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

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4161 3-1681 ORLANDO. FLORIDA. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 27. 1947 Telephones: 4161 or 3-1681 FOURTEEN PAGES
VOL. XXIII-NO. 31257 Telephones: or




Jews Attack'' r9'icuE1 I New York City I Florida Citrus VegetablesSeen






Arab Village I : ?,i II I I I I II Grinds To Haiti Out Of Frost Danger




Jn ReprisalJERUSALEM I 1 :' In Peak Snow' _


I P Giving Her That New Look! Expert Brands

[APJ) Jewish NEW YORK [AP] Turbu-

Armed Forces, last night at- I lent Wintry skies dumped a

tacked Silwan village just 25.4 inch avalanche of snow Cold Snap 'Good
I
the great metropolitanarea
southeast of Jerusalem, supposedly ,i upon
I yesterday and last night,
to avenge an Arab I

raid last week on a Mount of l burying it under the greatest Fruit Weather'll

funeral downfall on record and all but I
Olives proc'ssion.The -
British Army said casual I ; . paralying its lifelines of travel 1
-- .

sources ties were said not they known.were "heavy Police -\ 1T I food The and 25.1 services.inch depth toppedthe SMAC* I :MeteorologistV.en: [ v A;--= :---- O.


and mostly Arab." Government ) I 20.9 Inches which fell daring Johnson of the Fedp!-a> State
admitted wounded ,
hospital some : the great; and storied blizzard Frost Warning Sen p.* said
but would not how '
patients say '
of March 11-12 1888.
M-
many. last night he expected Fionda
The downpour of snow con-
sound of I to have its coldest far
The Tomniygun I ,/ tinued last night but not as snat> so

fire and grenade explosions p : heavily as during the day and &M"L this Winter today hut anticipated .
Jerusalem for two
echoed over early evening; when it was estimated tI no "material') o 1-'"..ge to
hours. Police sent flares !soarIng ,'. j4 '
the fall IS
average was the State fruit and \ -grtatle
the troubled ar..a.The -
over :-i --
< Inches an hour. --
,,
Silwan raid topped off a ,s.s .,;i Four persons lost their lives -#-- crop from predicted II'> "

day in which 22 persons! died Rail and bus transportation r- /y5 Johnson also railed attentionto

by violence in the Holy Land. ". I was hard hit and sometimes citrus fruit !growers that to
17 of them Jews shot by snipers. I halted. day's temperature drop ''will

The Jewish victims includeda : ; Airplanes were on the ground be good fruit weather."
prominent official of the Jew (&
packed in snow. : Most of the frost and .'r.will:>
ish agency a three-year-old girl The giant New York Port lay
he in North Florida rue here
ear-old
and a woman. lifeless.

Three Arabs and two British City transit vehicles struggled ::- tr. Snow At Mexico CityIF.XH'O

.&. civilians also were killed. The mightily to .keep going, "
unofficial death toll grew; to I CRIPPPLED CHILDREN, such as these two smiling youngstersat I and just barely did. The sub-i ) CITY (.API TheTarnba.va

369 in Palestine .and 4X! in the the Harry-Anna Crippled Children's Home at Umatilla, will i "a's, operating; mostly underground Meteorological; Observatory -

entire Middle } ...t for the period be the real winners of the second annual Tangerine Bowl football I sated the day for city reported yesterdaya
of 30.02 degrees
temperature
since the UN assemblyoted !' here New Year's the stadium I'f'sid..nts.Commuters.
,. 29 to the game Night-if is packed. Fahrenheit, coldest Dec. 26 on
Nov. partition
Holy Land. I Profit realized from the bowl game goes to the hospital, where living in suburban record here. Light snow fell at

crippled youngsters are treated and often restored to good communities were stuck how the' Desert! of Lions and on the
Silwan is on the slope of a
'I physical condition. ever. Great throngs filled railway outskirts of Mexico < tI)".
hill facing the old walled)) city of stations and bus terminals.

Jerusalem and overlooks the i I waiting vainly for trains and a are few plantings which' wouldbe

historic Kidron Valley)) through 3,500 GUERRILLAS MOVE INTO ACTION few buses operating at a crawl- affected by cool weather. Only

which Roman Legions moved to ing pace and then fighting to get scattered vegetables nere and

scale the walls and lay waste to on them. One bus moved a block there" might be hit. he said

Jerusalem In 70 A.D. Greek Rebels Open Heavy AttacksATHENS in three hours. Johnson explained *rot will
Jews call)) the village an Arab Lines of stalled and snow- form where the temperature
hideout Police said
desperado : boUhd parked cars lined some drops to 36 degrees or lowerIn
that in the last month snipers in '' fUP] Thirty-five I In Western Greece, 1,500 streets, as well)) as regional
Silwan killed three Jews with the Gainesville district
hundred guerrillas, supported by Some other thoroughfares
guerrillas reportedly struck highways. #
I of %130w..re
telescopic shooting. today temperatures
"apparent
artillery and a plane of "foreignnationality" resembled deserted snow-
from the rebel-controlled area ; forecast; Upper East
Jewish sources explained launched heavy drifted country lanes.At .
last week's Mount of Olives I Christmas Day attacks against around KarpenUien in an effort Coast, 20-31; Orlando-Brooks-
couldbe
I 6 p.m. only one car ville 31 degrees andhigher.
attack was launched from Sil1 1 I towns in Northern and Western to ('apturf'rinion.; :35 moving on Manhat region

wan. Last night's raid was .believed Greece, the Athens Press said ,' miles northwest of the Gulf of tan's seen famous Fifth; and Madison + :; Ridge, Bartow and
districts. 36 degrees
West Coast -
in reprisal for that at-
tack. yesterday.Two thousand. guerrillas) reportedly -I'I Patras.:Meanwhile, the Government I Ares in the Midtown area. 1 AndSpeaking I ; and higher. Indian Rinr.Et".rglad..s ,
Aid services couldn't begin to East
I Truman Federal and Lower
said Shapes Payroll'Fliers'
Police they
sources engaged the fourth carried on a roundup of alleged with the situation and the "
cope iT 40 and higher.
had moved Coast! degrees
thought the Jews up I Of New Look
Greek Army brigade in a bitter leftists which so far has about cars hampered snowplows. . ,
to the assault by carrying Bren all-night battle at Konitsa, important 500 prisoners-350 in Athens, 70,t The wind velocity was 30 Tomorrow will rem. n 'oolThe

guns and fashionable grenades through Jewish Jerusalem's - road junction near Albany in the Port of Piraeus and 80 in miles an hour, northwest, and Blast At GOP Brother Got It! SoughtWASHINGTON
quarter in effort outlying suburbs of the Greek : Weather
of Talpioth, over the Hill of -possibly an to : the temperature at 8 p.m. was 29 WASHINGTON (UP) Otis
\ seize a "capital" for the new I' capital-all suspected as agents degrees. The Weather Bureau I ,
Evil Counsel and into the valley Brown gave his brother. Rus- ORL.XDOXD VICINITY
below Government House, which leftist "government" in North 'I of the" new mountain "govern I said this was not a blizzard because WASHINGTON [irni] Pres. !ell. a New Look for Christmas [UP.] The Agriculture ::. Slowly' rising; temperatures today

faces Silwan. I Greece. ment. it takes lower temperatures Truman has decided "reluctant- Now the police are looking Dept. yesterday;; published tomorrow; continued

J"R ldf'nt.. of the old city reported - ---- --- I together with winds of 30 I Iv" to sign the Repubhcan-spon for Otis to give him free the names of 1.240 traders rather cool tonight fair

by telephone they had miles an hour or more, to make red Anti-Inflation Bill, but will for the New Year. weather.
lodging in wheat futures and at the same I
heard about a dozen explosions: Typhoon Wrecks Ship 58 LostMANILA one. denounce it publicly as a "POP- The Brown boys were celebrating *

in the village.!: Ambulanceswere I State police were trying to gun" in the fight against high Russell says when time ordered brokers to name by

rushed there from J..ruI I [API A tardy Decem- as dead or missing' in Manila and reach on foot about 20 cars, believed prices, an Administration source Otis whipped out a big butcher Jan. 3 any Government employes I I Cracker Jim Sez:

salem. ber typhoon yesterday wreckedand elsewhere ashore. to contain occupants, in in Congress said yesterday.The I knife and sliced off his nose- or their close relatives who played I Ole Jed Prod is shore busy

Hagana. the Jewish defense sank the Danish passenger! Pres. Roxas declared an emergency nearby Westchester County. Prcsidenfs"decisio is expected all of it.Police. I I"fliers" II today layin in a supph" it \atard
army, laid the increase in snip- liner Kina with up to 58 per-i "holiday" throughout the Retail produce spokesmensaid to be made known early j the commodity markets as knots for this here cold weather

ers' activities to the arrival in i sons missing, heavily damaged Republic to work for recovery !' business was hard hit next week. He has until mid- I asked: Casualty Hos- I in the last two years. | what we're gonna
Manila and cut a path of havoc from this fifth and most damaging : !1 pital Dr. H. G. Brandes could : The list contained no "big' for fewdays.
Palestine of 200 Syrian-trained ) -, and that there was likely to be night Dee. 31 to act. I have: a j
the central islandsin he fix Brown's nose. The Doctor names. It was the second which !
strike the
volunteers led by five former across Philippines.Three typhoon to vast spoilage of fruits and vegetables ;- He was said to have decidedafter That ole
German officers. The bulk of theattackers' of the missing were Amer- two months. ,I because of the cold and consultation with said sure, but where was I Anderson has prepared for Congressional i woman of hisan V .
many
fire was directed ican women. I I The storm, unseasonably late. the nose: ? investigators: of alleged !- 'I said that rascal r-
inabilif to move them through iSf'rs-that his only choice
against convoys. At least seven other vessels I I had wind velocities recorded up normal channels.' I I' is to the sto Blown didn't know, police market speculation by Government was so lazy therefore W- .
> plan
experienced storm damage, the I to 90 miles an hour here and approve | -gap ditto!i and Otis, who might "insiders." Christmas that -*
i Fire Com. Frank .1. Quayle and renew his plea for a broad ,
business district of war-ravaged estimated to 138 m.p.h. else- know wasn't available.
.
up he wouldn't
BlamedFor faced' "the It showed all traders large even L
Rail I said tonight the city drastic program when Congress ;
Split Tacloban was reported 70 percent where as it blew out northwest: i Police later found Russell'snose split no kindlin,
greatest emergency in the history !, ; returns to work next: and I'mall-\\ were in the '
burned by a winddrivenfire across the South China Sea last in a trash pile. but that when he hart to do it
CrashMIAMI of the New York Fire month. Chicago wheat market on
Train I Dept. ;
and 10 persons were listed night. I Brandes brushed it off and fore yestiddv In order to
sunup
Meanwhile, it was announcedat The Congressional source said, April 30, 1916. Several tradersssllh '
I API) A split rail be- I stitched it back where it be- start a fire that he derided togit
City Hall that Mayor O'Dwyer, however, that Mr. Truman would military titles were listed. I II
lieved snapped by a sharp drop longed. He said it had been a good pile done fxiav i done
in temperature during the night New Production Peaks Inflation Bog Seen would cut short his vacation at not let the opportunity slip by done lots of times by Army Publication of the list came had to go to town ypvidcix- to
El Centro. Cal, and return here to criticize the GOP for its refusal i
was held responsible for the,collision -! plastic surgeons. Russell saidit I close on the heels of the surprise I swap some of them fn.- dude

of a Florida East Coast : WASHINGTON [API] ProduCe I a short crop season, we'd really I because of the storm emergency. to consider his major pro- was the first time for him. I j order in which Sec. of Agriculture sox what I got for ( hr' ;mas

passenger train and a freight tion is expected to rise to new I have something to worry about. posals for emergency price and He hoped it would "take." !, Anderson directed the na for some workin on*>- what I

here :yesterday. Four crewmen peaks in 1048 and there is "a distinct -. But aside from the weather, I'm Newspaper Ads rationing controls. Meantime, police are poking tion's 623 registered commodity II wouldn't go through t rw> teem too

were hurt. possibility" that inflation i inclined to be optimistic." i The Republican program en- I their noses cautiously into a brokers to report the names of fast. Them fancy nolo""f1* > roes

The passenger:: train traveling will slow down Federal Economist -i Nourse, formerly with the private -I Up 18.7 Per CentI acted in the final hours of the few hideouts. They want Otis. any Federal, State, county or local is mity fine for Sunri\' meet -3,

from Miami to Jacksonville at an Edwin G. Nourse said yes- Brookings Institution, is emergency session of Congresslast When they find him, they intend I Government employe- including but they shore don t i si 'i.ir.g:

estimated speed" of 55: miles an terday. head of, Pres. Truman's councilof I'I ; YORK [API] Newspaper week, ignored all but a hand- to charge him with as- school teachers -who 1 when a bodys plow in ,.n ;:;infield
"We're not yet at a point economic advisers. The council advertising! linage!' in 52 cities' ful of non-controversial featuresof "fliers' the work.
hour suddenly left the tracks 1 I sault with a dangerous weapon have taken in market
and ripped into the southbound I where we can see that we're ar- ) will provide much of the reached 19i.S08.lSl in Novem the President's original 10- maybe mayhem. since Jan. 1, 1916. *

lp.: freight. Seventeen railroad cars riv"ing:: at a stable level of prices," basis! for :Mr. Truman's economic i i ber, an increase of 18.7 per centor point plan. LOCAL TEMPERATURESRtwrded
I, 30.6SS.351 over 164,120,122 for I bY U 8. W es'i re tMunicipal it
he added. "If there should be : to Congress next month.
demolished badly dam- message:
were or __ __ Airport.
I u. November last year, Media Rec- BelievedQuitting
Troops Maximum tt; M''mu. 42
aged. I' ords said j-esterday. : Move Cut 11.m. _______ 44'' ii'm i PP
In Bond
i 'Cheap Money' Explained :Pint-------- 4" 2p.-i 54
Six Perish in Hotel Negro Cop-Slaying Linage for the year to date to- Mukden 3 sm,.. _______ 4" 3 p'T1 61

Woman Leaves Court, Fire; Gas Heater Blamed Suspect Is Arrested tals 1,821.622,5SO, an increase of WASHINGTON [It'Pl] The ] sues and does not affect the nonnegotiable NANKING I IAP) The Chinese Pus-------46121-------- 47 47 J.sp-4p-r 60 61

Then Kills Pedestrian ; 255,16fi.452 or 163: per cent over Federal Reserve Board reassured series E, F and G .. ..... _______ 4' Sp-; : 67
Government dropped a censorship ______
ORANGE, Tex. UP i .m. U 7nrP.m. -
[ fire P1NELLAS
] City PARK Fla. [IAn] '
1.566.456,128: for the like
periodin investors yesterday that its new bonds. __ ___.42 Sir SiPin.
ATLANTA [lUll] Mrs. Ethel officials; yesterday said a Willie Primos. 35 Negro sought 1916. I (curtain on the fighting I __-_____ 4S trrn 1)2P.m.
gas of U. S. Government
I policy :
supporting _______
Humphries. 40, who less thanan I the fatal Eve Ii The board's original announce- around Mukden yesterday amid 4. 1'1 '" m
for Christmas
heater have caused the bonds lower I _______ 47
may fire at prices 11 III 11 r
hour before had paid $158 in shooting of St. Petersburg '' ment lowering the support point predictions that Nationalist I Coos am.__________ 5S Mo...;' 44
fines for six traffic violations I which swept the Sikes Hotel, liceman Julian Goodson was po-I'II Hindu-Sikh Exodus Eyed than in the past is aimed onlyat caused a sharp break in Govern- i forces might have to make at I

Christmas Day, yesterday drove I killing six men and one woman. rested" near here yesterday and NEW DELHI [API A Government making "cheap money" lit- I, ment bonds Wednesday and 1 least a partial withdrawal from I Additional weather Information
her car sidewalk and killed spokesman:: said last light I tIe more expensive:: and is not : : frompri.ate I the Communist-threatened I
on a 1 The dead included. L. Jordan rushed to a jail in "another partof brought dismayed protests will be found on Page; 2.
a pedestrian.. I... Lanning: 40. 41, Tampa. I that India was negotiating: with designed to knock the bottom out I investment circles. Elder churian front. i
the State" for
police reported She was jailed, I safekeeping police Pakistan for the early evacua- i of the bond market. statesman Bernard M. Baruch Mukden, Manchuria's largest I'Revolt Plot Reported
reported.
charged with sti-picion of murder -! Four Bodies Washed Ashore I tion to India of 70.000 Hindus The new policy applies only.; denounced the move as "im city, was last reported effectively in Ecuador
drunken driving and driving I and Sikhs in Bahawalpur State. I to marketable Government is- moraL" surrounded as the Communists' Uncovered

without a license. AMSTERDAM: The Netherlands -' $6 Billion Forecast increased" their pressure on the' GCA Y AQCIL. ErJljrnrP1
[API) Four bodies '
were 'The El i d
:
Young Duck-Hunter- washed ashore yesterday from As Air Force Bill 'THIS CHAP WOULD HAVE FOOLED A DETECTIVE' outer China defenses.proper Communicationwith was broken yesterday" newspaper the gox'-1:t > rdrtl"r.O'E'r :

the Ufj.ton Norwegian:: steamship BOSTON |lULl] It will cost! S<5I -'J a rei())1u- > ,pat:
for and radio.
Dies qf Bullet WoundST. 'I Skoghauri wrecked<< by an I billion yearly until 1952 to builda except air here and in Quito.

AUGUSTINE (API) :Meeker explosion Thursday in the North U. S. Air Force capable only Our Neighbor Greets A 'Gentil Knight'By
Sea off SchoorL Former Coast Governor Diesi
Collins. 15. son of Bng. Gen.I I i << of "blunting' enemy attack. Illegal Gold SeizedHONGKONG

and :Mrs. Vivian Collins. died in U S Rep. Merrovv [IR-N.H.1] said i, BERKELEY. Cal. [AP] Clem-
local froma I OVERNIGHT AND in a nation-wide radio broad- CHARLES M MEISTER I am usually taken for a tramp. care to meet. with a very fineappearance ent Calhoun Young. 78, the Cali- : [LP :; ny
h a hospital vesterday -'. --.,- "-.- -- _. _" ._.. .c-' ..' imported gold vwt-: ... ::'.f.JO::
bullet wound accidentally inflicted DAYTIME DELIVERYWhen cast last night not a scholarly gentleman. I : fornia Governor who "put the I ,
while on a duck hunting : He was to all appearances a was taken for a tramp twice in My: daughter came down from State on a business basis," died was seized by cust'i.ignta) :
trip. you order mer- EAL Sets Atlanta Mark I "parfit gentil knight." but he one week." 1 New York to get the house last night. i when the jinxed Dutrn -r.pIan:

chandise from Orlando ATLANTA (AP] An EasternAir failed to !send either bread-and- "This chap would have fooleda ready. said :\Irs. J. P.lcCall: I Heutsz docked herp afim be-

stores, specify quick, Lines Constellation. carrying butter letters or Christmas detective.:' said Ray Greene.. I mother of :Mrs. Shaw. "My: son '! mg raided by pira--------- took

21 Skiers KilledIn safe delivery by Sentinel- 54 passengers, flew from Chicago greetings!' !'; to those who entertained I Winter Park realtor for vhomI ( John, w ho's in school here, sent 1947 eennbel'" 1947 I $000,000 in loot.

Truck AccidentROME Star Express, the Jack to Atlanta-600 miJe -.-yesI him in Winter Park.A I I too many Cooks spoiled a broth I her a wire after interviewing the S- a'"."' %. 10W am-, '" SJ I

: [API Twenty-one skiers Rabbit Line that leaves I terday in one hour, 32 minutes I check jrMerday di clo..ed !, of a deal-rental for the season II prospective tenant'' I r Tonight's Movies
21
returning from :Mount San daily on schedule for 41 I and 28 seconds. EAL said it: wasa I this gaucherie |In the otherwiseChr of the home of the late Dr. Al- The house still i is available BEACHAM Read to Rio i ,' f 2T ,

Primp were killed yesterday Central Florida towns new flying record for a pas "terfi<>ldian manners of the bert Shaw who was a genuine I for a visitor whose manners 282930311948"'V 34 ROXY 9 42 Rotd to Sir J in 1 Z3
.
when the truck in which they Me-chants telephone senger plane between the two ",,('holarl- gentleman" whoealmoM editor. A SI.000 deposit check conceal no falseness' Mrs. Mc 7 34 9 42GRAND. "
\
6291 for I ?Northwest 4
were riding ran off the road, Agent to call for cities. perfect Impersonation ofa was resilient. Call said 701. 9 84 merchandise.
Saturday Evening Post editor 'Dr. Edwin O. Grover introduced About the time this 1948 5 51. 8 44VOGCE .
was
the Italian News Agency Ansa I go- : The Bachelor an-; -* Br-b'"-
said. ::zI Cop Held in 'Shine' Sale ended when a $100 check, him and he had the 'pro- ing on in Winter Park, the Sat- Boxer 340. 640. ..4i. 'We.:' CaJ.J 2.i. J.
I ... ,.. .
10Wno. 1ftI 5 35. 8 40.CAMEO'
MARIANNA. Fla. (UP] Carlos drawn on a Philadelphia bank, fession' of confidence man downto urday Evening Post has learned, I Cheyenne: 2 00 3 45. :, 40.
ellcbi't.lrI Conrad. :3"a Malone policeman! bounced.. the nth degree lie could talkof ;an impostor pretending to be its! UJ23 9 'Vi Torn Thumo Pole! o ,rHIAITO

Bulgaria Rules Banks I ) until iii. ..'. :i3nnit-nt, on Fe rfitKt Steven': Dohano- lLO: )i" 4 S.-an'.r l' 'i>, f i- -- =B-i a. moon C'n; ;;
SOKi\ i\P1 Bui .irian Parliament c--: t"narg'f Celling: m->ii--nme of'ice HAde'. P. < ook the < the 45678910 1: ,i r1 1 6 P' 'I C?
Ex-p.REss: I as- College professors knew \\entertained' royally! m Daytona .
I COLONY Dark Pauati < < 4 i) (;13.
last night approved nationalization .,,,. "CIC ...." II.... was freeo under SoOO Oond yesterday sociate editor impersonated, was right musical people and was Beach after visits to Miami i. 11121314151617 8 Jl

of the banks. j -- -- quoted as saying: in Philadelphia, one of the nicest men you'd ever Havana, and elsewhere. awing DRTVE-DJ Ftrai Texas 6.45, 10.00.I Panlundlt. (folio



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4161 3-1681 fHnratna fi-rniinrl Saturday, December 27, 1947 r
Page 2 : or rlan&fl _ Monroe Father Shoots

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w Soviet Envoy Son Mistaken For IntruderS

Holiday Death i
I
i { to Orlando Morning' Ssnnel!]

j : SANFORD Lake Monroe man on Christmas Eve,

Leaves Iran believing he had trapped someone who was stealing his

Climbs To 288 t i! horsefeed fired his shotgun loaded with buckshot at a

supposed intruder who failed to answer when he called out

TEHRAN, Iran [rrPJ] Usually Critically injured was his 14-year-old son.
B, Th! Acar'Cted' Press! I
reliable sources said yesterday Sheriff P. A. Mrro said that ':-
fires and miscellaneous
Traffic mIshaps. '
-fr W34 that Russian!' Amb. Ivan Sadchi- young: Richard D3t"II.! InMead

accidents over Christmas : kov had left Iran with part of ; of being: In bed a' his father
killed at least 288 persons I 'i' 2 Kd DatK thought had !slipped' 'Ripper' Story'Details
his entourage and that the remainder > ; ,
over the nation, an unofficial of his staff would leaveThe out of the home and wa returning _

survey showed last night.As at 11-10 p.m. when he
oon.
5 tta shot hy hi- parent. As I
is customary on holidays. informants said that I Richard came through the barn I Told

auto crashes proved the big kill . 44 / 4 Sadrhikor's" d..parturf'hlrh the door hinge squeaked and

er, accounting for 179 of the : it has not been possible to confirm the father believed the person !
I WEST PALM: BEACH [API F'R.
deaths. might lead soon to a who had been stealing hit
rupture of diplomatic relatinns hoi-<'efeed had returned. Davis K. Hamilton. one of the f'm'

Several serious fires including I between Russia' and Iran railed out several time* and I[ictims in the Christmas E\f'

one in Xevada that killed because of the fiol..t Union's when he got no answer fired. !!slashing fray by hand) ma:1

12 Indians swelled the death I bitter resentment of this coun ThE blast shattered" the boy'srlhow ':David R. Burnside. described! fo>
list from miscellaneous! "" try's .fll..al to grant; it an oil I
and !sent" nine buckshot the
I first
time yesterday t> -
to 109 more than double that ; 'concession., through his!: chest. Sheriff :Mere
: -at.1 scene of the bloody tract,. '
of last Christmas.The i According to the reports! airt. He was rushed to the Fer--

National Safety Council which came from circles close to HANDLES PRIZE BULL: A prize Aberdeen-Angus bull is nald aughton :Memorial Hospital which took place in his law o.'

estimated 100 persons would be 'the Russian Embassy.!' Sadchikov and treated but has been ;fice. I
handled by the small son of a herdsman at the Brays Island
killed In traffic crashes on left in a special airplane bound transferred to the Orange Memorial Dep. Sheriff Louis: Carrollri; t
; I I Plantation Yemassee S C. The bull will be shown at South-
three India. No Hospital in a very critical Hamilton. still in serious mnrt
Christmas and each of the ------- for New Delhi. explanation -
succeeding days. was given why the plane eastern Angus Show at Memphis Jan. 14. condition.'Imponderables'. tion in ('.ood Samaritan Hosp: ,
Allis Jubilee of Blue Lace owned
CAT SHOW WINNER: West ------ -
By States Texas led the list; should have flown to New DelhI. tal. told how Burnside. his wife _ _
with 11 highway deaths and 18 by Mrs.. Lester O'Neill of Milwaukee, was chosen best at Beres- ,across!' the Himalayas from the THAN Bernice and son .Tames. 15. appeared
SHELLS SCARCER NEWSPRINT?
in miscellaneous accidents and ford show in Chicago. He's a male blue Persian. ;I Soviet Union. instead of to Mos I in the offices of Att>-
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fires. --- cow. Rayr.es and himself: } seek-

I /Inflation/ Rakes New Guinea Is Sen. Taft'sWord ins assistance in drawing up tv-

will. _ _ _
J Plot |

Sanford Negro Lunatic Bares Killing France BoggedIn I| CHICAGO |API One\ way to Hagen tribes iii Central New I For It! { Carroll quoted Hamilton assaying

whip inflation and the high cost I Guinea. Gitlow told the anthropology -
I WASHINGTON!=; (U'Pl] Mrs. that the brief will lia ,Sought After STOCKHOLM (UP) Police said kick him out on Christmas Day." 1 of living merely \\ ith pieces of section of the American George Sevey i is a "mllthtvmad" drawn. and that he was;

I' Capocci, an himself from old newspaper. was reported :yes Assn.! fur the Advancement of writing out for
yesterday Giuseppe Ricci had excused : woman and !she': says Sen. a receipt payment
Freak Accident
terday by Abraham L. Gltlow of Science which opened its!" week-
Italian balloon peddler, admitted i ii his party and went to the pantryfor Budget Row\ Taft [R-Ohio] had better quit' of the legal Ice when he.
fSoeciol to QrlbndO! Wnrr ng Sentinel 1] i he went to the Italian legation "I will New York University's: Dept. of long annual meeting ;yesterday.The : dealing in "imponderables" was di-tracted by a scuffle between -
wine. saying
. some
EUSTIS-State Patrolman Thursday determined to kill Min. I Economics. natives use shells asmoney. and do !something about It be- Tlurn-ide and hi* wife.I .
Thomas Parker was called Alberto 'Rellardi Ricci. lIe give him a couple of bottles . PARIS [I1'Pl| The National i f; It happened among_the Mount Gold-lipped; !shells and fore she gets!' madder. I
I "Now G- dy-. I hope ;n'e
Ricci to bro-I' he leaves." '. Assembly, after a brief holiday you _ _
before
Christmas night to investigate a tally stabbed large saucer-shaped ones roughly Her butcher asked her if "
I satisfied Hamilton said Run
: : _ _
freak accident which left a car the midst of a Christmas As Ricci entered the study, breather yesterday groped !! Obituaries; I I correspond! to dollars, while she wanted to see some fine jside screamed as he attacked hi:
"standing on Its nose." I! the I through the complicated maze !smaller onesere like pennies beef and she said sure. how
Police refused to divulge:; Capocci jumped on him and \ 51 K. GUSTI K.HJ.SOI >, ,wife. The attorney said Burr-
driver Ben Kelly, San- of a 100 billion franc [about and nickels. The white much? _ _
The men
contents of letter written by Mr. Karlson :
Gust of 1411
( a Magi ; side !seemed" to be choking 1' <;
with I
stabbed him six times a 1018! in
ford Negro, ran a stop street, Capocci and delivered to Ricci SSIO million! budget for \ i nolia Ave.. Winter Park, died! j I came in 193.1: and brought;: In !so lie said S2.50: a pound for wife and he leaned from behind ___
hit a telephone post, Parker said. : Just before he was killed hut pair of scissors. Marquis Citta- j what looked like the start of another Christmas Eve at his home The ', many shells< to pa* for labor I steaks!' anti S1.25: a pound for his desk to intervene. Ac: ___

:The car came to a stop, upend Italian circles here insisted i lint first secretary of the lega- !.: marathon. |: Marvin Pittman Funeral Home that the shell money depreciated chopped meat. I he pulled the crazed man aside
The Government had asked
1 in \alue. hut the natives I Mrs. Sevey gulped. She said
ed on its radiator.I there could not have beena I his aid will announce funeral arrangements -
that tion, who went to was Mrs. Burnside slumped to the
the
clean
that the "
deputies
I up 1 stayed on the "shell! standard. "Thank much for letting -
not you very
: Kelly who apparently was murderwas when word is received
political motive. The stabbed in the face. Guests over- I budget and also consider a whit- I me look at it. Any floor in a pool of Hood. Ha l1nHJa _ _
hurt, is being sought on a reck- toe act of a lunatic, they tled-down anti-inflation plan by I from his brother in Idaho. I One !shell used! to buy a 200-I ton said nurn id('. who look> '"
He powered the assassin.: charge??
less driving charge. was said. ICapocci Economic :Minister Rene :Mayer I I pound pig. With !shells more, The butcher ." like a "wild. mad hull" then
alone in the car, which belongsto committed to the MRS. M'lTGARO G. FARR f'aidope. '
was between now and New Year'sDay. plentiful. the natives hiked : and Mrs. hurried hometo whirled on him and began <:1.! :;-
his brother Fred Kelly of Lan bto Asylum here in 1910. I Mrs. Luitgard G. Farr, for prices. Two shells for a pig--a I telephone! Sevey Taft's office and in; at him wildly with a razor-
Eustis. Damage< to the car will lie was released recently on pa ITU Papers many years Winter visitor to'' smaller'pig. Some of the natives !sharp Boy Scout knife.
I "asked them when the Senator
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amount to $200, Parker said. role. lie appeared at the legation Hut in more than threehours Orlando died Dec. 23: at Buffalo became millionarics. Jingling::
to make his
I and handed a maid a letter for debate yesterday the ; General Hospital. Buffalo. N. Y. 'shells they went to nearby tribes I mind was about! going: up

Dr. Benedict Lust Ricci. Capocci's wife followed chamber failed to complete discussion (She is survived by five children buying; pigs: and wives. I She one rationing.of the Senator'ssecretaries Italy War Criminals
says
Huddle In of eten the first articleof Harry A. Farn. and Mrs. Joseph! Within the however I
I II
him and sat in a waiting room TieupCHICAGO ; j Hagen area. told her ____
Estate Appraised while he was ushered into Ricci's I' the budget: largely: becauseof Manley of Orlando: Franz Farr. the Depreciation of shells "The Senator feels: that thereare \Souaht, By Yugoslavs/
the oratorical !staving: poster Lockport, KY.: and Mrs. Neil put the local missionary:! in bad I
I study. of CommuniM leader Jacques Harwell and Mrs. Russell West so many imponderables Involved \ BELGRADE [API YugoslavIa ___
Sentinel
ISpeiol to Or'ondo Mcming After telling guests "I cannot [fAP] Representatives i straits. Gitlow said. He didn't I In this situation that
NEW YORK The estate of of striking AFL printersand Uuclos. I of Kenmore. N. Y. have enough small-sized shells I has demanded that Italy surrender

the late Dr. Benedict Lust. natu- I I six Chicago daily newspa- On another economic front. J -- I II for small purchases. the question] will have to be to her Italian tnde'r"erretarv -

ropathic physician of Tangerine Tides-Temperatures : pers conferred yesterday for the Premier Schuman's inner Cabi- I I MISS) iKISSIMMEEMIss\; TOOL j I Rut he did have some old news or studied his party and weighed can come before to a de he of the Interior. Achille Mar- ______
and New York, was appraised at I fourth tinje with Mayor Martin net met to consider a generalrise i : : Jane Cool.! I I papers and magazines. And the cision." azza. and Gen. Taddeo Orlando

$214,480 gross value, and $140- I TODAY'S TIDES j i 11. Kennelly who is attempting in salaries. It was expected ''f$. 21 N. Clyde Ave.. died Thurs 'II natives had grown fond of U. S. !Mrs. Sevey will be 75: in May secretary general of the Italian -_
000. net. in a report filed here Dayton' Beach and New Smyrna' Beach t<3 settle the month-old walkout to raise minimum monthly I day in an Orlando hospital.: 'arettes--paper-wraPfiro ones War Ministry the government
and 7.23 pin Low and she that if the Senator
-
704 m '
Tides: High a says
yesterday by the State Transfer 12 29 a m, and 118 pm I **I still optimistic" he wages from 7.50O: ( ) frances (about I She had lived here the last 12 :when American soldiers had been had been marketing as longas announced yesterday. _ _
Tax Department. Included was Cocoa Beach Tide: High 7'14 a m and am \ about I| years. A native of Pennsylvania. : stationed there. wanted I i The announcement said the
i Sfi3| to 0 100( francs I They paper
Low 12-39 a m and 1 28 pm. said< after a t\\o-hour meeting, she has he wouldn't haveto
T 33 p m : '
real estate valued at $105.120. Sebastian. Inlet Tides: High 7 09 am I "but on the other hand you .;,TS'Xil I or to ;:3 i\\.iifi I ('O.t of living i I ;"he had been clerk) of the Phila to use for their home-grown weigh anything.I ,two Italian officials were wanted _ _

Dr. Lust, who died on September and 7:28: pm. Low 12 34 a m. and 1.23p can't be too optimistic on a allowanceith] ) ;* the same delphia Arsenal. cigarettes instead of wrappingthe think when beef to |I for trial in Yugoslavia on war
4th 1945, left the bulk of his m. < Services will be held 4 I goes ,!crimes charges. The request-..OI
at
Sun Phases: Rues 7.15:: sets :5.37. matter as important| as this." pffrvt p.m. tobacco in a leaf, as they for I $2.50 a pound it's time to ration -
I
estate to relatives. I -- Saturday in the Grissom Chapel merly had done. I !forwarded through the Yugoslav
I Another meeting: was plannedfor I it, she" told the secretary.
ELSEWHEREWASHINGTON ,
TEMPERATURES with the Rev. Maglon II.Voolt Legation in Rome Dec 18
(AP) Weather Bureau report 6:30 p.m. Monday.The -- **A "I don't see what's so impon-
I quarter sheet of the ..NewYork .
of temperatures for the 24 hours end 7p officiating. Interment will be in derable." land no reply has been received..a
Guaranteed Work lna'pm : I local International Typo J Rose Hill Cemetery. I Times will buy three I foreign office spokesman said
HghLowl.I WigS Low graphical Union contends the pounds of sneet potatoes, or
RADIOSERVICE Alpine 33 19 Melbourne 6O 47 strike was caused by the pub- I tno six-foot. lengths of sugarcane ,I -
Asheville 43 24 Memphis :56 31 I >iu. if. w.KISSIMMEE (\PPEII:
Atlanta SO 26'' Meridian 61 23Atlatic lishers' refusal: to grant immediate : Mr. II. \\' I or eight; ears of (corn or a GOP Seen On Tax CutsTruman's
City 31 27 I Miami 60 53 large bundle of fireuood. A ; Hedging
: Fast-Efficient Birmingham 55 24'' Mpls-St.Paul 23 10 wage increases voted by the i C'happell father of Mrs. Raymond I
Boston 34 20 Mobile 60 30 union, pending negotiation of R Sessions Kissimmee. half sheet will buy a half day's I WASHINGTON (AP] Senate I income-and-outgo estimates
Buffalo 32 24 Montgomery< 57 27 I .
COOPER'SMasie Burlington 21 05 ; New Orleans RO 34 other issues. The publishers ; I ____ died at his home in (Carrollton labor cutting": the mission alalion's Republicans were reported by and have attempted to
: Store Charlotte 48 22 ,I New York 32 25Chafanooga 29 contend the printers demanded Ga Thursday. Services will be lawn. one of their tax experts yesterday agree upon a "legislative budget"
48 29 Norfolk 44
M W Chares SI.U Chicago .31 18 I Ocala 112 36( I a wage increase without a satisfactory held at I 11 1 a. m. Saturday in Carroll All this shows. Gitlow said. that as inclined to go a bit slowon hy Feb. 15.-

Cincinnati 32 22 I Pensacola '54 37 contract, to circumventthe ton.IH. I i many things must be consideredin any income tax cutting drive Sec. of the Treas.! n"d.c

-- -! Cleveland Dallas 66 30< 24 32 I. Philadelphia Phoenix 30 74 25 34Denver Taft-Hartley Law's prohibition studying the economic systemof early next year. yesterday! labeled *"the figment:

66 30 I Pittsburgh 29 26 against a closed shop. The ) HOW.IflWF.STERVFJT such a society. like physical Their authority, who asked of an active imagination" a report -
COLLEGE PARK Detroit 28 24 I PorU.'d. Me. 26 IS: union denies this. I
Duluth 24 18 !i Richmond 47 27 I NE\V SMYRNA: \ RE.\CII-\Ir environment. institutional forces I not to be quoted by name explained that the Treasury was
SHOE REPAIRING El Paso 58 25 St. Louis 45 33 W) Howard Westervelt. 78. died custom: habit. tradition. and motives -. that a number of GOP about to recommend an Increase
Port Worth 66 33 I; San Antonio 66 26 I ; -
Guaranteed Workmanship Oalveston 60 37 I S Francisco 40 1 Tuesday at Sunny South Hospital and "modern"economic analysis Senators want to know [11) in income tax: exemption
S New Factory Machinery Houston 61 29 Savannah 54 34JacksonvIlle Uncle Sam Sues H here. The body will be !' could profit from the lessons How much foreign aid will and t't..n..ldn of the com

SHOE REPAIR SHOP Kansas City\ 57 52 38 33 Tampa Seattle 51 63 33 46 ent by the Seattle Funeral to be learned as a resultof cost, and |121] How much Government munity property principle to

[la t tad lie Store Key West 66 62 vicksburc 60 20 Truck Driver For Home to Orlando for cremation. such studies." I costs< ran be slashed all .'..d..rallnroue taxpayers.He .
Knoxville .45 31 I Washington 41 23 I What ink said in statement: "The
I tastes a
Floyd Wheeler. MIT. newspaper before vote on taxbill. :
Little Rock 60 31 W P Beach 63 50 they any
_ _ _COlLEGE PARR _ Los Angeles 82 57: Wilmington 50 33 $324,595 In Taxes AVILLIAM F. KELLY I like in a cigarette, the missionary ., Treasury Department has reached

nELADlr:: William Francis didn't say. In the House, Chm. Knutson no conclusions on rcvorn
I CHICAGO [lAP] Harry Carson. Kf'lh6.1.. resident of DeLand I R- Iinn.] the tax-writing House mendations to the President on

43. who gave his occupation as for 14 months !since" his retirement Search for Lost B-29 I' Ways and Means Committee, al-- tax matters."

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 8 A. M.-11 P. M. truck driver, was sued ;yesterday as a guard at Sing, Sing! I | ready has introduced a $5,600-
the Government for S324
by
prison in New York. died Thurs- Eight Men Continues I 000.000 reduction bill. He has
595.92 in taxes allegedly owed BLOOD TESTS for Marriageand
illness. I FAIRBANKS.;'; Alaska said he would to push it toI
short try
ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL from his 1936 income. day following a {fAP] Health Cards. "%IUourSenire.
Carson said-he was' bookmaker GEN. HINES His only known !survivor is his Fifteen planes took to the air I I the top of the list for action ."

in 1936 adding: I . early retirement? I widow. Mrs. Emma G.' Kelly. again :yesterday to search the :shortly: after Congress convenes. Clinical and Research

OPEN AIR MARKEY'nos "A couple of years ago; Federal I & I Allen-Summerhill hif ped'the vast expanses!" of ire-bo.und Northern Some Senators. however say Laboratory

agents started bothering body to Ossining N. Y.. for fun- i Alaska for a B-29 bomber they see little chance for actionon I 1M E. Central ATCBB. Boom ZO?

South Orange Blossom Trail about the money I made in Hines Reported : eral services. I that vanished Tuesday with taxes until after CongressionI Pnon. 5841
aboard. I i al leaders have received Pres.
CratraJ Florida's most complet. variety .! fresh traits and vegetabIer" .. 1936 when I ran a book. They !I .EASLEY. ELLIS ELMOIIE PnnpraiSorvicen :eight men _

kept asking me for books and for Ellis Elmore Bf4sley. 33 of 1----II> .
,Resigning As Oviedo. who died st his home at 2 o'clock;
records and I told them I
I I Friday morning. will be held at 2 o'clock ,
didn't have any. !So' they ask Saturday afternoon from the srmvrsidr( in
RESIDENTIAL ed me how much I made. I Oviedo Cemetrrr The Rev Leery Mock GOLDEN KEY TALL MARKETFOR
Panama EnvoyWASHINGTON and the Rev. H H Link will officiate and
II !aid' about $1,000 a day. They I arrangements are in charte of EiselstelnWittlnton 3 CANSFOR I

Jie' LIGHTING FIXTURES told me there were 321 work. I {lAP] Brig. I la survived Home by for his Funerals widow. Mrs.Mr Buena Beatley -

ing days of the year and f Othat's Gen. Frank T. Hines, ambassador Beetle; three children. Jeanette. Leroy H .M 418 W. CHURCH
!
how much I I and Undo: his mother. Mrs J J Beasley MIL K3
_ _ Select your fixtures with they'd sue I to Panama, was reported and a nlec Miss Dorothy Priest of Oviedo: 5 PHONE 2-0515
I individuality, distinctionand for. headed for early retirement yesterday seven sisters and ten brothers 1
FOR
I
for Tax officials said such a tax in the wake of Panama's I

1 design good light- would entail a 1936 income of I refusal l to lease 14 defense basesto In lovinf memory IN MEMORIAM of our beloved son _ _ _ _ _ _ THRIFTY SHOPPERS" N,

_ ing.Johnson. approximately SOOO.OOO.: 'I the United States. .and brother Charles H. Burkett. who was _
I called home to be with Jesus I
Carson did not disclose his' one year ago < -
Responsible! diplomatic officials I- today.
I Electric Co. present earnings but said he I said his resignation: already I I We can not say-we win not tty yon PICNIC DRY SALT
are dead: just Away to
"might be able to together you are away
scrape has been submitted to that fair city and home With the LIIrd.I .
ll I ii the 92 cents." whet sorrow sickness and crief are no
23 E. Church Si. Phone 5136 I
-: Pres. Truman and that a veteran and
. more. Some day we shall meet you c
career diplomat MonnettB. 011' what a meeting that will be.I ,
Drugs Roundup Flushes 80 I Our hearts st-he with Irlef. .e have HAMS 45lli. Bacon35
Davis, 1* under consideration missed you so-words can no5 espresa our lib.
MEXICO CITY The Fed- I Your chair rename
[rAP] as! his! successor.! I tot empty: no
one can ever fill your place in our hearts:
eral Attorney General's office Hines signed i the lease agree- we lost the sunshine of our home when
said yesterday SO persons had I ment which the Panama National you went away. So mu-h we miss. that
<
WHITE WOMEN cheery "Hello" and that sweet smile
been arrested in the Govern Assembly; later rejected unanimously which will\ \live on in the memory of all

ment's drive against Mexico's I and his departure thus I who knew year you.This has. been so Ions We can n.er ..- CHOICE WESTERN
$14 million-a-year narcotics I I might facilitate new negotiations. understand why the 10UOil flowers are BEEF STEAK 39c
i picked s. early But..e know that Oud pound
racket. The State Department, UnderSecretary -
SECTIONIZERSWANTED I has a plan and purpose In .U he does.
I
Lovett said this week. "And we know that all things work to
lether for lood to them that love Gild.to .
I is ready to resume discussions them who are tht called according to LEAH WESTERN
WATER with the Panama Republic even HIS purpose Romans 8-28 PORK CHOPS 49c
AIRS BEULAH BCRKETT!:
I though U. .S. troops already are MR AND MRS ) ERNEST BCRKETT pound
MR. AND MRS T A FARNELL
quitting the bases occupied under -
MR. AND MRS JAMES: L POWELL
I CLOSETS war-time ._
agreement.
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: said privately that his resignation -

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each I ago at a time when the State reg ard. SLICED BACON S9c

Department expected ratificationof poundTOMATOES ..
I I less of rant. religion or .
BATH TUBS the lease deal
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\ $98.50 I Christianity in Scandinavia but -
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(UP] Lt. Gen. WASHINGTON (IUP] Secretary ,:.:.,:.. S:30 Whoot'n Antic ______ Dial Twister Hour 3 45 Met. Opera. ABC u__ Mather House PTW Blue-Cray Came OreS of Ne' i _0
John C. H. Lee, former American of the Treasury Snyder disclosed :; 545 Whoot'n. Antic __ Dial Twisters; Hour 400 Met. Opera ABC __n Stock-Weather Blue-Gray Game Doctor 1, .y -
commander in 600'Count, Newspaper ._ News-Lily &: Curly News-Reveille .. Sign On &: New 4:15 Met. Opera ABC __o. Boy Town Choir Blue-Gray Game Doctor TW-.IT
occupation I yesterday that life insur- ..::.:.;. .:.::. 6.15 Whoofn Antic u_h_ Farm Forum _u Reveille u___ Sunrise Jamboree 4.30 Met. Opera. ABC ____ Sat at the Chase Blue-Gray Game Muslcana _
Italy, has been appointed general i .'. 630: Whoot'n Antic u____ Lily and Curly __ Newt-Reveille --. Farm New 4 45 Met Opera ABC n. Sat at the Chase Blue-Cray Game Musirana __
secretary of the Protestant Episcopal -i ance companies have escaped j ::'? 645 Morning Devotion __ UP &: AP New Reveille _. __-__- Georgia Playboys I 5 OO Saturday Concert n_ Phll.defiih1& :hBlu r"-Game-Ed..r l'fJh:; j., -;n
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Lee, who is slated to retire i 8.15 Small Stuff _un u.. Renfro Valley _u prchetra .___ ---.bert.Org'msl 6.JO Philo Vance _hUU_ Sport Pate of AlrTo..ne.s Orch. _u NBC Symphony _
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last September in recog-I Treasury is planning a __ ==:: ____ __ un_ .
Council 9 15 Who Knows - Before Dr Come 4 Knights Story Shop 7 3O The Whoot Owl Abe Burrows Newscope .-----_ Curtain T m. _
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in Texas organiz.1 figment of active imagination.The <:-::: :;' I 9 45 Tom Thumb Follle Birthday Party Helen Hall unh. Coffee With Conar 800 Tiger Den ___________ Cabin B-13 n____ Twenty Question Ma-Modern Mood
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I conclusions on recommendations ; : 10 30 Constant Invader __ Mary Lee Taylor Shady Valley Folks Archie Andrews 845 Saturday Swing Club Ned Calmer __.__ Concert Hour Mu.. Modem. Mood
Scripps Howard Columnist to the President on tax I .;;!:. 1045 High News Mary Lee Taylor Shady Valley Folks Archie Andrew I!i I 8.OO Gangbusters ABC _.- Joan Davis .n__. Stop- Me __ _ Hit:Parade91s .
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last Fall Despite Snyder's denial it is 11 30 Piano Playhouse. ABC Adventure' Club Say With Musts Smilin Ed M C'ne. 9 45 Murder &E: Mr. Malone Vaughn Monroe Name That Song WORE Jamb-re. .
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ings a "whitewashWinter ." "- 1'45 Our Town. Speaks ABC County Fair-Bands for Bonds Report on Europe 1200 Newa-The Owl Room News -- Sign Off --- New
the community property [split TOO Met Opera, ABC _._. Give &: Tak ____ Blue-Gray Game Music for Moment: 12 15 The Owl Room ..--.- Dance Orch '=:'=: Gene Krupa Or-h.
income] tax system to all 48 215 Met Opera. ABC __ Give &: Take Warney Ruhl Or Music for Moment 12 30 The Own Room ______ Dance Orch ____ Adrian R T loi
Garden 2'30 Met Opera. ABC u__ Country Journal Bob Leighton's Or To Be Announced : 4S The Owl Room _-____ Dance Orch. .___ ),III. Mtrtn t Km
States. These two changes would .; 2 45 Met opera. ABC n_ Country Journal Bob Ltighton Or To Be_Announced 100 Sign _u_______ News. _.___u__ New and Sign OU
cost the Treasury close to $3 billion Tod Met Opera, ABC _- Mather House P.rty BlueGraYGaoi.---or:: !1 of Nation-- I' Sign Off _____.__ _
Police BuildingIs annually. ; I

Life insurance companies. have I I I An Makes Radios and Phonographs


(Special Ordered to Orlando Morning Sold Sentinel) under avoided a provision income taxes of a this 1942 :year law. I m< ..n ......_ ._n.........__ .mn... mu..nmmnun 2 Lions ClubEntertained ]IADIIO I[)) ( ) THE LATEST HITS I RADIO SERVICEALL

\RET THE
which has forced the Treasury to HERMAN ROTH, WAR VETERAN who lost a leg as result of an '

WINTER GARDEN At a permit the escape.Detectives exploding land mine in the European Theater, repairs watchesat ByOwls REPAIR SERVICECall UNIQUE RECORD SHOP WORK GUARANTEED _ _
I
Winter Garden and
of the Delivery
meeting Herman's Loan Office, 37 W. Church St after completing "Scoffy" at 31 East ChurchPh I Pickup

City Commission this week, in InjuredBy a watchmaking course wjiich prepared? him for his new civilian Whoot BRITT'S 3-1618 11833) Open From 9 to 9 E. O. HODGE JR.
its last meeting of 1947, decisionwas 356 N.-Orange I
reached to sell the building Rioting Negroes I occupation. I! The Whoot Owls, Western Phone 2-3651 305 W Par

housing the police station on "* hand of radio station WHOO.

South Plant street. ST. LOUIS (UP] Three detectives LIGHT TOUCH WITH MINES NETS JOB entertained the Orlando Lions

The building was ordered sold were injured slightly I Club yesterday with Western
to the highest bidder. Sealed bids I when a crowd of more than 200 tunes, "hoe-down" music and

are to be given to City Clerk E. Negroes showered them with Amoutee Becomes Watchmaker I'' boogie-woogie.

M. Tanner and will be opened at I missiles yesterday after two patrolmen I Ij At the regular luncheon meeting
the Commission's next regular By A. RHODES CONKLIN JR. I! found that further amputation of 3
had killed a Negro in a 1 in the Chamber of Commerce
meeting on Jan. 12. I gun battle. TOr''-nrto Mom ng Sen'inel. Staff Writer! ( the limb was necessary. It was
The building, of wood frame Forty of the attackers were J Dismantling of enemy mines j;I while he was convalescing that 'chairman introduced Walter

structure, was ordered moved out jailed for investigation by an I and repairing of watches are jobs Roth became acquainted with the Speight Jr. general manager of .1 sToday's Radio Programs
of the fire zone in accordance estimated 50 policemen who that have something in common i. WHOO: Ted CoMngton. station
5 with city ordinance. -they both require steady program established by a watch i
rushed to the scene and restored George W. \ewhart.
announcer;
I i.oo) a m.-Sign On 1:30: p.m.-Our Town Speaks ABC
nerves and a light touch. firm to train amputees. He saw i WHOO .
During World War I numbersof order. Herman Roth has both but he I II advertising manager::: for .1.00) a m.-\\ hoot n Antics! 2DO: p.m.-Metropolitan Opera ABC
chance to to use the "lighttouch"
James 25 a put ABC net
Police said Taylor, I and Slocum Chapin.
.
6:00: am [Texas Company]
British infected much attacking the insides -County Newspaper
troops were 'was killed when he opened fire prefers I j which had stood him in work representative from New
Purcell 5:00 Concert
much less [ Company] : p.m.-Saturday
watch-it
with anthrax carried on shaving I of a is
at Patrolmen Leo Stewart and I such good stead in serv ice-and ; York. !\. Y.
I R; 1 i mhoot'n Antics 5:30 Cathedral Hour6.t.l
brushes imported from Japan. i likely to explode in his face. a : pm
Fred Beckmann who sought to i enrolled in the watchmaker I II The Lions Club quartet wa
I j . .
: 5:45 News
Roth is a watchmaker at Her i a m -Morning Devotions : pm Commentary ABC
question him and two other men I training s(",h xl. i a No on the program, singing:
man's Loan Office, 37 \V. ChurchSt. j -0: a.m.-News [American Laundry 6:00: p.m.-Supper Edition (Martie
DOWN TOWN leaving a tavern.Marshall ., a job he has held for two Roth, the Watchmaker, like several!' Christmas' carol & Cleaning Company] 'Williams Realtor)

Loeitcd OB the Patio weeks. While dismantling minesin I his nett hale tery much. Andit I Dr. John R. Keene. president 4 'j'oj; a m.-XVhoot'n Antics 6:15 p.m.-Sports Journal (Walter oG
Reached To Oversee Europe where he served' i i. one in which his artificialleg announced that the year 1017! had 7.10 a.m.-Shopper's Hayride Menges) Z
International
1 From 129 N. Oraoi sad the Combat Engineers he discovered !series as no handicap. j j"It's brought Lions I IMemer's: Grocery) 6.30: pm._Philo Vance
U West Waihlncton St. Winter/ Relief Monies I 'membership to 3T.5000: ) Keene DI:
OWL BOOK SHOP that he had the qualitiesthat "how = 8.00 am.-:Martin Agronsky (ABC 7:00 p.m.-Saturday Swing Club '
funny, Roth said. <
aid! the for 1 MS 400.000 O
goal is
WASHINGTON (AP) Pres. a watchmaker must have. I when I was receiving technical 10 Coop) I Violet Dell 730: p.m.-The Whoot Owls [Dixie e

Truman designated Sec. of State I| When an exploding mine mangled training in the Army I used:, : to Lion:: and urged Inca I members to. Florist I Ia Lilly Milling Company]
the membership
Marshall yesterday to supervisethe his left leg and he was returned -! think maybe I could put mynewlyacquired increase R 1 15; m.-Small Stuff 8:00: p.m.-Tiger Den vR.

uNSREANASLE $540 million Emergency Win. to the States he was ;: ability to gooduse o '.t ii:; a m-News Summary ABC 830: pm.-Saturday.Swing Club >,

50c. ter Relief Program for France plunged into a new profession afterward. Dismantling) amine Obermeyer Gets 0f'.OO, a m.-Who Knows? 9:00: p.m.-Gangbusters ABC [L. E. Fo -

I CRYSTALS Austria, Italy and China. The !ihe had never dreamed of in civilian I has a lot in common with 30 a m.-Tom Thumb Follies Waterman Company]

ORLANDO JEWELRY STORE three European nations will life. watchmaking-and it was good Red Cross Post 1000 a m.-U S. Navy Band ABC 9.30: pm.-:Murder and Mr. Malone

SWISS AND AMERICAN share $522 million in stopgap aid, I Roth, who entered" service in training too. You just had to 10:15: a.m.-Growing Pains [Orlando ABC [Wine Growers]

WATCH REPAIRING principally food, fuel and other October, 1910, first saw actionin have steady nerxes Even though::: I David H Obermeyer. associateof Tf Nurseries] 10:00: p.m.-Professor Quiz ABC

IM e. ...... (NUN Jackm) living necessities. Congress provided the Pacific lie was wounded I thought that maybe I might be Robert Hammond Advertising, 10.30 a m.-High News [American Oil Company]
$18 million for China. slightly; while serving therewith able to use this training never has been named public informa- 10:11:I; a.m.-Constant Invader 1030: p.m.-Hayloft Hoedown ABC
Combat Engineers : I tion chairman of the Orange
the 102d
dreamed I I'd he sitting at a 11:00: a.m.-Abbott & Costello 11:00: p.m.-News of Tomorrow
attached to the 27th : watchmaker's table." County Chapter of Red Cross, Si! 11.m: a m.-Piano Playhouse ABC 11:15: p.m.-Tris Coffin in Washington
DR. P. D. NAPIER Division, and was returned to I it was announced yesterday. 12:00: Noon Noon Edition ABC
the States to convalesce. Six I Until is no !stranger to Or- | Qbermeyer will be in chargeof 12:1j;
NERVE SPECIALIST : p.m.-League of Women Voters 1130: pm.Orange Blossoms
months later he was on his Ian do. He used to *iit herein co-ordination of informationon
CHIROPRACTOR 12:30: p.m.-The American Farmer 12-10O: MIdnight-News [Coliseum] a
DIAPER SERVICE way to England.: prewar| days. "'hilt"'ot ill in Red Cross activities for dissemination -
a ABC 12:05: a.m-The Owl Room (Coliseum] O
I Complete X-ray Laboratory I Serving there with the 698th!: statchntakingschool he learned through the mediumof
Per Heswrvatiana ee Immediate Deerery E 1:00: p.m-In Your Xame 1230: a.m.-The Owl Room O
PHONE 2-3357 531 Catheart St. Phone 2-4U7C Engineers Roth hit the beach of an opening at Herman's, the press and radio. foe 1:15: p.m.-Tuneful Trends 1:00: a.m.-Sign Off
with his outfit on D-day plus one. applied, and got the job. =

I I lie volunteered for extra hazardous Roth is married and the couple Red Cross To Present t o
C
-
duty that day and was assigned I has managed to locate an apartment > .E' x
NEW YORK CLEANERS HATTERS
& WHOa TodayIn :z:
to blowing mine approaches Into which they will move Program >>

YOUR DOWNTOWN CLEANERHats I in Normandy, I in a few da\s Their new ad- Your Name, the second in oo 1aI

Cleaned and Blocked Pressing While You Wait On D-plus-four-day, a buddy dress will be 711 Daniel St. I I a series dramatizing the servicesof I :- .
with his chest I a
Alterations touched off a mine the American Red Cross, will
Dry Cleaning a
was killed, and the blast shat- The ancestors of our present- be heard today over station
22 W. PINE ST. PHONE 4809 tered Roth's left leg. Four days I LPL : xO
I day goldfish) were originallygreen WHOO at 1 p.m.Irs.: Page Bus-
later he was evacuated to England in tolor sells radio chairman of the
and after two weeks was on
I
-
-- -- Orange County Chapter American
a., :' ...ray... This: way back to the States. ,.- Red Cross announced ;yes-
"The accurate compounding of your preseii- At Walter Reed hospital it was terday.

lion with the best quality drag Is my me 7-

I Important duty. .I drama chairman. More than 200 ships were dam i

I : Mrs. A. A. Stanley sang sev- aged by mines in the two years

Briar your next prescription to us, or ha r eral numbers and Mrs. Arthur 3 immediately after World War II.r5"M"5 I

your physician phone it to us for quick c Pratt accompanied her on the I II I
livery to piano. Mrs. Chester Connellyand :! '
roa"g r. Mrs. Kendall Jones narrators a
I! gave a resume of Christmas ; 4I VICTORY LARRY SCARBOROUGH ABBOTT & COSTELLO oa

MOSES PHARMACYNo. customs in different countries. I
The audience joined in the sing- HAT g 0:00 A M WHO KNOWS? Larry 11:00: AM: .-ABBOTT & COSTELLO Cx

1-1101 E. Colonial Dr. Ph. 2-3467 %? sargre ing of Christmas carols. Scarborough::: is quizmaster for a halfSHOV.. These well-known comedians s..

No. 2-308 S. range Blam. TrL Ph. 9552 Mrs. Bishop was general chair- M SHOP o hour quiz program between competing are strictly-Kid-conscious Their Youth Z

man and Mrs. Walter J. Patton, Y 231: South o Orange County elementary school Foundation is helping thousands of Oo
chairman of hospitality. Orange Ave : students from the 4th. 5th and 6th underprivileged children each year.o
Hats CtoancdC. Grades. This week. students from This program is directed to the youngsters a
Blocked
q Dry Cleaning, ; s. Ococe and Apopka will attempt to all over America with laffs
Pmting AV answer questions submitted by their a-plenty.

IMPORTANT NOTICEThe Alt.ratian"Fmsin9 White! fellow students. \i

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John Bravos. Mir ,

SAM BASS, Prop. Phone S-Ztel

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Office of This .AssociationWill >

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IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
Gallon, ex-WAC and University i- :
WEDNESDAY
DECEMBER 31stThe of Texas junior, has APPLIANCE CENTERS PROF. QUIZ
been elected commander of the NANCY DOUGLAS

details in preparation for the payment of I school's American Legion post E. JackioB Pboae 2-3734 9.00 P 1\1 G.'GBI"STERS.. This 10:00: PM-PROFESSOR Ql7.\ The

dividends! January 1st make this closing neces- I at Austin, the State capital sweet and demure young lady belies question and prize5- fly thick and
1 when fast on this gentleman show. So do
her appearance she steps before
sary. the GANGBUSTERS microphone to the answers [some right some J
wrong] but that makes for fine listening -
play the part of some tough gangster'smoll .
the one-the
entertainment
prison inmate or other part that as
only, the original Prof QUIZ puts
sends apprehensive ripples and :
OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY up contestants through their ,,
Installed paces.
2 4 HourServic down ;your spine. Hear her on America
TUESDAY. DECEMBER 30TH I a 's number one crime program. go::

ANDWEDNESDAY. ; Anywhere .

DECEMBER 31ST I a COMPLETE ABC PROGRAMS t's

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NATURAL GAS FOR o
y a
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MISS THESE
S.\FET1--\crount. in this association are fully insured up to $ ,OOO by !ii.,
an Instrumentality of the United States Government. YOUR HOME OR BUSINESSFASTER .
8:00 A.M. Martin Agronsky d
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COOKING I f' ;tEl' J

Saving is the Difference Between Wishing and HAVING e SILENT SERVEL REFRIGERATION 11:30 A.M. Piano Playhouse :;... C- -=r

ECONOMICAL WATER HEATING 12:30 P.M. The American Farmer c-&
1
MODERN AIR CONDITIONING .

First Federal Savings' & Loan Ass'n S CLEAN HOME HEATING 2:00 P.M. Metropolitan Opera

The Whoot Owls
7:30 P.M.

Natural Gas and Appliance Co.

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Published daily except Sunday. New Years Day. Fourtt Parley Stalemate A.p ff flAA Reader Wants Prices Jobs
THESE ARE THE} PET
of July labor Day. Thank lvin* and Chrtsunas. by HU1 14E HOUSE A wgECKAN SojusrflV' ,
Sentinel-Star Co. I Orlando Dally; New apen. Inc 1 at :S3a 5Cg-Ap.5FAN, AE cttEvgg'
DREW PEARSON NATION! '
South Orange Ave. Orlando FU. By GRIPES OF A : A CtE P60PYCatE$ gcsy cca $.' Held To Avoid WPAEditor
Entered as second-class matter at tM Port Office at MARSEILLE-During the London conferenceone NUMBERS % Huge
Orlando. Florida under the Act of Marco 3d. 1171. FIRST TEN iit-
U. S. delegate confided to a friend that we ON THE :IRK PARAPE.EtC.14YAQ1i.1iSALLE&ED : To some, the present-

TELEPHONES: Advertising. Want Ada flU Editorial.: have been scared stiff for fear the Russians : CAR day prices may be prosperity but I
General Information J-1WI. 3R *
Subscription Price 3Se per wk, ll-SO per mo. e would take us up on our plan for unifying Germany TOONIST RECEIVES THOUSANDS L's'S'tv'I.\I\ r- -I to many it spells only inflation.

If they did, I don't know where we'd be OF SU66EST10MS FORTHEyU: 00 _ _ _ Hardly a day goes by but what

MAITIN ANSCKW. Eerroe 22 fusLisiin Fortunately, the Russians weren't smart enough rr ftIE TIME' FROM READERS (QWEWID (REcEiVED %8 TIMEJ) some of the stable commoditiesI I

C. W. LIHITT. But. MIL MIlTON J. AUSTIN. An. Mu.LAIL and the London Conference of Foreign Minister- OF 450 NEWSPAPERS. enIJUST A SUGHT .IRW I ] go up a cent or two and the
HOISMAH. MAul" E* HINIT BALCH. ESTTORIM DUKTOSrUsoi ,
HAMHTOM. CIL Ms NO SUT COMSOHHI Sec.-TalAl. ended in a stalemate-exactly what the United NATURALLY! MAWV LETTERS small man on a fixed income is I

J. W. LIMMON. City CM. Met. CMAHH MIM.IM, PUll Sun. I States wanted.In CONTAIN IDENTICAL 6RIPES- forced to cut his budget a bit

ROSHT F. WAITO. CIAM. MiL R. T Miu. Trro Sun.e other words, the USA. has put itselfin THIS VEAB JUST FOR FUN," closer. The whole thing sums up ._4i4'.

the unenviable position of not wanting a peace TABULATED THE IDEAS THAT _ _ _
t to one answer: a cutback to old
CAME IN MOST FCEQUENTiy.HERE ( ?
Member of The Associated Press treaty for Germany-the same !
The Associated Press Is exclusively! entitled obstructionist position it has accused ARE THE FIRST TEN/? levels or have the thing bursts
to the use for republic:abon of all ,
face It would betterto
news dispatches accredited to it or not Russia of occupying for SUGCrsTONS ,( in our seem I I THINK YOU!
accredited to this and hold prices and jobs than a
atherwise paper the last two )'ears. Pleas make your PUBLIC

AU also lights the local for: re-publication news published of herein special All this boils down to the resi i.pAu. AciD') & THE FiEND NEXTOOOftUVtOWMT? I 1tuN2)'] "f HE DAMES WITH (JMBRELLAS I ,, mammoth \\'P A. I THOUGHT letters brief We

: dispatches herein ar. also reserved. fact that Gen. Marshall is convinced 'tbJVE I V>A3 VALKAMD IS H.T.P. would like them typewritten
USflhl. # "J1'
a U540g14E AWM54eua I double spaced,. if possible. **
that the four
once zones
SAT. DEC 27 1947
PAGE 4 a Addressee Makes THE EDITOR.
KEEP WOO VOJ Wrong
of Germany are unified, the Russians r ''as rta.sH I
I will soon dominate all Germany d (4i ) i.5rse OUT IN THE Profit for T8 CampaignEditor

t Thus, for two long years fi (64$) : I ha e taken the liberty I' tax and the sales tax which burdened -

Our Program I I'I Ithe U. S. A. has been harping on WUST HAPPENED TO"WAT IHE FEMALE BOTTLENECK to sell the Christmas Seals to I :North Dakota residents

1 Elimination of Political Job Duplication. the idea of unifying Germanyand 50* I (SAVE MX) MONDA/5 WHOS ALWAYS Navy personnel stationed herein :Minnesota had none of this
GoverameatTODAY'S now we are worried sick for Trinidad that YOU ent: to MrW ,
Lower Taxes Efficiency w FUM0LIN6 IN HER Even after mv retirement and
*fear it will be unified. L. Stevens 1307 22d
St, Orlando -
PURSE IM TOOILEY5 .- coming to Florida to make my
Pearson This reversal of position to -
BOSSES MkETe- Fla.Bf'fore permanent home the North Dakota .
THOUGHT some extent is a reflection on ourselves)' we were transferredhere tax papers .followed me to be
Hearken unto this 0 Job: stand still and con at least 50 per cent. I CECEWED 1.23Z TIMES) j) we lived in Jacksonville and filled out. but I was exempt.

sider the wondrous works of God. Job 37:14.: on leaving our forwarding address Mv advice
It boils down to two facts: i -- -- - to the citizens of
we at times also receive Florida
is this-keep from
1-\\'e know the Russians have done a better away
God moves In a mysterious way job politically *n their zone than we have in ours 'FRANKLIN ROOSEVELT KILLED HIMSELF TRYING'FDR ;, this other Stevens' mail. So rather the sales tax except to go to the

His wonders to perform; This doesn that the Germans love them I than return the seals at a lossI polls: to vote against it It
He plants his footsteps in the tea mean sold them and trust: :you will makes the man with a laige
but does that the Russians have carefully
And rides upon the storm.-Cowper. it mean orders Brilliant Erratic-Stimson accept the enclosed money order family pay the bill and e\erv
built German Army, trained to take '
up a for the 200 seals which were in merchant is a bookkeeper for the
from Moscow. Also, they have indoctrinated -, the letter from you to the other Government without pay Be

The Communists and Greece some thousand able German leaders with enough I WASHINGTON (WPl] The late I the way for any given specific' grown to hate Stilwell even as.. :Mr Stevens sure' vou know what YOU want

Communist allegiance to gradually take over the : Pres. Roosevelt was regarded! bv' .:tcp, hut in -.0 doing he was likely Stilwell had giown to hate him."' MRS W. L. STE\ENS before you get into it or "\ou

THE BRAZEN COMMUNIST uprising in other zones of Germany once Germany is unified. his wartime Secretary of \"arHearv to tie his' ('\\ n hands: for the He -,1\, :': hiang "hamstrung' Trinidad will be sorry."

was not unexpected to first-hand 2-\Ve know from experience that the Rus- L Summon as a brilliant future using honeyed and consoling Stilwells efforts to train and develop J. C. BEACH

observers. sians will be absolutely ruthless in opposing the I hut erratic strategist who tried: :- words: that would returnto a modern Chinese Army fxperienced Payer Tells St. Cloud.

Republican Cong. Tom Jenkins recent U. S. A., once Germany is unified In other words, to keep all the strings in his own i plague): him later. and supported. the I*. S. general
Orlando theoretically, American newspapers would then hands and personally overrodehis I As outstanding examples of chiefmcncan foe-Maj. Gen. G i Sales Tax Evils Hat Doffed to GeorgiaFor
through
visitor following a junket circulate in the rest of Germany, but they I top military advisers. on some FDR penchant for taking stra- Claire Chennault. pre-war leader ,' Frtitoi;: I hear so much about
Europe. told some Orlandoans a week ago wouldn't-they would disappear in sewers. of the most important decisions!; tcgic decisions into his own of the Flying Tigers and commander taxes of every description. I am Highway Law Stand
-that troubles were multiplying on the Hel- of World \\'ar II I hands. Stimson cites the Allied of the L. S. 14th Air unlike Will Rodgers who alwayssaid Editor: We are strange

lenic peninsula. Theoretically! also, American businessmen I That appraisal of the late : planning for the European and force in China. all he knew 'was what he animals VA'e meet a lady on the

"We have supplied and equipped the could do business in the Russian zone' but thf'Yrouldn't President is given in ;n biography China campaigns. :VIr. HfM'\eli. be rites, in- read in the newspapers! "for sidewalk and respectfully tip our

Greek Army but we can't make it fight -obstacle' after obstacle would be' I of the war veai'.. entitUd On Ac I Mr Roosevelt he says, decided sNted' on sending bis own obseivrrs now I want to say mv bit about hat. Next day while doing 80
placed in their wa)'. I live Service wnttin b\ Stimsonin upon the Anglo-American inasion to liin.i. movt of the sales tax and'I did not readit miles on the highway we meet.
he said. collalxirntion \' of North Africa in the whom sent link unf.notablei her and :squeeze her off the road*
the
"I asked several Greek officers why they Theoretically, also, Americans could travel allover ( with :AlcCeorge rail of 1 HI)U over the objections poils allOo't SI hut"II and I in lied papers in North Dakota for into a side ditch and send her

didn't do something to round up and eliminate a unified Germany. Actually. they would be I I Bundv of lIar- ot both Simeon and Gen Mar eventuall t >' led to his lemoVMlfrom many years and that State is to the hospital or morgue.

the bandits who terrorize the farmersin arrested or kicked off trains on phony pretexts. I \-rnh'ersitv .-ball then 1. S. Chief of Staff the' China command. 'famous as being tax minded.. If the officer interfere. we
So despite weeks of London deliberations the for publication who (autionod that the undertaking On other personalities with 'cuss':!'; them for doing their
North the sales
Greece. Their answer was 'we'll Anyhow tax was put '
i
United States, Germany and Russia are right ; in book form was nsky' and would whom he had official contact ,across without allowing the sworn duty. If other motorists

get to it eventually. back where they started at Potsdam in the Summer i bv Harper and l u'rtP postponement of the :Nor during the war years, Stimson people to vote on it. After get treat our wives that Way we

The Ohio politician believes that a of 1945 All the talk at London all the hours Bro: nextpril 111lI1dy 1 inclines then planned had thisto say: I! tine it. thev were not satisfied "cuss" the officers for not doing

stronger Greek Government would put our used up in interpreting speeches. all the money !' The first of a f<.r the Summer of 1943 :Marshall "I have never i until it was put to a vote. The o their duty.

dollars and guns to better use. Undoubtedly spent on cablegrams Washington giving i series of excerpts S'im..onHitf''' that had he known a man who seemed so' North Dakota txoundheads"' voted -! What kind of officers do we

he's right. It's hard to arouse enthusiasm minute details of the conference. all the hotel i from the or (icu VI
among the Greek masses for an unpopular bills rolled up by delegates-all went for nothing I I biography a p- at the time they would American spirit . the "finest' they found out as Joe Louis did made travel-safe without the
North Africa '
the Ian hate ruled out the soldier I have known.
ever
in
I .
pear aid of
In fact the American knew Ion Dec 5 that they had hold of vigilant and efficient effleers'
King and Queen. delegation it wouldbe i
uarv issue of the assault and Murk to the Constantine: Oumanskv. war- '
g = in the position of admitting it publicly.So. something that was hard to let
i Ladies' Home Stimson 1911 schedu'e' for the invasion time Soviet ambassador to the Such officers
loose of. should have the
Miami Beach Gets a Break as the' last day of the conference' armed, Journal :Mondav under the title of \orthein' riame, one' year United States: "A rather slick i The North Dakota buying pub- sympathetic co-operation of the
Time of Peril.Stimson before it actiiilli took lilace.Bitt. and unscrupulous gentleman I
the British Foreign Minister remarked' "Is I llic
who lived along the Red traveling public and not be mnm
CURRENT ISSUE of Life Magazine writes enthusiastiralh -I h as. FDR and'ins- have been: told who used to be- '
THE there' anyone Mho would rare' to suggest a date' I i River began crossing over into idated by a few vociferous speed
of rDRs qualities of leadership ton hurchili then British Prime long to the OGPl'-the secret police -
practically a house for Miami "
organ for reconvening this! conference' ? | Minnesota a :State: that had no maniacs.
and he rates him as tHe :Minister: both leaned toward the of Russia. -and had had a
Beach. sales tax] to buy their A Congressman Is elected to
goods.
Marshall looked away. Foreign Minister Bi- : biggest inclix'ulual fa<'tor in the :Mefl'trrrane;' operation. The lather brutal record" so I
In an issue which contains little adver- Xorth Dakota tried to stop the make the law. not to break the
dault sat. arms folded staring straight ahead j grand alliance that led$ to the brmMi lie sa iv s. opposed the Adm. 1* rancois Darlan. the
tising [the post-Christmas breather] 16 :Molotov pretended not to hear and thus destitution of the AXIS Powers. plan to imade Fiance in 1913) : Vichy French commander in deliver of Minnesota\ : purchased law: to serve the public. not to
E'nde..11 I goods. Then we to drive slay the public. Hats off to feor
pages in color are devoted to the Florida the long-awaited. much-adertisea conference of Rut he belietes the late and were !looking for "an easy: North Africa: 'Had an unsavory began
.
Gold Coast. foreign ministers to I President had **a weakness for : way of ending the war withouta record , but only Darlan was ;I our own cars across and bring gia for trying to make her highways -
arrange a peace treaty for ( back what we purchased. safe for Florida tounsts
snap dr<'iMonn" and a deep trans-channel assault. able to swing to the side of the
Life calls Miami the I
Babylon of the USA Germany and Austria.
The tax laws became so drastic I will March Through Gear-
<'nnfiden' in Ins 0\\ n capabilities ( IIMI'<'lull. Stimvon says, feared invading armies the armed
and says "despite its profligacy, ostenta- Now \\wonder what will hal'prnhrn the that ni.ide him reluctant I the' liinnrl vtould be' "fullof forces. and the civil admmistra that I moved to Minnesota\ to gia" on my return home
tion and Miami Russians get wise and quit talking about get away from the State income TAR HFFT: ,
each
venality year managesto rep to transmit aiithciitt to others. I ('()llO.E' of defeatedllies.. tion of French North Africa . .
make two million visitors so carefree that arations.! I Franklin Roosevelt as a war The formerar :Secretary: acknowledges whatever his sin. the admiral in -- --

the extraction of $220 million from their Their demand for reparations gave the American time international leader proved I freely that with no his last months: did distinguished IN THESE DAYS OF INTERNATIONAL TENSION

pockets for the experience is practically delegates the excuse they wanted for dead himself as good as one man could man did he have sharper differences service in fighting the war." :
locking the conference. l>e-but one man was not enoughto than with Churchill but Marshal Henii retain, the I

painless. I IRosy keep track of so vast an undertaking he: holds that the British Premier now.imprisoned head of Vichy Nationwide Sky Patrol
Early word from Miami this season is -<,heekNt Bidault is now off the fence i I :' Stimson avs I I ranked !second" only to FDR in fiance--"\\hate\er his effort I Urged_

that the extraction of tourist millions is far regarding Russia. while brusque Ernie Bevin is "One' man could not do it all," j.I his contribution to- the Axis defeat of |>olic)' ami whatever his failIng CHICAGO [tI.'Pl] A scientist : to get hvstencal because of our"" ,

from as easy as usual. on. Hitherto it was Bidault who was always trying : he' adds, "and Franklin Roosevelt I 1 I fiom simple' senility, Petam recommended yesterday the establishment failure to explain some simple
to conciliate between Russia Killed himself trjing." I i In the China theater. Stimson was an honest !servant of of
and the U. S. a coasttocoastsky phenomenon. well known to us
I I
He draws a sharp comparison believes FDR greatest mistakewas I-iame.' patrol. charged with the dutyof but not understood by the -
Colleges Picking and Choosing Fearful' of the general
French Communists! Bidault between FDR and his distinguished failing to put full confidencein Harry Hopkins-"Hopkins was determining whether flying public."'
played a straddling; game; -tried to please both (cousin Theodore. who the late (;('n. Joseph '\'. Still- an extraordinary figure: he posses -
WOtNGSTERS GETTING READY objects may be rockets meteors, VAjlie recalled that meteors
for the U. S. S. R. and the U. S. .A. gave Stimson his: real start in well. whom Stimson assigned' to ".ed a mind of unusual: quickness I'
I higher education these days have a politics From what he knew of I 1 I represent the United States in and flexibilitj and a sure :, atom bombs-or imaginary flying had been mistaken for airplanes

much rougher road to travel than did the Now, with the French Communists on the both men. Stimson concludesthat that area.StilwelFs. judgment of both men and af-|i saucers I crashing in flames, that the

prewar crop of college aspirants. downgrade. Bidault is frankly and openly pro-I Teddy Roosevelt 0 u I d ., job was to strengthen fairs. In his diary Stimson :'I This expert on meteor, Dr. 1 planet Venus had been mistaken
American. Bevin the other '! C C. AT 'lie of the' Universityof for comet. He said the first
on hand, has become ) a
done think of
Colleges are crowded. Deans able have 'a letter and more the Chinese armies and bring;: wrote "The more I it. '
are to more cautious. : clean-cut ''oh than FOR in handling their great potential strength to the more I think it is: a GodsendI: Iowa told the American 1'flj ing saucer" report probablywas
pick and choose the students they desire. A :rear ago Bevin was bald and blunt about the 'risis of 1911 when the bear against the Japanese: and that he (Hopkins) atf:I Association for the .Advance- based on the mistaken iden

The ability to pay for an education no longer his anti-Sovietism )tut he has suddenly become United States w is preparing to Stimson contends it was the the White House." 1 nient of Science that such a titv of an airplane.

means that a student will be admitted. cautious. believes Russian backs should be face the issue of war. I hardest. task assigned to any Joseph V. Stalin-A man who ,[I patrol il needed in "these das He said that a group of Iowans

Grades and aptitude 'now are the big scattered somewhat. This is partly because TC'ddRoo..f',pit, he says, I American commander. could not be "fool Nt." I of international tension." already had set up a system: of

things. Bevin doesn particularly like Americans, partly would have taken direct action ,, "His enemies," Stimson I Charles De Gaulle-A man of I I He chided his fellow astronomers gathering; reports of flying objects

Parents and teachers alike should because Russia has just made tremendous strides, to conume the American people I writes of Millnel!, "were of "arrogance and touchiness," hardto and meteor experts for not in the sky, and the plan

this condition point in winning over British public their duty was! to enter the ,: four kinds-Japanese!" Chin- get along with but nevertheless -i(i having a quick explanation of might well serve as a model fora
out by trading
to high school and prep :500,000> bushels of wheat opinion war against! tI.f',1.' ... I I I ese! British awl American." the genuine symbol of I the 'flving saucers' that were national patrol under the direction .
school to the British for British
youngsters. Realization that grades machinery. Franklin Roosevelt was not lie says :Stilwells: chief Chin- French resistance. II|I I reported in virtually all sectionsof of the American Meteor-

must be up to snuff if a student is to get This made that wav With unequalled ese foe was Gen. Chiang Kai- Pierre Laval-"A mere Quisling the country last Summer. He itical Society

into college will save many a heartache and I loan deal is peanuts compared with the U. S. political skill he could pave shek. the autociat . who had ." I said the mass hysteria could I "To cover the nation effectively
to Britain but
it came at a crucial time and "
--- --
said "we
disappointment later. have been prevented had a sky he are suggestinga
_!has made a dent on British public opinion. patrol been operating national director, several} regional -
THE GALLUP POLL DIPS INTO A POLITICAL SEE-SAW
"In these days of international directors. and a consider

:INTERPRETING THE NEWS ON EUROPEAN RECOVERY PROGRAM ,I tension"' he said, "it seems that able number of volunteer workers. .

as a matter of national security, .
I Michigan Voters Lean To GOP we must be ready to recognize '
I' I I "Ai volunteer workers we
.Sale Of 200 FreightersConsidered Risky authentic robot high reports speed of V-2 bombs'j, 'I could expect; to have eventually -

I science' teacher in
a << prao-
I By GEORGE GALLUP I I IC ": ally Republican State if we judge bomlvcarrjing balloons seen in
I r
By CLARKE BEACH be saved about $650 million ini I vessels the Marshall plan r A-,-. -c., I h;" .'e PoC : 0- :-1 I h\ the last 12 presidential elec the air." I II i tically every college; and high
nations and number of cooperative -
( | school a
A ,- '
A'ie Anc v"l; 19448-1951 if the 16 nations had' expect to have ;53600000 PRINCETON X J.-\Iichigan. TODAY tIi1.( I Wjlie said the' present national I I observers of thc
Ship operators and maritime 500 PARTY ST The Democratsarried. it onlv ..
more hulls in which to do deadweight tons of I policy "is to ignore re-
unions are brewing a tempest their own hauling. 1951. In 1938 their shipping merchant bv outstanding example of a seesaw M\\ EIoC"-___'AI. lIOns} three time while the G.O.P. won |ports of objects seen in the U. R. Weather Bureau.'

over one phase of Pres. Tru I 2-ERP funds would be fleets totaled only 46.200.000 tons. I state politically, is today (/9 eight time
mans long-range European recovery ; stretched to the extent of the Their plan now is to build ships I leaning toward the Republicansin of Teddy Roosevelt [Bull provision. for finding the "real whom questions on celestial phe-

program (JERP]-the pro- : money saved. Scarce steel wouldbe I faster in the next few years than the 1948 presidential race. j Moose ticket) carried it in 1912. facts" back of the reports. nomena naturally come, where

posed .sale of 200 U. S. freighters :I preserved for other uses if the they did even at the wartime Interviewing of a crosssectionof I I We believe our citizens have there is no astronomer in the
Jo the 16 participating nations nations could postpone some of I voters throughout the State plenty of real troubles without community."

and the temporary transfer of I their own shipbuilding. I peak.On shows that a small majority 'Important'Birth adding the burden of imaginary Under Wylie's plan. the national -

::300 more i I Opposition to this angle of 0 of account of its high cost!" would favor the Republican par dangers, and that in these daysof director would have several -
operation the'
The' volume of cargoes; for the transfer, however, alreadyis Merchant Marine, has American I ty if a presidential: election were Eyed robot planes, bomb-carrying associates, including an

American ships is dmpping.ateadily developing; across the Atlantic. been' national always being held today balloons, ".2 bombs and atomic astronomer, a psychologist and
representatives' of Loud protests have been a problem. Of four large States whose bombs neither individuals nor I whatever technicians, computersand

the operators, and if foreign voiced in the British press The Government is subsidiz- i presidential sentiments have By Dr. DendyJust communities should: be allowed secretaries are required.

nations are' now supplied with I against any curtailment of ing both ship operation and shipbuilding I been reported in recent weeks by

500 of our ships they will be I British shipbuilding projects. for the sake of national i the Intitute1ichi2an is the as a birth thousands of OUR BOARDING HOUSE
enabled to carry about one- When representatives of the defense and the country's man- I only one in the Republican column years ago is the occasion for I

fourth of the cargoes now Paris Committee of European time prestige. I The four Christmas: celebrations. so one or
Shipped American bottoms. Cooperation were asked about I. The Maritime Commission I more births of 1917 may be the I LIKED ; 1 OH+ I LIKE) ro KAVE 'iOuBErTER
About :,135 dry reducing their ship construction which for years has had to deal "If a presidential' election MICHIGAN VOTERS really important' phase. of the WHEN THEM BREAK MW-4E Wi.V. .
cargo !ships with the were held today, which party polled by CT TO'15cRiPAND BUT 'tJ' NEVER
and tankers now fly the U. S. programs they replied that U S. problem of fostering year the Dr. Marshall C. Dendy ro ENOUGh ti AIa
would for NEWUK.E
U s. I )OU vote the' Democratic : the Gallup Poll indicates a 'iOU PtAP St.IMP'ed
| i i i a Merchant Marine wenton told the Kiwanis Club yesterday. -
flag. war-built vessels would not substitute or the Republican?" tI'4JOY! NOW THIS ALL 'iEA 'ID nVEl4'tOu
I for the ships they are ', record a month ago as opposed I preference for the GOP in the I Birth of a person destined to ) GOTHR000M THETIMEJgrln1t 6ET TMEMA
The operators say that for lack to any further sale or Dem Rep. 1948 Presidential race. bring new blessings! : to the world, 1.01 0' Mi6EY
of cargoes business for American building. which are generally : transfer of vessels: to foreigners. !| :Michigan .........._m....... 47% 53% I he said. easily could overshadow FOR ME)
faster and include many specialized Nework ...._..... .. 47 I .
shippers has been for I 53 living elsewhere hare the' impression
contracting Under I view of
I the ship sales act of in the history !such thingsas
They will needan II
the tvpes ......... 51 49 ,
past six months. They point I I Pennsylvania that it is a hlghlI '
up-to-date fleet. they said. if I 1946, moreover' no vessels can the grain speculation reelations -! -
out that in that period they have I they are to achieve a favorable I be chartered to foreigner: If i,Ohio 51 49 I urbanized State. I or failure of a peace talk
The last elec-
turned back I I two presidential
nearly 350 vessels competitive world I chartering is contemplated the I II I Actually. the three big cities of i
they had position in tions Michiean were photo- In 1SO, he said, the world
chartered from the law would have to be changed.The Michigan Detroit Flint and ,
Maritime Commission commerce I finish affairs. Wendell Aillkie /:::: thought Napoleon's continued
the because : One highly placed ERP expert Harriman Committee carried the State for the Republicans Grand Rapids account for only advances! were the news! but
ships could not be
profitably operated sees considerable justification which reported to the President I in It to with a tiny fraction about 40 per cent of the State's of more' effect' on the future' of
for this position. The whole on foreign aid. recommended sale population and votes. The rest is humanity were births that year
Both CIO and AFL t I over 00)( per cent of the vote.
Maritime I,[I purpose of the Marshall plan. of vessels: to the Marshall\ plan In 1944, however, :Michigan wentDemocratic made up of medium-sized cities, of Lincoln and Glad-t<-one.' i
Unions I
already fcced with large- 'I he points out is to enable the : nations. But it made a strong towns and rural areas. These latter -
scale I also by the narrow- i In what has; become an annual
ranks unemployment in their : 16 nations to rebuild their prewar -I point of insisting that no ship; I est of margins. The history of theStates form a Republican stronghold affair Dr. Dendy, his daughter, I . 415ntn -
say that if 500 vessels industries, and one of theI : be sold if they increased the aggregate -, presidential voting since While Wayne County, Miss Nancv and his son Marshall -

were transferred to foreign oper I most important is the building of European tonnage 1932 is shown below. Michiganhas which contains Detroit votes Jr. filled most of the pro- iI
ators, from 20.000 to 25,000 of and operation of ships. Foreign nations should the overwhelmingly Democratic in
get
I 19 electoralotes.. gram time with a group of musical -
their officers and seamen wouldbe I Before the' war those' 16 nations I ships. the committee said only HOW MICHIGAN VOTED I' presidential elections ((61 per numbers, instrumental and
"beached." They intend to I had '75 per cent' of the if they proportionately curtail [Major Party Vote] cent in 1941), this vote is largely vocaL
make a stiff fight to at least reduce world's !ship building their offset by Republican ballots elsewhere I
; ; capacity.Both own ship construction %;; Dem.cf; Rep : Kiwanians elected L.1.. Robertson

the number of vessels I union leaders and ship I plans; 1932 ...__............. 541 45.9 i in the State. Chesley G. Magruder and

which are transferred. operators concede the right of "The United States needs an 1936 _...?_........... 59.2 40.8 Hence the' Republican lead Krantlev Burcham trustees for
Officials working under the foreign shipbuilders and opera- active Merchant Marine for national -: 1.10! .. ... 40! S ,-At 2l in t Mla>"'" |H>II is, not surpus- Oi-lando; Day uNery.
State Department on ERP say tors to regain the proportion of ) defense and we must not (05 4r ;T Ing, in view of the rural and (1.7RWI.I.W'4

there: are two reasons for the the world business they had in 'reate conditions in which th.iVIer Because of Michigan's; fame small.town character of muchof More man one.half ot the pop- ,

: proposed transfer pre-war years. <'ham Marine cannot surrve as a manufacturing and Indus the state ulation of 28 of the 48 States . '- ptR 9ELL.5 ,.:..'= _
American taxpayers would But even without the 500 *' the committee reported. trial center many Americans In tart Michigan is a tradition- iiveu in rural areas in 1940 -


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Published A Oy except Sunday. New Years Day Fourtk Parley StalemateBy Reader Wants Prices Jobs'I
of July. Labor Day. Thanksgiving aDd Chriitma by THESE ARE THE PET __ A b4UR1 h4E HOJSE AR wiEcKMD SO ,

South Sentinel-Star Orange Co.Ave.(Orlando. Orlando Daily Fla.Newspaper Ine] at 138 DREW PEARSONMARSEII.LEDuring GRIPES OF A NATION! 1 wgftSS .' CtiQ .ceovycctgs AEOd.EVER eoc'y ccwEs-
Held To Avoid WPAEditor
Entered as second-class matter at the Post Office at the London conferenceone Huge
FIRST TEN NUMBERS
Orlando. Florida under the Act of March 3d. UTS

U S. delegate confided to a friend that we CN) THE :IRK PARADE.E4CI4WAQ1I4ISALLE&ED To some, the present- -

General TELEPHONES Information: Advertising.3-1681 Want Ads tIll Editorial.TT5: have been scared stiff for fear the Russians CARTOONIST : day prices may be prosperity butto s- I II Io

Subscription Price 35c per wk. 11.30 per mo.afcJP" would take us up on our plan for unifying Germany f RECEIVES THOUSANDS many it !spells only inflation

If they did, I don know where we'd be OF SUGGESTIONS FORlHEylL _ _ _ _ _ Hardly a day goes by but what II

MA TIN A..s.... EMTO AM* Fuiusiin Fortunately, the Russians weren't smart enough IT EVERY TIME- FROM READERSOF (Q4tD t (grcriw %s TIMES some of the stable commoditiesf I
C. W. Liam Bus. M' MIlTON J. AUSTIN. AIT MM. 450 NEWSPAPERS.
and the London Conference of Foreign Minister! F I go up a cent or two and the
anItJUST
.
foUL HOMKAN, MAHA IH E* HINIT BALCN. EBITOHIAI DittCTO I A SLIGHT TRW
HAICM. H OI&.TON. Cio Mea NOMUT COMIONNI.SK.-TitAS.J ended in a stalemate-exactly what the United NATURALLY! MAMV) LETTERS 1'5R0MD64'EP'E small man on a fixed income is I

W. LtMMON. Cmr Cia. M..... CMAKKS MIBLIM, Pius Sun. I States wanted. CONTAIN. IDENTICAL GRIPES.; forced to cut his budget a bit

ROlin F. WAITU. CulL M..... R. T. MILLS Two Sun. I In other words the USA. has put itselfin THIS VtAR JUST FOR FUN,WE closer. The whole thing sums up

the unenviable position of not wanting a peace TABULATED THE IDEAS THAT _ _
to one answer a cutback to old
CAME IN MOST: FREQUENTLV.:
Member of The Associated Press treaty for Germany-the same :
The Associated Press is exclusively entitled obstructionist position it has ac HERE ARE THE FIRST TEN.I' -I levels or have the thing bunt
to the use for publication of all q29
news dispatches accredited to it or cused Russia of occupying for 5 SUGGESTlG in our face It would !seem betterto I THANK YOU!

G otherwise the local accredited news to published this paper herein::J J11M the last two :years. .i4T me TtvitS rm>K Tt.fc j q 7 ***97 t"Ine ___ic'_________________ hold prices and jobs than a Please make your PUBLIC

All rights for publication of special All this boils down to the &(SET EM UPAU. AROUND*) FIEND NEXT 11 IHE DAMES WITH UMBRELLA5. I p mammoth, PA. I THOUGHT letters brief. We

dispatches herein are also reserved fact that Gen. Marshall is con- \lHiSH DRINK SH ON ME. xDoo, W4-IO tXAPE wAhrTc 4LjP. Lg'j. .!_ WMO WALK H.T.P. would like them typewritten.
edjU5tflt.
( double
winced that the four ; UNDER THE AWMlNt.5' spaced if possible. s a
once zones !
PAGE 4 SAT.. DEe. 27, 1947 cO VW I Wit WAN,57 9'f.' ,
of Germany are unified, the Rus 1 BUCN HIS TRASH ; $ :"AND KEEP RO WU Wrong Addressee Makes THE EDITOR.

sians will soon dominate all Ger _rp I.. | OUT N THE RAINWUT -* Profit for 76 CampaignEditor
I _ _
I I many.. Thus, for two long :3ears SSSSSSr tf.l (641)i Mtfffl : I have taken the liberty tax and the :sales tax which bur

Our Program !the U. S. A. has been harping on HAPPENED TO THST I V .eOTT.E.Al lfu to sell the Christmas Seals to I dened North Dakota residents

I Elimination of Political! Job Duplication. I II the idea of unifying Germanyand 50* I GAVE VOO MWnA?> M ALKAVS J4GECElVED Navy personnel stationed hereIn :Minnesota had none cf this.
NECK v os
Lower Taxes. Efficiency. Governmeat.TOD now we are worried sick for FUMBLING WfCCJ. .J Trinidad that YOU sent to MrV Even after my retirement and
I
fear it will be unified. PURSE NI 'TTOLLE T4' \ I__ Stevens 1307 22d St.. Or- coming to Florida to make my
Pearson This reversal of position to
I Undo Fla.Before _
tETS-
POSSES, permanent home the North Dak-
.AY'S THOUGHT some extent is a reflection on ourselves)' NEAB.J we were transferredhere ota tax papers followed me to be

Hearken unto this 0 Job: stand still, and con- at least 50 per cent. 1 1.23Z TIMES) :, we lived in Jacksonville and filled out, but I was exempt.

sider the wondrous works of God.-Job 37:14.: _ address :
It boils down to two facts: on leaving our forwarding Mv advice to the citizens of
I '; we at times also receive Florida is this-keep from
done better away
have
1-VA e know the Russians a
God moves in a mysterious way job politically *n their zone than we have in ours 'FRANKLIN ROOSEVELT KILLED HIMSELF TRYING1JDR I I this other Stevens mail So rather the sales tax except to go to the

His wonders to perform; This doesn mean that the Germans love them I than return the seals at a lossI polls to vote against! it, It
He plants his footsteps in the sea sold them and trust YOU will makes the man with a large
that the Russians have carefully
but it does mean
And rides upon the storm.Cowper.The Brilliant Erratic-Stimson accept the enclosed mon'ey order family pay the bill and every
built up a German Army, trained to take orders '
for the 200 seals which were in merchant is a bookkeeper for the
from Moscow Also, they have indoctrinatedsome ., the letter from YOU to the other Government without pay Be

Communists and Greece thousand able German leaders with enough I WASHINGTON [rPl] The late t the way: foi any given specific crown tf) hate Stilwell even as Mr Stevens!' sure" you know what you want _ _

Communist allegiance to gradually take over the : Pres Roosevelt was regarded h- -;{ep. hut in -O lining he was likely Stilwell had grown to hate him. MRS.V.. L STE\EXS before you get into it or "vou
THE BRAZEN COMMUNIST: uprising in other zones of Germany once Germany is unified. | his wartime Secretary \\'ar. to tie his own hands for the lie -.s: (Chiang "h mistrungStilwells Trinidad will be sorr)'."

was not unexpected to first-hand 2-We know from experience that the Rus- I Henry L Summon as a brilliant future using honeyed and consoling efforts to train and develop J. C. BEACH

observers. sians will be absolutely ruthless in opposing the hut erratic strategist who triedto words that would returnto a modern Chinese Army Experienced Payer Tells St. Cloud.

Republican Cong. Tom Jenkins, recent USA., once Germany is unified. In other words, I keep all the strings in his own i, plague him later. and supported the L. S general

Orlando visitor following a junket through theoretically, American newspapers would then hands and personally overrodehis I II As outstanding examples ofrDRs chief American foe-'Iaj. Gen Gi Soles Tax Evils Hat Doffed to GeorgiaFor

told circulate in the rest of Germany, but they top military advisers on some penchant for taking stra- Claire Chennault. pre-war leader i Fditor:: I hear so much about
Europe. some Orlandoans a week ago wouldn't-they would disappear in sewers. I of the most important decisions;: tcgie decisions; into his own of the flying Tigers!:: and commander taxes;: of every description I am Highway law Stand
-that troubles were multiplying on the Hel- of World War II i hands. Stimon; cites the Allied of the L. S 14th Air unlike Will Rodgers who alwayssaid Editore are strange

lenic peninsula. Theoretically; also, .American businessmen That appraisal of the late planning for the European and Force in China. all he knew "was what he animals. \\-e meet a lady on the

"We have supplied and equipped the could do business in the Russian zone hut they President is;: given in ;i biography China campaigns Mr. Koosetelt, he wntes, in- read in the newspapers "for sidewalk and respectfully tip our

Greek Army but we can't make it fight," couldn't--obstacle after obstacle would be | of the war years ent 11]<'d On Active ; Air Roosevelt, he says, decided si.ted on sending! his own obscixrrs now I want to say mv bit about hat. Next day while doing 80 _
he said. placed in their way. I Service. wiittin t I b\ Stimson I upon the Vnglo-American in- to ('hini i most of the sales tax and'I did not readit miles on the highway. we mee.;.
1 in collaboration uision of North Africa in the whom sent I'uk' unfivoiableicpoits her and squeeze'her off the roa
"I asked several Greek officers why they Theoretically, also, Americans could travel all 1! with McGeorgei a'Ladies' I Fall of l'! 42 over the objections about Shut elI and I in lived the )paper in North Dakota for into a side ditch and send her

didn't do something to round up and eliminate over a unified Germany. Actually they would be i i Bundy of Haranl ot U>th Stin)son ami Gen. Mar Ct ...ntll.IIIIrd! to his lemovHlfrom many years and that State is to the hospital or morgue. _ _
arrested or kicked off trains on phony pretexts. ,h ill. then U. S. Chief of Staff.
command.
the bandits who terrorize the farmersin I \ Fnhersityfor the China famous as:; being tax minded J.i If the officers!; interfere we
North Greece. Their answer was 'welIget So despite weeks of London deliberation the publication who cautioned that the under- On other personalities with Anyhow the sales tax was put "cuss" them for doing their

to it eventually." United States, Germany and Russia are right : in hook form taking was nsky' and would whom he had official contact I across without allowing theI I sworn duty. If other motorists

back where they started at Potsdam in the Sum- I by Harper and (rcp po,-trx nement of the Nor during the war )'ean:. Stimson people to ote on it. After treat our wives that way we

The Ohio politician believes that a mer of 1945. All the talk at London, all the hours Bros next AprIl rnmdy, I 1 uidin"s then planned had thisto !say:. I I I I ting it. they were not l satisfied get "('\].5"" the officers for not 'doing

stronger Greek Government would put our used up in interpreting speeches, all the money I The first of a fc)r the Summer of 1943 Marsnall '1 have neverknown until it was put to a vote The their dutvhat '.

dollars and guns to better use. Undoubtedly spent on cablegrams to Washington giving series of ex !Stimson vtiites that had he a man who seemed so ; North Dakota "Roundheads" voted -! \\- kind of officers do we

he's right. It's hard to arouse enthusiasm minute details of the conference all the hotel cerpts from the or den Marshall been President surely to breathe the democratic it right back in again Then want How can our highwaysbe

among the Greek masses for an unpopular bills rolled up by delegates-all went for nothingIn biography a p at the time they would. American !spirit . the "finest I they. found out as Joe Louis did made travel.safe without the
in the Ian have ruled out the North .Africa soldier I have ever known.
King and Queen. fact, the American delegation knew it wouldbe uarv pear issue of the assault and .Murk to the Constantine! Oumanskv war- :, on Dec 5 that thev had hold of aid! of vigilant and efficient effleers' .

in the position of admitting it publiclj J Horn p !StimsonI loll schedule for the invasion time Soviet ambassador the I something that was hard to let ,
: loose of. Such officers should have the
Miami Beach Gets a Break So, as the last day of the conference arrived' I Journal Monday under the title Northern H' ime, one year United States: *A rather slick I The North Dakota sympathetic co-operation of the
j buying public -
the British Foreign Minuter( remained, "l" Time of PerilStimson I I IIi hrfoie it art u.llltook: (place. and unscrupulous gentleman. I II
I I who traveling public and be intimidated
CURRENT ISSUE of Life But be \\'ins- lived along; the Red not
: E'l1thu.I,1"tiral- FDR and belong
Magazine there who writes :-ayc. have been told. who used to '
THE anyone would' care to suggest a date I River began by a few vociferous
practically a house organ for :Miami for reconvening this conference?" Ii Iv of t'DR's qualitie of leider; ton Churchill( then British Prime to the OGPl'-the secret police -I :Minnesota a crossing State that over had into no maniacs speed
and he Mim-ter both leaned toward the
Beach. ship. rates him as ttte of Russia-and had had a
:Marshall looked away. Foreign Minister Bi biggest individual factor in the Med'terrancn' operation. The rather brutal record sales taxI| to buy their goods, so i A Congressman Is elected to
In an issue which contains little adver- I North Dakota tried the make the law. break
to not to
the
dault hnti h. heas.. the stop
sat. arms folded staring straight ahead grand alliance that led to the opposed .-\dm.rancois Darlan the
tising [the post-Christmas breather] 16 imaile Fiance 10! nand : dehverv! Minnesota purchased law: to serve the public. not to
:Molotov pretended not to hear and thus ended destiuction of the Axis Powers plan to in Vichy Fiench commander in
pages in color are devoted to the Florida the long-awaited, much-ad\-ertised conference of I But he believes the late" weie looking for "an easy North Africa: "Had an unsavory : goods. Then we began to drive !slav the public Hats off to Georgia -

Gold Coast. foreign ministers to for I President had "a weakness for way of ending the war withouta record . but only Darlan was our own cars across and bring for trying to make her highways -
arrange a peace treaty decisions" and deep trans! Life calls :Miami the Babylon of the USA Germany and Austria. t snap a swing
nnfidenft in Ins own capabilities I ( hair, ,ill. Stimson says, feared invading armies the armed The tax laws became so drastic will "March Through Georgia -
and says "despite its profligacy, ostenta- Now \\wonder' what will happen when the that I moved to Minnesota to "' on return home
that m ide him reluctant I the han aid would be "fullof forces and the civil administration my
tion and venality :Miami each year managesto Russians get wise and quit talking about rep to (transmit aulhoiitv others I' (-oi |r"ix, of df'ft'at..dIIi...!"." of French North Africa . get away from the State income TAR hEEL

make two million visitors so carefree that arations. "Franklin Roosevelt as a war- The f I mer \\'ar Secretary ac whatever his sin. the admiral in -- ----

the extraction of $220 million from their Their demand for reparations gave the American I time international leader proved I know ledles freely that with ni his last months did distinguishedservice IN THESE DAYS OF INTERNATIONAL TENSION

pockets for the experience is practically delegates the excuse they wanted for dead- himself as good as one man could : man did .ie have sharper differences in fighting the war." :

painless_'aEarly locking the conference. be-hut one man was not enough tt.-n; w ith Churchill hut Marshal Hrnri retain the .

: to keep track of so vast! an undertaking he holds "hat the British Premier now.imptisoned head of Vichy: Patrol
Nationwide Sky
word from : Urged
Miami this
season is Rosv-cheeked Bidault is now off the fence I :' Stimson =avs;: ranked vecond only to FDR in l-i'mce-"AXhatever his efforts

that the extraction of tourist millions is far regarding Russia, while brusque Ernie Bevin is "One man could not do it all," his contribution to the Axis defeat of policy and whatever his!' failing CHICAGO [rrPl] A scientist : to get hysterical because of our

from as easy as usual. on Hitherto it was Bidault who was always trying I he adds, "and franklin Roosevelt 1 ; from simple !Oo'nilitPt'I- I recommended yesterday the establishment failure to explain some simple '
killed himself trims." I In the China theater. Stimson am honest servant of
to conciliate between Russia and the U S was an of a coast-to-coast phenomenon. well known to us
He draws believes f DR s mistakewas 11' I
a sharp greatest
im e.
comparison ,
Colleges and sky patrol. charged with the duty but not understood the
Picking Choosing 1 earful of the French Communists, Bidault I between FDR and his distm failing to put full confidence Harry Hopkins-"Hopkins was by gen
of determining whether eral
XdSTERS played a straddling game-tried to please both I guished cousin Theodore. who in the late (;rn JosephV. Still- an extraordinary figure: he possessed flying public.
Y GETTING READY for the L'. S. S. R. and the 1. S. \. gave Stimson his real start in well. whom Stimson assigned to ;: a mind of unusual quickness I i objects may be rockets!': meteors, \\jhe recalled that meteors

higher education these days have a Now I politics From what he knew of I represent the United States in and flexihihtv and a sure !I atom bombs-or imaginary flying I had been mistaken for airplanes

much rougher road to travel than did the with the French Communists on the both men. Stimson concludesthat that area.StilwelFs_ judgment of both men and affairs saucers. i crashing in flames, that the
downgrade, Bidault is frankly and openly pro- "' I I This expert on meteors, Dr. planet Venus had been mistakenfor
prewar crop of college aspirants. Teddy Roosevelt would I : job was to strengthen In his diary Stimson I
Colleges are crowded. Deans able American. Bevin, on the other hand, has become : have done "a better and more I II the Chinese armies and bring wrote "The more I think of it. i C. C. AYlie of the University a comet He said the first

pick and choose are to more cautious. I clean-cut oh than FOn in handling their great potential strength to the more I think it is!" a Godsend,: of Iowa, told the American "flying saucer" report probably
the students they desire. A year ago Bevin was bald and blunt about the crisis of lOll when the hear against the Japanese. and that he | Hopkins] should be at .Association for the Advance- was based on the mistaken identity -

The ability to pay for an education no longer his anti-Sovietism but he has suddenly become United States was preparing to btimson contends it was the the White House." 1 ment of Science that such a of an airplane.

means that a student will be admitted. cautious, believes Russian backs should be face the issue of war. hardest task assigned! to any Joseph V. Stalin-A man who I patrol i is! needed in "these days He said that a group of Iowans

Grades and aptitude 'now are the big scattered somewhat. This is partly because i Teddy Roosevelt he says, American commander. could not be "fooled" I of international tension." already had pet up a system of

things. Bevin doesn particularly like Americans, partly I would have taken direct action "His enemies! ," Stimson Charles De Gaulle-A man of He chided his fellow astrono- gathering reports of flying objects

Parents and teachers alike should because Russia has just made tremendous strides, to convince the .American people writes!' of stillivell "were of "arrogance and touchiness," hardto mers and meteor experts for not in the sky, and the plan

this condition out to school point in winning over British public opinion by trading their ditty was to enter the four kinds-Japanese. Chinese get along with. but nevertheless I i having a quick explanation of might well serve as a model} fora
high and prep 500,000 bushels of wheat war against the Axis. I British aol American." the genuine symbol of I the flving saucers;: that were national patrol under the direction .
school to the British for British
youngsters. Realization that grades machinery. Franklin Roosevelt was not He !says Stilwells chief Chin French resistance II reported in virtually all sections of the American Meteor

must be up to snuff if a student is to get This deal made that wav With unequalled ese foe wa Gen Chiang Kai- Pierre Laval -"A mere Quis- of the country last Summer. He I II itical Society

into college will save many a heartache and J loan is peanuts compared with the U. S. political skill he could paveMichigan -nek the autociat . who had ling." said the mass hysteria could : "To cover the nation effectively
to
Britain. but it
disappointment later. I has made dent came at a crucial time and have been prevented had a sky ," he said, "we are suggestinga
a British
on public opinion. I THE GALLUP POLL DIPS INTO A POLITICAL SEE-SAW I patrol been operating. national director, several regional -
"In these! days of international directors. and a considerable -

:INTERPRETING THE NEWS ON EUROPEAN RECOVERY PROGRAM I tension:' he said, "it seems that number of volunteer workers .

as a matter of national security, I .
I Voters LeaMICHIGAN To GOP we must be ready to recognize
n ".\ volunteer workers
!' we
Sale Of 200 Freighters Considered Risky I authentic robot high reports speed of V.2 planes bombs or,I could expect to have eventually -

,
By GEORGE GALLUP f '"' ally Republican State if we judge bomb-carrying balloons seen in a !science teacher' In prac
By CLARKE BEACHA I be saved about T Arr b\ the last 12 presidential dec "' tically every college and high
S650 million in I vessels the Marshall plan nations r -C'1 hs.e Fir : Or''r :'11 the air. I
I school, and a number of cooperative
:' Auc 's Ancy*7J 19448-1951 if the 16 nations had expect to have o3600000 PRINCETON N J,-Michigan. STRENG TODAY tion" I Avvlle !said the present' national I II observers
Ship operators and maritime 500 more hulls in which PARTY The Democrats carried it only of thee
to do deadweight tons of shipping by of I policy "is to I Ignore reports
unions outstanding example a see- M5LA\ won L. AVeather Bureau
are brewing a tempest their own hauling. I 1951. In 1938 their merchant / EI.C--- vons9 ) three times. while the GOP of objects seen in the
( :
over one phase of Pres. Truman 2-ERP funds saw state politically, is today eight times. The Progressive party **
I would be fleets totaled only 46.200.000 tons_ heaven, and that there U no "These are the persons to
s long-range European re- ', stretched to the extent of the Their plan now is to build ships I leaning toward the Republicans of Teddy Roosevelt [Bull provision. for finding the "real whom questions on celestial phe-
coven pr.>gram [ERP]-the proposed money saved Scarce steel would I the 1948 loose ticket) carried it in 1D12: where
I faster in the next few years than in presidential race. facts" back of the reports nomena naturally come,
sale of 200 U. S freightersto I be preserved for other uses if the they did even at the wartime Interviewing of a crosssectionof I "".e believe our citizens have there is no astronomer in the

the lb participating nations I nations could postpone some of peak I voters throughout the State plenty of real troubles without community."

and the temporary transfer of their own shipbuilding. shows that a small majority 'Important'Birth adding the burden of imaginary Under Wvhe's plan. the national -
::300 more I On account of its high cost! I
Opposition to this angle of of would favor the Republican party dangers, and that in these daysof director would have several -
I I operation, the .American
The volume of cargoes; for the transfer however, already' Merchant Marine has if a presidential election were Eyed robot planes bomb-carrying associates, including an

American' ships is dropping is developing across the Atlantic. been a national always I being held today. balloons, V2 bombs and atomic I astronomer, a psychologist. and
problem.
..l'tf'adilsa)' representatives!' of Loud protests have been Of four large States whose bombs neither individuals nor'' whatever technicians, computers
the operators( and if foreign voiced in tlu< British press The Government is subsidizing -I presidential sentiments have By Dr. DendyJust communities should be allowed and secretaries are required.

nations! are now supplied with against any :Curtailment of both ship operation and ship I been reported in recent weeks hI >
(I
500>> of our ships they will be j I British shipbuilding pi"ejects. building for the sake of national i I the Institute, Michigan is the as a birth thousands of OUR BOARDING HOUSE
enabled to carry about one- When representatives of the defense and the country's maritime only one in the Republican column years ago is the occasion for I

fourth of the cargoes now Paris Commiuie ot European prestige i The four Christmas!' celebrations! !so one or
shipped American bottoms. Cooperation'ire asked about I The Maritime Commission. more births of 1917: may be the I LIKED rr ( OH* I LIKE ) /rD HA 'iOUwlnJ \
which for years has had to deal "If a presidential election > THEM \ I BREAK MIME IM.N
_About really important phase of the
their
2,135 dry cargo ships reducing 4iip construction were held today, which VOTERS polled by /
with the problem of party wn c.cr TO'lS"' CRISP AND ) I BUT XXJD NEVER Y
and tankers now fly the L'. S. programs, they $feplied that r. S. : fosteringa year. the Dr. Marshall C. Dendy I /
i U Merchant would ,ou vote for the Democratic the Gallup Poll indicates a 'IOU rtap GUNiP'sl NEW LIKE % DO ENOUGH W A t"
flag. : war-built vessoli;! would not substitute :Marine wenton or the Republican I told the Kiwanis Club yesterday. -TO ESIJOY! NOW \ THIS ALL A yEAR TO EVEN /
I for the ships they are record a month ago as opposed preference for the GOP in the I Birth of a person destined to law GO Tt4Rouce4 { jTHETIME'Wrlttu / F GET THEM

The operators say that for lack building. which : i ;: to any further sale or Dem. Rep. 1948 Presidential race. I bring new blessings to the world, A LOT 0' MiSERY. MFORTAE
are generally
of cargoes business for American faster and transfer of vessels;: to foreigners ( :Michigan mn'mh'm_'__ 47% 53: :c, I he said. easily could overshadow
shippers has been include many !specialized I New York 53 47 living elsewhere have the impression
for nnm n the view of
such
contracting types. They will need Under the ship sales act of in history things BROKE /lf
the past SiX months : I Pennsylvania ,. 51 49 that it is higblj- ,
a
They point I an up-to-date fleet they said. if I 1946. moreover no vessels can mmmn II I as the grain speculation revelations -I .
out that that Ohio 51 49 urbanized Mate.
in period they have n failure of talk.
be
chartered or a
they are to achieve a favorable to foreigners. If I peace ,
11 11iII
turned back t The last two presidential elections -
they had nearl350 vessels 'competitive position in world I chartering is contemplated' the in Michigan were photo Actually. the three big cities of In 1S09 he !said, the world I
Maritime chartered from the commerce.. I law would have to be changed.The I finish affairs. WendellVillkie Michigan Detroit Flint and thought Napoleons continued
Commission
becausethe One highly placed ERP e\ Harriman Committee. 'carried the State for the Repub-- Grand Rapids account for only advances were the news, but '

ships could not be operated pert sees considerable justification which reported to the Presidenton ;licans in I'MO with a tiny fraction about 40 per cent of the State's of more effect on the future of '
profitablyBoth I
for this portion The whole'I foreign aid recommended sale the population and votes. The rest is humanity v>ere births that
I over 50 cent of vote. year
j per
CIO and AFL i
Maritime ( purpose! of the Marshall plan. {\vessels to the Marshall plan In" 1944, however, :Michigan went made up of medium sized cities, of Lincoln and Gladstsone. k
Unions already faced: with large- : I and rural These latter L
scale he points out. is to enable the nations But it made a strong 1 Democratic. also bv the narrow- towns areas. I In what has become an annual '
unemployment in their I 16 nations to rebuild their prewar point of insisting that ships form a Republican stronghold -
ranks no j est of margins The history of theStates affair! pro Dendy, his daughter,
that if 500 vessels I
say industries and of the be WhileVayne: County,
,
sold
one if they increased the aggregate -, presidential voting since Miss Nancv and his son Marshall
were transferred to foreign operators most importan is the ,which contains Detroit, votes I
building of
I European tonnage I 1932 is shown below. Michiganhas Jr. filled most of the program
from 20.000 to 25,000 of I and operation of ships. I Foreign nations !should get the 19 electoralotes.. I ov ervv helmmglv Democratic in time with a group of musical -;

their' officers and seamen wouldbe I Before the war those 16 nations i ships. the committee said. only HOW MICHIGANOTED [presidential elections [164 percent numbers, instrumental and I

beached They intend to had 75 per cent of the I I'I | if they proportionately curtail [Major Party Vote] L in 1944], this vote is largely vocal

make a stiff fight to at least reduce world's ship b6ildmg capacity. I their own ship construction %; Dem. % Rep. I[offset by Republican ballots else- Kiwanians elected L. M. Robertson I
the number of vessels 'I Both union leaders and ship nlans : where in the State !
1932! : ____---_nmum 541 459 Chesley G Magruder and ,
which are transferred operators concAle the right of I "The United States needs an 1936 .nnnnun'un 59-2 40,8 i! Hence the Republican lead Brantlev Burcham trustees for'

Officials working under the foreign shipbuilders!' and opera- active Merchant Marine for nanonal -' 1040 n .n 40 S :Xi 2 in todij's |poll it, not surpiis- Orlando; Day Nurserv;

State Department on ERP say tors to regain the proportion of } defense;: and we must not HUt ?>ua 4"TBecause ing in view of the rnral and t1.-rrJRNi.1.W'4

there are two reasons for the the w orld" business the had in reare condition in which that of Michigan: fame small-town character of much More loan ne-h.iU .>t the popular .. -

proposed transfer pre-war years. \Ier.'ham Matins cannot "uriv as a manufacturing and industrial i of the !state ion of 28 of the 48 State ___.a._ rn-ta st' 9 LLS ".= ..": -
American ":
taxpayers; would But even without the 500 '- "e, the committee reported. renter many Americans (in tart Michigan is a tradition Uveu in rural areas m 1940 --- -


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|Rising Waters Again Threaten f Saturday, December 27, 1947



__ I Tiny Davie Farming Community South Lake Growers, Packers .

DAVIE [lAP] Residents of this moving toward the ocean

[) I,tiny farming community who through the canal almost washed In Favor Of Citrus Price Floor
have suffered heavy losses in away the approaches to the Griffin -

e i.te DAY I their homes, proves and farms Road Bridge spilled into r'-e- 3l fi /Or': ,:;ncfo: M('m. ->g Wit is1!; / as a result of the September hurricane groves;: already sodden by long;: (CLERMOXT poll of representative 'land. says. Sure would Oke to!
floods last night anxiously months of floods and drowned ,
I x growers and packersof see a floor under citru* pr.; .
Safe-Cracking Termed; 'Inside Job' watched a steady rise of water out many newly-planted seed citrus in south Lake County ,Fine thing if it can be r.-:::::s to

FORT MYERS [AP] The office safe of the Belk-Lindsey De !1 in and the adjoining South New creeks River and Canal |beds. I t pty bowed yesterday that some I work. For it 100 per cent <> evcrr-|

here chiseled over Christmas and robbedof i Harry Earle, a citrus grower, method of putting a floor under ,body goes along."
store was open ditches.
partment !said" that the water had risen citrus, prices is necessary and 1 F. H. feeals. ownr.t, Erc's
between $3,500 and $4,000 cash in; what Police Chief Douglas The rice. was attributed to a ,
rp.iret! ) "
in this
i three inches in the canal sinceWednesday r area. however Tacking:: :(0.. (,1E rm": r c' :
Bartleson said he believed was an "in hide job. 1 !small rut in a dirt dam across .
!' night:; and was ,1'- e interviewed expressed lack -Maxcy pan a good tile Ft-! ';rl
I ijrld in jail pending a checkof i the canal at file: Levee I ,
IJartleson said a Negro janitor, i f
climbing slowly." He !said" the f"f ) knowledge of the "Maxcy plan on prices should he uuiJated. : -|
fingerprints found on the safe, was later released. |' Tuesday by the Rronard' County rice was washing out seed beds 1 Mn"': and skepticism as toipther ." .

The police chief said the burglar .J..s apparently hiding in the I Drainage District. I planted since October. at workable plan could !' Clyde: twines; Clermpnt fruit I
Pressure from the lake
store when it closed Wednesday nigh* because there was no indication huge;: i f'i4. found
buyer, favors:: a czar for hs! C'it-
of flood water lying;: west of the Charles Davis, county fire
that any locks had been broken rom the outside. i I dike almost immediately enlarged warden said that three feet and < ..tiId1 I.. n .EeI;:... prominent badness rut Industry but r "- r-.el

the cut it was reportedA one inch of rise had been recorded man and ;proe owner of should be"one who wnirn) > no i9; .

Flier Unhurt in Crash DIAL Extends Benefits three foot head of waterTrujillo's in the past 48 hours at (.rm'eland, says that growers solutely impartial to alt!1 gr:;;- .

MIAMI [AP] G. T. Baker, Wacico Grove, three miles west and packers will have to cooperate ers and packers, large a:--$ rte' : :.".
TAMPA [AP] CpL Weldon president of National Air I of here. that !'ome"a} of putting Myron Pierre, president! of

..,1 H. Watkins, stationed at Lines, said yesterday bens Barton Forsythe, member of a floor under citrus price the Clermont Chamber of Comtnerce. -
..p'lacDlll: Field, was unhurt fits not covered in union HomeTo the Broward Drainage District must he found: but that any grove; owner and shipper

yesterday when the light,. dareements,. were extended said a new dam would he builtat I .- N plan etched must! hate teethin also believe! the Industry

vilian he was to 1,000 airline employes inflying 15- Iile Levee with sheet piling I it if it i i. to he effective.F needs a czar similar to that
training plane
11 States. The benefits include driven into the ground man ::1 C. Bushy, president of the of the baseball. leagues and
went into a spin and 10 days annual sick Get Repairs I effort to block the canal. - movie industry. He thinks a

crashed into the north end leave and two weeks vacation I I Clermont ChildrenAre I man should be selected from

of old Tampa Bay. every year. I I xt outside! of the citrus industry!
4. & CORAL GABLES ft'Pl[ The Boat Entertained I I Pierce alo: save tl1 ,' '*ie' industry
AccidentVictim I
Bullets Answer Mock Pistol Threat City of Coral Cables stalled do- -' h --: s1.' : Cc_. "e'1 itlf i is at fault ,,:--1; that]

\ ing something about the shabby i'IERMONTOverV500 chil its problems should be -clvedl:
BRADEXTOX [APJ] Robert Lee Purcell, a Negro, pulled a toy I i Iron white and Negro attended right here in Florida He de-|
I of Dominican Pres. RafaelTrujillo's
cap pistol Christmas Day on another Negro who shot and killed state I a the free movies at the Clermont clared that in his opm in growing
Purcell with a revolver State Atty. W. Smiley reported. ;i home ;yesterday. Unfound Theater on Christmas: Ee Santa and "marketing siould: be I

Smiley "said, an investigation; disclosed the shooting; was Public Works Dir. L. W. Rob- MRS. MARTHA THOMAS BRYAN, mother of Sgt Ernest I (ran] with the cooperation of organized adding that no matter|
justifiable. homicide and Monroe Covington; who answered the inson Jr. said repair work will s'arch-I the Clermont .TnvCre; --. gave ;1\\"a\ what ii: dune the qualm of Florida
JACKSONVILLE: [fTPl Thomas, one of the men killed in action in the American
mork pistol threat with lice bullets, was released front custody. with fund raising 111)l () cup: of ire cro.un; ;at the theater : fruit mast: be imhl'' ,.v(1) and: I
begin at once, a $2,000
The State attorney said the shooting occurred when Covingtonwas 1 ers probed St. Johns River waters flag over Mt. Suribachi on Iwo Jima looks at the flag en- and on the street front 11 am grade restrictions that wil:} Stick )
i provided after he had talked with | here :yesterday for the body of closed the Freedom
on Train visiting Tallahassee. With her is to 5 m. must; be e\ol\ed.
called from an all-night religious meeting by a relative to p
!' I Wallace II. Beckner, 22, missing
the Dominican consulate in
the home of Purcell and found Purcell striking another Covingtonrelative. victim of a boat accident Thursday I Gov. Millard Caldwell. [lAP Photo] '

Miami.Xeiglilmrt. I that claimed the life of another I -- 'I miles.. pistol.
TROCADERO CLUB'.1 on ClIeae,
'
4 .p.. ;; lialdinrd youth. Use Of .
Still No Snow! Body Recovered clout the shabbiness of the ISeckner, of a trio of boaters, Yacht 'Engineer'Term
luxurious home, built in 19:. clung: to the capsized outboard nAYCiNG<< KXO LTOX'S ORCHESTRA EceryOPEN
ST. PETERSBURG [AP] MIAMI [AP] The body of I Not RestrictedTo I E\ ,
: Only
blue as a showplace residence. craft when his companions. DAILYNIGHT Sat. XIJbt.: Cover 54.- Sat. Night
A pale sky yesterday ,
Tony Samphillippo, 2 I',2, one I'less Jambs Jr. and Eugene;
forced cloud chaser Bob Trujillo has never occupied the
of two playmates who Thomas Danson !swam toward 'Professionals' Beer-Food-Wine. Make New '-ur'. Eve Reservatklxs Sow. Phone 151..3
Leon to postpone a second home: although he has owned it Towed To PortMIAMI
make drowned in the Miami Canal shore. --
time his attempt to for years. Coral Gables has spec- I ;
Danson; made it, and was
snow fall in Florida by sowChristmas Eve, was recovered ulated that it was held in reserveas TALLAHASSEE rose; b>
aloft. Dragging of treated for shock. Jacobs, owner i : : The cabin cruiser DRIVE-IN
ice particles yesterday. [\PI]
ing dry
the '
a j ossible refuge in eventof : any other name' does not apphto Jfeat..e
of the boat and who the only
However, Leon said he was the canal continued in an effort political upheaval in the got Lazy litotes, disabled and drifting
a
the of the life jack t when it overturned in I the professional engineer
ready to try again any time to locate body Caribbean since Christmas afternoon, wa'
between now and New other child, :Kenneth PeYear's republic. | a stiff wind died) after he was i towed to port yesterday with Atty-Gen. Tom Watson has !li' -- I

, Day. ters, 5. :pulled: ] from the water by another i four poisons On board safe but : ruled that use of the word! engineer I'I" "TEXAS PANHANDLE"
., l boating;: party.Peninsula ,
J.- + Brees Announces chilled by temperatures which I is not restricted to those Charles SlarrettSHIVO

plunged 20 degrees overnight to 1,1_,, ,.... .. --\"' -"-. P.RAJ1E'Phil. ,. .. Regan... ..-Gad. Storm. ...
Fair To Reflect Livestock Progress ;, Juniors' 58.8 degrees.A I who practice professional engineering. i !.s. .-as cki,. .. Untrt ? .I!? COT a .i" F. c -,! > Sh Se IoM ,. II
Saturday's ProgramAt
[ Orlando Morrvng Sentinel] I-
Special to Coat Guard search planelocated I
TAMPA-Progress made in Florida's livestock industry, both TowerLAKE !\ Dance Successful the boat near Chicken I In an opinion to E. A. Clay II

beef and dairy cattle, will be reflected in the annual State Fair Singing ', [W-n, !! tn OrlnrHn! M-T.\ m 'en' n-ll 1 i Key and ;guided another craft ton of Gainesville: attorney for I THE HITCHING POST

Live Stock Exposition here Feb. 3 to 1 t. WALES |IAPI] Carillonneur DAYTONA BEACH-The Peninsula The Clay- Pigeon, to her assist! the State Board of Engineer Examiners -

The exposition! will he the biggest; show with the richest Anton Bree-, will play the Juniors had a record attendance ance. I TAVARES, FLA.
at at their annual bene- Aboard the Lazy Bones Atty.-Gen. Watson ruled
premiums ever held in Florida. following program noon todayon were
Prize money in each of five breeds, Brahmans, Herefords. the bells of Mountain Lake fit dance held Thursday night "Gerson Blatt. 'Miami attorney; his I that using the word "engineer" SUNDAY DINNER

Aberdeen-Angus Shorthorns will amount to $1780 providing there is Sanctuary's singing tower: at the Bath and Tennis Club. Traditional wife. Harriet. and his wife's par !as part of the title of a firm or 07 C Choice of Two Meats

competition in each the new premium book shows. Other prizes America; In the Time of Roses.! red and green decora- ents. Mr. and Mrs Morris Lieb--[corporation does not require Served
tions carried out the Christmas : of New Haven Conn. them to Family Style
qualify
man as "professionalengineers"
Reichardt: Where the River
will be offered in cross breed classes dairy cattle breeds and a
motif and music for dancing was unless in fact they All You Want-Just Help Yourself
Shannon Flows. Russell Bonnie
special class for Future Farmers. Dundee Scottish song;; Adagio, furnished by Scotty Montgom Ii The word coconut stems from are practicing professional engineering Sundays-8:00 A.M. to 7:30 P.M.
---- "
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Mrs. 01- the "cocos,
orchestra. Portuguese
meaning
: ery's Wesley .
Pleyel; 0, Worship the King.
Haydn: My Faith Looks Up to was in charge of the affair. monkey. Week Days-Regular MenuS
T' The oldest magazine in continur !J A.M. to 2:30: P.M. :5 P.M. to 7:30 P.M.
Thee, Mason; Love Divine, AnI.o"e
Excelling.;: Zundcl: request PLANS SET FOR WATER SKI TOURNEY >u= publication in trip nation is CLOSED S.Tl'RlJ.E'EXIXG and NEW YEAR'S DAY
A I t number; Consolation, Mendelsohn The Mi""iondi'\" Herald at home

and The Star Spangled and \broad published in Boston

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Page rtanufl 6 iSomlng fcrntinrl Saturday Telephones, December: 4161 or 27 3-1681, 947 Marshall Squad-L 'Ready-'-- ,Willing And Able' '1 1'We




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Came Here I / : iSfaton Pharr




BOB HAYES To Win ,' Says Lose Matches


The Dr. P. Phillips Co. will put 10 gallons of tangerine 7 7"c L _

juice in the press box and radio booths for visiting sports- Greenie CoachCoach _

writers and sportscasters. That's real CofC work. . The 4 'In State Meet

of Marshall College's Big t4i :
black eye Coach Hoy Straight i "

Green is sporting was picked up in a basketball game, in caseyou're Roy Straight Marshall: '" MCKSONVILLE( [API Two'I'fd

speculating . Joe Tinker, now with the Dick Stewart's College's Big Green yesterdaysaid &1 -.. i tars suffered defeats' in
advertisement in the current issue of his Tangerine Bowl squad .
,
office has
real estate an '" 'j'e tung round matches of the
would be "ready, willing andable" .
Sporting News. . \ 1"'I :annual Florida State Public\
Willie Skcen, star outfielder for !Sanford's Celery Feds in to play a peak game here w ; I I' "'i'tTennis' Tournament hire
New'ear's Night against Cataw-
1930, Has bought by Denier, Colo., of Western League: from the r \ ( ,'oid.iv.;
ba Indians.
College's husky
Athletic farm t-jsteiii . Kd: Taj lor. Duke student and son of Wve'l- I Ii' the fir--t upset. Hon>
.
*
Zarh Ta)lor, St. Louis lirou ns pilot, is home for the holidays . "The men are in good physical : * h .Tames of Lakeland won 0\ er

Hillsborongh High may be dropped from Orlando High's 1948 condition and they're mentally 1- second ranked Donald Luke of a

grid slate, and Plant is already off the schedule . The North ready"right now to play a good iw Tampa in a boys' singles encounter -
game, he said yesterday after- & 6-3. 6-1.
Texas State eleven that gate many Florida alumni nightmareslost ; after the squad wound '
noon up
only one game all season long;, an opener Arkansas . their second drill of the day. Ir the other John Schumpert
of Jacksonville 6-J \
6.1.
The Cocoa Elks Club has bought Tangerine Bowl tickets for the scored a
minus the services \ MCtory over Jack Staton. of
Straight, \
Jr.
Cocoa High football squad. . \ -.
a- . . .
I of the team's two regular ends, : : .. ..r.r.zrd1 Orlando. fourth seeded, in a
who are with Marshall's basketball junior singles contest.
Art Ross, OHS's All-Southern back, is getting; plenty of attention -
; I Roger Pharr. Orlando
team on a West! Coast 4g27gm0 another
from college coaches. He'll be at the Orange Bowl with both ; r4j
circuit at present! observed! 4 I pnttv. also! suffered defeat in the
Rollins and Tech showing plenty interest in his welfare there. . that Marshall "will do pretty II.nmior: singles division bowing'o

John Ganzel got a Christmas card from Jack Lavelle, Senator out- I well against Cata\\ba." Alan Dee. St. Petersburg. 6-4,

fielder In 1916. saying he may quit baseball in favor of a good job 62

he now holds . Jimmy Bazemore, former OilS grldster now in I "Our big concern Is injuries, ; I Results
he added "And that's why we tki BOYS DIVISION. SINGLES
the 200 and is headed for Auburn 1
service weighs over pounds on aren't going full speed in all our Howard. James. Lakeland defeated Don-
a grid scholarship upon his Army release in the Spring, his father. work. But if ald Luke. Tampa. 6-3 61. Gene Robetfsomi
contact we get by Jaci'.nvll1p. won .over Mart; R'.n J.dt-
Fred Bazemore reports . Both Stavros Demopoulos and Harold until game time without further ,:r. hv'rt fai: '

Register were awarded JayVee football numerals by Wesleyan U. . I injuries. then we'll give Catawbaa i Don JUNIOR Rathbu-n DIVISION Tamna drlra'rd SINGLES Archnr

Jimmy Keani, 1916 backfield star, is stationed with the Army real ball game. Pee ,ntrr. Lakr'anci: f-3 B-2 Alan. Dee
St PrtTibu'v dplp.t.d Roger Char Or-
in Austria now . June Can/el \\ill still blush if you ask hereabout ? Undo.. 64. 6-2.
Ii "You know, he went on, "we .
the "surprise" gift; from John she unwrapped Christmas I John Srhumprrt Jacksonville defeated
came down here to win thisgame Jack Staton Jr.. Orlando. 61. t-I.
morning . AVyndham Hay wood passes word along that Dodo 1 and "..'rr bending: everyeffort I WOMEN DIVISION.. SINGLES
M"
Bundy, former Rollins and national tennis star, now Ii.inir in toward that end." iiA "R-ah" defeated Stockton Mrs ROK Norma-S Pon."Ira S'ooe Jark-

California Is the mother of a baby boy . Bennett Do m in irk, I >ioii.le 2-6. 6-3. 6-0
I He the Marshall b MEN'S DIVISION. SINGLES
sent beefy
pre-war OilS backfield star, is hack from Austria where he has I Calhoun Dickson Tampa drfra'ra PrankROS

served as a rehabilitation administrator . Monk Meyer, ex-Army Thundering Herd through two \\"nd.. University of. Florida. 6-3. 6-1 John
long two-hour drills yesterday- Jacksonvillr defected Jerry Gantt.
grid luminary, is now a lieutenant colonel stationed at Fort Ben- I I St AUKUtsmr 6-2 6-3 Berney. Schrlreri .
their second session of
two-a-day I'niMTsltjr of MiamI. defeated Bob Rosen-
.
ning, Ga. I workouts and promised! 1 the bt n Unverti'. of Florida. 6-0 5.1)Caudr )
I T.like. ......
*' i Tamna. dpf.a'pd.R. :
same rigorous routine again to-
: II Coin r UnltrrMof Horida
Iran 1 lent home, big :215-pound: Marshall renter, was hooting I: morrow. ; : II I Duuvlas Al.ir.h. Jar Nasal Air 6-1. Slat tiV..>n

field goals consistently from 25: yards out when the Big Green I "'''e'll ease up to one practicea % I i b-drftatiri 2. 63.Richard. Roy Scanner Jarkson\ile!! Bra b

worked out before the Rambler-Kissimmee game crowd Thursday day, starting Sunday afternoon, ..._. ._ _....... .... _. .. .... ... ..........,, __ __ .. ..._,.... .. I I Clanon. .J.ekSODYl11p. defeated
night Coaches Roy Straight and Joe Pease of the Marshall squadare but we're going to devote one .w..m. '>' "'""""' .w. ""' '''''''' 'v "- ""' ;- '" ,'>w.---sn'JIO>. -"" -.r-:<'!'.: ,er ... ..44"v ;sr< 1 Bvron Alan Wise.Dee. S"University Prtersban. of Florida von over 6-4.B..17 6-2 jM r

as nice a pair of want to know . Jack Mc- other session each day to black- .! Cohrn Jarksonvillr. by default
guys as you'd PATH BUSTER IN ACTION: Big Jim. Plybon, giant 350-pound drill Field. The, ."hn
at DenSt
: during a blocking yesterday Harper-Shepherd Petersburg defeated
work he said.
board ,
Dowall turned over Rollins College's Harper-Shepherd Field Marshall College tackle hurls his massive body at Charles Sny- I :Mel! Wasko. Jark'onMlle NAS 6-1 6-3
dressing room accommodations to Marshall's squad . The Vagabond -I The Big I: Green emphasiedtheir Marshall Thundering Herd faces Catawba New Year's Night
der extreme left to clear the for Bob Wellman I 150-
right ,
Kings, Detroit's touring basketball professionals would like aerial game in the morning way Ii Three

to get their cage squad booked in here . We'd like to see 'em play I'' drill yesterday!' with Bob pound triple-threater, smallest man on the Marshall squad. in the second annual Tangerine Bowl game. I Hillsborough
Wellman and Rob do- <..
Hartley
Bill Steinecke's Gridders
Bearded Wonders. Steiny, incidentally, mailed 1 Reported

facial down outfielder bushes a Christmas last!" year. ,card and other showing members himself of, the Johnny squad Paulick behind Saint their i I| ing ing man; the,drill a pitching 150-pound that( ;,featured and sophomoreI to a Welli kirk-- I Brownie Sales [ Cocky Cards Hold 12-Point' MontgomeryQuits Alabama Bound


I from Wayne, "0. Va. I TAMPAP! PJ] The Tribune
Saturday Evening Post has evidenced interest In a story on The workout yesterday after- ; said tact night it had learned

Stavros nemopoiilos, from the standpoint Wesleyan students i noon, after a brush-up on fundamentals For Pro Title that three players of the power
selling their blood to a blood bank to pay Demo' s hospital e- I was a threequarters'scrimmage Talk Here Again Edge Scrap BoxingPHILADELPHIA ful Hillsborough High School

penses. Writer Bob Elans of the Hartford Courant ad.I..f'S . !session" with Marvin I football team here had signed'

Some feeling has returned to Demo's lower Wetzel, '-in-aid with the
:
extremities, although bruising 105-pound soph CHICnOr Those grant! University
\ ] two sturdy Horatio Alger of the National
he's ST. LOUIS ( \P1 J A Lquisxille [AP] Bob !
paral.v7ed from the waist down, Evans also reported omore scoring threat stealingthe : Alabama..
Football
the Cardinals and the
League Chicago Philadelphia
. Boss Clark Griffith Is to arrive on Jan. 1%, according to latest!' show with his impressive hiiMiie, man i.ime to town yes Montgomery. former lightweight I The three are Harry Stroup
both reach for the
Eagles of
the ladder their
reports . There'll he show running. Wetzel during the regular and said he top rung siuce-s in | ;, and John Stabile, 200 pound
no boxing; Monday night, and Promoter I terday was going to champion. turned in his boxing
title collision: at Comiskey Park before an expected 4 j.000 Sundav j
Wilbur Stoke's' next card Is Jan. . season went for 18 touch I guards and Mack Williams,
12.
try to buy the St. Louis Browns.i gloves yesterday and said he was
downs to rank as the nation'sthird Interest in the league's- 15th annual nlav-off between the rangy 185-pound end.
I highest scorer. with the backing of two wealthy !; Western and Eastern Division! I quitting the ring because!" "even A spokesman for the three,

r St. Louisans he wouldn't champions |at 1 CST] centers -I I the pushovers are beating me I
Miami 34-14 Victor Miami Hurricanes \Ieanwhile, from Salisbury j name. p.m. they'll have to do more than ." the Tribune related said they
noI \\
He would the club in St. mainly around the possibility had forwarded contracts to Tom
N. C. came word that the Cataw- keep j show up Sunday afternoon.
Over I of an upset of the Cardinals. I I I The Bobcat. outpointed in his Lieb Alabama line coach and
McKeesportMIAMI Take Pitt 43-40 ha Indians reassemble and
I today Louis, he said. "The l boys -working
are
will j who twice previously this season J,I last two fights that were to have former head coach at the University .
[rAP) Mahi Shrine's :,. :MIAMI [API The Universityof "shake-down"go through drill a post-Christmas designed to He is 31-year-old George F.I'I de-feathered the Eagles quite |I good," said :il\er-maned Jim I been tuneups for a championshipbout II of Florida.

crippled children's fund was con- :Miami Hurricanes staged a whip the Tribe back into shape' Kinkead, and he said he has an handily. i my. "Th.ff't'l fine. Butlhcy'.e was scheduled to mix I Lieb watched the annual Hills-
siderably riched after appointment today with James not grim enough. That'sa I with titleholder Ike Williams
yesterday last-minute rally to squeeze outa after Christmas The entinienal betting I punches borough Plant game here
a Day training
26,430 paid admission to the Orange ] 43-40 victory over the Univer- I respite.!" Dunbar, attorney for Richard C. boys, making: the Cardinals 12- little frightening: to me." We in New York's Madison :: Thanksgiving and then invited

Bowl to see Miami high sity of 'Pittsburgh last I Muckerman, owner of the baseball point fatoiitps on eten moneywagers felt fine before we placedWashington Square Garden Feb. 20. I' the three players to Tuscaloosato
cagers j Coach Gordon Kirkland and 'I
school wallop McKeesport, Pa., I f club. William O. DeWitt, :; and we lost, 45-21. I try out with the Alabama
night before the largest crowd the team plan to leave Salisbury ran't !see a hiMorj- I "1 know I could hae
vice-president and general manager rlams before
high, 34-14, in the annual char- We were happy ac; squad during workouts for the
ever to attend basketball making title triumph for Philadelphia. "
a gamein by bus early Sunday morning, arriving knocked Williams out, the 27-
of the Browns, said he York andtse
foootball the New
ity Bowl.
game Thursdaynight game Sugar They recently returned -
Miami.
I in Orlando Monday after- knew nothing of deal and ear-old Negro told a reporter."But I
1 any Mumbled, 3.V3I.: from the Alabama
With three minutes Publicitor Ed cam.
But Hogan. arriving
remaining noon. didn't know Kinkead. I I've been looking bad
I
Halfback John Koesy led the of the game a record crowd of breathlessly: ahead of the The championship game originally lately and it had me worried pus. 'U
Stingaree attack scoring the first 3.426 Asked what he considered a i hooked for last Sunday ,.
was
Miami's
saw Bob [Whiteyl! Eagles; who swoop into town
touchdown in the opening period Campbell sink a free throw and I Ia Central Florida buying price. Kinkead said he' this morning reported that Earle I I ,"hut was delayed a week I "There's been too many rotten : Half Length

and pitching passes to help run field goal to break a 40-40 dead thought Muckerman might consider "Greasy" Xeale's lads are "higher when the Eagles and the Pitts- fights the past few months and Cardigan
up five touchdowns against the > Prep Athletics On SI.500,000 if the buyers Steelers deadlocked for I've never been connected with
I lock and decide the contest than kites" and confident they I burgh
invaders. I would assume the club's liabili-- stink in the boxing
any game. Winner AfGulfsf
will wipe out those earlier 38-21 the Eastern crown. necessitating ream
The Stingarees scored three WHOa Program ties. and 45 to 21 trimmings by the a playoff won by the Eagles. 21-0. My timing's off, my punches go I
touchdowns In the second period Marshall 56-55 I however has wild too often and it's time i I NEW YORK [API Lightly
and another in High School \thlPtics will be Cardinals with a championshipstroke. The weatherman, j regarded -
the final I

Koesy four out added of five the attempts.extra point quarter.in 1 j Victor In Tourney I.the the chief High subject News program this morningon 10:30to : Schwartz Retains On the. other hand. Coach Jim- I'I. matic promised setting a generally for the post-Christ fair cli- quit The one-time king of the 135-: II i Zakoor.Cardigan upset j: highly owned favored hv Dave Calumet .

I 1 : pounders, [though recognized Farm's Balanced '
and Park yesterdayin !
:McKeesport!" scored both Its LOS ANGELES f API Rackingup 10:45: over station WHOO. my Conzelman of the Cardinals, mas tussle Comiskey I
touchdowns in the last eight straight points in the Dan Daniel. sports director of t who last won a league crown 22 ,I has been stepped in hay and only in Pennsylvania, New York the featured Apalachicolapurse

quarter final two and one-half minutesof the radio station will interview years ago, is having a tough canvas to assure good playing I and California) admitted he at Gulfstream Park.
one on a two-yard line huck and
the other when Jack Bergman play a fighting quintet from Head-Coach Hugo Miller of the Eastern Net Title time convincing the Red Birds conditions I would have gone through with Balanced, seeking the 100th
if HH7
Marshall College, Huntington. the Williams title bout his winner of the season for
grabbed a free ball and ran 55 Winter Park High School. and .
manager. Joe Gramby. and Philadelphia Calumet Farm. got off to a bad
W. Ya, downed West Texas .
yards to score. I I State of Head Coach Howard Beckert. of !i NEW YORK AP I I I fight promoter Herman I' start made up ground in the
I I College Canyon, Tex.. the Apopka High School. Their T 1 Sidney Armed Assault Head List Of 34 '
;56 to 55. last night in the open- football Schwartz erstwhile Brooklynite Taylor had not urged otherwise. stretch drive, hut dropped back

Last Night's Fiahts \I I ing game of the Los Angeles Invitation this teams conference were cochampionsof for the :now a student at the University: I Taj'lor declared "I wanted I I in the final strides to finish seciond -
NEW YORK (API Terry Tounc 136 4. Basketball Tournament season |of Miami retained the Eastern For Widener Handicap I a half length behind Cardi
becausehe
"*w York Bter Bobby Plant 141 formerlv of Milwaukee Center Gene James and Forward the controversial Dickinson Junior Indoor Tennis!' title yesterday couldn't do justice to himself gan.
but now ilthtinc out of Brooklyn. in 36 Bill Toothman each tallied by defeating Daniel Riv- MIAMI \ \Calumet\ Farmrmed, : wrendi of the 6th round in what was System of figuring football per I game; 'i
Slated to be the lO-round morn even at two baskets in the last-ditch kind also of Brooklyn, 6-3, 6-0, head the list of 34 eligibles from three continents for the 11th wouldn't want him to fight; if aw-ay.
St WEST Nicholas PALM arena drive. James scored the decid-- centages. ''c-o. renewal of Hialrah's S50.000 added Widenor Handicap on Feb 21, he couldn't do that." I- -
BEACH t..... 126. Havana Cuba lonuht knocked ing basket with 30 seconds to I I it was disclosed yesterday by Racing Sec. Charles J. McLennan I ;
out Dave Allen 122 Ne" York In one nlay and brought his night's total of the basketball prospectsduring I North "Bob's co-ordination Is gone," CONSULT OUREXPERT
from
The field of nominations includes stakes winners
mlnuu and
29 tecont't! of the trnth and
the which is
: season Bowl Gramby pointed out. "If he kepton
final round tn ihe eerat t the boxIng to IS. high for the West Virginians Cigar Elevens and South America and Austraha -*:
hen just getting und..rVa ', Hehas .
arena
1 ) Gnllo. and Warbern Stable's Re- fighting he'd just turn into a
inter\iewed the following Reach Tampa Today and sets a standard for qual.1 tintin. punching bag for the opposition." I for material estimates en new
coaches! of this conference and ,,ity with three "horse of the year"i !
i Neil S. McCarthy's Busher, construction, repairs or remodellingSee
Basketball Scores
DOMESTIC PUMPS will i TA Football winners in Busher for 1915 As- I
I cite a compilation of their IP.rAP[ I teams 1915! horse of the heads the LIKE TO PLAY
Washington 61. Ohio State 55.Dq.eun. prediction: Flojd .laeggers, of : from Missouri: Valley and West sault for 1916 and Armed ir year SEWAXEE Tenn. i
SG. Santa Clara 45. list of fillies which also includes [API They I THOMAS LUMBER COMPANY
HOME & FARH Mamlm 49. Enpo.Stat.. 41. : Mount Dora: Joe Jenkins ofTaares. j Chester I Pa 1 Teachers College 1947. I[ John Watts' Harmonica really like to play football at the
Miami (Fla.' 43. Pittsburgh 40. Shaw Buck, of Gro\e- arrive here todaY to wind Almost Gore A\e and R.R. Orlando
up University of the South here.
Utah State 6Z. Lawrence Tech SS Cover. j Armed won the Widener Ini9te and Mrs. J. U. Gratton's Challoa. 1
WATER t.me'> land: Ed Stack of Clermont; I their drills for the New Year's i one-third of the student Thomas Lumber & Supply Co. -tIn
!
SYSTEMS C "no ills C7. Morehead St. Tchrs. 4DePaul ,. I and 1917, the last in track
Ted Wietleiheal, of Winter Garden Day Cigar Bowl game of 520 form of
54. John Carroll S3. I record time.Assault's body play some Winter Park
SALES-SERVICE SW Marshall Minouri SC. West St. 57.Texas SW State Kanta. SS.3*. ; Ollie Raiker, of Ocoee; The two teams have scheduled \\Riggs Routs KramerIn I the game. Seventy men are out and

Siena. S8. Boston College SO. James hobbs, of Vmatilla; workouts shortly after they ar I nomination was a Pro Tennis Match for varsity ball. About 100 more The Winter Garden

E\SV PAYMENTS Beckert. and Jack Jones, of rive. Both teams will work out surprise, Trainer Max Hirsch reported II' i play in the fraternity intra-mural Lumber Company

Winter Park. daily until. the bowl event. I from Columbia S. C. that NEW YORK TAP] Bobby touch league. I
I IL PAINTWALL the horse which five Ri: s strengthened his claim tothe --
I George Saute Jr. will read I r won stakesin i
of Central Florida 1947 is back in training after woild professional tennis I
some news :| 500 Ducks Perished 'In I
PAPER schools and Jonathan Dunn- .being fired for a splint and willI li.impionvhip! last night hywhipping A NEW SERVICE..for

Rankin. president of the Winter 1! Fog Mishap Thursday I be testedat Hialeah to deter J.uk Kramer, 6-2, i I

I Hanes Paint Store Park High School Radio Production \ mine if he can stand another sea '.I 10-8 4-6, 6-4 at Madison SquareGarden Plymouth and DeSoto Owners
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nouncer. I' Game wardens_ and veteran riv- The Widener would give As- pro debut of the California !star Ouicker Efficient Convenient

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I _Saturday, December 27, 19-\7\
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high scoring game with the air .sI I!. . ..,' cm the same professional foot-
full of passes was predicted last tc .. -- -- i' .' t1s -... : . bail I I squad next :year. \He.\111.\, Calif f U! ': --a I IAnita
night for the annual Blue-Gray That choice tidbit of coincidence i lanethe bcu; _.'

game today when Northern and rt may come about because forni.ila\ i-h meii % -t'' -:D of |

ti.t1 I Southern all-star squads clash in lx>th are the draft property of hoise laiing starts a .">""' '. ....;1tocla"

<('rampton Bowl before a sell-out the Washington Redskins of -.
crowd of 22,500. he National League and the The lea l-off attiai-! I t' el

The South, which has won five Brooklyn Dodgers in the All- STiO.OOO added C.lliOr11ld'5. I \
American Conference.Both champion stakes for i -trcdl: t
of eight previous games in the i b' '
end their college careers two-year-olds a c: v
seiesas a slight favorite to' purse
win again. I' with New Years Day amount to more th-1 I ,: ':.:.3
howl games-Conerly in the when the final fees a ic- :uci:
Both the Northern squad, i : rak Delta Bowl
I Memphis! against Upward of SO.OtW ait': ::d |
coached b)' Kay Morrison of Texas Christian University for the grand openiri: : Or

J d ; Temple, and the Southern team I' and Gilmer in the New Orleans Charles H. Strum. 1 v,. -i cf I

coached by Alljn McKeen of &I .. ] Sugar Bowl against the Santa Anita. who pru't' -elf! | _ _

... iMiCHiGAN'S Mississippi! State, were expected '-h ... _-' __-?> Texas Longhorns. After that ,on weather forecasting ;o
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to rely heavily on an I r ......,- the highest bidder will get : ;Durance the -kies wil'! or,
ONE-TWO: Michigan's one-two punch Bump aerial game.In -vi their signatures on contracts. the track faot.;

Elliott, left, and Bob Chappuis will next be let go against long drills during the jJ Southern California in the Pasadena Rose Bowl Jan. 1 1. two weeks the Northern team stars are familiar with the I ness between tocJOI>'" trature
I Notre Dame box and Conerly, and the finale
has been practicing on pass for March 6 uill beI
for instance, could easily slide
mations with Iowa's brilliant I >ri/e money aggregating some
Bowl :southpaw hurler, Lou King and over from his regular left halfback I S2VMI: ,<)M>O.( including; llirr IOO..

PreparationsATLANTA Jumping Joe Nejman of Temple post to the role of T-fortn- INS, |.urxr- and nine ;.Cl.ClIIO fraliirrs. -

i doing the throwing.On ,--- ation quarterback to meet the .

[rUP1] A squad of serve left tackle) left the field the receiving end were Dodger and 'Skin Italic; stylesof i Chief threat in f"-,i' ie-

43 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets i \\ith a netk injury of uncertainseverity. Ends Stan Gorski of orthwt>Stern t plav.Jahn. mile feature aie the \\ >... .'! I.ertrained 1-
left last night via train for Miami i ..JE'romelcCarthy and Art ( Grandjwre. > by
and the Orange Bowl game on Xrajsill be taken. Littleton of Pennsylvania, and I :Mrs. John Payson _Ac".d'

Jan. 1 against Kansas. I JACKSONVILLE [AP] The Paul Flick of Brown. I raT; ..._ _.J _- -- Ls I i x s I, Goldstone.If Solidarity. owned byt: Sat
Coach Bobby Dodd said his: The big Northern line was bulwarked !- -- Scraps WayTo .
team was in good condition as'' University of Maryland football j, by Cornell's Frank Pas- STAVROS HAS CHRISTMAS COMPANY: I Orlando. ,mong the many other visitors ct an even dozen WPI; < *., t:;:rt

they boarded two special cars. I squad arrived here yesterday ]I tuck at center, Guards Bob Har Miss Artemesia Demopoulos is shown visiting !I Stavros' bedside Christmas was his mother, to today S74.218., the! with purse the would : :m..1t collecting
winner:
The Yellow Jackets were sched aboard a chartered plane from bison of Indiana and Fred Lorenzof her brother, Stavros, at Hartford [Connl.) ', Mrs. A. Ji Demopoulos, who made the trip Third RoundBROOKLINE. S43..,fCi net. -
uled to arrive in Miami at 1150: Washington, D. C., and preparedto I Nebraska, and Tackles Walt Hospital Christmas Day. Miss Demopoulos is 'I
and their heaviest North wit her daughter in time to be there
a.m. today pre- Macenka of Temple and Ed Ku-
for its the method of the
resume practice today explaining using projectedbook I I
workout was scheduled' for i Pittsburgh InterestedIn
game lawkoski of West Virginia.For
this afternoon, Dodd said.: I|I New Year's Day game with the : the South, Kentucky'shard I I donated for his use by the Pilot Club of for Christmas. I Mass. [rAP) Three-I
C.'Demo' Fourteen-vear old Laura Lou Entry
University of Georgia In the Gator
hitting Jay Rhodemyre i
Doth teams! will average 1ST 'I I Jahn of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., I I DAVENPORT Io\\i I r" p T.e:
BowL
e\. pounds backfield! to the averaging man. Tech 176 Kansas hasa I I "All of our players are in good I Guards stands out Ray at Drost center of, flanked Tennessee by.I Fund Passes $$1,400 MarkThe Yale Penn and Belmar, N. J., upheld her top r Davenport's Thr<<>e-I I.\'gip' t:2-:::
I Deeding: by gaining the third ball te.m have t.k.
179. The Tech line a\erages :shape, said Head Coach Jim Ta- and John Magee of Rice; Tackles may m "n :: :
turn, adding that he thought his Wash Serini of Kentucky and I [ round of the 1919 girls' National ing next season. dctvlih' ; -
195 and the Kansas line
192 pounds I team had a good chance to beat Jim Spruill of Rice; and Ends Slat i'os Ht'DlOIHUlus| campaign: rolled on today with List WorkoutsAt Indoor Tennis Championshipi 'drawal of support by tu- t :::::=.go

pounds. Georgia favorites in the coming John North of Vanderbilt and o\er 51.100 I ( to how for five dds work. I' i i Tournament without losing a Cubs.

Both teams operate from a fast clash. I Jim Tyree of Oklahoma.The While committee D1t'mht'rs"f'r... hard at work completing Palm BeachWEST | game yesterday at Longwood. I The Pittsburgh Pirates,
I Miss Jahn. who pigtails,
T formation. II pre-came!: computations on the Orlando Rambler-Kissimmee I wears through their farm system director
DALLAS Tex. [AP] Southern Sooth's aerial game; was gained a first round bye and then , Ray Kennedy. announced
I "Ffoot hall benefit Thursday night:; the Demopoulos fUDdho11 PALM BEACH [rAP]
MIAMI [IUPJ] A shorts-clad :Methodist's Mustangs resumed expected to be sparked by swept 12 games in a row from :yesterday they are interested In
Iihtlot"r in its last
$1,100 treasury night.
;; Crews of Yale and Pennsylvania ,
Passers Batchelor of old Gruener of
Jimmy 17.year Cynthia
beauty greeted KansasUniversity's after vacationand I the franchise
queen practice a four-day .. Davenport ; and
The Kaiiibler-Ki-sjnimee "take"" at the ,at."a. 1,673.90from
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East Texas State, Charlie Rich- ; Universities are scheduled to arrive nearby Newton.
jubilant Jayhawks, Penn State's Lions held another I : have arranged a meeting here
I I kus of North Carolina State, whitli must lie deducted taxes and actual game:; expenses.: 1: The other three seeded players
who arrived here by plane last hard scrimmage yesterdayas here today to begin daily next week. Roy Hami'v creci-
train for their I and Wall) Matulich of Mississippi !, nut there were oilier pledge anti donations hkh the committee 'in the competition. which drewa
night to gridiron they entered the final weefc of workouts on Lake Worth for the dent of the Pirates, is expected
I State. Matulirh has been was rounding; ill'. starting field of 27, gained sec. '
clash with Georgia Tech in the preparations for the New Year's first Palm Beach Jan. 3. to attend the meeting.
Orange Bowl New Year's Day. Day Cotton Bowl game. I hurt in practice but was expected The total collection will be announced sometime today. Regatta ond-round brackets in easy fash
Patricia Fordyce, "Spirit of Head Coach Matty Bell said to see action. But for the members who !started' the fund and handled the The races will be over a 2,000 ion. The second-ranked Stephanie -I CURIOUS PLANT

Youth" queen for the Orange his Mustangs returned from Other Southern stars in the benefit game plans, jesterday was a sort of day off and after meter course. 'I Prychitko of Ilamtramck, The skunk cabbage which:

Bowl Festival, was shivering in the Christmas holidays in good Gray backfield were Dan Sandi-- c.it<'hing; their breallis, members will !start' anew today..ugincntiiig There will be an eight-oared Mich., eliminated Priscilla Dun- .doesn't smell like a k ink but

the 50-degree< weather, but smil-- physical! condition. fer and Ray Coates of Louisiana .\ ;:; the !SI,100-odd' ( fund here in Orlando is over varsity race, a race by the junior -, phy of Brookline, 63. 6-1. and in more like mustard piaster and

ing as she handed a bag of oranges Coach Bob higgins had his undefeated State, Nick Ognovich of Wake fOClO) i-.iUed in ILulfoid and .Middletown, Conn. varsities for other first-rounders; third seeded raw onions. is curious:- in ether
a race pair-
to Coach George Sauer, his Penn State crew working Forest, George Grimes of Virginia And members of the Chi Psi Fraternity \\iIIlaunch their Elaine Lewicki of Hamtramck, ways. Its flowers and fruit appear -
four assistants, and the 50 members -: defense which he oared shells, and a feature sin Mich., overwhelmed Claire Russell -
on a : blood before the leaves
pass i ; and Harold Stockbridge of selling campaign next \\t't'k.delf'd to this is a benefit I
gle sculls event in which JackB. of 6-0 6and)
!; Belmont ,
of the football team. will SMU's: Doak '
hopes stop Rice. basketball! g.ime and a plan for a special follies show whichhhouM I
Kelly Jr. of Philadelphia, a fourth-seeded!'; Adrianne Goldbergof
The in the pinkest
Jayhawks Walker and Gil Johnson.
Grimes and Eddie Dolan of. .
| 'o\\c'1I1hC" fund
ciinsjlerably.leiiiopoulos
sophomore at Pennsylvania, will Baltimore defeated Mary Ann
condition of their whole season Best Trailer Shop
Syracuse were expected to do the spent Christmas in grand st It" despite zero
) be Yale scull-
challenged by two Dolan of Belmont, also in
Christmas
after a four-day rest over FA YKTfKVl; 1.1.1I.k.. JAP( ] punting for the two teams. Both
wralher and a snow storm. EXPERT REPAIRING
ers Harry Payne Whitney and straight games.
exuded eagerness to get Arkansas! in its Xl'W'l'ar's
McKeen and Morrison said their
With '
his mother and sister visitors Hartford Richard Krementz Jr.
as special ,
back in harness this morning. IMxie Ifcml game with William 'squads "looked good" as the 2225 W. Washington
City Hospital corridors swarmed with well wlshers' and I SPORTS" PIES
were PROMOTER
Sauer announced he would start and Mary at Birmingham can squads completed practice sessions The event is being :sponsoredby Dial 6894
them with twb practice sessions he depended upon to "throwthe with light workouts :yes gift; beaters.Doctors' Regatta, Inca non-profit ROCHESTER, N. Y. [API| tOo Winter Garden .Road
daily. lull a lot," Head Coach terday. : last night reported' h his condition to be showing corporation headed by Valentine Jules Bauman. 65 sports': pro-

John Itarnhill said jeMeiday.BIRMINGHAM I gradual; improvement, and that he had nearly complete use of C. Bartlett of Hobe Sound moter, died yesterday.! He specialized -

ATHENS Ga. [AP] Coach his upper limbs, but that his lower limbs were still partially and Chicago.:; The corporation in professional wrestling

Wally Butts had the Georgia Ala. [rAP] The paraljed. raided $16,04)0) by popular subsciiption shows in the days of Ed [fStran-

Bulldogs working off Christmas William and Mary football squad, Detroit Sale :Next item on the Demopoulos program for Orlando is the to finance the first glen] Lewis and Joe Stecher His

,.chow yesterday In a ragged arriving here an hour and a half l oxiiig show mapped out by Temple Mason and the AmVetswhich regatta. Future regattas are survivors include his brother

scrimmage session which was far 1 late yesterday on a chartered CompletionNear is !set' for .Ian.j; at the TC'gionrl"na.. planned.The i William [Billy| Sandow, formerly -

from bright plane, lost no time in getting Mason said his r.II'eI011101 be announced this weekend. organization also alms to I I.eis' manager.
The Georgia mentor hail a I down to serious practice for its Donations can be sent to the Sentinel-Star I
offices Rut. promote rowing in Florida INVESTIGATE BEFORE YOU BUY!
few sentences of displeasure. at i New with At HandDETROIT
Year's encounter
Day hands, YMCA and IS. C. Baker's Men's Shop in Winter Park, schools and to establish in a !
the close of the workout, one ; the Arkansas Razorbacks Jan. 1 however.DemojHMiIos. scholarship fund for rowing can
of which was "they didn't doan.thing i in the Dixie Bowl. f FPl Sale of the Detroit -
will need $9OOO to medical didates.
defray and
hospitalexpenses
rIJtht.ddrd to this, I Coach Rube McCray: got his Lions football club to a
incurred since his spinal dislocation: '. 3 in Ves.leyanUnivcisflt
\ a -
Howard Johnson, 19'ipoundreCAR men out on the practice field seven-man syndicate including I
I frestimanfoolliall in hiarifoid.'Jalsil Ten teams-an all-time high-- II ....
hours after the settled game H. Town
|'I two boys Walter O. "Spike Briggs Jr_. son _ operated in the National Hockey I Ag.nt
I down in their hotel rooms. ,of the owner of the Detroit Tigers .
League in 1JWO.Tangerine
I I A HOME-TOWN TRANSACTION!
OWNERS I appeared certain yesterdayas ;
Club -- --
I I SAN FRANCISCO [AP] The the group filed articles of incorporation I S Boys' LeagueIn
Don't Be Denied the RightTo East and West teams got down to form the Detroit BowlInformation Statistics show that . Decemberis
for
the Most Hazardous Month
Drive Your Carl to contact work yesterday as the Football Co. Action Today I Fires' due to Xmas Decorations . .
1 college all-stars prepared for i The filing of the papers indicated I Check tour Insurance and see if yon a SI
their annual football game in Ke- ao IQ The Denmark Sporting Goods are fully covered . .
The best way to. protect your- strongly that Mandel and
/ar Stadium, for the benefit of A and Cooper Dry Cleaning quin Here's Tangerine Bowl ticket tales I 0 P ; -
self Is with an American Fire t the syndicate' have agreed tentatively 8& I I information: Mutual Ins. Agency
& Casualty Company policy.AVC the Shriners' Hospital for Crip-- to the sale' and need only tets of the Orlando Boys' Club, Game: 'IS p.m., Jan. 1. 154*. Geiger
Stadium teats: S4.20, *3.M, $S2.4 and Phone (231
pled Children. 7 \ his S. Orange Ave.
% MONEY Brin. your motor an. approval of the commissioner to I Intermediate Basketball League. $1.SO. including ta..) a They make wonderf
serial number. Four months to say At Santa (Clara Head CoachBernie the deal. End zone wats: SI.20 (include t...)
the premium. herman for the East complete tangle in the 2-30: p.m. feature at- Ticket lainMail : additions to yovr photo
'hews traction of a triple header at Davis order: Secretary Elks Club, 40'
team found results "lery satis E. Central Av... Orlando. CENTURY OIL BURNERSAND albums and are equally
DON MOTT facotol')." He singled:; out as Mares! of Wisconsin and Bob I Armory today.In Local: Lobby, San Juan Hotel; William pleasing when framed or

Ph. 8116 128 S. Court St. running stars! of the day's Siilliinn of Holy Cros By HAROLD ESCH the first clash at 1:30:: John"tn's or Jack* Cioar Holloway's.Shop. Dime Package Store. OIL BURNING FURNACES mounted. See ws today.Brown's .

I scrimmage:; halfbacks Karl The "'est team at Palo Alto LAWN BOWI.IXG . Entries Men's Shop collides with Winter Garden_ : Henry Bntt't Service
---- - -- also had its first real scrimmage. I Rumby Hardware and in the 3:"W Station.Wnter Park: O'Brien' Pharmacy.Also MAX T. RICHARDS Camera Shop
i filed for the Leonard Denny finale, Eola Coffee battles at any Elks Lodge in CentralFior.da. Since 1928- 111 N. OHBI Tel 4772"TIME"is

SALKS ,Trophy play between the Orlando Hughes Sporting Goods. 2911 N. ORANGE PHONE Z-130J
CHRYSLER : PLYMOUTH"Scoring _ _
SERVICE SOIUNAR TABLES : and St. Petersburg Clubs now I ---

'number eight trebles rinkS from Murray. Dr. G. W. Hobby, C. F. ,
Strike" f'OY.Making I
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Perfect According to the Solunar ''the local members. Only four Rhodes and Lloyd Murray whipped WALL TILETileOPlasric here and it's for "YOU"FINANCE
a perfect strike in bowling takes L' I') tables calculated: fot this area Mrs. E. M. Cobb. Mrs.W.. G.
such
; teams slated 1
much practice and skill I d of the State the best times are to go Srorles and Guy Srodes by 2 -l1.
POur for bunting and fishing will against the visitors on January A Dow Chemical Plastic
complete bumper-to-bumper serv- Herb Tilley, Harry Hall and
Uth; so an elimination round : :m 524 S. Kuhl Phone 2-2821
icing by experienced mechanics will be as follows with Major or Billy Littell lost !9 to 22 to Jim 1
score a "perfect strike" with your auto periods indicating the best I rounds will be necessary to decide Shelley, S. L. Hollister and G. II. WYCKOFF HARDWARE $ I
mobile. :: time and Minor periods the :' on the final four Orlando .Crofut. RLOUTiS!
next best hours; representatives. '
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The longest game of the after

A. P. CLARK MOTORS, Inc. Day Min.A. Maj.M. Klin..P. M.MaJ. Games trebles yesterday and one: Seven full gamesof team noon well and saw J.L.Hanna.C. Nicholson George Corn-come r.v.i.I l /

889 X. ORANGE PI10XE 2-0746) Sat :5-5) --- 6 ii5->: iSiai !11t'h] were the order of the day.. from behind to defeat George WE HAVECOLORED . '* .
Sun b.tO: 12:35: 6 >0 1:10: Geoiee; Spencer, skip. Dr. R. B.
Ooxee.'alter Becker and John MOVIE
Major Solunar periods, lasting 1V" I: I
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Jimmy
I to 2 hours in duration are shown in Daniel bv IT to 14. Doxsee's:
black .... Minor belt :MiMoi'eland filM .
t1' (or second defeated J. W. : $300
I" EVERYTHING FOR THE BUILDER 1_ prod., shorter hours. light typo. \\.Md''1. kip Fred Woodworth. rink had nine points chalked up j
l before Ilanna's threesome could .
1' \11! Toil;n-on: and William Scott. score. I 1."I' ;

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PHILLIPSWELLBORN ,. i ., icy] Muffitt took Dick ,; i Equipment. Note. Co-Makers.
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Page 8 : 4161 or 3-1631 (!OrlanuO fflornfttrj frmtitlrl Saturday, December 27, 1947 Adventists HearThe I From Missions Becker Randall WARREN'SFine


40th anniversary of the anon and recently took a tripto Furniture

founding of the Missionary Volunteer Jerusalem and the Hol:>

. It: lie ft'Iamlo' thurdl Suitto : Society, the youth groupof Lands. Wills Filed Here FLOOR COVERINGSAPPLIANCES

the Seventh Day Adventist denomination ) Elderr.. H. Branson, vice- 30* Fairbanks Ave. .t. Winter Park
of the General Conference
was observed by the president Open Monday Evening
Ii
S Hyer Ph. 4303 Office Room 5 Church worship. 0:30: p m. Juniors' and T. P.I I i Orlando society last night at its of Seventh Day Adventistsin I I _
Baptist Bide Ph 2-CKJ7: 9.45. m Bible. School 7-30 p.m Evrnln CFrvlce. 11 a m. "This $ church Robinson and RosalindA.VPS. charge of the entire China division Harry G. Becker of 1410 Alta- r4 -
toplr"I to The Victor Faith." 7:30 p.m. To be 1 loma -
NORTH PARK BAPTIST--. Mills Stand llam Momma Worship Sermon St. Orlando who died Nov. VITAMINS
Liveth 6 30 announced YRe'o was represented by his
I Ave W. K. Clarke pastor Know That My Redt-mer |
W :> 11. left an estate valued at $5.500'and ;
> School 11 ..m MornincV : pm Study aroui'j. 7 30 p m Evangelist Fifteen Orlando families sister, Mrs. Martha Bozarth.I .
8 4: a "j a FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Church and are DON'T BUCK YOU UPtry
by pastor. 'Time to Service Olin Hay. minister of the South E. R. Randall, 648 Holden
"IIP .1 sernron I I I I Elder and Mrs. William Kues-
Main Sta. The R..Y. Marshall C. mission
Baptist ratfl1n KT.. guest speaker. represented in far-flung
c'. r C 6.30 pm Louisville. I Isistant ISt who died Nov. 29 left
Dt-nd"1 real
P. ,
D D. patter the Rev. Jack i
lthmilage NTJXATEO IRON
*,45 Evenlna Service members of their ter who are stationed at Nassau
? Ui pm. I fields and ,
by pastor. "Suns of toe linteL"FIRsT Congregational pastor; the Rev. L. E. & :2-'I: I Iv I I .,and personal property valued at WIse doctor .dicta sad U
pastor emeritus. 11 a m. Morning worship, : families !showed': pictures and are home for a short stay and e.ba1p yogi you. be tries ctrca another yoa a. owdJdna. Ukawl -
7145.
BAPTIST-Cor. Main and Pine CONGREGATIONAL-Wlnt..r Park. Cor. (broadcast orrr WORZ) Sermon topic by read from letters. showed pictures of that place. ,.. Ifjltamlns don't back toe try
6 3 m. Fu nine Worship 7.30 P.m. Interlachen and New England Aves. The Dr. Dendy: "That Which If Important. excerpts! The two wills were admittedto KLIATED RON to help a,. d am rCj mdMoe
Tu krr. D D. pastor. Sun- R<... LouIS Scbulx. STL minister. Church 5 30 p m Vesper service of Christmas mu- Elder: M. C. Guild), a retired la your t 'sd. For f..J rd t''''''' belpa sianyo
3. t I
SI Morning Worship School. 9 45 a m. Morning Worship. 11 sic by the' lour choirs of the church Mrs. J- \h. BladIeysented ( repre( probate yesterday by County 01 to fool Jmt vo dw.L Slick t* NGXATCD
11 a 5. B>| '-i Trammc Union 6 3O p m. a m. will assist : her daughter::: Free, Judge Victor j Ma;. But me cc:, M direCted GIt lt.. laM.
Ev: r...:t Whip 1:39 p.m. Pastor .ill student members of the church I of the church in the Recreation Room < his son, Elder: Cecil Guild,
brine the m'-sage at the morning: aervice. In the service. Pilgrim Fellowship 7 p.m 9:45: a m. Bible School M. R. Smith super- whose! husband! H. J. Bennett, who Is president of the West Under terms! of the! Becker j
the Annual StniUotHuht intendent. is director of mission' stationin I
At lile eve"" ifrvice I a '
Pn ram will be presented. Miss Barbara EpiscopalTHE China Union will, two sisters, Carrie Alma 'I

Jean Morgan in cnarce. I CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF ST. Salvation ArmyTHE : the Belgian::; Congo. Miss: Nellie Ferree, who Is Becker and Mary B. Halwrrda' I II

Oal LUKE (EPISCOPAL)-N Main at JeffersonSt SALVATION ARMY-Sunday School i Chariot Koslake told about the shared the residuary estate.' '
ARTIST MISSION <-
OAKLAND The Very Rev. Melville E. Johnson. 10 a m. Morning Worship Service 11 a m. normal director at the Philip-
Ja : tic sermon by the Rev. Rev. Robert K. Oumm. Service 6 Greta t work of hi brother Edgar Kes- I I
DD Dean The I Young Peoples 9 m. The
Union share of the
D. V ).J. :er. Sunday 4pm. Every- I pines College, was represented principal
Bailey Day. Canon. 7:15
Canon. The Rev. John Hallden in charge. Street meeting : of
bpw msLAKE I I First Sunday after Christmas (Holy Innocents p m. E..nu1stlc Senlc. 8 p in. C.pt.I I lake, who is in charge an I I by her sister, Miss Nellie Randall estate went to hi?

HILL BAPTIST-Orlo Vista. TheRe ) 7:30 a m. The Holy Communion. and Mn. E. 11. FerklDlf officers ID charge. extensive Bible correspondence Ferree. widow, Lulu K. Randall.
Church'School I
,9.30 a.m. Nursery. Kindergarten. bin Eo Central Ass
V MrAlllster. pastor. Sunday course carried on in Nigeria. I I
> D. : and Women's Bible Class at Cathedral Mrs. Carl T. Jones [Lucille
lie ->1 10 a m Morning Worship 11 am.
T'' 3i Ci.-J; 6 30 p m Evening Worship 8choo; Senior Slits and Collec Clasaat UnitarianFIRST !: Mrs.! F. M. Freeman reportedon Hall] was represented by her : ,
11 Morning prayer. /
Parish House. a m. Zellwood
!:.J p.m. Christmas carol service in place of sermon. UNITARIAN last Central at the work of ;Miss Katherine sister, Miss: Pauline Hall, who Negro
Nursery class held in Parish House for RotaUnd. Sunday School end Morning Rudde, a nurse in the Kenya
WINTER' PARK .APTISTInlerl.chen.t worship at 11 a m. "194" and What Kind told about their experiences at
children of parents who are attending Held In
C m K the Rev. Raymond P. Inger-D. church. 6:30: p m. Young P. plr's Service _f World?" The Rev. WJma L. Constable o 'olonv of Africa. Mrs. Howard :Manila where Mr. Hall is di- [ Slaying J
ao.. pa 9 45 a m. Sunday SchooL and th-, Rev. William A. Constable, joint the Robert '
League. 7:3O: p.m. Christmas pageant in Wieland told about *
A. W odwaro Supt. 11'OO a.m. Morninco the Cathedral. ministers. rector of the science departmentat I Tony Brooker Jr., 20 Zellwood _
IP, blew Years sermon. 6:15: p m.. PARSON-S I Wielands in U anda. Africa.
Trailing Union. George Lentz. director. I STOKER [above! research : where he director of a mission the Philippines Union College.Mrs. I Negro, is in the County jail Rustic Style Light
service Jewish Unity told about
,.30 p m. Evening worship. Praise I : Montgomery booked on a charge: of murderin
with brief aermon. Wednesday. 7:30: pm. JEWISH-Congregation Obey Shalom. E. UNITY-503 S. Orsnie Ave. The Rev. assistant in Jackson !station.' her \ [ :Mrs. Leo
Pra'" aI\ Conference meeting. Wednea- Church St. and Eola: Dr. Morris A. Skop. Carolvn H. Parsons pastor. Devotional !, daught'rIartha connection with the fatal
da 8.*) pm Clnir Rehearsal. rabbi: the Rev. Pmchos Nobel. SABBATH Service 11 am. Sunday School 30 am. I Memorial Laboratory, Bar Harbor I Mrs. Grace Johnson reported Odoml. also at Manila, where .Christmas night shooting of Homart 3.29
'i t e last Sunday morning: In6u SERVICES Fnda at 815 p m. with sermon "A New Htaten. and a New Earth Weekday -
\ Odom is in of the
her };(drr CharlesBozarth Mr. charge .
brother
> 9 I :h'.il and the loose eienmc by Rabbi Skop. Saturdays at 8 30tz. I classesMonday: 1O a m. and 8pm. Me. holds a vicious rabbit on Willie Louis Brown, 39: Princeton Friendly outdoor lantern' ; bonderiiedpanels.
ofl 'fN the new Children's Home to with Torah Service and Kiddush: Bar Tuesday and Thursday 10 a m. Prayer who is president! of recently reopened publishinghouse :: Negro.:: cut steel trees against frosted' glass
be I I' .t at Lakeland. Fla amounted to :: .. Club Story Hour at 10 a m. loibard Service. 12: noon and 3 p m. Monday to lab variety, the result of the Union of South .Africa stationed for missionary literature.Mrs. : | Rust-proof hiu'h. 9-la. hit a.
$2:.;, JO. More will probably be added. by Kiddush for boss and girls; Sun- Friday: 12 noon only Saturday. I' II I Barrow died instantly when I'nderwirters Approved
:: day Religious School Assembly at 10 am.: selective inbreeding. The uninhibited at Cape Town, and also! Montgomery, whose four .38 caliber bullets were
LOCKHART .APTlST-JohD R. Chiles Dally Jit-brew School at 3:30 pm.; Confirmation Churches
pat Sunday School at 10.50 m.TII Class on Sundays 10 to 1 p.m. I Other has bitten Par- about her cousin, Ernest Bran husband was a ice-president pumped into his body at the Sears Roebuck & Co.
ng Un, at 630 pm. Morning and and Tuesdays at 2 p m.: Adult Book Forum I RELIGIOUS SOCIETY OF FRIENDSSoyosiu -, bunny son, who i is in administrativework of the General Conference for Silver Slipper, Negro juke joint
LIberty St. 11.
108 m.
House i
_ _ _ The
eve a ii aiLS sermons on: Sundays at 1030 am.: Jewish Community at Pia 9111)
1.0 i Jd "},I7 Tunes Are In Thy Councileekly Radio Broadcast over Station Flrst-d.Y. Dt-c. 28. hour of .orshlp. I sons several times. in Kg::;) pt. \ 22 years, told almiit her own I in Zrlhvood. Oranle Washington

Hal II. liSa ;11:151. WHOO at 2.15 pm. This week OilS I experiences in South America - ----- --
told
ALTAMONTE CHAPEL ALTAMONTE Miss Dorothy Bradley
Bear. president will brine the message:
FORT CHRISTMAS BAPTIST-Christ- AZA and Silo Youth Groups Sundays at SPRINGS-Regular Sunday morning worship about her sister, Miss Mildred : where' the late Klder: Montgomery -
> i: ,,1 l House. Clyde Duncan paster. Jewish King Lear will beshown at 11'00 a m. Dr. Win. S. Beards topic Music Festival ELECTROCUTED
pie : -.t> i 7 30 p.m.; the i organi/ed::: the South Try A New Taste
10 ') Eun.ai School. Cecil A. Tucker. su- 1 at the Synagogue Ladles Auxiliary' for this Sunday. "How Long! ChiidcenaSunday Bradley, who is instructor of I'
pen'iteuilent 11OO: Worship with messageby meeting Tuesday. Jan. 13. at 1 p m. School In the Chapel at ..30 a m. in Adventist Sanita- American di\i..ion in 1915; and
I an
L:" r>t. * ing. 7 .J Fi.''ay Community sing. Visitors LutheranTRINITY Community House at 9 30 a m. rium at Surat. India. Harry I'
are always welcome. I Scott represented his brother There was a huge map with Cooked electrically' . rooted hot dog inside and out
EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN- FIRST SPIRITUAL-44'j W. Church St
'DELANEY ST. BAPTIST-mi DelaneySt. E. Livingston Ave. at Ruth St. Albert H. 7 30 p m. St. John. 14 Chapter. 12th Verse. Lake Eola Francis. stationed in Burma. I streamers leading:: to the fields Also featuring
Mi, Inn C Swicegood. pastor. 9:45: Bible D. Besalski. M A. pastor. 94:> am. Sun- < Vrrily. verily I say unto you he that believeth I Robert Case told of the workof where the 15 are stationed. The -THE WORLD'S BEST HAMBURGER:
'. day ,, Class 11 am. DivinsWorship ' on me the works that I do shall
t R J. Kieser. auprrintendent.irCO
W'I\ > with mesage by Rnbert Sax- 1, :lltbnofbb"o; I 12:30:: pm i h, do also. The Rev. Alice M. Greaser I Tomorrow at 3 p.m. the Central Robert Mole, who is on the j II talks brought out the kind of

ton. 6:15: Training Union. Mrs. W. S. Mor- the Lutheran Hour. Station WLOF. 2:30p : I D.D. speaker. Florida Festival of Music, faculty of Bicrut College, in Lelj-I letters to write those away from MIDGET GRILL
diri 7.3O Vtorsblp. Student pro- m. Junior Walther League. New Tear'sDay. I
gan. 10 JEHOVAH'S featuring more than 50 musicians -.--- --- -'- i home to encourage,: them and
grant presented br our college students Jan. 1. Divine Worship at am. ORLANDO COMPANY OF' I At the Gateway' Winter Park
wit a a In ate by the pastor on "(;brla- WIVNESSES-440 S Huehe, St. Public will their second i help them keep in touch with
tlan E' n 7.30 Tuesday YWAs meet: ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN-Affiliated with meeting:: Bubiect: 'New Heavens and aNew present : !i SAM ROPER Owner Open 1 Days a W..k-l. P.M. to II M
Bri d meets. 7 30 Wednesday prayer the Amer.ran Lutheran Conference and Earth Speaker: E. Clark. Time: 3 l concert at the band stand in Driver Survives events in the homeland.

m ..jg. 8'0 choir prarUr. There IS the National Ll&ther.n COllncl1. E Churrh p W.lchto..er Study subject: ProfitableTolerance. Lake Eola Park.A I
a .L--J maintained for all Sunday auv- and S. Lake Sts. The Rcv. O. E. Liden.pastor. Time: 4.15 p m.
keL I Morning worship tdl oclock. I two-hour program will be Freak Accident
Text: "The Protecting a of Cod." I DOWNEY MEMORIAL Ui'on-Denomlna- offered by the Music Festival,
: Church School. 9.45 a m. New Tear's Eve tlonall-Sunday School 2 p m. Church !
Church of Christ. Scientist Night Watch service at 11 p m. precededby Services 310m. The Rev. J. DIDlle wm an organization: co-sponsored Max R Weetlen, driver of a

FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST Scientist- a program at 9 o'clock and social hour bring the message.. Young People's Services by the Greater Orlando Chamber 750-gaIlon Amoco tank truck, THE SALE have been wailing forChandler's -i i'
Rosalind Aver e and WaU Street. Sunday 745 p m.CHURCH I you
uninjured
of Commerce and the psoaixxl; I yesterday
6eiat 11:00: a.m. Subject: CHRISTIAN MethodistTHE I I
SCIENCE. Sunday School at 11:00: am. PARK METHODIST-In- OF BRETHREN-Harmon and 1 American Federation of Music when his truck overturned and
Web iay testimonial at WINTER I Clay Sts. Sunday School 9 45. Sermonat F
meeting
B 0...;*... evening Free Reading Room in the terlachen at Morse Blvd. Kenneth O. Rogers 11. Evening Services League at 7. Illustrated Local No. 38:>. The concert will landed right side up near the
Arcade 120 North Orange Avenue open minister: Christine Baldwin choir songs at 8 p m. Everyone welcomed. I feature several of Central city limits on North Orange Blossom -
director: Elizabeth Cole. organist: J. Archie
dat ip: exceot Sunday and legal holidays I I E. J. Gascho. pastor.
Kent. Sunday School superintendent. 9 45 I TraiL
Florida's more outstanding
from 9 in the morning until 5 in the after
noon. Te-phone: 8768. Radio programevery a m. Church. "Possessing School. Canaan.11 a m." 6.30 MorningWorship. p.m: I CHRISTIAN LIGHT SPIRITUALIST I soloists, A. C. Slaughter, secre j Wecden was!' thrown from the
Sunday morning at 9.45 over station 4 miles west on Winter Garden Rd. and .
Youth Fellowship Wednesday eveninn. 11 cab and landed on the seat; which
WOBO. Adams St Sundav. Drc 28. 8pm. Sermon tary-manager,: of the chamber semi-annual
p m. Watch Night. Service. Installation : On Truth Guest srx.ker. Dr. Clarence announced.ley. had also been thrown free of I
of WSCS oflicera.FIRST I II .
I Britten. Messages for alL The Rev.H. I
Church of Christ I Thr.sh. p.slor.I the truck. The vehicle overturned -
I I METHODIST Main St. at
CHURCH OP CHRIST-118 K. Jefferson Jackson Dr John Branscomb. pastor Weeden said, when he
St. Gilbert E. Ebaflrr. minister. Sunday: the Rev. Robert M. Blackburn associate.I threw on brakes!, to avoid hitting

Bible study 11:00:10'OO am.a m.Preaching Preaching andCominunlon andommunion for 11 a the m. New and Tesr.7.3O p P m M.-A-Student lot -Companions Recognition -I Orlando At WorshipBy another auto which stopped suddenly -

7:30 p.m. all ages.Service 9.45 a m. Church School for in front of him. SALE

CHURCH OF CHRIST-Apopka. Florida -
Sunday Bible study 10.00 a m. Preachingand : CASSELBERRY COMMUNITY METHODIST -
Communion 11'00 a.m. Preaching and -The Rev. Nath Thompson pastor. I DAVE ENLOW I II Coss! Memorial Methodist Legion SponsorsNew

Communion 7:30 p.m. Sunday School 9.45 a m Morning Service [Church Editor!: Orlcndo? : Mom ng l SentrteflHapp'lest pastor, tomorrow at 3 p.m.
11 am. The J. T Dingier Jr. will have
CHURCH OF CHRIST-Winter Oarden. charge of the morning strvlce. Choir practice of New Years to all I' Year's Eve
Florida. Sunday: Bible study 10.00 a ra. Wednesday 8 p.m. I Twenty-four Central Floridians -
Preaching and Communion 11 a.m. Preaching Orlando Morning Sentinel I '
and Communion 7:30: p.m. METHODIST-PineCastle. 9 4$ Church will be among 10.000Iethod\ -
SchooL 11 a.m. Divine worship. 5.30- I readers, and may we "run with Dance Party tZtthtd;
CHURCH', OF CHRIST-Ocoee. Florida. 7 30 p.m Youth Fellowship. 7 30 Evening I patience the race that is set ist young people attending the a&/efAd
Bui 'y Bible study 10 00 a m. Preachingand : :
worship. Sermon text: "Accepting
Methodist\ Youth Conference. New Years? Eve will he celebrated -
Communion 11.00 a.m. Preaching and Gods Christmas Gift." Collls C. Blair. before us, looking unto Jesus, I
Coxumut.ion 7:30 p.m. minister. I the author and finisher of our : Dec 30 to Jan.. 2, at Cleveland, at the American Legion
I faith." Home on Lake Ivanhoe witha
_ Christian HOLDEN HEIGHTS ETHODIST-26th I I Ohio! dance sponsored by the Or-
CHRISTIAN MISSIONARY ALLIANCE- 'St. at Orange Blossom Trail. J. O. Carder I May 1918 bring: manifold
Included will be the Misses
Andr...on and Delaney SU. The Rev. H. P. minister. Church School at 10 o'clock blessings': and bountiful pros- 'I lando Memorial Post 19, it was
Rankin. Sunday. 9 4.5 a m Sundae School W. A. Worl. superintendent. Morning I
;Mary Hubbard Sarah Lou> Jones. announced
yesterday.
11 a m. Morning" Worship. Monday and worship at 11 a m. Teat 1. Kings 20 22 perity to each of you.
Wednesday. Prayer meetings. 7:3O: pm. "00. &trengLbt'n thysel for at the retllrnof Dorothy Parham, Sara Hilde I Music will he furnished by
11 a m. What Do You Want, Most of AU. the year the king of Syria will come and his orchestra. 5299 5399
_ _ _ For the New Year" 7:3O p.m. "The Com- up against thee." "New Year Battles." The RL Rev. John D. Wing, brand, Virginia English and Bev. i Knowlton
inc Again of the Say lour.- 6:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship meets at 6:30. Evening Bishop of the Diocese of South I There will also be door prizes, $

young People Service.TABERNACLE. Service 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic I worship at ':30.hour,Sermon with congregational subject "Unclaimed singing Florida, will confirm a class pre- erly Stowe, and Gilbert McCree, 1 floor show and favors for festivities $110

I Possession. Tnt Joshua 13.1. "There sented by the Rev. James L. Orlando; Misses Irene Heather- welcoming the new
CHRISTIAN-130 E. Central. remalneth yet. much land to be possessed." and Bigger-
ington Jacqueline
Oren H Wbiton. minister. Res. 225'p" i Duncan, rector of All Saints'Church year.
COLLEGE PARK METHODIST-PrID at the 11 a.m. service tomorrow staff, and Mrs. Myra Dewhirst, Reservations may he made
ton at Ed..e"at..r. Parsonage: 115 W. and will bless the win- by calling,: Coflric Ponz at the '
Yale. D. C. McCall. superintendent of | :I Winter Park: Miss Dorothy Matthews :'t.I .
$ the Church School, which meets at 9:45: : dow placed in the Sanctuary in Apopka; Miss Betty Rob- Legion Home, telephone 4871. Reduced from 6.99 and $5.99 .
'unf.illf am. Morning worship at 11. the sermon of the Rev. James
subject "The Challenge of Christ" by the memory I erson, Winter Garden.
C/iit- I pastor. Urs. Audentla Fredrick Moran. I Bishop Thomas first rector of Also Miss Joyce Gibson, De-
orxanlst and choir director. The new officers I
the Parish and his wife.
DEPENDABLE
I
of the Woman's Society: of Christian Land: James Vincent, Mt. Dora;
THE NATIONS Service will be installed at the mornIng Pat Rabun Melbourne Misses
I The J'u'hari..tic windnw was ; TYPEWRITER
: service. Youth Fellowship Groups at i
HEAR 6 45 p.m. and evening worship at 7 30. giVen l>y the Thomas family I Betty Joe Jenkins and Ann Williams nrpair and Service I The sale you eagerly await. QualiCraft Shoescut

STIRRING I 1 The evening" sermon subject: "The Master I and the congregation in memory Kissimmec; Miss Em Bev- I I On AU Standard Makes !
U Come. 'I several dollars below usual low prices
GOSPLMESAEsDR.WALTERA.MiUR of the first rector. In 1921. I is, Tavares; Ernest McCorkle
GOSS MEMORIAL METHODIST-308 E. Pine Castle Miss Eleanor I HOWELL'S OFFICE MACHINES I
Saints'
8Y Dr. Thomas came to All ; I I I
Jackson St. The Rev. John T. Dlnsley.minister. Suedes and/ polished leathers in styles.
Church School bc<
0.. 'H&LUTHERAN o'clock.Morning worship The pastor In the preaching church: on.at "A 11 his leadership, became a par. Crumley, Sanford; ;Marion Slacks, browns, reds and blues. High, cuban or

Challenge For The New Year." i..h. Hancock, Sebastian; Charles W. i
ate and Senior M Y F. groups Inlerml'dl-\\ Smith, New Smyrna Beach, and MERCURY flat heels. Sizes 3 to 10, AAA to C, but not
HOURWITH at 6.45. The evening service The window portrays the Last
7:30.: College student Supper In the lower lancet and Clyde W. Kenyon, Eustis. OUTBOARD MOTORS in every style. Hurry in for best selections I 4
THE night. Message by the pastor. I 3.99I
LUTHERAN has an inset of the passover celebration Chaplain O. H. Gerstenkorn of I SALES & SER'ICEHAGOOD
HOUR CHORUS REEVES MEMORIAL METHODIST-The of the Jewish people,
Rev. B. Wm. Palmer. pastor Church Florida State Sanatorium will BROS.
VERY SUNDAY which Lord's sacrifice fulfilled -
the
School 9:45: a m.. W. C. Logue.: superin continue a series of Bible studies
tendent. Morning worship 11 a m. Sermon The central panel I
portrays J24: W. Pine rhone 9664
subject.' "The Blank Page." Junior tomorrow at 3 p.Inat the Eola <:
WLOF Crusaders 6.45 p m. Young Adult Fellowship a scene from the eventsof Park bandstand, sponsored by''
6:45: p.m. Junior Crusaders 6:45 p.m. the :Maundy Thursday, the '
the Christian Business Men'sCommittee.
Evening worship 7:30 .
: p m.I
12:30: P.M.TRINITY d I Lord washing the feet of Peter, i | ABCDIAPER
I MILLER MEMORIAL METHODIST2025W. and the top lancet portrays the
Harry Wimberly Is In charge: i I
Central An. H. D. Jackaon Pastor.
Sunday School. 9 45 am. Morning: worship. anointing::: of the Lord by :Maryof I of the service, with J. Dwight I SERVICENew
LUTHERAN 11 a.m Training Union. 6.15 p mEvening Rcthany and the washing of
CHURCH worshIp 7.3O A. M. "The Way Peck leading the singing.
her feet with her tears. Accounts and Future
Jesus Did It." P. M. "Think On "
Thy Way
113 E Livingston Ave.. at Roth ilL
Albert: Besalski. M.A.. Pastor ,I The class!'! will consist!' of GRIFFITHS WELCOME SOX Reservations Are Solicited!

11.-00 9:43 A.M.A M. Divine Sunday Worship School !I Nazarene FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE eight( :: adults! and two children, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Griffith, 109 Telephone( 2-1171 I

1030 W. Kaley 'I and the confirmation service Westmoreland Dr.
Ave : the Rev. W. D. Croft are an-
ST LUKE'S LUTHERAN:
: pastor. Sunday School. 9.45 a m. Preaching will( follow( the blessing( of the nouncing the birth of a son ,
CHURCHIn Services 11'OO a.m. and 7:30 p m.
SlavU (Route 42S. 2 niL I... ol Youth Groups meet 6 30 p.m. Prayer window. Following( the confirmation I Eldon Lester Jr., Tuesday at t----t .
Oviedol meeting Wednesday 7 30 p.m. I the Bishop will Florida Sanitarium and Hospital. r ft! l

Stephen M. 'Tuhy Pastor bring a message H j
a 30 A.M English Divine Worship Presbyterian I r'.ll :
9 :30 A M. Sunday School REFORMED PRES.YTERIAN-Bro.d. The choir will sing There PIONEER DIES J $3.99
10 C.3: A.M Slovak Divine Worship and UVln.ton A. W Smith. pastor. PITTSBURGH .
(lAP] Rogers
Shall( Star Come Out of Jacob
10 a m Blbl& School. 11 a.m. MornIng a r / II l Smart Casual Shoes
-- -.--. I by Mendelssohn; I Bind Unto Flannery, 68, pioneer In the production i ,

Myself Today, Christians:: Awake. I and refining of vanadium -
'1'oure Cordially Invited to Attend I lIe Who Would Valiant Be. and an alloy in the manufacture 1 : Genuine leathers. Suedes.

THE BUSINESS MEN'S BIBLE CLASS i Hark, the Herald Angels Sing. terday.of high grade steel, died yes I Patents. Styles galore. *199

9:30 - \ Black, brown, red, green.
Every Sunday Morning I S
,
I Orlando Youth for Christ will < 1

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ;:b: : hear Dr. P. W. DuBose, of Hamp--\ t'I .

-We Will Be Glad to Greet You"Illj' den DuBose Academy In Zell-- \ \Ap/tfurcof I Regularly priced to $3.99

wood. today at 7:30: p.m. In First .
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ttaptist president. with! Church., Edla will have The Swaidmark YFC charge Council. as of!- [WATCH I i.Annex.Storkline.Visit our The Kroll.new largest and 3uveni1e Thaer selection Furniture juvenile of,J,i I : .": :.: ; -:: ... '""! .:::" : ,


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I iniise:: Lumpkin of Columbia, S. J ,_ -' :. _': .;.. :=.. Many styles and colors.

r as soprano soloist E I I I plin, lax

I 0: '_;it ." o:: : ,J.L' i:' i I : ,lk. '.. ?::_. o: :> I "I"l to $4.98 .)
College::: Park Baptist:: Church M m m m NICE! Regularly priced -
ill have Student What everyone l. saying *2.99
v. a Night !service -
.F'HILCO About the artistic furniture groupings
tomorrow at ;::30 p.m.. featuring Shown at -

college students who are THE HOUSE OF HASTINGS
home for the holiday season. I i IEJ
"Counselors In Good Taste"M
rhiko I, aot- like sterling silver Subject will be, Christianity on Park.Avenue, South) WINTER PARK Phone 597I'k. i

_Her yo. the quitity you seed the College Campus. I :: : : .: <: :::::K :::! ,;, .i: : 6.. I =
S :o Miss; Deloris Holly. Stetson! -
...... foe long-lived performance. Bay
.. -- your NEW PHILCO o> easy terms will !speak on the subject As! a ; !

o Wf'U at Associated. Student of Education Sees! It j

'.!,"M __ PAY AS $ fl A Miss:: Thressa Redman, Cumberland
College Ky., will speak on
\. , .- LITTLE AS A WEEK I I As! a Student of Biology Sees! It Qdndlet" SfwuI

J# - ON MANY MODELS j Miss:: .Timmie Nell Fleming.: Stet tyuaulTelephones
s. .. | :son.: As a Student of Religious: !

FLORIDA'S LARGEST RADIO AND APPLIANCE STORES I| Education Sees It; Louis Stone.

i Rollins, As a Student of En- I

'lil" I' inf'eringe It; Lewis Phillips. 115 S. ORANGE AVE.

-tt't tson. As Ministerial Student The home cf fine Innerspring Mattresses and
n
& ; >t es It, and Kenneth Stone Rol Matching Box Springs.
lins, As a Student of Business I
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Drop In today and see QUALITY built Into !


Downey Memorial Chapel these fine sleep inducing products.

will hear the Rev J. T. Ding- I I



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Auction Saturday, December, 1947 (Orlzittia iUorning Telephones: 4161 or 3-1681 Page 9

Daily Citrus [Livestock Marts Slntnr


OR"OUP. Boxes T. 12. Lost and Found 19. Services Offered 19. Services Offered


_ Dips Sharply a B. Wlb Id. R. Boxes GaSS. 61 Boa.11 THOMASVILLE Ga [AP] ClassifiedSentinelStar WALLET LOST-Xmas day rear 110 BEAD AND PEARL STRINGING PMTMBniO 6EHV1CE-W't.. c- .1

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N. Hyrr.
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,. drivers Expert Jewelry repair Plumbing .
CITY-idarkit tira Cat .... Car Avg Car A's. C..6W. C. Idrnthc.ton. Jet Beery. Heating c
and hither 18 I 402 6 5 4Sa 301 [SD\| Livestock arrivals totaled license Re.ad or writs Jewel erMagruder_ Arcade Bryan Day Z-2236 SIght 7;
N. Y. City (strong 21
Mrs. Ol.nda
Drummond.
In Yule Lull PhiladelphIa (lower, _____ -__ : 2.95 10 3 338 1 495. 9 30 625 cattle 364 calves, and.uon C1 ud.U. Boa 318. St. BULLDOZER SERVICE -Clearing, RUG AND DPHOL8TEBY I

5,000 ____u____ __ ___ few 44 3 515. 1 and grading Also ed stay clean lonle. pColors : .
Pittsburgh.hl.hfrl 4hl.hn) _u _nU___ ___ 1 338 __ ___ 3 455. 2 345 > hogs at eight major pack Irbblnl palmetto rake pan revive .. '
DOW JONES AVERAGES Cleveland 'eulerl _ ___ ___ 8 281 __ __ 4 5 054 3 327 ing plants at Albam Columbus.Ioulrie Beauty ParlorsAMfERAS 24427Jjr. Mjrdock !on Use arala same day Ph--r
NEW YORK (UM Chicago lotroog and higher) ___ ___ 5 386 ___ 4 473. 2 29 \\ Rat- __ Orlando 716 r I
Stocks: Of.. High Low CIo Net Ch Cincinnati (lower) __ __.u__ ___ I 253 __ ___ 2 3.75c 4 : Thomas\ille and Tif- Daily 28c pr line B-Sps'eiahing in finest BUILDING A\-lC.information D.cla._ _
Ids 11.3 11.7 IT*.M 17*.IS .(f 1.5 Detroit hoard--------------- __ 2 7 __ --- 4 4695 4 284 .; Dot ha n. Ala and Jacksonville Minimum charge quail Derma neotwasria nO all help of kd. Call an StBOOtTNO REPAIRS or ,
o
J Maile 51.46 SI.M .ff Baltimore ) __.nn_ __ _n few .- 1 457. 1 293 Sunday 35 per line beauty culture. Popular prices. 20 Nebraska No oelicatlon r.... i
Tallahassee for
and estlma
2 Ulllt 33.42 33 04 33.21 *ff 0 16 Ine.ul.r $2 285 1 386 28 488 4 2'7 i Minimum charge 03 E Pine: 6462.__ __ __ r' j
215
as St'US U.3.7 64.'3 ".1' 44.31 off 0.. Tot.1 ---------------2; Hog? prices were mostly steady 3 Ccn5c"tv Days 20c line a day CONCRETE SERVICE-Floors, roofs, .r.nt. 3 ytn to pa'
stocks used average* a-hl.hrr btron. "GRAPEFRUIT. ( 1 ConSecutive Dan 18c One a day C.'ROT-KAY BEAU S.lon driveways. steps .n walks The 8510 S,
yesterday T..n.e..n.: Indu.t..la 73.600: ,.".od. S Florida' S'd. RI. \\'enesdav.s ad\ance Comp 'Cuunt 6 AYu,. Worc 1 5 Stor. best t ., .orkuh Son Winter Garden Road a
Id le
41._: utiht.e. 2.,9 total 147,MO. s.d. Boxes Wlrb Ba. for soft and National Out o* Slatel Rates sen m.nent ce. Expertly waving sod done complete Pb. 4014 beauty and ..tel.1 Free I "! ___
Clot Net Cn .... corete of all kinds. '
eu
boOs: A. Single 3ac line c 678 UPHOLSTERY I t
__ _ __ .31 C-M.rke t. Cr -hard hogs at eight major In.eruon per or 9530. Buchanan Concrete ..
4 Bonds M.a2 of f 0 N and higher) ___ _--------------------3 311 3 Days 30c line a day EDEAT D1IVE 242. Beauty Expert workmansnip :8
1 lit "His _u_ lOUSOfftM Philadelphia tatonl uuu______ __ 3 23Boton packing plants were as follows: 7 Consecutive Days 2oc line a day 3193. On. come CONTRACT BUILDING-Kew h Guaranteed motnproofmc ,. .

2nd Rail! u n u u u lS.47ofI.13 10we'_--___--__________ -------- -- --- -- Medium to choice narrows and (Minimum 3 line) you'II come again Best service all commerctal : an kind ; 2-2990. Kl.l2 Co of O. ,

10 utils -- ._ .u u 100.M off ..23 10.e.____________________ _______ -- -- _n -- Advertisers beauty ul're Rena DunbsrKELLET '_ F bulen. RADIO and saaall appll.r. e
__ 04.00.1(0.34 180-240 ItS $2-1.50-525.25 "U.t.to notify Conl3.
gilts
10 Inds Cleveland ____-- --------- -- --- -- FuU.d.133. service Work
Chica.o nnn_ ____ _____ ______ _- n -- with closely sorted long- I. Immd.at.tl .any errors in S BEAU SHOP-146 E. CK A P Cash and delivery fuaran..Iptckup vCaldvell .' -
MARKETS AT A GLANCE .no comment) _________ _____u___ _n few 211 -- --- some tl.'r Sentirol-Star wl Church .. Pon. 3-1014 Permanent Id c.r. as you
Ph 2-IQ7
Clnclnn.t _____ hauled lots to around 82 : ). eesponsbio for only .0. wave*. $5 H..y. :
Now York __._ _________ _ - -- n up ;, .orrect rmplfe. Expr money Brine as your cothe .
n ____ ____ 1 169 in.ron.An hair cut,ng: all waves perior Cleaners 214 S
KOEATIONSEF
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STOCKS: L.-r h''t selling hand Baltimore (lower) .n.nnu u -- -- \\eisjhts 240-270 Ibs, $2"..>0-S2o; B _
-- 3.16I Want-Ads start in The Ot.ande t.'Ifd. _20 _years_eXPrele._ ___ :
BONDS cap :I."r Easy: .il. d.ift '.*... TOI.l ------------- ii-.i ..y ( --e-- : ; 270() !lbs.! and up. $21$2li: Morning Sentinel and are printe SILVER BEAUTY typesof I CONTRACTOR. and builders- Newbuildings. refrigerators expertly an.
Sly. in both The Sentinel SAL-AI repairing We trained technlctaiis All s ,
.moeh.
COTTON: Steady Chicago: mill buyino utd. WS b.I Sosep 1SO() Ibs. S23.5S21016 Its., Orlando Evening Star o the game frm.n n and also opr.e Ilnt-! cabinetsHop. I anteed Willard KfI.. j
CITY-Market
: Lucy
t. Bne : date 6220 21 W Pine ,. Greer N. Orange Mills Colonlalto: Pb 51: .
WHEAT: Mi.e May .lower; deferred New York City and higher) __ __ ___ 1 2 6 3 44 22.82J; ; 12010 $16.50$1. .
months Philadelphia t'o.e _u__________ __ __ 1 1 5 331 good rhe W.nt-Ad Department la open IS. Schools phone 3 3115_or 2-0661,_ REFRIGERATION SERVICE

wCOIN: E..I: small scale liquidation. --nn_______ __ __ ___ ; 3.13 mosty from 8. a m. to6pm daily and Instruction I CONCRETE WORK: ,, slept.walks anercial and household -
: '. d: trade light P1ttburgh B.tonowe' ._._ ___ ____ __ ___ __ -. -- 1 206 S20-S22.75. Sunday from 9 to 12 a m floors septic Dna Good work charges .rabruson ) .

HOGS: 2 to 50 cents higher; '..P52.S. Cleveland _ _ ___u_____ __ ___ __ ___ __ --- 3 238Chicago Tlie practical price limit in Deadline for Sunfsy Paper Saturday ALTO SCHOL Learn to drive Southern 'ana. Uc.nad. Refrigeration Benirr .

___________ __ __ -- _- -3 355Cincinnati noon for : r turlor prepares you bndrd 2-22O6 for ..t'm. P. RADIO-REPAIRING-,f r
: Fully .t..dl; top S3C (Cno comment 0) _u_________ __ ___ ___ -- _n 3 206Detroit thc al'fa for good and .hoi. You Can Place State Dr"rr s Tel. Orlando Auto ins for a dependable ar .

,--__--_--______--___ ___ __ n_ n ___ -i 250 18O-210( lb. soft and 1.0W 1001 call 2.4879 ___ CONCRETE np. et. We form leal radio shop try Britts 'A -
and
NEW YORK (IAPJ) The Stock Baltimore (lower) --------------------------------------1- 229 U ant-Ad by TelephoneDial BALLROOM DANCING AU typea.Pmate driveways POUT floors. r.do and phonos reps.:" -
hogs was aid steps For price
Totalo _ _________ 2.52 !: wa. .
-- ---- 4161 and instruction *" and delivery ser '
c'.s estimate .t.
Market yesterday suffered its Cattle trading was active Fri-- 3-1066. Jane Dickson Stud.o.29 Ph. Co. c C DUal Coo- Scotty at Br ttsOeners E

sharpest average dip since early lawith prices going fully Cdntral.Hiurs_ coon tl 10 p m_ d.t brick con .'o. 3M 5. Orante A; ,

in the month although dealing stt.id\ Compiie l with a week 8. Funeral-Floral Designs SCHOOL OP REAL ESTATE law and EMtK. 8ml.D lntra I : -

I I practice Prepare for examinationbrokers jobs preferred AJcJJ a or .rt-r:
were relatively slow as the Closing Stock QuotationsSTOCKS ao. prices for most classes WEre FUNERAL SPRAYS and designs for and ssafsmen. 139 Pine St. B 3 Stu.- ia old fashionr
.u 1 central F:or ui a. Dr:H taOs r E CONCRETE WORK-Plain Brine ,
snowstorm the Phone a O in your po:
heaviest since ste.idto strong with thincows : 6566 a.
I some daily to all 1 funeral serti,es. Azalea _ _ ored floors B.ullu appointment nere..A
turn of the century hit the city IN THE SPOTLIGHT Hda High Low ut : bulls, and calves as muchas Shop at Cas&elberry Winter Park i SCHOOL OP ADULT Education. stone steps drv..af.. outdr flre- I teal Florida QuIck Freeze a

and caused numerous customers NEW YORK (AP) 5.1. cl.n, p..ce Owens nl Glass 7 73i4P72'. 73rng $1 higher. Good fat slaughter Phone 22221. plied Psyrholoqy. Leadership :: plce. xeawal _. a.Co.. Inc 401 W. 13:h S'
and net chango .f 904 1. most actie -P- efficiency. Parliamentary L... for.ful E.ns. Winter Park 469 .
to desert \\ all St and extend the stocks Par 0. A Elec 17 xd 34'. 33' 33'. steers and heifers weighing 450ll 10. Baby bitters-Child Care I Public Speaking Class sat Jaof'h DROUE D clam-shell- Ponda. .:

Christmas holiday Comwlth I "d-u 22.JOO.2'. UP I,i. Par T'n Cons 3 $'. 5". 5". >s. upward brought $22$2750; Enrolment begins Dc. 15th s. clay for Inl SECTAUCaned ; .I-

Am A.lin.12.1.11 up '-. Packardtotor 35 5 4'. 4'. B'BY AND CHILD CARE-Day. week i l.b E e Phone Corp Bx 3468 Orlando, F sonable Burke Sewage. D0'n '.'
From the start boardroomswere Baldwin 1,4. ; medium grades : common 3 1141 .
2.1' F.n Am A'r..n PS 85. 8'. . 817.822.5 or t ii.Ir, ex.un care Eiotided; 2132.ELFCTICAL 18 Box 231:
-narsel occupied and Int Tel' 4> Tel 10, ] 5.> Pictures 52 21 21 I S11-$18 and E :96 I SPEE H STUDIO Public speaking 2-
> a.m 1. ; canners Ha.rd.J2 paindHeater.
for ol radio and dram.1 ;nstructlonavailable APPC FP
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United Corp no _ SECTAIKu
3 11' U'4
,10-21. p.nno Mmn Johnson .
1' -
traders generally accounted > cutters including bulls $10-S14 RESPONSIBLE now Ph 24)4 to' en _
Penn 99 9.20.11.. Penney .JC' __ 13 42'. 42'. SITTER -Any time Electric Co 23 E. 1
most of the selling which \\ abased P.n. 11 '. a. Penn-enl AI.l 1 5'51.. 5'. Medium beef cows got $15.50$20 Please telephone l 2-..8o9. 518o Cud Pb. I business.for service ra L Cal t H
Pan 840O8. no Penn P. 18'. 18. 18'. TINY 10T DAY W. 16. Travel Information 'sl
partly on the idea the list .'r. B20O12>4 ".. i L ; common. : cut NURERl-Mr. FLOOR SANDING AMTnXISHTXd-.
Potomac El up Penn RR ,_ 92 J8'. 17'. 11'Pepsirola -. SIt2SIGjO K Corbeau SEPTIC TANKS Grease :ra;
had already the usualDei Gen Pul Ut y.too-12'. . >/.. 29 23'. 23'. 23Pfl7er '. tets. $12-$14; <>.2 >- Phone inS R Roln. AIR. BUS. STFAMSIIIP R. rntor' Modern equipment: portable IrDn.t a. .... pumped 1
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enjoye Nat a\ L y.200 11 16 1/16 Chas & Co 6 5?'. 55 55 and tickets Au homed : Est.blsb 1935. Skie relaved Sanitary
'ember was in lm. Gen Elec 6.700-31. >.. I Phelps Dodge 41'. 47 47P"I. $12 2: with a few up to $12.50. 11. Special Notices lines Sunn land Tr.e Bureau 3 .orkD. Stevens Fr 8u- Tank Co Pl. 2-3413. P.O. r .

for a ethnical correction NY Central' .10.1'... 14. Else 12 22'. 22'4 22'4Philco : Shelly canners were quoted East_ P;ne._ Phone ._ __ facing Co. Phone 6582 TEB8Uin-A-kr' "
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Unit A r L 6 7. Corp 5 33'a 33i0 330. FURNITURE REFIMSHED
Profit cashing by quuk- W..El Pw 5900.15'o */.. ; Philip _ 2Oxd 26 25'. 25'. from 83-510. Common and med ATTENTION BROKERS-My proper- AIR. BIS STEAMSHIP-Tickets, tour stered Paul Repair Shop pbt trees our Pinemoved D A' I

Radio Keith S60O8. '*. Phillips Morl 17 62 61'. 6l. mm sausage bulls ranged It located at 1024 Ulendale St. has and cruise arrangements by fullyauthorized Washington St Dial 2-1168rURXITURE .OIUy.. clearedbonded 0

turn operators in the recentlybuoyant S.nl Vac S,60O-17 up >,s. i Pr.scd Sd Car 25 1 10'. 10'. Slb.3o. $12.O .n taken off the market B. W. Convenient and bonded downtown travel consultant office, REFINISHED in . J. F Lta 1..tn. I 6Phone : I
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rail and oils was in Noah s. NJ ____ 10 19'. I9. 1 r. __ ___ from wood or color. Pick up today & .
Chamber of Commerce 2147.TAcORSEVC
NEW YORK (APd" PuUm.n _____ 2 52'. 52'. 52'. .\ few good slaughter cakesJiitiglt .crs liver tomorrow Gayle
HAY-Pa. Timothy. $1.50 per bale.Farce Building Orlando Travel Service USECentral
High Low ut ; St.ar. N.1.
the Mait.Onlv
evidence .
front Pure Oil 26 29'. 28'. 28' l Ph 21413.nR .
6. .n VI2VII, \\nlt none re- _R.ncb. ': pb disc,:t.r 'I
6. Telrphon2.
ACF-Brtli Mot -0Radio : 833.__ __ Ite :
130.000 shares changed AIr Reduc.ion 4 I: 2; : 25. 25'a i I Corp _ 38 9s" 9'S "'. 111.tCe in the ('hoi< M S. PARKER-Spiritualist; readings and Nissan AH SANDING-Finishing- SP; 2-71 or

hands in the first hour low Alaska Juneau 5 3'. 3'. 3'sAlieghany Radio K-rh u 51 8'. 8'. 8.Remog '. J1'adt. daily; circle Monday and CUIE-Havan Travel Agency Pntr Seal treatment 22.Frt".f rr- c
Corp __ 28 3'. 3'. 3Alleg '. ( J1'ult" 1'If.1 I: : Tl.r .xpn. yrs Modern equipment '
.xprenc.
Rand 26 13. 5 : Phone 3-1412. : 8393 rr"ov' ",
for this period of a full session Lud Sit 9 32 3lo 31':. Repub Aoa 27 1", 7'. 1'. *>2ll.:; C'HIIWI <':il\es and "a 1& efntrl Work nlc.1..t. Licensed.. Prompt mate C.I Artcraft. 22OO \ I
AI Chris Dn 3 189 l89'18" 2AII"h 38 27" REV. CHERRY I out of hosPItal and DRIVING T CALIFORNIA Frb 3. s C. Burke 7851. 2-
since Sept 20 I 81 2'1. 21' \ il. isltsl7.I .mil vo- -
R"Db ( ;
75 40 9' ; wishes her Happy New Take 1 share : .
11. ; a .9" R..re Cop Br 15 I". IS'i. c'II. fn.n a p..n"e. expensesRe'rrenrr OliTTEKH AND VENETIAN w
.\-'i.tC.1 Pir" '< G0-"lork Am AI.h.r" 17 1'. 1". Rex.1 Do,.. 21 "'. 7 !.: Year .r'vU. ll.r. < exi lianned llyron Crowe stalled Also DWNrtSt Lovest BLND-lad. ,I.

composite was off .7 of a point AID Ass C.blt Can ,Rod 3.1 "4''.s t7'4".. 77'4'., .i iAw -a's1ew.y.-Tub B _u 24 40'. 40 40 f.tMHl stocker anti feebler steers READINGS DAILY atdI'W.. (
|of li.9; \lrvt 1.C.C..ion shore Car B Fd, 41'. 4P5 41, Stores J7 217. 21 heiitis and cal\es weie quoted Cburtit St from 9 a.m. to 4 p m. DESIRE TRANSPORTATION to Indiana lando 7 ntuht Dunnagan Metal F .
( Aw Cyanamid 39'4 394 4 Fr.n u_ 30 9'. 21.St } Rev Alice ) Orea\er D D: se- or Ohio Good references can Lo 1006-W FaIrbanks. Winter Park VEEN 1--- Our' ,
thor of Dee. :5. Of 1 L San g'4 SK. 0-$18 I'
JO
ulip-e. lol m & For Pow 2\. 2'. 2'. .n rmI > : mediumgi.nles i afire Tuesday 3O rad'D' at 512 drive Phone County 1907-J-11. I cc' a 1:
St Reeic Pap 18 9'. 9'. HOME
I--HPS K'ft! fell and Am 24'. W. from 0 y and SERVICiae..1 rpan; make of or repaint h. It
2 24'.
1.( i.t.l.inl. Home Prod 27 : 20'. 5.-henley DIti 3" 3. 31. 31'_ l"i17! : cmmon. $12-$10; C.ntra : t I PASSENGERS WANTED for Atlante.Nashville rollR. rona'rcton. any- new. !UDa Venetian B.r.: -
161 rose.Bonds Am io.-omotive 30 20'. i Scab AI __ 3 11" and inferior lightweights $! } na Route 41 Leaving I .hr. Co.. 1739 Kohl Ave 8059 C.R
Ph :
3191.
8'. D..en
Am Pow L 27 8'. 8 Scars R.buck _. 54 37'" 36'. 37iServel );O CLIP-COVERS made in your home. I Monday Dec 29th. dial 116 -
inclined to r trca1 At Am R.d S 28 14'. I4'. 1'. I Inc _ II 11a II'. $13. JO. Expert workmanship only. Ph.3i236. ask for County 1903 L.ter.. HOUSES WASHED b} Sta WASHING iACIE REPAi. : ;"

Chicago wheat was off 11. to up Am Roll Mill 21 31 Shell Union Oil 30 1'! 35 35'4 after 6 p.m. Lillian Moore. pro. Stay clean All .. t dnp 'k
Am Smelt & R 31 56'. 54s 5H. I Rimmons Co u. 4 33'.. 32'. 32'. 533 W. 19th A'e. In meto. Very reasonable service Caldwell and Har,. ..3

2U cents a hu he1 cr down Am Sit Peirs _ 8 28'. 28'. 28'. Sinclair Oil 32 11". 17'. 17'. CHICAGO [API [ISDM Salable SUPPORTS Individually 17 Hauling and Moving Estimates Co. Phone fre. St.m 3625. House Washing Ed"e".te Dr.. College Psr. .7;
SPENCE
112 to and to 14Cotton Am Sugar Ref 8 45'. 45'. 45; Socony-Vicuilin 58 11'. 16'. hogs total 8000fairly) ( 1202 E. W. Pb. WASHING '
up ; : E-REP\J.
1 AERO
-* 1- s'ln hm.ton MAYFLOWER
ots Am Tel A Tel _ 33 IS'. ISO'. 15', Sos Am 0 A P 21 4'. 4'. 5,0 2-'loO6. Mrsarrcn. TRSSI c. HOUSES WASHED S -and All m.k. .. ,.
steadied at the la Am Tob B 5 67'. under 260 Ibs 2" Lone d'5atve windows } or.na
Look like
f8'. Southern Pacilic 3 3S 49'. 45'. 4' artwei ht paint lobs. Banon next to CoIO" Ti a'.-r
and ended 20 rents to 4ft Am V..o<. 1 '. 59 59', Southern RH 13 395' 3' 39 ( higher heavierweights Van and St oragcserv Ice for Free estimates: work guaranteed.Call Winter Park 93 .
up ; ; 1%. Lost and round also local .
Am l
Woolen 38 43' 42'. 43'. Sperry Corp ____ 3 20'. 200. 20'. 'n1. f cents a balf.Turoer Anaconda Cop 37 34'. 33'. 33". Spiegel 1 Inc 20 '. uneven; but generally packing crating and shipping HOUSES WASHED WELL DRnXT\u-We for"11.K. la'
Armour A Co 27 14' 14'. 14'. 10. ls. ANYONE WHO picked UP a bal bymistake ; 14OO S. Division ph. "988. -Windows c..ne. mailer. diameter deep wcI: 2 .i ,
here was Stand Brands 22 250. strong to 25 cents hi ; top general rp.5. and 3' Can well
25.0 stui.1p
8 14 her McCrory store Dee I In.t.1
290 000 in A.d Dry G. 95'4 1'. Std 0 k E 5 Pf 4' 23 21'. 21. 20.50. Bulk good and li in ASSURED LOW household .hlp Any small house in Or.nof Count on FHA pian or wr '. P P
shares against pre Atrh T & 10 14' Stand Oil __ 21 f2'. 61'. 6l3s ( 261 b containing shoes hose and brassieres ment N. Y.. all washed.a15. Ph French Lo ait wood. Fla Pnonr
AU Co..t Une 2 50'. 50'sAll Spc.l.ta 2-421 (
please return to store appreciated
session Stand Oil Jnd 24 42' 42', 250 Ibs 2875-2025 260-300 .
So Ave
ceding : pOInts. Orange
Re4ining ____ 28 40 39 40 Stlnd Oil NJ _OU__ 45 "9\. '75'. 755s Orlando24406DEEM .42 fnC-MACL E REPAIRn WELL DRILLING We .. mumpedto
AU.. Corp u_ __ 1 22. 22'. 22sAvcO Stand 8 28 27'. 27'. 2800-2865 A few loads weighing ---- -- .nl. drill sh.low and deep we :S Any
Mfg __ 30 4'. 4'. 01 OtIo u u BILLFOLD FOUND December 12 onOrange George 13 St.. phon. alec np to No
nu u : Std __ 20 14'. 14'. 14'Sterling slightly 2775 S DELIVERY SERVICE-Phone Stu.r s M.i ..t.r:1 pay
Srrl h with 684 SlaB
Eggs and Poultry I -a- I Drug u_u 8 37 36'. 38'. abIb. A. money; B 2-680. light moving and hauling; Nothing down 36 months Itay

BaidLoco __ou 14'. J3'. 14'. Stevens JP 8 31'. 31'' 31', to 2800: a Ib. 2i.O Orlo Vista r.5n.bler.ted' __ I'A2IijNING and repairing Quality Belamy Wel Drilling and F Ji u: Supply -
JO .
AP) Florida nearby | 2875. Sows LOST- ldbar-pui;maple workmanship at eessonableprices. W.nte Garde'. ReaL
JACKSNVn B.lt Ohio uhu l2. 12'. 12'. Stok IY-V.n C.mp 17 17'' 17', around IROH I
: < Army citadel Fl/LFORD VAN & STORAGE CO.- Fully guaranteed Orlando Fla Phone 087
Call 5300
ffsh "e. 0'1 20 39 38'. 38'. Stone dc Webster 12 12 S.lv.ton 01 -
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Bansd.1 -
..1. t rtt&fleroart ,., ._ .u 10 30 29. 29'. Studfb..e Corp 18 21.. 11. higher: good and choice 00 around town Sentimental value Can h.ndle load or P.r 10.e to or A.ltee Store for immediate sn- WHY PAY 201to nt0 J' ssso

wt. Cur M. Rest Foods 4 30'. 30 30'. S.f I 35". 21.. 21.. lbs, 24-00-25.25: a few 2:50. Nominal .reward Phone 5842. from Illinois Mass. York. I Ie. built or remodeled Puns al,
Net doz. For estimates Ph 5286 135 N. .
A or
i C Beth Steel' 14 103'. 102'. 101 TTna Salable COCKER LOST-2 black M.'n FAINT ESTIMATES-Color SUgteS- on Job and let me furnish n' 'i
L.n u_ n____ 21 24 o& 75 67 5 10Small B.-Knoa 5 15'. 1 15'. Co __ 18 60'. 60'. 60', catle 10.total 1.200: 1 male SANIL. new halters IS I FJDE' STORAGE and Wafhous tions. Reliable paiter recommen 20 years experience. For e ate

d.m __ ____ 18 OL OS 55 5* Boeing AIrplane 7 225a 21. 21 Tex.i Oulf Sulph 1 51 56 56Tex salable c Borden Co 17 41 Par C k 0 ._ 4 U 45i3Tos I Ine Information without .
26 77 80 45' lasses steady market CALFSKIN FOLDER LOST-In oble."onon PLUMBING Gas I REPAIR .
Extra large oz UP a.- Uf& Fitting Bill Kingguaranteed !
local and
a 53S. 53'. 53'. P.r L Trust 6 34 34 long distance *
Bra-W..ner mo\inl. sail ta
between theater and bus your 1 n
Sales direct to consumers Net: Wt Cur NttOr.d. Br.nlf 18 7'. 7 7'. TIde W.t A 011 __ 23 23'. 23". 21',. tl\e: no high choice steers here; tion t.r Saturday or night containing sea- I Also picking. storing and cr. :6 i Residence 1729 repairs Grand Phone 5059 5026 after S pm. Mr. Hut I ,
Brass 10 10Brigeo __ 9 13'. 13'. W. 23184.KNOLLENBERG'S ___
A Per doa ID Crt : n ; i Tr..Amrlra 13i1 low choice light steers topped at mans papers and U. S. P..r ship 6 J.cksn. C.I PAJOand
Mt. u 3l4 31'. Trans 8 16'. lG'a 181.Tron' Local decorating 30 Good To Eat
L..e Medium n.un_____ 24 21 oz OK 75 85 '8 Budd Co _uu 15 10'. lOis 10'. Wet Corp A, _ 22 6". 6'4 6'. :m.o: bulk medium to good offerings Generous discharges reward and S400 to 4-50 Pleasenotify bills cratinc- 10.sor..e. and exterior Jut a yea IntrriO PlaC

nn Sulosa Watch I 35'. 35'. 35'. T.ent _ 44 22'. 22 22 fDdr. cent for Lone Distance Guaranteed satisfaction reasonable WHEN DAYTONA BEACH lot I
_____ IB 63 6 h ; medium to good Max Slreeter Box 117. Dlh.r'; il I I
n o& _ 2-.03.0 Phone 3-3536
Sm.1 .faree 26 oz up 87 Nurling Mil. 15 200. 20. 2O.Sudd -UUnion Melbourne Fla V vine SOS D.al 4965. _ day week end stop an !r "y
Florida' dressed to to 1 __ 1 1s. 1. 1. B.I & P u_ 9 34'. 34'1 34'. 2.028.0; cutter cows LON: ( -- -"I PISO"lnid or out. Our com a cood s. food platter Or a.r,
I r DISTANCE MOVING
.Ie COD
nt.ler. female
-C- DOG
Union Carbide u___ J 100'. 1500 and LS- ylu- .. plaster patchIng deviled crab spaxhet Ic. Ie bout
.urer Dressed Live C.11 P.ckiog _nu 4 33. 33 33 ; Union Oil C. _____ 26.. 10. 10' down : : common Fawn colord H.rr pont.. Parkin cratinr lo.' moving floor and furniture refinishingand of the ocean also to SAWestero
." Z-l.ad 13 medium beef P Leu Sudrlath Moving A Storage Co.
2' 2'
Union cows
style and DrawnBros. P."u. h 1 159 159 159 ; 679. structural I repairs Stewart atuk. chops. aneon;
New
heavy Y.rk __ ________.47 51 I Can .0 Ale __h 6 1'. 1'. 14'. United Air Lne U 65 18 15'. 1'. good cows to w 15.5018.0 HAND BAG LOST=Bro1IJ.-oi 115 W. Columbia, Phone 8154. & Gayle licensed ,bonded contractors One bl.k the bra, i -ne
-
35 41 C.n.d Pacific __ 0 43 1. United __, 30 24 231. 22.0 su- Valuable STORAGE SPACE and local hauling Ph 21'3.PAINNG Gilbert Hotel. prices reasona R J
H"D.M Broilers 1V4-2 uuu_ ____n U.is. Ca crier Corp __ _ a 1" 17. Un Cig Wh SIrS _u 25 4'. 4'. 4isUnited age bulls 217 ; not enough .d. arUres.1 finder notify MS. Furniture or mercantile Tele- OR PAPERHANGING star dlnne. and lonchcony .5r UPCbolc.
__ n Cue 1.11' Co __ 10 46 41 Corp _.n 97 2'. 2'. 2'. \ealers and stock cattle here to O . phonf Witr Park 653 I phone Win.er Park 41 recommend reliable wines and beer on tap
CURB STOCK LIST C.tepU Tractor u 4 58 57'. 57'. United Fruit Uh 10 54'. 53'. 53'. receive reward? .11.r.d con

Furnlrhed through eourtesj Merrill Cel.nr. Corp 5 284 28 28'. United St Ii M u_ 3 16.. 16'. 16'. make a market: undertone fully HOUND- LOST= white 18. Laundry Uor'c estimates.on your will painting rlmL.b, or you paperhanging with- 31. Good Things to Eat
Ceiotex __
Corp 26'. 26' 26'. U 8 Gypsum 6 1041. ..moaD
lynch Pierre Fenner and Beau: ; 104' 104. !tcac walker: male P.O. problems. Dealers in duality -
Cnt _
Foundry 2 8. 8' 8'. I US Isd'j Chem 2 41 40'. :
Aluminum Co of Amer------------- 5702 h Box 14. Orlando LAUNDRY-Do jour own with modern products Knox .. Co.. 2 KING FRUIT CO DelIcious zre.
EVrer Gas & Eleclimrr nhnn_ 34'. Cero de Pas 5 26'a 26'. 26'. U S Ruble u __ 15 46 445'. i euuipmen bog per hour rental.Raseys PIne. Phone 2-3163 St.. : E ripened citrus fruit fit for K! I.,
& Traction unnn__ 16' C.rt.ln-Tfd Prod 1 18'. 16'. 16'. I U S __ 38 '9'. 8'. 78'. MINK FUR LOST-Neck piece; please I Laundry. 316 W. from my own King GroveWc. I. IP
Ark L.hl .. A --nnn 6.Ashland '. Cheo & Oho ___ f3'. 4l. 42'. I -V- Orange County return to 413 S R..4nd S.I-Sr1c.. PAINTING and decorating:Work only select band picked frul O>.r-

Oil & Re---------------- ChMSp&pi .29 9'. 8'. 9 VIe Chem Wk P_ .10 9 10 90 PURSE large: sold .u.r.nt U E Clogston o Son anteed deUve In lood order 13%
1' Chi A NW ___ 16'. 18 16'. Court LT-Brwn. < ,
Atlantic Co Fish. _nUn____ 1 I -WW.lker Records "J" on Donnie Lee 19. Services OfferedAWNINGSCANOPIES Pon. discount on 2 or more bush Also
Barium Steel __nn______ 5". Chrnl Corp h_. 3 634s 62'. 6V. 'HI G ,W 3 22 21'. 21', Frt National Bank PLASTER PATCHING Also Stuccorepa nice oranges for home use SC abushel
Creole Pet Corp------------------ 42'. Cln EI Jlum __ 38'. 38 38'. W.I..rtb Co __ 5 I'. 9'. 9'. MARRIAGE APPLICATIONS. RED BILLFOLD LOST Call Gober Telephone and grapefruit OHa
Roxy For trailers
Cities 8 "lr u_ _h__'________ 384Driap Co.-ol. .__ 2 182 111 182 Warner Bros Pct 38 12'. 12'. J2', Harry Judson UnderU 2d 21. Rt. 4Twlttv ter or Urinity Approximately- TR Porch tarpaulins.- Venetian _ _ Free t..eln. t* customers bu"S 1,1
Col..te-P.lm-P _
Ine 6'. n 3 44\\ 444 W", Jnd Bug u 42 23.. 22'a 22'. Orl.ndo. slud nt. Lang rlrt.lns. I W. StAlARTTES .
8t.r. n. hnn Elz.blh Papers to collegestudent blind. to order Estimatesphone PIPE .threaded to W.sln.tol _
Col your spe-
Suet
It 1 16 16 16 West Un T. ._ v.lu.bl o..e C
Tire Bond A Share Co. __ 10'. : 18 200. 20 20 25. 1118 Sherwood .. .
.
u Colum 0 El 24 11'. 11'. 11'. Westtnl Air Br I 10lnd .lea call 48. 9826. Florida A.nll Co 432 I cifi Forid. Pipe it SupplyCo
Fairchild Eng: Airplane Corp. n_ 3'. 361. 38'. 36'. E\.et Reynolds. 42. 416 W Concord. .
Glen Alden Coal Co------------ 18' Comi Credit _ 1 4' 41'. 41'. Weting Elec __ 32 30'. 3Ola 30', hotel rlerk and Edite Slack .ln:er O.rd.n. Re..rd. S HurhfY. I hit W. Churh: phone 6118.I _
: O.s
Or All & Par Tea Co-----------=10l': Conl v ;: 21'. 21' Wheeling Steel _ 1 48'. 48'. 48'. kin. 46 416', W. Concord. Orlando nurse STRAYED OR LOST from old Army ALLIS CHALMERSSERVIC and I IAISTa-luuS painting 'M an art$ Gilt Boxes FRtTT of STORE will fruit! alp

Humble Oil. & Refg. __nnn_ '6'. Comwlth ;' 40 26. 25 26': i White Motor .___ 23'. '. 23oWillyt Ebb, Wend.1 Kendrlck 20. 1412 Ridge- Radar station II yrran d white parts tr.ctor p.e "nlt. I rOls nf ,. Improve your All fresh tree picked ripened haM
South 222 2'. ,' pointer Age 6 Right Farm and Home .. Stanley P. Curtis 701. and
Hecla Mining Co------------- 10'. Com'.lh 2' 2'. Overland _n 13 9. 8'. 9 U S Army and Betty PUPPY. month M.chlrry hOR Paint safe. ; Place order 1' I
Kaioer-Frazer On_____ U'. Co. EdIon 47 21'. 21 21 i Wilson Co ___ 3 14'. J40. Us.WoI.orth Jean DeLoarh 508 E Pine Orlando rear leg broken C.I lowel. W Rbiiiun '-.1. I 8520 for estimateS.PAINTING. ..cke Blossom your phone now 3 2So'
Kroger Or. ._nn_ 4S'. Cons Vuitee 1 12'. 1'. 12'. 'f1 _n 16 45'. 45'. 43', Samuel Alexander We burn. 60 327 W. Orange BuIck Co. ALARM Any PAPER Tri -

Lone Star Gas Co __n______ 20'. Cont Coot B.k 1 12 Worthing P I u : 62. 62'. 62'. Ch'irch. mechanic and Elizabeth Blanche WATCH LST-Ls Saturday night kind of CLK flrln REPAIRE lupmfn'. aiitrscd. I.n.tnailnuI
Noeara Hudson Pw Corp. nU a'. Can 44 31 31'. -YYounast- Mile Rasland. 205 N. Rosalind Orlando Gold Phone 3-1681. We fir erry'iing 1 ; B.lk"r Repair I I ouar.rced. A.I 1 and -_

Nile -B.mem-Pond Co ._________ 10. Cont Coot 10'0.. _ U 8 7'. 7'. Sh ,T ___ 8 197k 78', 79 .. ext 38.Strikes. Shop 48 W. C. nt,.1. Ph. 7696. I Kis.ton. I\\1-1741. Iond.d. [Continued On Next Face)

Pantepec Oil of Ven ____n________ l2o D 13 53'. 53'. 535Corn -z- INSTRUMENTS FILED' .

bhersln-Wiiltom. ________u 68 Crane Pr.uct __ 4 64'. 64'. 64'. Z.nlte Product I 6 5'. 0Finaltotal Hu.h W. Owing et ux to Henry C.
Sonotone Corp----------------- 3'. Un__ 4 34'. 34'. 34". yesterday 130.00. Jerome et ux mtg S2SOO

Schulte. Inc nnnn_ 3'. Cr.lble Steel _h__ 4 25'. 25 25 express Products. Inc to J. W. Threw ft. ,
Blind Pw & LightTampa __.n_______ 1' CurtI Publish. _n. 5 11. I 9 al id $10 a Slack Off \ .
CurU"-wrl.b' 41 Citrus Report ) $ ,Z
E.ectrlc __.n.n____ 30Tfchnlcolor .0 4'3 S.\h.p Corp to Mary O Mom mtg _ Hungary Troop
.
W \a coal & coke unOU u_ 1'. Deere & Co 45'. 45 45'. CARLOT SHIPMENTS REPORTED FOR S3 000 i
------- 1' Del Lark & West ,_ 1 1 8'. 8'. 8'. THE U. S. FOR THURSDAY WEDNESDAY AND Ellis Forest et ux E.wd Roberts SIO et ux to WII.m M During Past Month

COTTON CLOSING tOI Edtvoo 2li' 21'. James H. Roundtree et al to Forest E.
.. 21' I Fla Cal An.! La ITex. G'nd
NEW ORLEANS AF> Cotton futures w.. Corp-Srag 25 15'. 15'. Roberts et ux satisfaction of mtg.Conumer. WASHINGTON r rAPI] Fewer
lower during most of yesterday.a ses ._, Dome M'n" 1 xd 1 16( 17 Commodity total. ..cars! cars cars totalOranges Sumber and Veneer Co., to
out the Douglas Aircraft 47'. 165 67, 2 1 5 240 strikes started in No\ ember than Stall Denied
last 47
few minut a .m.1 t ade h 1 I Orange State Security Inc.. qcd $10
Dresser Jndu.t 54 I I 44 98
easily out prices u* . the 22'. 22ia 22'. ar.pfrult Joe S Burrh to Henry wd 8125 I
,
.m.ne.d.n. .t..1 25 cnt. to 4 centsfcighee 0 I." duPontde N __ 22 18815.\ 185's I citrus 15O 30 II'I 1 V I: I' 10 162 30Mixed Carl Steele et ux Dl tl Roy 8. Yates et ux in any month since December,

Ooen HoN Low Close E..t:11: L 1 1 1'. 18 I 53 Unreported mixed s orange: 56 ar.pfruit. mtg Rooert S2OOO E.. Lee et al to Carl Belle et ux 1945 the Bl.tau of Labor Statistics -I ; I DAPFST lAP] T'IP Hun

March 35.M 35.80 35.5C 35.79.80 u. 0Nay 1 '. 44 rlrlsSUMMAIIY wd (10 reported l \esterday i M .
35.46 35.5' 35.34 35.5.5' u. a EI Poser Lt u 16'. 16 16 PASSINGS THROUGH THF Earl E Simpson et ux to Robert E. Lee ganan Foreign. III > de
I A total of 1 0 involving
July 34.33 34.46 34.24 u. SOot. Emerson M 10 16'. 16'. 18\. FLORIDA GATEWAYS et al partial release mtl SIO ; stoppages notncel as 'a grr < >
34.4.4.
31.41 31.43 11.2* S EreRR 1 10'. 10 10 Includingdiversion.. Savannah for 24 American Bank Co. to Frances about 45,000 workers. de ,:
3 Evrrsharp hour period ending a m : night what it said \\ ; ition
Dec 307 u f Tied tie wd $10 < :
5 ---
u. 1 11.
K-lid.NEW 3.7' 3.7. 3.a6 -F- 1 1 I East West South Total Floyd W. WhIt et ux to Arthur Whiteet vlope in XO'embr. With those bv the Associated Pt: t :a*
F..n. Tel & R.d __ 30 ''. 7 Or.nlf _ 288 77 47 412 ux wd $ over the

ORLEANS ._ T.nae.ln. 25 85 was j stoppages
.t..1 25 cent a bale h,oner yesterday 1 37'36', 37 : Spec "d $16860 totl : ' 5.... 861 mid"hn. 31.45. middling; Pow _ 1 13'. 1' 1's i Mixed Total citrus 85 IS 120 Jesse B Kelly E P. Kirby ard 810 0 workers im-ol'e altogetherInvestment nan invitaton.
35.45. good middling 35.5 S. Receipts none. Fueh.ur Tra .. 22' 21. I C.r held. 6 5 m yesterday: 31 James W. Bou.hton et ux to Henry P. g0t go'ernmeStockMarket
Stock 124.3S4. 21. ornle.: 4 grapefruit; 2 tangerines; 6 Zarfass et ux mIl ".OOO. An A ociated Pret T *>

Gaylord Coni 12 20'. 20'. 20'. m1xo citrus Henry P Zerfats et ux to James W. Co.. ccd 51.
ORLEANS AP Gn C.bl.! 12 PASS''GS POTOMAC YARD AND PASS- Boughton et ux wd $10 summarizing an eye'.v.t't -
( ) Average of
1 1' 1 Mary M. Tegder et sir to
.i n Elec _ 'NGS AND DIVERSIONS AT CINCINNATI E B. Conoley et P. Zerfass Pn'l of Russian '.
15/lttha inch cotton at 10 34'. For ux to Henry et ux wd $10 \fv gdri -- n
soot Oen Food. .u_. 37 35'. 34'5 34'. 24-hour .nO endne 8 a m. Thur.- et ux .d $10 4 CI.yt. H'I
m..t Ie.d.1 was 2O centsbale day and Audi F. Myea et ox to Hash A. \\ extern Hungary hadted
cOrn Motor. ; The First National Bank ,
a ",. .. ., 35. pound: average u. 33 58'. 57. n.ted.y at Winter Gar mtg
for the past cnt... days 35.25.M.ddl.rg Gets Pb Ull __ 76 12' 12'. 121. Tan- den ,. Isaac B. Joner .tisfactlon of mt. 12.2.. ux to theIr troop strength a' COnd
Cb.rle
.
.. A.dl
7 3 35 20'. 21 Or.angos G. ...- Mi..d The First National at Winter Garden toM.tlxr e
8-inch average 33 84 c.ntaa 21' M".r et ux hd 81.250. ; quoted Hungari i cro
fruit . onelvirpa .
Goodrich 1 5758" ne Cirss Total of mt.
pound. 8F 560. R B et ux Audis P. Myers et
--- Goodyear R 23 44 425. Baltimore : 4 3 2 -- Charles F. Hem to Daisey A. Green flOg ux wd G.nt. t -I irxiil towns oicupH II I <>s
-- Or.h.m-P.ln Mol 18 5'. Boston _ 1 4 8 1 __ $3 000 $0.Dn.ld .
FOREIGN EXCHANGE 5'. R Endsley et Hugh A -
BuU.lo sr\iet Army as saying ' f >
01 1 w. Adkinson to Charles P wd a t
NEW YORK AP' Closing foreign eI- ortbn itt Pf 18 40'. 39'. 39'. 3 __ R Hem mtc
than.. ales follow tOreat in dol G"y"ou'd Corp 43 11'. 110. I ClnN.nd 4 I _. $10 i. P. Holly 110.. Baas M contractfor bf'on tf Id hj Rusiaiuere ' '
1' ,,, t
Columb .
Brl.1 Gulf Mob Ohio 15 O. __ 1 __ 7he First National Bank at Winter Garden e
lars Jthers d. -
In .
centa"C.n.daD Oil ._ __ 10 1 1' 1' I Detroit 6 _. 7 __ __ I. Virgil Llndsey et ux satisfaction otmtg remaining an .
dOl.. in New York open mar- 'OUI n -- "81. New Haven J. F. Holly t E. C I. et I. contractfor
ke! :' -H- .1 1 d. three months by retlu.j i i sgoeinment
U Snts. off '.nt of discount a cent or 8887' Hates Mtg --no. I 8'. 8 8 i, N :Y. City __ 59 34 31 II :: Albert L St.r et ux to Te First Federal Forda Bank and Trust Co to GeorgeL. .
.
Houston Oil _ 10 28' Phdelphia 27 2 __ S.n. and L.n As" 01 Orlando .
Europe o..t Britain $4 03'. nnchang 27'. 27'. 1 1 mig et ux .tlf.CUOD of mtg
7
ed France Smeden Franc. 84'. of a cent unchanged Hudson-1-Motor u u 1 2 20\ 20'a Pt'bur.1 P.'den. __ 2 4 _1 ____ Alpha 1.: C.i to Raymond 3. E.n etux I eretus Omer R McDf. e Harry W. Mil .- The Foreign Mlni*>ti s tate
(Kronal 27 85 unchanged .
Soit.elan4 ronuj 2340. un IllInois Central U 3' 31'. 30'Int.rl.k. 8 1 .d 10.Oeorle Charles D. Mellon et ux to F.nnc R REMEMBER THEM-THE COSTELLOS' Helene Custelloileft]] mrnt condemned the entire
lr.ncl J' I Held for reconslenment A. Clapham et ox to Roy G
changedtatbnAmer.a In' Iron _.u _. 10 14 13'. 8am. yesterday 17 oranges Potomac. 1 Yard Clapbam wd $10 Shepherd Knox setS 1.40.Op.1 former movie sta Arrv Robert Neeb JI' ana ner sister, .Ss.soclatrd Press dispatch as
Houahton et
4
Argentina free 2501. Hanater .u 88 97l. 87' a.pfrut. ,. weree ux
Un- 3 A 1 A leraeta I to Malcolm Itendes
rhang,'. Braid free 5 S. unchanged JeaIcr let Rick Can .___n 4 27 26' 26' t.I..rie S mixed citrus. Verdery Asn. of mtg satisfaction of mtg Do'', ,let Costello V uw nk, confer irs tV" Angees court over "unfoundrd and milevolpnt'but
lot Paper 55' Virgil R. et nx to The Prudential :
20 62 unchanged Awtt
.ho Elbert C. et to did not give for
lot TelA I Tel __ GRAIN MANGE H.lomb ux Iln. L B.\ Insurance of lease any figure
n 101 1 I CHICAGO agreement America assign case m which Helen seeks to get cusr xic ier sx, -year-old
-J_ 11. (AP f. 15.50 SI Russian troop strength or r\-
CHICAGO PRODUCE JohusManyillo __ 10 40'400 I Nd" High Low Elmer L ux to Albert C. Thorpe Furniture Co. to Prudential daughter from her estranged husband, Lee Leblanc Hollywood ,
CICAG APt But. firm: receipts u 401s WHEAT- Lat Wood re w .. et ux wd $10 Te plain how Russian Link'- and
Jone A L I Insurance Co. of of lease SIirsil ,
BIt 34i America
OB 85 S. 89 acore C. 76 5. Cars$. 92 SO A.B. 855 85.5:: Joy Mu =:::: II 931, r. r. I i July May -. 2924 2604 294'j 292 292H Roy Ramsey wd 110.Hamplonr.lr.et ax to C.are Francis Armstrong \ R- Austin et ux to The PrudentialInsurance I artist. Dolores, too, used to be a movie star. fishier planes vthhh still) re

89C '61 -IIKennecoit- I 263'i 260U 263 Co of America conditional assign --- --
I I I Sept-----= Inc to John P. main her might he upd to
252'4 Soles
Eggs weakerreceipts 740: U. 8. ,x- Cop -___ 23 48'. 256 252', 255*. et ux of rnt.1 S. j
Iras Nt. 1 53. No.2. 1 No 3 and 4. 4' 41..1 I I "COM- 2 S 2 "'. 2 50 2" American.d Mutual Liability Insurance Co. Virgil tn ux to Te Prudential operate communication to he

90-51 .t.ndado 1 and 2. SO: No. 3 Lrre ___. 1 5 4'. 4'. I I I M.y . S49 to Thomas F. Kenney et al p.r.1 releaseof Insurance Co. Amer.r. '$245. Nine Marooned Hawley To Revamp Soviet ocrupation 7on ot Aus
247 M
Oladys Burnam
248' et
and 4 curent 240-4 odist Church south tria.
23" Episcopal
Glass
UI 5 56. 55'i5 23' ." T. to Jack Elliott et nx 128.0.
--- -- - LbbY MrS A L 15 I". 55'. 5t5 fPt 2244 2244 222'. wd SIO l.rn.t SUITS IN CHANCERYViola Fliers Rescued Medical Service
A MiCro 3 81 S74 87' i i OATSI 195 1975. 193'' 1.93 1' William C. Ford et a ta Lilly May Lyman .Douglas is Be din Lester The dispatch wa 1' -

i Lokhffd. Airc 21 1 13. 1'. 'I 1M. 1.16 1 14'. Fraser wd $10 Douglas. C Crenshaw divorceS et al D. A. Layton \\ LSTOX'FR FIELD Mass to 1M11lofl bv Hung
Inc 35 1.U' vs
.
1as Ma, Meeker
oft C e \\ASH1NUTON
h : F.e.t et ux to [IAPJ] Maj
I' July
LOrlllard ip, _ I' I 101'. ,'. : I Robe's .'. declaratory decree '
3 without r'ship
: u I; 19'! II;'I _ 1.0' nI $ I [lAP] Nine men on a Post Office p
J -BStack 'S p. 92 93 91'. May E. Roberts to Forest E. Roberts et Marion R. Coffey vs. Lithe Mae Dickson marone Gen. Paul Haw ley who 'I -
100 Key Trucks _ 4 53i 52'. 5tMsry I D YBEANS-89' .** .891. .99i0 ux wd $10Taylor Coffey divorce irozen Labrador since their I The correspor f-. >

INN _. 1 34'. 34" 34'. I, 394 U Watkins et a to Will H. COUNTY .UDGE'S COURT I I I IPetition I & Flying fortress made afore streamlined medical treatment ( questioned today hv a T
395 and .
for )
Marine M'dl.nd 10 6'. 6'. 6'. Maci -U 394's 3 9S Courson et ux into $2 Is.ne.If 1 .t
M.nh.1 Field 15 24'. 2)'. 23'. Jul7 -.-- -- -- U 3 9l .11 H. Courson et 48. Taylor L W atkins letters testamentary the First National I landing Christmas Eve for war veterans, is going t try I I ministry spokesman
M.rn .' 15 14'. l4', _h. 390 et ux wd $10 Bank at Orlando. estate of GUbert S Osmcnp the latter with the fIll -
Tax Questions ., Stl 2 43". 1. Ldna B Maurer to Jesse W. E Stone {I were. rescued yesterday and to do the same for the Army,
Po
Kin _ 7 U. 43' DUN ANO BMADSTREET wd $10 of tr..ment.ry. Luia K Ran fore the official stamen f
10 40. 4'a 4'a I Lte. flown to Goose I flay, 27 miles
MOI'.nt. CiteiB 4 61 61 61 I NEW YORK HP Dun and 1r.dsr"I"d.Uy s J. OMal Smith et al to J Schnar sod d.l. . of E. R R.ndll ; Navy and Marme- issued

WOrlaom Ward J' 55'. 54 54 .I.lt. price index ; Co. tied of Anna An inventoryand away, in a fki-equippet trans- < .
Murray Corp 16'16.. I rmmOIUe. tar Unte Press $0.Claence A. R. et to appraisement I {' Hawley, due to retire next :
.
u I Slle.
1 1' a Ja..ta Order for distribution and letters ef discharge I I ix plane
-N- I 113-32 .wer.e R wd $10 or
Investors and Ba.ln.S men arc Sash-Ke'Vn.tor __ 10 II 17'. 17'. Yesterday _-__eu.1--_____101__--_____ 301 5 :an. H Kenzig to Lillian B. 4.1.3- Florence H Flack estate ol \. Te men were huddle near I I \\ednesday as medical director Canada Gets Oakes Estate

,Invited to ask is for copies ol Nat. Auto Airline Fib. h_ 18 6 10'I'.. 10'8'.. ioe 8'. 9.ednesd.y:etC ago __:==--==::==::::::----::: sss Jerry wd $10 J. Chlcone to Otho P. Fait 1 J.eldasiEnment liam G .Flak.Lter. of .tet.mentar. Carrie Ama ] plane on Lke Astray for the Veterans Administration, I NIAGARA FALT.S. O -

a. 'nformalbl".t discussing Sat Biscuit ___ 8 31'.. 30". : aao -- u 301 41 of mtg $10 t B estate I I IOrder where their said yesterday he acceptedan The mansion built IK-: .'
3Os I "th. was brought
: : I
:
::::
IN pertinent Income Tasquestion Sit Can _u__ 13 Rio 6". 8'. ::::::::==. 24, 73 Gary V. Evans et ax to F A. AsonAssn for b :"TeSmor' h
of Put Cash Rei u_. 8 42'. 42'. 42' 1114 high (Dee 20) __.un. _._ 30410 of mtg $10 1 estate of James M down after running out of fuel'' invitation from Defense Sec late Sir Harry Oakp .
particular of
blunt Rat Cont.'n loaJao.23) -- - - 23280 Eueene to L. O Bogenreif e| Inventory and appraisement et.t. 21 3-4 of land abo
18 -
hh 1'. 13'. Dd & while Christmas orrestal aid the reorganization acres
at tO'. time of year :.t Dairy Prod 12 1'. satis,. mtg 'J} William S Mar.n carrying presents rr t in *
.. Dept Stores .__ 2 17 '. 16'. TRt \NTS ON SPOT i I Citizens National Bank of OrlantfV to Letters CA. Ruth Ben- and mail to isolated Baffin of the medical services been donated to the ( *) >

Write Nat Dijtillcca ,_ R Austin et ux satis'action of Harper Benbow. estate 0 I I Lady O IKWKk .'
call Government by
or personally fora 40 21. 21'. 20'. HARRISBURG Pa. (UP] "Irll Jntg bow Bay of the Armed <
_ O Rogers et ux to A. E For
copy of this booklet J.t O'"UI L. 1 34. 1".. 34'11 \\hen a Harrisburg school kid f K 8el.ln. Letters of adminrton Worth .E outpts. >vOakes, a \\f I t I t T

Nat Sal .. U 7 '. I II 13 II skips class thecla\'s. he rarely Wi ux. :m. E-SS Simon et ux t Bam H Jineset Tomlinwn Order for Pt.le distribution and letters of dtschar.r !I AII sir' !. :. lIES adian mining operator .'. T

Supp! 23'a 231. to the Sam J : I.,.a J Pardue es ate of Ula K Noted Orchestra Leader Dies \UEI geoned to death in the 1 :. ?
movies to Howard
SL Corp 5 u 2l' 15'. goes That m. ux William J mon CINCINNATI [ PI]
ALLEN CO.'YEST31E'"S 1' h et ,., sJ Wurr.l 1 1 P.T.\1] .t.\t H I .U \'; ,(limn 10i".
Nepzinibi.t ( ; in
& 2 25'. 25. ; Theatre i '
(3thE managers A Eh. o' d' :la'" I e ::0. H:: ,eestate V. .'. .7: Ii: IT. i t i.1.1 f C'I I .t t Ie
NY Central( itS 6: 14-. .. ', E.labtl; me r e a 'o Lam B "fIi ., II' .
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Ne Al Alia '' 11 B. '. .tJ! o Jpel'.t't.| with Llw a a' C! 57 ; li..O..I "1' i 'tmi 1 .'at!.t"il

Northern 1.,1., 261 '. 21 I. :1. "i \i bi I'Mker pioiia l.onf.. ")a I"k.d.d. Ho SIO m f u <. Cba"otter CKM," O< 'MH-0 H'I .;" iui.anUK' :so "t 1 10- .1'' .i' 1 ':J.tll U F ti--- 17 .

911 Metcalt Bide TeL %-77 Oh.t-bi 4 Ji 331, 3,. h'e, ano b on the watch foi M$1:xson et ux 10 The Rose Terraced swimming t o''e, LOO( cmie from -Ii... piaiut 'Ila ierner, le I 'IOJf1 at", o> uu.u aiea .es- fAdttil O 112721) 'S I:.:) ._) every

Ot Ele.t. 32 3)" 31 ., supene truants. c-b. Rose Terrace Co to W.ie W Rosa land in the open ocean nere .esterdav) tera) ear



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ORAGE I 12. Lost and Found 19. Services Offered 19. Services Offered
.
Sharply \ Ja Wlrebd.Boxes Ind Rr,. Cant. T.
Dips M. Boxes Boxes Boxes Classified WALLET LOST-Xmas day near 110 BEAD AND PEARL STRINGING PLTJMBrSO SERVICE-W .,' C al,
THOMASVILIE, Ga. [AP] N. Hyer. Identification driver. Expert jewelry repair Jets Betty Heating C- v
... An PlumblDI
Car A Car A
aiarkst On At* Car Avg
Lull N.CTTT Y -City t hlghtr IS 2 93 9 4 02 65 45a e.1 301 [SD\1 Livestock arrivals to Mr Ik.n?. Glenda Reward Drummond Call 4180 Box or 318 write St. Jeweller. Murd.r Arcadi.BULLDOZER . 2-2236 NIght 7, .

In Yule Philadelphia Oow' ____ ---_ 2 2.95 10 2 52 3 3 38 1 4 95a 3 04 tale! 625 cattle and C: ud. SERVICE RUG AND CPHOISTERT .', 1f
Boston higher _unU_- U __ few 4.44 3 5.15a 1 3 47Plttsbugh 3ch.es grubbing and grading CUrDi.pan e may clean longer p: r >

AVERAGES (higher* ____.____ __ .__ 1 338 __ h. 3 455a 2 345 .uno( ) hogs at ei major pack H. .or" and palmetto: rake Phone Color rcTlve Cleaned In v .

DOW JONCS Cleveland hasten-------__ __ C 2 81 U _h 4 5056 3 32 ing plants at Albanv ColumbusMoultrie Sentie-St Beauty Parlors 2-4427_J._T_Murdock again same day Ph -.'
NEW YORK curt Chicago strong and higher) ___ ___ 3 86 u __ 4 4 33a 2 29 \\ : Orlando D.e.ar 716 r eFl
Stock.. Oven Huh Lew CloM Net Ch. Cincinnati (lower) unu___ __ 9 2 53 _- -__ 2 3.75e 4 Thomas\ille and Tif- Dally 28c pr lino AMtER3AS.5SP 1.1Inl in finest BUILDING ADVICE information and _

3 Ind 1M.32 1M.Tl 178.90 179.28 Off 1.1 Detroit nu____ 3 27 __ --- 4 469. 4 284 ton, Ga.; Dothan Ala, and Jacksonville Minimum charge $ qu.lt) p.rm.n.nl and ail help of any Kind. Call o Mills & REPAIRS or- ..
Hail 5211 S1.J2 S1.4S SI.42 .f< 10wei ) _._ -___- -_ -__ few 2 -- -- I 4 57a 1 293 Sunday 3ac per line beauty culure. Popular prices. 20 NebraskaCONCRETE. RF'G .- : t

1 2 Utll. 33.3 33.42 33.04 33.21 ef 0.16 Totals uu __u__.__ 2 295 5 2 85 1 3 86 28 4.88 4 297 and Tallahassee MInimum charge (1 05 E Pine:_ : _ _ _ 3 fo ptmo"pa' ". i <
St'ks 64.93 Ml 0.*4Transaction I lower. 3 Ccnsecutive Days 20c line a day SERVICE-Floors, roofs n.r.nt y.ar
b gtrong
6.71 6.3.f. a-hither ; e Hog prices were mostly steady CHARLOT.KAY BEAUTY Salon, driveways steps and The .t.U Ph 851<' '
in stocks uNd 7 Consecutive Days 18e line day
a
GRAPEFRUIT ( wa. .
y.,trd.y, Indu.tr.I. 71.too, r.'Ir.. S Florida Std. Id RIY with Wenesday's adance Com Count 5 Average Word 1 llnwNational MCCru's waving and o & lO Store Permanent best 1 engineering .orkaul limit SO. Wit a. a i
beauty
and Free _______
compl.t.
47 4OO; utilities, 26 900. total 147 9OO. ad. Boxes WirebO Bu.CW.rke posite quotations for soft and (Out of State l.t. sen ice. Expertly done Ph 4014EDGEWATER l.t.n.1 of all kinds. .
ends, Net Ch. car AYa. cncrt. .ork ca 67 UPHOLSTERY C. \ o
Clo Car AY. Single Insertions 3Sc ( BOG J
Bonds _u ____ off o.3 Ne. .tr and higher) n_ _____u__ __ __ 3 3 14Philadelphia semi-hard hogs at eight major 3 Consecutive 30c line per m day inc DRIVE. 2422. Beauty or_9530. Buchanan Concrete_ ._ __ workmanship *a"- _

lot l.il. __ __ ----101JS off O.s (lower) _nu______ _________ ___ 1 160 feW 323 (Kicking plants were as follows: 7 Consecutive D.y 2ac line a day Salon-Ph. 2.3193. Once you come.yOull CONTRACT BUILDING-Kew Domes Guaranteed 10tprotnl ,- a

10 2nd ." -_ __ IS.47 off 0. Bostonblowir) --____--_--_________ ________ __ ._ n __ choice and (Minimum, lines) come again Best service all commerr al bu.ldml: any kind T 2-2990. KIHI. 0- ,

10 Utll _.uu_ _._ 100.5401fS.23 _.u._______________ ______ __ __ _u _. Medium to brows beauty culture_ RenaDunberE.ELLEYS ._ F. Fullard 133 E Concord: RADIO and small-l.r c a.'
1 Ind _.._uu._. MM of 18.34. PtUburb. u.n________-- ______ __ __ h_ _. gilts. 180-240 Ihs, S2450-S2525, Advertisers .requested to notify I 2-03._ Work ,-
Chicago _ n__________ ______ __ u _ _- us Immd.t.l" of any errors in BEAU SHOP-146 K. CLEANING A PRESSING Cash _.nlr.and delivery n.rnTHellP !
MARKETS AT A GLANCE Cincinnati Ino comment) _________ __--00_ ___ jew 2.1' -- --- with some closely sorted long their ads as tho Snt.n.I-5tr will. Church 3-1014. Permanent and rm prie will save youmoney Hanrfv Ph 2-1972.

New York Detroit __ ___nu___ _________ __ n --- hauled lots up to around S2":">0. ..on..bl., < .nll .n inorrect waves $3 np, complete EID.r Brine your clothes. Sa C.1"11

STOCKS: Lower; h.I Mlling handicap ) Baltimore ) __uuu______ nn___ __ ___ 1 169 210-270 Ins $2 jO-S2 : nsro. hair cutting; al waves perior_Cleaners 214 Boone St iroEATIOHSEnCE \

leader*. | _(01e n __________. 0______ __unu_ __ 2 1.6 3 316GRI"EIUIT \\eiuhts : ; All Want-Ads start In The OnandeUornlnc tested _20 _,. _experience___ o .D ,'
: I Tot.t JTO() Ibs and S21.$24. K.O1SO ( Sentinel and are CONTRACTOR and builders- New ffra.rtr expertly '1
BONDS Easy; rail drift lowe.COTO" (Sdle up. ;; pnte SILVER BEAUTY SALOV-All types All .
Std Ind. Ris. less, in both The buUdmc. rloehna. p.lna. .hnlt.. .
; Steady; ".1 kuyin* ) Ibs. ; Ibs, S.nune of prmanroes Carolyn and anteed Knsr' N
Chicago 1 CITT-MarkoO tern Bose. Wlrebd. S23.5$2.t. 1(16 Orlando Ennla 0 the same Lucy. .ls frt l.s C.blnet Wt.rd
81 Bs. W. Pine Mais
shop Austin A Ph 51--
2309 :
N.
WHEAT: Miad, May lor deferred New York Cii, ,strong and hIgher) __ u ___ I 2 62 -- --- 22-S2JO: ; ( () ., $16.5Q$1.Iellm dale phone 3 3115; eer 2-0661 Orange Colonlto.n

month* higher Philadelphia 10.e' nUU______ _ 1 185 5 331 and good Ihe Wsnt-Ad Department open 15. Schools and Instruction _or REFRIGERATION SERVICE u

WCORP4: Easy small scale )liquidation.) Boston (bower _--_ _________ __ __ ___ 3 3.13 mosty from 8 JO a m. t 6 p.m 1 CONCRETE WORK: Driveway stepe. Ilm& and hou eholr<

OATS; MIe trade light nu___________ __ _ __ ._ ___ 1 206 ( Sunday from I 12 a mDeadline d.1 At wales, floors septic tanks charges t. HOGS; S cents higher; to PtAburh. nh _u___________ __ ___ __ ___ __ h_ 3 238 The limit in for SulI Paper Saturday TO SCHOL lan to drlY. bonded. Southern States UC.nHd. guson Refrigeration Sertirr r t

5U.5. Chicago ____________ __ ___ _u __ .__ 3 355 practical pl'k. noon Comp..> pares yoa 8714 or 2-2206 for For y .
: Fully steady; too 53. (no ____________ ._ ___ ___ __ _u 3 2 0 the aiea for good and choice School State 0 rites Test Orlando Auto etu.te.COXCREia :-REPAIING-I arfleal < )

Clnclnn.t comment__hU_____________ __ ___ __ __ __ 3 180-zto lb. soft and semi-hard lou Can Place I'ou call 2-8 9 _ etc.W.. floors.form. radio shop try Brut "

NEW YORK [AP] The Stock Baltimore (lower) -------------------------------------1 229 hogs ant-Ad by TelephoneDial BALLROOM DANCING AU types. driveways, walks and steps For price radios and phonos repaminiates : -
____ __ 2.52 was ,
S2O.Cate Private and delivery
Tot.t 4161 and class instruction Ph. estimate call Dunham ser:
Market yesterday suffered its trading was active Fri- 3-1066. Jane Dickson Studios. 29 W. chic Co. 26 Con 'Scotty' a Britts Geners E

sharpest average dip since earlyin Central._Hours noon till 10 p _____ Store M. Orange A:rW42 ::1
prices going fully I._ brick and con .
the month although dealing. steady. Compared with week 8. Funeral-Floral Designs SCHOOL OF REAL EAT. law and iJEN'LK. Small contract _
I practice Prepare Jobs preferred Box 365 S-Star SUGAR CURING or artervlot ;
were relatively slow as the Stock I FUNERAL SPRAYS and ex.mln.tlOD With old Iaassionr.Sacking. .'
Closing Quotations ago. prices for most classes \\ereste.idv dulan brokers and . Fine St.Phone CONCRETE WORK-Plain and- !
heaviest snowstorm since the all central Fonda D.i: \ rlu twice 6)66.SCHOOL 19 E ci Brine in your rr'K
to strong, with some thin floors colored .
daily to all funeral services. Azalea --- Ore B.utfu No appointment nerr A
turn of the century hit the city STOCKS IN THE SPOTLIGHT r Hd5 Hiqh Low Ls cows bulls, and calves as muchas Shop at C.sslbrr. Winter Park OF ADULT Education Ap steps dnvw. outdoor fireplaces II tI tr Florida Quirk Freeze a .

and numerous customersto MEW YORK CArl.... closing pn< Owens Ill Glass 7 13'. 72'. Phone 2. pled Psychology Leadership and seawalls stepping stones.Mdy . C... Ine 4O1 W. 13'h 5
cause and net ch.n. of th. 16 mast act" -r- $1 higher. Good fat slaughter I fl" nr. Parliamentary Law forceful At E..o. Winter- Para 469. ford. Florid

deser Wal St. and extend the stocks yeiterdayComwlth : I pu ou k Elpe sd 34'. 33'. 33'. steers and heifers weighing 410Ibs 10. Baby Sitters-Child Care Public Speaking Class .t.r Jan D shell services. d -
I I SECTAUC.n
& Sou 22.200-2'j up I.sAm fth begins tc'for sale Jsrco 1
Christmas P.C Tin ConA 3 5'. 5". 5'. upward brought Enrolment D 1tb 'a.
Airlines 1..7" up '.. Packard Motor 35 5 4'. 4". 822.$27.5; Bs.B\ AND CHILD CARE-Day. week 11: IE P1 e Phone BK Orlno. FIn Ph. Burke eU'II'sn.ble. D\; '1 .
From the boardrooms .. t.
start Baldwin Lo. 102... >4. ran Am Airways 85 8s. 8'. 8'. : medium grades 81.822.5: or iiu I.. \ e"t; care cf ovid&d10J ; SPEFCH Public 3-1141 2.1302.EFCTICALAP- _ _ _ 19 Box 231: 2SECTAIKDU-
parxelj and Int T.I 6 Tel 10.10.1Z"- ts.United Param 52 21 21 o F Harvard i STtDfO sp.klne. N
Repaired
were occupied for Pcture 2. mon S11-$18; canners and .J29 radio :" inxtruc Fr
s n* drm. C
.70.Z Patino 3 etc
trader generally accounted 1.P.05 Mie. u I" 11. 1' cutters including bulls RESPONSIBLE available num Ph 2-4174. tster. Job.on _
Penn 99 2OOlT's s Penney JO _u 13 $1Ql. SITTER -Any timePlease Electric Co 2 E. Church. ta business. Altennatt. If'
most of the selling which wa < 11 5.200-17's 1.Pan Penn-.nt Airl __ 1 5'. 51. 5 li I Medium beef cows got >. telephone 2-J8t>9. 518o for . C.I < or7ST1
Ar a.40-a'< no. Penn Pw & Lt 18'. 18'. 18' TOT DAY 16. Travel Information .
based partly on the idea the list Potomac El rw .ZO.U>4 UP 'a. Penn RR _n_ 92 18'. 17'. 17'. S20); common, SH2VS1010-- TIi. Corbeau NURERI'Mr.-W.. FLOOR SANDING AND FINISHING SEPTIC TANK Grease Ira; n

had already the usual Gon PoD Ut 7.6.1''- 51.Nat Pp.l.ol. 29 23". 23'. 23.. tets. S12$14; and canners S')25- Phone 76U7 R E Roln. AIR BUS. STFAMSIIIP Reservations Modern equipment: Pr.. II. Skilled power stalled pumped ,
enjoye
rw II IllS.Gon tickets Au horizrd all I In't. EKt.blsh drain fields rl.y.d. Sani&rs
6 L 7.2.1 & Co 6 57L. 55 55 I .f.nt
December was in lin<- El .. Phelps 7 47'. 41 41 S12J'with a few up to $12.5. 11. Notices lines Sunniland Travel Bur., 30 1orkmn. bndr. Stevens Floor Surfacing Tank Co Fli 2-3413. P.O. B x

for a tethmcal l correction NY C.ntr.I 6.70.14>. I... Phlla Elf Dg 12 22'. 22". 22'. Shelly canner cows were (Iuotel Special East Pine_ Phone SJ01___ Co. &52. TREE SURGERY-A-I.,. P I

Unt'A.r El Pw L 6.50-11.,.- 7.>, Philco Corp 5 33". 33L. 331.I from S->-S10. Common and ATTENTION BROKERS AIR. BUS. tour FURNITURE stered Paul REI E.upboi tm or relo\ed. D' I
Profit quitk- W.s 5.-11 a I Philip Morris __ 29xd 26 25'. 25'. mr. -My proper- and STEAMSlIP-Tc.t. Rpir t. or specialty Pipe ,
.a.hinJ ) Radio Keith S600-53o '.. Phillips __ 1' 62 61'. 61', mm sausage bulls ranged $ It located at 1024 Glendale St. has .r.n".mlnt. fully Washington St -1168. moved cheap Lots rliarcd-0

turn olltI'ator the recently Socony Vac 5.6OO.17 up I.. 1 I Pressed Pt Car u 25 Il 10". 10'. S W.(; "0V ( .n taken. off the market B. W. authorized. Convenient and bonded downtown tr..1 consultant office, HJRMTURE' REFINISHED in ri bonded J. F Kewton I:lb 2 1

buoyant rails and oils was Incildence I Pub Bye NJ _n_ 10 19'. 19*. 19"_ !. __ across from Chamber of Commerce wood or color Pick up today Phone 2-14.
NEW YORK (API I Pullman 2 52'. 52". 52". few good slaughter raltesluouglit liver tomorrow TR
.u. Building Orlando New ,
HAY-P. $1.50 baleTarry Service 118 St..r" a
from the stait.Onlv Hd. Hich L.w Ls Pure Oil __._____ 26 29'. 28". 28'. TlOtby. per Tra.l ; Ph. 2-1493 G'JI. I, cOR5ERYC . .
ACF-BriIl Mot 5 6'. 6'. S22. 21, tilth none R.nch. _Telephone 2-2324. E._Central_ : ph. 893. ___ _ _ dis : e P \r
RR.dio
no.000 shares changed Air Reduc.lon 45xd 25" 25" 25' i 1 -Corp- __.u_ 38 9'. 9'. 9'4 potted in the tlk.l'ad.le. M. PARKER-Spiritualist: readings, CRUISES. -Havana and Nassau An iR SANDING Pent Seal-Finishing. Spe. 2-7253 0 2-2'2

in the first hour low Alaska Juneau 5 3'. 3'. 3'. 51 5. 8'. treatment 20 VHORY-.tllr.cc" 3-
hand Radio K-Orph 81. )r" tanged 1 daily circle Monday and Thursday expense Orlando Travel Agency yrs. experience Modern equipmentWork '
Alleghany Corp 28 3'. 3'. 3sAlieg 1111l'ul : 118 E. Central
I Renting Rand 26 13' 8 "m. Phone 3-1412 :
for this period of a full sEssion Lud Stl 9 32 3P5 31. Repub Alia 21 1'. 1". 710 21.'d( : ((Sill mUl <.alt'ex and 13. .. .r.Dt.d.. R Burke Llcenwd.7851 PromptservIce. mate C.1 Artcraft. 220O V I "
2G. AI Ch.1 B Dye 3 189 188L. 181'2 Repub Steel 36 21' 26'. 26'. REV. ChERRY is out of and DRIVING TO CALIFORNIA Feb. 3. 2-
since Sept. Aiii-4h- Mf. .15 40 39' ..i9sAn Revere Cop A Br 15 19'. IS'. it'. i f'.il< '', Mt-M7, and l culls, VG- wishes her friends a Ita Mew Take 1 p..n er. share i.-TrK AND DOWNSPOUTS' YENETIA74BLINDS-Madc : .

.\.o.iah.c PlPSS flO-S0| <-k Alrh'eK 11 '', 7'. 7iAm Rexall DnisReynolds 21 71. 7 7 SI171 I Year activities latrrKEADW.3 Ref rrenceses i h.ntr. Myron crone.Ciriniont. Also sheet metal work of Lowest prtres Best 'nAdamn \ .u

. cmllo.i.| Mas off .7 of a |)oiiit Cable Rod 4'. 4e 40. lob B"a'ewsy _u 24 40". 40 40 (.issl! stocker and fee ler steers DAILY -- .--- any k.n. ".n.llo. chimney b. Ph 9355-919 W (
AI Can 33 75. 13s 17s I S .tuv. etc 409 d. : Uriaudo. Mm.VENETIAN .
| f .9. \ide.l .. icxxiim i shire Am Car A Fdy 2 41'. 4'. 4iAss ', -Stores 17 21*. 21 21'. !heifiis and calves were (! Church St trl 9 .. DESIRE TRANSPORTATION to Ia I lando 7 night Dunnagan Metal
. 395sAs uu quoted by Rev Alice U craver D D; diana or OhIO Good r.f.rene. can Co 1OO6 BUOur' Ir y
C.n"mld \ W Fairbanks Winter Park
the relapse of :;. Of ltWJi'.slIes 1 3\1. St L San Fran __ 30 9'. g' 9'. 1
.
n.. & For Pow 2'. 2'0 h f10111 SW.SJ8.(; ; medium once Tuesday 3O readings a 512 I drue_ Phone County 1907-J-11. trained '. 111m.t.
u g'. I HOME
18 SERVICES-General
(ItS! ) ami ___ 21 25 24'. St Ren is Pap W. Central from S to 8 and r.p.lra of bll. or repaint to. < Knew
1'C f.1 Am Home 24. ._ gid les. )$1V$17.; common. S12S1G d.t
i.ttl.in' .. Pro 30 21 20' Schenley Diti 39 31. 31' 31. ; Sunday I PASSENOER WA T for Atlanta. rooting n..construction anywhere Venf" Bo-. ._ u.gCO
161 rose.Bonds a. 2r. : Scab Al u_ 3 1 16>. 16" and inferior lightweights, $9GO .. 41. teasingMonday. Ph 3191. D..eD .. 1739 Kohl :
,
Av.
Pow 27 8'
Aol Lt 8. i
____ SLIP-COVERS made in your home 8.
.
St- rs Roebuck 54 36" 311. I Dec 29th dial 116
inclined to r trEat At Am Rod & St S 28 14'. 14'l 14'i I. Serve! Inc _ 11 1l'. 11. 11<. SH: .:0. Expert workmanship only Ph. ask for County 1903.J-.t.r.12. I ROUSES W ASHE'- St.I-Ls WASHL10JUC E REPAr:,:D

Chicago wheat was off up Am Roll MI 21 31" 31 311. __ 30 35'. 35 3$'. 3-3236. after 6 p m Lillian Moore pro. snl e .. 'knp
.
any Very reasonable
Am Smelt' R 31 56'. 545. S4taAm ; helOnlonOl. 533 W. 19th Air m.tbo. s.nl. C.ld.1 and Hoc.
4 3l's 32' 32' !
2U cents a huhel corn down 8t For. 8 28". 28'. 2t5 Sinclair Oil u u_ 32 171. 171. 1'. ChICAGO [API [LSDM Sal SPENCER SUPPORTS Individually, 17. Hauling and Moving I Estimates Co Phone. 2.3625. House Washing . .. Cole. Park o

Pi to -4" and ots 12 to up U Am Su..r 8 45W. 450w 4Sx Socony-Vacuum 56 17'. 16'. dblf hogs 5.000; total 8.000- fairlyuctive. designed 1102 E. Washington, Ph. AERO MAYFLOWER CO U5ES WASHING MACE RETM:...
Am Tel Tel 33 iOsAm H
IS' IS' Sou Am 0 ft P 21 4t. 4". 4" Mrs Warren TRANSI I WASHE.m AU co
Cotton steadied at the last lob 5 fe'. 67'. Southern Pacific 3 35 49'. 48'. 4Q'. weights under 260 Ibs 25 2-356. Lone dl".nre moYln. Joiner windows Barton next to Colony Th-'a'er

and ended up !O rents to0 Am Vlo'. _ 7 '. 59 59', Southern RH 13 3'1. 3q 39 to TO ( higher; heaierweights 1%. Lot and found Van and. also .local. snl. for storacr freeesiimstrs. I Free estimates: work guaranteed.Call Winter Park 93.
42".
Am Woolen 38 43' 43' -ntc mOYln. Autrey. 6326.
_
_
Sperry Corp 3 20'. 20'I 20 .
WELL DR .
rents a bale. Anaconda Cop 3' 345. 330. 331. .u uneven; hut generally padln.. crating and snipping oW. Ai.1z In
Spiegel Inr 20 9'. 91. 9 HOLSES WASHED-Windowo -
here was Armour Co 2' 1'. 14'. 14'. Stand Brands 22 261. 25'. 25' strong to cents ; top ANYONE WHO picked UP a bag bynilatake 140O_ p6.7988.= general repairs r..nr.. .m.l.r. Can install dep well.el. .
Turoyer 250.0 _ 2 .sUm.tr fr. -unj
A.d Dry G. 8 1". 14' Std 0 E Pf 49 21 21', 21% higher in Mcrory's store Dec Any small house in ant
ASSURED LOW rates household shipments Orange County on FHA
plan or P P
290 000 in 5 20.50 Bulk
shares against Atrh T 10 95'. 94'. good and ( 26th brassieres C.I .nl.
preceing u Stand Oil 27 62'. 61 61. 1'0 cont.mlna sh.s. I Specialists N. Y.. ail coastal washed S'5 Ph 2 4213Williams_ French. Phom 6
AU Coast Une u 2 50'. 5'2 50. Stand Oil Ind __ 24 42' 230 Ibs to appreciated I Lwo.F.
session. h 42'" 42', 2875-2925: 2MVJOO ., pl..s Iturn points Ability 423 So Orange Ave.. OFFICE MACHINES REPAIRED
I ____ .
26 40 40 are
__ __ u WE DRIINoW. Mu.pd
At Rf.minl Stood NJ 45 75'. 783 78 Orlando24406DEEM .
01 28.00-2863. -- -- service guaranteed_ Check
A few loads ::
1 22. 2V. weighing wr t Any
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Stand OhIo 8 28 27". 21'.
Alec Mf-------- 30 2f. 4'. 4'. BILLFOLD FOUND December 12 on George Stuart S. Main St.. phon.PIANO ., up to Nn water : pay
Std SU Spr" ____ 20 141. slightly above lbs. 27.75 S DELIVERY SERVICE-Phone 1 <
Eggs and Poultry -5- i, Sterling Drug u_ 6 )1. 31'14.. 361.Stevens : Orange A.. with 10n., B 684 I 2-680. light moving and hauflngreasonable 8158. Nothing down. 36 months 'tpay
Bald Loss I -__ to 2800: a few I Ibs. Orlo VIta rated TUNING and QuaT- Beamy Well Drilling and Supply
10 14'. l3's JP 8 31'. 31', 31'. 27.0 -- _ rpalnl. Ptt
JACKSNVI (AP) Florida nesrbj BaIt Ohio u_ u i2s 12'. 1'. Sto"el-V.n Camp 7 1". 1V9 17'. 28.7 j. Sows around 2 BRO LOST-Gold baP. maple I ItT workmanship re.sn.bl. Route. 3.. Winter O.rd. Road.Orlando. .
: Ft/LFORD VAN & STORAGE CO Phone
0'1 20 39 38'. 385. Stone B Webster 12 11'. S.lv.ton At Ct.de or pr1. Fully guaranteed Call 5300 FJa 7081WHTPAY2r
Ban.dll n - -
AU tain t retailer' ____-- 10 30 29'. 29.lefl '. Studebaker Corp 18 1 s 1". higher: good and choice :050 around t01n. & yale. Can handle load or part load to or . Store for immediate service 'o.tYO.t ii. .*.

Net Wt Cr. Mkt Foods ___ 4 30'. 30 30is Swift k Co 9 350. 35'. 21.. Ibs. 24.00.25.25: a few 2: Nominal . Phone 5842 I from Illinois Mass. and New York rmoel.d? p.s.no al
Grade A Net doz. Crts ; For estimates Ph 5286 or 135 N.
75 I UMrdftm Beth Sleet 1 lO3L. 102'0 103 -T- Salable cattle COCKER LOST-2 black 1.1n PAINT ESTIMATES- Color suggestions. on job and me furi.h he u
24 1
total SASI
200
Large nn_ 21 o&. 67 "0 Bl.w-Kno. 15'. 1 1'. I IBoin. Texas Co __ 16 40'j 60'. 60'. 10. ; 1 male new halters IS I FIDELITY STORAGE and Warehouse : RI.bJ. painters recommended 20 years experience For eatl.

_._ 18 0. 55 5K Airplane 7 22'. Texas 0,11 Sulph 1 56 56 56lix salable calves 200; all W Gore or Ph. aO40 I Co. Allied Van Lines. 61. At Glidden call builder 2l"2.
Sm.1 & Borden Co 41 40 40'. P.c C At 0 __ 4 45 'tr without obligation .
45L.Te.x ,
28 77 80 1' 450 classes fully market CALFSKIN FOLDER ln I PLUMBING Gas REMODEL OR REPAIR Ton 1
lane ox up steady, a.- L-l tea Kingguaranteed '
Borl-W.rn.r 6 53'. 53'. 53Braniff Par L Tr.t n 6 34 34 ter between lo.1 distance moving Flt1'Bu design to your satista, in t *>n
Sale diet to CODum.r Net Cur MktGrade Airy 1 7'. 7'. I Tide W.t A Oil n 21 2J'. 23- 23'sTransAmerira me: no high choice steers here; Saturday or night; sea- I Also packing sorII and cr1nl. 56- Residence 1729 r"p.lr.Grand 559. 5026 .f.r 5 pm. Mr. Hjghr
Wt Bridgeport Brass 10'. 10 20Brign 9 13". 13'. ton contDI 61 W. 2- .
11 i low choice C.I
Per In Crts light steers and U. ship
A topped at s papers
._ 24 85 88 Mfg 1 3. 31'. 31'. Irons Wnt A_ 8 161. 16'. 161.Tr.ot P."Pr I KJ.OLLENBERO PAINNO- decorating Interior 30 (ood Places To Eat
Lane Medium __ 21 o& 75 It Budd Co __u. lO1s lOL.Bulosa Corp _h 22 4'. 6t. 6'. 'm.o: hulk medium to good offerings Generous discharges reward and (400 to "110. tt. .. crating L.lmli..tou. e.t.for. Just a yon want it.

Small __ nu_ 18 & S3 W.ttb h 1 35". 35'. 35', T.ent _u 44 22"0 22 22 medium to notify Max P. O Sox 117." Kent for Delchers Lone DKt.nc. GsaraneesJ satisfaction. r.n.ble WHE I DAYTONA BEACH lor a,
n o& 6 Burling Mills _ 15 200. 20'. 2O.audd I -UUnion 24.0.O good Stretr. Phone week end.
Extra urn 26 0:. UP 87 u Melbourne living. 506 Stacy St. Dial 3336. _ stop an.n }
Florida dressed sales to to S Add Mach ._ 1 14. 1 0 343. : ass P .._ 9 34'. 341. 34'. ( 2.028.0) ; cutter cows LONO-DISTANCE-MOVING AUpo PAINTING-Inside or out. Our complete a good sea food platter, or ,t" 'r
nt.Uer. Union Cabide u___ 12 100'. 1001. 1.00( DOG LOST -G rltrfl. Includes patching delr cr.h. KP.ahetl. try- t shAA
aum.r Dressed Live C.Uf-"lne _nn t 33t. 33 33 I Union Oil Cal __u. 8 26". 26 10" down : common and F..n tolore !!ts Packinx tr.lll. local movinit Sr.i. pl.str the ocean a-a',

York style and DrawnHens Callahan Z-L.ead h 13 2\. 2'. 2'. Union Pacif< u_ I 159 159 159 medium bf cows 15.518.0; P Leu Sudriath Mo'ln. tc Storage Co. and minor structural rp.lr StwartAc Western steaks chops an. 'E nOne
New Can Dn 0 AI. _u 6 14'. l4's I United Air 65 18 15'. 15'. HAND BAG Or I. 115 W. Columbia Phone 8154. Gavle licensed At contractors block from the bra ,. r.
_. good
heavy __ _._________ 47 83 1' Llnr n cows weighty sausage LS' Brow.-i. bnd.d 1.1
Hens. light _____ _35 41 C.n.d Pacific -_ 43 lit. 1" United . _h 30 24 23'. 23'. 22.0 do. . personal STORAGE SPACE and local hauling Ph. 2193.PAINNO Gilbert Hotel prices reasonar ,c Regnlar -
Broilers Red IV,-2 __. un____ Carrier Corp -- S r. l7'ys :r'lC.tepl Un Cig Wh Sirs .u 25 4'4 4'. 4'. bulls 21. ; not enough articles Will finder notify M. Frniur. or mercantile T.l OR PAPERHANGING dinners and luncheons -1, up
- n 4.is Case UI) Co = _= 10 46 United Corp ____ 97 2'. 2s 2". \ealers and stock cattle here to Oilman phone Winter Park 6$ Wa.er Park 41 recommend reliable Choice wines. and beer on tap .

CUR STOCK LIST Tractor __ 4 58 51l. 5't. United Fruit _ 10 54'. 531. 53". receive revard' .11 II.d con

Furniehed Ihrouah courtesy Merrill C.I.ne. Corp _ 5 28's 28 281. United MAM ____ 3 161. 16'. 16". make a market; undertone fully HOUND--LOST white 18. Laundryor't estimates.bo on your will painting furnish or you paperhanging with- 31. Good Things to Eat
Celotex Corp 26". 26'. U S mo.D
26L. GypsumU 6 104". 104"
Lneh p.r".. F inner and B..n.: u 10. stacly. walker: male P.O. Dealers in quality -
Foundry 2 85. S's 8L. S Indus Chem 2 41 Ca probl.l.
C'lt 40' _
ffjummum Co. of Amer----------- u Box 14. Orlando LUNDRY-D our own with mod products Knox Stores Co.. 2 E KING FRUIT CO DelIcious tree
timer Gas At Eke------------ Cerro de Pan 5 26L. 2tL.: 26i U S Rubber u _h 15 46 45'. 4,'. .ulpm.nt 60c per hour rentalFasey Pine Phone 23163. : ripened citrus fruit fit for a K: 't,
Amer Traction __un__ 16'. Certain-Teed Pro= 11 l6's 16L. 16L. I U S Steel 38 79". 78'. 78'. MINK FUR LOST Neck piece; p1.s 's Self-Sen ice Laundry 316 W. from my own King Grove WI I.

Ark L.h.. A. __.__________ 6.. Ches A Ohio h__ 38 43'. 41. 42. i -V- Orange County _return to 413 S. RslDd Washington 69-4 PAINTING and decorating Work only .Ier. hand picked fruit Oi- II

Ashland Oil Refg __--uun_ ChMSP&pac n 29 g'. I I IChi" Vie Chem Wks P_ .10 9 90 10 PURSE LOST-Brown. I.r.; gold guaranteed H. E Clogston''Song. in good order la%
__ 1' NW ___u 16'. -WW.lke Court Records "J" front LeeFirst Phone .
Atlantic Co Fish. _unn_ 1 1 1' on Re..rd. 19. Services Offered 3275.PLsRPATCHINO discount on 2 or more busheAUo.
Chrysler Corp _h__ 63". '. '. 'Hi 0 "W 3 22 21'. 21', Bank .
Barium Steel .u.__ hU 5'. !.ton.1 Also Stucco nice or.nee for home use SC a
Creole Pet Corp .___.____nUU 42o Cley EI Ium ___ 12 38'. 38 38'. Walvorth Co _ 5 9'. 9'. 9'. MARRIAGE APPLICATIONS LOST-Roxy AWNINGS-CANOPIES' For Ca Telephone bushel 6 a bu' ,..
____ ___. Co"-ol. n h 2 182 Warner Bros 38 12'. 12'S 12'S Harry Judson Underlil REBIFOL ; trU.r. "
Cities ServiceDejay .nhn 38". 18" 12 Pct 2d. 21. Rt 4. Approximately $ Porch curtains tarpaul *. Venetian 9S48 _ _ Free tangerines to clltome. 1401
n
Inc--------__.. 6.. Col.t.-p.lm-P _u 3 445's West Ind Sue u 42 23". 22'. 22'" Orlando student. and Elizabeth t. \lrmIY. W, Washington St
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Stor. l.n. Papers to owner rolleiestudent blnds. to order. Estimatesphone PIPE CUT and-threaded to -
Col Fuel It 1 ._ > Mac your specili
16 16 16 West Un Tel Twlttv
l0a I 20 20 20 25. 1118 Sherwood .
net Bond ft Share Co. : 1 Dr.
u Coium II found call 48. 9826. Florida Co., 432S .atlon Florida Pipe & SupplyCo
0 El 24 pl..s I
11'
11' A.n'Da
11'. Air Br
Fairchlld Eng Airplane Corp. 3'. Wetinl -- 360. 36's 36'_ Eel Reynolds 42 416 W Concord .
u Win .
Comb :er Garden Revard HufheyALLIS 63O W. Church: phone 6118
Credit 41'. 4lL. Elec 32 30'. hotel rlerk I _
n 30" 301. and
Glen Alden Coal Co----------- 18'. u 1 4' W.stn. --n. Edite Slack Gaskin -
Gr All At Par. Tea Co----------101. Coml Solvent. 21. 210. 21'. SteelWhite ____ 1 48". 48'. 48'. 46. 416% W. Concord Orlando nurse. STRAYED OR LOST from-old Army CHALMERS SERVICE and IAlSTSO-lou"painting an art; MARTE'I FU STORE vIP ship
Humble Oil A Ret.------------ Com..lth Edls 40 26 34iComolth I Motor _on 23'. 23'. 23', Lobby Wend.1 Kendrlck 20. 1412 Ridge- Radar station liver and white pet s: t tractors and power units I rOD' Improve your Git rlpn.d fruit for
lOris Mining Co------------- 101. A South 222 2'. 2'2 250 I Willys Overland _u 13 9'. 8*. 9Wilson "o Ave U. S Army and Betty pointer puppy Age C month Right Farm and Home Machinery Co., 4 bome. Paint ufe. Stanley P. Curtis; '01. An fresh hardp.cke

Kaiser-FrazerKroget unn__ U'. Con Edison 41 21L. 21 21 A Co 'h 3 14s. 14s,. 14. DeLoach 508 E Pine Orlando rear lei broken C.l . Bo.en. W. Rob i
Gro _______ 46". Coon Vultee _ u 1' 1". 12'. 1". I Woolworth 'FI _n 16 45'. 45'. 45'_ Samuel 1 Alexander Welburn 60. 327 W. Orange Buick Co. ALARM CLOC KS PAPER h.nRIne. ceIlings Ornn Tri phone 3-2868

Lone Star Gas Co. u_______ 2ONissara ". Cont B.k _ _u 8 1 11'. 1 Worthing P __ 2 62' 62t. 62'. Clan-rh. mechanic and Elizabeth Blanche WATCH LST-Ls Saturday night kind of clock or REPAIRE c An .h.t.n: d' reuon.ble. .orkkuor.I'.d
_ Cont C.n 44 31 -IYounest- Miller Rolands. 205 N. Rosalind. Orlando j A-I _
Hudson Pw. Corp. n__ a'. u Gold f Phone 3-1681.rxt We fix eccy'ing 1 B.rhr ; : and ODd.d.K"'d.ton. -
Niles-Bwment-Pond Co __u______ lOL. Coot Moors h_ 1 7'. ''. Sh A T ___ 8 ';9'b 78'. '9 housewife 38.Strikes. Shop. 48 W. Lintial. Ph. Repaa ph 1I 1- (7 (Continued On Net Pace)
Coot 7196
Pantepec Oil 01 Yen H___._________ 121.ScrsinWiltlams Oil Del 53'. 53'. 534 -z- INSTRUMENTS FILED 1

.-___--___-- 68 Corn ProurU _ 4 64'. O4s 64L. Zonite Product 9 6 5'. 8 Hush W. Ocings et ux to Henry C -- - -
Crane Co t 34'. 345. 340. Final total yesterday
Sonotone Corp----------------- 3'. nu 930.00. Jerome et ux mtg $2500

echulte Inc un_______ 3'. Crucbl. Steel __u_ 4 25'. 25 25 Cvprens Products, Inc to J. w. Threw et ,
Stand Pw & Light _--uuu l5sTampa Cri PblKhl ___. 5 I'. 9 9 .1 .d SIOSevchap. Slack Off
E.ectrlc _uun___30 _u_ 49 ', 4" 4'. Citrus ReportCARLOT Corp. to Mary O Moss mtg
_ -0Deere -- IHStockMarket Troop
Technicolor u i2.w SHIPMENTS REPORTED FOR $3000

Va Coal & Coke 19'. Del Lek"" Co West_.n_ 12 14 45's 8'. 45 8'. 45'8'.. THE U. S. FOR THURSDAYI WEDNESDAY AND Ellis Forest et ux E.wd Roberts SIO P ux to William M During Past Month

COTTON CLOSING 3 21" 21'. 21', James H. Roundtree
rt al to Forest E.
NEW ORLEANS AP) Cotton futu.w.. Dst Dome; Corp-54ag __ 25 15'. 15' IS" Commodity I total Fla. cars Cal carol Arz.!' cars La C..G'nd total Robert s et ux satlslaftion of mtg \\ ASHIGTONP1[ ] Fewer,
tower during most of yesterday session.but Mines U.d 1 17 Consumers Sumber and Veneer Co. to
,. the last few minutes. a .m.1 trado Douglas Aact.n _. 11 1". 41 Grapefruit Oranges 165 54 I, 2 1 5 240 Orange State Security. Inc.. Qed '10. strikes started in Xo. ember thanin Stall Denied
I 87/ | | 44 88i
demand ...,1" put price* u. clo.Oh.tradino Dresser Indu& 15 22". 22'. 22'. Tangerines /f Joe S Burch to Dell Henry wd S125mtg .

steady 25 c.nt to .c.nt a kalo duPont-EE..ten- h.___ 22 itt'4 185'. 18'. i I I Mixed citrus 150 30 1'' V I! 'I I 10 162Unreported 30 Cal Steele .t Ul to Soy S. Yates .t UK any month sm<-e December

I.he. Open High Low Clo AIr L 15 1 11". 18 | 53 mixed citrus.SUMMARY 5. oranges 56 grapefruit 12 0.Robrt Lee et al to Carl Belle et axwd 194"i the Buieau of Labor Statistics rc4)m.5 4) DAPEST [API The Hun

March 35.M 3S.80 35.5C 79.50 up 83S Eatmln Kodat 1 '. 43L. 44 10 \esterdav 5,
3 CF PASSINGS THROUGH THF reprtei ganan foreign Mi v Je
Poser <
A Lt :
May 46 35.34 up 4 u l6n 16 16 E Simpson et ux to Robert E.
July 34.33 35.5. J4J4 3.57.5'. UP Emerson EI M h 10 18', 1e'. 16\. Including FLORIDA GATEWAYS al partial release mtg SIO I..t A .. stoppage involving nonnced as a gin--, kzt

31.41 31.43 31.28 31.46 u. aDe Erie RR u. 18 10'. 10 10 hour dlv.rslOn Savannah for 24 American Bank and Trust Co.. to Frances about 45.000 worker de
Oct __ period am.: night what it said VST -
_
14 11'. .ndl. Tiedtke wd SIO
.
30.76 3O 76 30 7* 30.858 u. Sbhid. Enrhal 1 1 No\ ember With
eloped those
.
East Wet South Total Floyd W. Whit. et ux to Arthur White in turn bv the Associated P: :
Oranges .. _
Porno Tel' Sad u 30 ''. 288 77 47 412 et us .d SIO carried over from October the
a R __ 6 49". Grapefruit 91 2 25 118 J F $ix to Mrs soviet troops were still it.
49'
NEW ORLEANS (A"I) Spot cotton closed 4Su Holund.t Ol.dl Gray
.t..d" 25 cmli a a.l. h.h.r yosto-dac. Fiiotkote __ 10 31' 36i5 37 T.nlerln. 58 25 2 85 Spec total was 275 stoppages with 100- tii t.y at the invitation t t 7g.i funcro

Sale. 861 Low middling 31.45. mddhn. Florida Pow . 12 13'. '. Mixed citrus 85 15 20 120 Jesse B Kelly to E P KIrby ICd $10. workers altogether.
1 1" I Total 0 in\.olve
3S.45. flood middling ..... Fruehauf Ira -- __ I 22'. I c.r held 6am yeller da 31oranges James W. Boulbton .t us to henry P. nIl n government
Stock 35.15. le.i.t -0Gaylord- : 4 grapefruit: 2 t.nl.nne: 6 Zarfass et ux mtg $1.000. An .Vsooated Press ::1

Uo.3S. Coot 12 20". 20L. 20'. mixed citrus Henry P. Zerlass et ux to James W. Investment Co.. Si.Mary .
qcd
0.0 Cable PASSINGS POTOMAC YARD AND PASS Boughton et ux wd $10 Mimm irizing an eyevfv \\ ;
HEW OILEANS IArIA".rA. ..0PddIifll 12 12 Teader Premiss H.
15/18th. cotton .t .ri Gin EI.c _ 1 35'. 34". 1. ,I INGS AND DIVERSIONS AT CINCINNATI E B. Conoley et ux to Henry P. Zerf asset Clayton M wd SIO et I to of Russian gar: s r>

.. Stn- Gist Foods __. 31 3i. 34L. 34'. For 24-hour pro ending Bam. Thurs ux .d $10 .t I
Sen. 5 mactots YS.rday was h day and Audi F. Myera et ux to Hugh A. Water \\estetn Hungary ha I :
2 cnt. Gin Motors 33 58'. The First National Bank at Winter Garden ,
51" 51"
bale' higher n. mtg
a at 35 S a : average -
c.nt Gin Pub __ 76 12. 12t. Tan- to 1..1 B. Jones satisfaction of mtg 12.25.. their troop strength o' _
for the market days 35.IS. VII n 1" Or. The Charles et nx to Audit F
Middling 7 8. .s 3 Gimbeb u 35 20' 21 Grapeer- Mixed Ftrt Nlton.1 at Winter Garden to Myers et ux .250R. -
inch 33 84
.ound. average cents a Goodrich 'BFI 9 21'. 580.. 56'. ang.s fruit ,n.. Citrus Total Hattie satisfaction of mtg B k ux to Audis F Myers et atid quoted Hungari:i iimidl '

----- Goodyear T "R 23 44 4. 43'. B.llmor.. 22 4 3 : Charles F. Herm to Oaisey A. Green mla ux wd S10.Dn.ld 7 I I towns oicupK :I '"l

Orah.m-P.la. Mot 5'. 5'. B.ton 1 4 8 _' $3000 R Endsley et to Hugh A
FOREIGN ux Soviet
EXCHANGE 11 Army as saying t t-
Ot Buf.lo I 3 ._ W R Adkinson to Charles P. vd
Ky Pf H.t
40". .
39' .
39' $100
mtg
SEW YORK lAP' CIO.11 tor.ln es- Iortbn Corp 43 11'. CI.v t . I n ._ $10 t. F. bon u,Id) bj Rus-iai -
change ratrs lollow (Great Britain dollar 1'. 11 Columbus The First Holly to E. C. Bass et ax contractfor
O _. National Bank
I Gulf Mob OhIo 15 ._ __ at Winter Garden -
>h.n In cents): 1 1". I Detroit _. to Virgil et of d. were remaining an .1:
._ us
Gui _._ .
Canadian dollar In New York open mar- Oil u 10 75'. I NewHase. I mtg LAd. .Usf.eton 1. F. Holly to E. C. Bass et ux contract
-H_ 1 ,, three months by i c
for d. :3
-- reqi'
ke :: i cent discount or 88 81'. I N Y. City 59 et ux to First Fed-
P Hare, Ufl __ 8 8' 34 31 II __ Albr 1 St.r The Bank Trust to
V S onto of '. of a Cent hU 8 8 Philadelphia 27 16 and Loan Assn of Orlando forda and Co O.orc government.
_
Europ. Britain $4 03'. unctiang- Houoton Oil 10 28k. 27'. 27" Pittsburgh 7 1 2 mtg: S.Ylnl. 1 Mnr et us satisfaction of mtg

ed F..o. Franc 84'. of a cent un- Hudson Motor n _. 1 2 20 20' Providence __ 2 4.1 u__ Alpha M. C.I to Raymond .1. Evans et Omer R M.Df.t ux to Harry W M.1- .- The Foreign MiniMi.tat*.
Sweden ,Kron.1 2185 un.h.nl- -1nUno. Washington UX wd $10.Oeors. le et ux .d 10. REMEMBER THEM-THE COSTELLOS"
thana" 8 1 Helene C.isteiloiteftl]
land Franc) romU Z3 40. un- .. C.ntrll __ 39 31k. 30'. 30'. I for reconsiinment A. Clapham et ax to Roy OCUcbam Charles D. ) et nx to Fannie R nirnt condemned hi- entire
chancer Interlake Iron __. 10 13". 13'. H.l Potomac Yad. vd $10 Shepherd mtg 1.40.Op.l former Attv Robert Neeb sister \swM-iatPrt Press
Int 1 I yesterday: 1 movie ->ta' f and her dispatch as
H.nut.r _
; Knox
Latin Ame : a' Arsentina free 25 01 unnans n 4 6181'. tangerines; i 1 er.nua ."frul A L. Atera et al to Malcolm Hendee .e. Houghton et nx .
.c Brazil tret5 SO unchanged Mulct Int Rick Can uu 4 21 26" 26" mixd Cn. \erdery Aun. of mtg satisfaction of mtg DOK.res Costello' Vruwnk, confer In in<. Angeles; court over "unfounded and malevolent"hut

20 62 unchanged. lnt Paper Uh 55'. 54". 54'. Elbert C. Holcomb et us to Bina Virgil R. Austin et nx to The. Prudential did not cite figure for
lot Tel _A Tel ___. 101 1 1 1J CHICAGO tAP GRAIN) RANGE agreement for d 15.50. 1 B.i Insurance Co. of America assign of lease case In whIch Helen seeks to get custody cf ner s x-year-old 1tuslan any
SI strength
troop or explain
CHICAGO PRODUCE Elmer L. .
C.
ax to
CHICAGO Apt. 8utf firm: receipts( John Manyjll. _n. 10 40" 40'. 40'. WHEATI Hds. High Low L.s Woodrew Jr. et ux vd $10 Alb.r Thorpe Furniture Co. to The. Prudential daughter from her estranged husband, Lee Leblanc, Holywo how Russian tank and

317735 '1 ore 5. U A. 85 5: Jone, A L St hn_ 1 34' 33'. 33'. Ro; Ramsey. et ux to Care: Armstrong Insurance Co. of America sub of lease SI
May Dolores used
292 artist too to be
90 B 84 5 89 C. "6 5. C.r. 9 B. 85.5: JOJ MIs __.n_ 13' 31 39 I July _- : 260:: 294'283': 292 260t :p wd $10.HamptonCraig.. Fr.ncl Virgil R. Austin et ax to The PrudentialInsurance a movie fighter planes which still remaIn -
Co of America
-KKeaneot- assign
89 C8 I Sept. 2521. Inc to John P. Sol.S eondlton.1 here might he used to
Eg.. weaker 740: D 8 ex- Cop _u_ 23 48". 411. 41.. u 258 252'. 255'. et ux wd $10.America . of rn t.1 si I
2
Iras No 1 ;3. r"PI o. 1 No 3 and 4. I DiIbRN S 25' 2 S 2.5 Mutual Liability Insurance Co. Virgil R Autn.t US to Te Prudential operate communication'- to the

50-51 standards No 1 and 2. 50: No. 3 Ldr.Ou __h 11 S 4'. 4'. CR"1M. - 249 249'. 247 248W to Thomas F Kenney el al partial release Insurance Gladys M .Burnam.et .sir to First S24 aOO MethOdist -; Nine Marooned Hawley To Revamp Sot let occupation ot Vustrij.
C a N a 10". of .
and 4 48. current receipts 47. others unchanged lou. 10'. July __ D'sFrtu
LOb 0-F Oass 5 56". 55" 551. 2.40'b 2401. 2.37. 2 38', T to Jack Elliott et nxvd Episcopal Church south wd 828.OOO. .
tPt. 2.24.. 224. 2 2Z'. 222". Ban.t SUITS IN CHANCERY
UbLMcN L 15 I.. 5:. I $10 i Fliers RescuedI Medical
- -
- Service
- -
L U k Mel' _ 3 89 57a. 87'I' i 1.5 11"s 19'. 1.93s Wlh.1 C. Ford et ux to Lilly May Viola Lym.a. .Douglas is Beldin Lester The di path -via ft -

I .be.d Aim _ :n 14 13'. 1". I May ATS 1.1. Fraser wd $10 DuI. duo...e et al D A Layton et I. \ FIELD, Mass I to J mlon b\ Hung; i :
.
u 1.151. vs
Inc _
.1 sos 11"
35 lot. 10'. July __ __ 11 Forest .Roberts et ux to May C. Meeker Crn. WASHINGTON [APJ) Maj
I LrWed IP' u._ 3 1". 19"t I 1.01. '. 100. mtg $ .3OO. al diclarat..y decreeMarlon f AP] Nine men on a I Post Office without pt .' -
1" 8.pt. "Z .gJ .91'. rt Coffey Lillie Mae DicksonCoifel marone
u .92'. TS
May E Roberts to Forest E. Roberta et Gen Paul Hawley who'
100 Key Mack Tructs __ __ 4 52'. 52'. S2'. I OfT SOTBEASS-.89" .9, .89' .9' ux wd $10_ aiurreCOUNTY. I'I irozea Labrador since their R 'ship. The corresponi : -

J M.r Marine IRHI I 34'. 34" 34'. I Starch 3.943 U5 3941. Talor L. Watkins et U to Win B Petition for probate JUDGES of will COURT and Isaaance I 13-17 Flying Fortress made a streamlined medical treatment (questioned today h\ a f
Mdl.nd 10 6' Courson et ux $2 4SOw .
6" 6', 35 note *
M.nh.1 Field u 16 24'. 23'.u 23'. Stay _=__ h __ __ 11 H. Courson us to sylor of letters testamentary the First National : forced landing Christmas Eye for war veterans, is going to try ministry spokesman
July ::__ 390 a 1 W.t Bank at Orlando e,:ate of GUbert S. Osin- 7 .
OL- 15 14'0 14' --- kins et ux vd $10 the latter with the f'li: :
M'dl.ed Stl ) Ldna b | w ere. rescued yesterday and to do the same for the Army,
Tax 2 di's Maurer to Jesse W. Stone
Questions 435k ,
M. Po 4" DUN AND .IIAD5TIIEET B rUI.L.t.r of ". Ran fore the official -td'e c
K. _
7 4". 4I vd $10J a t.ot.m.nt. Lu. I flown to Bay, 27"mile
MODunt.Cb.m 4 41 61 61 NEW YORK I d.t, weighted price Index of . Anna Sloan Allen Inventoryand in a transport -
30 ucd away,
Co.
,
Mur.y Cop _ 16'. 1s. 5'. comoil. cmJe lo UnIted A. R Stiles et U to .u.tt. .ppr.I.m.nt I t
of
-NNashKeljnator- 193-32 a"e.e .QI.1 lOOj- R. Onus vd $10 Order .n 1.t.r di plne. I
Investors and Business men ar. __ 10 II 17" n n h_____--_ ____ 301 65 Frederick Kenzic to Lillian B. Kanna charge Florence H 0\ i l huddled near Wednesday as medical director Canada Gets Oakes Estate
.
17' o H Te mn .er
1 Wednesday __ ____ __ a Fisra.letters .
S.I _302 so d sio hOI
%laUted to ask sis for copies ol P-at Auto Aullnes Fib __ la 10'8'.. 0.' .. week agoMonth ----..hh_____--__--___--_ 30247 Jerry. J. Chlcone to Otho P. Fairfield of testamentary Carrie Ala plane on Lake Astray for the Veterans Administration, I NIAGARA FALIS O ;

a. Informative booklet discutstoo )iat B.utl h_____ f 31. 1'30".. 10 301.. --- -- -- 301 45 assienment of mtg $10 Becker estate of George Becker.Order 1! where their bomber was brought said yesterday he accepted 'I The mansion built rr : :

too pertinent Income Tai Nat' Cats --0' IJ 8". 8'. 8'. !I Year ago::0I = i=-=--======= -. 24 75 Gary V. Evsns et ux t F. A. Allison for dltnbuuOD. Man M Siemensestat h I ..
'
194 Oak2134acresoflandabo
tnesttoni of Not Cash Rio _u_ 8 42". 42'. 42'. Dec 21 -- =- 304 10 AIm of mtg $10 .of James J. SI.mOD. of down after running out of fuel an imitation from Defense Secretary late Sir Harry ,
Interestat 1947 .
la's p.rtea.r Not Container __h_ lo 13'. 1'. 1'. lowljan.23) -- 23280TKt Eugene Dodd of to 1 O Ban.t a alsatbsac000 William Inventory S. M.r.n and .ppr.1m.nt .s.t. while carrying Christmas pre Forrestal to aid in the reorganization :. .
time of S.t
Dairy Prod mtg
year. 12 21'0
-
&Dept Stores ___ 17 21'. 16'.. .\NTS ON SPOT : Citizens National Bank of Orlando to'rl LLer .dmnltr.Un CA. Ruth Ben- ents and mail to isolated Baffin ; of the meicl serI been donated to the CH.. : >
:
Write or call personally fora DltUIKI ___ 21. I'. 20". HARRISBURG, Pa [UP] \ R Austin et a satisfaction of mtg H.rpr B.nb. et.t. Ch.r.s Day ices of the Armed F Government by Lady O Nat G et E. bw.
__ ux to A. Sebrlng
18'. Ro. outpstc.Noted -
On.tul 19 .
1 1 \\hen of Worth E.TomUn4on widow Oakes, a viltt i ..n-
copy of this booklet Sal Lead '. 34'. 34'. a Harrisburg school kid la 10. .dminrton. I
".. 5 U 1 '. E. Simon et BX la Earn H ft.t. TomliD adian mining operator, 1'' jgeoned
1.
Ii 1:1: lt class these dahe rarely l.me Order for distribution and lu.n dl Mi-sir u\in: DIPS:
skIp 300
N.I Supply 1 21', 21 his et ux m I: charge I.;.a U Pard es Lila Orchestra Leader Dies to kith in fliP | : r3
Net: Corp got! to the moie That, Sam 11 ..I..t ux ta William E Simon 1. ae [rAP] Howard
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511 Metcalf Bide. TeL 2-211 Ohio-01 t 33" 32 32'. < > ana b on the watch for ,., Mllsn.t.s 10 The Rose Terrace swimming o'.e> LO mile- from ers pianist ma Lerer. e < strrseat..ii o> MU;;u aieo icsterdav RatS' cio upon tao ea-.zs every
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PAGE 10 SAT. DEC. 27 1917 i CREAM SEPARATR25 gallon per I HOUSE PAINT, Berry* Brotters plug RADIAN OIL HEATER-Pot APARTE-Frihed. 3 or more DELANEY SECTION New frame i LAKE FRONT-Suburban. Large lot

!' hour; hoar size. I: good workmanship an 3..1 durable steel .tp.\\ rom.. prm.nent. 15 limit. Box i home 2 bedrooms 13x13, with I Neat new small dwelling wiUi oath
-- - Bumby Hardware. 102 W. Church St. I economical and durable paint Job fie. 10l _to 405 S-St.r. j walk-in closets living room. 18x20 and electricity. $33OO. terms Ln

(Cent from Preceding Page whether the three-coat or ard 6-in fue. . Heater lull dining room big kitchen with i with Herman Goodwin. Inc.. Broke
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CAMERAS-We b sell trade and !. the : : price U in 2nd floor. S.r. Roebuck St Co.. 9813. APT. OR BOUSEAnothe Staff Announcer built-in cupboards hardwood 677 N. Orange. 855.

3f. God Things to Eat rp.i all kinds of c.m.ra Also a I II i Illne with ene quality 'I ROLLAWAY BED-Like new; Murron berom. apt. or'' oversize garage. Available lor.. i
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of supplies and photo finishing. house. 2 children and 21' .1
paints. Bumby Hardware 102 W. I davenport; bed style: kidney .ie y.a. loan. $8450. Sammie Francisco. I
NAVEL ORGET. finest Fla Camera Dept. at City Luggagetc Church St'HATR I' dresser and chair; 239 Palmetto: months. Near bus line. Limit $65. ..10r. Central Ar..d.. Rm. 4. 7407. I LAKE FROST
,I I tr Phone -Investors, gpeculat-rg
Juice or- Jewelry Co- Orange and Church 99. | j
Ir'11.S Wonderful tangerines. I "' -Oil burner. Uke new for E. W. Cot felt. DELANEY SECTION story house; i home seekers, attention. We ilfer

&. 11.0. grapefruit. $ 50: newba.ket COWDOT BOOTS-Tan Nocona. I I11wLikenew.Telephone rom house. $75 installed. Ph REFRIGERATORS-Immediate delivi ii APARTMENT 2 adults and 18- ;i needs Iou.I' the closest lake front home to Or-

11.0. 55c each. 1722 Virginia Dr.. I t I II I 7875. Florida Oil_Co._ _ _ i cry on the new Crosley 7' Deluxe month-old baby. $50 limit. Box 386. I A real rep.I.bargain 4 for la.e sm.on s.dee with ange and Central In Orlando ailS 3

east of Ferncreek. I model. $279 95. Easy terms. Associated L&7 S-Star. _ _ _ _ _ j ideas. Slight consider trailer. bedrooms J baths, servants quarters
bltk. CASH REGISTER-NatIonal E o HEAT 1 circulating. E..n su-' Store 143 N. Orange Ave Phone APT. BY OHS teacher and moth.r. Inquire 1633 Grand A.e.I I etc. Priced under $25 000 13}
I shape. Call Kissunmee ; Low boy console I o.ner ft.
lent
TURKEYS Hickory smoked cab 5300 Mrs. Campbell. Ph. 2-7112. on lake by over 200 ft leeS
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ready D. Wilder. Inter- for Information. inet home heater. Flame $28OO cash bal Forced sale no reasonable oStti..
DUPL-F.rnlshe.
Jaken t. CaU sne. I burner. This is the only horizontal STEp-UDDE.5. d-6J 9 HOUSE or lit floor apt.-2 Irom Mov Ropr Realty, be refused Exclusive. Wra Ma'aewi
I I :: 25 adult couple: no pets. '
natural draft oil burner in any he.t pr fot. Stor. : Church ; with J. Daniel Kolar. Realtor Ph

THE SAME LON for 28 years In O- DEEP WELLS er. Double length. U-shaped Phone 2-316. for Box-410 S-Star.- _ _ _ \I Realtors co-specs.

lando and shipping I flame. Thi flame bII so much !; SREN-WIRE Most all popular HOUSE OR APT.-2 bedrooms; by '. DUPLEX-Nicely fur.d Good in-

citrus fruit to any part of Unt AU Sizes. Pumps of an types. longer an flame pro 1, and bronze local business rriMi: permanent come. Price Herman I

States and Canada. See lug fixture and Plumb. duce a great deal more heat. Horizontal !I screen wire. Knox Stores Co.. 25 B I IPne. T Ident. Box 411. S-Sta.' _ r.1 Goodwin. Inc.. Broker 677 N. Orange:
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,our gift package for perfection. 50 I work guaranteed 38 months to heat ch.mbr. extra 1.I.e | Phone 2-363. ? Staff I 9855. LAKE CONWAY__5-room
4232. OR-AP house semi-
phone HOS .
West Central Avenue: surface collects the goldenflame.
LIBBY FREEMAN. 711 Wet Heat wave blower prevents i I SPEm BOAT-14 ft. Dund
WE SHIP tre-rn fruit an.bere I Church Strcet. Telephone 9869. heat from at the ceiling. j plete with 22'. .Iectrlc.t.rter. fully furnished apartment 1 house. broom furnished home S825O $ -terms. W. K Price. Real

in the .. same day 1 <' distributes coletn.. of heated air . All accessories and trailer. 2 children ages 5 and 6. Permanent Htnr Broker. 916 Kohl Ave : Estate. 240 8 pTange:
Direct from my grove I Perfect condition. Will sacrifice. No resident. Pbone9SOO
_ _ 2-10.
I picke minute. Therefore you burn I.
Block's. 18 W. Church St pr reasonable offer refused. See AlI -
32-plece MARKS
DISHES I ST..
HOUSE unfurnished 3 bedrooms. For 1110
enlmu
in an Evans you get more I DUPLEX Vacant. New concrete Colonial'.own
ph. 5390. 3-piece act*. $16.95 up. Fair Str.. I I benefit from bau that is I bert N..ton. Lake Pomsett Rd.. Call J. A i block quiet street north Sew block construction. 3 bedrooms -

RIPE early oranges right from the 10 W. Church St. i iI I Ii I I duced. Special price for Dee. :i! Cocoa. P15.STORAGE .TANK18.900gaLapprslI I F.a.9' 2.lsldent I 112.6. t, cash. Can slOD1 ; furnished or unfurnished.

trees. We pack and ship. Allen i.I DRINKING FOUNTAIN Kelvn.tol. 1 1I I Wilcox. Service and Sale I' SEMI-RETIREOCOUPLE (Christian) j F. Boland. Bi. Carrigan Owner leaving tows.i .
10x33' long. Immediate
Grove. Lake 7684. automatic 1936._61 E. "hl .__ I imately Bldg 672 N. Orange: ph. 2-4551,
Und.rh Ph I thermost.t Bub I livery. Sebring Utilities Commission. wishes to rent In vicinity of Orlando iSWSTNew

ware 102 jChurch. HEATERS-See the new model. 3155. Sebring. Florida. I Ii for the months of February and I{ DUPLEX Furnished, each unfurnished
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apt. consists frame
I _,_ __ I II bungalow, all
32. Articles for Rent rooms extra
with light. March modern apartment bungalow.
!1 Perfection heater pilot or.
I of
DIESEL ENGINES and power units i SHOT GUN-Remington automatic. 2 screened service porch with large living room dining room mod
I for agricultural and Industrial inst.l.toQ I, Will heat 9.200 cubic ft. of spareKeivinatoc barrels. A-I Four PalmsTourist Minimum requirements bed- private bath kitchen bedroom and I era kitchen, tile 2
bath.
with palmetto rake and I condiion. bedroj.m |
BULLDOZER Free Florida Pipe & Supply dept.. Bumby Bad..re. Home. ., Highway. I room. living rom. klrh.n.t. bath.plus living room automatic hot water. plenty of closet space. If "P
due. Hourly or cont.ct Church phone 6118. I I I 102 W. Church.___ place to keep a ra Hempl. I: OPA rent ceiling $150 per month week. soiohut'
I owner wils
gallon take 59.500 Ti.,
Phone _
estimate. 2-25' j Co.6-0 STEEL TANK-New. 5.4 ca- 48 Sunset Drive Hempstead, S65OO. mu
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I II 1 ; price terms. C. Ross one block $1 500 cash balance
New .i ,d. Jarco Corp. DUPONT TUFCOTE Red Barn Paint is HOME FREERKelln.tor. now I parity 84" dlam. ft. long.: York. i west of WLOF tower on West Central month. Frank payable Sri
DRAGLINE- I an extra heavy bodied high qualIty .. H.rd.ar. Kel- '." plate, Ir19 approved. / 8 Crebs. Realtor 51
Box 3468. Orlando, Fla. Ph 314! paint which will easily take two vinator Department. 102 W. Church. openings to suit-$ Beres- 51. Houses ior Sale i: DUBSDR EAD SECTION "s-room. Me. calfBuiIdmg phone 21710SOSTHEA.5Trom

or 2-1302. -- oil the gallon. ford. Florida The Olsen Corporation concrete block bungalow furnished bungalow furnisned.
---- i I quarts of linseed to INLAID LINOLEUM-We supply and -
FLOOR SANDER AND EDGER: also Excellent for metal roofs. Bumby Install materials on sink tops and phone DeLand 88I ADAI PARK-O cash moves new furniture attached garage oak Electric kitchen Oak

cabinet sander and floor polisher. Hardware.102W._ _Church_St. __ floors. Avdoyan. 2501 SHOTGUN -Remington Sportsman: thi frame 5-room floors price $10 000. $2.500 cash Ask floors. Attached garage. Price $Sa
Wyekoffs Hdw.25245uhl.2-2521._ i I I. Dr.. Cal Ed..te I I 12 gauge: equipped with weaver house F tie bath breezeway and for H-1291. Harold V. Condict. Real i' 5fi Cmthw Roulstone. Real.or
,I DEWALT POWER SAWS -Also Park _2-121._ __ choke: r..sonable. Pb. //1 . ga.e Excellent neighborhood tor. 37 E. Central Phone 6137.
SANDERS New American planers Mall saws dris Logan PINE PANEL STOCK-6". 573. | New equipment in- NORTHEAST
FR 'I SECTION
new edxer. Reasonable rates ... J. D. &Son.telephone. : KNOT. 12"; 19c sq. ft. SmythLumberCoNoOrsngeanad. SEWING MCHIE Factory rebuilt eluded. Call Nunez with DELANEY ST. SECTION-Close to to schools stores Convenient

C. R. Burke. 1805 8. Bumby. 7851. j Mount Dora 3753.DRyEANERavr.. i portableand I H. F. 10.00.Rpalor. Carngan Bldg.. stores and bus. New 2-bedroom to Post Office walking dlt'ance
I II AI Wiggins: 6247. i. asbestos siding home with attached 3-bedroom home located
672 N.
BOSPIA BErWhelcb.k ." dry Easy Or.nle 2-551. garage oak floors plenty of on desirable street. Lot 64x245
LAWN SPRINKLING .ut.m. E Entire stock must go cabinet
Price
lisa Ct. Ph. 2-1287. n7M' 9617. !I I Knox. .lon 8-2.. gallons Pine. I II p.ment. Surveys and estimates Many;.. Prices begin at $3.95 I I "What kind of a secretary have you, Alvin-here's I I and closet space paved street Price Herman$104)00 Goodwin) Ann Inc 677 Goodwin Ji. Orange w u,
and S35OO with
Stors : E without obligations. Fla. W. Church St. good terms Call Bryant
I 1.5. i Pip
TPEWR1TAm.k also add- 1 2-3163.: _, ___ j I I Supply Co.. 630 W. Church: 618 Pr..U'GUN= high grade dou I one in the Sentinel-Star want ads made of solid ALTAMOSTE SPRL'GS with H. F. Boland. Realtor. Carngan

Office Equipment Exchange.or mont- 1: DANCE WAX- "Johnson's" professional i i LEAF-RAKES- Several to choose SOT Pker.. 322 W. AmeliaAvenue. I mahogany!" 4-room dwelling Furnished. Price Bldg 672 N. Orange. 2-4551. frame 1'STSPIefldid2btucoom bungalow

Corona Agents. 220 S. Main St.; 8850 !I 1 68 ncewax, SIc per pound. I I from. $1 and up. Knox StoresCo. IS'HOTGUNPr.ctr.n | $3500. Terms. DUBSDREAD COUNTRY CLUB Fruit. Garage Extra fully furn.'hed
Knox Stores Co. 25 E. Pine. Phone .. 25 E Pine. Phone 2-3163. Cottaee-34 acres land. Price Practically new concrete block 3- loose in. lot Read- to

TTERE1[ -, Special 2-3163. __ _____ ,_ I t MEAT CURING SALT-Morton's andCsreys. ,. new. 12 Modified gauge 34. Articles Wanted i: 45. Apartments for Kent I c.s.Lake $800' bedroom bungalow. Full tiled batn.' Realtors.Washmgton_$9.000. Terms.Arcade Ca\er.auiH t,,i
rat. Sausage seasoning: food .-4-bedroom home. Electric large tiled screened porch breezeway. i _
Check with George Stu.rl. 1 ELECTRIC IRONS Automatic con- 1 I 1 choppers. Wyckoffs.2524 Kuhl. choke Leather case. Inspect at 3515DubsdreadClrcleor OLD GOLD-We pay highest pried GOLFVIEW BLVD. 3424-Apts.. kitchen. 2-car garage, furnace laundry tubs NORTHEAST SECTION Love,> .artI

Main St. phone 8158. _ _ i I trol. universal. Proctor 5aDoD' ph.2-4371.- for dl.monds old gold. .tcbe.. 1 posite Dubsdread Country OP. 65 view 120.0. t.rms. $5000 Lot. 100 x 150. Owner going north frame bungalow. Like nes. b .it
OOlRENTA1.-Pa1ni sprayers; skil- <:i Buuiby Hardware. 102 W. !I MESS SUlut pawn. Price SI EP-ON CANS White enameled. broken J..elr,. teeth silverware. rooms porch completely furnished I all.L.i for quick sale. $13.75O. Terms. W. B 41. 3 bedrooms living room. 4mmg -

SUM bnrhp.u inoweraflooring : :I ELECTRIC W&SIUNQ A :=! S8.SO 18.5. : revolvers 1 several to choose from. $1 9: and Berkman & Orange._ | $125 season. S1OO permanent also HUCKEL-O'NEAL. 118 E. Nicholson. Realtor. 14 S Main; 2-1619. room, breakfast nook k:- t

eulpm.nt mixer Now available. Several wakes. : radios; . Big values: up. Knox Stores Co.. 25 E. Pine. I ns,19N. 3 rooms dinette. 2 porches and sundeck Robinson: dial RALTOR front screened and rear en..vised

and misc. To Rental. 10 1 I vlnalur Urpl. rtuiaby Hardware. I; big savings. Mac Rays Pawn Shop. I Phone 2-3163. j I OFFICE MACES and furniture.Get beautifully furnished. S15O sea I Altamonte Springs office. Homer EDGEWATER HEIGHTS-Surrounded porches, oak floors bath tub and

W. Washington. 1 I 406_W. Church St __ ___ I our prl..s. Che.k with George sonless Ph. shower Large attached garage.
1J3. W. Cburb. ___ I I TOOLS-Private party; taps. dyes.I Stuart. S. Main St. Ph. 6159. prmanent. 32151IIODERN SeweU. Mlr. Winter Park 8-8394. by fine homes and located In one large corner lot
FILE CASE-3 or 4 1 overlooking lake.
Rental trailers. AU New dr..r, of Orlando's most exclusive
J-HA0L-IT ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS MEAL vice motor. many other wrenches.. I APARTMENTS-Everything residential too fee front.
type and sizes for every purpose.Efficient i I and Qua W8 Kohl locks: In good conditon. Box 325 W. sections I* this modern 2-story $10.000. terms Won
Fair- 1: ubee. M.dden's i 400 Amerca. _ _ ORANGES and grapefruit Highest lurnlh.d. S80 per month. FourI ne.1 System 628 E. Pine Street. 4641
and courteous S-Sta. cement brick home with 3 bedrooms
: .enlc. A,... i iI I
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hand-made I Palms Tourist Home 6010 CheneyHighway.
bank Trailer Service. Fairbanks and ELECTRIC c.l BROODER-SIZe for 50 MAHOGANY WTERPRoP PLYWOOD 'TABLE CTHSUn.n.. market price paid. L K Branson. I I BEVERLY SHORES If It la a and 2 baths. Oak floors furnace, 2- ONtO VISTA-House and 7 tots deal
in
Clay Winter P.rk79.; I : for I 3-1226. car garage. Nicely landscaped lot for grove or trailer camp. Cash or
S I chickens and severs 1 coops. il5Uleodiinju B..ut\ j house you are looking for and
9O THE Rent 'I I Dr. I\ ful and durable. Also perfect TRAILR4tonuUIY AI-te& I II WE BUY used furniture. Call ns I RIDGEWOOD AVE : 628-Furnished .ant to see 1001 and Owner has left town we have the tennis Inquire next to post oid-r
m.terlal Orb .
Vista.ORLANDO
our WORYOuE ehnl. Mills_&_N.br.ka.NlS ct i fore selling. Orlando Furniture b I apartment large 3 rooms bath. workmanship. let us this key. 23,50O.. terms W B. Nicholson.
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costs very& little. Sth lumber ILECTRIC REFRIGERATORSNewand from $125 AND SCREEN WIRE-AU sizes. S25. For quick sale. $75. Inquire No. 2 store. 615 W. Church phone I porches hall garage. Adults only. 3-bedroom. 2 tile baths fun sized Realtor 14 S. Main. 2-1619. -Duplex. 2-bedroom apart
i I used; reduced prices wheelbarrows Church. | no pets. I ment up. 1-bedroom apar'me"
N. Orange and 1 tubs 2-4883. dining room ;
Rlro.d and $329 guaranteed; prompt dej j I c.n. bu.ket. .utom.tc' EAST SIDE. CLOSE IN
; tools TOT" -1941 built down. Garage Lot 75x110
TAYLOR hot with
33. Articles for SAle livery._ph.3r3245.104 ._Miller.__ j I Clearance. .garden.Ie._222 bos W. Central Hdw. I inc STROUEa.lu"T.ylor 'II WE PAY $25 for your old drop head I SUBURBAN-12 miles from heart of i Pride.tM Realtor.heated 668 home N. Rober; 2- frame. 2-bedroom bungalow. Hard house Other lot 75x115 feet over

ELECTRIC SAW-Portable. 8-ln. and9in. I S00025 **"",. phone 2-3163. I Singer sewing macbinererardleis Orlando on good highways modern I 4596.I j'j'I wood floors fireplace central heat. looks lake $8250. terms. A C

Wappat in metal carryingcase. OVENS-for oil stoves. Stock includesone - I of age or condition. Phone 32341.I ._ completely nicely furnished. 3 2-car garage. All rooms large and Golden. Broker 1121 M. Orlando Avenae. -
Willard Jc Keiser. Vogue Theater I I and t.oburner types. BumbyHardware. THERMOMETERS-Deep frying candy I rom and bath electric kitchen pri-I airy. Price 511.000-terms. Phone Winter Park. Open Sun
5136. 102 W. Church. making utility wall. etc. Bumby I WIIX BUY. remove orsaw your vate-ntrance. Sesn.1 or ,e.lb. COLOSIALTOW_ 3 blok. from A. T. "Buster" Carter 3-1622. Jamer-
APPLIANCES block.Coloniaitown._ OIL CIRCULATING ,! Hardware. 102 W Church. pine trees. Call King Building andLumberCompany 2 or 3 adults or child of teen age. tr.dlg 3 bedroom house son and Carter. Realtors. 12 8. Main PAR AVE. EAST-Ne r clay A well
j ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES-Romex wir- i HEATRalo.d : I Mrs. W. C. Leonardy Windermere.Fla. unfurnished. 1 garage. fruit. built and comfortable home ol 2
bath and kitchen in rust telephoneJ7267.
Hot Point ranges from 1189 75 aD.immediate i ing. entrance cable wall boxes !I of TILE yOu : I and C.I FERN CREEK SECTION bedroom bedrooms, sleeping porch and Ule
shade landscaped. $3000. Phone
heaters Just arrived Get yours while Permatile: free I ____ __ _
delivery. Space heters switches duplex etc. H. HIGHEST MARKET PRICES paid for A. T. Carter. 3-1622. Jamerson and house block: S1.700 down balance bath. It Is of pre-war construction
an Savage spinner washers; reeptace. they last. Bumby Bard.ae. 102 W. I estimates. Cent.1 Florida S.les 1217 payments. C. C Garletts, Broker. with
sues; Farrlsh H.rd..re. Orange oranges and grapefruit. Lester WEST KNOLL. Carter.Realtors.12 S. Main. cypress siding lifetime roof and
table top 30 gaL wate betr city 1 Phone 2-1841. Church. j N or.nDlal 6840 ___ White. 3-1226. I Church. New efficiency-J uJ 912 N._ Mills. 2-1747 oak floors throughout Laundry -ubson

tag radiant .. : .Ietrlc ; Electric eook- I OIL'CK STYEs2dJ burn UTLI -New tires new ities. heat and linens CASEERY'Attractive home for FORREST ST 1311 3 bedroom rear service porch The lot is

portable ironers: radios all sizes; 20 : its RANGES best. Fast- clean. thrifty i : stovepipes Priced at $75. Contact V.Hutchins. 35. Fuel Oil and Wood I Adults. $125 for 1 month s.sn : ; bedrooms, lake-j I I I| house, bath modern. 3 room gar- 75' by 172' with a number of heavy
at front
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gaL city gas water heaters: water Fast fir* without flame. I BI.nk.ts. Economy Furniture, i 737 N. Hyer. Ph.-7757. j jI I I slOopermonth_ and rebIOk. Close to highway [ age attached with fruit with 75' bearing citrus Completely furm.bed
coolers; electric roasters; coffee makers a 333 W. Church: 9217. The best cost 'II with electric extra lots. E. F. Bohlmann for only $10.5OO MrNut'-Hea.'iey.
BLINDS tanks tiled ,
68" stainless steel sink and Clean as an electric IIlbl M.ke I VENETIAN FUEL OIL-Have your SMALL APARTMENT to rent no stove. hot water .,1 owner
; refriler.tor. Realtors.I5W.
cabinet I everything you cook better.Saves OVENs''oPf-the-Sinve'ovens. 1 1 no more at Adams. 919 West Central now. Telephone Or antic 8021 or children. 19JO South Orange Blossom heater and heater. 2201 Conway Rd Washington 510SPR'tXCETON

ORLANDO APPLIANCE CO.. 210 I time and effort. The followingtrademarks lned with Avenae. Orlando. Our telephone Winter Park 200. McGraw Fuel 01. Trail Beautiful live oak cr.ulatle t.. real buy GROVELAND Lake Front lot. beautiful AVE .llOlW-W. offer

Orange Avenue. Phone 4537 | to choose from-Westinghouse men ..ue. Stores C 25 E number is 9558. Service. .t S9.5OO S Casselberry I I citrus. 3 bedroom practically for sale one of the finest buii
NEW COMPLETELY furnished apt
Nor Admiral. Electro- Pine Phone 2-3163. Aluminum stock : Broker Park home homes in Orlando Second floor S
Unl.nal VENETIAN BLINDS- : 22fl1.COMMERCIAL j i new Cannot be duplicated in
For sale. it
FIREWOOD Get
and bath 2
4 very
Master W.lte J. Wilcox lL- blinds. 27" through 36" widths. 37c .bIl. rooms bdroms. 1 Orlando for less than $16.000. Or.'T bedrooms glasced-in sleeping porch
ane 1936. 61 I NS.lunlud.lbsr It lasts. For particulars and prices d."rblo: excellent .. lo."on. D1TRIC-Fr.me duI 2 baths First
Service since ft at factory. Orlando Vene- I 10500. Immediate Call floor large reception
ASBESTOS SIDING S.les E cap. per sq 6947.WoDLnc. I adults June 1st S3OO Ph 5J43.I plex.: 3 ,, occupancy.
roofing. Imitation SHNGLRl. Robinson Ave. 'I E Im. Phone 2-3163. han Blind Mfl. Co.. 1739 Kuhl Ave.; c.1 I Water heaters. Well. rnt.d. buy I owner Orlando 2-O602. t' room dining room, breakfast room,
G music room. lounge, kitchen.
Nebraska. Chippendale mahogany 8059VENETIAN slab. $2 a load. 12" I at S55OO. Howard. Broker I HOLDEN HEIGHTS little Urge
your m.teral at Mill A* OLD FURNITURE 46. Houses for Kent 30 N -Lovely new pantry, 'i bath
EGO BEATERS New one hand dining room suite: table .o. S2.50 a st.nd. delivered. I Main; 7325. modern bungalow. Concrete Furnace In basement

AMUNmO-IO'. discount shells.on Herman's 12 I method egg beaters. Also 102 other W !I 45x54" with 4 additional extensions I 1.5.. . 116 T.It. BUTLER DR off Kuhl 1 block East. 1 I block. 5 rooms near lake nice location ment 3-car above.garage An with outstanding furnished property apart

type Bumby Hardware. large sideboard: China cabinet: serving BLINDS furnished $520O. Corner 24th
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house. PARK
Loan Office. 27 W. Church modern 4 room CLLEGE -This new 5-room located on 23 lots. S40.OOO liberal
Street. I I Church St. I IERIC table and 8 Chippendale chairs: I WOOD-Stove and ireplace. S5 .D i .ccommo.le 3 .dul.. H Krum.o.DUPLEX ..ment block bungalow with largescreened and Rio Grande Owner. E Clark i terms or will sell part Including home
BETEI excellent dition. Ph. 328 White. Any size. Three day delivery. Made up; strands special price. Cash breezeway and attached HARRISON ST-Neiir stores schools and
garage apartment for
WATER 2 large 25ft. $29.500 on
on
AUTOMATIC I.k. I
REFRIGERATOR -Good L. burl. Fla.OUBARD _ _ _ at'C.'RE. carry. 1401 W. Washington. Ph. 7267. bdroms. garage located on and bus Charming 3-bedroom I
com easy terms. Call H. F Boland. Real
None and MerUsnd. Drive. : room lot
: Wardrobe electrls 1802 King Fruit Co. lvll .Icctrc kI.h.n.
trun. MOTORS Neptune. Sp- Ede.ate util- can b had completely furnished Dutch Colonial of cypress construction. tor. Carrigan Bldg.. 672 N. Orange
4 .10D top electric. 30 and 35 I, .e.lnl machine: pn. H-n p. $49 95 P. 2-455. WoDk and pine any length Itles $15O month. Ph 9931. ,,11.50. good terms. Owner leaving Located on a ICOnlSO ft. lot 2-4551.
gaL Installation. FURNITURE SPECIALS Ga and 1'9 95. 3'i-hp.. S109 95. 2 demonstrators strand delivered Ph. will vacate at clo of deal Sun room. I5o baths. lean garace -
Imeat R.aon I > Wyekoffs wo. 1 FURNISHED complete Ask for Ralph B. Price of $13.5OO
able I wood heaters junior dining roomsuites. i at j list price. _ 1om.-for- with Robt. is reasonable wits
.terl Keiser Vogue Theater 6 Chippendale mahogany dining I Hdw.. 2524 Kuhl._ _ _ VENETIAN BLINDS manufactured at 214.AWELHEATD home gives- you 1 with maid Kitchen L Pryde. Realtor. 668 N. Orange; terms available Allen Johnson. Real- PRINCETON bedroom SCHOOL SECTION 2
block
dinette bath porch i concrete bungalow
I room chairs maple dropleaf tableand Brother. 1739 Kuhl Ave. See us about Best- b.drom. slepll 2-4596. I tor. 140 N Orange; 8612. 'Specialj-
Colonlaltown 5136. Berry's
block ; PAfNFHOUSEI contented
warm bed. with new. Available for veteran who
I with double room can
Jenkins Alum. basswood cedar blinds. Factory Ivin" I log in Homes
if or
ANTIQUES--China. art goods .U.e. server Tem. desird.229 Boone I I plus good workmanship assures you or Installed. Call 8059. Orlando feeling. Orlando Fuel Oil Co Inc Hollywood bed. *50 per week. Rock qualify for $8.000 GI Loan Call W
Furniture Excb.ne. an economical and durable paint job price Ph. 5118 I j HOLDEN HEIGHTS-5New masonry 3- B.
A modern furniture. Private sale I Venetian Blind Mfg. Co. or 2-140. Lake Cottages phone 5835. Bridges with Startle Williams
Terrific Or- 2-3795. | whether you use the three-coat or bedroom bungalow large living Realtor 21 W. Washington St Phone

lando'a.ucUOD largest bar&.ln.firming : FRUIT JUICERS-"Dazey." ""Wear-I the two-coat system. The price Is WASHING MAcEThr wringer: 37. Fertilizers and Soils LAKE IESSUP-otue. furnishedJanuary CLOSE IN-Jast listed. .blocks east < room. Venetian blinds modern kitchen 5106.

Auction coletloD Ev.I'and otherS. Several .tle at I II in line with other quality paints.Bumby I super equipped i I to . Sll .eel See of post office. 2-sto. home. 5 with electric stove and electric water

733 W. 5.le. Net; 2-156..ucton J.D 8u1 I popular prices. Bumby Hardware. Hardware. 102 W. Church.- I"I famous Thor triple-duty electric COW In your garden Owner. 616 N. Garland.- bedrooms. 2 baths furnace heater. Unfurnished Also 3-room PRINCETON SCHOOL-College Park

I i 102_W_Church St._ _ _ _ I II II PIA finest. The Mason rinse; 9 lb. capacity high speed nonclogging SMOKEUs.t. sod pestcontrol. WINTPA"Kon beautiful Lake heat plus garareapar tment In rear garage apartment unfurnished rents -Move in. no delay. Frame 3
ANTIQUES Visit unusual
our "Oslethe Iro.tb I
sOD mahogI ,. 136 Magnolla. motor driven pump: runsI Maitland. Furnished house for season Priced below $15.000. believe It or $45 month. Two large lots with fruit
where an ever changing stock t-I i FURNITURE New excellent & B.le I I only when rquIrd. Price S129 50 Lst.n to bro.ec.st. seer 2 2 baths adults preterred. About Vi .uh. Exclusive nt shade and vegetable garden. Half sleeping rooms living and dining
I I Phone 3-3881. 608 bdroom. rooms, fireplace. Paved street Show
vites daily Inspection for the any. Telepbone209 '
and Sales WHo morDc. I I
Walter J Wilcox. S Mrs M.the.s with J. Kolar Realtor block to bus. S8OOO with 2OOO rash
tor. Jere Beer,. Jeweller. Magruder i FURNITURE Rugs bedding and PIPE and fittings black and galvanized. since 1936. 61 E Robinson across Dr. &31.DAIRYFETLER_ _ _ .I.rkson. 2-4551. re.lrd. C.i 2-4388 or D.nel I or less for more cash Immediate :I anytime. S75OO. owner says sell get

Ircade.LWNINGS.. _ _ _ _ _ I odd pieces term or 2O* oft for Al valves. Florid Pp& from WANTED 81. I possession Johnston Henry Broker. offer. O. C. Stewart Realtor 9788
Slaughter Furniture Co.. 48 Supply 30 W. Church: quantities DREAl-COiAE2 rms.-fur- I or 8033.
CANOPIES RoU curtain c..h 618.i I insulation. 6 W. Church St 6545.

*. Venetian blinds made to or- Wes Central. Phone '69 or 2-4142 1!i PUMPS-Centrifugal for grove I 4 EoI. prof WrIte or phone Je Austin. Snt- phone 7868.MODERN pts. Tee PAR AVE.. 114 E -6 room furnished
der. Colonial AwningCo. .. imps Pip .sbsto nel . COLONIAL GARDENS this beautiful bungalow, completely redecorated,
Fe e.Umat FUR COATS-Entire stock will b i iI i i and farm ., at Mills fc -
Hlclt A.. Phone 2-61. I sold at 33 1/3* d T Supply Co.. 630 W. Church: 6118 FILL and good rich top soil. For full 3 bedroom house, season section of modern homes we HARDING AVE.. 433 E.-Off Delaney. garage 75x172. many citrus. $12.SOO,
a
I :&Ua WATER only. 429 Key Eustis. Florida of.1 a 5-room bungalow that terms.
1 Pur- TANK2uio'hen dial A.
Real delivery
and quick .
APARTMENT OA KITCHEN-Complete coats must so. : I I PYREX-oW AEFreo.m..rl steel. j I measure Phone 177 I in '41. screened porch attached i Owner leaving town after 10 years

with gas refrigerator ''cl's 315 W. Church- St._ _ I II cluding able: also 8 inch turbIne and high 2-4053. garage large lot. occupancy 3 large bedrooms, cedar PRINCETON SCHOOL SECTION--

range link and cabine. Ideal for I I.mr I FIREPLACE SETS All brass ham Open stock or in gift boxes BumbyHardware. lift pumps complete. Suitable for FILL DIRT and clay. One or more furnWcd homeuntI Allen I.nd..pe 140 195. closets hardwood floors, fireplace | Famished 2 bedroom bungalow Ca-

. apartment. only aY.I-I brass and bronze. S our I Ine. 102 W. Church St. private or public use. All practical-I I loads full measure. C.l 6464 days.9841nights. May 1. $ .tm { ange:_.ohnsn.. R..lor. in Homeg." screened porch. 8 fruit trees. You ;, thecral type living room with fire

. Modern Appliances. Inc. meree.tok. Also Just sip PLUMBING-SUPPLIES-Toilets, lavatories ly new. Thos. F. Kenney. Ph. 6723. Sat. or un ; 1400'F. Ave.. COLONIAL can afford to buy this. Inside keen place. 2 bath (1 tile) electric kitchen,
Cloud. GARDENS attached shade and fruit
N. Orange.ARMY8URPLUSNew. bv appointment only. Exclusive, call garage
ment of gas room heaters. soil until Sunday Cocoa Beach F.5Ro Atr..tv
tubs sinks write T good top ; modern 2
I sbo.ers P-souv.r .oi 17. $7850. $285O cash. Call Mr. Walker
Furnished bdrom. fum1hed Hastings. Realtors. 62Va E. Central
BUNGALOW
St. |
102 W. Church -
shipment of Hardware I
pipe terra cotta pipe l.l..n1d tl.r.at.r. and cl., Seasonal rental. ".10. .. I..n. trees. Arcade); 4237. i with King Real Estate 30 S Church
desk shoe*, clothing bl.nkets FISHING TACKLE Headquarters"Shakespeare" I, pipe and :ttnl. Call ns your WASHING MACHIE---no phone 5838.FREETP. _ _ EI.trlc kt.h.n. owner says get offer." I have key. | 8435.
rajiio part and many othe lemL and "Ptlueger" reels; plumbing D.ed.. We have in stock wringer I' for Apply Winter Park22821.COETAGES Don Dudley Realtor. 2-4745. 1 --
C. & 8. Army-Navy Surplus 44 1 "Heddon Pal" rods. anything In the plumbing line Co E. Pine. Phone 2-3163. SOn your 2 furDah.d. SUBURBAN-New 2 bedroom masonry

_ _ _ 'Tu-Tempr linen lines. Herman' Scruggs Bro. Supply Co.. 107 W. |I 60 Wet Avnu I adults only. no rom.pets. $35 month. CLOSE IN-BeautIful lakeview home; LAKE FRONT-On Bear Lake. 4- bungalow bath and carport.
i Nlon .lk. .5R HEATERS-electric. to 12 rooms: 2 sun pl.be 2 baths: bedroom house. Beautiful sand Paved street city water and bus No
AUTOMATIC ROOM HEATERS OIL Church. Pine: 3-2203. 6001 Old Apopka Rd.
I Loanqfflce.27W: .1; round. 40 &.1. table topWestnebous. 28. Plants, Flowers and Seeds I by owner. 610 beach. Lot 1OOX2OO Owner transferred. city taxes. Price S6.8OO Rex-MrGtl
$27 n to 199.5. Wckof'. Hdw.. I FRUIT JUICERS t $14 50. city and bottle. "
Gas.
1928 N. Orange Phone
Realtors
COLLEGE PARK-10"13 W. Harvard. Must sell $10.500. terms Clyde
2524 Kuhl.ADDING I : SYSTEMS 47. Rooms for
I Also hand juicers from and up. WATER J. Wilcox. ServIce Kent
l5 PU.WE.S g.1 Walter AZALEAS-Blooming size. 5 for SI I Furnished. 3 bedrooms living room. McKenzIe Broker. 104 W. Central. 4147.
$165. Knox Co.. 2 E. Phone i down p.ym.nt 36I and Since 1936. Mot Oaks Nursery. Mt. Vernon off
I Store : "Te dining 2-4775
kitchen
MCEetrc room tile
bath oakfloors SOUTHEAST SECTION-WeU designed
ness 39 Ave. 2-3163. I months to pay. Wiiam ,. 59 for Your Money Always. Rob- Bumb between E. Colonial and ANDERSON ST.. 318-2 rooms and attached
N. Garland 6332. sleeping porch well furnished mnerspring ga."p. $4500 cash. LAKEFRONT-Close In. Large lot. durably built are these new
;
Immediate Florida Busi- 1 .
deUnr. I FLOOR POLISH Johnson electric I in'n.I RobIson.AZ mattress heater. ills Mattie balance $50 month. Drive by and I riparian rights. Lovely concrete 2 and 3 bedroom homes, hardwood

Phone 5454. 101 polisher 144.5. Knox Store I I WASHING MACHINE 2 burner hotPlate ipotedolnCOr..eL Bandy. i then call us for the keys. Exclusive brick 2 bedroom home. Extra large floors central heating. Immediate-
ARMY GOODS SALK Wool blankets .. E. Pine. 2-3163. Call Nunez I
electric broiler. 801 W. B.rI I i with H. F. Boland. Real- screen porch overlooking lake. Hardwood I possession. $8500 easily financed.
white and khaki; folding \; nb I screen I vard 2-2221. BRADWA'Y,--Single. Bright tor. Carngan Bldg. 672 N. Orange; floors full tiled bath. Fuel I "Speak to Spiegel" Whitney Spiegel

ardine flying anita; new wool pant i lEW-nNCrenwir & PWE tIM Diesel. Chry WATER Bus Convenient to :-551 oil floor furnace attached Realty Co Realtor 706 Metcalf
I M BLOOMING violets garage
1 and Wisconsin CDITNER AreO bath.
mountain PL'TPlmross. Hot water. Reasonable
1..y dune.re.: tnt tarpaulins i I Nebraska. C.lmer. 1 to 150 HP. p.ni.s. .. CONCORD SCHOOL SECTION-New with built in laundry trays. This Bldg 23269.SOUTHEAST. -
pinstta.
: navy ralnco.t: pil FURNITURE-Walnut dresser triple Farm Service& and Home pat.Machinery Co.. 430 WRobinson. met clears rusty water. For detail Peggy Jo's Gaden. 219 Orange. CASSELBERRY.Aul.a Lodge American 1 frame; 5 rooms tile bath. gas home is new and equipped with Venetian SECTION-New 3 bed

10.dred; emfor; at low pant. BUD Mor- mirror and bench; also maplei < see Cohoon Machinery Co 138 W.ISuth Pb_2-1727. I Plan Hotel. riding horses fishing i kitchen. High .b.de lot. Brick blinds, electric water heater. room home, fire place front and

gan'Salvage8tore, 46 pri.. St i dresser and bed mahogany t.bl. __ __ CAMELLIAS-Florida grown standard huntnl. in ..son Winter street. 1950. O.n.r will make Beat this value. $14.700. Phone A. T.I I rear porches electric hot water heater
chairs and other Items; we buy and SYSTEMS-Complete stock and rare will sell Pak i I terms e. Dunn Broker; 6 I "Buster" Carter. 3-1622. Jamerson wired for electric stove large corner

AIRPLANEMODELS-Complete: stork mU: 05mw cv Exchange. 1245 OrangeAve I for farm or home. F.rm' Home you 1 or 100 at wholesale.aletle prices; 10 CHURCH ST.. 230 East-Large bd- N. Brown- 2-1269. and Carter. Realtors. 12 8. Plain lot. Price $6250. Cash to handle

mod.1 and accessories.. HO-O Model Rail Winter_P.rl _ _ M.chlner Co 430 W. Ave. only: Fulton's Nursery. amajo.CAMELLJAS I roomsuitable_ _fortwopeople.COLONIALTOWNNice, ._ __ CITY LIMITS (Just out)-Completely $2250. Balance $50 month See

rad.*. bat. racing car Orange. 6668.up- : FURNITURE CSEUS Wardrobes PUMPS-AH type of Deming .al.1 WELLS PUMPS. Water-Systems e., -Bclgian azaleas. Shrubs ingle. room. fumlbed modern 5 room bungalow. LAKE FRONT One of CopefandPark' Craig with Hampton. Broker. S31 NI 4

s21"N. metal .. Singer I heat hot Close nice neighborhood. fine homes. Modern 2-story I Orange. 5013. .
systems for farm and No Complete Easy Pipe to beautify your home. .te. to every- At..bed .arag.
AIR CMPROaIn stock fo:1 sewing machines floor lamps.b.l down payment. 36 month hoe.p.,. Expert & Supply Co. f30 p..m.nt.. Chu Pa.6118 Nurseries. E. Mussl.ht I thing Ph._32647.COLONIAL .ith only $1500 down. Ca home with 4 bedrooms and den. 2H 1 SUBURBAN-Story and a barf house

Pipe Whttmire Home Machinery 1 prnceton. 11 Mowrey with King Real | baths, large tiled screened porch. 2- i on big shady corner lot, substantlally
Farm
Frmtur. 30 DR 1601 E.-Large attractive
WATER HEATERS We have Just
Supply Co.. 630 W. Church. Ph. 6118. snlce. & petunias. I E car Well furnished. Built In
I GlATPANSY-RUle Church: 8435 I garage built and well kept. 2-car gar-
NEW AND Co.. W. I rooms twin and doublebeds
USEDUse received large shipment of table-
I FRNITRE. RbinsonPVMP8b.low .Is. lIe
1939. Nicely landscaped lot. S28.00O. I furnished,
AIRPLANE and supplies ofall fruit partly
MODEL furnace heat Parking bus. Near COLLEGE PARK New 2-bedroom aze. plenty
I "Porence" .to.e. I top. glass heed water Also Turn north at E. Colonialon I ,
kinds. Hobby Shop. h..ler. per eOx terms. W. B. Nicholson. Realtor 14 water on bus line. $8500 Sam-
I city
1 Quick ; usd sofas and living upright heaters UP to 80 gallons. Creek to Canton St. east 2blocks. i I resturants.theater._ ___ frame house. S5OO down to a G 1. S. Main 21619.t.AKEVIEWSouth.
217 N. Main St.. opposite Post Of- I : 1 Francisco. Realtor. Rm. 4, CenI -
1 I room suites. See them and buy them; weU plunger type Bumby Hardware. 102 W. Church St. 1912. I CHURCH ST 431 E.-sman bedroom I Hardwood floors tile bath a real buy. rue
flre. ]
phone 1 H.rpr' Nursry. I tralArcde. 7407.
_801.BOKKEEPIGI dinette suites stock buffets.tables. I Can be _
new ; open Also deep well Jets. MOVIES for the home. News I | next bath. Close downtown. seen anytime. Larry Powell.Broker. .
you are In busl- chairs in maple or white. New Bumby Hardware. 102 W. Church St travel pa.de. ORANGE. Grapefruit. Lemon. Lime.tangelo. Good section Only $4 weekly. 118 E. Yale: 2-2602 of town in Pine 1 SUNSHINE GARDENS choice lot.
and keep your Scatter 27x48", choice of .d..nture. coml.s. B..t"ad' kumauat. primmons I Castle section we have a good value 5 room house Electric light city
own record yon will aonreclate the colors. $1 .re.they last. 7lor POP CORN "POPPERS Long handle.metal . Camera Shop. 1039 N. pear. fig. pecan trees grapes CLOSE IN-Large s piD room twin j I CSWA LKENeabYN.al, new. in a two bedroom frame house complete water. Telephone available On mail

"Simplified Bkkepr" Bishop Office lamps with 19-inch ... rim pop corn poppers. BumtayHardware. .ne. C.I 2-1515. trees, shrubbery. Mills to Nebraska beds: connecting ; gentlemai 2 large comPlete with breezeway and garage atI R F D school bus close. $4500. E.
Equip Ave. 1 plastic shade. FurcelTs 301 W. 102 W. Church St. then 1 mile east to_ Pools Nursery. I only. 120 McKee St. screened s.prri.3 lots. I $9250 OO Call O Harra-Moore Real
24 Oae I I I fruit clove to bus.: Hogan. _ _ _ _ _ _
: Church St.FURNITUREJust. and shallow PEAT=Top soil and fill dirt. White CLOSE Room with tors. 2-2380. 109 E Pine.
BABY-BAT TB-Heavy white I PUMPS.eletlc.dip II V-201-BIUC..t. church. $6000 GI can set SUBURBAN-New frame 4 rooms and
.n.m.le. $2 95. Knox : arrived linoleum .eI p.'men. nothing down 1 beach sand. Delivered H A. Bray. m..ls. loan. Loren Dunn. Broker. Ph. 140 LAKE SILVER-3 bedrooms. 2 baths i bath porte-cochere. Move in today,

.. :_25_E. Pine.. Phone 2-316.I all sizes and patterns. Also love- little as per month. Bet,. FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Lkb.r. Fla.. phone County. GUNBY AVE. 411-Close in: clean COLONIALTOWN- 2bedrbun".lo. 2-car garage: completely furnished: only $395O. King Real Estate, 30 E
I seat sofa beds. Nationally adverticedSpringAir many. Wel Dnln.-Pmp I fireplace. Kittinger Realty 2-2852 or 8435.BUBURBAN8.
Church.
BARN ( Working people Reasonable I
PAIN RED-DuPontTirt box and mat- Winter east of I I Built-in tubs; used leg tubs: com- I preerrd convenient to school. 2-O074.
Is !'I .prne. Orlo Vista Orlando; phone 7087. modes; new and used drainboard rates. Furnished. $6950. Mrs. Gaffe. Hinton. rooms 2-tory duplex,
quality paint which will easily take tresses. Moore Furniture C. 2:0 sinks china and cast iron lavatories; '' 39. Livestock and Supple HARWOD AYE.. 1501 Desirable Realtor. 150 E Robinson; 7632. LAKE IVANHOE SECTION-3-bed 2 bathe. 2 porches completely fur

two quarts of linseed 01 to the gallon < Edse..ter Dr. PUMPS. WATER SYSTEMS. $89 UP. washing machines; apartment and I preferred. Phone room bungalow completely fumtsh- nished: 5 acres. 40 fruit tree 5OO ft

Excellent for rofs Bumby "LR-VEROoDowU50c'! W. A. Jory and Company 415 WRobinson standard size stoves: cabinet sinks. HAY-Pa. Timothy. Sl.SO per bale 6515 ed. with kitchen utilities on a large highway lake frontage. Price $7.500

Hardware, .02 W. Cbur Ave. Phone 8712 and 9609It All complete line of fittings. $40 per ton. Paris Ranch Peel I I CWlrIALTOWN-Ne.very attrac i lot 260 x ISO with 56 large bearing E. S. Burnett Broker. 37 S. Main
'Ie.ft 98e yard. broadfclt. At Gllddens Pays to see us first. Ave Conway Ph 2-2324. tn Quick action citrus trees. Paved street circulating 2-3063.
BOATS Row $80 and up. Correct S. American Plumblnl Supply and App MAGNOLIA AVE.. 644-Exclusive.j approximately down I
Inc Pin C.t.. Porda. FRUIT SHIPPING BASKETS-Bushel POSTS. fence cypress: 7 ft. 2 to pliance W. w.shinltn WILL PA-highestPrlce. for cattle. I make you proud 120 Call W. ,1. I 1 heater attic fan. ideal location and SUBURBAN-Close in. 5-room bun-
and bushel size*. See at the 3-inch butt. $15 hundred. 4 to 5- -2J I hogs 6 pjn. o.ner. our best buy at $14.8OO with liberal 1 2 nice land for gar1 -
Williams galow. acres
2-246 _ _ _ _i t with J. Daniel Kolar. 206
h.1 j ST 416 In neat
Inch butt. $25 hundred. CaD WinterPark. I Dial 116. ask for 1909-J-2. OSCEOLA S. Close ; terms. Exclusive with C. P. Shum-
Feed 300 West Telephone S. : .81LCPELN 1 dening and trucking. $3.000 easy
boys. 24": 1 girls 26"I Robinon M.l .
BICYCSl I 598. Co. I I room for busIness man Kitchen way. Realtor. 140 N. Orange: 2-3282. Dorsey. .
reasonably priced. 224 5663. Lttetre WANTED TO BUY-Livestock. Beef. : terms. Mrs. Keller with A. T -
privileges garage. Ph. 2-7634
E.! Copeland phone 8081. | RUNNER-Like rubber. Tic PAINS: of all type Outside ..te- veal and hog. Best price paid. Call : 4412.

Maple F ft. Smyth Co.. N. Orange rofm. paints. Special y.nb WHIZZER ITEMS Air filter 2-4838 ST. JAME HOTELouth and Rosa LAKEFRONT home ef permanence
LAKE Near.
BEDROOM GI New
twin Lumbr ex-
St ; & acid alcohol and beat resisting Double and pride No other home
and . .s. $1.75. $1.25. chrome rearview lnd. SUBURBAN-New 2-bedroom bunga
hogan block home. large
cabinets 3 '
lug room suites daveno: The Oppor-: New and used7 PayFURNACE Mills a Nebraska.- _ _ _ _ mirror $2 50. twist-grip control 40. Pet Stock and Supple $ ,-up. Phone 9253. I bdroms cusl" .ement 2 tile baths large living In Orlando district compares. Finest low. Generous size roomc through
FR NrRE- PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENT Forhomes $3 95. speedometers $4 75 and Bendix YALE AVE 1432 W. Clean, beautifully lifetime construction and appolnt-. out. Heatrola rock fireplace breezeway
tunlty Shop next Maitland post 10 to 25 per cent r ultramodern
t schools and parks. Place generator sets complete with DOG at Acre double- twin I : : 'hea' | ments Two large bedrooms paneled large attached garage, ut.ilt
Furniture Co.. .t BOA YOU Cci.U furnlb.d rom. h pantry i
_ _"_ _ _ on 'OUI. Church purchase.St.Bas Phone 5820. Christmas orders now. On displayat beam bedl1hs $15 95 Whlzzer I Lnl"o. F. home beds. innerspring. continuous hot abundance ;closets throughout I 1 den with fireplace. 2 baths. On large room equipped aluminum window

Bt.ANXETS-Monarrh. an wool. Southern Metal Fabricating Pine tor S.le. 62 Orange Ave. Phone I away from Dalmaton at stun.I water Near bus. Ph 6044. hardwood floors plastered walls lifetime lake Fishing boating bathing Shown screen and blinds ventilator fan, asbestos -
Regular closing out at Oil burning. Thermo-I 5914. I by appointment. Rob S. Huey with
Call
112.S. Castle. 100x135
I I = roof fruit trees lot
$7 95. colors full size. I IPurceU' DOGS CA BARE Special YMCA Attractive rooms for young roof central heat and ventilation 13 W. Washington
controlled. Forced Robert R. Tire, Realtor.
Cboie. W. Church St. .tatcaUy t Complete unit.arm'and POULTRY WIRE- 4 ft.. $5.75; 5 ft.. :;I WATER R E ATERSt ".. M. auto- care for SpanI I men. Single or double. $6 and up. rear cement patio partitionedgarage 6174. Owner leaving Priced to sell quickly
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Call and i $6.75: 6 ft. $8 roll. Smith Lumber I' matic. 20 or 30-gaL Electric 3O- I I I lei at stud: 21 8. Buimby2-3757.;_ has laundry and toilet. This 1 for $9250 $37OO mortgage 36 me
In 116
ducts. operation Cal 806.ROMSWIth_ 1
BEDROOM SUITE-l-piece blond now. Thomas. Broker 'or
ma- Kathryn
Co.. N. Orange and gal. Table top. lla.I.. 110 to 220I home can be purchased completely Call
pie double bed. Innerspring mattress j ask for 1911 M 1. _ _ j rIro.e.-u- I I I volt Wyekoffs .. Kuhl ,I MACKOSS-Dogs boarded. Registered or without private furnished at only $25.00O with terms. LAKE KILLARNEY SECTION-You appointment. Pa. 4672. 230 E Con
and 627 K. Concord. 25* REF -Crosley 6 cocker pup. canaries goldfish aquar- $20 per week. Hotel will appreciate the roominess in cord.
I W. A. Williams with J.
.prnas FPUC-FNI5HNGS unit excellent See WEHAy'E-1stal.d a- floor furnace lam Ph.2-2246. 130 S. Court St. C.1 D.me
Apt 1BEDROOM brass condton plant. paakeet. this charming 2-bedroom home.
< Oran". new
__________ at 630 W. Princeton. b.v '. 'I Kola. 206 S. Main; '81.
Living room andirons fire sets screens etc. Knox I, _ heaters for sale at Cirul.tnl SU HOUND PUPPIEFourmonth, PARRAMORE ST 504' N -Largesleepsng Hardwood floors. large breezeway. SOUTHEAST Lovely 3 bedroom
SU Store Co 25 E. Pine.Phone 2-3163. RTAURATQUM'2 ec- reeuced prs. I I old. Cheap. ; single or doubl. 00 garage. 100 ft corner lot. Paved
kitchen entirely BxI frame 2 baths wen furnished,
.ults ch.l. one new. one rom COLLEGE PARK ;
cab SECTION Comfortable
I sfa. 1329 19th St ASWEEIUNZ-N". I I..u. Unvrsa i i 808 V.s.!. .1.htb ..d,I 1357. Banford. Florida. I bus lne._ frame 3-bedroom home- with- street. 1 block to bus. May be bad Venetian blind oil heat. Citrus

Also I frigerator dishwasher. 20 el ft with glass Ie! NEW ALL _STEEL FARM Trailers-I i!I TROPICAL FISH-Dec r: PLEASANT Suburban single and dou- one room and 'j bath UPSt.lr. Very I I on easy terms. I $11,000. term Weir System 628 X-

BLANKETS el.tr.Wlt exclusive 1 and 2-burne lanterns. Knox Stores filler. 9 cu. .te ft. commercial freezer. i 1 low priced: immediate delivery: rapacity I I just In. Water testing kits :t. ble rooms. Lake privileges. Call good roof hardwood floors. 2-car garage. -I! Dubsdread Section-North A new. j Pine; 4641. -
C Bill. Nebraska.
1226 2-6193
Co..25 E. Phone 2-3163.
Slumber contrL Walter Ple. This equipment may purchased 2 tons. 2-wheel. folding I 2-3115._ 2 lots. Partly furnished. This well built frame home. 2 bedrooms. '
.le.
I w..' ox Service and Sale Since GIFTS FOR TI-BOMElas..Iumln. tOI.tbel or in separate b unt Call permanently attached with .P I j I TPICAL-AND Gold fish Aquariums ROMS AND APTS.-Palm Park HoI will sell fast at 18.25. Geo. H. (95OO. small down payment. May be WINTER PARK-Lakeview. 3 spaci-

193 "The Most for You Money i .. N. Orange Ave. s this box dimensions S'xl2'xl6" with i 1 nfl' r pumps An- I t.. Fla. Rates from $12I Klttredge Realtors. purchased furnuhed. i oils bedrooms. 3 full baths Large
A.as 61 E Robinson. I[ Fair Store. 10 W. Church St. equipment. Modern Appl.nc.s t Inc. sides down platform 7'8"xl4'8". fish. 3 for $2 50. N a.r t . I to $18 weekly accommodating 2 to 3 CLOSE TO LAKE EOLA-Apt. house. ; living and dining room Bu'! r'*
height of platform 1'7" ideal for Catfish *1. Harry Coster. Karolina St.-Winter Park. Our special and kitchen. An egce..enl
GOLF CUB N. of ROOF COATTWO.-.Protect roof : I I persons per room. furnished. 3 units newly pantry
BEDROOM SUITES-(2> chairs: rugs; I I Baraxen' and for the wins r. $2.50 for ou m '; citrus crops. Miller Farm T.Uers 1 wood Dr.. Winter Park. SOUTH S.. 712-E.-2 nicely furnished and painted. Lower 6 roms.decortee bd- this week. Of our many listings i home for Florida' comfortable living.

couch electric stove; Frigidaire. I I with bag. Excellent Chrt-! ca At Ollddena. k&I 1835 K St.. N W., i WIRE-HAIRED TERIE bedrooms: tile bath; continuous hot I rooms can rent 1 or 2 bedrooms we consider this one of the very Immediate occupancy. About -j cash
614 Do- Circle .os : : month|I best buys. New 2-bedroom frame: H C. Babcock Jr with Rob"R
take 11ft Bell wholesale. Pbon 98J _ _ i old Female. I .t.r. adult only extra income. Upper 2 apts 2-car ,
ROLLER SKATES Sturdy ban -
I 1 S.GLP b.rIn. C.LRGE galvanized I Information. garage fruit. See this for close-in I hardwood floors attached garage Tyre. Realtor 13 W. Washington
BOAr Otb.re type' a_ conditionI or ater _ _ i *. rust proof finish. QUANTITY 4" i and stores Only $7500. $2500
12.95 woD-PRKNIurnlh.d near bus 6174.
510 3" ycanalways and have
rent
stel wheelbarrow 15. 50 matched Stores Co.. 25 E Pine. 2-3163. : galvanised wrought iron pro"n
Msinxv.a StCIRCUlATING CUBomplete woods. pipe extra 2" and down black 1 41. Poultry and I I I your own house terms. Sam I down balance easy terms.
I I : located. Inquire Jade Lantern. 332 160.
Purchased several months New RADIO -PHONoRPHcombln.ton 1 pipe: valves fittings I 25. 6" east Supple I JohnsonJCo.. 208 J3 M.I. : WASHINGTON ST 2O2O E -Beau 1-
HEATR-- ago. A : |INPark. _, _ i Everett W. Wells. Broker: A. W.
Flame" fuel Dupont bag. Very I I Iron B S many other items. GIVE CHICKS for Christ COLLEGE PARK= fully furnished. 5 rooms and ball
Het. re.on.ble. Inspt with each radio combination. Specialat 1 moo F START LARGE FRONT bedroom and J. bathin Thls-l-dr.m Ridge associate. 1204 E. Colonial Come- .of
Ph 6723. After sleeping porch garage
3515 Circle mas. cockerels 6 and I Tile bath tile Lake
r.m. C.I b seen today at 1009 'I.t Dubsr..d 01 Ph Walter J. Service and home 2 blocks I dr.nb.rd i Dr dial 3-1SO2
private close in. ngbfI
Ch h.ter 2-4371. WI.ox' Sunday write Cocoa Beach I wks. old Lake O' the Woods Chick privilege 107x110 .52'osli') Near Has. Priced
B..utlful
CARPET 8wrEPERS"Wagner" GARDEN- __ TRACTOR H Sales since E Robinson. I PRACCALY NEW ie ft "Turner Co '. mi. N of M.lt.nd. Hi-way from downtownPhone 8304 __ I Variety of fruit Unfurnished..orn.r $13 750 LAKE pu ..&RNEYNlre home. 2 I See it today. Fred Carrels. Es.-..ikivs
and I 17-92. 3 employed girli furnished. bedrooms. 2 baths. Dandy beach Broker. 8561 or 4328WINTERPARKLake
PI& plant Rol-YOR Roper Realty.
with and
BiSKelT rarpet $7 45 and I er Jr" less equipment: RDiPHONORPBBeauUul mi tmpl.te power o4 15.55.
lip Knix Stores .epr.. Pine.Ph'ni 1 H Jr." with &. edger. Eli 468-R Winter Park. I' TURKEYS-All sizes. Fresh dressea eab. 8853 for information Church and and dock-large lot $10.5OO anfur- Knowles *ec-
kPI.nte 1
E ut..tor 2 short wave bands priced right for nlshed. Furniture available. Nice bay! ,
studio come
NE"W i lIon Cozy furnished
1 3163 parts: 6l Inch plo. st FIELD juice fruit loader with oven ready. Wilder-Densmore Turkey _
quick : Box 354 S Star. CLGE"ARKNp2bdrom Plttman with Stimpaon- ,
e. Call Audry fireplace
with
Ph. CORNER heated living room
Buffet Boehnf"stern" discs. Bumby H.r.ar.. 102 W. 1 Briggs-Stratton motor Grand Is- R.nch 6913. Intrl.k.n Rd. ROOM overlooking large
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RIE Church St. Mc- I I lake Telephone for information. 15 Staton. Realtors. Metcalf BWg.. beamed ceiling. 2 bedrooms al. electric -
h ROKLf'FI.I.F.nk land Fruit Co.. Inc Umatllla. Fla.BERRYS I j 2-0 Hardwood a real buy.
E. F. Bohlmann. Z201Conwal for. ti. b.th
I Phone 5159 Pri-e $a aO
I R 45. Apartments for Rent Can be Powell _ _ _ kitchen paved street.
Rd ; I
&rs.s-circulating oil. Florence. next t the last house on I.f-h.nt plus good BROT" House Paint I I I I Broker. 118 E. Yale: -Lar. LAKE FAIRVIEW-A new masonry Sammie Francisco. Realtor. Rim 4,

ASH REIST- I".d .te The exclusive side I workmanship .sures you APT. Dubsdread 47-1. Rental Agencies = | constructed bungalow of attractive Central Arcade.7407._
burner inCreases
an economics! and paint Job.b.th.r OPPSI Country COLLEGE PARK
hetn. Pt-typ Porcelain lIGOFIRG-45. 55-pound roofing Also you use the three-coat rom: dinette and porch; I of Prlbed5ombunl.low I I design and located on 100 ft. tree WINTER PARK-Lakeview 194(1 lifetime -
New and nbul. Florida Cash RegiaSI.O 10" : or LANDLORDS W. will supply you shaded lot. It has a breezeway. All bedrooms 3 4
finish outside green and red sl.te. 90pound.Sumby the two-coat svstem The is Inline beautifully furnished about (150; h. large living and bungalow. 3
W S : 88SO Pr. desirable tenants free of charge Slepma pr dID tile bath and is in a section of nice Archite" iral.y
easily cl..ne Cant decolor. Hae..re. 102: W. Church S. with . quality ph 32851. I ing New kitchen baths maids room.
ote and obligation. Just phone us your .pplancp, modern homes. Lakeview and lake This
One-half ca.r
novelties Outer quick radiant correct for Fla
BIE don paint Hardware. APARTMENT and washing machine. .
bkc.&l 102 W. -Large room kitcheisette. -' i $ i
heat. Accurate ngn-clogglng burner REFRGERTReoeYhl. ..c.n.y. Gardner R.a Estate A en- AlenI privileges Attached garage A real I' will stand careful comparison Don
Church. .
Ips .o.orklnl laundry. bath Johnson. Realtor. N
Opn dor .toru I Prl..te and en- cy. 409 S. Phone I 14 Or.ne value the of $10 000. McNutt- '
B. Re at Bumby.- I control One piece all welded steel eOI.galore. Crosley-Shelvador puts tr.nc. Rio Grande a' 24tb Orange A.. -2-48. 8612 "Specializing Hom.. at price Dudley Real'or. 2-4745.

CLOTHES HAIPEA.Iuminum body. December special. IS9 50. Walter 28 ft. of front .food at housewIfe 3Artce Want Helhu.BEA Stret.Hold.n WE HAVE RENTA- $3 servicecharge CONWAY newt I HeaMey 5106 Realtors. 15 W. Washington. i 3 ROOM Bungalow. 1 year old j
J. Wilcox. Service A since I Estate. 409 SECON.Atr.ct.
w. E.le fingertips. Helps her prepareeasier. Rea ; lots one corner. $2.2OO Immediate
I' "bj Had..r. 102 W. Church StaciCKi 1936. 61 I Robinson Ave.HEATERSCirculating . faster bre.U.st. lunches and i ., n.T-LK FRONT*: in 2 KI I South_ Orange. t I lot.- breup..y m."r. . garage Cor.rI tile LAKE FRONT-Lake view and other I I occupancy. Montes. Old Apopka sligh-

." dlnn.r. Reu. fumbling ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR-Veter- i electric I.re rom b- floors. .closet equitably mired properties available way. Davidson 8t 2J blocks_tip4ROOMFURNISRED
fo copper
Will
EECIC'.lchron. and in need of refrigerator Will rom. kl.h.n 49. Business sed.r-Im"d -Phone 4196-Guernsey and "
'0,.. ." oil. 3O- allon groping course theCrosleyShelvador if desired 7254.CLOSE Rentals plumbing If sold t 95O. HOME-LarTe
All .,t'rr Johnson Electric Co.. 23 hot ..te heaters baby b.r. is as beautiful I pay cash and arrange delivery. i IN Lake I Sammie Francisco.: Ime..teI. Rm 4. Green. Inc.. Realtors-21 East Central screened porch and bath In near

E Phone5188.COOKING I i Electric (as. oil and wood h..ter. It I practical with graceful moer Ple.s phone 897.FRrEUs Eola. beautiful newefficiency AIR-CONDITIONED retail store locations Central Arcade. 7407. Ave by city. Close to everything. Owner
i I 222W.Centralltdw _Ph. contour. lustrous chrome and apartment. Modern in downtown shopping area. LAKEFRONT-New block home. Both Immediate occupancy Box
UTENSILS.- Pots. pans. I 22Jl.I sarea nd a life time finish of kitchenette: shower tub bath. Completely available for long leases. See f. COLONIALTOW 2-bedroom cotaee.S55. bedrooms will accommodate twin leaving
HFAT'R-Cast 3 stoves. Ice G. I 396 S-8tar _ _ _ _ _
I .n.m.1 "ar at cloveoutWi i irn.oo rom listening snow white deluxe enameL CaU be.s.in" furJ.d. maid service; seasonal Br.s Realty Co 19 E. A.e. $2000 ash. balance beds. Tile bath extra large living-
rei 25 Pine. sote pip. 11. '1 E. m..rn.e. .fore j E furnished complete ROOM HOUSE with income possibilities.
Knl StO C. E a.Uh bee your fr.u"b1 Crosley sen. We r.ntl RobInn 3-rom I0Us. room full size dining room kitchen 5 -
d.al.l. ,
building See
P i< 2.-1.1.OW60Y _ _ _ _ _I A' I Walter J. Wiox. Service and Thurmond Furniture prr., 72 S.el-. CLOSE IN-310 Lake StT Attractive IStJee. ; :: and Jack- !I ; den. Large ample fruit. with dining space and extra cabinets close: convenient city
City I On bus. Realty. Church and I' down
RANCH RtPPIIES.-Tex- gas. electric .1 circulating since_1938 Robinson. St. Dial_4070.Fl'RSJ''E .fhcenc. downstairs Private :: RopI double garage large breezeway with suburban small payment bal-
:lacJ.i-s Kin wuven hair heaters for ., en Man: Clearvlew ance .ce rent owner Morgan 53
01 t.n RED BARN PAlNT-OupotiFufrote accommodates 3CLOSE metal blnd.: tile patti
*a A pa< hai. . rel 'in vi ..rl ', Kiiox Slure Adut sonft) SQ storage WCiiTih i St
j- : is- .- -isueas, bochigh -ulalior Lake viw .'' m all;: rooms HugePcIurc
., : IN-Four ClAY STEPpnrtbi.re
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f V lea foods p s."n. ,
> 'iue'.tjam' wh .as.ljak< Settled aauli-' nU tindim Corner .o< Rlpariar TWO iJ'.r.XES-Fine: apartment.
'N, -na and Aim bt. H Bai, HEATERS El''... jlx .)le $460 .< juai.' 'I inseea t.nil Hc hi jtal a ITSED Ph 2-3808 418 Bro.d.a} X O ill? APhou. '. 2364 n-n Bi--..,e Garagt 14.0 right< in lake But 'm Fine re-idential R> .n per year $2760 Price

C Ran .e.r. and other Purcells, :c Sl.i 15 Wt-kolfl, Hdw 2524 ion .Excellent foi metal roof Bumby Mate JEFFERSON 61 1509 E --Efficienc APPROXIMATELY 40OO iq ft Indus- qua fe )i. ecu $6 50 teru distnc Ex< '.asrve with Wnui S22, .J *l, -9 :ash, balance long

315 W Church & Kuhl H.re.ar W Church St apt Hot water Neat bu line nat cpact suitable tot show room A C Golden Braces 1121 N Orlando Bros. Realtors, 824 N Mills St. term Se >woes B X BeU 2322 X.

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NEW YORK [AP] The Duchess top 10. but disqualified becauseof
of \\indsor [the former professional standing. were s
Wally Simpson of Baltimore received three dress designers and a de
po t-Christmas congratu signer's wife: Mrs Adam Gimbel HER WHITE SAILS GLEAMING in the Winter sunlight, the

lations y entente}. The New York (Sophie. Mrs George Sthleealertmal four-masted 3 200-ton bark Pamir sails up the English Channel -
Dress Institute restored her to [\' Mrs Orson D. Munn en route to London from New Zealand with a of
the top of the annual list of the !Carrie Munn| and Mrs. Gilbert : cargo
Christmas gifts wool and tallow. In full sail
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"10 best-dressed women." Adrian I Janet Gaynor, wife of car-
Others voted among the top 10 the Hollywood designer, Adrian. ries an acre of canvas. She made the 13,000-mile voyage from
authorities the Wellington to London in 79
by fashion in I days.
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Mis.illnni !fairy, Mrs. jear in the lists of the best- -
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liani Khmelander Stewart of time, effort and money to 1 J u. S. Official I 7 E'L F p T A Y L O RA
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Mrs. dates I Pictured U.S. C L E BZ' tiLY C $
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EXPECTED "DOCHClSTMAS MI6TAH PRESi ht/---rOA-FETCItED 'EM 20 Foot (ab.) burden grasses 41 Behold!
>EVE MP OR! SOONER ONLY THE CITIZEN vJHO 210strichlik. 12 Type measure 30 Daze 44 Interest (ab.)
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!'lea or snfurnlshed Indiiferent lAKE Laue o)t close: u. WE HAVE BUYERS wanting aro.e. I MERCURY 194" cedar Vr- .''- SewIng MachIne SAT ni r. PAt.0CQUALITY
HOUSES turn IRON1 ; hi. 4
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pr,"a Undberg c.. Broker ni 911 N. Mula >,- v, 4: 7 .mm.dlatc isle Uet wiSh F CIRCUMSTANCES n: ,.. l' po,- b ir VP >If L ( API____ .":.e .-4I >. __ Operators
Realtor_ 37_W. for you to bUy a "Ol" business I :
2-0818 LAKE FRONTAGE on-Lt Butler In sh-natCn a real sacrifice a little cash and I MOTORCYCLE-Famous lightweight EXPERIENCED
DOUBLE bWELLINO::::Close In. BrIck \Vmdermere One few re FREE APPRASA homeWe sufficient .It work can be v\JsrnV\ I bU'r ." 130 miles per gallon I
free Steady work good par *4av week
esUm.te .
erasing S355 S155
springs
construction lifetime roof. spacious I mali lots on this beautiful chain 1. built into a very profitable business i CARS
roomHardwood floors tile baths. For this and otne c.. charge OD the current market : For full p.rtl"ular see Martle Wil down balance 10 .nt. D. Varner Congenial surroundings

Each apartment completely furnished I Phce 12.5.proprtJ see A T. Datis value of your property No obliica ion. I U.m. Rcal'or 21 W. Washington 01 Inc ._234_W. ._ _ _ __ Bu leairs i :ion Station at '.1 "
Largep 3-lo41 Phone ;81. WI Mathews wIth i 1 A M I'U CADILLAC Baa
cl CoUP
Modern kitchen equipment. Broker. 33 call s ops al .or 6" n.r.tl
Daniel RealtorSUPER 81O.I | MOTORCYCLE-1946 Indian Chief i and
( of round with citrus For a LOTS Dubsdread Ca. I I 6400 actual miles (48S Call WlOter -I'!! SUNNYTOWN aoa lew

real home. Plus Income Investigatethis LOTS-WT:Section-Golf view.I ACTION We .want good I : Garden 321 between 8 m //4 PACKARD 3 H>er Sedan Overdrive

Ea t Church M8..8t.Vergowe Phone Realtor 7M3 29 I Lots are as low as S495 '!i I value listings for quick Real sales Estate.Phoneu I GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY Service and 6pm_ _ _ SEWING PLANTCASSELBERRY r.c and heater

Wint Park-(Lake Knowles-Temple ton. Sobl. SmIt. I I station Tourist Court. Trailer Park VI : NASH 1935 4-door sedan Excellenttransportation FLA. 4 PAC Deluxe Sedar Ul
Section) Lots are as low as 691. I . 2 acres planned shade High and \ for B. 8 I 1. .

iMS LISTINGS .A'T your property dry. 250 ft. frontage 4-lane newhighway Evans phone 4321 08Y I. I II j Special Sedan
HOLIDAY SPECIALSDuplex Lake The price cross State to Tampa 1'4 C OL D'
Font- I, For ntln call 2-O99O CIO -- !
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only of tie lot today Richard Realtor 672 in City New block store build I OLD3MOBILE coupe MOo.pj 1t1
-close in. 2-sktn frame 1.0. T& l"ht. holster and all in PONTIAC Club Rate
I 3 4
mg acresc b Cp.
S.fl 000. terms 114. bai lights and I P Orange j!1 recreation e.l acres in all : I Radio and ".\. Take up S26 per beater. )pn .
room frame dwellinc 2 apart att. lrl. : I :i month with S 5O Joel Ill Res1
3 B< te balance i i WANTED-We 5OO Exclusive Hastings I
for rental Nice location ; I Slf ehp.r 1 "a.. PLYMOUTh Special xr Eeda.a.t. .
m'lta: .small monthly payments.Roland. buyers you have 'ee 62'._E. Central (Arcade_4237I tnurant 2998 4 D.
$22 L'O. terms Carrlcan Inc Owners ''Cal A. T. Carter. J-1622 JamersD PLYMOUTH-'f. 4-doorsedan. ra- STREAMLNEC very claa

Teuri Court location D..eU1Da.hllb..ay : Carrigan.Bldg. 672 N. Orange; an Ce-Ron. 1 S. I I BEST LOCATION in Winter Pak J o. be.le 1. 1.0 EdgewaterDr I 'U CaDILLAC Sedan Very
: and lake frontage. A I apt. house in
f-ela _
I WEDOPtOT tell but unt eODd- low 1 owner car
to
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danar S13.ISO. Terms. I Ph 2.51. proml 2 tile all gas; pr.at. 1.a.
HUCKEL-O'NEAL. REALTORS 118 In Interlaken do promi on any house kikhn. PL\ MOUTH-'41 sedan; delivery : "
LAKEFRONT LOTS : bath New now occupy 1 DAY 41 OLOSMOBILE W It-;, sedan.
E. Robinson, dial 2-353. Unusual City convenience Restricted I. large .mai. or other property : newly furnished large apt Large lot $791 -.- W PrincetonPLYMOU1H1937 I SERVICE KadMb sue clean ai
I list with
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Nydegger In.eI' Co H fairly F Boland rlcd Realtor you Carrigan Bldgfi2 I with good buaines opportunities AiI //1 sa. Mew paint I .

5O6 E Colonial Dr. dial 8. : N 2-4951 I',' Beautiful lrund' nice tenan $;..00'I tire clean .o' 43o3 41 CADILLAC "6 Spec al Sedan
STREAMLINED BLOCK: BUNGALOW i Orange: I rash bal Iterest C.1 266 Cheney Hsshsay. ipstairs in rearPLYMOLTHS I'
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8 rooms. 2 baths 2-car garage ORANGE- AVE lot m Orwm Manor I NORTHERN BUYERS .si nl-for I er ak. for IIment. 1917 d'rdan : '4 CADILLAC "12"cl Evtrr
.taJ laundry and breezeway Larte 110. C R Emenck Ralo.610 small suburban homes: list with ns LfiIc:1IIo -- c.bcop 'I thins Low m'l.a.
I
N. Ave: 7348 1st MORTGAGE on equipment at 5 true ml. :
lot Furnished or unfurnished albr OraD1e Ph I -We will len.1 M D Ba.l.y. Realtor
Cars 904 K. Ave Phone
I : E Church. Phone 4767. liberal discount going businesssecured .. J.
C.
market price. Key in office McKELLAR INC
,3
ow PALM TERRACE-Beautiful building long lease Box 403 S- I 2-4SJ1 _

Ceorcta von Schiller. Realtor 7186XEW I I I tractive site; lake prices view and Carl lake Tender fronts Developer At-!: tl. Bumes. Opportunities Star bJ _ _ d:1LL I111J PEERLESS HOUSETl:!. 2* 9 P.ne Wile! ioa wait

HOUSlTthat can be bought with Filly Carol
1 -. f 234 \V South Street
I 31 N. Orange; 2-0442. I AT BEUFL Cocoa con ;
,-a08 down payment 2 bedrooms AUTO ACCESSORIES SHOP Service l.rh. AI n Ira .' Pa .
stucco and ., Phone 44f 8
living room kitchen and dinette Somesit. s'ationres t aurants. grocery and moder ( >
bath BUIl.DI7tQ LOTS-Select your I J1jf PONtIAC 42. Torpedo 1. DI conk -
furnished duplexes Each duplex -
contains
Extra 12x33 ft buildlu int now in ihe atirseuve Dubs- rrrat markCall, A W Ridee as- two units of 2 bedroom llvm- _________ a-, F P- I rt.t.onPONriAc. Pr..ate o.r. 16: ,ided I good res!dential section dread Country Coul section. Lois in -onate 01 Evrre t Wills Broker. 1204E and dining combined kitchen FEE
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$6500 Bon Colonial 3 1TO2 rom -
Tc all Close school ana -
a Bnnet & aus. bw -- I and tile facing the -' 8". convertible Rumble
net 14a H M.I: 59. I I 1 stores Priced reasnabl1. Cash or : B L SIN E S S oPPRriNrEs I ocean $10 OOO $2750 down balance \ W- seat In good running condition -- -

HOME AND-INCOME- a terms. Jane Bro.. 239 N. 1.1; 7o59 Whether you | at $o7 per month 'Iodine insurance t Good transportation at a baa PACKARD

3 bedroom HmoderD "- INTER PARK--finest residential- any type of business see-"Speak toSpiced' : and taxes principal and interest Act quck. phone COMPLETE "TOCR OI.O

ce.jent affording extra subdivision is Robert Dhu MacOon Whiney Spiezel R..aJy Co. I Those facing west at $*.250: $2.OOO 2-:6. I 343 K OrtBte AT*. P800. SIn
nellhbrho.. H.al'or. I down and mcnthls paymentsLive I. P1YMOUTH-Ien. Cp-clr-m
income veil-built aid Park at Park and Palmer Avenue 10 Bid. name
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apj ot $lO month You will be well David Anurews Realtor Winter I in on and rent the othr foramount Okay Dave . a I ttie to the left . now swing right ; ch.nk.UJ 10. I II Paint Job
pleased with the many desirable Park Exclus.se BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES since I p.yment Ph 6 until PYMOTH193"oup. Loi
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.lent. .. . a bit more . there a stop-light ahead slow t
features of both the home and the 1920 Phone W. Central Sunday: Kei-ney Coo I 1 : i'
Large corner lot Price S22 000 SAP-Home Arcs High r:ch l t Prescott V. 2-10. 4 Beach Fla. thecaPer.BUSINESS 1 i Hurry $755. dJyehOr ,
cpU Terms if des.red McNutt-Heasley. i for SjOO See them Kimber Stel. ---I 1I up a little . okay, pull to the right. .! I I 2L-4771._____ I'
Orlando Ate ( Rd5o ) OPPORTUNITY of the I
RealrS15 W. ashington 5106GI Una.pas : PACKARD-Exie
BUSINESS LISTINGS lentaDprtl.i
year-Wanted partner
SHOO DOWN-Civilians Si.500. I Countrv I'rop-riy lor Sale |I I Harlow a NEEDED. sines I who is capable of aggressive takn. complete 64- Help AVanlr-d-If male | 71 Auios-Trailers Want i 1 I, Drive S150 oil W. F $25 PAINT

New 2 bedroom masonry ho.. 2 : Headquarters 118 N. Orange. I I charge of retail choice Ka.
I 1 TYPIST-Must be experien cd. rapid 1942
scree lert pnhes. aluminum caseiientwindows BEAR LAKE-New frame bungalow BUSINESS LOT in fastest growing franchises and merchandise: present PLYMOUTH convertible clue
se...". Price (7.SSOW. I beorooms bath living room. section of Orlando ,. dcvi a person to pur and accurate. Position lor perua Aura WATrl Buy lbt car! coupe Original greeu fin:sh. im
Broker. 23 W. twq on prominent 1 te.ou'; nent resident only Sat afternoon An\ Car or ." T: uckMipci
jur Strickland kitchen and dinette breezeway attach street Can be bought on easy terms hse 60. Iness at invoice Fell Mo Or- marat genuine leather interior a:d ; ,1
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Chur h 6675. |I .d garsse .nen.front porch Why not purchase this lot and build cost and take inside whi e he nfl Pn 2-491 .. Tr.1 at Washington I brnd motor. Going last loi. : DPtL\C.1.I.ih.. sti);l Up PRICES 15%

BE" CSlST.SGI YET- A I On lake front ft on take I i your own store Carrigan ft Boland I Ilatp over outside business last tear YOUNG LADY for general work J-19J. $ 1. down balance in 1: Small dents wrecks CU
Homes by Ii5 ft deep. Sand beach 6 miles Inc O.ner. Carrigan Bldg 672 N I over JOO OOO gross Box 413 S-Star. m large established offc bust months. R S Ev.n. phone 4J-1. or big

$2750 up Special-New bedroom fro city limi's. Electric Iht. pump I Oranre; 2.51.CNCEE ness firm Only permanent resident AUTOS WANTD-Any make any 4771 _ made like new again To nduc our .anltof
lake view bungalow: garage. breese- beater Price S3OOO BLOCK j 61. Rank Loans Seri( sI seeking steady employment will be model say year Name your price l1niouT- 19-4-door Md.D ,.t cat 15% from th* already

"& and screened porch Near bU cash balance 13 per month Inquire I i I business PLSA"I' considered Beginning salary S35 We pay It. K. and W Motor cor b,In excellent low prices of the paints 1t below

and stores. Easy terms or cheap f.r James A. ., west side o Bear 'I lion Capacity 2OOO blocks per day. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Deposits seek.5i, days Give all particulars Garland and Amelia 2- .__ condition $295. Can b bought withno STIVERSPONTIAC I These paints are as money

rah C. U Taylor Broker 2514N l..Ie. OwnerCOUNTRY _ _ I Has railroad siding for carload ship- I are in-ured bv Federal DeposInsurance : In first letter Box 3811 S-Star money down K 8 Eans pnon can buy . master-blended at the
5044 Corp oratonw: "h ) D VAN.Inc wants to buy roar finest for longer lit
Orange: _ _ PROPERTYSince nie- ts. Include building machinery 15.001 4321 or 471.STUDEBAER6' I Inedl'Bt *
1 maximum for rash depositor. WOMAN for kitchen work Hours 12 alto Irk and will par top greater . smooth ear'-
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AND INCOME main hlgh- Ask Asher Peter Realtor equipment In- 1938 srdan ra- oeraa.
HOME o .1911. I ana S800O plus prices D. Varner Inc xp
Pc 8 TeaRoom
to Closed Sat. Harmony
62 Colonial
I.eteb. sparkling beauty The
was Large store room below nice I knows." 12 8. Main.HOLIDAY 149 N PERSONAL INSTALLMENT LOi55 Stu clean SJ25 4Jo3 \ '
I Service 234 W
entor. Bnnet&Bnet. I 32 E Co;j nbia Kuhl : heatr. I supply .at last lone so o: --r the
Building cost less at Bank nra .
bedroom apt : I F..t Cheney upsairsinrear.
Central
.bov. aot SPECIAL-We ban several 1lam N.tona Ave Ph. 5-62 : _Ave Phone 2-3153FILLEY paint need
today SAVE.
yea sod
-- - fort -
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When Is
Ire 18. | 2 bedroom Priced from I |! Compare :arbD BA&JCJi 1946 club Has
terms CaU Bill Douglas f. S2.6OO to hou.< bal 1'CASEE'Y BEAUTY SHOP- 10O yon ret S 93-Payments S 34 WRIT WOMAN to do general MOTORS ftC trill bay tell overdrive car Is odaD.in perfect -- -

Realtor C&al Bldz 672 1.5 see them. Ph. ontCODe I I S 150 you get l9Pament. 1 5 hou.e.ork Fam.l. of wo References or trade your car for the high Tb :

N. Or.ne. 2.51. ,. B. Lynch with U. O Bailey Realtor phone Copletely Winter elppd. Pa.. tel i $200 you get required LIt e In. Ph Winter dollar S us at 200 W. Central orPhone "olIUo". Mrn. Cblus Ipcl&I INTERIOR FLAT .WALL
.21.i I 3OO: get 279-Payments 25 OtS > R J.. ph
S
30- E Church I 40O you yon net 3J 34 > ark huh collect _ __ 4771 _ _ USED PAINT
LAKE FROVT BOMB 1 lane bed CLEANING PLANT An estao- 372-Pyment. really knows how to N.- and
i DRY S 500 pet ) 41 67 PANK R WILLYS point
I you
193
A REALLY GOOD BUY- rooms: 3i a"re paved road Needs I' lished business with modern equipment $1000 you get 930-PavmentI 133 63 Help \Vantfd-3Iale I dollar fo your car upholstered Cites rolet 104-8/10 gallon tans WhIte)

bedroom some painting Citrus and shade throughout now doing good Above men hly paymentS 12 01 equity. Cash in five minutes Why 19J sedan first paint job Bv owner I Refrigeratorsies *2.11 per can
New block Well"ontr"UOJ.lot paved trees; 5 mIles. from town 10.0. volume of Ime and located ..her Payments for 15 months are smaller BARBER Mus b good sober. sHe 'em away Give as a rhanf. See Mel \Mlls 104 W Central Ave 3-4 gallon cans i White)
home. laDlc.pd O Chenault Jennings lac plenty available Real steadY. wcebjuarsi-- 201 N. Orange Blossom Tr;
street Quick SMOO with I f'lure include life Insurance t p.J Edsevater Barber Shop. _7183. DRIVE AN Oldsmobile for Christmas .\ sizes all 10.30 per can
uon. estate ho phone information le 2 . .
The '
Ornae. of death
I
terms G L appraisal on P 74. Idu. loan in case Dr. 1 m selllci my 194 club sedan make i-
loan Subje. with KWAHA-60 miles North of Or- ps. Sh..n by appointment National Bank at Orlacdo 4th fJ Ed..at.r a. 8. EVA.O "World's Largest Alto with radio oil ill t. heater white eluding apartment size
10.. SWOPE.Se Perk Pine !l : main central Fla high only. with Bonnett & Bon I Elevator Hours 9 to. Sat 9 1 BARBER-Wlb State license Sober Dealer is only interested In buying sidewall tires custom made slip covers INTERIOR PRIMER

Phone 5812 REALTO 6 E 8869 '. .a' 4 acres lake view covered with : nelt._15 N. Main:-58O9 rel.ble. Knolls Barber Shop the finest A ill purchase any Driven It-so han 30OU miles price AND SEALER

hour oaks palms an magnola. DRY CLEANING PLANT-For details 62. Loans I'p to S300 "05 S. & Blossom Trail Ph rear. make or model and pay an onbelievable SJ.693. ph J-3% I

I Magnificent spot for or see James J Hackett Real 3.1816__ _____ __ price aa the spot. Call I New
ers S3 oOO: mi"ht consider trailer tor. 131" Shgh Blvd Opposite ACLRR AUTO Furm ure. Diamond Loans 4321 or 4771 .b. Ira HITS, lrutK lor dale I 144-8/10 cnn cans .White)

Owner 1633 Grand A'/e. Depot_Ph._7588. __ ___ __ Economy Finan,e Company. J. F COLORED PORTKR Must tn. citystreets lke Ir can
Penney Book Store. 17 W. 37
i> ALMA I94o -5 it. Completely -4 anon (
reconditioned -
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See FIVE CASTLE house; 10 Burger Mana PI. 10O6 M<-tcalf Bldg WANT price any I .n. Wlut
LOW DOWN PAYMENT cottage- th I acres good I tend 4 road elec |i .I Ph 2-O339 Pine _St._____ make 10 CARAnI. for inside and .ut Goodas S11S7 per
2-bedroom i iFLG
brand-new : Ilye o )
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Price SI;9j Wins I ind
new
cated on paved 1 block oft trirltv 135. W. McKenner AUTO. Furniture Diamond Loans- ACO I Experienced drive in Silvers Pontiac. W. re. ( r

Orange Are Prie atre..OOO and well Broker: 495 ChelY Hiway -2-7144. STATION-With specialized Economy Finance Company J. F Go! wanes Paid boil Colonial Ph 2 2310_ _____ Standard irail at Wasm.onCHIVR0119 Motors fnished. ENAMEL UNDERCOATIWIIITEJ

worth It. Bee St..rlnll. Gordon-Beck. : SUBURBAN 2 bedroom moer mlo ellm..Dt and 2 lift lubnoriums Burtr. Man.ler. 1006 Mec.l Bids v.catll Old Steam THE MOST.I CAN DO for you is te [ ]
Brokers 340 N. ; home off main chwav y is located In Laundry Plck-uP-tuck.
Or.oe J167&LRGE | : : 2-339. _ Concn. !
consign your car at your price or 1
I one of the sections of Or- I I' .
I
out Courtney Realty. 392 mla. "Poft PropJ
1 110 f 'I CASH on fur- MAN to assist in department ,1 par market price. Our used cat .
N -2471 Undo and has done an exceptionally LOAN5aldti mad sblpll itt s Us i W. Centa. 64-8 '10 gallon
at 100 W. Central Fla
Orlando Call Friday JeUeral $$129.50. caD
CORNER' LOT=Palms, aza BEDROOM HOUSE Bath fine bU5ln.s Owner I re auto flng. ordrs. 10 11 Motors. Ph.2-2424OET CHEVROL 1945 1'2-ton truck (2 C per
rom ti,rIfle because of ill health s nwn Home Finance Co. 314 or bt..en .n ___ __ ., 18.OOO Baram -
oak shade fruit trees 5 room I furni,bed. 30 large oranze trees. Mftcalf Bldg Dig Harry P. Leu . Or Iles.
lea 3OOO will purchase business stock
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modern home; 5 closets Furnished or $4.SOO H Beat Bear Lake. Lodhar J lando. I. I CASH IN 5 MINUTES Any . C.I S>t Cloud 7661 INTERIOR GLOSS FINISH
equipment and long term lease _ _ _
mac or model Starling Alexander I
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unfurnished Owner F A. I LOANS MADE from $10 to 13' '. plck-UP
Alli'on. Realtor 37 tranferr.. I I 5b Business roperlv for :a>. desired buildings owner will also lot sell at.tkn strict privacy: fast service . MAN WANTED AT ONCE-Must have Motora Sill N. Orange Are Phone CHERLT-- -to- Cam '- American Refrigeration
on corner it 8/10
fsuoo White
ft Inc. 32 W. Central car: good education and be ableto cans )
Finance 88. N"
sickness bie Cars. 904 orange Ave Shone
A BARGAIN-On account of for $28 OOO Convenient terms can Snlc.
i APARTMENT BUII.DtifO-Ckise In ;. meet the a good I ICnR Inc. .2 per can
5-room block house Furnished I arranged Exclusive with Lane BradIurJ. Ave Phn 93 - pblc. 118 rh.n.. OE TOP CASH PC for your car .1-4531.
5 modern well furnished Best lor a :
Quirk possession $7 0. Exclusive 1 units 1204 E Colonial; 2-2. i QUICK CASH WARS hrt.r. h..ter .Pl rardl.s of model Used TUC-IM. 1'a tons 3y S.
Delaney .ectlon Grossing i5. 418 Broadway I sad auto 2 Hughe PASTE PAINT
M K Harmon 52 note Ian. PORTER-Waite colored; ch. 21s \a.1t ark perfect
__ i Ii Florida o ola' Dial
phone I ice Family L.n SOI Hotel St Phone 2- mechanical condition Lee
2-294. .err R 321
TO r 5 -room I APARTHENTHOUSEBeautifulga-, i Bank BIde . Ca manager I: BADLY IN NEED den Rh Winter Rd. o- U-dillon cans. (WhIte)
CE Ctr. ho. rape nicely furnished SHOE SHINE BOY ExperiencedNeat Ol'UaDd-194
.. laht apartmrDt FISH CAMP FOR SALE-Lane home Phone 21661. automobiles and land._ I 1.0 per can
3 lot?. S3.000 on &.,! Oscar I and Lake Eola.furished apartments location near ana 6 double block cabins. 13 new boats REAL ESTATE LOANS-Get a small: 205 and S nl.be. Knol'. BarberShop Trail Wadsworth CIS North Orange Ave DDJ TRACTORS (2 1947 COE;

Davs I within Splendid distance S25I .- 4 kickers. paved road electricityhich loan on your house when nr. o.e Blss. Telephone 89i. COE 2 tO with lpr. PORCH AND DECK

A DREAM -buUt-2 I .alkll Folsom I Pe Shep d. plenty shade Best fishing Florida.Credit 21 W. Pine st- I ON.THE-SPOT CASH 1946 GMC. 2<, ton with new moto ENAMEL
rooms screened : 20 E Washington 1 1I I river Florida Easy life income way _ea t of_Grand_Theater clean used earn Jim PAID-fO.o All have 5th wheels saddle tn.etc.
; location Must p.Id. I : Ic Phone 407 days; 8266 night; C. W WELL DRILLER First class folly North Avenue Phone Prices from to S2. r.AI
1. Pon. experienced In Fla formation Good Or.n.e $1: 4ft S/10 gallon cans Dark Grey)
appreciate 2215 S483 Lan caster Plant C iy Fla _ MONEY WHEN YOU NEED IT-At 2 tractors 11 ae 101 'Homefolks'SMITH
P. BUILDING Ubby Freeman. .4$21 13.30
top pay per can
OMMECIAL o6f I; GROCERY STORE and market Mod Acceptance Corporation Home of- hour. ng auto t.U"r Wonderful
Large lot -11 W Church -B/10 gallon
lstd' for opportunity m permanent work cans. Battleship
ern completely equipped Volume fire at 480 N Oranee Avenue in Or- j. \utO' aleBUlK
less than cost. to bUild. \cash bal I 1 S1OO OOO to $15O.OOO. Long lease :ando Phone "136 Olficts at Coo for good owner-drivers Call at 22ojW Ore

core easy Roper Realty Chad a"1 Owner Box 399 Winter Haven and St. Cloud. Sameservice' 1941. special convertible club Beaver St. Jacksonville lieor 1330 per can
DOLLAR POR you cannot Main 4 SacnUc $15.00. .
:
find a better DLR. tORIAHO _ i I I >- .___________ _ WANTED FIRST CLASS Steam elec tnupe low mileage radio. heater 33 W.Orsnt. Orlando __ i
CENTRAL With Inc power station machinist HUE bv 0"sir Priced for immediate sale '
GROCEPY AND MEAT MARKET- 1 ORD- 47. pick-UE. new Fh 3824 Southern States
stores I of operating machine shop 154 E Plnr.BUCK1941. I
I wish YOU would take a BlOc bnlt Long l"as. Walk-In refrigerator b"apbl. Apopka _
while this morning. J a ring. I located on a prominent electric stales vegetable scales 12.ft. I 63. Mortgage Loans. tll. repairs o oanyan d all RoadmaMrr convertible- FORD-1934. 4-door sedan
heart of one of Central power station equipment and ". :re Iron Roofing
aDd let me show pots a 1OII Fkrd.'s' electric display meat case cash register 1 .1 rlul Equipped with band S295 terms. 911 Golf
thriving towns Present I tow of doing electric and sect lene Vl.
3-bedroom home. that is montbJ adding machine saw APARTMENT LANSL.term. > "e- ra white sidewall tires heater. ana .
furnished and must desirable< come of SS55 can be Incra. Ex and slir-r Good eJuc. for interest l.ns typs of apart :im. State pact experience .e aD "her extras One owner PORD3ON TRACTOR O rbr As m' mechanic "Red" said on CompanyPHONE

particular. 2-1 relent return on the pr S45OO Vee Van Hoten Broker W mcnt . F H.A. convcn chen available B 397 S-S.ar. dean excepton.lb I ao condition also doble \:nas Eve night when he dropped
MM including hotel 4 tional type lon.No RtxMcGill COLORED thr0.bout. spclJ. L. Newt. Rt 2 Bx Mac his bottle of on the sidewalk
Church; Rm 12. 5504.GROCERY br..e. 8. Evans 29. cm
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This comfortable and moat Please come in or write us for 12-1 AND MARKET--Good business I 12S Ave enced CANGER--E".r S19.11 471.BUtCBIM'd. 'I I nolia_ ._ ._ __ Xmas has done come and gone. 8139 ORLANDO
home priced Till not beavailable ther details and appointments Phone 4147 ___ nished Apply to Firestone HOUSE TRAILER 22 ft modern
Owner leaving 5tor. 194 and I have the
nlht. I spent this opportunity Rex- ; near new Iho. Super best selection of good
for Orange at Con'ord.CMBIN Metal and mahogany finish -
town Ph 3 7pjn.GIFT I convcffcrIe Unitd.
Exclusive Agents 128 N. Or- afer ed.n and low priced cars I have ever bad I
bed.
?::0ru. I LOANS on all types of property; long warehouse Camber Sleeps four. permanent In-
Jim N
Please take Just a moment & phoneme STAND handling toys:novelty or short terms: low rate: Immediate TON clr k salsm.n" Cars 94 Orange fluorescent lights I am listing a few for your approval
\ Phone n.rpnn. m.tres.
0 I gifts china cut glass. gifts stok tr. .
for complete lor.t.NE EE TER DRSverlcbok "ur service. Harlow O Prrnck. 118 driver man laura "hool srad electfc C. A. Arlld.
I bu.n". packages cupress lawn sU. G N. Orange Ave. Phone 818. Yon Must be capable. am CADILLAC-1946 6 pI.J Immaeu'ate Kentucky off Washinzton.Eustis. Ma.HOUSE i| A Sedan .
BRADFORD. BROKER 1204 nowln section available 50 te tOO spot on Route 17-92. Act quick Pic ute prf.red. Jim 804 Mol $125
E TRAILER ft eho-
and mllinic to 2o
$1000 Exclusive with biou. ."n""nlou. N. new 1938 Coupe new
Col -lal. 2- ft Can be bought on .wtr" cash BODnt Oranze Ave. hone 2-4521 paint
r 23 frnt..e.Paved street sewerage 14 N. Main: I MORTGAGE-L2. at Advai:canin t imrtunityith CAI7ILLAC-l$41 toe refrigerator Butane Ranee I t I .. -. ._ ._. *283I9T5
I 6'r interest isIs lar.e concern. Apply b) mail in mnnlblVm W. J Cooper at Bob cottages.Chenpy Chevrolet .
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Carrigan and BolandIne. GROCERY With IYlnlIU.rn'Herman Goodwin Inc. Broker; 677 M inn hand, : FlsridePipe low mll very Ji Cli HI"b..J.HOUSE _ Coupe $250
.. owners: 672 N. Orange: Carrl I very good income I I Orange: Supply Co nUni. Box 3749. Orlando Car' Orange Ave 194 Plymouth Sedan ___. $fi%
un Bids : 2-4551 tog building stok. Terms. 985.MORTGAGE - TRAILERSniaiLSieepr2Eztell.nt Model A Sedan ,_
B OWIE-BUlE-Mut. sell Chenault A. furiure.".. Realtor LOANS on residential CHEVROLET"1938 2-or s tires Compart Idea: 1937 ford "83" Sedan ._.Stl
roa .n b.U Jelnl.. and business properties In *66. Sales Help Uantfcl Priced for quick sale Jim for hunting and trips Part
672 N 0 range fihll I9TO Chevrolet
Stucco CBS steel 1 HAPPY TIMES AHEAD lucky O. $175
over nt. fo 7'34. j I Cars 904 N. Orange Ave Phone Cop.
lando and Winter Park Low money win sell for '175. In-
bronze garage attached over- I party who can ring bell on thi'gold STATION-Wlth 24520.LHEV1tOLET1947riub. R- 1834 ford ...._ $223
sren. th 00 adjlnIc2- rates Bettes Investment Co. WWasisingoo RETAIL SALES CLERK for gasoline 733 W Church St
head electric kitchen mine tourist lo.t.right bungalow 2 1931 Model A Panel .. $28
dors.1 mt St. Phone 8513 beer and sundries trod pay and
tinted I on Orange BIO . Te dally ..nished Corner location concrete I : hours must be tops in everv rcs.1lo.l '. HOE TAIR1M;. 27-f- Tan- 1936 Chevrolet Sedan ..-__$275
nb. Cumbie '
terior Furnished or unfurnished take .. care for overhead hiehvvay Wonderful opportunity for JI. Car. ; a.nln.. Tr.,1doly. COOPERATIONTo
I 17. I
block from city limits 113 Page St.SlOt.0 . 01 back S60.OOO and per mechanic Exclusive with C. P. REAL ESTATE LOANS-Low c! T Ph 6
haP place 16.0 additional ai Shumaay. Realtor. 140 W. Orange; buy. build or finance .n CADILLACS:1941 t2---t- r _
O\-yllbuy i-bedro. fur property Trust Dept. SALESMAN -1"unc man to do servIce without -
JOOr pocket nex 10 J.n. This 2-3282 bus.ne .d.n. With o nydramatic ROUSE TRAII.ER-Pornlshed. cash I J.R.
Buch > too good we National Bank at Orlando 2nd door ct-itntt m Hon :a Ex er ence or I. Evans phone 4321or for
ound tre : or car. Carolina Moon
916 Kuhl Ave : 2-1O9O b R S
your earliest gallon as G-RE ASDJiETn main i Air conditioned. Elevator service car dr'i:able but not rct.ory. Call 4"71 "Irac lot 122 I
BY OWNER-Home and-iioe or is a rare find. Come In and talk and H G Wilson. Anzrh.1. Hut 1 Mondayor _
127 mo ; S : Ihl over Louis 143 stocked Room for fruit display I Tuccnay appointment CHEOLIMI2or Ran. HOUSE TAl-lh.r Dome.15 I
.000. Gl. Rato. I Owner ill must make offer I WANTED $20OO 1st m7lt"agelon Irrhn1aUy r.b.n ft. telephonejO6
decorated furnished S18
: ; 159
N. Main Pea
sl. r.o 1947
; 2164.HIHWAY at 6new: house years SALESMAN Know l.-de of selling Pr Used to a
Terms :510 N Bummerlm King Real Estate Chirch_ : 8435 I Bx sU. J.ml.an _
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: '| 406 -Slar. electric hou.elold am liai'ces. Must Car 6OO WCentral. Ph. 3-1948 -
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FR HED-2 bedroom Michigan log AND LAKE FRONT 400 HOT BUSINESS-Furnished com 1i hate transportation fa ,lit:r" $lu.treside I HOUSE TRAII.EB-C.llde- fur
I IKhy'.I Located north of Orlandoon i CHRYSLER -1941 nlsbed clean Save 8200 at only 'Homefolks'SMITH
new electric water h..ler. I 40O on big Lake I Orlando Wnte and statequalficaticns. Ry&4ra.
elertrii circulating heater :: f I main Well known BUILD OR BUY now on the UDr dan. of the S575 Between Show and Lake
range ; I Rambling modern tile i thorouhf.r. Reduction Finance Plan. : Wre Box :393 S-Slar Oe Bt successful conclusion
and Infst car of Profit i .lassamine Trailer -
modern bats adjoining utility room; :I bungalow Year-round Income. to.y. ..lhPr.phl's" :. on
3 2 tile I II tf Suth'
First .
See
your .
bdroma. b.ts. - Used SOO W
6-0x75 by o.n.r. 92.500 rash: balance I oors. tile Has 42 heated unt. hot and cold water futur. Fed.r.1 67. inpiovrnmt; A Central Orance Blossom Trail on east
and Loan Association of Orlando
Lie rent. Rt 4 Box 701A. 2 10 roof Electric.aI1. .bsto. land I each room lobbY. dinme ings. tnri" I CHEVROLET=1941 SPaJDllxe Wm L Stephens _
50 East Pine at Court Street inorwntown -
ml Curry Ford Rd Fronting big lake good rom and kitchen Busy .as just I Orlando Weekdays 9-2. BROWN PERSONNEL SERVICE 2-door sedan. HOUSE TRAILER-1
I I scap. Quick : starting $13.500 investment It cannot I Saturdays 9 12. .nd: Nurses' Itu"ty. If you want mechanically. perfect Cstma. Strep four. Pr and terms rightWinter .
51-1. Lake County Property fllna. p.n. $19. be duplicated Call Mr Harper i S995 5. and to show
. Park
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Mo.5 1 S la with Asher Peter Realtor 12 8.Moin:20786 I .ok c 'me to jlo W. Central. II you sp.1 4121.CRYSL1937. R EnD 2-221. _
Phone 69 want h.lp. call 6b 471 _ _ ROUSE OlWer
GASOLINE AND SERVICE Station. I''HriYAYS I 7ASDFt.i : _ __ __ i WILL GIVE 1947 Nash Ambassadorfree 4-door sedan Me I' used TIIB"1.f ,
ExceJent location on 441 main ,I large KARELS CAFE South doe of Mt.I I with extras f rraloe-ts of -Baracin at $jOO Carol Ann Park prfed 32 codll. Hew Location North
I I 'J. Vslanted-Icmale Main St.
Central Flo-Ida highway Brand new ', and smal.' Ropr. .Rtalt.Church Dora Fla. on Highway 441 Rcavorablyprtcrd $4.OOO for 4 Tears: plentJ of securlty > \ork prn ate owner 69 VV Church. Ph. Marrkel __L A LI 3

Owner srou.ly ill Farces sle. s:1 I By own..rLIC Box 385 S- 94.:8. I of
Hou.tkrct'er driver our appreciation
this! jne Ki.tter Realtor LUCERNE SECONAtradln2 COMPANION or : INTERNATIONAL I ton pick --
Ofti-e I Bide Eustis Florida Phone story shd "onstreUon. de ROOM'Low rent lon.-lea.e. prelcrabl in Wmar Park. Write J. CHRY6LEK sedan: will trade : truck 1946 13.OOO miles L Prate
391 Red P 0 1146 I I lightful baths busins. right for man and I 6Help Want -Female C. P. Care of Miss Carrie Ro&ittter for house or lots or euiy h b.Box Phone 4 Red Co ner Eustlr and Mactonald ,

MT I heat omm'r: Large I lot wife 211_ Boone St.NEWS. ._ I I Eau Gallic P.O. Fla 402 S-Star Eustis Florida_ _

low DRNr.brdrombun Money terms Welt SUNDRYSHOP hi ..orkhop. qu:, k p session if desired Svs.em 628 E Pine. 4641 lando best hotels Telephone BEAUTICIAN-Must be loe, 4.I '0. %%orkantrdale: pie cly 1atr:1934. and trailer ft a bargain 81595 c the good

jwner Mt Dora 4a62 or 2.25 out Good tire and paint S295 4OO Wino Standard Motors Orange Blossom I, tings
57 Real Estate EnhancedCHRYSLER4 RADIO REPAIR"SHOP=If are BOOKKEEPING AND general office CtLTRED'GENL'IAN seeks busl Virginia A e. St. Cloud Trail at Washington

52. Gro\'P for Sale I sedan in'erested ingoing It the Y0 radio 1orl.lm day work. Box 4O9 S- n.. connrcton "It i .sales-nan -HRYSL Windsor sedan; 1941-'I SPARTAN-The latest !: SPECIALS
: will trade repair bulne. write C. Allen BKKEEPERBTORP- hip prsonaln. edu ation ntrestsly. excellent condition mechanically I Prank Reed Trailer Ut .Rm.

GROVE-4 acres 305 seedling trees equiy hOI. suburban preferred rio E York Ave DeLand Fla ; prman car Sal.r. not to un For sale cheap City Cal' Orange Blossom Trail.I that have come ourway
Box 401 S-Siar _
6-room hous. Estimate. 2000 boxer I | RAINBOW TOURIST LODGE 14 resident_Box 407_S-Star._ portal Box 4O4 SStarYOIJNOMARRIED Co 243 S. Orange Ave I I used Ameri MODEL Tudor $293

fri -by-mall express bust : ROOM HOUSE for cottage or-good miles. north of Orlando. Highway 17I I VETERAN local Fleetmaster Fully TAn-Nt'- .; 5Troutv.oid ,

nes goes with the grove. S9.9;5tasselberry I auto mcrioae" pays off $40 per I Ii 92. 8 bdrom. 4 bath lodge: BEAUTC Carselberry Beauty rcsid.nt. 4 yin exi!'ri..neoeiirrelaffi CHERoI94' exceptionallyclean and Southern Bell 1937 FORD Tudor. S495

h""L 22221.LAKE mo Mortar owner. 5J West Church "' hous for owner: all amal IY equipped Phone rvwor k.. rapid t>P1Ct. ctaphone. must sell immediately 778-J dealer for bottle Bd.

I -FRONT-home and grove 2bedroom i' t___ I inns I...than one year old Asbestos 1 I Winter Park 2-2221. operator bookkeeping Box 369 Winter Park.CHRYS. _ _ i cestlories: Coleman gas PreWayI : 1939 STt'DEB.\KER Champion To
modern home overlooking 4 ROOM HOUSE-2 extra lots siding nicely 13 S-Star i any pucaser
fuml.h. stove dollies
2 acr. : ,
1947 Windsor conver .In&
beautiful lake 700 ft lake frontage fruit trers small mortgage: for few young tre. ft huh t Has extra I Ankney pr Sales. -ec A good car $795

6-arre heavy bearing grove addition bedroom ho:i-. ust outside city llm way frontage Immediate possession. 71. ,-irpljne Salt and Service Dm only al land Price including present fruit Its Phone .14->3 i price $20 0 terms Garnet HighSanford I CURB GIRL wanted for Monday and trade en Terms to mlrs. o S br 1940 FORD Tudor A nice
TRAILERS big
Begin own
crop S14.OOO with terms. Louis S P. _Rt 2._Box_248._ I I Tuesday night work Call 9173Perkle TWIN ENGINE ra in- on Grumman Etans phone 4321 or montJ. R inz home choice year trailers looker $895 of
own
Doavc | Hfach Property Widg land. and mst .entsVeteran your I a used
Broker. 27 W. W.smitoDSI 15.-1 I RESTAURANT-Grill and bar and s Grill.COUNTER tn. sea un ft
I dOD't remember at low prices as low aa S4O per
:
84U package a O ancio Ana ion DE--So
COCOA BEACH has splendid all shop Excellently equipped I tralll 3330 Orange Blossom 1936 FORD Reliable transportation ,
year lye been stab-
14 I doing Country c: Park \ f.lhful. W'Dver. 6
ACFn-barna. good condi- I climate Some furnished homes food business Pic with real GIRLS wanted at Phmlt 83. born. contrary and even cussedp :
overlookingpretty estate $33.500 00. O'HarraMooreRealtors. Tn.VETERANS I RAISING for $295
available Get while the selec C CeletenkeInterestlisg FGHT
yours I eaS ease come and get me I need Trail.iIFr rent sleeps
fo -fo
lake Priced to ell. E Pme al. S
Contact prua e instructor
lIon is good Pulsipher. Realtor Co- 2. work Experience not commerc
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necessary ho-ne The boss
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a i iew: wants only
owner Box 843. Eustis. Fla. i I rita Beach SODA DAB ANDOR1Lt.Witb beer I yon are ca and willing apply molti-en.lne rat in its. On-the- ob mechanic 1202 W Robinson 12.f Trailer Park san ; I 1938 WILLYS 4 door S car we will GC

i AN OPPORTUNITY Large and Ilcense. Mettinr about $1000 tOn. traimrc__ _Ryan____Field___ Appla.I DODGE 1946 Custom sedan | ____ New paint and
53. Acreage for Sale i monthly Key > > TRAILER .18 ft; 4; 2 ce I
I Orange I 1 sl W
I small furnished duplexes Occupy A. FOUNTAIN GIRLS 2 1
Worth experienced Cumbie 904 N Orange : wire and water paint $ I $593 I
HIGHWAY 1".92. beyond Fern Park. 'tntmake rent from other help pay tor 6 seelnz N. Oranee C W Walte. Apply in person Browns Cigar andNews 7!. .\utos-Trucks for Kent !1 Phone 2-4521.n 1:W. L Thompson .comer of LakeShore I'

'"ft on hi"h.av. 60O ft deep. I, coa Easy Beach term. Ppher. Realtor C 6. Stor. 40 N.- o.n"e. D VAPNER L-DRI\-IT-Drive ttyoui DE SOTO-1942 4-door s.n o..lal Drive .n Virginia St. Mint 1931 A- Coupe S293 THE LIMIT to

beautiful hi"h wooded tract ideal for _ _ SlAin White er colored; ol.. If. lo. rate t bY mlle br daysrncr i : pa nt. 4 0 tue ml.s _Ia. Fla _ ODE put
but i of those WATCH COCOA BEACH-Opening : Hotel D. \ U-Dri; 1.c. 234 W C rrbie Cars Ave
Ole hard-to-find TOURI COURT __ __ e-lt I TRAILER-New: for sale o rent: a. 1939 CHEVROLET 2 door
bata,' s at SaOo Terms S100 down I season with' offering bedroom C"ntal Ate Phone --31jj. Ph, ne 2-4a21 : 1 Box 517 S Orange
and mo;.th C. F. Gordon. Room house 1 block from beach S8.OOO OPI. AITAN-Pna.-ltUD. '' i lc i iI Sedan Very clean. $S35 I
8 64 Il furnished $1 00 down balance like i I One of finest in Orlando ares- I II. schol HERTZ DRIV-UR-SELF 8YSEI- DES010-194* Custom Wor sa.I Trail__ _
Central
Ave 1 In heavy travelled CM'|: ness college graduate Trucks ana pas,cn-tr ca.5 rent low mileage 1 TRAILERS Reduction an
rent Pulcipher Realtor Cocoa o main preferre. P a on in better
Bb way BeautI'ul grounds (3L acres.). I, Hogue's 5A 10 Winter Prk by hour. day or wee" Low ra:es. 375 at S219a S& R Evans phone I! and used trailers AU sizes-1939 CHEVROL Coope tem a

I' 5K Heal l.tat.: Wanted iron attrac ive buildings Completely I'1 PIVATSCREAYMuM know N. Orange phone -- 064. 4321 or 401.I Nationals" : u M" Sme. !

320 ACRES-$16000. | and beautifully furnished 16 units I typist JIM Ct3Bl DRIVE IT- 47 FORD-1941 2-door super deluxe als": "A State"; Companion $7 I

ACRE homes businesses ard groves ETfe ent top income Summer I References required Good salary and trucks By day. 1 Excellent condition. Original owner our selection Youngs i 1987
Adi'in:ng city limits Most ideal fo, .rc.a tin? Cour'ney Realty w :nter. Priced modestly at S6O .0 I I ply P. 0 Box 3273.STORPHEaAI.nr. R week or month. Cop me rates. Ph 3-2ll 201JCKing. I Trailer 8S Orange Blossom Trail CHEVOL Ceropa

sub 1.5 Great demand fo 3! N O ',f d.l: "-:41 Before you buy any similar business :,I of- 904 N. Oraiue 1947- at i used car to beg.r
2-:21 FORD- and 1946 2-doors I II $9
Into 160 half i-ttttire. excelI I 4
JoU D It
acre {
t DRY CLEANING ESTABLISHED for inutl.t t. 1 51 I VAGABOND
$100. ..rnl. \ OLIN DRIVK I INC -New ears doors and co.erUble. JII Cab IOel.-2 ftt
ficurinc. but act qukck D your own out of ins'n part' Call 1 S.mml. I dayweek.Writep.O._ Bx 2406 for rent br .e k or month. Cars. 904 M Orange PbD I 4. prke to sU 1939 PLYMOUTH Coupe.

SAM A HVTCHLS06. Francisco Realtor. Rm 4. Central NEWMAR-MARG$8. mc H.alton. 2' STENOGRAPHER I'h- knowledge No red tape loc.ton. 242 II :4:21.PRD934. _____ __ j Dnsn 2-31. Extra nice. $793 I
Centrl Ph..n BRK s E i Arcade.7407._ W Waahlngtois. of bookkeeping Permanent resident Orange Phone 2-1. a 142 S todor ZIMMTR All aluminum 27 ft I.DIdem.

3U &L 5-day week Will b interviewed after Garland. Ph 2-1. $ Ru.o| STeeps" 4 to I Greatest 1938 2 the year-1948.
FOR IMMEDIATE ATTESTIOS and Jan Irt Give Bottled CEVROL drsn
d..t.la o experienceWrsteBnx Highway upstairs in rear ,: trlO bay in
I rslt list your property with 392 S-tar '1 Auto en'ieAtT .as. ll rddalT. Trade o tr 5
54. lots tor sale Williams !atr. 21 wWashIngton. SKIRT GIRLS-and Press hands-Ex- FORoIM'---ToL1.' South fnd. lstrbtor.
Pbone BRAKE JOBS and wheel Reed Orange 1936 2. door
1 810OROVBOMB8E prlnc.d. Good hours and wage without Christmas l"3a Tra.r 21 l. CIEYROL
BEVERLY SHORES-_Build jour new W u Pai bl.,and .acahoD.Orlando <-n 1-day 'scssce, Wheels R. 8. Evans phone o. I l Tri._ _ _ _ _ I
home amid .hoe. Select your List One Lundn. 49 W. Cord. bal.r.ra while you .a.t C. APrent&Souiv. 4TI o 421. I 1947-TO mont old trailer folly S$
homrs o Ctr P' f 1010 W JEEP-46. perfect condition; very
an
utu toay 1 t beaut I I: SECRETARY II""Dt ambitions Churc I low mileage SlOOOt W. i awnin Ranch 1 ton MODEL-A.track. $495
t on Phone 2 31 propr', a"Ir.e & ; I
fil i all WaInaton i r.I
Walter Box Blossom Trail.
A tors business: restaurant th bedroomand I experienced Inprctioa 655-11 Orane -
a : rest WGSMET"Pe
W < line" :it Co 43 H Or Ch.naul. J.nnl. I. .7 ao pnDt Poml S.LSALLE I I 1% ton V-8 Truck Very
nce S e Pho:.e 7234 bath attached Box t -n '
_
Av 0. aUn,' tlice Orn Ci dnt 40 5ar. actual
r 0 33o N Or- converted to a private dining b one s pocrcra t Go.dy cars' snIcr. -1938 sedan. 3; 4OO good. $495
r Vie __ __ HOME WANTED S rthrnbuyer SECTIONIZERS WANTED WhItrwomen. 300 N Axe use of invahd lady I
a separate building used for stor I, Ono e prl'at. : VARNER INC.
I and investors !nqu: I I I free trensponat furnished he elore near perfect condition. D.
BtiNLSSLOT.., 01 Orlando m fatmra businesses homes and farms Strout are ourist beautiful gound suItable for to and from Orlando We guarant BRAKES Rtr IRED-We suJ; a 4 new tries I'c. :t- than never DODGE Pick-up Truck. $395 ,
ft 1 it d.y.
: 6
Realty.31i W Colonial. coun I "orer .-- good while learning vourauon.c 35. also
propr. pay Bus .
i' Can be boutht on easy terms. !I, aith on U S 1' and 011 D.x.e Sales and les. W nnten outside city b s Sun- 5 HOURDRY
Blghwa leaves W. Central Ave.
Mr,! 1 ,t purchase thiS lot and build HOMES GROVES 8CSINESSES :, on of the finest and growing 645: am daily Westor Sou:h at Boone St ; day at 211 Swoope Ave. Park. 1936 PL DIUTI 4 door I
SOur own store. Carruan Bolaod C :ntact C B Dvu. Realtor 41 sections in this $12.OOO I I.n. th : plenty com
I .
I F. LICU--Z.3
Citrus
Ii Ovnen C.rn.a 072 & W. Washto 73OS.BOUSES can be biht at ICe Pot. Florida BODY paintin.AND FNDER-repalr and I mies ranable pre Se$ 234 W. / .
OTp.i I Centa
for PJm0t. .
or can be I & i 1434 Sunset ;
2-51 rah
hi; 1 SDREADGOLFCURSKik.ii. : WANTED-We nave pros- arranged. B 1.Wr Sanfcrd. WAITRESS. Expnence: Huh -34 Satisfaction W R".r.nle.d.Ate Phone -V.mr.. .P.rk.LNCLN. Lk Ko.t.Wt CLEANING MODEL-A Pick-up. $225
Grill WaIl
lot tarn:t course and street Peeu for 2. 3 and 4-bedroom home FU. 'I 1 5tlt. I ISALSLY Ce.tra CONTINENTAL-1942. club

i L Frat.k. Ph 4-aO. ______; t io locatons Call W B. Men to operate do-nut ma jl : low mileage excellent con 1940 CHEVROLET 2 door Phone 2-3153

EXPOSITION. Excellent leu 2- 1 S Main St. and commisuois.Rogues I Autolraaenanttd ditlonShone, 334. Sedan As is. $695 -

W x 135 Bu PAR.". eiectrlcUTmmun WILL LEASE STORE-In 100 block 5 I_10 Winter Park : AUTOS WANTED-Arv make. any MERCURY 1948 Club coupe and SERVICEPECK'S

., -., GrowlIttI i ()r :ty. O U8TWO8 WANTED-clients waiting on W. Central for particulars cal TYPIST Experienced. fast e-i- '. moo,1. any year Name your p :ceHe sedan Radio beater etc Both 1936 FORD Com ertible. $593

*. ( 10. cart I l. 5 m"nh L.o I aL afK>n. Realtor Pise 9. curt. Rf.rDe ra Al pay a. K. and W Motors corGarlrd or ten lest than 4OO miles Special
3 E '
) :. H.rman (" .in inc ". :$ 1 I HAVE A BTJsnrESS that a couple 2 On"e. and Amelia -- ,"9 S2595 R 8 Evans 101 W. Ctnra. These and many more t b
-1 -
"ran'e Still or family of 3 or 4 could I Hblgnest '
LOT certainly
,. W Fairbanks Ave.; AUTO WA'TEWIJ pay MERCURY- 48: 4-door sedanI mo I found al
-- 1-ON
I... 1A\.o A\E 900 2 lane " c price and locat handle profl.bly and does not require -i Ol.ns Inc. old: 2 000 miles accessories
.14 ci. h 9 bearing -It ;on:_Bo* 412 8fc.USTCTOS ." I wore t.n S55OO cash Present I YOUNG LADIES 5-sisted r. eW 142 N Garland 2-434. or 242 N Ph Le-sbu 369 R'd a
I owner is 'i;z mCn y. and the field 0r1-
F.ov > stk Grou" try trance- .c .1-41114.

HI I ore : e;. .. ''aw::1CO'corner i'K>!'and of h bus Rio J ',AYTESHctset.grovcL. ht ; U sell your : for coun:XP.n'of i.ctrrs on I lnlult.o"n' ba On\ac ;ur 7: c':1" ;Mi.sn'o'c ::.:";: :Or., A-:0.,0 I . .:; : .F" '_ n"r- .0 ;.CJ9... 5-a's.'r.: o, a c.UD' I. QUALITY CLEANERS FULEY MOTORS

JHSE.1 Brot- 1" M. I;re Dial 3-lt-2 A T m "'Jy
Gr.1' : f Aaec"<: Carter Jamer :
- -. -n J.-Ph-8.-- 5159 son and Carter Realtors 12 S Main. ,)" ,- .4t. > '. : ,r-f.: R S E' an phone 813 East Wasnington V l' Via) 3mt t


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14 Telephones: 4161 or 3-1681 OOr1nnbo fronting fi-tttttttrl Saturday, December 27,1947Truman


YOWELL DREW IVEY CO. IN ORLANDO

Selects Three Jailed To/o/ Admits Sneak Raid Blame :,

TOKYO [UP] Hidekl [The Razor !|I would take two days to complete
] Tojo, 63 only top Axis leader presentation .of the statement
I brought to trial for history's I I I i Tojo denied that he had "plot AFTER-CHRISTMAS
New Radio Chief I InAufoiheft t major crime against humanity- ted" against the allied nations. NO MAIL

i! I World War II-testified yesterday but assumed responsibility for
that he alone was responsible plunging Japan into a war he insisted PHONE C.O.D.
WASHINGTON [TAP] Pre Three Orlando ewm in for the sneak attack on was "defensive." ,

Truman yesterday: appointed .Orange County jail :yesterday Pearl Harbor which touched off He took the blame for the RETURNS PLEASE
Wayne Coy. Washington Post under bond of $1.000 each set by I the Pacific war. I' trial and death sentence" of
radio director, as*.chairman of Doolittlo's
Justice of Peace E G. Duck- The frail former Japanese war- Gen. James flyers
the Federal I Communications [I time premier who, he claimed violated International .
effective immed worth yesterday when the trio
Commission I who was ousted Law when they
ately. j pleaded not guilty to theft of an from the government bombed Japanese cities.

Coy succeeds Charles R auto owned by R. O. Mach, Or- I when He challenged the right of the
Denn. who resigned Oct. 31 to lando. I his troops start-. H-nation tribunal to sit in judgment -
become a'ice-- ed meeting with j him and vigorously
and Marjorie upon
Juanita Darough, 21, was'''
president of the reverses, defended 1 Emperor Hirohito. his:;;;
Davidson, 22 both of Or
National Broad- 2 called to testifyi one-time secular and divine
lando, and Flora Marsh 21, Pine
i his behalf
casting Co. leader(
The President Castle were arrested hristmas yesterdaynine i
,
? Eve in Bartow after the stolencar 1
months after the ContinuingMonday
,also accepted the -a I i
resignation from in which they were riding 1 opening of the r Bell Reports
the 1916
the commissionof overturned. Although i war crimes trial!
}well K. Jett Ford car was damaged to extentof nf himself- and!
effective Dec 31. $1.000, none of the three occu- I 27 other alleged Tojo Improved Yule

and named .,; .pants were injured in the crash. I war criminals by the Interna- and Tuesday

George E Sterling Mach Orlando used car tional Military Tribunal. Phone ServiceOrlando
Portland, '\ I dealer had sworn out a war His attorney, George Blewett.
Me. to the commission rant charging the three women Philadelphia, began reading a Southern Bell Tele *
in place' with theft of the auto. Judge 60.000-word affidavit in Tojo's de- phone and Telegraph ('o. officials

of Jett Denny Durknorth said Mach reported| fense. It was expected that it were singing the blues yesterday Clearance of -
Jett said that after 19 years he had loaned the car to a i l because of the number of long Clearance of
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with government communications male friend Dec. 23. .distance calls they were unable I
agencies, he is returning to I Telegraph PeaceAnnounced to complete over the Christmas
The man who had borrowedthe I TEEN AGE SWEATERS
Baltimore to become vice-pres II rush: period. WOMEN'S
that it SLIPPERS
car reported was Panel!
:dent of the Sun papers and Local operators said the busv
stolen from in front of The Barn
director of the papers' radio interests circuits throughout Florida and
Ion the Orange Blossom Trail. WASHINGTON [AP1 CyrusS. I A group of Jacquard, 100%
i I Duckworth said the young Ching Federal mediation director the whole country pre'entedmany FORMERLY 14.95 NOW .
Coy has had alternate careersin I women contended they had been yesterday named a three- of the calls from going I wool, sweaters for teens.
newspapering and public servo invited to with the man who man fact-finding panel to settlea through.
ice. go I They did improve on last Exquisite mules in gold kid. silver

I club had the and car that to they an Orlando had used night the and dispute the Western between Union AFL unions Telegraph :r co a r's percentage, however, :, [ 11] size 34 originally 6.93_____.___ $3.49 kid. blue satin, white satin. black $6 9 5
:i6..5 rent of theme satin and pink satin by La Mulee. AU
;:.u-SPECIALPermanent Co. over certain caluses in completing per .
home to change
to return __
e I car 75 sales final no returns please
$4
'an-$3.00 Up ] their clothes. He said !ey failed their contract The dispute figured -ages. against only 31-1 per I [ 3 ] size 34 originally 9.50..-.--.- .
: threatened rent la..t l jear.
] in the recent I
lri BEAUTYSHOP i; i jto explain why they club had goneto strike of 50,000 Western Union Western Union reported an increase [24] size 36, originally 6.98..._ $3.49GIRLS'
the Orlando night by way
t: e Iers i. employes.: of 20 per cent in the wire

y x ,of Bartow.- Ching named to the panel Eu- :. business over last year at this After-Christmas Clearance of
Expert Technician r.I-
chairman of the time. Officials said there were
,
Meyer
-116 E. Durda } Phone 3.1(14 gene RAYON CREPE BLOUSES
nn nnnnnxn nn hoard of the Washington Post; no interruptions in service. I

Waldo Emanuel Fisher, University I. i ((41] blouses. size 10.._. Were 3.50 OOMPHIES SLIPPERS
of Pennsylvania professor of The Chinese used 1 silver in
ANNOUNCINGCRYSTALS industrial relations, and CharlesA. making ornaments more than [(51] blouses size 12._ NOW

for all shape Y Horsky, Washington attorney. .4.000 years ago. I [(91 blouses size 1.t.. $1 1,15 Broken Lots

WATCHES i [7J] blouses, size 16-
1 1x
1 HOUR SERVICE
EXPERT WATCH REPAIRING WERE NOW

DLUUIt'O 18 JEWELRY W. Church 8L Girls' Cotton Print

LvtNOW [251] pr. Oomphies ...- ..3.00 $1.85]


QUILTED ROBES [2 ] pro Oomphies 3.50 $1.95

Caldwell &
Harvey y
r .
Modern Home Appliances FORMERLY 6.98 [5 ] pr. Oomphies 4.00 $2.45

i (16] robes. size 6 ..m_______._

Toa'U SALES appreciate' & SERVICE our service department 1 a I [14)] robes. size 8 .-....____ [ 4 ] pr. Oomphies ....3.95 $2.45

CONSULT them' about HalfPriceSale (13) robes size 10 ...
-- 3 49
your RADIO and WASHING MA. $ [521] Oomphies _5.00 $2.95
CHINE Repairs. [16] robes size 12 ...._

PHONE 2213: EDGEWATKR Mm ORLANDO DR. AAA t (14] robes size 14 mOO [41] pr. Oomphies ___5.50 $3.45


I SCREEN ACTOR BRIAN DON- FORMERLY 5.98 [35] pr. Oomphies ___.6.00 $3.95
levy [above: ] filed yesterday a
1 a AT ;;;:PARK new divorce suit in Los Angeles''' '- [(6] robes, size 4 ....._

312 t.1: against Mrs. Marjorie Lane'' ((3J] robes, size 6......_ $2.99
No. Park Av*
(12] robes size 8......
One Block North of the PastofncHandkerchlefs t Donlevy, with whom he has ONCE-A-YEAR --- After-Christmas Clearance of
eSPECIAL
-- negotiated a modified property
r.. settlement providing the FORMERLY 4.98
I, payment r WOMEN'S FINE SHOES 1

: BARnEtt ) I of $125,000 to her [f51] robes. size 4 ...._____..,..... .
the next five She 49
t.1i during years. b [(6] robes, size 6....._ $2.
@ LinEns .1 reportedly will not contest the Broken L otsGIRLS'

ImPOanu action. He charged cruelty and
.7ssy
1. .......twp
previously made sensational
- 'J". I'a.- MS WOOL ROBES WERE NOW
r -- charges of misconduct againsther.

._ MonogramfneDISTINCTIVE_ 1 .
t I! FORMERLY 8.98 [(18] pr. women's shoes22.95 $11.48

;. I LOTION [IS] robes, size 14. -..._._.T._.._. ... 49 "
WEATHER $4
and
WIND '
LINENS !': Postal Receipts I 14[ ] robes. size 16. [13] pr. women's shoes16.95 $$,48FORMERLY


J. For Greater Appreciation 4 6: Up 18 Per CentTotal I I Now for a limited time 9.98 [47] pr. women's shoes__14.95 $7.48
the $1 for only
size
Give Linens From BARNEY'S I Ii, receipts at the Orlando buy 50c [131 robes size 14 ....u_ $4 99

4. i t,I Post Office for the eight-day period - Buy only the$1$2 size for 12)) robes, size 16 [ 1 ] pr. women's shoes_13.95 $6.98
We Gift Wrap t I from. Dec. 16 through Dec.
.
All plus tax
4 Visitors Welcome-We may tempt f,I 24 showed an increase of 18 percent Buy the[SIX Economy$1 sne Carton DOt* prices [341] pr. women's shoes_11.95 $5.98
it was announced by Post- ties) for only $3. Teen Age Cotton Broadcloth I
t. but never urge to buy. BUY NOW
; master J. D. Beggs yesterday.In
Petoske Michigan in the Summer. 1916 during the eight-dav Try [7 ] pr. women's shoes._ 9.95 $4.98

!. ::..:. ::: .;., ..:: = I period prior to Christmas. hoh Guards against chapping AND SAVERemarkable SLACKS SUITS

|I I day receipts totaled $61.131.47 as Z, Soothes skin roughness : FORMERLY 9.98 [(47] pr. women's shoes___ 8.95 $4.48
]compared to $81.547.21 recordedfor 1 1'I Perfect as foundation

the similar period this year. base /J [141 slack suits size 12._.. $4.74 Ivey's Shoe Salon-Second Floor of FashionAfterChristmas
'I Helps protect skin fron [131 slack suits, size 14TEEN '
TOOL FIUM 1IKAII: IHKS head to heels DREW ar( tZ I
TUCSON.: Ariz. [AP) Hans B. I .
i I Kraut. f 6, chairman of the hoard Ivev's' Cosmetic I
I lof Giddings and Lewis :Machine Department I AGE DRESSES

I and Tool Co.. Fond du Lac, Wis., I Street Floor Clearance

I died here yesterday. FORMERLY 7.98
-- -- -----
----
[3] dresses, size 10(41 -. 56 Pairs of Men's
II--H dresses size 12. $3.99
THE [14] dresses size 14.
All WoolWorsted

CHINAMART lot J r1to1Ct luAtwuAtlt4ti GIRLS' WOOL SKIRTS

Slacks
t KtMta<]eIIfW FORMERLY 7.98

OPEN STOCK 10 ... .
o v [5J] skirts size ---

DIMNERWAREopruximatE'lv << &1 lr ltJSIWMlpWi |141[5J] skirts skirts size size 12 I.FORMERLY._: $3.99 Regularly $10 00 to $17.50


'\ 15 Patterns 5.98 Now $6.95 to $8.95

S('. uf for 6 . S7.85 up i Or 121 skirts size 10. -

IMPORTED q5 44c Q 131) skirts. size T> $2.99. A group of really fine slacks in waist sizes 29 to

I 12] skirts size 14. .:!6. Alterations extra.
ENGLISH CHINAS Ivey Girls' Shop-Third Floor

ice for 8 . $49.50 up
I 15 All Wool Solid Color
I..U N Orange Ae. Ph. Z-2Z3
SEATS
TODDLER AUTO $1.95
Free parking/ rear of store _
COATS
I ; Auto seats reg. 4.98 CASUAL SPORTS
I

w awwww.w.w..ww.www.- - --. ;i Toddler Cotton Gabardine Coats Regularly $30.00 95
t. $15
cream shampoo discovery by .
: II''I Kay Daumit, cosmetic wizard, means that 17] coats formerly 4 98. $2.49 NowI
ra i ii a now your hair. too. can. be thrillingly soft, shining I .75
i : I with natural highlights, and infinitely easierto : formerly 1.50 $2.99 Size:: 36 38 40 42 44

manage! [3J] coats formerly 3,98-
: .75 Regulars 1 1 1 1 1 2 I 2
ai Jr Blended with lanolin caps. formerly 1.50.
and secret ingredients.
Shorts I 1 I I 1 I I II'ey's
C I one fingertip of Lustre-Creme Shampoo gives Infants' Department-Third Floor
: Lonzs I I I 4 I 2 I 1
amazing lather in hard or soft water. Leaves
i -no soap film. Needs no special rinse. . .

r ,. Try it-you'll love it. In the light-blue jar SMALL BOYS' LONGIES Ivey's Men's Clothing Department-Mezzanine
at l\ey's Cosmetic Counter. y
[18] pr. longies. formerly 298. .
a (7) pr. longies. formerly 2.75 $1.49
:
4
$1.00
ounce jar_
INNERSPRING 2.75
: e (5) pr." longies formerly

I' MATTRESSES i 1 pound jar_ $3.50 [Broken size range 8 to 121

: BOX SPRINGS Little Boys' Wear-Ivey's Third Floor
C Ivey's' Cosmetic Department
HOLLYWOOD BEDS : Street Floor

i MANUFACTURED: TO YOUR ,,a BOYS' CORDUROY JACKETS YOWELL a
a INDIVIOVAL ORDER
a AT FACTORY PRICES .
A group of boys' jackets in sizes 14 to 16. $5.00 DREW
: Mattreu ReDo.sUDC A 6peefatq! _
995
aayahere ID Central Florida 4 formerly
11 1.
j Tall C. Today
a deep Deter l..tgkl"a DREW / LARGER BOYS' RAIN HATS

ECHOLS BEDDING CO. aa Forme-ly 1 98. these hat are brown or tan. i 99Cbead
.
_
ta Sailor b-Wy Jut Etk II 1a size 6sc upLarger -u u.
taG Cadtrpau The Fashion and Quality Store Since 1894Page
a, Phone Winter Park III I Boys Shop-Ivey's Third Floatn
r. o. Ilea ,n. Oru.<*. ru. The Fashion and Quality Store Since 1894
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