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Title: Orlando morning sentinel
Alternate title: Orlando Sunday sentinel
New year sentinel=star
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Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 60 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W.M. Glenn
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: December 17, 1947
Publication Date: 1918-1953
Frequency: daily[<1926>-1953]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division, and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 6, no. 94 (June 1, 1918)-v. 64, no. 32 (July 27, 1953).
General Note: "Inland Florida's greatest newspaper."
General Note: "Independent Democratic." Cf. Ayer, 1946.
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 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Morning sentinel
Succeeded by: Orlando sentinel (Orlando, Fla. : 1953)

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New I York. Sti by DEMOCRATS Pegs slim i 6.InOFIII.HOLD The Gallup Pollweals.



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


VOL. XXIII-NO. 31249 For Advertising Want Ads Can 41U ORLANDO. FLORIDA. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 17. 1947 For Editorial, General tormaUon. Call -1U1 TWENTY PAGES

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I WORKING FOR ORLANDO . i

Santy FundDonations 'Glades Park Broad Civic Improvements



Shrine Children'sHospital .



Lag Sought HereRoy Gift Upheld By Mapped For Bond Ballot Here




As Yule Nears Ellis president of the Orlando Shrine Club, was High Court .f

delegated yesterday to appoint a committee to work for a

...N G Br TOM BYNUM JR. proposed $g. million Shrine Crippled Children's Hospital :, TALLAHASSEE [UP] The Welcome Home! 1$3,480,000$ Dean

w'J .fOrtanck) Morning Sentinel Staff Writer] I
Florida. State
; for j Supreme Court yesterday -\ I

With only eight days remaining The committee will seek its location in Orlando. : ruled constitutional the
i iI
before Christmas, I The nearest Crippled Chil-. State gift of $2 million to the I Plan Studied For

the American Legion-Senti- I dren's Hospital sponsored by the iII I Federal Government t
to speed !
nel-Star's Shrine is in Greenville, S. C., to Newsprint Price I -
Santy Fund yester- j which Shriners establishment of Everglades National '
toys brought by .
day stood far from the level I to yesterday's luncheon meetingwill Boosted $6 Ton Park. I Polls In March

necessary to achieve its aim of be sent for Christmas. I 'I
r By The A5o-ioted; < Press! It was the third straight defeat
making possible a happy Yule- D. I*. Hostetler, representing! Newsprint prices were on the issue for Atty. Gen.J. .
tide for needy Orange County the Florida State Merchants By CHARLES _M... MEISTERCcr I
advanced $6 a ton yesterdayby Tom Watson ; Vc_ Se : ferj
and families.An r-g s ; <
youngsters j, Assn.! was guest speaker and leading Canadian mills to who announcedhe
appeal for more contribu- pointed out to Shriners that a bring the overall cost to pub- will appeal to Orlando freeholders soon
tions was made as the dollar State sales' tax is an "upside- will have
lishers to $96 in New York. the l". S. Supreme opportune\ rote
donations totaled only $191.09 down income tax." The Powell River Co. Ltd. Court. '
after two days of the campaignfor Such a tax. Hosteller said, is a and the Great Lakes Paper > The State tri # / a broad program of perma.

funds which will mean toys ,burden carried by the low-income Company, of Vancouver and bunal's decision : Qy1Mr : nent improvements i' ty
for the some 1,900 less fortunate 'groupas 60 per cent of consumer )
j Ft. William,, said increased was unanimous Council and the Planning and
children in the and I ' '
county necessities goods are bought by people production costs were re- and unequivocal."It Commission indicated
for the more indigent of whose annual income is $2,000 or j is perfectly Zoning
the 600 families on the County less. I, sponsible. # yesterday after discus.g! letters
Abitibi Sales Co. Ltd and obvious that for '
from J. H. Dean meie> of
Welfare Dept. rolls. I Albert A. Henry, Shrine member the International Paper Company all time to come the latter.
The slow pace at which contributions is scheduled to present a I '
previously had made Florida. in particular estimates read n\ ("
Rough : ity
were being! made Christmas at next !
message similar announcements. will z '
reap \ A. B. Herndon $,i 453
prompted the fear that unless i week's meeting. i I i m m e aibc.neflts surable \ Ii7 Eng. J gave; ,-
000 tentative
there is an acceleration Dec. i j from as a -

25 would have a hollow meanIng total hut
'dam! this park, the
in many homes hereabouts. ''HouseDemosFight GOP Avoids decisionaul figures may h?>

Leading the way in the first The revised at a special -
opinion was written by
stage of the Santy Fund drive meeting to
Justice Alto
Adams who said
have been not only cash contributions For Full Grain Trade that while the State did go about be called on a

made by both individuals its legal right of parkestablishment date agreedupon
1'\ and firms, but donations of 400 in ( ( bv (Herndon -
Aid BillVASIHNGTON Name an indirect way-by
gallons of fuel oil, 200 boxes of Foreign CallingWASHINGTON turning the funds over to the 9 anri William,

fruit, 50 pounds of candy, and .1. Mullin. chairman
-
\ f fAP House Federal
] (UPI] Republican Government-"the priv-
announcement of plans to treat Democrats launched an 11th hour members of the Senate ilege to enjoy the benefits will : of the Commission -
children at the Parental Hometo appropriations fr at
fight yesterday to restore $88 inure to the entire public.
a Christmas dinner as well as million slashed by the House Appropriations committee last night which it wil recommend -

present them with gifts. Committee from the sidestepped a challenge from He found nothing in the a proDean
An initial-day offer of 100 gal. Constitution to the
emergency foreign aid program. Sec. of Agriculture Anderson to keep Legislature gram to the Council.
Ions of fuel oil by the Orlando assailed from passing the appropriation -
Rep. Cannon |tD-Mo.J|
push resolu Council and Commission
through Congress a
Fuel Oil Co. was supplemented bill or to justifyan
the Committee's scissoring of the members
yesterday by the proffering of $597 million as "pica- tion authorizing publication of injunction against the trans agreed in principalwith
program
the of traders in action. proposals for a bond issue
100 gallons each by Woods Fuel names big-time
yunish, cheeseparing economy.
contained in
two letters
Oil Co., Crum's Fuel Oil Service | the commodity markets. "This attack is directed .
Mahon at
i I Rep. [ID-Tex.I], declaringthat one 1 from Dean, as did represents
and Callaway Oil Co. Anderson told the committeeby link in
"you cannot ignore Europe a long official chain of tires of interested
The Orlando Lodge 1043 letter that it would be illegalfor groups prrs-
and look after the best interestsof events devoted to the purpose ent.i .
B'Xal B'rith has agreed to fur- the U. S. at the same time," him to publish the names of creating the 28th national I

nish funds necessary to pro- demanded: without specific Congressional park," the opinion said. i Text of Dean's first letter follows -

Tide Parental Home children "Does anyone think Gen. Marshall sanction, and he implied that if "Whatever this court thinksof -- : :

with toys. The organizationalso I! would be so concerned they were published they might the legislative wisdom in Iy I I I "To provide for the current

will treat the youngstersto ; unless; he had in mind the miliI contain Congressional names. creating the park is immaterial and indicated future needs of the

a Christmas tree and Christmas I . The wisdom and City. and for the welfare of its
tary security and the national Chm. Bridges [U-X. ILl
Day dinner at Southland this ?" policy must rest with the 1 present and expected citizens
| defense of country called a hurried conference of | legis- -- --- .
Restaurant, Barney Cohen, ; Besides reducing the total sumi COP members of his committee lath branch. . r i "I ;'certain permanent extensions
chairman of the committee asked Pres. Truman and Sec. "This court cannot that and improvements are considered -
i by and said afterward "that we say
making arrangements, an- of State Marshall to help France, intend to get; all the names in the general welfare of the State Early Big Three Guernsey Expected 1 j Citrus ShippingHoliday essential.

nounced yesterday Italy and Austria through the'; some manner." will not be served."It i' "Reference is made to such
In addition to Cohen, other Winter the Appropriations Comi is a legislative prerogative To Explain World : items as : Additional fire depart:::; *'

committee members are Irving i mittee proposed that China-in- j There were indications the to determine that . ment stations: recreation far-lit

Lipton, lodge president; Ansel eluded in'the program at House committee might serve a sub- hut it is perfectly obvious that Action IndicatedLONDON Plan Here TodayS. Okayed ties; playgrounds; public parks;

"Wittenstein. Stanley Becker and insistence-be dealt out. I Ii Ij poena on Anderson to try and for all time to come Florida, widening, repaving and exten-
the confidential list of Kendrick Guernsey. Jacksonville sion of
Fred Salkowitz.The get major in certain thoroughfares, a
j Elsewhere in Congress: particular, will reap immeasurable '
candy was presented by The Senate gave unanimous market operators. benefits from this : rAP] Proposals for president of Rotary By MORRISON C. MERIAM city building: extension of eaniI .

Teeka Products, Inc. j'consent to the consideration to- Anderson told Bridges; that he park.. an early meeting the Amer International. is expected to- ,?: .'- -- 'C'-- "9 Se ?* S'off Wr,'e/1 1 I: tary and storm sewers and otherr

Co-operating with the Orlando i day of a modified anti-inflation considered himself prohibited by The big park-the nation's ican. British and French foreign day to detail the ambitious LAKELAND A seven-da improvements! pertaining to the

Memorial Post 19 and Marion I I bill introduced by Sen. Taft law from divulging such data. 28th-was dedicated Dec. 6 with ministers to discuss their future program for advancement of shipping:: holiday between Christ- general welfare.

, Clark Phillips Post 227, American ; (R-OhioJ.) but that this barrier could be President Truman and other policies in Germany gained support world understanding he has mas and New Year's Day to al- "To provide for the payment of

Legion, and the Sentinel- j The Senate then confirmed, bya removed if Congress would passa State and Federal officials in at- today [Wednesday], French I I outlined for tho year when headdresses I low Northern markets to dispose such permanent improvements

Star In the Santy Fund are the voice vote, Pres. Truman's nomination joint resolution requesting it. tendance. Its creation had been sources reported. Ceirl! Florida Rotarians of accumulated fruit was; out of current tax revenue would

Negro Chamber of Commerceand I| of three men to new Na- However, he hinted that some sought for many years by Flori- This word coincided with a at an ..ter-city lunch- voted here yesterday by the t be a hardship on present property -

the Negro American Legion. !: tional Labor Relations Board po Congressional names might be dians. meeting between French Foreign; eon at the Orlando Country Florida Citrus :Marketing Agreement owners. and as the contemplat-

The toys and other items are to sitions. They are: Abe Murdock > involved.He Min. Bidault and U. S. Sec. of Club. committees.The 1:ed expenditures are for the future .

be distributed by the Welfare former Utah Democratic Senator, said he had consulted Pres. State Marshall at a dinner last Rotarians from Apopka. Eus- committees-Growers Ad. welfare of the residents of

Dept. throughout the county,, 1.1. Copeland Gray, of New York, ,, Truman and was "confident the Charge Reduced - --- tis. Winter Park. Sanford Win- ministcative., and Shippers Advisory Orlando, it is believed the most

white and Negro families bene-.1[board members and Robert N. j Chief Executive would approvethe Reds To Spur Propaganda \ ter Garden and Leesburg will -recommended to Sec. oi- i' equitable, fair and least burdensome -

fitting alike. Legion Auxiliary ; Denham, general counsel for the j resolution in order to "stop Against Satira join Orlando Rotarians in their Agriculture Anderson that ship- method of securing funds
members are to aid in prepar. | loose talk about insiders profit- LAKE SIT"ESSPI Tins- ments be halted between 12:01: for payment of said necessarv tm-
j II.-\ .
,1agency. "AX.t"PJ[ The murder meeting today which has been
sia will her
ing the gifts; for distribution. ing by knowledge of Govern- step! up propaganda a.m.. Dec. 25. and 12:01: a.m., Jan.
Contributions may be! made I ment purchasing plans." charge against exotic Patricia through the United Nations designated Ken Guernsey Day. 1. Anderson normally followsthe i [Continued on Page; 2, 'ol. 11]
Schmidt, the Satira of Chicago former Orlandoan "
at the Sentinel-Star's classified but will not change policies Guernsey,
Inside'LAS
I recommendations
I 'Sorry With ridJ1f'snrf'; GOP night spots was reduced to homicide here because of the foreign; and charter member of the committees' :
want-ad counter and to Adjutant Cold
in
Cedric Benz at the Legion ANIMAS, Colo. [API Senators Ferguson [lIch], yesterday in the yacht slay- ministers break in London, local Rotary Club, has just returned issuing marketing agree:1 SpreadingIn

Home. Jimmy Melton, 12, said yes- rooks [1111.1] and Know land ing of her married lover, John key delegates predicted yester- .' from a 40.000-mile airplane ment orders.I'nder North WestBy

cash contributions- terday he was "sorry inside"about (Cal.). Lester Mee. day. i I tour of Rotary Clubs in the marketing! agreement : ,

reported Yesterdays were: the slaying of his sister Bridges had demanded the list As the trial of the lovely Australia. Hawaii, Hong Kong, Anderson' i I.. empoweredto ( The Assooa'ea' r-- '

M.. and Mr*. Bob Caton _______ $10 Phyllis Marie, 16, whomhe from Anderson at the upshot of dancer neared its end. Public night given at the French Embassy :New' Zealand. Singapore, Siam embargo shipments for as A mass of moderately cold air
..... __ ____
Laura K. W. uu 5 Prosecutor Jose F. Carretero ask- long as 11 days between Dec.
has admitted
Ella $. wnittiwly ___nO_______ 10 killing be- charges by GOP President Can- by Bidault for topranking and the Philippines. I 1 from central Canada overspread
ed that the murder be 20 and Jan 20.
charge II|
.... ____ 5 cause "she always -
TII'' Motor Court -- nn_ was nagging didate Harold E. Stassen that ad- members of the American I | the Midwest yesterday and
__
5
Al Martk dropped, but demanded a maxi--
first in whicha
; me. However, he mani-- Last the l
year
.. .ILoqion ministration 'insiders"-and he delegation.;
Iron Hoofing C. i
Southern Stalm ,, caused a fall of snow in Indiana!
__ __ J4.0 fested little emotion the mum sentence of 26 years for holiday was declared, shippin,
Anonymous' Coning" Fan _.._.._unu__..____ 5 over named Edwin "'. Pauley. special homicide. Informants said Bidault .and Land Warfare and Michigan ranging up to Jix
__ shooting.The I Holy was stopped for a 10-day period,
Mrs. J. C. Slawson __nn__ 5 assistant to Army Sec. KennethC. 1 Marshall began informal 'exploratory" inches.
Miss Gsoroiana; Thoilor _______nn 10 girl was shot five Dec. 23 to Jan. 1, in a move toContinued ;
________ Royall-were gambling in the talks on merging
Mrs. W. ft. Lynk' I Wife of Spreckels I Continued cold was I fi't-ecz-.t
Anonymous' __dn__d_________ 2 times as she sat wrapping commodities markets. Western Germany into a single Claims Five More
-
Col. 61] for the Great Lakes trjt
Anonymous' ________ 5 I i ( on Pagi area
W. D. Cats _-__nn_n_______ 10 Christmas presents close! by II House Republican leaders Collapses on Stand zone of occupation. JERUSALEM [AP] Camelriding temperatures were rising -:.gt.
Ca.... Duncan --________ 2 a tinsel-hung evergreen. meanwhile agreed to dual : Secy. Marshall is expected to Arab and Jewish set- Nine SavedAs
Mrs. N. M. ck.rftack.r _________ I press PASADENA [IAPI] Lou DellSpreckels police Seven Die, ly in the northern Rorkirind
Mrs. Cora A. Rises' _un______ 25R..orted investigations into commodity collapsed on the stand report to Pres. Truman and by tlement enforcement officers central Montana. Snow t ..incafell
Monday _uu_____ 4.5J radio to the entire nation Fridayon Fishing Boat Sinks
speculations and black market yesterday while telling a jury the clashed in three furious battlesin in the eastern lakr '-rgrm

Totals. _(191.01*i [ Sicilian Labor Body : operations. 'story of a fight that led to the collapse of the Big Four the Holy Land's southern desert MANASQUAN INLET, N. J.: northern Ohio and we.-'' n. v--w
"' --- -- -- conference, it was announced.It and four Jews and |APJ) Seven persons were lost
of
Calls General Strike charges assault and battery : yesterday : York. Middle and South Af'amic
B-29 Crashes, Burns; Actor McLaglcn Divorced against her husband, John D. : was understood that a meeting an Arab were reported killed in in the gale-swept Atlantic yester States experienced cle.ra) and
ROME (API The Provincial of the American British and day as the fishing boat Para.
j
12 Believed Killed Spreckels II, sugar fortune heir. the heavy fighting. colder weather far ..
Chamber of Labor at Catania, FRESNO, Cal. [lAP] Mrs. Suzanne Mrs. Spreckels charges her husband French ministers had been ten Civilians of both factions, in- mount V capsized 500 yards from as nm u>

TUCSON. Ariz. (IAPJ) At least Sicily, declared a general strike McLaglen was granted a hit her with a poker in tatively suggested for next Jan. cluding Arab desert tribesmen shore. Nine survivors were res northern Florida. ,

12: men were believed killed last effective at midnight in a demand divorce decree yesterday from their Arcadia home last Septem- 15 Washington. Bidault was also engaged in the battles which cued. The known dead: J. Simo

night when a Davis Monthan for unemployment relief. Victor McLaglen, film actor. ber. reported anxious to consult his centered about the Jewish set- flair 48. of East Orange: James;;- Russians Reported

Field B-29 Superfortress crashed Government before giving any Revivim Wells 50 Pennsauken and Richard -
Halutza
tlements of ,
burned takeoff.
and during I Aidina Chinese Reds
definite answer. and Beth EsheL Anderson, 61, of Montclair.
Twenty men were aboard the State Rests CaseIn 1
WU Strike Is Failureem
Parley HONG KONG [UP] The ipr s-
believed
plane but eight were to
Butcher Murder War Assets Officials paper Wahkiu Yat Pan reported:
have escaped..- ---- : PHILADELPHIA [fl"P] Government ' Union telegraph employes CLEARWATER [lAP] The I r- The Weather For Central Florida I yesterday that Russia had agreed

efforts to head off a broke up in complete disagreement State Resign After Blast to furnish military and e< onomic
Knutson May Offer yesterday rested;; its case;:; URl.XOOXD VICINITY TODAY'S TIDES
threatened strike of 50M00Vest- last night and union leaders against John G. Westly, 63. \LSHIXGTOCPI: [ ] Two of ) D""t..na Coach and Now 5"'II'.n" Beach aid, including the tro:rn,':.g and

Another Tax Cut Bill i --- --- ;;: announced the strike definitely charged with the butcher murder three War Assets Administration -Fair, continued rather cool Tides Low 4.20: High am 10 tnd 511 508 a m pm and 1121 pm. equipping of 11 army divisions,

WASHINGTON ]IAPI] Chm. I OVERNIGHT AND ; would be called next Tuesday of his; wife. Y\onne. after an officials John Carey. and today, partly cloudy; slightly 11 Cocoa 31 pmLo430m Beach:. Tide; Huh and 11 M 9 13 I m p m.and to the Chinese Commi zr. ., ;? to

Knutson [R-Minn.] of the House DAYTIME DELIVERY unless the company makesa FBI serologist. Roy :McDanicl. Herschel Benedict who were warmer tomorrow. Sebastian, Inlet T.des: High 11:01 8 m hasten formation of the New:

Ways and Means Committee will I When you order merchandise suitable settlement offer.A testified to finding human bloodstains blasted by a House subcommittee and 11.26 P m. Low 4.25 I m. and 5.13 Republic of China."

introduce another income tax reduction I from Orlando six-hour conf ence. calledat on men's garments from last week have resigned. it was pm Sun Phate RUTS '.10. seil 532. ,

bill. probably tomorrow, stores, specify quick, the request of the Federal the poultr 'man's St. Petersburghome. disclosed yesterday and Subcom- Cracker Jim Sez i I LOCAL TEMPERATURES Again . It's Cool!
Speaker Martin [R- lass.J) said safe delivery by Sentinel- Conciliation Service. ended with mittee Chm. Ross Rizley [111- : Maximum 70; Minimum 54
I AFL union representatives flatly 1 tm. ____on 70 1 pm. n___-_ 67 LAKELAND f JAP] Clear to
yesterday.R. Star Express the Jack Okla.] said his digging into the Hit's a shore fact that Winteris 2 am _unu 68 2 pm. _u____ 67
refusing a company offer of a 3am. 68 3 pm. _____..e7 partly cloudy and cooler weatheris
Rabbit Line that leaves Absconding Captain agency's activities is "just get almost here cause me an Jed nnu
_
__ _
____
4 in. 68 4 p.m. 68
Hudson Burr DiesTALLAHASSEE daily on schedule for 41 single SI million bonus payment ting started." Third official. Brig. Prod was down back of Billy I j Sans--------S n 67 5 pm. ____n On 67 forecast for this mornrig by

: (AP] R Hud- Central Florida towns : AV. Ij. Allen international Gives Up in New York Gen. James A. Molhson. is leaving Wheeny's placejestiddy I I 7am.6sm--------______ 67 n' 7pm.6pm. _n____ 61 65 the Fedferal-State Frost \\ srrung

a. son Burr Florida Railroad Commission . Merchants telephone pi-evident of the Commercial RICHMOND.. [API] Capt. his post to return to Army : ; a trampin 8 am. _______ 66 8 P in--------nn 59 Service. No frost danger 13 ex

- chairman from 1907 to I 6291 for Agent to call for I telegraph' Union said the offer Edward P. Kelly. 40. who vanished :: duty.1947'Oecemberl94l. round an we didn'thave 10. am.a m. nnn______ 610 65. 9pin--------pm. nn_ *n 8 pected through Fridav

1927 died here yesterday. merchandise. which union officials said from Camp. Lee two weeks no red bug; 11 S in-----___ 67 11 pm unu 57
__ _
Noon 66 Midmtht 56
would amount to about !S-O for ago with paychecks of :37 fellow atall last nite. Jed nU un

each employe, "added insultto officers has:: surrendered to mili : he didn't put no TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE 7 SHOPPING DAYS LEFT
CharterWIRE Hign Low! Nigh Low
in New
injury. tary police York-just as ..... ''. 71ie 1IIW 'Thu m SJ sulphur in his Ajhfvllle 44 33 Los Angeles 75 43
rf.
: tar ) he wrote his wife he intended 44 39
to AUams r Louisville 34 21
\ ,c/f" ljNr .., < "Western Union consistentlyhas do. He is held for military author- '! 17 18 19 20I shoes an I plumb _ _ All tic CUT 51 31 I Memphis 39 27
'LWUIE t- E-XpEE= trailed behind in wages and forgot all about it, Birmingham 47 38 i Meridian 50 34 1
ities! at Lee. Boston 60 37 Miami 82 72
Camp j jTonight's
Service A1rHN' en_, uta_ _ado" LlII'_ this offer is simply impossibleto 21823 24S26 27 and when you can go there with- Charlotte 57 33 MlDD-1St Ps'l 175 I
fUe believe," Allen said. 1I | outen none of them varmints Chsfsnoois 44 38 > New Orleans 55 43
I"D Movies I Chicaco 28 15. New\ York 49 39
28293031 a bitin you it's a shore sign that Cincinnati :31 24 Norfolk 56 49
:i BEACHAM Dark Passage I'll
: : 3:17.: I
I .
26 68 54
Cleveland 34 I Ocala
I 523. '721. 935. the hot weather is over withan
e Dallas 51 30 Philadelphia 49 35Denver
Bring Your Contributionsfor ROXYDark Passage 1:11. 3 17, 5.23
: :
cool in Jed
721. 9 35.GRAND. a spell is a sett in 39 15. Phoenix 65 30
the Dark Delusion: 1:00.: 3 10. 5 20. 1948a.nuctrv1948 says he shore is apt to go duck Detroit 31 26 Pituburth 35 56 38 30
El Paso 56 26 Richmond
HOWEYCR1 7 :30. 940.VOGUE
WIREPHONE35
AMERICAN LEGIONSENTINELSTARSANTY huntin rite soon now that them Port Worth 52 32 St. Louis 39 18 !
: Wild Harvest: 2 00. 400. Sw._ ,. 10W on.. '" Galveston 54 41 San Antonio 6O 31 I
6 OO 800. 1000.
skeesters aint chawin a body '
up 42'
FFI NHQy \ TOY FUND 7-55.RIALTOThree 10 45 also Wile On a Wanted Ticket: :: l.OO.210. 5 3.50.OO. 1m2 3 none. Hit hadn't oughter rain Jacksonville Houston 61 57 51 36 I Savannah S. Francisco 61 53 49
}' 6.40. 9 30COLONY Kansas City 41 19 Seattle 50 39
to the none bad today an them 61
pan- 64
Key West 84 74. Tampa
I : Copacsbana: 3 15. 6 10. 9 00
...; (1tuTq4. \H;is/ : j Sentinel-Star Classified Counter or Legion Bldg. 81O 10 35.The News Hounds: 2 00. 4.50. '.40. 4567891O fish are sartin to keep on bitin Uttlo Knozvllle Bock 39 42 S8 II'| Viciuburc washiauom 50 f 1 27 35Duluth
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DRIVX-IU: Elias Bkies: fI 45. 10.00. 1 for a spelL > 91 Porti' SEa tl 30


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2 (Hanbo fHornhta Sentlntl Telephones: 4161 or 3-1681 Wednesday, December 17, 1947 ., ",, Mail Carrying
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Bond Issue Studiedof Bankers Offer , f v Bids Are Sought '
$$3,480,000 y x va I The Post Office Departmenthas

announced that proposalswill
s.
[Continued' from Page 11] business to the merchantsand be received for carrying
professions of the city." School TalksIn
. provements would be by a gen. malls of the United States upon
: ftral improvement bond issue." I In opening the discussion, Mayor star routes in Florida and six

In his second letter Dean said: Beardall said that Orlando's a letter to all high school other Southern States until 5:15:
bonds have top rating, that a pub-
"A survey' of necessary! public principals in the State the Florida p.m., Feb. 26 1948.
'lic improvement program must The bids he submitted to
Improvements to be made', Bankers' Assn. has announced must
be financed over a period of time, Postmaster
office of the Second Asst.
'and a reliable' and responsible' that a Speakers' Bureau hasbeen
and that of businessmen and will be
of each' im- help General. Awards
estimate' of the cost set up to conduct talks be-
provement' Is to be submitted' the Chamber of Commerce in fore junior and senior high for July 1. 1048 through June 30.
the to freeholders 1 19)2' and all
In order' to arrive at the' total selling program schools. Proposal forms
r
bonds to would be welcomed R P necessary information will be
of
amount necessary I When question was raised as Organization; of this serviceis b furnished upon application to the
be issued. to whether March 9, mentioned under the direction of J. local postmaster or to the Second

"The annual service on 30()-year I a* tentative date for the bond Carlisle Rogers! vice president! N >5S Asst. Postmaster!'> General, Washington

.bonds, based on an interest rate election, would be too early, Burton First National Bank Leesbnrg' 2S; D C."THE.
:, 'of 24 per cent, and includingan I A. Thornall, president of chairman of the Public Relations L eJI _
; adequate sinking fund for retirement Committee of the' Florida
the Junior Chamber of Commerce '
would amount to $49- I pledged efforts of its 1,700 Bankers \ssn. I e. x =

; 384 per $1 million. [Mullin noted 'members in getting out the vote. "There has been such a requestfor I BEST 1

that of this $27,500 would be for I' Rep. Tyn Cobb Jr. spoke of bankers to speak before various __."" :_...._.".".____F.y _
retirementof W. W. WOLFF
Interest the rest for the need for fire stations, and !1 groups, that it was felt this DET. SGT. J. FRANK GORDON, is presented member of the Orlando Police Departmenta DUCKHUNTING
bonds.I"By ] behalf of . heads Boy Scouts
Virgil R Austin on activity should he placed on an
refunding present out' widening Garland St. between ,- organized:: basis in order to render gold retired police officer's badge by Mayor after almost 29 years in law enforcementwork.
bonds far as could be Left to fight Police Chief GorBaardall
standing as Central Ave. and South St. as a real service to ;you. your : Stone -
possible, making it therefore unnecessary -I I Street widening in general was Wolff Elected teachers and to the :young peoplein upon the retirement of the veteran don Mayor Beardall and Det Chief Rose. *

to use large amountsof estimated to cost between $350- your schools," the letter stat- IN THE WORLD"


retirement tax from income, and the for bond by their using issue current proceeds for I 000 Lancaster West and $500,000 and Park Southwest,,work Orwin on Orlando sewersin Manor, Central Scout ed.The bureau is composed of Det. Sgt. Gordon Retires After 29 YearsBy GUIDES After-1"December't BOATS


,capital improvements instead of and Spring Lake Terrace about -i i -
paying out of current tax income, I': $1.3 million. Council HeadAt talks before high school classesor W. S. [PREACHER) ALLEN in the :Mayor's office attended by :Myers He returned in late 1925. REASONABLE PRICES

it is probable an adequate bond 1 It was said that for sewers the II groups. [City Editor, Orlando Morning Sent,nel[] Police Chief Stone and Detective entered the bakery business but **. **. ..*.
the annual meeting of the
issue can be carried without an city would pay one-third the remainder The subject of these banker After almost 29 :years in law Chief Rose. four years later was back on the
Central Florida Council of the BY RAILOVERNITE
appreciable increase in the pres- being a lien on proper- 'talks will usually consist of the enforcement work. Det. Sgt. J. The badge was authorized by force.
ent millage. And in this way Bov Scouts of America yesterday fundamentals of banking the im- Frank Gordon ;yesterday becamethe .the City Council as a small tokenof Rejoining the in
,ties servedThe in Daytona Beach. \V \V. Wolff, department VIA
wouldbe of banks and other
improvements portance first member of the Orlando appreciation for his
permanent many
swimming: pool and fire of Winter Park, was elected and 1929, Gordon remained' about a
paid for by future beneficiaries -i stations, the latter to serve' installed as president. closely related subjects. Police Department to retire from years of service as a member of year before entering the seed ACL TRAIN 175
as it should be. northeastern' and southern city active duty under the Civil Serv- the police force. business. However In 19.15: he'
"As any issue of bonds has to Other officers elected were ice's Pension plan. Gordon is also the possessorof went hark into police work as "t+ ..t- ..t..
impro"e.mf'nts
park
be authorized by the vote of free- areas,,general; municipal andstorage Paul Raymond, Dajtona Beach, Two Who Fled Gordon's last day as a member a letter of appreciation from a member of the Detective Bureau BY AUTO
garage;
a
holders, a well prepared and in- adminis- nice president!; ; George ', of the Detective Bureauwas the (council expressing regret at his first lote.

tegrated campaign of education tration building building,for an Municipal Mt. Dora, ice-president; M. R. Prison i Monday, the date his retirement the loss of the oldest member of Gordon and his wife live at I 4 HOURS VIA U. S. 17

:will be necessary over a periodof and for thecity Ituckalew, Cocoa, i icepresident j- Army I became' effective', but the department and the illness 1423 Minnesota Ave. They are'I TO SEBRING
an annex
months. I Airport ; M. J. Perret, eland, he' was on sick leave' from the' which forced retirement.lie
,
many
the parents of two children. John FLORIDA 25
building also were AND
prison vice-president Dr. II. T. Clark entered law enforcementwork
; Here work which he had made a
"It is probable' a good; number I mentioned. Orlando commissioner; and II. SoughtTwo career. in 1900! when he became a F. Gordon 3d. and Miss Mary TO CLEWISTON
of new citizens are lost to ': Items finally to be included in Warfield, Orlando, treasurer. Gordon both of Orlando. .
in the
of four military prisonerswho Gordon submitted his requestto deputy Orange County -- *+* %++ *
Orlando due to lack of necessary the broad programs will dependon Also; installed were Dist. Chmn. escaped from the Orlando the Ciy Council several weeks sheriffs office. Upon the deathof er BY AIR

municipal improvements action taken by the Councilon H. A. Gross Winter Park; Earl Air Base stockade Sunday night ago after his physician had or- Sheriff J. A. Kirkwood, he was "
providing for their comfort and recommendations made to it Gray Leesburg; Frank Poffen- were still being sought yester dered retirement because of ill appointed sheriff of Orange TELEX tNE.R5 1 Hour Private Plane

welfare' ', with a consequent loss ''I by:the Planning and Zoning? Commission ,' baugh. St. Cloud: Raymond Day day by military authorities, who health. As of yesterday, he lacked County and.held that post until S M5 Clewiston AirportTie

I II. tona Beach; Bobby Hill, Cocoa; reported two of the escapees had only 15 days of completing his 1"lI.! : 1
I =- and Earl W. Ziebarth, Pierson.To been returned to military con 20! years. Shortly after leaving the count : \\TIIIX HEARING CIHTI, I Down Facilities

PAUL the more than 120 council trol. Gordon, who served nearly ? court house he joined the 80 AND 91 IIIIf
I. officers, district officers and Polkt".throuhout: the' State eight years as sheriff of Orange police department as the first DR. P. D. NAPIER OCTANE GAS
scoutmasters representing the hate been alerted to be on the County was presented with a chief of detectives He remained $11 Cathcart St. Ph. 2.0310
MILLS 149 troops in the council. Scout lookout for Cpl. Melvin T. gold policeman's badge by Mayor with the department until ..*+ ..t+ "WACCOMMODATIONS

,.\\ N.ag tr John Bethea of Orlando extended !SwiRer' I 22, Grand Rapids Beardall in simple ceremonies early 1924. when he left for Ft AT
the appreciation of Boy Mich., and Pvt. Frank WheelMs ----- ---- INSURANCEPIRE SOUTH'S FINEST

.. Scouts for the leadership given Winter Garden. AUTOMOBILE SMALL HOTEL
..;
1 :;:. vex them by the Scouters. Col Early E. W. Duncan. com- West Reich Rebuilding Mapped URGIARY*$U RET Y BO N OS

Scout Howard Gould. of Orlando manding officer. Orlando Air - CLEWISTON INN
7"1'k' conducted the installation of Base. has appointed a board of FRANKFURT. Germany [AP] zones had accepted an Invitationto O'NEILSLEEiCOMPUTE
,
T officers. officers to investigate and de- The principal political leaders of a conference with the British CLEWISTON FLORIDA
Past Pres. Lacy G. Thomas termine circumstances leadingto the British and American zones INSURANCE SERVICE
and American zonal command ClewistoB Chamber of Commtre
I o Grov eland, presented 41 troops the escape. took stock of the breakup of the NOME.450030*METCALF 8LD6
: with Pres. Thomas Awards for Circulars which have been dis- Foreign Ministers Conference ers probably Saturday.Out
their tributed by the office of the Provost of this conference with
s iniT Msing membership by yesterday and agreed in the
Gens. Lucius D. Clay and Sir
oui or more since Sept. 1. Marshal list the two men as"dangerous" basic plan for the creation of a and
Brian Robertson, American
and warn that they Western Germany.
Scout Kxec. Ernest C. lloganIr. : be to resort to British military governors may
ii may expected :Meeting behind closed doors. CAMELLIASAn
,
Orlando reported on council armed resistence. The report without the Communists, the emerge a political organizationfor
activities since June 15 states that one of the escapees the two zones to which the
when he assumed his present when last arrested shot and dangerously Big Four Collapse Foreseen French zone may adhere later.
duties. Hogan pledged!: his cooperation wounded a police officer CAMBRIDGE' Mass. [CPI] At any rate, the Germans expectto Ideal and DifferentCHRISTMAS
.has switched to Calvert See the many attractive "in bringing: more attempting to apprehendhim. Working on "the assumptionthe learn just how far they may
Photo-Greeting Card designs bojs!'; a better brand of scoutingin : go.
Four conference would
Big:
:because Calvert makesa available this year. For the Central Florida Council. All four of the escaped prisoners collapse U. S. officials have Incited to the conferenceare I GIFT

horizontal or vertical nega- Frank Palmer of Eu!'>ti"?. Ru- wore blue denim fatigue been planning; for months to rebuild Dr. Erich Koehler chairman -
> smoother Manhattan. tives. Envelopes to match. pert L. Longstreet, Daytona clothes when they fled. They war-ton:: Frankfurt-Am of the hi-zonal economics

Prompt service,as usuolhere.Brown's Beach and J. S. Pope Orlando, also" wore light khaki field Main as capital of a united (council his aides!'; and the eight from $3.50 to $25.00Spectacular
ol TtO N.Foothffl HiH.Calif.
Rod Beftr17
were awarded Silver Beavers jackets.It Western Germany, a Harvard minister residents of the two I
'CALVES RESERVE Blended whiskey Camera Shop "for outstanding service to boyhood is believed that Swiger who University official said last zones. I I
'' has assumed an alias of Alton I '
-88.8 Proof-65 Grain Neutral Spirits. night.
110 X. Orange Tel.' 4772 The German leaders said they camellias, hardy and easy to care
Calvert Distillers Corp.. New York City Pickett Jr., and Wheelus knownas
: had detailed campaign
"Red" boarded a northboundACL leaders of the Christian Social mapped a
-- - Army Replies To CriticsIn freight train. Anyone hav Union. Social Democrat Liberal designed ganda and to influence combat Soviet in Germanyand propa- for, make an unusual and unique gift that will

Streamlined Styling . Plenty Speedy! Reserve GroupWASHINGTON ing knowledge of whereabouts of Democrats and Centrum parties attract 17000.000 Germansin thrill every home owner . and will last for
these two men have been requested announced the leaders of the two i ii
I the Russian zone away from
[APIaj.] to notify the Provost Communism
J6-Inch'ront.Whee' I Gen. Eddy chief of Army information Marshal, Orlando Air Base, by years.

; protested yesterday that collect wire. Union Park'sSchool
VELOCIPEDE19x95 "irresponsible charges" againstthe i RATSROACHESSTONE FEATURING OVER 100 VARIETIES OF

Armv have been made by of Oil Tankers Sold DEAD QUICK!
ficials of the Reserve Officers' To Use Feed' them RARE AND UNUSUAL CAMELLIAS.

\ $ A!'>sn. He replied to complaintsmade BAT.
by Brig Gen E. A. Evans May Be Recovered to aOACH HOB90S'S"" i MANY VARIETIES NOW IN BLOOM
.
It',a beauty! Strong,tardy executive director of the associa WASHINGTON ["PI] Maritime -.1 I Bottled Water .lu.pb.Amp... ...*
frame with bright baked tion. and others that the ..1' dd mica sod not nijtM. CM tt M4iraetd
Regular =
Com. Raymond S. Me Some 150 children OB UM label ad thn Dour wtB ALL PLANTS GUARANTEED TO BE FIELD
( :<.1/ at Union __ ___. ,.
I bs
enamel finish. Bill-bearing Army i is!: ignoring: the organization : Keough told Congress yesterdaythat a pros u a ted 4t 5dmtala
'
Park School will obtain their ice HOB&O a as.G01'KJ; as
pedals and heavy rubber defense in setting'> up a national he would look into "any ''drinking.. water from five gallon Roars Pa.rra-ass. GROWN SPECIMENS
tlrea. system. 1 conceivable met h o d" u hichmight ,
I jogs today. This temporary expediency
be used to recover some : ARRANGED TO SUIT CUS-
was adopted after the DELIVERIES
i
of the S3 oil tankers being soldto
GREAT SOUTHERN STORES 1 State Board of Health
BLOOD TESTS for Marriageand foreign buyers. yesterday TOMERS CONVENIENCE
692 X. ORANGE A\');. TIIOXE :..1880i Health Cards. "24IJourSen'icf' But he said that even if he is,. labelled the "school. water as ORLANDO'S
"
"contaminated
Clinical' and Research successful the tankers there is will no be guaranteethat used to, Judson n. Walker, !!In pt. of Favorite for EXTRA FINE AZALEAS 60c to 85c

Laboratory relieve the domestic oil short !schools, confirmed a report Irukfast:
108 E Central Avenue. Room 207 that the State Board of Health I
U. S
when sold
to
age they are UncfcHOTEL
Phone 5841 had declared that the well'

- - companies--- -- -- water used in the !school contained Disrser N. L. HASTY Jr.

1 "animal bacteria" and ,

was unfit for human consump ;Mt tJ ad t PHONE 2-2162
tion. DINING ROOM 44 E. COLONIAL DR.

He said that arrangementshad :

i --"FOR YOUR OLD RADIO REGARDLESSOF been made for delivery of 545p4 o..p.-rAeap east Open Daily Including Sundays
distilled water to the school today

SIZE, AGE OR CONDITION! Plans have been made to

set up a chlorination plant
., "'- "-; ;"'-;"'-;"-;"-;"-; ; ;
Walker
emphasized that there "- ; ; ; ; ;
The home of fine Innerspring Mattresses and was no need for fear on the part

W* .have several famous J Matching Box Springs. of parents. He said that the
chlorination plant will be setup

male radios and combinations ,? Drop in today and see QUALITY built into under supervision of a sani-- 3S .

in stock for ChristL I. i tarv eneineer. i'M
these fine sleep inducing products. I "Every precaution will betaken

mas delivery on which we to safeguard the health of
the children." Walker said fir
male you this generow -
S M SvSsi PHaffi'SKfc
trade-in offer. No questions I 1 G e TWO U. "R.' FLIERS KILLED ORLANDO
t a-n FRANKFURT. Germany [UPl}
ailed. 0 Two crewmen of a small {T. S. ert 1JP H ST M

'Air Force transport plane were

.. Some friends are far away from us ,,killed plane crashed:Monday!': 12 night miles when south their of & CHRISTMAS SPECIALS FOR_Wednesday & Thursday _ a


PAY IN SMALL EASY I : And Christmas makes them dearer, :. I Wiesbaden!': fi$.v,: TOBACCO WRAPPED XMAS 25_ CIGARS__ ___ c ChLtm Tampa_- _Nugget Wrapped- ___ 5_ _1_.75AGFA __ M.


WEEKLY PAYMENTS I I. So send them all a Christmas card : WATER SfJS 1 Ib. Prince Sic _CAMERA- ,J 120_ __size 14J4WRISLEY
Albert box of 8 ban We 5FJS
SOAP
1 Ib. Geo.Washington.
JSJSi .
And draw that friendship nearer! I CLOSETS 69c

PROPORTIONATE TRADE-IN I i 1 Ib. Bond CHRISTMAS TREESTAND:9Se:
.
I . e . Street $1.19 -
ALLOWANCES $48 f 1 ]b. Granger sec 75c LUXOR: BODY POWDER A9C
1 :. 1 ]b. Raleigh 89c - - :

I'at"bBATH C f ..d 1 / 1 Ib. Half-Half 85 METAL LUNCHKITStwithme? $2.69

4. cherished friends _
Many sees
remembered only at Christina TUBS ? CIGARETTES 50 XMAS CAROSwfth envelopes' 1.3 9 : ..
on several! I. model o _
For them insist
especially- -
.,! 1II1SJ.radios.' combinations $ on quality Gibson Christmas 4V2 and 5 Ft. ?r Wrapped xmas BALL -POINT- PENS uarant"dJ8c:

and portables. - ,, Cards. Always the FINEST. Complete with Trim *" >81.72 S S '
958EA'rPADSamp"Sonwf'tPrOOf 95
Popular Brands 6. M
$98.50 __ -
This Offer b Good Wkfe OK CWisrnus Xv Tree SCHICK JOHNSON Wi
While They Last RONSON Xmas L Sets'
8! Electric Razor Baby
Stocks Last! letter H 1 1I Cash Terms -.:: ChromIum Lights SId; & $18 I 4Jc.: 98c
.4.4 or Cigarette -
I _
Elec. / b. An Metal
FLORIDA'S LARGEST RADIO AND( APPLIANCE+ STORES Lighters!; $J.7i Gen. /j '" 11x11 GILLETTE BABY .
i i: LIBBYFREEMAN k: S5..-><) $6.00 S bulbs '2 98 r 0 ; R.1ZOR SCALES' .

_S7.0O_ &. S7-50' bur. ld ... Set $l 5,0 Sd.9i: ,,:
I & tE)2, !.
I I SB "
Individuillr-+ s.o.93 -
!s&
_
ROB SOB /
I J Wnite. Enamel
.uWWJJlr' I : -

11., I r:: CombinauonCisarttte Case 1.00 Xoma ...... Y- / GEM Baby Bottleand ...
SterilizersIlntuals '
!i I 711 W. Church St. TeL 9869LEESBt.'RG Lichter J11.9S Bubble $239 ) Razor Sets I
I r I sAsk : 1": Lights ... .'-f--- t $1'1 S3.95
EaBnsedSOe
Junnysidt *. Hicbwiy 4 '
foe quality Gibson Christmas Cards at finer stores = TeL IK Bed J'oiIf.J'oiIf.J'oiIf.J4r.ji't.J4r.W'.J4r.J'oiIf.Iiif'-r.W: : : : I lr.J'oiIf.J'oiIf.J4r.I: : lr.J IfoIiif'oJiif'oJiif'oiIWPane
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Sentinel-Star OBITUARIES Wednesday, December 17, 1947 Telephones: 4161 or 3-1681 (9rIrlnDnfnrntn tt &tnt' td Page
Truman Orders I

Carriers Enjoy I.I r-' _- t
Mrs. Magarian Teachers Get '' RADIO
Marksadies' you are looking for IDvesS- '
Exchange
Annual BanquetCarriers 'lU that pay echoice lalEeO -
O properties . .
Tariff see r.
Cut In f t ii1 t SERVICE
for the Sentinel- Back Salaries )
J. H. PACKARDRealtor I Ii Fast-Elncket
I Star were feted at their an- R Services FridayServices Guaranteed Work
WASHINGTON [UP] Pres. nual banquet in the Chamber NightA i -Investments =-
I Here Dec. 19 t COOPER'SMusic
Truman yesterday ordered into of Commerce Bldg. here last t I I/ 15 W. Central Ph. 661 'I :t-
effect on Jan. 1 some of the tariff I I night. for :Mrs.! Miriam K. : Teachers in all schools in Or- [ 't. I . Store
.
the United States !I More than SO carriers of festive event was, the Exchange - : JI ZO W Church..
by
cuts granted 4 e Magarian. 67 who died Tues ange County will receive back I
Club's annual Ladies'Night
attendedthe
at the Geneva world trade con the two newspapers .n day at a local hospital, will be salaries for the month of July onDec Christmas held in
ference last Summer. party presided over by held at 3 from Eisel- party
Friday p.rn. 19. The Orange
Harold Hamilton. County the YMCA dining room last
Cir. Mgr. EVERYTHING fOR THE BUILDER
He acted after exchanging entertained by s stein-Wigginton Home for Funerals School Board voted the paYment''night
They were
letters on the subject Dr. John Branscomb and in special session yesterday. J H
sharp Miss Peggy Hart the WHOO Sparked by hilarity which
with Rep. Knutson [It-Minn.], I radio station Dianh Shoreof Dean Melville E. Johnson will r The State Legislature; at the 'I accompanied( the selection' and pniiiips
chairman of the tariff-writing Central Florida. officiate, assisted by Mizpah last! session! voted' legislation; i: opening by the wives of nncard-
House Ways and Means Com I Jack Lemmon, city circulation Chapter No. 190, O.E.S. Burial i placing teachers on a 12- I', ed gifts placed under' the Christ.
mittee. will be in Greenwood Cemetery. months' salary basis tree the Kxchangites,
manager in charge of I ! Atty. mas by
The President's proclamationgave I arrangements, said the ban- Mrs Magarian was prominentin I Gen.' Tom Watson! has ruled' the evening's program; included INDUSTRIES inc.SPECIALS
Orlando civic affairs for many that all teachers due musical entertainment by II .
provisional approval of U.S. quet was one of the most successful are I I
years She was a member of the !salaries' for and four Orlando High School girls
concessions which primarily ben- in the more than 20- I' July Augustas ;
efit seven nations which also year history of the event First Methodist Church, Mizpah a result of the new law. II i iI recording and play-bark of
have agreed to make their tariff I CECIL B. DEMILLE [above] Chapter O.E.S.. and Orlando Re- I The Orange County Board, acting J' "messages! ; to Santa Claus" by
i
bekah Lodge No. 12. She cameto recommendation of its : the honored feminine guests!' ,
ts effective on Jan. 1 The other : I upon -
lost his in
5 nations which took part in j yesterday fight America in 1905 from Harput. attorney J. R Wells agreed to and a talk on the Christmas *
]; drafting the greatest single tariff Tampa Pilot Killed, ( California Supreme Court, San Armenia and had lived in Pine I pay the July salary in December season by Dr. Marshall! Dendy
revision ever negotiated have Francisco, to enjoin American Castle and Orlando the last 24 'and the August salary at the end pastor of the First Presbyterian
Hurt 1 4 T & G
Two in Pine
CrackupCARROLLTON Church.A x Flooring $85.00 M
not yet ratified the treaty. I 1 Federation of Radio Artists years. of the next five-months' period. i
The State Department said i, Ga. [AP] A from suspending him as a Besides her husband Mr. K. At conclusion of the County I I trio of high school vocalists
concessions to them will be with- r rsmall plane crashed on a farm :\Magarian.. she is survived by School Board meeting school /u- i rendering several musical numbers REYN-0-LATH
held until they act on reciprocal : near here last night, killing J. member because he refused to five sons. Martin K. Magarian, perintendents of Brevard Seminole was composed of Edla 40.00 M
benefits to this country. W. Jowett, 28, Tampa pilot, and pay an assessment fee of $1 Jacksonville; the Rev. Oscar K.Iagarian. Volusia, Lake and Osceola : Swaidmark. Jeanne Summers.
I critically injuring Mrs. Aljene to campaign against the 1944 :\ Lockhart and Highe. !counties!'; me ith Orange County t'and Jane Tyson. accompanied by I STEEL-TEX 42.50M
1 Bishop and her son, Charles Mat- Vahan and all WalknBo Florence Kilmore .
i I right of employment act. Vahag Magarian Supt. discuss problems'
in
12 Hurt Crash
Trolley ', the Green, 10. I of Orlando; a daughter, Mrs growing out of the single school' II
ST. PAUL [AP) At least a'': Mary Cleveland Orlando; a ] district plan which goes into operation -, OPERA COMPOSER!' DIES COMMON BRICK
NEW YORK [AP] Cesare So-
dozen persons were injured as Some scientists now believe 'Red Dean' RebukedBy i brother Dick Garabedian, Cleveland Jan. 1. I
dero, and
61.
composer a conductor FIRE BRICK
a street car and a mail truck volcanic explosions are caused ; a niece. Mrs. Anna Bogho- The superintendents' pooled with the I
.collided here yesterday. Both''by the releasing of atomic Church Leader sian of Yerevan, Armenia, and respective ideas' on building Metropolitan I FACE
vehicles burst into flames. ''energy. ,I nine grandchildren. I maintenance and repairs' purchase ,terday.Opera Co. since 1942, died yes- BRICK

LONDON (UP] The Archbishop i of supplies transporta- I I
of 'Canterbury yesterday re- MRS!' ROBERT S. GREER 1 tion and other matters!' i Plywood Odd Casement Sash
buked Dr. Hewlett Johnson Can- Services for Mrs. Robert S. i Walker has been empowered'' TRICYCLES I
On.
The Heat's . terbury's "Red Dean", for praising Greer formerly of Orlando' who by the Orange County Board to MICHIGAN AVE AT R. R. TEL 2-1229
Russian Communism and received recommend advisable in
has been living in Jackson., liss., changes;
a chilly reply that John- I administration of schools under
. WHEN YOU WANT IT the last two years who died t MILLWORK/ LUMBER ROOFINGS
. son considers "socialism" a mod- Monday, will be held at 3:30: p.m. the new setup. Based upon his _ _
WHERE YOU WANT IT . ern form of Christianity. I Wednesday at the WrightFerguson -I j recommendations the County
IN EVERY CORNERThis Dr. Geoffrey Fisher, 60, England's I Funeral Home in Jack- ;i Board will adopt a policy and the
highest ranking church- I County Superintendent will be A
radiator-type Washington-Frogil oil-burning I man, declared that the Church of son. !authorized to execute it.

heater is intended to do the job for a large houseit England could not take responsibility PAYNE. MRS. GLADYS 'MARTIN-Funera) .
has 14,000 cubic feet heating capacity. That's the I for the 'unfortunate" statements terriers for MM Gladys Mittin Payne I A SWEATER -
of the 56. will be held at the Winter Park Another Meanest .
dean-
space it can cover . and that's a lot of space. 73-year-old Methodist Church at 10:30: a.m. Wednesday I I 1
As for the heat it gives out, it is rated at 119,000 The Rei Kenneth Rogers will -ALL SIZES hr
B.T.U. an hour. B.T.U. means British Thermal Units, !, LOWER '.If It'a Bought officiate Ingham. and Ala. Interment Originally will from be ID Birmingham Birm-- I Thief On Earth! is a gift that hell "

a standard measurement!'; of heat. It adds up to say I COST }.i .' .-..- on Time We Park, for Mrs the Payne last had year resided and a in half Winter with I SIOVX CITY. la (AP] 30% Off appreciate . pullovers
4 I that this heater has a lot of warmth for a lot of space.' LOANS Finance her husband and daughter She died at Thieve have dimmed the . coat style . .
It her home 2046 Aloma Ave.. early Monday -
I Installment Surviving are her husband. Dr. prospects<< of a joyous Christmas sleeveless. All wool,
Loan D.pt 411.I B C Payne son. Braxton C. Payne Jr., for needy children here. LiFURNITURE Shetlands and 1 I
Atlanta dauzhter Virginia Payne
Floor, ,. Australian wool t
I Elevator brother William E. Martin. Mobile They broke into the courthouse
Air Conditioned. Ala. Pitman s Funeral Horn is In basement and carriedoff ,
charge of arraneements. a'
FIRST NATIONAL BANK $500 worth of toys bought
CARD OF THANKSWe with publicity donated funds $3.50 to $10.00Seconcf
M'MIler Feeeral Dipnit (1..tyrant.Hemorrhoids. CwaraMeDon't wish to extend our heartfelt thanks for 183 N. Orange Phone 3-1179 r
the man acts of kindness and remembrances assembled<<:l for distribution. 1"x'
dunne the return and burial of Items taken include 60 ted =
our two boYS. Private EKin T. Bussell and
... '
Private First Class Manuel G. Cox. We dy bears, 36 wooden rifles .
especially thank Rev Roy P. Douberly Rev. and hundreds of games dolls I .
!i1! Lafayette Hall. Fairchild Home for Funerals .$ '
The American Legion and 'Auxiliary and other articles. '
suffer from painful Itching Piles another I II : 'i % % s
hour without trying Chine",!d. In a Sentinel-Star. Radio Stations. Photographers -
. few minutes Ckimroid usually start curbing Orange County Sheriff OfncaState g
Ml miseries I ways: L Eases pain and Itch Highway Patrol. Orlando Police De- I !J a'N
the Military Escorts: Sat. Wil-
ing. 2. Helps shrink sore swollen tissues. 1. artment
lams and Sgt Mccarty the music of Wal- CBMC Meets Today \\'t.tt
Helps nature heal Irritated membranes and er Menies donors of the beautiful floral ,
allay Pile nervousness Money back guaranteed ifferings all the Pall Bearers, and friends Chaplain O H Gerstenkorn of
unless satisfied Ask your druggist ftCblnavoU ind neighborsMR
the Florida State Sanatorium
today.FOR I
AND MRS N H COX
MR AND MRS D L. STRICKLANDADROV 1 will speak to the Christian Busi-
COXJ ness Men's Committee luncheon
i I ,
a t.ryF V COX g
PFC LENORD COX meeting today at 12:15: p.m. in
FASTER RELIEF MR and MRS. THOMAS C BUSSELLMR I
the Chamber of Commerce Bldg., ,
AND MRS J D. WEBB.
I i Hi/// on the subject. The Conflict of "
NEVER Better Fellowship the Ages INNERSPRING : .,
------ --
a MATTRESSES :i'' Choice A JACKET
/ t .
IIUaCoMGetsWorse Move Begun HereIn BOX SPRINGS
VARY TO : : \Ve have a fine selection of leather, pony hide

the launching of a move _ilLY WISHES I a HOLLYWOOD BEDS i: 11 goatskins and cape jackets. Always the ideal
ment that is expected to become a Christmas gift. (t
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I ORANGE' BLOSSOM TRAIL I Yule Church Fete School Set i Winter Park Brevities I Anywhere Installed 1 4 11 ?Service 4 Hour I


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OPEN By MARGARET GREENE-Teephone!' Winter Pork 233-Nxus 1 -12 end 4-S.. Monday Trough Frrlnv, I

Blossom Trail Next SundayWINTER I WINTER PARK-It was in- Mae Stinson Roberta Trimble, i I Frederick: D. Greene Upper i iI
1905 South Orange correctly reported in yesterday's Marcia Walters, Betty Winslow, Montclair. N. J.; Prof. and Mrs.I .
Central Florida's most complete variety of fresh fruit and vegetables. PARK-A feature of I,i account of the City Commission I Joan Kirtley. Esther Sue Cham- I I George. Dutcher, Middletown.
the Christmas program, Christ- i]I meeting that Comm. Charles Andrews I hers Darlene Beasley, Carol LeeI j I Conn. Word has been received I Est. 1932
.. --, mas Come True, to be presentedby had moved the loweringof I Caldwell Janet Corliss, Rolene 'here of the
:::-' ::..., : ;. ; death of a winter NATURAL
.:.. "'- { the joint choirs and young the age limit of those whO I Fisher, Naomi Faust, Jackie God-;1 visitor of many winters, Mrs. GAS FOR
'" 18-Year people of the CongregationalChurch could he sold intoxicants, as had dard, Mary Jean Harris, Carmelite Belle Guthe, which occured Dec
< r School at 8 p.m.. Sunday been proposed and defeated last Holiday, Marie Hodgson, 6 Washington at the home of YOUR HOME OR BUSINESSFASTER
L" QualityReputation. will be the Manger Lullaby writ- : !
p month. Vera Minister Virginia Nelson, her son, Karl Guthe.-Sherwood
( .dl.elL" ten by Carol Fuller of Winter I I Comm. Andrews' motion was j| Joyce Rawls. Florence-Sandfort [ Foley has returned from Prov- COOKING
Park. This lovely lullaby is ar-.,, to have the police department Jane Lee Self Louise Sligh, Car- icetown. :Mass.. where he spenta
,. IS Behind I IQUO" ranged for full choir with violin I' continue the present policy of en- ]letta Tolbert Betty Ussery. week with his mother.-James SILENT SERVEL REFRIGERATION

,v Heinz Baby obligato which will be played by |I i forcement which is to check Colene Williams. Esther Win- :M. Glass of Salem. Ore., is here ECONOMICAL WATER HEATING
:Derry Deans. Miss Deane will i i bars and package stores only dom Chuck Parker and Richard for the holidays with his son. .
Foods I also play the Ave Maria as a violin 1 1 upon specific complaints. I II j Williams. I j Nelson Glass, and family.-Mr. ; MODERN AIR CONDITIONING

O rIG' solo during the service I I I Mayor Coleman had expressed CALENDARS: Mrs. Merritt and Mrs. Harold Lyons leave tomorrow I CLEAN HOME HEATING
,,,,? Readers for the evening will I his intention of strict enforcement .i Britt has called a committee of 1 for Neenah, Wis., to
\ co1lPetek be George Saute Jr. and Sonya I of the present ordinance i the Womans Club Calendar Com- spend Christmas with the for-
,ha Albert. I! which will mean the police will mittee for Thursday at 2:30: p. m. mer's sister Mrs. H. K. Bab-- Natural LEoas and Appliance Co.
\.00 k -( The Senior and Intermediate I, keep a closer check on these es- !:. at the clubhouse to check over 'cock. Mrs. Lyon's mother, Mrs.C. 'r
\ _' tablishments to prevent the sale M. Green will SANFORD
Choirs under the direction of advertising copy, as the calendaris accompany ,II
\ Prof. Walter Charmbury and the of intoxicants to anyone under soon going to press. them as far as Jacksonville and I j 1249 N. Orange Ave Fla. State Bank BIdf.
\ J Junior Choir under the direction .1 the age of 21 years. I I Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McKean then take a plane to Perjsacola i Phone 4678 Phone 1252
\ of Miss Betty Anne Newton with :, QUIZ KIDS: The threet finalists leave today for New York to to spend the holidays with her
Mrs Eleanor Hofbauer at the organ at the Winter Park Elemen- spend the holidays.Mr. son. :Maxwell Greene and family.I .
t SINo will present several of the tary School and the three from [ and Mrs. Claude I. Newell WELFARE All interested --- --
ED Christmas numbers including Princeton Ave. School in Orlan- have arrived from Pittsburgh to persons or members of agencies |
CUSTpRG solos from Handel's Messiah,sung do, will meet in fhe local auditorium spend the remainder of the win- expecting to take part in Febru- '
PUD Iyt by Mrs.[ Hazel Yarbrough, Mrs. ,, at 9 a. nyThursday for ter at their home on Jo-Al-ca Dr. ary's welfare drive are invited to
f "'" 1 i' their quiz on general subjects. -Recent arrivals :; ;
Virginia Benjamin, Edward Rose- at Barron Hall Hooker Memorial Hall. 5 p.m.. I
The to be wirerecordedand I
'' program include the i
following Miss
sear Machil Malls Betty Anne' : Ida Friday to meet F..Carle Cooling
Newton and Anita Whitmore. 'lover broadcast Saturday at 0 a. m. Schwabe. of Brooklyn; the Rev- : who will head the project
Station WIIOO. The Winter
In the Nativity scene, Mary,, -
I I Park quizees will be Joyce Trayi
1 will be portrayed by Jeanne New- :]i I lor I
representing the 6th grade.
I ton characters, who sings will a be lullaby.John Neal Other as'I'i David Moore the 5th and Billy Judge Reduces I Thorpe Plans NewBuilding
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Nichols the 4th grade. I -
Joseph, Alice and Barbara Neal i i I KIWANIS Furniture _
Dr. Baker.
: Hugh &
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i I as the Angels who. with members .x" ", "'"" -
recently retired from the presidency -
of the Junior Choir will have a I 1 I of the Massachusetts State $$15,000 Award For the purpose of ('on'truct1( ..-.::,= ';._
: prominent place in the manger College Amherst was the speak- !I ing a new furniture store at 123 ,
scene. The shepherds will be I i er Monday at the Kiwanis sup- S. Garland St., Thorpe Furni- Don't Spend Your Good -
Jack Shannon Red Howell. Rich-I 1! t
cOFpEE per-meeting. His subject was i A Circuit Court jury award of ture Co. yesterday took out a f
ard Trismen Billy Richards and
Donald Parker. members of :ManoStukie's ;I i The Everett Profession Roberts of Citizenship.who j S15.000) made during the recent' 65.000 building permit for a Money to Heat the Ceiling I ,
accom- i term of court to Mrs. Ella G.
class: Simeon will be portrayed panied the Key Club delegates; Hauser who brought civil action structure that will double the Spark Oil Heaters send all of the ,," .; .

by Dr. Henry Kilborn; from Winter Park High Schoolto 1 against the Orlando Transit Co., present sales space of the com- heat out the front of the heater in- '. ..
Hannah by Frances Parker; the their convention in St. Petersburg reduced \\. Church the Zone -
; was yesterday to $t.OOO pany on St. to Living where you
Wise Men, Harold Ward. III.
I II ( how well the 1
reported by Judge Frank Smith.
The it. Both
Thomas Henkel and Beth Mendelare new one-story building actually use Circulating
members of KennethVack- ;youths and had their conducted oratorical their sessions -1 .Judge Smith entered a $11.000)()( including a mezzanine will con- Heat and Radiant Heat start immediately ,---."

er's class. Serving as acolytes'' con- :emittitur and informed attorneys tain 12,000 square feet of floor to warm every corner of the

1 will be Jimmie Rogers and test.SINGERS: Members of the considered for :Mrs.the verdict Hauser too that high he space. It will be located imme- room. Spark gives you both more
t George Swarthout. High School Glee Club, whose diately in the rear of the heat ana more economy.
and had reduced! << it to $1,000. Hos- pres- $33.50.
HIT The offering to he taken during listed
names were not previously Whittaker and Warren Parks ent store.
the service will be equally di- but will be in the minstrel' ------ NEW SPARK WUTRA-TONE
appeared as counsel for the plain- !
vided between the following four tonight
: at the high school include I
tiff. They have 15 days in uhich FINISH..IT'S"coLORSENSITIVE" DOWNThis
agencies Europe: : : the Starving Congregational Children in : Dot Springsteen, Annie to appeal the reduction and ask I DR. P. D. NAPIER revolutionary heater finish blends

Christian Orphanage at Elon. for a new trial. I NERVE SPECIALIST like magic with the furnishings of your' and for whether light or dark.See it today. 'iJ.
tumes properties the The Orlando room
Transit Co. CHIROPRACTOR
N. C.: The Essie Memorial Fund was
s;; II 1NE for Crippled Children under the program include Mrs. II. W. represented in the lawsuit by
Barnum, Mrs. Laurence Parker . Complete X-ray Laboratory UT US DEMONSTRATE THIS SPARK OIL HEATER TO YOU
care of the Florida Children'sHome \ttyc. J. R. Wells and Harry
eN Its Society of Florida. and the Mrs. Louis Srhulz and Miss Voorhis. 531 Cathcart St. Phone 2-057S

fl/Afc/ SAtt8De1sI1ft local welfare. Helen Lewis. Perorations are The damage suit resulted froman I -U N. NNN- -/ /NJ MODERN APPLIANCES INC.
TflE iMPROVfeP & in charge; of :Mi-s Ixtrrtfa Sal
The program will be concluded accident here Jan. 4 in which ,
with a sermonette by Dr. Louis mon assisted hy Bruce Churchill :Mrs. WALL TILE
Hauser was injured when 0
Schulz. James OMeen, and Carroll : I 428 N. Orange Ave. Phone 2.2514
S M.r. words can't describe it. You'llhave Sims Ushers, for the service struck by an Orlando Transit Tile-O-Plastic,
Those assisting; with cuss.COLLEGE ;- bus in front of Dickson and Ive
to taste It And when you lift a Cup - --- Hill he members of the Fellowship I A Dow Chemical Plastic
1 store. 1 IHRO-THKRM JlKTERSxn OIL FLOOR FURNACES.WE .
PARK Class under the directionof
of this new Chase & Sanborn to your t 25-4 S. Kuhl Phone 2-2821
with ) You'll SHOE REPAIRING John Parks. READER .\ COMPLETE INSTALLATION SERVICE.
exclaim delightl
lips you'll The cusk f-h: 1 lads 1: more than : WYCKOFF HARDWARE
agree with those who call it. "the finest S Guarantf'edVorkmanshlp There v ill\ be 15-minute: program 2.000.1)00) eK2:ti m a season.
coffee mon.y can buy"I Get a can todayacuumpacked. raaac S New' Fat'toryIuhlnf'r! )' of (t"hl"l"tmas chimes preceding -- - -- -- ----- ---- - -- -- -
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Confronted by unprecedented l large sums to private educational !I Womari WantsA
I institutions," he continued
colleges I
I I revenue to meet the demands of With Rollins holding to its I good, '
ideal of remaining a small liberal '.. .
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more likely to get $10 each froma would increase student housing
million people than it is to get I capacity from 353 to 500. ., ,
S10 million from a multimillionaire A few more classrooms, mainly Our Booth Section Only .
," he said. i I to replace the obsolete. I I
T Although;: there are still many .I: A sustaining fund of around >' :,. t ,
i wealthy men and women Dr. $150,000 a year to keep the Rol Our Very Own -,, :. ,1
Brown asserted that the New lins educational ideals a real I ..:; .T '"
Deal, because of high income and ity.An :<'.. .. .. $>.'< '
estatet taxes, marked the end of additional minimum of S5 BARONESS COLD WAVE I fy".. :" A' '
an era in which vast fortunes million for endowment, which K- .
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The best way to protect yourself Eva Balser :35, a nurse, got intoa k-I-A/--;: .''..-d. 5/5 '
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SAVE MONEY_Brlr,. ycur __ awl fur coat which she had left Air Conditioned
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Published daily except Sunday. New Years Day. FourUaf Rep. Cox Holds Records S0UAIWELL' CANT 1-rt4i3 SHOOT CUT IS YOUR TO THE> BUTWATAXI figSlgW&S( (* Telegraph Strike Now Seen

July. Labor Day Thanksgiving and Christmas by 'bLJ SI4OULD 4A
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.rntinrl-Star. Co (Orlando Daily Newspapers. Inc.) at X3Iuih Iy DREW PEARSON DRIVE ONE BLOCK DEPOT.' OR DID YCJ / "jp 1HE METEQ 1 c&i .

.< Orange as second-class Ave.. Orlando matter Fla.rred at the Pout Office al WASHINGTON-Rep. Cox of Georgia. ranks OFF THE MAIN THINK wfe WERE < HIM DISHING afTI/ KID ME, BUDOy/CUT : As Against GoodfellowshipEditor

ando.. rionda. under the Act d March: 3d. 1171 first in a lot of things. DRA6 WITHOUT/ I MEETING A BOAT? OIRECTJOT4S TbTrJE I OVER TD BRoADWAV

He is one of the best poker players In Con. GETTING LOST- \ WHY DIDN'T you SUFFERING > AND THEM UP SHAP : Why do some branchesof 1

tEl HONES Information Advertising.31681.Subscription Want Ada 4111: gditartaJ.Jrnrral : . gress. He is the only man in Congress ever recommended SOT HELPLESSLY t ASK AT THE GAS / CABBL f w iv flJRN organized labor take advantage (a? ;
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Price 35c per wk. |1JO per me. for criminal prosecution by officialsof STATION LIKE ) I EASTCN59TtAWO

the Justice Department, but not indicted. He ._ \ i TOLDPITCHING YO'JJlIIlalllItLI \ their ends! namely the 50.000
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MARTIN ANS-IISIN. Earroa AN* 'II.LISIID also has the record of having more relatives on I would tie up all communicationsat

C. W LINITT. Bus. Met. Hixat BALCN. E arrosii Duscroe the payroll than any other Congressman.But this time of the year. If they

Cti Hot ti6 M. MAMAOIMA fa MUTeS 1. AUSTIN. Aa*. MM.HAiota despite this. Gene can be one of the most had an ounce of brains they

HAMILTON C,.. MGK. NOMUT CONSONNI.SIC..TllIoI. charming gentlemen on Capitol Hill and is gen should realize it is not the mere
J. W. LtMuoN. CITT Cia. Met. CHAIUS Ma."". Pun Sun liked his colleagues loss of few dollars
uinely by a to the company
R. T. Two Sun. _ _ _
ReauT f. WAITM. Cuss. Met. MIUI. but the American
However the gentleman 1 people
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Member of The Associated Presa whom they are penalizing at this .
record. He had the
ti,1. The Associated Press la exclusively entitled ,. e up a new
.. ,. to the use for republIcatIon of all ,. audacity during a recent trip to I time. These are things that are THANK YOU!
ne-S dispatches accredited to It or not himself i I not easily': forgotten and whoever
to place
4 atherwise accredited to tbpaper and It Germany authorized
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:local herein. record against the make your PUBLIC
also the news published squarely on :
All rights for re-publication of special de-Nazification shortsighted in their thinking. A THOUGHT I letters brief. We
U. S. Army's pro-
dispatches herein are also reserved.PAGE few days after the New Year would like them typewritten,
*S.,, #- :' would have made all the differ- double spaced. If possible.
6 WED. DEC. 17. 1947. gram.Back when the Battle of the I 1 ence in the world in the attitude THE EDITOR.

i Bulge was still fresh in people's I of the public but I'm sure many I .

1k minds no one would believeR I feel as! T do this is a strike against -- ,

t that three years later a U. S. \ :: goodfellowship. I,olina, one white and one colored

_ Our Program :t'S% b. t1 Congressman would be touringPearson I R*. B. were playing a match in peace
the and Southern :Methodist was inviting
that
Elimination of Political Job Dupficatio Germany, preaching
Lower T Uts. Efficiency ia GoY.r..t.TOD.rS Nazis were the best of the Germans after all. Cancellation/ / of Rollins J Penn State with two well-
known Negroes on its team to a
of the soapbox.
However Georgia's patriot football Game Deplored
contest in the Cotton Bowl I
traveling through Germany with a Congressional Editor: A few weeks aco our I cannot believe that our frienriK
THOUGHT critical of the de-Nazi
Sub-Committee, was so
community was startled by the and progressive com m u nit v
When thou art bidden of man to a wedding it embarrassed his col. .
any fication program, that announcement that Rollins Col--would have proved less Christian
sit not down in the highest room lest a leagues. Even in front of German officials, lege had cancelled a football than Durham or Texas or Char-

more honourable man than thou be bidden of Gene did not hesitate to criticize the Army'spolicy HORSESHOES 'game with Ohio Wesleyan be- lotteville-where the Universityof

him. .Luke 14:8.: of kicking out Nazi Germans and replacing cause Ohio Wesleyan had a Negro Virginia had won a double

them with democratic Germans."It : on its team. It has been officially victory over Harvard by deff';"

"He that humbleth himself shall be exalted." to me," Cox told Congressional Organize Yourself Rose I stated that the Rollins; ing it with a Negro on its team

This great law of the Kingdom of God is, in the seems"that the good'. Germans were the I team was quite prepared to play I am sending_ this protest with

_ _ teaching of Christ, inscribed over its entrance- colleagues; : Government the scheduled game and that it.the- same reluctance which must
to the
gate.-Thomas Browne. Nazis who were loyal that By BILLY ROSE suppose the wind had blown that piece of paper I was cancelled because it was "a have marked the decision of Ro
States recognized at
which the United "Listen.': Rose" I said to myself the other in another direction 'I community affair.:' lins College. The war in whi -h
Hitler government], not those!! who I
time [the day. "you're 48 years old. Instead of writing a "And how about that day in the Spring of I had hoped that someone of the question of race played per-
Bringing City Up-to-Date
a were disloyal. I column at 2 o'clock and holding a chorus call at '36 in Hollywood? You had gone out to the Metrolot large influence in the community -, haps the crucial part. has placed

PALM:: BEACH is wrestling with Note-Congressmen traveling with Cox reported -, 3, why don't you make up your mind what you to see a friend. As you went by the executive would have spoken for what this issue in the forefront of the

WEST, problem of changing its street that the Nazis had not changed. They I really want to do-and do it? This jumping- building. Rufus Le Maire happened to look out is at least a substantial minorityof world's thought and we must all)

from that of colorful were sorry that they lost the war but not sorry f bean existence of yours doesn't make any sense. of his office window. He hollered for you to I its citizens and so this letter stand up and be counted. This
names flowers to '
num-
What need is don't sit down friend has been delayed. decision, made in all courtesy, _ _
bers and letters. they had started it. I ;you a plot Why :you come up. 'My Amon Carter, he said '
No one, with even a slight ac- has forced our community to be
anti plan out the rest of your life-what you'regoing ;iske:l me to find someone to stage the FortVorth I'
There time when West Palm 'quaintance with the counted the side where Grwnville
was a college, can'doubt on -
to l he doing at >0-at :.V>-at (j X)? You fancy Centennial Exposition. I hadn't thought
had
Beach confined to small GOP Rep. Courier* of New York certainly that its decision was reluctant and Talmadge and FUmk\ ___
was a area, when a n __
yourself quite an organizer.VcIi.. organize your of you. but maybe you're ftc man for the job.: ( __
told
in his cheek when he glibly reporters '
there were only a few thousand citizens who his" tongue one and in contravention'of and Hitler stand. To the growing
self? "The
next morning were in Te\a
that the big dinner he threw for Goi \'. you its i ideals. Clearly, it was made majority of our fellow-couiiti-
lived on a few streets. It was not a difficult I! Just then the phone rang. "A Mr. Albert Our of the big outdoor shows you produced ''
Dewey was nothing more than a "friendly" testi-- out of deference to what it be- ;men we must eem to be Imngin
job to find locations then. However, today i Chalker calling from Florida," said the there gase you the idea for the Aquacade.And i
I monial with no accent on politics. i lieved was the will of the com an enclave shut off not only

\Vest Palm Beach is quite a metropolis, Here is what actually happened. First the switchboard girL _ _ _ _ _ when you did the Aquacade in Cleveland, munity. I hope that the collegehas from all international assemblies _ _
miles wide, and more miles long. The names list about 100 Republican House members Mr. Chalker said he .. a o you met Eleanor Holm. And married her. Andit rated us wrongly. At the but also from the respect of the .
guest was a member of the ,J was the Aquacade at the New York World's that Rollins mak-- world whose
of the streets are no indication as to where 1 and one Senator, Ives of New York-was very time was of sport fundamental -
Citrus Growers' Assn.. 'J Fair which made it possible for you to buya decision. .
its is fair
ing disappointing tenet play.A1BROSE
they be located North East South of I ,
the members
may or carefully culled from among _ _
West : and asked if I'd take on 1041 theater and a few other knickknacks.'hat :'two football teams in North Car- : W. VERNON. _
I Congress who are either friendly to D.ewey'sPresidential the job of publicizing the if :Mr. Le Maire had looked up at the ceiling 1I 1-- ---
So many people want the Hibiscuses campaign or "on the fence. Great I I I
,
Florida fruit crop. I told instead of out of the window when you werestrolling
Jessamines Ferns Gardenias and others majority of the banqueters were from Eastern
told him I knew nothing l\ by? I
changed to avenues of the alphabet, and and New England States. about selling oranges "No. nubblehead. this organized existence

numbers with designations of north, south, 1 Second, Sen. Ives a red hot Dewey man. was Could I I recommend stuff is so much malarkey. The breaks have

east and west. one of the three speakers the others being House someone? I suggestedStevellarinagan been good so': far. Don't press your luck. Besides

GOP Majority Leader Halleck of Indiana and or n..nSonnenher \\-i. your razzmatazz years in show business have
All titles
big must come: to it sooner or
i Dewey himself. House Speaker Martin though taught you how important luck is.
later, if they are to avoid or stop con-: i present did not speak. Coudert acted as toast-
fusion. I hung up and began -' p' 'uki' -; "Take the case of Frank Merlin. For a quarterof

master.. plottinghowtoputthecouldnt a century, this friendly Irishman has been

Some have even made the "sacrilegious" Ives, who was put in the Senate by Dewey fix on my future. But I tlying to produce a hit show. Remember what

suggestion that Orlando will some day haveto and has turned out to be an A-I choice, made it get Mr. Chalker happened to him back in the '20s? A routine

adopt this plan. I clear that he was! out to win support for Gov. and his oranges out of my noggin Suppose :Mr. report came into Frank's office about a play in '

But think of changing beautiful "Rosa- Tom. He also drove some hammer blows for Chalker had offered a big enougninn, c lit! money London. It said this play had possibilities for

lind" to some letter of the alphabet or party solidarity in the coming campaign-solidarity to make me drop everything I'm doing-the America. Merlin cabled an old buddy of his in
which. he left doubt. could be attained kind of London and asked him
catch
no sugar :you just can't say iio' to. Twenty- to the show.
Church Robinson
Summerlin or Marks to by backing the guest of honor."A four hours later, I might hate }been on a trainto "This friend of Frank's had served in the iiiL

a number. I |M litiral rare is like. a horse rare," Ivesasserted Florida with my missus. A week later. I mighti British Infantry. A few days before the Armistice I

"Where is your sentiment? many wouldsk. at one |IHtint in his rousing addrecc.I i have been living in a new house dining with'a his platoon; had been trapped in a dugout.

What of the memory of these pioneerswho I "You can't win without unanimity." new set of friends. Instead of show girls, I The German puns had opened up on it The doctors \

gave us this beautiful city, whose might ha e been auditioning tangerines. had pastM Merlin's friend together, but _
'memories the citizens of those days intend I I The New York Senator let his listeners guess "Relax, Rose" I told myself. "You're not going they couldn't do anything about the war noisesin

oed to pe tuate.'hat of the "Shines," that Dewey" was unquestionably the "right ,i to Florida. Not this week anyhow. But let'scut his head. For years, the backfire of a car- p''ScTHE

the "Gores," the "Marks," "Mills" and I horse, for 1948.! i i out the nonsense about the well-ordered life. even a kid's cap pistol-made. him nervous and

_ _
others They would ask. Are their memories Dewey, when called upon to speak, also There are things called the breaks, and your jumpy. &

jto be treated ? stressed'the "unanimity" theme. He illustratedit two-penny plans won't stand up against them. "The ex-soldier went to the play and cabled ,

so lightly by telling about his meetings w.ith GOP leaders 1 If the breaks are good, you'll do pood. Andif Merlin, 'Couldn't Sit Through It.' Naturally, I R

.. Which is all very true, yet there have I in the New York Legislature every Sunday they're bad, you're not apt to outsmart Frank decided to forget about the whole thing. GALLUP POLL

peen other great men who have given the night when the Legislature is in session. (lie,.,. "The play that Merlin's friend couldn't sit

city much, but who have no thoroughfares "We make unanimity a religion," Dewey de- "Rememl that afternoon in 1917 in New- through opened in New York some time later and "

designated to keep their memory alive, suchas '1 dared. "If there is one dissenter among us on burgh. Xew York? You and some fellow youcan't made $1 million. It was the story of some English New York Leans To Demos

the Giles, O'Neals Woodruffs, Yowells, an important issue facing the LegislatureandI even remember were walking. The wind ': soldiers trapped in a dugout The dialoguewas _

Dicksons, Drews, Ives, and many others. I we don't always agree-we postpone action for blew a piece of a week-old newspaper your way. punctuated by the thump and thunder of
Then there have been i I another week and then they to get together the It was part of the want-ad page One of the ads offstage guns. I I By GEORGE GALLUP Liberal Party vote
some names ''read, 'Stenographers Wanted War Industries j PRINCETON.: N.: J.1'ewCork I for Roosevelt ........_ 5.2
changed without disturbance such i following Sunday. "The play was Journey's End. I
as"Reel"
any I I Board. Washington. D. C.' You went down there "Now, if Merlin had cabled someone else, he State. whose 47 electoral votes -
to "Westmoreland" and "Elam" to the makes it the top prize in presidential i- i i I Roosevelt': Total ..__. 62.5
"Lucerne Terrace." ;I With this as an openar, the New York Gov- I next day and got a job. And there you got might have made the million. And, as a matterof elections. appears today Republican ._...... .._..-.47.5

_ This changing the names of i ernor proceeded to get in some hot licks againstthe i 1 to know Bernard Barucn. the man whose friendship fact he might have bought the theater in in the Democratic column, but -
a city'sstreets has meant much "
so to for 30 I
you years.Vell, which you're writing this column.
100.0
is a serious thing, and we are not go- administration's handling of foreign aid- only by a slight margin.
particularly the omission of China from the S507 New York State voters polled 1940

ing done to stick our neck out and say it shouldbe | million interim-relief bill now before Congress. WESTBROOK PEGLER SAYS PEOPLE CAN CHANGE LAWS I by the Institute on the questionof I Democratic vote _._........45.2%
how they might vote if a presidential A. L.P. vote for
In
fact. Dewey so emphasized China that some I
We are but commenting: on the fact election were held today Roosevelt ___......_ 6.8
speculated 1 to how great the Chinese vote is

that have other Florida municipalities: which '' in New York City. Congress Begins To Feel Power show sentiment about as the In same the 1944 divisionof pres- Roosevelt Total _...51.8
big have found it advisable to I
grown ;
Citing China's "history friendship", with idential election, when this State Republican vote .._..48.2
''do this-AND ORLANDO IS GROWING.
went to Mr. Roosevelt.':
the United States, Dewey declared that it was
Some brazen chap may some day come ineoneeisallmthat China should, he left out !' Bf WESTBROOK PEGLER I it? We can change it. he favored it He believed in Thirty-three! per rent expressing : 100.0If

along and suggest that Orange Avenue be of the aid plan unless you considered the "in- WASHINGTON Hollywood Kememher, the purpose of nationalism. Sod i d George an opinion say they the A.L.P. were to supportan

the dividing line and all streets east and competency" the officials directing the aid Communists and those that Constitution in to "insuredomestic Washington, long before him. Mould vote Democratic today, independent candidatethename
glamorous i ignoramuses who tranquility providefor Because they represent""The of Henry A. Wallace has
west be given an avenue alphabetical program. While lie did not mention Sec. ofI 47 per rent Republican.
desig-
went into that second-act climaxon the common defense, promote People," both Houses of Earlier reports by the Instituteon often been suggested-such a
nation east and west and all streets north I State Marshall by name Ilk jabs ol"'iouly"t'rt' I I
their behalf can not be the general welfare and. Congress hare the right; and two other major States- candidate undoubtedly would
and south of Central be given numbers with I aimed at :Marshall.Dewey blamed for underestimating the scenic the blessings of libertyto power in themselves' to make Pennsylvania and Ohioshowedthem draw far more heavily from the

like desrgnations. explained that his remarks did not powerof a commttee of Congress oursrhe' and our poster anyone answer any question also in the Democratic column Democratic ranks than from the

That indeed would be a sacrilege, and necessarily mean that he supported the Chiang to rebuke contempt for the ity." hearing; on any subject under but by very slim margins. Republican. This might cause
Congressional To do that it be in the interest. enough of a split In the Democratic
wouldn't Kai-shek nationalist government, but rather the authority.It might necessary inquiry public "If a presidential election were
we want face
to the oldtimerswith "Chinese people." has beenour to kill a few spies and trai For refusal to answer, the wit- held today, which party would vote to give the State to
such an idea. But the thousands of custom and ness may be kept in the common vote for-the Democratic or the GOP. Republican party leaders
newcomers would lot "I have a deep and abiding faith in them [the tors.Then. Columbia you are. of course, hopeful that
sure heap a of crediton our mental habit in the very first article jail of the District of the Republican?
whoever the idea Chinese people] he asserted. "If we think in after the until the end of the session or this will happen.
got across, because for so long to preamble it sets up I i Dem. Rep.
I terms of a united world, it can't be done without In the Although; the Democrat carried
until he decides to talk.
'
then the crowds ridicule C our national legislature to make I 1 -
of visitors to beautiful Or- o ngress New York .. . 53% 47%
lando could go right where they desired China. that actually laws to effect the high purposeof old days,,however, when sessions Pennsylvania .__. 51 49 I New York by tremendous rlantl..lidt's
i Note When Charles the were short, this might mean only in the presidential
Rep. Halleck of Indiana the members preamble. Ohio . .. .51 49!
without j
a terrible lot of confusion in loca- spoke he referred to Rep. John Taber. worst themselvesof Now, certainly it wasn't the in- a brief punishment BO in 1857 I However, New York cannot be election of 1932 and 1936, from
ting the place. I tention of the Congress adopted a law providIng 1 then on the races have been
nickle nurserin Congress, as "Generous John the Thomas founding fathers considered as "in the bag" for
..
c-lose. .. .
fairly
-- that should for prosecution by the At. i
-- Committee 0 n \\ e provide special the Democrats because the Unknown
l"n-American protection for our enemies, although !- torney General in the Federal i The trend follows:
activities is what the
quantity
INTERPRETING THE NEWS OF BIG FOUR FAILURE were not it has often been invoked Court and a penalty of not less erful minority parties centeredin pow- I: Major Party"te

of their successfully to that end. The than one month nor more than !, Dem. RepI
. sure that could 12 months! in jail. The earlier New York City-the American I, 1932! ......._.............. 57% 43: %

Russia Loses Move To Western AlliesBy Peuler rlf1US But anti pow-they reason though.why was that we, the happen people, method was to haul the fellow Labor Party and the Liberal. Par- 1036! ..._.._.,___...._.._. 60 40

ers Their and a lot of lawyers got all before the bar of the House. ty-will do next year.A.L.P. 1940 _._._____. ....... 52 49
are sure now lawyers in Congress still may do that and Liberal Party support 1914 .._._.._.............__. 52H>> 47*4
and tangled up our argumentsand
looked things up they are of Roosevelt helped him .. ... ._... 53 47
J. M. Today
ROBERTS JR. of the situation is that. in forgot that this documentwas when committee of
just tion in control of the power contained on safe ground. Anyway, a to the State in 1911 by a The in the above
AP f-r carry percentages
The tower F-regn of diplomatic rs AnaKs'Babel! the degree which this conflict in the Ruhr. He fixed the The people of the United States the people written of for the the United benefit States.of I. the Bolshevik House"Are asks you a a Hollywood Communist -- margin of 52>fc per rent, and [table includes votes cast by minor -

erected at Yalta and Potsdam:" has may seem to be turning in favor \\estern boundary of the Russian really have unlimited powers. Some judges. notably Frank ?" and he refuses to answer, in 1940 by an even narrower parties which supported the

collapsed and it now appears of the West so in that degreewill sphere along the Stettin-Adria Some essayists: think the Constitution Murphy of the present Supreme all questions concerning his free- margin of 52 per rent. 'candidates of the major parties

likely that the Foreign :Ministers be increased the possibilityof tic line whereas the Kremlin had limits the power of Court. have thought that it was dom of speech his dignity and Importance of support by the I In the past 12 presidential elections

Council will be replaced: by some more desperate measures by hoped to advance it to the At- the people but they are wrong. intended to throw the same protection the interests of the "People." A.L.P. to Roosevelt in those two the State has given pluralities
of
other machinery of communication Russia. lantic. The people limit the powers about aliens and enemiesof campaigns can be seen in the to the Democratic candidatefive
betw'n'Rus"ia the constitution. They made it. It would give you a smile to York and to the Republican
tabulation of New times,
and the
There is following
no question about who The'e tern hereto- our country, but that is non have
,
Western Allies. powers They can widen or warp it, as notice how the statesmen candidate seven times. New- York
votes
State :
won the Battle of London. It
fore sense.
largely engaged in holdingthe shouldersand
AH a matter of fact, the practicability was the Western Allies. who as they please.At sort of squared their 1944 is not, in other words, a State
of any communication now have been until Communist menace at arm'slength present we deny ourselves i Its language says "We, the braced up with this new conscioUsness Democratic ........... 39.4<%< which can be called either traditionally -
handicapped now are in a position to people of the United States," and 1 that they are down
at all insofar the the protection of law providing for Republican or tradition
vote
ax hope of like the gentleman in a barroom take the offensive. With rehabilitation A.L.P. "
any agreement concerned, is brawl, by following the rules. punishment, even up to the that certainly didn't mean Harry here as "representatives" of the Roosevelt ......_____.. 7.9 ally Democratic.
of the industry of Western for when United States.
Bridges example, he "people" of the ..
for
In death
serious question.A Molotov penalty, membershipin --
made one mistake which Germany it will be more 1f1dmor was still an alien and pro'enJuilty The "People" are back of them, I
: .l-i.ro'en! i :Min.I Hulault of will go down in history. lie freed difficult the Communist party or collaboration i is radio studio. who never wrote"
( for Russia to maintain of hobnobbing with and the glamorites from Hollywood reading. This. an advantagefor '.
France s.t\ "it litt-omes nh\ious \\ ith Commun' by
t
> the hands of
that he 't.1 S.S R "s efforts the Allies in Western the barriers which she has non-Communists toward the destruction know enemies of the nation. He and the Daily Worker and the traitors and spies., a book or made a speech to a
no
longer are aimed at Germany. attempted to throw up between of our government by was not one of the people of Marshall Fields miserable thing These traitors are much more rally on "civil liberties," has provided
peace. Now thej can Ro ahead to Eastern! and Western Europe. the United States then. He wasa may snarl but they only show horrible than any Quisling. ,
If he refers to peace in the force. There is a superstition these wretches a refuge
make that area a powerful The foreigner ajid our Constitution how little they understand the Qni..liogdntt'd his country to i
pressure on Poland that because thus far have
broad sense that has been obvious I i we team witha from a monster who would have
winning
the
force in the ne'eras intended to "secure Americans. | be on
drive for Western Czcfhoslo\akia. 1
to a great people for and other Russia passed no such law, we can't. i I i
many the .
similar in sent them to gaschambers.We
: i i the of people who were
European recovery, and an satellites to resume their I blessings liberty" to the Some of the Communists exposed
more than two ;years to some That is just a superstition.''Australians of he this i ways. National boundaries let them in and took their
outpost for future use in whatever natural economic affinities will whom was down here by committee many
people even during the war. and Congress could fix it up tpmor- sovereignties over word that they were not Com
form of conflict the nu become *Crgreat.. onet. Or to the Austrians, of are ferocious enemies of i and I
to a few people ever since the sians choose. row that as of a certain date all whom the Eisler boys are two. the American people and such there change: by the decade, munists. Then, after years and

world revolution was proclaimed I The I'nited States probablywill persons convicted of such'mem- "We the people"' have the rightto detestable ingrates that if you and in fifty years Norway's years of their treachery, w e

in Russia 30 years ago. It was One of 11010toE'ate't "ac not abandon; its policy in bership or such collaboration shoot "Communists and. if it were to throw them to the people people misht h a s e merged learned slowly, mcreduously,

(largeh lost, sight i of during the complishments" l.4)flhi1va-;; keeping the door open on the, should be shot against some des- comes to that. we can amend our they would be kicked to deathin with the victorious, German. i that all the time they had been

wa) under the pressure of propaganda to convince the French that slightest: clwnce that Russia will, ignated wall. constitution so as to impose that any neighborhood in the coun- But refugee ingrates! and turn- conspiring with our enemy

which overlooked everything there is" no bridge between Western beVOfl to e\l'n a modicum of And if there was anything in penalty retroactively. But try except a few Red spots in coat immigrants that the committee snooping': stirring up racial hat.

except the urgency of defeating (-i ilization and Bolshevism: l'o-opl'ration. but the war can be'' the Constitution to interfere wouldn't that be Hitlerian I the city of New York. One handicap turned up owed the Amer red low-rating our beautiful

Illtler'sxis.. that their interests lie entirely fought now with freer hands. with that pleasure of the people guess it would but we would be on the committee and the icanPeople' their very lives. country and sneering at the ignorance -

All-out economic war between (With Britain and the United .Normal diplomatic channels;I of the United States expressed fools to deny ourselves the benefit "People" is that these hearingsare Quiet Americans all over the I of a people who treated
:East and West is now the orderof I j States. He threw away any slightest would seem to be sufficient for. through their representatives. of every idea and measure very long and the testimony, kind who never have been inside them as human beings and saved

the day. One of the tragedies i\ chance of Russian participa curb" relations as will continue. well. it is our Constitution isn't that Hitler favored just because in printed form is very tedious ; a night club or a movie or their liveLt


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Wednesday, December 17, 1947 Telephones: 4161 or 3-1681: ((0riati&n iHnrttlng *nttnfl Page 7

Caldwell Charges DeniedI


Study Of Canners' Plea Recommended Citrus Shipping I (fAP] Attor- suffered; a'\! ritual, ';:.images &3

neys for Collier's magazine, an- : an imiiMdual beidiisi the zt".i:
- swering Gov. Caldwell's $300,000 tuck attributed to hUT: ; t ecne
I-E ;*- c''' to Orionoo Morn ng Sentinel] ciation, is composed of 30 can- i i "We further believe that it is 'libel suit denied yesterday he widely held hv those ..\.'lui whmhe

LAKELAND-The U. S. Deptof ning plant operators. Its president important to realize that Holiday OkayedContinued was damaged by an editorial criti- come.;: into dc.iK > i in

A Y. b DAY Agriculture was asked yesterday -I is C. Howard Sweatt, Orlando -' we vitally are giving this product to the cizing his comments on the death the conduit of hl- i I' .':' e.f.
/ by the Florida Citrus Marketing vice-president of Besco Prod- I next generation of buying consumers I I 1 of a Negro who was taken from''' fairs."

Agreement committees to ucts Co. and that we should provide [ from Page 1] I the Madison jail and shot. l.. S District Courtier ,.nge< Oc*:
Watson Court Costs Reservation Advocated "give consideration" to a request ( In a letter to S. R. Smith. direc- them the best possible I They said Caldwell could not Devane already r-;.. ruled
from the Canners League of Flor--, tor of the USDA's fruit and vege- for prevent the usual market glut I claim damage in his offiral Caldwell cannot claim i d.<- .
their
for current gcs
TALLAHASSEE (AP] Gov. Caldwell suggested again yesterday ida for use of single strength !' table branch, Hooks praised the product not only but resulting from new shipments rapacity because his 1947 legislative ; in his professional pa err as an
and enjoyment.
that a portion of Atty. Gen. Tom Watson's appropriation be re canned orange juice as well as agriculture department for its ,,' health demand for arriving on top of unsold Christmas program met with greater attorney because he war; : "5 ao1
served to meet costs of defending suits Watson has brought against concentrated orange juice in the' "interest in removing a substantial |''to guarantee future ,I fruit success'' than his 1915; reconimendation < tively practicing law when tie
State agencies and officials. Federal school lunch of our raw orange crop our citrus products. ,I The seven-day holiday .. I II
program. part should be was I made before the editorial appeared awl .;t:1!) isan3
He raised the question when State Budget Dir. Homer Graham i On motion of Frank I*. Hall, I production" through purchase of I' "Certainly, quality consideration in agreed to yesterday after much editorial was published.

transmitted to the Cabinet a request of Watson's for l..akl'1frt'd., the committees i concentrated juice and then out- the paramount discussion but little opposition Since he has said he Is not notThe magazine's at''u'.ro-v. ,':':n"
The releasewas agreed to endorse the league's j lined what he termed "intrinsic the children's lunch programs. except from two members of theshippers'
routine release of some of his office funds. $3,000 I Ir'quf''t seeking any new office "he has tended the editorial w c: >
granted. at least to the extent advantages in the use of single We feel that single strength or- committee-Frank L. ', not been damaged in his office or lished without mat..t ?
"1 want to ask if you're holding enough to take care of the that it he Rhrn consideration. strength juice." i I ange juice' will give them the this Hall, Lake Alfred, and RaymondF. in his political career," the magazine good faith," and inf.'tn,,;';.nn en
attorneys' fees for defending the suits brought by the Attorney This action was taken in response -, These he added would "ac !, quality fully as well as con- Johnson, Frostproof, who contended, and he had not which it was based w..- ,..t1tamedfrom

General?" Caldwell inquired. Graham said Watson's office budget to a letter from Homer'I crime jointly to the Government centrated juice, and. in some : voted against it because they various news lit ,-t er.d:

contained a "contingent fund. Hooks league secretary-manager, I the school children and to the areas possibly better"We of the i favored an earlier starting date. 1 grade fruit. .For the periodJan. editorials, including ,"''IC? r.shhance-
I who said the executive committee I Florida citrus industry."In say this because I "The longer :you put off this 3 to 11, a combination ed in Time Maga/mt'
I of his organization had voted 'I the first place taken on a dependence of the concentrated holiday, the worse off you'll be," grade with 50 rent Xo. 1 The Time editorial almost
per
Vacations\ Slated Authority GrantedTALLAHASSEE ; unanimously to ask the USDA to '' box-to-box basis, we feel that the product upon local water supply ;said Hall. fruit will be permitted. i identical to the Collier1 item,
TALLAHASSEE [ A P 1 consider buying canned juice' largest possible number of Florida which in some school Telegrams received by Frank i 1 was retracted about two weeksbefore
API 1 I
[ In
-} SupL L. F. Charman of the i "either in addition to the concen- orange growers would benefit areas and situations; might be Seymour, secretary-manager of a separate regulation for the Collier's editorialwas

State employes? will.begm State prison at Raiford yesterday trated juice purchases or as a from a single strength juice purchase not only highly inconvenient' , the committees from shipping fruit Indian in River, which No. 1 markets and No.its 2 released.;
their Christmas vacation at was given authoritynoon ,-uhstitute for part or all" of program," Hooks explain but is likely after rehydration i firms favored declaration of a straight the committees Collier's said it had i"<'> ,'
grade
packs.
ed. to produce a reconstituted! juice rec- to publish' a r(>t rat t II.'I''
Dec. 24 and return to to spend 225,000 earned them. holiday-three to one-as did ommended the minimum grade pen
their offices Dec. 29: the through pulp wood sales on The league a new trade assa While the purchase of eithera not fully acceptable to the chill I a partial poll of members of the from Dec. 22 to Jan. 4 be the though the Governor ha i amount of concentrateor I dren. II notice of intention to, (
; at the institu- certain United Growers and Shippers II- ) '
yesterday.Improvements improved No. 2 Included in the .
Cabinet decided further that the I
tion. the equivalent amount of sin- "We point out Assn.;: reported by :Murl E. Pace, combination pack elsewhere in cause itprintsandlll"tljl"' (its
The Supreme Court previously The Cabinet gave him per- : gle strength juice would, of initial comparative costs favor I general manager. the State, and from Jan. 5 to 11, magazine many week 1D adm -
announced it will remission at its meeting yester course remove the same amountof single strength juice; that refrigeration Most of the debate retched the regular No. 2. \ance.

cess from Dec. 19 to Jan. 5. day. f 3 raw fruit from other channels is not required in around which dates would The committees were carefulto Governor Caldwell claims!; ; t.13
we feel that because of the greater storage thus permitting full employment personal and official! rfp'.Mr-.on
"* hap the most effect on market keep the regulations recommended -
number of single strength of area or zone redistribution was damaged by the enh.tr..1)
until A. V. Sanr- for the Indian River
prices finally
44 Counties To Have Gas Tax Surpluses of
mice producers!' more growers down to the point man Clearwater chairman of section at approximately the which "falsely quote i I and
Board of Administration; be and consumption and reduction in drew "false inferencestatement. t trim his
TALLAHASSEE (AP] The State vould helped more equity the growers committee, railed same grade level as for the rest
estimated yesterday that 44 counties will have gasoline tax surpluses yt given to the whole industry. i transportation costs. a halt. of the State, yesterday's meetIng .

totaling $4,397,000 for local road building next year. being the first under a mar- Caldwell always h.1mlmun.:
"The holiday plan was origi- ed the death of the Iee
That Is what will be left after they hate made all 1918 payments I keting agreement amendment at Neg
Justice Terrell FindsA Air Radio Operators nated for clearing up holiday James Payne, was not a l Ivnchi .
on their old road and bridge construction debts out of which they could propose separate -
fruit and putting the industry
i ing because there w as no evl-
their shares; of proceeds from two cents of-the tax on each Simile Like a Sock Strike Chance Looms 'on an equal basis for closing regulations for East Coast dense of mob action.

gallon of gasoline earmarked for debt retirement.The TALLAHASSEE [API) Equity i MIAMI [rAP] A strike of Na- during the Christmas period," growers and shippers."If i Collier's ritied a Ions; list of

other 23 counties will have no surpluses. =ea in court is "not an elusive thing :, tional Airlines radio operators he said. "If we use it with that we permit too great a definitions to prove the con

*: i Indian Rifer
regulations theentire
Lee Seeks Office City Manager NamedGAINESVILLE often as evident as a "missing tool, we'll be better off. lynching.The .
when a resumption of negotiations marketing; agreementwill
[ A P ] II. FORT LAUDERDAI 'corn tooth the Florida Supreme :' between members of the ra- J. J. P.inish! Jr.. Titusullr, blow up," warned "Saiir- magazine had rvprmted
Carlton M. Rolxrts 4\:< Court ruled yesterday representing the Indian Ills er of
f APJ nlan. part a statement in whirti the
A. Lee 31
attorney, announced :
director of public: work and r The court in an opinion by dio union and company officials section on the "shippers', committee Regulating for tangerines the Governor said "the ordeal of
yesterday that he City Engineer of Asburywould lusure! Glenn Terrell, reversed broke down at the outset. The opposed any holidaybut committees recommended that bringing a young ;and innocent

be a candidate for Park N. J., has!' been named 1 FEDERAL JUDGE William J H Broward County Circuit Court. radio operators refused to withdraw toted with the majority for the Dec 22-.Ian. 11 period the victim of attack into open court
State Comptroller in the 1918 Fort Lauderdale City Man denied Order and reinstated a lien in writing, a strike notice when ballots were cast. minimum grade be a combina- and subjecting her to detailed
Barker I above I -
general elections. ager. I yesterday brought by Robert L. Weed filed Nov. 22 after the National Some of those opposed said tion containing CO per cent U. S.No. cross examination bdefense
II I I a Florida Power Corp. request against owners of Gulf Stream Mediation: Board urged the notice they believed the holiday would 1 fruit, with the exceptionof counsel could easily be as-: great:
i for injunction againstthe Park for archtecture work in be withdrawn. leave the markets to Cali- the
DOOMED stined to be killed or seriously an open Indian River, where current an injury as original crime.
4 Pinellas County Utility 1030 for the old Hollywood fornia and Texas fruit but regulations allowing shipmentof This fact probably accounts for a
One of every three children injured in traffic if traffic acci- Jockev Club. Mmard F. Miller U. S. of number of
Board declaring questionof duPont Lease OkayedTALLAHASSEE Dept. No. 2 grade fruit meeting klillng1)1' Ivnchings
born In the United States is'de-i dents continue to increase. any I i I, Agriculture representative, said combination grade color require- which might otherwise be avoid.ed. .
shouldbe
the boards I
legality
[AP] A (lease: ."
California had already cut its ments will be continued.
Manufacturer Dies
settled in the State courts. Tool i giving the E. I. duPont De Ne- shipments to.. 385 cars for this I The minimum size retrio --

CONVALESCENT PATIENTS ONLY I I I WEST PALM BEACH [AP] I mours Co. the right to mine I week to prevent overloading the I', tlon on tangerines was left at I
Club Henry J. Hinde, 84, retired !I newly-found ilmenite deposits on I I markets. 210 to the half box throughout
26 Private Rooms 8 With Bath 'Your Today Toledo Ohio machine tool manufacturer |the Camp Blanding reservation Oranges packing 288 to the the State.
Steam Heated I ORLANDO: Rotary Club. CofC Bldi. and Winter resident of and process them at a projected box
Automatic Hot Water 12 15 p m CtTitan Club. Southland Res i standard 1 3-5 bushel were Recommending regulations for
24 Hour Nursing Service taurant. 12 15 p m Seminole EncampmentNo Palm Beach for 30 years died $1 million plan was approved by released;: for interstate shipmentfor Temple oranges for the first
Wholesome Food Elks 13" LodEr IOOF.II Fraternal p.m Bids,8pm. Elk. >. yesterday at a local hospital. the State yesterday. the first time this.season in time this season, the commit- .

All Patients Under Personal Supervision of Their AVON PARK Rotary Club. Jacaranda 'grade and size regulations voted tees proposed that the minimum
I Hotel 12 15 p m for the three- grade for be the
U.
Own Physician BARTOW: Rotary Club. Masonic Temple. by the committees shipment S. i
12 05 pmDAYTONA I Brahman Sale Entries Sifted week period. Dec. 22 to Jan. 11. No. 2 required in the combina-

muto Clubhouse.BEACH 1215: Kiwanis II m Club. Pal- So far size 230 oranges are the tion pack. No size restriction /d 1Y4nO4 t
EU3TI3 Kiwanl Club Grand View Hotel [Special to Orlando Mm,ng Sentine'1' tow: c. II Be\ ille. Bushnell: Norris smallest that have been shipped. were recommended. ..
12 15 p m OCALA-Only 29 head of regis- Cattle Co., Ocala; Durrance Except in the Indian Rifer Grapefruit regulations were
KISSIMMEE: CSWV. 7pm
:
Sunnyside Convalescent Home LEESBURO: Rotary Club Civic Center. tered Brahmans will be auc- Ranch Brighton; Frank Bass. !'section orange going out of left as they now are for the HEW YORK
12 15 p m tioned in connection with the Wauchula; Henry O. Partin and the State between Dec. 22, three-week period. They permit '
SANFOROKiwani* Club. CofC 12:10
2600 KUJIL AVENUE ORLANDO, FLORIDA fourth annual Southeastern Sons Kissimmee: W. E. Oxley when current regulations; expire shipment of fruit grading as low .HAVAHAJACKSONVillE
TELEPHONE 5143 11mST.. CLOUD Business Men'i Club. 8 Brahman breed show and sale Brooksxille; J. A. Barthle and and Jan. 4 must. at Iea..tmeet as U. S. No. 2 Russet in the following .

pm WINTER PARK: Lions Club. CoC Bid, here Jan. 6-9, it was disclosed Sons. San Antonio; A. Y. Carlton the requirements! of a minimum sizes: White
6 30 pm yesterday by R G. Herrmann, Sarasota; Whaley Co., St. Cloud: combination grade pack containing seeded, 80; white seedless, 96, '

superintendent of this livestock :M C. Stallworth, Jr., Vinegar 60 per rent U. S. No. and pinks, 126. New ;Orleans, Miami, all Florida
event Bend, Ala.; G. W. Mann, Bartow: -- -- -- -

I The animals were selectedby I'olk Brahman Farms, Winter Lid.. to "rlusw. rmrtttWHOO ttt rt 5:15: Muhy Thru /Nlsy ABCs Youget.v ryffcMgwhenyou fly National
a sifting committee from Haven; A. McArthur, Fernan- spud. comfort convenience, courteous
the Southeastern Brahman dma; A. Z. Olliff, Wanchula; | fU l Y service. AO recognized air travel cord

Breeders Assoc." composed of River Ranch, Bascom; L. M. Carl- ff accepted.See you travel agent or eel

O. I. Partin, KUsimmce!' chair. ton, Wauchula; Stockbridge and Provide for Tomorrow's Security i 8828
Blackwell, Sarasota; E. W. Wil!
LJ. S. Harris Bartow
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\ V. Carlton, Sarasota; Lamar r,0 r .
Beaucharnp, Winter HaT ham Brothers, Belle Glade. Savings Account and Regularly 1 I l
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'4iti chosen are regarded as indicativeof
'I' It' The entries represent 22 herds. I the high quality demanded THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK AT ORLANDO +I 1 1
Consignors are Russell Farmer, by the sifting committee. Breed-
'/ ""'*ar lW-_ \Vauchula; T. P. Caires Jr., ers had offered approximately Capital and Surplus One Million Dollars \
.e I MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
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Luther Poling, athletic BOB director HAYES of :Marshall College, Orlando Five Captures Opener Horton ResignsAs

sends down a report that at least 49 Huntington, W. Va., Bid k
At Boxer's
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Tangerine Poling Bowl reported game that this New the Huntington Year's. Elks Club had I Lambeau May Be New Don Pilot; rTigers 5ubdueSanford Head CoachOf

chartered a 49-passenger DC-4 plane to bring them to the game. For 30 Per CentBy

The Marshall athletic boss also added the terse comment, '
AAC Clubs Draft College Talent
Many plan trip for game," in his telegram. Texas Aggies
37-17
GAYLE TALBOT I NEW YORK f rAP] Benjamin F. Lindheimer the Los Angeles
Sol Strauss
NEW YORK [API] ,
Local Elk Club officials yesterday reported that fully one- Dons. would neither confirm nor deny yesterday that Earl L.

quarter. if not one-third, of available tickets for the game were of whose a writ dander declared rises at with the desk-drop I [Curly) Lambeau, veteran coach of the Green Bay Packers of the Orlando High: School got its OU FCK: STATION' Tox

already sold. thumping emphasis yesterdaythat rival National League, would teach the All-America Dons next year 1917-48! basketball campaign off 'I I PI Homer H Norton who

Fact that as many as one-fourth of the tickets are gone now Jersey Joe Walcott eithercan I and stole the spotlight from the circuit's second annual draft of to a successful start by defeat- guIded! Texa:; A&M Coi'rgp
insures a good crowd for the game. fight Joe Louis again next & college talent."CURLY" ing a pair of out-manned Sanford nail destinies! to glorious b l cr>t.

We'll hate at least 10,000( paring customers. here for the June for 20 per cent of the net Lindheimer, however, did say teams in a one-sided!'; doubleheader and later to despondent! until receipts or remain in Camden. X that four coaches were under consideration I'I !';session!'; played before an estimated !'; yesterday head '
nocturnal tilt, since tickets \\on't really begin to mote \ as i
J., with his memories.Sol for the job Dud De- crowd of 500 fans at the after 14 :}'eus.; .
..
the two teams arrhe on the scene around Christmas Pay. : ,.
month Previously high school last
acting ahead of the 20th groot gave up a ago. -i gymnasium '5 His'; resignation will hp
< 'nee
When football ardents get a glimpse at the quality and size of i he had been quoted as night.

the two teams, then they'll really start beating a path to the ticket I Century very much Sporting as though Club he, sounded meantit. saying that the new Don mentor I The Tiger junior varsity wal- effective A4M: authorities Sept. 1. said ISMS,a an-i"TTar Tx*:?.

booth for their ducats. I lie is an irritated barrister likely would come from the Mid loped the Sanford "B" team, 52-6 LATEST PHIL ACQUISITION: tory settlement" had been i t' "ihxi .
west.' in the preliminary tussle and The Philadelphia' Phillies
I ; I pur- ,
he feels hurt his
Additionally, deeply on contract which 'it-(;>
but get a chuckle out of the novel Christmas!" Coach Sam Porter's"Tiger:: varsity chased f, rst base and outfield
Couldn't help that Jersey Joe and his official Irau, who is Ticeprecident not have expired until SoptNorton's :
Card mailed down by George Barr, the veteran National League family have turned on him after general: manager and outfit thumped the Celery Fed insurance yesterday when they (0)0..

umpire who gets his umpire school going up at Sanford next : he gave them their big opportunity. head coach of the Packers !said to the attraction.I tune of 37-17. in the featured acquired Roy Cullenbme, 33, I pay was approxiniatfly -

month. I in Green Ray that he had not |;I i iI fabovel from the Detroit Tigers I $10.000 per *ea!"on, and
Gt'Orgt''ho'e been in the big leagues ever since :19.11: hacn'tlost i been approached by anyone: regarding I I vaf"liity encounter start1 therl'"trf' that disgruntied
Neer.never.never"! he
exploded for a price in excess of the reports -
his sense' of humor-even if umpires do catch Hail Columbia. the 1918 season' and j 1: ed out to be a nlp-and-tuck af- Ii school,
when asked if there was 1 of ; alumni of the
His card shows an umpire in full working regalia, halo about any rhanre lie Mould relent that rumors' "I "ill leal' Green :: fair when Fred !SiegrUt and waiver figure $10,000. had raised a fund to buy off

his head, sailing through the air on the biggest pair of "angel's" and grant WalcoU the 30-30 Kay are ha"'rtl l on unfounded Britt Simms staged a (no-nian his contract and dismiss him

wings the card would stand and bearing a big wreath around a split in the spoils| he is demanding i farts which could hate originated i- scoring duel, but the Tigers; I .,
; in Green Bay." | although they lacked polish! D. W. Williams, chairm--:
with bout with the Lee Awarded
baseball emblazoned "Greetings. for a return
.
I and saw only a very small the college athletic coum 1 ai-'
ht'a"'wf'ight champion. The Los stockholders
Angeles percentage of their field goals cepted Norton's resignation:

Charles Cro/ier of Clermont, a Florida alnmnu., I Is personally "Certainly," he conceded, "we t.L i engaged in the verbal fencing connect, roared hark with a Reliable sources were cti 1,1 -' *

ready to do his bit toward getting Florida High School stars to I had a written agreement that with reporters after the draft !strong !second half attack that that an attempt will he n.r '

Gainesville. He mailed over a copy of a letter he had written :i they would split 30-30( in a return -T meeting, in which Anthony wrapped up the contest Big Ten TitleTAMPA secure Maj. Bob Key land '1.:1'
I IRkippy] Minisi of Pennsylvania's -
i in the event Walcott
fight won
Coach Bear Wolf opened as follows: I Simms paced the local coach at the University of Tennessee
unbeaten team, was'; the first sharpshooters -
the title. It's right here in my !': Norton's suc'c('--'-"-
interested In
"As a Florida alumnus, I'm naturally vitally ;desk. But Walcott didn't win the player chosen. He was'; picked '; with three field goals : [AP] .Jimmy Hughes, Others mentioned -.!>
as p'h
"The Fightin Gators." It always burns me up to see these decision. Louis did, and he's still by DeGroot, flown here to aid in and five free throws for 11 president, \ of the Big Ten Conference ties for the job were "Pum' \\ 11 i
son-of-a-guns from Georgia and elsewhere come down here and I the drafting of player'; for the points, one point better thanSanford's announced yesterday the
the champion and entitled to thechampion's son of Sam Houston!'; Statp 'J 1. 'hers
snatch our best' high school talent." share." orphaned Chicago Rockets. : Siegrist!: accounted for Robert f;. Lee Generals of Jacksonville '
at Huntsville Tcr: i'
Crozier went on to recommend to Wolf the twin linemen on I j Strauss said he had seen none The draft was secret but it was,; Merry Donnie Cloud tossed!'> who in seven and have been awarded the Berry of East! Texas s' to at

the Clermont High eleven this past season, Harold and Gene Far- :, of the Walcott crowd since the determined<< that Bobby I ayne of wee a neat floor Dyer to boot chippedin hit annual I football championship ,I (Commerce: Siki Sikes of thc' i m'
linemen who played ball for the To\a!" was the Xo. f choice i of the game tmiliT the Dickinson svstem.Hughes of ."
mer, a pair of rargy ISO-pound : night of the fight 11 clays ago, itlie rim for six' : bunts, in Orlan versity Georgia and H. v
I who coach of Plant
I :. i1>?
LAMBEAU
Hilltoppers, and who both were picked on the first two All-Central when he went to Jersey Joe's Baltimore Colts: Harry Gilmer of do's Itehalf. Stiller, now an assistant!" to Nur-
I ? XtalKima and Dan Rdwanta: ofJGoorgin High. said }l-e's rating was 2'12.:
Florida Conference teams. dressing room to congratulate . changing jobs 1 Bill Cilmnrtin's Baby Tigers ton.
,; were the first two choices No tea iii w.is aide tu finish
him on his great showing. All he -
I settled down in a long first half
: the season unbeaten. The (it'nf'1."I. -
One of this column's oldest friends in Winter Park. and a real knows since then is what he has of the Brooklyn Dodgers and to score at will over the outclassed !'> .. fell lf >re Andrew Jackson '

sportsman' if there ever was one, got all riled up over the fact not read in the papers. lie refusedto that Lowell Tew, also! of Alabama ; I Sanford youngsters. Bob Bis- : of Jacksonville In one of Washington .
I Syndicate Eyes was the top pick of the
one lineman with the Winter Park Wildcats<< Central Florida Con- discuss Felix Bocchicchio, the New York Yankees I hard with 10 points and John the season's' biggest! upsets.!

ference co-champions, was named to either the first or second all- Camden promoter who appears'; to Pattillo with eight paced the The Lee team staked' a firm Rookie

league teams. have emerged belatedly as.al- Los Angeles, San Francisco, 'junior varsity!'; scorers. 1 1i I'I'I claim on any !State! title by Buys
cott's chief spokesman. Buffalo and Cleveland: refused: to
He asked that his letter of complaint be published whichwe Lions PurchaseDETROIT i SANFORD (17) I ORLANDO (37). I II 1 whipping:: the previously. un. i NEW LONDON. Conn f lAP>
I reveal their selections althoughthe I f i ft til f it IISifertM
"Should I to them with '
would go my I I 1 beaten Miami Stingaref' \ The conditional sale of Outfielder
aren't going to do-and we believe he'll agree publication Browns. two-time l 5010 Cloud f 311Cooptr ,
hat in hand? Sol shouted. championsof I I
2 04 Flovrri.f
my
000Krrtnt :
I Second place was won by Hills- Joe Pendleton for
useful an unannounced -
serve no purpose. "I not. Walcott wants to the young loop, admitted getting \ .t 000 Lron ( 2 0 4MsCaU.e
say borough with 20 points and third sum to
A 0 0 Dukrs f 2 1 5 Washington
The fact Winter Park In seven conference games gave up fUPl seven-man "some halfbacks and guards .,.
fight for the championship again Y t r (I 0 0 Dntrr 0 0 0 place went to St. Petersburg and I Nationals of the American
only 14 points to opponents certainly bespeaks a fine forn'ardwall. I he will have to come to me and syndicate including Walter O. that we thought we needed." Thor'M I c 0 0 OStmnwe 3 S 11 '
Dunbar.( 113 amlwra.o 0 0 OBnwrn Jackson of :Miami with a tie League was annO'.tncedester'-
Jr.. met yesterdayin
9 and a record that probably cannot be matched within the : accept my terms. He not only [Spike 1 Briggs: The Yankees! twice winnersof .m 0 0 O Strvrns t 124 rating of 19.16.Jefferson! I day by Owner-Pres Ted Lavianoof
the first of two conferences
Thomas I 000 Shirk I t 000 ,
will
circuit. [ have to take 20 percent culminate in the the Eastern! division and D .r.. 3 2 II I i of Tampa finished the New Londcn Raiders of

But the conference all-star selection system rests with the but he will have to sign a which might of the Detroit Lions of twice beaten by Cleveland in Ross.,. 0 000Reed. 0 0 ';,fourth with 1875; and three the Class B Colonial Baseball
purchase I
coaches, and no amount of post-mortem rumpus now could alter I contract to defend the title for |: the National Football League the playoff game,also announced Tota118 1; I teams-Plant of Tampa, Orlandoand I League. ,
the 20th Century Club in the Totals 14 37Scor
the situation. the signing of Pete ayden, Jacksonville tied for fifth
: from Fred Mandel Jr., of Chicago. : by periods: Pendleton, who Is 18 came to
The Wildcat linemen will just'; have to get their glory out of event he wins. ,; I !star of the 1911 Texas team Sanford .___. .-.__-.__ 81113 17-17Orlando with 15.7 points. New London last season from a

their own record and hear in mind the fact it's'; easier for a weaker I "If he doesn't! I'm not just!'> whose father the who played service' football Personal fouls Cooper 4. 8 MrCall.14 29 37-37 Yates Other ratings were: Landon of ;, !semi-pro team at Jenkins. Ky He

team's one outstanding lineman to gain recognition than it i is! for 1 threatening when I say there will Briggs !'; owns during::; the war and who haC'Onrl'ntratf'd Dunbar, 2, Bowen t, Thomas. Dukes, Simms Jacksonville. 15; :Miami Edison batted .310: and was an outfield
baseball club ad-
several good linemen on a stronger team to get themselves singledout '; t he another man in the ring with I I mitted Detroit that Tigers'the on baseball !since 2 Stevens throws 4. Dyer m!..xedStrarlxt.Rovs.Free : Cooper. Mc- 11:25: and Lakeland 10. | mainstay.
plan-
for honor. Louis next June. Joe mentionedGus j group was I V-J lay Call 3, Thomas, Dunbar 3. Boven, Flowers. Hughes announced In connec--
Lesnevich. He's not the only :, ning to buy the football team Dukes Stmms. Stevens 2, Dyer, Ross 2. tion with Big Ten affairs Whitey
.
----- further -| Traded to the St. Louis baseball! Officials Boell and Kirkland.Lesnevich's
refused disclose 1
but
I to any
There's
one. Olle Tandberg and I McLucas: again would handle the MERCURY
.
Browns by the Boston Red Sox
ITCHINGKNOCKED Ezzard Charles and Joe Basik. details. j conference basketball officials'
I OUTBOARD
Caldwell & Harvey Remember, I'm the one who gave Lyle Fife, president cf an electrical -i I recently, ayden decided to return BystepOf office in Jacksonville.Big '; MOTORS
OUT I Walrott his' chance and firm said that i to football. lie has worked SALES & SERVICEHAGOOD
| ; everyone yesterday'smeeting Ten teams must play at
Are thai. ttthlBca aatttif TOO enirTK Modern Home Appliances said I was crazy. One writer said was for the purpose of !with theYankees for the past!'; Charles For Fox least 12 league: games'; to be eligible !- BROS.
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& &m.lr pouaa-lT? Itchlac, c = Itehuf.plmpla SALES & SERVICE I should be thrown in jail for "crystalizing our ideas." A second few veeks'; and will he used l primarily for the title, Hughes also an ,
1 : j
UchlBf. atoaquitAbitM. bites of as a passer.'; He was the Produces Fireworks 224 W. Pine Phone 9661
any kind of 7"'D"iRA .Hrbiac. If ao nacalor T u'3 appreciate oar service department charging $30. Now what do they |I meeting is scheduled to be : nounced. !
of the Texas team the i
HOBSON OIXTWBTT.And ? held before Jan. 1. i ace year
doi wit*- Pd kaa*. ,rki CONSULT them about say
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'. akin aafe. RADIO and WASHING MACHINE Spec Sanders, the AAC's leading I [ ]
kanda.' or tor* your Would
teach. hI:81'O':8 PERMA-ZSUA. OOrfMINT. ; ; Repairs. "Why should Walcott think i With Briggs and Fife in the ground gainer this season; '; was a Lesnevich, the veteran Cliffside, Proposed Ruling : DEPENDABLE
Lat It "knock thaa Itching! coH-'.. nil EDGEWATER PRo he's worth more than 20 deal are Charles T. Fisher, a :, N. J. battler, will give
and aalp Heal eon akla or eon acalp. 1' percent substitute!'> with the Southwest :young List Round Winners !
nay, -ba dallfhtful! aurpruad. I'M only aadirattad PHONE 2-1972 ORLANDO ? That's what Billy Conn i banker; Harry \\ smer, radio executive j Conference eleven. Billy Fox a second crack at his TYPEWRITERRepairs
labal. A k for HOBSON
ERMA-ZEUA oa OIMTUINT> .... _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ got for fighting Louis the srr-, and announcer; Arthur ; Forbes. University ofi Ii light-heavyweight title in a :Mar. ALBANY. N. Y. [AP] State and Serric
-- I ond time and that was a $100 Hoffman and William Downey, i Bobby ;5 bout at New York's Madison Sen. Fred A. Young said yesterday !: On AU Standard MikesHQWELL'S
:Max vice-presidents of a drug chain, i Florida halfhack8!; among he was preparing legislation -
fight. 20 Garden it
Srhmeling got Square was disclosed OFFICE MACHINES
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and he was a former champion.Is dent of a brewery.Price 'I The announcement, made hereby championship! boxing in New
Walrott *, I York announce at the end of
worth more than "" Frank [Blinkyj] Palermo, ,
each round who it.
these two?" National MeetsAt Fox's manager, came as a dis-'; won Finest Line of
Loop The Lowville Republican said
\ Paces : I tinct surprise, since Joe Louis
Strauss pointed out that, in he thought the much-criticized CIGARS-PIPES,
Pittsburgh Friday I had said last night that Lesne- '
order to hike Walcott's 20
cut to I decision in the recent Louis-
cent from the 15 he receivedfor vich might be his next foe in aheavyweight > LIGHTERS J
per I PITTSBURGH [AP] The an- Walcott heavyweight title fight
the first bout they were reducing nual National Football League I in June. championship bout pointed up a need for such legis- 9 gars Discount by the Box

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Wilson Bros., woven Madras.Pin i accept this demotion, even Morgan Price with a net Friday, Dec. 19, in Chicago, two Larry Atkins angrily said
I I though he did hang onto his score of 79; took low net honors days before the original date of I last night that Gus'; Lesnevich is .
Stripes, Stripes or Solid afraid to fight Ezzard Charlesin Football CrownThe .
in the Orlando Women's Golf
crown by a split decision. Strauss; i the championship!'; game. I VICTORYHAT
Colors, also regular or button ''I'' said, also,that he was prepared ''Assn.'; 18-hole medal play full However the Eastern playoff a bout for the light heavyweight - South Side grade school

collars. $3.95. to give Walcott a slice of the radio i handicap play at Orlando Country between the Philadelphia Eagles championship. touch football all-stars captured

profits the next time a sum 1 Club yesterday. and Pittsburgh Steelers set for That's about the only I con- the annual North-South cham

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doubt that there will be a second 1 Robert Coffey turned in a 94 to has another fight coining David Collins scored both TD's cti1 IJl Sooth .

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Siwacki's Catch RatedGridiron's In '47NEW Spahn's Earne Run Average Was Best In NL1




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\ i Wednesday, December 17, 1947 Telephones ;:- 4161 or 3-1681 rlanu0 burning SrntinrI Page-9 !I


YORK (EAPI] The acrobatic, shoestring catch which Bill Giant RookieProduced .0 -- -

Swiacki, Columbia's all-America Flankman, made of a Gene :

Rossides pass in the end zone early in the fourth period of the Armed Voted Leo Probable

Army game was both the most decisive and most spectacular single

play of the 1047! college football season, in the minds of the men BestWonLost National Loop

who write up the games.
1 r
The nation's football writers, I Horse Of Year

participating in the annual Associated I O'BrienBows I I All-Star PilotNEW

Press year-end poll, voted -I MarkNEW
Swiacki's great stab an edgein YORK [UP P :> r 1

To DenmarkWith 1Wkt Frick of the National! 1 - .> -
thrills and importance overtwo In Annual PollNEW i : :: .

other incidents in which the YORK r lAP) Warren flounced yesterday sever : )-

West Point team also figured: but nine seconds of play Spahn, who came out of the I 1 is manager of t1 t. n

remaining, Buddy Densmore Army to astound baseball fans sdnej '> : YORK [API Armed. six-: Dodgers on July ;'* < C"the
Eli Tommy IJrennan's 97- in a nifty 20-footer( to / k A J
looped
National
League t t .:3C3:
in the latter part of the 1016! star of the Calumet I
year-old
yard return of the opening give the Denmark Sporting proved his L I k. A Y Wk1 annual all-star game .; :
season, performancewas Farm was proclaimed "horse of
_ _ kickoff that sent Noire Dame Goods a hard-earned 34-32 American
cagers
League
winging to a 27-7 victory over victory over O'Brien Pharmacy no flash in the pan by post- I I I_: : the year" yesterday in a poll There had been ;5: , ,. i

Army.T(2) in the lidlifter ot a Class A I ing the National best earned run average :_ conducted hv: the Turf and Sport as to whether Burt >-" . r :3
League pitchers the honor he
among Digest attaining
League twin bill at Davis Armory piloted the Dodgei to T. "\
Rowan's touch- I :'
( ) Rip 91-yard I during the 1947 season. barely missed last year when he .
run for Army in the Navy I last night. I The husky 25-year-old left- _? .. S tional League pennant I -3
Denmarkers _ _ wa voted runner-up to Assault.Of
The win enabled the _S c- .5 Durocher, whoa=: --- i
21 ; < gas
Game, which the Cadets won, I O'Brien for first I hander of the Boston Braves the 173 racing writers who .,
deadlock -
to of the '
Dodgr--
c
to 0.Swiacki's. finished the recent campaignwith ) in the 151 of manager
I p.tt.t i urinated poll.
re-I \
place. In the nightcap, a his years Sl1SpE'n"jnr: t f
catch led to Columbia's -, a 2.33 mark, according to th..mast their ballots for the
Hard--
serveless tired Bumby would lead the "v ,
21-20 conquest of an Army remarkable the final official averages!' I 'alumet gelding while Citation, game
ware team staged a League Club.In .
team that hadn't been beaten in
32 over a three-year comeback as they posted a 20-1 !Spahn: who won 21 games a stablemate, received eight the past the manager; of

games span. point fourth quarter to down and lout 10, also pitched the S votes. Stymie seven Bewitch the previous year's pennant
Columbia moved down to the
the JajCees. 42-33. I most innings, :29O! fared the : r'4t four and Assault three.
29 and Gene Ros. ides cut loose, winners alnaji' have led the
with a pass aimed at Swiacki in DENMARK (34) 1 SRIEN (32)Rollins to Calumet hordes' in four
f f 1 f ft the most shutouts, seven.The Italtlr, which will be stacod:
the end zone. A catch appeared Haur.t : ;It Fs7.f : 0 'c: I of the fhe detUions. Citation this

impossible. But Swiacki made a C.sh..eU.t 0 0 0 Wellm.n.t 0 1 1 lanky star yielded only \ia named best among: thetworirol year at Sportsman's. Park
diving sliding stab at the ball Densmore.f 5 llllJArnotdZ 3 3 9 21."i: hits and 87 runs. of which St. IxuiN. in a l coltand
S.mP5on.t 0 0 01 Moteh.f 0 0 0Propps.c < gelding; .
and speared: it with one hand fora 0 2 C.br1..e' 1 U 2 7.1ere earned. lie also fanned and Itewitrh topped tlir two- July 11."We
Columbia touchdown. Army'was Reese.c 2 0 K..llS'.e 0 0 0 123 batters in becoming the first have no wan kr.:=r':j-'
L SoOthE 0 1 1 H.ncock r 3 1 7Hudson. I )'I'ar.old fillies.In whether Shotton :11'! '.. .
\\ : oe a- -
lead the in
Branto
stunned by the blow and a .. 1 0 2Swmonn.' 1 1 3leImn.I league earned addition to taking the "horseof
} 1 0 2 KIetnteIter.g 2 0 4 I IKoU. runs since Jim Turner able at that timene t -nmanaging
few minutes later Columbia I .. 0 0 OTyleri 0 0 0 performed '' "' *''ft > Kn-. the't'ar" title Armed was
marched: back for another touchdown I ___ I the trick in 1037.! CLASS A FAVORITES: The O'Bnen Pharmacy ; the Dodge: en 'L'y
Totals ---I 14 6 34! Totals 13 632 Rookie Larry Jansen of the Front row left tog' Jim Kelly., Jupe named first among four-year-olds 13 will be the man \v"" o c:-__..3
and the conversion that i I Class A basketball 'league entry, shown above, ; and upward. Arnjed, who won "
Score bS' periods: New York Giants wound Arnold| Ed J Motch Jerry Cabne and "Hank" our all-stars, Frick sad:
. 6 8 11 9-34'' up
meant victory. I ISwia'ki's Denmark 1 11 of 17 this while fin-
o ScIon '____ 2 13 8 8-32 with the best won-lost percentage and composed of Rollins College players, is Smothers. Back rdw, Coach Tim Tyler, Harry races year There has been no '; second four times and
ishing
football effort was .808, thus becoming the first in the Amcru.m I I' (Second Game) I the favorite team in the current flag chase. Hancock, "Smiley" Wellman and Pete Fay. third once, earned $376.325; to
rated on par with the Jtrt'atcatch JAYCeES (33) I May (42) hurler other than a St. Louis for its all star putt w;U be

rookl'n's1 Gionfrid- fgfttl fgfttl Cardinal to do so since 1942.! break his own record for horses :, Bucky Harris, who led tne New

do made of Joe IMMageio's tremendous a S..oford.f 0 1 0 2 0 4 Klmbl..f Pott.r.f 4 4 4 5 12 13T.e.f I I I over three years old. I York Yankees to thr unr circuit

blow in the !sixth BrazlH.f 'I 0 14 R Morrls.c S 1 11 Jansen won 20 games: and Marshall Engineers Three-Way First place among the thrt>e'earolht pennant and the wcild's

game of the last World St'rit's.Brennan's P.nmnston.f 0 0 0'M Arnold.r 1 1 1 1 3 3 lost! only fiie for the liomeriin went to C. V. Whit championship last season!
3 0 6IH.lts.1J
J Whlt.k.r.r
hilling Giants and his ney's Phalanx the colt who
9 0 0 0 lay
touchdownrun C s..oford.1J 4 1 Uoddanur
opening D Whit.... 0 0 01Tot.l. 3.1G earned run maik is i .Ilieseventh Player Shift For Catawba Game finished second in the Kentucky
for the Irish
against Armyreceived
15 ; 3iiTotals: 5 1242 l est! in _the loop. Derby and third in the Preak- Paces
: many votes.Tex I Score bS' periods: Lanky Ewell Blarkwell of the rrr=- '" O'-ndo' '.krnQ, SPP') '1P1!] ness. Apps
__ 3 8 14 10-33
JayC.es IirXTlXGTON W. Ya.-CoJC'h Roy Straight of Marshall Col--
Bumby 11 10 1 20--42 Cincinnati Reds captured mostof
Hughson Doing Officials. Kern Davis .nd George s".rtout. the remaining slab" honors. lesflig! Green yesterday engineered a three-way player shift In Former 'Horseman' Rates

Fine After - -- Blackwell finished second to pieparation for their Tangerine Bowl clash with Qitawba Collegein
,I Operation : -- NHL ScorersMONTREAL
Michigan Over Irish
Sjwhn in the earned: run table Orlando, Fla.ew! Year's Night. j
BOSTON (LAP) Red Sox Pitcher -
Tex had AddedTo with a 2.47 mark. lie won the Stewart moved Hob Sang. 185-imuml tackle. to the blocking l'lews I MEMPHIS [APJ] Harry Stuhl- ,
Hughson
an
tion on his ailing pitching opera-arm most games 22, fanned: the most hack position; shifted: Back DonH - --- -- I dreher, of Notre Dame "Four l lI [rPJ] Syl Apps

yesterday and is "doing fine" : hatters, ia3, and pitched the Gibson, 179, to left end, and proI I Van Led By HAROLD E5CH I i' Horsemen" fame, ranks Michi- ,: captain and center of the Ieag".eleading : -
most complete 23. Black- Cuyk I gan as slightly stronger than
the club announced. The an- games moted Jim Plybon, huge 330- i Toronto Maple Lea's,
well also hung a 16-game win- Frank Leahy's Irish who are .1
nouncement said Dr. George Ben- Hen Slate up The Peabody Shuffleboard led the National Hockey League
ning streak and hurled the only pound reserve tackle to Bang'sleft Eastern Shore currently regarded as national''
I individual scoring yesterday for
nett of the staff of Johns Hop I Club will play a team match here
no-hit, of the Na- tackle slot. champions. The Wisconsin !
no-run game I, the second straight week des-
kins removed tissue and small '
a I tional's season when he blanked Hurlers In 47 in Orlando on Saturday Dec 27. coach gave the nod to the Woli I
piece of bone from Hughson's NEWARK. Del f tAPI] The University Stewart said he expected I I I pite a knee injury which kept
the Braves, 6-0 on June 18. The local club was represented I i verines "because they use two
him out of the Toronto-Boston:
elbow and that Hughson would Delaware will and play: I IGibson's ;;
of play an Sang's weight defensive SALISBURY, Md. [APJ) Chris
Trailing Spahn and Blackwellin Beach differently styled teams, one for ,
with 15 teams at Daytona Bruin
Sunday.
he able to leave Union Memorial football schedule next I game
eight-game speed and blocking abil- II I
the earned run ratings were Van Cuyk. towering left-hander I f offense and another for de-
Hospital in Baltimore, Md., in a starting Sept 25 with Penn last week Saturday but were unable Apps added one assist: to
few days. i! year Military College. Ralph Branca, Brooklyn, 2.67; ity; and Plybon's ponderous size I from Appleton, Wis., who won to play because of bad fense. boost his total points to 2T: ,

Dutch Leonard, Philadelphia to strengthen the Marshall line : 25: and lost two for the pennant while Elmer Lach. Montreal
I Rollins College of Winter Park, 2.68, and Murry Dickson, St. eather. Harrell To Conduct Canadiens center, jumped into
I Statistic show that . December the for the Catawba clash. I I winning Cambridge, Md., Dod-
Fla. is the only newcomer on
Louis 3.06.Sllahn's. defeated
I The DeLand shufflers
I
I is the Most Hazardous Month for The driven indoors by gers of the Class: D Eastern i the runner-up spot with 26, and
Blue liens' card. The Tars replace squad Forum
I Fires due to Xmas Decoration . hill mate, Johnny Shore Baseball League, walked: Orlando for the second time this, I Weekly Boxing Maurice [The Rocket] Rn.' :i"d:
Check Your U Franklin and Marshall Col-- rain and sleet the two days, I Ii '
I Insurance and see you past
Sam i off with most of the honors t\ Jim Harrell, Optimist Club of Montreal were deadlocked in
I are fully covered . The will be playedat along with Kranca, Jansen fall by 30 to 27 in DeLand a week
lege. game Rlarknell and I'ahn'a... will leave next Monday for Or- when the official 1047! averageswere i sports chairman and former boxer third place with 23 points earh,

I Geiger Mutual Ins. AgencyZU Orlando Fla.Delaware's the only other pitcher to Min lando, where they will put on finishing ,' announced yesterday.Van ago. State Pres. George Swasey will conduct his weekly box- while Ted Lindsay and Jim Mr-

home games will 20 or more games. ain won touches for the game in amore j Cuyk had the best earnedrun 'tells us that a full schedule of ing forum for Orlando Boys' Club Fadden, the Detroit Red \V .":.g

1_ _I. Orange Ave. Phone 2JJ be played in Wilmington. The 21 and lost 12, the same figure favorable climate.Kissimmee a\'erage-l.H-was! tops in ,tournaments ha. been prepared members today at Davis Armory offensive pair, were brarkcted:

schedule: : Sept 2:>, P. I.C.: Oct 2, compiled by Branca. strikeouts with 279. and set a | for 1918 and \ JI be released during a 630-7:30: : p.m. period. fourth with 22 points apiece.

Maryland; 9, at Western Mary- new league record by chalkingup I
land: 16, Bucknell; 30 Muhlen- Ken Trinkle, relief artist of Battles [ soon.
eight shutouts. lie had five
RAY 0 It BURNERS berg; Nov. 6. at Gettysburg; 13, the Giants, appeared in the one-hitters and four two-hitters. .:\ We received word yesterday :'

at Rollins; Washington and most games, 62, and finished the Ramblers Friday Carroll Barringer, Dodger I. that the New Smyrna Lawn Grand Circuit F i purses Increased

Lee. most, :38. Branca started: the right bander ranked second with I'Bowling Club has rejoined the

most, 36, and hit the most bat- [frT: < -iol' to Orlando Mom' ng Sentinel] I American Lawn Bowling Assn., 1
22 wins and six losses and an I
Purses for the dition Saliva
CHICAGO [API to the tests
alreadx
ters, 6. Schmitz of Kissimmee
Johnny KISSIMMEE The i in the
back
goodi
and
is one again
I' earned run average of 258. Joe
Grand Circuit Harness Racing invoked.
State Coach 1948 I
1URKS CONDENSATt Michigan Chicago lost the most games.. 18, "Ffootball team will meet the Muir, local lad who graduated i graces of the officials. This move will be increased to
while Sain yielded the most hits, formidable Orlando Ramblerswre for six-club season I
smoothes the a
Down With Pneumonia from the Central Shore amateur way
UNITS; 205 Kirby Iligbe of Brooklynand : Friday night. North Florida League for the S2,9fiO,000, Octave Blake, South I
DETROIT [AP] Forest Evahevski Pittsburgh allowed the most League was third with 13 vic Plainfield, N. J., president of the Tangerine BoWlInformation
The two teams, who meet in tories. five defeats and an earned 1MS! season as both Daytona circuit announced yesterday at ,
confined Deaconess
to ,
; ,
walks. 122 and Oscar Judd of Orlando Christmas Day, have'' run average of 2.84 with the seventh -: [Peabody] and Daytona Beach of the
Hospital with pneumonia, was Philadelphia made the the concluding meeting
most wild
records. The Orlandoanshave I have indicated their desire to
good place Rehobeth Pirates. lie '
described in condition stewards.
"improved ,
pitches, 8. won nine of 10 games and is assigned to Albany of the play. M..*'. Tangerine Bowl ticket MlH..
The distribution for the
yesterday. MichiganState Club pitching records revealed The purse information:
backfield coach entered the that the Cardinals had the nlaved a 0-0 tied in the 10th Eastern League next spring. I I, It will be the first time that 1947 season was $1,660,000.The I Game: .:IS p.m.. Jan. 1, 1945.Stadium .
most
same while Kissimmee has drop- : all six clubs have played through matE M JO, $1.M 12.40 a ad.
'I
hospital Saturday. efficient boxmen for the second 1918 season will be com-I' U.50. (including tax.)
straight The Cards fin- fonly;! one game, 7-6, to Vero Last Night's; Fights I a season and naturally providesthe prised of 16 meetings stretchingover End aone maim S1.3O (Include ta%)
year.
.. Ticket sales:
Reach and later avenged the defeat schedule maker with an eas-
ished with a 3.53 earned runaverage HARTFORD. Conn (AP Iran Jark. 140. a 26-week period opening at Mail order: Secretary, Elks Club, 4MC.
A NEW SERVICE..for with the Braves secondat with a 33-0 win.Kissimmee's of Aueusl. G. former .orld' lightweightchampion ier task in making up games.Games Santa Anita, Cal., Aprl 2, and I, Central Av., Orland.
I now trying a come-bark. outpointed Walter Becker JohnRirhert Local: Lobby, San Juan Hotel Wl-
362 and the champion Dodgers probable starting Prank Viieant.. 145'j of Thom- and yesterday Harry Hall won 17 to 11 from winding up at Aurora Downs, .I liam Cir ShSs. DIXN PackaM Stonver
Plymouth and DeSoto Owners third at 3.82.DOMESTIC. line will average 193; the back- tston here rhastnc the Connecticut Jack Kennedy of Daytona Beach Charley Illinois, Oct. 23. Jack Ho4low yWinter '>. .
field.! 18(1.Scalzi j I II tighter throughout the ten rounds. Weld and Bill Tbarer C F. Rhodes A.Lew D. The stewards voted funds to Station.Garden: Henry tritt's 11,9.IC.
defeated
Yeaton and Everett Lewis
I MIAMI (AP) Eddie Oiosa. 137. of Winter park: O' riSn'a Pharmacy.AIM .
Ouicker Efficient Convenient Philadelphia Helm.. U M. Burr and John LanU bY employ an advance publicityman
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and Max Shapiro. 134'i. NewYork at any Elks LodM in CentralFlorida.
PUMPS I Resigns Post : battled to a lO-round draw In the 16 Jim to 12.Balleny J W. Ward and Mrs Albert! whose duties will be to operate '
Coral Gables Coliseum here Rupp von 15 to 9 from Walter Niven Mrs in the Grand Circuit citiesa
STAMFORD. Conn. [AP] John I 1 J. A. Parks and Mrs J. Hanna John Roe week two in advance of the
II BROOKLYN (AP) Jimmy Warren, 136'4, or
HOME & FARM Herb. Tilley. Alan Johnson and Mrs H. F.
Si ,117i. secretary of the Colonial BrooklYn. stopped Jimmy Joyce. 136'.. Tiller defeated George Spencer Jimmy opening of the meetings.Also .
FVi!eball League announced last Gary lad at 1:50: of the fifth round of Muldoon. Albert Hupp and Mrs. J. Muldoon the Stewards
recommended -
,
S the "scheduled eight-round fttur at
HIlt that Ken Strong had resigned by 35 to 14.
II WATER SYSTEMS ; Broadway Arena I Carl Bourne. Dr. O W. Hobby. Billy Llt- urine tests for the com
as president of the Class tell defeated George Doxsee" Charley Muitt !- and trotters in ad-
II n circuit which played its first I IT'S A HABIT WITH TECH: ( and Mrs 8 E. Mice the score was peting pacers ,
SALES-SERVICE MIAMI The 1918 21 to 10. I. H Meredith teamed with John I '
,('.hon this year.CENTURY |I Orange 'McDantel to defeat J. Hanna and John I II
EASY PAYMENTS ----- Bow 1 classic with Kansas will beGeorgia Stevens by 19 to 14. Stuart Hollister. Ed I
I i' : Tech's sixth bowl trip, Clark and Lloyd Murray won 12 to 5 over and AJInQ)) ( )
Mrs E M. Cobb. Mrs. W. Q. Srodes
OIL BURNERSAND and its fourth in five years. The Mrs. L. D. Murray

Engineers played: in the 1943 WILLIAM PENH
piORIthR1PEI REPAIR SERVICE
OIL BURNING FURNACES Cotton Bowl. 1914 Sugar Bowl. Basketball ScoresNYU
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M, Connecticut 55.
MAX T. RICHARDS Bowl Syracuse 6]. Bo.ton U. 54. S-"I

Since 1328Z914 Maryland. 59 Davidson 51. OI\t A A k9 356 N. Orange
N. OR4NGB\ PHONE Z-1M3 William and Mary St, Virginia 33.
Wofford 52. Clemson 46. flAVOR-ITS PRICR
------ SOLUNAR TABLES[ Wake Forest Cl Atlantic Christian. 10.
; 1<: i """ VMI 72 Bridqewater 32. r5
St. 37.
Trinity 54. Massachusetts .
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Muhlentaerg 59. Princeton 53. I
According the Solunar :

: 1 PLAY BALL! :; tables calculated for this area 1 Ohio Nebraska U. 57.65 Xavier South 52.Dakota 34.Wesleyan READ

of the State the best times I 64, New Britain. Tchrs. 51. I v' "Should You B. AlI -
Central S3.
V1\\ o FOOT BALLS for banting; and fishing will Long Hanover Island 11. Indiana U. 67 LSU 47. lowed to Drive?" by David

be as follows with Majoi I Washington SO Bethany' 44.Muhlenberg G. Witte!.. on Page 20 of
\'! o BASKET BALLS the December 6th Saturday
R I 59. Princeton S3.Moanoke I
periods indicating the best .
51, Emory & Henry 43. Evening Post.It
rivmouth-DfSoto service is a* near as your telephone. Just o $ time and Minor periods the Maryland' 59. Davidson SB.
rail us and 1IIe will pick }our car up at home or office, performthe VOLLEY BALLS next best boors HIGH SCHOOl. answers many questionsconcerning
service you order and reform )our car promptly. There is : Orlando 37, Sanford 17. the driving of automobiles
no charge for this convenient pick-up and delivery. Try it once TENNIS RACQUETS 0 TABLE TENNIS BOXING GLOVES A. M. P. M. Mount Dora 57 Oviedo 46. .
and enjoy this timesaving, pleasant method of saving your car Winter Garden 24. Ocoee 22. 9
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i Day Min. MaJ. Win. MaJ.Wed
serviced. ERECTOR SETS ROLLER SKATESHARDWARE St. Petersburg *4, deal-water 34.
9:40: 3:50: 10:05: 4:10 IIROEYGENERAL ( (

ORLANDO FLETCHER MOTORS, INC. ; JOSEPH BUMBY CO. = Thur.MaIM 10:20 Solunar: 4:30 period: .10:45"ia.t.t: 4:50:Ito Most male birds; have their HAlL $

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??_TNATA1tIIIC RUBBISH IS WHOLE 11 MUST DECLARE. I 1 I Theta Wins Bloomer Bowl Game
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BEHAVING PECULIARW.V ......-.' 01THATS -.... DOGPATCH DOGROTCH OUT OFBOUNDS. GENERALS-HOW! ABOUT 1WELLTHEN

THANK HEAVEN THERE ..- AREA IS )ORDER MILiTARY.'.'- I'LL f THE THERE: INHABITANTS: ARE. NO ? L SLAP- E'UBLANKtJtD AN- / I Judy Baker provided thepunth cepted pass 80 yards for the oth '

ARE. NO HUMAN BEINGS .ii\\ Y RON CURTAIN I that enabled Kappa Alpha Norma
WITH A GUARD THCJOWM INHABITANTS OF | er score. A pass, Depperman -
DOWN THERE.!! ) rr-CUK *\ AROUND Theta sorontv to defeat Kappa for
'-1 BLACKATOMIC AROUND rr-so DOGPATCH I to I.ois Hardy. was good

\ Sar NO .OJECAM TA)'. REPORTS PROVEDOGPATCHTHAT" K< 'AND CUT IT I the .econd annual Bloomer Bowl score.


TFROMTHE.. touch Miss football Baker !scored'game i in yesterday.the first Tennis star Nanry Morrison ANZACUNA. a Robert Bruce creation .-
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Paqe 10 (OOrInnh iHnrnina Srntttwl Telephones: 4161 or 3-1681 Wednesday, December 17, 1947 YOUR DOWNTOWN CLEANER
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I NEW YORK CLEANERS 8 HATTERS

:. !Holiday Magazine I LOCAL PARALYZED YOUTH AIDED BY CLUB
WALTER F. >b I 22 W. PINE ST. PHONE 4809

I DOUGLAShas Features Florida's Reading Machine For Athlete! Hats Cleaned Dry Cleaning and Blocked: Pressing Alterations While You Walt

West Coast AreasThe By TERRY NUNEZ ready deluged him with letters,

__ West Coast of Florida is [iOr''-:ndo Morning Sentinel Staff Writer] telegrams and scrapbooks.Pilot I
I Staoros Demopoulos for three Club officials were granted ,
featured in the January issue years an outstanding athlete at permission to send the machine RESIDENTIALLIGHTING
j of Holiday Magazine which will Orlando Senior High School who to Hartforo for a period of ,
go on sale in local news stands now lies almost completely paralyzed four weeks. It will be returnedat FIXTURES
today. More than 75 photographs at Hartford Hospital will I the end of that time and then
j I be able to read as many books presented to the library. : Select your fixtures with
20 |
cover pages. as he wishes over the Christmas : Plans have been developed by
I The author, Sydney Greenbie, I individuality, distinction
holidays although he is unableto the club to purchase more of the
f calls the West Coast the land hold a book in his hands. : wonder machines and make and design for good light-
of simple pleasures for the them the project of the hx--l ing.Johnson.
Through the efforts of the
"folks. lie it differs from
says feel that
t. by
1
organization. They
Pilot Club of Orlando and the
Gold Coastof f
the lavish East or bringing literature to those who Electric Co.
of the
(consistent! promotion
the State in that it caters to cannot reaa normally that they
high; school students the burly
the frugal tourists in hopes
more back the 9 Greek athlete who was often have chosen a project of great Ili 23 E. Church St. -:. Phone S13C
r that they will come benefit to the community. I
idolized and eulogized by old j
following Winter to stay.
I the and young alike, will read The list of books on microfilm --
switched to The four larger cities in -
with the aid of push buttons purchased by the club so
I section, St. Petersburg and ,Sarasota Tampa,, h touched by his fingers; the |I far include such well known SORRY CHIEF, I ONLY HAYS. .. . ...

Calvert because J are Tarpon all depicted Springs in colored photographs only part of his body he ran : Titles as "Theallejr of D Hrision { 6 MORE DAYS TO DO MY CHRISTMAS SHOPPING rAT
now successfully! move.With The Robe, My Friend
Calvert is mellower. 1 by Joseph J. Stein- a "ceiling projected book"machine. Flirka, Fifty Best .American PURCELL'S
:metz.
Short Stories, Omnibus of
Stavros will be ableto
of M Rdftrn St. Oaterdale. R. L and Out Limb.
I Sport on a Church at
I HugheyCASH
An annual average of 32000 read his choice of more than
CALVERT RESERVE Blended Whiskey 000 acres of forest land was destroyed a :30 books including the Bible, The original idea for the project .
-888 Proof-65%Grain Neutral Spirits. I
the five which were purchased along 1 conceived member
Calvert Distillers Corp. New York City by fire during was by a
years prior to World War II with the machine at a cost of "I of the business women's club MEh WORKInG
about SI 50 by the Pilot Club. I| when she read an article in Coronet -
The books on micro-film, are which told of their use in

EARN $200.00 PER WEEK SALARYMcLean thrown, page by page, on any 1 Detroit through the Detroit public
ceiling. anywhere there is an library.

Trucking Company, Inc, Winston-Salem!' >. C. Offers electric outlet. The room doesn't i
business for them- even have to be darkened. Distributed ,
young men an opportunity to go into : "'"l ' :
bv Eugene Powers Pro-

selves.We sell you a 1948 Model L. J. Mack Diesel or 19-J8 Model ie<.tPtl Books Inc.. Ann Arbor, i'\'pli"'I""I""i'Il'
Mu'h the machines can b e
C90 Autocar Diesel Tractor.Ve give you a three year lease =-
taught only by Civic clubs or FOR SPAGHETTI /
contract Earnings sufficient to pay for truck in three :years, : ''II
I hospitals for the use of invalidsor E !Served t to 9 P_M.
not including salary. .. I others who are unable to read I ih: Closed Monday
TRICKS SOLD TO OWNER-OPERATOKS ONLY [WHITE normallv A doctors' certificate Rt 17-92 Winter ParkLONGW000
DOWN PAYMENT OF ZOO.oe REQUIRED : i,- net'e----ar\ to obtain permissionfor .i..t.m..ti": '''i.ii.'.'.''m.'.'t.n....'..._...'-......mi. 'nun.'. ."..!!'
Apply to: their use.
McLean Trucking Company, Inc. --- -
The local Pilot Club will send
\Vinston-Salem, North Carolina the machine to Hartford Hos HOTEL

iiII8i., pual todaby air where Stavros
""'
Just .ff lit. 17-12. midway bctwMnOrlando .
will have its use for a periodof .
MRS. ALICE R. ENGDAHL.inghtl explains the operation of the four weeks. Injured while and Sanford }
..t
FEATURES DAILY Full Coarse
button panel) of the ceiling projected book machine to Mrs. playing football for Wesleyan Dinners. including Smorgasbord aDd
College where he was a freshman French, Onion-soup, from I1.5*.
Dollye A. Hester (fleftl) Both women are members of the Pilot he has been hospitili/d for

Club of Orlando who have taken as their project the purchaseof the past two months. Gift
Original plans of the club
the machine. The button panel which "turns the pages"of called for special presentation FOR "

the book be the toes chin of ceremonies this month when the IDEAS
may operated by fingers, or CHRISTMASSHOPPING
machine would have been given
I the bed-ridden patient. The machine will be sent today to to the Albertson Public Libraryfor DIAPER SERVICEFor

Hartford Conn. for Stavros Or- assignment to invalids But
a hospital use by Demopoulis, MtMrvation or Immediate Delivery
due to a rather full schedule. the
lando athlete who lies there from football S PHONE 2.3357 -
paralyzed a injury. ceremonies were set for January
Students at the high school 1I 1- Just stop in at the Family

upon hearing of the machine and I Loan Company. Easy credit,
e .
1 Dance to the brand new music of Its "magic on the ceiling' no red tape. Repay in. easy .I I I
pounced upon the idea of sending -
SAMMY GOBLE & his orchestra r
.
It to Stavros. They had al monthly installments. Take I

TOMTE 8:30-12 P.M. .w up to 20 months to pay.
Op.. 1 4S Get Money Today
LAKESIDE PARK Veterans OrganizeFor I f For That
MOTHER On Your Signature Gift Idea
2H !Miles South of Orlando on Old Dixie Highway
More Benefits '
SAID Just Sign Your Name And Get The K. W. CalBs, MauserFAMILY
F Veterans attending Orlando Ready Cash You Need Yoday
10 Fro, The Set.lydoy Enjoy/ the hospitality and the Holiday festivities at Tumor College have formed an "R om.hen do yoa.ulEer what' thou from..'plmplre.f. hose boll.don old lot

Ere.i.9Post organization which will endeavor ...-r' SO ytn take. PIP.VFV.
Serioll CLUB EL PATIORESTAURANT to secure more financialaid often pro..r... Ask great your brnrfit druggist in rheumaticronditran. . he bv = LOAN CO.
to veterans who are obtaining known PPP for y..-.r..
DEB schooling under the Gl I Bill 501 Florida Bank Bldg. Phone 2-1661
'' 11 SlfJ -:- COCKTAILS -:- DANCING of Rights. lirtlllllEflt_ITI $1 mm_ :I
'P' } MILES! SOUTH: ON ORANGE BLOSSOM: TRAIL A State-wide meeting of such
r 9li veterans' organizations was held
--- I recently at Stetson University.
i
i f I DeLand. with Bob Brallier, Bob
lb Gary 3974 s. Orange
DUCK IN
Jackson and Rill Frangus representing
.
Starling Blossom TeaL!
the Junior College.
We serve the same delicious foods from noon till 6 Uia
you get during the evening

; #? ? c French,Tied JUMBO SHRIMP S1.2( ; DRIVEINTHEATRE YOU *



"BLUE WEDNESDAY SKIES"also are cordially invited to attend the formal opening of ',.

?? "Half Hour Cartoons": CLUB EL PATIO'S Beautiful new Ball Room.
Childr !Undtr Tw.lw I. ..
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wQtNi WARD'S HOLIDAY INN

Halfway Between Sanford OrlandoOn
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Y f Highway 17 92
:
KNNEn Open Sunday;. Closed Monday
A FULL COURSE

::1 "7OM t .,'t"kfio.f 0.4 d6"ES MOO ImcKE* DINNERS $1.75 UP

Phone VV.P. 9174-J ':. Cocktail Bal
C RTOpRRY. .. W. Cat. t. B.e ots t4 Prlnta. Partiw )

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BESSER'S RESTAURANTWe
3 Miles North of Orlando
Serve 2 Meals JI
Dally
Highway 441 Western Beef Poultry Soar m
OPEN I2- ape. 1:4 Cream-Pnmpernickle A Rye Bread
FOR YOUR DANCING PLEASURE
.4SNOW S-teu py 119 W. Church St. Tel 1-222 U
.. wicAg M0 I J 1
CO AND
PAC' STEWART MARTIN ORCHESTRA
BAN A N . HIS -
So.ery f THESUMMER j

EVERY NIGHTALSO SET HOUSE
i4E
NEW >:. CHOICE FOODS-
TASTILY PREPARED
UNp
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4b 7o"iaro.OEEI. :: THE MOVIE BARA SUakt-So Seafood. Fr. Chiclun

New Show Each Monday and ThursdayAND Open Reasonable S JO A.M. t.Price 11:OO P.M
YALLfY"
WINTER PARK
THE BEST STEAKS IN TOWN .
525 Orlando Ave Killarney! Krn.n OT M)

Also Chicken and Sea Food from 6 'til Closing
I Lees Meet At ENJOY ;.
NO COVER CLOSED SUNDAY I *
TOM & JERRY'S

aiR Package Cocktail Lounge

1OPjr ---- --- Route 17.92.-Grill 2 Blocks SontkMaitlaod the fine foods prepared to please the most fastidious taste"fserved ;

Nt. I ''llillIJW. ;l TIE"'llWlll11m" !!!! !m !lImf1!! j IIJIIII!! !!; tllII11! ll'Jl' Winter Park Underpass Phono 471-H you by courteous waiters in a pleasant refined

W us 1:4s: -- atmosphere.
N For a Delightful Evening . -
I 1 Spa b ., = 1

I LFiht Loil Pictur W fcN ff N 4j Pa i FLAMINGO CLUB I 7 MI. No.FREDDIE'SFOR Orland.STEAKS... Sanford Hiway

:: "Famous For Fine Food For 29 Years"Presentlcg Storks, Chicken. Shrimp & O..st.nSE COCKTAIlStime *
: I gRVFSTKbr FULL DINNERS ___$1.50 Up *
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S1 Wa' ALA. Cocktail Car Own Sunday 2 ......
HRE E oaonrT and Package CloMd: Monday.
ON :/ tADD' MO __ 3 FLOOR SHOWS NIGHTLY
fCKE T roN n UR I II
K./ fr0'kb' iR P rON.NOLaN Featuring I mixed by tried recipies will tickle your palate-served at

r nI,FE.R ANTEp' // ,, =_ KING CAROL AND BROOKS-Vocalist KITTY-Dance Team -- SPECIAL your table or at our modern bar.
T1, r
ge/ --
-?; d ti ADELE PARRISH-Singing Violinist
Last Times Today
and Sophisticated Music of
== Gala Stage AttrartioD! DANCING *
JAY MILLER and HIS ORCHESTRA "Original Fla. *

__ No Cover or No Minimum . Except Saturday Night Cover He _-
Phone 5910 . Dinner 6 'Til Closing . Closed Sundays Blossom Show"
---- -- Gal. Gags! Music! and
--- : of "The Floridians" will delight
: smooth you
: : 'I, ,: :''I'' 1 Fun Galore! to the rythm
--- --
your lady and make your evening one to remember for yearsto

ItifHATttt1ItEfUSES) t OAT'S ANUXX.CUTCYK INSULT TO MY BWOMIN" HONOR, BY DOGS! ': -
/ TO YOUR HEALTH,
PRINK TO 0A HEALT *, TAKE WSA PRINK n OR I'LLBUS' come.
ON THE
t a' VBIUBBERHEAD.: / i
HAMMERHEAD
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Ri HL YOU
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GOOkT IN TWAT CA5E, 111 SCREENI"SWING
ILL1 i
WESTERN WAY"THE CLUB EL PATIO

With Aea CartlsTomorrow

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The Orlando Morning Sentinel Radio Program Twice Stolen Have Rent Worry! ATTENTION .

Aac cas MUTUAL WiC ABC CBS MUTUAL MB6., II II TOKYO [IAP1) Minister of CONTRACTORS & BUILDERSTHE
WHOO WDao WLOIf WORZ WHOO WOBO WLOF WOHZ State Takao Saito was just
1230 740
580 1230 740 190 PO Love No ValueMEMPHIS
tH Rise & ShineChurch 3:18 Ladle Be Mated ABC Double or Nothin Martin Block _- Orlando M.tln"e one of the people yesterdayhis
.00 SUn On --- -- --- ---- 3.30 P. WhlUman Cl'b ABC House Party: ___ 8on of Stranntr Orlando Mattes I landlord
== asked
Antlei c; = tn Wildw'dDial him to
1.15 Whoofn --- _.
__ __ Twisters Hour 3.45 P. Whiteman Cl'b ABC House Party: _n Frankie Carl Orlando Matinee [tUP] A Circuit NEW
6 30 Whoofn Antic n Said landlord
___ Irokins: Johwon J. W. Vandercook vacate. the :
8 t5 Wboot' ADU" uUn Dial T..I.ter. Hour too P. Wbiteman CTb ABC Hint Hunt Court yesterday dismissed a $15-
600 County N.IPaper .._ Newt-Lily it 'wi-Re eUle _h- Sin On .* New 4'15 P. Whiteman Cl'b ABC Hint Hunt-Newa Johnson Family Studio Party: ... 000 alienation of affections suit "My family has been living '
... Harold Turner Studio Party RUBBER
____ Doriey Show Dr. Paul ---
I t 30 Tommy in shack
AnticsC:30 Farm Sunrise Jamboree a two-room feeling
.un
6.IS WhoofB .....
u Sintin'N __ Show AUlanc Church Adventure Parade Studio Party in which balding, and gray-hair
: Whoofn Antic __n Vole of : ***- u Farm News ______ 4 45 Tommy Doraey I
8 45 Morning Dttotloni .. Neva-South Meditation Georgia Playboy "s 00 Newa-Muale _ Amer. Sent of Air Hop Harrican .- Studio Party --- ed C. B Morse, 41, claimed the that we were helping you. FLOOR TILE
7.00 NewMuile _ Yawn PatrolYawn News-Music Clock News -_______-I S 15 Terrr: fc Pirates ABC Amer. Schl of Air Superman ----- Radio Studio Rodeo -- love of his wife was stolen twice. Now however, my daughteris -
7-1S: Tha Old Corral _n__ Patrol Musical Clock ... 740 Club _______ : Sky: King ABC _-_ Stock Quotation__ Cap Ml Mldnlcbt -- Sparta Flihln---..-. I getting married and we
ill Tom .
T-30: Th. Whoot Owl74S ---- Wake DP A: Listen Morning Devotions Spot Summary: ___ 1 Sky: Kit ABC n Lum &: Abner u n --- Morse's attractive Wholesale 1. . 15110; 'q. r I. and Over
The Whoot Owls TJP-AP Newt News-Easy Ust'ns 740 club ._ ____ Whoo Goea There ____ News-Sporta n Blue Barron'a Or. ria. Air. Hews.. must have the house. Please!
n 1:00
: __ ___ Blue Btrron'a Or. Musiefor Dining ed wife, 39, testified DISTRIBI IED EXfLI'SIVEl T BY3cDSwwt&tFBROKER
Agrontky ABC CBS MewiWalter 8 O'clock' Ne.---ziie.-Mlke'. Mike : :: Sports Journal __n Lone Ranger vacate by the end of the
800 Martin elo ___ Blue Barron'a Or. B. Pennell Reports loved Kstes C. Hall rt'd.hAir-1 i
Rants ,
Lone "
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15 Song by Crotby I Klmble Band of the Day Do You Remember III: Cinderella n Parade ... 8'noco :3 Starll."Pulton : I ;year.
__ Sports _
Lowell Thomas i
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: Parade "
30 Songs of Good Cneer W. Messenger News-W. Roberts Do You Remember Pleasure point when asked "
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.45 sunset .A Vine -- .. Break Brevities Breakfast Time String Music __ I 700 Fin Ster- -Final ----- Beulah "____ Lewis Jr. Supper Club .. Hall?" Pleaded Saito who lost his =
Orl. Llttlt TB Pun chasing Mrs.
Cloud
Smith Drtftlnt on I I home in the "Please
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APNiwaPeople' war
11.00 Breakfast Club ABC -- UP and Choice B'fastinOrlando 1:15:
SIS: Breakfast Club ABC -- Morning Devotions Editor's Diary Blast in Orlando '1:30: SSSSSK". arasgLgasaa----- Christmas Italtenborn RPport'rI --__u said: You might; rail it that. j I II me stay, even if we must MERCHANDISE
9 30 Breakfast Club ABC u Time Out for Mu'c Public Library Clevelanoalre __ I 7.45 : Morse, operator of a window ,
_. MuslcaIBho..e.s" 113 W. MORSE BLVD., VTINTFR' .
; Sc.rletQuee share the house! with the PARK. PHONE U
9 45 Breakait Club ABC Your Sincerely Stltchln Time_Nelson Olmsted I The Sons Shoo Amer.: Melody Hr. '
B 00 -- Musical Showcase cleaning business blamed Hall P.O. BOX Z367. ORLANDO.: FLORIDAToday's
Hr. Scarlet Queen *
. __ Am..r Melody -
Music Show newly-married couple.
1000 My: True Story: for You Cecil Brown h Fred Waring 8'15 Peter Donald Bins Crosby
.. __ ABC __ Dr Christian QuIet Please ---- -- '44, a painting contractor of twice
10:15: My: True Story ABC -- Music for You Claudia u Fred warlnc h 8'30 Vas PoP QP.-BRoae.Binc. Crosby:
10:30: Betty Crocker ABC -- Romance X.: Wtnt's Say With Music Woman's World 845 Vos PoP_ABC Bill-Henn ,- ==- breaking up his home. Morse I
11045 Listening Post ABC Try: & Find_ _Mi Say With Music_ Woman's World 8 00 AbtiOu & Costello ABC Old Gold Show Gabriel Heatter News -
that he married
11'Ofl Breakfast in Hollyw'd Arthur Godfrey Emily Post u. This is Nora Drake 9-15 Abbott &: Costello ABC Old Gold Show Dick Llebert Modern C'cert Hall explained his
11:15 Breakfast in Holljw'd: Arthur Godfrey: Tell Your NeUthb' Katie's Dghtl. _. 9:30: Jack Pear Show ABC Sweeney &: March Sal. Army: Show Harry James Orch wife twice the first time in
Galan Drakt ABC ._ Morning Melodies Club Rendezvous Jack Berch 45 Jack Paar Show ABC Sweeney & March Sal. Army Show Harry James Orch
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11:45: Ted Malone ABC _ Rosemary _____ YMCA Show .. Christmas Reporter lO OBi I.Crosby-ABC "Escape- Music Manhattan Bit Story: ===
_____ from Manhaf Big Story i time last March after their first
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,2 00 Welcome Traveler ABC News Kate Smith News &:F Rev 10-15 Bin Crosby ABC "Escape- -- -- -.--
ij:15 Welcome Traveler ABC Noontime Melodies Cole Porter News &: Farm Rev 10.30 H. Mori an Show ABC Symphonette -- Peatherstone Orch Jimmy Durante -. j j divorce in Oct. 1916. Their second
Edition Helen Trent __ D. S. Marine Band Vets News : Show ABC Symphonette Featherstone Orch Jimmy Durante -
<2-30 Noon ReviewU. 10'4 H. Moraan divorce suit is pending. kWHOO
.12-45 Cr'ttr Jim-R. tt: Grove Our Gal Sunday S. Marine Band Eelbeck: Drifter. 60"News Tomorrow-- World Tonight Sports Parada News from NBC- r. *
1 oo Baukhat Talkln' ABC"Big Bister nn___ Cedric Foster------Art-v.n-Damnie 11 11:15:: Joe Hail ABC Report-Overs.. DeWinter'a Orch. News of the World j "After our second marriage he ;
1-15 Radio Society -- Ma Perkins hn_ FerreU Time ____ Betty: Harris Show 11-5 Hazel Thought Eileen Farrell __ Stan Kenton'i Or. Merry-Oo-Round I kept nagging me." 1lrs.Iorse
1:30: Hill Billy Hit Farad UP-AP News _n Gen Spaati McCormick News 11'45 Dance Orcb ABC Eileen Farrell Orchestra ------ Merry-Oo-Round: f
testified. "It seemed he took
143 Hill Billy Hit Parade Oulding IJght Cbecbrb'rd Jam Believe It or Not 1200 News-The-- Room News __ Slin Off____. News me
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2 00 South American Way Warren Queen for Day: .. Com'unltDeoot'n- 12.n The Owl Room __ Dance Or.-h. _____ 8. Canton Show I back just to throw it into me for *
2'15 The Barry Wood Show P..rr.Mason Queen for Day .. Dan Hudson OrMcCaU's 12:30: The Owl Room ___ Dance Or.-b. ____ Adrl'l1 RoUlnl trio i going with Hall." "Did Hall alien- y Complete Radio Programs
3-30 Bride &: Groom ABC on the Air Martin Block ... King Cole Trio 12'45 The Owl Room Dance Orcb. L Herman_Qulntf'tTooSlen I ,...
2'45 Bride ft: Groom ABC Rose_of_Mr: Dr'ms Martin Block _n Lea Elian Orrh. on -_-- ____ Newa ___ __ News'": Sign Off | iate your affections Hall's attorney I'' 5:00
3.00 Ladies Be Seated ABC Double or NotblDMarUn- ... New.Royal __nu___ : Stun Off __ _n__ asked. "lie did not," Mrs. : a m.-Sign On 2:30: p.m.-Bride & Groom ARC
-- Morse; said. "Morse did it himself. 5:00: a.m.Whoot'nnticg: [Sterling Drug Products, !I!
I He let me lug groceries home. 6:00: a.m.-County Newspaper [W. C. Inc.]
Couple Gives !LOCAL CLUB HOST TO, ROLLINS/ PROFESSOR I When we went out he'd get in K Champion Company] 3:00: p.m.-Ladies Be Seated ABC

I j an argument. We had no com- 6:15: a.m.-Whoot'n Antics [Quaker Oats]
First Official Party I panionship.'' l 6:4.5: a.m.-Morning Devotions 3:15: P.m.-Ladies Be Seated ABC

LONDON [TPI] Princess Eliza- ;, Test Advertising Urged By, Dr. Freeman : I 7:00: a.m.-News [American Laundry [Toni]

beth and the Duke of Edinburgh A-Energy Seen ... & Cleaning Company] 3:30: p.m.-Paul Wliiteman Club ABC
I 4 7:05: Libby-Freeman Jamboree (National Biscuit Co.
gave their first official reception I Application of nationally tested ness administration at RollinsCollege. ing and background, one whichis p [Libby-Freeman] 3:45 ] .0
p.m.-Paul Whiteman Club ABC
yesterday for representatives of techniques to local retail] advertising a floperoo. As Better FoodProduction a: 7:15: a.m.-The Old Corral [Orlando R. J. Reynolds Tobacco o

British county and town argani- j was suggested here :yesterday "If you know the tech "There Isn't an advertising c Transit Company 1 Company]

zations which gave them wed bv Dr. G \\.]illani Freeman lIiIIUt'''''" the speaker" told the man in the United Slates who Aid g 7J0:: a.m.-The Whoot Owls [Dixie 4.OO: p.m.-Paul Whiteman Club ABC Z

ding presents. i assistant.. pr if*-,<)I of busi- overusing Club in Southland l
Restaurant "you ran test the whether hU ropy \\ill appeal. soon use atomic energy to produce o 7.4'i! .a.m.-The Whoot Owls L15 pan.-Paul Whiteman Club ABC CC
material that you are going to food at faster in 8:00: a.m.-Martin Agronsky ABC ;Q
You have got to get; the answer a rate, [Wesson Oil & Snowdrift
.pat in your local newspapersand i their task of meeting a rapidly g: [Orange Buick Company] ) o!

Come In and Look Around! on your local radio pro- from the public"Cse growing population of food con- 8.15 a.m.-Songs by Crosby [Stroud's 430 p.m.-The Tommy Dorsey Show :::
rillll". For a very lillle expense : of similar techniques by sumers, David Lilienthal, chair- ti Rexall Stores] 5:00:* p.m>-Five O'clock: News [Midget -
you can Improve the appeal Pres. Roosevelt was credited by man of the Atomic Energy Commission f 8:30: a.m.-Songs of Good Cheer Grill]

CHRISTMAS GIFTS :.. ) of your copy l II y 25 percent Dr. Freeman with his political l said yesterday. [Orlando Utilities] 5.D5: pm-Peggy Lee [Hart Swal-

or more." 1 success, and application w a s Lilienthal said that atomic 8:15: a.m.-Sunset & Vine [Yowell- stead Jeweler! ''

FOR EVERYONE $ 4Y l' lIe said that Orlando businessmen urged to ad ertising of the Biblical energy may "solve one of the Drew-Ivey Company] 5:10: p.m.-Band Sketch [Filley
will be welcomed at Rollins, injunction "prove everythingand most vexing problems of human- ; 9:00: a.m.-The Breakfast Club ABC Motors]
or speakers will be sent to themif hold" fas to that which is ity-how to keep production in [Toni] 5:15 pan. Terry & The Pirates ABC
MOSES PHARMACY r they wish to study in detail good. pace with the growth" of theworld's 9:13: a.m.-The Breakfast Club ABC [Quaker Oats)

; .J methods of pre-testing the appeal population. [Swift & Company) 5:30: pm-Sky King ABC [Derby
S No. 1-1101 E. Colonial Dr. Ph. 2.3467 ; !'TI9d11fit I.7r.No. Other U. S. leaders told the
.t <,f advertising: copy. Crew of Storm Battered top ... 9:15: a.m.-The Breakfast Club ABC Foods]

2-308 S. Orang Blsm. TrL Ph. 9551 RN:owes nJ'!:! ': Still an active New York advertising :,000 delegates to the 29th annual a [Philco Corporation] G:00: p.m.-Whoo Goes There ,.
Trawler Believed Dead .0
convention of the American
0 10:00: a.m. :My True ABC .
executive during the Story 6:15: p.m.-Sports Journal [Bell .coe
I Summer months Dr. Freeman 1 NEW ORLEANS |IUPI) Searching Farm Bureau Federation that I Libby-McNeill-Libby] Bread] 0

cited recent figures indicatingthat boats reached a wallowing, food is the tool to bring peace 5 10:25: a.m.-Betty Crocker ABC [Gen. 630 p.m.-Cinderella [Dickson-Ives] Z

a change in copy may increase wind-battered trawler off the and prosperity. >- eral Mills] 6:45 p.m.-Pleasure Parade [First
returns from coupon-ad coast of Louisiana yesterday and z 10:45: a.m.-The Listening Post ABC National Bank] -c 0

Thinking of Radios? vertising by as much as 200 rescue parties presumed its two- Trinity Church Holds o [Curtis Publishing Co.] 7.-00; p.nt-Five Star Final [Geo. Co
I per cent. man crew had been drowned 11:00: a.m.-Breakfast in Hollywood Stuart Inc.] ;Ig
I I' College !students preparing Coast Guard officials in New Or Advent Service Today \ : ABC [Procter & Gamble] 7:15: p.m.-Elmer Davis ABC v-

-"':- ASSOCIATED STORES SUGGESTS! AN copy for Sandspur Rollins publication leans said the identity of the Trinity Evangelical Lutheran' 11:15: a.m.-Breakfast in Hollywood 730: p.m.-The Tommy Dorsey Show
crewmen would not be disclosed Church will hold an Advent serv-j
have demonstrated varying \\ji ABC [Kellogg) 8.-OO: p.m.-The. Song Shop
appeals of copy by tests in until next of kin had been notified ice today at 7:45: :' p.m. with the ':! 11:30: a.m.-Galen Drake ABC [Kel8:15: p.m.-Peter Donald Show
the student body, he said' adding: Rev. Albert H. D. Besalski, pastor logg] Stanback

JRGd j/fcroIiRADO! "The real burden of my songis !sneaking'; on the subject' Je-' 11:45: a.m.-Ted Malone ABC [West830; p.m.-Vox Pop ABC [American
that the same writer can write FRENCH: HONOR POPE; sus Our Mediator. Special Advent inghouse)
advertisement which will PARIS [1TPI) The French Academy services are held In the Express]
'" one appeal -
;;I" 12.00 p.m.-Welcome Travelers ABC
Costello ABC
&
PAY AS LITTLE "" to most people in the community yesterday awarded its Great church during the last four 9:00: p.m.-Abbott
; :::: [Procter & Gamble] 930: p.m.-Jack Paar Show ABC _
: and at the same time. Golden Medal for the French weeks in the calendar year, the 12m: Edition
: p.m.-Xoon '
[American Tobacco Co.] ?
I AS. with the same education, train- language to Pope Pius Rev. Besalski!' !said.';
12:45: p.m.-Cracker Jim-Grove & 10.DO: p.m.-Bing Crosby ABC [Philco

1 . Ranch Corporation]
."- ;:ac. DOCTOR ASKS LEGITIMACY BE CLEARED I 100; p.m.-Baukhage Talking ABC 10:30: p.m.-Henry Morgan Show ABC
I0 :- ELECTRIC AND GAS
[O'Harra-Moorel: (Eversharp)
WEEKLY : :;" 1:15:: p.m.-Radio Society (South Atlantic 1100 p.m.-News of Tomorrow

OH MANY -- =' ; APPLIANCESNationally Test Tube Babies IncreaseCHICAGO Gas Company] 11:15 p.m.-Joe Hasel ABC
1:30: p.m.-Hill Billy Hit Parade 1130: p.m.-Gems for Thought ABC
MODELS "-' [UP] A prominent ally in small towns. making ad- 2:00: p.m.-South American Way 1135: p.m.-Dance Orchestra ABC 00
Known obstetrician said yesterday that visable a restriction on use of u 2:15: p.m.-The Barry Wood Show 12:00: a.m.-News-Owl Room oa
f JI Name Brandsfor there now are thousands of test donors. he !said.'; f Central) Florida Truck 1230: a.m.-The Owl Room

FLORIDA'S tARtEST RADIO m APPLIANCE STORES tube babies throughout the nation c Sales Inc j 10; a.m.-Sign Off 0 Z
; and that society should givea
s ;:I clear-cut ruling on their legiti THINKING OF- .- '.' :"' :
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11 ; IMMEDIATE DELIVERYAPPLIANCE g
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THE UNIQUE RECORD SHOP .
E. Jackson Phone Z.3'736CLEARANCE oa '
-' -, gJJ obstetrics, a medical journal, 31 East Church .. .
!said' the increasing number of '
babies born of artificial insemination

makes it important U.
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to clarify the uncertainly '' : s

their legal position. r '

"Artificial insemination is a

modern procedure and it is time ,,,
society took a modern stand on .t'V .1L '!r

the problem, even though it may .0
t I f. Jf X SHOP NOW FOR THE define it as illegal," Abel said. .0o
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are "extremely
I PICK OF SANTA'S PACK diversified feelings" among doctors ae I MELODY MAIDS DAN DANIEL Zp

over the advisability of artificial -
insemination and warned 2'15! P M TilE BARRY WOOD 6 15 P.I SPORTS JOURNAL. Dan o

against "assembly line procedure. 5.4 SHOW. A brand new musical; show Daniel brings you the latest in sports; C

." He said the process should The IdealXmas z which brings to the listener radio's in a neat package plus personal interviews -
oe confined to "couples who O top personalities with an all star cast. and a round-up of all the v

qualify after close evaluation." a Audrey, Betty and Jane-The Melody important happenings in the sportsoMaidsbring
Gift : a new technique in har world each day Monday through Sat-
The doctor, he .paid should i ,1 mony. Presented by Central: Florida uniay Bell Bread -sponsors;; this show

have the complete responsibility | Truck Sales, inc.MILTON. for your listening pleasure.
of selecting the donor, thechoice Get that driver's license
should not be up to the
for your wife, son or
husband or wife. The donor
should be of mature age 'so that daughter; by giving thema

his character and reliabilityare course of auto driving

assured, Abel !said! )lessons for Xmas at the

He believes that a married
ivould best qualify as a donor Orlando Auto SchoolCall

md ad ised that use of any one .0o
donor be restricted to a limited 2-J879 for

number> of cases. Intermarriage<
,t test tube children is at least information & appointment. co

d 'theoretical possibility." E''pe<'i- gas C
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Miss Knight I
\bn: Corelte for Christmas!

Becomes Bride JI .J.f/IA.T17T A nn..


Of Air. Paille)' '. ...m-. -
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Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Knight of '
this city are announcing the
marriage of their daughter 6Tis

Juanita, to Robert J. Pauley. of ?i.. fie
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St Petersburg, son of. :Mr. and
Mrs M. J. Pauley.
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The wedding took place recently { . ;
in Folkston, Ga. '
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The bride wore a wool suit of :; JeL
white and green checks, with tt -
burgundy accessories.Mrs. t 6
Pauley graduated from ; .
Orlando Senior High School, and t = tea;
was associated with the Para -f .. -
and Studio .a
tnount Laboratories ;
"lilt" .
here. In the Fall of 1916 she won __ ..,.. er.1e.NI
the Miss Azalea Queen contest 4 f ,- ,...,-. .. aoldee aai.iaar, t' .,t0
sponsored by the Orlando Junior 1 / .xklamdia6rDia.u.M.a.iZ54 r.1G.
t
Chamber of Commerce, and in
the Winter of 1947 won the \.
Miss Gulf Beaches title in a .- eJ..lhth..4a.rraee.

contest sponsored by the Lions \ Dazrioc ia tJ; ) I la..
Clubs of that district. r as ra I Is.A3.50.dJtit
Mr. Pauley graduated from .__ 'd a. N
the Carmel High School, Chicago, I .( __ / s ,
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II __ 4y.jy
and served during the war with I
the U. S. Marine Corps 15 :,. \ \
months of which was spent over ,"t 1 \ Q
seas. He is now attending St ,
Petersburg Junior College rrbe.
where he is a law studentMr. r

Pauley and his bride are s .::;:,: X/1\: : /
.
residing St. Petersburg.at 5227 27th Ave., South, Hi \

p' ; ,,: ;, Pwfvm.Hat Bo*.Su..i..ori...

S Soap will last longer if the ..4: ,..... We DveJwM flamting.f York red.mas iticfcpuM. .$3..
is removed and the ,, ern I I.r
wrapper soap] .w."''' -----M.-' '
allowed fore being to used.dry and harden be- MRS. ROBERT. J. PAULEY ) \ \ .

. the former Juanita Knight <

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I ',...c E. Church Expert Technician.:. Phone 3.1111: Know Your Neighbor vocation was delivered by the i --.-- ) 4.
Y 7.nnnnnnnn.n,. I Luncheon, sponsored by theVmen's Rev.Vilna Constable of the Uni ': - ..-- .' L&
-. .... ----. \ Auxiliary of B'nai tartan Church. I j.' ; .
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B'rith, brought together a large Musical I entertainment was .
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AT WINTER PARK group of representative civic presented by a group of six grade '-& ,
.. \. social, religious, and educational students!' of Hillcrest School, accompanied ) t,
312 No. Park A"
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4 leaders yesterday noon at the by Miss Pauline Renz.I It's
One Block North of the Postoffice synagogue. I Their selections were two songs a pretty special gift . for someone pretty special. Beautiful slip of "
r.Bdkereh i .
Chrhtimra Atgfe B L Tlueea.o.
be the first of its i by I lr\ing Caesar entitled The j Bur-Mil
Believed to with
fr rayon crepe scalloped neckline and ePriim M tch beffi FerfU _
in Central Florida -, Friendship Song and There's Always -
kind presented
fsBARn .
EjltID \) f this luncheon was for the I j' Music in the Air. This was I appliqued bows. To fit her holiday mood . and her! In white, black, or a OiMHenrom $L7S.
of furthering good will followed by Rabbi Morris A. !,
.t purpose
I i lInEnS and understanding, the basic Skop presenting a service in pink. Average or long. I -(pilfnoa fiu*tajj f.rf.mv, Saaaalfa 9u.ifl..L
ImpoBTLULi.M J principles for democratic living.It ; which he kindled the Chanukah' I6.SO r 445. Tdr D.cbe..1T.ka.d
;=" ,! was evident from the consen I, Light. He also explained its true Ii j Aw1f.i.,1133.rtJSs
sus of opinion of those attend significance. I
r fj OD06r.mlng f ft ing the affair that the underlying -, Following this part of the 3.98 .
I
idea of yesterday's meeting j f program, Mrs. Berman Introduced {
DISTINCTIVE ;. I would spread and grow into Mrs. Edna Giles.Fuller. !i I ,.u
II 1 every city and community in chairman of the Florida Council II .
Cosmetics Street Floor
LINENS '. 1 Florida in the United States and of Human Relations, who pre-I I Lingerie Second Floor j) 'LI
perhaps the world. Then the sided over the remaining program
r For Greater Appreciotioll words peace on t'arth-good will features. She spoke to the
Give Lill.... From BARNEY'S toward men would become mean group on The Value of Building"
ingful. ,Good Will and Understanding.
WI Gill Wrap The program was opened with She also introduced a special'i
tYhiron Mrs. B. J. Cohen, B'nal B'rith jtfhest, Mrs. Tom Watson of Winston I
W'co"We' may tempt if president, welcoming the guests | Salem N. C., who is in Orlando
but air,, urge ta bu,. . present, after which she turned '' to organize an Altrusa
Pttotkcj, Ulchlitn. In the Bummer the program over to Mrs. Nat :
:;. Herman program chairman. In- :Mrs. Fuller introduced the following t
i representative women attending ,
the affair/Mrs.: : L. A. IItJ/fl I
l
Blake Day Nursery: Mrs. F.. La- 1JO .+"
SALE Rue Bliss' United Daughters of tlJJO-
r the Confederacy; :Mrs. C. L.
Brundage, Park Lake Presbyterian t/ 0/1 jlJtlP
Church; :Mrs. F. A. Cerwin, :
Catholic Women: the Rev. Wilna ''
Y3 OFFon Constable, Unitarian Church; I
Miss Bertha E. Davis mission-
ary, secretary of Southern Conference ,I
; : Judge l Mattie Farmer '
'Juvenile Hankies!.. Hankies! . the., perfect
selection of fil1etailored woolen I Court: :Mrs. D. M. /
'I Gleason. president of the principals -: J: I
suits by such master craftsmen asJabloiv. of t'lemcntarys'hools_ ; Mrs. '" ', choice for John and Mary, Dad, Aunt
Dollye Hester. Pilot Club; :Mrs : .--
TWEEDS, fLANNELS PIN STRIPES TEGRA. II. C. Hucgele. Orange County L ')' i Joyce . Frilly or tailored for
IN FALL SHADES Federation of Women's Clubs .:.hr

I and Colonialtown Woman's Club: pocket or vest. We've the hankies
Formerly 29.95 to 110.00 Sizes 10 to 20 Mrs. Carl Hall. Young Women's \,< ,;..:.. t ,

ALL SALES FINAL Community Club: :Mrs. John a-: ,{' they like best!
;.
Horst. Insurance Women's Assn : /.. .. ;.
Mrs. Harold Krebs Junior Soro- "

sis: Mrs. Waldo Lord, St. Luke's;;: ,
Episcopal Church: '<. y 'It 1
,
Mrs. E. P. Lavin. Grandmothers .
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f/\\
rr1itSAN -
I -
: /
J .
Club Miss' Jewell Lewter. t. :
I Panhellenic Assn.: Mrs. C. C. '. \ .' ,t 1
.If-
;; : B
: aL
I Magruder.Junior I.calWe11'5; : . .t ... s
\ .
Ralph :Miller. Orange County PTA I -
: Mrs.!' Louis' M. Orr. AmericanRed t' \
JUAN HOTEL BLDG. Cross: !Miss Malielle O'Neal. \ \ .f\ i
.pT "" ; .1
Daughters of the American Revolution e
; the Re\ Carolyn H. Parsons If. .
; Unity Church; Mrs. H ) / \\o// 5
P'Poole. Eastern Star. P : 59c

.Wf. Mrs. R..1. Pleus. Sorosis: Mrs o, '1.\ b
H. L. Ricker. Grand Avenue

Woman's Club: Miss' Lucy Arms. 't 1.00
.
Park Lake Presbyterian Church:
Mrs.: Ward Sa hs. Volunteer
I Class First Methodist: Church:
Mrs. A. II. Stirk. Baptist Church: ; \ Irr
A
"JEWELRY COMPANY I :Mrs. Burton Thornal. JayCee: 1v t
Wives Club: Mrs. P. .J. Wethling.
14 N. Orange Ave. Tel. 2.3652 Catholic \\'omen: Mrs. George ,
\\-ood. Unity Church: Mrs :Margaret I t
SAN JUAN HOTEL BLDG. Rowe. AHruso Club and I >L

Mrs. B J. Cohen B'nai B'rith. I \\-j I


NEW i P I I LG I N S & Mtut/ Chi Omega Club I

\ Plans Luncheon
_ t r L I ) Timutt tie .!ta'Z4! ;

Today is the deadline for se-
tiring reservations' for the lunch
I I I IIII mIIP111 UI
Am
ll which the Chi Omega Alum
nae Club is giving Saturday at
I p m. at the Orlando Country
THI rues will not detract 1111111 II II ('I II h.

from the smartness ofthlt I e \ I I Those planning to attend are

Elgin De Luxe.The beauty asked;: to call Mrs. :M. J. Carroll ..'

of Ut dean lines reflects a sometime. All today active to and make alumnae resetatrpns. of ; Han kerdttefs

the true mtrican sfj ling. )' ;,, tile sorority: are invited, and s \ stv
!mother* will be special guestSj,, Street Fleer
.
J5Tik: 'ts for the Panhellenicnau
<'*> on Dec. :20 may be seared
AN ELGIN Dl LUXI he trill ,( at the luncheon Saturday. 4

show u.tih pride and trust t /
1 Btu: v / tt'LX'
JOT accuracy. Has easily S Miss Cafe's Betrothal I

read diaL sturdy ttrap.TOITU . Announced TodayMr !# /
i r. f. : i f 4ttUJlit
t aid? Mrs. J. M. Cate of "h. I..AI
Leesburg: are announcing the engagement 1
| of their daughter.
; w
II GLAD''CU wait.tdfor .Joan
to George William Pearce,
an Elgin. There an son of Mr. and Mrs.' Harry R, I

not enough yrt for every+ Pearce. also of esburg.; '

onebutenchonelikethis, The wedding will take place Attend Junior SorosU .
I (luriner the Christmas holidays Charity Ball
is worth trailing for. See --- --- Friday.h.bsdread Dec. 19 ORLANDO BORN ORLANDO OWNED
them now. '' The lower lid coy PImo..t ofthe
.ih" eve in bunking in a reindeer ORLANDO MANAGEDWednesday
ID humans the upper lid does
most of the covering.
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-- i YWCC PanelI Minstrel Show Set Tonight

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I h _
Mrs., Reid, Mrs. Browne Plan :; ( -' ; fX.i Meeting HeldYesterday WIXTE* p.-\nK-The program Are Tea From Dixie Aib, -r- Chubb
. for the Holiday Hilarity Duo Tap. Somebody Loves Mr

Luncheon Today For Miss RichAmong ffi-u1: i 'v..,. I Glee minstrel Club being today presented at 8:15 p.m.by the at'' The Biting Kerry Bone Dance Peter__.__McQlon____:. Bra I-jsr f: C-nu r Sa"-"u,.

.
-: ./ I the Winter Park High School Stormy WttUirr Plor.ncSa.-".i.rt.
the pre-nuptial courte- I E. L. Reid and Mrs. C. P. Browne The advisory committee of the, will be as follows: Santa Claw rafts It Dunn-Ranktii Cooing: To To...-
: Bar o
f-rta
sies being extended to Miss Carolyn I!j will be joint hostesses. n ,. Young Women's Community' OPf'nIDIJ- Friends"Chorea, ''OruUD_ Entire,.. Good Compkay Hen cones the Man with the Ma.---. .3-.

Rich, popular bride-elect, is Miss Rich's marriage to Robert I v Club held its December meeting Sole Tap Winter Wonderland Latrboces Rlchi:M": "-..-- imi.-r
'Trumbo will take place Dec. 23: t I yesterday morning at the clubhouse T. J. O'Steca PlaY Oypeies. Dance Orpstes c:.'-t
the luncheon today at 1 p. m. at By JEAN YOTHERS : on Wall St. I'm Kotblnc Bat sa OV Ru Don I Wonder Who's \samlJ Hr r'-*, _
at 8 at the First :
m. Baptist Virginia Nelson
p. I
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BettT Ar < -
the home of Mrs. Allie Dickson, I Church with a reception following (_ ub Editor :Mrs. Carl Hall, president, was Carol of The Sells Cnonu Cme Where My Love Lies Dicar-P :_-
on E. Colonial Dr., when Mrs. at Sorosis House. Ali.Margaret Piper will speakon in charge of the meeting. Fol- Dana Boy Chuck ParkerHiss O r.j cuDors -
"The Activities of the l'nitedXalions" Anybody Knee __Mud F.aSf.tt <
I lowing a report by Mrs. JC J. Honey Chamb"-) ,' '; >
Luncheon with the hon- -
guests todJat 10:30: a.m. for Tap Dance. _
McDermott executive Nirenberg's I Know That You K-"
secretary
Manly Duckworth's I oree will include her mother, the meeting of the Book Ke\iew ; 9y + '. Man. r .7
old : :
.
i Mrs. E. G. Rich and the :Mmes reports by members of the Wha!! Chrutma __ Fe-e f--vr
Pupils in Recital Group; of the .\IIIf'l'iranooda.- butts I! standing committees it ,Wedding Set Sunday Dus On The Prairie. Cm.- ..-
Silas Trumbo. Charles Potter V'.oiia Solo _
"Jkben R.a
tion of Women beheld .nn
to
Manly Duckworth presenta 1 Jack Buice Robert :MacLeish I'nitri-Mty N .M ,+I" announced that Mrs. Ger- The marriage of Miss Joan Xi- D.,, ......".
at the Unitarian Parish title Seymore treasurer has! renberg, daughter of Mr. and The World la Wait..* Per The Sx.n' .'_
group of his pupils in a piano i Thomas Erb. Phillip I Igou, Walter House. ,
recital today at 8 p.m. at his A. Dun Jr., Carl Miller, Harry 000 H '' been made a life member by thextvutive Mrs. Harry E. Nirenberg of this ,Ctoaim Chorus-Merrr Christ aEnt.rr l g' j"
studio. 640 Lake Dot Cir. i Bower. and the Misses Mary Ann board. city. to Sydney Geiger Jr. of l -.n.
I'inr ("astir Woman's Club will ----

Taking part in the program Hitch. Jean Yothers andIartha: meet today at ::5 i p.m. at the club- :i- __east ; ; aU 1\The Club Young was Women's represented Commun-at the coming Leesburg Sunday, will take at the place Orange this England uses!' more t tn, n I

will be Alice Ravndal, Jean Fol- Ann Maguire. house . The executive: board ,, 4 ; .j meeting of the Youth Coun- Court Hotel ballroom. 000.000( stamps anmi.ilh.'

som, George Yarbrough, Elsa | Today at 3 p. m. Mrs. L. B.I I meeting will precede: the regular e h\- )'Irs.IcDermott: while Members: of the families will will .
Langenbach, Jean Akerman, McLeod is entertaining with a meeting at 2:30:: ,. .." .., : .- .
I !
p.m.A !
I \11' Robert Riddle served as rep- attend the ceremony and the PO" ::: I __ ;
Russell Duck j bridge to honor Miss Rich,
Barbara Kirby party 000 \uIiiUti '
esinitative
I at the last meeting dinner
party following. At 8 ,
i I and at 8 m. another bridgei
worth Patty Randall Macine p. Limited
: Christmas program \\ ill he) >l me Community Welfare Planning p.m. all friends;? of Miss Niren Time Olll.fUnbreakable
Arstein, Rolfe Webeking Dorothy -i party will be given bylrs. .presented as a part of the eim-i! Council berg and her fiance are invited ,

Fenn, Betty Mfrrill. Cath- A. J. Thomas Jr. tainment at the Tern Age part .4 Basketball League. sponsored to a reception and dance in their

erine West, Judy Effing. Anne.I this evening at the Coliseum . hv the Young Women's Com- honor at the hotel ballroom.
Hoffman Tami! Sue Stein. Luther John Quincy Adams was the y9k ri CRYSTALSSOc
The Teen Towners of Ci.;i ?KI mi. ">% C'lub. has been organized '
I I
Graves Jr. and Sara Alice Ga- only bald president of the Unit Avenue will lie in charge ot t*lit aoo \\ III open for play Jan. 6 j jRf '
_Nun.. _n ed States, program which will start ..t '. to(' ,.icnt girls at the YWCC club Birth Announcements

p.m. . There will l hf' -k.i', -IKbefore 'inii, .!><. will have a team in the :Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Brownof
, o;. I .-iSnMW\!>.:
SANTA DEAR SANTAPlease afterwards. I \\ S'I'ianl1.. UC S Orcng o r> oMipali '-ntf r Garden. on Dec. 0 at Orange J.CtlMftl
Us Gift for Our Home SpecK lizing, oil SWISS,
Bring a Memorial > in
I Ximuuncernent! made Hospital. The Drowns
Chapter lMi! Order of c6 was con-
's'st
FROM and American
I Kaxtrrii: "Star' Mill hold itgu- *- ''img the organization of an have another daughter Janet, I Estimates ratchet
THE HOUSE OF HASTINGS"Counselors Free.
lar meeting today at 8 \I' a' 1 1 18 Club advisory board. who is four years old -

In Good Taste" the Masonic Temple u.c,.t a I. < !hib. !sponsored" j jointly by --
S3S Park Avenue, South, WINTER PARK Florida Phone 597 r..J .
'' ,,, ,. Christmas program follu\\ .i',,, 01 "i \ln'omen's Community On Patio
,j 1[ Stars are invited.ColonialliMMi > >"M Younglen's Christian
000 > X-Mi.] will hold weekly dances |

Home Demonstration MRS JUNE ORRbrideelect for. young people. Members. of I j

Club will hold its regular . of Charles C Gatlmg. the hoard are as:: follows: :Miss1 The
meeting and Christmas partyat Margaret Piper. Young Women's Whistling Oyster

the home of Mrs. Helen 1100er. \'- Community Club: Jack Barber

All steel Gym Sets I 1517 E. Uobinson Ave., todayat Orr-Gatling Marriage Set and Campbell Thornal YMCA:
2! p.m. {i Miss Marcia Hood.] Pilot Club; Wedding Presents
$34.95 to $42.50 cn O :Miss Jennie Carroll. BPWC:

Junior Department of "SOIIIMS Christmas Day' In DeLand I Mrs. Joseph Beard, Junior Soro Christmas Gifts
Sturdily builtstructurally fisliss: !\ Jean Furtick and Rex
will entertain with a tea today i Mr. and Mrs. K. P. Frierson i Mr. and I' Williams, City necrc.ltion
Mrs. Gerald Frierson, In Dept :
at :3 at Sorosis House .
safe. p.m. of DeLand are today l announcing i DeLand. Miss Isabelle Iante\'. Secretaries ANY gift that matters
All members are reminded to
the engagement and approaching 1
Assn.: Miss' Imogene Buie, Amer-
bring gifts to l he sent needy Mrs. Orr, a graduate of DeLand ,
marriage of their daughter Mrs.
j j
icon Fire and Casualty Co. Miss
children . They should be, '!. ; ;: RECEIVED THIS WEEK: Miriam Haskell
June Orr, to Charles C. Gatling, High School was hostess at the Stipick Southern Bell Telephone i Jewelry

tagged with the age of the boy I son of Mr. and Mrs. James L. ] Officers' Club, Orlando Air Base, i 1I [and Telegraph: and also representatives [ Swedish Stemware French Evening Bags Dolls W
or girl to receive them. .
Tickets for the Junior Sorosis.1 Gatling Birmingham of Orlando, Ala. formerly of |[ during the war. She has been ; from the Wise Men's Marghab\ Linen Churchill Throws Castleton China
| ;Club, the JayCccs and Bachelors ;
Charity Ball may be purchasedat I The wedding will take place 1. employed at the Home and Hobby j i Club. Fine Christmas Cards, Etc.

Give 'round this time . A business meet Christmas Day, Dec. 25, at 12 House in Colonialtown for the Resident 1
a year gift. Give one to develop muscles ; members of both
a ing \\ ill he held, and a program I noon at the home of the bride- :
past :year. 'j houses will Christmas I
and balance and one to absorb the boundless energies given during the tea hour. elect's brother and sisu-r-in.la\v, I i| Mr. Gatling attended DirmlngI party on Monday enjoy at a 117 Wall St. I The largest stock of fine china & crystal in the city.

r of a child. Be 000 I 1 ham schools and later Auburn '
growing sure to give one that'sreal Orlando \VoiiienV,
Republican| Polytechnic Institute. Auburn
fun, too! At Haley's there's a good selection of Club will enpoy its annual Christmas Christmas Ala. During the war he served II t
party today at 3 p.m. at the for five years in the Naval Air
Gym Sets, Swings, See-Saws from 6.95 to 42.50 and DAR Chapter House 35 Lucerne Corps. and is now in business j
Given I
lots of other fine toys for girls and boys. Circle. Play with his father. Mr. Gatling.
000
architect in the Orange Building
|, Indies Auxiliary Patriarch. For AAUWThe Specialties Co.
Militant Canton :No. 2 will hold I

its regular meeting at 8 p.m. at annual Christmas dinner Winter Park Pilots
the Fraternal Bldg. . A covered '
I 1 1riT
meeting of the American Association I
dish; supper will be served at 7 Sponsoring New ClubA
of University Women was
p m. Pilot Club is being organlz-'
000 held Monday at the Winter
evening
ed in Lake City under the spon-
St. K aheth's Guild of St. Park Woman's Club with a sorship of Winter Park and

I ikcs' Cathedral will not meet target number of members and Gainesville Pilot Clubs. The organizatioryd -
'"day as originally planned. guests attending. meeting was heldrecently

000 Following the dinner meeting. in Lake City at the 1 V + t tV tk tl
There \\ .ill be a White Elephant Miss Ann C'tirl\\right presente-. Blanche H it t tel. ,

Sale today at 7 p.m. at the Long- a brief outline of the plans for Members f on \\ inter Park at- '
wood Hotel for the benefit of the the Volunteer Bureau and discussed tending the meeting were Lomie

I.ongwood Fire Dept. . All the various types ot hitmore. Anna Houser, Mary
I.ongwood residents are requested services needed. Shiver and Montme Harper. Mrs.

1 to bring their articles for the Mrs. Arthur T. Dear Jr. Sara Griffin Hughes. Governorof

-.tie, to the hotel this morning thanked the AAUW for the toys District 4 and member of the -
214 N. Orange Ave. Phone 6668 There will al"o I he
moving picture brought to the meeting for the Orlando Pilot Club, also attended
-how; s at I the ale.; the meeting. / ,
Toy Cart which has been operated rte ,
c 0 t y dI
by the Philu: sorority at Program chairman for the evening ..
Gotha' Woman's (lull will meet
Orange Memorial Hospital for was Mrs.' Edith McBride

more than a year. Cameron from Pilot Club Inter-

I Mrs. E. T. Furey presided ata national. During the meeting
I short business meeting after speeches: were given by Mrs.
\vhich the singing of Christmas Cameron Mrs. Hughes and Miss
"-.1 rols was enjoyed. led by the Rubie Newhall. First Vice President -
Hot-out Graduates; Group choir of Pilot Club International
d iiid accompanied by Miss Alice on the subject of organizing a I sr 1

Campbell. club both internationally and locally

The feature of the eVf'nins; j
the presentation by the Recent Doris Harper formerly of Winter
rWy i 1t aa (Graduates; Group of the Christ Park now a Red Cross executive -- '

iii.-ss play. Why The Chimes at the Lake City Veterans

I Kjne.; It \\as presented: in pantomime Hospital, was made President of :
a under the direction of the Lake City Pilot Club.
play] santa ' :Miss Clara Wendel, reader. The -- -

rA cast included the following:,: U'eaver-Colc Nuptials \

1 Daid! Crayson as Pedro: Teddy ci-T\
eautifully ._ Phelps as Li'l Brother: Mrs. Dan, Held in Georgia t \

\v. Tedder. Old Man; Miss Bette Miss Elizabeth Cole of this

with Moody. Old Woman: Mrs. E. B.'J't. city formerly of Elmira. N. Y., I
gifts by \( : the priest: Miss Marie( was married to Tellis B. Weaver ,

Moore: and :Mrs. Henry Claiborneis ; of Orlando, Dec. 13 in Folkston, j ji \
; the first and second Rich i Ga. ,
helena rubinsteinCOMMAND j \
Woman: Miss Esther: Veal, Rich:i The couple are making their i
Man! : :Mrs. Dan W. Tedder, au home at 510 E. Jackson SL Mr. ASSURED

arr' thor: Airs. E. A. Rryson, Young Weaver is owner of the Weaver FULLY
Girl: Miss Fl'mceslills, King. I Printing Co. here.

Z4 a l_+ The peasants included the' I Ia' Ii

above cast and Mrs. Virginia 1 G. Thornasen and the Misses A- spot, No secret
PERFORMANCE =Nuckolls and Miss Helen Walker : \ fellow in the Grade i
: Edna Harmon and Diana Ver- 1Z fo( ytunate
The choir accompanied and directed E\ GARDthe :

. drama set to perfume . romantic, was composed by Mrs. Robert of the Kazaros Mme, gowe.Misses Joanne Prentiss and hoUda.-becaus.01 Greyhound'at i "-+t

exciting, provocative! Helena Rubinstein John Ariko Robert Bishop, Richard Bette Moody were in charge alL He's home on tim.lor the

French fragrance masterpiece. 1 ra ". 4s ;. Kazaros. Don Riddle, Jr., J. of the lighting, and Miss and llalliJeanne!stage productions high IngeQuentf spirits-beclI" ." ot f GreY \

PERFUME, 12.50, 6.75 3.75, 2.GG w a, --- - - Chalker was chairman of cos- rapid schedules. He's

tomorrow at 2:30: p.m. for a i tumes. probably
IAU DI PAKFUM. 5.50 3.00, 1.75 .He ; '
Christmas part ty. At the conclusion of the play and conqenial co-p asseng ers

000 the group adjourned' until the hounds luxurY coaches .
Sorority alumnae who have next meeting, Jan. 21. at which foes + .,
P.iiihrllciiic dance invitationswhich ; time the Fellowship Committee 01 Creyhound'S lower
BAROQUE VANITY will not be used are askedto I will present a concert by Dr. packs an extra gift too-because ; \

contact either Mrs. Arthur T. Helen Moore pian'. need('t envy ,
. clever it is . for tit k But yon
as elegant a lips l De'ar.'inter Park or Mrs J.Wesley I. force 01 ttansPottabo I

forms the clasp of this ,black-enameled, b'q; F Fly, Orlando memberi"f lower than anY other

rococo-bordered, golden compact. 5.00 .,\ k 'v thein.ttation exchange com alscTceth loUow start...9 o GroYIIOUNDI:
nnttee . . Those desiring extra "...I.r.lus' \
imitations also llim .lo... ,lot with MW cwhte this smart YuI.fld.
may contact the _. \
._ ptortic. ONE pplieation f.ta like t
ahoce members. for.......,Marta proper chewing. rot
I C-) o T c....... Try Dnttir-... "'....,-_. : ,
..... i:
HEAVEN'SENT STAR . t..ra.lsc a'Ic" at< ata. STATION 1
Orlando .\ ..rmhly Xo. 6. Order ; BUS
of the KaHilxtir for Girl!'. will)l e) ::Ia.lllIJ: : G r IIO1C .'1s1>F;
. dram of demure HIAVIN-IINT PIIFUMI hold] its regular meeting tomoi t.I t. = ,

in twinkling star package. Hang it on a '' ' ; !rowit 7:30: p.m. at the :Masonic j I, I ILL STREET ORLANDO. F LORitA

green branch for)our Christmas angel 1.25 T "' ..,I k Temple. 000 WARREN'SFine '1k .t. : _

Orlando Police Officers' Auxiliary i Furniture -.. ._ .
will hold its Christmas parry .
FLOOR
COVERINGS
LIPSTICK FOUR-CAST .'. : at the Orlando Gun Club t oAPPLIANCES .,...,.. *
.. 'norrow at 7:30:: p.m. with all po700 Fairbanks Ave. -:- WInter' 1 Park I
\.5.. :, ., v -.tr. l lice\ officers and their families as Open Monday Evenings I
. four luscious Helena "t
keyed
lipsti.cl..s. by f :
.. ., .. Kiiests . . A collection of toys I Iuuuu m&j
Rubinstein to dramatize complexions and ., . a.
? ill
S / \\ be taken for welfare children l- uu u u
clothes too! Cases: are banded in costume --' =-.(: 4'( , tr . . Santa Claus will be K 25% REDUCTION \?

colors for quick foolproof selection. In . '.., present to distribute o! <-> gifts. >f On All Glassware and Antiques K I jjr MtVUf ZtttAfiM* i "13
f r> r rI
sparkling lueite car '.all. .for the blonde, {
:
;/ ,' ,(j) The pupils of HillrrrM !School I j The Smart Gift Shop + aed best wishes for milts -
redhead
b.runeue. medium-brown and will _
present a play entitled 1 ,t Cor South SL aDd Orange Ave. ri and miles of nod! health _
sil+er-grel.330 .... ..;,' rr 'f/ _' Christmas Windows tomorrow at Phone 3.2112

: #" ( 1 rr '' kJ : ./ 'S:. p.m.. in the school auditorium. .J'-n.CI_#._"* ._.,_"* ."" ::F..-_,,,, happiness and good.
Forth.NerrYear.I
1n .. It is being sponsored; by the travdinj
..
... I /.
J .
faculty,
end
-- -- .f children from all 1 I
.
.
V .
grade; are taking part.O .

PHARMACY 'I.it ; r O OOrnia Lacated DOWN TOWN the Patio I GREYHOUOJrhutb
;,. / T
J Frirl.iv Frum 120 N ounge and
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125 SOUTH ORANGE ; s 35 Nest MasDmgtuD !SI!
: : rtr.: :: e All OWL BOOK SHOP
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Christmas Pine Castle for nnd ouwcmii e nlA11'7rYdda



ProgramAt Choir Cantata s



Sorosis Scheduled N

Beautifully trained voices Community Choir of Pine By KITTY HENRY Society Editor

blended together yesterday to Castle will present a Christmas WHEN MEMBERS OF the Orlando Army Air Base Women's
a truly inspiring pro cantata, The Music of Christmas: -
gram present of Christmas music for the in a candlelight vesper service Club were hostesses at a formal reception at the Officers Club No doubt you're avoiding a

regular Music Day program at Sunday at 5 p.m. in the school Monday night, the club president Mrs. Leigh Wade not only introduced Trot Chrisr::: ; Y'co:: SPT; \ i IS truly' catc; ,' q a.e Sakes alive it's jolly Santain glance at that (calendar .

Sorosis. Under the direction of I auditorium.The the honor guest news j; VvJk, down the ave>....ucs and see the Yuletide!! dec- the window at M\'RICK'SFURNITURE. it's too remindful there'much
of 483 X. Orange to do and only a week
choir consisting memo
Mrs. Julia K. Campbell, the Orlando ,
Robert St John
High School Choristers bers of the Pine Castle Baptistand commentator >1.rations and hear the familiar Christmas carols Ave. waiting to talk with 'til Christmas, so well joe
but also saw to it that everybody tiny tots. Hell be there your memory to phone
appeared in a well planned pro Methodist Churches, includes had an enjoyable evening ,! . we're glad we still have a few last minute gifts your'til Christmas. While the %-35, TilE ARISTOCRAT

gram give proof of Yuletide of their talent selections as wellas to genson:, the Thomas:Mmes.Watkins Andrew, O.Jor-G. A buffet supper was served following ;;;!t t' buy so we can be a part of the hustle and bustleS children are making their Main BEAUTY SALON 147 X,
wants and wishes known St. for beauty
,
a showing of Yugoslavian your ap-
their instruction. Faulkner, J. J. Wills, E. W. Roe, i 'r Christmas crowds .. but with Christmas only you parents can look at the pointment. We could take
Mr. St. John and
Mrs. S. W. Cooksley, chair- \" S. Naylor, Charles J. Crittenden E. Burns,, pictures presiding by at the coffee table j tt] ,.cek away . it's DO YOUR SHOPPING NOW. grand array of toys . junior time to mention all the won-
man of the day, announced the M. A. Teagarden, bikes, doll carriages [two derful services given there,
\" T. Curry, Gene Burns and were Mrs. Early }-;. W Duncan 4 '
program which opened with two shIes] building sets. A new but you're busy so just take
numbers by the a capella choir the Misses Von Ceil Todd, Jackie and Miss Peggy Walton Special) .st{ You should see TUTIIILLSf. ''''' shipment of tricycles arrived our word the beauticians

/ composed of approximately 60 !I.' Wham, Ginger Wham, Beatrice guests for the occasion included \\f. kitchen these days . it's a : just. this week . in all sizes take pride in adding to your j

young voices. They were Today I I'Gould Edith Martin Joyce Malm- Dr. Hamilton Holt Prof and ,it veritable hive of actitity . '. and prices and good news natural beauty. Don't forget ,

There Is Ringing and I WonderAs berg, Joyce Brown, Greta Garyin, Mrs. Edwin Cranberry. Prot' and ,it over here there's a keg of Dad, :MYRICK'S FURNITURE you can settle some gift

Wander, the works of I I Paul Burns, Mary Lou Spring, Mrs. Rhea Marsh Smith and Mr ,it mincemeat being prepared .1 '. is taking off 30 percent problems, too by depositing

Christiansen and Niles respec- I Mary Shanibarger, Sylvia Tmten, and Mrs. Gamble Rogers and a y\ . over there a batch of :" on all tricycles. No time gift money at THE ARISTO
tively. Ann Holbrook gave a Jan. Gobel and Helen Gardiner. Dr. Kathryn Abbey Hanna y Christmas cookies being cut wasted when you stop at CRAT for a friend or relative
reading from Edgar Guest's The I I Also Ernest McCorkle. Edward Jf up-trees. stars pfeffernuesse ,. Myrick's. for youll find gifts to have their beauty appointment
Lt
Christmas Gift for Mother, followed -: Crawford, Orville Pittsinger. Preceding the reception M and springerle . coming ,r for the entire family. at their leisure. i
Col. and Mrs. Robert Whelchel out of the pumpkin *
Watkins Paul oven are
by two more selections Billy Stone. Tom ; '
from the a capella choir Ding I :McMurry, Jack Teagarden. Bill were hosts at a dinner part at MRS LEIGH WADE 4 pies and fruit cakes. For the MANY HOUSEWIVES we PLEASE THE MISSUS with 1 1a

Dong Merrily by Davis and the Roeder. J. C. Green and the Rev. the chub honoring Col and Mrs . club presidentthem finest in homemade bakery Even on busy shopping days know want something for the new range or water heateror
Cherubim Song by Bortnionsky*. Collis C. Blair. j Philip B. Foote. Dining with ,. products be sure to visit we always stop at GLORIA home and we'd suggest they Simplex ironer from
The fourth number the' jI I were Lt- Col. and Mrs Nelson Cramer Mai and :Mrs V\'t? TUTIIILLS! at 470 X. Or- HAT SHOP in the Washington might like lovely draperies. BARTON'S, next to the Col-
Just on An- Allen J. Gilbert Maj. and Mrs Stephen F.N! oonan. and Mal and, ,il an.ne.. Order dour ('hri't- !'t.rcade to see the TilE CURTAIN SHOP, 16 S. ony Theatre in Winter Park. l
program was a reading, of Miss Mildred Murphy's dramatic :Mrs. John Brennen. ,it mas pies, rolls, and bread l'pst in millinery fashion.> :Main St. has beautiful ma- All guaranteed lines YOU can I

other Boy, given by James class. I o o <) V'! now. Top quality turkeys wrtl And \\rree lucky, for terial . plain, floral be sure your gift will give her e
Hickman. The Girls' Glee Club | During the business meeting, 4 be much scarcer than usual they'd just received a ship- stripes, leaves ? also suit- joy and comfprt for years to

then sang The Wonderful Story Mrs. John Earle Montgomery A NOTE FROM Maj. and Mrs. James Wallace Gatch brings the y this Christmas. according toy ment of lovely sheer hosiery able for slipcovers . giving come. The L. & H. :30 gallon 1'

by Wilson. I land Mrs. James M. Milligan were news that they have added another son to their family little authorities. 1I0e'rrIr.: and a new shade called, mink that new look to your room. water heaters are an

Especially noteworthy was the welcomed as new members into Durbin Cland Gatch having arrived Nov. 26 at Nix Memorial y, Tuthill has assured us that . then there's the unusual For an extra special gift for economy at SI 18.50 with
next number, a solo by Martha the club by Mrs. R. J. Pleus. :Milady, it's the glazed chintz: their copper bearing tanks
I Hospital. San Antonio, Texas. Mrs. Gatch is the former Essie Jt,. as always he will hate his and beautiful black Rebellenylons
Tiller, mezzo soprano. She sang president. "finest birds earth". These bedspread, drape, and vanity that last twice as long as
Alene Parham of Orlando and she reports that their older son. ,y on . ideas for last min- r.
Little Jesus with i Mrs. Robert chairmanof skirt set . "lovely to lookat' galvanized . the Maytag
Sweet Boy a Frailey, turkeys are especially( bred and for 'i
ute gifts buy pair
affectionately called Gatchey Boy, is very fond of his little brother.I ,y a
and delightful to
warmth and charm which Service Bureau own. Dutch oven gas range has
en- the Volunteer ,jj to produce an ultra supreme yourself just. in case some- i
I I ) O O
The wife who appreciatesgifts automatic control which
deared her to the audience. Sponsored by the Junior League ;4 product . short and plump one foigets how much you
of the all members at S THE HOLIDAYS members of the set make for her home will shuts off the gas and cooks
The remainder program i urged to register A approach college ; with oceans of juicy white love flatteringly sheer hosiery -
be delihtedith the for hours retained heat
on
included selections by the Girls' i the bureau for community plans for journeys home and for the many festivities to be \> meat and dressed to the Some mighty smart
[and you'll be pll'aM'd'onr . the De Luxe L & II electric
Choir and the a capella choir, services.Mrs. given for them during the coming weeks. This weekend friends \0 king's taste. Don't wait, order looking handbags, too, we with
the budget prices] at TilE range monotube
and was climaxed with the pre- i S. F. Ricker literature and relatives will welcome home the Stephens College girls Elizabeth u yours today. noted. Good Christmas CURTAIN SHOP. burners, controlled as you
sentation of 0 Holy Night by chairman, announced that the gifts all . hats, hosiery
Better daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James J. Bettes: Shadie 4? would control gas with any
Adam, rendered by the a capella ':'Jan. 6 program would feature Beardall. laughter of Mayor and Mrs. William Beardall: Peggy 4 and handbags at the GIFTS THAT GROW are heat variation, has a deep '
choir, the girls' and boys' choirs. Miss Rubylea Hall, author of ; LIKE TO :MAKE; this her GLORIA IIT SHOP.
well cooker, which when
Heaslev. daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Paul \\ ileacley.Taequelin: y always welcme . especially removed
from three different i Tide who will discuss happiest Christmas . oneshe'll *
The Great
,
... Coming i f if they're bright with Christ allows for another
Lewis daughter of Mr. and Mrs Matha C. Lewis: Sara A. Perry. R
I I ?
" of the clubhouse, where her book. She will be introduced !' remember always
parts For a Christmas treat take berries. burner, oven control and
daughter of :Mr. and :Mrs Rufus A. Perry: Beverly Jean Whitfield. ,1 mas Blooming cyclamen -
the groups were stationed, the by Mrs. Carl Hall chairman of Then why not choose a gift the family or friends to dine are favorites, too. Vines glass window oven . Sim
daughter of Mr. and Mrs W. Whitfield Jr. and Jean :
: Audrey jl of fur. LABFLLE H'R CO..
balcony, the stage, and the club- the day. at the beautiful SWANEE and crotons, cacti, air plants pies Ironers, manufactured
room, this combined number was Mrs. "'illiamlcGee was Conflict daughter of :Mr. and Mrs. Harold V. Condict. . Mary it upstairs 15 X. Orange Ate.it TEA; ROOM: 473 S. Orange ivy . all make charming by oldest firm of kind in the
particularly effective. assisted in arranging floral decorations Bartlum is arriving today from Vanderbilt University in Nashville has a bevy of luxurious furs Ate. Just call The Kubiksat gifts. The Lucy Little Flower world, may be had in 3 r.

Students giving the readingson throughout the clubhouse to spend the holidays with her parents. Mr. and :Mrs. ,Yo i it and for the first time in the 2-0883 for reservations.No hop, 531 Park Ave. S. has styles: to put on table .

the program were members by Mrs. S. R. Mitchell Leonard Bartlum . Kitty Champion is arriving Saturday from ;V* history of the (company need to tell you about the its usual latish Christmas portable on stand, to roll ::
Sullins Junior College. Bristol. Va., to be with her parents :Mr \* they're hating a pre Christ- wonderful traditional Christ display of flowers and plants around and a De Luxe two ...

Antiques for ChristmasJUST -- and :Mrs W C Champion and Nancy Boone. also a Sullins student '4 mas sale featuring scarfs, mas dinner served for the decorative containers, speed, two heat control and e
is spending the holidays with her parents. Dr. and Mrs. George F. ?! jackets, capes, and coats. charming SWAXEE RIVER wreaths and cut flowers plus knee control. BARTON'S, ...
ARRIVED .:- Glass jfcxqulsite Silver Boone. ?j There are four beautiful natural speaks for itself . and the many new ideas for decora- for your convenience is openevenings !
Unusual Lamps and Mirrors 4 ranch mink coats at delightful atmosphere on tion: real holly wreaths, until Christmas. ...
') 0 0 t 4!| $2750 reduced from $3750. Christmas will be augmentedwith fragrant balsam, decorated *
NOVELTIES -:- DOLL QLOTHES \\'f 1
Jackets available for asK lovely dinner musk.Wr'd at
are :
JOAN PLEUS. DAUGHTER of Mr and Mrs Robert Pleus. Is candy canes, growing Christ- GIFTS, YULE CHEER from
MRS. MAYME HODGKIV little as S95 plus tax. Kid- suggest making reservations mas trees, white Christmas THE CHIMNEY CORNER R
At My Home So. of the Airport Kanford, Fla.STAG ** arriving Saturday from Trinity College. Washington. D. C. to
v skin Caracul coats can be now. Of course, you trees bowls of bulbs surrounded GIFT SHOP, 13 W. Pine. It's 1
spend the holidays and Monday Mrs. Pleus is entertaining 3 purchased for 5155 plus tax, know the festivity of this by evergreens and such a busy shop now and at
a party for her. A group of the young college set have been invitedto ,1 reduced from $!65. Scarf dining room is year round berries marvelous table arrangements crowded with the clever the

the Pleus home in Lancaster Park for 11 a.m. . Nancy Crane. ,'1 neckpieces coming in 3 and for luncheon parties, dinner using Australian ornamental, the practical,

daughter of :Mr. and Mrs Royston Crane is arriving today by plane y. 4 skin sets range from S39.50 parties teas, coffees, and re- pepper tiny pine cones, the beautiful in gifts. Just R

p I, from Cooperstown. N. Y.. where she is a student at Knox School y. in Russian Squirrel. Kilin- ceptions. Christmas tree ornaments arrived are lovely wooden +
She will be here through New Year's Day. \4 skips to Russian Sables for greens, and red candles. salad bowls [for which

e 000F ,y S1000 a set. Cite a lasting PICK UP a pair or two of Their clever Christmas cor- you've been asking] . .
\\i, gift to be treasured: by wife mercerized I lyle anklets from sages should be on every bowls of sorocco wood . .
oL \.\\CES GALORE HAVE been arranged for the pleasure of the y sweetheart or daughter. Ly \- DICKSON & IVES for that shoulder. Royal Haeger lamps . electric .

college and older sets during the holidays . They begin Friday BELLE UK: CO. for fine teen ager! on your list. She'll + popcorn: popper with In. R
with the Junior Department of Sorosis' Christmas Charity Ball at furs and memorable Christmas like these anklets for they're RACKING YOUR BRAIN for dividual serving bowls . u
S gin; different . gold metal ini- last minute gifts? THE exquisite trays . china "
Dubsdread Country Club . The annual Teen
Age dance will be ,
1 tials to put on the cuff of GREETING SHOP. 142 N. Madonna . china angels
Friday also at the Orlando Country Club . The Phi Delt Danceis ,:"t each sock. The anklets come Orange Ave. with their daily . china "Good Luck" shoesa

NIGHT scheduled for Dec. 22 at the Orlando Country Club, and the Inter ; in white, blue, yellow, and new arrivals gave us new gift [ collector's item] . delicate
fraternity ball the next night at the Coliseum . The Count } pink and sell for only 49c. inspiration . onyx musical unbelievably beautiful
Club on Dec20.: will lie the setting for the Lambda Chi Alpha V: Ai" The clever addition of ini- pianos playing "To Each His handkerchiefs from Switzer

1a dance. and that same night the Panhellenic dance will he held at .,4; tials makes the anklets per- Own," "Till" the End of land. If you're short of ideas R

FOR MEN ONLY I! the Officers' Club . The Pikes have arranged to have their danceat 1/.T.t/ sonal and for three initials Time," and "Sweetheart of and minus gifts for someone .R

the Country Club Dec. 29 . New Year's Eve will be highlightedby you pay only lOc. Total costis All My Dreams": delicately on your list, browse around
1 the Rosalind Club Ball, and also the Orlando Country Club's annual V. Polly Stctens of Tl. ';. CITY 59c for a last minute gift shaped figurines: Cemar pot- THE CHIMNEY CORNER
New Year's Eve dance. J1 BEAIT1FIL DRESS SHOP that's up-to-the-minute in tery [the begonia shape is *
Thursday-Dec. 18-7 (-09 P.M. I \* in the Washington St. Arcade teens fashions. Your buy lovely]; crackle glass vases; FOR A MAX AND WIFE
o o o I \f. was thrilled thi week to receive DICKSOX i; IVES, street china choir boys: fine Chi- GIFT consider the elegant R

HERE FROM SAN Bernardino, Cal., is Mrs. Leonard Trask, who it some lovely dresses she floor. nese figures; . for the lit- matched cigarette boxes, ash

Mister this is a special occasion! . Christ- visiting her mother. Mrs. V. S. Arnert . Recent guests of \y! purchased when in New York tle miss, there's a fine selection trays and candy jars at 1 R}

:Mr and Mrs..1.: R. Withenngton at their home on Con"Orde.. ,y recently. We agreed with her WE HAVE A HUNCH that of dolls some with angel HOUSE OF HASTINGS, 538 fi

mas Shop with a bevy of charmiAg shopping were :Mrs. Withenngton's! sister.. :Miss Estelle Audrey and Miss Joe 4 they'd make wonderful andy all the people who ate skin and with layettes-all Park Ave., S. in Winter +

Kennedy, students at Florida State University Tallahassee. \ much welcomed Christmas", Thanksgiving dinner at the sires and prices . for him, Park. These are of finest +
.
hostesses . and be sure with a LOUIS :Mrs Frank Lille\ gifts, that'll bring plenty of LAKE LAWSOXA TEAROOM an ash tray with golfer readyto English china and may be R
has returned) from a visit in Alabama. . Mrs. y
putt . for decoration, had in several shades to
when will be going again
t admiring glances worn
Albert .ir. has at
Connelly returned to her home y
gift for her . following surgeryat to holiday festivities.i for Christmas for the same gold'and silver and colorful match your other furnish'
the Orange Memorial Hospital . Mrs. Ann Harrington ;y wonderful food, same good trees; lovely candle holders; Ings. Less expensive are a
\ Crary of Hollywood C.,,1' formerly Of Orlando. is here for a visit ,i cheer, more surprises. Cost metal Christmas tree with matched floral decorated set

with Mrs Nell) Sellers a'' her home on Ferncreek Ave. ,il JUST THE; THING nut will be $2.00 for dinner . candles [becomes a glittering of cigarette box and tray. ..

---- -- ] 'i1 HIM. JUST THE THING 1.75 for Christmas dinner ina novelty when decoratedwith The perfect gift for certain
il' FOR HER: For all-time box, delitered. Serving tinsel]. While gifts are people are matched oval ..

Christ I', cherished gift-git-ing make it hours: 12 to 2:30 . 5 to still arriving, time is flying, framed miniatures of Famous .
111 as : if watch from :M. :M. bLGAL, 8:30.: :Make reservations before so don't delay in shoppingat Children. Other pictures

y JEWELER, 32 W. Church 8 p.m. Dec. 23. by dialing THE GREETING SIIOP. for Important spaces

Program \y st . Bulova, Waltham, Lly )- 2-0906. LAKE LAW In your living rooms are simulated at

gin, all beautifully styled. SOXA TEA ROOM: 1201 E. .:/: oils beautifully
j Anyone suitable for the one Jackson. framed. More tables came R
At Memorial in this week . a pie crust
4 you lote. The Ronson lighters *
/
make wonderful "stock- THERE'S NOTHING that tTHOIPSOXIEE'ES lamp table, several Duncan R
M2opfilale1l The annual Christmas y Phyfes and commodes and
program personalize f gives the an'rage"oman a lovely credenza. R
a given by the Memorial f more satisfaction and real : Jew- *. at
SEGAL'S do their
!jj own t"ngra'ing -

ivtl, ) be held at the school auditorium *J of work, too] so can Christmas a decorative morning box than with toopt"n crystal proud of with their sterling display silver of party dress, so why not let

tomorrow at 8 p.m. A ..f gin prompt sertice. There's luscious lingerie and what inlay National Silver De- Santa bring her a lovely new I.t
muil) of 3no charge on rngrating oft better place to find it than Lady Boo handmade pantie
160 children from thee posit*are] in their Park
!? there and dress from THE PETER
gifts purchased" ;;&:
MILUIY'S:
; pnth SPECIALTY at the
Ave. and today
shop,
eighth
and ninth AND JANE SHOP, 19 W. /
i .J'i only a slight/ cost for work SHOP 144 X. Orange Ate.
grades w ill take directed Tramor Cafeteria. This
part,
brought in to personalize. Washington These new arrivals -
, t>\ l..au* :Mallard and 1/ Lovely and so lavishly trim- handsome tableware may be I
.a tea, 0Mr*. Law Mallard.accompan 1 med with beautiful imported had in a variety of pieces, in dressy dresses are [
S ; lace the negligees . of finest material;some with
are and the silver has a rhodiant
We'd be "illinto bet the 74
The which ; fine lace trim. From the
is same
program open ) dreamy, nifty. Then we finish which is nontarnishable. -
Gentlemen- tr, 'he public will be c Bing Crosby "Merry: Christ- designer comes little wash
3 as follows, : sighted with sighs the pure Also on display at the
t .f mas" Album or Eddy Arnold
able tafetta housecoats
Ilollingawortls'fr I white with exquisite deep from 9 ever
Tramor today and
fh Firs' Album, "All Time Hits"matches t
Noel Old Cntluli Carol r. lovely. Another "different"gift
I duo will yolk of fine lace with perky the so
( U nurua Can It Came Upon s Midnight Clear Willis the wishes of some- to 9:30 on Wednesday
sentiment Joi tc :he World Handel :s tucks for a fitted waist. For 24th and again on the 31st is cosmetics for the tiny I
convey you.r Silrnl Nigh Gruber il one on your Christmas list. tot . bath mitt with talcum
the Christmas bride there'san sets of Dirilyte gold fin-
as world lta.eJ O Com Al Ye Faithful 18 Century Carol .jl ASSOCIATED: 113 X. Or- are
yon bath set cosmeticset.
powder, or
S Seventh Grade GirU' cberuaII unusually beautiful bridal ish flatware [Solid, not plated .
3ange Ate. has these two al- set. For delicate lingerie gifts ] which has created sucha Such grown-up gifts . It
J The Christmas Store bums that'll bring! Yule cheer
S.rr.torEhza..thN.r stop MILADY'S: SPECIALTY furore wherever seen. Orders shell dance with delight on
t ,< 'or-Ehz..tb. Osburn q.and lasting pleasure.. The SHOP. are now being taken for Christmas. Of course she'll :e:
r Break Forth Mixed Chorus Bach j'i Bing Crosby album of Decca. this by TIIOPSOX. want a doll and youll find a "

r AT M.na. __ f records includes the popular grand assortment at THE
Schubert It must be unusual, different, REEVES for delivery after
Ulan* For.h.y.ull.b' *l ""'hite Christmas" andS PETER AND JANE SHOP. =I:
4 sf ,t 'he Christ Child Birecak typical Florida, lovely. Lady, Christmas.
"Adeste Fidcles. The Eddy
* *
that's no gift problem, ju..thie
Whui B' Our SleepingoFlock We Lay jj Arnold RCA recor4hate IF YOU'VE LOOKED and at
j down to DOX DEE OXE OF THE :MOST ATTRACTIVE -
Chorus Arr \\hitfordGirls' ;t such favorites as "It :MakesNo SHELLCRAFT shop in the and sensible looked and still can't decide %

ORo. M h- AdamsJo v Difference Now" and arcade, 120 X. Orange Ave. lamps we've seen is made of what to give Her, worry no it
.jgi 4 e Angel> 0 rh, Fields"re Tyson Were Firing v i "Rockin Alone." Both albums We were shoerl'dith hand wrought aluminum, an more. We talked to Sallie at

F Old French Carol S are 53.57 and .\SSOI thanks for the lovely shell upright student lamp with McKibben at McELROY'S, p
The Manger Kountz I Jj CIATED suggests these as [she always seems to know
Alice Smith jewelry we gave last year adjustable heights. Even the R
Girls' Chorus u good pickups for this lastS and know you will be, too. shade is aluminum and it just what gifts make fem at
Now LeT E"Tonue Adore Thf! Each week of shopping. This intricate jewelry in a takes NO cleaning. A good- inine hearts thrill] and she p

? .. Mixed ChorusIII 5 4 pleasing variety of patterns looking portable aluminumash told us compacts were ever

\a the : utr JMU Of Brata ____.. Gaul 5,1? AS.\ GIFT SUGGESTION combines the natural beauty tray stand would makea popular and always in good R
Diane Forshar of tiny shells and delicate grand companion piece. taste. The only problem is
L\ Girls' Chorus it\ for a certain young woman deciding which is lovelier. R
pastel shades into designs of Find these at the SEA GILL
\r.. Coda There Is Rinimi Christi.men y about toOho.. amazed all "...
Elizabeth Arden
Ding Dong Merrily Darts fascination and clevernessany GIFT SIIOP, in Winter Park Dorothy
% Cart" '' "he Bells LeontoTirh-WiIhousk }. her plaj fellows awhile back woman is proud to own. which is open nights until Gray, Marie Earle . snappy P
Hallelujah Amen (Judas Maecabeuo \J by going in for knitting . For anyone on your list who Christmas. and so smart in their sim P

Mixed Chorus Hacdtl ;t a generous supply of Bernat likes handicraft work, give plicity. For an alluringlyfeminine at

't 3 or Fleisher yarns from the the shellcraft kit . it will FOR A GAY LITTLE HOSTESS gift it's the exquisP
KNIT-A-BIT SHOP [122 E. give hours of pleasure. Your GIFT, why not cocktail i die, slightly dreamy imported R
5 Morse Blvd" Winter Park]
ABCOIAPER
. Gnerlain 31Shalimar
Floridian gift shop is DOS napkins or finger tip towelsof perfumes
. shell bless you. Any
Jj Carons, BellodgU
Rand
DEE SIIELLCRAFT. real Irish linen embroid-
SERVICENew jj man would adore a pair or
ered in precious small designs many others by famous p
two of Argyle socks. Fast
Accounts and Future VJ knitters can make these in LOOKIXG FOR A SLIP in by natives of the Virgin perfumers. Put McELROY'Son at

Reservations Are Solicited i 4! time for Christmas by pur- the new long length? Then Islands? These are ;your shopping list.Wednesday. atR

\UNUS Telephone 2-1177 \it chasing> Argyle Sock Packs take a peek at the lovely among the charming and unusual -

4 5? in eight color combinations satin, lace trimmed ones at things at HAMPTON Ittv
y from this shop. These work THE TOWXE SHOP. 250 HALL, 124 Morse Blvd.,

L/Jo t J $ up in a jiffy and the yarn is Park Ave, X, Winter Park. Winter Park. For babies a
ANNOUNCINGCRYSTALS wonderful lot of useful gifts =
*
y 100 per cent wool and W'on- All sizes from teen agers. "
More Peter Pan bras, too as well as those which entertain 7
cJ for all shape derized, r anti-shrink and
JEANNE which fit divinely, in both like the cute stocking
UAL CANDIES WATCHES -I anti-matting] . .
1 HOUR SERVICE .*: McGEE is keeping her shop satin and cotton. For small dolls. Ask for your free cookery i

EXPERT WATCH REPAIRL'GBLOCK'S Jj open Thursday night for last fry an imposing collection of calendar. a gift from the
JEWELRY stuffed animals and dolls. shop. \
FOR THOSE minute knitters.
WHO LOVE FINE THINGS 4 . .
18 w Church St. ,
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Ijht. D lbigher) ._nu._ -- 1 301 - -- 5 4 COd 2 109 Moultrie Thomasville and i'll-

Coo : Stront light country off.r.O B.ltlmore Ihllhor) h..n___ 00- -- 2 281 1 4 lea 2 250 ton, Ga.; Dothan, Ala., and Jacksonville -
tnvs. TOI.I" __00- 2 319 21 2 86 14 381 U .311 25 1.84Irr..ular
Firm, advanced with ether .- ; b-UnCh'II.d tit blehem: c-stood?: d--hlgh... and Tallahassee.

rain*. GRAPEFRUIT (bed) Hog prices were mostly steady
HOOSStadl to 21 cent higheri to. florida Sid 1IId Rio I o.k \\1 1iI1Il1
t *". 1I.cI.! Soles Wlr.tIeI boise Composite quotations as eight I '
} CATTLE: Unevenly weak to steoni; to. CIT\- Market term Car avg. Car au Car Losew plants for soft and semi haul

UI 100. S York City .nor.l higher) ________ ______-___ __ .'_ 1 257
.Nw. Vork hogs were as follows: medium .
Philadelphia lower) -------------I 211
tw 55 rLAaac CET1CE 54 )I t 'I'Ii6E
hocks: M.flI: "rice chOnget nor- 5Oct05 ilowet) to choice barrows and gilt 1K) .., 5-- -
P ittsbursit == :===:::::::::::==::: :::::=:::: = ::: ---- - :: ::_ i .< U-0 uNiT; o ON co4'5 -a--. --

BONOS: Mi.i *... high ..r cod lue* In Ch..o. ._______________ _____--n_ __ .__ -- - __ _n8t. 240 lbs., largely $.!:J.,X() !;_ l 2o; 2 IE E '1)6) CSTECT'SCES7' 4PtO&dBs rZ j

demand. Louis -_u____________ _n______ __ ___ u __. with some lots getting u\\ to 0r 3G 'So7 UB2 MiRe..ul!' EE S0,2rC : :
COTTON: Higher aggressive mill uying. B.lllmore higher un________________ __-_____._ __ ___ I 2111 .
Totals _--___..__ .. _ _ -- _n 2 2.14 1 251 S2450. Weights 210-270 Ibb MA St2.B *2 57 t-EBP' t .rEi t412726 ))4 DOOEIl8
GRAPEFRUIT Is-dl.-) !235a$21; ; M> Ibs and up

DOW-JONES AVERAGES Std In" Rt9 In. $20.21: .$_'=1.To; 1CO-180 Ibv. :>!i<>:<
NEW YORK (UP) CJ''Y-U.rk.t term 814. 80u. 'W1f.tIeI Bo... Boise
It : Open High Low Clot* .Not. Ch. New York Cat! IlrDor.l I I higher) _-_______ - 2 2.52 15 3 511 $:!3.j; (); 110-110& (; Ibs.Ol1:;: s_ :)(1 i

39 Inds 1T969 18025 171.1 17'.44 oft 0.25 Philadelphia loser) ___.nn __-_____ - 1 260 120-1 to Ibs SltoO-lS;:; .Mi )iium
20 Hail 49.5* 49.7J 49 08 49.12 off O.19 Boston lower --un.n______________ I 238 I 242 -
15 Util n.n n.JO n.11 13.01 off 0.21S0 Pttbur.h __ .n____._____-______ ___ few 24SChtcao and good sows, mo-tly! >ltt-22'
St'k C3.83 (4 05 C3.42 M.CT off 0.1? . .__nu____________ few 2.61 6 21 The >iactual price limit in
Transaction M 7OO: railroad. 52.4OO; St. Louis .__________________ 3 221 |
uti..t.. ... 37 COO; total 178700 Baltimore (higher) _.___________-__n___ few 204 1 27J 3 269 the area was $24.75 for good
B ond i Clot* Net Ch. Tot.la _nnn________ 1 238 2 2.53 18 J 40 12 2.0I and choice 180-210( Ih. well
40 Bonds ____h._ 9783 UP 0.011
10 1st Mails ._nU_._. .102.M of f shrunk, soft and sf'mi-hard
10 2nd Hails. _._-___n__ M.O9 off 4)).IS I barrows and ilts.
10 Util,I* 10208 u. 0.27 :
10 Soda _::-__.u.oo.00._ 100.30 u0.14 I Closina Stock Quotations I ISTOCKO :. Cattle trading was actie and

strong to $1 higher on slaughter
!
NEW YORK [fAPI] The recov- I I classes. Prices for most classes
IN TNt SPOTUGHT Hd. Hi;.h Low L_,tLoews
cry shift faltered in yesterday s NEW VO"K lAP lal. cO.fl0 Drceafld Inc 51 19'. 18'. 19'. and grades were at new high
Stock Market althougt selected net change of the 14 most active stocks Lonll.'rt 'iP 14 19'i 18'. 18'. levels for the season. Sttskeialso TI'A7 (IP.A 3.J' WZ B ILf. E5E.Ylt1urE5 PIQN 4lJ51 wt- cZts

rail- and industrials man- yesterdayaram : -M- : OPE e3 QECS 6MGE t )1 V! 1A<1S. A B.CA
Fict 18.2OO 215s plus V*. Mack Tru.ks 11 52 51'. 51'. sold at strong price. :MOM.good \
aged to keep in the plus ranks Penn RR 12400 18 Plus '4Comwlth Macy 'IRHl' 13 34'. 34V4 34>. fed slaughtered steel.-> tin! HIN<)NC, C A 50MM-) ALWAYS JKE4 I IT A TWL8E 5 A 7g3EM- OFP t47 : -
I R.d.o K..t" Or 10.700 0 no. Mar", Mldl.nd 19 fl'a II". 6'. -- ::2
Eight consecutive sessions 8. boo '900 2"a minus >,.. Maroh.1I Frld 15 25V 24'24.'. heifers weighing 450::; Ibnui IWME'5E- C1Z rLB5.) AMQN6. 3ACEL5T$ I

without an average loss inspiredsome Unit Car '..00 2"'. n*. Martin IGL 8 15 14'. 14'. more were quoted fiom 521-: 1 ;.; rca csa d'MA4 NEOGACEC. aNCW I ILzl.NG --
the Socony Vac '10O laSs minus >a, Mo K.D Tn. 12 4', 4". 4'. ci.. =
cashing -
in by professionals Warner SeaS Pot 1..00 11".I..., '.. Monsanto Chem 27 58". 59 59-. $24 Medium grades burnout I :; ) fU O7 P18ICIJLAZ QEA 4 :

who figured that a technical Canad Pac 75O0 lit4 piza la. Montsom Ward 49 5]*. S3 53 :>16.jo-22. I. i---
-
correction of the early December Am Airline T.6OO 7V minus ',*. Murray Carp 20 111111\. 16\. \' 'l4 ""'
Pan Am Airways T.300 n_. -- Common steePS suit heiferswrrrt : /

drop had been consummated Gulf Mob & Oh 7.200 IJ'.. no. Nash Kelvinator 16 17*. 17', 11'" S11sH:; (>>..:;. ('annt'r and \ c"t
Armour Co 7.000 14 > minus, >.. Nat . . -
and the list left in a more a Airlines 19 8'. 0'8'. ..5 \ "
GsA Pub Util *. 00 12.. "0. Nat Auto Fib . 8 10'. 10*. 10'. utter glades Including bulls, / '
or less vulnerable position. Reinvestment PhillIps Pet C.>00 S*',.. plus, *.. Nat Biscuit 25 31', 3O*. 3O*. \\rre $10413.Medium(> : :; / > .

demand still was a Nat Can 9 9'. 8'. 8', of: )- ; "
NEW YORK (API Nat Cash Reg 9 41'4 40** 41'. : beef cows brought si.> C -
factor in offsetting wanting tax Hd*. Nigh Low Last N.t Container 21 13". 13'. 11'. $18 and a few good Brahmin I ; IJttJetL
offerings. Good corporate news AC P-BrIU Mot 14 1'. II". 64 Not Dairy Prod 24 284 27'. 28'. .
A.r R.ducton 41i 26'. 211'. 26'- Nat Dept Stores 6 17". 17'. 17', heiferettes were $22-$23.2j in \
was pretty well ignored. Skep Al aaka Juneau 4 4 3'. 4 Nat Distillers 29 21'. 20'. 20'. Central Florida.. Common tovv ,; '
tics regarding foreign affairs and AII..h.n, Corp ._ 24 31. ]'. ]'. Nat Gypsum 23 15. 19'. 19'. t'
Ai leg Lud Stl 12 30'. 29'. 30'. Nat Lead 29 34'. 33'. ]]'. brought S1250-S15 few around l : .
possible new Washington anti AI Chem dE Dn 11 181 1811 1116 Nat Pow ft Lt 38 15 16 '. 15 16 $16; cutters SlloO-SllTo: : and l
inflation moves stood aside or JUl1.-Ch Mfg 24 ]9'. 3R'. 39'. Nat Supply 49 22'. 22'. 22'.
Am Airlines '77 '7'. 11. 1'. Nehi Corp 2 xd 18'. 18'18'j canners S920-S12 with Shelly l F.- -w -
trimmed accounts. Am Cable dE Sad 41 4'. 4'. 4'. Nenport Indust 11 24'. 24'. 24*. Canners S5-S9. Common and medium *-OJMPIAw4'l I surlctpcc.DI: lii. 0'J C1 ('(TO nr :!tEp OrE,

Dealings slackened after an AID Can 18 110 'ist.\ 80 N T Central RR 29 111. 13'. 13'. of bulls ANVBOCV OH. OONT KTWW'''I SUPPOSE: SO MOSS ARE ALL AI Iv.E' LEE C-J I gy- LEAST t UEARNED Mv LESSON'fXISE WI-fit
grades .
Am Car dE Fd, II 4]'. 43 43'" N Y Chi ft Stl PI 6 128 127 127No sausage
active opening. There were a Am Cyanamid 211 40'. 39'. 39'. Am Aviation 17 B'. 8s. 8s. brought $12.5O-S16.5ti ;( I SEE VOU SOs\ OTHEPS! t KHOW... HHV WIUOt/ED, T(1Jti'" caT"To-E' 8 OOOP PRIETOS O' 113e'aj0004'T)

few wide jumps by "thin" issues Am & For Pow 18 2'. 2'. 2'. Northern Pacific 39 20' 20'. 20'. Some and choice sllgitt'realt's \ I (H THC' good ; :) i ,
Am Howe Prod 211 3.i. 2J'a 2J'. -0- ..
but declines of fractions: to Am locumotle. 24 20'. 20' 2CP.Am Ohio Oil, _. 34 31'\4 30'. 30'. were S22VM: :! : iiinliunigiatles C L ) Mfc 1, v8EPMteRe1s: : -,' A J.ALEXANDE f4fOt'tThERC ---WfTjHUtK. t4'-J

a point or so predominated at Pow oil Lt 30 su II'. 8', Otis Elevator 4 32 31'. 32 QL '"'I .. tWE A'3T-1 _____ .
Am Rod oil SL S 110 14'. 14'. 14'. O..ens-III Olass 2 72S4 72 7_'4 :; Slr 7VS207"and: "011I1111011 i ,. ,
the close Volume dwindled to Am Roll Mill 111 ]6'. 35"36'" -p- calves and \ealers $15SIT: t nil!..- ., .

1.080.000 shares from 1.430.000 of Am Smelt & It 16 59 511'. 58'_ Pac Gas ft Elec 32 35'* 34'4 34'. $681175CHICAGO :
brought .
Am SLiI Fdn g 28'. 2828'. Pac Tin Cons S 4.. 4'. 4'. _
Monday. AoA l 8u..r Rot 8 46'. 46 46'. Packard. Mo'or 60 4'* 4'* 4>4
m Tel iS Tel 52 150'. 150'. l5O'P an Am Airways 69 9'. 8'. 9anhandle CUP USDA) Hogs 14 OOO :
The majority of MeeN motors Am Tob B 28 68'. f7i P ft R 19 7s. 1\. 7'. Active and dteadv to 25! cents hi-hf-. I Iit It
aircraft and utilities Am Viscoon 6.d 54'. 54'. 54', Parara Picture 186 21'. 21 21-. early round. Later trade and rli',e si...
Am Wot Wks 11 8'. 8'. 8'. Patino Mines 31 11'. 11 11'. and part of advance lost Top 2700
were fractionally in arrears :: Woolen OP"r': 43" 43': Penney UC) . 6 42'. 42*, 42V practical top late 275.. Bjlk tomi .,m)
Western Union conceded 7-8 at scsoda = 34' 34': Penn-Cent Aid 8 6'. 8'. 6>. choice 180-300 lbs 2650-2685 wruh'more ,
Armour dE Co '711 14', 14g. "'. Penn Pw &: Lw 40 18s. 18'. 18'. than 250 Ib mostly 2i> 75 an" lev
20 1-8 as a communication As.d Dry Goods h_ III 151. 141. 14'. Penn RR 124 18 17*. 18 Loads shout 350 I Ib. 2600. few ino IRQIbs

strike threatened. Atcb T di Sf _._ 15 85'. 54'. 855. Pepsi-Cola __ 52 23*. 23 1, 23'4 26 25-38 75 Rows steady to seat h--
AtAt i Coast Ltll. "h .5 41'. 47'. 47'_ Pfizer. Chas ft Co 19 52 50'. SO', Some late .ale. 3S cents lover Bulk ___ _
Bonds were uneven. At Chicago i Refining noo___ 7 35'. 34". 34'. Phelps Dodge 28 47'. 47 47'? nod and choice 300-50O Ibs sost2 ) OO _
At las Corp .U.n 4 22'. 22'. 22'. Phtlt Elec 28 22's 22',4 22'. 24 110. .
grains rallied after earl AvC'O .tfg oou_ 42 5'. 5 5 Phllco Corp . 9 35 34'4 35 Cattle '7.500; caUe. 800 Choice steers
softness'heat ended 2 1-4 -- Phillips P* 68 59'. 58". 58'. And heifers scarce and Heart Mrritum C '
up Bald Loro __ _' 32 135. 14', 14'. Pressed Stl Car 19 11'. 11'. 11'. and tood trades steady to weak. Some ::, EQ "_
to 3 1-4 cents a bushel corn 1 Bal' & Ohio _ 29 12 11', 11'. Procter ft Gam 11 ,;t'. 65'65'. dropped 2o-50r Cows and. bulls steadv
3-4 to 2 1-4 and oats ito 1 3-8 B.rn.d.1I Oil 28 37'_ ]7'. 37'. Pub Svc NJ 21 20 19s. 20 10 strong Load ,holce medium steers
5.5011 AYIIt .n_ 11 30., 30's ]0'" Pullman 11 ss'. Ill'* 53'. held more than 38 50. Setrrml loads low ICE
Cotton was up 70 cents to $125 Bo't Seeds -. 18 30295- 30'. Pure Oil --- 30 27 26i 26'. choice steers and yearlings 32 50-35.00
a bale. The Curb turnover here B.tb !Wed 13 100 99". 99' -R- Medium and rood tteers predominated at CREAM

BI..KDOX I 15'. 1)'. 15'. Radio Corp 52 9'. 94 9'. 2400-3000 Load tow choice Colorado
was 280.000 shares versus 340,000 Boonl Airplane 11 22'. 22" 22'. R Radlo-K-Orph 107 9'. 8'* 9 heifers 31.CO: load mixed steers. and helf SODA .

today Borll'D Co 21 42'41'. 41'. Renting Rand _. 39 11'0 12'. 13 ers 32 >0 Stilt medium and good hell IN TOWNTW5 -
B org Werner 11 53 52.a 53 Repuh AsIa 10 'J'. 7". 7'_ ers .21 00-2800. meolura and aood beef
Br.nlff Aifw 9l's Repub Steel '0' 17002100 Canners and l utter
l's 1'. 28 26'26'. 26,
Citrus BrldlfPort Brass 14 10'. 105, 10'. Revere Corp ft Br 10 19s. 1'19'. 11.50-14. 50 Good heavy bulls 20502100.
Report Brl.n Mig 21 32.. 32'. 32'. nail Drug 62 7'. 7 7s.Sateway Veal steady; practical toP 28.50.

CANLOT SHIPMENTS.. REPORTED FOR BUdd Co 14 10'. 1010'. R'YDOlds Tob S -._ 15 40:. fO 40:. STATE FAil MEltS' MARRETsanlord
THE U., .. FOR MONDAY uiova Watch _ 3 37'7 37'. -5-
'' Burlln, Mliii _. 22 21'. 20'. 21 stores _. 8 20'
I'la.I I Cal An La IT... O'nd 20' 20'. The fol1o"11 prices reported bs Smalert
Burr A"d M.cb I 14\-a 1414'. S t. Regis Pap .
Commodity 'total can cars cars cart total 'h 29 g'. 9', 9'. tin the Stale Farmers Market for producr
Oranges Ul I 333 -cC.llf henley Distil. _. 54 33 S 33>. 33'. sold 10 tru-kers sod i
dealers 12 01
31 i-acting 2 33'. 33' S eb Al RR UP to
Grapefruit 43 I 48 3] 10 16'. 15'. 15'. am Drc. 11:
Tangerines 50 50 C.II.h.D z..1A4" 111 2 1'. 1'. Stars Roebuck 34 37S4 3714 ]1'" Sean. Oro.n. bu
hpr. 2 ItO2 11Smto.
S
Mixed C.D Dry 0 AI. _ II 14'. 14s 14'. 'eivel Inc 15 '
citrus 12 f 1"" I lot 11'. 11 11S. 1101 bun. __ I 752 to
Cnrenorted 4 grapefruit 1 tangerine; CaD.d Palflc 81 11' II'. 11'. 'hell Union Oil 16 32'. 32 32'. Cabbn.r.rate or su---------n. 00- 22"
4 mixed' rttrtmSUMMARY C.rrl.r Corp n 'd'a limmons Co . 12 34'. 33'. 34snclalr __
C.uhflo. __
OF PASSINGS.. THROUGH THE C OlO IJJJ Co .__u 8 45'-io 41 45C.lerpll ( Oil 31 16'. lfl'. 16'. crate crate hn 400-350. 400Celery. 4-0:
FLORIDA GATEWAY tracior .. ,ocony Vacuum (1 16'. 16s. IB'. nuoo.
C.I.De.e Corp 41 27',. 26'. j o..t"rrD .. Chars b,. hpl nnnn 003 25 _
Includlnr diversions 2.C.lDtn PaNtie 20 4. 411'. 411'. -
hour period endlnc II a Savannah m for 24 Corp __n. 11 27 211'. 26(. 30uthern Ry 28 371. 31'. 3P. Collard CO-Osut... 60 50 to bun.5*. _. .nn_______. 4 1251 2t-- 4 ;30Cucumbers. 0 J---_ \ l\t: GOT M'l ''DEA.'E.tL YOU Z&. OL2 gATE &E OFTV CiHO. \ ; (WELL. i wt

last West South Total C.nt Foundry IS". 8'. 8'. Sperry Corp 12 23: 22'. 22'. bu hpr. .n__ 2 304) 00E"pl.Dt. ) V 00 .C" A" ::> f..1. Ck.l.A.4QThE Plg '.!? FIR FMLYt/ \ ) \ _
Oranies Corro d. Pas 15 26k. 211'. 263. Spiegel Inc 20 10 9'. nnn jEE'E ; ' \Cte G.'J' _
V'
Grapefruit 33 e 10 40 82 6 Cert.ln.Ta.d Prod 11 11'. ibSo 16', Stand Brands 42 26 2S>. 25"-. bu hor. nn___ ] Of3 7 '. Oi'i ::: G.. CI.: TO ir Wrfjjr..E 1t4.P-.. VOU) A M'rAt-.E. v::
Lott..re, c.bero ____
(
crate 725- 177Onions. ,1,1. (.5 t.5&tE
C hes .4 Ohio 34 42'. 42t1 42'_ Std 0 ft X 84 n ,
Tsnierlnei IT 7 ,ft, 30 Ft 11 21'. 22 22'. dog bun. .___ 1 101 50P'UDS. .. or"f cAMt.-lE KJ
Ch 101 IIp! 01: Sac 40 8. 8'. 8'. Stand Oil nO
Mind citrus I 1 11 20 Cal 44 61'. 61 61'. 5013 __ _
asPeas. 15 nO.18'"
Total cars held Sam. yesterday: 1 Chi dE NW 15 151. 14'. 15'. Stand Oil Ind 44 4(1'( 40 40'. En.lt.h. n ,. NO1
Chr"lrr Corp 48 82" lIu hpr. 3 00- 3 3(1Peppers. il
oranges 112 62'" Stand Oil NJ __ 40 77U 76'* 17 n.
'AISI..al.. POTOMAC YARD AND PASS CIT Fln.n 25 39'. 39 39 Stand Oil Ohio h_ 12 27s. 27*. 21'. lIu hpr. _00 3 ,05 5)Potato )) ; : .
-..
For INGS.. 24-hour AND"' DIVERSIONS period ending.. AT Sam CINCINNATI.. yesterTan. .. .. g:: El Cola Illuin . 31 3 I r.l r. lib 36. Std Sterling Stl! Sprg Drug _._h u 14 10 37 14'7 311.6'13'. 13".. . Sweet 5 dOl. bu hpr. lI.k& _h 2 2 )002)3O2 27Radishes. 10Souash. -< "

d.,: Cola.te Palm P e 42'a 41'. 41'_ Sterl Drug Pf 1 119'. 8.. 89'. Yrllo. bu. IIpr. 2 ))03 50Strawberries.
Col Fuel Ii Ir __ II IS'a 1)15'. Stevens JP 13 32' pint 41)
Colum G oil EI 2V 11'. 11'. 11Coml -4 3Hg 32 Tomatoes. cr.Ie. I lb. cartons 4 701 10Tom.tos. )
Or. G,... gee- Mixed 5tok.IV.n Camp 5 19 19 19 t:
40 lb. crate II 007 f1l .
HM* fruit In.* Cltru. T....' Credit 11 421. 41". 42'. Stone A. Webster 9 12 1 t'.. 11'. Turnps. doa. bun 1 itI 75Oranges. 4, 4
C ant 801"DI) .. 4 22(. 22'. 22'
Baltimore Studrbaker
10 3 S 1 a Corp 30 20' 20 20 ,- I.
Com sitS, 5815 14 26'. 25'. 25'. box ._ _. 1 IFOrspefrult. 2 ,,1 )
Boston
14' 4 __ Sunray Oil 48 11 10'. 10',
bes __. __
1 tIs- 1 7"T.
Buffalo 3 2 .: __ ,tc Com''tlt' M auntS Vg 2". 2.. 2. Swift Co _ 6 35'H! 35353.. -
Chic.go I __ ons ElllsOD 50 2l1a 21'. 21'. -T- soserines. 4 S boa __- 1 ;32(10 I 444, ,
Cleveland -1 - u __ C ons Vultes It 13., 13'. 13'. Texas Co 55 59 5858*. KumQu.ts. 4,5 box 2 00- 2.25 ,I
L.mons. FlorId. 4 II boa 1 -
COD' SoS 7 12'. 50
12'0 12'. .
Columbus 0 6 __ Tent e.a Oulf Sulph 6 )1'5 511'. 57'.
Detroit 4 __ C Can __ . 51 33". 331. J3'. T es Psr C & 0 14 44 4)'. 43'. '
N. Y City 28 30 12 14 Ctlnt Motors __ 15 II'. II 8Cont Tn P.c L Trust 12 30'. 30 30 Furnished CURB through STOCK LIST Merr1l1. ,4f'
Philadelphia. 19 8 all Dol 28 52'. 52 52 T ide Wat A all courtesy
4 11 Cora Each..a ._ I.SO 22 21', 23'. 23". Lvnch Pierce Fencer and Beane
Pittsburgh 0 I I 3 _. Corn Products 65'54'a 54 54 Tr.ns-Amorlr. 3 13'13'. 13". Aluminum Co of AmerAmer 57'.
5 65 65'.
Providence1 Trane rans & w.5t Air 10 n'. 16's 161. Oat A Elec. __ _.
C Co I )14'. ''I -
Washington 0 2 -- 34', 34(4 34'_ Trl-Cont Corp 211 II'"-. II.(4 6'. Ark. N.I'I Oas A .u_ 0Amer. IDEA PLAVING J ''MOW THOW
rumble Steel 8 25' 25 nu h )) I
Htld. for rteonilgnmrnt POtomac Ttrd C urt). Publlohl 32 I'.. 0 25 gCUrti T..ntCFo.. 69 23', 22(4 2]'. Light A Traction h..h_ 15'. ( ( A TflCX LIKE THAT ON I -
Sam yesterday 2 oranges; 2 grapefruit -U- Ashland Oil Refg .________ 14(4 THiS AWFULTHING x
,.
Wrllht 29.d 4'. SMELL '
T tangerines; 1 mixed citrus Cutler.H.mmer _._ 4 26" 211 4" 2t.4o Union Sag k P 411 31. 32'. 31 Atlantic Coast Fisheries .__-- 0. 4'. THE x T SHAME ON '1 $LSTE---GlVE ME \ cL; A\\AV )

UnlOIl Carbide 4 102'102'. 102', Brewster Aeronautical _-_. 5"-. PETTV FLOstEPcu! THAT SO I CAN THlTCITAVwAY '
FLORIDA FRUITS AND VEGETABLES -0- UDIOD Oil Cal II 24'. 24'. 34. Barium Steel .____.___.__ 5', THE PtiTYL.7.' ,/ I D'NT5.V )
JACKSONVILLE lAP) New York pflces D eere A Ctl '7 44'. U 44 UDIn! Pacific 4 151'. ISO',. 150'. Creole Pet Corp. _nuuo.- 38'. COOKIE '\ ." / ,TA 1 O ,
on Florida fruits and vegetables as re- Del tact k West 11 5', 1". '1'. Unlt.d AIr Line. 41 17'17 17 Cities Service __.n_._.__ 38 .. : ::R, J .- } 'fiy) :::: ''fJ .FI>
,
Service by "*. r"1"-1-*"". Market News Delro.t Edison 13 221. 22 22'. Unt.d Aircraft 18 24 23'. 23. Colt. Patent Arms u._ __ __.u J]'. : PAWIJO ,; .', '_ .. 'THE a..oo::: m -'tI'4
Dllt COrD-S" 20 16'. 16", 16'. UD CtIl.Wh 8tr. 26 4'. 4'. 4'. Elec Bond A. Share CoFalrchlld ..._ II'. .. ; :rI ; t-J I
Snap beans bushel plentiful. 1.75.2 SO. D ome Stifles 13 17'. 17 17'. United Corp 1011 Eng & Airplane Corp. __. 3'" V ,
few 2 75. few 1 25-1 50. Florida B'lIr. Dou.lu Airrraft_ g 48'. 47'" 47., UDlt.d Fruit 28.d 2". 2', 2'. Glen Alden Coal Co. _.n__ 19'. I f / :..., t; I
I 50.2 as Valentine. 2 35-3 50. tew huh Dr...., Indut 10 22 21". 21". Unll.d Oss Imp 54'13" 54'. Or. Atl pac Tea Co. _--..__.--.102 I-I I' "
a. .00. snorer low 1.7S. woo 3.00-400. duPonl lie N h_. 11 185', 185 1851(. U nited M .5 M n 4 21'16'.. 21 111". 21'UP.. Humble, oil & Relg .___ __uh. 73Hecla '. E { i: a., -I "'
lew 450-500 1Eulrrn Mining Co. 10 .
- < \
nhnuh : \j
Avocados flats I mark R-10s 350-400. Air L 3' n". 17 17. U U S S Indus Gypsum 15 108 204'. 106 Kal Frarer _-nn_. . 14', ; \ : \ \ I -r- -- ,{} ---
1------/
Chem ,
poorer J 00. I wart 8-111. ordleany to E.5.msn Kodak 25 44 4)'. 435. U S Rubber 18 II 44'3Q'9. 44 44'39 Kroger Grocery _u_..____ 47 :, ; 1" (.. \...__, I II
lair qU.lltr 2.00-1 00. EI Power k 1A 49 171. III'. 17'. Lone Star Gas Co nu._ 20'. : ) i
Strawberries per pint 34 Em".n f'Iof __ 24 U 8 St.ei I 41 711'. 7l1t. 76'. Niagara Hudson Pw corp __ ___ "' . -
40 18 15'. 111Erl. .n ; '
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Cucumben bushels fine quality 6 00. fair RR . 20 .9's g'. 9'. -V- NIIo-B.am.nt-Pond Co. __-_ 11 I '. '...... } . .: Zt.1..( \ /ts i' ( \ if
to lood quality 2 50-4 50 few 4 7S-S OO Euroh.rp -_ 21 U'" lHo 11'. Vie Climes Wkl 4 49 49(4 48'" P.ntepec: Oil ol Yen. .-__._______ 11'. : ) ,' \
,
lair oualitr 200-300. ordinary duality l. -FFUIII -WWalker Rexall Drugs u ______ 7'. \1 \ J. ,,, i 'I'r ; i
200 75- Tel k Bad 21 11, 75s 1', IHI 0 dE W 3 20'. 20'. 20'. Strock A Co-------------- 22' V\7 41' / .. I 1j 1ji.i.l WoJ.i

Eggplant bushels few 6 OO-6 50 Firestone T ft R 12 501. 50', 50'. W.lworth Co 3 10'. 10 11W.rn. Sonotone Corp. __ __________-__ 3'. t, 1 "" .- =
tsctroie bushels temt >mi11Bd hel 1 Fllntkote n'__ 2 36'. 35* 36 ., 5cc. SkI 811 13'. 120;. 11'. Schulte Inc ______ 3'. _. ; j c..c ;
ever 1 25-2 00. mostly 1 50-2 00. < Florida Pow ___.. 27 13*. 13*.* 13'. west lot F,. 20 211" 211 211 Sherwln-Williams .____________ "iO'.
Kumquats West tin -Tel 15 20'. 20'. 20', Stand Pw ht i'. ___ .
per quart 10-( 15 i Fr.thauf Tr* ___ 8 20H 20Gaylord 3O's0 i'rtcLt. - .
"u c* E"Urn crates h W..llnll Air ilr II 37'36'. 37'. Tampa ; __ .__ :' 30'a : IVE AlTEP A c; ;
3 if, Bl 1( Boston 2 25- - W..tlnl El.r 411 29". 29'. 29'.. Technicolor -.-_ _- __ UCNcS TMETO \ II TMRO8N" w,TH Ec'125 C".cE. 4'11 IN lollS ..toil.
Romatn1.502
Limes 10'5 bushel cartons 00 Persians 1 00. Oen Cable Con_._n.u__ 12 9 20'12',. 201.12', 20'12'.. Wheeling Steel 5 411'. 45*. 4\'. Textron __:--_-_:::- ra I IT..ln PUT A sue IM otz: ) I ,. ) LE TY'S FT ON_* S-t'IA.E' !. AAA'.4T; U'iill-:: .f

2 5 bushel rartons 300 Gen Elec ___n_-_ 60 35'. 34'. 35 Wh!te Motor 11 23 22', 23 United Coach 0. h ..--___.___-- 15 I "" PAT >,fA3 fSZO. SAM $)qLt./ WITH A SICKENING TH-D. r
Willy overland Corp-------------- '
21 8'. 8' 8'. is
Pepper *
bushels Bullnose Gea Foods __ .___ 21 4
35
type 5 50-5 75. 35'S 35 Wilson W. Va. a1d Coke .___ -
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fall qua lit, 500 ordinary quality Gen Motors . . 44 57'27 51'. Co 10 14S 14 14*. .h. 18'* _
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Reds 5 SOC.l.n Gen Pub I'tll __ _. 69 12'. 12'. 12'-. Woolworth IFW 15 45'. 445'? c:: T4ETY 4' \tlJb? a h
COTTON .s
Worthing P ft MIll CLOSING "
W1r.bound! ".". Ooldenheart 4-6 Gillette Sat R 13 32'. 31'. ]1'. 60 61Toungst NEW ORLEANS (API '
Cotton future advanced
dozen 4 00-4 50 8 don 3 *-* 00. 10 dozen Gunbel Bros 25 22'(. 21'. 21'. -V- hero .. .::
J 00-. 00. mostly around 3 50. XXj 2.50- Goodrich 'IS?) 12 57 56'. 56'. St ft;; T 14 76'. 76H 76'. last-minute snort 58s teedap-on covering trad f the buying Decemberposton. and C4. '; ( 'tl'
300 Goodyear T ft R 34 44'. 43'. 43.rsahmPalge -zZoniie -- = ;
CIOIIK9 ,,,.. 2 t. .
Squash bushels Italian large aloe 2 OOZ G Met 31 5', 5'. 5(. Product 11 fl'. 6 6 t SI.25 bale p woro. steady 'Scents _ [) !\
higherOeen
* few Ion few !low. 1 50. Y"'o' .. 3 00- Gt Northn Ry Ff 33 38'. 37*. 38 Sales total yesterday 1.080.OOO. a High Low Close ; \ "'rf\' J ;
4 00 few 4 50 poorer low Greyhound Corp S3 11'. ::
as 2 50 11 )5iulf Dec 35.y n.17 35.55 35.87 '
Tom.tool- lust 515 Tz 415-500 Gulf Oil __ 8 71' NEW YORK (UP) Dun and Bradstreet /f
71
71'. daily weighted May _. :35.43 35..2 35.39 35.72.73 up 25 1 11.
I price lnde of 30 basic i \ 1 \\1
H.tk .1 I| commodities compiled for July' 34 29 34.tfi 34.29 34 54 uo 19
FOREIGN EXCHANGE"' .. 15 "', T4 7' United Press Jd1JI .. '
NEW' YORK (1930-32 acetate equals 100)) Oct. 31 S3 31.71 n.n 31 UII UB 21 ... .
API closing Home.take Mm __ 9 39>. 38', :
38',
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:rhng rate follow Great Britain foreign ex- Houston Oil n_ 8 27'. 21'. 27'. Ye.terday _. ._- .___n.h_._ 302 36 Dec. Dab SObS 31.00 30.64 30.92 u* 21 1
In
I lars others incOts) dol- Hudson Motor _.n__ 18 20'. 2C1. 2O'snterlake Monday _-__n_.._-_._.__ 301 84 1
Canadian. dollar in New York -i- n Week. ago oo.n.uu___._____ 30189 NEW ORLEANS (AP) Spot cotton closed 'Ii'Iil. ;
Sec 11'. per cent discount open mar' I Iron 8 14'. 14 14 !' Month ago __ _-__nunu_ 293.10 steady. 51 a bale' higher Sale* 1.050Low
or 88 112 ,. noo-
U S ents up '. of a cent Int Harvester _-..- 18 S7>. 87 87*. Year ago ._______.nn 24355 middling 31.85. middling 35 85: good mid i I
Europe 4 1947 High 'iDec 19) 302 87 dl.n* 3C.35. Receipts 4 570. Stock
Great Britain $4 03'.. unchang Int Nick Can u_ 47 2'P. 26'4 27'. hnUhn 110.-
1947 Low Jan 23))
( 290.
ed, Franc .Fflnc' Int Paper 23280 I - -
84 of a cent un oo. 23 55'. 54*. 54'. -- '
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hanged Sweden iKrona 27 85 uDch.Dpd ,- Int Tel & Tel __.__ 61 12'. 12H 12.SohnsMsnlle *. -OUR --- 4TA NGATFO'ROAMV ;
Switzerland Franci' icom 1.. 23 40. un- -J- BOARDING HOUSE --I ) CE

Changec '_ 24 41'. 40'. 41'.
tatln-America' Argmtint free 25 04. up Jones A. L Stl! n' 11 33'. 33'* 31'. -
01 of a :ent Brazil free 5 ao. unchanged: Joy !MI. ..___ 7 39*. 38'4 39*. v'J14tl.:1ou tse I4Cht-l4EsA---- '
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CHICAGO 'AP' Butter n..ou,. recetptl Gas .... 39 5'. S 5 I D---i3 ,
409 657 prices unchanged E.... Un- Lehigh C ft N ..u 13 10'* 10 10 A iOOO CHECK-- 11 SPHTTIK>& WITH M5. k EVOLPASlrAG Ae.SDgrrrE \p'

.ttled receipts 1811111; prIces un.h.naM Lib O-F Glass .n_ 6 55'. 55t* 55'. A 6ia Qthz/pl DEBTS T. UANE rEgI.AP 1k-
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extra. No. I UnCh'Dn" to a Llbbv SIrS A L 15 8'. t 9
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11. Special NoticesFOR 12. Lost and Found 16. Travel Information I
-Stat 'I P 33. Articles for Sale '| 33. Articles for Sale |1flrlanbti Srnlinrl

I YOUR SHOPPING convenience WILL THE PARTY who picked
up a APPLIANCES '
AIR. BUS. tour -Immediate: delivery.
Want-Ad Rat** beginning Monday December 15th. '1 bunch of keys near 638 E. Amelia STAMSmp-Tlctt CLTJ auoet automatic .tol.a6. .
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and fully ABC
Dally 28e per line I store hours 9 a m. til 9pm. Herman and Summerim please return themto authorized and.rr.D..m.Du consultant 'imner.E.s Wahe. .hr. T COl. ..22 caibre: Won.

Minimum charge 84c '._Loan Office. 27 W. Church St. 638 E Amelia. Convenient .t.vl. oilier lE.-.ris of heter Auto..1 a S. calibre L.er'. .utom.tk.1.Cot. :

Soda Minimum charge 35c(1 Pr u MASSAGE Slend.rlln.. Holidayprices across from Chamber of Commerce Si" ::0' 608 N Orange._ S___6 12 sauce model 27 A pump shot gun ______
14. Beauty Parlors Building. Orlando Service; 118i 1111 5- with 2 barrels.
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1206W. Tra.e 85. Ph before
3 Ccnsecutive Days 2Oc line a dai throu.h 'E ASBESTOS SIDING SHINGLES- .-I0 Nebraska"i
i Central: ph. .1 6
Yale 2-2918. Ladles only. p m.
7 Consecutive Days 18c line a day : roofing: Imitation brick __
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Count National 6 Average lOut Word I Rats.I Itns" SPIRITUALIST READINGS dally. AMERICAN W. Church BEAUTY Machine SALON.aes.-$5 44H up I CRUIESB.nn. and Travel Nassau.Agency AD I $ your mal.I.I. at Mills ft sldnl.Nela G a CHRuA'T LIGHTS-Fruit

Muriel circles Thurs Mon.: expDs. : pyrex colored
i P.rker Cold (10 Alpolntmentphone '
Single Insertions 35c per tne a p m. Washington St. Phone waves.6931 Bonnie up.and Juanita. 18 . : 8393.'DALLSRound 1l ). cot mixing; sets. Wyckoff Hdw.. 2524
3 Consecutive Days 30c line a da) Kuhl.
line 3-1412. ._ _ 1 Leaving Dec. ANTIQUE AND fvmt'
T Consecutive Days 25c a da) trP. MODE
iMlnmium 3 lines! SPIRITUAL READINGS daily. 44. CHRISTMAS$5 SPECIAL(15 cold-(7 wave.50 oil permanent 10.- retur Dc. Want 1 or 2 aauc'inn. De n.n- COLEMAN GAS FLOOR t.r. also FLOCi1 0b.
1) from homes tn
W Church St hrs from 9 30 to pas"n.es. way. P. O. Box oil floor furnace:
dmetixrt 55.5sd to notiti : Ph. 9964. Jewel Charm Salon. 506 WAmelia. -", bt. P
ar 3465. TODAY ai! :.rr.s being last sale for this l45346.Sl3VlrginlaCRoCHZrftD ss .
immediataly intheir 4 30 vance Tuesday afternoon 2.30. tb _ _
us o any errors __ --- ----- - ear ae will an auction for D. .
ads as the win' round table meeting Wednesday- I DRIVING TO Atlanta 24: return ,
S"t".1.5tr hanriise
j D. TV listed below for 3 con- BEDSPREADS af-
responsible tO inxrrect fling 7 30 Friday afternoon 2 CHRISTMAS SPECIAL (15 rId i i 28th. Take two : ahareexpenses all .
:
caSs I'lie mzhts. Friday andSsurday eh.n. "" (85. 143 W.1h2b
to 4 By M. Greater D.D. waves (8 Ph. 9725. Ray's Utopia Tvr.r.
5 and references exchanged .
.n.r.o I dtvlns. Dec 20. start.ng _
80S E. Washington 2-31. __ _ _
all Want-Ada start in The Ot.ands SUPPORTS Individually S.aut. ; Ph. . 6154 between 'TOMORROW at 7 30 p.m. each evening.The :
Morning Sentinel and SPENCE 8 a. m. 6 CARE SWEEPERS ,
are prlntecji 1202 E. Ph EDGEWATER DRIVE. 242 Beauty P.D .
both The Sentinel and TnJriando 2-3506 Mrs. r D.W.&hlaton j S.lon-PD. 2-3193. come. LEAVING for Mid-West will following: Is a partial list of mer- Ke.nl Vlct.rl hand cIt

Evening Star o the em you'll come again. Best service ..Ub.urultur.R.n. take one SON Shareexpenses. :..ne'' offered for tale Solid s..Pn 1.5 Kn0 8t. C.

daterhe 12. Lost and round __ Dunbar. __ Ph. 3-2394.p.s"nle. CAND EVERY DAYGIFTSHOPPING ? nnhoaai r Sheraton dropleaf table. _E..ne_ 2-Jtl __ lajeaten- ____
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A Department is -rial i anv dropleaf ..t.le. table. Immediate de- -.
W.nt-AI to 6 pm oprtrom BRACELET LOST-Near Knowles KELLEYS BEAU SHOP-146 E. NEW YORK-vicinity. Can take 2. i: ; nropleaf table maple twin bv. on Nationals and Ohmr. van '-%

!Sunday from 9 to 12 a.m d.11 1 Chapel Sunday morning: Tellow- Church 3-101.. Permanent Leaving Sat a m. 1947 pickUP.P edroom suite. boudoir ch.lr and and rebuilt Florida C .banks. .< _ _
Desditnetor Suncty Paper, Baturdap gold S blue stones. Reward Returnto waves. *5 up. Exper O. Box_3O. Orlando. .-0. less child's m.pl bed and chiff-- ter. 2 8_M.I also _
noon Rollins Library. hair cutting all waves HELPJ . '
20 years experience. STLDENT-VE wants ride to Mlchl- jrheels collapsible baby buggy guns
You Can Place Your tuted chi' cash Phone Win
COW LOST-Black butt headed. Near Sh.r driving expenses ,' metal table and 2 chairs: 3- > t fumlhe 15 Westerns

Want-Ad by TelephoneDial Or.... Reward Notify A. Brown 15. Schools and Instruction Write R. Yelvlngton. Sentinel- S .iape) i\tnr: room suite: 2 mahogany !! p.rt9. or lot. cot or _ _ _

4161 10E_ Storey St. Winter Garden Star. '. i ;U-Phvf. coffee tables sectional L10HT8-SileV cfe Rt.17-_ & So
E makers: irons clucks
f R : : blue damaskexquisite Dun- tot.rs. GAS STOVk e _ _
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DOG FOUND Owner have by BALLROOM DANCING All typesPrixc.r 11. : .
sets fu
may Hauling and MovingAERO quet urinesam.
1 -Pl.'feofa.. walnut Jtrry. ki'c
i I and paying for ad. Ph.* : ai.d rlss it:-telL. Ph frm. UP fruit baskets W. Central corner
8._Funeral_-Floral_ Designs_ -Identyml or Seminole Ave. after 3-1066 Jar., Dirkson Studios. 29 WCentral. MAYFLOWER CO <'qPr in .h.rr.u.: 1 variousasioflal Hdw_ : tnt chair. (7 i a' -
[ : __ shIre Or B.
TRNSI win cc
ch.r
till 10 3-p o..rtuf.d
> m
Hours noon
FUNERAL SPRAYS and designs for 8 p.m. j Lon. d1t.nl Joiner GIFT SP TTER ..t room suite: &f. CIRCULATING BEATER -Feel Oil. GAS HEATIR&-Oiie

all Central Florida. Deliveries: twice Parra- SCHOOL OF REAL law and and Storage service for free ,I upholstered in peach colored damask i Electric Rdt0.rirl's 26" l for $10. Phon. 874
ESrAT. c
dall; to all funeral services. Azalea ,MTRE5LBTBeaeD Osteen practice Prepare ..mIDatlon estimates also local moving storage accompanying chair in wine color i 1115 2.33.
Shop at Casselberry. Winter Park. packing crating and shipping. modern love seat and accompanyingchair '
Mattress Co ph 6942._ brokers and salesmen. 139 E. Pine CAMERAS-we bay. trade and
Phone 2-2221 Phone 6566 ___ ___ 100SDis_ __ ision.ph.7988._ - ----- ------ covered In ribbed light green all kinds of .e a GOLF CLUBU.. lea
rp.1
A Phone
7076.HEATERSHectOr.
MANCHESTER TERRIER LOST 19. services Offered overstuffed chair in red
[ 30. wing : of supplies and
ASSURED LOW Good Places To Eat : \1e.
_ _ 10. Baby Sitters-Child Care Mixed Name "Toots" Short tail. SHOL OF ADULT Education. Ap ments. rates N.household Y.. all coautaipoints. ship v.ur: maple bedroom suite walnut ishing. Camera Dept. at Cii pboo .0

1623 jasmine Ave.; 3-2302. RewardPOINTER Psychology. Leadership Sp'.bst.. 423 So. Orange Ave.. : OFFICE MACHINES WHEN LN DAYTONA BEACH for. bedroom suite. BABY AN CHILD CARID... weekor efficiency. Pal.mtDt.ry Law. forceful Our service guaranteed REPAIRE, day or a weekend stop and enjoy I tng. sheet iron. v\- I. .e
Bird dog. well trained Orlando. 2-4406. I I .ib ; CHRISTMAS TOYS Cs
; Public Clal .t.r Jan _ _ Also Chinese Oriental ra*. approxl- ; Our LST-- 2524 KohlRIATSe.
proYldt owner unable to hunt. 24 E. Wash- G.ora Stuart 13 S. Main St.. phone a good sea food pl.t.r. or lob.t. t tOrl.nt.l [ Way plan now for Christmas
15tn.
103 E Harvard. 2-1296 fith Enrollment begins D DEEM'S DELIVERY SERVICE-Phone I II I deviled crab fresh fish mate I'.ie B x 12. several Chinese > an -
ington. or ph 43O1 Orlando. | line of tricycles wagons taw ne.
139 E. Pine St.. Phone '
COLLEGE WOMAN care children daysor &ee I 2-6. heist moving and hauling; i right out of the ocean also grade AA scatter rats; Amerc.nOrl.nt.lo Go. Parnsh 220 8 Or- Perfection beater a.". ,
PURSE- . PIANO TUNING and repairing. Quality -I : California type H.r4..r.
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evenings. Telephone 3-1661 by .n .';othr __ rated. I I I Western steaks chops and chicken .ue. Ph. Will heat 9JOO guIle:
Small __ __
reasonableprices. by 2-184.
workmanship wooden lounge separated
9 1 m valu.ble. TUTORING In an high school sclences. CO.=, at i One block from the in the Gil- cfe Kelvinator dept Bu:.. Sc.
b.rb .
Club. Miss Phone FULFORVAS"SrRAGE of electric "Coleman"
Fully table gasoline.
T.frr.1 Robr. luarant..d. bert Hotel .e.1 typ. STOVE loaW. Church.
EXPERIENCED refined lady will m.tbem.tc and English by to or Associated Cal 530; PrC. Regular several studio : 6 fyI Orlando _
- a 'are for children or Invalids eve 2:1.n'N schol teacher. PhI from Illinois and Mass. For estimates I. " dmn.rs. and luncheon 75c up. y.rlou burn.r. Purniu. HEATING STOVES
types floor lamps: 4 twin size Hollywood Co 141 and 615W. Church
ningPhone ..917TNY S10 bills lost-In .D.lop. I Winter Park. 168I Ph. 5286 or 135N._ Main ___ PLASTER PATCHING Also Stucco !I Choice wines. and beer on tap. beds: also 2 bed ,' cheap corner Sou- i tO

TOT DAY NURSER/ Mrs. W 10t Post Office ,. r. < FE'SORAOE and Warehouse rp.I. C.l Gober. Telephone cocktail . end .nea: modernistic COAT-nuln--plurtl otter.'ia Lucerne jCircle._
Return t.bl. I.bl 3$. color.
ward to Exile Whltungton I 'I Ihings to length sue muff
16. Travel Information I .i. Loot
Corbeau. R N 319 Rollins 508 W. Holden St. Van Lines. 1941. tai cofe t.bl; upppr and and hat to Perfect condition. HOME FREEZERS.. r a
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Phone 7687 Inc Information without obligationon PLUMBLNQ SERVICEWet Central CITRUS Oranges and grapefruit. lo.e tr. ,ls II 000. .W. J. B. BickeLClermont. available at Bumb I
1 WALLET LOST-Lady's. tan: picturesand passengers to share ex local and long1' distance moving : Plumbing N vacuum d..ne Fla. 347 vinator Department. 1"'
AT.TA-,3 1 \arietiesweet and juicy Come W.stD.hous c.r ,
personal Reward returned packing storing and crating soI I: Bryan.Day2-2236NUht 7538. Al hassocks writing : : '
:
11. Special Notices papr. I : dme. L..ID. & (1 bushel. Every abl. : dek '
D PH.i your own. CHEST Lamp BOHNKB HARMONICA :.g: .iI
to 61 W Jackson. 2-3184. -
addr.sa Phone 605! Phllco radio and record combination CEA'
19
C.1 tablel.p..l..r.
i PAINTRSP.prhanler. Your work day Sunday We ship north guaranteed band. Old Standb >. Aye

ATTENTION REAL ESTATE Brokers WILL T. PART who found the ASHEVILlE C Leaving Dec 20. KNOLENBEO'S Local moving. :I experienced deity.ry. (2 bushel plus express console: radio cabinet 2-pc. chn. .The Opportu- > Echo andvChromatx. i. .5515,

withdrawing the property located pl..lr purse containing ret Di8: 1 ,passenger to a.tDr. packing Also 1 men.L.E._ Price &_Son. Phone,4626. 219 N Tampa corner W. Westinghouse cabinet with large ross- ,! r.ity Shop. next to Maitland Of- 37 W. Church St.
aal'.e1 several and cartoons -
t rrd and Jr let on top. : P
ai, 1514 S Feme reek. Orlando Fla miscellaneous articles compact please; pen r.'ur he'.p: ["rive RC.erencesebchanecd .'.nt,. for Dkh'r' Long DistanceN | PAINTING-House painting Is an art. Washington. 2-4074 ____ ___ of dishes ba.-l. hundreds :1 5. I Ii HOUSE PAINT 57
at .of date of this flotictK HKaenuivrIr \: :: 506 4965 j
::0 Pat Sutlff 11 W Lu'crne Cin: leApt Ph 2"I' .I.cy Bt D.I conserve your money improve your FRUIT SHIPPING BASKETS-Bnsbi of pieces to Du.roU to mention i:i DOOR JAMBS-Seasoned stock bev1 J.25 sal Floor a -
5 reeve a ;liberal; reward'At AIR. BIS StEAMSHIP Reservation LONG DISTANCE MOVING -All I |; home. Paint safe. Stanley P. Curtis; :i el and ', bushel sizes. Amco Feed 1 clod ..n dadoed going at S3. 3.25 gal. Topper ianythin >

CHARI3 PRESENTS qualltv corsets less re-urn the wallet ittcseat -. and II OtIs Au liori/rd azents all!, points Paiklne. crating local mov- 8520 forestlmates._ ';'Store. 300 W. RobInson 5663. A great selection of cbina. glassware BUde lar..r Cabinets made t :. (3 58 gal (...a

nylon tlrdles and bras MI Ida LPound : contains pictures, : tha1 cannot berepa :lines S.nnlland' : Tra\el Bureau. 30 ing. Suddath Movi. & Storage Co. PAINTING'-and Daln.. immediate -,' objects of art. vases I.mp. olive 01 ledfkatt. Ten Wyen. poses Reliable Pain.v: ,

;. Ocoee. Flu Telephone 6566 < e< stiLl imporan' cards! Eat Pie Phone, 5301GIFT I 11 I i W Phole 8154. service, quality work in HONEY delivered-Fine flavor 5-lb. cans (1.7; !,2 complete Limoges .. con- J. of F.t.nls Winter corner South ar.d llis:

STORAGE local hauling around Orlando ref. furnished; ph. In Orlando and .1"IDt. siRing of 13 pieces each and hun P.rk HARMONICAS Ha: 'iv,
SlACEand
good Xmas
1 t J I f r Furniture: Telephone 9724 C ".f. sr'a Apl.r.. other Iteths.i band. Lwellrn 75c < a tie?'
:. --I t s.u ! 4 4Z44444 merc.ntle & CUrS Pine . -296 -
t : Win.er . ol I i ESTIMATES-Color sugges--, c.St. ____ I mans Loon. 27 W. C1 : I.

Reliable painters KING FRUIT CO delicious tree i A .bv merchandise ca be tn- DEEP WELLS INLAID LINOLEUM asS
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18. lon r.COm.Dd.d Wed. and and all .
Laundry VYor'i j Hatch 6O01 At jQlidden aPAINTIO1GPAPERIXQA1 ripened fruit from oar own groves ;i te >II install materials on ai.d
1 is ready for shipping will be glad to Issb t pnor sate alter Thursday. AH sixes. Pomps of aU types. Plumbing floors. Call Avdoyan. 1 0. ._ uawr

jour own with mod-I Ier ; rlab. take your orde. delivery I fixtures and mtUt.A Dr.. Phone 21215.IRRIGATION .
SPT \tDRY-D work auara sitced. Clnrs in food order. Gu.rante Oge next will be bead Jan. 8. work .
60c hour rental .I
per .larnt. 3 mo t I. SYSTEM- 5 5
ened. Ph. fruit make your selec
isers S.lfScrice Laundry. 316 W Ko.ltn 3373. AI. nice for Dome 110 14. e.r1. 6 nEMA. 71 Wet 1 for groves farms, as 1 aI
get .
% o bushel for Church
or out. oranges
-h".on 6504 cvnv tl lrl |
: PAINTU-Insld. Or for Sn. Te1. I Pipe Supply Co t.-u .s C .
1 We also have
1.let..nl.Indu. .. p.trl bu.h.1 "r.pfrl i iI 6118.KITCHEN .
nice AUCTION SALES CO.. B. I phone
Ine. floor and your own con
t.D..rl. 8rl0 n
.R 'fMAS L..V. 1G 19. Services Oftered :1 and furniur rdlDln . Auctioneer W. Church- CANS St
. ; .. .J' minor strurturl 101 W..hlIO S"ro. 73 i DRESSER Oak 4 drawers and mirI i v 5
A: Gayle licenced & bonded contrac- :! I Excellent- condition. 144 i iI enamel. Several o.-. s I 3.
ror
\.' I I: HAUlERS SERVICE and tors. Ph. 2-1493 II I I I Livingston E i iI ; Knox Stores Co.. 25 E. Si..
L .e the question on What to gr>e to \vvni! l L> leading the carts tractor and power Aveu._ 2-3163.
UDlt PLUMBING. FRUIT STORE win ship
G.sFliil-: Km* MRT' I DEW ALT Parks
Farm and Home Machinery
C. 4 I Ij 1 guaranteed of tree fruit lor PWE SWS&l LAWN SPRINKLING s:>. '' L isy
listed below. This handy GIFT SI-OILER )] appear each W Robinson phone J2713ALARM Pho 5059 Olt rpa I .
ad I.I pln.n. Ma .. Lan
j i ,i R.sloDr. 1729 Grand All fresh band I APP C |I Pease & I payments. Surveys .31st fO

day and offer you an ever-changing assoiimtat of Christmas CLOCKS REPAIRED- Any I PAINS lNG and decorating. Work packed. Place order u. 101 Mount Dora 3753. 5.t.l.phon. without obligations. r.a 's a'S
kind of :"k or electric equipment.We II Orange Blossom Trail, Hot Point ranges from S8 BP. Supply Co 63O_W. Ch u- r
H. E. Clogston & -
i Sons
Gift Suggestions fix everything Repair I "uar.ntre. immediate delivery. Beaters DOLL C ARRIAOETrlcyc..a!
Bake I P.c LAMPS-Two 6-way I 5'
I SHOP 48 W. CentraL .J7696 Phon. 3-:45 ': all sizes. 5ua. spinner washers. ons chldr. direct desk lamp. It.- 0..54

A\\.-, U-CAOPl-"or trailer I I PRESCRIPTIONS-Filled accuratelyand NAVEL ORANGES-Sweet, juicy tree, table ton .ate beaters city Use oar loy-.a pla .. 332 giftsEconomy W. for information.
promptly by Florida Reglsterfl radiant heaters.
r--- Porch 'ul. Venetian I ripened Bring Yor own baskets b.ater. eectI Church PurDtur LUGGAGE TRAILERs cs ...
trp.uln. I Free delivery San 20 :
r to M.rm.clts (1 per bo. 1722 Drive. 2. port.b. tonera. .a. 921_ .
r ; It tUI Jar J'br' -f I b26. rlorlda ..a Etm.te.pbone (. j:I Juan Orange \ Central I blocks! S east of Fe VIlt.Cre I. gal. city ia> ".te healers watercoolers DRINKING FOUNTAIN Kelvinator. son's"very Station.good condition Lecsburv .s lt.a'

fI hm. .at. S Hu&ziey.BLOCK . i PIPE CUT and threaded to your spe- I : electric roasters coffee maocr5 .utom.tc tbrOt.t Bumby Hard-

I _. -. 4' WORK brick work I cification Florida Pipe Supply ORANGES. grapefruit. (1 bu.hel!, ; 66" .t.lnle. steel sink and !.r. Cuth MERCURY KICKER"* ,- a a
carpenter. .
f cabinets. double barrel c at at
W Church tangermeg SOc peck: bring : gun
-- c phone 6118
(8.9S
- No Co.J tJ ou DISHES 32-piece op
small
job too big. S10 "I.
CO. 2
i reel
to tier Salt water
0 0 M.
container. Rarrelson. Gotba. -
LION ORLASD APPA1C Fair Store.
ERS "Ronson. 2Uppo" I IBCILOINU sets. 16.95 op.
4410 anddecoratlng. Interlot 53-piec
AMMERMANN'S G'v her a wave ." Tel.pbon FINTNG Norb Phone 4537 fresh water reels and n S C
"ThorensEvans. Herman LoaD BROILERS and 10 W. Church StiEclURIGEATOR
grill com Just as you want _
for Make a sell C v
appointmentnow. information ORANGE AND i (200 or separate.
Cbrltm. hc.27 West Church St.Offii card and ADVIC. aD Iralfri. SOc bushel
set Guaranteed satisfaction
___ : i S75.
t.be
C.i at 20 East Pine Street. oil stoves winter ets. help of ln. Call O !i Phc-'e re.bl brlns conl.ln.r. Westmore .-Please MAHOGANY WATERf1-', .1 V 1
dial LEATHER CiGARETTES \eoraska.: j 3-331 '
II land
CASES. to 64-inch width: electric I D. no Sunday c.ll. ANTIQUES-VIsIt our unusual shop WOOD for your ne S > a Beat .-
telephone 5956.
ART SUPPLIES fountain pens. 6c.: genuine I.the, stove. 2-burner. heat built on -Repairing. pointing: sat RADIO REPAIRS by skIlled techi stock in fnl and durable. Alfo fteling. -' ,r oan--
--Give something thatthey wallets by 8.ar BUIINO i while you wait Dally pick ORANGES 75 fob express office .br.a evei ch.Dllna ELECTRIC TRAINS- .
.M.ker Laa cabinet ideal and small reasonable Dr.n S the coUec-. meirK Mills JteNebraskaMAIL _
can use for all 1 mODth .. 27W Church. .If.ctln. auar.nte. Box up .!veysecv Ice S.tlf..Uon"u.r.nt"e Juice orDn., 75. your container "te Ipdi fo ,, and Lionel complete .
Ollddens. apartments. 2-burner gasoiioeatove:. te Magruder BOXSS "McKlnn-
___,__ p.oD erlcs Ilt. 3330 phone Jer Beer. ;ai1.
__ __ LOUNGE -CHAIR with 333. c ll n-oily at Britts Kub. 2-154. _ deL Use our lay-away pl.n Haley's.
ottoman electric hot plates: "Arvin" metml & i ; ed Iron Also vislb> a'I
CARVING SETS. Universal bathroom 195 Orlando Furniture Co.. 141 rockers and chairs. hot ..te "General store. 358 N. Or- ORNGETr. ripened. busb- 214 N Orange Ave __ to rust Knox Stores C . ft
a.ln. pressure cookers; "Oazey" 61 West Church Street. "Coleman" and "Florence".b.te. B LYUiO-111& lIe each. anee Ave. Phone 3-1618. 1""Ph.! 11.0 AWNINGS.\ CANOPIES Ron cur cciPck2 h Phone 23183.'MEDICINE .

can openers breakfast and dinner MO sOft-SerB... 5-h p r.nl' in all sizes. 24-inch circular D imete. Box 325. RADIO and small: appl.nc repair 87. t.ln. Venetian blinds made to order. p nr": flame '

sets: bird cale. electric irons; Pyrex O'UTOAR down.- per weekon mirror choice of design. (3.50; 'J SSta. |j .Ir Work Free TREE RIPE FRUIT for shipping; and Free estimates Colonial AwningCo. I'll!! burner: Whizzer motor bike; din- CABINE-IS-' i

gift sets choppers chicken fryers our budget plan. 1.7 Oody.a. 300N length door mirror a walnut mahogany BEAD AND PER STRINGING '1 pick-up and delivery within duI home ose. Ph. 2-OS54. 427 N Shine 821 HiUcrest Ave.. Phone 2-4812 "f'. set and buffe;. I', hp Hobart All plv.complete hnth surface with ala a-, I 'i

dutch ovens Bumby Hardware. Orange Ave or maple frame. .5O. oth.-r-. Expr rep.I. Jere Beery. C.ld..1 Harvev. P 2-1972 St __ _____ AITOMATIC mn'.or: V. h p. electrIc motor; coco- Stores Co.. 25 E Pine i
102 W. Church, St.____ up to $39 50. dinette fa's- . Magrtder I UPHOLSTERY TURKEYS AU WAF-lOJS.Co.- rots Ice cooler: 1101 W. Colonial.
MOTORS Evlnrode RUG CNE. sizes. Hickory smoked I bm.Uo ADHESIVE pow
OUBARD from MIRACLE
CEDAR CHEST--Large selection In d. .. Correct c.f. Church(3550 St. Prl'. 301 BULLDOZER SERVICE Clearing. Expr workmanship ... ready to serve. C. D. Wilder. Inter- 10_West Church Street. i CTiic SA-pon l ala and i "Wonder" adhesive I :, i

colors sizes and price range With Inc Pine Castle. Phone 2-2465 .rbbkr and grading. Also pan Ou.rantp.o molhproflnl service. PhI I laken Rd_C.l 6913.____ Tubes 25 and 60c. Kx I. t t.
and without policy for FLOOR .orl palmetto rake. Phone I I Kl..RZ Orlando AMMUX1TO- shells: 12. Willard ft Keteer. Voint Theaterbloek.Ctslonialtowo.
lur.nce. '.. 301 W PIPE -Kaywoodle" and "Sir SbP- LMP7.Ith plastic nightlight 2-7. J.o. T 1urdod:. 2-290.REFRIGERATION SERVICE All THE SAME LEON fo 28 yean In Orlando 40 rifle cart- r.s :Ul.EERIC __ 25 B Pine. Phone-2-1" '
mot
Loan Office. .
St Hem.n CONTRACT packing and shipping flnelcirus : rtdgcs. long .nd shorts Herman's NAILS-8. 10. 16. 2i: a
washable shade Special Poecello. BLILDING-New homes makes of domestic and commercial Newt
'- West Church Street. 512.9 fruit to any of United I Loan Office Church REFIGEATR Can be bought : .
a
q CEDAR CHEST.: ""LANE'S" Nationally : 301 W Church St commercial bUld.nl: any kind T rdrlRe.lor ."prl repaired by States and Canada. p.r Leon fnryour 2 _ ,I Worse St phone 22537I
advertised "The gift that star's ABOuS-- ap- F. Fuilard. 1J3 E Concord: 2-4032 trained work euaranterd zift AIR COMPRESSORS stock lot for immediate delivery Also several

the home Orlando Furniture Co.. FLOOR. LK. 3-way. Indirect. (15 CONTRACTOR and builders New | Willard A: Keiser. 709 K West Central packace Avenue for perfection .50 I.' immediate delivery. Fla. Pipe and sood used boxes. Ph. 3-34. NAILS? YIS1 8. 1" '
Craft. Inc phone 2-2465. Co 141 and (15 : phone 4332.DELICIOUS
Mills. Colnnialtown Ph 5136. __ Also poultry and bnI -
141 615 W. Ph.
and Church Breet.CMPcSWhlt I Church I buildings remodeling repairing. We Supply Co. 630_W Church 611 ELECTRIC BLANKETS-With exclusive -
Street. .
RAZORS. Wet I I at2= W Central HI'OVENS
ELECTRIC 2
"Su'b..m"Shan also home _
design. operate a fts-ca c.blDtsbop. REFRIGERATION SERVICE ComI marie pies tnaJr Slumber temperature controlWaItpr '
En.m'I HEATERS
.. 27 Master: Schick: and Reming LNNFRSPR1NG MATTRESSES-Special Auil.n & N. Ori i I mcral and : repairst3rostl and served at the drill. 7 B. AUTOMATIC WATER J Wilcox Service and Sales for oil stoves .-
20 hot.hot Cove Mertland. 10. 15. 30 and
Ofl" 'taD 'II > horse and
West Church Street. 1 Johnson Electric. 23 E. Church; until Crlm. 1..5. O- . phone 3-3115 or i work ch.r r."nblp. f>r- Court st We take or-. .1 kinds. 40 eaUoOa Since 1938 "The Moot for Your one and two-burner

HAIR DRYER. electric waffle irons phone 5181."STREIT" W lando Church St. .. a CONCRETE: SERVICE-Floors, roofs. I I guson Refrlcrrat on B.nl. Pr 9752 Clotfr of pies Rp..oDabl. price ib 7150. fw table top electric. 3 and 3i Money Always 61 J Robinson Hardware. 102 W. ct i-

. tour .In. electric SLUMBER CHAI. (69 SO. driveways steps and walks. The |!I stool: ING R lAIR or new workI Gri gal Immediate: It.l.tO Reasonable ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS I"ORIENTAL RlO12x14 -.

percolators elect rlc pr..ur easy hair lance .Uh otom.n. ETA IToLSGo selection best :n cnzmcermg. workmanshipand I I No .. <<'" Worn RIPE cans oranues rUht from the terms. and used Oils Madden' 905 l.OOO Fll ,- b

eok.r food mixers: bathroom and (39 SO Orl.nd. Furniture C. 14 m.t.1 "ols aDt ladd. Choice of material. F reersti mates. For 1 gusran teed. 3 years to pay Roll ana trees We nack and ship Allenorote. Willard and Keiser. Vogue TbcatCI .. Ate : 1.1 7726EECTUC _ Bickel. Clermont. F a

household s.le. Iru1 liquidizers; and 615 W Church St. colors.. 25 E S2 25 Fine and Phone up. Knox StoresCo. .concrete ork of all kinds call 6780 j;:I shlnzln to sell Ph 8MO Smith lake lnd.rbtl Ph 7684 block._Colomaltown:: 5136.__ IRONS Automatic con OH CIRCULATING Hi\
dishes. Hardware. SMOKING STANDS AND _2316PRBLE j' or 93 Buchanan Concrete Co. Son. Winter Garden Road a city ', load of "Monogram . .ai' -<

316 8. Orange Blossom Tr.i I! gift that U ..SETSTe ,, RADIO-"Emerson" bat- CLEANING AND"PRESSING -cash limits____ 3Z. Articles for Rent APARTEN GAS KITCHEN-Com- Bumby UnIYu..1 Pto.. S.msn beaters jost arrived G'- urs "

HOSIERY "Munsmzwear". hole I 301 W. Church St. _ _ _ .. electric.' (2.9. Others I I and carry prices .i save you : SEPTIC TA! ,:3 ISSTA tD-.Dd pla. .f. gas refrigerator Ideal 10 Clrch, they loot Blunby Harau ,re IC2 "wff

proof. Prcel'.301 West Church SIURTSAlrm.n" by Shirt Craft I IDr.s i $19 95. Purcell's. 301 -St money. Bring os .0r clothe. Superior I cleaned S'ate approved BULLDOZER with P.l.to rake and 1 range apartment.sink c1net. only fo JEcC.IMB..i. ..peno, Church

t Street.IRONERS. sDrt shirts in all .u SHEE&i99 128. 127. 42- CI..ner. BDe St. 'I in business Ai rm.t call 730 o disc .Hourly pontrlct Free sma Moer Appliances. Inc.. .val.bl. 42 lie irons clocks. Irons etc. Knox ORIENTAL RUG-Ge:' i sc ".

Thor Automaglc I.dlroDGiv Purcell's. 301 %V. Churrb St. Leedy Co Winter Park. 69. F. CONCRETE WORK-Plain and lord 7571_for_si-rsc. _ __ estimate h"n N_OraD. __ ,____ Stores Co 2 E. Pine. Phone 2-3183. practically new Ki\i: t i

her glad Chr.tm.. with a SHOT GUN SHELi IO--diount fo1 Beautiful colored flagstone i I SETC TANKS -, Grease traps in DRAGLINE-New s. yd. Jarco ELECTRIC WASHING MACHINE new. Pheem 3O gal A .5
Thor Gladiron A grand gift for your on all oiO' VACUUM CLEANER-' Royal" Complete .t.ps. driveways outdoor fireplaces s..are pumped b.uld.'drain Box 3468 Cr ADDING MACHINES-Electric. IUI$. Now water heater. (fil. I 1 a
Fla 1 available Several
grandest girl to make all her ironing and 12's In all size shot. Wright's with kit of all a.chm.nt seawalls stepping stones'' fields relayed Sanitary Sepl" or 2-1302 OrlDdo. Pi. 31 t ness Equip. Co. 390 S. Orange Ave. tinator Dept. Bumby .t.K.I' watch. (55. Grant, O ..

days easier. W.le J. Wilcox Inc.ServIce Hardware & Sporting Goods. 127 E Assortment of sizes. Prcl's. 301 NIdy .Evans. Winter P.rl 469. I I I Tank_ Co.,P 2-3413 P.O. Box lalI _ immediate delivery. Florida Bosi- W. Church. H.rd.ar. 10 Camp.

and 1936. 81 E Gore Ph 1015 Church St CONCRETE WORK7 Driveway SEPTIC TANKS Cleaned. Modern FLOOR SANDER AND EDGER: also Phone 5454 i OUTSIDE GLASS pan'. t .

Robinson-across from Post Office. TOOL oXJ. all metal full length walks floors septic tanks .s.1 I sanitary pumping equipment. Reasonable. cabinet sander and floor polisher. T-93 located at I plete wIth solid b c'7 0

KITCHEN HELPERSDazey" line place square Extra special - C ,- i bonded Southern States Floor Burke s S..e Disposal: Wyckoff's Hdw. 2524 Kuhl. 2-2821. I BUIISGNo.Cate Ar7 Fil. This ECCASHE ut new; 2-3. and hinges: sis 3x7'xl'> c.. '
.
Can openers knife .harPD"r: price (5 95 Bumby Hardware 102 8714 or 2-22 for estimates. Rt 1$. Box 211: FLOOR SANDERS building I 16x16. oU.r t -- Hlllcrest Ave.. Winter Pa:

fruit ."tr.ctor. Ice crh.r.. W. Church St ( 1 COMMERCIAL: SPRAY painting; Fur- J TREE SURGERY-All kinds Palm.- "B" new ed=er. New Am.r.*1 Box 1110. S.rata Florida. ELECTRIC W ATms STsB OUTBOARD MOTOR . R

Knox Stores Co.. 25 E. Pine. Phone Ja bllr i.i'ure' at your home dries in 30 I' trimmed or removed Dangerous C R Burke. 1805 S R..sn.bl.Bumby. rte. BICYC-2 sidewalk; go &I' race bUYD see the Cohoon Machlr tune with very few h" 01: ::

2-3163 - m.nutes. cabtr-'s. buildings machinery trees our specialty. Pine tree removed tfrs. Beasley crer sh.lo...el pump. able. Bees? 55 W. Pin- -

LAMPS-TaWe iampsT"floor lamps: SJ fm.s equipment Special cheap Lots cleared. LI.n5 HOSPITAL BEDS Whel chairs. hill and St. 13 Sth. OIL CANS 1 and S ga a.ta I

twin bed lamps Johnson Electric. = price to can r.rtor. Raymond Herrln. bonded J F. Ne.ton 18 Orlando Ouaen 12 C.ra BOAT Steelcraft 26 ft. Cruiser, EAM L..SE-E..m. White oil cans Knox Stor. ft
23E Church. phone 5186.L I r rats1 Phone 6210CONCRETEPLOORS. I Phone has Ct Ph. 2-1287.night 9617. gallons.
ATLEIC _____ 2-14. __ four. Used as demonstra1 .I Pine Phone 2-3183.
-
sle.P 23 Phone
!RI. Large assortment of IIov.s. fotb.ls. .. etc. We form I TRACOR SERVICE New ground TYPEWRITER RENTAL- Special 1 sell at liberal discount. 115 Stor. Co. E PDe OFFICE FURNITURE t --..,.0. 4I
'
.. pajamas Attractivedesigns. te nnlsraeque ts. .. beach pour and finish concrete floors i plo.ed. Lots leveled discing. Phone monthly and qu.rtel .. Check; h p. Chrysler motor. Diamond T. 2-318 i i chairs 4-drawer Ill'! \ r

Purcell 301 W Church St. I balls soft balls: Jr. golf sets shnffleboard driveways walks and steps For 2- 28 or 22926TffAOR with George Stuat 1: S. MaIn St.. Sales & Service Co.. 103 6. Orange EXTENSION CORDS Electric extension etc. Priced very reasc.nn. .. l.. ..eUN11S
cues Union roUrskates estimate call 2-0256. Dunham phone 8158. Blossom cords. 6Oe and uP. Also most
QUILTED ROBES Complete stock Imported Front.ll. Bumby Hard.are. 102 W (Jurch StCHILDREN'S ciete CoCARPENTER prl.1 SERVCENearund Tr.l. popular miscellaneous Items. Knox 7-2992.
Special Christmas prices Purcell's. 12 and 120 bass S new; (30. POCKET KNIVES-(: I
St..r Pii.tv TYPEWRITERS makes, also adding BICCE--Bo's:26We Stores Co 25 E. Pine Phone :
301 W Church St guitars Herm-.n s Loan Office 27 : FRONTIER ; cowboy work and general r. 2-7283 or 22926VP510LSTERINGExpert machines by week or month 2.588. -- 2-311 office display. Srn-- t.
sursbelts boots 1,17 3'i EOolNfS.-Gasoline. distillate and
SIMMONS" BlankeliComplete W Church ( UP. pairing. InQue.t 514 27th )' work. Reasonably Office Equipment practically new. N Orange and Rallm
EECRONIC hats Ex.h.n.e.
Purrell's. 301 W St. R A. I IDRIVEWAYSHad Smlh- BICYCLEt Dleeel engines for and
'
stok .Y.labl. for CHRISTAS GIFTS Radios. Cros- Morm.nD. priced. LcFever UphoUter- Corona Agents. 220 S. Main St ; etc phone 5708 after industrIal aarlcullra. 5115.a PIANOS-Just 2 Spinrj fiI

Immediate delivery purc.I'a. W. and AdmiralElectric CHILDREN S Eieclrlc! phonczraohaI as concrete clay bog Shop. 2303 E. Washington. 2-J12 6p.m.BICYCLEBoya. Svpply Co ..6.6ttS Church. ella..inHico j Xmas delivery. A Ma & ra-s
'I Several models. (9 95. (12 95 and TOOL skil-
Church St I blankets and comforters: . .urfc. IDexPn- UPHOLSTERY-Furniture RENTAIP.IDt sprayers: good buy for (25 1 Un and n blond Era: t, I a.. S
:
> (22 95. (1 down and (1 weekly. sive Call for free 'rebult.nd saws; bench-saws. ; power mowers: ; TACKLE-Rods, reels artificial -
heating electric irons coffee A.
TWO BEAUTF- silver fox skins. pads ; j! elated Stores. 143 N. Le.b rec overe d. No obUI.t.loD flooring equipment I see at 523 Trenton St. Ph. 2- Also a few spinet t s :
Orange Ave b concrete mixer bait and other miscellaneous -
Oto.r. h. never I makers: Juice o Mats. pressurecookers Phone __ __ ___ !j mate Call Artcr.f. Church. and misc. after p m.BISOLARSBau. many Joseph Bailey. 736 Maj .a bLlI
Young's Tool 100 J tackle Items. Knox Stores Co..
been worn Christ- : flashlights: sun and beating i 5JO.COASTERWAGXS DRAGLINE and clam-shell services. Rental 2-200
M.k. h- j
2-0. W. Washington 7:123UHA' : and Lomb: 2S E. Pine Phone 2-3163.
silts prlre. Phone lamps: folding travel irons. "Sav-Way" Fill sand and clay for sale. Jarco -- -
S.cnlce Xmas package. ci and Corp VENETIAN BLINDS Our factory trailers AU I r.s: ..m.as new: ,... bedding- and
169 I vacuum eaners FlYr wagon Bx 346H. Orlando. Fla. Ph. 1 LIT---R.nt.1 rRIRRi. ,
repair PUMPS. WELLS WATLI
electric heaters.ralter J. Wllo, duty construction steel roller 3-14 21302.ELECTRICAL 'i tr.m.d employs can any types .Iz. every purps. price ..sn.bl.; contact H1I or 20'i off for 1
make of to look like No dos n w
Orland Hotel. ; complete.
or ; at
bearings large blnd. r.p.tnt and ,
Service and Sates Since 1938. tires cash Furniture 48
Etllent. Co. ..
I "ml-pDm.tl APPLIANCES court.ou. .nle. SI..t. 1.5I
Most for Your Money AI.'... 61 baked on Bum- Rep.lr new. Venet.n Blind Mfg Tr.l.r Service and I BASS FIDDLE- arle.trmptC Wet Central Phone 769 or 2-4142 1 months to pay. WilLiS -
: I I.mp. lvavters. Co 1739 Kuhl N. Garland 6332.
He.ter. :
by Hardware.
102 W. Church 8:9. Clay 979
St. melody
i
ft Robtc.on :
_ _ Pak FUR
son Co 23 E. Cburch. Phone COATS-43t. racoon
Dptrlc
( : -
tt.ilD
Mn : FRUITSASKETS for shipping CHAIRS ASD DESK SETS wagons 5186 VNT AN-BLNDSM.d like new. YOURSELF- plifiers. Southern Music. 232 N. Or- mink moult on: all
fruit __ I "Ices. Call -TE-WORK Aye 'IBcc i 1 f.ne i PIANO-Used Mlrripiai.' ;-
rockers >
metal .
Bushel and 's bush.l. Jolly Pur.cl' or polisher an.e size 225 Palmer Ave. Park.
rt .
FLOOR I
I .. installed. 3 makes Adams. Ph 9558-919 W. Central. Joseph Bailey. Phon : '
301 W IA
Church ; little
costs
st.ndard rontai aDd save on ex- very Smyth Lumber Practically new; cost
.. In stock oil prices FURNITURE
press charges. 222 W. Central Hard- PONY-Beautiful Blazed face. H able. Ph ; Virginia reason Dr. I Orlando. -Fla. N Oranc- and Railroad. quick ..1.. 35. Hlley (27 50: SPECLf"r POWER. LAWN MO FEclipse" = .c I
ART SUPPLIES-dive something MACHINES REPAIRED brom rocket 20 s
that Vista.
Shetland with Western saddle! WSHIN Grocery. Orlo F. breakfast ; IronIng boards
the can use for all 12 months. "PhOI-1 makes 24 hr. service and pickup 33. Articles for Sale 12 lawn fhower. Just '- I
FRNIUREREFISHE a
\ Write Bill Park. 109 .
OltOdens ROSARIES Ideal for Chr.tma w. 17th St. Ph BEDROOM SET Maple. Chest of (:95: lamps n Whltmlre Furniure .
service Caldwell and Harvey 2213 Knox Stores Co.. 25 E r .0
954. Sanford. Fla 261 '
112 \lul for $3 50 H.rm.n'sL.D drawers living room set: breakfast W. Church St
S Washin.tonSt.Dial
Edgewater Dr College Park 2-1972.. AQL'ELLA-World 30 2-3163
A HOBBY HOP m"tal I 2-168. I famous waterproof -
27 W Church SIJ'
SKATES. : washing ma
Wo Oflc. .1. .I.ctrl FILM 100 of 16 filM color
rerlae.tor
"lg Deia W.lk.r-Turn.r .nd and FSHINOKITSC.mltn FURNITURE REFINISHED In natural REPAIRED paint for concrete and brick. machine; rtrls PIANO-Studio Wurii'dltlon ?'-
WSHPO MACHrES-
Sou-hbend tools are the best Harry Office. 27 W Church" Her.n'. la' wood or color. Pick up today. I II service (1 95 gallon Smyth Lumber Co.. N gas rorklnl: box: sewne gas heaters movie tm. Suthl.n4. Hobby Shop. S39S Ham- -
217 N. office.
P L. u. Inc 10 w LlvingstoBOATS Tel I I deliver tomorrow. Stewart & Barton's next to Colony Theater Orange and Railroad : many other bargains. 1051 N. Or- oPPoSte post used very little. (17i 5.
-- phone 8011
I, TOYS-Erector sets Ph. 21493FLOOR Winter Park 93 '', _ _ neral Home. Ivanhoe r
9191 : ".I: tricycles -I _ _ _ AIRPORT BUILING24iiO- Ave WInter Pal 1
---ROW ( up" : bicycles: knives: Garle'j fabricated. FURNITURE New and used. Pay KNIVESA" .
SO Correct Craft. or SANDING-Finishing. are equipped STERILIZER-Bottler POCKET
_!nc PineCastle Telephone22465 10mr at W flashlights Church StTRICYCLES. Bumby Hardware. 102 !l eiahze Pentra Seal .. WEIILLNG-W.. ..n.. Any of plumbln. (695 Call 8395. Orlando. BO'er; training ch.l; play &..r Le on cash your and save Bass 10 to 25 per cent Co.. (1 SO and up Ross
.urchao Put'ur
I yrs. experience. Modern K Pin Phone 2-310'
Values equipment vise up to 8-Inch No water no pay ARMY wool new. Ph 625 W *
St
up to bl.nk.t.
BILLFli.he Work guaranteed. Licensed.. Prompt Nothing down 36 months to pay all GDSAl Pone 5.FE .
clearance WAGONS. t.rp.ulns. oats. BOAT Outboard type. 12.aithnac. PYREX WARE-Gen:i.
Herman's Loan Office. 27 W. Church AQUARIUM AND FIPH-Maky your rockers. desks breakfast et.Ptor. serUce C R Burke 7851. I Belamv Well Drilling and Pump Supply pup tents. mount.1 tents shoes:; and-anchors first-class condition. PC8EsA'br.h.- ,:. log ware All popuu

Bt .elerttvtn A deposit holds .rrl.R.s. Orlando Co.. dl' -SERVICESener.1 rp.lra: Route 3. Winter Garden Road. combat bts. comfort. thousands ofitems (65 506 Marlposa i :| Knox Stores Co.. 25 E I '
any Futv _ _ _ new stock. Also Just shipment
615 I Orlando. Phone 7087. at rend
CANOES-Old town II ft to 18 ft alrl. till Christmas Harry Costr. w Church I ronD. .nstl.Uon. G F. Morgan'sSalvage 1 BUILDINGS-T-213 and Ptae of gas room ..te.. Bumby ; 2-3163.
Ph. Store. 46 E. Church T-186.
Imm.dlat. delivery Correct Craft. 18 Ridgewood Winter WHIZZER ITEMS-Ah- fitter .her. 3191. D..n. .n'-I St 1 Castle A.A BLck < move Hardware. 10 W. Church Bt parsorneE COOKERS-
Pine Castle Phone 2-2465 BLANKETS "CsnnonLeaksvtlleFor $1 75. GI$1.25. iOUS WASHED by St ANTIQUES Havlland set chin. them. FRUIT UnIversal. Stresisil'--
chrome rearview Pak. BIo-aoLE-WORKEP.:1125. JUICERS-Many types
I Stay clean longer than Girandole set. mirrors gifts for 1n1c ore set Wyckoffs lid :
> inch double bed Assort d mirror by
colors .
speedway (2 5O. twist-grip controls I II Ing table and type
DRn In. and
80 Bumby elrrh. Purceirs.301W.Church St. (3 95. speedometers (4 75 and Brndixnenerator ; any Estimates other free.method Very reasonableI WE. DRIG2 water.eU. systems. Christmas.. Marian Smih. 604 Magnolia. (4 75 Knox Stores.1 C. 2 E. Pine. PIPE-168' of 2". ga. t
W Church St sets complete with I Steam House Wash- A..n.y Phone elston St.. off Oil!
OPREAO.B.t.- and seal- lnCoPhone 2-3625. Tracy's Plumbing Ac Pumps. Shears 1750. Singer electric console. 2-3183_ Away
ELECTRIC RAZORS Sunbeam. : and beam headlights $15 95. Whlzzer Motor | 232 Irvin St. Orlando and Gotha.Fb. ARMY SURPLUS goods .nd- building: portables treadle m.chln. "reconditioned FURNISHINGS-Solid Fan-view Shores r

Schtck. Remmtton and Packard p.t.rn Purcell's. 301 W. Church Fales. S2 N" Orange Ave. Phone !I HOLIDAY SERVICE-%aUsT wood- 3-1252. I materials: ; windows: gypsum board; ). Sewing Machine Shop 167 nEPC Fireplace p.

Pay (1 down and (1 weekly Associated CARD TABLES'Household scales s i 2-4857. I work floors cleaned waxed. Be- celotex: 10 ft. sections of flooring; Whitehall. Atlanta.Oa etc Knox. Stores Co.. as..r.n. POWER UItIT-Hupre 0Goodafl.
; fore and after 2x8' furnace and took exhauot 2 E
Xmas. large
Autrey. ; :
2-4307.
i
Stores. 143 N Orange .
Ave.
Phone Phone LongwoudFOWam
electric
percolators: electric floor | fans: shower heads complete; I COLDSPOT HOME-FEEZE111 Pu 2-311
300 I lamps: coffee m.I"1 sets thermom- Irs 1 HOUSES WASE Screens and and fittings electrical Pip j cu fl. : lamps.

HUNTING VEST and supplies. gaso- 1 ever Bumby .. 102 W A GOOD IIAIUT: Yes. Free windows. .Lk like paint Jobs WELL DRILLING-We specialize In cable: deck fItures mattresses S450 $45 down. (25 month. Immel,, rRtB-8PEC Air mattresses

'me lan.r.. sI.pln" bags: camp 1 Church St the Sentinel Star :' Call Autrey. 6326 work a.r.nld'i .m.ne ei.mete deep well 2". 2H" :doubl G I. cans Ar.foot lockers; ate delivery Freezer Dpt.. Por. and HOT .prlr. =s JUs arrived Open -GMter. U -t
"Ots t.rkl. boxes: fishing rods and ELECTRIC BL -Generafelec"trie. rtulnj an lt.n well and pump air romprssr. paint spray outfits; Sears-Roebuck .Co 913 evenings :ii I 9 p through Xmas A'lla Chains eras

-,"i"i "EiervreadT" flashlightslife I;I (42 (6 down. $1 25 per Clarified Ads l is a habit that !' HOUSES WASHED-Windows on FHA pl.n or write F. F .. wa'er h.at.r. building: CABINETS novelties bookcases-all season M ore Furniture Co.. 23OOEdcewater Service and parts 1

preservers cushions. kapok filled week on our budget plan. Goodyear general repairs Itmate. French. Long-wood. Fla. Phone 6. 20x4O' well e Pnogen, types ."d.orkl" to your order. Drive. __ ___ Farm Home atachin.. :: W

Bumby Hard.arc. 102 W Church St : 300 N. Orange Ave. pays off in thrifty savings Any washed.small( house Ph. in Or.nle cen.d'i SAMPLE AVAILABLE of th large 2- Orange Blossom Trail at_20th. Rnnl' Con way Rd. at Bumby I Ir FRH- ODDS A.f ENDS Robinson

J 2-21 bedroom bnnaalow. AIRPLANE >ockmodels ECTRIC-' i next these
I s r T-lrhr. W.'v d
bud MODEomplt. CI.K move
. . r.tt - HEATERC1EAN1N0IJtjj.. it for you for 7250 on your lot. .ccesorle. H > ..and kWetdo" articles sell quick i

:.t- : | naces thoroughly vacuum ce.Ded j Gardner Real Estate. 409 S. Orange: Railroad boats racing cars. (I , Johnson Eetr 2!i ly. Many useful articles Jenkins Fur

:tiA I repaired for Winter. Ph. 5665. I phones 2-4431. .u ple.. n: .'.. 214 N. Orange. 6663. ) Al. Church. Phone 518. I nftore Excbanze. 229 Boone. j


Orange County i! wd (5. I Robert H Ludlow r I

J Craw ford ox to Walter O. E.ID et ux a 1 to B..1 E et ux wIg (7.100. Fredrick et ax. wd 10. I Ebb Jackson et ox to Cark W. Burgess (10. WUatom 1*. Sharp et ux I' P : H.

Court Records Wat et ux wd Bre. Earl Ernest 1m et J. C. Jens(1O.J. ..Jensen .ax t Thomas U. Fanawd H T. Fritts t E. R. Fos e .1 mla et ux. wd (10. I 1 Oakland Cemetery & to a E o Boss et ux. wd (10 -
Houit Nydegger Investment Co I' I
1 t lard cd
Rb 300. The State Bank of Apopka Natalia-
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Land to 0 .t ux 1.Sentinel
Or.n.e C. N.l Hand wd l'n U Carter al Jeanie Chensult et t I C. Llkas et wd S10
InSTRUMENTS FILED ( Harey B. G.te.o et ux to First National ux.agreement a t Alice J Clarke to Raymond F. Clarke Oliver par rel mtg. 10. j Claire BoreS to W. I. Sanders, wd (10 ux. B (
15. Stephen J Bogy et nx to J an
L C'.e-nents: et ux to Willalm J Gaskin The Prudential Insurance Co of America Bnk Ol mt( 1.70. Rbr Scotland Jr. e t Fear Leaves et al. (10 G L. Keen et al t Rover Bros. Inc.. 1 George Blakeney et ux to James M.i huizen et ox. wd S10
vJaio to W A FitlsJr.etuxsm The Vrsi.. N.tln In. 10. Jack H. Price to Donovan C. TIDe agreement (1. Russ et ox. wd (10. ..
t I Elizabeth L. Rogers to 'o: C a
Wil.i.m: J Gaskin et to Charlotte T. White Thomas J .MrDna et ux to W B. Hare: . ux ed M.175wd Ancorin Inc to James Carter e ux wd et ux. wd 10. Suuhln. Homes Inc. t U First Na Fred W. Freeze el ox to Jgoepning B. et ux. wd 850
ux et nx Orond E. et U to a. 10. Harlan B et ox to Edward T. of Orlando ,
) Udell (2.300.
ner COlD mtg Joan
Sberrtck D -
i's. rotc .1000 Emory Brle tl.&B.D ",40. to Leon I
Seymour Tracy et n to Thomas .t ux George W. John Ruins ox Wilkins et (3.500. to Na Russell H. CarUn to Later I. Tbasmss
&t Bunhl. H.me Io Ftt (10.
Sr .rh c Hahn et to W. Price Arthur a te
ux Barrier et ox wd (10 Norman N
wd 10.
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K u. to Bruce Ivey E. et ox Barbara F. .
R at ost
' al fsd (10 The Prudential Insurance Gemmel P Bld ConDt t tln.1 Orl.od. 18.7. et ox. sm.Lester J O. Manuel et ox 1P
:., .n A rt ux to Rill Goodwin urn. to H O. Co. o Amer George P BetAs 110. James Carter et ux t Ancoria Inc.. mtg Btown. 10. SuDm. t U fr Na J. Thomas et ax to BaawU B.Carlln. agreement for deed (4 'A:'.
H.J le ox sm. S1.850.
Cl.n A D Amherst Inc. (t al to Carl at Orlando .
e (IC MM.i
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t mtg
fc.r.s T et ox Finn Fed- John Wesley (10. Cr Bt R .. 1.10. Peninsular Life Insaxan- a 11
W.sbro.1 t o GlD Fletcher Life and Casualty Co. et nx. mtg siO.OOO. E. J. Siomka i Winter Park
era Savings Awn S8OOZ.her .a t I.UD o Tea Bar e U t James Hudson to AOen'a M Mette et ox. imSalmer
m
: E Harris to Salmer.t. et Cyril .I S0 C.tbelO Berke to George A Berk nessee to Joe Wynn Pcl.n et .1. H. SprT to George W. Phil et ax. wd (1O. Loan mtg (30 HommeJ et ux ; i 5
U
to B P.
ill I SI Hamme H WKem.D Ban .a Julia Raskins to Bertha (655.T. F. e ux t A. Thomas W lIpsetux. wd (10 Sunshine Homp Io. to the First National I Citizen Bulk to Aracnlo Ooadt et ax. Tolcz et ux. wd S10.

1.. of Orlando claim of lien. .mDt. Clay wd (10 The- FIr National B.nl of East Liverpool Bank at Orlando mtg (4 49OSunshine ''am Andrew A. Tolcg et UADeveratix ft
John B-I.rla et ux Charles L. Morgan J*F.r 5 t J. z Siacmorc a ox Ahd..t of Ethel P. Cox Ol. Harold C Woodall .nx t Henry O.Ward to . et ux. lcd $ Homes Inc. to the First National Arsenio Conde et ox to Fred W Freeze et ox. mtc S3 *r

_ _ e' W fad (10 t ...12. w Rose et al slttcheU o. Burton at ux Weber et ux t 1. John wd (lo. Clarke M Weaver et ax to Gertrude M Bank at Orlando. mIg (7.240 et ux. wd (10 Frank Robertson et ux I -

E.trell L Cue t M. W WW.t et ox cox et .ox reL w Rufus Webster 11.J GaB ( .. a ox t George W. Tracy Weaver wig (1.700 !; Sunshine Homes Inc. to the First National The Mayer Realty Co. to Arecilo CondeWa.ker Savings and Loan Asan. ot '7 -
_ James Bong et u B. Hsnen L .I. t L II F. L. Brown to William Henry Potter. Bank at Ol.ndo. mtg (7.000. et ox ml*. XOOO. 52.660.
ct mte Xlicnael _
Robert J t E an C. 1. 0. et I. t the First Na wd 10. Wellborn C. ox Sunshine Ethel Wooden to Arthsi SUuIeSon et ox.wd P
H.re.t u to L. York etux ux wd (10. Arthur I IUI. a t Thomas 1. Bobba et a '
A ,
Bu a Web51cr Unl B.DI Mount mta John Kums : ox to Harry Ztter et !
wig 300. J.m.T. U. J. Carlete t a.L Dickenon D. 11 e E 'Homes Inc.. wd 10. CO. Ream et ox. agreement :' '
Laura Lord Pollard rt et ux wd $ Cp e a t Percy W. t te FIst wd SID Wellborn C. Phillips et ox t. Rca Home: John M. Gallons et ox to James W. W. ; Oeorg* V. Woodling U0

Lumbr C Inc mtg yt. t H.D The First National at Waulh .d 'R.n. a a t Albert J. N.ton Bank o Winter O.rd mi T. E eretax t Ancorin Inc.. am. Inc wd (10 Walker et nx mtg 3MOI :, Woodling wd nio.

I. .. et ux to City of Orlando. Rollins College BU 0. Park 110.First Ancorin Inc. to E.rea Cnambvra (ox.ad R Biaire. Dawson et ox to Elinor F I Xew Homes Inc. to usa First National George W Churchill e
Ir Loan Bank
ra h of way deed (1 Homer F slullmn et crlk.te.. Packard Awn. to W. H Peer .t. U dan to N.ti.1 o WIt Oar. 10. WarD wd 10. I Bank at Orlando mtg (6.700. Neff et ux, wd (10

L08UmD!>on f" ux reement J F. Pickard nx to Florence wd (1O W et ".. wd $10James Bt.ll (800 I Bank at Orlando mIx ((. on. Self et ux. wd 10.
H Robson et ux to Henry 1 MeCloa5 we do a A. C. P Gordon ux to Emil Roeck W Otis L. Taylor et ox t Ruth n wblta-I Jordan C. Skinner .R Blalae Dawaoaet Harold B. Sbeidoa n U to ArtborRouch. New Homes Inc.. to W:. .s I -set
- 5 iux qrd .10 Catherine U. B to Mr. S. e a U "x. qed (Chll et ux to L W. Stinaan.H bead .. (:.210 54. ; ... am mtg (3.BOO. ox wd 10.

H F Handy'-*." Gr..r Co-o.r.Uy and Helen Miller et ox wd 10 .Y sm.William. Hom" et ux to Theodore W First National! Bank of Winter Gar.e Martarette S. S.al e ox Otis L T. County Comm!.t Co'in- Mark Alonzo Dofabs et n to Harold ftVP'c'r William L Brudon e: .z I
; Tayor:
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\ir .r.fnen' S Andrew Fa I Ion ux to Ed"aId H San-: wtte.: ;jwd slj' C' 'r' .C ux :T Orange to I et ux ST. t.n ..x w. Slr> Na'nna E-ink a- Or.arr
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EmnT Ro,Cr51:: W'l. R et \ illCEN . \ '' r -' n.:, of : : of sine '..' ' B '.
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wC $13 .: P ul. lS lord .;i < c- _\ :-, .c" H : i i.pr.W Hssr.i ( .c-. BiimV 'rr/'dOO / ( e' JX U) v :i- I.. .y. ,
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w 'o Long Island 51 > i = ax D L uraueui' Ji. \ ,
Groves Im :. ". .j d, -I ? : JI. FI
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Benjamin vs- .
E Ev.nt et di r. U anltv i i cii _ _ n.Wi T Cox et II T" First National We ';oerr .n!. $1 too 4 f. i : n, W ign, i tu to Sl; Witt.nS'em Room et ux we *!"> 1 K "te. fart lame SlcUoual. > F 1 a : Sf
je I a-nal bad .
_ _ of Winter I.; i JV: "- axsin2. Uarit \lAi: ai < .c So
Garden ( 1".1' iseiv onn '
laD wig O. Nydegger luveitmen Co 10 E 3 $:onsfta I j albr. Cramn- *t 1. mtg 1.,0 George Stedronsky et ux to loan R ( n ox. d (lj Stew Hcmes Inc.. un
& Colats! et ux to W T et et ux wd 10. ton Jt ux wd (10Seyffiour Life and Co. of ,Clbons. wd (10.
warren E. Brannon
U E ei ux to Hrr 87cphgn.ion I.u.ne ct U to R. A. Idea Homea Inc, to Robert U. Ziwuads
tra E Lubell ft a t Esxlow O. Tennessee t Cl D. Ka. ux. am. X.Ul LaIn to Earnest Thompson wd Dewier et ox. wd 10. Jr5 wl $10




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QJr1ttn! l1 irnttnrl! i 33. Articles for Sale |1-5. Apartments for Rent 51. Houses for Sale I II I I QUICKIES By Ken Reynolds ; 51. Houses for Sale 51. Rouses for Sale t 51. Houses for SaleI22fFIYRNISREDTwebedroom


PAGE 18VED., DEC. 17 WATCH-17 ruby Jewel: band and COMBINATION bedroom and kitchen. ORT SIDE-2-bedroom Home close 1 WINTER PARK LAKE FRONT New c-m'm

I case 12 kt. solid gold: has 4 dia- efficiency. Clean. neat. 5 blocks : ADAIR LAKE SECTION brand-new Ave Price $5OOO. Bryant rustle type cottage. T acres. 240 ft. brick house. $7500 cash. Or -* e

I mond Cost about $230; tell for I from bus. Suitable for workIng unfurnished never-Ilved-ln home with Herman Goodwin Inc.. Broker. on lovely lake 240 ft. on paved street. for rent yearly furnished $10 -.
[Cent from rreceding Page] 2-1825._ I ouple. Utilities furnished. 11250 with 2 large bedrooms. Corner win 677 N. Orange: 9855 lots of shrubbery and many oaks make Adults only R, L. Branaa. on P.nc713Blue.
-- -- week Call between 10 and dows. living room dining room tileI
it
3 a beauty
I 2-0 spot. Owner willing to lose .
I 4 pm. I I I bath has tub and shower. Kitchenequipped NORTSIENe.2 bedroom bunga- Leesburg.Florida.WELL .
S3. Articles for Sale I I some money at $975O for quick sale.
:_. with new cabinet sink new i i atiachedgarage. '
Had.od for. cash BUILT modern bouse.
I balance E-Z Asher Peter. rac
IN Modern. wel furnished 3
| PUMPS. electric deep and shallow IMMEDIATE DELIVERY CE 7ft. Kelvinator. .. 4-burner gaa paved s'.et Convenient Realtor.I2 S Main. 2-0786 Fern Park Six rooms with ba'
FOR bath with shower _
h..t. stove new 3O-gal. automatic terms A W. Ridge associate with _
Easy nothing down roms. {t raterI I and all containing kitchenette a- -
9el; little p.l.nt. month. Bel- I Settled adults only. $759 season. 418 I heater. Breezeway and attached *ai Everett Wells Broker. 1204 E. Colonial WINTER PARK Nicely furnished half bath. Two screened porches 1

iy WeJ Drilling-Pump Supply Built-in tubs: used leg tubs: commodes Broadmay.CLOSE ._ _ _ _ _ _ I i rage. This fine home without kitchenI : 3-3502 heated bungalow near Rollins and i 2O by 50 feet. Good garden sra -

\. tIer Garden Rd. 1 mile east of china: new and and cast used iron eralnb.rdsinks. IN-310 Lake St.: small efflciency. I;I equipment. 50.0 with $1.500 d.. g2qt bedroom I Women s Club 3 bedrooms. 2 baths. trees shrubbery For farther in' --

0 r ya Orlando phone 1081.PIANOS washing machines; apartment and downstairs: private en- ,I With kltch.n . 10.50 with OTGHAM ROAD3. 1005135. 1 or 2 bedrooms with bath have pri- Ration write Owner. P. O. Box --J
do.n. Contact unfurnihed. sate ent ranrea nd can bn rented. Fern
bath 3. 12.0 Park. Florida.
standard size stoves cabinet sinks. tr.nc. : .cmmo.te V.lck Realtor. 507
| Just one more of those flewmodel : I Daniel Kolar. 2O6 5. Mai Crb. Mecal Prompt possession. S17.5OO. good
Kimball. studio pianos available AU complete line of fittings. CLOSE IN-ombinto'-bedroomsand I 7811.APOPKA. Building: phone 2-1710. terms C. W Walters. Realtor. 672 DEATH OF out-of-town owner compels

for Dec delivery. Mllef 145 American Plumblnl Supply and Appliance private NORTHEAST SECTION 5-room N_Orange:_6509._ quick sale Attractive 2-bra-
I
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I Fairbanks Ave. Winter 24 W. Wabllton baths and Kitchen ad- room bungalow fully furnished 3
entrncs. -Near city limits. 3-room home large '
Phone fr.m. roms. 2.a WINTER PARK-2 story modern
| PIPEPortable- lock Joint and slip 3-234 Joined. For Inht housekeeping. Seasonal !1 house: 2 porches. 2 extra lots On I II II garage. good neighborhood Prce reduced home on slope. 130x370. overlooking miles out $5500 T J. Lincc-5;
rates. Ph. 2-8742. !I bus line. S2OOO net to Call to $8.500 for quick Realtor. Ph 2-3983 or 4737.NEW. .
Joint for trove and farm Irrigation I o.n.r. sl. T.rms beautiful Lake Virginia. Everything

I Florida Pipe &Supply Co. 630 W LAKE FRONT-Furnished apt. Utilities ,I Mrs. B.nn.t. 4131._ Igla Royal. Broker 5O6 for most comfortable happy living. and ready to occupy. 2 bfl-

Church. 618.PU. ._ _ _ _ _ WATCHES Unredeemed and new furlbed Adults with car. ]i ADAm PARK-$1500 cash moves 2-0672. Real peace and quiet 1 bedroom and room bungalow, garage pa'c
Phone I Into this bath down. 2 bedrooms and bath up. street walking distance of schcv.-
I WATER $89 Pre Xmas sale all reduced :I you new frame S-room NORTHEAST NORTHWEST In
SVSTMS. 415 OP W to make room erutc.U. PARRAMORE ST.. 1020 S.-New pt i house. Full tile I bath breezeway and either of these popular near 2-car garage with servants quarters. and stores, north section reasonscy:
Jory and i I I .ruon bath laundry Well
Robinson Ave Phones 8712 and 9609 i I All guaranteed. Herman's Loan Of- room unfurnished duplex apt. I I attached garage. Excellent neIghborI all conveniences take your pick a 3 etc worth price. priced Ph 7459P5KCHRISTMAS

It Pays to see as first. fice. 27 W. Church St. __ | 9237_ _._ -_ . :;'; hood. New kitchen equipment in- ] bedroom modern bungalow Move in $32.000 morning oreve Ph. John nine.Costello W Pk. Broker.426-R. BAROAEt-In (Al l.
BEAUTIFUL 2-ROOM and bath suteon eluded. $10.000. Nunn with for Christmas. Good buys $12.5OO. O. < '
C.l lege Park
1 I WAGONS-Sturdy. all metal Large I Lake L ocertie. private porch: I I i I H. F. BI.nd. R..ltor. Canl.n Bldg.. I C St..ar. Realtor. 9788-8033 afternoons Orlando. 8115 her is one of on this a fine popular doable sec lor :<-
rubber
semi pn.um.tc .heel. price $515 to May : 2 adults: no 672 N. : 2-4551. WINTER PARK Bonlta Drive bent
PUMPS- -An of Demlng wale Knox Stores Co. 1st I Iscreened .ne I II NORTH SIDE-Furnished frame.:2' sec values Call Mr. Breen
systems for.p. and home. No 2-3163 I I pets: restricted cl.ntrl.: also 1 rom. .I ADAIR SECTION (Near Grammar bedrooms. 3 years old. paved : tion. Attractive masonry home. 2 O'Harra-Moore. log Pine. ri.
bath
down payment. 36 pay Expert -I'1-- -- --- --- porch.'M.r : .chol.* Attractive 3 bedroom frame : S6.95O. terms Herman Inc.. bedrooms plenty closet space screened '
month t 1i
lit Ph 3-3967. Go.ln ,
adults to
$5OO : porch attached
Machinery ]i WATER gas fuel : that garage with util-
service. Farm BEATEI.tn. built In 41. 2 Broken677N Orange: GARAGE
I APARTMENT-3TI.-
Co. 430 W. Robinson I I oil: 15 st.k Sr"a THREE-ROOM dupln'apt. Mod- 1 screened porches. Bendlx. lot Xi ity room: lot 75x160: outdoor grill: v
1 Bros. 10 ORWIN SEC't'ION-Sisall $11 750 Already financed. Mrs. Eld- bath over 2-car garage Need- -
Supply Co. 107 W. cr0 furnlsh for r.nt bY the 150 with several citrus trees. MANOR
i i 3-2203 __ month or R.ason.bl. i Exclusive 51.50.T.rms home. 1 bedroom and sl.pll son with Sammie Francisco Realtor. Pairs good income possibilities -
..k. ..sn. .v.l.ble. lot.
.lh Alen good section. 1 minutes
Rm. I-
I porch large lot immediate 4.Cemral Arcade. 7407.
: ELECTRIC CinderellVdiaper washing Also nice Ia roeslee ping roms We R..ltor. 140 N. : ; possession. heart
Or.n. of
LOGS" Ideal for fire machine. have mice and riding horses 8612. "Specializing In $4.050: $975 cash. ISO per monlh. Orlando. For quick > -
Good condition. $20. Fh.
"REST .r.r. Hom.s. WINTER PARK New block home
]] : S35OO. terms
No easy to b.ndl. free for our guests. Inquire .t Lane with Herman Inc i can be arranged \
Winter Go1n
plu. di. Park 2-2262. 101 corner lot 100x145. Close to
new Van
] Hoten. Broker. 6 W.
Church K
$120 Lumber Co.. I I Broker. 677 N. Or.n ". .
\ pet ulon BUILDING W. Washington.lb. BEVERLY SHORES If It Is a new I bus line. Only $11 500. White Bros.. 12. 5504ROUTE
Railroad.
I KB I MATEIAldds.nd.Dd. Houses tor Kent I house .ouare looking for and i ORWIS MANOR New masonry 2 : Realtors: 824 N Mills. 2-1688_

POSTS fence cpr.s 7 ft. 2 to rofUI. fence posts. 1619 Garvm. want to see 10. m.t.rlal and I II \ bedroomy. tie b.th. modern kitchen WINDEMERE $10.000. this borne Is Ko. IS-A good pigpens one

3-inch butt SIS hundred. 4 to 5- I CLOSE IN-7 rooms furnished FineD.lgbbrbo. I ..rkm.nblp. I.t this i with tile .. attached garage charmingly-situated on lake. Large home modern with 3 bedroom= a
inch $25 hundred. Call WinterPark. 3-bedroom. 2 tile baths. fuU sized and breezeway. room four-room borne and large bu :la -
fuel furnished. Lundr. oak
MR-WAY-The water
butt cleaner of tomorrow. trees give shade and coolness
Ktletree Co. dining room. automatic 4l&4&akss\\\\\\2.l with and 500. that can be converted into a rpr.i
I is yours today. Card to Box 306 O.ner agent. 524 E. Jackson crrul.lnl \ tol.t .ho..r through the summer months. There Lane plot of toad Pr
| hot water he. Robert Terms. Call Mr Talker. King Real ground tt
PAINTS of all types. Outside waterproofing 1' Winter Park assures demonstration | st ; Prvde. Realtor. 668 N. L 1 % Estate. E. Church. 8435. "Open are some 60 bearing fruit trees on this to eU at $S2SO. McKelvey. Brotei
paints. Special varnish for I Delivery for Christmas I CONCORD W. 413-New. unfurnished i i 4596. Or.n. \ \ Sundays 3 ,,I property. aU of which are in excel 64 E Central: room I.

eld. alcohol and heat resisting use. I:; MOVIES for the home News except new .a range. 2-bedroom ' I lent condition: new brooders and i

Mills jc Nebraska._ _ _ _ I:;I adventure travel I. comics p.r.d.Bow- bungalow room dining room I \" ::: : OSLO VISTA 4-room house: reasonable buildings for raising approximately j'
stead's Camera Shop. 1039 N. Or- kitchen and tile bath. Lease to responsible -I BAXTER ST.-Small house newlyI : see owner Mothta Harrison.LIncoln 5 OOO chickens may either be used or A REALLY .
PINO Spinet. Superbly styled | ante. Call party by year. Frank Crebs. I furnished. AU modern c.nvnlenc. Ave Orlo Vista. dismantled for some other purpose. GOOD BUY--

.ld constrctf. USI the famous 2-151. 507 Building. phone 2-1710.! $3250 with terms. This home l.a most comfortably xc-
plate Dark or M.tc.l I C.l ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL Close In. New block construction. 2-berf
tone ranged The front porch extends :
bleached. mahogany. A deposit .U 34. Articles Wanted FOSSETT ST 22O6-5 room house: CITY LIMITS (Near)-New 2 bedroom I 'How con I missI'm using the shotgun I got with a 2-bedroom. semi-block bungalow across the front of the house and all home Well landrcaped lot or ca

hold for Xmas delivery I completely furnlsb.d: $90 mo : seasonal screened porch car porte. Sentinel-Star want ad!" another bedroom pslbl. On paved rooms are spacious. Including living street. Quick possession. $80on

Music Co. 531 N. Orange. j, DIAMOND RING-Gents. Give full rent: Con.-Bumb. section. asbestos siding beautiful finish paved I street rich si. neUhbor- room dining room. 2 bedrooms kitchen terms G L Subject to appra -a

particulars and lowest price. Box LAKE" MANN-2-bedroom house season 1 street near bus. Price S68OO. SomeI ] hood stores block. Price. 15.5. and bath. This house has recently 100"r wan Pee Mr Perkins w:

PLAYGROUND EQUME-Place For i I 1310 S-ta. or year mil take .bld.n. I terms. M. L. Ivey. Broker Ph. 51. Houses for Sale 51. Houses for Sale $1.500 down Ask for H-1270. Haold been painted both inside and out O P. SWOPE. REALTOR. 60 E 1

homes schools p.rl. South of WORZ radio to..rs 2-4656. V. Condict. Realtor. 37 E Central and has new metal roof. This is not Phone 5812. After hours cai.

Clstm. orders now. display I I Wmt erGardeiiRd._ come to Iake. I CHEROKEE PARK-We are sure you I HARRISON ST -Buy Today! Stove1 phone 6137.Oa"NGE a pretentious home but one that has !

Sut.rn Metal F.bncaU. Pine I FURNITURE. US Ph 23808Matber' LAKE FRONT bedroom'furnishedhome. COLLEGE PARK-2 bedroom frame i will like this lovely 4-bedroom Tomorrow! Compl.tI. nicely furnished been well cared for and is in excellent

Cal 5814._ __ I I completely furnished. 75x150 lot. home. of frame construction and only Frame bungalow. 3 sleeping repair Exclusive with Lane Brad
$850 for season. Telephone MEMORIAL HOUSES FOR SALE-4 fur-

RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT sections -1 t 4505 for information._ _ I balance Immediate terms.possession.Exclusive$4500 with :;:1 8 Excellent years old.condition 2'j baths.and Large location rooms.See rooms large living and dining rooms. you n..d a 4 SECON-I ford. 1204EColonial.2-0233._ _ | homes on one-half block. Geacome

Vulcan ranges. 1 Universaldishwasher. good terms. O. C. is it. Fine location lot. well- property for only $10 son:
ST. CLOUD Brick house. 2 bedrooms Powell Broker. Ph. 3-2602. 118 18.9. Ste..r. nice WINTER PARK Owner
Geo. F Brass Co 19 E. Central built 1 story
20 cu. tt. reach-in refrigerator FURNITURE-Used stoves ice I completely fur- R..I. 9788 8033. built furnished Ha baths (tiled). me show you this fine proper;* '
bae., bath aU electric Ph __ __ _. masonry home over looking Lake- ,
V.I. 2.-3155. _
__ ._ n. .
cooler with glass I Kelvey. Broker.
water 64 E Central
\ ..In. machines. Call you 1 nished. block from Post Office. i Only 11.50. t.rms. Sue-2 bedrooms large living room ; r : S
filler 9 cu. ft commercial freezer. ;i sell. We pay "top" prices. Se..UI -I 1 fruit To 2 June 1. $500. owner. St. COLONIALTOWN 3 blocks from CITY LIMITS-South. Close to bus GARLAND ST.. 220 S. Romlnl ORWIN MANOR livinc with fireplace dining room screened ,

This equipment may b purchasedtogether | Thurmond Furniture Co.. 72 W. Pie i Cloud P. 0 Box 761. Ph. St. Cloud trading center. 3 bedroom house. and stores, 3-bedroom home plusseparate house. 9 rooms. 2 baths l.r.le room, dining room.bdroms, porch all with lake view-tile batb. <

or i .p.rat uwt. Call St. D.I 4070. | unfurnished 1 car garage. fruit. apartment Move right in apartment. .owner on pr.m. and screened porch-lawn sprinklersystem kitchen with complete new delay THERE IS STILL T-

at 428 N. .ran. Inc.this 'ORNGES and grapefruit Highest 7551.SERIAN BLVD.. shade and landS.pd. 180. PhoneA. and either Total price S8OOO and. believe GRAND AVE-School large lot 1 car garage equipment 2 car attached game i I
Newly
equipment. Moern Appl.ncea i prl.e. paid. L. K. Bronson. 6tN.unu T. Carter. It or not. only $1800 down Is s.dlon. fri trees and nicely landscaped Automatic ell furnace with ducts to To spend Christmas ia this rfiamc.

ROOF COATING-Protect your root 3-1226. |I I electric refrigerator 21 bedrooms living I Carter. Resltors.l2S. Main.__ necessary and apartment .I make house.painted and furniture.d.or.t.d 2-bedroom Pre $17 SOO--Phone Dan Stiles all rooms assorted bearing fruit trees I 2-bedrooaa hoa t at S- <

the winter. $2.50 for a 5-gal the p.ym.nt. We hope you don'tfind Bm. 54.75. very -Guernsey and Green. lara-e lot In with terms. Ere Mr. Perkins WIT
fo OLD GOLD-We pay highest prices dining kitchen and COLONIAL DR. 4-bedroom home. Vee Ie event sense a home i

ca, At Olidden'a.ROLLAWAY _ _ ;! for el.monds old gold ..tche.I i bath.rom.R.nt by the rom.year to rspndbl i large screened porch. Suitable for Wm Matthews this too with late. Exclusive. Broker.. 6 W t.rms.Church. Rm 12. Hot.n.5504. Reallors-2i E Central _ _ 1 to be proud of and priced to sell at O. P SWOPE. KEALTOa. M E P.

BEDS complete "ltbm.treu broken J..lr. teeth .. i, party Frank Crebs. M.tc.l duplex or guest home. 11.50 fur- Kolar. 2-43511 J. D.Del ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL-'a block 121.SOO Phone Dan Stile 4196. Phone S812. After bows call lao'

50. Orlando FurnitureCo. Bfrltm &5ns. 139 N. Orange.OFICE I Building phone 2-1710 nished.Gardner. _or 7811 HARWOOD SECTION E.-5 roms off. & acres and house. Make rea Guernsey and Green. Inc Realtors.

.. 14 615 W Church St. i: MACHINES .-nd furniture. | WINTER PARK home furnished: on Real Estate. 409 South Or- CLOSE LV-Duplex. furnished. 11. and bath srreened-in porch gar n.bl. offer for thI close-in prop 21 E Central _ _

RADIO PHONOR'APH'combl hon. Get our prices Check with George I! large lake. Combination living and _anze Ave. Ph24481CASEBERVAttr. 1 200. cash 1.75. balance monthly.Apartment age. Fully furnished 19. TermsC erty and you rn't go wrong. WINTER PARK-2 homes adjolninu NICE SIZE. 1 year old. 3-be-i-.

A surprise prelnt given Stuart.13 S. Main St. Ph. 8158. dining joom. 2 bedrooms. 2 baths home for .v.II.bl.for owner RoperRealty. C Garletts. Broker. ._ 691. Noble Smith. Real Estate 124 stucco: each has 2 bedrooms: 2 2-toath house on doable corns r .

with each radio combination Special Medium size. Tele- kitchen and larze porch. To c.upl. roupl. b.drom.tve lakefront ._Church_and Main: 2-3433. HIGH SHOL SECTION-Beautiful M.I screened porches nicely furnished 1 Floor furnace gas ranee lar-p n
PINGUprl"ht.
at Walter J. Wicx's Service and 'for season $1050. Phone Mrs Jack- block. highway located. ; ONE ROOM HOUSE Park water beater. Included In pn< P u:
concrete Nice shade.
or 8435. CLAY STREET-Furnished home. all on Wlntf attached garage: priced $16.OOO for :I'
Robinson. _ _ $104)00. Terms, .
Bales ) call 7124 bets> -
since E HIGHEST Vm. 2-4351.- and stores. Complete with elec- large rooms kitchen very nicely New style. 3-bedroora frame bungalow. Oviedo Road. 1 mile East Winter both exclusive. W. P Pardue. Broker.

RADIO PHONOGRAPH Beautiful oranges MARK paid Lester for irk slove. reIrigerstor. hot water equipped caraee with laundry room. Well built. Good condition. Large Park .plroxuat.l. 4OO ft. on paved 633 Rldzewood Ph 2-32O6 Wait I' loam asd5p. ._ _

General Eleti combln.to. with White. 3-1226. 47. Rooms for Kent heater and oU rreul.tnl heater. nice yard for children. $11.500. 2-rar gacagew th furnished apartment road sle $750 cash: it's abuy. sIte mpute' Next door 3 bedroom BARGAIN-Two houses for $6100 on

2 short ..v b.Dd priced rlbt for Beautiful live oak tr.s. real buy Stimnson-Staton. Realtors t.n- down 2-bedroom apartment up W K. Price. Real Estate. 246S home. 1'i baths attached garage Urge shady lot. $25OO down O...
S-Star. WE BUY used furniture. Call us before See Hibbard Casselberry. M.tc.1 S17O month home Orange Ave Ph 6385. 1 er. Call 2-O390.
quick gale Bx I ANDERSON ST. 520-Corner room at $9.500 SIde Phone 5159 income besides radiator was heat: fireplace: price
quality ball u Orlando Furniture Co twin beds $15 week. Permanent Broker. Winter Park; 2-2221. __ SU2.jOO. terms Excluslte with Hucket- $11 OO. terms.
ROWRSKTHllb $2 95 and No 2 store. 615 W. Church phone people CENTRAL AVE.. E. house O'N..I. Realtors 118 Robinson; PALM TERRACE dream home. _ _
2-4883 d.slrf. CLOSE IN Duplex. Large lot Ti E Situated beautiful lot. ,
corner on corner
should sell dial 2-3753. 2 bedroom reStage. nearly new, ren-
quickly at 1 5-room
up. Knox Str. Cd 25 E. Pie. A AVE in rental section. 1 bedroom Fruit Lake Kit- ON THE GOLF COUR-
Phone i \ PAY $25 for your old drop head I' IEL 1st E-rge douilrOm. good frame bungalow with screened front i i privileges. 113.75. crete block: near bus. estra buildIng -
I I Singer I sewing machine regardless 10r. and sleeping porch down. 2 bedroomsand potch. 2 bedrooms bath living room. I' I tinzer Realty. 2-O074 or on 50 ft. lot: 55.500. easy terms.
Lovely location large lot
RANGESElectric.. 5 popular trademarks i J-331. porch up. A good comfortable comer Ides
of slepn. PRINCETON AVE.1101 WWe offer
or Phone 3-2341. clmmg room and kitchen. Some furniture -
from $189.95 to $339 95. condltoo. I AMERICA ST.. Lucerne. home built when lumber was RALLY SCHOOL SECTIONA beautiful home. Outstanding .a .
Gas 121-Lk Separate garage fcEonnett. I for sale- one of the finest built Others from 51.250 up. I. F. Slayton.
city and btt. waist high broiler 35. fuel Oil and Wood Lovely corner rom l ple&.nhor. lumber. Good looking .el buit. easy 145 N Main Bonnet most attractive fur I homes in Orlando Second floor. 5 ; 32 5 Pine. 6651. at non$12.000. Terms. Ask for Ras Ler

_ _ look-in dor. Walter J. Wlloa. Light br.akl.st pcieileges. walking distance. t.rms Huc- 509i complee. bedrooms glassed-in sleeping porch-
| CHEROKEE "PARK-Nicely furnished home right
Service and Sales Since "The kel-ONeal. 118 E. Robinson. i mshe r.d.
Most for Your Money Always." 61 E FUEL OIL-Ha your tanku filled AMELIA AVENUE"28LTNk, 2-3753. Re.lor. Quick possession 3 bedrooms living in. rooms-just redecorated inside 2 baths First floor large reception I 1 KEWMAN-HARGIS DtC Real' n
DO. Telephone Or large and out. A cheerful home room dining room br..kfat room $5775. EXCELLENT TERMS-6-room 23 W.
Robinson Ave. I 5021 or I rom. dining General Electric you W aching ton. 8861 6638
_ _ "n'o rm.
Park dults only. du- and music room kitchen large | house 2 high lots: paved street.
Wnte :00 McI" Fuel 0.: COMMERCIAL DITIC-Fr.m. kitchen that will please any woman your family will enjoy. Its only I.unl. on
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RECORD PLAYER-Portable In goodondition. : S.nlc. AGNES ST 221-Attractive comfortable piex. 3 erh 2 porches beautiful oak floors. l-a $l.500-a true vaae. Ter. Ask for pantry. urnaee in basement1ear tail W A Williams with J. Daniel
Sacrifice at $35. Telephone Coykendal. garage with furnished apartment i Kolar. 206 S Main: 7811.
PIREWOOD-For sale. Get it while room good bed. semi-private Water heaters. WeU rented Good buy garate. laundry tubs. sprinkler I

9953. !;. it lasts. For particulars and prices bath private home local telephone. at 155. Howard. Broker. 306 N. tem in yard On a nice street .n above An outstanding pr"PI. i 51-1. Lake County Property

RADIOSBattery or electric; portable call 1947.WODLn.. CLOSE IN-2O6 Billcrest. Room '. pretty ..I kept homes You shol NEWMA2O-RARGIS "C.. Realtors. 29 located on 23 lots $40 OOO. Ib.r.1 S ROOM house furnished large lat. .

table or console. WyckotfiHdw. meals. connecting bath. .It COLOMALTOWN SECTION-Looking see this one bf.r.making a d.ls.on W. Washington 881-6638. terms or will sell part including hom. $7.500 cash- Corner 441 and Lock- EUSTIS Spanish type bungalow

_ _ ._2S24_Kuhl. slab. $2 a load. 12" for a well furnished Offered for See Mr Stewart and garage apartment for $29 Sot on hart RdIMI.IEDtATE I 5 rooms bath nice lot pleatair"-
52.50 a strand delivered CLOSE IN Large room new ..1 buit.
corner Real
H F Boland.
terms Call
"o. Harold easy located Property in
console modern ? overlook this Shepherd Co. 20 E very good c. "C!
RDIOtombfalon $4.50. Box 116 Taft. twin beds. heat porch.Garage hom. Rul.
leaving Sp.her. sml-b.th. Washington St tor. Carrigan Bldg.. 672 N. Orange: tton. $6.500. W. J Kistler. Rear: r
Fla.j buy 2 bedrooms and sleeping porch LAKE
Private home Ph. lot.
t.n 14 N. _Lawsona. I 6. large living room kitchen and dinetteInsulated COLONIALTOWN NEAR "- 5 roMT Neat FNT-Dral. Lace. 2-4551 _ _ _ .__ POSSESSION Post Office Bldg.. Eustis. Fla Pr.nt-
j i oak aoA pine in .n lengths rooms pri1 bath t Red
391 P Box
WOD. walls. 10 O 1146
CS-Slpl. .'I knotty pine
Combination-$75. I 1 ce1nl. house new: I.n. corner lot; oil and electricity. S33OO. Lane
,RDIoVICL 6341 or call at I 2-1147. Dble. Please telephoneI v.t. .ml-pnvat b.t separate l.r.g. Lot 75 x 145. Dlcbiandsr.l. heating gas water heater: ravel with B.ra Inc'. Broker ROSEMERE-East Yale A mo.r.masnn. Stroll down payment balance like TAVARES Pleasant large 5-r n;

1245 Spring Lake Dr._ _ _ _ I _ _ Ph 3-2904 200 H rt. and strawberries. bath and kitchen price $8500. termexclnsive 677 G.1 2 bedroom bun".I.. rent Furnished or unfurnished and bath bungalow Metal rr it;
RADIOPractically. in excellent AWELL-REATED home gives you CLOSE IN-31O Lake St attractivei appointment Bonnett & with W P Pardue. Broker. oD.e. 155. Rome of excellent construction in a nooses $3000 and up. Liberal discount corner lot 2-car garage, several frui
that comfortable. warm. contented i I corner room. twin beds also adjoining Bonnett. 145 N Main. 5809 Ph fine residential section A very attractive for rash. For real good buys trees Act quick if you want thio ,nt
condition; short .ae. sacrifice at feeling. Orlando Fuel Oil Co Inc bedroom near town bus. COLLEGE PARK Best R1 R'd7..0. 2-:20 LANCASTER PARK-Immediate possession men-shaded home priced C U TAYLOR. BROKER. 2516 N. $4.000. W. J. Kistler. Realtor Pc t

_ _ _ $35. Telephone 9953. I Ph 5118 or Winter Park Fuel Oil Co. CLOSE-IN 130 Hillcrest.- s.dloDDPir CTY'LTIT5 room modern bun on this completely furnished .1 Exclusive hstir H. C Babcock Orange. S644. Office Bldg.. EUMIE. Fla. Phone 3al
BUTT- -High school boy's size 36 Ph. Winter Park. 2OO. Atr.cuv Lk.Iv.nho. or.nlea bus service. 3-bedroom Ing.lo. Tile bath and with Robert R. T;. Realtor. 13 Red. P O Box 1146.
short. Brand new. $21.50 takes it. twin suites with achouun ec bth. only $1.5OO down Let us T.I.phon. 2-3936 dr.ln..1 rtr1 krtebn. beautiful playroom W. 6174.

YMCA Dining Room. 3.. tertilizers and Soils sun rom. Private bth show ) to.y. Phone 691.. Noble DFLANEY largest and 2..r garage. servant's W.lnlto. 52. Groves tor bale
Smith, 124 SECOl-T.
R..I $2O.5OO TWO DUPLEXES Fine apartments.
quarters. with -
Compare the music of a best new fr.m. In t.r. .
RIO with that of a Symphony COLD SMOKE will reduce your pests CLOSE IN-Private home. 4266. I II COLONIAL GARDENS Attractive for $8 250 Ranch type hu. Ol.n.rom. Call Lee Crawford with L I Rent income per year $2760. Price GROVE-4 acres. 305 seedling trees
and I modern 2 bedroom furnished bun- Pryde. Realtor 668 N. Orange { $22.0OO $10.OOO cash balance long t
Orchestra, ito like comparing the' Improv growing conditions 11 18x2" 2 bedrooms. 13x13. wide hallway 2-59 ROSE TERRACE 6-room house Estimate 2 OOO o xea
tone of a commonplace radio with your 51 used In your garden CASSELBERRY-Azalea Lodge AmerIcan .Io. Beautiful lawn shrubs trees walk-in closets h.rd..r floors i term. See owner R. J. BeU. 2322 E. fruit Direct-by-ma.1 express 6051.

that of the out-of-tne-ordlnary new. pl.ntnl time. Send for full Informa Plan Hotel riding horses. fishing owner says "get ol.r" I have key full riming room attached garage LAKE FRONT-9 miles West ot-ct. Most desirable neighborhood near Washington. ness goes with the grove. 9.8-i

Improved Westinghouse radio. Listen plan 1 feg roses and sweet buntl in &Winter Park Don Dudley 2-474. Probably t.t. 0 I loan EammleFrancivo. Fine bn'k. 3 bro home Co. school and shopping center. 3-bed CANT BE BEAT-6 large rooms. Phone Casselberry. 2-2221.

.md you'll buy a W.stllhous. Walter i *peat 50B BrooKhaven Dr : 6314. 91JJ4-W. COLI..EGEPARK-Lovely bungalow Realtor. Rm. 4. Central' Ar- pletely furlshf garage: servants room. 2-story colonial. Lr...I..edIn I screened porch. Nicely furnished. 2 I LAKE FRONT home and grove 3-

J. Wilcox S.nlce & since I I DAIRYfERTUERWANTED cWSiALDRIE.. cmpltel. and nicely furnished cade. 7407 Qu.rt.r" Well landscapedshrubs sun porch .. trees lots fruit garden-fenced: bus. stores bedroom modern home overlooking
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1936. 61 E. Robinson. ][ Cuanlte. I
RESTAURANT REFRIGERATOR .' Write or phone Met Altl. SentI nary heat near grills reasonable.FORTRESS Close to shopping center rnlsh. k.lvln.to. jus* Boat hou: 9 acre citrus grove terms. Ask for lo.r7NNAlHARGI3 "ark near. Want trailer. 1026, 22nd 6-acre heavy bearing grove addit. >cal

CO. New unit. Ethel's Tavern. ; nel-Star. GUEST -HOME Quiet Price 113.5 Terms. Phone A. T. ..ort" 75"17. many cit funing. C. C Garlet. St. land Price Including present fruit

"36th it B. Orange Blossom Trail !] FILL and good rich top soil. For full 2 clean double rooms "Eust.r" crr. 3-1622. Jamereon rus. 114 E Broker._912 .W-. Mjlls,_ph 2-177. INC Realtors. crop. $14.OOO with terms. Louis 8I
reld.ntll and S Main. 8881 6638. i HOUSES FOR SALE-4 furnished I Dolive. 27 W. Washington
m nd Broker.
easurea quick delivery dial R.lors
in. i f urnace b..t. bus. Tray breakfast DtlBSDREAD SECTION S-rnom WabtJon. I
RFRIGERTR- -prt.ble LAKE homes for quick sale only $10.5OO.
2-4053. EOLA North of. We offer
unit, _ _ _ available Ph 9353. semf-bkM-k bungalow furnished avery McKelvey Broker. 64 E. Central; SUJB412.
.dlon. Kovalik. FILL DIRT and One or more MAGNOLIA AVE. COLLEGE PARK-This new 5-room n furniture attached garaa-e. oak fn 2-story home with 4 b.drom. 8. 14 ACRES-FuU bearing good rondl1 -
room
room
Trailer n.al. coml.t., 5. loads full me.sur.ca.Call 6464 days. twin beds. Also 74&Dubl cement block bungalow with large floor price 110.0. $2.SOO cash ., b.th tile kitchen living SOUTHWEST-Close to Orange Blossom 1 lion near Umatilla overlooking

9841 nl hts. i] bed. Private entrance. Ph. dobl. screened breezeway and 25-It attached A-k for V. ConHhrt. rom. 16x2. fireplace; dining Tr.l. New 6-room b.us. nice BY 6wNER-Bargain for quick sale. I I pretty lake. Priced to sell. Contact
SCHICK EEC'nsa.r, n. head: located corner lot.can garaae. Tile floored front. I Box 843. Eustis. FIx.I .
1 garage on Realtor. 37 f.Centrslphone 6137. rom. entire Smal 3 bedroom. 2'i bath fui nished owner.
Bulova .. .rlt watch; ; PULTRY MANURE-By the ton or had completely furnished for screened front Other .rro Exclusive Fh.
prch. 10xO. in rear. .Ith home 823 Menendez Court.
b 20 ACRES Fifteen-year-old Valencia
5880. -
304 E. 2-O346. Poultry Farm. Telephone .ous
A-I condition. sck. F.lnl. MAGNOLIA AVE 644-Exclusive. j i i terms. Owner leaving features that ofdIstinction with Goodwin Inc. 2-4674
11.5. go ST. Just off Here la a m. Lyle | and grapefruit grove with crop located
SHOTGUN 16I.u.Bro.nnl automatic ad vacate at rU.of deal DENY -frame home with 2 It b a guest home .. 677 N Orange. 9855. near Orlando $9500 cash. PhI
TOP good Robt. r.1 pr..r with absolutely no Inc of HOME ANETlNCOME on main hlgS-
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eondlton: case sILVn. tOP.ol: $7 50 ROOM AND Woodruff Ask for Ralph B. .ltb wide
BA.o !large bedrooms large SOUTH EIDE-One hundred feet I 5467. 1224 Palmer St.
shells: all for $125. Grocery. and Please '' St. Take to L. Realtor 668 N. O.ng. Ihlnl r. rooms. $ .3 unfurnse. with good way. Large store room below nice
Hiu's this lot
c. Suth Ct. Lmit Pnd. dining room nice tile bath and 139 feet deep pretty
phone 5838 t terms Can Buildinc almost
Contact above
Orlo Vista Plo i 2-bndro apt
Agnes.walk .
__. {i i 2-713. 2-96. with tub and shower hardwood floors Harold Vollick with J. Daniel .lh its five-room fully pl.sterf new Large lot Price $8950 and 53. Acreage for bale

SHOTGUN 12-gauge Browning pump. I IM.c ,I I ROI-- PIDi-prch, OUtld-- Venetian blinds throughout central Kolar 2O6 Main: 7811. I esplal. suited t Call Bill Douglas with R F
good condition. $55 Inquire at 38. Plants. Flowers and Seeds i tr.nc. pnv.t. $P 743. COLLEGE PARK $2850"eah will h..Un. room attached garage aluminum S family .Ith children. The terms Roland. Realtor. Carrigan Bldg., 672 ACREAGE-Yes: plenty. 8ZOO B'.T.:

Meacfaam's Store. Orlo Vii.SEWINOAHINETrudle. move you into the cutest little 2 weather lifetime lot is n..rl. fenced and the propertyso I aceplsn.Ocoornhouse.bacs It:.
ST. JAMES HOTEL-South srPPlnl. 24551EXCEPTIONAL
excel ,, AZALEAS-Potted or in corsages. Single. $7 .n. RInd bedroom home in town Its complete- rof Nicely l.nd.aJ a 75x1 SO LAKEFRONT-o In. Lr. lot.riparian located that children can get to NOranee I ber have special price terms W P
Formosa Phone Azalea Shop at Casselberry. ..kl. Dule. .> furnished too. Total price $7850 lot Imm".t.. Un- <' Grand Ave. School with absolutelyno HOME Investment I Pardue. Broker. <>33 RIdgewood Phj
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$ Phone 9253. p"on Lv
St. nearFalrbanks. winter Park 2-2221._ __ ] .e.k up King Real Estate. 30 E. Church. 8435 fumlshd $ .tth $21 down brick 2 bedroom Ext. !iarte traffic hazard. The price is Large corner lot. 2 blocks from I j 2-3206
AND rooms for S195O. Call Mrs. Tyler with OHarraMoore. business center Good 7 rooms and
AFRICAN VIOLETS Pansy SISGL DUB Sundays" same t* rent. Harold screen porch overlooking Hardwood -
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n.and pl.nt i "On Cal I.k. CHENEY HIGHWAY acres e.**
Rifles. I
SHOTGUNS- used and Rosey Morn border m.n Price up weekly CITY LIMITS w.ntcompl.tely- Vollick with J. D.DI 2O6 8 floors full tiled bath. Fuel 2-36 109 E Pine. bath Well built and newly decorated. land. Tourist cabin or trailer <$:te

itches revolvers.. all make radios low a123. : bicv-up: Peggy Jo's Gsrden. 231 ptunl.pl.nt. P1 eaoera ii 2315YMCAAtrctv furnished modern- 5 room bungalow Main: 781.DUPLX oil floor fum.r. attached .ar"e SOUHEAS SECTION-New 3 bed Large front porch 2-car garage that 330 ft on Main Highway. $2400 Lai

ales and tricycles: musical Instrn- ni. Ave._Phone 2-1727. rooms fo.unl for only down? If so. call Mr with built in laundry trays This lire p.c.; front *.ndr..r 1 is ideal for converting Into an apart- with Hefman Goodwin Inc Broker
CAMELLIA COLLECTION double. $ up. Mowrey $00 King Real Estate. 30 concrete home is new and PulpJ with Venetian porches electric hot water heat- ment Also 1-room cottage In rear. 677 N Orange: 9855
menlo Pawn W 500
M.cK.. Shop. 404 Call 8006.ATTRACTIVE. VaatN.. blinds heater $14 000. good terms Sam A. Hutcbins; _____
Church St Fh 9750. i i] shrubs. 50 varieties 16 are unamed). E. Church. 8435. "Open Sundays. quit section. Beat this .Ieetrlc ..t.r ye. .Irf for electric stove large corner Broker 56 5. Central. 3-1386. I CANAVERAL MERRIT ISLAND
1 Call 2-1404 for double $12.600. CaU Bill Douglas value 11.70 Phone A. V"Buster' Price S625O Cash to _
d.t.ll.CAMELI.'SBelgl.n warm room. COLLEGE PARK- W. Harvard Av.Furmshf. 2 cab. b.ndl. Acreage. $35 acre up C B Davis
next to bath: overlooking lake. 6 tile bath with H F Realtor. Carrigan C.rt.r. 3-112. Jamerson $2250 Balance $50 month. se GOOIIHOMES.FURNISHED Look Rfs'tor.' 41 W Washingtdit. 7305
SHEET ROCK. 10. size 4x8 Dlc. and
Shrubs
Carter.
U37I u.l..s. good home and location. Ph_2-4507 rms.oak floors attached SIde 672 N O.ng. ph 2-4551. M.I. Crai: with Hampton. Broker. 531 them over and make offer. Your "
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Clay I I I bauUf. your Musel.bte sr.n.d prch. M. K. CLOSE TO City Limits Lakefr -
._ E. Prln .ton. j ROOMS.=With or without private garage 112.0 with $45OO cash balance DUPLEX.: Conc.t'Bl.k.. Upstairs LAKE VIEW-$2 ; down Furnished Or.fK" "1 Harmon.opportunity Broker.for a 2-2945 bargain. acreage 8 acres not cleared w

STUDIO COUCH. $30 Odd living ORANGE. bath. $12 to $20 per week. Hotel $ Exclusive listing coplt.l. furnlsb.d' bedrooms 3-bedroom *.rl. front lawn SOUTH SIDE-Brand new 2 rom divide. If you're interested In t f -

room table $8 Circulating oilheater tangelo. Gr.PfrulLin-Orange. 130 S Cour St. Cal Nunn with H. F. Boland. Real Uvin. room kitchen and dining romrombln.d. Near bus and .. Phone 6911. hor. fUl price $5.800. Don t type of property call for app -
Carrigan Bldg. 672 N. Orange. shower: downstairs: flyingroom. Noble Smith. Real Estate. 124 5. Main . Call Smith with Henry I
Inc., BTOK
fig. I Herman Goodwin
pear. ,
$25 Call 2-1607. pecan tr. grapes shade IN person Adults only 2 nkr- ment
_ _ _ CAL kitchen and dining room com Burch. 2-1090. GOLDEN HAS TT-tinder $6500.
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SEWING MACHINES trees shrubbery. Mills to Nebraska I Ii 1. rooms ..home 712 2-51. LAKE VIEW-Bautful-bome. nicely 677_N_Orange 9855.
Factory rebuilt 1 bath unfurnished.
guaranteed like new; prt.bl.i i then.- 1 mi.east-to Pols Nursery. '' EastSouth_ St. COLLEGE PARK-omlorable 3-bed bine. bdrom. t to bus and furnlsb.d. broms. bath for SUHEAST SECTION-A new home If you cannot afford a higher priced HIGHWAY 17-92."beyond Fern Park
Lt loxO. . 2 ready for
SNAP DRAOONtio. LARGE .tniibte room .p.r- owner. r.ntal providing Income Flr.pl.re ft. highway. 600 ft dft
and console Al WIJn. phlox. I WELL furn'shrd room College Park Section I home. Terms on each house. 110 on
I ment upstairs. Solid frame .. LaUon. : lance landscaped lot. only S2O.- the This cozy well built
calendula many other plants 20c Prisate bath and shower Prefer Price Terms st.kt. beautiful high wooded tract ideal f -
Phone A. T.
TRICYCLES StoreCo.A few.. 25 Idt115 dKnox per dos. Giant pansy plants. Soc per permanently emplovrd gentleman. tion good roof hardwood fon. 2 Carter. 3-1622.-Jamerson and Carter. 0. h.l cash Courtney R..I. home has 2 bdrom.. nice. high lot I 2-bedroom home. Porte eochere. Deep : business. One of those bard-to-flnc:
doz. At E. rar 2 lots partly N 2-2471 .lh shade .d lakevl. Recently at $595 Terms tlOO Scot
I Colonial and Ferncreek. Reasonable Ph. 2-3230 .arle. Realtors.12 S. Main .. lot. nice location. $5500. bargains
2-3 163 -
''tur north to Canton Ave east 3 I WiU be sold within a few days as LAKE VIEW=Here !Is a well furnished compl.t.d. never been orup.d. Price i :i and SItS month C F. Gordon. Room
TACKLE BOXES=""i; Budd ". Fan blocks No sale Agencies i the price is only Owner needs DUPLEX- oIn.. East Side. $7,500 E S. Burnett 37 Ave
: on Sundays. Harper's :, --1 1.nt.i : 18.2S. = home with 2 bedrooms overlooking on. 2-bedroom prewar bungalow. Citrus 8. 64 E. Central
Cltj tackle box. $2 75 and up Knox Nursery. 1912 E. Canton. i I money. Geo. H. .. Realtor. ,I come $50 plus : rooms and I.k. large lot well shrubbed Phone 2303SUBURBAN I trees landscaped. $6290. I HIGHWAY and lake frontage. Hard
I for
stores CG 2S E Pine Phone LANDLORDS We will supply 2-3176. o.n.r. Price $12.500-Terms A New 1 bedroom i
easily "Speak to -
2-316. you
h.me.
| ft 1792
fin.nr.d. to-ftnd combination. 190 on -
119'000
TRICYCLE: Large.l2 Child's roU- :3! LIesttck and supplies I I desirable tenants free of charge COLLEGE PARK-Northeast corner T 3-1541 Davis. Broker. 33 S Main. Phone Ipl..I" Whitney Spieeel Realty Co.. I.50O down prr. $3.425 Phone I 2-bedroom. Garage. New section running back to m beautiful lake

top e..1 blackboard and rlh. and obligation Ju-t phone us your Yale and Wrtmorl.nd. 2 lots. each R..1or 706 Metcalf Bid. 23269. 6911 now and sl. rent. Noble I growing rapidly. $6490. (no pond i One of the finest lora',.- IE
BOSTON old. vacancy. Gardner Real Estate Agency 4 DUPLEX-Lakeview. A real thIs Smith. Real Estate.124 8 Main. I
of
chair 1 J784 BULl yr son $1OOO Br.sl. Ave ( dr..dl. buy LAKEFRONT large | for a tourist camp near Orlar '

-' size- 36. reasonable may be seen 1600 NOran.e 409- S Orange Aie Phone"2-4431 I huh lots $675. O. C. St..r. new masonry duplex with fuU tile I rooms. 3'z HOME3 road bd- ST CLOUD-Brick house bedrooms- I I I A C GOLDEN. BROKER. 1121 N. | Also new concrete bungalow All f<>-

TED Av. WE HAVE RENTALS-$3 service Realtor. 9788 8033. bath tile kitchen drains and rills. some painting arr.Citrus and shade trees.. bath. all electric completely furnished Orlando Ave.. Winter Park. IBS. $13.730. terms. Exclusive with HONeal. -, ' -

HORSE-BridleT s.ddl.pat! Morgan. charuc Gardner Real Estate. 409 L TO-WN-N.a stores and Oil circulating heater. Venetian blinds. 5 miles from town Chenault 'i block from Post Office, fruit. paved I Realtors; 118 E. Robi'.w/:
YOUR bath
TILE and kitchen 110.0
in rust rW ., built-in chests and dressing table
Ideal I Xmas present sacrifice $125. South Or.ng. : paved 3-stor streets corner lOOxlSO. $10 OOO Owner I 2-3753.
proof aluminum Permatile: free .hol .tret. 'I High lot. &J.nnln".Inc 67 .n":3.
1140 Canton Dr. I frame: 2 bedrooms sleeping ah.d.d l.nd".Pd 555 St. Cloud P. O. Box 761. Ph. St.
estimates Central Florida Sales. 1217 Ir..r Thelma $50 DOWN-9'a acres 5 miles Ape if a
N. Orange Dial 6840 PONY-6 yrs old ""c"Plonal. gen- 49. Business Rentals living and dining rooms kitchen Realtor. W. Washington"Ith 6174. LAKE FRONT-A .el built and nlceI Cloud 7551. on paved road. $675. P. O LI x

CLEANERS-'Vee-Vac" tlf- wIth children cow | with electric equipment. 1-car garage 1 I ly furnished bedrooms sunroom SUHEAST-n newly paved street 25 PER CENT INVESTMENT 1350._Orlando
Vf and BUSINESS OFFICE newly decorated Price only Weir System. DUBSDREAD I
horseprice reasonable. Bill Arnold. 1105. cour7R-cB! living and dining rooms kitchen neighborhood this
$ !.% 95 and up Knox Stores I LARGE TRACT 2W> ft. on Ooldf F
Co i! P"ie Phone 2-3163 IJ""n' Ranrh Sanforri-Oiledo- Rd. office now .v.llabl.in Co'.onial- 628 E. Pine: 464. Pr.rtc.n. Full tiled bath. and bath. About 2'? acres of two-bedroom home completely furnished A 2-apartment house with 4 room I Road. S3O ft deep: extra qud

r PAY hishi-st pricer for 'own. Lane Bradtord. Broker. 1204 COLLEGE PARKtr.ctteew bdrom bun"alo. land 100 b.nn. citrus Garase and for 110.50. cash will buy. each side partly furnished Income ; hub land plenty nice shade '
INDS \IlL screened porch breezeway.2rar
VENETIAN BI manulartured at c.tl. E 2-023J. tll.d Highway
laundry For real value see $2O.
Colonal bottom only a Taxes
-s. and veal Call after 6 pm. masonry: tubs. I.k. .m.thln. $1.560 year. .' and an outstanding buy at 1--
1739 Kuh' AS.. us about Best- Dial 16. ask for 1909-J-2 SINGLE FCE-NMHutuld-- garare attached. Very nicely furnished Lot. a.g.x 150 furn.r.Owner laundry going north. 4'3 miles from Court House Priced C.d. McK.nzl. Broker. 104 W. Cen- ftontaie 530 ft. Lake frontage looft. Terms $200 down and $15 mor.'r '

Alum basswood or or cedar Call blinds 8O59 FactOr WANTED' TO "0. 54 new ,a kl'ch.n. Imm.d.te poss for quick sale. Terms. W. B.Nicholson. for quick .l at $12.75O. See Robert I !. 2-4775 __ _ 40 fruit trees Sacrifice $7750 If F. Gordon. Room 8. 64 E. Cf-
pre lotale Or- BUY-L.st.k- 24351APPROXIMATELY S12 SOO with terms. 113.73. S. Huey Robert R Realtor. Jan. 1st. Terms.
do Mfg. Co. i veal and i qu'I'd.Cal1 .on. W.1 R Main: 2-1619. "Ith TYr. SUURBAN-I you b.v 110 and sold by Ave.
V.n.tl.n Bet
bO. .
I 4641 W. Washington
1 fcjstem. 628 E. Pine;
j 4OOO SQ-fC industrial 1 I per have
its AND S ACRE parcels of.aI i
VENETIAN 283.I DUPLEX-Orlando. 2-bedroom apartment BROKER. Branch on
BLND T7 bst-rot space sUl.bl. for show room COLONIALTOWN 2-bedroom. fur a 4 months old. 5-room concrete 1 A C GOLDEN. Clarcona Road section. $50 i -
and 1-bedroom apartmentI of under-
nc mor- or store. Central. Exclu up LAKE FRONT New block home. block house together with 5 acres E. 17-92 (3la miles north
\ 40. I'et good I Easy monthly payments Sdhsa: *
Stock and II t.rmr. BOh
nlhe. 58.50. downstairs Garage attached Lot.
tral Avenue Orlando Our
telephone 75 ).
Supple Powell Broker. 118 bedrooms will accommodate S Broker, 37 S Main. Phone past i
i
Buret. 65S Book Building Detroit 26. M.
Lar. I
number .t 95"i8VENETIAN I 91h xllO. with house and other 75x115 .
,
__ _ BOARD DOG at Acre 50.ant.d to Rent E '.I. 3-2602. overlooking Only termsA. beds Tile bath extra I.r. living 2-30f3 _ _ tin
BLINDS 'OU Cricket : I.k. 1850. kitchen with and
-Aluminum stock room dining space
SUBURBAN New 5 and
room
I home C. Golden. Broker. -
bUnd 17" through 36" widths. 37e {I i sway K.nn.l.from Ln..od.. FI.. at ttua. i' -Furn"he. adults no children. i Ave Winter Park. 121. extra cabinets: double garage. large 150. terms SOO ..ith2lots. HOUSES furnished or unfurnished 54. Lots lor Sale

at fa ton Orlando V.ne i. : days only Box real breezeway with Cleamew metal ance $ Mrs. Keller different sections and various
tian Bad Mfg .. 139 Ruin Av.: CHRISTMAS PUPPIES Pedigreed 336. S-Star 2-476 ; COLONIAL buy here GARDENS it is. Lovely- For 3 bedroom a DUPLEX Furnished Desirable 10 blinds: tile patio. Lake view from A T. m.nth 4412. ..lhs"yB.k.r. prices. Lindberg Broker. Bll N. Mills. ANDERSON ST E North s'te: 'it
8059. Shetland Sheep dogs miniature cation. $10 OOO. Herman Goodwin _
all windows from all Huge
rooms. 20818.DOUBLEDWU.LtNGClose. block Bargain for quIck nil>
I 1100 : :t
collies). Twlnkleland Kennels. regU- APT pnntenti.n.nd-b-.Ui home completely furnished for only I Inc 677 N. Orange: 9855. picture window Corner lot. Riparian In. Brick Owner. 1411 E Amelia
t.r. Route 1. Winter Park. 10.5. Hardwood floors throughout. rights on lake. Bus line. Fine residential SUBURBAN Nice 8-room frame
porter. Mrs. Crow. ext21. and on nIcely bungalowunfurnished.. construction lifetime roof spacious AMELIA AVE W -Close in 50x1 '
I CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES Ready for 461. i I klteh.n. lo.t.d Surrounded district. with White Rd.or.t.d.nd tile baths.
VENETIAN BLINDS EDGEWATER HEIGHTS- Excusv hardwood floors
I
I landscaped lot. 12SOO cash will painted floors rooms Near stores. Sunshine Pare n.
I I Xmas. Pedmrwc> registered. Rea- APT ORSMALLHOUSECOUPle 104 by fine homes and located in one Bros.. Re.lon; Mills S. s.nd.d Flr.pl. Each apartment completely furnished. East aide-66x: '3
: Clyde Broker Large rooms. For only $7250: landscaped: $1OSO.
Any size Three day delivery Made son.bl. Dorothy Klbbe. Casselberry. "Exp.ctng" Own ou b,1' h.ldl. McK.nzl. j of Orlando's most exciusleresidenhal 2-1683 10 Modern kitchen equipment. Lane shade
Jan. Central Ave.; 2-4775. i -- cash b.l.nc.16O month. Call I. Corner lake view, paved s--f-
.t by 1s. sections is this modern 2-story with citrus. For a
Pfe plot of round $850. Many rr.orr
appointment: or walks both ways
CHARLES. 1R02 EdU..t Drive. COCKER PUPPIES-'- n..r Winter P.rl. Limit IS. Bal I I cement brick home with 3 bedrooms LAKE EOLA SECTION blocks from Wyan Smith. K.thnl: T.m.s. Con real home plus Income investigate Loren Dunn. Broker 6 N. Brawn
Phone 2-O455 'I Males. $30. females. -RfI51.rd' : or ph. 9151. Winter P.rk i I and 2 b.th. Oak fors furnace. 2- lake Eola. 2 blocks from school and cord. 23 this. M. S. Vergowe. Realtor. 29 2-1269.

Ave Winter Park. HOUSE unfurnished 3 bedrooms. For 1 car . lot. stores. 3 large bedrooms large living East Church St _Phone 7833.DOCTOR'S .
Pb.l permanent residents. J. Owner has town we h.v. the room dining room modern kitchen.trsraie. This deluxe three- BEVERLY SHORES-100 ft. Io sit2
CANARIES Sinning C. A Beauti I.f SUBURBAN Large well built frame HOME- beautiful homes in 'his txr'.u-'r
SECTION -
CLEANER Perfect -T-konl. Ferguson 9752. CLSULTO key. $23.500. ters. W. B. Nicholson. Price $13000 with terms. E. two-bath house with
VAC condi- 1606 E. of 3 house on spacious shady corner. bedroom residential section $2800. We ra.Fother
Ver r.a.be. 31 East Par Central.DOGS I MUST MOVE by Jan. 1 need furnished fu 2 lovely .large bunulo.porches at- Realtor 1 8. Main; 2-1619. S Bur.t. Broker. 37 S. 1.ln. Phone L.ra. room' living room has fireplace more and bigger closets than s Xmas choice lots in Copeland Pat

AvenueWAGONS !, apt. or house Permanent couple. broD 2-33 tree ha lights is beautifully built and !"-
; : furnished with hot : bay .Indo. 2 good bedrooms Lace Davis section EdgewaHelghts
CAT BARDESpc.1 16 old baby. .a.. EAST SIDE-Two bargains 4-room and roomy and conveniently
Limit $6O spacious
Tricycles. Irish MaUs. month Landscaped plot nook. The house fur- Cavenaufh. Realtors. Wi..1-
care boul dO. .. Span Phone ..te r.dl.tor. and bath bungalows G scares. Nice br.akat I located for the doctor or businessman
scooterdo! s. dump trucks. Wyc- tel at stud. 21 S Bumby; 1 with variety and ornam.nt.l. LAKE FRONT of Copeland h.d. 2-.r lar.I.. fri trees.city Memo Ington Arcade Phone 430 .
2-378 lots with and fruit $MXX> for O" needs to be near Orange
:v>4 Kuhl WANTED'TO RENT-Furnished small Price $15.700 furnished or I. sh.d. Park's fine 2-story water and on the who lots --
LOVE blu. 52.00 I.. Price 23.OOO.. Can BEVERLY SHORES -Large
$5750
kIU"J" one. for the other Coil Mr. rial Hospital.
HEATERS Elec'ric 6' to I .BIR Ir.lr.1 each. apartment house. or housekeepingrooms unfurnished; about 'j .sl. real McCurdy with Gordon-Beck. Brokers. home with 4 bedrooms and den 2b.th. 1 bus line. Price 585. Attractive Miss PIck with O'Harra-Moore. 20836. available at reasonable prices =

66 hat round 40" gal table I IWesftnthi.ust. Mrs. E H. 173 OtovinAve. for 3 adults for short pro opportunity Trade "Ith Swald. 34Q N 31676.ESTEGUETHOIEHer'. laree tiled screened porch. 2- terms to right p.r. ,, Fran- I lret your nomesite now Phone 2-01- <
tO : 109 E. F! e.DOUBLE
Gas. city and .. SVinter f.nn :81-R. starting D-c 2 and exceeding hi Louis Ge.s. Realtor. 143 N. M.U. Or.n. Iar."e. Well furnished Built in ,!:i II el Realtor 4. Central Ar- _ _ Walter W. Rose Investment Co 49

20 and 10.a Walter J Wilcox.btt. ._ lotCall_ _6638 9756 2-164 a 1939. Nicely landscaped lot. 128.0.i I c.d. 74(7SOUEA LAKEVIEW you want N. Orange Ave. Orwm Manor o.'T-: ..
ice and Since 1936. Most: MACROSS KENNELS Dogs boarded CHERRY ROBERTSON-of terms. W. B. Nicholson. R..ltr. 1 Lovely bedroom some of the charm of the Old i 3356 N Orange Ave
Sal. _ _ _
for Your "T. .nan.s. paraket goldfish, teWu home in a good only 2 blocks S. Main: 2-1619. South and some of the space of the I
Money Robinson Incton Senators desires 1..t.n : : well I furnished.venetian !
A.au. fr.m. BELGRADE FL--SO 110 ft
b.th x --ar
hamsters for rDt this four-bedroom.
from the Old Plantation see
sl. Ph 2-246. BU house for the ,' stay of' CLOSE IN-4 nice homes; 3 City price $14.- heat Citrus all :
BlKES0L Crossley. Naton.l bdroms. 000. Rex-McGUl. 128 N. or- blnd. 2'i-bath house with its wide over I bus line paved street; convenences -
"
_ _ _ _
to April: 2 baths each. cut R..lor. System. 628 E.
WHIZZES manu !I Snnl trltni. Prc ange. Phone LAKE LANCASTER-Lovely 11.0. t.rm. W.1 hanging roof and tile floor porch : Owner 1409 Belgrade
old Owner di. Bills Radio. 417;r PUPPIES will hold-Terrier for Xmas.breed 173O: $5 each: ltb Ineluslv MichiganAie Myatt. with VV niter 817 .
W C."trl. 2-79. Winter Park cont..t Go. 3143.SAL Bas. Or.nle. furnished apartment in rear. Beautiful j-RPARK-In finest 1 locationflat palms on a terraced lot measuring sidewalk sewer paved 12OO bk

BOARDS-', fTRNIS house for set COLLEGE PARK-2-bedroom. frame; lane corner. 3 lots Price 118.0 spacious home almost an acre of ground. There Harvard $12OO Hastings. Rea. ar
\ALL 8 and 10. W.te Uln, TROPICAL FISH 3-y r.t s food: mlddl.- couple Permanent attached garage: air conditioned: 2yearsold3tt4EHarvard EAST SIDE-Owner leaving town after Geo. H. Klttredge. Realtor. on 2 acres of Ior.ousl. landscaped are two bedrooms and a bath downstairs 82i3 ECentral 'Arcadei: 4237HdME

board. at Mills Nebraska 5 c.n$1 00 98 and Ph 2-1377 daytime or 3284 I I Ay 2-0346. 10 years 0"n.rb1p. Clean 3 211. rounds. 4 bdroms. with tIle two bedrooms and bath up _
AV.I.b $3 98 Younc Gouramies. 3 for $1 00 aster 6 m. bedroom bun".lo. I.rg. roms. bath. many f..turn: servanta' stairs. Oak floors down pine up. I ACRES-Buy and build Rr
WASHING MACHINE-Thor ringer;: C Bell. 1126 Nebraska. 2-6193 I ;i CLOSE IN-S-room house partly fur- dar closets fr.pl.c. hardwood floors. garage-apartment.atra Best buy in Handsome modern kitchen Lake- high lots. Only 300. See th m

super agitator washer equipped I TROPICAL AND Gold fish Aquariums 51. Houses .or Sale Harwood.COLONIALTOWN nished.. Magnolia Realty Co.. 310 Variety of Excellent value. LANCASTER-LAKE FRONT y.ar. owner I..vln. ImP today. view front and rear. You really Kimber. 941 Orlando Aye (Underpaaa -

with famnut Thor triple-duty .I.ctrlc: fish bowls air h eaters. Angel $8500 Exclusive. Hastings. Realtor. LK Dial 2-4S51. Albert .. cant go wrong on this at $22 SOO.GI : RdKALEY > _ _ _
rinse 9 Ib capacity high speed nor I fish. 3 for pump.. Neon Tetras ALTAMONTE SPRINGS Forrest Ave SECTION-New, 2- 62'a E. Central (Arcade). 4237. i 2-story. 4-bedroom masonry PARK-New 2-bedroom con Call Cot McKee wlvh 0 BarraMoore.t836. SCHOOL SECTION $350

clogging motor driven pump. runt I Catfish $1 Harry Cost.r.: 138 Ridge- M.sonr construction. 3-bedroom. bedroom. concrete block home. I' constructed home with 85 Wl block Breezeway. garage. 109 5. FIre._ _ _ _ t each Utilities available Comer

only when required Price $129 50 wood DrDt.r Park. H'.CIlus hom. lmm.dt.t. possession. Steel casement windows tile sills water front. Earepton.u large living Large rrte alr :. cross ventilation. $600. CIVILIAN $1500-New 2 Worchester and Cloverlawn Pb V337
Walter J Wi.coi. Service and Sale:I full tiled bath rom
Winter Part and shower Price FAIRVILLA and two tiled I
8-8 1 mile west. 5-room roms living room with dining corner bedroom borne. 2 screened
61 ter. $7SOO Large masonry LOTS LOTS LOTS Dnbsdread
since Po-t 1936 OKice.WELLS .E Rbm.n. acrO 41. Poultry and Supplies T.rs. Jamerson Phone A. T.and"Bust.r" 10u. new 2 acres land on hard baths .Ful. equipped with Venetian Newly furnished including complete porcheS aluminum casement win- Country Club Section-Golf view.

fr"P Cart.r. 3162.. C.re. r.ad. "P well with electric pump. blinds .nlgs. Excellent furniture YouAgston kitchen. 7-ft Kel- i dqws'. paving sewerage Price $7850. Lots are as low as $495.

PUMP. Water S..tem-" I I TURKEYS-AU sizes Fresh dressedoven ALTAMONTE SPRINGS... I 1 laln. 102 r..dlront cheap. J. J. Moore. Price.$24 000 furnished. $22.000unfurnished. v.na'or automatic water heater gas i iranee. i i59S Wilbur Strickland. Broker. 23 W. Winter Park--(Lake Know'es-Templj

CQMPlet. payments Fla Pip t ready. .- Tnrkevranch. COLLEGE PARK-Furnished 5-room FAIRBANKS AVE.-Frame bungalow: Excusive. Call Cot On large lot. nicely landscaped. Church: 675. Dr. Section) Lots are as low as
Supt'lj) Co 630 W Church: 6118 Ph 6913 Interlaken Rd Beautiful corner. 103 ft. 2-tn bungalow of cypress construction. 2 bedrooms, sleeping fire Rolden with Possession la 5 days. S $235.
WILLIAMS. Realtor. 21 W.
WATEtt HEATES--We-b'-t LOWESTPRICES in Central P1*. N frame dwelling b.drom. I I Sleeping ing prch. large kitchen living and din place. garage workshop.porch b..nn. MART St. Phone 8106. . 1810 Miller. Lake Front-Close in. The price U
furnace. i
'ece ,< H wks Modern 125 equipped I rm. Ne. appl.nc.s fruit trees Immediate Four-bedroom QUALITY only $1.050. The size of the lot U50x142
spm Rrds. 6 old 40 8 wks kitchen. j t and washing machine I possion. WE-SIE hou.lurf. A ROUSE OF
tnq .'i lined: ..t.r bearers Atm I old. S 60. straight run Will make For C.rea: !; Johnson. Realtor. 140 N. Orange: S75OO. cah C. P. Sbum.a:. Ra Most cn..n.nt for
up,:' t' h eatcrsu p to 8O 1.nd.P grounds with tor !40 1 Paved streets bus service. lights
I.no plnt ct- side plus Interesting and
fry.r in a few days Lke'O the 8612. "Specialixtng in Homes". Or.n. 2-328. : pple aslatflb tbl .et 3 bedrooms many
Bum) Hardware. 102 W. Curh Chick Co '. ml Exc.n.nt elevation lak HARRISON SF.-Nearstoreo, schools LAKE MtW Modern 3-room home: ttresal. a features that make for Florida living water Terms 1-3 cash balance
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SYSTEM.plet stock Wos:a-H H-wa! 17-92 view, u:, WAT S 400 down bun lIsts 2 bedroom Broker. Orlo V.sta Boland. Inc .
.. Hi. .F '." Du'ch Colonial of cypress constmcIE 0' r CaU 0 Han.-More. Ratrs. 3036 It Location and construction are Carrigan Owners
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Ua i' i CV W r \. mr"Tnent for Rent \ R ttt T:' .. < I ,.-atet! an a 100x150 1' Jot 0":" 10 E Pine op--otrb Brand new See Sterling Carrigan Sdf: s'ys N. Orange;

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rishsra 3i t bait2 a a ARE ORMA nooN PARK .498 Michigan tat f Pb 2-4551
WASHING MAC:' I ( : ; \.I.'R
ate delivery St,':i .-"mr v; JI1D AVE 'U. i I 'n toJ ':1.< -.n.natl, :1 .5:5.. imrtf J-drm"-- SORDON BECK BROKERS 340 N LAKE FRONT '-OTS-ir Ini.eiiai.-a
V J A R ,
and Servic Company i Or 'S ed apartment I JI ) 1 if iL. lat m. j. uualk Johnson R..' ,- ."'klt5ut .. age Furnished flectri kitchen br tRans. Ave phone 5-1676 Unnuxle.con.e- 'n-es R*
sass Avenue. Phone NoU. Ctuities included. Adult J ', E I T.- S--in Broke 1204 E u. lit N Or.n. 6612 'Specialis aRt .alan_ _'as, 0 C Stewart owner :lose to chopping and bus r'nrt.d Kydegrer In"e '">.nt Co.
-: onial 4-3502 tug 1 Realtor 9788-8033 Immediate possession. $5300. 1 508 E. Colonial or dial 8065

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54. Lots for Sale 1 I 56. Business Property for Sale'' 60. Business Opportunities I'II 60.:_ Business Opportunities Mister Breger '5. Tsed Autos for Sale 76. Trailers Trucks for .


LAD FRONT LOTS-Lake Iranhoe. LUCERNE' SECON-Atractv 2- :BUSINESS LISTINGS NEEDED--See i FOR BUSINESS OPPRTNS I CHEVROLET Sedan Really clean. 1 FORD-1938 : Bargain
: j
beautiful restricted lak. front 100 story sld cntrcton. delightful Harlow Q. Fredrick. "Business I Iudquare !: large or small H.rp.r Hog klllin-good motor Looks and $445. Holler p.r.Chevrolet Co 115

frontage. 12S Jt. deep. A buy 4' b.tba oil : ." 118_N. Orange. with Asher Peter. Realtor 12 8 drives nice S295 Also couple for S195. I IJ Central. Ph. 24441

I$7.500. beat. Completely furnished. Large lot. '' Main. 2-O786- I II R. "Homefoiks" new locaion. _
AND PACKAGE STORE Well Smtb.
BAR
tk* Eo-O'erIooktu( on. of Orlando's i Money maker. 130,0. terms. WeltSystem. atoo6. 333 N Main. 'FERA1939 I'j-ton chassis
most lakes, 104* 628 E. : | e.t.blh.d. Proven money maker. HAVE A BUSINESS that a couple' !lon and $
140 ft. 110.500. balUu I' I hcrn.furniture fixtures and or family of 3 or 4 could certainly :DE-J31. good running condl1 1 Holler Chevrolet Co.. 115 tie. l si
Beautiful peninsula MOTOR COURT-Main Highway. 9 fine stock liquor. All for 110.0 handle profitably and does not require I clean. S250 8-8561. 1 Ph.
Lancaster- ton.
Labs 460 Into the lake. 20O I>' units .pactu. owner borne lake plus Inventory. Information at more than $5500 cash. Present Park Ph 244.FORDIJ. : 4|

running n riparian rights.ideal I front, plenty of room for expansion.Net only- James J. Hackett. Realtor 1317Sligh owner is making money and the field 1'i ;o truck good ; '

ft. frontage.bomeslte.P I profit so far this year 160. Blvd.. Opposite ACLRR Depot for expansion is unlimited. On account / DDE1936 4-or ..d.n Excep A Chapman I

Price $22500-AttractIve terms. . I of sickness owner has to I / tires. Goodranspsrtation Rt 1 Orlando.
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ill of abY properties most b BOYS-White. 14 to 15 years old. for re o.n.
t. 37 Main. Phone' $495. Roller
Broker. tire. Dial 3-1622. A T Carter. Jamer-
If I S Ceno
you
seen app.dat.d. Bur.t\ Morning Sentinel routes. Apply 'HOUSE
paper TRAILER
son and Carter. Realtors. 12 S. Main. I I .et c 115 W. Central. Ph 2-4 ; -Large porch.
for Investments pay diTl- 2-303. (
looking Mr Wolfe. Circulation DPt.. Sen Sleeps or 8. mast i .1
''aSd or choice Iskefront propertirs OPEN FOR INSPECTION Sunday. 2 tinel office afternoons 3 to . j WOULD YOU LIKE to bun your own I DESOTO 194 Custom club coupe. ( (uip. I offer refused.
rub
H. Packard Realtor. 45 W. !>I to 5. Investment house-SOS 5 jI I business9 Grocery frozen :: ; Rar.c. h.ater Lake brand new) space. aHOUSE
C.ntrl: 6461. *' this Sunday Venetian blinds restaurant. r :I Tem' *o 24 R S. Evans.
'''Summerln S a modest afpr.'noo CASSELBERRY BEAUTY SHOP- wear gift shop drug store, Bh4321: or m.h. TRAILER; 18 ft.
ORANGE AVE.. in Orwln Manor Just I. Jwt 3 ,, : I
telephone -
but let Mr. On Completely equipped. Plea park hotel apartment able. Whipple. W
North of Westchester Street. Price hou. Winter Park building. See for choice. Investments 1 I DODGE 1939_clab coup. Radio Trailer .oh
us your -
how make
$1100. Anxious to selL See sign. C. R. you can you money. ; j jI i -\ rmirh Hurry ( . fv.na Prk.

Imerlck. Resltor.610N. Orsnge734s.ORLO ; I I Price 1650 furnished. After Sunday I Georgia von from 15. to .: p..o! 4321 or 4771. I HOUSE TU 1946 3
O'H.ra-Mor. 2-836 109 CUSTOM MANUFACTURING AND I 11.0.0'1 sleet .
VISTA-2 adjoining high and .I E. Pine. I Prk.
Jobbing Shop. Grossed $ .220 Income rtah. Pa. 9201. Cheney
dry 10x12 r More in. Electric i I 61. Bank S '
m in last 6 months. Businesscomplete Lan ( stte .
Model 1929
E A's from
water Uabl'. Ph 7593. priced with machine and FORS8 F
nly $535. tool. DEPOSIT A PART of each dollar you Coupes sedans pickups.f TRAILER-Famished
I BLOSSOM TRAIL S.1685.0 we4ding equipment for $ Located HOE $
ORG vwn good New location
.rut ones i
in First In-
earn a .
t Naton.l sleeps 2. 0
1 in central Florida on the eas\ B.nl -.r' ten right I tell ..
adjoining lots. yon
terest-Bearing before I
.o't
ORW MANOR2 buys 200 feet the high Savi. BbossomTraller Court C W ;
on on U. S. Highway No.1. In .
on Orange coat you spend cent and ji jr-or.K From $185 to J.
5 In each W..tmln.tM sec- I I d a 51-room stucco home r.pl give phone number and addressfor vlde for tomorrows.Inll.. urlt pro R Homefollu". Smith. 333 11.. BOUSE TRAILER Silver Dome I
completely furnished. 2 porches -
gas appointment. Write Box 235
These lots priced at $1050 each S I Reasonable price 1519
ton I fo.
__ sale. Exclusive with klkhen 2 bdrom. Out budlas. Star PEONA-C INSTALLMENT LAS II I Street.
for
Lane Bradfnrd Broker. 1204 E Co- rom CAFE-NIce fature. stock beer license. Compare.I. a.Firt th.Natona Is for FORD 42 Super Deluxe 5pan.e HOUSE iRAtt.ER45 Gilder.

ontat- 2-233. HALL BRO. AGENCY. R..ltr quarer. for couple. $ 100. yon get $ 93Pament. $ 834 ah upe black; with .bl. sld- : like ne Can
TERRACE 112 $2650. Call Bill with H F. I $ you get 12 -ra> OK clean. ..2. f .
PALM -Beautiful building Oran.Av. Te. 15 139Pam.nt. 5 mleaa. seen t 5 p m a: 1444
site; lake view and lake fronts. At Boland. Re.lto. Carrigan Bldg. 672 i $ you get 16 > b lan. te. SO3 W C.ntr.FORD Church 8t._

prices. Tegder. N. Orange; 2-551. |' $ 3OO. you eel 279-Payment! 25 OO 1942 Jeep. condition.
tr.cth. 0-
: N. Orna.Car Dd.o.r. I RAILROAD FRONTAGE I DRIVE IN-Rest.ur.nt. grill and $ 400, ,ou.e 372-Payments 33.34 New paint Quick 7283 aft MOUnt TR.&ILIR-Sparlan like
ft
: C. B. Davis. JO furnish- $ 500. 465-Payments 41.67 er530pm._ _ Priced rt. KovaI.:
Realtor. soda fountain; completely j
ROBINSON ST. commercialgpnint. 18.0. I $10OO. ret 930 Payments 83 34 : Trailer 5.
W.-JU you Pak.
_
165 I Phone 7305. ed. Attractive new building on large FORD 37. sedan: 80 HP.: -
ft.
f. by 112 i lot: main thorofare. Excellent location I Above monthy payments 12 month running cleancar; new o INTERNATIONAL! 1937 1'.
Priced t sell quickly. Mr. I
deep. s 250 P. 4-LNE highway frontage. owner. Box 349 j 15 months are '-'her new Items quirk sale account and Just a good
Harold Shepherd Co. 1 S-ta._ _ _ : chi
Lll. ; .. 3 cotaeea 4 Figures Include life Insurance to pay : $115. ,
Washington St Phone: 5124.BUILDINO :, acres in. all. High. dry. mU. FILLING STATION small store two I[ loan In case of death. The First of Iln.ss. See at 2 E. Amelia 15 W. Central.Hollr. 2-441 Ch..ort

from town. Ideal for service station j jj house. 4 lots sell reason National Bank at Orlando. 4th for FORD COUPE-1946 super deluxe.Reasonablv .
SRIO LAKE SECON-W.. Colo j I tourist etc. Land value increase fam7 quick sale. Owner 1703 Elevator. Hours 9 to 4. Sat. 9 priced to sell Phone INTERNATIONAL wheel 1
0 1 cour. lOt $125. Set W. Long
"
10. Pho. I Owner. !iFORD194
Ga.
opportunity sure St.StCloud. | 2-414.
'
.
Florida.LIBERTY
: LOTS-Select ou home;;'here A good buy at $85OO. terms. FILLINOSTATION-With specialized o2. Loans tp to $300 /-17 1| 2-door sedan. Very clean. :' _

Site now In the attractive Db.I I Hastings Realtor 62' E. Central ,, motor equipment and 2 lift lubritorturns. i i .m for- 59 Felix Wins -'47; Tandem wheel- I

dread Country Club section. .. ,I (Arcade): 4237. This property located in one AUTO. Furniture. Diamond L.n Standard Blossom slightly used: oritina! cost
all Close in bug and 1 i Economy Finance "Gee Mr Cole I hOI hand heals at Or.n.. Ins Trail-True T.ne dolly $
.i. achol | 57. Estate of the most active sections of Orlando sure pe your pretty Tr.1
Priced Cash orter. Real Exchanged_ Burger. Manager. 1006 Metcalf Bldg. .11 sacrifice terms
has always done an exceptionally ,
and FORD- 41 Super Deluxe sedan: A-I ,
Ph. 2-0339 by appointment. 628
.an. Br. 235 N. Main: 7559 fine business owner retiring j I son .! condition heater Call !I .p P
{ HOUSE for cottage or good t I : rdo. : $1195. .
5-RoM _ _
off $4O because of ill health. I ItSOOO | Groveland Fa.t'Clg39 -
: mortgage pays per
_ _ _
WINTER PARK LAKE FRONTS. j I will business stock. i CASH LOANS-For most any personal lH -ton chassis
: Morgan owner 53 West Church purcb.s 65. Help_ Wanted-Male 70. Work Wanted-:Male FORD-194 lease. If business at AcCeptance |
i equipment and long term ; or purposes 1
We have sites on desired owners ill also sell stationbuildings t Corporation in Orlando as new. Will sell 'the money { quick sale $645. Chevrolet
(1 ; BODY PAINTER First H.le
buUdlnl AUTO class rAN
bautiu AND wants fishing Felix Wino
Lake laU.nd more on : FOR EXCHANGE FOR KEY WEST on corner lot. 55x110 ft., for i' with home office at 480 N Orange Orlando Auto Body Works. 1336 '" m.n.: .\F 351 6-Star. camp Blossom Trail Standard at Washington Motors. Or.na CentraL Ph 2-44
this t had. make your se- ; property. We have a well built $28.000. Convenient terms can be arranged -' Avenue. Phone 7136. Same service < West Washington Street PICK-UP TRUCK-New

ection .and build later. i i seven room frame one story houseon Exclusive with Lane at offices In Cocoa. Winter Haven 21. and Centre FORD-1937 "nP. This car t as 1 ton. factory perfect In
'I .tKdAyH with 2'j acres of excel- !i il'rnal ford. 1204 E. Colonial; 2-O233. Brad'I'I and St. Cloud. I i iBOKKEEPERMust Airplane alt! clean as a paint 40.- '43 model.48 tag. Sell on enO ct
112 built of A-l ma- < 000 miles New side wall tires.
HALL BROS .hit. cash only Box 315
AGEC-Rralora GROVE. 4 acres. 305 seedling TWIN ENGINE casing on Grumman __
N Orange A.. Tel i I and has large sunny rooms. fi-room house. Estimate 2.000 boxesfruit. CASH LOANS-Quickly made on furniture be experienced 'I WldlPon. l.nd. sea and Instruments. upholEt.r good be seen at 2993 PONTIAC-1941 8t.r .

I I would make excellent tourist Direct-by-mall express business i autos and diamond!. Orlan- Vrteran's Orlando Aviation _ _ Clean throughout $1095 N
I|i I home and roadside business. Bus i I' goes with the grove. $9.975 'I: dos own Home Finance Co.. 314 lions p.rol. expected.itate qu.lfl.a-- Country trallt Wme Park 863- FORD 1939 2-door. New paint. Motor Sales. 1011 N Orange
stops at door. What have you? Call Mftcait Bldg. Dial good nice A good buy.
WINTER finest residential Phone Casselberry. 2-2221. i i'
2-304. tr. drn.
PAK'S Dhu MacDonald O H.ra-More. Realtors. 2-0836.- 109 II i iI ',I written first letter of application. VETERANS FLIGHT TRAINING for Jim .7 ccelgan U..d Cars. 6OO W. Central SCHTJLT-1945 model. ] T
QUICK CASH LOANS Furniture. Box 338. S-Star. I
Park at Fark and Palmer I IE Pne. Ii I MARKI| private. commercial. Instructorniulltenvtoe i; Phone 3-1946 Price .
Ave GROCERY AND MEAT note and auto loans. 2-hour serv- i w I'ta"I Orange i
cues. David Andr.. Realor. Wi- No. Orange Ave. Ice. Family Loan Co.. 501 Florida I I ratings On-the-job me- FORD-1941 business '
ter; Pak. Exclusive alentFR i i 57-1. Beach PropertyLET I ness that will pay out in- approximately Bank Bldg.. R. W. CaUls. manager j cbanic trainnti Ryan FI.ld. Apopka. mecahnlcal cditn.CJ. G om Tr.1 Wahllton. I

Mantle Williams. Phone 2-1661. and tires quick sale. SP4RTAN-The latest goat .
SALE by owner lot 3 at approxl ME SHOW YOU how an In.t Realtor.one 21 W.year.Washington. Phone BOYS-White. 14 to 15 Tears .:d fcr 7?. Autos-Trucks for Rent JIm Jernigan Used Cars. 600 W. Central Frank Reed Trailer Sales. :
1132 Guernsey NeYl7 ment of $1700 and $10 MONEY FOR EMERGENCIES It Momlnl Sentinel paper routes. Ap Orange Blossom Trail.
built UP section. Bargain. W. D. duplex at Cocoa Beach should afford 810 i I! takes Just a short time to get cash pl Wolfe. Circulation D VARXER it I SPARTAN ,

Ferris._P. O. Box 716 Atlanta. Ga. I I you a furnished home for life. Pulslpher. i | here Florida Credit. 21 W. Pine. 1stStairway Sentinel off e. afternoons 3 to 5 p 'ii.I yourself low U-DRIE.I-Dnv lfTJt'NON-1942 "Sup-ii' convertible - Completely
Realtor. Cocoa Beach !! GROCERY AND MEAT-Clean stock j east of Grand Tbe.trr.NO I D. Varner :Inc. 234 W Motor in eO"ondilo. Ph. I Frank Reed Trailer S.l. 21
BY OWNER-Two Iota on Indian --- - DRIVERS WANTED between of U-Drle-I. between 10 Orange Blossom Trail
I -I nice Best of location. For i ages Central A\e. 2-231 a m
River Drive In Cbarleton Ter.ce.Cooa. j WATCH COCOA BEACH-Opening I sale or b',: :for Detroit property. I I 25 to 40. Most b* : ", it T "Original I SPARTA the new 1943"

Florida. 130x170 ft. Box 3: season with offering 3-bedroom 432 E. Miler.GOERYAND _ _ _ TO SHOP Orlando for I months. .entfa" HERTZ DRIV-UR-5ELP- SYST. c19ncuP leather '' Trailer Sales

8tar. house. 1 block from beach. 18.0 MEAT; good locatIon; NEE : knowledge of city afreets. Yelo.> Trucks and passenger .ntb Radio heater overdrive O'D.Blossom Trail
I furnished. SI.TOO down Cab Co 45 W. Washington.OPOVE hour. day orwee k. Low ratea. 375 Int.a. .
An SUPERIOR
: one owner. exreption $1195. 1947 Special
; 24312.GROCERY around if want extra extra
55. Property for Sale Pulcipner. Realtor. Beach. I you cash N Orange phone 2-4064. R a 2-fr
Country Coo.
rnt. fast for seasonal needs I'm MAN Experienced white : Ecans. phone 4321 pr477J 17 Frank

BEAR LAKE-Mew frame bungalow 58. Real Wanted ton. "EA5--FING, Sta Sold On You I'm called the "YesMan' Must operate tr. tr. Small hol JIM CU11BIE U-DRIVE IT '4 MERCURY 1939 5-pmssenier club 21 One.Blossom Trail

two bath living room E.tatt 87 corner lot at mt.rscUont"o' b.us 4 out of S who ask available. D Hitter. S. model cars and trucks By da coupe. Radio. .finish immaculate SPARTANWItII the full sized

kitchen roma attached ACREAGE. BUNGALOWS or of Orlando's better streets. Gro- me get of $25 to $300 or more week or month Competitive rates. interior perfect merhtnically Frank Reed Trailer Sales. 21

t garage screened breze.a7.front porch. small. Lakefronts in . lar.Wnt. es $1.00O per week. $8OOO down-bal.IHO en salary car or furiur. C.m ICE Ice PLANT AOR-Orlasso 904_N. Ormnse dial 2-4521. ___ A buy at S995. R S. Evans phone Orange Blossom Trail

On lake front lot. 80 ft. on lake wire or call T K. HatIKS. Realtor. easy terms. Call Mr. Klutz with in ta 01" Shone SmItYa DlnO lc orh OrDaeIce OLIN U-DRIVE INC.-New cars 4321 or 4T7. THnERNatonal: sleeps 4: .
n.
by 175 It. deep. Sand beach. 6 miles 62 E. Central (Arcade). 3 Etunpson-Staton. Metcal Bldg.. Phone PFR30SAL FINANCE CO.. 24 S. Or- pant. for rent by da I. or month UOTORCCFaoullbn"h{ ; .

front city limits. Electric 11bt pump : 5159 lor _ anee Ave. Stairway next to Federal MECNIC. First-class. See Mr. No red tape 2 :loaton.el 242 N. Pr Moon Trailer Park. Let 50_ _

and water heater. Price 1:700. S3OOO GROCERY StORE and Meat Market. Bakery. A. P. Clark Motors. 889 Orange. Phone 142 N. erasing 55 $155 ,i TRAILERS--See m* new "
cash balance $30 per Inquire APPRAISAL LISTINGS !iI Go locatIn. nice stOK. and fix I R. Orange Ave. Garland. Ph 2-81. :: ,: Ja D I 1 tandem with plastic sides Also !j I
,, WANE 2-31.
James A. NeaL west side of Bear Lnl I.as A real business W Central. __ tlonml liberty Stresmllte "M" -

Lake. O.ner.CURY I i Appraisal by Certified Appraiser. List for 5b.O. W. K. Price Real I 73. Auto Service at Young's Trailer Sale. Orange

HOME Nice lawn and I with an old established competent Estate. Orange Ave. Phone CASH PLUETop talary. plenty of : MODEL A FORDS Cctpes ".D soul Trail at Amelia Phone -

bearing fruit trees. Fur courl.ou firm. 6385._ WAS I. "en lboI. Libby &Freeman. AUTO BRAKE JOBS and wheel !I panels Did yon ever rid a bCycl' TRAILERS-Please compare |
.hbs -
I INEWMANHGIS STORAGE. REPAIR 711 I II with a broken chain? .
GAKAGE.
bdrom.. modern equipment Even If you only want a few I alignment 1-day servIce P- low prices with similar good
: 10 acre soil fenced; outbuildings INC.. R..ltora I Filling Station. One of the best you get the finest .service ta.n. i balanced while you wait *C b.l d'in but slow ridtn Well trailer anywhere Don't pay over '

; 19.5. terms. F. A. kiltIon. Washllton 8881- !I filling stations in city. Circumstance vou come to us for a loan. Siatpllicj France & Sons. 1010 W got some food SideS A'. Ha kllltn to $70 per foot We have them as .I

Washington.CLOSEIN necessitates immediate sale at Inven- Strict Free zoid motors $145 to $ J. R.Homefolks" 5' $25 nw foot. Fhult. 20' : |
R.altor. ALIGNMENT
I L.a Meh. Pac SEcOND COOK Good Reliable 'np.to PoP" Smith. N. Main
333 St
ton of is a bargainBee
>
T avelo 18'
$975 LIberty Jr.
eulpment. Thi b : : $1
repairs vesper
acres with Harold Te. A.A steady worker pay. Apply
-
IARMO ACRES homes business and groves. Mr. or Wheler. G Vasaboprt 22' *1 475 dozen
3-bedroom of purchases Summer Set B. Orlando one-slip service at Goodyear's ServIce. a
frame modern residence connDencea condition. Buyers waiting. Courtney Realty. Shepherd Realty Co. 20 I Washington & 'I Are.. Winter Park. 300 N Orante Ave MrRCURY-1942 sedan'coupe: A-1 Oood clean n ocd t-aders are I I

392 N. Orange; dial 2-2471. StGROERY Auto a specialty. CIO ___ rendition: also 1940 deluxe er Wlngert. 3330 S. Orange
Electric pump and telephone; harness 10ln : REPAIRED-We supply all
SERVICE STATION -Cash to : TYPIST-M.le or See Mr. BRAKE t.Cr sedan- clean. Trail ]
room; tool house .lb extra shower. BUNGALOW-Two or three bedrooms. I. I f.l nerds also tires got _ _
Good barn-full ha,. Tractor Winter Park. Box 344. 8-Star. busnes $45.0OO a year. $60 i Cox at County lld. O Do and oil Dixie Sales and SHY Ice. W Bob W.tt. 105 N. : phone TRAILERS-New and used "
and farm equipment. 14 head of f1turs. nice living quater. FAMILY FEtASCE SERV L'c.1 I not telephone.VPHOLSTEP.ERWant. : Sou'h at Boor St 4410 can." "liberty." "Ind'an." I

cattle. 16 acres young grove FARM Northern buyers large ro' stau 28x40 .; .olld 3 W. Ca. a MERCURY- : wond" and 'Southern Bell
par WANTE i first BODY AND P'DER-palr 4stor.e. .
bearing a icuded Fenced I I' and Inquiring dally for make 2 '.: .ot. 21 windows: iI! man at once. RuA Msttresa g: palntmz Estimates gladly given and mn..t. 1999 dealer for Bottle rca equipment |
block: Winter highway;
on :
cross stream businesses homes and a Stroui; 1 I Clay St Winter cessorles 'Coleman' and -
through property. On highway and Realty. 318'a W. Colonial._ O additional lots. 8 lak-front: nany. 1122 W. Church Street. Satisfaction guaranteed D Varner Perk Ph. ;5n_ I' stove perOt: bottles: awnIngs:

aol bus le 4H mUe out. Quick 522.5. or "Il sell grocery stock I 234 \ Central Ave Phone 23153i MtKC'UKY 194 S-paesncer club Sobs., Trailer Pslev. 540 It Se

pason Pice t less Howard than a Jones city FOR IMMEDIATE ATTENTION soc thIs.lb to to appreciate- le.s its value.for 87.OOO.Hiley'sGrocery. see SEE AETNA. FOB XMA3 CASH- WELL DRRfrn--cl-e. fully 4. 'tUio's- arduifry Wanted couoe Low mileage prP rondltlo BInoori Trail Phone 2-2S05 in-

hOU tr1. \ I| result List your property with Orlo Vista. Fla.OHOCERY throughout A 199 ZT'IMEP-A.fl aluminum 27 It.
Broker. 132 5.Main _ _
1 Williams. Realtor. 21 W $5O- $75- 110 or more. Get money etPrlned. I. fa format.D. G R S Evurts. phone 4321 o 471 dens Sleeps 4 or 6 persons. -

: phone 691. Washington. Phone 8106. Wlt"lYI.. qu.rter promptly your .1.n.tlr or car Lbb & AUTOS WANTED-I'll Buy earl MOTO est trailer bar in America
COUNTRY HOME and poultry or i I Very good Incm.. 110.5 including No worthy person refused Friendly 711 W. Church. Felix Wmn. Standard tha, Or- 61 (-H.rl.-nvld..: "as. O M Frirtdalre Trade or |

rabbit farm Twelve miles east HOMES. -- building stock furnlur. Tem. private service Convenient term to I sore Blossom Trail at Washington 2-2527 .tc.nent condlto i South Florida tHxtribntor. Frank

from center of town t a new modern I Contact GROVE.. BUSINEE. 41 Chenault &.ennIIa Ic. .. fit your income. 3-i793. I Tracer Bales. 201 N. Orange '
Dayl. NASH iqrts sedan Pxcvllent I
bungalow beautifully with 672 N.
Look at
furished Borrow more on your car. WELL DRILLER 4-d. Trail
730S.
W. Washington : WANEDAI vet ." I" R. S
20 of land '
acres pultn'and HIGHWAY LUNCH STAND- Beer current 38 for 13.
I th.s v.lu.s. C.r maTi
ca .r.n on-theJb tralD. WANTED Any
Evans
rabbit phone 4321 4771OLDSSIOPTLE27
raising. G bWtrs I etc Owner transfer $40O- 39 Cars Cars $85O- 7067 5 AUTO o Sr
pm
j !cens. .i 16-4 1 More cash quicker WykyiylMotors.
opportunity faer at HOUSES WANTED-.We have prospects bt Dodel
115.0 for $7OO. believe it not! Thisis 41 Cars $ 81.150-46 good :
Ir.s 1947 CHEVROLET
Morskl with for 2. 3 and 4-bedroom hornet 751 N t. 8647'N.
M. O'Hara-More I an excellent opportunity for some Cars 115.I YOUNG MAN-Mechanically inclinedto MU. 2-214 _$J50 _820 22nd StOtDSSlOPm.E4o _ :
10 z Pine. In ao locations. Call W. B. Nich one. as advertised nothing o.e on your car now. you tram for service work. Must be AUTOS WANTED Any t. any t-

COUNTRY HOM sale. 4 bdom i Realtr. 2-1619. I S. Main St. more Exact. See Wm Mathewi with can get a 2nd Mortgage Auto Loan high shol graduate single between mo.1 any year. Name : blackradio"fl. doer: clean.fetlent sedan . Convertible Coxipe '

2 b.t frlL 8 J Daniel Kolar. Realtor. 206 6. Main v-ithout refinancing (tLan limited 20 25 years of age. The National it. K. and W Motora cor.Garland 183 6woope Ave than wholesale.
:
to. : posses-i i GROVESiiOictESBUSINESSES145tyour Ph. 238.UGHYHAUL"G to 130'Fast Cash Relle Company. 308 N. l.I and Amelia. 2-529 ___ Winter .ndllo

.100 18.5 Principals only. Box property with aggressive Real and -package service- Call first then bt AUTOS WAN -"48 models needed $2005.
112 tors. Chenault & Jennings. Inc.. 672N. '46 Dodge de stop by to pick up monT Open We pay up $5 OOO for right carJack OrnSMOPHF-1941 4-door Mar
Phone 34.USTlSGS h.en srrlce. Incudll bd. bales Help Wanted Good rubber runs HARLEY
COUNTRY PROPERTY "Since Orange_ v_ truck. Call 2-680. _ _ tvenmas by appointment Phone 5182 Martin s Used Cars. 777 N down balance 15 Y. Jim Jerwt-
1916." Ask Asher Aetna Finance Co S. Oranlr.J. Orange. 8409. 615 N Orange Dial
Peter. Realtor. WANTED-Clients waiting. tuncn counter 31 _ ran Used 600 Central. '
do
MW55TMUand C.r
"He. probably knows." 12 8. Main.FLORIST'S E, P. Slayton Realtor. 32 E Pine . Win sell ENERGETIC LIVE WIRE Appliance AUTOS WANTED -Will pay highest 319. I

PARADISE Five-acre St.. phone_ 6651. ness .lon.Io with building. Tenl sai..lan between 25 and 3 years earn price fo your car. Olios Inc
country place In Semlnole'a richest can V/n'.e Box 15 Loans I| of age Will have wonderful:opportunity 142 N Oariand. 2-4347 or 242 N. Or- OOSMOBIl117 convertible

soil section with two acre.u -lrrI.ton LISTINGS rentals. Let WANTED-lOonies.us help you Irovea Cloud. Fla.ORANGE : __ __ \ortaaat 1 with distributor handling Nationally ange. 2-4814. _ _ _ _ _ motor Catis. R S Evans a brand phone_

handsme fruit trees, :.I property Hall Bros. Agency..112 N. < ROVE AND RANCH LOANS-Interest ,, known lines Must be available dARNER. Inc wants to buy your '1 or 4771 STREAMLINE
ad fruits sheds and tool by Feb 1st. all truck will : -
oter rom dial 5189. as low 4"---20 years to pay State qualifications auto or and pay top
well handsome Orange _ a Cit 1941 "* -rfoor
lawn and AVE RESTAURANT Net --no fees prompt service. Rex-Mc- in letter of application. Box prices Immediately.: D Varrr. Inc. MOPJ 1: i"
shrubbery three-bedroom attractive LOTS WANTED for duplex and 1- ting better than $100 per week. Percentage Gill. Realtors. 128 N Orange 314. SSt.r.SALESliD. Studebaker Sales and S rcsice. 234 W F. clean Wlnn C. 0IR9 AND IAUM3RT
home bulb pl.nt already and family homes. Close in. east side- lease. Unusually good opportunity Central Ave Phone 2-3153 .'axdard Motor Orange Blossom

soon ready market. Price Hurry please! C. W. tvalters. Real- .for only $45OO. See Mark with Trail at Washington! 1 DAY SERVICE
National FILLET INC. will buy sell
terms. Call Dana Humpl.r.lb LOANS on all types of property: long fmncal-- }IOTOR
12.50 tor. Orange; Louis Realtor. 143 N. : 6" 2-door
.. j 6EN 59- Orsn. 1.m or short terms: low rate. Immediate offers or trde car for the high r"TAC-f941.. sda.
2-86 10 E' part or full pleasant work dollar. at W. Central or a
Pn. -North of 2-164. service. Harlow G. Fredrick. 118 tie 1 5. 11 20 ene
LT acton car Price Felix Standard .5
LAKE FRONT-Desirable home sites to.o Suitable for duplex neatnirtlons I N Orange Ave. Phone 8188. i 1 I Orlando and adjacent to.o. See Phone 546.FRANK _ _ _ _ Motors s95. Blossom at pproved"SANITONE"
in Maitland on large lake of record and city soning. Mr. Petn. Man."r. 10 a m.- m RFE really knows how to Tr.J
near I Wa'hlnlm
423
.
school. Lots at $1.5OO and up. C. H.Cubbedge. I P. 0.:Box_2949 ___ ORANGE CITY-Sundry 6-room store.house Doing and MORTGAGE LOANS on residentialand 2-4406. Rom 2 Pb. .e dola for your ear PONTIAC-l940 station -wagon.: Just
phone Winter Park 2-2421 LISTINGS WANTED-We have the ao buslrs. bnsmes properties in Orlandoand or .ulty. Cash minute. Why
buyers if have the property. Sicknes reason for selling. Winter Park. Low rates We are in high-class e em away. Give us a e the fr o d.ly.r car yon arelookIng METHOD !
POULTRY I you neof.
FARM-40 acres land. 3 H Fla. Inters $745 Co..
0 Sundry Orange
201 N Orange Blossom Tr. 7883.
bedroom home. garage and workshop Tall A. T. C.rle. 3-1622 Jamerson & Stor. Ct Bettes Inv..tm.nt Co. Washington i salesmen rpprPpntu : 11.9 W Hol.r. Murle #
Central.
broiler plant 500-hen laying : and Carter. RSTAURANT-- in. business St. Phone 8513 and who are Interested in makinga B. S. EVANS 'VVor7d's Largest Auto 2-41 Pr-ss-ng while you wait
I Gross Income connection with I a company that PLYMOUTH=1941. tor special de-
hou. 5 range houses and runs. $12.I .- II WE HAVE'B'YERS wanting groves Dealer. I only interested In buyIng 234 \V. South Street
$2000 health I is recognized of the luxe. Motor rebuilt new tires very
mo. O.ner' necessitates as one leadersin the Will purchase anyyear
Mowrey homes. ForImmediate REAL ESTATE LOANS Low To
with business and fines.
t.rml. Se property Phone 4468
lr.
Real 30 E. Church sale list with F. A. Allison. sale 1350. Ezcuslve. Cal buy. build or finance CI and tb. industry. Our line offers exceptionally mO.1 and pay an unb.U.y.ble clean Chcney Pv.teb o..d. $975. 435.

8435. "Open Sundays." I Realtor 37 W. Washington. Mrs. Gaffe. Hiton.. Rralor. I:I business property. Trust Dept.. First good opportunities to a t. .pL Call HI"h.a l1taln In FREE PARKING
Robinson: _ National Bank at Orlando. 2nd floor salesman who has an automobile.ambitious. 4321 or 4771 PLYMOUTH-1938 -i
FINE CASTLE 4-room house 10 promise to sell but we :
; WE-ONOT not afraid of work and tood tires I
RESTAURANT- new. .
Air-conditioned Elevator I roy
acres good land. road electricity. to work rat1 capal7f sric. I :
on any
Pave anxious to get ahead. So if .
you .
:
1350. W. McKenney. large or small or other ,I 25. Beer and .Ine l interested in making a connection WANT 100 CARS-Any price any Me.p car. Ed Str
Owner
doing nice
Broker' I euIPp.d. buslnesa make or model. Phone for buyer or .
; 450 Hiway; 2-7144. fairly priced that you list with us WANTED-1st mortgage on income sills a company that has made continuous -
$45OO for quick Owner
1 H F. Boland. Carrigan I lae. property. well $6-300 drive in. Slivers Pontiac. 62 W. Colo- PLYMOUTH -
8 MILES OUT on paved highway. 15 R.alor.. Bldl. 58 W. Church St.RESTAURANT loal.d. payisle progress for 55 "ar. contact nial Phone 2-2310. I anew runs J3 coup. Lk.
672 N. monthly. Ph 3-1644
acres. 24 acres ia citrus balancecleared. 2-551. ourre J. Stanley
APPRAISALS -Act. business In iIORT at San pr.s.ntatyC.1 GET CASH 5 MINUTES Any I Kurrr- $795. R S. Evans phone 4321 POINTER LOST
5 rooms and screened porch FREE home. 2 FIRST GE sale each be..rn the hour
for $6 OOO. I'or 4771
of
1
bungalow chicken house with plentyof I We will give you.acne free center i for 13000 00 61. insured titles of am and : pm. Thursday and make or model StarUna-Aln.nd.
laying bens brooders. AU furnished 1'II charge on the curent market I This Includes kitchen equipment. re I one payable $10OO 00 year one Friday or write the U. O. Colon M.tora 501 N. Orange I PLYMOUTH 1942 convertible club

Including motorized cuiUvatngequipment. of 70u propf>y. No . I II [! frlgerator. dishes silverware t.blea payable! 560 0 year. Johnston Henr. Coirpany Paris. Illinois cosine Original green flnl.h immaculate -
11.500.Gadnn 1 Phone Wm. .Iathe"s with J. etc. Dining room will seat or Real Broke. Ph. 6545. BADLY IN NEED of 1946 and 1947automobiles genuine leather and

Real Etat.. 409 8. Orange: 'Daniel 81. Realtor. _ _ _o. ,, Owner Invited anxious to sell.Bonnett Inspection -, 1 Church St 67. Employment Agencies i j and older c.r. Harley a brand .motor. GoIng faut for ORANGE AND
Phone 2-481. Bonnet& Wedsworth. 615 North Orange Aye. $1295. 1 3 down balance In 15
8LPER ACON--We .at good 145 N Main; I 4% HOME LOANS-Equitable Life R. S. Evans 4321
Telephone 8597. phone or
,
value Phoneus i Assurance Society. Craig Jackson. BROWN S PERSONNEL m.nth.
Bb. .
Property for bale In SEVC .
HUle j ton Noble Smith. Real Estate. SUNDRYgORELated grow- I phone 5714. 609 Fla. Bank Bldg. and Nurses Registry. If < GET TOP CASH PRICE for your car FEMALE

BUILDING OR BUSINESS LOT- 124. 6911. |I I tunity. Sandwiches: off sale beer.PeDrln. -. I i work come to 515 W. Central. II you Turdle.of make or model Used PLYMOUTH Tlreg. motor-and 1932 4-or s.dan

WE HAVE SEVERAL BUYERS forhomes In future want help call 6326 219 W. Washington b .
Have Just INVEST Own
sold client building and Income. Bargaint your your :
.ub.t.nt.1 I condition $295. Can withno
he is in the market for more downtown that can be financed with j ji I t' nl. O.ner leaving for I own home. Consult First Federal 'I St Phone 22882.OSTESOT bough 9 MILES SOUTH
down. R.
property. O. C. Ste.ar. Real- I i low down payments Please call StulI -j i North. Ph. 9400. _ _ Savings and Loan Association of Or- 69. Work Wanted-Female : CASH PAID for good 4321 monev or &Eyan

tor.. _30 E. Church. I: Ing with Gordon-Beck. Brokers 340 I A CHANCE SELDOM 1 lando. 50 East Pine at Court Street. Irn Jim Cumble Cars. 411.PLYMOU1940
BUSINESS BLOCK 1788.New- j I N Oran .?3-1676. ]I of Orlando fastest OPE.I Weekdays 9-2. Saturdays 9-12. COLLEGE grad iiateCOu Id like Tosponsible 904 North Orange.Avenue. Phone 2-door. New tires. OF ORLANDO
concrete
position In or 2-4521 -Profit with
4 stores with youVproperty. stores Is offered for Sickness bu.lnes .xcelpnt eondlton
.on'trction. 'USGS-WANTD- .al.
month P. Boa 669. 500 W. Central.
O. -
rental $225. Well located I' call 2-09'M only reason. La. .On Orange prolpsslona olfce. TO GET THE MOST money for your Cara SATURDAY
ar.a. 122.5. mortgage. today Richard Kaxaros. Realtor 672 1 Ave. I you going businessand 64. Help Wanted-Female car call or see L P Hatan. Cen-

Exclusive 10.0 Realtors I N_ Orange.NORThERN. to work here's your chance.Groceries I CAPABLE WOMAN. refined. desires 1 Crab Fe Motors. 100 W. Jefferson; I PLYMOUTH: '41. 4-door- sedan:

118 E. Robinson: -2-3753 BUYERS-asking for.aU meats sundries hardware :I BEAUTICIAN MANAGER Senior. position .1 companion or house !! good tires body and motor. A3I

CLOBfIN-1.nduotrlab suburban homes list with us-Wei frozen foods case ice cream. Large must be expenle need. Please replyto keeper to elderly Peon or couple. I IHOUSEWORKFul 'I I "tre. Buy It for $420 down. .o REWARD

Large lot. With nice buldlnl:0x60. i will sell M D. Bailey Realtor 30 general stock of m.rchandls. Fine Box 342. 6-Star. Box 332 S-Star _ _ _ 75. Used Autos for bale 1 I III Rest auran t. 2998 Kuhl.

. for bottling plant. machine shop etc. E. Church. Phone 4767. location and fie busines someone or pat time: no STUDEBAKER: Dictator sedan: '

112.50. cash $5850. balance $50 mo. I Box_ 1 BEAtCIN Casselberry Beauty ) klnl. 424 W. Wash I 1 ItC-194. 18' house trailer sleeps: "o transportation and looks good; CaB Lester VRrite. J-I229 or
Inte.st Realty. Church i j 60. Business Opportunities A HOME AND A BUSINESS=brange i Compl.t.ly equipped. Phone ington. . cash Can be seen $ See owner. 13OO W. Church
Ropr
I behind
and Main 1 Avenue location with ofapproximately I Winter Park 2-2221. pst office. Z.'I..o. Fla. -
:, I capacity IROXINGBring to 607 W. STUDEBAKER-1944 club sedsn. Has

CLOSE IN-4-unit ART NOVELTY YACTORY-$290- fun seventy dlnera com- I I _tonSl_ __ _ _W.sn.I I II i! i overdrive This car Is In perfect W. E. VTedfia. DvUfcB. Ga.
aparment- prlre complete. lIving quarteno. low pletely overhauled and A-l; 1201 W.
.
fr.t.l. BtCK-4 condition Merry Christmas
.p.r.te entrances BEAUlCIAN-Experlencgd. with f 01lowi5g. MIDDLEAGED LADY work: Har.rd Spec.1
Honest condition with
pr rental. deal for 2 ladles or new :
2 blocks east of City eQulpm.nt : $1395. R. S. Evans phone on collar.
Hsll. block couple easy interesting dignified cooking and this restaurant I Phone 2-3306. I housekeeper 'Dnt:1 lady. I 431
north rdrl.raton 4771
of Lake Lucerne. I New Yorker
All are fur- Light work small coupe.
Will teach buyer. 506 N. Par- Is ; p' CY5LER194
nished. Y'ork. abut fOr thousand BEAUTICIAN with followIng. Telephone : 2151.I
One and Only
is i
vacant for i
new I Od STUDEBAKER-1941 Champion club
Total price $16 OOO. about $8OOO.ner.cash ramore.rear._ _ _ dollars Tre 5691 Caolna Beauty S.loo SHORTHAND ASDTlNt Holler Chevrolet ce.n.. 115 W.Cpntr.l. sedan Equipped with onrdrlve.r.lo. .
years lease at less than
AUTO $ 30 Carolina home
PARTS Check this bu- : .
Will handle. Apatment..1 carry active month with five-year option for Cour. I Ph 2-44. etc Very economical. Can"t I
mortgage p. i mess In a C AiBLE INDIVIDUAL. Interested SECRETARY StaPDer. generaI''
have opPrualoate .
renewal. Also a new five-room and Special DeLuxe ore in tqwn and only i ii
an apartment to live In meanwhile.This I'I' Dr."rou cltr. to.n on bath concrete block home on lot 105 I In aviatIon. Must be experiencedbookkeeper. Office work Local girl. 8 ear I CHfROLE1939 i E..n. phone 4321 or 1105. R I'I |
417.
rcondl
Has good stock 1946 DODGE
is one of the soundest Investments H. 44. of able to tpe. preferably experience Ph. 2-0563. 1 I j
p.ra by 210. two : tinned $695. R. S. Evans
be
equipment including Te. can bought phne 421 THE BEST $450 value en the high-I
know Will
we .f. Wm. 'for $ .horhand. house single party i TYPING DONE at home. or 4771. I
ZuluslY. $10.OOO B. 'I
Mathewg with J. wheel 1 balancer and file Price .Ith cash and field. Sanford I la J way: new tires, new battery new !
D.lrl Kolar. 24388or I Irnde. balance monthly. Call fr. on Smith. 3-1983. j Custom Town Sedan. i ii
or see Fred CHEVROLET radiator brakes In
$13.200. Call Fred with of Aviation I h _ I -1947 convertible. 1103 Enaln. ex1 I;
81.CL0E I O'Harra-Moore. 2-O836__ ; 109 E. Pine. Reese at O'Hara-Mor. 109 East &bol EXPERIENCED HOTEL front office; actual mie. Radio. A beautiful 1 cellent condition Pontl seconve ruble: ,i as new. $2250. '
TO LAKE EOLA-Apartment I --- - u -- 'i Pjpe._ - or 20838.UNUSUAL i COUNTER GIR'L wanted at Tramor desk clerk switchboard: go any blue ". Jim Jernigan I leather upholstery. ather lined top. :,

hous. furnished. 3 units newly I BUSINESS CHANCE-io buy- Calrt.r IntrrnUnl and easy where; references given. Box 341. Csed Cars. 600 W. Central. Ph. 3-1946. I Yep. It's a bit old: 1934 model but {

'red .or.te. and "'Ite. Lower. I j i; 1920 OPPORTUNITIES W. Central.Since eery hardware and flnee" .ork. Exper.n necessary. If 8-star. CHEVROLET-1947. FleetUne Aero I I for operation you cant beat It fori a HARLEY

i bdroms. one Prescott Phon.. 2-10.. t Sickness forces reduced price for you are and willing applytndav WANTED-A Job-wlihafuture.by- 'I sedan white sidewall tires. Sell i much higher price. Can be seen at
r.Kc extra income: upper i 615 N Orange Dial
1 754 Wilkinson
quirk
i Ave Phone 2-2561.
2 apts. 2-car garage: fruit Present I n.y. PaltO Spiezel young lady who Is college graduate.penmannt outright consider trafle on light car. I,I
| Spiegel Co Real50cc FOUNTAIN GIRL Experience I
pre jLLYS9374.4oor
resident. experienced In Smith. 607 San Juan Hotel. aedsnRuna
$225 See this for BOB KERR MARINE and I
Inrm. m.ntb. SportsEquipment 70S 1"tc.l Blr. 2-3269 ferred. but not nP..n. ApplyO'Brien's office. sales and editorial I good $245 Can be bought with no .! I
close property Home and income. for sale at 218 East .orl lox CHRYSLER: Windsor sedan; 1941-7 I
$16 noo. terms. Sam Co.. I Plant Street. Winte Garden. |I EARN $2CO PER WEE Salary-McI Ph.r c. Winter Park. 340. S-5Ia. passenger; excellent condition me- 'm"rf down R B. Evans phone
.ohnn I FaTel"phone I Lean Trucking MAID for apt house work7 4321 or 4771i I
2c8SMsm I, Win- P.r time For sale cheap. City Cab
__ 24R.d _ _ al
.o. \\ork U CARS
antcd-qale QUALITY
ston-Salem. N. Good dependable
C. i worker. Regis WILLYS
lake southeast'section I of.r. young men i Co 8. Orange Ave. i trade
DlPLX= :: BUSINE Beauty 1 p.t. .U 01
OPPRTI an opportunity to go business for Apts 319 Church senless
I '
bedrooms bath lower In a CHAUFFEUR CHRYSLER-Late 46. 4-door WInd- 1.00 mll.
37
roms. Mp oprat years experience. '
th.m..lyel. We sell you a 1948 Model SODA HEI.P-Yousglsely. expert W 22nd St 47 CADILLAC Coupe Has
n"r upper. 4 rooms and bath;; |,10do.nto.n laton L J Mack also gardener. I ear sedan: used very little: fully
Pc Diesel or 1948 Model enced Apply Mr. Laney. flrt-c.s Nusn thing and almost new.
un'urnished. all in A-l condition.Ocer | c M. Diesel C lo. Ave equipped factory Installed radio and 76. i
We 270 Trailers. Tracks for SaleALMPi25
O Autwa give Pharmacy. 1101 E ColonialSILK
$3.OOO spent on painting redec- urar's 1O9 5. PIn thr. year Tr.cor t. Earning FIRST CLASS PAINTER '' heater see at Cambridge Blvd. off 49 PACKARD Super Sedan. !
By
I..e contractor
orat'ng: .. roof and remodeling.A BUSINESS OPPOBTTJXmES :: Fort sufficient to pay for truck in three FINISHER-Dry cleaning plant the hour. Please telephone ', Fairbanks. Winter Park. I Thoroughly reconditioned I' drive radio ted beater.

nice roomy home with income at a courts guest homes gro years not including salary.I Trucks Must be experienced. Reliable 2- 62bY i i CHEVROLET 1933. coach radio. 1 In.ld. and out. $1795 F-llx'' '
41 PACKARD 6 Sedan. Very
"mula.: price. A nice lake for fnhsainuning rn or any sold to owner-operators Cleaners 140 W. WlntuPal. ) excellent condition, C3OO Wlnn Pre.
r. rt.ur.nta bu1. only (white). Fatlanl. or outldO.l"or h.ate. Standard Orange BIo I j mileage.
:1- and ; large L"SIE :| .
batn. see "S.k to S Down payment of S25OO required. Ap- ___ bkk.et HoteL Help'sDormitory. torn Trail at Washington.
Drhrs all sides eDo:; Whitney (Ple..1 Rt: Co.. Rat, ply. toMcLean "Trucking Company. STENOGRAPHER-Capable: accurate; 1 Inl. Lets talk I over. Winter Park.CHRYSL. '41 CHEVROLET Special Del.
: re location: out of town owner 706 Bldg Ia. Wlnston-Salem. North Carolina 1 office work: not over 35. 5-Sta_ _ _ CHEVROLET-1947. pick-UP I A coney!
has made reasonable 2-3. e.a.ral factory i panel 1300 miles Drive and
a very price PERSONABLE young : SEI-13 re I out '
Southern Fruit Distributors. Plneloch whTtT. : 41 PONTIAC Clob Coupe.
45 m.n .
at 595
for :immediate sale and delivery. wants I|' motr 135. Se see this beauty Fireside I
Are Yetean. care- cot.lea beater, low mileage
a Church. .
I _ _
": t.k.r.
BUSINESS.
lake this for home and ] I TOt QUALIFY H.-S Tourist 1 SECRETARIAL WORK for small business "
dl a S a nOLDE Cor- i I CADILLAC-1941 62" deluxe 4-door CHEVROLET- ton. Stake 40 OLDSMOBILE Sedan.
'N... nicely State $30 week. and dictation.Telephone j I II
.m. $1.3. good t.rm Exclu- A business that should Tpll 1 sedan Has radio air conditioner.Original body. good 14.nJI 10n. Privatei feet In every way.
net $5 000 to highway Furnished 7124.
..\', Co.. 208 unit for own _ bluish
black Cnbellevably.
.oh $6 OOO annually for National 3 other furnished SALESMAN-Permanent. home-owner. glossy: i owed? Ph St 7661 "
8MainEDGEWATER double units for = f. 42 CADILLAC 63 Sedan.
_ _ o 13.0 i STESOmiAPHE I I'mend.tlons. t I clean within and without. -
Several choice organization ow this tOr. 2 ft highway frontage SECEARV F I 30s. College. graduate: top recom One owirer. low mileage.I R. S. Evans.: C Lr-34 ton pick-up. : low mIleage. 1 owner cay.
and if .Utv natonal
qualify Immediately
D I you wit> let you b 5.5. which I under cost poration .yalbl. ,, phone 4321 or 4771 I be seen at
in this fast i accurate. "
Bex 245. S-Etar. I
bu'.s lo.tons come owners t this low price 'b. Terms. i Norh Orange Avenue. 41 OLDSMOBILE 68" 2 door
trowing SO to last similar possess initiative and able to assume I: CHEVROLET-lEt- .
stin .alabl. 18 that sold for Has
I buln.s we dl DUMP : dan. Radio nice clean
ft: fronl.a. bought on eA this eX has made Court-Furnished for I rPpnslblty. Per.nen resident radio runs and TRUCK-194* Cnrol.t. 34.
cpan: owner. II S JOS-General building and ao exc.p
has actual
t.ms street. sewerage and owner independently wealthy i only other houses o 2-392 .pPmtment & ILL workph Gus Gant. ::!I good. Christmas Special 0. ml.l. level I '41 CADILLAC "60" Special
rna n repair
Boland.Inc qualified J guaranteed. '
utilitiesCarrigan and S years! to true on highway f.ly 580. >I R. SE.a.. phone 4321 or 4771 .x "ndl'lo. !
owners 672 N. Orange: Carrigan -I!' so : : C No phone for 8 Total price room SEWING MACHINE OPERATORS YOUNG MAN with bu.mrs educationand 2-dooir Clean* $1 475 Triangle Motors. Leesbnrf. 41 CADILLAC "62" Sedan.

BIdo4551.: calls. Z : : trr.nD 12.5. Experienced Steady work good experience wants permanent :;, CVROL197 "Profit with Florida Phone 28.I matic and everythinz.

GUEST: HOME-Prn lon-AY" I pay. Five days a week. Congenial position with Orlando firm: willingto ,, .. Cars 5OO W. Cen- DODGE 1942 H ton pick-up P.fec mileage
Per month income per NEWMAN-HARGIS INC A. C. GE. BOKER Branch Of- ,I surroundings. Bus tar Union Sta1 work at anything if an opportunity PoPbtt. U.e mechanically. The an..e
year on investment Exclusive with 2 W. Washington 8881 Re1t i flee north of 1 lion at 7.15 am. at door. I exists Excellent reference; Box tr.1 I yo.r needs. Bargain at $495.

White Bros. Realtors: 824 N. YI6. I 63. .1-92 ( mes Sunnytown Sewing Plant Casselberry.Florida. 349 S-Star _ _ _ _ _ I,I CHEROLE. 193 2-door delx. R. 8 Evans phone 4321 or 4771. J. C. McKELLAR,
;: is a
co-operation InYlt. Ilne.S I i: BUILDERAND REPAtR 131336atSt. Price ta.n 775. Felix Wino Standard Mo- DODGE-1946 half-ton plckns. This
I
INCOME PROPERTY"- East side BVSIXES3 WANWe Oi ceri WAS WANTED Experienced .. phone 3-2327. W : I I tors. Blossom Trail at Wash truck runs and looks as good as

three-bedroom block bungalow Coal i I tlflat purchase SI.O6ODOWN. A beauty parlor. well Da. at Buddie's Corner, 70 EEISc SERVICE and Orana new. Felix Wtnn. Standard Motors.

floor tile bath plenty of down payment or Interest equipped. Shampoo new dryers 1'N. Avenue. ; steady work. '' lto I Orange BmTa at Washington.ph. .

"and ir building' (-income x r$.apr. in nyer.going sales-mar.aier.business: eIprD as maD table col a..an unt WAiTRESS-Single.: help me- start Box_350_S-Star. __.ant_____ ;i,: CEOL. -A 1942 running 4-door- san 3-1.1
lo Ic DODGE 37. pickupgood all around
.. ma.hl. highway truck sop SOC ,
ofice man..r .. 16 POSITION AS SALESMAN to on IonS ngraA ] SI035. R -
:
1n'hi tally aura-tlve a. ._ on :0" .
0 an esr> C U' 'a' t ".',"!\ : DownTT- !o'a- H' S' -- cal a conrf"insee r. $485 1300 W I
C'
T.-r se: i three jn$2J OOOi . .. c. ... R--kr f \\ n--d: R 12 ,,. '. -s'- .-Flo'ida" -. Tadr-, --for,- J.bb Scar. p'Tme 4321 -- 47"1 CT- ,"h Sf
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T i ia PIV,- u Orade-A luns : ' = B "- ,
a : r' ,
r J 6-tr Ti'i' Stilt J4" W a >.- :jnverIt DGXE -.-a *.- ana tttla-
and re&tinal priced. Can N .1 1: ". .. _. 'I.l rea ns 0 ..nt ut ups daiOreir feml-trt '4 Rerdi: ned and re- YOUR PACKARD DEALER'
H.omb wij O'Baa-Jo. -. .ppro.ed for 01 trasnrelRepb 1 1lrec. .f-; Boa .u. oat< '' 4L. -. n. 'I'I' I .d .wkrr and boil Drlren "LJ mile WJ sell or taiated W... sell either unit separately 343 N Orange An. Phone

10 E. Pine. I J Sta. 5 Park Florida 1r"r 11rr 5 W1ur seat Ce:ate 12 API.a.. ,ret Spor toreCall 2-16 and ass toe Cecil teaSe Terms to 24 monU B I. Bo.er Chevrolet Co. 113 W Central .

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I Page 20 HJontina Stntmtl Telephones: 4161 or 3-1681 Wednesday, December 17, _1947 Comet Fades OveruANDO'S '

'Twas the night before Xmas . .
l New Zealand Skies And was Pop mad! He forgot to take his

\l{ ('KI AND. N. Z. \PI[ ] astronomers I dress shirt to GARLAND CLEANERS.
!' said lat:: night that Garland at Concord
the npw'K sighted!' comet has been
f,"'nits rapidly| and is no longeret
to lot'ate. .
In If'1 <; than a week, it has faders .
Ii,
fr >m the first to the fifth mag-
MOST COMPLETE
tiitude The tail, formerly 16 de-
GIFT ASSORTMENT gr.''"- bang 1 now is onlv three de- NEW LOW PRICES
t:resiii leiurth It appears[ that Iii
47 North Orange Avenue ?nt t" .!on', \\,uld lx invisible toni
IMK..d ('\ (' within a few da\.
!IT ,11111..\\ elu \ ing! :lightly; north ; \ ALUMINUM ,

I 15,41-(1 :::1 j CASEMENT WINDOWS VVI

IF VITAMINSDON'T
: Number Size Old Price New Price
BUCK YOU UPtry <1
:
;1 3'-l" 3'.2 3/8" 2075 16.60
I I I Ix NUXATED IRON , .2323 x
i i
Wh"o r"'ui" doctor ftn*.goo._a median__and Reena 'i 2424 3'-l" x ('-2 5/8" 2575 20.BO
t help rou.lie vu> oc tike-
ta'r ,.' don't buck ton ap. tr' 3323 4' 5 lISx 3'.2 3/8" 2325 18.60 '
10.00 {XA-kI: ; IRON to help In.;Id non full red -
-2nd 3rd biod.For full Rd blood tielft muwcf 'I',
1st @t color l In mm '
01 to feet Jun vondarfuL' : Sack ta NCXATED.. 3424 4'-5 1/8" x ( -2 5/8" 28.00 22.40
MORTGAGESAuto .oot, nte IRON tmb,et.foi quit.while. Gin team a.f tetrial.
Furniture S Z?5 Bat 9M only M d-ecied ea the US LApcfurcof 4424 5'.9 38x 4'-2 5/8" 31.00 24.80

or Signature ,
r """"' TO FAT OTHER SIZES AND SCREENS REDUCED ACCORDINGLY
NTooo Co.d JOT NECESSARY
ZT Lne. OFF OTHER LOANS IlK
'HighBat3 Too Get Cash Even If Ion: AND DON'T FORGET-NO RUST-NO PAINTING
WATCHconifx
Save Refinancinc Have a Loan Elsewhere IP: SEVEN STEPS
snataU SIGNATURE_LOANS exhibit I tip
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AUTO VUu.8 Your Promise to Tar [ ] tn Orlando CW.ail LQOft
'n HodeJa a.Ie SZ5e IS ALL WE ASK I right], . .
Ml Models a.Ie 12013aModels _
74 Models.pe..p to :: I Emergency Pay Day Loans ; , .the public formal re- LAWION tOO W.AMFI/A ORlAN/O,FIIIAIDA WONl22920 I
between days I ......... ... -
Other Can b If you're short pay I i roan w. IU sa.th 0' I -
Proporuo. come In and Id $50. Pay It back : I I
ts $1.75 I ----
in 30 days The cost -
All Military-Pe,sonnel are invited to use our service I
TIME LOAN COMPANY i 11 I RIT* f -
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c. W "CHUCK" HOLMES MANAGER
42 V CENTRAL AVE -:- PHONE 24601 i 33cTh
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