terms Howard Price $3000 terms Clark F. APPRAISAL LISTINGS WANTED 11t.se F Brvan Business HARLOW O FREDRICK Business 1 themselves We sell yon a 1948 Mr '.1.1I t

closets and .p..e. needs t be near Orange Memo 1 Oacres for $850 10 acres for $975 M. J. Moss. Broker. 132 s Bryan r.a.owner. 118 E. Central: phone '' 118', E Central OtJrnntl.S. Broker. 118 N Orange Ave Dial I L. J. Mark Diesel or 1948 Model CjJ
Insulated .It rock wool. WeU furnished rial Hospita Price S25.OOO. C.1 10 acres for S15OO with 3OO Mam: phone 6977. 2-0237 Appraisal by Certified Appraiser List phone ._ 8183 Autocar Diesel Tractor We give h'S
. pueSion. Pie. 11.5. Miss .ith O' .- 2-836 I age on hard road A C I CABIN SITE-200 feet on Highway with an old established competent a three year lease contract EarnIng

We invite you I 109 E ___ Broker. Branch on 17-92. 3*Glden 17-92. 70O feet deep to big lake i, CLOSE Be IN-H block from Lake Eola courteous fum.NEMANHAGIS. CASSELBERRY BEAUTY SHOP 23rd Consecutive Year In Orlando" sufficient to pay for truck in three

p.m. Exclusive Sund.J Bnet north, of underpass. Open M. J. Moss. Broker 132 prompt and thorough in your I Completely telephone years not including salary Tr taI
A Bonnett. 145 ; DUL LKEI-I you want I S.nd.J. i 1350.; phone 6977. s I inspection of this 4-unit apartment INC.. Rt.ltora Winter eq.pp Ple.s. I sold to owner-operators only the Old ; | A good proposition for ,
I 8881 Down payment of S25OO required Apply
I, S'e some of the space of the :I CUNRYHOM and-poultry-, both tier and seUer Price $25.OOO I W.shmltoa i iI i __ __ __ MICCO FLA.-Modern Texaco fillIng to: McLean Trucking Company,

PI.ntton see this fou-rom, T..le miles east Let us .you this property and : I I I CAFE-Nire fixtures stock beer 11- station 14O ft on both sides Inc Wlnston-Salem North Caro na
VETERANS BUY A HOME-For the '' hous. with its wide overhanging 53-1. Ranches and Timberland from center of to.n new modern you the judge See F eense Livlnc quarters for coupleI26o0 U S No 1. 5 acres land 150 mixed
wife for a Christmas present: a rof tile floor porch bungalow beautifully furnished. with "I b Co. 19 E. G. ACRES homes busln.s and troves Call Bill Douglas "'h H F fruit trees. betfrom frame bunsa A REAL BARGAIN BY OWNER-A

$10.000 home for S9.250 if sold by sitting among stately oaks and slender 20 acres of land. equiped for poultry ; Ph. 2-R..lJ. Buyers "a it ing. Courtney Realty Boland Realtor CardIgan Bldg 672 low brand new 1-room and bath fully equipped modern restaurant'

Christmas: Inquire at 1433 Haven Dr. palms on a t r.cP lot measuring CAT RANCH-15000 acres with and rabbit raising Good business 392 N. Orange dial 2-2471. N Orange: 2455t.CSEINenl. cottage hot and cold water Butane doing a nice business In FloH 'a t

Ph. 6787 owner: terms almost an are eroWd There hleh..J and St John River opportunity here at Call COLNlLTWN SECON-ue.t ; gas flowing well All of this and fastest growing city in the rrr's

A BED OF ROSES without the thorns'4bedroom are two brom and down- Improved and .being M. Morski with 115.0.Moore. ho.se. bd- ACRE.'GE BUNGALOWS large or.m.l. I 51.ton. Mr.Best Was5cr buy more too for $17600 Terms C B i belt Regular dinners short ordrs
baths 100
and bath up operated See Hale Dean with 109 Pine rooms garage apt in demand Write 1275. Davis Realtor. 41 W Washington. {sandwiches beer Uptown Two m 1rn -
bungalow Walking distance -'' stairs..t.lr. Oak Mdrom.floors Bete. E _ _ _ lot $9500 cash will handle Illness Lktront.. for details Kig Estate 30 I bedrooms fully equipped w;:aVrivate
pine Investment
UP. Co. 25 W. Washington H.smc. Re.ltr. 7305
town .tr. school ch.rhe., Handsome modern dow.. Phone 8513 CLOSE TO CITY-15 .crt. North: 5 forces owner to seU Lola Royal 62 ,! E. Central (Ar..d ); EChurclE.5435.Open Sundays"COUNTRY I I bath Hot water gas heaters
and home for gra in old I 423.FOR
lk. view front an dresr. You Lke I ace bearing grove 2-.trJ Broker. 5O6 Highand: 2- 872. MILADY SHOP-Housekeeping accessories -Entire building paneled in old b:'kry -
living $15000. some terms D baths large SOREHad..rir Preferred location Well
I, rant go wrong on this at $22.500. fre l CLOSE TO LAKE EOLA-Apartment IMMEDIATE ATTENTION and ceries colored ply wood One se,".in
with Asher Peter
C. Place large kitchen 2-car | established business lease Excellent
Tle CaU Col with 0 garage house; furnished 3 units. Rent $75 mo. Sacrifice S5OOO Roper renting for $48O per year Restau 'anf
: 2- 786. Re.ltor.l Har.-More. 54. Lots for Sale room on paving: nice lawn and t n."I results list your prop.nJ .lt opportunity Inquiries Invited A
1 2- 836. 109 E Pine .bve. < redecorated and Lower 6 Martle Re.IJ. Church and Main: 2-3433. I renting for $1200 per year A w-a-
BANG HAT HERE : shade arrange apt for In.om.: P.ltd Wii.m. bareain at $4350 Wilbur Strickland '
3 derful opportunity for *
rooms one or one or
YOU AMELIA AVE. W.-Close In. 50x110 rice location for poultry truck and b.drom. 8106
Broker 23 W Church 6675
bungalow 5 ;
down I rm" 511. Lake County Property I two bedrooms for extra Income: upper i II couples As an Investment a bares
Sunshine Park nicely pasture $11 SOO. terms Sam JohnsonCp I
9 .SJu.o: : Stf sell.I: i I 1r.r Ior. Another E. Je'- .. 208 SMam. 2 apt* 2-car garage: fruit Prescnt DRUGS-SUNDRY MARINE SPORTS SHOP Boats Land building equipment a i ci
Im ;e MAGNOLIA lake front I.Dd..ped.ferson S9.0 Princeton Income $225 month. See this for HOUSE WITH rooms or apts. About SORE I I kickers all kinds of fishing equipment away for quick sale price $95OO Ca.'
S78OO Very good terms C Tignerwith : SHDE. 60x10. COUNTRY PROPERTY 5-room furnished S7.5OO Condition not con- All in modern build FlaIP .
home. every d School dos In property Home and Income e.s. With living quarters Idea! location new new 88-744 Anburndale
$750 '
Asher Peter R ator. 1 S. M.I: furnished or unfurnished 2 ..r.a t.l I II' Many Norh. Loren Dunn..orn.r.Broker house about 2 acres fine $16.000. terms Sam Johnson Co.. sloered S-Star ,I good fixtures and nice clean stock ing located in Winter Garden near YOU ARE INTERESTED in a y-sr

3-0788 I' less 18.50. $10500 or $14300 Call Ph 2-1269 garden land Price 1550 OO Some. 2G8 8. . _ _ _ _ _ HOMES GROVES. BUSINESSES .- Wonderful proposition for couple. Lake Apopka with large repair department round business with less than $] -
White Tavares | terms F B Lynch .MC Bailey.Realtor. CLOSE IN HOTEL-Income $850 pet Contact C. B. Realtor 41 I Price wen equipped Long lease 000 capital For quirk sale In -hI.
bun..low.1 I' o.ner. 1. ANDERSN .ST E.-North side of Ph 4767 30 E :r St I month. Completely furnished. $12 W. Washington Davis.; 3305. 8.80.BARLW I moderate rent Flock Sll.000. Franchise gate this Box 249 S-Star
Bargain for sale Open Sunday
quick Johnson ruo'ors Century
5-room I III I on
MOVE new 0 PRFTRICIC-Busines
000 .sh. balance 1150 month.
I th Owner 1411 E Amelia.BEVERLY I p..blt Dumphry Barbour. Alumina Craft PLACES OF Bt1SIN&-44t; al Ice-
Nice Included CLOSE TO CITY LIMTTS-e-room 118 N. Ave Dial
SU King Real Est.t E. Church. 8435.
priced Henry Dug
OFR 3 h..e and Htzzins boats Priced for quick son ably
Spring cost more SHORES-Protect Lot 100x150 8188.
I Jours bung.lo. Terms Open Sundavv'CLOSE foi 2. 3 and bedroom home 2 3223.
pe5 las. Realtor ph -
Only $ o5"ht Mark JI' Louis against depreciation $20OO rash balance monthly Price I sale, $15000 LA. Grimes Broker
N Bonnie-Breeze A few choice lakefront home amid the IN Gunt House-Just oft in good locat.os Call W. B. l.h. P h. Winter Garden 2. IS A REAL makict
Oeeslln. Realtor. new homes In $8900 Herman Inc Broker 23rd Coec Titivt Year 'n Orlando HERE money
and view tracts priced G.1 Orange Ave Poss' returns ol olson Realtor. 2-1619. 14 S. Main St.
II I.k this beautiful area. Choice large 677 N. Or.nl. : 1 NEWSSTAND and luncn counter doIng business; beer wine gas ar:
I IOP to seU per or more With Own "
homesitesavailabiestressonableprices. .30 mont. I Win email grocery on highway to
a good business sell business
or heavy business buildings COUNTRY HOME for sale 4 bedroom. cash required
F.tOI Phone 23129. Walter W. Rose 150 GKOVfcS-HOMES-BUSIN Lfst alone or with building, Terms Pine Castle new air field: stork '
want to rid labor 2 lake fruit 8 miles from DRIVE IN RESTAURANT-One of
o( Lola Royal 2 672. the
b.tb. -
lt Investment Co your property with Can
49 N llvlni K
i Orange Ave .ggesve R.Itors. I ran be arranged Wr"e Box 175 St ntture and quarters
b"SIi immediate I
I and and : best locations' within the limIts
headaches life lo.n. city -
INSPCCflON-2 to 5 Orwm Manor office 3356 N Orange sion 872 posses CENTRAL AVE.. W.-Close in: large Chenault Jenrng Ic.. Cloud Cia.ORANGE bought at amazingly low price r
I Box Orlan
FOR P. ness in a small thriving community only and grossing S120O per week
Prnclp.1 NOrange Ave Phone 7234 I
Avenue lot; room house; food location quire 1 mile south Pine Castle B.
and Kentucky.One we have 2 excellent buildings for I| do I Good long low rental excellent
Frmo. It.S. '
I I bus station 3 iots. $9OOO Owner 9973.EEWATDR LISTINGS W ASTEnent.IUna.. gen s Filling Station
light manufacturing that are priced BYWoDNea CELERY FARM 20 acres: 1st time 'elpment. Never advertised
block South of F.lrb.nk 4-bed extremely low lot. O.ne 1866 Cornel offered: located In Sanford best Several choice E. P. before Exclusive with Clyde M.Kenzl. RESTAURANT Netting TOUR MONEY back this season oIlS

room home Ununshed. n spa- Eustis; Do you really want a home .. off CI.J St. t 5 p farming section AU tiled and in high I in this fast St. phone 6651. Broker. 104 W. Central An. better than tlOO per week Percentage a service station and restauSelllne '

clous rooms familyLarge I you can brag See this one BEVERLY SHORES--100 lot amid state of cultivation: with a modern : growing section available 50 to 10 LISTINGS WANTED-Homes. groves.renteis. 275.I lease Unusually good opportunity en account of Illness Cni ;
lot. fruit $10.500: .but ft ft frontage Can be bought on for only S4aOO See Mark with Louis Holly Hffl Service Station DavenFla ,-'
Plenty Let sell
corner Splc and span s homes in exclusive home of hollow tile construction; lifetime I you your > DRESS MAKING and alteration well I
.morDII' b.utlu
Terms C. R Emerick Realtor. 610 sun 6 lovely rom. 1.1- 1 section 12.80. We have roof and nicely furnished; 2 car !terms Paved street sewerage and I property Hall I ar:Agency. 112 N. I I I established business Located downtown Geeslln Realtor 143 N Main; 2-1464 ._ _ _ _ _ _

Orange Ave. TeL 7348 age with 2 storage rooms. Grounds other choice loin P.rk I.r.le nd b.r bearIng citrus trees aU utilities Carrigan and Boland.Inc. i i Orange dial 5189 Orlando Will sell for S5OO Vet WITL SACRIFICE my bnslne : ::

N.1 b.utlulJ landscaped Here Is where Lake Davis section and I and nicely landscaped I..n Illness .. owners; 672 N Orange; Carrtgan I LOTS WANTED-North section of I I Van Hoten. Broker. 6 W. Church. Rm oil groceries meats for quirk

castles become a reality.is.000. Heights Cavenaugh. Realtors. Washington forces owner to sell Price $35.OOO Bldg; 2-4551 to.n Suitable for duplex as to restrictions 12 5504 RADIO SALES AND REPAIR Shop- at below replacement cost Wn' F

$ Arcade Phone 4308 with terms F A Allison. Realtor 37 GflEST HOUSNea lake Due t I of record and city sonlngP I FISH Lake S2.000 cash for quick sale, The Inventory 303 S-Star

I EustL. Spanish type bungalow S W. Washington ill he.lt. lul' sU. 6 bdrom& : O Box 2949 i ka; CAMP-L.ted on App 1 covers the purchase price 1 HAVE A BUSINESS thee a c'.'.: *

OPEN FOR INSPECTION425 rooms b.t. nice lot pleasantly to I COUNTRY PROPERTY SInce b.th. living room ding rom. LISTINGS WANTED-We have the I and toilet.h facilities. ; nice.oklne.owners.ho.er.residence I David Andrews Realtor Winter Park or family of 3 or 4 could rer a '

E. Gre An-Sund.J 2 to 5 P.M. cated in very good condltlon BIG LAKE CONWAY 1918." Ask Asher Pete. Rt.ltor.NHe breakfast nok. .reenP buyers I you have the property I dock and protected harbor I RADIO SHOP-Good location; w'U handle profitably and does nn' rr-

i, 66.500. prob.blJ knows." M.ln. porch corner lot. Call A. Carter Jamersonand boats motors and other necessary I equipped; good stock parts; bargain quire more than $5500 cash Pr-' '
New price C. R Emerick. Realtor Eustis Colonial type horn lakeview Rave nished including has 2cargarage 31622 and th- f -
yon seen Conway Gardens FLORIST'SPARADISE Five-acre lnen& Carter. 12 S. M.I. equipment City water electricity gasapproximately ; account sickness. Ph evenings 4O37 owner la making money
610 N. O.De. 7348 3 nicely furnished .parment. Every lot in th new subdivision 1 country place in Seminoles richest j and garage apt I 2H hiith ground for expansion Is unlimited On ai
I Lovely yard 9 has lake fed Parrels Broker. 8561 or 4328. 1 I .r. count of sickness owner has tn T
rom 2\ I soil section with two acres sub-irri SALES LISTINGS WANTED; shade trees ample room for expansion -
Home fruit. This Is both and Select your lot nowl Drive out 'o.J. gation handsome fruit trees papayas GUEST HOME-Easily duplex. FrI I groves. and lota Bome.may :I ; one of the better camps .n( RADIO AND ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES tire Dial 3-1622 A T Carter Jar'i-r

EXCEPTIONAL HOM investment I Inrome Complete with furniture Follow Conway Ro.d and lok and other fruits sheds and tool room nished. 10 rooms moer 2 b.th. depend on f.rms our experience on YOI correct priced to Itl at 14.0. H cash balance son and Carter Realtors 12 8 v: -

Large corner blocks from 815.000Eustis our sign Just V. De south of the artesian well handsome lawn and 2..1 ..r.e. handling of selling details our mortgage t b .r.nR.d at -<. WOULD YOU LIKE to own your 051

business center Good rooms and As colonial as Wllllamsbnrg Con".J CleeRXMCI shrubbery three-bedroom .ttr..tve right to moneJ. Worth investigating loans In oir selling power Phone Dan Stie.. .19 Guernsey and Store modern up-to-date Service business? Grocery frozen rils'a'

b.th WeU built and ne.lJ deor.tP.. Dignified 12 rooms. 3 baths large l home. bulb pl.nt already lt Terms Harper with ; r.s Realtor; 15 W. Green Inc Rt.ltor. 21 E. Central I Department. 1946 Chevrolet panel Venetian blinds restaurant rean .

front porch 2-car garage attic basement with furnace 2 car RATRbe..I.l soon ready market. Price Asher p.tr. Realtor 12 8. M.I McNut-H..sleJ.. STATION I service truck Well lighted 25x100 wear gift shop drug store I'a I

is ideal for converting into an .p.n garage with servants house. excellent Alent. Or.nl. tn. I $12.500. terms Call Dana Humpferwith 2.786. I! FIG house 4 smallor-t.o I' building with all new fixtures which park hotel apartment commr :1'

ment Also 1-room cottage tn rental close in. Top lo.ton $18.-. Harra-Moore 2-0836. 109 I for building Bee us for your choIr investments
r.r. soo E GUEST HOMEF.clnl one of OrianOne SUPER ACTION We want good able for quick sale Owner 1703 10th serve to provide the best display
.000. aood terms Bam A. ; Pine 1' I
$14 from tlSOO to $1 non
Hut lakes W.lklne'dlst.n.e St St Cloud.FILLING I II the sparkling new appliances to
Mount Dora Mice 5 room bungalow elot value listings for quick sales Phone
Broker 56 E. I COLLEGE LAKE FRONT to everything 12-room house I firm baa C exeliulv Georgia von Schiller Realtor "1 r
C.ntra 3186. I with I bath large back yard with PAK LT9. 1.0. country hOle. 2H as Noble Smith Real I which the
2 BEDROOM homes miles from city limits. Modern 1- of lifetime construction AU large t.J. Et.t I ATONbulnts franchises Owner says he has more
NEW FRAME. lovely shade House In food condition 11.0. K.I. Av. DI.ne7. 124 ; 6911 1 section In WILL START young man with 'u'
well constructed with hardwood ,,185. Dr. Dear Lake story ranch type 2-bedroom residence.Landscaped rooms beautifully and expensivelyfurnished I I.y maker CltJ.couple pltnt trafr.living I than $10.000 In new merchants on ability and good car in prof:'i''-1

floors attached garage TorouebJ 88.750.Tavarcs.. Pleasant large S room and ; 185 2 lots East Concord near Bumby lawn 4 acres rich land Income by OPA $9OO !, WE HAVE BUYER wanting. Iron.. I Rent not to exceed $50 floor 5-year lease at $100 per month business No capital required for reliable
Open ,. 1 70.5. Osceola near Lake Lancaster 200 f on I.re lake 11.0.Owner mont This is a high class property business month Qu.r.n lease $4250I $22.500 takes all. This will stand party Call Mr Nathan SI
moen. to. Drv bath bungalow Metal roof corner Immediate sale list with F A. Allison. on
Sam Johnson Co.. 208 will .
block be .
t OhiO. one I 1.5. trading Income purchased on any reason I Exclusive O C. Stewart. Realtor 30 rigid investigation. San Juan Hotel Mon. or Tues D'
lot. 2 fruit Realtor W.
from $7500 to car I.r.s. .er.l S. I Asher able terms For details price i 37 Washington snjT
to Peter Realtor. 15th and 16th between 11 a m
I ISte".r I I .
P. proprJ. E
K.rl. Church 9788-8033
$ down See Mr.Orrsoire *" qc.ck I you want this one. $4.- foot lot. Cheap 12 S ; 786.I please come o'u office and see :: I WE DO NOT promise t sell but we _ _ HARLOW O FREDRICK Business pm

on Premises A. T. roo CLGE PAR with Harold do promise to work on any house FROZEN CUSTARD-WIfI sacrifice a Broker. 118 N Orange Ave. Dial
D.vi owner 6675. home furnish Sh.phed I FURTHER SEARCH IS A WAFTE f
Broker 33 8. Phone 1 Um.ti. lake front. S rm.. b.th cash a I LKEFN-Moern ; B .. large or small or other property profitable business; all .eulP!, 8188
M.lf 314.OLE large lot home .ltTUS $ . COLGE PARK 67-ft. frontage; with b.nn fairly priced that you list with us ment due to other Interests. time if you want a busncvv
W. J. KISTLER Post Of- I sewer paved. 12OO block I grove and farm land 4 to GUEST HOME-Nicely furnished well Washington 2 apartments above Grocer?
tire BIde. REALTOR. Phone .Ide.al$1200 Hastings. Realtor. desired Box 133 Oakland Fla located. 2-story frame guest home I''H r Boland Realtor Carrigan Bldg. "23rd ConsecutIve Year la Orlando"RESTAURANT and meat market combined All r'i

H IT-Under t6500 il 391 P Esti.. & 1148.I Forid.. I H.n.rd. (Arcade); 4237 1.1 S berom house t good condition; I I I 672 N. Oranee; 2-4551 FROZEN CUSTARD Ice cream busl-j equipment furniture and bui r1 -
R NO. OF furne oak tile roof; i FREE APPRAISALS on your home. ne. Living Cu.ren and .. Location Is good and Improving ran
you cannot afford e hlhr priced EXPOSITION PA 40 lots $125 WI PAK-ar modern tile estate het Ask for.- H.r, We will eves you an estimate free Room for t.bl . and delicatessen. JoAnn I Idly Price $25000 plus Inven T

1 .. Termi On each houl. I _ch Tem. Lne wit Herm.nGow1 bunl.lo..3 rmblc 2 tUe old V.11.0.CondeR.ltr.. 37 J Central I ef charge on the current market I ness Good season approaching Nocompetition. I *. Priced right for quick sale stock See Gee F Bra Remit c,,
Inc.. Broker Orange: bdroms b.ths Near schooL Lease. Will
61 1 floors tile shingle ; value of your property No obligation Exclusive Courtney Realty. 392 N 19 E CentraL Ph 2-3155
Groves for SaleI I
2-bedroom home. Porte etcher.. Deep I 15 ; ..ls ab.to. Phone 7811 Wm. Mathews with J. r.sn.bl.. Write or see Mr. I 2-2471 .
rof. Electric Uthen NI.el, land HIGHWAY 17-92 Modern tourist II.U Orange: BE YOUR OWN BOSS-TJn,' Ilt
8855.LE North Pole. 708 8.I
lot. nice 85500. FRONT fine bomealte lake good home. 8 units 4 baths plus owner. I I I Daniel Kolar Realtor .Te emplormen rI
l.tOn I COS WAY-Nice 10 acre grove 2 LT2 ..p FntIe bt St.. Pta I II SUNDRY STORE If yon desire a pleasant outdoor
bouses 2 miles from Orlando one lt. 40x200. eOlnnence. Quck plslon 119.50. cottage Completely furnished and HIGH LOT-Suburban. shade trees: I nourishing business ideally situated -I men out of work and have car' *
. 2-bedroom prewar bunga'ow! Citrus I beautiful 8 room modern home fur- No tax Very r.en.ble. Ca M. J.o. 10. Brkr. 12 S M.I equipped SOO ft. highway frontage ;: no agents. st.t lowest cash price FILLING STATION GROCERY Hardware with new fountain and fixtures I tablish and collect instalment rolr 13

trees landscaped $S290. I I attractively landscaped: one 2-2170. phone $20.000. C. P. Shnmway. Realtor. 140 Box 298 SSta 'I Soda Fountain. Clean at plus an excellent line of drugs and Colored communtfles for the cc-'

Dhe. tenant house perfect condition LAKE DAHIH 2 adjoining N. Or.na 2-3262 GOOD LOTS give tr.ctv.buse.grossed $20.000 last sundries at a reasonable price call tional Atomic Health prepara' io'

2-bedroom Garage New section -om$27 500. Ph 2-2933 lots 5 : paved street. FINE CASTLE 4-room house 10 ; HIGHWAY 17-92 -4 nicely 193S WA coupe WI. Lane I year Wl 3-year-lease. which Smith with Henry Burcb. Bis Kuhl. being sold for first time 15reto

growing rpld. $6490 < aU Improvment .anlce. $900; acres Paved road elec- I I equipped double moer. construction with Herman Goodwin Inc Broker. .tok. equipment and fixI 2-1090 I I homes Investment required $144
a acres fuU-wa. owner I I I can also I which starts yon in business of yo j
GROVE-HOME' triclty tue. Pce 15.50. Popn
A. C. GOLDEN 51.Orlando . lake Imo.ndw McKenney attractive architecture Ac.commod.tln 677 N. Orange 9855 : E SUNDRY STORE-Located in growIng I I Orlando and Central
BRlR. 121 floe'ilnf' n -
16 2 LAKE OSCEOLA-Winter Park; an Broker HI..J. 2-7144 for 24 SOO ft. home In fllre. community; wonderful opportunity ,, own '
AveOpen $ t.r 5-room bungalow lu..t. HAVE 2 or 3-bedroom S Burnett. Broker 37 S. $100 weekly If "-I
wIte MST Florida qoi
Sunday Pak I.nd eleectric kitchen. outtnd'l value on the chain of TAMPA. FLA.-10 acres. 6 acrea in bllh..J. ft on lake neighborhood, with I 2:3063. Ma Phon| Sandwiches off sale beer etc write Atomic Dial F Op
broma b.h interview
Immediate I.ke. hh. well drl.d. new boathouse Valencia oranges. 4 ...in chlcktn beach NlcrlJ I.nds.p I I I payment Call Vee Van Hoten"Er : Derives substantial Income Bargain For. 'le Miami rmmedWery
i possession. hire lo.tP at Dr.: runs 4--com house. furnished: ed lawn. .b.olutr I,I 6 W. Church Rm 12. 5504 I fishermen' for quick sale Owner leaving for i
Fit inelude.
countrv home. Jones price : own brocer or own 200 included; $12000 first class P..It motr- FISHING CAuA camp North Ph 9400 ONE AMERICAN SAWMILL BS'h'1-
IN A 6 EXITS Q. p.ll : er 391-M .hlrkPT lets cndtion '' suitable can M.t direct route fromOrlando I eo Contractors Variety W --I.
BUt WtnterJFark Orlando 'NE UGENY-Hous err
with M J. Moss Broker. 132 Foroa w.ntIe te .tp Fountain lunches I
bord 6 furnished ,
eore lot 145 ft on Main phone 697. LOTS LOTS 2701 O.ner'$ r business necessitates b I On Lake Apopka Beautiful Owner I worker" with 12' and 14" ssw fdsdo
LOTS DubodreadCountry Excellent location SI2.OOO
paved Iteet lush citrus trees returning north reduced Down payment over grounds Good Income. Furnished *. 8' Jointer and mortlc-r w'h
.. with large rooms Club Section-Golf view 1 ACRE-Lovely. with aU imm.dl.teIJ. SammIe Franriseo Realtor cabins outboard dock says will make $1000 per month Her
GROVE-4 acres 305 seedling trees Price 13.00. boa.ta> motors I attachments criolete wl h 5 HP O E
2 b.th.lifetime roof metal r.bln.t 6-room house Estimate 2 boxes Lots areas 1. .$495 fruit; 6 room frame home; oakfloors Asher t 132.6. 12 "r.. Ak R Central Arcade: 7407 I store arteslac well. tol. etc. Rom man Ooodwin Inc Broker677 N Orange motor an in fin condition S-" \shi'hest

In kitcnen fruit 0 business Winte. P.rk-ke( Knowles-Templs ; p.ve load; 16.00. 2- 788. Pet. R.ltr. for growth. Price $ .. onlJ :- 9855.STOREFor. bidder Wed Dee 17 at 2

rage with laundry $14.OOO rash to eO.Duet-b-m.l" grove $9 975 $295I Ston It. are as low a I 60. Business OpportunitiesAUTO i OOO cash required Rob t. Hu.J sale or lease; doing p nt at rear 1014 Maryland Ay Et

settle petite P. A. Allison. Realtor. Phone Casse.berry 2-2221. Lake Front-Close in The price Is N. 2 rocma and b.t on H acre I I with Robert R Tyrt. Realtor. 1 1 good business beside a good rent Cloud R G Wieland
3- W. W..hlneton. I Washington 6174. excellent location Right business
I 1.0. this active Income
I only $1.050 The six of the lot is 3 : good frame house INDUSTRIAL SITE- ', PARTse.k bu | GOING BUSINESS Stores (manyklndO
f.r located for right party Call 8180 Owner
these a i
50x142 eafes.
GROVE-.4 miles fro C. limits: 10 I oppr.mtJ 1 auto courts gas atlons -
acre fuU bearing .,. co va Paved streets bus service lights and .1.8.E. ., Realtor 32 E. Fine Close t main route and railroad pro.prou citrus tw on GROVE 4 acres. 305 seedling trees leaving for North hotels resorts taverns re:ir!
OPEN FOR INSPECTION r.lr of fruit: heavily . : esti ..te. Terms 1-3 cash, balance L | Corner lot 100 H" Has good stock p.r 6-room house Estimate 2.0 boxesfruit. 5O7tVICESTATION-DOing good business shops etjetc T-ll no whak yntt

m.td crop 350O bn.: For quick mont p.Jment.. I I X .0nP Com.rc.l in good splendid .QDpm.nt. Including Direct-by-mall s business Must sell this week AH I want Where pr'ce terms sales t' -

425 E Gore Bungalow furnished. 3 $1650000 fruit. See .ma Bn. Ie.. Owners. I 12> d It ion.wth business Price eon$8,- wheel ba.ncr file grinder Price goes with the $9.975. equipment and stock $1800 222 Emmett ume Save time monthru our 47
brs 3 tile baths Open 3 to Paul Hardman with Martie Williams l Carrtgan' .. Or.De; n ACRES 5-room bungalow 8 I!I 1 1 500 Ask for Morl.nNANBARGI aeton 13.20. Ca P Ree e with Pone C.s.IMr. 2- 10v.. St. Kissimmee Fla I rr -old service Des ripMve Red C*'1lo .
4 R. Emerick. Realtor. 610 Realtor 21 West St Ph. 2-4551 1' I mUe south. Paved road $4.850. I I I O'Har.-Mor. : 109 E Pine *. 904 outstand'n' vslnes f'one

N. Orange 7348 Phone \altl I I Q I.k action gets this 1t1 John I I APARTMEVT-HOTEL 22I GROCERY A' AATM- without the real tti'tt mailed f:'fStrout .
I .
Ph 810L LAKE FRONT LT I Interlaken.Unusual. i Vfoodrul Broker Ph. INC. Realtors. I IlbUtles Jiew 2- concrt SERVICE STATION-Good location
Realty 31B', W
Restricted I rooms Famished ing 15OO floor In Orlando and a lease that provides
Nydegger Investment Co.. I 5 ACRES rich land. 2 bedroom furnished I Wuhltn. 888638 I|i for new construction of offices or i square the fully fla newly an exceptional opportunity Drive P O Box 3583 Orlando Fla.

CU-W.r aton 16 506 E. Colonial Dr. dial 8065 I t bungalow on paved road. ,I stores. Present Income S5OO per I I equipped.ccomod.te grocery market with a The price is $3300 Come in for de-
a.re bal tHa 68 electricity Price $4850 Richard Inc.. Broker; 61. Rank Loan Services
gerines. 200 P.rl Br.u 147grapefruit LANCASTER HEIGHTS 0 ft. frnt Realtor 672 N. Orange 2- i INCOME PROPERTY East side month. Her.n Gwl. large .l-1 box frozen food eabi- ails. no phone information McNutt- -
: Average production ovrloklD Lake Lancaster K.zrO ; I: three-bedroom block "UaO.oak 67' Or.ng 985.I I net friend. tt Two 3- Heasley. Realtors 15 W Washington PERSONAL INSTALLMENT
A : boxes. the fruit goes with 099. tile bath ) I I apartments screenedporches St.TOURIST.
A 8 : frs do I rom cost less at First National Bare
MILES OUT on paved 15 since
I the give price of 12.0. Only MATTLAND-610x440. next to hl.h..J. two-unit I..ee apartment BUSU'ES OPPRT" I lP.ta1. l0f. corner lot Compare When the loan
The low cost and high cash I dtJ. 2' acres in Is for
building (income $160 in residential .
$4 required. .cr& etr& per 2-108. Centa on busy COURT-Lake front. U S
new development
.0 ee Plea cm t electricity 5 rooms and porch Prescott V. .te.t $ 100 yon get $ 93-Payments S R 34
further en an especially attractive Stele. are and c to heavy industrialsection. First class. Plenty room
return of Sete-St see Mr Stewart with Harold Shepherd ad keep a in lot for You yourself can subdivide and sell now.the :, bungalow of chicken house with plenty I Ii : erer.month Price for three units $22.OOOI I I 1 On account of owner going for Highway expansion $20.OOO cash will candle $$ 200.150. yon you get get 184 139--Payments Payments 1250

Fri R.ltJ Co. 20 E. Washington St rest at a nice cash profit or hold fora i laying including hens brooders AU furnished I II I I This r= a Grade-A listIng BAR AND LOUNGE-Modern .tt.e I back home this can b had fo Potter with Herman Goodwin $ 3OO. you get 279-Payments 2a 16 67 OO
motorized cultivatIng tlJ1
Sale ad. advertise | I and priced Call Mr I I ttve proposition to
I future 1 reliable { 825.000.BARI.OW. Ine. Broker 677 N Orange; 9855
T LAKE FRONT home and grove 2- bche profit. Other inter u ppl. I $ 4OO you get 372-Payments 3334
Holeomb I II
bedroom modern home overlooking me from doing Phone I I wth O'aaKr.2-86 I,I Cate In connection living I O FREDRICK, BUe. and restaurant. US $ SOO.
e.t kep thi Gardner 409 8. Orange I| TOURIST COURT yon get 465-Payment* 41.67
merchandise where buer,''b.uUu lake 7OO ft lake frontage location and ..ren t.r _Phone nk.IJ : ,I 110 1 Pne. dtl.d.. 3'drive miles out to.J. Former of Red <. Broker. 118 N. Orange Dil Route 1. 9 units s room home. $1000. yon get 930-Payment* 83 34
bearing additional 2-1518 2- 8188 highway an-1 Ind'an River Above monthly
LUCER"E SECON-Attat1. S.nord 500 on payments 12
met, call your For Sale ad In land Price IO.pr.snt fruit MAITLAVD 2 large lots: 200 to FEET lake on for highway 5S-ft.t.deep. ald cOUtr delightful highway 17 _!'h540_ M "23rd Consecutive Year in Ol.ndo"I newly decorated thrantnout Room Payments for 15 months are mo'V3 smar

crop $14.OOO with "rm Louis S. or 130' frontage bu.lne.Lawr- Electrtc'ty ..bln b.th oil BOB KERR MARINEaD4 Sports GROCERY FISH AND poultry market for expansion. S ares land all Figures Inc ude life insurance to cay
rSd.ne. and
now. Phone 4161.1 I I DoUve Broker. :27 Wf5tD j I core . and 200' deep Phone.S43-B M. J. Moss telephone 132 S. S3000 heat Compete! furnished lot. Equipment for sale at 213 East I -Fast crowing business Sick- cleared Priced right at $37500 El- loan ia case of death. The F >t
SU 8412. I Winter P.rk j 1 phone 6977 Irok.r. Main, i i I I I Money make. 13.0. terms. Weir 1 Plant winter Garden Fla. I I ness demands quick sale Reasonable I Inca Cottages a miles north Cocoa. .National Bank at Orlando 4th fo-.r

System. 6 K P j h= 1 cash boy. Cell owner. 20620. 'Fin !, Elevator. Hours 8 to 4, fiat. 9 to 12.


1 ,.

Loans rrices ; 65. Help M anted-:Male 69. Work Wanted-Female I 75 Curd Autos for Sale | 75 Used Autos for Sale 76. Trailers. Trucks for Sale UIlbzlI! Srnttnrl-g'tar

DO TOO BAYK part of each dollar AMBITIOUS TOtING MAN-Permanent SECRETARY-Court reporting other BUICK-1939 4-or Special aedan: i MERCURY 1939 5-passenger club FORD-.1940 pick-up New paint excellent Flni' r
you earnf Pint Na'onal Bank' resident for connection with secretarial experience permanent or excellent body good running eondi coupe Radio .finish Imm.cu'I.te -S motor 1793 for quick sale Orlanro irta "HOME

turtles you to open an interest-BearUK National fln.nc company on G 1 temporal Box 311 SSta lion Some repairs Financed 1695 S Intenor. perfect meh.Dc.Uy.A S Individual Ph. Winter Park 747 MX DEC. 14. 1J47 PAGE 11-B FOLKS"New
SaTlnsa account today training program. collection experience COMPANION or Phone Mr. Corley 2-3171. or seeSunday buy.> (995 R S SAVE
I m.n.rln.hUIee FORD-1942. 1 ton pick- Extra
S helpful car necessary: salary r. 714 Cltrl. I 4321 or 4771IMERCLRY I up
6%. Loans Up to $300 (200 liberal car allowance I had WInte. cafeteria experience I good conditIon. New motor. extragood
I I good opportunity for advancement: have own .11 Box 302 S-Star BUICK- 42 Supr sedanette Private 40 convertible cub tires priCed right Ph. 5819 I LocationS
Ounnison Street with radio tires
AUTO. Furnlturt Diamond Loani i Box 291 8-Star. WIt-I.. CARE for your Invalid or child I Phone o.ner.6311 I23 5 I ( coup special new Jack Martin FORD TRUCK 1935-1 is ton Sewing Machine
Economy Flnanr Company J. FBurrer College rrdu.te while you Xmas shop Pr.ctc.l :S I I Used C.r. 777 N Orange. 8409. I tires '49 motor good : II _
Macaier. 1006 Mete all BldiFh I ACOUAN major or equivalent nurse reliable Box 323 Sote. CHEVROLET-1946 eonv.rlblt.I I Stake body with side boards For $$100
3-033 .Ith Operator to $$300
Full time responst S Cleanest 46 left tir. MOTORCYCLE-Famous lightweight S best offer or trade for car See James the
S eKorlene. radio (2095 Martina Used Cars I 130 miles gallon S S W hen eroi the roil'arln
Box 300 U "Jam. per : y at 2. Box 182
CASH LOANS-Quickly mad on furniture S ble. position. 70. Work anted-:Male I G..ln Lr- EXPEREXCED I Well.
and 77; N Orange; 5400. IDS springs $355-$155 I Lisbon) week days S. herd there. "1 a man
autoa diamond Orl.ndo'a -
I SSI. down balance 10 months D. Varner. Sundays all day Steady good pay. seek
pm. _ _ _ 5-ay on the ether and
own Home Finance Co. 314Mctralf ot BLOCK LaYINO-B1 thm job or hour; CADILLAC Convertible coupe.Imm.cul.t. Inc 234 W CentralMERCURY brkk .ide
Bide DEal 2-0304 I BKKEEPERLn. 1m r.'on 23 Ph. Jim Murray 1\4 I I FORD FERGUSON TRACTOR '47 Congenial SurroundingsBus tHAT she .
detaj Jim to ace
or Ta ares. tohandle lr. epr.nce. evry I leaves Un:on Station at 7:ISil
I Dr. ZeU.od. _ _ _ Cumbie 904 N. Orange Ave I -1947. convertible Must .lh di and hydraulic blade R % Fie Seleton-Late llcdt
671. c.r Stops at
and small door
LOANS MADE from *10 to $3OO: for .rov. yi Phone 2.521.CHEVROL. sell Immediately Come and makeyour s. Dunn Hotel. Melbourne .
BLOCK class
strict privacy; fast senrlre Family packing house Address Ba 36. Lake G-FI.t reasonabeLutrel offer Sat and Sun. Apt. 3. Phone 9191 Hart 2 Isle model
Finance Service Ine. 33 W. Central I Jem. plo.I _Hushey_ 1934 Hastecaedan. I 607 'E Livingston I I SUNNYTOWNSEWING panel tracks On Automobiles
AT. Phone 183'7.NEED or build on cost plus 810 23rd. St. Holden ,. FORD TRUCK 41 dump Sic 8; 1938 Ford Sedan dever.! Priced
I experienced. Apply BLKL MOTORCYCLE 1948 Indian Chief A-I condition R S Booth Dunn
BAKEpMutt be .
HM nts S "from $350
tlOO QUICKLY? Get It hereon at 246 W. Church evening 2191.CARFENTRYFr.mlna. ___ Used only 4 month Will sacrificefor Hotel Melbourne. Phone 9191 II I CASSELBERRY FLA. la $433. I! Station
block laying; CHEVROLET 1947 Fl.elm..te ae- quick sale R Evans Wagons
your own security Florida Credit. BOYS-White. 14 to 15 years:d. fcr painting; any kind of repair can Like new Jim Cum b.. Cars phone 4321 or 155. S FORD TRACTOR-1946. CO. E.. 2 I
21 W. Pine. lit stairway: east of S Morlnl Sentinel paper routes. Ap I' 1109 Portland between 8 and 5.orl. 904 N Oranae Ave Phone 2-4521 471. I S speed axle; Miller trailer 5 sides -- I .I"I. hue lots of tow I Truck
Grand Theatre i Wolfe Circulation D-pt MERRY-1942- coupe; A-1 with canvas toP. A-I condition. I'. Ford Pr.1 _
Sentinel office afternoons 3 to 5 p.m. COSTRAcORW.nt work, new CHEVROLE- Special DeLuxe cond.ton. 4-door deluxe miles north of Orange City on highway Pmnt amd Otevroteta_.
QUICK CASH LOANS Furniture no job too recondl M.rcu" . exceptionally cle.n I Coupes ana Sedau-from 1165 t.
note and auto loans 2-hour service BOY=16 or over: be PrlnblI also painttns-interior. exteri tinned S69o R s. Ev.n.phone 4321or Bob 105 N. Hughey; phone 1. Vorlbl 1335. 1941 CHEVROLET S :
Loan 901 Florida shop 139 E. .mal W.lt. S HOUSE TRAILER-Royal. 25 sleeps :
Family Co. I print Charles Rainer ZellaoodFla 4771 _ _ 4410
Bank Eld*.. R. w. Callls m.n..r.Phone COOK-tugboat Salary-(165 per I 4. (975 See this lot 39. Carolina 5 HOURDRY Clean. $:
21661.MODERN S 'CEVROLE-19J ux town se- MERCURY 1946 S-passenger club Moon Trailer I IJ.
Apply P. Pak. KD.b. 1940 LASALLE
i month board and rom... DEPENDABLE Energetic young see tea one coupe. Low mileage perfect condition HOUSE 21'. Torpedo !S
TRAILER 1941. PlY-
O Boa 22. Enterprise Felix Winn Standard Motors *'
S m.n.'u 18. desires good permanent Oran. throughout A special at (1995 dan S
LOAN SERVICE-By one o Top salary andS year round outside work preferably Blo-nom Tr.l at .. . R 8. Evans phone 4321 or 4771MOTOKETTE S moth. oprciai deluxe. -. trade :
S CARPENTRA-l party Also expert fruit farm or dairy farm Hit 3-1793. | commercial I..f.r..I.r. C H>al.ort. white CLEANING J. R. Home 1836 FORD Phaet :n : -.
Trailer Park S Trl ( Folks ClS
of Florida oldest and most experienced delv.ry- O.n.. BI.s )
nod on. Ph. "1COUPL school .r.du.t. references given up CHEVROLET 1947 convertible 1103 I 1947. only run 50 miles: 4. ::
Active experi on request Box 289 S-Star. actual I Radio A beautifulS I HOUSE TAI -Schult. sleeps
gal Electric starter
small loan and finance WANED S ; mi. of.a electric bottle gas excellent 1941 DODGE Setiat .;
Man to care forI blue Right Jim Jermgan
.. : ELECTRIC ANDACTYLNE-: battery Byline Garage. 249
.. companies Private offices Confidential -I' grounds prm.n.nt house. Woman S ing: can .eld ; S Used Cars 600 W. Central Ph 31946.I I Bone StMODEL S condition- ; r.ason.bl. 1326- 19th St. SERVICEPECK'S I new s*' i

I to cook and care for house State I manent job; reliable and sober; WillieB CADILLAC-1942. 4 door maroon A Hoc HOUSE TRAILER-Large prch-AU SMITH CHEVROLET Sedat
age and experience inS Kitchens Ocoee Fla driven FORDSAl .oup. equipped Sleeps 6 or 8. 191
service No delay Terms to suit n.lon.lty. I sedan executive kiUn .
III' Must have good rf.rn.e. EXPERT ROOFER-In or out of town 1175 spote.: down Box 305 S.Star. (195 J. .od R Homefolks" 711 city No reasonable ofe refused 1st $1:3

your Income. Accept Corporation S 1.lar and home. Box S work; must have skilled wages 1303 ,S CHEVROLET; clean: N. Orange Smih S space Carolina .1938 OLDSMOBII E 'C'
Star S j HOUSE bed- 333 North Main I II
TRAILER Porch and
S Catherine St._ tires; good totoIm: NASH 1942 "6" 2-door sedan Very Coupe Clean
of Florida. Home office at 480 N. EXPERIENCED DSfRTMANHouse. MN OF INTEGRITY desires position P. J. Tuck Ooldenrod Rd clean Weekend special at (695 R. I room: furnlhH (
I water light furnished OrlandoRFDlOrange in first class dining room restaurant -I I Winter Park P. O Box tJd'f: 1Maltland S. Evans phone 4321 or 4771. ,I' Carolina Mon lot 122 ,
Orange Avenue ti Orlando.: Phone SlosaomTratl. i or store Experienced in Can be seen HOUSE TRAILERS 2 privately
o -Per- private fo arrangements. Box 265 | ernoon and Sunday NASH 1935 4-or sedan EKceUenttr.nspri.tln owned 25 ft practically Travelo I I QUALITY CLEANERS 1947 STUDEBAKEI
7136 Offices at Cocoa. Winter Haven nTASCMsIR Press.HJ885. I I for only (395 R SET.na .
I S-Stsr_ I. CHEVROLET-19; 40 4-door sedan ExI I or 4771.NASH42 ; also 20 ft EI.r. Inquire Fay J i 813 East Washington
S Tampa I cellent condition New tires. tlOSO Clark Loclchart Fa. c 0 Henry DavisHOUSE I I
and St. Cloud. Same servlcel WORK-ounte atalionwagon. good
LABORERS WANTED-APPlY at 532 erill 30 yrs. eKPerleae. Box Private sale Phone 2-1154. _ _ tires TAER-2 ft AmericanS
condition: quick sale. $850. -
N. Shine.MAN 294 '42 4-door sedan Clean-1 I S & ; conditions Champio
SSa.Sl.SIS CADTLLC- COy. Ph. 2-1334 .rlnl
l for etabllthed dry e'e.nln. WITH CAR-.Experi- town. Jack Martins Used S .. reasonable Fh 2-4<59 LOW PRICEDTransportation
NASH 41. :
4 door sedan 1947
NO NEED TO SHOP route. Paul Cleaning Service. 110 e steel to building Cars 777 N. Orange; B409 new HOUSE TRAILER LaSalle 1946 40 LOTS 40
motor good A 1 shape
Ediewater DriveMILKERS ._ _ _ _ I supply hardware dealers etc In CADILLAC 1941 "62 4-or sedan i, clean Price: (895 rubbr;be seen- Monday -; I I model. 27. 3 rom! excellent con- Sedan. L Liki i
around If you want extra cash extra o -Men experienced In machine Fla Des'res position Can sell anything Black finIsh. 5 new tirea and punc- after 9 am. aL Standard Oil dIllon: seen Palm Garden
fast for seasonal needs because I'm S milking Refernrenerea- What do yon want sold ture proof tubs distributor and fuel service station. corner So Orange Fish C.mp. on 441. 2 milea north of

Sold On You. 1 m called the Yes o sary Apply in person T. O Lee Dairy Box 297 Sta. _ I pump new wiring new S SS and South St. TasSces. Mr. Reinlin., AT AUCTION ,

Man because 4 out of 5 .ho ask I i MAN I1* ton truck battery muffler and uh.ut pipe HOUSE TRAILER-25 ft at P.I.ma
-1939 4 door sedan See this
me set a loan of S2S to S300 or more I wih194. 1510 Ave. I Price $2100. Phone 2-1141 i Mechanically O K. good rubber I Trailer Court S. Orange Blossom new.

en salary car or furniture ComeIn PLUMBERS-Top ralary plenty of Rt 36. Box 99-B. CHEVROLET '34 2-door .d.n. radio By original (850 Tr.l. TAVARES FLORID
or phone Charlie Smith. Yes work ahop. Llbby & S Runs solid transportation o.ner. Ph HOUSE TRAILER Srhult 1947 26'.
open Freem.n Winter -
: BUII.DERAND REPAIR man Irfec. God 276-lit. : If
Man"PERSONAL 31 Pak _ _ _ you are forgood
FINANCE CO.. 24 S Or- 711 W. Church I 1 I _36'51. phone_3-23:7: W T 7N. $Orange: 6409 Martin. Used C.ra|I OLDSMOBILE 4-door Maon. I 3 months gas stove old, Mike, Tandem Stadel Lot wheelsbottle 89: Sat Dec. 20th at 1:30 P.M. low* priced looking one. I

anze Ave Stairway next to Federal S FIRST PAINTER-By contractor God rubbr. runs very nic transprton I
CASS Carolina Moon Trailer Park N. Orange -
I CHEVROLET 1935. 4-door sedan; ,
Bakery hour. Please telephone down 15 monlh. -I Blossom Trail 40 Lots 1 Concrete Block House then see . I
ORDER COOK-Soya. Bar 2-7662. : good $450 Can be teen I ran Used Cars. Ph. S
SORT Grill new Apopka Hllh"l. at 1409 conditon.. Plneton.C ._ _ _ 3-1946 fo 5 I HOU5ETRAILER Stre.mUt '47; under construction are probably what you 1947

I' Ph. 32RWOL -$._ _ _ _ 11. Airplane ales and Service SED N 1937 factory re- !I OLDSMOBILE-1941 sedan Hydra- !1 I I 27 ft.: 3-room. used ct; YYi Streets Ity. Water Svrfaced Side-walks. Electric. have been looking for. CHEVROLET
I reasonable 2O Illianla
SEE AETNA: FOR XMAS CASH- PRESSER WANTED-Only ex built motor: $ -See at 595 W I mathRecently ovrh.ul.d. Looks 'I i .T.U.lle.
need apply New York TWIN ENGINE rating on Grumman Church CalMMIBCHEVROLET sharp Worth : HOUSE TRAILER---Ho. l94. Good Etc
___ (10TO Shols. Cuhe. 1939 MERCURY
Hatters. 22 W. Pine St; Widgeon land sea and Instruments Consider trade 1100. '.1 t.k Butane _. Lots all several door sedan -
SSO-S75-S100 or more. Get mon.ypromptlJ' C..nH & 1937 2-door Clean : Fordor coklni. Go dO. .r Station
Veterans training Orlando Atiatinn Chevrolet S Chevrolet (12 lbs nice lakes. Co Seat of mechanical Wag-L
on your sicnature or car I 14809. good transportation "Profit with 19 Conway Rd. Sunday h.lpr 2 Tau I Go
Country Club Ph Winter ,.
blocks Lake
Pak 1'a
No worthy person refused Friendly I Iprivate onl. plumber I..d.
Prophitt Used W. Cen- itr.1 j Pl 95. .o con ..
service Convenient terms to I I VETERANS FLIGHT TR L''G-fo C.r. O I -i94o-.n; radio I i of Michigan: on S Mayer_ _ _ Ply will h eMI S6

fit your Income ,I WELL DRILLER-First class, fully private \OuH condition Colonial LIBERTY '47-27 ft Tandem: 1340 CHEVROLET Like
Borrow more on your car Look at experienced in Fla. formation Good multi-engine ratines On-the-Job mechanic CHEVROLET-Sedan.motor Really kI"nnd I I Motors 1239 E. Colonial Dr. phone ..range electric btl f.1 RYE DeLuxe 2 door on. new]
Hoe kllhn good .
these current ear value 38 Can hours lop pay Ubby &Freeman tralnnic Ryan Field Apspka.7Z. 2Q53 size bed; ..awnings; a real buy Ten t dm" sean
S4OO- 39 Cars *6OO-'4O Cars $850- i 711 W. drives "nice 1295. AI.coup for $195 only (2575 Peter Wayer. Palms .......
'41 Cars $1.000-'42 Cars SI.ISO-'46 I ChurchMEN Autos-Trucks for Rent .J. R. Homefolks De. loca- PONTIAC-41 "8"; convertible: D Trailer Park Col A. C. 1938 WILLYS 4 door sedanS
Cars S1.500If l can 1947 Convertible I H. H. Fredrtch BERT7.2T.I'd.' Auct. ____
you o on your ear now you work by Mor- D VARNER II CADILLAC couoI Z.U.o. Fa. 'S Licnst Brker : -
For storeroom U-DRIE-I-Drlv S
set a 2nd Mortgage Auto Loan' 35 Musthave J'oursl; low rate; mie Hydramatlr radIo. etc. pLYOUH-1939-. te .ranp. rerlreralo. Lmatilla 1941 HUDSON '
without : limited to rlaon Cd.trla. Age 25 t D. 234 W than Pearl grey exteriorwith I -Al-m-, size dr. Ile Fla., Ph 2181 4 door sedan 1941 BUICK Spec.a) Sedan]
V.r.r ch.nl..IJ'
Uan U-Drl.eI. 3.0 Ptv.te S
300)) rem.nemr. Must be willing or Apply C.ntr.1 Av. ml"l. upholstery white 1 at 249 Shine 214.PYMOUT a real buy Peter Wayer. Pl. Trail 5. B How to get the.p. Turn .t Stoplight I .. ..... ..._.. $595 Beautiful
Fast phone service Call first. then .orke. side wall tires. Will sell outright or ; er_ 441. co north Sale. 1937 FORD I
Mr. Holcomb HERTZ sedan good condi o t 4 door !119CHEVROLET
atop by to pick up money Open Trucks DRIUREiSysn'I rade R. S. Evn phone 4321 or 358 | ''M Pek.SYSEM TAJR- sedanS395 !-jsen
; owner W.
evenings by appointment Phone 5182 EXPERIENCED. packing house sausage r.nt 4771 I ne.tre. F.I-1 I I -
] MUt
hour. day Low rates 375N banks Ave. Park lie '
foreman: must be able to take by or .erk. Wll.r S.Ha.bton. ger Coupe. New moto,
Aetna Co. 311 8 I S will only
F.nee Or.nl. I full charge of wholesale production 0--mange. phone- 2-4O64. CHRYSLER Windsor sedan; 1941 m.J-7passenger J 0 PLYMOUTH 1939 course. Looks scrifce.. Sun.J' Park 1938 CHEVROLE 2 dorsean. j $1-
references required Bros.. JIM CUMBIE DRIVE IT : excellent condition anew runs and drives perfect 0Hurry' Taller
i WI50D 4 Ortnce Blossom $695
I 3SOO Rio Grande ph. 843 I II II I modt cars and turk. By . .h.nl..ly. For sale cheap City Cab $-9o. R 6. Ee.na phone 4321 Tral. QUALITY CARS 1941 CHEVROLET Sedan]
month. rates Orange AY. | or 4771. I iii S 1939 2 door sedan _
63. Mortgage Loans .k S like Box 214 r ,
I new !
Excellent SI5. out :
I 904 N. Oran e dial 2-4521._ CHRYSLER 1941 Conv.rtble. PLYMOUH 1942 convertIble club FloridaPICKUP I '47 CADILLAC "6V Coupe Baa everr S605 5t

FOR SALE-Mortgage of (1500 .t'' FLORIDA EMPLOYMENT Service OLIN U-DRIVE I INC.-New cars lndlton. Orllln.1 green finish. 1m thing and almost new I I 1941 PONTIAC Club
Ave Phone -
6%. For sale mortgage $6500 S6a 0 listed for a for rent by . week or month C.r. 904 01.1. m.c.lat leather interior and SI.d.baker. MODELA Coup
factory in
ha 1 ton. perfect
per month at high active person for public No red tape. 2 locations 242 N -4521 new motor Going fast for every .aY. 43 PACKARD Super Sedan Overdrive S $295 Clean. ;

Herman Good*la. Inc. 677 N. ; contact work with a State agency Orange Ph. 24814. and 142 N CHEVROLET 1942 4-
Orange: 9855 > office In High school graduate Garland Ph. 2-4347. Has radio A running nIce' mlth. R S. Evanc phone 4321 or Sedan low
I 1 .lb Ol.ndo.years' successful fulltime looking car A \.n at $1095 B 8. 471 STtriBAKER-I'2: A-I condition 4 mll.ce.PACAR I V.r I sedan $250 i947! FORD Tudor
GROVE AND RANCH LOANS-Interest 1 employment of which 3. 73. Auto Service I Evans phone 4 or 4771 : Wyman Pennsylvania I
1.ld I tudor Felix 41 Special Del Sedan 1938 PLYMOUTH 4 door !
as .a 4r-20 years to pay 1' rears the past 10 y..r must CHRYSLER 1947 Windsor convertible PNTAC-1941 Wln. sd.n... Orange I Ave Altamonte CVROL!

-no fees prompt service- Ra-Mo' have been In public employment ser AUTO BRAKE JOBS and wheel -coupe Has every extra. Bios om Trail at Washington Ph. TRAILER-'41:: Shults; 25f: price. hoe sedan . $435

Otli Realtors, 128 N n:: I|', vice personnel manatement public alignment 1-day service Wheels Driven cub 7OO mi. Will sell or 3-1793 SHOO Thomases Park 4 PONTIAC heater tow Cub Coupe Radio. 1937 OLDSMOBILE 4 door Super. l Like i
Ch.s.1: administration industrial or labor re- balanced while you wait C. A. to R B Pine Castle mUeas.
ROME LOANS-To build trade Terms month. I II PLYMOUTH-1941. 4-door special deluxe I _
Federal . sedan
refinance and repair Prompt service -' I.ton. enforcement of or Fringe Jfe Sons 1010 W. Church 'I Evans phone 4321 or __ | Motor rebuilt new tires very TRAlLR-2 ft. moer3.ek '40 OLMOBI Sedan Per- $435

Reduced ro.t. Complete Plan .ol.1 or labor In laws the: or Armed rfs- ALIGN MENT Free inspection DESOTO 1947 Custom cul cop clean. Privately 0"ned. (975 4353 ; alo I U e way 1936 FORD V-$ 1t J ton

service Incluolnt plans ; Muel.nc Prompt r.p.lr by expert mechanics -S Radio heater "Like Cheney Highway upstairs In rear bttle gas stove refrigera- truck. Good- condition See this!
specifications and house modeL Winter i I Forces In cl.s.lfl..ton work rerul1 A one-stop service at Goodyear Term to 24 R S. Evans foam davenport; .t.lllel 4 CADILLAC 6" Sd.n Yen new.
Park Federal Savings 4t Loan I IAssn. j me lt. prourm.nt per 's Service 300 N. Orarve Ave phone 4321 or mnlh. pLYIOUni-193.J.. body and steel sink llth St 3rd trU.r south .mustS $495
.. 224 Park Ave. Winter Palk Ronn.1 Florida resident for at least : Tires .r in Palms Trailer Park. south on -
P. two years. Starting salary. I i BRAKE REPAIREDW. supply & ODE= sedan: exclnt tires new Original paint Take .p p.y- Orange Blossom Trail Miller I OLD3MOBILE 6" 2 door se MODEL-A FORD pickup -
8170 month Apply In person- n.rs. :Ires $695 Colll.1 10 beSts and $300 c..h. Ed Strickland. Fr dan RadIo. nice car. one.
LAS on all types of property: long 22 E.pr. Pine Street. i and oU. Dixie aDO Jroice. W 1239 E. Colonial ph 30 Kuhl Ave TRUCK V--19-4 6. lip *on. First $295
aor terms; low rate: Immediate Sou'h .t Bone St._ S tOt. D Radio. 671PYMOUTH193iednllo : class condition Extra heavy rear '4 CADILLAC "60" Special Sedan MODEL-A Ford 1 ton _
1939 mInts
H.rlo.a Fedrik 118 BODY AND FENDER repairing and DODGE cup.. . :' c.h. end flat body Tires good conditionBox "
N. S new finish Hurry $ Ev.n. CADILLAC 62 Sedan Hydra truck
Orange Ave Phone
131 Maltla-nd S STRAILERSSeeThe 4
1946 NASH
888. painting Estimates gladly given S9 600r
YOUNG MAN-Mechanically! inclined phone 4321 or 4771. 2-2115 or 20963PLYMOUTH / matic and everything Low 1939 PLYMOUTH --
Satisfaction guaranteed D "Gosben" .
to train for service work Must Vaner. sedan I I
234 W. Central Ave. Phone 2-3153. DEOTOi9425tb 1932o .ed.n. tandem with plastic Also Ka mileage
MORTGAGE LOANS on residentialand high .hol graduate single between Jim Tires motor in excellent .Id." $795

and Winter bu.lne Park.properties Low Interest In Orlando rates. I 20 Cash. R."lsle years Company of age The 308 National N Main 74 Autos-Trailers U anted rumble Phone 2-4521.Cars 904 N. elea.. Ave. condition money (295 down Can R bY b_ bought phone withno I at Mortal Yon Liberty's Trailer.Sales Orange system BIo J. C. McKELLAR, INC. MODEL-A FORD Panel : Sedan. Today's -

Bettea Investment Co 25 W Wash II j St Orlando 5 4321 or 4771 Ev.n. som Trail at ArrIa. Phone -.; truck New tag goodcondition _
ln.ten St. Phone 8513
I TRAILERS Please the.elow
I 66. Sales Help anted AUTOS WANTED-I U BUT that car! I I C-I9 New J- prtcesw- ,tn similar compa. usedtrstler .... ....... $395
Felix Winn Standard Motors Orange FORDS-V-8s- Model A's fr 1929 i| tone beater sOd
Ji Don t
REAL cost! To anywhere pay over special
buy.ESAT buid LANSLo. andbusiness I Blossom Tr.t at Wasllton. to 1938 Coupes : !' Cumbie Cars 904 N Oan. to 170 per foot We have Ur.1 as $6 .
down good ones New Phone
I 3-1793 Stomp : 2421.PYMOUH (495 S
property Trust Dept. First es (25 f"l. Shult 2' PINE ST. MOTORS
wont pr
National Bank at Orlando. 2nd door SALESMAN It I cant tell From you right$185 I $393 tel. 1 1947 special Deluxe Travelo (975: Liberty 21 SI 250 ____
Elevator WANTED make wrong 49 miles Vagabond SI 475. dozen others $$1495
AUTOS Any any a
A-onditoned lnL Old established wholesale drug and model. any year Name your price 0 R.,"Homd01a' Smit 333 N. MaiD, Cumbie Cars. 904 Orange A..n 0. cl*!.2'nsd trailers are cheap

sundry frm Must ow car Answer We pay It K and W Motors cor. I Phone 24521.PLYMOUTH .r 3330 B Orange BlossomTrail YOUR PACKARD DEALER" 135 \V. PINE ST. I
4* HOME LOANS-Equitable Life In furnish fullinformation I
h.nd.riUDI. Garland and Amelia 2-O529 '
I _ _ _ II
42 4-door sedan
Assurance Society. Craig Jackson re.rdlnr Ilf and past FORD-1941 tudor super deluxe A-1 I 342 N Orange Ave Phone 514146CHFROLET
phone 5714 609 Fla Bank Bldg 0 experience AUTO -'43 moel needd condition Radio and beater OrigInal Best bargain In town fa (89a TPAILER-' S f' ; fully @

ACME SALES CO P. O Box 2318. op to (5.000 I I owner. 201 E. King Ave or call Jack Matn'. Used Cars.7'7 Orange bottle cat; beautiful IDI.rtlr. p- I TRUCKS
CLIENT OWNING (4400 mortgage at Jacksonville Florida Jack Martins Lsed C.r. 777 N 3-2112. ; feet condition: like .. W. H '
6% Interest on highly proee I ISALSMANTop Orange. 840. PLYMOUTH-1946 Convertible rea E King Ave Just 8. of Orenie

highway property will discount U'. AUTOS WANTED-Will pay highest FRDMod.1 A. Very cod condition. White tires and radio. Jim Cnmble TRATLEB-45. Curtis ,eht alumi I' I

4. Asher Peter. R.ltor. 1 8 M.I Age 24-35 cash price for your ca. olins Inc. 6016 trn. 1510 OPon_Ave. C.r. 904 N. O.nn Av. Phone slim: both gas heat;.11& Ph 0

S-O78H ..Doth Interest you' I 142 N. Garland 2-34 or 242 N. Orange FRD 194R 4-door excellent con . Winter Park j -2821. i CHEVROLET- Canopy _
Asking SI.650. _
FOR SALE-Mortgage of 1&.t 6*. Follow definite contact Must have 2481.u0 Illon. 27.0 mltl. PYMOUT-946 station Wagon TRAILER -imp 21 27 and 30-ft $,.0"

For sale moriul ( per sales personality; neat .p .r.nc WANTED Any make. any Lk new Cmbl. C.r. N. Frank Reed Sales. 201 N 1947 CMC IHton
month 8. and good educational background More cash quicker Wykygyl ,S FORD-1946 4-o sedan; low mileage Phone Blossom i; stke
Berman Goodwin Ine. 677 N. Orange; This a lifetime opportunity to Join 1 Motors 751 N. Mills; 2-2174. very clean; forced t lU.I .' i O.nt. Tr.1 This one like new
I TRAILERS N-w and "Amerl
S I I -1940 2 door New tires. I -- usd. SIXUNUSUAL i
9855 the In I. field i D. Inc. wants to buy 1805 S Bumby. ; .
S I.r.es or".nl.Uon VARNER your : condition Profit with can Llbertv? "Trout- $lC5
I I neces trck and will pay top FORD-1947. 4 door super deluxe; Used Cars 500 W. Central and Bell Bonded ,
IEST In J'OUI future Own your .sary. Write to Mr Walker Box 295 I: prices Immediately D Varner Inc cash or trade 306 E. South ph d.al.r.ol" for b"I.'S.uther gas equipment Acressories y 1935 PLYMOUTH Pick-Up

home. Consult First Federal SSI.I giving ate and experience or Studebaker Sales and "tc. 234 WCrntr.1 3-12S5 PLYMOUTH ol-"an' and "Pre-Way" i $205 ____

S.vinl and L.n Asl.ton of Or- 0498. Ave Phone 2- FORD 1941 pick-up truck New tires 4.. 4-or motor.sedan AH: stove parse d.I.": .wlS. etc I FORD m ton s'skeNew

Street.Weekdays I SALEMAN-Incra. your commis FILLEY MOTOR motor Mechanically Private ,.o Buy it for (420 down Joel Ankney Trailer .I.s. 540 N Orange 1194 ____
8-2. S.turd.n12.. line marmalades or INCiyl omner S79a 1200 Iret 2th Street : III Rp.tar.nt. 2998 Kohl. Blosson Trail Phone 2-2505. Fordor motor. $1CC |

and Jellies. Write for territory. d n.r. See u. .t 20 W. Central or Phone 6421.FRD194. PLYMOUTH '40 URGENT SALE2 ft LaSalle trailer Stylemaster. A clean car '
I Box 331 8-StarSALESMAN S I cub coupe new
546 sedan: d.lux .- paint brand new apholstery Fuly Most be sold
64 Help Wanted-Female For Orl.nd.City territory FRANK REED really knows how to PI.se 4-or call 56' for.up.r further motor good.A special at (250 within Inspect and make offer '39 BANTAM Coupe. Mechanically 1946 DODGE E Su

; wholesale R\I.ly business; get the high dola for your ear information. down See at Joel III Restaurant Awning new dolly new tires VALUES
BOOKKEEPER Experienced In an ..concern. give Inletter. or equity. Cash minutes. Whygive 2919 Kuhl Ave Butane gag t.nl. chairs; all Included perfect good __
of bookkeeping and general FORD-1946 Super sedans Uke new
phases JacksonvilleFla
; P. O Box 2426 em away Give chance Ph 2-B672 tires
office mork Give previous exeprlence 0 _ _ _ _ 201 Orange musT 7883 I I price right 2 to choose from Jim PLYMOU: ; 194. Exceptionally DONT-
II II Ave BUY-Till von see new burban. A
In Box 316 I rumble Cars 904 N. ( for quick sale thi
applicationjetter S-t. TTRE SALESMAN-Experienced. With I I Phone 2-4521. O.ns. Edgewater. Drive I 1943 model Superior 12' Fordor "GOO. I I

BEAUTICIAN WANTED-With some transportation Acme Tire Co. Ph LIGHT WEIGH. or trcl wantedIn 183 4. electric brak's: 8-ply! truck tires rASH
following Oood position for right 24li5ICAN lot Orl.nd. FORD94 Convertible e"upNn 1940. G loknt with truck wheels immediate delivery: right
I n.a. tires new car motor. $ priced to sell Lot 16 Carol Ann Trailer
pirtT Ph 23822.BEAUTIC1AN ambitlousysungmen City limits Kiney. Box .. tO Ji beautiful -
I .UBI or.e.rl without car This t I Orlando ,I Cumbie Cars 904 N. Orange Ave Brown Street phone 2-39O1. I Park '40 FORD Deluxe Fordor. 1946 OLDSMOBILE "76"

Casselberry B.anty a highly profitable opportunity 0 R S. EVANS. -Worlds Largest Auto S Phone 2-4i2l. | STUDEBAKER '42 Champion 4- TWo rE TRAILER for ..1. '4'7 i Very clean new tires. uti.iy _
FORD '37. sedan 6' H P.: rood door In the State $129jSpecial I 4 door sedan. Original
Shop. Completely equipped. Phone those who will work Salary and Dealer. Is only interested In buyIng i ; I Cle.nes ,; S' Sny".r's Store Lkh.rt.
commission or stralrtht commissionCall the finest Will purchase I running clean car: motor; price Jack M.rtn'. I'
Winter Park 2-2221 any WILL SACRIFICE 1947 M" system 36 FORD Tudor. Good finish like
Used Cars
777 N.
Mr. Nathan at Hotel San Juan year make or model and pay unbelievable other n..Items; quick sale account I Or.n.e. fully equipped Also 1941 DeSnto I INn wagon.
Monday or Tuesday Dec 15th.and price on the t'D Call of illness See at 28 E Amelia I STDEBAKER194 Champion club offer refused. Wisp- transportation, clean car. Will give approximately -

BEAUIC.-Eprl.nced. with fol- 16th between 11 am and 7 pm. 4321 or 4'1. FORD-1942 Station wagon In A:1 .d.n. with ov.rdrlv. r.aSn.bl.Kennels Forest City Rd. 04 mile .

10.lna. Pone SilL NEW 35C-NOVELTY=-Nothimt I condition This car has to be seen f of to be appreciated Can be well flnanced in t ownan d only (1095 5.Evans. one.
COOK-HOUSEKEEPER- Experienced :ke It on the market sell 4 oi.t HOUSE TRAILER W.ntedor 10 R W EEK END SPECIALS Zimmer 8" Xew white sidewall
service as a new car.
phone 4321 47718TUDEBAKER I
S prospects Commission NatinalPolea large and small homes In and with down payment.14i0 or
only full time live in or out. good on Im.l Palace Superior and Spartan trailers I :
salary other help. References re and Service Greenvl'le- Pa about Orlando Wlncert 333O 8 B !. ; -'47. convertible; less Frank Reed Trailer 201 N.Now .- tires i

World laraest direct selling mfir : heater: mechanical condition Sunday afternoon between 5-7 p m 34 CHEVROLET Tudor
I -
COUPLE WANTED Active experlcored. of book matches : 212 SOrange or Monday morning: V. 8.. Freeman 1947 FORD STATIONWAGON. ,
permanent. Man to rare for .dnnl.ln. ofer.oPlrunllv WANT 10O CARS-Any price any Blossom. .Se.t Box_146._Rt 4. OrlandoSTUDEBAKER I Best transportation intottn
and help mith house. Woman profitable year 'rlund make or model Phone for buyer or Trn.rRD1934. !I
for the Driven
loun,ok and care for bouse State .lno Eyr business a prospect; drive In. Stnr PonU.c 6 W. ColD I In.al coupe A-I condition -.-'3S;Dictator sedan: money. Like new.
needed to start Men or I good all around I up.
r.ationaltty. ace and experience In exp top upholstery and t"l condition (295 less than 8000 miles
General Tire
tir t letter Must have good referei !> women Pl or part time Factory 0 GET CASH IN 5 MINUTES-Any 0 ton 1.lnt C..t 1440 W Church See owner today 1302 W. church St Kings Serc 10 FEE LUBRICATIONS with

ce. Good salary and home Box service: 10. prices for high quality m.k or model Starling-Alexander FORD -- 43 tudor sedan ..m' STUDEBAKER 1938 sedan Commander just received a used car purchased by the original owner -

119; S-Star iCUNE | Repeats Ules kit furnished M.t.h 501 Or.le Ave Phone i color. Less than 200 miles: radio ; very clean; radio heater ment of guaranteed General See this one.Sold
of America 3433 LM W 48th runs
I Corp 'r. heater '48 tag Bargain (2195 JackSlallina good tires: (400 4353 Cheney Highway i Lok .
GIRLS wanted at Tramor' __ __ |I I upstairs In I Batteries to fit all cars and
cresting and easy | P. CI !o. BADLY P XEE of 1946 and 1947 Used Cars. 777 N Orange: rear i .
work rcnotnecessar y. If i icu I older cars. Harley 84O9 __ 5 THE BEST (4aO value on the highway | trucks
are courteous and milling apply ENERGETIC LIVE WIRE Appliance i North Orange Ave i iTelephone -- door Runs sod. (325. I ; tires battery newradiator foot dwriJa As I
Also for convenience
; salesman between 2S and 35 years h'8 'I Forest Homes Building 8. East I I n.. brakes Engine In excellent your wen

toay. nf ace Will have wonderful oprmr- GET TOP CASH PRICE for your car i iregardless Inson ___ _Rob_ condition Pontlac convertible; I . a complete RepossessedSold
No Sanity with distributor handling Nstlnnetlv I I bter 1947 FORD
lSHWASu Snd.y .ork. leather leather lined toP. sen.I'I' 5passengercoupe.
of make or model Used FORD 40 Fully upbol.ter. '
at 7 i known lines Must be available i Conv.rlble ice center
I .o.p. Yep It t
Covr Grm Car 219 W. WashingtonSt : s ; 1934 model but ofering
9-uth Court Street I bv Feb 1st State all quallflcatlons Phone Exh.nae 2-2K82 ..qulppd. Xma. .(895 I for trnblI: can't beat it for a i i /f 8000 actual For
I In of Box I I Maln's Used C.r. Orange much Rehargng
GIPL.ork evenings I.te applk.ton Can be seen at miles and clean Unpaid Bilar-e
t.l.phone Apply OUlc..1, 114 8- I IRAWLEIGH I ON-THE-SPOT CASH PAID for good 0 : 140" I 754 Wilkinson Ave Phone 2-2S61WILLYS 100 Dial 22424 as A little fixing ea have
clean used cars Jim Curable FORD 43 Less I 'I ETpmi f
Or..e. tone.rlble. 1937 4-door sedan Runs Road ServiceIING'S new. a good car cars In
j 904 North Orange Avenue Phone 25 miles should take I .
S FOUNTAIN GIRL-Experience Dealer wantedatsnce 1 1O' S rood (245 Can be bought with running condition :
n..e- 2-421 this one home S239 Jack Martin I .I GENERAL TIRE
I '
sary apply Albert Drug Write nrrrn money down S. Evans phone I 1936 PLYMOUTH
01'e and Princeton i .let phU Tenn car call or see L P Ha?an Central FORD-193R super sedan: good I $195
HOI to care for;' _ _ i I' 100 W. Jeflerson d.lux. WILLYS SEDAN-'39: 4 door moel' 329 State St Ph 7223 1942 DESOTO 2-door
SEE-WANE ; se-
. : Live InRc"m I SELL guaranteed low-priced sockets 2 !otors I as. new Felix Winn Standard Motors 48; In fine condition; 1935 AUBURN Comerf'eC25: .
Orange Blossom ;
board and salary 2421 S.I,I and wrynches to mechanic' Ysurittvronnt : $500 cash .m 3-1793 T.l at Washington (450: postcard to G Jackson Jr. Klsslmmee TO LIQUIDATE dan New engine, I $
Kuhl FcrnRettaurant.after_ _I_ III .vot. Moire. 47 NE 14th. I BET 4-or. bu. for me to bring It to yon for
: Wamt.Pla I or Chevrolet r FORD '4'7 coupe Lest than I thoroughly recondi- 1941 PONTIAC Sedan
for d.. .. _ _ Cub S
s Sehwer. 1843 Walker Ave !
OPER.'TOB chldrn' .
onlY. .. 5 EXPERIENCED i Pak rinir I one 49 home mtlev. for Xmao rotor 12193.Take JackMartini Ibis CONVENIENTLY LAT at Intersection i: Trade Your Car ESTATES tioned and will give '"""': 0
work of
c weekly salary ALE 91
Go ut
nufacturin: Co Pine Dr. to have coltS any .. lte drer. 75 I' ed Autos for Sale I 8409 Used C.r. 777 N. Ornge. 5 Kisslrrmee Fla a .1 Bro.d"'Y'1 I dependable service. 1939 PACKARD

pay good are conslm.r' ear lot 1937 to SdnS" 7

POSlrO.Stht; . Let as teach pl.n AC TO t and FOR COPE1941 super deluxe price* are reasonable our terrrs are For A LaterReconditioned 1934 BUICK -"
Ronfln sidinc AUCOShr"e to Phone "
'nu Florida Beauty College Jack- Isul.t. Ilnt. : best sale s.l. regular 1,3 do1 on all models IB S ';
'm ille Florida _ .I.tri. .ppl.nr.. farm here .ulomobl. m Mr tr.k Deale' be O.n.r. 2-4134- and 24 to pay Come see First N.'ID.l Bank at Ol.ndo 1938 STUDEBAKER Soil"s.rxo
slmilai'specialties : 1941 PACKARD 110"
ments 2-
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Page 12-B &unoott Irrattttrl-S'tar Telephones: 4161 or 3-1681 Orlando, Florida, December 14, 1947 Four MurderedIn BIG BAND TO PLAY AT LAKE EOLA

Lewis HoldingElection Oberlin Head To Be Feted Today'! Two Years Free 1 I Festival Of Music Set ,

_ 11 Members of the Oberlin Club j Dr. Stevenson, who was inaugurated I I i I Gang Fight
of Winter Park today will hear'' as president of Ober I Plans have been completed fort! Ray Eberling, well known

William Edward Stevenson, lin on :May 3, flew to Winter II AdvisedI a Central Florida Festival of Florida conductor, will lead the
Aces president of Oberlin College, at a Park Friday night from Ohio College I OllrAGO ["Pl Four men Music to open next Sunday in ,,band for both concerts. Guest
reception in his and Mrs. Steven especially for the reception. He were killed and two were conductors will direct some se-
I Lake Eola Park with 50 \
son's honor at 3 p.m. in Rollins was joined yesterday by Mrs. I I w ASHI r tp I Pres wounded early yesterday as a piece lections.!
WASHINGTON [tAPI] A -Alumni House.Hf' Stevenson, who had been visiting three small-time ho band offering a two hour program The festival
of cash and a free hand i Truman's Commission on Higher! 0 dIu m sSought has been approved -
in the lump 1948 presidential campaign ;' and Mrs. Stevenson who in Fort :Myers. 'Education I urged yesterday! that revenge against a stool of classical semiclassicaland by both the Orlando city
assets John L. will also speak will bee\- <, Before accepting the presidency -all worthy students be given modern music, it was announced -''council and the national organization
are two prize pigeon in Chicago's biggest::: mass
toned to Rollins by Pres.! of Oberlin he was associated ;' of the American Federation
Lewis counted up yesterday as a schooling' throughthe yesterday by A. C.
the AFL. Hamilton Holt. Plans are beIng in New York with the law first two years of college. gang slaymg since the St. Valentines of Music. Slaughter said and
result of quitting ,
i Slaughter of the
made for JOO members of firm of John W. Davis. Democratic : Day massacre of 1929. j secretary promises to be one of the out
The blunt two-word "we the club to attend. '. candidate for President in I Calling for "sweeping changes"in Com.I I Police shot and killed one Chamber of Commerce. standing musical events in Or-

disaffiliate" mf'ssagphlrh 'I\ R. A. Budington' president of']I' 1924. Dr. and Mrs. Stevenson mission higher recommended education the a reduction - I of the three gunmen and ar-! The Festival, which will include lando's history.Arrangements.
Lewis bent to the AFli late the club is in charge of arran e-I both served as Red Cross executives I I a second outstanding concert I have been
in tuition fees psipri another. madeto
for college: The third was
yesterday saves his ectO.OOO- ments. assisted by Miss Julia Patton '' for three years in Africa. on Dec. 28, is under co- hold both in the
concerts cite
member United Mine Workers vice-president. and Dr. Italy and Germany in the last upper classmen and graduate nu' .ma- and police believed he sponsorship of the Orlando
Union from paying well over secretary. war. students prompt elimination of ma' h;<\e been slain by his com Chamber of Commerce and the auditorium if inclement weather
$200,000 a year dues to the Henry Mowbray. I the "quota systE'm"anfi segregation r+ panionIf so, his death would !American Federation of Music. present:; appearances:: ; in Eola
Federation.It I and doubling present col- y bring the total killed to five. !'local No. 389.Musicians. Park. SI milliter: annoum-ed
divorces Lewis from i lege attendance by 19f>O. The three gunmen were ---
also i Fund DriveVeterans
any obligations to the AFL's ambitious Veterans To Open In the first of six volume* reporting 4 Thomas Daley, 42. leader of !! from all over Central .1:" ;.! 1
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education for she! pang: Lowell Fentress 21, Florida ill participate as a .
1948 political plans giving | on "higher -
I from every college allowances from $200 to $300 a M' v..I ; 't oit.MONKEY tori l .I members of one of the largest: -4PI
the UMW leader a free rein I allowances American Democracy." the ;SO in the upcoming campaign. And and university in Florida on month, raise subsistence of bene- ':''member commission also told SEE! Only[ a little killed!\ by police Fentresswas hands ever to appear in Or-
Lewis always has attempted to ,, Monday will spread throughoutcities fits on, obtain GI insurance and to ''Mr. Truman that many of the bubble, but Li Ersee, of Honan raptured and Morrelli is lando, Slaughter said. The Ideal Gilt J
influence in National elec. in European of education missing. The first concert. scheduledto We have 'em '
exert all over the State a launch an investigation into concepts Province in central China, is .
tions. !! should be abandoned and that The three last night killed start at 2:30:: p.m. at the hand-
concentrated drive to raise funds what the organization terms "un off to a good start on the s till. i ;;S
is another and possibly; shell in Lake Eola Park will fea "" ;
There ;. for reasonable delays" in the veterans 'the American education system .John Knrsi42!! :!, at the garage
even more important, factor in I to finance a national fight housing program. i should be strengthened and at art of blowing U. S. bubblegum :: he oprrated. Then' in an ture several of Central Florida'soutstanding
Lewis' action forsaking the AFL. higher subsistence allowances'and The organization will seek a 'tuned "to the needs of the free now being shipped to attempt to massacre' the witnesses soloists and will of
This is the green light it gives to investigate delays in the raise from the present $65 to $90a 'citizens of our democracy.." II' China by her American to the slaying, they fer a "well rounded" program of
him to go ahead full blast once I veterans housing program, it month in subsistence::; allow- I cousins. killed Kurds' friend, James mUSIC, it was said. Caldwell & Harvey
with both the revealed here by Bert Mullen '
more to compete was and from Alex, and murdered Emil: -
for single veterans
Rollins student and State ance Fall Kills Newscaster INVESTIGATE BEFORE YOU BUTI Modern Home Appliances
AFL and CIO in organizing SOO!( to S125 a month for married I !"Srhmeirhel a customer who
workers outside the coal indus I chairman of the newly organized veterans with an additional $15 I ATLANTA [API Edward J. :NKMT: HONORS FOR IKK happened to be in the garageat I' SALES & SERVICE
try National Conference of Veteran for one child and $10 for each Link 26 a radio news announcerfor I NEW YORK [API General of the time. 4 Yon :, appreciate oar trrrire de
In both politics and in union Trainees. child over one. Mullen said. radio station \VCON. was the Army Eisenhower last night The three gunmen also POT \ CASr.4 payment CONSULT them about
organizing competition, Lewis Mullen a senior at Rollins said I I killed yesterday in a 25-foot fall recOPf1'the Gold Medal for Distinguished wounded Kuesis' brother !Nick ,,-. vonr \nio Rrpairt.and WASHING MACHINE
already has tools at hand. donations asked! of business men Acting: National chairman of
down an elevator shaft in the Achievement awardedby and Frank Baker, 19. a garage -- r.reAa.nl 2213 FDGFWATFR: PR.
Lewis has main and firms throughout the State the Conference Is Fred OwenJr.
Politically. new Atlanta Constitution build the Pennsylvania Society of mechanic. Later police killed PHONE Z-19J2 ORLANDO
tained an organization, known as will be used to send a delegation ., a Stetson' University student I
Labor's Non-Partisan League. a of two veterans from Florida to who Mullen' said, is credited jingo New York. I Daley and captured Fentress. A HOMETOWN TRANSACTION)

long-dormant predecessor of the Washington where they will join with the idea of forming
present Political Action Committee. I'' veterans from every other Statein the organization.

I a battle to boost job training I The Washington Conferenceis

scheduled to be held Dec. 19
and 20 at which time a permanent -
National chairman will be

..... selected. Owen has announcedthat O dtiJARVIN
.' President Truman alreadyhas
\ Je
... expressed willingness to
21 Y \> meet with the group during their

conference.The .
1 ,..,; ",. proportionate share needed
by Florida veterans to help
lL finance the National Conference
.. .
; will hE $2.500. Mullen said. Contributions
1'>o'Z.r: ,, may he mailed to
Mullen. State Chairman National
t /' _h.. ... ': zrJ..r. -- !Conference. Box 30fi.: Veterans Rollins College.Trainees. rF, _

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Monday-E. M. Hughes. A Brief
History of Russia from 600 BC;

Tuesday-Capt. Chester Kerm- .
_ son. to he announced: Wednesday $ :
-Or. Walter Gould. The Rural $9250
Mind: Thursday-John Van .'
HvXe.. Politics and Politicians in
JOIN OUR 1948 the U. S. in 1RW; Friday-Dr. -
John Rranscomb. A Christmas i
Message: Saturday--open forum.
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Miss Jordan, Mr. RichardsonTo 1 k V"1II Miss Wilson's EngagementTo

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fir and Mrs. Dorsey L. Jordanof Orlando Senior High School andis 1 MISS MARY ANN HITCH .t I Announcement is being made with the Airpark she has obtained

this city are today announcingthe now employed at the Yowell-- t't .her I today by John A. Wilson of this i her private pilot's license.

engagement of their daughter -I Drew-hey Co. She is a member Table'I parents announce engagement.v Miss Clifton city formerly of Stoneboro Pa. Mr Showalter has resided In
Dorsey Nell, to Frank Rich- ''of II Tea \I"P;: of the engagement of his daughter Winter Park intermittently for a
ardson Jr.. son of :Mr. and :Mrs. the Alpha Beta Chapter of I Arlyne, to J. Sands Showalter number of years and attendedthe

Frank Richardson, formerly of Beta Sigma Phi Miss i Alary Ann Hitch BetrothedTo Becomes Bride son of )Ir. and Mrs. H. W. Winter Park High School

Chicago, Ill, and now of Orlando. ;I Mr. Richardson is a graduate Showalter of Fairmont, W. Va., and Rollins College. After the

The wedding will take place in :of Hirsch High School, Chicago, Chatter and Winter Park. war he established permanent
the early Spring. I IlL and is connected with the I i Dr. Roland F. Hotard Jr. Of }Mr. Ball Miss Wilson has spent most of | residence in Winter Park and

The bride-elect is a graduate of1'JarrjsTzvachtman Florida Press. I her life in Pennsylvania. She established Showalter Airpark.The .

-- By CYNTHIA Wedding Next Spring Will Unite Two Knowles Memorial Chapel, served for two years in the Ma-1 I wedding will take place

Rollins College, was attractIvely rine Corps Women's Reserve be- Dec. 30 at 4 p.m. at the All
Nuptials I Grand mothers are ecstatic Prominent Central Florida Families decorated with white seasonal fore making her residence in''\ Saints Episcopal Church, Winter

. I enough when they attain that Of wide social interest Is the Kappa Sigma social fraternity flowers, palms and greenery for Florida. She attended Rollins' Park. The Rev. James L Duncan

Saturday' At Knoivles ChapelKnowles |!status, but grandfathers can get I announcement made today by Beta Mu honorary biological fraternity the wedding Saturday at noon College.son University Winter DeLand.Park, and and Stet has invitations will officiate.will be Although issued relatives no:
and jubi- Hitch
an even prouder more Mr. and Mrs. Edward S. and Theta Kappa Psi when Miss Constance Maxine
I been connected with Showalter and friends will be mrct
Memorial Chapel will Ushers will inc.ade Ed Acreeof 'I:lant tone when they call you to of. the engagement of their medical fraternity. At present hr I
'! Clifton. daughter of. Mr. and Airpark for the past year. While welcome to attend the ceremony
be the scene of the wedding next Winter Park, William Anderson 'announce the momentous event. daughter, Mary Ann, to Dr. Roland is interning at Orange Memorial Oscar C. Clifton of New Smyrna i iI

Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock of Nashville: Tenn., Edward '. . At least DR. MEREDITH '; F. Hotard Jr., son of Mr. Hospital.The I I Beach, became the bride of Roland -

when :Miss Flora Harris, daughter -| Jones Jr. of Orlando, Parker I I MALLORY sounded like the hap- and Mrs. Roland F. Hotard of I marriage will take place A. Ball of Santa Monica, !: ,Miss' ,Millard's\ To Be

of Mr. and :Mrs. John Harrisof Banzhof and Reedy H. Talton of piest gramp in the world whenhe :'Winter Park. 'next Spring. 'i Cal. son of Mrs. Ernest R- Ball Wedding

724 Bonita Dr., Winter Park, : New York City, Jack McCall of told us about the arrival of The bride-elect a popular || The engagement party took of Port Clinton Ohio, and the .

becomes the bride of John Eric :Winter Park, J. M. Walker of At- SARA MARSHALL MALLORY, member of the younger set is a place yesterday afternoon when late Mr. Ball. Event Of Christmas Eve HereMiss

Twachtman. :Mr. Twachtman is lanta, Ga., uncle of the bride- born Friday morning at 11 graduate of Orlando Senior High! 'i Mrs George \\'. Persons and her | Dr. Arthur D. Enyart, of the
the son of Mrs. Anderson groom-elect; and Earl Q. Tyler o'clock to MARY and "BUD" School. She attended Florida ,two daughters, Mrs. Robert Mac- '
the Wanda Darleen Millard
college): performed ceremony of honor :Mrs. William P. Wood.
Xx-achtman of Winter Park and Winter Park. MALLORY. . Everybody is doing State University at Tallahassee Leish and Mrs. Thomas Erb en-
and Dr. Hamilton Holt Rollins daughter of Col. and Mrs. W. ,v.
TOT. Eric Twachtman of Cincinnati Miss Harris will be given in fine and the baby is adorable. ;and Rollins College and is a tertained at tea in the loungeof traditional Bridesmaids will include Mrs
l president the Millard of Winter Park, is today
0.The I marriage by her father. The I 000 ', member of Pi Beta Phi and the'I the Amherst. I gave Fred E. Good Jr., the former
Rollins blessing. announcing plans for her forthcoming -
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ceremony will be per- 'program of nuptial music will Because FRANK and EDITH Spinsters. Cotillion Club. 'I The hostesses used a profusionof i marriage to Herbert J. Virginia Winn, sister of the

formed by the Rev. James L. I be given by Edward J. Langley GALEY have so many friends in Dr. Hotard is a graduate of' Christmas greens and flowersto The program of music, Ann ren- Winn. son of Mr. and Mrs. Warren bridegroom-elect who is here

Duncan, rector of All Saints Epis--i soloist, and Herman Siewert organist Orlando we want to tell you of Winter Park High School: and decorate the lounge and each dered Fowler by vocalist Miss Marjorie and Herman R Winn of Winter Park from Asheville, N. C, for the
copal Church in Winter Park, i the invitations which they have Tulane University School of guest was presented with a
included I wedding; Mrs. S. C. Stark, the
Siewert, organist, com- I
and the traditional Rollins bless- i Following the ceremony Mr. I sent out for the forthcoming marriage Medicine He is a member of''' [Continued on PaC] of the bridegroom's father also.The ceremony will be per- former Judy Johnson, who will
ing will be bestowed by Dr. Ham- and Mrs. Harris are entertainingwith of their daughter, EDITH - -- i positions
formed the Rev. Atlanta also Mrs.
I the late Mr. Ball and of by James L. !be here from ;
ilton Holt. a reception at their home. ROMAINE, to WILLIAM AR- Mrs Ball. the former Jessie Mae Duncan, assisted by The Right I F. E. McGhee Mrs. William V
Miss Harris will have as her This afternoon Miss Harris is NOLD HON which will take
: Miss Rollison and
Jewett. both well-known Amer- Rev. C. B. Colmore, retired Strait Jr., Jan
matron of honor her sister, ?Mrs. i being complimented when her place Dec. 25 at 5 p.m., at St. 1'11chael's I who is
I 10 b ican song writers. Mr. Ball's'Let bishop of Puerto Rico, at 8 p.m. I Miss Vege Norris coming
Theodore Reed Winter Park. sister, Mrs. Theodore Reed, entertains Episcopal Church in the Rest of the World Go Dec. 24 at the All Saints' Episcopal from Raymondville, Texas, for
Paul Twachtman of Cincinnatiwill I with a shower and tea. Boise Idaho. . The reception was featured. :> Church in Winter Park. A the ceremony.
act as best man for his I Guests are invited for four will be at the Galey home in of j I[ reception will follow at the Offi- Best man for Mr. Winn will
brother. o'clock. I I Boise. . The Galeys moved to ditional The bride white wore bridal a gown satin, fashioned cers' Club. be Edwin Guernsey, while ushers

I Idaho when Edith Romaine was with high rounded neckline Robert Setzer, organist will will include Fred E. Good Jr.,
just a youngster and have gonein < present the program of organ Bruce Harriman of Sanford, Par-
yoke outlinedin
Inter-Fraternity, Dance Dec. 23 for apple Romaine raising is the and namesakeof ranching. :n>: a scroll marquisette design, with the same music, and Miss Margaret Bell, ,ker Enwright, James W. Stevens

I : Edith outline featured down the cen- 'Rollins voice student, will be 3d, Bernard C. Cartmel Jr.. WilIllam -
:I the MISS : i; ter front of the bodice and fitted ,1!soloist. | Cartmel, Morgan W. Price
Yule of Pa. who
A Pittsburgh ,
j ji
Highlight Of HolidaysInvitations
\ hipline. The long sleeves ended The bride-elect will have as i Jr. and Walter A. Dun Jr.
i I used to each Winter here. ;
spend i; ;
( in a point over each wrist and her maid of honor her sister. I Following the ceremony, Mr
And of ranchers. . .
to 1,500 Central ,;, the Inter-fraternity Assn. has ar- speaking << the full gathered skirt term- Miss Jo Anne Millard who will and Mrs. Millard are entertainIng _

Florida residents went out from ranged for each of the participating '! 000 -tf ftF. inated in a long train. Her fin- arrive from New York City for j' with a reception at the Of ff-

Gainesville last week, for the fraternities to choose a queento BETTY (RUBLE] and BURK-- gertip veil of bridal illusion, the wedding, and as her matron I cers' Club.
town ; Jp'r
i ETT BRAY JR. in '!l' I
Inter-fraternity dance to be held be presented at the Christmas in their stunning new sprinkled with tiny orange blossoms I --
Thursday i
,' bf. to her head 1-
Dec 23 at the Orlando Coliseum. ]1 balL The Stetson Hatters will Mercury convertible driving .v3 was caught I H
by a tiara of orange blossoms.She Maj.\ Airs. Gilbert Entertain [
A departure from the usual or- || furnish music for the dance, and ;,down from their ranch in Parma, carried a bridal bouquet ,: ,

der of each fraternity giving its ': will play background music of Idaho. . They'll be here with fashioned of camellias, showered

own Christmas dance, this af- I IqUef'n BETTY'S parents, Dr. and Mrs. with tuberoses. At 1
fair sees the consolidation of afljmber each fraternity's is presented song as their Jerry Ruble, until mid-February. Mrs. Marian Van Buren Cleve- Large! Group, Informal Party

of fraternities at the I 000 Y.' land, dean of women at Rollins I :Maj. and Mrs. Allan J. Gilbert I :Mr. and Mrs. Cloyd McClung,
rniversity of Florida joining together I Alumni and guests who received Goings and Comings: FLET- was matron of honor. She worea
entertained with informal Mrs. Helen Basehoar Lt.
an Kay
under the chairmanshipof invitations may make CHER McELROY'S charming yellow crepe dress and gold : I
Ilof I I KATE has cocktail party Friday evening at Laing; the Misses Darleen Millard -
Raymer Maguire Jr.. ATO. i I table reservations by carting any guest MASON returned colored accessories. Her arm

and a corps of committee members the following fraternity mem- to her home in Birming- bouquet was of white glamelias, their home on Palmer Ave., Winter Jan Rollison, Katharyn

I 'ham. . MRS. LOUISE GAL- and featured white satin stream- Park. I Henry and Gladys Smith.
To add a note of festive gaiety I bers: K. S. Harold V. Condict LINGER is expected to arrive (
Their included Gen. Leo
37 E. Central Ave. PLP- from New 1 ers.Bridesmaids guests
- --- ; Stanley Wednesday Rochelle Miss Harriet I '
N. Y., and will the seasonin :: .,sII' were I A. Walton and his daughter, ;
Becker, 117 E. Copeland; LCA spend Kirby and Miss Mary Upthegrove. : DAB ClubsSet
Winter Park. . Newly-weds i I :Miss Peggy Walton, Gen. and
Miss DeLoach Bill McGuire, Winter Park SAE ... and they wore gowns of j
; '
,CAROLYN [COLLINS] and ED f''.. ,' Mrs.
y pink and blue satin respectively, : Homer L. Sanders, Gen.
\v.v.. Arnold, Florida Bank' M'LEOD planning to drive ", "" 'u.t {'" j Activities
are f.s + carrying bouquets cf glamelias. I j and Mrs. James B. :Newman,
Gives Plans Bldg.; ATO Bob Heasley 1638 S. down from Jacksonville to spend :, Ernest! A. Ball of Daytona Gen.1 t

Delaney St.; SC Bill Buning, Christmas with Carolyn's parents :, ..;f t Beach !served as best man for and Mrs. Edwin J. House, 'I Activities of the Orlando AirBase

phone 8361; KA Jimmy King, DR. and MRS. C. J. COL lfJ' ;f. his. brother. Ushers included I', and Mrs. John F. Egan, CoL and Women's Club and of theOfficers'

Wedding Judge Victor Hutchins' office; LINS. DR CYRUS SHARP r <(! r .1Ylewah;; Dean Wendell C. Stone of Rol- : Mrs. Early E. W. Duncan, CoL-
I CP Roger Barker : : PKT ''much improved since his p ,. Club, OAB, this week
2-36J' eye operation lins and Edward Copeland of and Mrs. R. A. Dunn. CoL and
Miss Jean DeLoach of this cityis A. E. Karst 7579: TK Wesley Fly at Johns Hopkins has re- .' 'h'" f : ; Daytona Beach and Rollins. will be as follows:
Mrs. W.V. Millard Col. and Mrs.
today announcing plans for 9821: PKP Albert Carter Jr.., 12 ,:' : .3 I 'm.i4""j TODAY .Music by Dean Hud--
S. Main St.: SN Bill Pittman [IContinnrd on Page ':-{'] I II .. Following the ceremony, a reception Cortlandt S. Johnson, CoL and
her forthcoming; marriage to for the son and his orchestra
6663; BTP Wayne G. Cooper. I I i J wedding party Mrs. Leigh Wade, CoL and Mrs.
Bob W. Kendrick son of Mr. and families was held at the in main lounge.Officers' .
8188; SPE Robert R. Scott, Route i, I ,' I Robert A. Rollison. CoL and Mrs.
and Mrs. Goodwin ,, -'. home of Dr. Arthur D. Enyart. .
Mrs. C. W. Kendrick, which ,,1, Box 26I . ; Philip B. Foote. CoL and':Mrs. Club from
Here decorations of white
will take place Dec. 23 at 3 p.m. I The board of governors of the I i t/i':: flowers\ and greenery were, also. A j I William A. Moore, CoL and Mrs. 6 to 9 p.m.

at the First Methodist Church.Dr Central Florida Inter-Fraternity Rosalind ClubChairman C ; three-tiered wedding cake cen- I Warren R Winn, Lt. CoL Vance MONDAY . Women's Club will
Assn. includes ATO Charlie Lt. Col and Mrs. FelixM.
John Branscomb, ministerof tered the bride's table. I II Murphy entertain with a for-
Lewis, SAE Jim Bowe. KA Jim MISS MARY JANE PETER J Hardison, Lt. Cot and Mrs.
mal 9:;0
church, will perform the I Mr. Ball and his bride left by reception at :
Hitch, Kappa Sigma Mack Peters New I II I Robert Welchel, Lt. Col and Mrs.
. to celebrate Year's in Miami p.m. in main lounge.Officers' .
-'emony. The bride-elect will be Sigma Phi Epsilon. Clarence plane on a wedding trip to John Rand Lt. CoL and Mrs.
Club. honoring
gnen in marriage by her father Burton. Beta Theta Pi. Ken Ails- Mrs A. N. Goodwin is chair ,I "gr : and Ohio to visit his relatives -' Nelson Cramer. Lt. Col and Mrs. Robert S.
J. F DeLoach. 1 worth; Lambda Chi Alpha. Bob man of the hospitality committeefor after which they will go I Wilfred E. Brown. Maj. and Mrs.

No formal imitations will be Toney; Sigma Chi. John Black: the bridge tea on Dec. 18 at Miss Alary' Jane Peter, ChosenSponsorForOrangeBotulGame to Santa :Monica: to reside. I II ,'I James Pre3tteIaj.: and Mrs. John news,analyst.well-knovm

issued but all friends of the Chi Phi. Jack Foraker: Pi KappaPhi. the Rosalind Club. Mrs. Charles I A graduate of Rollins College John Brennen Maj. and Mrs. !

couple are invited to attend the Judson Walker Jr.: Phi Collins is vicechairman.Others and recipient of Master of Stephen F. Noonan Maj. and WEDNESDAY . Game night

wedding. Kappa Tau. Jack McCown: Sigma serving on the committee ; Science degree from Washington Mrs. Robert W. Doenges, Maj. for club membersand ,,..
Miss DeLoach has selected for Nu.:Bill Pittman: Theta Chi Joel are the Mmes. John Russell, Miss State University, the former and Mrs. P. J. Hoke, Maj. and guests in m >
Peter, of
Mary one privilege of Office
her I Wells Pi Lambda selecting sponsors to Miss Clifton is listed as one of I Mrs. H. M. Kennard lounge
maid of honor her sister, I : Phi Marshall Leland Daniel, Hamilton Gibson, this I Capt. and
city's most and attend the Bowl Club at 8:15
popular :
Miss Martha Delxwch. Best man Nirenberg. I Warren Parks. Orange game the outstanding tennis stars of Mrs. L. G. Johnson Capt and p.m.
Henry C. armstrong
I -
for beautiful debutantes will represent and take part in the week-long the United States. Mr. well- I' FRIDAY . Bridge and pj"
Mr Kendrick will be Richard I Dance chairman i is RaymerMaguire Gratton Hammond Sid- Ball Mrs. C. B. Coleman, Capt and
Hayes, who is coming from Orlando at the annual festivities are Jackson ville, known composer and arranger of Mrs. Russell Smith capt Stan- pong will beniaycd
i Jr. ATO; secretary Larry ney Swope Henry Hall, and
Orange Bowl classic Miami Tampa and Palm Beach. I
in on at Officerrf-Spb by
Auburn music from Ped-
University in Alabama Condict. Miss Elizabeth Over-street and was graduated ley Smith, and Capt. Edwin
Kappa Sig finance.
for the wedding. Elmer : Miss Rose New Year's DaAnnounce- :I Miss Peter is the daughter of die Preparatory School: and Fenn Wright members aMI gues'sat
Atkins. SAE: publicity.Jim Phelps. ment of her honor was made' Mr. and Mrs Asher Peter. She College. and studied music at Also Mr. and Mrs. Gamble r 8 p.m.
A program of nuptial music 1 Ro\\e. SAE: in\" tntion". 'bet The Rosalind Club will hold esterday by John T. Branham. i is a graduate of Orlando Senior I
be I Carnegie Hall. He is now writing Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. Howard SATURDAY . Regular Saturday
\\:1l: Carter presented by Miss Virginia Wells, TC: decorations, Robert open house on Christmas Day for.regional ,vice-president of the High and attended Mary Washington his third course of instruction Wheeler, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Har- night dance at
soloist and Mrs. Scott SPE !
Jessie Pedrick Baker, I ; door and reservations :I members and their families andI Orange Bowl committee. J'; College in Fredericks- on the playing of the Ha- ,I gis, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Miller f Officers' Club from
organist. Clarence j
Burton. SPE. I i houseguests. I Other Florida cities given the [Continued on Page S-C] 1 waiian steel guitar. I Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Phillips Jr., 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.'utfe .

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Page 2-C T (Thf: fcmthait &rntinrl-&tar Telephones: 4161 .or 3-1681 Orlando, Florida, December 14, 1947 I Rollins Christmas Service ART

I I SUPPLIESOsrnbsrbgr

Garden Circle Scheduled Today And Tuesday and
Regener oranabutJJ'WTh3E2 !dl We. r 01.,
The annual Christmas S rvtce .Mary Louise Sinclair, Catherine ca. C brvshts water ,eclats c...,.
Hostess To I i Stresses YuleDecorations In Knowles Memorial Chapel, Sorey Terrell Weaver, Margaret vat, sketch -
Rollins College, will be held today i|Williams. Genevieve Wright, block bee, U art :: I''n'r [ I! at 6:15: and 8:30: p.m. An extra ':Nancy Van Zile, Mary Lee Ay.crigg. .
OES PartyThe service is scheduled this year at Nancy Burnett Lois ROLLINS STORE, INC

i t> JEAN TOTHERS I 7:30: p.m. on Tuesday, Dec 18. ,Cheesman, Virginia Cheney WINTER PARK !{ IWNiSMAUiiZl
Editor' It will be worth a motor trip I
HENRY Society
Worthy Matrons and As- By KITTY Club Editor, I The Chapel Choir, Rollins': Mary Haley, Mary Frances Hill
ociate Matrons Club ot District LAST BUT NOT least of the stars In the forthcoming production, around the Virginia Heights section Foreign War Brides Organization Chamber Orchestra, Men's Octet, Agnes Hendrix, Jane Hood Bar -- -

Hilarity, interviewed in this column is ambitious Derry I, of Winter Park to see the will enjoy a Christmas and Girls' Glee Club will partIcipate bara McLaughlin, Margy Mount-
15 OES, held its Christmas party Deane, daughter of Mrs. Isobel Deane of Winter Park. Fifteen years Christmas decorations If the display party, sponsored by the Orange in the service. Rollins students castle, June Nelson, Mary Roth-

and meeting<< this past week at old and a senior at Winter Park i of exquisite decorations exhibited" County Chfepter of the AmericanRed Beverly Burkhart, Arthur j ermel, and Mary Upthegrove, Jon !

the home of Mrs. Minnie Reg n- High School, Derry will play two . Cross, on Monday at 7:30: ,\". Swacker, and Sidney Lanier Cooper, Robert Costello, Willard
er, Grand ihsttuctor of District violin solos in the high school .' ; at the Virginia Heights pm. at the San Juan Hotel will offer The Call to Worship, Crompton, Dred Hartley, Warren
I3.1n Gotha. I' glee club's annual minstrel to be : [Garden Club Circle, meeting<< at I lounge. I The Invocation, and The Christ Kuehl, Jack McCauslin, Frederick -

The spacious rooms were decorated I presented at the school auditorium ;:4jijpr the home of Mrs. G. F. Lazarus, I 000 i mas Story respectively. : McFalls, Edward Rosevear
is indication of what to exI Women's Missionary! Union of I The tableau, under the direction Milton Schwartz, Eugene Simmons -
8.15 Wednesday.An any
the motif at
t i in Christmas ; p.m. '
I will
the First! Baptist! of Constance Ortmayer, associate nd Ernie
and arbor talented I the holidays. I II
of exceptionally during
with branches pine I pect '
hold its monthly inspirational professor of sculpture, Also Ernest Bartholomew.
Yitae; a Christmas tree, electrically l young lady, Derry was featuredin I Mrs. W. W. Baker gave a program meeting at the church Monday will present students Carlyle Percy Hubbard, Richard John-

lighted and decorations.adorned with On Ripley's Believe It Or Not because . illustrating how to make from 3 to 4 p.m. . The program Seymour as the Virgin Mary, and son, Edward Langley, David Larsen -
the Christmas she conducted the Hollywood Christmas decorations and what I will consist of a Christmas play- Dorothy Best and Anita Donners-1 I Cameron MacCardell William -
the buffet ""was in a rarigated centerpiece colorIngs of- Baby Orchestra when only to do with material available in let entitled, Bethlehem Neigh- berger as angels. Nancy Brink- Madsen, Michael Mali Rob-

snapdragons and the Chtistm table two years old. When she was such profusion around us. One bors. man, Van Louis McDaniel, Elea- ert McCue. Ainslie B Minor.
featured a central four she was featured in the of the most outstanding samplesof I I 000 nore Cain. and .lacqualine Bul- Thomas Mullen, John Murphey,
centerpiece surroundedwith RKO movie, New Faces of 1937, Mrs. Baker's art was a Della Orlando Philatelic f'odf'1)will lock will be candle-bearers.] Dick and Kenneth Newbern.
slender l red taper, solo. Robia wreath made of assorted meet Monday at 7:30: at the PARKER"SI'S
violin p.m.
greens<< silver and reds. in which she played a Verigan will assist with the light 'I Solos l will be taken by sopranos : -
She has continued both violin pods and fruits set upon ever home of Mrs. Avis Alexander, ing.
Red paper rope in an attractive Margaret Bell. Mary
design centered the long table. : and piano studies since that green. Another arrangement in 527 Broadway.noOI I I Instrumentalists are the" fol- Branning, Carol Kirkpatrick.

.A turkey dinner with, the usual time, and last year took part in the admired modern for manner its silvered was greatly leaves I I F. I.. and T. Club Past KoWe I lowing faculty members, advanced :' Terrell Weaver and Nancy Van ( ;; -
of Christmas the Bach Festival in Winter students and musicians living
accompaniments Rehekah' Zile; alto Mary Rothermel, tenor
Grands of Lucerne
served to members of chosen and grasses, accented with spir- ''in Central Florida Prof. Al- :: / :
foods she :
was Park. Recently was als of silver, which Mrs. Baker Lodge No. 36, will meet at the Warren Kuehl, and bass Edward // -
the club and to their guests who to rw> a member of the newlv phonse Carlo, concertmaster, Langley.
home of Miss Cora Crotts, 221
included former club members, formed Rollins College Chamber explained were expanded their annual Derry Deane, Mrs. Edith Allen I Mrs. Leone W. .1
silver strips from tin cans that Palmetto St., for Hallenberg, I A1P
now past matrons. I Orchestra, which, is quite an I open with a key. An evergreen Christmas party at 8 p.m. Mon- and Ann Lovell, first violin; Prof. I I Miss Ellen V. Apperson, Mrs. I
Following the dinner, the brief student.DERRY DEANE"I Charles G. Rex, Frederick Mc-
honor for a high school Edith Allen. and Mrs. Marian
bell, with a flower at the bottom day. The newest for
business meeting preceded exchange Falls. McCauslin. and Mrs
I am very much interested . talented violinist. I to simulate the danger, and ooo.Lucerne Betty Willcox are in charge of ward
Stebbins of Christmas of Orlando gifts.acted Mrs. in orchestra work," she informed, "and hope some day to be a with hidden bells within, made Rebekah Lodge X 00 Margaret Flinsch second violin Dr.; robes. The program: I Christmas, the Jewel-'
as Sunny Santa Claus. member of one of the great symphony orchestras in the United i a doorway piece, and a snowy 36 Choir will meet for practice Bernard Fischer Friedland and, Mr. ; Preladnrtar.. from "The Mutsh"flandri I II like ',,' deml-tiie.
States. On graduation from Winter Park High School in June, I table piece with Copenhagen at 7 p.m. Monday at the Fraternal Rudolph George i.I|
will beheld
The meeting Edward seams Clumber
January Orehntr
A bel e, violoncello ,
with Apopka members, at Derry plans to continue her studies at the Eastman School of polar bears among glass "ice" Bldg.Lucerne 000. : Rovevear and Fay Crouse; double Profession AU Ye FilthfnlTh Hymn !lo. 294.-O, Come S hut 'SI' In everything

the home of Mrs. Mary Stephens, Music 'I cubes and marbles and white Rehekah Xo. bass; Mr. Bertil Boer and Mrs. Call to WoMhtp BrrerlT BnrkhtrtThf but dimensions!
painted rocks' another much Lodge: In. at1oa. Arthur W. .
was SvackrrOlarr
of o o o
matron Apopka chapter
Dorothy Olson;:; flute: John Mur- _
admired work of art. 36 will have its regular meeting to Ood In The Rithrst Ptrtolrrl Its beiaty will please
on Thursday night, Jan. 29. AND MRS. EDWIN J. HOUSE have as their guests Mrs. and also Christmas phey and Mrs. James Johns. From RttTtn Abort seth .
Guests included: Mmes. Stella GEN. i The rest of the program celebrating a program with ttrtnc quartet and organ her eye..its delicate,
parents, :Mr. and Mrs. W. A. LeBreu of Syracuse, N. Y. Christmas consisted of Thursday at 8 p.m. at the Fra- clarinet; Hila V. Knapp harp: The Thrre Klnis When
Winter:Bowen, Orlando Park; Mary; Bertha Gardner Ault,, The LeBreus are occupying the guest house at the House estate in readings distributed!'> among the ternal Bldg. . All Rebekahs Katherine Carlo. celeste; Carlton The Chrlstmti(!.lth birktronnd Stor?-Sidney music Lanier compact size hertaste

1targaret Bast, Kissimmee; Winter Park until they build a home of their own, having decided members of poems and short are invited. . Rereshments will r.I lie!'!pie and Stanley Rudd. Carol of the Sheep Bells IM.n'a SloTtk-Konnti Octet for I finer writing instrument

Gladys Daniels, Ethel Wells, to make their home here Mr. and Mrs. LeBreu have lived in Eu- stories about Christmas legendsand ': be served in the banquet hall. trumrets. Sin Me ftoel Once More Basque
Apopka: Edith Elliott Jackie rope intermittently for the past 15 years, while Mr. LeBreu was customs, and discussion of 000Chaptetr Ernie Walker and Warren The Hot. and the IT? BouthtoaJesa convenient
Babe of Bethlehem Charles O Rex
Hensel.l Mabel Holmes, SL Cloud; president of the foreign market for Toledo Scales. I the handling and preparation of AC of PRO will meet Kuehl Ed Rosevear. Jon Cooper. 3 Ctech Christmas carols AIT J. Rrlcka tocarry.SI2S0SI500
for its regular business; and Ed Langley. Kenneth Newbern, The Girls' Glee Club
members were: Mmes. Minnie I o o o | growing things to be used tn Christmas Monday at Cameron MacCardell and Rich- I Christmas D.T __ _.. Hoist
Regener, president of the club : decorating.I program I I wltb har" strlna Cluart.t inS orion
MARY LOUISE HILL Is arriving here today from In- the home of Mrs. S. S. members of the _
and instructor, district 13, I MISS\ I Clement Wilcox chairman 8 p.m. at ard Johnson are Offertory AYe Maria Schubert
grand Nadine Lelah Ind, to spend Christmas holidays with her aunt, of the circle, conducted the Harris n.30: Brarlshaw Terrace. Men's} Octet. The Girls' Glee Clubis with *olln. violoncello harp and Orion I
OES, Slaughter, The Little Jesn of Broil (Harp obblitato!
Van Wie, Nellie Emrich, Hazel Mrs. Mabel S. Allen of 405 E. Livingston Ave. Mrs. Allen is drivingto business of the meeting priorto The president.! Mrs. Annie E. composed!'; of Mary Louise Sin Portniuese oaul J

B. Pfeiffer, Sunny Stebhins, Orlando Daytona Beach to meet her niece who is making the trip by the program, and called upon Raehn. will preside at the meet- clair. Margaret S. Williams. Anne Lullab On Christmas F. Melius Ere Christiansen
; Essie" Wyckoff, Christine train. Mary Louise is now head teacher in arts and crafts for the all members to attend the Carol ing. Mrs. W. L. Corkhill will Lewis Turley Mary Branning. Silent Ififht Oruber Ham,HOBBY IfOOtt

Rummer, Winter Park: Vera Gil. i American Red Cross in Indianapolis . Lorraine Davies, Conover Singing event of the club, to be have charge of the Christmas Barbara Coith Jacqueline Big- O The Holr Hallelujah Nitht. Harp Chorus.ohhliato from The Messiah AdOrns "..
bert, Dorothy Cody, Kissimmee; model, and Robert Greene of New York are arriving here Tuesday held on Christmas Eve aroundthe music and program. An exchangeof serstaff Joanne Dilley, Jean baSil 1115 E. Colonial r
Pat Duke. Ann Trout. St. Cloud; to spend the holidays with Lorraine's mother, Mrs. Betty lighted tree at City Hall be- Christmas gifts will close thee'ening's Clancy. Mary Frances Hill. Mary B.n.dtetlon Recessional.-and Carols Am.n-harp and string t 0"', Drive .m:
Evelyn Ellis, newly elected wor- Davies, and grandparents. Mr. and Mrs J. J. Newman. !tween 7 and 8 p.m. She also holiday !session. Un- Clair Upthegrove. Jane Hood. O!uarta& -- -_- -
thy matron of Garden Cities o o o called upon the president of the affiliated members are invited to .June Nelson and Gretchen Her-

Chapter, OES, Winter Garden; club. Mrs. F. D. Trismen. to attended and requested to notifythe pel. .
Mary Stephens, Ruth C dmus, VIRGINIA SHAW well-known soprano of Winter Park and New answer questions about the pro- hostess in advance. I Members of the Chapel Choir Left: Lady of the Lake-$2 50
her Times Hall debut in New York this past w eek o ft oColonlaltown include Carolyn Alfred. MargaretBell
to transfer the
Apopka. posal FriendshipRose Beiow Wee
offering a program of songs the major portion of which were by Garden from Station Squareto Woman', Club Jacqueline Biggerstaff.Iary t'1."iifl; : Bonnie Lassie-$1.25

Poulenc Cornelius and Nin. with two by Kerby.="iles. Reviews of the grounds of the Woman's will hqld its annual Christmas Branning. Elizabeth Bull. Many others at various prices
A picture of the recitals gained for Virginia the following' praises: 'A song pro- Club. party Monday at 8 p.m. at the Joanne Byrd, Shirley Christensen. -

gram that was easy on the ears . full of variety, the interpre- clubhouse on N Fern Creek. . Barbara Coith, Alison Cun- t: : t from $1.00
WATCHCOffflX tations sympathetic and the house appreciative . Miss Shaw's Mrs. L. L. Tucker program ninghame!, Virginia Estes Virginia .
soprano; voice is natural sounding and pleasant. It had an even Philathea chairman has varied and inter- Giguere, Barbara Herring.
I esting program planned. . Pearl Jordan, Carol Kirkpatrick
quality throughout its range and an easy accuracy of voice production
'- and intonation which were a joy to hear." All of which Mrs. Glenn Ashmore is general Sally McDowall, Jeannie Romer,
Class MeetsThe chairman of plans for the party.
speaks very highly for Miss Shaw, whose performances here have I
1. . Everyone is a":ked 1 to bringa
delighted many a Central Floridian. Philathea Sundav School can or food stuffs for the Foreign War Brides I f
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Class of the First Methodist Christmas basket and a % to 50
va. s3* Sth Miss\ Alary' Ann Hitch Betrothed Church held its annual Christ cent gift as;:; there will he a Guests At Yule PartyOn

mas party at the church Thursday Christmas tree and exchange:: ofgifte..elcoming Monday evening Circle No.
I e\emng.: ;:; hostesses! I of the Women's Society of
To Dr. Roland F. Hotard Jr. I Mrs.!': J. B. Haughton. president, will be the Mmes. E. B. Moses, Christian Service held its December
IN COLLEGE PARK presided. Mrs K. G. Wilson and and R. S. Brown. meeting in the Church
It'. I Continued from Page I-CI] i Mrs. Marie Stiles assisted by o o oPa Hall of Goss Memorial Methodist

candy-filled stocking from the | Marshall Mallory Robert Petrie, Miss Hazel Agler: at the p'ano' '.t Noble Grands Club of Or. Church.
FERRIS FASHIONETTE Christmas tree. Attached to thefavors i Max Millitzer, W. A. Dun Jr., rendered several musical Selections lando Rrhekah Ixxlje!; Xo. 12 will Instead of the usual businessand
Mrs E. H. Curtis gave the hold its Christmas and pal party study, the members were I
for were cards bearing the I Jerry Ross. I devotional. Monday at 8 p.m. at Fraternal host to a number of girls of the FROM HOLLYWOOD: The latest fad for girls of
Smart Cltthu For names of Miss Hitch and her Also the Mmes. Milton Powell , A reading, entitled The Christ Bldg. recently organized Foreign War ,
fiance. I IA. J. Thomas Jr., Charles!': M Pot- mas Story was given by Mrs. 0)0 I Brides' Club and to several out- I all ages Collector's Dolls. These lovely miniature
Ten Sill 1 to 14 Mrs. W. J. Steed assisted Mrs. i ter John Hand, .Tames Kuyken- E. C. Blomeley. This was followed Xatjr Mother Club will hold a of-town visitors, for an evening

T.r. for Llttl Tots Persons and her in ; dall, Charles Davis!':, Horace Jacobs by Christmas!' games with Mrs. cohered dish luncheon Tuesdayat ,, of fun and entertainment I creations are beautifully dressed, elegantly coiffured and
daughters 3d., Julian :Myrick, Sam WilI (j Virginia O'Neal in charge. 12 p.m. at the home of Mrs.T. Mrs Ann Kerce was "Emcee"j
entertaining. I kins. Grattan Hammond Jr., 'I The class presented the teacher G. Bird, 219 E. Marks St. in charge of the ready to make your little lady's Christmas one to remember -
FERRIS FASHIONETTE Guests with the honoree In- I A. T. Carter Jr., Daniel Draper, Mrs. Lillian Coolman with a 000 In addition to carol singing

am" Cdfewater Dr. rhe.. TTU cluded the Mmes. Edward Hitch, ':William Slemons. Felix Fudge, Christmas! Rift Many other gifts Advisory Council meeting of and games: a short program was for years to come. 4

R. F. Hotard. James R. Varner, I Phillip Igou, Gerald Gay. James were brought for the County the \'ounl1'omf'n': Community provided by :Mrs. John Blanton
j Cleveland. Robert Murphy. Rob- Home. Club will be held Tuesday; at and Mrs. T. Woodford.. I
Carter Whitmire. Carl Miller,
ert Reynolds, Norman Mallory. i I !10:30: a.rn. at the club annex. Ii Mrs. Irene Taylor and Mrs. F. I
Jack BuicFord Rogers Jr.,
Also the Misses;:; Mary Jane Everly-Rayman non Capwell were in charge of refreshments
V. C. Thomas, Robert Marshall,
I assisted bv Mrs. L.
i Mallory Mary Bartlum Margaret X'okomis Council 23, Degree' of I
WhistlingOyster Richard Fletcher V. L. Ward,
Nuptials Told Wasserboehr and Mrs. T. J.
Baugh. Pauline Harrell Jean I Porahonta*, will meet Tuesdayat I
- --
I Yothers Marjo Dukes Patricia Mr and 1Irs.Ierle Rayman of 8 p.m. at Fraternal Hall. There I Butts.
I I Pattishall, Willa Steed Carolyn Winter Park are announcing the will be a covered dish supper at

Rich, Dorothy Koehler, Sara marriage of their daughter. Paul '' 6:30: p.m. for members and their 506 E. Concord. . Serving as
Notes Layton, Nancy Layton. Nancy ine. to Wilbur E\erly of this city, families, which includes Econ- co-hostesses will be Mrs. Walter
: Barber Martha McCord, Betty which took place Dec. 7 at the lochatchee Tribe Red Men. This Baker and Miss Daisy Godlove. I
: I Murchison Alice .Tane Sullivan, home of the Rev. and Mrs. C. E. will be followed by a short busi- 000

Don't Ie!'pair Mary Helen .Jacobs Martha Ann Bower. 1 ness meeting after which all i Pine CaMle P-TA will meet

If YOu Have Been n.I.'f'd here can Maguire, Fontaine Winston, The quiet ceremony was performed will join in a Christmas party. Thursday at 8 p.m. at the school.
Starting Yo.f Christmas Peggy Walton and Beryl Camp- by the Rev. Bower, minis I Each one is to bring a gift . The regular business meeting I
Shopping hell of New York, houseguest of ter of the Church of the Brethren -I 000 will be held, and Miss Helen 214 N. Orange Avenue 0 Phone 6668
finer gift for your Mrs. Draper. and the couple's only attendants Christmas banquet, a high- Gardiner and a group of OHS
There is plenty of time and I were Mr. and Mrs. For- :light of the year for the Business . students will present a Christ'
we can help you in & way that home and ;c.. g.r.f.! ."__._ rest Chambers of Winter Park. ,. Women's Bible Class! of the mas program. . John H. Kauf.
will make it easy-easy. In family "Gifts for All Occasions" I Mr. and Mrs. Everly are mak- First Baptist Church will beheld man, commercial salesman of the *
spit 6f overwhelming Christ | in? their home at 2520 E. Marion at the church at 6:45: p.m. Florida Power Co., will speak to I ;

maO tales, we have a whole than Ilzt' 4 The Smart Gift Shop = St., Orlando. Tuesday. Each member is asked the group on the subject, School '
lot of fresh merchandise I, to bring a gift for exchange. Lighting. ;lJ,'
Cor. South St. .. AT*. R 000 I
Or&Bf i 000
orders on the most popular Add crushed peppermint stick I I 4 '
things that sold out first gift? efmusie) PhoB. J-JllS R candy to an ice-cream mix before Grand Ave. Home Demonstra- I Button Collector Club will ThlM ((1 *.. .

,..n.rIIn, ; n I'I ''\ it goes Into the refrigerator. lion Club will meet Tuesday at meet with Mrs. D. J. Mason and [
We even have plenty of 'the home of Mrs. Carl Wichten- Miss Eleanor Mason, 419 E. II III 4Jdt .
dahl, 1217 25th St. The business I . I
good-really goodChristmascards. South St., Thursday at 2 p.m. I b"'i ;\
You may still have I Lit efmusfft meeting will be at 11 a.m., covered ; The first hour will be spent! In j i '

them Imprinted If you wish.Well / dish luncheon at noon and exchanging duplicate buttons j / ,. .
lot you have your envelopes brings with if): each member Is asked to bringan and in displaying cards of'< ,,. "\ ",
meantime, to begin inexpensive! gift for exchange. 'enamel buttons brought by mem : /, "' 'J
Udr 6Sin I 000 bers. . At 3 p.m. the study period tolidsy dresses /: dP ;,::' '
iiJ .
Jove D'Dm'aJuntltss I Ladles' Auxiliary of Veterans will open with Mrs. Clifford ( .re petty p,,ugh ',.. "if'
Large Shipment Of Foreign Wars, Post! 203, will Woodward, president, explaining to h"l 011 t .k! / -'(
Arrived this Week pleasanthours. have a business meeting Tues and illustrating from her collection -i Chrilt"t, (a'/ b.
for Nearly Every Department I day at 8 p.m., at the armory. the several types of enamel ., tree .. . ',1scxt\ ,'

; DON'TBE Plans for a benefit are under way buttons. . Those wishing to \ \ 7
Just In time, we receivedmore I I and other important matters will may call Mrs. Msaon. .,., II, I.-V "...9'l colors ?ill Iotao,
Lingerie, Purses, Dolls, be up for discussion. All memo -- ---- / I II I1;,, fraud tiossisel-high.. shade
Mark Cross Leathers, Christmas LATE bers are urged to be present 1 fIf.2 in shadow
Candles, Dinner Servicesin 000 I taffata.
fine china and good pottery, skbii7i-aci; :i Annual Christmas play of the HEARXMAS

Swedish Stemware [completesets Time's growing ihert. Concord Park School will beheld 'i' ",,--,

). Jewelry Stationery, and a look i Tuesday at 7:30: p.m. at the ..'"
Handkerchief, Lamps. We Finish your gift lilt at schooL . This meeting will take ....
also have good Sewing Cabinets Ruth Covington'i One I place of the regular P-TA meet .....yo _

Smoking Stands Waste Christmas Shop ing. . All parents are invited. 7 '
Baskets. Desk Sets, Diaries, Step 000Chprokf'fI ,
Engagement Pads, etc., etc. -you're sure to find P.T.will hold an BELLSthis ,

Tbel EXQUISITEJcrosomc lovely gifts to please open meeting Tuesday at 8 p.m.
A Cocktail Tablecan \
at the school with Mrs. W. W.
be / everyone! See the smart Wyckoff. president, presiding. "
year. . '
Very Important In a RoomIn gift boxes of stationery by . Mrs!' John Branscomb will be "
fl in charge of the devotionals. . with the wonderful
addition to our regular : BY BALDWIN and the other famous There's '
Crane Whiting names. The '
Eighth Chorus!!, di-
styles, we have four that are ALL-IN-ONE SONOTONE!
very outstanding one with one to brighten the Christmas of each gentleman and reected by Miss Mildred Gibb,

modern Chinese feeling in lady on your list. Children will adore the special boxes will present The Shepherds a Christmas Christmas pageant be Make forgotten this a Chriatmat. . hearing never your to ,t , j

dark mahogany:; one oval designed just for them. There's still a fine selection by Otis M. Covington. . Aftera friends and family naturally! ;. "'1 ,
antique: one extra large. very Many great advance for moat .
short': business meeting there \ -t.
beautiful seasonal
handsome from the ends as of regular and boxed assortments of will be a social hour in the lunch relaxed lonft-diatance bearing! o .
well as the front: and one with cards' "

red tooled.In l leather. top beautifullygold Ask Ruth Covington room. 000 I Sonolone of Orlando ",',, \ -,,,, .' "" ,.
Whitcomb '
I Agnes Bible Classof "
fact, no matter what your Cards Gifts the Park Lake Presbyterian aT
Greeting Stationery 'Church will hold its December #:
Christmas problem. we _can Phone :-%101
help solve it easily and meeting Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at
at the price you can or should Party Favors Fine EngravingRuliz I : the home of Mrs. George Nace, O. F. Cooper Manager //kt

pay. Irs a pleasure. ROBINSON MUSIC GO.S3l .
Helen Ryan Joy Hawley N. ortui* Pboae CU1 CJonA .exdusive with
Located on the Patio reacneJ NEW YORK CLEANERS 8

from 120 N. Orange and Florid 22 W. PINE ST. PHONE 4809
:35: W. WashingtonFree

I- 35 East Pine Street Orlando I Hats Cleaned and Blocked Pressing While Too Wait HOTEL, BLDG.
Parking in the Rear I ,; Dry Cleaning Alterations l ;

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-' OrlandoFlortdo December 14 1947 Eh Sunhau Srnltnrl-i32ttr Telephones: 4161 or 3-1681 Page 3-C
PARK1 ; I Statistics show that . Dceeatar
REPAIRING WARREN'SFine Is tile Most Hazardous Month Ice
: TELEX SHOE I Flrei doe tc Xmas Decorations .
f Guaranteed Workmanship Furniture Check Veer lasoraaee and see if y"
I Ae1Ri d Machinery Garden Club St. "Luke'sSchedule I I are rally coveted . .
I. j FlowerShoivFilms 3M Fairbanks Ave. .u:: Winter Park
le Store] Views d aA
llm .
Open Monday Evening Mf ft. Oraaf AT* Phone CM
DR. P. D. NAPIER. Floyd Wheeler, =
a]l arne+.e St. Wu 2-057* ,___ COLLEGE PAKK \ For WeekSchedule -- -- ---

'" , ,i 0/:';;:' .. ,,, I ,II :Mrs. George Yenawine Jr., film this week at St.
: chairman of the Luke's is as follows: Week days:
SANTAPlease federated circles
SANTA DEAR 8 a.m..The Holy Communion [except /
Bring Cs a Gift for Our Home lof I I the Garden Clubs of Jacksonville Thursday at 10 a.m.].
was guest speaker at Monday: 3 p.m. Various Guild I
THE HOUsioF HASTINGS"Counselors the general meeting of the Orlando I meetings of the Woman's Aux-I
in Good Taste" I Garden Club held iliary; 3.30: p.m., children's
S3! Park Avenue. South, WINTER PARK, Florida Phone nT i Friday ,3tg firmation class at con-I The home of fine Innerspring Mattresses and
''I I I I at the Garden Center. : I School; 7 p.m., St
--- ------
I i I She gave a program on flower Guild of Acolytes at Parish Matching Box Springs.

.., ili M .W \ aftga r StEBiya* j gag3iSg arrangements, showing slides of hearsaL House; 7 p.m., choir boys re- Drop in today and see QUALITY built into

I arrangements and specimen I Tuesday: 730: p.m. Church these fine sleep inducing product
J I blossoms from the Jacksonville School Faculty meeting at 100
lilt X. Orange-Opp. Dr. Phillips ff flower show. Liberty StWednesday
I :Mrs. Clinton Burbridge of I : 3:30: p.m. Junior 1J!.
announces a jfj I Choir rehearsal at Cathedral
*J. ,Jacksonville, co-chairman with .5.r School; 630: p.m., Men's Club din- :
CHRISTMAS SALE OF | ,::Mrs. Yenawine, was also a guest ner and Christmas party; 730: For Gracious Gtvtng9'Gift
j i i the club yesterday. p.m., full Cathedral Choir rehearsal -
Fine Hand Made Children's Clothes lof
i Hostesses' for the day were I ; 8 p.m., reading "The s.1)0) LLl Set ,
Hours until Christmas A.M. to 9 P.M. ': Littlest Angel by YPSL, Cen-'I ,
; .ft'j' members of the Azalea Circle. tral Deanery at Cathedral School I
: They also sold Christmas decor- Thursday: 9:40: a.m.

-..t.A .....___ II ations at the meeting.The sions; 10 a.m., the Interces-I by YARDLEY
following new memberswere munion; 730: p.m., Boy Scouts, '
A LINEN GIFTS are to pack l land welcomed into membership 'Troop I 33, at Parish House; Friday I'
easy I : The Mmes. S. C. Battaglia, : 7:30 p.m., full Cathedral
will be appreciated for years. L. R. Houghton T. M. Cheves, {'Choir I rehearsaL
Beverly Shores; Mrs. T. A. Scott,
t I College Park; Mrs. C. W Bank. Episcopal Auxiliary
|ston, Lancaster Park; Mrs. Helen I
BARNEY Basehoar, Mrs. Robert Hodges, I Meetings Monday r r rc
,Lucerne. I Scheduled for '
V The Garden Club wishes to ings on the Woman's Auxiliary
i thank Judson Walker, superintendent |of St Luke's Cathedral is the
t Phone 626 tOne I of schools, and H. Keller Park Lake Guild at 230: p.m.
312 and 314 North Park Ave.
supervisor of the elementary with Mrs. Ruth E. Roseberry at
p Block North of the Post Office I i,schools, for the co-operation they I her home, 314 Harwood Ave.,
WINTER PARK + have given Mrs. Alex Daley. MISS VERA MAE DONALDSON upon which occasion the memo
chairman of the Junior Garden bers plan a pre-Christmas party.
MANY ITEMS REDUCED TO CLOSE Ii Club, and her committee mem I .1f .her engagement announced.Miss ; I i Also at 3 o'clock the Cathedral

Winter Park Has Parking Meters For Tour Convenient* bers. Guild will meet at the Chapter w J.fi4. V '9"i
L r; Through their help nine House with Mrs. Melville E. J v,.v
--",- -=- --"- Junior Garden Clubs have been Donaldson's Betrothal To Johnson, their chairman for the EtpN aa,J G > > ,tug t
organized in the Orlando elementary I usual monthly meeting. St. Eliz J3.
schools, and the teachers 'Air.! Grant Announced T odavChi abeth's Guild meets on Wednes- F.
.; : have accepted the club'*programas .. day morning with Mrs. Edward
i" : ; 1 1f a part of the school work. I Do Mrs. ... B. Donaldson of Winter I W. Kissan on Crystal Lake Dr. Bond'Sireet"
I The following activities of the Park is today announcingthe at 10 o'clock. ,,
S&fVlXlj&faM various groups have been reported There will be no guild meet- the fragrance that's knowna"wor13
t1jJlJII pr : The Kaley School gardeners Omegas engagement of her daughter, ings this week for St. Martha's.Lucerne around for its tophtsficotioaantic
f I have almost completed Vera Mae, to Francis E. Grant, Eola, and St Cecelia's.
planting their own garden under : EntertainingThe son of Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Grantof St Cecelia's Guild, however announces 'romont C cTiornr\ !refreshing Yardley Toilet Water,
the supervision of Mrs. Howard I Winter Park. I their next meeting for and in soft; scented "Bond Street" Dusting Powder. Both

t Wearing Selby ARCH PRESERVER shoes frf Sweatt of the Lancaster Park'' Orlando Country Club will Plans for the wedding will be Monday Jan. 12. In a goy gift box and bright Christmas wrappings. $3.50
Circle. So far the schools have
enjoying'fine leathers, quality be the scene of a luncheon on
means announced at a later date. _
eoml AIl tAi,and had three bird films through the Saturday, by the Chi .
construction: and famous rt. I given The bride-elect graduated from ,
.d courtesy of the Audubon Society. DOWNTOWN
t perfect taste in rtyling, too! Each Junior Garden Club mem- Omega Alumnae Club. All active Winter Park High School with I Located on the Patio

J' I'ber has a pin reading National and alumnae are invited with the, class of '45, and attended From 120 Reached N. Grant mad Ii f4Ee4PHARMACY
Council of Junior Gardener. I OWL
guests. the BOOK SHOP I
She is now employed by "
Committee members working Luncheon will be served at 1p.m. Florida Bank and Trust Co., in l I' I 125 SOUTH ORANGE
with Mrs. Daley are the Mmes. short busi- I I
by a Winter .Park.
//N George Johnson, R. T. Cowan,
e' R D. Holcomb, J. B. Lawton 3d, ness meeting. Those attending I' Mr. Grant attended both Winter -
\V. C. Wallace Jr., Howard should contact Mrs. M. J. Car- Park and Orlando schools,
Sweatt, Theodore Jones, and F. i roll for reservations. I and is now employed here by
National Air Lines.
vI, t S. Kottmeler. Those in charge are as follows:
I .Mrs. Donaldson will be hostess
Set Decoctions, the Mmes. Julian : today at a party honoring her
I Carter, Philip Igou Charles Evans -: daughter and fiance. The affair I
To Aid StudentsCassa I and John Walsh; Program, i will be held at the Donaldson I I'I
Mrs. W. J. Steed; Door Committee home, 13H( W. Fairbanks Ave., 11i
Iberia of
Rollins'Collegehas and name cards, Miss Ann 'I and a group of friends and relatives -
received a linguaphone set Stone, Mrs. Louise Dana Tripp, have been invited to call -
which will be available to pupilsof and Mrs Holly Keller. I from 5 to 8 p.m.

: adult Spanish courses Mrs.

Angela P. Cambell, professor of
Spanish said yesterday.
-COLOItl 3 The linguaphone set, which : I

consists of records and a bookof
$14.95f I 1ttJMl1JWil1ut;
lessons, was given to Casa fr. M

\ Iberia by Dr. William Trufant : a n.vox

.:..' o Foster Winter Park a memberof
t the Rollins Board of Trustees.
M .o-
New classes in beginning, in- tJ
termediate and advanced Span
R. 1 ish under the college adult edu- 7

;y'. ,. .... Ir cation program will get under- The Magnavox Contemporary
way Jan. 5. Registration will be
:;.;... lit ,.. Orange An. held in Winter Park at Casa I II
Iberia and
Monday, Tuesday I I
Wednesday at 3-5 p.m. and In Or- I
Charge Aeeouau I1nite4 lando on the same days 'at Al- 0
bertson Library at 630: p.m.
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54 S Christinas. Shopping Ca* Be+ ?

r Made Simple With A*> I .

r < What to give the "little woman"
What to give your daughter

rt What to give the "big moment"

What to give your maiden aunt

t tl tlI What to give your secretary
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match? Let her choose her owncool" :ra ,

suit, dress, lingerie, or a :' OUR GIFT COUNSELLORHer

other LOUIS' opporel!' I I

'$, '. '.... sure knowledge of what women want is your safe:

guard. Give her your gift list-and your gift shopping

fThe .l The finest be the highest .
secret of oHurried : will be as simple as ABC. l ** ,
LOU I in price, at you'll learn when you sec and

Businessman'" hear Magnavox. Fourteen superb models, authentic -
.... r' r 1', Christmas Treasures
Orlando traditional tasteful modem IT Peen fUd
or as you prefer -

Christmas Shopping, ,;, :, Gift Certificate;: ..>E each priced as a sound investment.The down to your Every Woman Adores
tek-er i if you
,A Check, or Mae, Address. -- live oat of town-

Order in theiil ., oila ; ___ .....Dollars ' .. CALF HANDBAGS
: --- =: Magnates CMtcmporary s letter or phone
_L }..: :.o" For ..----- tYurehase I ,
do the U 0 '. nine tubes delivering,tee wefts undistorted _
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a pP can to .tI1
; ". -\? : to be a.j. \ MANY OTHER ITEMSMcKtbbaowiU .
1. < 't: ,:' '" of meretf7j handise ; matic record changer with Hie famous Magnavox pianissimo pickup.
>t', OUtS\ Cabinet in genuine Mahogany, or blonde . .

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.Fitt the Gi ft -- $295.00COOPER'S take care ef every
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. Catholic Club Enjoys, Party- I I Plans Girl Scout Year's Committee ProgramThe Winter Park League Announces Productions I II ; Garland-t Cleaners nW> >of1

i The Catholic Christmas Women's Club this I I Christmas boxes. I, home of Mrs. Gus Lawtonon Scout Board For Children's Theater Series GWncI ei ConeerJORLANDO'S t
enjoyed a party Talks were given by Msgr. [
Palmer Ave. the scene f
week at the clubhouse, Cathcart John G. Bishop of the St James I The Junior League of Orlando attractions. For adults: $1.00 for I -
AYes. I of the first Girl Scout Training ; MeetingFun
and Ridgewood
I i Catholic Church and Mother announces with great pleasure I I the series. No adult can be admitted -
Mrs. John Mooney and Mrs. J. Teresa Joseph, principal of the Committee meeting held in Winter i and entertainment monop--'the Children's Theater Series for'''1' without a child, althoughthe
the Park last week.
B. Lawton received guests at I | I 1948. The planned series will excellent and
i program by be
St. James School i
i Plans made for the olized the monthly meeting of
members were were re-
door. The new !
Mrs. Joe and her
Gilchrist unusual
card Myers I anyone -
Plans made for a II
with and Introduced were mainder of the year's program : the Winter Park Girl Scout
presented corsages I I
party to be held after the holiday j and training courses. January 13'' committee, is for the education 1 1I i regardless of age. |
to the club.Mrs. I Board Thursday when the lead- entertainment of the youthof The Children's Theater is one
P. J. Wethling president! ,II'' season. marks the repeat performance of ers were special guests in the I, Orange County and encompasses -of the main projects for 1948 of
Hostesses for the affair were the called Introduction
presided at the business meeting| program the fields of art, music, the Junior League of Orlando. I
when reports were heard from the Mmes. J. W. Rourk, chairman to Scouting and the morning. I and drama. Of course it is non-profit Rather, I MOST COMPLETE
all committees. Another feature I and the Mmes. David Chil- second council meeting. Business was curtailed to the I GIFT ASSORTMENT
Each of the three
productionswill the league considers it a great r
of dress, R. P. Lane and J. B. Law- Members attending this special -
of the meeting was a display | I minimum at the opening of the be appealing and interest- privilege to be able to contribute
won by committee were: :Mrs. Gus i I 47 North Orange Avenue
The door was I
dolls which the members had ton. prize I ei'1XXflsYStiswCStfY4tXStstXX
''Mrs.I Lawton, and James Barclay, Mrs. i meeting held by Mrs.Oilliam I[,.ing, and the league feels sure 1 I in this manner to the education
dressed for the Salvation-'-- Army' --- -Shaw.-- .,.,-r--- ', 1I -' William Fort Jr., commissioner, Fort Jr., commissioner, so that'that every child who attends will''and amusement of our most important -
'T---' Mrs. Clarence Day, deputy commissioner Mrs. Butler Neide, program experience a nevertobeforgotten II citizens-our childrenof -
{ WICKER-KRAFT ; Mrs. Faneuill Weisse, chairman, and Mrs. Guy Colado, thrill It is the league's the community.
I The Company training advisor and honorary Scout executive, could take sincere hope that all of the I
member of the board. charge of the get acquaintedgames youngsters in the county will
Solid Dutch East Indies Rattan Furniture
and entertainment. have this privilege.The Parties FeteBrideElect ;XXXXXl'wfXXXXXSf1lXlK
: songs
i" Customer's choice of exclusive Fabrics
Furniture for Porch and Terrace r. Birth AnnouncementMr. Members of the Brownie leaders first production in the series -I
Fibre participated in a contest to dec- will be "Titian," a remarkable
and Sisal Rugs-Lamps and Gift Items .: : i t tg
*Upholstering Dept.: Loose cushion custom 1 and Mrs. T. A. Scott Jr., : orate the Little House while Intermediate I motion picture in technicolor I THE GREETING SHOP
640 Kingsway, Winter Park, are I leaders to and sound. Full of
work solicited. *Bahama Beds. were put I suspense -I Miss Darleen Millard, bride-
I I 1 announcing the birth of a son, the test of wrapping Christmas and humor, "Titian", the 142 North Orange Avenue R
Tel. 4358 I g
r 1245 N. Orange Ave. -t- Thomas Albert 3d, on Dec. 8 at packages attractively out of Boy Painter, is not only an exciting -! elect of Herbert Winn-was guest I

( r! r : : : : ::: ___: : : : : : : . . ; . . . .-..... =:_;-r:: r':"FJ the Orange Memorial Hospital scraps of odds and ends of material 'i story, but one which stimulates -'of honor yesterday when Mrs. ':' I
I !. iQ ", .'i W '.:iI \' -' :' : \I! ' ' ' ;' i young imaginations to I Robert W. Doenges and Miss Jan FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTS =
1 I Members of the board presented 'varied creative pursuits. There Rollison entertained with a |, k
the leaders with diaries in appreciation 'i will be two showings at the 'I I
breakfast at the Officers' Club. : Mirror plateau. Creamer and sugar sets of lovely gloss
: for their volunteer : Memorial Junior High School I
:. :i s: work in Scouting. Mrs. Dan I i Auditorium on Saturday, Jan. 31, I the Assisting bride-elect's: the mother.hostesses Mrs.were W.W. i I ;i Punch bowl and glasses or aluminum. R
: Clark was the recipient of the at 10 a.m. and at 11:30: a.m. I Millard. the Mmes. Warren R ;: \\i Beautiful and colorful pottery ia wad
dj ? baby blanket which is handed ,I On Sunday Feb. 15, at 4 p.m., Winn. A. H. Foster and Sherman I Packer aid tumbler Mts m alum.num, axes, bowls, and,, small|| dishes
j r.r.. down traditionally to outstanding a musical story will be presentedfor Harriman of Sanford. if jrttn glow cranberry, clear with
leaders in Scouting as a gift everyone's listening pleasurein Decorations were carried out I, \i\ blue. English figurines '
from Mrs. William Edwards of the auditorium of the Memorial 'i
: !l r.t Zellwood, a former pioneer in Junior High School. Under in poinsettia the Christmas and pine motif, with Mvskal jewel boxes, powder boxes cigarette boxes, Christmas trees, fi fiand
cone arrange-
t Scouting in Central Florida. The the direction of Dr. G. E. Ron- ments being used on the table I large base for your awn tree kIR
it blanket was originally presentedto fort, the Orlando Civic Orchestra with lighted candles.Approximately R
Mrs. Guy Colado and at this will tell the story of "Tobythe
.. f1 w [. meeting was handed down from Tuba" in musical language I the i bride-elect were 50 present friends of ;IIt Shop will remain" open until Sill, for the conveniences of tote shoppers. I II IS7RS7'l7N
"; :s:
Mrs. James Keezel, last one honored while Miss Stacey Baldwin acts
fir. Mrs. A. H. Foster entertainedwith
:, with this giftAt as narrator. This program is de- I 1'6"1'6J'JJJ'JJ ,r,'"'R6N> sx "n>si'
i1 a luncheon at her home on
i 12 o'clock the meeting adjourned signed to further real appreciation Country Club Dr. this week to :1XN.tXflXXfhElLlffi 1 1 1Yif'J lfwSCa11.Y1 fffkI
for an outdoor luncheon of good music, and our honor Miss Millard. Guests in-
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i 1 which was prepared according to children can rightfully look for I cluded the Mmes. W. W. Millard, I RR
: true Scout style. Bean-hole ward to an hour of enchantment Warren R. Winn, R. A. Rollison, tR
44 beans featured the luncheon a ,on this Sunday afternoon.The I Russell Smith. Clarence McAllister tI
dish! particularly known to last!' of the series i is by no , Cortlandt R. Johnson. Leigh I
: F -who is the No. 1 man
j' / a :.f i Scouts.Of means the least. The famouspuppetmasterofceremonies Wade Clyd McClung, and NelsonP. I
special importance was the Su- Cramer. : I
.: in your life? announcement that the next zari will present the Suzari 1 Also Mrs. Homer L. Sandersand : .M.
) k ., council meeting would be held Marionettes in "Aladdin and His her mother Mrs. Stanfill; the ,
., I. .Ian. 13, and would feature a Wonderful Lamp". The drama Misses Jan Rollison and Peggy
i1 h E : t HUSBAND: Give him the new "calendar" uatch-net, training program which wouldbe tization, the settings:: and thep Walton. HE'LLlove r
1 t .t a repeat performance on the u p p e t-s themselves of this
cf but the date of themonth" it Van Heusen Dress
r. only the tune day a Shirt
1 % theme Introduction to Scouting. troupe are reputed to be perfection -
:f. '
,ti Br Movada $9500 and up Further plans were laid for all in this field of art. The AAUW Plans = whether it's a solid color broad- I
the troops and an overnight: Junior League is especially
1i training trip was planned for the happy to offer this excellent en- Dinner Meet\ = cloth, pin stripe broadcloth or
k '- f'p BROTHER: Ten! him what a swell guy He is with either. t leaders to be held in the Spring. tertainment to the :young: theater I
5 Prince' Gardiner Bill-folds from $S 00 : Board members attendingwere goers of Orange County. There The general meeting of the %. woven Madras. $3.95.
: is 5i0 z 'r.a Cigarette cue Sterling from $27 50 Mmes. William Fort Jr., will be two performances for American Assn. of University t I8
S ; aye Silver-pUte from $10 00 ''Vrence: Day. Butler Neide Guy white children on Saturday, Women will be held Monday at a
i1 'y i Mt.Ls+ : others as low as S6.00 Vado Don Hasgerty, James :March 13, at 10 a.m. and 3 p.m.. the Winter Park Woman's Club, %.R t h R
'1 a '\"ezel. W. E. Win erweE'dle. in the Winter Park High School 419 Interlachen Ave. It will be :,I. .!
DAD He deservES l Ratne Dan Clarke Auditorium. For colored chil- ft
: something) special ; rner in the ft,. TI of a dinner meetingat
Ott t-Hy not- enry Watson Jr., Faneuil 'dren' the date is March 12 the 6:30: p.m. II I
t A solid told belt buckle 14500or p'ste. Reuben Greene and Mrs. place is the Jones High School I i The program will be the an- -. 1
,_ i' ;', Dress Set and Cuff Links : ward Davis. Leaders attend- auditorium and the time for the nual Christmas party in charge = GllIal 17M
: 't < Platinum trim $12500 ng were the Mmes Rex Holiday two shows is 3.30: p.m. and 7 10C the Recent Graduates Groupof
,'. 1 V Gold trim $ 57.00 r i. Robert Ra sdale. E. E. Smith. nm. respectively. t the association. They will tc 'Qlolhkr .MO--- j I
(others as low as $1200) William Warrick Jr. William Admission tickets on sale M
,; go present: a play directed by Miss = 206 N. AT.
1 Taylor Jr. Gertrude Sutherland in all the schools on Jan. 12. For Clara Wendel. Orange 5R
4 SON: how abcu a sterling knife and key chair ;Millard Rotter. E. R. Whittle. H. children: the price is 65 cents Members' husbands are invited II
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Voters I Orlando, Florida, December 14, 1947 ebf( S-untotii fi-rntUtfl.&tar Telephones: 4161 or 3-1681 Page 5-C

To Review Two Honor Miss Peter s

ActivitiesMrs. Miss\ Rich Chosen To Be $!gft4u t tt I

Rhea Marsh Smith, president
has announced that the I With Coffee Game Sponsor
December meeting of the Leagueof A
Women Voters will be held I Miss Carolyn Rich, whose mar [Continued from Page 1-CJ
at 10 a.m. Friday at the Dyer riage to Robert Trumbo wall take
Memorial Bldg., Rollins College, place Tuesday, Dec. 23, at 8 p.m. burg, Va., last year. Miss Peter
Winter Park. at the First Baptist Church, was ,made her debut to Orlando
This meeting is important to guest of honor yesterday when t ( I society at the annual New Year's'Eve I
Miss Burcham and Miss Ball of the
all Beverly Rosalind Club
league members
as it is the I
first of two in which the working Betty Kennedy entertained witha k I the past season.
and discussion groups will coffee at the Burcham home on The Orange Bowl Queen and On sale for first

report on their activities to the I Vanderbilt Ave. I the sponsors will be widely feted I time!
general membership. Assisting the hostesses were during the attendant festivitiesof ,
On the local level, Mrs. Wilbur their mothers, Mrs. Brantley. the Orange Bowl game this s
I Burcham and Mrs. Kennedy I
Davis, who attends the Winter Mabry I'' i year when Georgia Tech meets i
the Mmes. Charleton Morgan I IS
Park City Commission meetingson 'the University of Kansas. The i i
behalf of the league, will demote I and Buell Duncan. King Orange Jamboree on the I
With the bride-elect included
were -
her report to the sewerage her mother, Mrs. E. G. night of Dec. 31 will wind up ; MILLINERY
problem currently before the I the : activities
Rich, the mother of her fiance, pre-game for the : .
commission.The New lears
Day football
!Mrs. Silas Trumbo and the S game. '
It Education Group has incited : Fiesta Under the Stars
Mmes Carl Miller, Thomas Erb, parade SALE !
George Johnson, attorney, is scheduled to sweep down Miami .
Robert MacLeish i
Harry ,
to lead the discussion on the I
Lincoln Rd. the
I Phillip Igou, Waiter A. Dun Jr., ri
level His
State-County subject
A. J. Thomas Jr., Robert Mar- night of Jan. 2.
will be How the ConsolidationPlan
Will Work. shall, Gerald Gay, Marshall Mallory The sponsors will occupy a I i
On the National-International I Ijt Robert Murphy, and Char- suite at one of Miami Beach's rs
l' les Potter.. hotels and a chaperone is provided i .
Also the Misses Margaret to accompany the girls) and
Baugh, Peggy Teague, Martha arrange for engagements during 1
Ann Maguire, Mary Ann Hitch, their stay in Miami
Nancy Layton, Lee Huttig, Bar / y l
bara Coith, Jean Yothers, Pa- =0_ = LESS THAN
tricia Pattishall and Marjo Dukes. i) AT ;;PARK / PRICE
i This 2
was one in a series of pre-
t nuptial courtesies being extended 7 312 No Park Av.. I

to Miss Rich, and several informal > One Block North of the Postoffice "
events are planned for HandkerchIefs i
this coming week. i A et i
THE iI I I A CHECK FOR A PORTION of the returns from the highly successful nARnE\1 '

level, Mrs. McCollough Maguirewill Junior League Follies of 1947 into the hands of G
goes It
CHINA The International lead an open Trade discussion Organization on- Mrs. Robert Frailey, chairman of the Volunteer Service Bureau. :: i@; LlI.U.IlS: f. Reg. 5.00 2.25 Reg. 10.00 4.75 /

and the Havana Conference Presenting the check is Mrs. Simpson Penney Jr., right, who 1oW s.1 II "' '' Reg. 7.50 3.50 Reg. 1250 5.50 J

MART Members of her economic served as finance chairman for the Follies. In the center is Mrs. I I. 'r Phea 'Z'J : 4.00 6.50
will handle the Reg. 8.50 Reg. 15.00
group questions.Miss
Robert Anderson Junior
treasurer of the League of Orlando. I / Monograming
Margaret United
a Visit the CHINA MART, where Nation Group will discuss the After all expenses were paid Junior League netted approximately : DISTINCTIVE 1 t i

you will find GIFTS of the subject: How can the UN carryout j i six thousand dollars. All hats regularly priced above 15.00 .

finest assortment of CHINA. the partition of Palestine, a f I LINENS ' now less than 'Y price I
GLASS and POTTERY for problem i pointing out the necessity Schedule At Unity \I following weekly classes and : i..:
for a UN police force
CHRISTMAS at reasonable i services: : For Greater Appreciation
In observance of the coming : I i i I
prices. Christmas season, the Rev. Carolyn Monday; 10 a.m. Christian l' Give Linens From BARNEYS', Late Fall and early Winter millinery [
BLOOD TESTS for Marriage
, OPEN STOCK DINNERWARE f and Health Cards.24Hour II Parsons, minister of the Healing. Monday, 8 p.m. Mysteries *' in brown, beige, wine, red, forest J'
** of lohn Tuesday 10 a.m. ': We Gift green: purple blue. .
Service. [ Wrap grey or royal .
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"Florida Largest China Unity Church. 503 S. Orange A\'e. .J('-us Christ Heal:: Thursday 10 All sales final 1,
and Glassware House" I Clinical. and Research will present this morning for her a.m., How I Used Truth. Friday. : Visitors Welcome-We may tempt .1
Laboratory sermon-lesson The Immaculate :! p.m. book review Daily prayer but never urge to buy A '
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Speaker I
Mr. Helms
Meeting MondayThe Mt. Dora Mt. Dora

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Woman's Auxiliary of the Here Today
Till Marryiss
First Presbyterian Church are

Grumpier holding the church December in the meetings Educational. at Forum The the speaker this First evening Unitarian at the at Community 8 Church o'clockat I SALLY DRES.S SHOP II\i\+I

Monday afternoon.The
Mr and Mrs. Dewey Scott of Bldg. on
will be Prof. George Saute, of
executive board meetingwill '
:Maitland are announcing today
the engagement and approaching be held at 230: o'clock in the : "For the Colonel's Lady and usual. . especially when it calls I Rollins College. I ,
Parlor. All officers : I Prof. Saute is president of the I Newest in the famous 11'j;
marriage of their daughter, Miss Auxiliary Judy O'Grady I for one or two cans of paprika . styles
and circle chairmen are urged to'I I Are sisters under their skins." local branch of the World Federalist -
Athalee Crumpler to Elmer I* I but we checked with Mrs. Harris I i Ii. '!
be present for important an- ,
organization. subject \
Helms, son of Mr and Mrs. A. L. nouncements.The -Rudyard Kipling. . and she assured us that . I
Helms of Longwood.The Prayer Band meeting will I Mrs. Lucille Harris of Inter- I we read the directions correctly. 'is World Organization, and a dis- I I Ih,;
cussion will follow. I
bride-elect is a graduateof take place in the Bible School laken Road . is the wife of VEAL BEEF PAPRIKA I' period LOUSES I h!
Auditorium with Mrs. J. E. Mac- [ or This Is the last of the forum ;:
Lyman High School, Long- CoL E. R. Harris . and she, 1 lb. veal cat In inchl or 2 tesps paprika ,
dowall conducting the period of meetings until after Christmas. In ;
squares 1 cup mushrooms
wood, with the class of '47. She I like all of us . likes to cook. I 1 onion chopped: rhopped '

is employed as cashier with the prayer.The December Auxiliary busi-- We have been told on good authority 1 mustard tbsp. prepared 2 1 cup beef sour cubes cream: I Sprinkle cut fruit such as apples 'i'iI

Stroud Rexall Drug Stores. ness meeting will follow the I . that she really concocts pears or bananas with lem- I ; i
Mr. Helms is a graduate of Prayer Band meeting. Membersare dishes. Method: Braise veal, onion and on or pineapple juice. It keeps eite :! ;
Lyman High School also, and asked to attend the presentation -: some mushrooms in butter. Make meat : them from turning brown. I
served for four in the U. S. I We are sending Mrs. Harris
years j of the Christmas Pageant on stock by using one cup water to :
Navy during the war. He is now Dec. 21 530 730 1! five dollars . for three of her j
Sunday, at : or :
2 beef cubes. Add stock to other ;
Deafened Now Hear !
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favorite recipes which we are
engaged in the construction business o'clock and bring their Joy Gift I I

The here.wedding will be an eventof offering at that time. I The printing problem for your of how approval to serve today left- > paste.ingredients.Add mustard Thicken, sour with cream flour With Tiny Single Unit I The smart blouse with the French accent; ri

over meat. . so that the family and paprika. Salt to taste, after Science has now mad It poulbl for the
this month, and plans for the In World War II, Costa Rica I",
I will be that they are slow cooking for one hour. Use I deafened to bear faint sounds It la a> ,
ceremony will be announced ; was the first American republicto unaware I for all occasions.In Ii
device small that It fit in the
'later declare the Axis.HOLIDAY : eating left-overs . should be an iron skillet with a heavy lid hearing ao
war on
band and enable thousand to enjoy ser- .
for best results. Serves 4 6.I
t solved with Mrs. Harris. to '
:'" .- "''I Hors d'Oeuvre of the Day . mona, mule and friendly companionship. I soft crepe and crepe-satin. Black, white !
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I Garlic Olives. Drain ripe olives. I
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SPECW.I 1 can cream corn 1 med onion sliced Cover with olive oil. Add a cloveof I
i I e I Thla device does not require separate
1 can tomatoes or chopped garlic and let stand for at least .....b.t-I
1 lb. left-over meat Salt and pepper to ten pack battery wire. ease or ( 4l
,,1 tgf. unbeaten taste 24 hours, before serving. to bulge or welch you down. The tone is I Sizes 30 to II1I
j $10 Creme OilWare $6.50 Method: Place one-half of the Canape of the Day . Chili- clear and powerful So made that you can I
I" .........- corn in the bottom of a baking Cheese Canapes. Cut bread into adjust It yourself to suit your hearing a* i j I SPECIALLY PRICED. .
rounds with small biscuit cutter. ;your hearing changes. The makers of II>
Duchess dish Cover with one-half can I I
"pJ $6.50 $5.00 Spread with chili sauce and Beltone, Dept 14. 145O W 19th 8t. Chit t I I'
; tomatoes. Then add the meat to I I
Wove ......... . which the and have sprinkle with cheese Melt butterin cago 8. m, are so proud of their achievement i I I !
onion egg that they will gladly send free, descriptive i
BEACTY been added. Cover with remain I frying pan and saute the can-
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until brown under side. I
SHOP ing corn and the rest of the can apes on get a fun demonstration of this remark ,
24 w. Pine St. Phone 7017 > of tomatoes. Bake in medium I Place on broiler rack and broil able hearing device In your own home
l .7 Under same management 18 years. I oven 350 F. for about one hour. I quickly until tops are brown. without risking a penny. Write B-ltone |
--T I Any left-over vegetables may be Serve very hot. today Adv
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Bake in greased loaf pan in slow SHOP NOW! SPECIAL! PAY LATER e.e

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. Program Planned On Christmas CustomsThe I r t I
Tea Table B'nai B'rith -
Women's Alliance of the Constable, New Zealand. Mrs. 14 Distinctive

First Unitarian Churchill meet I Eugene R. Shippen will tell ofa SpOllS0ri11gLlllcheolt -- I

at the parish house, corner of Christmas spent in the Holy _

Central and Rosalind A,'es., on II Land. Miss Muriel Devin will Chatter t _
Monday at 3 p.m. to heara program sing French, Dutch, and English t Models I
'carols. [Continued from Page 1-C]
Christmas Customs In' The Women's Auxiliary of 1 ;--
Other Lands, under the directionof Tea hostesses will be Mrs. turned home and will convalesce j B'nai B'rith Is sponsoring a IJ J
Mrs. 11. L. Ricker. I Emma Dunlap and Mrs. F. C. !|there for a time before returningto j Know Your Neighbor luncheon t Y %; .i
Rinehart :
Mrs. Francois Calvet will take :1: Members are requested to his office. . MR. AND MRS. meeting on Tuesday at 1 p.m. in .1 -uti t/4r4a( ,
the part of France; Mrs. T. T.I I bring Christmas gifts suitable MARTIN SILLIMAN left on yes- { the vestry rooms of the synci i 1 = uN
Knothe, Holland; the Rev. Wilna
I for children from one to 17 yearsof terday's Streamliner for Hazlet, | gogue, E. Church St. and Eola Ma

age. These in turn will be N. J., where they will attend the Dr.Inasmuch as December, the t novae I _
THE CURLY LOCKS sent to the Parental Home. 1 I
who interested are Golden Wedding celebration of holiday month, ushers in the :
formerly The FRANCES their friends, the JOHN VAN season of good will the Auxiliary -
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT welcome. MATERS, who have many I is dedicating its December t) MJItwr ) I Iat
Specializing in A3 World War II Britain I II friends in Orlando as they have I meeting to a Know Your Neighbor i\\ JfLJ
Types of Hair-Do's During I been Winter visitors here for the luncheon. Chairmen and :f 4
more than doubled its production 25 One of the high- f of all educational 'r
140 E. ROBL SON. TEL. %- 306 past years. presidents religious -
lof I wheat, barley and potatoes. I lights of the festivities will be the civic, and social groups i t'' _
dinner party for 75 guests at But- : will be rests at this time. Mrs.
tonwood Manor, a beautiful inn Edna GiTes Fuller chairman of 1
N- on the Asbury Park Highway. . ; the Florida Council of Human i iI / I Ei ar.
y The Van Maters will be leavingin I Relations, will preside. 1
SWAY HER HEART their new Chrysler a few days A business meeting at 12 p.m. :J JI i VheA'iusicHoiOPPOSITE
celebration their will the luncheon. 1'
I after the on an- precede : --- I I'a
!nual hegira to Orlando where I 1 I Reservations which close today 1
WITH . I they will remain until Spring. i may be made by calling j:fi
I The Sillimans will return by i either Mrs. B. J. Cohen or Mrs. ROLLINS CAMPUS" i
I train this week after Mr. Silliman 1 Frances ,Mellow. i 4h
completes) some business in New- 1
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Y afternoon in honor of
F al. Terms aailable.Why .
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Mich.. I t
B. KONOLD of St Joseph
;who is spending the season at the II / a j jI
Jefferson Court. . The affair I r rI
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will be held at the hostess' homeon
At Lake Davis a thoroughly I 1i jA
Y charming setting. . The younger i./, Buy r..
4 set is all excited over the Teen-
i( Age dance on the 19th at the .
Country Club but there are going I 1I r .
Christmas Is the right time to to he some disappointed I J I at
buy that beautiful diamond youngsters if they don't get their i I Ill t .r.
"first of in to the club by tomor- I ? ri
tint for the lady names r
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on our low budget plan. ing. The dance will be from 9 =-
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What better way to end a col- 1:1..
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FinandLOANS SERVICE Christmas Gifts for Girls and Boys
(ia Miss\ Choristers
iMtallnwntLMH Fait-Efflcitiit Toney Presenting Dolls and Blocks-lots of Toys,

Air C. Owt.Flew. ala nditi.atw..n 4th* .COOPER'S Guaranteed Work Becomes Bride / Christmas Program At Sorosis A Party large Clothes-for selection's here Playtime for too You.

FIRST NATIONAL SANK J , ZO Music W. Church Store St. j The beauty and joy of ChriStmas -I j The -Christmas-u Gift_. for. __Mother-__Edgar A. Guest 1 Don't you know that Santa's due,
..... In Louisiana will be celebrated 3.
in A cappella: Choir
FMnl O.rrie a. - song So
Ysa. Dine Done Merrily _____nu '. Dads i get your list and hurry to
and story by Orlando High I Cherubim _
I Song n u n. Bortnlonsk ,
Mrs. Sam R. Scott of Ocoee Is 4. Reading bT Jimmy ckman
the of her School choristers when they appear Another Boy _____Bruce Barton
AT THE ann9uncing marriage '
at the afternoon 5 O rli Glee Club ._ The Judy-Jim
sister, :Miss Dorothy Lee Toney j Tuesday i Wonderful. Story Wilson Shop
I 6 Mezzo
of Soprano Solo-Martha TUer
Sorosis. The
I to John Bradley Hart Jr., of New meeting music I Sweet Little Jesus Boy | Open
Evenings Until
OVER SHOP committee, of which :Mrs. S. 1 Girls' Choir Christmas
WALK Orleans La. which took From Heaven ____ .. .
place Above nn LamasWe i 382 N. Orange Ave. .
Cooksley is chairman is present- '! Thank Thee Lord .______BortnlonxkA : TeL 2'1201
recently in Baton Rouge, La A cappella Choir I
The bride, graduate of the :ing the program and it will be Carol As Lately of the We Bells Watched Leontovlch-Wllbousk_ Black IY T' -* '- '' -

I Ocoee High School, attended .w i introduced by Mrs. J. C. Barber, Break.Forth O Beauteous Beivenlr_Light Bach I I
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EVANS j Florida State University and I chairman of the day. The tal- 9. OHS Male Chorus
Guiding Star _____ _Wilson
nun -- ----
ented boys and girls are under __ .
Louisiana State University. Since ( O Holy Night ---- -- -- Adam
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July of this year she has been a : :.:-:' .. !the direction of Mrs. Julia K Miss: Carolyn Ford and Miss
Campbell, director of music at M>rtis A. Foote will be in chargeof i
SPOI I member of the faculty of LSU. MRS. JOHN B. HART JR. I Orlando Senior high{ : School. the guest tickets which are ex- t ul] a t C'tt '
Mr. Hart, graduate of South . former Dorothy Lee ToneyDUV I Following are the Yuletide selections tended as a courtesy to friendsof JCd' calla '
MEN western Louisiana Institute, is i, scheduled on the program Sorosis members. Extending a
I also a member of the LSU fac I : warm Sorosis greeting at the
Meets '
Chapter 1. A rapprlls Choir door will be Mrs James Hackett
: ulty. He is a member of the Today There Is Riming, ChristiansenII
and Miss Norma Gettier. Flower
I Wonder
as I Hinder Sties
z In LIGHT BROWN Blue Key and Theta Xi fra- With Mrs. Holdorf | 2. Reading by Ann Holbrook q decorations for the clubhouse ice ,
Leather Soles. : ternity. -- will be arranged by Mrs William
Rubber Heels.
I I :Mrs! Elizabeth Holdorf of Fairbanks -
:Mr. Hart and his bride are B. McGee .
$8.95 residing at 863 Violet Rd., Baton I I Ave., Winter Park, was ReceptionSet Easily attached, the Solovoz
hostess to members of . .. gives the colorful instrumental
recently ,
Rouge. II U'iilii!; rsLiwited--Ufill. ..:.z. ::'t"" ; I.
W I Jennie Coulter Tent No.5. effects of violin clarinet, trum
I Tonight; pet and other instruments.
Time Only
Daughters of Union Veterans, for
Large Group UnbreakableCRYSTALS I .Doe not affect the tone or
their annual Christmas party i
Party MondayAn operation of the piano Buy t
Mrs. Mae Barrows, department
I Attends the Solovol:: on con".Dientterms 1
president, presided in the absence all-college reception will begien
of Mrs. Ethel Dickie, if you wish.
president tonight by the Rollins I
4 ANS"J : Class \\omens A sn.. in the Center Bring; in this ed for a free lessoa and, \ /
Party Election of officers was held between and after the Knowles SOC dtmanttfahea..the Solova.tROBINSON
DTO and installation will take placeat Memorial Chapel services at 6:15:
L members of the
II Ninety-five
0 the January meeting An- and 830: p.m. ORLANDO JEWELRY STORE
9'9// Eunice Delaney Bible Class of. I nouncement of plans for the Dr. Helen Moore. faculty mem 25t S. Oranm (Nose Jackson) MUSIC CO.
the First Baptist Church attended Dept. of Florida convention in her is general chairman of this Specializing in all Swiss I
the Christmas party held Orlando next April was made. Hollins Family Christmas Party. and American watches., I
Phone 6303
531 N. Orange
classroom eve-
m Estimotes Free.
A collection of gifts to be sent Committee chairmen are: Mrs.
HANDSEWN flQff' ning. Mrs. F. E. Glass, president, to St. Cloud for the bazaar Dec Walter Johnson. carol singing,
r presided 13 by Tent No. 1, was displayed Mrs William Fort Jr., invitations -
Miss: Peggy Wood and Glenn .. . ,.. .
LOAFERSOLD +lANOStaa N,* Ingram sang a number of vocal Five for visitors a covered joined dish the supper members Mrs ,Donald Mr* Florence Cheney decorations ilde and, *: !.:"" :"'. ':-; "I"t.'t': : :;.. :':":-::::::'.:" .>- "' "':.;',. ,: a
Dr. J.
after which
selections the meeting. Miss Judy Hudgmgs. reception
TOWNS Rich, Powell Tucker, minister of the :
and Mrs Harold FORALLTHEi
Mutispaugh, re-
deep antiqued brown.A church, gave a talk on the spirit
to D. ET Birth Announcements I I freshment1 :. .
4t 'ofChustmas Mrs. G. B. Bishope Rollins College faculty and students :'G"I'F'.T' .8\ . .
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presented gifts to the teachers, Mr and Mrs. Charles Keslakeof will lie entertained at the ,.. .. : ; ': . .'.:<:;...: .
$9.95 .
pPO Miss Eunice Delaney and Mrs. 315 Bay Run St. are announcing annual Christmas party in the ., : *j
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\V J. Lanier, followed bv the distribution FAMILY!
& the arrival I of a daughter Center tomorrow evening immediately "' j
of gifts to the class horn Dec. 12 at the Florida Sani- following Christmas dinner ..

S Oy ICE Lpll members Mrs V H. Nuckols' group and tarium.Mr.. and. Mrs Emmett Gaul !:. ..:..: ;, ,::;]i<.'J '

I Mrs Leona Swam, church hostess of 2240 Lafayette" Aeinter men will again read a cuter-
I served refreshments '. Park are the parents of a daughter sion of Charles Dickens Christ- i
Christine Gay born Dec. 11 mas Carol. Carols will be sung
I.at the Florida Sanitarium. I and refreshments served. i _
Annual Set I -
fi i I At Hampden DuBose On Patio from 120 North Orange & 35 West WashingtonThe : TRICYCLESFOR
A 1 The faculty and students of

lined, turned Hampden DuBose Academy. ZellI THE TINY TOT
soles InPlain % wood will entertain friends of I 10" Front Wheel-Ball Bearing Front Wheel-Big
I the school at the annual buffet Whistling Oyster 1' Rubber Tires-Painted Fire Chief Red.
; supper and Christmas program. -
Opera Styles Tuesday evening. A gaily lighted 6.95
a r Christmas tree gilded wreaths,
Burgundy Tan Blue a
Black and poinsettias will lend a holiday c { FOR CHILDREN 3 to :5 i TEARS OLD
$4.95 to $5.95 atmosphere to Ewell Hall, % 14' Front Wheel Ball Bearing Front \Vheel-1"
r I and Christmas program of mu-. Gifts Rubber Tires-Made to Take Hard Wear.
sic and readings will be presented

as follows: ANY 9.95
Fancy Patterns Mu-Ie gift matters
"0 Hob Night uun Adlm. AIT b
Combination of Colors i L. B. L"thAm
$4.95 to $6.50BUDGET Hark Hark.Christmas MY Soul Choir_ n___ Shelley RECEIVED THIS WEEK: Miriam Haskell Jewelry

Swedish Stemware French Evening Bags Dolls
Pl.noFuneral MirthBonita :' MAKE YOUR TREE THE JOLLIEST ,
WISE SUGGESTIONSMen's 2 Op 35 nnn Chopin Linen Churchill Throws
GIFT _____ Marghab Castleton China
-Country Gardens David Ldmn'Watersays : Grainier Tree light Sets _-_.._-_1.79 String of Pine Cones _39e '
__ Fine Christmas Cards, Etc.
Sox $JO to $.85 Men's Shoe Trees $1.50 to $2.95 of Venice," n Mldenberi"Prelude
In 0 Minor_ __ I for 15c Cello Xmas __ lOc I
Op 33 !io. 9 RachmaninoffJoan Christmas Balls __2 Stockings

Polish Kits $.85 of Spring BookRuitlei ______ ____ Binding The largest stock of fine china & crystal in the city.Smartly I<
H'ran Transcription: Mica Snow _..__ 5 & lOc Tree Li.ght Flashers ...._20c
Fairest Lord Jesus

WALK OVER SHOPOrlando O Come Happy Thou Day Almiehtv. Kin i 1 Icicles .. ______-___10' & 25c Extension Cords _.49c
Jean-Arr Devar by George 8chulr I ;.. ,

Readings _. I Tinsel Garland __10 & 39c: Angel HaiFoil r -- lOc: ..I. ', >
The Other Wise Man VanDyke I

[ Boot Shop] John and Virginia the N"sll.h"Lora gimpy l Xmas Wreaths ___ 39c: Tree Tops ________ 15c t-- ...-\..,
64 N. Orange Ave. Beacham Theatre Block Makes Merry Jean HolteoMa Leota Hulse Black
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[Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] I Purchase : ; ) 1
DAYTONA BEACH-A city building permit was Issued Thurs Home .
Kennie Miller for erection of a $2,000 residence on Tucker .
day to R : "<;". Problems FounrL'
St. to Include three rooms and a bath. . Building
Frances 1... Moore, 310 Marion., was granted a permit to Stressed '> '1
build a second floor on his present garage with four rooms and one I Risks
bath at an estimated cost of 0 I 1 In All U.S. Communities

$3,000. architect, at an estimated cost of I II One of the most Important contributions -
Mrs. A. M. Henson. 705 South $3,500, Paul A. Miller Construction to the pleasure and
Atlantic Ave., obtained a permit Co. contractor; and B. M. satisfaction of home ownershipis If VIOLET DUNHAM
to make alterations on the sec Beach, 220 Magnolia Ave., was the knowledge that its cost is rr. rl.t ,* >, reran. For'1'1: ._:,,:.-' ?1 o* P-l'''':-rO ,
ond floor for four apartments asper issued a permit to make general i well within the family budget, I ; AWING COMPLETED A round trip of these United Stat tS
plans by E. F. DeLallaye, repairs and alterations to convert :according to Franklin D. Richards AA to the Pacific Coat and now happy back in Florida w: it
into six unit apartment, at an commissioner of the Federal balmy breezes' after careful observation along the way t. t..f
FiedlerARCHITECT estimated cost of $5,000. Housing Admn. to say that every community visited probably has identic:a.! T ::
Howard Douglas Other permits issued were: II. Then the coot of purchasing ,. . lems to meet. *-- -
V. Scherman, 395 Pelican Ave.,
exterior of building two a dwelling property. is correctly There l I'll scarcity practically buses! planes and hot':1: c:'"'c H
coats paint of water proofing and two related to family Income everywhere 'in housing, nothIng hand. Practically every c'.":, t.-i
trim, $427, and other family expenditures for rent and not too muchto town In the nation now Ecrt< \
I Post Office/ Bfrfg.-PAone 191 coats of oil paint on
w..... Hoke Smith contractor; Mrs. the home bu'ln'I'nturt' will sell. However, nearly every be having either a convct..;:::
WIN'TEB PARK FLORIDA Alice J. Fuleston. 237 North not entail sacrifices In one's af ; 'IOt! I U building it* way out of ball game, or a livestock i'::-vr e)H
Ocean Ave., re-roof house $800, I standard of living and become the housing dilemma, and it its program. "Civil" scr\ ., t II
I a burden that outweighs thesatisfactions -- .. builder let aloneto
Daytona Sheet Metal Works, contractor --- : private are not too frequent and Roger Lot
INSU RANGE ; Mr. L. Kass, 319 Goodall otherwise to be do the Job will eventuallymeet ton I i" probably right \\" .c:1 hsavs \
FIREAUTOMOBILEG'NEILs Ave., re-roof rt''idence150! Day had" Com. Richards" points out. THIS FIVE-ROOM house, the demand This .Fall it will not be availuLla! : uat
tona Sheet Metal Works, contractor "In the enthusiasm of having building. In the L'. H. set an all- 1950..
; Oliver and Olson 119 Vol-- a home of their own, families especially designed for Florida, time record. * *
LEE i uxla demolish old bus loading I may 1 he overly optimistic as!' to is fitted for a narrow lot New commercial buildings are rEUCIOUS pineapple juc: !
and unloading shed Oliver and I I the amount they can afford to greatly in demand in most localities flowing: at their will f-' -3:
CflMPUTE INSURANCE SERVICE Olson, contractor; and Mrs. pay for it. In other instances I I t tn facing east, and is definitely in only rentals available being spigot in Honolulu is the hi t>.
rHOMHSOO mMFTCALF 6106 George Hull, Washington St. difficulties may arise: through the low-cost Construes mn-down properties in larger!' experience| of travellers to t ;
re-roof porch, $125. failure to make allowance for all I group. ('It If'*. neglected l because<< of restrictions glamor spot, according tD: 1
- -- --- family expenses that must be 1! tion would be of concrete i on rehabilitation : Elizabeth Anstine. Mu,ml Bca;;::
met In either case the housingcost :: 1 Those waiting for costs to comedown Southeastern! regional vire-rrc:;
,. may be so great that after i r block. Wide overhanging may have to pay the difference -,dent of the National \Vcmc!:. '
YOUrroO.CA ,,. P-rp paying other living expenses no the walls and In price of building sites, ,Council.
WItA eaves protect
-1. YouR 811LS roe, provision can be made to save the market for which is quite What an opportunity for!
CASH something for emergencies. I I I windows from the hot sun or brisk in many spots. Florida to follow unit with ]
''t A "When financing the purchaseof I I Gaos * I orange and grapefruit Juice!
v CO..II OOR RATES a home with a long-term mortgage -I frequent rains. This attractive rpri\iNS to Florida are packed I I What with growers czmr.a!at
$100 $300 CASH Meath"ear.ah insured by the Federal Florida home is designed by L. practically all going to Miamior : Ing of prices so low they are!: no
\ to home I b
Admh. buyers
YOU I Housing H the West Coast just now ap- picking, it is strange that F1.; .t:
\' Auto and Personal LoansCOMMERCIAL GET 1._ 12.... obtain the benefit of the judgment -I-D.I 1\. Alex Hatton, member of the parently. Best advice to anyone !I trains charge :30cfor( half!
$too i $9.46 of KIT A underwriters( is to
who wants to leave: home Is not grapefruit-especially whn ox
: $150 toot 14.18 whether the venture i1a financial Central Florida I i Architects
I I to do !so' unless definitely confirmed the West Coat a whole gi:ap
$too 13.34 1891 obligation that may l IX' !safely : reservations on trains fruit brings 40s;
i f CREDIT PLAN s3oo: soot: 2836: assumed., ; I Assn. Other features --- -

INC0ae0.T.D Make. Application "Experience shows that thereis I in the design, especially IllllIIIllllllltlllitlllllllllllllll IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Illtlllllllllillilllllllt.
537 N. Orange Ave. Phone 7181 GET CASH TODAY no infallible formula by which I
the monthly cost of home afford ownership E. 0+ . for Florida, = Come In and Look Around!'
that a family can can
be related to the f a mil y'!" I are airiness, afforded 7
I monthly income. So many -variable by the corner win- | CHRISTMAS GIFTS

F! i NEW LOW PRICE 1:1: question conditions that judgment enter into based the dow, and compact- FOR EVERYONE
of |
11 upon the financial situation L. P-. P. ness, combined with
each individual family is the only
ALUMINUM Iii I safe guide." comfort, through I MOSES PHARMACY

WINDOWSNumber II New Residents Buy I economy in space- 5 No. 1-1101 K. Colonial Dr. TeL 2-3487 star Lieu i..op. -
Home in Orlando 1 1 planning. = No. 2-308 S. Orange Bloim. TrL 9532 N.,'S scots

Site Old'PrIce New Price I i Finding no place like Orlando ilI I IIllllllIIIIIIllhIUllIlIIIIlllIIlII lllhlllllIIIIII lllllllllllllllllhllllllllllllllllrO

; 2323 3'.1" x 3'-2 3/8" 20.75 16.60 i In their travels, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer __ .. __ ._ -- -

2424 3'.1X 4'-2 5/r 25.75 20.60 I purchased D. Mansfield a home have at 3300 recently Harrison .I -00080c IMPROVE CONDITION LAWN

3323 4'-S 118x 3'-2 3/8": 23.25 18.60 I St. and plan to reside here. FUTURE :;) tJuu4 eaee4t 'f ,
I Mansfield, formerly of Rochester Li
5/8" 28.00 22.40 IMNG
3424 -5 -
N. Y., was in the interior dec-
:! 4424 5'-9 38x 4'-2 SS31.00 24.80 orating business: there. I zROOM t ca ca t '
I The !sale'; was handled by Lil f pr withVAC-U-lVlOW
Harlow G. Fredrick.


Architects Engineers 0, ,
Building Consultants FUTURE GARAGE ;., }. lH HOKSIPOWtl INGINt ..N

ir! I

I6filft si1 I. TEARACR MODEL
rv c CLEARING ,07'iS 00J : II I--: :
01\RDlf.NWmTfRflW. 'So.'t t FUTURE 1 BEDROOMS I a ._ .
F t p p FUTURE
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BY -4 (njtl)' ,47! it.----I Prom *.ootf.>... I... t* rough**! ..W(.Wlt,*.k. tI_ VAC-U-MOV tfot",
-;: 9r..KMHi 8 |0" ;. Er.cs.1; .f*".T li... Scrt W AMAZING VACUUM
ELECTRIC BOAT CRU Etauflownbanked : ACTION whicK tr..... 4nh that> ni** tn1 RoU (riK till Mt. Sproub.ad
JOB OR HOUR . .. ,h.. ...' tlitkod into .
d iM s kwd: arc tiny bits.Bl
Canals AN EXPANSIBLE HOUSE designed by the ditions can be afforded, the original living .do .di .Ul!. botwoon I .oj 3 MCIO* !t.I koighl F fo *"'p.cutting,longtf life
technical office of the Housing and Home room becomes a dining room, a small bedroom I I. ,..... I Full 20 Inch ....... TK* Ul ,_ .._..wM lo, ti..." farms
PALMETTO RAKE BULLDOZERDRAG An t xelknr .> Fi-I becomes a den, a garage is linked to the house : perU, '*.!!. kiUi.jir ,elf dab sad .UiWKliom.. ; So* paw *.*).* ., writ*]
nance Agency, Washington, D. C., to I
by a breezeway. This is one of six plans proposed JOSEPH BUMBY HARDWARE CO. ._ORLANDOKINGSLEY'S
LINE DINNER :At 1 cumvent high building costs for the in a booklet, Planning the Expansible

&PALM TERRACE., family. The basic unit provides adequate I House, available at 20 cents per copy from .... ..... LEESBURGN.

I space for living room kitchen, bath and i the Superintendent of Documents, U. S. Gov- W. BRYANT .. TITUSVILLE
; J. T. MURDOCH, Jr. ri WATER SKI I small bedrooms. As the family grows and ad ernment Printing Office, Washington 25, D. C.

< PHONE 2-4427 S ::: "EXHIBITION... DAILY & 2:30 I Altamonte Springs Booms : 1101 W. PRINCETON AVE.
>45 1610 s. FERNCREEK o luntf /ow'i Cam ltu-t;) i ..
Is, ORLANDO FLA. \ CYPRESS GARDENS [fore ;a''! to Tire S, ndo\ Sentinel Star] I tamonte Springs area In the past I
I AM X1CAS TROPICAL HOMOZKLAM0 I ALTAMONTE SPRINGS--An year might l>e gained from the
of the AlARROWS I' i4- .i"F b9 r
; Idea of the expansion records of one real estate operator !

I A i I alone, Homer Sewell, whose ,
II '
I sales of homes to 19 families r t.

I amounted to $221,000.

't SOUTHEAST STEEL SALES CO. 7 These new residents to Central

G' Florida are: J. D. Morrison, Waukegan -
100 W. Amelia Ave. 0 0 111; J. C. Madden Champaign

Ill.; Charles A. Bigelow, 4b 4r

will move fo new location Wilmington Del.; R F. Hester
Eustis; J. E. Matthews retired

437 N. Garland corner of Alexander Place t'. S. Army; Major E. Mengel,
Mth Air Force chaplain: Carl Nol- I
ting. r S. Navy; Robert Brady
AFTER JAN.. 15, 1948 Hartford; Thomas Hill 11th Air I
M Force; A. P. Phillips, New York; ,
\\ A Burnette, Atlanta: Louis l 1
Yes have
Semon. New York: Thomas Col-
WINDOWS, the only aluminum window on the market Im. Chicago; Ben Aldridge Win- R
today that Is FOOL PROOF. I !'ton' al(>m, N. C.; Lester! Griffin,
:Norfolk Va.: John Jenkins, Ohio,
1. Will not leak. Carl Stevens, Indiana L. Bras-
1. Xo operators to get oat of ordtr.' sington Ohio., and H. P. Shapiro,
New York.
3. Stainless steel weather stripped.

.. Installed, In half the time of anT other kind of window. w A. .".w. ... The battle of the Monitor and

5. Xfter needs painting;, will not rust, rot, or warp. the Merrimac was! fought at
8. Kach: window guaranteed; bjr HTKHMNO WINDOWS, Hampton Rds. March 9, 1862.Quality We offer for sale our fine home built of the best of materials. A lovely pre-war

IXC.1'nltFd, the State oldest aluminum window manufacturer In the OF COMFORT built house at pre-war price. Only reason for selling, moving into our new home.

.. 7. Kach window carries the seal! of Aluminum Window POINT TO INSULATION This house has! entrance hall, reception room, library, dining room, breakfast room,

Manufactures Tenting Laboratory.IT .oriatlon. ot America, tented by Pittsburgh lounge porch, pantry, lavatory and toilet on first floor. Four bedrooms and glassedin -

Enjoy the kind of comfort you want all year LMASUBYi PAINTSI I sleeping porch on second floor. Plenty of closets, 2 tiled baths. Solid oak floors

IS MORE ECONOMICAL TO USE STERLING ALUMINUM round. Insulate and seal out outside temperatures. at II I throughout, furnace heat. In rear 3-car garage with apartment above. Grounds are

DOUBLE-HUNG WINDOWS. You save more, you get Insulation gives your home extra fire and i I nicely landscaped with fountain and formal garden. Lot 175 x 240. Immediate pos
more, and have a better building. moisture protection too. REASONABLE
1 I session. Shown by appointment only. Let your broker show you. Nice terms can be

Call 2.3108 free this asurof ouu
for a estimate week. ? rvt Prices I
I arranged. This is a real buy. .
Southeast Steel Sales Co., Distributors largest I
Reliable Painters SetertwaRa.ommsaded
100 W. Amelia Ave. of C.lon I Robert CarrIgan OWNER
Floor Sanders and PolUhen ,

X. Garland Corner Alexander Place

After Jan. 13, 1918 n1 p Arnold Paint Store Corrigan Building 2-4551 672 No. Orange Ave.
.., I. OrM* at South ilL
''I Ample Ftrkiat TeU t-31M


. -

IFI1CIDillIIIID.:A cgffi\yj[) ] _all LLIIMZDFFII & 1 Slaughter Campaign

.. . :
& .. _
Covers Central Florida Agricultural Interests Like the Morning Dew Halt Brings Concern

10-C Telephones: 4161 or 3-1681 ebe; 1U1l1ag &tifltntLai Orlando, Florida, December 14, 1947
Page Abandonment of the slaughter campaign for eradication -

of foot and mouth disease In Mexico is causing concern __

among cattlemen in the United States, according to the

Citrus-Coloring Gas Sought By Researchers Florida Farm Bureau Federation. _

I i "They feel that use of vaccination alone will not besufficient

I to check the disease
-- and remove the danger of its Spring, 452.000 cattle and 155,800

I .. F spread north of the border" I small animals infected with hoof

Leaf Disease John Ford, executive secretary and mouth disease have been
Decay-Halting said.
State Dairy slaughtered' at a cost to the U. S.
,i In a reversal of policy at the I in indemnities of more than $22
insistence of Mexican livestock million.It .

Rank Praised Qualities EyedBy I - DUDA T1RE SALES, IN -:. Menaces Glades!I owners, the announced U. -Mexican last month Commission I

_1 AIRPLAN TiRES '- that vaccines would replace is estimated that rats do an
ttsstmicai.4rstttis I !:slaughter except in outbreaksthat average of S63.000.000 damage on

[Specie! to The Sunday: Sentinel-Starl I MORRISON C. MERIAM *GtCUt.TUM equip. seT GAtUtLCtSG BRADEXTON new fungus'' occur north of the quaran- U. S. farms every year. _ _
. GAINESVILLE Time was I [The Sunday Sentinel-Star Staff'Writer1] sale I.OoauGI OSCOC ma a disease that attacks leaves. stems tine line. --

when Florida dairy cattle-like Research men are patient and flowers of gladiolus and is a Ford said problems posed by .
the who potentially serious threat to Florida's the new policy would be discussed < ,
their counterparts on range people spend years lookingin :
were not considered top quality I haystacks for needles they extensive glad industry un- .. by cattlemen during the :4:42eycou..
less prompt control measuresare American Farm Bureau Federation .
but that time has passed says C. may never find.
with the LEji taken was recently identified Convention opening in
W. Reaves dairyman One such needle a gas that I DIAPER SERVICE
Dr R O. of the Florida .
Extension I Magic Chicago tomorrow.
State Agricultural will bring out the color of citrus I For HtMrvation ar Immediate D. vHr ___
Agricultural Experiment Station Since the eradication
Service. I fruit and at the same time check campaignwas PHO' .E 2-3357
,_ Vegetable Crops Laboratory. started in Mexico last
.... ,
J"A Tennessee breeder recently I decay has been sought for 10 B- "-""--'-=- ' '" -=----
Florida-bred bull at the The disease according to Dr. --- -
|"bought a at the Orlando field stationof
1 annual auction of the State Jer. 1 years the U. S. Department of Agri-- THE OPENING OF THE NEW large plant and sales offices of Magie. is caused by the fungus

I ey Cattle Club, probably the culture's Bureau of Plant In- the Duda Tire Sales, Inc on the Orange Blossom Trail. here Curvularia and was observed for I
first time in history a Florida-I the first time in Florida last August TILE YOUR BATHWITH
dustry-so far without success. was announced this week. The building was completely remodeled -
the East Coast
head on glads on
bred bull has been sold to a
i leading herd in that State Reaves Although the search might to house the stock of airplane tires carried by the hut has been found since on

[ thinks. appear hopeless' ', the men responsible firm and accommodates the sales offices across the front of plantings in Northern Florida I LUMITILE

C. HOWARD SWEATT [above] for it have not given the building. The Duda firm converts airplane tires for grove, and on the Gulf Coast.

signed The dab to the had sale 37,animals and all were cos- of Orlando has been elected up hope. I farm and industrial uses. j On glad; leaves the disease 1 NO DOWN PAYMENT THREE YEARS TO PAY

from Florida herds. first president of the newly- "We are confident that I ,. phows up as round tan spots
formed Canners League of about the size of a pin-bead FOR FREE ESTIMATEPHONEWADESCOTT
The fact that the sale could be eventually we will find a gas or

held without outside consign-I[i Florida, which represents approximately -I combination"of gases that will Pasture Nutrition Drop Cited the hut vein they,grow and a rapidly spot two toward weeks I

Ijnents is another indication of': half the State's do both jobs, J. R. Winston, who old be two inches long. INC.Phone
'the rising quality of animals In canned citrus production. has charge; of the bureau's fruit [Sre-iol' to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] I areas are not as! accessible!! to Black may resembling .

Florida dairy herds. I I and vegetable handling, transportation TAVARES Pasture grassesare livestock as those on firm show spores up in the center of powder the i 2-2920 -:- 100 W. Amelia AT.

Carlos Griggs of Summerfieldis and storage investigations not as nutritious in periodsof ground, he said.Vellsodded arrested area in two or three :

194748 president of the Florida -, High Poultry Price in the Southeast, said yes- heavy rainfall as they are dur- \ Bermuda grass days. Most of the spots are found '

. Jersey Cattle Club. Walter I I terday.If ing moderately dry periods be- pastures may be disced or between the middle and the tip of
Welkener Jacksonville Is vice- Continuation Seen and when they do, the discovery cause they lose some of their nutrients plowed with good effect at the ': the leaf.

president and County Agent will be of immense valueto through action ok the water end of the grazing season, as this When the disease attacks the 5 .

.E. Baetzman, Orlando F'I Continued high demand for citrus shippers who now must County Agent R. E. Norris treatment will stimulate growthfor stem and bud sheath it is characterized
in with 'depend on ethylene gas to give :said. the next season Norris said. by small brown and
poultry products 1948
Lupine Area Tripled their fruit its characteristic color Another reason for reduced Winter grazing may be obtained oval spots ,with sunken edges. WhaL7
[Speciol to The Sunday'Sentinel-Star egg prices at least as high as they early in the season when the inside graying value of pasture from the land by planting oats, Pioardv, Wanda, Corona, and I like most

. JASPER Hamilton County':have been and chicken prices is ripe but the peel is still grasses in rainyeather is rye or rye grass!' after the discingor Vredenburg varieties are quite

farmers are planting three timesas I probably higher Is predicted by green. I that graces! which are in wet plowing. susceptible to the Curvularia disease lit

much acreage In blue lupine I U. S. Dept. of Agriculture econo- :' "Ethylene has two big disad-- -- --- !' hut most other common about t

this season as they planted last ,mists. vantages," Winston said. "It varieties appear to be resistant. my EVERWEAR.Aluminum
Fall, according to County Agent I The prediction was announced takes from 24 to 72 hours to remove Tobacco Planting Care Urged
Ambrose E. Nesmith. 1 yesterday by County Agent F. E. the green color and it
I Baetzman who said farmers I Indigo Pleasing '
predisposes fruit to rapid spoilage [Special to The Sunday Sentinel, -Star] for in North Florida 2S
take in about as much cash from both by action of the gas II growers I lSec.1>: to The Sunday Sentlr>e'-StorJ RooPn
ABC GAINESVILLE Growers in : has become Important BROXSON Levy County
poultry but with higher feed : itself and by the heat and and Georgia an I
SERVICENew costs may have a smaller net re i humidity which must be maintained Central and South Florida who agricultural industry In farmers who made small plant-
I ings of hairy indigo this I
turn. l in coloring rooms. i plan to raise flue-cured tobacco I recent years as a result of the have been pleased with their year results -:

Accounts and Future in I "What we are looking for is plants this Winter were advised blue mold or downy mildew disease -I and County Agent T. D.
Fourth largest State the I
Reservations Are Solicited
that will color fruit
2-1177 Union New Mexico has an area I something and also kill the ;yesterday by Fred A. Clark, assistant which attacks plants nearly I Rickenbaker believes next year's
Telephone overnight fungi
of 121,000 square miles. I I that cause decay. Furthermore i agronomist at the Uni- ',every year in tobacco growing' plantings will be considerably
it must have no effect on the versity of Florida Experiment areas. i
I taste of the fruit or render it Station, to sow seed of only the i
i best varieties and to give the I Ii Recently, however, Georgia Pasco Pastures Seeded
Al Coith harmful to consumers in any
Dec. 14, 1947n. way." | plants careful handling to insure : has quarantined tobacco plants [fSy a1. to The Sunday Sentinel-Star]

'good quality. I Ii from Palm Beach and Brow- DADE CITY Pasco Countynow
little toy found it hard t. understand how a brown cow Since the project was inaugurated I The production of plants in'' ard Counties account of a has nearly 20,000 acres of
could eat green grass and ,iY. whit milk with yellow butter in it. the bureau has the southern portion of the State !I on improved pastures, according to

So it may bt hard for you to understand how you can put red Vigor tested some 30 gases, both mosaic virus disease. County Agent J. F. Higgins.
... gray Magic Bloom on yellow plants and make them ,reen. It'* singly; and in (combination trate the peel of citrus fruit 1 Urging growers to exert every Farmers are now Deeding an ad-

father. complicated. It inrolves photosynthesis, if you know what I Imean. only a few of which ha.eshown sufficiently to reach and destroythe effort to grow only the best vari- ditional 1,835 acres to improved

I don't but that's what they call it. The important thing promise. pasture plants.
green coloring matter, !i ties, Clark said there have been a
from your standpoint is that. it works. "The best of the lot was a gas chlorophyll. .
few instances where plants -
Now | really didn't mean to take away from the joy of your developed for wartime use, butit "Last year we tested 325 purchased -----." ou..t,4-T--

Xmas by having your conscience keep. you from enjoying; your dinner was so deadly as to make it chemicalin liquid form for from South Florida have
for thinking about your poor starred ,Iants. But of course dangerous to packing house personnel their ability to halt decay" not varieties.been of adapted flue-cured "Well I'm a practical man and I'm mighty pleased with

you can prevent that by feeding them now and they will probably ," Winston said. "We were he continued. "Out of that ,I I "Among the 10 or 12 varieties the way my aluminum roofing gives me good service year
be starting to turn green by Xmas and you will know that they are advised to forget about It. i number we found 1% that were tested the
at station
"Out of six we tested effective but I experiment p after year without the need for painting or repair. And if
net suffering. We will be glad to supply your plants ..eeds.o. gases very only one the top five in yield and quality
yes and. we have many things that will make nice Xmas this Fall one seems to be in- that the Pure Food and Drug have been Bonanza Mammoth "Presto Logs" | "Aquella"I you were to ask the missus she'd give you another good

gifts: Rose bushes, poinsettias. camellias azaleas and other plants teresting. It appears to have Administration would even Gold, Gold Dollar Yellow Mammoth -I ..' for f.'sslams.World's' famousNo
both coloring and decay preventive consider."If I dirt-Easy to waterproof painthandis reason why all of us like aluminum roofing. You see, it
gardening gadgets, and last but not least, law sweepers for your I I and Virginia BrighfLeaf. ,' masonry surfacs -
loved one's poor aching back. The hours of time and the tired I action to a limited extent. we were to stumble onto : he said. "Other varieties may ] keeps our home many degrees cooler in the summer-andthat's II.
I 'We are now repeating the something this year that was I $1.20 per carton I $3.95 gallon.||
muscles him will moke him and yield almost as well as these but
you save truly grateful really
you tests to be certain the first results -, very good, it would take at least bring lower returns because they mighty important when the old sun is boiling down."
that I
happy you are saving him so much hard work. Why not stop
are dependable. The gas two to three years for the Food "
h and how Reserve and we'll deliver i I sell for lower prices. Overhead Garage Doors:
set they operate. one now it
at Xmas. will also be tested in the Spring and Drug people to do enough I He reported that certain varieties -I Wooden ....___. ...._n_._...$67.5e We asked liked
when a different rot producing work on it to pas it as safe for developed in other areas for Aluminum-While they last __S52.5 3,692 people what they
fungi is prevalent"The I fruit destined for human Hardware only _.._ .. ....._-Z1.5e
,use on .
ORLANDO NURSERIES resistance to black root disease most about their Everwear Aluminum Roofing I I'When
research is
necessarilyslow ,consumption. known as 400 401 and 402, have
631 N. Orange AT because it takes weeks to I Although an ideal dual-purpose I not proven satisfactory to the Pocket Knives Medicine '
Phone 7RI7 test a single gas and the color I gas still eludes research men I trade. Since black root is not :yet 50c up. I Cabinets: we asked 3,692 people- EVKKWZAX Aluminum Roofing

LANDSCAPING C4RBTAKING LAWN SWEEPERS removing ability can be studied their work has not been without present in Florida fields, grow- .550 to 26.00 people like yourself people in because it keeps building cooler
LAWN MOWERS FERTILIZERS INSECTICIDES only in the Fall when the fruitis I'benefit to the citrus industry. I ers do not need to plant resistant I Sour office dis- Sour office dit almost every community-what j in summer warmer in winter.

ORNAMENTAL. PLANTS at the proper stage of de | Findings incident to the project varieties, he said. I lay. I plair.I they liked most about their Many people like it because aluminum

velopmentTests I resulted in development of EVERWEAR Aluminum Roofing, roofing is so light in

of the affect of gases on the modern citrus coloring room Grain Sorghum Crop I w?got many answ en,all of them easily applied, and
fungi, however can be made with its air-conditioning equip- weight, so
throughout the season. I ment for maintaining uniform Harvested in Marion good. The great majority said give* such good service at low
they like it because this modern
The Ideal GiftCERTIFICATE I "Before the season is OTf'r.we ;temperature, humidity and gas [:Sst-oi:;: to The Sunday Sentmcl-Star] roofing lasts longer. Next came cost per year. These facts were
probably Hill have tested concentration. j I OCALA-More than 4,000 acres brought out in a South-wide
those who like it because aluminum
other RasesVin: ton raid. t The prevailing method of of grain sorghum were grown vey.When you need roofing get
"Any that show possibilities of applying: ethjlene the "trickle by Marion County farmers this roofing can't rust. Others long-lasting
checking decay will be tested system" by which a small year according to County Agent like it because it never needs the best-get

further next Fall for their de- | amount of the gas is releasedI I Carl Hendricks. painting. Some people like EVERWEAR Aluminum Roofing!

greening effect." I continuously in coloring I Jack Mattheus of Ocala won a "You'll Be Sorry"if

Something That Will Winston said the bureau first I rooms was also worked out I county-wide grain sorghum con you UM arson number in your build
tried to add something to ethylene at the local station. test by producing 97-1 bushels of ing. Wo have a complots. line of rrw EVERWEAR.Aluminum .
Remain in I thoroughly' dry stock on hand.
Their MemoryA to step up its action. When Working with Winston on the grain per acre. Production of oth- t '
this proved unavailing, research project are G. A. Meckstroth, as- er winners ranged from 57.6 \\ ; -r-- : Roofing
fine set of Automobile Seat Covers. Gift Wrapped, no I turned their attention to sociate pathologist. and G. L. bushels to 69.7 bushels the county "Balsam Woor .
charge with a certificate entitling bearer to FREE installa- .. .. - Roberts, research aide. agent reported. Why not install this guaranteed insulation . ti t EVEIWUI AbwiMHi Ltck-Tlitt
I and better to b
finding a new gas in your homo-Samo prico as r- .
tion after Christmas-or GIFT-MAILED .
PREPAIR.GeneralMotcars The of this
take ffor the war interlocking desiga
I ethylene's place. :
( 8c; sq. ft. -SS i- modern! roofing ha. been tct4ad
\ Ethylene a hydrocarbon gas J-L.-- proved by rears of oxiatha
\ !
given off by incomplete combustion II i
Southeastern hurrieaa belt.
I *
and front units -
Coupes I Li ..
of kerosene was used = :: _ _ _ _ Each sturdy sheet lochs together .
only- I for many years to color citrus ::::.:::g:3i'.ra: 1tmj : far perfect protection .g.inst t
I fruit before its identity was -- J.l. wind and rain and sway nail
$8.95 up learned. Heat from kerosene ----- bead is covered tor maintenance*
.. .
frft.x. Awlabi ia 5, 7.
storage rooms was Red&BuIf
I I. 9, 10, 11 and 11 IIeqtha..
lieved originally to bring about 6'/4C sq. ft."Doozit' Coven 13* when applied. -
the color change. $10.35mawua
Pnc*per I Likely gases are sent to the "
local station for testing by chemical J Alwim iVCnjaTb
I companies interested in I New BHUCC polishcorrugat.d
We have
a com !or for Linoleum & fr WallboardWooden two tan precision-mad*
plete sets for Ford and I learning their capabilities Winston Floors-Ai Ideal for interior ..yo." fit together perfectly to

at said. inti advtrtuied......9&1n.-MI J ad-ISi Finish. - h__:. farm n m.tbrtiht .... Easy
They are first put through a CAN BE SOLVED 1 ." 19c sq ft. to apply Available in 5, Ie

screening test at various con : _ _ 7.t,9.It. Hand 11 lengths.
$11.99 I I __
centrations in a small insulatedbox : Covers 24 j
Pnc*per squares 7.J/
containing a fan to circulatethe .vu;

The largest Selection of Auto Seat Covers and Inferior Up. controlled gas and electric a thermostatically hot plate to User
holstering/ Materials in florida Reasonable Prices. provide an even temperature.Fruit S For a Beautiful, Lasting ,

I from nearby groves;

Other Timely Gifts For the Auto Owner I.' blended to give: an average I I 1 Ssae4tSe4e 4

sample' Is placed in the bov PERMANENTLY

Front Floor Mats _______ __ _. $4.25 up 1 and subjected to the gas: for 16 r' riRST-5TJUTT BOOSE PAINT
hours. Finest boo** paint mad Whita

Rear Carpets .__ ______ ___________ __ $6.50 up The effect on the color is evident I t lead xina oavi, and titannun

Wedge Cushions for the boat the as soon as the fruit is remo.ed . ,- pigments are smoothly blended
sports ( or auto) $2.39 I .. 'e-_ ia the right smoaats to iwe
from the box but the W* now hay moro PRATT & LAM- i-- longer wear extra hiding power. .J..&..
Kick Pads to match seat covers -- -- __ $2.00 fruit has to be held for three nEST paint on hand than at any I. stsu.lc'- 4:6'4.t.; :' .. better cover**.. Gallon carer ,
tmo before INs S- AICanon.
anus war.
Tailored Plastic Covers weeks at a Tfrdegree( temper- np to eoo .... ft. Brnohe* sos
(the best) in all colors of ..
ature and compared with similar :. .1.- easily and evenly to a bcautifal.

the rainbow ---- -- ___ __ $55.00 up untreated fruit to determine the WITH A i. '..',. "I ricIaIooA&6Dila.Pricopc gaL
Fireplace Screens _. 7.25 up "
uu u. ia 54.5 (WhittXj
5-gaL cmn:
A New Top for the family convertible ______ __ $55.00 I effect on decay. .
h up I Gases that show promise are Antique Finish Andirons 8.75I L.JL- .. --- $S-* (Green)
studied further in anotherof DEMING PUMPSOLD
CAREFUL ATTENTION GIVEN MAIL ORDERS : one or I Antique Finish Fireplace Sets 9.00 up
the station's three coloring
POSTAGE PREPAIDP. rooms. constructed like commercial --

S. Santa Claus Just Bought a Set for His Sleigh! similar coloring scale. rooms, but on a AND SERVICED BY I I Contractors These WHeelbarrows are 4 really Ply Rubber mice SZ7.t ours Tire StJtil/i lm S/iit

ORLANDO SEAT COVER & SUPPLY CO. i I Jature I In ,them humidity any desired and air temper-movement FARM 8 HOME MACH. CO. IRON ROOFING COMPANY

can be produced to deter
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734 Brookhaven Drive 0 Orlando, Fla.
PHONE 3-2901 100 W. WASHINGTON at R. R. I the gas is most effecth.e.The DISTRIBUTORS
bureau is also testing Phone 8139C SH

"WE COVER EVERYTHING/ BUT THE CLOUDS"/ I liquid chemicals as decay pre- 430 W. ROBINSON AVENUE X. Orange at Railroad
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Orlando) Florida, December 14, 1947 4ht &unba" jfuttnd-&tar' Telephones: 4161 or 3-1681 Page 11-

.. ; Flood Damage Toll Estimated At $100 Million I _

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s ,i Equal Control 1!1,500 Invitations Issued Land Fumigant :I Lake's Prices Good Truck DeSoto Farm

r F EIA Benefits Seen i For Orange Station TourCounty i Costs Trimmed I!; Agent Says Outlook Good

I, AL CODT Agent: F. E. Baetzman said yesterday 1.500!) invitations [:['E'0'' t n The! S'lodiv, S,,-' OF. :;'-jrlTAVARES I [ ;:>-' '1'' "(1 "fl.. 5 '''-,' C." ,,,1 3' r'TA""RES1..ake I [Spe: aI i to T'"e S rda ee, I@J e'vv
fOur Own Staff Correspondent] had been sent out for the annual Orange County': -Through cooperative I County vegetable ARCADIA-Fair wrather GU
R citrus motorcade to Lake Alfred, where the State Citrus action. 14 Lake County Farm growers= generally have received -
KISSIMMEE-The wettest and the month has' re-ultcd: l\\
ing !! :
Station is located. Bureau members who planned to good prices for their Fall
windiest Summer in Florida's recent Experiment have their land fumigated in crops of beans, cucumbers eggplant marked improvement in OeSt
Growers. and others connected with the citrus
history caused direct and preparation for planting cucumbers tomatoes and cabbage but County agriculture. arrrirdiag: i\\
industry have been invited to
indirect flood damage estimatedin visit the station in one of a series were able to have the work citrus growers have been con- County Agent \V. L \\naysPastures
done at a cheaper rate. cernef 1 about low prices for fruit. i '
the neighborhood of $100 mil- of tours arranged by the Agricultural I flooded hy Fa|
according to County Agent R E.
lion, Chm. Irlo Bronson of the Cattle Diet Extension Service. I Arrangement were made by Norris. storms have dried of. mahi

Flood Control Committee of Florida They' will he shown around 1 William field R. Hancock, Farm Bureau Early returns from Fall beans farmers have planted improve,]
announced here ;yesterday. the station by Hr.l .\. F. Camp, 1 1d Orange and secretaryfor folk Counties and were rather low, but prices improved pasture graces!'! during the p
', ,e, a t t4ii Bronson added: that incomplete director and will be advised l before the harvest was
lIa .rHN JF Problems CitedCases Lake ( o u n t )' Agricultural few weeks! and citrus 13 m; u
-- reports from Central and Southern concerning; latent findings on complete: cucumbers brought
HYBRID PAPAYA TREE: Dr. John P Van 81 former psychiatrist Florida counties indicate that fertilizers, !sprays| and generalrare ; Agent H. V- NoriN."Approximately good prices' !' which helped to off- ing (although prices have blow .]

is shown with one of the hybrids he has developed economic benefits which would are being encountered: in of trees by authorities I 25 acres owned set the low prices growers received ]I.

through cross-breeding papaya trees at his home in Winter accrue from the proposed com which the ue!' of the iron and there. : In the group were" fumigated for their Spring crop: and Increasing; interest Is being!
flood control program during the week. Hancock said eggplant cabbage, and tomatoes shown by livestock !
prehensive supplement recommended Of interest to and
Park. The tree in the photograph, its trunk partially obscuredby copper shippers canners -
would also approximate $100 million [ for the prevention and cure of will be the station's experimental -yesterday.. "The growers, all of brought generally good prices. in Improved pasture', and ron.
branches, is a rapid grower and heavy producer i salt sick in cattle has failed to packing house and canning whom live in the Ray Lake area Ijake', citrus gnnrs are in llerahle( acreage has been I

1' 0 "These figures clearly show be of benefit, County Agent F. E. plant developed to test new expect better yields as a result"!' I good; << condition for cool Winter' planted in Pangola and other
IMPROVED TREE TYPE STUDIED i that there I N sufficient econom-i iI i Baetzman said yesterday. ,processes in handling fruit i lie said a DD fumigant. which weather' and the crop l looks grasses. I
I I I ic Justification" for a real flood "Controlled feeding experiments Baetzman said citrus kills root knot nematodes and good, but fruit prices hate been Ten farmers who had flo!
control financed by men ,other destructive soil organisms, "none too good" thus far, Nor
program; at the Florida Agricultural planted improved pasture gasse]
would assemble at the Perfection
New Paoava Variety Developed the Federal Government," Experiment Station have shown Co-operative Dairies BIlk, 3400 was pled.Umatilla i I' his e,,.Iainf'd. before have seeded some of thei
Bron! on said.Complete this lack of benefit to be due to S. Orange Blossom Tr, and Growers are hoping the Christ land to Pangola grass this season -
WINTER PARK What appears -l other trees! in the same t locationhad figures from 14 coun- an additional deficiency in the would leave at 8.30:: a.m. in timeto 4-H Club mas season will boost demand Wood; says.
not done as well. ties and incomplete figures from and prices. iI !
to be a new and improvedvariety minerals contained in forages arrive at Lake Alfred by 10 '
I Papayas!' are not extensively of the hardest-hit showed di-' ; Plans Grove I
of papaya tree has been grown one from certain areas. he added. a.m. i iI i Project Clover, Lupine Planted
crossbreedingby in Central Florida because rect and indirect damage amount- Tim deficiency' hac been' I He a ked that those intend 'I [ pr (c''' to T'-a S "-r::, S<"i> "> c'orl Palestine Harvest 1 ISoeoal' I to The S"'ndcv Se n-StQti:
developed through they are highly susceptible to ing to $56,617,815. No figures identified a.. cobalt. Cobalt i ii ;ing to go on the tour inform his I "AnESlpmbers of theI'matilla I'I STARKE-Four hundred acres
Dr. John P. Von, 81, retired his received from Palm Beach
With hybrid
freezing. new were Of Citrus HigherThe
one of the less! abundant metals' ;office so that arrangements for I 4-H club are making of White Dutch clover and 22,
psychiatrist who settled here five however, Dr. Von believes it will and Dade counties, Bronson said and occurs! in amounts less! lunch can be made. The tour I plans for their grove management 19J7-48 citrus crop in Pal:acres of blue lupine have be
years ago. I be possible to set out trees of a but he estimated that damage in than can be determined' by will end at 4 p.m., he said I project to be established on estine is expected: to total 153 planted by Bradford Coun
The tree, a self-pollenizing; hy- size to wrap and carry throughthe ,each would exceed the $16.477-1 I usual! chemical' means' I 1 a three-acre tract in their commu- million boxers about equal to the i farmers during the past mont
will bear before Broward-hard--
brid, was grown from seed planted Winter that cold weather. 350 reported counties by submitting "The daily requirement for it Rags which once were virtually nity, Asst! County Agent James 1938-39! : record and one-third larger -; County Agent T. K. McClane Jr.,
in June, 194G, and now stands they. are hit again by est hit of the hurt by cattle i is!' almost unbelievablysmall the only source of paper pulp I M. Watson reports. The Umatilla than 1916-47.! Potential export i i I saya these acreages are the tar
15 feet high, with a trunk six ,, reports. Hendry County submit- but it performs! a definite now supply only about three per I Kiwanis Club is securing, the sales to Europe may take 12 million !Rest: : ever planted in the count
I did know from water, j
lie said not
he the high I
I I badly by '
inches in diameter at the base. It function in the body and must hesuppJit'd cent of that used tract for them. loxes. in one seeson.e ; .
what varieties the hybrid was ob- ted a preliminary report showing -
100 1-
has approximately oblong mineral
tained because he kept no records -damage of $711.100, but submitted as a supplementif
melons it, the largest 16 inches j
on it is not present in the natural
Bron- ,
detailed final I
i no
in length. They are well-fla I in sufficient amount"
llr. Von who lives'! at 2552: W.Fairbanks son said he thought that damagein forage
vored and have a thick layer of Baetzman said there are no __
--- 0-
\'Of', came here that county would amount to >- !? < '
meat I from Baltimore but formerly several million dollats. definite tests to show whether a (;<: 0< 0 0 : ,_ ,
Dr. Von Raid the tree had attained Phila particular case!" of salt sick is due <
] HtPd In New York and In addition to Broward, complete -
twice the size! of the average delphia. I, reports of damages were received to cobalt deficiency or to iron
papaya in the name! period I He said he took up gardeningafter from SL Lucie, Martin. In- I and copper deficiency or both.
of time and was bearing his retirement and soon de- dian River. Brevard, Okeechobee, "It ii Is recommended' that the
three times' as many melons. jveloped I an interest in papayas!', Orange. Highlands, Marion, Polk. regular' ; iron and copper mixture TheYe .r'.s Big Truck NeMl
Besides Its rapid growth and not only because of the tropical Putnam. Osceola. Seminole and he supplied" to rattle in r
heavy production, another unusual -, character of the tree but becauseof Glades Counties. No report was protected boxes, of them If :
feature of the tree is thatit a liking for the melons which received frt>m Lake County, a''I the !symptom of alt sick persist .
has put out several branches 'he and his wife eat both as a central Florida area where damage that cobalt he added to themlttnre

midway up the trunk which are vegetable and a fruit was comparatively light. I ," he said. .
themselves beginning to bear, he I He has about 300 papaya trees Only seven counties-Orange.Kt "Cattle under range conditionsthat "
in various stages of growth, Lucie, Polk, Indian River, have developed salt sick
said.Dr.. Von said the tree was about planted around his house.In Brevard Oeceola!' and Seminole- even when given the regular 1
D two feet tall last December when addition to the branching reported on economic benefits: a mixture have recovered when cobalt :
he transplanted itto its present papaya, he has another hybridset figure which Includes estimatesof was!' added as shown by increased
location in a former chicken out last December that has increased productivity of land appetite, gain in eight 1ii.
yard. By February it had gained : produced approximately 150:; melons protected: from flood and drouthby and disappearance of symptoms eep'7Mejp
which Dr. Von and his .**
another foot, but it did not begin i 30 of a flood control program.
to grow phenomenally until ,I wife have picked It also is self- Their figures, '! on benefit : The county agent said field
last Spring, he said. pollenizing.A amounted to more than S25: million work thus far indicates that cat- .
He said the chicken yard location I I third hybrid, !six monthsold and were! roughly equal to tle grazed on Norfolk, Blanton, ; :
and as yet only three feet the damages; In each rase', Bron Leon and Port mouth soils shouldbe .Q-, ?
and citrus fertlli/rr' he
used hare had somethingto I high, has a reddish colored son said."Using. supplied' cobalt. _, ,M,
may trunk and leaf Memo, but whatit these seven counties as "For advanced cases! ," he
do with the but that
growth o
will develop in the way of a :yardstick, we can assume that ,said "dissolve 10 grams; of cobalt -
fruit awaits full growth.Dr. ; economic benefits in all 19 coun- chloride or cobalt sulfatein
ANNOUNCINGCRYSTALS Von is also experimenting ties involved will at least equal one gallon of water and
I with vegetables and plans!' to try the amount of direct and indirect give mature animals six ouncesas
for all shape growing blueberries In his gar- flood losses-$100 million," he ex a drench once weekly for
WATCHES den at the present time are strawberries plained. three or four weeks.'
.I KXPKRT 1 HOUR WATCH SERVICE REPAIRING !', tomatoes!' {carrots beets Material was gathered by the "For prevention, add one i
and onions. the Summerhe of cobalt chloride or cobalt u
Rl flOlf'Q JEWELRY During Flood Control Committee for use!' pound
DLUUIV O IS W. Church SL harvested!' seven bunches from by Army engineers who are now sulphate to each ton of the
banana plants!'! on his grounds. 'preparing an overall flood con regular salt !sick' mixture 100
-- trol program to be submitted to pounds of salt 25 pounds of red
----- -- I
ir.:. : Congress next Spring. oxide of iron and one pound of
enn --l Following are the flood loss! figures powdered copper sulphate.He .
yon nper1N said a good to add cobalt
11 h by counties with economic way
\ el100se Nn benefits given in parentheses evenly is to dissolve it in
\1N Ny when available: water and spray' it over the salt
the nlode Brevard $3.392,725:) (12.350.- sick mixture. In this way the
t, 0(0)]; Broward $16.477.350; animals taking; it will secure a ,
uniform amount toT
Glades! $2,801,121; Hendry -
1 *711.100; Highlands $1,450.000; () ;
Indian River $5.453.110 |$5- Physical Examinations I
'00,000)): Marion $434,000; Mar- I
tin $5,438.830; Okeechobee Emphasized by Club I
{ 4.000.000: Orange $1.061.100 [Scec-a! to Tne Sunday S ntlne'-StarJ]
>!tY f$1.083.4451: Osceola 2580.000 GAINESVILLE A physical
!1.250.0001]: Polk $r ).5AA examination at least once a yearis >> {, 'l TWO OR
454.4341| ; Putnam $2.0F2.3R7: one of the important points in o
St Lucie $7,417.296 (1111,073-: the Alachua County home dem-

fx $2-5o-o00)-Experimental): I onstration program for rural FOURWHEELDRIVEMODELS 1
] women, according to Mrs. Jose- ?J .

r :; I phine McSwine, home agent t.f '
a i,z Clover Farm families are also being urged '
to have their milk cows tested -T:
Plantings Under Way for Bang's disease and tuberculosis. ,?h 4, '0, .-.J

(SDec'ol' to The Sunday Ssntnp'-Start' -
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4 f made cooperation recently In Charlotte with the Range County ; Planting of Corms Willys-Overland 1 Makes Truck History with Two Great Lines

Cattle Experiment Station according Special[ to Th. Sunday Sn+ -el-Stor"' ]
to County Agent N. H. FORT MYERS Planting of
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McQueen._ ____ I gladiolus corms by Lee County 'Jeep' Designed Economy Long
growers was begun in October
u""r.SPECIALMI.UK"'A and will continue until mid-Jan-
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Rollins Names I THE GALLUP POLLRightists 1\'\ Shop %TTV' Mcmday

I Gaining Strength'I'II .

-- AdviserAppointment I
Annuity GEORGE GALLUP try, Denmark, a general election
!Dir Amer on Institute Public Opinion] I held Oct. 27 showed a six percentage 31 \Y. CHURCH ORLANDO FLAB

of Eli I. Day former I PRINCETON. N J. In the point drop in Communist
,:party strength as compared to
director of the struggle between the
advertising diplomatic
the last election in 1945.
[Wall Street Journal, as special r-z United States and Russia there is..i In the French municipal elec :i

consultant; Annuity Department increasing evidence that conserv-'I i tions which precipitated a strike I a
I of Rollins College yesterday was ative forces throughout the ,crisis ending in a setback for the I
announced by Pres. Hamilton world are gaining strength. French Communists, there was a
Holt. World opinion judging by recent ,marked gain of conservative fore 'I i MONDAYIVE! SOT A MANUFACTURERS
es. The new de -Gaulle party
elections five countries is
| Day, who recently became a in polled nearly 40 cent of the
toward : L
toward the right, not
permanent resident of Altamonte the lefLAlthough |vote. picking up votes at the expense f SURPLUS OF FINE DRESSER
to Rollins after in of all other parties The
Springs, comes! leftist parties
19 years with the Wall Street" a many nations have been excoriating ,500.000 Communist to 400000.vote dropped The outcomeof from 5. SETS! (AND WHAT PRICES!)
the Marshall Plan and condemning -
Journal lIe previously had l been '
American "im- the election has been widely
associated with Tamblyn and interpreted as a rallying of conservative -
penahsm" elections in I I 1Ijrrj1'irjJItt
Brown, New York City public relations ELI I. DAY Denmark and Finland during the forces which were formerly d V 100DELUXESETS
organization. past few weeks show right.wing I divided
. named annuity consultant. I
I of Rollins While elections in Britain and
was Annuity developed Department by Dr. Ervin T. I sentiment gaining. ''in. Australia showed no reflection FOR WOMEN AND GIRLS! AJ
0 To the extent that the United of i
Brown, treasurer, and approved curing Mr. Day as his long experience I opinion concerning
the Board of Trustees in May, inestimable States represents. a symbol' of American-Russian relations they
by will be of *
1942. Since then annuity gifts conservatism in the eyes of I did indicate some shift of sentiment f)& FLANNELETTE c'
value to the Rollins financial I
other nation, American policyin
toward the
have been right
received aggregating by the$400,000 college. office," Dr. Holt said. I Europe as reflected by the I England had four by-elections '
RolHnu In fortunate In lilt'- "Annuity gifts are particularly Marshall Plan seems' to be 'for parliamentary seats between \' ? ( t1. '
attractive to friends of Rollins making headway.The 'Nov 2fi and Dec. 5. While the $ GOWNS
I Labor Party retained its seats it
INGRAM & INGRAM who wish to make a generous .flect opinion most recent on the election American-to re- 'suffered losses in terms of popular _

OPTOMETRISTS contribution during their lifetime ,Russian struggle was that in Fin- votes. The Conservative party
yet who must retain an income land held on Dec. 4-5, The latest enjoyed gains that were substantial I 0 NO EXTRA 1 '
.MCMMT .. MEAD'S I as long as they live, after count shows the Finnish Com- in some districts CHARGE FOR il
KlfkU, Snday. Holiday S3M1M which the gift passes automati-- munist party losing some 300 offices The Labor Party losses ranged
N. Otaac AT. ,...... S3U cally into the permanent assetsof in rural districts and cities.In from approximately one per centto SIZES 19 & 20 ,
Scandinavian !six': per cent in the four districts -
the college Dr Holt said. another coun-
Conservatives gained from
E y
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gain coming from the Liberal QUALITYINEW ,
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ASSORTED COI.ORS98c I wa held Victoria on XoR.,
which resulted,. in a loss,. of 16 IDEAL FOR
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