Orlando morning sentinel
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Title: Orlando morning sentinel
Alternate title: Orlando Sunday sentinel
New year sentinel=star
Sunday sentinel=star
Orlando Sunday sentinel=star
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 60 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W.M. Glenn
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: December 6, 1947
Publication Date: 1918-1953
Frequency: daily[<1926>-1953]
daily (except monday)[ former 1918-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division, and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 6, no. 94 (June 1, 1918)-v. 64, no. 32 (July 27, 1953).
General Note: "Inland Florida's greatest newspaper."
General Note: "Independent Democratic." Cf. Ayer, 1946.
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075053
oclc - 02734467
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System ID: UF00079944:00246
 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Morning sentinel
Succeeded by: Orlando sentinel (Orlando, Fla. : 1953)

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

VOL. XXIII-NO. 31240 Tele"",, ": Advertising Want Ads lfil ORLANDO. FLORIDA. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 6. 1947 Editorial General Information J-ltSl EIGHTEEN PAGES


'Holy War' Bloodshed Violent Fightsi i Gala Ball Welcomes

Over PalestineU.S. Mark French



Strike Areas Station.WHOO

: PepperOutlines Plans Government I I .

Embargo On i By CHARLES M, MEISTER. added, "is naturally going to ask Holds ControlPARIS I L WHOO Had A Wonderful Time- I 4,000 PresentAt

r I [Orlando Mom,ng Sen''nel S i rf f :". r tern that we in Florida give it wholehearted ,

.. Paths he favors for giving Florida support:' with co-opera- [UP] Violent bat-
I a better citrus deal and real tion from the State and local poli- InauguralOf
water control to the United States tical sub-divisIOns. tles bordering on civil war '

AmmunitionPlaces price stability averting depression broke out in at least seven ToA
"Today our citrus industry is ar94SrgFFARS
and to the world 'F
were map- LOT
peace "
having tough time said Southern French cities
ped here yesterday by Sen. Claude a very yes-
Sen Pepper, attributing this to ,ti lePvr ABC OutletSentinelStar
Death Toll Nears Pepper in an address which stirred terday but the government
the Kiwanis Club. lack of a good foreign market NorrwU Q aNl
and to the tendency of the highro..t maintained control of Marseillaisby
100 in 'Battles'By Everglades National Park, dedicated 11K67145 ow
of living to lead American throwing 10.000 French Colonial l
today, "is going to have avery
[ The Associated Press direct relationship for Orlando housewives to favor foods she troops from Africa into the strike -1 PQEM R

Belated broughtthe ," said the Senator predicting considers more solid. bound port.Strikers. 6 r 41h-b. s On Air Waves

, reports that many park visitors After outlining difficulties encountered b '
death toll from five daysof will linger and some settle here in continuing efforts to seized control of C)5 lr KITTY HENRY
He predicted that plans to be include substantial amounts of citrus Aries and Saint Etienne for mostof
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MbrSon' ieU)
E" Orlando
bloodshed in the Middle \ o U [IS--V tor
submitted next month by Army in the foreign aid program, he the day, but were dispersed # A" \ : foa
East to nearly 100 last nightas I Engineers will bring before the end said that passage of an amendment Similar attempts in Marseillaiswere : History was made in Cen-

Arabs flocked to recruiting of the Congressional session start- relieving the Commodities suppressed by tanks and a tral Florida last night.
ing then appropriations for an Credit Corporation of bond obliga-
offices and called for a "Holy i over-all Florida water control program tion in proportion to losses it troops.In t' Orlando's society event of

War" to prevent the partitioning including the Kissimmeeand might suffer in fruit and vegetable Avignon, police beat back a 4 the century was staged at
..4 of Palestine st. Johns River valleys as wellas operations for Europe but said 1
, i
mob of several thousand with teargas
the Lake Okeechobee section that Congress may have to appro- the Coliseum in honor of the

The United States placed an and all of peninsular Florida. I Fighting also was reported inaugural of the SentinelStar'snew

embargo on licensed shipments "The Federal Government." he (Continued on Page 2, Col. 5) from Beiziers Narbonne and Per- 10000 watt radio station

of arms and ammunition to pignan. Nice was isolated. r. WHOO Four thousand dinner-

Middle East countries in view While troops battled virtual revolt -
. 5\ coated and evening-gowned men
"of the current disorders" there. Truman Readies SpeechKEY in the South, the Communistled and women, a representative

Three hundred British troops French Confederation of Labor cross-section of the multiple Industries -

flown in C-47 transports from made new peace overtures by appealing Pr' ;; T . -' and professions of the
WEST (API Pres Truman colored tribal shirt but will not
Khartoum in the Sudan helped enjoying his Florida vacation in make him an honorary member of for an audience with Pres. \ \ \ Sunshine State heralded the

put down disorder in Aden, a bright sunshine, took time out yes- the tribE.. Auriol. :i- C ko w As T f E ? night; of nights.

British colony on the Arabian terday to put the finishing toucheson Mr. Truman will speak at 2:51: The Cbuncil of the Republica, r aa WHOO went on the air at noon
I the conservation policy speechhe .m. for 12 to 15 minutes He will CQ
coast, after 25 Arabs and 19 Jews I meanwhile, moved ahead against AL MOST yesterday at 990 on your dial
will deliver at the dedication of occupy a platform with Demo
had been killed in fighting there. the 454,000-acre Everglades Na- cratic Sens. Pepper and Holland violent Communist opposition to t FvERlBootsr Giant searchlights blazoned

The British colonial office said tional Park at Everglades City today and Gov. Caldwell of Florida, In- approve the government dras- across the dark sky and played

the trouble started Tuesday whena I' terior Sec. Julius Krug. and others tic anti-strike bill and send it to their brilliance on Orlando's
The ceremonies will be broadcast
partial Arab strike erupted into More than 20.000 persons, including ,| by both the National Broadcasting -- the printers, the last step beforeit mammoth ball room. Distinguished
an invasion of a Jewish district. Seminole Indians whose I
Company and the Mutual I becomes law. arrivals were spotlighted -
A sullen peace prevailed in most i home is the legendary Ever Broadcasting System, beginning as they entered the hall.
glades, will attend the exercises. The most violent fighting was ;!
of Palestine. Arab leaders and at Z 30 p.m. [IESTI.]
reported from Aries 44 miles On the steps, at the entranceof
the British the Arabsto I The Seminoles. who retreated Mr. Truman is scheduled to
Army kept northwest of Marseillais. where
into the Everglades and never leave Key West aboard the Sacred the Coliseum were the WHOO
themselves in all but the bloody strikers seized the entire city and
signed a formal peace treaty with Cow for the Gulf Coast town of Whoot Owls. a top notch Western
"borderland area' between Jew- I the United States after their des- Naples at 9:30: a.m. arriving thereat ran the clashesNoted police. out of town after band who played rollicking strainsof

ish Tel Aviv and Arab Jaffa. There perate war of a century ago will 10. He will then motor the 40 serious the prairies and the rocky hills

Arab guns cracked along a fh'eI I present the President with a gaily miles to Everglades City
--- Dressed In cowboy style right
miles front. Palestine's death toll. i
boots and saddles, the
Orange down to
by Associated Press count mounted -

to 48. There were four deaths ,, 10 Hollywoodites IndictedWASHINGTON } Whoot Owls were announced by
in Syria during disorders last Dan Daniels one of the key announcers

weekend. I on the WHOO staffIt
Sheriff Dies
..b Arabs of Derna in Libya I lAP) Ten Hollywood -I berman, director-producer; Robert was Hollywood and better,

stormed Jewish metalsmith scenario writers directors I Adrian Scott, a writerproducer - *Never before in the history of the

shops with guns, clubs and and producers were indicted by a : and Albert :Malta, Dalton Mr. Frank Karel 75 twice Sher- I' State has such a gala. affair been
hand grenades, reports from Federal grand jury here yesterday I
iff of Orange county and for 24 Cinderella Girl Presented At Brilliant Ball '
North Africa said. A numberof for refusing to tell a House Investigating I Trumbo, Samuel Omits John I staged. great near great
warden of bridges and
years from the State. county
shops where American soldiers I Committee whether Howard Lawson Ring Lardner
m the county. died last night at
once bought souvenirswere they are Communists or ever belonged Jr. Lester Cole and Alvah Bessie local er.1 and city were present ranging
leveled. !I to that party. !i'enariorit rs. a In 1921 hospital.Mr. Karel was elected Perhaps the happiest girl In everybody could get up on my her first words to become a sin- from the United States Senate to
The charge was contempt of'' Lawson and Dmytryk were Indicted Central Florida today is Miss cloud with me.** Toward this end she played In
In Damascus, Syria, recruiting I Sheriff and served in that capacity the leaders of local business anetmdustrY'
Congress. Their' trials are expectedto only on one count each: the the adMR Peggy Heart winner of the "Dinah Behind this success story, which amateur theatricals and sang alto I
renters able to keep for three terms Under -
were hardly
I begin early in January. If con- others on two. The additional con- Shore of Central Florida" contest, might well be the envy of every solos in church and her school glee .
with the flow volunteers
pace of : victed, they face possible penaltiesof tempt citations were based on re- who was introduced to the publicfor young girl in Florida, lies a Cin clubs. In the foyer the guests were
registering for service to defend up to a year in jail and a fusal of eight to tell the House the first time at WHOOS for- derella-like tale and now she will The five-foot four and a welcomed by Misses June Nicholson
Palestine Arabs, dispatches said. I mal opening ball last night. be known the Cinderella Girl. inch brunette Guylynne Evans. Jean Yothers -
$1.000 fine on each count. Committee on un-American Activities as green-eyed ,
Basic military training was started : Those indicted were Edward whether they belong to the "I feel like I'm walking on air." Born 17 years ago in Gainesville, haU-1 and Mrs Juliana Crowe, of
for volunteers at secondary and ,i Dmvtryk. director: Herbert Bi- Screen Writers Guild. Miss Heart said "and I wish Miss Heart determined almost with. fContinued on Page 4, ("..,). The Sentinel-Star, who were
hieh schools. --- beautiful and gracious symbols of
Wealthy Syrians. made heavy' I I the evenings hospitality Hanley

donations of funds to the '"Palestine , The Weather For Central Florida II In PicturesAt 'Two More Papers Feel No Frost Danger Pogue, of The Sentinel-Star and
Liberation Committee: Newspapers i.
I Col Hinkle of the Coliseum staff,
were filled with reports cf ORLANDO *.V: VICINITY: TODAY'S TIDES Walkout of Typos Seen Through Monday assisted these young ladies at the
Arab wrath at the decision of the Daytnoa Beach. and New" S...".... Beach. Top of PageIn
Partly cloudy mild temperaturestoday LAKELAND r APl] Mild weatheris entrance
UN Tides: High 2 28 a m and 8 45 p m Low
General Assembly to divide tomorrow. 2 53 a m and 9 14 p m I CHICAGO (CUP) Typesetterst in store for peninsular Florida
Palestine the photo at the top of The ball room was a dazzling
into separate Arab and Casa Beach Tide: High 2 J8 a m and t
Jewish states.Stevens 8.55 p m. Low 3 03 a m and 9 24 p m the page are reading left to on strike against two Allen- this morning The FederalStateFrost and beautiful sight palm decked -
Sebastian. Inlet Tide: High 2'i3 a m I Pa., yesterday. Warning Service forecastwas the great arches hung with
i Cracker Jim Sez town newspapers
I : and 8.50 p m : LOW 2 :58 am and 9.19 right: Dickson Brossier and "partly cloudy and mild withno
laurel garlands, and hundredsof
Convicted; II That there blowout over therein PID Sun Phases: Rises 7 03: sets 5 29 Mr and Mrs. W R. Cass In raising to 10 the number of papers frost danger through Monday:' bright flowers arranged oa
I Orlando for them radio fellows center is the scene at the : which have been struck by the '

.. Mercy Recommended was shore a humdinger an M.mum LOCAL TEMPERATURES 80: Minimum 54 Coliseum as the crowd pouredin International Typographical Union AFL Votes $7'/2 Million(/ [Continued on Page 4, Col. 3]

JACKSONVILLE CAP! A Circuit them feet of mine 1 m. n. 62. 1 1I.m. 711 for the WHOO opening [AFL1) in 11 days. In addition -
Court jury late yesterday convicted aint never gonna 2 m. uun. 62 I 2 pm. 77 dance. On the right side of Fund for Politics
J a m. _. f2 3 p.m. . 79 i: the union threatened strikes
Don M. Stevens of first degree stop their hurtin 4 4 am. un n_._-.. 1\1'' 4 pm---- 78 the page are Mr. and Mrs. I WASHINGTON [IAPJ The Amer- 16 SHOPPING DAYS IEFTf
murder with a recommendation Them there tite Sam. .n__-_ 59 I 5 p m. ___ 75 Carl Rose and Dr. E. G. Peek. against the Detroit Free Press and ican Federation of Labor last

for mercy for the AUR/ 30slaying shoes shore aint fir I II .a m.III _____on_ _,_ 55 57 i 17 I fI pm-------P m----- 70 7: FRANK KAREL I the Detroit Times. night announced a nation-wide

of Richard Melvin 45. nothm to be dom no S .m. ____u_._ 55 8 PlD. ._h_ 6.II ends. I Ii I campaign to raise a political fund
_.__ 61 _. career
dancin with. that '. m. 9 11 m. 64
an ,. 10 an. ___u u.__ 1\6 10 11 M. ,nh_.____ 63 Chicago Publisher Hits Tonight's Movies ''of $7'2 million to defeat Congressmen -
fancy city eagle AI s 11 .m. _hnu 71 11 11m uu__ 62 ministration of Mayor Estes he i, who voted for the Taft-Hart-
947 eCetnberl9+1 water may but do it for don'thelp awhile x : Noon H _._ '75 : Midnight H..n 62 was chief of police m which office At U.S. Europe Stand I 351 BEACHAM 553. '755.Fun 11.57 and Fancy Free: I 43 ,ley Labor LawInvitation. I i

.L.. 3 i 74f Hr.I '71t1l TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE he served for a year and a half, ROXY: Fun and Fancy Free: 1'49. 3.51.
TP' f.I none atall near Squire WASHINGTON APf HONOLULU (tAPJ Col. Robert I i
sunup. Weather Bureau report resigning to again seek the officeof 5.53 7:55. 9 57
I Larkin had some plowin for me of temperatures for the 24 hours I R. McCormick GRAND: Wyominr- 24 5.14. 8.04 (aloTtoradero ) editions of the
and charged yesterday
Sheriff. He
6 ending 8 was . .
: 1:OO 3.50. 6 40 9:3O Thanksgiving Day Sentinel-
I to do today but that rascal can Hi.h Lew | Nigh Low served from 1937 until 1941. 1 that the United State Government"has 1 VOGUE: Fun on a Week. .End: 343. 6.49, '
78910111213 jest wait a spell cause I knows Atlanta 63 M I Louisville 54 47 Besides his "idors.. Ida 9.55 'also> Banjo 232. S 38. 8.44. Star are still available for
durn good an well I couldn't cut Atl tic City 52 35 I M.ami 76 73 been conducting itself in Eu- CAMEO The Westerner. 2.00. 3.55. 5.50. mailing to your friends. Comein
Boston 31 18 I Minn-St Pan! 26 24 Karel he is survived by two 74% 1140RlALTO
while the
14 16 17 18 19 202324B262J no strait furrow this mornin. Buffalo 40 24 I Mobile 77 63 sons Frank Karel Jr. and George rope with all the infamy of a : Prairie Raiders: 12.M. 3.50. and order yours hand.
I Shore am glad it amt gonna be Burlintloa 19 13 New Orleans '76 61 European He advo- 7 45. 11 35 'asoi Meet John Doe: 10:00. limited supply is on
II. KareL conqueror.
Chlraso 38 33 Sew York 39 30 be obtained at
150: 5 40 930 The copies can
EJZ2 I fire-wood weather today cause Iwouldnt Clereland 46 30 I Philadelphia 4V Arrangements in charge of cated that Americn turn "from this t COLONY: Th. Unfaithful. 2 31. 4 51 I the circulation desk of the I 7.I.
be able to even cut the i DaDas 61 43 Phoenix 66 42 ..711 931DRIVEIN 1
ElselstE.'m-Wlggmton will be an- sordid scene" and look westwardfor
Denrer 55
21 Sentinel-Star.
Pimburih 55 33 I
load hn, : FtTtJo Kid (&:.0) They Midi
Detroit ;It.u PorU d. U*. 34 14 nounced later. freedom. Ma a KUler; t.43. 10-90


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. State Audit Shows County Budget 'Adequate And Well Kept'

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Page 2 Telephones: 4161 or 3-1681 rlanUn morning &rnttnrl :Saturday, December 6, 1947 I

Lengthy Report

P. Pepper Gives a .

Covers, Five Program For

Florida Aid x.

Offices HereThe i'i
(Continued from Page 1] \

priate additional funds to give people .

County Commissioners yes in occupied countries a more r' v t "
terday received a report of the
nutritional diet, including sufficient
annual State audit of five county x r 3. f a \
vitamin C.Cooperation.
departments for the period ending I
| among all the cit '
June 30. 1947. in which I
rus-growing States is much better
auditors referred to department
report as adequate and well than ever before. Pepper said.

kept. There were relatively few I Quoting with approval the remark \\4T t. :

critical notations and these were\ of a taxi driver who took himto : . tS
of minor nature involving clerical "
the meeting, that prices seemed | ,
errors which had been rectified "
The comprehensive and lengthy likely to go on rising until things

report cohered operations of the y collapsed like a house of cards, the \\\Niee
offices of Tax Collector Carl Jackson kF Senator said that if prices are not :
Tax Assessor Jim Burden,
stabilized "we are doomed to an
County Judge Victor Hutchins '
Circuit Court Clerk Clarence M. inevitable depression" that with

Gay and his successor. Arthur '. ,- prices out of line people would not

Newell and the County Board of THIS FAMILY WENT bock to nature' Pictured near Birmingham subsisting on acorn's, per- want to help Europe and that

Public signed Instruction.by Steele The H. Partain reportwas above is Mrs D H Kitonis, 29 with her five Simmons and other food that could be found without a stable economy we wouldbe

auditor and John F. Bergert, children and four brothers and sisters.who nearby Mrs Kitoms father was also living unable to help Europe. I

assistant State auditor. were found living in a small, one-room shack with the family Saying that it would be practi- f
-- =-- - ..: :"""' ;r.n.. riwiitt
The report of former Circuit : - -- -- - -- -- -- -- cally impossible to roll prices back. I J"'JIittIiT..w1 :

Court Clerk Clarence Gay, now I and beverage licenses and $834 I he said the alternative was stabilization GI BECOMES BUDDHIST PRIEST in ceremony renamed Ncn: ,-is pans i,, ".oa.. .me

State Comptroller, covered the 045.36 motor vehicle licenses. The Demands Seen AheadNEW on present levels and that : above. T-5 George Levy, with the U S occu- University of Chicago after his discharge from J

bis period resignation from Jan.Oct.1.8 and 1946 show-until operational Tax Collector budget stayed for within the period his I I "if we are going to freeze any potion forces m Japan takes the vow and was the Army.
-- -- -
ed that for that period he had ; dg.ith- section of the economy well haveto
I which he a balance of YORK CAP) Admonitionthat NAM head who from boiler
received from State and County rose "
I freeze all of them. with needed PrichardsMr
Son Born
Tax redemptions $3.06241. and 616087. everyone must work longer' washer to president of the Corn Atom Workers to
| May
of Assessor JimBurden's adjustments to follow.
from' sale of county lands $265- I The and harder and a forecast of con- Products Refining Company. and Mrs J. W Pnchard yesterday -
56151. | books showed that in'' tinued pent-up demand ahead for'' He said he thought it would be "I still feel optimistie about I afternoon became the parents -
homestead property exemptions goods was given the National As- "a wonderful thing if the workweek peace" said Pepper, "if we don't of a 7-pound 8 ounce boy
audit of his RIDGE. Tenn. I IUPI I A Commission
The records kept by I 1946 amounted to $31.099.620 and Energy; as "security"
sociation of Manufacturers last increased"In
successor, Arthur Newell, carried was just let a match be struck, if we scheduled strike next Tuesday b\ He has been named Timothy
I Iun. non exempt properties totaled night at the closing session of its this he was joined by Charles don't have! an explosion in this information which cannot be Blythe.
2.800 workers
through the period to June 30, uranium separation
$79,224,780 or a total of 110324. 52nd:! annual congress of American E. Wilson president of the Gen war-laden atmosphere." published. -- - --
threatened last nieht
The auditors noted that 400. Intangible property was to interrupt
eral Motors who said
Miles of county property acquired I '' Industry. Corporation the nation output of atomic Carbide and Carbon whose
listed as valued at $110421,500 the Asking how many In the room Tile-O-Plastic
combination of high Govern-
under a legislative act of 1943 had I Excess income was set at $46.-I :Morris Sa\re Montclair: ment cost and need for' aid abroadwas would survive if war with Russia energy both for war and peace- $500 million gaseous diffusion
continued to decline as indicatedby 245.57 in 1946 and $15,351.78 in N J., newly elected NAM: president "an impassable bar the were permitted to occur. he said time uses and emergency negotiations plant occupies a 600-acre sectionof WALL TILEA
the total of $36,121.98 collected said at his first news conference across were under way to head it '
1947. The latter was carried as a path of in without 'let us not accept the idea that the 90-square-mile Oak Ridge:
increases wages Dow Chemical Plastic
by Newell. cash resource while the 1946 account that while he was no longer hours." war is inevitable unless it becomesthe off. reservation was reported stand-
It was noted also that on Feb. crystal gazer, he could not "see One of the basic and most HARDWARE
was apportioned in amountsof The 3.000 industrialists at the last hope of our survival or of ing firm against the wage increasem WYCKOFF
1. 1947, the Clerk remitted $5.-i $20,068.24:: to the County Com- anything but continued pent up Waldorf-Astoria for the three- the preservatIOn of our way of vital :steps in atomic production negotiations which were begun: ?524 S_ Kuhl Phone 2-2821
002.64 to the County Commission1ers missioners and $26.177.33 to the demand ah ad day congress heard Thomas S. living" -the breaking down of Tuesday and continuing last :If1 I

as surplus proceeds of tax Board of Public Instruction. "I don believe any of us are Holden president of the F. W Pepper urged that the public not uranium .isotope 235; -was involved night
deed sales unclaimed by former, Assessor Burden likewise stayed working as hard as we can or Dodge Corp.. New York, a fact- tie Washington's hands by being in the first major labor
owners. I within his budget and showed a ought to under the circumstances finding organization for the build- too uncompromising about Russia dispute at this huge scientificand
The Clerk's cash resources balance of $7.538.22. :' said the 62-year-old ing industry amplify the NAM the speaker added ''I'm not talking industrial concentrationborn WARREN'SFine
amounted to 2445911. He etay-| Audit of fees collected by ----- recommendation for about appeasement. I'm talking during the war.
a maximum
ed within his budget for the audit County Judge Victor Hutrhins Federal budget of $31 billion for about an honest and equitable effort The orkers, seeking a blanket Furniture Ie
period which was completed with\ showed that a total of $17.310 the fiscal year of 1949. one of to find a basis of agreement." 25-cents-an-hour increase over all FLOOR CO'ERISGSAPPLUSCES
a balance of $7.13804 with 3, was taken of which $6,143 came Rogers Reveals the planks- in the associations He concluded with a statementthat present wage levels, were membersof
months to to the end of the
go ] from licenses 6350.70 the still to "the Chemical
game anti-inflation program. way is open the Gas Coke and 100 Fairbanks Ate -:- Winter Park
fiscal year. from drivers licenses and $4.- ereatest prosperity and the longest Workers Union and Employes of Open Monday Evenings
The auditors cited Tax Collector 887 from marriage licenses.' lie Such a budget ceiling Holden" peace the human race has ever enjoyed the Carbide and Carbon Chemicals -
Carl Jackson for well kept records staged' within his operational I said is "entirely practical ." Corp.
Control Plans
and noted that collections were II In proposing the $31 billion
budget and unexpended
was the
I I The wage demand was main
good with an average of 98 per'' $5.042.83. limitation. Earl Bunting retiring 'i feature of a 24-pomt union program PAINTWALL a 4EL XxAatw .
cent on the general rolls and 951 I president said it could be accom- Three Reported
The auditors indicated that the .
whIch also included premium ale
[ pe ,1 to! C -roVrn> ( '' Sent'nel l] without .
per cent on intangible rolls. The budget of the Board of Public I rg I' plished skimping on any for odd-hour shifts and more PAPER ..
total tax collections for the period)I' I WASHINGTON-In a speech to essential Government functions!. pay
Dead In Blast
Instruction was well prepared and favorable holiday and overtime TELEX HEARING CINTIRtaDR. :
the House yesterday Rep. Rogers veterans benefits aid. |
were luted as $3454.71434 of commented that the financial or foreign provisions. Hanes Paint Store .
which 2236308.93 laid the foundation for his fight at Largest item in the CAMERON: La. [TAP Three I
represented recommended ) men
position of the Board was good. I The present pay levels were Z3 s. Main Pb Hn P. D. NAPIER I
general taxes. $138.72654 intangible the next regular session of Congress budget i<: $9.100 millionfor were reported killed and two were
The report also took note of the classified by the Federal Atomic S31 Cathcart. St Ph. 2-057
tax, $150,055.72 occupational fact that all maturities of bonds for $5 million for south national defense. a figure mjured yesterday when an oil exploration I --
and principal, including July l., Florida flood control. )I which Holden said would not Impair boat exploded in the u.u.u.uu. u.uu. .U.UtrC
Mr. Rogers entered the debate security Gulf of Mexico 18 miles off the '
1947 without maturities default had been paid: on the European aid bill by taking i A maximum of $6.500 million Cameron Parish shore. +t'Gifts for All Occasions"a THE LONGVVOOD HOTEL
the floor and telling the House for Lawrence A. L %
was listed veterans benefits Believed dead were
The control of the
o\eral general budget listed unexpendedsums item that when it came to assistance and Holden exo'ained that the Pizzo. James Villot and A. J. Lan- The Smart Gift Shop % Just oft Rt 17-9Z, midway between Sanford and Orlando. Tel. 8lwood M I

with Federal funds, the home two large items in that classifi- dry of Morgan City La.. crew HCor FEATURING COMPLETE DINNERS
DIAPER: SERVICE : of 7591.66 on its $1.281.647 South St. and Grant Ave. P> $1.50SALE
estimate for 1946 and balance of front came first. I cation are pension and readjust- members of the Pure Oil Co. explosion Phone J-Jllt r. With Smorgasbord ond French Onion SouJSAGY.Y.Y.PY.31TTTf7ieRz .... ,. ...
For Rnerv.tlene or Immediate DeliveryPHONE boat Leo Huff. t
I $$67,354.33 on its estimate of $1-, The Congressman said that ment benefits.
23357OVERNIGHT I 721.841 for the 1947 period. In' aid to Europe was for the general -- : gAh
welfare, but that "we must I
capital outlay 48881.89 was expended OUT OUR WAY
on a budgeted $1,395.198 not minimize the debt we owe

AND in 1946 and $122.211.62 on estimated the home folks." VCU MAKE ME PUT wE HAD FOR YEAQS
-- -- -- - --
DAYTIME $1849441 in 1947. Rogers said he hardly believed It. I ALL AFTERNOON r:;: IN TO HAVE AN' YEARS = -
DELIVERY --- --- would be possible to get the flor-
When you order mer- ida aid bill through the special CULTURE METHEMON AND THIS THIS--YEARS I' r.
chandise from Orlando DOWNTOWNLocated session and that he felt his remarks TH' WAY HOME IS THEIR AN -- s r
about European aid would PARK ME IN A DUMPCHRISTMAS s PARKWG = -
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delivery by Sentinel-Star Reached I help pave the way for favorable KE THHOURIS tF
Express the Jack Rabbit I From 120 N. Granite and action for Florida early in the New ,
Line that leaves daily on OWL BOOK SHOP Year.
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Meeting Monday 'f i- V ) ono vi
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SERVICE address the Central Florida Bee
i11d tar > REPAIR keepers Assn. at a meeting Mon- I
c.u.U Call "Scotty" of day at 8 pm. in Orange County

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I Saturday, December 6, 1947 (rlanbn Oarntita ftnrtuttl Telephones: 4161 or 3-1681 Page 3 ''I f"


To Be Drive Denied Your tile Carl Right! Highway Around City Planned : .

The best way to protect yourself : : -: $., :"> : : .
Is with an American Fire a ,, fl"f ",< ;
& Casualty Company policy. . \. 4 -.<'J'. 'v.,

.ria'lava' MONIY-.rln.lIumlMr. Fr Your months voter t. and nay Route To Help :. 5.
tile ..miu.... -Yi' Sufferer In Th. South Now Take -

c-2223 bad dampness and Cover I
i'r after UpGABARDINE
DON MOTTPh. __ make the nuaclea -
;. feel BO sore and painful. Often you s .
8118 128 S. Court St. Traffic SeenThe atari to feel quick relief after the nrrtgpoonful
Caution Lie only aa di
rected. Today-get a bottle of C2223.Apcfurcof v
Orlando Planning and Zon- t m

Favorite ing Board will recommend to the _
city within the next 15 days plans

Gift for a high-speed four-lane freeway IlK
Companions '
32 miles in length,encircling WATCHcon'Ix
Orlando and Winter Park, to pro-I a.

vide a by-pass route for through I

auto traffic keeping it away from I Mw -
the already congested city streets.
. A special meeting has been call-
ed by William J. Mullin. chairman -
of the planning commission . fine, lightweight gabardine, j jIn
r.rnt w.s.uea iU a..e. Or+ N ,
to take action on the proposed i i
I project within the next few days.
I Herbert L. Flint city planning expert soft, 100% 'l. Ycu'II like. .
has announced completionof 3 S
.x I the working plan for the pro- L
ject.City ENJOY THE BESTIN it with your new, new clothes for
Engineer A. B. Herndon in
whose office the plans have been
prepared stated that plans con- A e FLORIDA in tune with fashion it's the \ ',

template modem cloverleaf entrances -I

t intersecting to the highways freeway such from as all. _..-u _1'u._ ._k__
S. Route 441 from the northwest I CLAUDE MILLWEE, 18, Fort Cobb, Okla., holds onto Big Boy,
Routes 17 and 92 from the northeast
6 and southwest Route 50! his grand champion steer at the International Livestock Ex- DRESSED POULTRY It features two deco- r,

Gulf to Ocean Highway] from i! position in Chicago. Henry W. Marshall, president of the Ex- '
east and west and Route 14 from I position, is shown presenting the Blue Ribbon to the youth.
Ex. $
the southeast. I ---- --- Large m -- -- --- .90 rative pockets, is lined with smooth ,
Planner Flint said that the pro- I'
SHIRTS. . posed program is one for the' Winter Park High FIc. Grade A large .85 :
future and not for hurried action( DoctorsNamed rayon satin' In black only. ;

By Wing Essley and TruvaL See He said it is a "definite feasible 'Broadcasts I Fla. Grade A Med. 80c a
fine stock of broadcloth. Today
our workable program that must
bed SIZES 7 TO 15
woven Madras and Oxford cloth 1 i -* i
agreed upon by city WINTER PARK When the
shirts In solid,colors and stripes State as a line of procedure to be 1 Winter Park High School begins Unit leaders FLORIDA GRADE A
Several different collar styles . '
followed in all future developments its series of weekly boradcasts
button down wide spread tables ." ,High News at 10:30: a.m. today
tab and regular collar. Sizes 14 Miss Audrey Packham professor CUT UP POULTRYNecks
Orlando $39.75
to 17. Sleeve lengths 32 to 35 Appointment of two i iI
You can't stretch a policy ann a of education at Rollins College will
inches fire Better get that additional In. be interviewed by Lois Whitmoreof physicians to command newly activated -

snrance today. It doesn't make any the Radio Production Club medical units of the organized lb. __m ___ _$ .25
2.65 to 3.95 difference where yon have your Miss Packham will discuss what I
present insurance We can write that reserve was announced
I I additional Insurance part radio does and can play in yesterday by Third Army headquarters Wings and Gizzards, lb. .50 I{
the field of education. .
Geiger Mutual Ins. Agency
NECKTIES . . The news broadcast which will
246 S. Orange Ave. Phone C23I be a feature of each Saturday MaJ George \V. Edwards Or- LEGS THIGHS LIVERS

By Superba Cheney and Regal I morning's program oy' the Win- lando city health officer, will direct { and BREAST, lb. _ $1.00
Stop In today and select the right ter Park High School Radio Pro- the medical detachment of
tie for HIM. We have a fine ABCDIAPER duction Club will be presented 87th Division Artillery, while Lt.
selection of silks wools and knit. this morning by George Saute Col. Donald C. Hart*ell. with BROILERS ROASTERS
ted ties. In bold patterns solid SERVICENew Jr. Jonathan Dunn Rankin is Florida Sanitarium and Hospital -
will be in charge of that of
colors and British stripes. president of the club.
Accounts and Future 326th Transportation Truck Bat- -
Reservations Are Solicited talion. .
1.00 to 2.50
of Shoeless Bride
Telephone %-1111i Body i Col Hartwell who served five We dress our own poultry in our

Found in TrunkT years, is authorized two battle sanitary room. Be candle and
Use our Lay-a-way Plan For .
TVr: -;'ON N.J. [API The stars and had war duty In the grade all eggs.TheEGG.
ChristmasILOHPRB54 RADIO shoeless body of Mrs. Berniccvjiuu European Theater Maj Edwards ? I\eys Junior Miss StopThiT4 .
served for three years m the '
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Uuiioo :11 36 a bride of a
Southwest Pacific area. and is authorized BASKET
tC \ f! month, was found today doubledup
p its area ribbon with two
Fast-Efficient m the trunk of her car and
bronze stars and the PhilippineLiberation
Guaranteed Work her husband Vincent was taken 629 N. GarlandPh. e- F
Medal with star.
MEW'S SHOP COOPER'SMusic into custody quickly for police one I
Questioning. She had been strangled 4300 I
120 Orange Store I Hodges Speaks Today Ii i
20 W. Cfcorcb 6tORLANDO'S
I Albert Hodges will answer Bib-
462,000 Gallons/ lical questions and speak on Th
i Ten Rules of Life at the open air
Of Gas
Explode i I Eola Park Forum today at 2:30: 7, N wti Mti "
SEGUNDO. Cal I lAP] An explosion p.m. St .
set off during a severe j jI
electrical storm. touched off more Starlet Better After I
than 462000 gallons of gasolinein
a storage tank at the StandardOil Sleeping Pill OverdoseNEW s

Co. refinery yesterday. killingone YORK [UP] Starlet Cathy
MOST COMPLETE man and injuring another. 3 t .
Dart of Cartersville Ga., a former
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e GIFT ASSORTMENT New York Powers model said yes-
r DEPENDABLETYPEWRITER terday she accidentally took an
W- ? 47 North Orange Avenue overdose of sleeping tablets which
almost caused her death after she
Repairs and ServiceOn was drepped by her studio and eti
? Elk1 f All Standard !Makes after a quarrel with her boy friend. I I t

HOWELL'S OFFICE MACHINES She was recovering.

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WALTZ FOX-TROT RHUMBA Explodes, Three Lost
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Mexico 10 miles off the coast of
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Due to the many requests for a class in Beginners 531 Cathcart St. Phone 2-0576 three crewmen were listed as missing / I
Ballroom Dancing, we are inaugurating a new policy /// ,
J IJ\ Sorry . classes most be limited as tc number of last night -
PUPIls. Beginners showing exceptional talent will be I /
J"> accepted for advanced training Private lessons are
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[r Page 4 Telephones-::-4161 or 3-1681 (!grlanbn l fHorntttg firntlnrl Saturday- ,-December 6, 1947-

Heard I Chester Band Citrus Asks New Plan .

y To Play Here ,
WASHINGTON UP) A nine- Thursday this week were comparatively .
Thousands t: . t man committee from the citrus light being only about half
By ; ; .' tt Again TonightAgain industry yesterday urged the Agri- i the number of a year ago Grape-

. t culture Department to initiate a fruit movement was about the
program which they hope will same, but tangerine
tonight gay couples will _ _
solve problems arising from surpluses ruled a third heavier than for the
ABC Carried swirl to the music of Bob Chester's o corresponding period in 1948Todavs .

I o national name band at the Coliseum : According to a department announcement auction averages were-

,| the committee sought Oranpes interior fruit in wire-

Ir w. S. (PREACHER) ALLEN "Success of its initial appear- a program under which! the USDA bound boxes. $2.23. compared with _ _
City dtor, Orlando Mom, Sentinel] I would emphasize research on new $2.30 the previous Friday, tan-
The eyes and ears of Orlando ance here last night for the ball uses and new markets for citrus. Eerines $2.13. against $2.81 last

and Central Florida focused on I I marking the opening of Radio study transportation cost and efficiency Friday: and interior Marsh p ape-

a new listening post yesterday and Station WHOO" said W. R. Kemp. gather information on fruit. $2.06, compared with $2 30( _ _
shortly before noon radio dials marketing competition between last week
owner-operator of the Coliseum,
switched to 990-WHOO was almost !- &iy ( fresh and canned citrus. find out Members of the committee
on the air. V ; "was accompanied by congratulations if it is possible to sell citrus in under the chairmanship of F R
I on the fact that the band mesh bags analyze the factors Wilcox assistant
general manager <.
awaited opening of
The long
Central Florida's newest and LL 'L5 had been retained for another which boost or lower citrus prices of the California Fruit Growers

one of the State's most powerful I -'s ;: $ .. dance. and try to find a way to control Exchange. are A. Vernon Saur-
radio station 10,000 watts and I4 % "This will start at 10 p.m., immediately the citrus nematode a pest in the man. grower. Clearwater. Fla.: J

carrying American Broadcast- .A'Y : following the Junior Southern and Southwestern citrus W Reitz. United Growers and

big Co. network programs-was ".::5\ League Follies. Past policies regarding belts. Shippers Assn.. Orlando. Fla: R _

approaching and no one within ( .f,:.< .:. \ reservations will be con- :Meanwhile a USDA bulletin D. Robinson. Dr. Phillips Canning

close proximity of a radio I tinued. from Lakeland. Fla. said citrus Co.. Orlando. Fla.: Robbins Russell -

wanted to miss the great event. i i"t "Men: and women who thrilledto fruits continued to bring lower general manager. Mutual
Orange Distributors Redlands.
prices and auction
At high noon WHOO went on the orchestra's individual averages on
Cal: W. H McCracken' president.
: the 10
markets in the East
the air as scheduled the official ., treatment of popular numberslast Treesweet
0 Products Co.
. Santa
i-t \: .. Thursday were below those
night said it
marked the was to
opening being by '. >: \ easy week earlier Ana Cal : Alden Drury. general
of three Orlando minis- : '" .' understand the reputation which on oranges. grapefruit o
prayers manager Texsun Citrus Exchange,
Ae. and tangerines, the Fed
ters-Rabbi Morris A. Skop. of I -'-...-.,.'1.' '. Chester has built through yearsof ral8tatearket: News Service We laco. TexW: F. McCardle

Congregation Ohev Shalom; Dr. : ril't tJt ; ( playing the outstanding hotels reported. We!$<'co Foods Co.' Chicago. L. D.
Paul C. Carpenter president of \ and theaters in every section of ,
./ ? f. I Eberhard. distributor. Grand Rap- _ _
the United
the Orange County Ministerial . i States. Meanwhile. straight rail car ids, Mich.. and Chas. A Rogers.
Assn. and pastor of the Central : shipments of
"It is believed that their reportsto oranges through Alamo Tex.
Christian Church: and the Rt. tI friends will assure a splendid
Rev. Msgr. John G Bishop of the rpfl 'f' turn out for the largest dance hall

St. James Catholic Church. ) ) I and entertainment palace in the Christie Play Well Received

Interest in the station's openIng //I I Southeast. .

was displayed all over Or- ,I _ ,r. I The Winter season for the Orlando I TEN LITTLE INDIANS'By
lando. Radios In barber chops Little Theater was Inaugurated Agatha Christie
and private homes turned to GOP Demos last night at Sorosis House Cast! In Order of AnoraranreRoaers _ _

990 on the dial. All other establishments 'lt by the presentation of AgathaChristie's . the. butler. . mad Coykendthl
Sir Rogers
with radios available t mystery of crime and housekeepertin
i i 0 Foster
.. Benjamin
likewise dialed 990. I To Split Cast punishment Ten Little Indians, Warracott boatman __ Bill Robert
before an appreciative audience. Vera" Claythorne secretary:
Passersby in the business section Shirley. McKInney
The famed
Broadway success Philip Lombard, guest Don Kokot
of the 1.\
the Of
hearing prayers ; ConventionsPHILADELPHIA
last .
night had spectators asking Anthony Maraton ROOSt Al SikeaVillia7i
three ministers against a back- what the "ten little Indian" fig- I \ Blore detective Bill Jacob

ground of soft organ music C f API Directing urines had to do with the seriesof i I I Oen Emily MacKrnrle Brent Roost brat Mrs Lloyd A. K Oallher Kupfer

stopped to inquire "Is that the 1 1 ........ heads of the 1948 Republican and murders that take place on an I Sir Lawrence W-anrate (next.
new radio station?" or "Is that It.: Democratic National Conventions, i Deel usnuerLarry
isolated island off the coast of Dr _
; guest
WHOO?" : : ;.'.. which will be held here next Summer England during the offing, but : h Lenr

Shortly after the opening pray- yesterday agreed to split Miss Christie concealed each clue

ers Pepper.the delivered speech of at Sen.the Kiwanis Claude' WHOO RECEPTION SINGERS: Left to right Miss Darns An the ball Peggy Heart, who entertained as singers at the o equally equipment the cost at of Convention erecting physical Hall.- with such skill that even the most succeedd been in tight in getting places out before of them.It and.

Club luncheon. was broadcast over dersen, 14-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs Martin Andersen Coliseum party for the WHOO opening last night. Walter S. Hallanan, chairman of ardent. who-did-it fans were perplexed I would be most difficult and '

WHOO. the only station to carry Mrs. Mary Jo Stroud Davis and the Cinderella queen of I the arrangements committee for It was good entertainment, unfair to single! out any of the

his address. the GOP convention. said he and I packed with plenty of suspense \ other members of the east for
Sen. Pepper was in Orlando for William N. Roach managing director special mf'ntion-th all did _ _
and surprises, and each player was
the reception and ball at the Coliseum staff that they may be used of Radio Station WHOO of the Democratic convention very welL Mrs. Crystal Walaton.
Thee for the Glory of God and : Gala Affair Greets excellently cast for his part. Shir-
last night which celebratedthe
agreed at a Conference yes- ley McKinney as Vera Clay- the director Is to be highly con
the welfare of mankind.
stations opening. terday to work toeethcr- on nrnh- thorne the secretary carried the gratulated on her work.
"We in the name of our
At noon. phone calls which Lord. Amen.pray" I I [Continued from Page 1] !I papers, on the happy occasion. Speight also introduced featured !lems common to both conventions female lead in grand style and Those who missed this first per-
'o constantly beseiged Sentinel- Msgr. Bishop said: Dancing began at 9 o'clock witha members of his staff and the "Since the Republicans meet, gave a convincing interpretation formance of the Little Theater

Star switchboard operators sud- i "Our help is in the name of the tables surrounding the Grand March. intricately led Voices of WHOO. These included first we will do" the spade work," Don Kokot. as the swash-buckling group's 1947-48 season's attractions -

denly ceased. But at UIOO in the Lord Who hath made heaven I dance floor. A fitting reminderof by twelve beautiful artists' modelson Larry Scarborough program director said Hallanan. "however we will adventurer Philip Lombard really should be sure to attend the

'the first few hours of operation and earth. The Lord be with you the occasion was the huge the arms of the gentlemenfrom George New hart, adver- do everything to harmonize both o made the audience believe he had January offering, Dear Ruth. _ _
several hundred calls were registered in thy spirit. I owl the official insignia ofHOO the speakers' table. This I tising director Delmar Nicholson programs in a move" to obtain sat-

as Orlandoans and Cen- \\ on the stage. was a spectacular and beautiful expediter. Ray Paschall. official isfactory results.
tral Floridians made inquiriesand "Let us pray. sight the girls wore gorgeous "funny-paper" reader, Stanley The Republicans will hold forth .
"Heavenly Father. AlmightyGod Martin as U.S. Seeks To Halt WU Strike 1
the were -
Receiving guests
congratulated station officials humbly beseech Thee to hoop-skirted crinoline gowns in Beck chief engineer Ted Coving- the week of June 20 while Jhe,

on the clarity of receptionand bless, and we sanctify this Station and o Misses Andersen Marcia, his and daughters.Dorris Andersen. the- the best story-book Southern ton announcer Ruth Smith, director Democrats July 12.Marshall will. open their convention -, o WASHINGTON (fUPl) The Government would be completed by Dee. 15 1
the opening of another of women's activities and i
all those associated with it and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Balch. Mr. editor- redoubled its efforts last and "the strike could: come anytime -
educational and
radio station In Orlando. I Bob Chester's famous band programs.
else in it, and do Thou Jr,1Mr I
everything and Mrs. Walter P. Speight
played for the dancing contributing commentator of Radio Society. night to head of a Christmas- after that-preferably during
Nearly 200 congratulatory mes- vouchsafe to guide and direct and Mrs. J. C. Brossier Mr. Uses
telegraph strike union
and season
Freda as
Hilton. traffic
much to the pleasureof manager Christmas week when the com
those in for the honor and
sages were delivered to the station charge and Mrs. Merton Austin. Mr. and director of children's sources said that Western Union
from persons in every walk\ of life glory of God and the good of the Mrs George New hart. Mr. and the guests. programs. pany's business is at a peak."
Telegraph Co. emplojes "are voting
At 10 o'clock Walter P. Speight Marjorie Patterson feature an- -
and representing all types of. en- country. Mrs Lynn Grace U.S. ApproachLONDON
substantially" in favor of
ni.lrnd Jr., manager of WHOO. acting as nouncer and head of copy department I very
terprise. "Bid thy angels to watch overit I Warlow Barr and Mrs I
Master of Ceremonies. introducedthe Charles Thomas chief news a walk out.Government. Eye Gouge Frat
Included among the messages and repel from it ever assaultof A. H. Smith Jr. Bill Berry news and I r TAP! U. S. Sec. _
floor show. This was the high announcer.
were those of: Glenn Ramsey. the enemy. fill the directors As the guests were welcomed Dan,I of State Marshall challenged I officials said that

southeastern manager Press Association with the spirit of knowledge of those who passed near the batteryof light of the professional evening, acts providing and Daniel special, sports program announcer announcer and an; Soviet Foreign Minister Molo- I Cyrus S. Ching, director of the Episode Brings
radio news division of Associated wisdom and of thy fear. Grant microphones which carried the toy point blank yesterday to Federal Mediation and Conciliation -
I excellent local talent. First, to amusing and surprise presentation Prison
Press; Gov. Millard Cald- them grace from above that sounds of this exciting party to I Lynn Brudon famous car- state Russia's price for Ger- Service, conferred secretly Sentences
the crowd's great
well. Senators Pepper and Holland !- whatever they advocate, will be the radio audience over WHOO I the comedy team amusementicame of Pryde I toonist on the Sentinel-Star saff.I man unity. Molotov replied with Western Union officials I HUNTINGTON, W. Va. tTJPJ
: State Sen Walter B. Fraser, for the good of aiL were interviewed briefly by Mrs. forward his inspired with\ a new attack upon the earlier yesterday at New Yorkin
and Next that beautiful bringing Two of
Day. was members
an unrecognized
effort to breathe life
State Treasurer Edwin Larson. Marjorie Patterson and Larry Western powers' in an new
Thee 0 God of might
"We character. "Cracker Jim. who
Mark Woods president. American pray through whom Scarborough and Ted Covington and popular local chanteuse. MaryJo I'' Germany.The Into the deadlocked negotiations i high school fraternity" were sen. .. _ _
wisdom and justice Davis who sang with several was revealed as the Sentinel-
Broadcasting,: Co.: John Norton authority is rightly administered. featured artists of WHOO's staff New York bands prior to her returnIng Star's featured newsman Hanley sharp exchange cameas They said Ching had attempted i tenced to two to five yean in a

and Robert Kinter vice presidentsof laws are enacted and judgment Mrs. Barr. Mrs. New hart and Mrs I to Orlando to make her' Pogue. the four-power foreign to get the company to make a I State prison yesterday after admitting -

ABC; Lee Jahncke. managerof decreed, assist with thy holy spirit Smith also took turns at the home. Third on the program was The remainder of the eveningBob ministers. in their tenth meet- ,!1 wage offer to counter the demandsof !1 that they tried to gouge

station relations. ABC: T. J. of counsel and fortitude the President -'microphones to describe particu- the great professional harmonica Chester and his musicians ing for treaty discussionshere three AFL unions for a 15-cent out the eyes of a school pupil who

Mahoney. Miami Daily News; o of these United States that I larly effective ball gowns worn'I Io virtuoso. Stan Fisher. Next came again held sway and Auld tackled the thorny issueof hourly general wage boost. sought a date with the girl friend _ _
Beulah Backwoods Prof. Edwin P. his administration may be con- : by some of the ladies as they pretty young Dorris Andersen. Lange Syne at one o'clock this I Germany's economic future ) Results of the conferences were of a fraternity member.

Granberryy. of Rollins College; ducted in righteousness and be o arrived on the scene. soprano. followed by the wonder morning brought a satisfying without agreement indeed I not disclosed. i i In passing sentence Common

and the Orlando Negro Chamber eminently useful to Thy people Entering the great ball room. dance team of Woods and Bray. close to a ball which will be long without\ sign of concession or Government sponsored negotiations I Pleas Court Judge H. Clay Warth

of Commerce. t over whom he presides the guests found that music was adagio dancers of amazing skill; remembered by thousands of compromise between the East I' between the three AFL!: castigated secret organizations

In his prayer. Rabbi Skop said: "We pray for his excellency.. the also provided for their arrival just back in this country from a'' merrymakers in Central Florida. I and the West. unions and Western Union collapsed -i within public schools for "taking

"Almighty God and Father of Governor of this State, and for all here, for on the stage was continental tour i Although the great hall con- ---- earlier this week when the I 1, the law into their own hands."

all Mankind. those who are appointed to guardour Tommy Ryan. baritone of As a finale to the show. the I tained so many hundreds of fun- Florida Air Firm company rejected a Governmental Robert _ _
"We stand this hour in humble political welfare. We recommend Sammy Kaye band fame and Master of Ceremonies read a telegram seeking socialites. perhaps the proposal that the disputes be set- The boys were Richard -

prayer and ask Thy blessing as we I likewise to Thy unbounded Joseph MeLees. musical director from Paul Whiteman disclosing streets leading to the festive Sued In tled by arbitration. ,, T. Patterson, 19, and _ _
dedicate this marvel of the human mercy. all our fellow citizens of \\'IIOO. at the organ con the well-kept secret of the i scene had twice that number of ChicagoFor I An official of the Comercial E. Fendergast, maintained 20, both

mind based on Thv laws of throughout the United States that sole. winner of the "Dinah Shore of I interested spectators hoping fora Plane I Telegraphers Union-one of the i I 1 Iluntington. In They the Sigma MaI
Nature Mechanics and Physics they be preserved in union. peace At 8:30: W. J. Steed and Charles Central Florida" contest. He glimpse of the celebrities who DamageCHICAGO three unions Involved-said Western I after graduated

which we call Radio. I and hapoiness May the blessing O Andrews Jr.. as joint Masters then presented this young ladyto were the guests. The radio station fAPl One airline Union's 50.000 employes "are I fraternity being _
'Ve pray thy blessings on the of Almighty God. the Father. the ef Ceremonies. introduced the distinguished the audience as WHOO's girl was launched into the air of sued another for $3.000 yesterday expected to vote overwhelminglyto I from high school.J _ _

men and women who have :. Son and the Holy Ghost descend guests seated at the singer. Miss Peggy Heart. Miss Central Florida in splendor and charging that the tail of its strike. He added that early J They pleaded guilty to charges _ _

dreamed this dream and todaysee upon us and remain forever" I speakers' table. with their wives. Heart proved her singing talent glory. This ball broke all precedent -I parked plane was damaged by the and "limited returns indicate a of assault against Ravael Basti-

the fruition of tireless labor These gentlemen responded in I by singing two songs to a highly in perfection of appointments propeller wash of a landing shIp. very substantial affirmative vote." nelli. 19. last May 19 because he

prepared and ready for service. Jury May Get Citrus spirited fashion. congratulatingthe appreciative audience. '' and magnitude of performance The suit. filed in Circuit Court This official said the strike vote sought a date with the girL _______

With grateful hearts we In- new station. and the news- During the intermission Mr. History was made I here by U. S. Airlines. Inc.. of St. ,,,, .
Toke Thy blessing on all connected Civil --- -- Petersburg Fla.. named Slick Air- ,:" .7

with Station WIIOO and Action TodayThe ways. Inc.. of Chicago. defendant.The .

those who will tune in' to its $30.(COO; civil action insti- Hope For U.S. Plane Dims GOP Committee plaintiff charges that on wf'J.f'.
messages of word and music to tuted in Federal Court by Samuel Oct. 26. a Slick Airways DC3 pas-

uplift the heart and inform the Williams against the Food Ma- senger plane landing at the Municipal .
,mind. :May: its programs redound Airport, taxied in such
chinery Corp. moved a step nearer a
Encouragedby was picked Thursday
to the inspiration of the defense up manner that it blew wind at
completion yesterday as
the first clear weather in It said and
communities and peoples it will counsel called Raleigh Tillman, passengers To Study PricesWASHINGTON parked C47 of the U. S. Lines 1
week. U. S. Air Forces in Europe crew were in desperate need of
seek to serve. chairman of the Florida Citrus causing $3.000 damages to the
yesterday put the largest
Its Commission and Phil Peters help.The craft.
"May lessons of human president -
aerial carried food for
armada since the war in a plane fUPJ The Sen-
brotherhood. of Winter Garden Citrus
co-operative living desperate search for a U S. Army only a day and a half. Snow Committee
and unselfish labor in Assn, to testify. ate Republican Steering -
good causes plane missing: seven days with\ 20 and cold rain has fallen almost
out to draft its
strengthen our Democratic ideals In his complaint. Williams alleges yesterday set
persons aboard. constantly since the plane disappeared Cinderella Girl
and help bring about more of that he contracted dermatitis own anti-inflation program and ,
But at dusk there still
was no
Kinedom of Almighty God on while working\ in a color adding made clear that Pres. Truman'srequest
trace of the C-47 transport which But with\ clearing skies yesterday -
for arbitrary authority to I
Earth in hich all men will learn plant in Lakeland. Prior witnesses
to live and work together in Sha- have testified to chemical makeupof disappeared a week ago on a the aerial search fanned out ration scarce goods and fix prices

lom . Peace. Amen** the dye used in the color adding flight from Pisa. Italy, to Frank- over thousands of square miles In will not be a part of it. Meets Public ; 5W

Dr Carpenter said: process. The case was expected to furt.There four countries. More than 200 Chm. Taft [R.-Ohiol reported ,
was not even a radio signal planes flew in criss-corss patternsover
two-hour session that the
"We thank Thee Our Father.. go to the jUry some time today. after a
or a fresh rumor to provide Eastern and Southern France.
had decided to meet
for the tie that binds our heartsin committee I [Continued from Page 1]
searchers with a new clue. Western Southern and Central House GOP leaders next weekto
with I
Christian love We thankfUl
for every facility which are bringsto : ; All-States Club The last mesage believed> to have Germany and the Alps of Switzerland seek agreement on a "general begun to hope that a singing

the people of Central Florida come from the plane's survivors and Austria. declaratIon" of party policy, including career might become an actuality.

every cultural. spiritual and religious -: To Meet Today anti-inflation curbs and when illness in the family culminating

value I The All States Club meeting. tax cuts. in the death of hex

"We pray Thy blessings to be sponsored weekly by the Chamber Fox Grocery Bill Too High! Taft !said! he believed that any father two years ago. apparently-

upon this radio station as It > of Commerce. will be> held at final policy adopted would call made it an impossibility
WASHINGTON (API werent ableto "It looked like it be
Congressgot Foreign might years,
dedicates itself to the public 7:45: tonight at the CofC Bldg. t for passage of two or three anti-
service of this area. Colored motion pictures of a. word yesterday that things 0 ship furs during the war" said inflation bills before Christmas if ever before I had an opportunity

"We are thankful for and pray. trip around the world\ taken by are so bad in the fur industry Francis. "They built up huge but none of them to cover the for a singing career:' she said.,
that some fur farmers are down to] "Money for lessons was just not
Thy blessings upon the management . Oran McCormick will be the spe- stockpiles. Furthermore each ration-price powers asked by the ,1
their last silver fox-and of available:
and every member> of the t e>al feature of the evening glad I(' I President. .
I it. 1 country has a dollar shortage However. Miss Heart found i r . ;
Joseph H. Francis of Ogden | and wants to ship as much to the Instead they include the lesser new world opening up for hex

Have Your Push Button Utah. who owns 100 female foxes U. S. as it can. I facets of Mr. Truman's program- when she won the Dinah ShorE
and is executne chairman of the So they ship all their skins Government regulation of the contest. She is a student in Orlando

Radios Tuned to WHOO National Board of Fur and Farm here. We're getting four times as commodity exchanges. revival of Senior High School and fc!

I OrganIZations. explained it all to a': many as we did before the war. curbs on installment buying. and living with Mr. and Mrs. Jo. 4I
990 Your Dial for II .
on Only House Agriculture SubCommittee And. naturally the price has extension of controls on exports Stroud at 522 Magnolia AVe.

$1.00 : : dropped" and domestic transportation.WHOO's Miss Heart mother was goins ,

A fox is no different than to make the evening dress for hex

Phone am one ele. His grocery bill Butter Prices debut when Dickson & Ives department -
Your Favorite Egg
[horsemeat. cereals) has gone Dorsey Disc store offered her an entire -

Listed Radio Dealer Today I up. too. It now costs $39.80 to Again Are Boosted Program Star Studded new outfit for the event.
raise him. Smce winning the contest. Mis!
KEEN IIADIO PEIIDUE STANLEY'S sable AND But the price of a good fox pelt I R. The A, ,- ated Press 1 Dave Barbour. popular guitarist- Heart has been busy rehearsuy

2204 deswat.r.... Pak.. Drs 221 RADIO N. SERVICE Mau. St. r 2524 SOUND S. Kuhl SEIIYICEC. A.s.P5051 has plummeted to 2230. so that I Butter and egg prices pushed I I composer Evelyn Knight inter- and being outfitted from head b)
2.1502 P"on. 2.3712 PII_ 2.22n the nation's 1,280 fox farmers will i higher with grade AA butter set- preter of folk melodies in swing foot. Her dreams now are to bEan

ASSOCIATED SftIUS MATHEII .AIITON'S lose $17.50 on every pelt they sell. ting a new high of 91 cents a tempo and Jimmy Dorsey, band outstanding singing success ii:L

OF OIlLANDO INC. OF OIlLANDO. INC. 327 Park AYe" South Fondly, but sadly, Francis looked I pound wholesale at New York leader and saxophone virtuoso and both radio and television.The .
143 N..,0.01.. .,. A.... 55 E. P._ St. Wi..t.' Pan. Fla.P" back ten years to 1937. : Monday. but grain prices slumpedat brother of Tommy Dorsey. will be outfit presented Miss Hearl
UOO Ph.n. 4154 PhOne '3I'UTT'S
Then it cost only $26.60 for fox the nations principal exchanges featured on 'I'D's disc program the by Dickson & Ives included: .
St. J.""'. Elect.ic C.. THORPE feeding: and raising. while pelt' week of Jan. 5 over station WHOO. Formal evening dress $500(I
.. a Heart
..... ... ... broueht $40.23. Butter much Dave Barbour TDs guest for Gold shoes 17.0(:)
35' N. 0. A. 110 W. C.mre..1 A. 221 W. Church St. : This meant that rose as as 3 cents a is
"",", ,42 "",", 1110 "h.n. 1151SEA"S. the profits! were a silxrr foxish pound at Chicazo with the top Monday. Jan 5. Evelyn Knight on Purse ... ,_,,'n n..n.. 20(0<() -year-old brunette who won the WHOO singing contest to

IIOEIUCK 4. CO. THE RADIO tulIP COOPER'C. !p: ts arade quoted at 88 cents a pound Wednesday Jan. 7 and Jimmy Eai-mes S.Ot
.,. N. O..n"... and. 755 MO't'RSR SI II'UoIC: STD"EW."i..t. "What has happened*" asKed The record price for top Dorsev: exchanees reminiscenceswith Glm 3.0<( known the Cinderella girj and expects to follow show bus-
St. as
55. C'nt.' Fl. 20 W C"urch
. ..... ... 2.0C()
Chess tin PhoeR 3'73 ..".... 4652 Chmn. Reid F. Murray [R- quality butter at New York resulted \ brother Tommy on Friday Handkerchief .nn.
Wls]. from a 2l* cent increase Jacr 9. Stockings n.... ................... 1.51<, mess as a career.WHoa .



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I dinner dress trimmed with rhine- White ballerina marquisette with wide shirred shoulder straps. Saturday December 6, 1947 (Orlaniin--11t utgl;; Telephones: 4161 or ;; -1681 --- Page

WHOa Honored I stones. Draped peplum. !'three tiered skirt, with off the MRS. SHELDON JOHNSONNew __ .-?
i shoulder bodice of Irish lace. brown
length crepe collar of Windermere-An .
MRS TYNDAL COBB JRw- Ii aqua crepe trim-
I MRS C. V. GRIFFIN, Howey- bronze sequins. med in
{Light blue chiffon with lace ap- aqua embroidery. .1 I Socialites Attend
'in-the-HUls Aqua blue crepe, MRS. ALLAN JONES-Chart- WHOO Debut .
I .
pliques on skirt and bodice. draped skirt leaf design of silver reuse crepe dinner dress pencil i L. McCLUNG Black

With Gala BallThe MRS. LEROY B. COFFMAN "beads MISS on EUNICE yoke front.GRIMES-Blue I j slim, with water lily" on bodice. I'gold taffeta sequin with very corsage full tiered and acct'ssorles. skirt-: __
Gold beaded dress with bolero 1 r
crepe, keyhole neckline set off '!
Beaded white crepe blouse with
women attending the open- jacket trimmed in coraL I with brilliant pin. I I'I plain skirt of moire faille.I I j I I MRS. JOE McCORMICK- .

ing of WHOO radio party last MRS. BARNEY COHEN- MRS. MYER GROSS Black I I MRS. RUSSELL R. JONES- [ Black crepe with black sequin "Ia. e 4f
Square neck black crepe with gold crepe fitted dinner dress pleated at evening with trim; short coat with sequin tnmj.:
night wore these beautiful gowns: I IWhite crepe govtn I I 1 A .
MRS. B. L. ABBERGERBluedinner sequins around neck and sleeves. waist. pleat in front and a MRS. C. C. McCULLOUGH-- f %
MRS. ALLAN HAGE White jacket of white crepe embellishedwith Very full aqua moire ballerina
dress with turquoise sequins MRS. R. A. COLE-Black mar- crepe trimmed with silver sequins; II bands of gold sequins. I| length skirt; long torso black r 3r

; white flannel jacket. I quisette skirt over black taffeta i,drape down center of front. I. MRS. R. W. KAMPER-Ice blue crepe bodice with high neck.

MRS. ALEX AKERMAN JR.- I I with black lace bodice over pink MRS. W. G. HAILE JR.-Aqua : satin with a full pleated skirt. MRS. JACK McDOWAl te

Fuchsia crepe dinner gown, draped taffeta. i moire formal with midriff of coliored Orchid corsage. Black crepe gown with goldj and id
front-gold accessories. i! MRS. B. R. COLEMANBlackchiffon jewels. I MRS. ART KARST White'black sequin trim full skirt.
I dinner dress with\ silver
MRS. G. G. HALL-Royal blue crepe MRS. MERLE McELROY Two
with silver 'I
MRS. C. AKIN-Gold rayon !i trimming. cessories. Rhinestone clip and
jersey bodice and Mexican multi- tone grey crepe with crystal and
faille. Double peplum in front. I j MRS. EARL S. COTI'SBluecrepe colored full skirt. earrings. pearl beaded trim.
i dinner dress with gold trim II ; MRS. STEPHEN W. KEEN MRS.
bustle back. Orchid corsage. I MRS. H. A. HALL Strapless JOHN A. MqEWAN-
MRS. DONALD ALLENBlackvelvet on belt. pink satin. Peplum effect start- Frostproof-Aqua crepe, draped Black dinner dress with flounce
skirt with shoulder yoke beaded'
bodice with white tulle skirt I MRS. ROY CRANE Full skirt- ing at waist and going to hemline in silver. down. front lined with fuchsia
ed with lace drape in back. !tin back. i ii
over taffeta. I MRS. R. D. KEENE-Grey-blue O. B. McEWAN-light
MRS GEORGE D. ALLEN- I MRS. JIMMY CRANK-Black i MRS. HARRY R. HALL Daytona 'mousseline de soie. big full skirt blue taffeta with bustle back

Black trimmed with gold sequins. taffeta, apron peplum of lace. : Beach-Magnolia-gold chif- appliqued self color dyed lace long sleeves and sweetheart neck.;
:fon with small gold butterfly trim medallions.
MRS. JAMES E. KEEZEL- White crepe gown with rhine-
Black crepe trimmed with silver Black crepe. Top of bodice and | MRS. HENRY B. HALL-White Aqua gown with gold and rhine- .'stones on bodice cap sleeves slim
beads and sequins. sleeves are silk lace. j crepe studded with gold nailheads; stone trim-gold accessories.


-Black with brilliants. net full skirt with pale i MRS. JAMES B. HALL-Black satin damask long fitted bodice chiffon velvet very full I ; A
crepe with\ short jacket-slim sil- with full skirt flared from hips. ,hoop skirt; drop shoulders. ? a ,4
MISS DORRIS ANDERSm- green bodice. houette. 'II MRS. ROSENA McINTOSH : d
the bodice MRS. JOHN B. DAVISBlackcrepe I i-
Strapless pink net.
Springs-Aqua taffeta
MRS. WALTER HALL Flame dinner dress with trim of blue and > M
trimmed with gold sequins. gown; pink satin bodice chiffon-draped bodice with rhinestone I|silver bugle beads. I with imitation pockets centered :,. ',c? .

MISS MARCIA ANDERSEN- worked with seed pearls. I clip and very full skirt. I MRS. SIDNEY L. KELGORE. I'with red rosebuds.
i Brown z
Mauve net over rose satin the MRS. ELDRIDGE HART-Full Leesburg-Rose beige gown with : ?
bodice trimmed with butterfly ruffle moire full skirt; pink velvet off green slipper satin gown
;skirt of black velvet with silver skirt of draped crepe and bodiceof
and the bouffant skirt embellished !shoulder bodice with velvet rose. ;I and light blue brocade blouse. lace. !worn with jacket with 3i sleeves.
with floral of I MRS. WM. M. DAVIS-Black MISS SALLY McKIBBEN-
design gold MRS. WM. B. HART Black I
MRS. W. R. KEMP-Burgundy Black crepe draped skirt, with
I Three
sequins. gown.
taffeta full skirt: plain button up velvet with peplum lined with gold effect ". "
I long black sequin top. Hat-
MRS. MARTIN ANDERSEN- :skirt with pink shoulders. N'ER;
roses on
jacket of black moire taffeta. i satin. Diamond brooch and or- tie Carnegie jewelry. MR. AND MRS VERNON .
Gold lame brocaded bodice, and I MRS. H. A. DAUGHERTY MRS. NED HASTINGS-White chid corsage. MRS. JOSEPH McLEESAquablue __...._ .. _
accordian pleated skirt of emerald '
Ankle-length red velvet off-the-
satin. I marquisette over taffeta, silver se- j MRS. E. L. KENDRICK-Brown silk jersey with pleated skirt .
green shoulder I :
neckline full skirt. '
MRS. CHARLES O. ANDREWSJR. I quin trim. crepe trimmed with brown sequins ,and the bodice trimmed with pearl
Winter Park Turquoise; crepe I MRS. BON DEFOREST Se- } MRS. RAY M. HAYES. Leesburg : bronze butterfly on sleeve. I buttons. Aqua flowers in her hair. 4 :
quin trimmed magnolia crepe with -A black and white\ striped taf- I MRS. M. D. KENNEDY Black MRS. PAUL MEARS -Black
with silver sequin design on bodice. ;
MRS. DAVID ANDREWS I cape gold accessories. I ifeta draped into bustle, with cherry I crepe with diagonal trim of se- taffeta; off one shoulder, flow-
Black and white taffeta with bus- I MRS. MARSHALL DENDY ;| satin trimming. 1 quins from one shoulder to hip. ers over other; full skirt.
tie I fJ Navy dinner dress with embroid- i MRS. TED D. HAYNES Com- i MRS. THOMAS F. KENNEY- i MRS. H. BASCOM MELROSEA -

MRS. FRANK H. BAGG-Black :ered trim. bination of velvet and taffeta: Red dinner dress with full flared Pauline Trigere model of black

lace with gold kid trim. MRS. ERNEST DEN S L O W. soft pink velvet bodice and very skirt gold sequin trim on bodice. crepe.
MRS. C. J. BALLIET Black : Clermont-Teal blue lace trimmed full skirt. !I MRS. E. L. KERLIN-Turquoise :, MRS. WALTER MENGES Aa
crepe beaded in colors. with sequins. j I MRS. ROBERT P. HENDER- taffeta fitted bodice, full skirt, Gown of black crepe: jacket has i {: r b.
I large bow in back. circular sequins on front. ra
MRS JOHN C. BARBER MRS. DOZIER DEVANE-Black !i DON-Ankle length blue lame full
Black with silver lame bod- "
crepe taffeta bustle skirt with necklaceof skirt sleeves.
Ice. I cap Leesburg-Black crepe with pink less off the shoulder gold brocade \ >
small white orchids.
MRS BRAXTON BEACHAM- I MRS. LEROY HENNESSEY. ''sequins on skirt and bodice. gown with a very full skirt with { ,-
wide I I MRS. H. N. DICKSON-Gold Longwood Flowered black silk I I MRS. HENRY KILLEN-DInner bustle back. f fd
Whtie crepe, gold sequins,
band of red and red lined jacket. sequins on black crepe. lace.MRS. dress of white crepe with slit MRS. DONALD K. MIDDLE- S ba
I MRS. G. G. DOERING-Black I trim. TON-Black black
MRS. CLARENCE BERNSTEIN MERCER HENRY skirt, !gold sequin crepe; sequinson
Black skirt and white beaded velvet bodice, pink taffeta skirt. White lace over black taffeta, with i MRS. BYRON KING JR-- skirt and shoulders; cap ro
bodice. I j MRS. WM. J. DOERRWhitesatin 'black midriff girdle of taffeta. [Black crepe with silver lame sleeves.

MRS. SAMMY BETHEA-Black i gown with purple wrap. '! MRS. ERNEST HERR Schlater bodice: straight skirt with slit. \ MISS DARLEEN MILLARD-

brocade, sapphire neckpiece, silver MRS. LOUIS S. DOLIVEGreycrepe Miss.-Blue crepe, bodice of gold MRS. G. F. KING-Strapless I, Black! crepe with leaf design of
accessories with silver nail head trim. and silver sequins American beauty taffeta with gold and silver sequins on bodice.

MRS. JAMES J. BETTES I MRS. EARLE DUKES Black MISS SYBIL HERR, Schlater, bustle; apron effect in front. MRS. WALLACE MILLARDPale II
Black dinner dress trimmed in lace I taffeta unpressed pleated skirt. MIss.-Blue taffeta. MRS. WM. G. KING-Strapless green Grecian style gown '
with gold accessories. Rhinestone clip. Yellow rosebuds. MRS. CARL HIGGINBOTHAM black marquisette with black sequin | with gold trim: draped skirt. I'
MRS. D. C. BLACKBURN. Uma- I MRS. BUELL G. DUNCAN Black crepe with gold and purple MRS. JAMES C. HIGGINS. MRS. GEORGE H. KITT- Strapless black taffeta; very full
tilla-Black crepe V neck and sequin I a'
trim and large diamond sequins draped skirt. Sanford-Champagne crepe with REDGE-Wood violet crepe trimmed skirt with a tiny edging of black a ,
brooch. I MRS. C. E. DUNCAN, Tavares- silver sequin trim on bodice and with sequins of same color.
MRS. R. C. BLIZZARD I Black crepe with gold and aqua ''wide belt. Bare midriff in front. I II i I MRS. JACK KLINE Chartreuse lace.MRS.. E. E. MILLICAN. Cler- < <
Black crepe sequin trimmed, I sequins gold accessories. | MRS. CHARLES C. HILL. How- faille full skirt and sweet- mont-WhIte silk marquisette, full I
gloves. MRS. JAMES L. DUNCAN-Yel- ey-in-the-Hills Periwinkle blue heart neckline. 'skirt with silver sequins on blouse.
MRS. GEORGE GORDON "low gown with fitted satin bodice taffeta with a peplum caught intoa I MRS. C. E. KNIGHT HI-Aqua MRS. HERSCHEL O. MOATS- / ..

BOND. Oakland-Black skirt the and full net skirt. pouf in back with clusters of .ballerina trimmed in gold; full Brown crepe skirt: cream bodice -
I /
bodice striped in several colors.MRS. MRS. THOMAS DUNCAN ,deep red roses. I'I skirt with fitted bodice. trim of gold sequins; Russian ta N'
PEARL BOWERS: Black ,Black lace over black crepe with :;I MRS. COITE W. HILL White'!: MRS. JAMES W. KNIGHT mink jacket.
red bodice red sequin trim. with flower designs of silver I I| White satin, fitted bodice with MRS. JOSEPH F. I
skirt, white bodice, black acces- crepe -= .. --
sories. MRS. O. H. EATON-White Jersey '.bugle beads. slight train on full skirt. ;Black lace evening ; : :
MRS. GEO. T. BOYT-Black I beaded in gold and silver, silver ', MRS. EUGENE D. HIlL-White I. MRS. F. S. black accessories.

dinner skirt, plaid taffeta tunic; i slippers. 'I',tunic blouse showered in mandarin ,: Green taffeta KOTl'1l.IEIER-1 MRS. J. A. \
gold accessories. I MRS. M. J. EDWARDS. Titus- sequins worn over a black front: bustle back. Gown of aqua blue crepe trimmed '
MRS. ARTHUR R. BRADSHAW ville-Black, with fitted top of alpaca skirt. !I MRS. HENRY H. KUBIK-Ecru I wit hsequins-silver accessories i i
St. Cloud-Black marquisette over black sequins and full skirt of MRS. J. HAROLD HILL Mait- lace over rose satin with rose : MRS. ERNEST MOSTELLERMt. .
black taffeta. Bodice with cham- mousselme de soie. land-Gray chiffon full skirt and satin vest. ,: Dora- Black jersey trimmed/'
pagne yoke with silver sequins. I MRS. JOSEPH L. EGAN. Eus- softly draped bodice. i MRS. JACK LAIRD-Pull skirt with sequins--silver accessories. I
MRS. JOHN T. BRANHAM- 1 tis-Fuchsia flowered ivory silk MRS. DAVE HILLMAN-Black lof blue net with bustle back; I II MRS. W. O. MURRELL, JR. r,
Green crepe with jewelled buckle I jersey with pearl accessories. t'cocktail dress, draped effect skirt I bodice of marquisetted. Black taffeta with the cap sleeves
and gold accessories. I MRS. R. H. ELLIS Fuchsia with bronze sequin trim on bodice. I MRS. MAC J. LAIRD-Black and front of gown sprayed with
MRS K. W. BREMER-Pink- I crepe with silver trimming. j i MRS. RUSSELL HOAG, Mel- crepe draped skirt with deep pink gold sequins.
mauve satin with black accessories. I I MRS. A. W. EPPS. Sanford bourne-Black lace ensemblesequin 'bodice embroidered with black se- MRS NEWTON' G NORRIS. '
II I I'Rose crepe with peplum. The trimmed. Lace bodice and quins.i Kissimmee =Black evening skirt:: ;
MRS. E. LEROY BREWTON- blouse is trimmed with a silver flared crepe skirt. i ii i MRS. JOHN L. LATSHAW 'grey blouse trimmed with multicolored I
Aqua with seqin trim; silver ac- I I sequin spider web. i MRS. MAYME HODGKIN Black taffeta printed in pink circles of sequins. Purple | PA's
ceasories. I MRS. TOM ERB-Black gown Black with large and small spider flowered bowknots; matching orchid corsage.
MRS. IRLO BRONSON. Kisslmmee ,with blue sequin trim on bodice. webs of rhinestones. White jacket. jacket. MRS. MURL E. PACE. TavaresA I

-Black crepe with gold se- ,Black accessories. i MRS. ERNEST C. HOGAN ,< MRS. JULIAN LAUGHING- I j i- gown of moss green crepe with
quin trim. I MRS. DONALD EVANS-White Eggshell pink crepe wtih sequin ''HOUSE--Strapless white chiffon simple lines. a

MRS. DICKSON BROSSIER- 'crepe trimmed in gold beading. ,trim. .,with bugle beads on shirred bod- !I MRS. J. D. PEASE SR., Mount
White crepe with gold accessories. I.Grecian lines-gold accessories. j| MRS. BOB HOPKINS Aqua ,ice. Stars in hair. Dora-Rose crepe.
MRS. J. C. BROSSIER-Beige 'I I MRS. ROBERT FERRAN, Eus- !'crepe with silver sequin trim, pepI I I MRS.: E. P. LAVIN Black faille MRS. EUGENE G. PEEK. Ocala

dinner! gown with V neckline and tis Self-designed and created !'lum. slit skirt. '\' crepe with black sequins and side i Black, beaded with turquoiseand s
I I f
gown of electric blue jersey with I
peplum skirt. MRS. W. M. HORN White drape skirt. !gold.
MRS. CECIL M. BROWN. Wild- side-drape embellished with gold 'j'!crepe trimmed with gold bead ef-I i! MRS. J. B. LAWTON 3d- MRS. E. B. PETER. Leesburg
wood-Print gown with black and sequins. |['feet on bodice. :!,Strapless white moire, with trims A skirt of black white and red
gold accessories. ( MRS. BEN F. FIELD Dinner !j i MRS. JULIAN HOWARD- I!!of pastel folds. striped taffeta with a black velvet

MRS. CECIL M. BROWN I dress of turquoise silk jersey, side I'I American beauty crepe trimmed I MRS. R. W. LAWTON-American basque bodice: cap sleeves.

Black crepe with gold trim on belt. drape. tailored. in gold. beauty taffeta gown ballet MRS. MILLER O. PHILLIPS '
Heirloom jet earrings. : MRS. GEORGE F. FTTZWORTH MRS. CLYDE HUBER Rose length. JR.-Two-piece crepe gown: black \ .
MRS. CLARENCE BROWN -Backless aqua dinner dress with brocade satin with large bow of 1\ MRS. SARAH LAWTON -Red skirt and aqua bodice. Fish tail ., ih'
Printed gown. red drape and trim. same material in back. crepe-gold s'Quins-lardt'nias.!: jacket with gold sequin trim. r
faille strapless white evening coat.MRS dress with gold sequin trim '!':organza dinner gown with bouf- with heavily beaded boat St. Cloud -Flowered taffeta -

STANLEY P. BRYANT I I draped skirt. !'fant. skirt; orchid corsage. shaped neck: long!: tight!: sleeves. large red and yellow flowers on
White moire taffeta with red velvet i- MRS. RAYMOND FLYNN MRS. SAHA GRIFFIN HUGHES '' MRS. ROBERT G. LEESE. white background; very full gath- > Dc
wrap. Rose off the shoulder gown :'I Draped black jersey screened Leesburg-Black crepe with drapeat ered skirt.

MRS. JOSEPH P. 'BUMBY trimmed with black full skirt. print; bodice outlined with se- side: aqua gloves black accessories MRS. ORMUND POWERS tt !
White MRS. PHILIP B. FOOTE-Full quins big black taffeta bow at pearl neckline. Leesburg Green taffeta with a c
silk jersey with silver se- ;: ; ...-. ...
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skirted taffeta ii' ? -
turquoise gold Sanford
quins. waistline. MRS. H. J. LEHMAN. full bodice, tight waist and flared
choker with turquoise stones. I.I MISS CAROL HUNTER-Lime Simple black taffeta trimmed AND MRS. JOE STROUD .
MRS. BRANTLEY BURCHAM MRS. SAMMIE FRANCISCO with off-shoulder motif black lace heirloom skirt.MRS. ----- --.. ... ...._......_ -...- ... ..,. , ..""' ...._ ,-
-.. -White with gold sequin trim. 'i green net with imported : G. H. PRATHER. Kissim-
-r MRS. J. L. BURGESS-Aqua Autumn leaf brown crepe tiny' and full skirt. necklace of jet and seed mee-Black, trimmed in gold with
jersey with gold metallic trim and bustle in back. Beige gloves and MRS. VERNON HUNTEROrange pearls. gold accessories.
gold accessories. !gold accessories. and black crepe with draped MRS. HARRY P. LEU-Aqua MRS. JOHN PUGH KisimmeeAn
MRS. I. N. BURMAN-Black MRS. C. M. FRANKLINBlackdinner effect at hipline. crepe with insets of matching original model of black

\"elvpt-yoke made of crystals and dress. Aqua stone trim on j'I' MRS. VICTOR HUTCHINS marquisette with beaded design. Chantilly lace and crepe, match-
pearl. Silver Fox. belt peplum on skirt. 'An ice blue crepe. with diagonalof MRS. OSCAR LEVERETTE ing lace mitts and accessories of
MRS. HALTED W. CALD- MISS MARY LOUISE FREE- crystal bead design and deep Black fitted lace bodice with flow- gold and an orchid corsage.
WELL-Black crepe dinner dress MAN-Deep blue crepe with pleated blue sequins across the draped ers of coral ribbons: swing skirt. MRS. T. A. RAVENSCROFTBlack
with full skirt. panels in skirt. blouse and skirt. MRS. PETE LOZINAK-Grecian velvet strapless gown trimmed -
MRS. VERA CALLAHAN i MRS. EDNA GILES FULLER !i I MRS. PHILIP IGOU Dusty style white crepe gown with with white Irish lace. >w

Strapless green chiffon with gold Powder blue crepe with colored 'I rose satin: tight bodice, full skirt, ''bird design of aqua sequins across MRS. ALFRED W. REHBAUM

girdle belt. stone trim. ,'wide shoulder straps. top of bodice. JR.. Mount Dora-Black taffeta
MRS. LLOYD GAHR-Fuchsia MRS. C. INGALLS. Groveland '1 MADDEN- -'-
MRS. C. JACK CAMP Drop MRS. ROBERT !trt and velvet bodice. Shoulder
shoulder black crepe with pastel crepe full skirt with silver span- Gown of ice blue crepe trimmed Gown of multi-colored stripes straps of square cut brilliants.Red 1t,
beading around neck and shoulder. !ales on side of bodice. with\ silver sequins. with huge puffed sleeves. rose corsage.
Black satin off shoulder bustle effect Sanford-Grey crepe with silver satin. slim silhouette draped back. ,calf length gown with fitted top. NOLDS. Windt'rmere-Black lace
in back. embroidered sequin trim and MRS. JOHN D. IVEY. Sanford bronze sequins. over black taffeta.

MRS. RUSSELL CARR Gold draped skirt. -Leaf green jersey with sequin .. MRS. A. G. MANN. KissimmeeA MRS. BEN S. RIVERSShocking Y Y "',
satin with gold accessories. MRS. C. W. GARDENHIRE trim.MRS. black chiffon velvet with pink taffeta gown with tiny
MRS. R. E. CARRIGANWhitelace Black crepe with multi-colored sequins M. L. JACO. LoughmanBlack I camisole top and removable multi- half-bustle and shirred bodice. ...
with\ bustle back. Trimmed on bodice straight skirt. formal. color French crepe bolero with Gold accessories.
with rhinestone buttons from neckto MISS NORMA GARDNER. Ta- MRS. H. L. JACOBS III-Light hood. MRS ROY F. ROBERTS. Titus- s,
waist. vares-A strapless model of black blue brocade Chinese jacket with MRS. ROBERT H. MARSHALL ville-Gown of black taffeta with
MRS. J. M. CARRUTHERS .net full skirt elaborately embroidered straight: black skirt. -Princess line black velveteen rose and sequin trim.
Black crepe with multi-colored sequins with black sequins. MRS. W. H. JAYNE Black skirt: white lace bodice with MRS. FORD B. ROGERS. JR. \
on sleeves. 1 MRS. LOUIS GEESLINBlacknet crepe with insert of net; silver rhinestones. White net period gown Colonial r

MRS. GEORGE B. CARTER with sequins. 'clips at shoulders. MRS. HUGH G. MARTIN. JR. style with\ bright flowers appli
!...i White jersey dinner dress with MRS. LAWRENCE GENTILE- MRS. HERMAN JEAN. Long- 'sburg-Blue marquisette with qued on the full skirt. ?
-I"gold sequin trim. Turquoise taffeta very full skirt: wood-Gown of :yellow and purple sweetheart neckline. MRS. ELLEN ROPER. Winter v
I .
MRS. BEN CASWELL-Gold se- turquoise sequin bodice covered printed crepe. MRS. MEMORY MARTIN. Eus- Garden-Grey blue crepe beaded '
quins on gold bodice with brown with black net. MRS JOHN JENKINS. Kissim- tis-Black crepe skirt with a satin with blue and white bugle and
crepe skirt. MRS. H. GIBSON-Black silk mee-White lace and net off the print blouse. pearl beads. Pearl earrings and
MRS. T. W. CHENAULT crepe with roses painted on blouse shoulders with red accessories. MRS. WILLIAM MASON. Au- pendant.

Strapless sea green nylon chiffon. and skirt. i MRS. HOWARD JERNIGAN burndale -Fuchsia crepe with MRS. CARL ROSE Ocala- "!}f-

full skirt. Grecian lines.MRS. MISS DOROTHYGILD."Y.Kis- Long torso bodice of black white bolera of matching sequins. Gold crepe gown with beaded '".. .'. ., : >> -.. .... ...... ..... i
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W. T. CHENNELL-Black ,simmee-Pink satin dinner grown. I full skirt with wide girdle belt of MRS. FRED MATHERS-Kelly pockets of green and fuchsia. ; GROUP ABOVE ENTERS WHoa PARTY.- .
crepe off-shouler. drape side gold MRS. LEROY B. GILES-Ashes gold sequins. green and white wide striped taffeta fuchsia gloves and slippers. I _
sequin trim. of roses crepe with\ bugle beads. MRS. CLARENCE A. JOHNSON strapless with full skirt.i i MRS. -HOWARD SAYRE-Grey I. ----

MRS. CLAYTON CHRYST MRS. MICHAEL GINSON. San- -Black crepe with satin trim- MRS. FREDERIC MATHER- crepe with elaborate crystal bead JR.-Black net over taffeta with I l' Black crepe with gold sequin; j peek-a-boo petticoat Ore:.:d c:>;-

Green velvet dinner dress, flared ford-Black taffeta suit. The jacket white camellia corsage. 'SMITH. Oakland-A white -Mil- trim of silver sequin and bead .cap sleeves and draped skirt.i Isage.
trimmed in black soutache MRS. H. STEWART JOHNSTON grim" original with large festoonof trim.MRS.. HARRY M. SMITH, Win- .i MRS. CLARENCE E. THOMPSON :I MRS. CARTER WHm..E
skirt.MRS.. FRANK J. CILENTO- braid beaded in seed pearls with Black sequin tnm on cut-steel roses on side. White ter Garden Rose and black medallions. Winter Garden-Gown of Black crepe gown w\:t.i a: _.1-.
White embroidered marquisette. the blouse of imported French black crepe: draped back. slit skirt. gardenias for hair. striped taffeta. MRS. EDITH BLACK VOSS melon crepe with gold trim and color sequin trimming. .,
Ruby and pearl heirloom neck printed metallic chiffon. MRS. HARRY JOHNSON Ta- MRS. ED MAYO-Plain blue MRS. NANNIE LEE SMITH Cocoa-Chartreuse crepe accented gold accessories. i MRS. FRED L. WOLFE j.
MRS. ERNEST GLASS. Haines \"ares-"cr.18 moire taffeta fitted gown with full skirt: bodice trim- Long sleeved aqua crepe dinner with ornamental silk braid: floor MRS. CARMAGE WALLS imont-Black taffeta boa.-' rimed -
lineMRS A. P. CLARK-Plain black Citv-Black net skirt: bodice of bodice with draped-effect pockets. med with silver beads. dress with aqua beaded yoke. length purple velvet cape. Gadsden, Ala.-Grey crepe gown. with gold sequins '.. ..w.
crepe dinner dress with red roses aqua with silver sheen. MRS JERRY JHNSOSim MRS ORMOND A. McABEE MRS. WILLIAM STORY. Winter MRS JOE A STP.OCD--Black ballerina -kirt. with rhinestonetrim skirt.MRS.
on side. MRS SAM GLASS-Black- pIe black dinner gown Long sleeve aqua crepe draped in Garden-Aqua jersey draped crepe with\ fuchsia beaded design on bodice W. W. YOTHF "j. ::3Ep:

MRS j vet formal. MRS RAYMOND JOHNSON. front .gold accessories j skirt: gold accessories. j i[across the shoulders. ,, MISS ROSE WARGO. Winter blue evening gown w.ili: rhlneBeautiful -
H. R. CLOUD-Blue crepe 1 I I MRS. FRED E. GODFREY JR. (I''Frostproof .,h.'te.elvet gown MRS. T w. MCALLISTER. MRS. WALTER: P. SPEIGIIT 1 MRS. JAMES B. STROUD- I[Park-Black velvet with pink net stone trimming.:


( n mnrninn tntintl sibility to keep order and the UN has madeno THEY WILL DO IT EVERY TIME By Ratio THE PUBLIC THOUGHT

. provision to enforce its decision. _

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PAGE 6. SAT.. DEC. 6. 1947 WASHINGTON-House Republicans locked the 1 ( t cJ I Please! make your PUBLIC:

doors, turned off all telephones and really "let go" .. t1/ '- ;:61 Negative Reply To THOUGHT letters brief. We

at their caucus on foreign aid to Europe. One would like them typewritten,
., Royal Wedding Stand
reason for the caucus was to let belligerent party double spaced If possible.
Our Program members blow off steam to their own colleagues Editor. Orlando Morning Sentinel: THE EDITOR.said ....
Elimination of Political Job Duplication. The letter of Mr. Lambert in the
rather than before the world on the floor of the recent issue of the
Taxes. in Government.TODAY'S Sentinel on the
Lower Efficiency
House. The meeting accomplished this end. late royal wedding is entirely at his only boy had come back

One highlight of the long secret session was a variance with the facts. from the war in the Pacific without

lecture by Rep. George Bender of Ohio on GOP The ceremony in the Abbey, his mind. His son and name-

THOUGHT aggressiveness. magnificent as it was can have sake was in a straitjacket in a vet

A man hath joy by the answer of his mouth: / "I see where Pres. Truman cost little or nothing. The procession eran's hospital in Augusta Ga

and a word spoken in due season, how good is it? \ thanked Arthur Vandenberg for was a simple one. The fact Each month for two years this

-Proverbs 15:23. hat the escort was in full dress faithful father had gone to Augusta -
his help in getting the $597 ,million e '&s'su
I merely added to the pageantry and to see his son. even though the
;',... aid bill through the Senate" not to the
OJ? Many a shaft. at random sent. I cost. as I understand boy's mind was so far gone be
I said the Ohioan. "That's very that the uniforms were already in barely recognized his father.
mark the archer little meant! .
Finds , nice, but where does it leave Re- THE NEWS FROM RUSSIA I store. The pre-wedding banquetwas 1 Thousands of such human ruins

And many a word at random spoken, publicans? What is your pro- severely restricted both as toi fill the veteran's hosiptals of this

May soothe or wound a heart that's broken! ? i the number of guests and the food. country. The American
gram I thing it's time we got people
-Sir Walter Scott i But, in any case. Mr. Lambert 'need be
. one without always blindly following continually reminded '
.4' \ the White House and State Soviet May Adopt Gold StandardBy what has evidently the not the slightest idea that they are there. The warmongers -

i I royal family means toi I should be compelled to
'Better Than Nothing'THE % Department on foreign affairs."
i great mass of the English peo- I visit them monthly even as uus

;' Rep. August Andersen of Red J. M. ROBERTS JR. 'that she has considerable where Soviet Union would acquire valuable !pie and no knowledge of the deep Florida father visits his son in

PALESTINE PROBLEM could 4 I ,Wing, Minn., was insistent that rAr I-erf 71, A--- r A .] withal. For 20 years the Government goods at low cost t since it affection and indeed the love Augusta and see the pitiful human

have been solved perfectly, if Pearson steps be taken to prevent Russia may be ado -ng a'form has been conducting an Intensified does not reckon costs m its own which they have for them. When wrecks' caused by the last war

only because of its background of violence. profiteering in the distribution of relief goods. We of "dollar diplomacy" of her own. gold production program gold production! and weaken the the king announced that the wedding i FULLER WARREN

Too many passions had been aroused, too should make sure that it goes to the right peoplein Reports of a panicky buying and is believed to have many billions influence and control which U. S. austere would the be a very quiet and I! Jacksonville.

mistakes of and evidencesof distressed nations and is given to them, not sold, spree on the part of the Russian of dollars worth stacked up. economic interests exercise in one outcry in the whole -
judgment I country
many he asserted. people, apparently in fear of devaluation Not so much, perhaps, as the 22 various parts of the world.:' was so great that some Front Page Cartoon
been translated into bloodshed I modifications had to be made.Mr. .
bad faith had
billions held the U. S. but
of by
Pointing to the Friendship Train I present cur- per- Also. I Gets Pat Back
the Minnesotan as can readily be seen Lambert's cheap sneer at on
in the last 30 Bitter resentmentof close the heels of haps half that.
years. rency, come on
added that some such system should be ; by alternately dumping and the royal family's visit to South Editor. Orlando Morning Sentmel
decision fore- discussions in the Russian Only a few days Charles
United Nations ago
any was a used in all pressof withholding- gold as circumstances I Africa last Winter
future aid. I i the possibility that the country Prince. former specialist on Soviet to escape the I Ii I want to compliment you on

gone conclusion.Yet Governments had little or nothing to do with | will adopt the gold standard and economic problems for the U. S. indicate Russia wouldbe I i cold serves at least to show his: the front page cartoon Dec. 4. It
the most sensible able to heighten the economic ignorance. The visit was a purely shows the exact
partition seems the Friendship Train. said Andersen. "It was a' go into international markets to Chamber of Commerce. pointedout position the more
solution. The UN was confronted on the people-to-people proposition. If you want to be' fight the Marshall Plan. in an article in United Nations chaos upon which she relies political one and decided upon by i I the unions strike and raise wages -
to soften the western world the Labor Cabinet and not by the the higher the price of everythinggoes.
one hand by the all-or-nothing attitudesof certain the food we send Europe gets to the rank- Heretofore the Moscow Govern- World that. by pegging the for Communism 'King.' A King and Queen who shar- i

both Jews and Arabs. On the other and-file. and is appreciated by them, this direct ment has played around with its ruble to gold. Russia could establish 1 ed the risks of the terrible London j And if the working men want***
method of money. Through differences in a tight ruble area within her There is another angle, too. In _ _
were the commitments of Great Britain, aid is the best answer. I "blitz" with' their people would !1 to rum the country I believe one
buying privileges accorded different own orbit as well as compete with order to defeat the Marshall Plan. I
I hardly have left England '
merely to'
more raise will' do it
the mandatory power, which the Leagueof classes" of workers one the dollar and the pound in areas Russia is trying to turn eastward I avoid cold houses. as we are

Nations had recognized, and some less North Dakota's Karl Mundt agreed that the man's dollar-to put it in termsof whose production will be vitally all of the trade '()f the European [1 I Has Mr. Lambert not read of the about And to when the the breaking break point.comes the

official pledges made by this country. It Friendship Train had done an excellent job but American money-might be needed in the conduct of the European countries which she occupies. Not I i'I' happy and cheering crowds esti- workers' will pay dearly for their I

be faint praise to call partition "better added: another man's cent and still an- recovery program. i merely because she needs the products mated at half a million people I ride on the whorlegig of raising
may "Feeding: the people is not the whole prob- other's quarter. "The Soviet Government could but directly for the purposeof who packed the Mall and the preI prices.If .

than nothing, as sqme UN delegation did. lem. We are trying to develop increased confidence !- i not only purchase goods and materials denying them to Western Eu- cincts of the Palace to cheer their I the unions would strike

But that was the choice, and the decisionwas in the governments of Western Europe. But close-to-home Russia recently demonstrationof has had j which it needs. but also I rope. She has been draining the beloved Princess as a happy bride? against the Government buying
about all that anyone could reasonablyhope The big; thing: is to encourage and support those I what can be done with "hard" i force up the price of those goods I captive countries of everything It would not have been a good I.I foods and destroying them just to
and materials in terms of dollars possible, and giving them very time or place for him to have I
for. Governments. We can't forget that if the I money in the steadily strengthening I raise the costs of living I under
and pounds." Prince said. "CounI I little in return. But these golden shouted "parasites" the
pro- stand have
American they now 60 million
people goingto economies
are get some benefitout of two of her
The UN's task was made harder by of the they satellites. Poland and Czechoslovakia. tries exporting goods to the USSR geese cannot exist forever without cession passed. i I pounds of eggs in frozen storage,
the behavior of all three principals. The money Their currencies under such arrangements could sustenance. To give them gold. ,! Having spent three months in [that is 30.000 tons also 200 million '______
The are more .
applause favored Mundt. However
genera then use the gold to buy commodities which nobody can eat. with whichto England last Summer I can say I dozen of fresh eggs in storage -
British government pledged and un GOP opinion was that foreign relief should b! stable than any others in Eu- freely on the world markets- buy from the west. while con- I with truth that the country is indeed I, while we pay nearly a dollar

pledged. handled through an independent agency, not the rope with the exception of the purchases not envisaged in the I tinuing to ship their products in great financial straits, the i iI a dozen? I would like to join

State Department. Swiss franc.If finely balanced arrangements pro- east. would constitute therefore. I I I people are poor. shabby and great- them in such a strike.EDWARD .
It both ends the middle.At
played against Mundt seconded Bender's call for party aggresI I Moscow wants to start a posed by the Marshall Plan. The a double drain on western econ- i jly underfed. But their affection PARRADEE

the end it washed its hands of the whole siveness in foreign affairs, charging that Roosevelt money fight there are indications end result would be that the omy. I for and trust in the Royal Family St. Cloud. _
business by refusing to help enforce a decision - transcends all these discomforts.
and Truman had made the "deals" that have I 1 :
The motto of the House of Wind-
that was not agreeable to both led the Communist troubles in Poland and other i sor is "I serve" and well do the Mrs. Regan's Art
Black Mart Scanned
parties. countries. Volunteer Gas 'Nip I people of England know it.

"Republicans." he declared, "ought to be more Mr. Lambert need have no fear' Show Ends Today

TERRORISTS PREJUDICED diligent in pointing this out." I I that the royal wedding has Increased ;

JEWISH Rep. Reid Murray of Wisconsin reported rumorsof I TOKYO TAP] U. S. and Jap- Japanese police said at that time. Communism in England. I Today is the last day of the one- _
of their more moderate and anese investigators turned to Kyushu more than 100 business concerns I I A. C. H. DEAN. woman art show at the Greater
wheat purchased by the United States from Seen I
more unfortunate brothers. Jewish extremists Rationing Island today [Saturday) in a might be involved in the receiptof Winter Park.Warmongers. Orlando Chamber of Commerce.

outside Palestine, particularly in Argentina, despite the fact that dictator Peron nationwide search for billions of stolen military war materials. I Mrs. Josephene Reid Regan's

had taken over his country's entire crop and at a yen worth of imperial military These major investigations were paintings have been on exhibit
America professed to speak for all Jewryin boosted price of $5.30 a bushel. I WASHINGTON [UP] Robert E. supplies believed stolen or hidden intensified by the recent charge : Should I there for the past week.

their almost hysterical attacks on Brit- "If this is true and we continue such purchases, j Friedman, an Interior Department between the time of the surren- 1 in the diet by Rep. Hiroichi Seko : Visit Vets Hospitals Photographic impressions of art -

ish policy. Together, these two groups It will only add to our Inflation problem," proclaimed i official, revealed .yesterday that der and the arrival of occupation' that 50 billion yen in military I Editor Orlando Morning Sentinel: I by. Mrs. Elinor H. Thornton will

succeeded at times in making the most Murray. "American farmers cannot be expected | the Administration' announce I forces. supplies had been appropriatedby whose II It is now nearly 2.000 years sincea be the feature of next" week's exhibit

obvious British errors seem almost for- to sell their wheat' for $3.00 a bushel If we next week a voluntary fuel and The Japanese prosecutor's of- nections.black he marketeers said, reach into con-the voice from the skies said, "On beginning Monday.

givable.The are paying $5.00 to a foreign government. : rice in Fukuoka opened an Investigation I earth peace, good will towards
conservation drive government. "
Arab governments, speaking forPalestine's Note-Investigation by GOP Rep. Karl Stefanof power sharply-reduced pleasure driving I of the of Kokura the administration arsenal on- I Americans joined In the inves- 1 men.uncertain Today, and peace there is is far shaky too and ut- \\\1\
Nebraska after the caucus revealed that _
cried that we recently 1 tigation hoping to locate indus- \
Moslems partitionwas tie good will in the world.
and allocation of oil to re- Northern Kyushu where hundreds 10
bought 25.000 bushels of Argentine wheat trial materials which are vital
Less than three after the
illegal though there is no exact of thousands of tons of years
for $2.67 a bushel FOB, New York. : tailers. i for Japan's recovery and to push most horrible of all wars, peaceis
dent for this situation and no authority to' I At the same time Rep. Edith steel materials were stored. I Gen. MacArthur's campaign I pushed into the background by __
penalize the alleged illegality. White-thatched Rep. Charles Eaton of New |I Nourse Rogers fR.-Mass.l intro- Military authorities said that against big time gangsters.It talk of another and an Infinitelymore Z
I duced a resolution to ban coal. I by Japanese press reports, only Is known that Japanese horrible war. Warmongersspeak
that the Jews have Jersey, chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee -
They argued no gasoline and fuel oil exports until 70.000 tons of these materials black marketeers have been able of another war as inevitable.The Z _
claim to the Holy Land which is mat is a former minister and one of the mildest- furnish surprising amounts I
a the end of the present national were accounted for. to countless millions of people ,
ter of opinion, not of fact. They virtually mannered men in the House. However, he lost I shortage and to prohibit sale of I In Osaka. Dr. Hideo Kinoshita of steel, rubber and petroleum who want peace should make ,

incited their citizens to murder Jews by his temper when Rep. Frederick Smith from Pres. tankers to foreign countries. Exports I a former Army lieutenant colonel which militarists collected during themselves heard above the clamor a
Harding's home town Marion Ohio began heck- of home-heating coal already was arraigned on charges of embezzlement I the war. for another war. _
their talk of a "holy war. ling while Eaton was explaining various sectionsof have been banned by the Govern- I l in connection with the Dr. Kinoshita Is charged at It is cruel to talk of anotherwar ,

When the UN decision did come it was the aid bill. ment. I asserted drain of supplies from the Osaka with conspiring to remove while the dead of the last war _

the Arab's turn to become The "Do you know the value of all this money we big Osaka arsenal to the black !: and sell several hundred tons of are still being brought home. It
hysterical. market and to industrialists in coal copper bars, other matErialsI is grisly to speak of World War m
are going to spend on Europe? inquired Smith, Britain To
Charter, they said, was dead. They refusedto Spend that Pittsburgh of Japan. I and factory fixtures in collaboration while the wounds of World War n -

be bound by the Assembly's decision. bitingly. : Several businessmen were with Tagamatsu Kubota. are still unhealed. More than 50.- AND
Their behavior showed neither nor With a withering look that brought chuckles Balance Of Loan arrested late In November during I managing director of the Osaka 000 veteran's of the last war still

grace from other Republicans Eaton snapped back: a similar investigation in Kyoto. Machine Industrial Company. suffer In hospitals. Many will con- COLOnEL .
an acceptance of reality. It may be hoped "I've been trying to follow the reasoning of the I LONDON IUP1 The government I tinue to suffer until death releases .
the Arab will cool down disclosed last night that it will begin _
governments gentlemen from Ohio for years without success. them.A .
and admit the tragic foolishness of their I've never been able to make out what he's talking i der at of once its American spending the loan remain-, esti- 'Master Red List' OutDatedI small short South time Florida ago town I was and in ask-a & .

position. They cannot expect support from about"The mated to be $400 million, which
ed about a doctor friend who I had
the great powers. Bloodshed will not make closed-door caucus broke up with this was frozen last August. I (UP! The Justice I,i Rep. John McDowell [IR-Pal I last seen in 1940. was told he was FOR CAMEL

the UN Assembly change its decision. parting shot from majority leader Charles Halleckof The disclosure came in the pub- Department's master list of'I i f of said i a the number committee of anti-American has the names or- i no longer practicing medicine and CIGARETTES

Indiana: lication of letters between Sir I allegedly subversive organizations which he considers could be found at home. The sad,
i ganizations
"All of us are for feeding starving people Stafford Cripps. Chancellor of the, pale man who came to the door
disclosed "outofdate"yesterday the
AS RESPONSIBLE HEADS of nations, wherever they may be, but we want to make sure Exchequer. and U. S. Secy. of the': I was by two as members of the I I Justice"more important Department than has any named I when I knocked was only a remnant WDBO 9:30: P.M. I

governments ought to admit the for that Treasury John Snyder. who approved I of the happy healthy doctor
that the money we appropriate goes pur- with the exception of the Communist -
generally overlooked fact that the Pales- pose and doesn't fall into the wrong hands. And Cripp's request that Britain I House Committee on un-American DartY itself." I I I had seen seven years ago. He
again begin to spend dollars from, Activities who said they could ------ -
tine Arabs have been given independence, we also want to make sure that we don't crippleour 1 the American loan. He said he couldn't understand

just as the Jews have been given a gov- own economy in helping others." I --- -- I draft a much better one. why Atty. Gen. Clark would hold I Acawer C. Pr.vboua I-

ernment. Mrs. Shea Named I them back unless "he simply or- I New Deputy ...

Although the surface causes of post- Ex-Congresswoman Clare Booth Luce and New ExecutrixEvelyn Win dered some clerk to draw result.up"a list ___ _ _ _C I G5
Husband's Rightists . and this is the _
Vito Marcantonio clashed vehemently -
partition strife are political, the underlyingreasons York's leftish __
In a radio debate over the possibilities of "war B. Shea, 3550 S. Oran Rep. Nixon IR-Calif), said the HORIZONTAL VERTICALii dNMT
are clearly religious. So it be- with Russia." Mrs. Luce said Russia's tactics made Blossom Trail. has been named executrix -. Finland Vote I"Justice Department list included 1,7 Pictured US 1 Learning VM N P V I

comes the duty of the Moslem political and war certain. Marcantonio repeated the Vishinsky of the estate of her hus- only about 15 "really active' Communist I Army officer. 2 On thesheltered CAE i

religious leaders to order an end to it. If band. Jeremiah J. Shea who died I front groups and ignored a Lt.-Gen J. side LT' _

they do not choose to accept this duty, theme about their warmongers.After bitter debate. however. Mrs. Luce Nov. 2 leaving an estate valued al; In Early Count lot of which"other are subversive just as important.organizations "- _ 3 Have on &_;! ___
12700. The will has been admitted Small child NONcEDi'1LIsLT
there is little that can be done. I and the New York Congressman, once colleagueson to probate by County Judg t I The list was prepared by Clark, 14 Oleic acid salt 0
:5 i On time (ab.)
The British have disowned Capitol Hill relaxed. HELSINKI. Finland [APJ) First on orders of Pres. Truman. to 15 Side.- CN'' I _TE L'OS'
any respon- Victor Hutchins. inconclusive returns from Finnish i _",..1_ ......_ ,..._.,.._.__._, .' .T- .....1...... 6 Promontory
- I\\.UU"> "" uun" <.AI ""u.u.u. a .ncJ 18 Peruse 27
7 Hint Royal College 44 Detest

The Orlando Morning Sentinel Radio Program municipal elections indicated yesterday '' eral Review agencies Board in and ousting various Communists Fed-- 17 French coins 8 Hops' kiln of Physicians 45 Poems

II that three rightist parties'had Fascists and kindred elements 19 Volume 9 Lieutenant (ab.) 48 Mother
A.C C.S MUTUAL ....C ABC cia MUTUAL NBC gained seats at the expense of ab.) 28 Make a 47 Among
from the Government
WHoa WD.O WLOF WOego W1400 WOSO serv- 20 Ever (contr.)
WLOF woix the popular Democrats-a coalition 10 Permit mistake 48 Alaskan Island
". iN 1230 740 990 5" 12H 740 ice. _____
SiOCienOn _______ ___ of the Communists and other 21 Property 11 Press : 29 Vegetable 49 Rhymester
3 45 AEO
Met Oprra. Slather House p.rt Xni! G..lon' Or. Tulane vLS'.te
S I IS Woo n Antic I left-wing groups. Items '
31 Girl's 50 Impish
5:30: W""_' n Antics ______ 400 Met. Opera. ABC u__ Stocks-Weather Sports Parade Tulane! TS L State 12 Appellation name
S43 W oxi, n AnticsWnoor _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 4 13 Met. Opera. ABC _on Saturday at ChaseSaturday Sports Parade Tulane TS L State The elections Thursday and FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTS 23 Diminutive of 13 Snow vehicle 32 Droop 52 Fourth
6..iI c,' nt' Ne"sp.Pf'r use. _______ NeWS-Ree111. ___ SliD on & Nwa . 4 30% Met. Oprra ABC hh____ at Chase Noro Morales Or Tulane TS L StsTulane yesterday were to choose upwardof Edgar 18 Bone 33 Compass point Arabian caliph
44 Met Optra. ABC Notre D.-Sou. Cal. Notre D. nUS C. : L StateS LOOK
is n Antics n Farm Forum .. ReTeille .. ______ Geortia Playboys TS 10,000 councilors in cities 40 High 54 Viper
6.10 Whoot n Antics _--- Here's to Vets. News-Revellla' ___ Farm News _n__ 00 Saturday Concert _n Notre D.-Sou. Cal. :Notre D. vs USCTul.n@ TS-L.:-State boroughs and rural communities. 24 Yes (Sp.) 21 Weakness
Where is looking in
.C-43 Mpmmii' Deotit'OSou Farmer Pens. ReTeille _h_____ Prairie Drifters S IS Saturday Conrrrt _u Notre D-Sou. Cal Notre D TS US C Tulane TS L 5..te everyone 22 Salts mountains 56 Paid notice
1 3 N.wi k Music- --- YsnPstrot- e..Mus. Clock Sews =-==== 5 30 Cathedral Ho..r. Notre D-Sou. Cal Notre D. nUS C. TuJ.n@5 L. Stale Throughout the country votingwas the Classified Want-Ads "GIFT 25 Out of (prefix) 24 Chairs 41 Short barb 58 Symbol for ______
'I H: Wnoot n Antics _- Smcinc Salesmen Musical Clock n__ 74O Club h_____ 5 45 News. Com',,! ry. ABC Notre D-Sou Cal Notre! D TS U S C Sports....Fish: NenNevs :. reported heavy. In Helsinki, SPOTTER." You will be able 27 Drive off 42 Above neon ______
'I I f >p<.er .s Hayride _'- Wake Up 4t Listen Newa-Mus. Clock Spot Summary ... ,_ .,_ estimated 80 cent of the 26 Wave top
6 OO Supper Edition Notre D.-Sou. Cal Sports Show: ____ Summary .. an per to easily find gifts for all mem- _
30 Get
141\ Stopjier Hamde News .n News-Easy Llstnm 740 Club unUJ \ -e 15 Sports ___ up r r' 'r-r r 1. I}
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Notre D-Sou. Cal. Sports Show NBC Symphony voters turned out. bers of the family. This "Gift ,1 15 Ie
a )lai"n Aironsky. ABC CBS Ne ws News This Mornin New.-l1k-e.s-oIlke: cio Philo Vance _n__ Notre D-Sou. Cal. John bosnian n__ NBC Symphony I returns-From rural districts' 34 Elite
8 .:j 8na. Stuff .. Renfro Valley ... Tommy Dorsey R Lelbrrt, Ori'nui _6 45_Phtlo Vance Notre D-Sou Cal Sports Parade NBC Symphony .. I Early Spotter. will be your daily _ _ - - - _
8 ) Sna.:. Stuff Renfro Valley Glee Club A Amb. Richard Lelbert .. where the voting took onlya guide to better Christmas Gifts. 33 Car ''II : i"i".J ____
8 45 N.SlImmary.. 7 OO Saturday Swinf Club Notre D.-Sou. Cal. Notre D. TI use NBC Symphony ;
Breakfast Brerltles
Air Lan.Trio'The Four Knights ;
day-showed that the popular 38 Prattle _ _
'I 15 Saturday Swine Club Notre D-So. Cal. Notre .
-- D TS. U S CNewscope NBC Symphony Dial 4161 .
8.3 Who Knoa-------. Ness collegiate Band __ Story, Shop '; 30 The Whoot Owls ._n Lily and Curly u u Curtun Time ____ Democrats suffered losses in 75 'Indian .to rr.i .., __ _
II !t \\.10 omZ Before Dr. Cornea 4 Knwhts Story Shop '; 45 The Whoot Owls Sports ___ .
P.Ir" of Air Sports _ _
9 ) Parade Curtain Time cent of those districts while Ask for Want-Ads for tin - - -
I I1"1"* Time. ABC Birthday Party .. Robert Hurlelgh Coffee With Cong per 38 Symbol ,. -.5 }
4:1: T Bar'leu Time. 8 OO Saturday Semi Club L. Murray it.Twenty Questions M.-ModttD.: Mood I !
1 Birthday Party Helen Hall coffee With Conic : their strength remained the same 39 Niton (symbol)
8 15 Saturday Swim Club L. Murray Pres'nti Twenty Questions Mu. Modern Mood
i1.J 1015 V S Nest BndA.. e Leis len Dixie Four Prink ) rrlWU. 8 30 Saturday Swine Club Bill Goodwin ... Concert Hour Mu. Modern Mood in the rest. The shift indicatedso 40 Bustle W :s- - :
Ortwing ..
Pains Musical Pgm. Frank MerrlweU
Herman's Quintet
111 ) Campas News Saturday Stiniciub Ned Calmer Concert Hour Mu. Modern Mood far however, was not large. succeeded :1
Mary Lee Taylor Shady Valley Polka Archie Andrews 43 He _ 3
!.> 45 T..h.'frf'Dds\ Mary Lee Taylor Shady Valley Folks Archie Andrews _. 9OO Gansbusters.: ABCTJoanDai-------. Stop If HeardJHti'arade =___: amounting only to from one to Gen T ., 5. $i
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Omnsbusten.: ABC Joan Davis nStoplfHeard .__ Hit ParadeWORZ __
!J :.J Abbe'[ .* Coatello.AEC W. 'Sweeney. News BID Harrtnatoa Meet the Id..k.---. 9 30 Murder A Mr. Malone Vaughn Monroe Name That Bong Jamboree u three seats in municipal councils. Handy nt5r _
11.15 Abbott c Costello. ABC Let Pretend __ __ .. j
Song stylists Meet the Meets 9 45: Murdrr Mr. 3
n Monroe
MaioneJVauthn Son WORZ Jamboree Results from cities and from industrial _
11 10 Piano __
Playhouse. ABC
AdTenture's Club Say With Music Smilm' Ed U C'ne ;48Bee (comb.
11-45 Piano Playhouse. ABC Adventure Club Say With Muse! _-. Srnllin' Ed M'tTne l.. JS no frof.- Quiz ABC ( ic-Smt- Bite: Serenade Chicago Theater T WORZ Jamboree areas with a large per- form IH 11 _ _
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l.i.j/6 Hoo.. Edition Theater of Today P.D- Americana .. story Tune 11 00 Hews of Tomorrow Abe Burrows Chicago Theater I centage of workers where the ,
Here s to Veterans Volcanic
II'15 Leatue. Women Voters Theater of Today Albert Warner .. Story I 11 15 T Coffin. Wash.ABC
1. 10 7bt Am. Farmer. ABC Stars Over Hood Flight Into Past Home Is ehat-Y U I - Moon- Dreams Chicago- -TSeater Dance BandIt __ __ polling closed last night. were not matter 1 . .. ic _ _
lit: 45 The Am Farmer. ABC stars O\er H wood Fliebt Into Past Home is What You I 30 2raB" Blossoms --- News .. Sports Parade"TIT Nems From NBC expected until late today. % % s ... .-
12 92 i'w* Dance OTch'Slr. Morton _= i, 53 First man .
Downey W. W. I
1.tf O N His Mights. ABC Grand Central Sta Lunch'n at SardTs Nat. Farm. Home 12 15 Oct Room Coliseum Okla Roundup ..-. Korn-Krackia Guy Lombardo Chapka Or. The three rightist parties are See Us 54 of bomb rw l. 01) .... tt5 ... 1 1 oA SO
1:15 U N Highlights ABC Grand Central Sta Lunch'n at Sard's Nat. Farm. HomeBli.y 1Z.SOOwlRoom CaliteumJ otia. Roundup Korp-Xews u__ Guy Lombardo Or. the conservative rally the Progressive w"1For Type 'Jr; I'. _
1 j) Butterflvld Orch. County Pair Binds for Bonds Veterans AdTiaerBob 1.00: Sign oa ___ ___________ nn 55 Churchdignitary srQrln1t ..
1-45 Chester Intemew County Fair_Bands for Bonds Report on Europi ---- --- NewiDane. sijog NewsDesl ______ __ !i Party also were among the AHEAD ttf
Ti iAeF6oer&.-ABC Give&Take ____ reatberatoce Or. Music of the M'n't Dance Orch Orch. Ama &: Or. I!I principal parties in the elections. : _
2 IS Met Opera. ABC __ Ol.. Take ____ Pratberston Adrian Rollinl Or. needs! 57 Foot part 5 51 5
n Or. Music or the M n I Dance ___ Your HEATING 55
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Everglades: .. .
2 2."J .Met'.. Opera.0....'.. ABC ARC_- Evertlsdr* Ded.Ded. Everglades ETertlades Dfrd DM. Fret Pres. Truman Truman __ Ne.... ._nh___ andlSUiTbU l John Adams was the last member 53 Long steps .g _ _
SmsOff __ Orlando BUTANE GAS Service SOHeisnew-",
:. ''J M' Opera.: ABC .- Hither House P"'rty Leo Pieper's Or. Tul.M T s L Stat: ,e Okla Roundup __ 1 of the Federalist party to be ,
3.15: Met Opera. ABC MItherHonseP'rty' Leo Pipers Or Tulane vt L Stat'C Oils Roundup elected President of the United 1032 W. Robinson ".... Phone 2-1733 chief of staff _ - _
3so ML Opera ABC Slather House Pity Kinc GOons Or Tulane TS L Stat' States.


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c- Weather Aids Bright Celery Crop Prospects


1 r| Saturday;December 6 1 1947 IL
Truck Outlook fHcrnutg rntinrl Telephones: 4161 or 3-1681 p0ne 7

I ''World Harbor 'Indian River Curbs

Caldwell Scores Miamians' 'Provincialism' Reported GoodFavorable %: Agencies Swell

MIAMI [UP] Gov. Caldwell yesterday chided Miamians for their'prgvinclaU.sm"

and told them they had failed the State in not pro weather In Central

viding a proper leadership in many fundamental problems facing Florida for most truck crops dur- Union UrgedWEST Seen Until Dec. 17 State ReceiptsTALLAHASSEE

Florida. ing: the second half of November I

Caldwell. before a Kiwanis meeting, said Miami owes it to I was reported here yesterday by PALM BEACH API The II I fSr" -' to, OIi", Momi-a! W. "'c!] I '
the State to take definite and effective interest in Statewide the Federal Bureau of Agricultural need for an international LAKELAND-The f IAP Scven7-
organ- t earliest at which Indian River
Economics which said the ship- four
important different
Issues. ization of port authorities to bring State a;=-nrtes and
celery crop was making pers can expect relief from tightened Florida Citrus Marketing
He declared the tourist city has disappointed the State in its good . "order out of a chaotic maze of departments had a han: tn co!-

failure to solve water conservation problems growing out of the development progress.Elsewhere in the State except Governmental regulations" was Agreement regulations which they say will keep ,lecting the record "ecc:-:) s of

of Everglades areas bordering the west of the city. Unless for the last few days of the expressed here yesterday. their fruit off the Christmas market is Dec. 17, it appearedhere $181.024.918 for tir F 3lia
sound measures taken he said the Eitel Sander Argentine trade yesterday. treasury last rear and 9* helped
are area will become A dry month the weather was too .
wasteland. i warm for best development of representative in New York City Under an amendment to the* spend it.Coinpt.

some crops the bureau reported. :. speaking before the American As- marketing agreement. Secy of | Clarence Gas an-
sociation of Port nual
Authoirties urged report showed 1h office
229 Vets Ineligible 'My Club' Enjoined 'pared The by bureau's J. C. Townsend report was Jr pre andJ. that the group take the initiativein Agrculture Anderson can j' i ii major revenue< ('o1ccr! wIJi was

TALLAHASSEE API) A TALLAHASSEE API] Declaring B. Owens. agricultural statisticians standardizing hemispheric port gate separate regulations O,78O.6 9 in receipts Beverage

total of 229 Florida veterans the establishment a with the assistance of G. N. regulatIons. Indian River section Dec. i i I ;Department turned in 32835669.
have been d public nuisance.. Circuit Judge Rose associate agricultural econo Your organization is doing good it will take at least two II Vehicle Commission $15-
eclared.elIgible W. May Walker yesterday enjoined mist. work in this field from coast to them to become effective. .067 and Racing Ccn...n-ssion
to receive future readjustment coast," he said "but there is stilla I U.6H.71S-a1l from State.
operation of "My Club. I I "Cool and clear weather is need "Regulations must axcs.
allowances under the GI Bill a roadside stand where J. C. ed in all producing sections if the __tremendous job to be done on lished in the Federal I I The Welfare Commission sent

of Rights the State Industrial Griffin was killed during a maturing crops are to be harvested DR. J. HILLIS MILLER an international scale. be effective and that ) to the treasury $15.026,576 in
Commission said yesterday. fight several weeks ago. satisfactorily and the intended "Everywhere until Dec. 17 Federal .
at best.
.' I you go you encounter i I i ; money donated to
. .
-t. I I Winter plantings are to be made," taps. policies I different regulations. Sevmour. ,I match State contribution for
Tampa Ministers See Decline in Gambling II I: they said. These make it difficult, and the marketing | old ace assistance and aid to
I I I They reported that harvesting of sonrtimes even impossible, to mittees, said here ' the blind and to dependent chile
TAMPA [APJ A committee named by the Tampa Ministers' Assn. celery in the Zellw ood area should EducationCompetition do business." I He said he had been I| dren.
to probe gambling here reported yesterday "there is less I
gambling increase next week with possiblya !
than in recent years." few cars from the Evergladesand Sander praised the establish- with USDA officials in \ i > Other receipts ran down. to the
The ment of foreign trade zones at ton and that they had $150 the attorney general! ) fe-
croup filing its report after looking into gambling Oviedo sections this week
reports -
the ports of New York and New they would give from sale of a Handbook
for several weeks, said, however "there Is gambling in Harvesting at Sanford was not expected -
a regulation permitting
Orleans : legal .
and adverti.seml'ntOf
as proposed at San
Tampa. to start until early January -
Deplored Francisco. River shippers to move U. the $168,859 953 pent; during
The committee Headed by the Rev. Harry H. Waller, said it had .The they cabbage: said. in the Central .It would be a good idea" he grade oranges at the i fiscal year that ended June
not established'the existence of a gambling syndicate although it '' Florida and West Coast GAINESVILLE [API] "Competi- !'! declared, "if the whole world were sible moment. biggest item was 38833.427

had received several anonymous reports about operations of bIg- areas was reported to be making tion in education has unfortunately :I one great foreign trade zone. We're Under State-wide i counties and cities about half
scale gambling operations. getting there, of course and I dare fective for the two ; teachers' salaries
I II !I i higher fair to temperatures good progress than despite de- been of the bad sort," Univer- say we'll realize such a thing in fling Monday. shipment of ; The State also spent $36,598-

sired. sity of Florida Pres. J. Hillis Mil- another 10 years" grading No 2 is held to : on capital outlay items--road

Auto Runs Over Cyclist, Southern Appoints Two |I 1 Good progress was also reported i,Iler said here last night in a pub- Speaking the same panel, cluded in the ; bridge construction erection

Fails To Injure Victim I LAKELAND TAP] Pres. Ludd M. '' for the Zellwood section's carrot I lic address commemorating the Dr. Fernando :Miranda de Car- pack which is mainly; new buildings and purchase of
I 171st of the founding valho, No. 1 grade fruit. Current obLsations; : .
anniversary administrator
Spivey of Southern College yesterday crop with harvesting expected in i 1 i of the portof at
WINTER HAVEN [rAP Rodis C. : announced the appoint- January of Phi Beta Kappa. Rio de Janeiro, complained The majority of the : welfare payments ad un

Walker. 24. of Lake Alfred was I Zellwood. Sanford and Manatee i I lie said that there has been I of poor packaging by 1T. S. exporters shippers market ) compensation pay
ment two additions fac
o to the -accounted for 31332734.
thrown from a motorcycle yesterday I were reported to be the State's'principal too much bad competition between which he said caused grade fruit, but in the
under a passing auto. A rear ulty. They are Dr. Thomas A. sources of romaine and educational programs, dockside congestion and delaysin River section straight No. Salaries and wages cost $%6-

wheel passed over his abdomen. I I IH Wagner as an assistant professorof Big Boston lettuce. with har- leading institutions to abandonor unloading at the port of arrival No. 2 grade parks are u 838,728 and $553.680 was paid

education and Miss Mildren A. vesting in progress. The weatherwas ignore a sound educational most exclusively. for professional fees and con-
e arose apparently unhurt except said to have been too warm j suiting :services.
[ "It is evident that cardboard I
procedure because did not
they :
S for a scraped skin. Drach. as an Instructor in business I i Speaking against the
for this crop. | boxes be suitable Listed for contractual
| introduce it. i may for the when it was services
administration.Girl .
Supplies of peppers. principally I protection of goods carried by $11096632 Total Of $1041.376 ,-
The American Navy has $3 billion from Winter Garden. Wauchula I "Competition has not been limited -I[ train and truck on joursejs with- Tuesday by the marketing | ; was marked up for purhase -
Invested in chips and shore Dies in Class Palmetto. Ruskin and Sanford. willt only to rivalry between in- out trans-shipment" he said. ment committees J, J. of commodities Food pro-

property. continue light during this !i stitutions has been practiced "This however is not the case Titusville. said Indian .... mostly for inmates of Statenstitutions
LAKELAND (API A schoolgirl the statisticians said.They i between departments on indivi- pers would lose their .
COLLEGE |I with goods exported to South 'i accounted for $2,678-
PARK 8, Miriam Dunn, died suddenly Ina also reported that the .I dual campuses and carried on for. America which are subject to price differential if they t of it,
SHOE REPAIRING Winter of English 'I II personal, departmental. or institutional combination pra'1e.
classroom yesterday at nearby I acreage peas trans-shipment from train to !
will be "much lighter than in advantage rather than in He said growers would
e Guaranteed Workmanship Kathleen School. Dr. George Lee !! truck. and to lighters and vessels .
the name of truth and academic hold their on the
S New Factory previous "Such inadequate packing renders ,
Machinery Overstreet, family physician for "
1 tit later because it would
SHOE REPAIR SHOP the gIrls parents Mr. and Mrs. The strawberry crop in the'1 excellence. ,i the goods liable to much damage -
Plant City. Wauchula and Webster I i Turning to the positive side of and greatly facilitates possible to pick only No.
[la 5 and SOc Store] A. Dunn said he would ask for an pilfering _
I to be the problem, Dr. Miller pointed to ." fruit.A /
Floyd Wheeler. MJT. autopsy to determine cause of sections was reported |I
____COLLEGE PARK_ death making up much of the early delay -, the kind of educational competition -, possibility that the I Opt* I245.-U* DorW
in setting and harvesting in to be praised and practiced River section would
* * * * * * * * * * ** * * * "fair proportions" was predictedby The kind of "competition that $250,000 'Social'Suit combination grade t DIMWT fnrur

To Hove a jt Christmas. aims to do a better job of teach- foreseen but this did not I FUN AND FANCY FREE

( tSTAif'R Harvesting of tomatoes was said ing youth to think. to devise bet- DismissedMIAMI rialize because of the Conoid Duel- MKI Movt'D
r s to have started In both the Mana- ter methods of imparting information of time remaining before I
;tee-Ruskm and Fort Pierce sections to push back the frontiersof I API Federal Judge: rate regulation would be V.Ii.,

II j XMS HOliDAYS ONLY' SPECUL PRICES ON PACKAGE GOODS with its peak expected knowledge. to acquaint youth John W Holland yesterday dismissed refg1I)1ii
I i COCKTAILS BEER FOOD PACKAGE GOODS : around the middle of the month. with a better understanding of a $250.000 damage siut Sen. Pepper Visits )
Six Miles from City Limits on Cheney Highway ':, 'i .1 I brought by Charles H. Duell! Open 12.45--Us DoeBill
k* * * * ** * * * * * * * * * * : ( against socially prominent Palm Montverde School I Elliot"WYOMING"lob
I Dance to the brand music of
i Beach residents, whom he alleged
I [iSpr:; -1'l !'13rr'g: S Orlando't' Ch.ste tr Hi* Orckettc m
"conspired to embarrass" him
SAMMY GOBLE & his orchestra I by MONTVERDE Sen. I'
SPECIAL causing him to be forced from the "TROCADERO"
OFFERING TONITE 8:30-12 P.M. I exclusive Everglades Club. Pepper paid his first visit : Tomo"oe'Cop.c.be.. *
Montverde school
i Judge Holland ruled that no Goo", CeasuyLt'IuIcI
THE LAKESIDE PARK Senator toured the
SHERIDAN 1209 EDGEWATER DR. I proof of conspiracy existed in the buildings with Pres Karl
24! Miles South of Orlando on Old Dixie Highway incident Jan. 23. 1945, charged
and addressed the student
I against Mr and Mrs. Baile Kack-i
AZALEAS 39c CAMELLIAS $2.50 icy Mrs. R. Stuyvesant Pierre- Ope 45--ta r Day

BITDDFm AND t'Pl fBITJDEm AND UP 7\t miles east of pont, Mr. and Mrs. J. Kenneth Shoryn MoIfet--"BANJO"
TROCADERO CLUB Orlando. on ChonoyHighway. Williamson, Mrs. Mae Andrews. roar, IreclM M

.... .
. DANCING. Every |IF|I 1 H| KXOULTOVS. ORCHESTRA Every Eddie Longo. | BulbI.pinchla. binding bellies, sUpping Tomorrow Homr"MO

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Page 8 Saturday, December 6, 1947 Champion Wins I

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v6; JiJteM! Limit DecisionBy Fighting Battles USC Irish . .,.SI ,...., U-, : 23 Within Four

Charlie Wadsworth By, BOB The HAYES Sentinel-Star's sports staff NEW YORK GAYLE API TALBOT An older and At Los AngelesLOS Strokes Of TexasStar's

handling coverage of the current $10,000 Orlando PGA slower Joe Louis just barely did

Open, firmly believes we have in the tourney this year the save his world heavyweight ANGELES (CUP] Notre

finest field of amateur linksmen "you'll find anywhere championship last night at Madi- : Dame's football team armed yes- I IF 135 Score

outside of the National Open." son Square Garden when Jersey terday in such shape that Coach
Joe Walcott a smooth customer
Charlie, who has'also reported the two previous PGA Open's Frank Leahy sadly reported that
from Camden. N. J., carried him
stared here has a lot of substantiation to to along 'With his belief. the limit of 15 gruelling rounds "everything points to a Southern : _,By?? M,. _ <;-WADSWORTHA. r.0 sr---, 0-f, |'

He singled out such star amateurs in tourney as Frank Stranahan. and forced the three ring off i California victory" today in this ? g

Skee Riegel. Felice Torzo, Dick Chapman Doug Ford, etc., to back cials to make a close and exact- battle of gridiron giants. I I Jimmy Demaret. the gaily garb-

up his argument.A -ing decision. ed Texan from Ojai, Calif.. yesterday -
But despite his pessimistic
glance at the half-way mark scores tends to bear him out. too. Knocking down twice in the pre- squeezed into the lead of the
diction and the possibility of a tkka
Stranahan who was a part-year student at Rollins once, was early rounds and his left eye beaten wet field, which Leahy said would $10.000 Orlando Open Golf Tour-

well up the top way with a 136 for the first 36 holes-a matter of until it was a mere slit. the further handicap his team, the nament by the narrowest of mar-
Brown Bomber had to witha
some five strokes under regulation figures. The Canadian and come mighty Irish still rated a 13 1-2
furious rush in the closing
Western Open champ also runner-up In both the British Open and point favorite. gins.The
stanzas to gain the verdict of the smiling American Ryder
the National Open. is tabbed by Wadsworth as a "fellow who two judges. Frank Forbes and The Notre Dame mentor revealed Cup team member fired a sizzling

eould win this tourney." I Marty Monroe. Ruby Goldstein that Jim Martin star end

Riegel. king of the amateurs now. put together a 69-7S for a twooverpar the referee. marked his card for and Halfback Emil Sitko were under four-under-par 67 which. tacked

total of 144. Walcott. It was that close. doctor's treatment for influenza. onto his 68 yesterday gave hima

Torzo the youthful Hartford, Conn.. golfer who took top qualifying The crowd that packed the But he hoped and believed. seven-under-par 135 but it

honors with a five-under 66. has had a brace of par-71 rounds Garden roared its disapproval of they would be ready to play today. wasn't a safe lead at all.
the verdict. Louis himself He said however. that Terry
so far. He's tagged one of the "real up-and-coming" players.
For bracketed within four
so disgusted at his showing, Brennan. the speedy halfback who
Dick Chapman former national amateur champ, and Doug strokes of the nattily attired
against his veteran Negro opponent has a cast on his injured knee
Ford. top amateur in our tourney last year. are others among the that he attempted to definitely would not play. Demaret' were 23 other membersof

tar-studded field of amateurs engaged in the meet. the crack field at the half-
jump through the the
ropes "I don't how winit iriuI
see we can i ,
Presence of the bumper crop of amateurs takes nothing away from the last bell rang and had ay. and all gave every indica-
he added. "We haven't hada
numbers.the lustre of play-for-pay boys-either. They're here and in goodly to handlers.be forcibly restrained by his good workout in two weeks. 1:1: try tion of Club's giving par Dubsdread 71 figures Coun-a

Everything; points to a Southern
1 thorough going over in today'sand
Far from scoring his 15th California "

It may or may not be of any notable news value now, but Ernest straight knockout as he had been victory. iI i Sunday's final rounds.

Woodward of Winter Garden yesterday passed along the informationthat I expected to do Louis was himself Leahy's pessimism was not iI I Tournament officials announcedlast
dumped to the canvas twice in shared by his players. Johnny Lu- night: that the field has been
the Lake-Orange League has disbanded-and did couple of >
so a
the early rounds and never succeeded jack. the All-American quarterback I p.updto the low 61 scorers who

weeks ago at Apopka.It in putting Walcott down and George Connor. the star will compete for the coetedand

isn't the first time the circuit has disbanded in the off-season The champion hit the floor fora a tackle. both forecast an Irish vic- I JavCee-sponsored tourna-

and it's a good bet the circuit will fire up again next Summer. It always two count in the second chapter tOry.The ment purses.

does. and went down for a toll of seven City of Los Angeles" was I h- Frankie Stranahan. Toledo O.

Disbanding of the league this time was largely due to oppositionto in the fourth. both times from gripped by a football fever as local ,- ..5. amateur ace. was one of three

another year of 10-club operation, such as the loop experiencedlast whistling rights to his jaw.A i partisans debated the remote pos- i wFAVORED golfers just one stroke behmd De-.....
year. crowd of 18,154 which paid a sibilities of an upset victory. ; i-- "'. maret. Stranahan shot a 69 Yes-
-ecord Garden gate of sat Southern California has not defeated v'
When it reforms this Winter or next Spring, it'll probably be an $216,477 '. terda to total 136-the same scoreas
in amazement round after Notre Dame since 1939 and .,
through ,
I "
eight but maybe a six club league. '; Ed Furgol of DetrOIt. and Pete
has but victories the series -
round as Walcott regarded merely $ in
: the popular Ponte Vedra
the best against 11 for the Irish and I \ 't
;as of a sorry lot of heavy- one -
Clarence [Pants] Rowland. Pacific Coast League prexy and chair- weight contenders. stepped around I ; rle :..... Beach shotmaker posted.

man of the Minor League's executive committee declined to discuss the Brown Bomber and tied him tie.For Notre Dame the game ends t 2V Furgol. for his two day's play.

the matter Thursday, but it is a fact he laid out a tough path of "do's" in knots. the 1947 season but Southern California ::-Jrk 4 S had a 68-68-136, while Cooper.

'and "don't's" for Homer Smith of DeLand. in reinstating Smith to There could have been no still has Michigan to meet $- .. playing consistently, racked up a

elligibility as a club officialIn doubt after the first few rounds in the Rose Bowl New Year's Day. .;# ,- ,. S .S v. .. similar card.

fact. It seems incongruous that Rowland and his fellow I that Louis the great champion Today's game was expected to bea kv. ; ._ Back of this trio. at 137. were
committeemen -
had slipped. The old punchwasn.t yardstick for Michigan which ii" ,:s... 2' ? Clay Haefner, Charlotte, N. C.,
lay down such stiff ', .
a course. of- Johnny Palmer. Badin. N. C.. Her-
there. In the ninth disputes Notre Dame's claims to '
Smith made a mistake. paid for it with a year's suspension tat round Louis hurt Walcott witha being the leading team in the TAKES GOLF LEAD: Jimmy Demaret, Ojai, STAR TRAILS: Sam Snead, popular man Keiser. Akron, 0., and Frank
least on the surface or more, and what else should there be to it? Moore St. Louis.
and then backed him
right land. California shown here Hot Springs Va. who member of
We're he's pro, is completing a pro is a
glad back
in official baseball's good
graces. anyway, even against the ropes with a fusil- shot while registering his brilliant round of 67 the American Ryder Cup team yesterday fell Herman Scharlau the Bloomington -
Jf we don't appreciate the additional conditions ,
imposed by the execu- lade of blows. But Walcott nev-
shot 72
Ill., who a
tive committee. er looked like going down and LSU Tulane ,I yesterday which gave him a total of 135 and behind in the scramble for the top money in Thursday yesterday pro rapped out

before the round ended he was ''a I one-stroke lead in the $10,000 Orlando the $10,000 Orlando Open Golf Tournamentby the best score of the day a
Jimmy Burns :Miami Herald sports editor, is confident that Jack trading punch for punch with i! Open Golf Tournament. scoring a 69-74- -143.Yesterday's five-under-par 66 to total 138

Harding win the champion.So ; _. that lead with George
continue as the University of Miami's head football -- Jt: "f-' tQ and share
coach despite the welter of criticism that genial Jack drew last close it was that after the Fazio. Los Angeles. George Bol-

when his highly-touted team failed miserably until they scared year the hush final as bell Announcer there was Harry a deathless Balogh Tangle Today .! Wildcats Take 1'I Scores, Today's PairingsYesterday' I esta, Tampa, Bill Kaiser, Louisville -

Dave Douglas Wilmington
daylights out of Alabama. scores: Today's. pairings. and starting times:
gathered the ballots. Thousandsin I Jimmy Demaret.. Ojai.. Cal.. 6-67-135: ; 1000 am.1.. T.ulm.D. 145. Sh"lb7- I Del., Henry Ransom. Ravania
"Hell be back another year, just wait and see" Burns observed. the crowd thought they had NEW ORLEANS [lAP] Tulane Frank Stranahan. . Toledo. 67-$9--136: ; ville, Ind.; -Pete Dye. 148 Urbana. O. 111., and Ten Johnson Norris-
Burns did not exclude the possibility that changes elsewhereon >seen the big title change hands. and Louisiana State University, a On VillanovaIn I I Ed Furgol Detroit. 6S-M-136; Pete Coe- 10:07 a.m. .-Ted Kroll 145, Philmont. Pal. I I
1 0*r. Pont Vedra. Fla.:. 66 -13G: Clayton John R. Lyons. 147 Garden City N. Y- I town Pa.Thursday's.
the Hurricane grid coaching staff would be made. Frank Forbes. the first judge. gaveit couple of teams that fared but Heafner. Charlotte. N. C., 68-69_137: ; Joe Ezar, 145, Orlando. CIa i1O
: to Louis bv 8 rounds to 6. with humbly in the Southeastern foot- I Herman. Keiser Ak..i.. Ohio S7-7O-137. ;14 a.nv-Walter Burkemo Detroit I two leaders Jerry
Goldstein voted for Wal- ball conference this season are expected Bowl ClashCLEVELAND | Johnny Palmer.. Badm. N. C.. 67-70-137; Mich., 145; 'Herbert. P. Smith 147. Orlando I I Goss of Savannah. and Douglasfell
one even. I Frank. Moor. St. Louis Mo., 61-69-137; Fla.. Johnny Gibson. 144 Wilmette. -I
cott 7 to 6. with two even. Judge to draw a bigger crowd than Herman. Scharlau.. Bloomington., III.. 72-66 III ; I back. Goss who shot a 66

Pinev Woods Draw Set Tomorrow Marty Monroe swung the verdict several of the bowl games when I API Contrasting I| -13S. George Fazio....., Los Angeles, Fix.,. 69-69 69-69 1021 a.m.-Cary. Middlecoff. 145 Memphis Thursday, boomeranged to a 76
iSO Georae Bol. Tampa
'to Louis. 9 rounds to 6. they tangle here this afternoon. feelings of confidence and gloom 13S; Bill Kaiur. Louisville. Ky.. 69.69-- Tenn.; Geor9 Hamer. 145. Columbus -. yesterday for a 142 total while
| Walcott looked stunned at the I! Tulane's athletic department announced I were expressed by the rival coaches 138; Dave Douglas, Wilmington, Del.. 6672 ., Ga.; Ky Lf oon, 145 St. Andrews.III. I Douglas added a 72 to his 66.
Drawings are set for 8 tomorrow Entries I that selloutof : -13S; Henry $ansoei. Ravinia. III., 70. To qualify for today's round, a
close at the
pjn. beginning of yesterday a .
announcement. Both he and his yesterday as the squads of Ken- 6*-13S; Terl Johnson Norrtstown, Pa.. 10:28: a.m.-Otey Crisman, 143. Miami I
at the Tropical Hotel drawings. handlers were so certain he had 68.000 tickets is "practically assured" 67-71-13:.; Claude. Harmon. Mamaroneck. : Beach. FI...: Otto Gremer. 143.: Baltimore score of 145-the same as last year
I for the contest. This figure tucky and Villanova went through N. Y.. 70-69--139: ; Skip Alexander. Lexington Md.; Jerry Goss, 142 Savannah. . -had to be registered.
Kissimmee for the start Mondaymorning Registrations for 150 of the na won that Jersey Joe made no attempt final workouts for the first an- N. C.. 68-71-139.: Gen Webb. Spring Ga.Ind... I
of the tion's top dogs have been listed to fight in the final round. would represent a record attend- field. Mo.. 71-61-139.: and. Toney Penn.., 10:15:: a.m.-Bob Hamilton. 143. Eoansville. Disappointment to the gallery as
second annual I ance for a regular-season game in nual Great Lakes Bowl Game in 68-71 139.: Ed Oliver 140. Wilmington. Del4 round"
and winners of stakes throughoutthe but contented himself with skip- Cincinnati Ohio ; I well as himself was the bad 71'
Piney Woods Club. Inc. field trials. country will be on hand for ping around and keeping out of the Southeastern circuit. I I Cleveland Stadium here today. E. J. (Dutch) Harrison.. York. Pa.. 69-71. Buck White 143: Battle Creek Mich. I!'I suffered by Slammin' Sammy
Coach Jordan Olivar of Villa- -140; William. Urban. Pottstown Pa. 70. 10:42: a.m.-Starters Tim. I
the four events on the program. harm's way. Scarcely:: a blow was The series record is 22 wins for I 70--14O; Chick Harbcrt. Detroit 10:49: a.m.-Leland. Gibson, 143: Kansas. Snead, the Hot Springs Va. pro,
said his team "came out to
struck the round. L.S.U and 18 for Tulane. There nova 140 Ed Oliver. Wilmington. Del.. 7:1-67-: who to 74 yesterday and
Stakes will be in the following in ; City Mo.; Fred Haas Jr. 143.: New Orleans I,f slipped a
CENTURY OIL BURNERS run ,Cleveland to play a ball game uo: TOfft W..ht. Kno.yII. T.nn., 69-71 Uaj Glenn Teal., 142 Jacksonville, mark.
Louis disclosed in his dressing have been four ties. totalled 143 at the halfway
order P. .
: amateur all-age: and win it. That's what we intendto -140; Low Worsh..m Jr. O..kmont F .. ,I
AND amateur room that he had injured his 72-69--141; Vic Ghezzi Deal.. N. J., 71-70 Claude Harmon the former Or-
derby all-age
; open do. 10-56 a m.-Terl Johnson 13* Nornstown
OIL BURNING FURNACES and derby. right hand, probably in the fifth tion for a toll of two before he -141; Ed Brook Winter. Haven, Fla.Fla,. P...; oF lice Torza.. 142. Hartford. Conn. landoan now registering from Ma-
open C7-74-141 Gl"nn Teal Jacksonville
round. His trainer, Mannie Sea- Paul [Bear) Bryant, the Ken- 73-69 -141: Al Smith Winston-Salem. Dutch Harrison 140, Little Rock, Ark .I'I maroneck N. Y., had a 70-69-139
The amateur all-age event will said fist arose. ,'I tucky pilot, wasn't, so optimisticas 70-72 142 'Felice Torza., Hartford.. 1103 a.m.-Al' Smith. 142, Winston-Salem i Charles Harmon
MAX T. RICHARDS mon, the appeared to That apeared to set the pattern. N. C. ; N. C4 Charles. H. Harmon.. 142 Jackson. while brother
-Sine. 1S2SMM be for any dog handled by an be fractured and would be X- Walcott visibly gained confidence. he mulled over his injury- Conn., .Mich.71-71: -69-73 142;-Charles 142. and Harmon Jerry Jackson Goss-, Mich.. Ed Brook, 141 Winter Haven. skipped in with. a 69-73-142.

I N. ORANGE. PHONE!: HSM amateur; the amateur derby for rayed today. Joe was disgusted while Louis looked flustered from riddled squad. Savanna. Ga.. 66-76 142.:; Fla. Two local performers Amateur
dogs whelped after Jan. 1, 1946 with, himself. Asked if he 1 . 69-74 11:10 a.m.-Ciaud. Harmon 139. MamarS.nock and Denny Champagne -
Springs. Va. Smith
there on. Walcott stepped around Bryant said Halfback Jack Farris Sam Snead Hot . N. Y.; Bill Kaiser. 13: $. Louisville, Herb
and handled by an amateur; the thought Walcott was a second 143.: Fred Haas. Jr., New Orleans.. La. 71- Ky.; Lew Worsham 141. Oakmont.. Pa.. Dubsdread pro. failed to
shifted and feinted. and refusedto who turned in an average of 72-143.: Otto Grelner, Baltimore. 49-74-
all-age to all dogs and rate fighter, the champion 11-17 a.m.-Jack Burke. 143.: Mamaroneck.. as did the
open open mum- be cornered. Louis followed him 6.4 during the 143: : Buck Whit, Battl Creek Mich.: 7S-6S post the necessary score
ANNOUNCINGCRYSTALS the derby for'any dog whelped . bled: "No. I am." yards per carry -143: : Otey Crisman. Miami Beach. Fla.. N. Y.. 'Dick Chapman. 144. Pinehurst, members of the British Ryder
open two
about doggedly piling up points regular season, wouldn't be able 71-72-143.: Tony Manero. Stamford Conn.. N. C.; Erne Ball. 144, Oak. Park. III. I
after Jan. 1. 1946.A The champion's left eye was 11:24: ajn.-Starters. Time.O.'George team-Eric Green and Jimmy
for all shape now and then with left jabs but to play at all. 70-73-143: ; Leland. Gibson. Kansas. City, Cup
$1,000 will to the nearly closed and his lips were so M.. 71.7:1-14:1: : ; Bob. H..m.lton Cvanocilo.S.d. . 11:11:: ...m.-Skl" AI..nder.. 1:19.: Lo.in.- Adams.
purse go never could his veteran opponent "Don does most of the
WATCHES pin Phelps ,
.. n.71-14:1: : Mk. O.tz. Dot-o.t. 74-69 ton N. C. Ton.y Penna 1:19.: C.ncnnati
1 HOUR SERVICE first three place winners of the puffed he barely could smile. Wal- down. carrying and it isn't likely that -14:1: ; John Wetzei Itudng P.... 74-69-- Fazio, IM L A. Calif... Yesterday, it was all

EXPERT WATCH REPAIRING open all-age event along with I cott said he had been confident I'll be able to play him much if 14:1: ; Jack aurk.. M..m..ro..ock. N. Y.. 74. 11:3S a mWm.. Urban.. 140. Pottstown. who carded himself an eagle and
Amateui. he would win after the first round Ever so often Walcott foughtin 69--143.: Ellsworth Vines. Los Angeles 72- P...; Johnny Weitzel. 143.: Headine, P...; four birdies along the way and
HI nnif Q JEWELRY sterling trophies. flurry, scoring with clear at all. Bryant added. "Right End 71-143: : '5k.. Riegel. Upper Darby. Pa.. Mike Di.U, 143: Detroit Mich. .
and declared that Louis hurt a boles only.
DLUUrV 18 w. Church St winners w ill l receive silver trophies.. never 69-75--144; Johnny Gibson Wilmette III.. went over par on two
Wallace Jones leading
our receiver a.m.-H.rman Keiser 137: Akron,
rights and lefts, and it obviouslywas .
him. He the Pn.hurst.
probably was telling 72.U-144: Ch..n. I 1 Today is a different story-
0. B. Ransom. IM.: Ravinia. 1114
this that caught the of. is as doubtful a starter as N. C.. 75-69--144. and Err. Bail O.kPark ; Henry
truth. Never the 15 rounds eye . .
once in i Herman Scharlau 13* Bloomington III.
Sam Francis. now coaching; at . Ill.. 71.7144.
: did Louis throw one of the devas- the crowd., The two judges justas Phelps and we might have to do I 11:52: a.m.-TOfftmy Wright, 140. Knoxville '
Kansas State. was a shot-putter without him too." Cary M.ddlecoff, M.nphii. T.nn.. 75-70 Tenn.; Gene Webb., 139.: Spring
I with the U. S. Olympic team IE tating punches for which he has plainly were more influencedby -145; Jack Taulman. Shelbyyill.. Ind.. I field. Mo.; Dave. Douglas. 131. W.lrmng-
'been famous. It almost seemed as the champion's lefts, and his The only injured man on theI 73.72-145; Ted Kroll Philmont P.... 73-: ton. Del.
1936. Villanova squad is Guard George 72-145; Ky Laffoon, St. Andrews III., .
though he was tired after the first aggressiveness.The I 11:59 .m.-Start. Time.
73-72 14S 'George Hamer
Pavalko. who won't play at all. 12:06 .m.-S..m Snead 143: Hot Springs,
round two.Possibly .. 7.77-145 Jack Isaac Langley
or round. in which ; Johnny Palmer 137: Badm. N. C.!
fourth Va;
IF VITAMINSDON'T the first right that He suffered" a fractured rib in the Field. Va.. 74-71-145; James. Adams. ....- George W. Bolesta., IM Tampa.. .
Louis was splattered for a seven consf..ld Eng., 75-7145; Walt.r Burk.mo -
UPtry Walcott planted on the champion's count by another clean Walcott San Francisco game Sunday. O.trolt 74.71-145; George V..luck.Detro.t . 12:13: ...m.-Chick Harbert. 14O. Detroit,
145. Beaconsfield
74-71-145 'Douglas. Ford. New Mich.; James Adams
did it. The round ;
chops opening right. was by far the best of the York City, N. Y.. 74-71-145. Peyton Eng; Vie Cherzi. 141. Deal. N. J.
NUXATED IRON wasn't more than a minute old scrap. Fleming, Hot Springs.. Ark.. 74-71-14S: 12_2O a.m.-Ellsworth Vine 143.: Los Angeles. .
When. jour doctor fin* TOO a .dId,. sad. II when there was a flurry of blowsin FSUClosesOutSeason Jo C,.,. Orlando. Fla.. 69-76--14S. and Calif.. ; Skee Rieoel, 144. Upper.
4ea t beIp TOU.he trlee another mirth-lne. I4e- Walcott's corner and Louis Jo Kirkwood Jr. Hollywood, Cal., 73-72: Darby. Pa.. ; Tony Manero. 143: Stamford
l ,. if fitsmins don't buck Tern up. trKUXATED Conn.
build. lull led fell back almost flat his trunks.He Basketball 145.denotes I
IRON to help own on Results amateur. 12.27 .m.-Ed Furgol 136.: Detroit, Mich..
eolot S. blood. Foe fall nd blood helps m n.of
US to jour f.el luit wonderful.. Stick to NUXATEDIRON just caught himself with glove Today ---- Pete Cooper 136.: Ponte Vedra. Fla., 9'
tsblrt for quite ...bDe. Giwi ttaam e fk) before he hit the resin, and remained Charleston 32. Stetion 21. City Plans Another Clayton. HeaTher 137. Charlotte. N. C.
.. 66.
trial. Bat ue oalr directed OB the laML Georgia 74. Fur..n 12.34; .m.-Start.rs Time.
in that embarrassing posi- W. Texas. State. 62. Morehead Tchr S3. TALLAHASSEE (fAPl Jackson- Langley.
I 12'41 p.m.-Jack Isaac 14S
Oklahoma. 62. Ohio State. S3California : ville. Ala., State Teachers' College Basketball CircuitArea Field Va.. ; Peyton Fleming.. 145. HotSpnng.
II (Pa.. Tchrs. 77. Maryland St. .. New
Tchrs. :39.Kentucky. will put its bid for a perfect Recreation Dir. Jim Davis Ark. 'Douglas Ford 145 The Lumitile for an
Flashes From Browns! Toni' N. Y.
I Irrigation Equipment Stock Car Races Tennessee 72 76. Tulsa Milligan. IS.. :34. season and a possible bowl en- said yesterday that an eight-team 12:41 p.m.-Jimmy Demaret. 135: Ojai.. average size bathroom

Hofstra. 61. Champlam. 54. l gagement on the line here tonight basketball league whose playerswill Calif. ; 'Frank Stranahan 136.: Toledo, costs less than
R. I. State 62. Springfield 51. against the victory-less Florida 0.; Frank. Moore. 137.: St. Louis, Mo.
CancelledThe installed
Central Florida's most com IPE SPRINKLERS Sunday be drawn exclusively from Or- $125.00
St. Fr..nc,. 45. Lock H..y.n. Tch. 35. Seminoles. i2sSSm.J... Kirkwood Jr.. 145. Holly
StI Lawrence 44. Hobart. 37. State University lando Senior High's "B" squad wood Calif... ; 'Christopher Dunphy 148 Individual aluminum -
plete stock of cameras and '''UMPS ENGINES stock car races originally Tea,.. S6 Sam HoustOIl 40 I The Alabama eleven. which has and intra-mural classes, will get Palm. Beach. Fla.. George E. Valuck' 145 tile [not sheet
planned for tomorrow at the Aza- Dartmouth II. McGill 41. Detroit Mich
the future. All in 12 beautiful
Kings point 44. bowled over eight straight opponents under way in near boarding]
photo supplies here for George Washington 57.
are lea Driving Park have been cancelled eDenotes amateur.
FOR GROVES AND FARMS Texas Tech 66. TCU 44.Pr..tt is one of the 13 undefeatedand interested OHS boys are urgedto colors. Will not crack, chip
Racing Dir. Paul Bates said International. 77.
you to choose from. I Inter-American 71. American College. 42. Florida untied teams in the nation attend the opening practice I graze, stain or warp.
I Free Enxinrerinc Service yesterday.- Southern 25.American. and is a heavy favorite to hand drills today at 9:30 a.m. at the Phone or write for prices on
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I and DeslfB -- the hefty but inexperienced Seminoles Senior High gym. '- a complete installation.
-- - -- Indians were skilled their fifth straight defeat.
BROWN'SCAMERA I r- in tanning leather by using deer Coaches Ed Williamson and Max Schmeling ReturnsTo lIP CAMERAS CP SEVEN STEPS 'TO

I CROTON oils and smoke.TREE Jack Haskin of the State Univer- : The Ideal Gift 11
STORE Watches IS.Si! to 9S'.M sity have made numerous changesin Ring Action Sunday Wade-Scott Inc.

PARKING their lineup" in an effort to HAMBURG. Germany I API Max We have 'em Q1r. ,

ill N. Grant TeL 477: Central forge a strong attack. So far this Schmeling, former world heavy- ., .."' 100 W. Amelia Phone 2-2920
Just across the street from the Seminoles hat scored :\ ;
who fights
Florida's and for customers of 12 points while thei. weight champion -- --- ----
O: oppo- Hans Dreagesiein here Sunday
; ;l Exclusive CARLISLE HUGHES nents have pushed across 83 said yesterday he was feeling "50 "'___

Dealer SPORTING GOODS points.: per cent fitter" than at Frankfurtlast If YOU'LL EXCUSE ME J HAVE TO HURRY. 7HE.RE'SONL15

Johnny Williams. shifty tailback Summer when he started his
103 W. Pine Tel. 6814 and a leading candidate for Little postwar fistic comeback.The .
USE All-American honors is expectedto 42-year-old Schmeling at .SWOPPJIiCeAT

CLEANERSin HERMAN'S u.1'p r HUNTING SUPPLIES . TOYS lead the Gamecock attack about 190 pounds, will be both Purcell '4.Louis .

I Z7 w. C_ St. _ FISHING TACKLE REPAIRS against the Seminoles. Williamshas lighter and older than his 27-year- Church at Ilughey
scored 63 points this season. old. 210-pound opponent..FOOTBALLS .

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I Durocher Or Shotton ? The Answer Comes Today

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I Ii IiI i Rickey To Settle BRAKE

I r Baseball Meet Hilites

Memorial City Junior Crown ADJUSTMENT
I I II Cops

MIAMI I lAP} The minor leagues in the Big State League, came I i Brooklyn's 1948 A Apt

quit Juggling the convention'shot up with) practically a new team .
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potato" yesterday and dumped including a new manager I t _

when It Into they the asked laps the of big the leaguesto majors and Atlanta completed a series 9 ; OJC Quintet $ 1.98j

vote either "yes" or "no" on of deals. Manager IssueBy . ,Soldiers Stop
the Pacific Coast League's resolution The Crackers got Shortstop Fred .

to become a third major Chapman and Pitcher Norman : Opens Against
league. Brown from Toronto, swapped
Passing a resolution of theiroI1 > BROOKLYN I API Leo Duro- Game CherokeeIn
the minors requested the ma- Outfielder Ted Cieslak to Nash- cher's fate. the subject of wordy St. PetersburgThe

jors to decide on the controversialissue vile for Outfielder Buster May-I'I' conjecture for eight months. will
at their meeting in New York nard. bought Pitcher Dick Callahan I be determined at 11 a.m. FESTI I Orlando Junior CoLlege

next week and send their decision from New Orleans and plan- :' this morning when Pres. Branch 16-0 Battle Highlander basketeers encounter *

back to the National Assn. so the ned to announce other deals in the Rickey of the Brooklyn Dodgers stern test in their seasons inaugural _

minor league presidents can immediately next two weeks. announces his 1948 manager. I at Davis Armory today when

take a mail vote of theirWown I I The last obstacle to Durocher's B, BART MORETTI they match shots with the fast-

Nashville bought Pitcher Art appointment was removed yester- . -13 Y .-,,,' Sr-::: .";; *' If1 breaking Trojans of St. Petersburg!;
Cuccurullo and Outfielder Charlie day when the Catholic Youth Organization I Junior College. Game time is 8
BALTIMORE I API] Robert R. Workman from Oakland. . Al withdrew its objections. An alert Memorial Junior High I ip.m.

Rodenberg, head of a group inter- Vincent, manager at Dallas in 1947 Rickey cleared the stage for his Soldier eleven parlayed two inter- Coach Bill Frangus of the Hish-

ested in moving the St. Louis and rumored headed for New Or- announcement with a series of ... i-epted aerials and a safety into a landers said yesterday that though Get

Browns franchise In the American leans in 1948, signed to manage lengthy conferences involving all . 16-0 victory over their arch rivals. his charges have practiced but lit-
baseball league to Baltimore, pick Tulsa. . Lou Maluola. St. Louis concerned parties. Burt Shott on. he Indians of Cherokee Junior tle more than a week due to a lack FeatherTouchBrakes
ed up his cards yesterday and said Browns scout for the central division who piloted the Brooks to the High at Greater Orlando Stadiumlast of a training site the 15 man OJC

the stakes were too high to stay in transferred to the New pennant. after Durocher was suspended night before a crowd approximating squad is in fairly good physical for
the bidding at this tune.Kodenberr. York Yankees' staff to cover the by Com. A. B. Chandler 3000. condition and should give a good
just back from St. same territory. . Shortstop Bar- for the season met with the big account of itself today.St. Safe
Louis, put the squelch on the ney Bridgers as traded by Annis- boss in his plush-carpeted office. With the impressive win. Coach .
Petersburg a big winner last Winter
much bruited about sale by saying ton to Miami for First Baseman .I' Leonard Stith's Soldiers pocketedthe Driving
"I doubt very much that my Charlie Barron and Anniston officials Ray Blades. Clyde Sukeforth city title and the right to display semester is well stocked with hold-
associates and I are prepared to also announced the club : and Jake Filler the three the handsome Sentinel-Star over performers and will be favor- Here's What Firestone

begin immediate negotiations would work with Shreveport in the roaches who started the 1947 Football Trophy J; their school ed to dump. the inexperiencedHighlanders. Broke Adjustment

for the purchase" of the Brownsfranchise. > Texas league and had bought In- Spring training season with for the ensuing year.: It was theStithmen's Probable starting lineunvORLANDO Includes

fielder Jack Massey from Birming Durocher and finished under ninth tnumph in 13 P.... ST. PETCftSCUMG :
Rodenberg with Shotton also were closeted with starts since the annual series with Helms LP' MacariandBennett |
Like a poker player ham. Massey was on option RP flukeMrKelIsr Removing front
intimated his cards were on the Anniston in 1946. Rickey for a lone meeting- Cherokee was initiated in 1938. C BrrTT 1
I The Indians have Hal Saundrr LQ Hartnett wheel and inspecting
table even though he had not sat When it was all over Rickey VLW copped but one Fetter Ro monopouii:
from officials of the Bro".nsand $ game and the remaining three lining.
across the league said they had discussed the managerial : ---- --
the next call was up to them. Among final items on situation and talked overa were stalemates. LSU Honors Bill Stern
officially deciding on Inspecting, cleaning
agenda were
Memorial capitalized on their 2
still interested -
"We definitely
are series of trades that heII.as
site with Minneapolis as BATON ROUGE. La. fUPI
the first interception immediately and front
in moving the Browns to Baltimore considering. One of these is expected repacking
. Southern Sportscaster Bill Stein yesterdaywas
," said the president of the the convention city. to send Dixie Walker to . .1 following theame opening wheel bearings.
was > # lifetime
Charlie Hurth < .: given membership in
Assn. Pres. < 'A .. kickoff
Charlie Indian
football Colts in this : > :<. Pope.
professional the whichis named to the executive committeesuccet'ding Pittsburgh sometime next week : :f:" ip. ::; ':w signal caller[ flipped short ovrr Louisiana State University's "L" Inspecting brake
city. "However. price 3
during the major league meetings.
Mann of Atlanta. Club. an organization for letter
1'z the middle from his 20, the
currently quoted for the club is Miff ,Lt: drums.
of Durocher. the central figure of .
and Pres. Frank Shaughnessy . winners athletics.
4j heave intended for End Bill
prohibitive for a sound invest the had been careful to avoid : \..
succeeds case. t : - -
the International League -t_; :
Burkhalter. But Soldier Rack Checking and adding j'
ment. of the Pa- the public eye since his arrival : l. ' , 4
Pres. Clarence Rowland I 50 .. >, 0/ '... Jim Reach plucked the pigskin TD. Block
corralled Beach's brake
pass if needed.
from the Pacific Coast. He talked L
. The directorsalso .. Jfr > .
cific Coast Loop.
.15) i out of the instead the
ozone on for the 16th marker. Coach
Wf GuyColado's
MIAMI [CAP! Baseball men monthly lifetime with Rickey for two days at his : 0
voted a $200 : .
,. )< Cherokee 28 and returned it to Indians grabbed the next r Adjusting brake
that a lot of pennants are O. Bram- Maryland farm and huddled with ,
agree W.
to Mrs. v
won or lost at the annual minor ham pension of Durham, N. C.. widow of him again today. presumably at # : :: :: : i'. ?j t1At: ,t q::. : the 24.The kickoff and with Gray. a hero in shoes to secure full
this 1947 affair j11fJ f . ; .. .t;:. Soldiers found weakness defeat sparking the rally. drove
>league meeting the late minor league czar. . In the boss' apartment.Six C '. .. .5 '" >ft( .' '' a contact with drums.
-v: appears to be no exception.Just voted d.7',5/( I'M.. / v 'if<'f' '''' :.1' : at Cherokees left guard slot and from their 15 to Memorial's two.
about every club. with the lifetime another passes move, the to minor board league weeks Durocher before April Chandler 9 "for conduct suspended -- i1ir. ......f* ,' .... $1'"> '. '. ;",,_- :l"l> : , :; directed their assault solely in At this point. Memorial's line 6 Carefully testing

possible exception of New Orleans parks for all World War II disabled I detrimental to baseball." the WILBUR FLOWERS, above, son of Mrs. W. E. Flowers, I 11 1 Lake that direction. the strategy bear- stiffened and killed the drive. brakes.
has made at least one deal and I ing fruit as Byron Eicher rumbled CHEROKEE: to) P.s. MEMORIAL 1161
veterans. Brooklyn C.Y.O. announced it was Lucerne Cir. 230-pound tackle at The McCallie School
I a Burkhaltcf 1 E OsbornrFra
laid the groundwork for others. into pay dirt from the six-inch ,
withdrawing its from the er LT Stifle > Drive In
support c-c Today
New Orleans, with a Boston Red Dodzers! Knothole Gang because Chattanooga, Tenn., will be in the starting lineup this after- line on his team's seventh try. D Water* I G Kins

Sox working agreement severed Joe Reardon. farm director of it did not consider Durocher suit- noon when the McCallie eleven meets Augusta Military Beach registered Memorial's seventh B Waters ri C' HoldemanH HowardDavis

and the general manager and the Philadelphia Phillies agreementswere an- able to act as an example for the Academy, Fort Defiance, Va., in Chattanooga's first annual point on a blast through the .er .VT OatllnMitrhrll
lit- nounced that working Rr! Crane
resigned. had
playing manager same sector.
with Ba- youth of America. Orchid Bowl football game. Pop, 'rod OT Shelter
tle or no chance of completing any completed yesterday \ _ _ : There were no further threats by Gray LHB Block (Cr-r) < FIRESTONESTORES
The Rev. Vincent J. Powell. diocesan
deals. ton Rouge in the Evangelme .
i either array in the first quarter.In Stephens RHB Etcher '
Montgomery on the other 1 League, and Kalamath Falls in the director of the organization the second heat the T-geared Taylor (rr> FB Beac-h .

hand, acquired at least eight new Far West League. . The Chi- declared yesterday that if Orlando Ramblers Melbourne Soldiers. with speedy Rod Block Cherokee Scort br quarter. _n__. 000. 00 ,I
new players; Sherman-Denison cago Cubs will work with St. Augustine the Dodgers rename Durocher doing the bulk of the leather lue- Memorial, 727 0-iS: I
of the Florida State they "must have evidence and Scoring touchdowns: MemorsalEirher.Beach : .

League again. and Don Andersonis must be convinced that he will bea Meet At Local Stadium Today ging.Cherokee's roared four from where their they 44 had to a : Safety PoI..moraI-BP.cb': Memorial !

slated to return as manager. . proper manager." first-and-goal-to-go. But the valiant iGray tackled by Oaborne N. ORANGE AT CONCORD
DEEP WELLS Cherokee substitutions Matthews. Red-
1 Macon purchased Shortstop Roy Father Powell also said in his The unbeaten but once tied Orlando Ramblers returnto Indian line. led by Tackle Pete din". Canon Canada. Roberts. Hudnall

I Peterson from Tulsa. Peterson club statement: the grid wars today at Greater Orlando Stadium. Mel- Hyer. held the Soldiers to but two Cou It"rM..mori.1 .ubs'r. 1'iona Young BleTomaueki >. PHONE 2-3171

4" to 30"Guaranteed played with the Sally League "It is to be hoped that Mr. bourne's VFW array providing the opposition. Kickoff timeis yards on four bucks and took the Co i n Smni orbit, '
i last year. Durocher. if hired will recognizethe ball on downs on the three-yard OfH-ial Pf.Ti'fldesot: Proppillmor' -
-- 8:15 ( and Henry: implr. Lero> Ho.uta <<
honor bestowed him p.m. stripe. \
Wateror upon as Ga ieac. mesmar. Ra) RouaIda
\ MERCURY a public leader and will live up CoachValter Hovater's Ramblers, winners of seven'A' Delton Gray. Cherokee's lone field udg Carlisle Hughe' iFIa.i;

to the responsibilities this honor consecutive contests by convincing offensive threat, attempted to
OUTBOARD MOTORS carries with it." margins. saw their perfect record turn his right flank on the next

SALES & SERVICEHAGOOD JayCees Split-1 I marred last week by a Sarasota play and was dropped in the end -c '-.J;,. - ..

NO PAY Eight; Gridders Join i I VAA eleven who held Orlando to zone by Memorial End Charlie 'I 0. yA.N O & 'I:_ _

BROS. a 0-0 deadlock at Sarasota. Osborne. for a safety. The Sol- __ -: :. '' _, ___.
Wt tteriliit; ; our wells. J24 W Pine Phone 9664 Eastern AllStarsSAN Wins With I! Orlando, evidently taking the diers completed the rout in the -___
huge Sarasotans. whom they
FRANCISCO (API Eight third chukker when Quarter Jim
PUMPS OF ALL KINDS more players have accepted invitations had previously whipped 41-0, too Sheafer snared a misguided
to play for the Eastern O'Brien FiveThe I lightly, sent only a 13 man squad Gray pitch on Cherokee's 34 and
I to Sarasota for the fracas. This ambled to the 10. MYSTERY
NOTHING DOWN-36 team in the shrine East-West ,::1.stPS
THERE IS A football game here New Year's JayCees got off to a running action boomeranged for the Sar- Block garnered six at right _ RACER
MONTHS TO PAY start in The Class A Basketball asota team not only halted the guard and then Beach bounced off "_ ./

RAY OIL BURNER Oay.They are Backs Bobby Sullivan League inaugural twin bill at I Ramblers' victory streak. but left guard from the four for the SPARKING FREIGHT 1.00
they handed the reserveless Or-
Armory last night as they
Holy Cross Bob
: Smith Iowa and
te LIBBYFREEMAN Earl Maves. Wisconsin outlasted Bumby Hardware 46-41. landoans a physical shellacking 4.29 Self.pow red.
fe EVERY : Guards
>r Howard Brown. In the nightcap O'Brien's Pharmacy | as sell A ben clang and i it shoot Be winding,
& OLsenaski Minnesota and: Larry Vin- last years champion wal- I Backs Leroy Hoequist. Aubine Caldwell & Harvey harmless sparks. Built-in \3I Bilek ala..

-PURPOSE: cent Di Francisca Northwesternand loped the Denmark Sporting .Batts and Bob Potter were the goT rnor. A beauty! D1num body.Y.LjnT .
principal targets of the hardhitI
Ends Lou five Electrical: Appliance: .
Mihajlovich of Indiana :
FIRST GAME I !: Sarasota warriors that night ;' '.' .,> .: --
f .
111 \v. Church St. and Bob Renebohn of Wis :
: ]
INOUntIAt. EQUIPMENT consin. JAYCEES 1..1 .UMav (41) and this trio. all suffering from Dealer : _ : .
fftt ffttl
leg and back injuries not bei
D Whlw.f 8 1 19 R Mrris.f 7 J 1'7ppnnlnEtonJ may
0 0 0 Pollpr.f 3 II IIBruleU i available for full time duty against
luayiide A Hixhwmj K. EFC Slates Fall :3 0 6 Klmblr f 1 2 4 Melbourne today.
TeL (1C Ke. I 'p.1 0 0 0 Gould.f 1 1 JG SERVING COLLEGE PARK.
S..offord.c. 2 0 4 Footn.f 0 0 0 Probable Parting lineup I IO"LA"DO I
R Smith c 1 1 J RlmllF.c 0 1 1hltaltpr.1 PO$. MELBOURNE 2213 Edfewatcr Or. Ph. Mill
Meeting Today \\ ( I 111 Arnold I a 1 0 2 Wbrten.. 19() LE 1"1.' 0.5..nL.n.
200 Li' 210. i4anIeytendTtx.
C awolfonl. 1 1 3 S.wnr. 4 0
..,' : ) 155 LG 1'0.
J T >'i v Mfrr ng ent n :'l -- C. John5011 -
SANFORD Totals 21 4 tSi: Total 17 7 41Score Ward. ISO C' 200. C.IiowayRou.e.
and officials I- .
2l\! RG 200. W Johnson
by period
RESIDENTIAL of the East Florida Conference Bumby 6 2)) 9 ft-41JayCec H".tnn 211) RT 210. Carter
: will here 5 10 a 23--46Totala B.tt5. 180 .*
convene at noon today t
Lmlon 1110 RE 180.
or FloP
LIGHTING FIXTURES for a fish fry and their Fall ( GAME' ) HOPGu"t. 180 $ :T :
I :
which fIOND or Buford. 1'75 QB 15() N1ckeronRobertson.
meeting. at time the con- O'UIEN ( OEP4MARK 1J4) 170 1 H 110.; Bro..nCI.rk.
_ I Select your fixtures with ference football champion will be Kh..f..lter.f f9 2 ft 2 tli Ii oon..morpf f.4.ft 12C.brt..f tI 1"5 RH 163. Sehmid1 FREE INSTALLATION
190 FB 170.
Potter Van Meter
. . distinction designated under the Dickinson 2 0 4 Koff.f 4 0 5Motch
' individuality, System. f 0 0 0 Cash..pU.f 1 2 4
j . I / and design for good light- Br.k..r..ldf 1 0 2 R....... 1 0 2 Jockey Ties RecordSAN '
Gra! f 1 0 2 Wilham.tr 0 0 0 WILLIAM PENN
/ ing.Johnson. Coach Says McWilliamsTo F.n 10 0 20 Slau'.on.1I 0 1 1Custer.c MATEO. Calif. IAP1' Jockey Coupes
3 0 fi Mud..n.tr 1 0 2 Johnny Longden yesterda\
Hncoct I 3 1 7 L.5mtth.f 1 J :5 - - - - -
equalled the modern record of 301
Return To State A Arnold.1 1 1 JI
Electric Co. Bro..n 1 S 21 1 winners in one year by winning SUP
i : JACKSON. Miss fUPI Head I LPunp 000 fM.rkl.nd the third race at Bay Meadow. ; % !( ;
Coach Allyn McKeen of Missis- I I 0 0 01 ; ;; ; ;
23 E. Church St. -:- Phone 5136 -- - astride Loretta Rice, a four tone ;
I : sippi State said flatly last night 24 4 52 Totals 12 10 34 shot. ITS FLAVOB-ITS PRICF
that Tom "Shorty" McWilliams Score by ceriodi:
would return O Brlen 20 10 11 11-52 Coaches
to the Maroons'squad
Denmark 712 3 12:-34 '! L'- .
in 1948.McKeen .
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NEW PLYMOUTH ENGINES also said that the p. and Sedaas
hard-driving halfback's leg Wins 1,7 ..
injury Danny J ,
had healed and he would be in In the Heart of Town I S 60UP
excellent physical condition next I For 2 Hour for ZSe Today _
5245 Installed Fall. At Gulfstream GRAND or all CENTRAL day for Me STATION at : _ _

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Orlando Fletcher Motors Inc. tables calculated: for this area Gulfstream Park. Hallandale. Fla. $ID 6#
of the State, the best times by a nose yesterday. The winner
for hunting and fishing will paid $7.20 and was clocked in
DESOTO PLYMOUTH 1:46 2 a with Mescara second and
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B? GEORGE GALLUP tote in New Mexico and Arizona?" ;
Thes years, as liner before, "-Am"n Ir-',itute Pub'ic', Oar, onl] The replies: WHOO !
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In past years a number of States
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nation's Indian population :
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fairly. However, nearly twofifthsof ,
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been unfair.
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long-range program to improve taxes, and that there is, "there- 3:30: p.m.-Metropolitan Opera, ABC :
living conditions of the tribe which fore little justification for denying a 6:30: a.m.-Whootn Antics 4:00: p.m.-Metropolitan Opera. ABC a
I lives on a 25.000 square mile tract them the right to vote." 6:45: a.m.-Morning Devotions [Conducted by 4:30: p.m.-Metropolitan Opera, ABC r
in Arizona, New Mexico, Coloradoand
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t' t f 1 question. Institute interviewers 7:05: a.m.-Whoot'n Antics 5:45: pjn.-Dorothy Fuldheim. ABC [Brotherhood -
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question to thousands of repre- Insurance on price alone.
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-. ;1 I "From what :you have heard or you get and what kind of 8:00: a.m.-Martin Agronsky, ABC[Violet Dell, Realty]
.. ,read, do you think the U. S. Government service you. Value the sent for! value can,give we Florist] 6:15: p.m.-Sports Reporter [Walter Menges]
I has treated the Indians will match the policies issued 8:15: a.m.-Small Stuff 6:30 p.m.-Philo Vance
fairly?" thru this Agency against anyin
The replies: the State. 8:30: a.m.-Small Stuff 7:00. p.m.-Saturday Swing Club .

Treated fairly n' ..___.. 44% 0 8:45: a.m.-News Summary, ABC 7:30 p.m.-The Whoot Owls o
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Government took land without 10:45 a.m.-Tuneful Trends Guild .
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rights lore UnbreakableCRYSTALS 12:00: p.m.-Noon Edition [Wilkin's Awning Co.] 11:00: P.m.News of Tomorrow
$18.48 per month.CLAUDE. Segregation on reservations unfair 7%- 12:15: p.m.-League of Women Voters 11:15 p.m.-Tris Coffin in Washington, ABC

Indians given poor land for their 12:30: p.m.-The American Farmer, ABC 11:30: p.m.-Orange Blossoms
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Educational opportunitiespoor ..." _. ............ 3% SOC I 1:45: p.m.-Bob Chester Interview 12:30: a.m.-The Owl Room. [Coliseum]
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:Ht t iIi Orlando Churches Sunday( :I OBITUARIESMR. I Saturday Fairchild afternoon Funeral Home at 4 o Chapel',' (act at TheRe fu

- - Orlando at Worship : hARLEY EDGAR SHARPE *. W. R. Clarke will officiate Inter-
0 IS
ment will be made in Mississippi at a

AdventistWINTER I I Saturday mornlne. The Sacrament Paptism .The guest minister will be Dr. Paul Mr. Harley Edgar Sharpe, 50. later date He is survived by: his p rents. -
administered by appolntmenL Fletcher district superintendent of the a a twin brother Earl Clifford. and
PARK ADVENTIST-Meet In Orlando District By DAVE ENLOWCr I I I St. Petersburg executive director Reeves Ter.. died at his home i I two sisters Patricia Dawn and Mary

Woman 9:30 a m. Club.Sabbath Elder School Fenton Saturday E Froom 11'00a Christian CONWAY METHODIST C ,. i a The- _' '.-, EC.tor, Orlando Morning Sentinel. |i of the Statewide organization Friday Besides his widow Mrs. I I Burline Walters-of Orlando

m. Moraine, Worship Subject: "Good I CHRISTIAN MISSIONARY ALLIANCE- Rev C B. CsIlawsT pastor 9.45 a m Sunday The Rev. and Mrs. Earle T. i met with local workers who Bernita Virginia Sharpe he is survived HAYES. MRS EMMA ..-Funeral services
Will Ambassadors For Christ. 7:30 pm Anderson and Delaney: Sts The Rev H. P. : school. 11 am morning morslup 7 Favro Gospel specialists will appear -' include Mrs. M. C. IViggins. city for Mrs Emma: B. H.,... 78. of 81a Vlr-
Wednesday Prayer Meeting meet with Rankln pastor Sunday: : Sunday school p m Young People. 7:45 p.m. evening sons by four daughters Mrs. Ed- ginla Dr who died at the Florida Sanitarium -
at the Orlando Youth for chairman. Mrs. Jim Burden
Orlando. 945am.llam: .. Morning worship Prayer: service I' was Dec 3. will be held Saturdayat
I meetings Monday and Wednesday 7:30 Christ rally today at 7:30 pjn. at chairman of the coffer, assisted ,ward F. Gold Jacksonville; Miss 7'30 p m. at the Fairchild Funeral
CENTRAL ADVENTIST-Robinson & pm. 11 am.. Evangelist Jimmy Johnson. COLLEGE PARK METHODIST CHURCH Home Chapel The Rev James L. Dun-
the Church.
First Baptist by Mrs. Frank Smith. Wilma Harlene Sharpe Miss
Rosalind Aves. Elder Fenton E. Froom Song leader Bill "o Princeton at Edgewater Parsonage: 713: Mary can will officiate Interment will be
minister 9:33: a m Sabbath School (Sat) Evangelist Jimmy Johnson. .soOlf'd'r: W. Yale D C McCall superintendent. In Rag picture art and Gospel Special speakers for the Chain Margaret Sharpe and Miss Rebecca made in Lake PlacId N. Y. at a later : Yes music tonighf' end
ll-OO: a m. Moraine Worship Guest speaker Bill McGarrahan 6:30 p m. Young People charge of the church school at 9.45 a m. magic will be presented by the : meetings will include the Rev. date She is survived by her husband. every week doy evening at Or
Elder R. H Pickling home missionary 'g services. 7:30 p.m.. Evangelistic servI Mrs. Auden'la Fredrick Moran organist Ann Sharpe all of Orlando, Arthur W Haves of Orlando. a daughter lanrfos popular Fort Gal:::
while his *
Rev. wife will Kenneth L. .
Favro. Potee. for
secretary of Fla Conference 7:30 1ce.I and choir director Morning worship at missionary two sisters. Mrs. Elmer Reinhart Miss Fannie B Hayes .Iso of Orlando -
pm. Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7.30 PJn. i 11 a m.. with the service of the Holy Sacrament serve as pianist. soloist and chalk Disciples of Christ in India; Dr. of Indiana. and Mrs. Otto Ackerof and one sister. Mrs Luuue Randof Lounge Roy W Wlnddcii and -
Friday Young Peoples meeting I I Hii"iSTIAN The Communion Meditation. by: artist. Also on the program will I L. M Bratcher executive secretary Placid N Y. Sybil Gn TABERNACLE CHURCH- the pastor win be en the subject: What Michigan
130 East: Central Avenue. Oren H. Whit- Will You Get From Christmas?" The be Bill McGarrahan. kids' evange- of Brazilian Baptist Conven- I CARD OF THANKSWe at the console piano from _ _
Baptist ton. minister 8:30: ..m. Evangel Hour Youth Fellowship groups will meet at list who attracted nationwide attention tion home mission board; Alice I Mr. Sharpe was an instructor in wish to extend our sincere appreria- eight till! closing.
COLLEGE PARK BAPTIST Edgewater WLOF 9 45 a m. Bible School 11'00 a m 6'45 p.m.. when the senior departmentwill the machine shop at the Orlando tlon for the many dear friends who h..lped:
Dr. at Yale Ave Fuette L. Hall- pastor Morning Worship. Topic: Godi People" have a fellowship dinner and a planning through articles in Life Shepard Riggs of Anatolia College, Vocational School. and member of us in our hour of need during the illnessof TAVERN: Al Konsch and Peck
Sunday school, 9.45 a m. Morning worship 6:30: p.m. Bible study croups 7:30: p.m conference. The Rev. Robert Blackburn magazine and Newsweek. Greece; Mrs. Ruth Mougey Wor- our beloved husband and lather Ruth
11 a m Message by the pastor. Training Evangelistic hour. Topic: Can People be the associate minister of the First The Youth Council will meet at rell. executive secretary of the the American Legion Post No. 19. erford Hayes Southerland. Morin behind dig bar WIlt I) mix

union 6:30 p.m. Evening service 7:30 p.m. Ion after they are I.vee- Methodist Church. will bring 'the sermonat Voiture No. 202 of the 40-8 and I Ij your favorite from noon t.1:) _ _
Church of Christ the evening worship service at 7:30. 6:30: p.m. prior to the rally. i i I! United Council of Church Women; < - --""---- 4:;
Message by the pastor 'John Williams Hughes noted the member of the First Baptist J i midnight Miss lassie Crisp to -

_ _ _ FAIRVIEW SHORES BAPTIST MISSION St.CHURCH Gilbert OF E. Shaffer.CHRIST-minister.118 E. Jefferson Sunday. CHURCH REEVES-1116 MEMORIAL N Fern Greet METHODIST Ave The Assembly of God Church, 718 Welshman; Dr. Harry L. Holmes Church. ''f 4 AT WINTER PARK f greet you. .

Falrv!cw Shores sponsored by the College. Bible study 10 00 a m. Preaching and Rev B. William Palmer pastor. Church Atlanta Ave.. will hold special' Australia. and the Rev. Harry M. Active pallbearers will be mem- ? I .
Park Baptist Church Sunday: school, 9 45 and U 312 No. Park Ave DINING ROOM: Popular eat..
Communion 11 00 am Preaching school W. C Logue superintendent 9:45: bers of the American Legion. .19
for week
a m. Morning worship 11 am. Evening Communion 7:30 pm. a m. Morning worship. 11 am Sermon. services a beginning tomorrow Moffett University Presbyterian Honorary pallbearers will include 'J North of the Post Office fBA1UIE11 spot adjoining the lounge serve
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service 1-30 p.m. Junior Crusaders Young Adult Fellowshipand with evening services to.I Church pastor in Austin Texas.WN I :
CHURCH OF CHRIST-Apopka-Sunday Youth Fellowship 6'45 p m. Evening be held at 7:45: o'clock. The Rev. Paul Stine, F. B. Simonet, 7 Handkerchiefs dinner from 5 JO till 9 MilS
NORTH PARK BAPTIST-N. Mills St ; Bible study 10 00 a rn. Preachingand worship 7:30: p.m. Roll call night I James Smith. Garbert Porchaer. Nadme Parker receptionist b.Js
& Woodward Ave W. R Clarke pastor Communion. 7.30 p.m. Revival meeting R. V. McIntosh of Piedmont. W t
9.45 a m Bible school, 11 am. morning begins Dec 14 with Walter Render LIVINGSTON MEMORIAL METHODIST Va.. will be the evangelist and he Ralph Ferris, Ralph McKinney you wekome. Its a date--see
worship with sermon by: pastor ""Forgive son of Miami doing the preaching -T.ft. The Rev Douglas Hrrrell pastor J C. Keith. John Bowen. Dave 'I you tonight.
and his wife will
play the _ _
ness Its Necessity and Purpose 6:30: 10 a m.. Church school 11 am Morning piano
p m. Baptist Training Union. 7:45: p.m. CHURCH OF CHRIST Ocoe-Sunday: worship. Sermon text: "The Bible-It't and electric guitar.Presbyterian i Olbourne. Doug Knudson. Ed
evening service with messaee by the pastor Bible study 10:00: a m. Preaching and Communion Permanence" j .;cott. D E. Denson Roger Pounds lID"I > New Cocktail _ _
oMana One Hope of Victory" 1100 a m. Preaching and Communion 'nd Joseph Peggamti
7:30 pm CONCORD PARK METHODIST-701 W. Churches of Or- 4 LlThf..1 LOUNGE
LUCERNE PARK BAPTIST-Corner Dlvlsioa Concord Ave at Parramore Ave William ange and Seminole Counties will Funeral services will be held at
and Raleigh Stc The Rev Geo A. CHURCH OF CHRIST-Winter GardenSunday M Irwin. pastor Church school at 9.45am 30 p.m. Monday at the Fair- '
hold at Park Lake
Downs D D pastor Sunday school 9'45 : Bible study: 10 00 a m Preaching Morning worship at 11 am The sermon a rally Presby- Fb0M (21 f Serving Noon Till !\hght
a m. Morning sermon 11 a m. 6:30: p.m. and Communion 11:00: a m. Preachingand topic Living in Fxpectation" MethodISt terian Church Dec. 18. at 8 p.m.. hild Funeral Home. with Dr. A .
BTTT in the annex 7.30 p.m. evening Communion 7:30: p.m Youth Fellowship at 6.30 pm. Evening to discuss the Program of Progress. Powell Tucker officiating. Monogram: ___ ___

evangelistic sermon. worship at 7.30 p.m. The sermon As forum and outside The American Legion will con- )' FORCHRISTMAS GATLIN"HOTEL
Church : More Than Appears on the Sur- open speakers t FORT
Christ ScientistFIRST toPics "
MILLER MEMORIAL BAPTIST':2025 W. 1.<... will feature the meeting. : duct the military funeral at thegrave
Central Ave M. D Jackson pastor Sunday CHURCH OF CHRIST. SCIENTIST with the Rev. Russell Shaw __
school 9.45 a m. Morning worship -Rosalind Ave and Wall St. Sunday CASSELBERRY COMMUNITY METHO- ; S
11 a m. The sermon text: "Christian service at 11 a m. Subject. 'God the DIST-The Rev Rain Thompson, pastor The missionary circle of First .f Legion chaplain. officiating The GIFTS /-,
Character How Attained" Training Only cause ard Creator Sunday school at Sunday school 9 45 a m. Morning service Methodist Church will hold an firing quad will be from the Or- _

union 6:15 p.m. Evening worship 730. 11 ..m. 11 am subject, : Blessed Through Action auction Monday at 3 p.m. at the .b lando Air Base to fire the salute. 'i IT IS EASY TO FIND PARKING
The sermon topic. Sowing and Reaping ." James 1.2a. Workers Council Sunday "
Congregational! 3p.m. home of Miss Margaret Switzer Interment will be in Greenwood AS WINTER PARK HAS PARKING

DELANEY STREET BAPTIST-1917 Delaney 226 S. Rosalind. Proceeds will Jbl Cemetery. '
go AA
_ _ St. Marvin C. Swicegood pastor THE WINTER PARK METHODIST- : T I
Interlachen and New England Aves China relief.Evangelist : ,
Bible school 9:45: a m. 11 am moraine Corner Interlachen at Morse Blvd The '
worship by the Rev J. E Martin Phd. 3 The Rev Louis Schulx STD minister. Rev. Kenneth G Rogers minister 9.45a MRS :\I.RGARET'OL.'IARY Visitors Welcome-We may tempt
p.m. Associations Sunday School rally: Church school 9 45 a m. Morning worship m. church school 11am. morning, worship .
Jimmie Johnson. Services for Mrs. Margaret Vol- but
with Holden 11 am Sermon topic: "Grace Through l' never urge to buy
Heights Baptist Church. 6:15: "A Christian OptimiSm. 6:30 p.m. .t
p.m. training union. 7:30 p m. evening Revelation" Pilgrim Fellowship. 7 p.m. Youth Fellowship 7.30 P.m. evening service graduate of Wheaton College and mary 87 719 E. Livingston Ave.. .

worship. Dr. J. E. Martin will report oa Christmas music. Bob Jones University. and originator bl '- \ who died at a local hospital Thursday PetoskeH ch in the Summer
world alliance in Copenhagen EpiscopalTHE :; 545 Orange Atr. North
CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF ST. WALKER MEMORIAL METHODIST- of Your Daily Devotional F ,' i after an illness of several :" ; ; -
LAKE HILL BAPTIST-Orlo Vista. TheRe LUKE E..seo..all--N. Main at JeffersonSt 220O S Fern Creek Ave. 11 am morning Program Station WPTF. Raleigh. T v' weeks will be held in the St. James ---- - -

*. D. V. McAllister; Sunday school 10 The Very Rev Melville E Johnson. worship Sermon text The Decorated N. C.. goes into his second week of _: .. ; Catholic Church at 9:30: a.m. Saturday --
am. Morning worship 11 a rn. Training D.D. Dran The Rev Robert K. Gumm ,I Christ" 7.30 pm. evening worship An i\ '
meetings at the Alliance Church Father John Bishop will NEW YORK CLEANERS 8 HATTERS
union 6:30.: Evening worship 7:30 pm. ration Second Sunday In Advent: Dec 7. old fashion song service .
1947: 7:30 am The Holy Communion. tomorrow at 11 a.m. officiate. with interment following -
REV. AND MRS. R. V. McIntosh
WINTER PARK BAPTIST-Interlachen 9:30 ..m. Nursery kindergarten church HOLDEN HEIGHTS METHODIST I With him is Kids' Evangelist Bill at Woodlawn Memorial Park YOUR DOUNTOWN CLEANER
at Comstock.: The Rev Raymond P. Inger- school and Women Bible Class at Cathedral CHURCH-26th St at Oranse Blossom I who will conduct
ao1i. pastor 9.45 a m Sunday: school. 11 School. Senior High and college Trail-441. J. O Carder miniSter. Church: McGarrahan. whose dramatic pre- evange- Cemetery.I 22 W. PINE ST. PHONE 4809
a.m. morning worship. sermon by the class at Parish House. Ham. The Holy: school at 10 o'clock. W A. Worl superintendent I sentation of Bible stories has listic services at the Assemblyof Volmary had been a resident -
pastor 6:15 p.m. training union. 7:30: p.m. Communion. Sermon by: Canon R. K. Morning" wors:up at 11 a.m. Ijoly I thrilled thousands of Orlando I I I Hats Cleaned and Blocked Pressing While You Walt
of Orlando for the past five
God Church
evening worship service of lODe and Gumm 4pm. Adult Confirmation classin Communion with pre-Christmas sermon. I beginning to-
sermon Chapter House. 5 pm. Rehearsal for Our music director will sing as special school kids. McGarrahan speaksto 7 I vears having come here from Dry Cleaning Alterations
Christmas Pageant In Parish House 6'30 number The Lord Prayer" Youth fello..shlp his Bible Adventurers each day morrow ot :45 p m. !
LOCKHART BAPTIST-John R. Chiles p.m. Young People Service League 7:30 a: S 30. Evening: worship ai 7:30. - Tampa.
pastor Sunday school at 9 50 a m. Wor- p.m. evening prayer at 7 p.m. i She is survived by two daughters -

Foundations ship at 11 "with Mmtt sermon 7:24 on-27 >'The Training Two ALL SAINTS'-Winter Park The Rev PresbyterianFIRST be St. James StudentsTo Mrs. C. Mendel. Orlando. and
First Methodist Church will
union 6'10 p.m. Wo-ship at 7.30; sermonby James L. Duncan rector 7:30: a m. Holy PRESBYTERIAN Church and Miss Bessie Volmary. Kemlworth
pa' Communion. 9.45 a m. Church school MaIn Sts The Rev Marshall C Deudy: host to the IYPO meeting tomor- Ill.. and two sons. Joe Volmary

FIRST BAPTIST-Cor. Main and Pine Family 11 a m.: worship morning hour prayer and and Adult sermon.Bible 6 elast p.m. D D pastor pastor The The Rev Rev L Jack E Powell McNm.r.assistant D.D- row at 3 p.m.. with First Presbyterian Be Clerks At Monroe. Wis.. and Anton Volmary. SEND A LUSCIOUS XMAS GIFTof
pastor emeritus 9.45 a.m Bible school Church in charge of the
Bts. J. Powell
Tucker. D D. pastor Sunday Young Peoples Service League Waukegan 111; two grandchildrenand
school 930 am Morning worship 11 11am. (broadcast over WORZI. Sermon program. Jack KelK is presidentof Dickson & IvesMore
..m. Broadcast Sunday over WHOO). theme: "God WJ1 Teach Us" by Dr. one great-grandchild.
Baptist Training Union 6:30: p.m. Evening LutheranTRINITY Dendy: 6.30 p.m. Youth Vesper meetings the group. I I tree ripened
worship 7JO p m. The pastor will speak EV LUTHERAN Livingston 7 30 p m. evening worship sermon theme. than 50 students of St. MRS. WINIFRED M ACKELS
at both services.Catholic Ave at Ruth St. Albert H. D Besalski Jacob and the Wrestler by Dr. Dendy Park Lake Presbyterian Churchhas James School will join the selling Winifred
M A. pastor 9 45 a.m. Sunday school and Services for Mrs.
GRACE COVENANT PRESBYTERIANConway -. been refurnished the walls staff at Dickson and Ives today. ORANGES 8 GRAPEFRUITMIXED
Bible class. 11 a m. Divine worship 12 30 Marie Ackels. 69. 119 Colonial Dr..
Rd and Jacsmine Ave The Rev redecorated. floors celebratmg the fifth
p.m. the Lutheran Hour (WLOF) 2.30 re-carpeted. annual I
ST. JAMES ROMAN CATHOLlC-217 N. p.m. Voters Assembly: undercroft Jack P. Powell pastor. 9 30 a m. Sunday the moved and the choir Christmas shopping event who died at a local hospital Monday -I
Orange Aft The Rt RCT Msir John O school 6 30 p.m. Young People meeting organ spon- will be held Sunday at 4pm
Bishop pastor: the Rey. Fathers Harry F. ST. PAULS LUTHERAN-Cor. E. 7:30: p.m. preaching by: the pastor chancel enlarged. sored by the Orlando store. The i I at the Fairchild Funeral
Turnier and Mark T. McHugh assistants Church and S. Lake Sts The Rev O E I IUd.11. class fund will receive a percen-
Concessions: Saturday afternoon and eve- pastor. Church School at 9:45: a m. I II CALVARY PRESBYTERIAN Edge- ( Home
nlnis-4-6 and 7309. Sunday: Masses: I Morning worship and celebration of Holy: I water Dr. 9 30 a m Bible school R L.I I Dean O L. Shelton of the School tage of receipts for total sales of I Mrs. Akels was the widow of
7. 8. 9. 10 11 and 12 clock noon. The Communion at 11 o'clock: Text: Christ s Tilghman superintendent Classes :or all of Religion. Butler University will the day. :'
Sacrament of Baptism administered 1 p.m. Second Coming" Luther League at 6.00 ages 11 am. Morning worship Fermon: Horace Ackels and had resided
conclude a week of laboratory I They will be
Lest We Forget" the Rev S. S. F'olelch assigned to the I '
Sunday afternoon p.m. by: in Orlando for the past 25 years.
(Nursery: for small children). 6 p m.. evangelism at Central Christian various departments in the store
CHURCH OF MARGARET MARY- I MethodistFIRST Young people vespers Hymn sins after Church tomorrow. The morning and will assist shoppers with their : Friends are requested to omit $
Canton and Knowles Aves Winter Park. evening service 7 30. Evening worship flowers.MRS. For
Only 3 95
The Re*. Fr Daniel G Hegarty pastor METHODIST-S. Main at Jackson service Sermon: "The Lord Jesus Our Master message will be brought by the ,I,Christmas gift selections. The i'
Confessions Saturday afternoon and eve- Sts Dr John Branscomb pastor. The ." by: the Rev. A. A. Froelich Choir pastor Dr. Paul C. Carpenter. j I student choir will sing school and
Bine-4-5 and 7-8 and before the Sun- Rev Robert M. Blackburn associate 9.45 practice Friday: evening at 7:30: Prayer: speaking on the subject, The Mis- Christmas MAY LOUISE BRADLEY .
day: Masses. Sunday: Masses. 830. 10:30 am. Church school. 11 a m. morning worship meeting at 7:30: Wednesday: at 7 30 p m songs from the Dick- : LAKE WALES Services for
and 1130. Children Instructions 8:3O cermon text: "The Importance of sion of Our Church. son and Ives mezzanine floor twice 49 wife
Little Things" Morning worship broadcastover REFORMED PRESBYTERIAN Broadway Young people of Central Flor- i Mrs. May Louise Bradley. ,
- WLOF. 5U: p.m. Youth Fellowship" : and Livingston A. %V. Smith pastor. today at 10:30: ajn and 3 p.m. of Mayor R E. Bradley who died
7'30 p m evening worship sermon text: 10 a m. Bible school 11 am morning ida Christian churches will meetat as special entertainment feature. will be held Saturday Full Bushel Basket Express PrepaidTO
'Two Kinds of Hypocrites: worship Sermon text: Five Year Expansion : 3:30 p.m. for a quarterly The Class Committee I Thursday. I
." 6:30: p m Junior and Y.P. 7:30: pm. in chargeof at 10:30 a-m in the Baptist
LECTURECANCELLED / COSS MEMORIAL METHODIST-308 E evening worship sermon text: The Power Christian Youth Fellowship the Saturday event includes Church The Rev Laurie G Ray i iI AM STATE WEST OF MISSISSIPPI ADD Me

Jackson St. The Rev John T. Dingley of Influence" meeting.. Following the busi- Emma Grace Kuenz. Sally Newton I will officiate with interment in

I worship minister begins Church at 11 school ajn at Hily 9: 45 Commumod Morning Nazarene ness session, recreation will be Barbara Fiezl and Claire De- the Pleasant Garden Cemetery. Simplify jour gift problems. Delight your friends and bu.meo

i Service The Intermediate and Senior in charge of Robert Helms serable. : associates in the cold North with baskets. of citrus.
I Methodist Youth Fellowship groups meetat FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZAFENC chairman. and D. II. Helms
6 45 p m. The evening service begins 1030 W Kaley Ave Ret W. D. Croft. FINERAL SERVICES: I
A covered dish
at 7:30.: This is the Men Brotherhood pastor Sunday: School. 9.4j a.m : Preaching sponsor. supper For Mrs. Minnie Halloman We've been growing 'em and shipping 'em for 15 years.
J Loyalty: night.BROADWAY services. 11:00: a m. and 7:30: p m; will be served at 6 pm., with Court Suit Here
Youth Groups 6:30 p.m. Prayer: meeting :Morris Pumphrey of Daytona Kahle will be held from the Carey

METHODIST-Bro.dw.r: atAmelia. Wednesday. 7:30: p.m. Beach presiding. Ends In MistrialA Hand Funeral Home Sunday at 2 Mail your list with check or money order to-
Wm. Harry Moore minister 9 45a I with interment in the family
m Church school. 10'55 a m. morning UnitarianFIRST Young people will conduct the p.m.

worship Sermon by: Chaplain 0 H Gerten- UNITARIAN. Central at Rosalind evening program with Richard Circuit Court civil action end- I plot here in Edgewood Cemetery.
korn of the 'Florida State Tuberculosis The Rev William A. Constable and I Pumphrey of Daytona Beach in ed in mistnal yesterday when a Mrs. Kahle who died at a local Castle Hill Citrus GrovesOakland
Sanatorium 7 30 evening worship
p.m the Rev WUna L. Constable Joint ministers Friday after a long illness -
-- Sunday: school and morning", service I charge Guest speakers will be the jury failed to agree on verdict hospital
A at 11 a m. Sermon topic: "iclerance" Rev. W P. Yesley of Sanford and at completion of testimony in a was born in New Hormany.
Community Forum at 8 p.m. In the church Posey County. Ind. March 17.
i Rep. C. Farris Bryant of Ocala. case instituted against Hotel Fla.
I Miss Margaret Piper will speak on: India ,
et1zo In the Modern World." The Rev. Yesley is district chair- Holding Co. by Joe G. Mejers of 1870. and came to Florida in 1892.

man of youth work. Orlando. She was a resident of Orange -- -- -.
{ !
I ,, Unity Young people are expected from Meyers sought recovery of $3.- County for 55 years and owned
P.U UNITY CHURCH-->03 S. Orange Ave valuable citrus groves in the Lake
Ocala DeLand
Daytona Beach 600
Carolyn Parsons Sunday damages as a realty transac-
"oor--v ages 9'10 am Devotional i(' Ocoee and Sanford. tion commission that he claimedwas :i Apopka-Clarcona vicinity.
service 11 a m. Sermon text: "The Divinity: She is survived by a daughter
of Jesus ChrulWeekd.r: dasaes. 10 I due him from the corpora-
Bertha Gormican. and two
Class of Park Lake Mrs.
a. Monday and Thursday 8 tion.
p : : Monday.'p.ur"n: : ; 12 noon daily: ; I Presbyterian Church will give a grandsons John Eugene and Rob-
GOSPEL MESSAGES 3 p.m.. Monday: to FrIday. i ert Frank Gormican.
Christmas party for the children
8Y Mack Serves
Salvation ArmyTHE ': of Jamajo Chapel on Tuesday. McQualg
SALVATION ARMY-S..nrl.J' school I' Dec 23.Chaplain. Aboard Navy CruiserMack Mrs Annie M. Sflleri .u 86. who died
0. THE -10 a m Morning worship a ercic e. 11 '.m. .t her home. 619 E. Pine st. at 1:15:
Young peoples. service 6 pm. will be i O. H. Gerstenkorn of A. McQuaig fireman pm Wednndav Dee. 3. 1947. will lie Instate
conducted by Mrs. Adell M.r HOURWITH meeting 15 p.m. Evangelistic service Florida State Sanatorium will first class. USN. son of Mr and for Funeral Friends may can between

8 OO p.m. Capt. and Mrs E H. Ferkmg bring the 11 am. message at Mrs O G. McQuaif; Rt 334 Orlando the hour of 2 00 tnd 4 00 p.m Saturday -
THE officers in charge tio llj E Central The body: wlU be placed In receiT-
Ave Broadway Methodist Church tomorrow has completed a ing vaults until Spring at which time

LUTHERAN HOUR CHORUSEVERY -- - I Dr. Paul Fletcher district month training and good-will the body will be forwarded to Lancaster.

SUNDAf Other Churches superintendent. will speak at cruise in the Mediterranean area Pa for Interment She Is survived orlandO.by
a daughter. Mrs. F. B.
I ALTAMONTE CHAPEL Al tam ant e 7:30: pjn. while serving aboard the light Fla
c. B. HAYNES Washington Springs. Regular Sunday: morning worship cruiser U.S S. Manchester. -
12:30 P.M.WLOF 11 This '
: t am Sunday Dr. Lindsay E.
I McNalrs subject will be "A Glorious Heritage Eola Park open air meeting tomorrow KAHLE. MRS. MINNIE HALLOMAN-Funeral -. AT ASSOCIATED!
for Mrs Minnie
D. c., who was to have I In the." Children chapel Mrs Sunday Criffens: school Adult at Bible 9:30: at 3 p.m., sponsored by .services 77 of Apopka who died No' .. 28
: &1.1I the Christian Business Men's Com- I trill be held Sunday afternoon Dec 7.st .
nays meets at the Community House at Ch.PeLThe
2 p m. at the Carey Hand
at 3 9:30 a.m mittee under Harry Wimberly andJ. S Rev Roy Douberly will officiate
spoken m.
p. TRINITY EV. LUTHERAN Dwight Peck. will hear Chap- I I II Interment will be In the Apopka Cemetery ;
I Apopka Fla Pallbearers are
lain Gerstenkorn he continuesa
in Auditoriumis ChURCh W Amelia Ave. The Rev Laura V. Hill management makes Slemons and C L Cray both of Orlando -I
_ _ Municipal I 139 E. Livingston Ave. at Ruth St. pastor Church school. 9.45 am Wor- series of Bible studies. W. O Tmlton and Frank L. Burgess.both
ship and preaching 10 45 ChristianCrusaders
a m. I
reasonable L F Roper and
Albert Besalski. M-A. Pastor our I of Apopka and
seriously ill in the hos- I 11:00: A.M.\ Divine Worship 7'30 pmFAITH 6:4j P.m. Evangelistic service First Methodist Church was the Fred Roper both of Winter Garden 1870 at
March 17.
Kahle born
9:45 A.M. Sunday School charges possible. Mrs was
scene of a coffee Wednesday as !New' Harmony. Posey: County. Indianashe
I ST. LLKE'S EV. LUTHERAN TABERNACLE-Pine Castle B. for the Flor- came to Florida in 1892 and was a
plans were
pital. The lecture pre- E Hicks. D D. pastor. The Pine Castle -.sident of Orange County for 55 years
I CHURCHIn bus stops at the church Sunday: school ida Chain of Missionary Assem- she a survived by: a daughter Mrs
Slam [Route 426, 2 mL s.w. of 10 a m Sermon 11 am Evangelistic 7.30: blies program to be held in this Bertha M Gormican of Apopka* and
viously announced is p Sermon topic: "The Truth-What It
Oviedo Jan. 24 to 27. wo grandsons John E and Robert F.
Stephen M Tuny. Pastor Is -1 Gormican I
if; 8:30: A.M. English Divine Worship :Miss B Louise Woodford of
9:30 A.!.(. Sunday School ---- WALTERS BUHL CLIFTON Funeral
on Winter Garden Rd. and Adams St. The 1I
for Burl Clifton Walters, two-
10:JO A.M. Slovak Divine Worship ;erlces
I Rev. Thrash pastor Evening: worship. 8 First day. Dec. 7. 1947. Monthly: meeting I oar-old son of Mr and Mrt B C Waien -
p.m. on Spiritual truth. Guest workers. to am. : mo N Mills St who died at the
I Messages for all. florida Sanitarium Dec 2. will be held I
You Are Cordially Invited to Attend DOWNEY MEMORIAL CHURCH. Non- Ave and Hampton St. The Rev Carroll N. -
denominationali Sunday: school service Biakeslee pastor 11am 730pm. The
THE BUSINESS MEN'S BIBLE CLASS 2pm Church services. 3pm. Young Rev GlUlnsham will preach The Rev
people services. 7 30 p m The Rev D. Lewis Myers will preach Morning devotions -
I 9:30 Every Sunday Morning I Harold will deliver the sermon. There WLOF 7 30 a m daily:
will be religious pictures shown Public is
urged to attend Free will offering to be CHURCH OF THE BRETHREN- o'nf'r
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH fb: CL taken. Harmon and Clay Sunday school: 9.45. Homes for Sale

Sermon at 11 Sunday: Sunday evening
"We Will Be Glad to Greet You" RELIGIOUS SOC.ETY OF FRIENDS Leagues meet at '7. Preaching aI.. E. F.
Sorosis House 108 Liberty St. 11 a.m. Oasrho pastor
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CLASSIFIED 11. Special Notices 15. School and Instruction! 17. hauling and 110"1 t tI

: s >Dane KnOLiENaEi-9
Market Takes Citrus Auctions I easiest ear In short onae..1t by the quickest. Isis to commence Januar;. Enroll 3toragc a, YO s .r- C ..
Daily 8. FuneralF1oralDeslplsf'mIiERAL cut system In the world early for other New( Y-s lasses I ,
f' Os .c.
'r 'u Ln.i
Q.tes: the .
main secret In playing by that books I : "
Livestock MartI may p:01 ORANGES SPRAYS and designs for ear Write H A. Jones 2121 Conway Orlando Secre.anal ,A. Accountancy 4965
Worst Down florIda 80. Bosel Tania : all Central. Florida. Deliver.** twice Road. Orlando Florida School 6 W Church corner LONG" DISTANCE MOVINOA

8&4. Bolt.. .Wlft c1. Da4. &.. CZl1. 4/BL dally to all funeral services. Azalea of Or.n..e points Packing criting local mov
Bos... Bon. Bon. Shop at Casselberry Winter fare.. 12. Lost and Found ScHOOL-OF REAL-ESTATE'law and ing Suddath Movies' : A Storage Co.
ern-Marte' CU.... Car A ; CsrAvg Car- I I I THOMASVILLE Ga. [API] Phone 2-2221. practice Prepare for 115 W. Columbia Phone 8134

Skid Of Year I II ; 2 ar3.;: 2 : [USDA) Livestock arrivals totaled [ DOG LOST-Brown and white pointer broken and salesmen 139 examination E. Pine St. '
: ..I... : ) ___=:::: 1 2(2 : 210 S 33 10 1.65 10._! tUoy aitiers -Child; sale . Lost In vicinity of Mt. Dora. Phone 6566TUTORIaGinalI STORAGE SPACE and. local bauft i.

Bo.to thihe.r' ) 1 =: ::: 850 cattle. 375 calves. and 3,600 It found call Mt Dora 2165. reward. Furniture or mercantile Telephone
DOW-JONES AVERAGES Pi ttoburtil: (firm 1 =========::= :: ::- --- 4 % 4 BABY AND CHILD CARE-Day. weekor LOST-l roll of 16' transmission high school! srlence Winter Park. 41
NEW YORK UP) I I CI..l.Dd. Chllfh..r) _n___--____ - l n g hogs at eight major packing plants hour; excellent care provided belt. between ". mathematics and English by
Stocks: Open High Low Close Net CII.so Chk.1O steady) ----------- -_ :I 253 = =: 10 3.lCd 5 1.72 103 E H arcor d. 2-3296: Park Reward. N Orange and Winter experienced huh school teacher Ph. 18. Laundrvorlt: (
: IndS ITS.M ITS.17 IIS 46 176.1O *ff 2.1. St. LouiS 5 372. 3 168 at Albany Columbus Moultrie CHILD CARE-Days or evenings. or Ph. 9705 Mills: Supplies Inc., Winter Park 165.3iic
20 Rails 4C.M 4T OC 46 00 44-2* off 0.6* .. t1 Cun halid) =:::= = = ; 2 = =: 9 Thomasville and Tilton. Ga. Dothan for working mother. 840 ?iottIu.itat MN be LAUXDRES8-Colored girl mi.nte J
taught .
IS Utila 3Z.S1 :32 M :32.SS :32.42 off *-.21II Detrol' I.t..dy. ) 'h'h___::__ - i -- ::: : N : 3 g ; i| :. rail 3-3329. LOSTSet: of automobile tools incase elafmet bv ns"ff5h.t, ; band or W work at home. House In rear 738
tt'ka C2 M (2.7 6147 61.*2 off 'IS I I B'!tlinors C (tower) 1 220 : 4 209b _ Ala., and Jacksonville and' . In Mt Dora Reward for orchestra Livingston
: CARE .. exc r:
DaT. hour enre See Tom ParIb.
or .It. 2 -
Stands: CI... Net. CO. : :::.:::::::: i ii 21 2333 305 76 3.35 57 1.71 return G M. Melnecke. 821 Grand- 1cr. 6:0: E Liv LAUNDRY- jour o-.m-.rth nern <1:
mothers : .
ntston Ave.
11 registered ), between
40 Bonds --_.__--._.- 7.74off '.12 I I a-Io.er: b-non...; c-c..I..r. : d-lrre! abc: .--.... Tallahassee. nurse private view St. Mt Dora 5 and 8 pm equipment 60c per hour rela. 'al
I II I home large yard 1965
10 lit Ruls)) ___________10311 UP 001 bItA'EFRUIT (55.4) Kentucky HORSE- Rasey'n S..lf-S..rvl Laundry. 316 W.
Hogs sold actively and mostly Ave.. Winter Park. PbOD.812J.f. FOUND--Red mare with
10 2nd Rails ____.._ OeffO-25 I I. iravel Information Washln"tOD. 61124
nU blaze face, ,
Florida RIo right
8td. Dad scars on side: may
10 UtilS ____?___ 102.01 Off 0.0* steady in price. Composite quotations be had by
a.ct. Bozel Wtnb4 Bonl : seeing C. N North. Long-
CHILDREN ..krn cars of by hour services Uttered
10 Inds 100 07 Off *13 ern-M.rte' Car A... Car Los. Car on soft and semi-hard hogs wood and paying for ad. AIR. BUS. STEAMSHIP
TaniaCtiOflI III stocks VMd Inavora... :2 or d.y also 112 per .eelt day and _ _ _ -T-ckeU. tour
yesterday: Industrials. 112 OOO; rail. 50.- N.w York ClI, Urr..ul.r) -- ---- -- --- 1 at eight plants were as follows; night. Excellent care liven. Get oft POINTER LOST=Blmck and white. ; and cruise arrangement .by fullautborlz..d ALLIED MAINTENANCE' and P..nt-
iladelphia Ilrr"ul.n ---_- - --- 155 1 225 Winter Garden bus at street. black head with white strip 3 and bonded travel consultant lug Co. of >ewbjr Vrrm"r.t -.' C
300 utilitie*. 3100; total 2O3.100.: B"'D luncb.aud' ____ _ ___ : few 253 medium to choice barrows and running yrs Convenient. >
into old: no collar Liberal downtown office. .
: Starling sign SiLt direct reward Notify Knight Contractor of 130 N O ando -
a ttaburiti unch.nged) _ _ _ gilts. 180-240 lbs., largely $24-:r you to nursery. owner Box IBS Highland Lobe Avon across from Chamber of Commerce. Ave. Spray and brush work "eel l
MARKETS AT A GLANCE evel.nS 1 steady) _=:: ==== = .=: few 310 :: ==:. $24.50. with i Park FlaSWEATER Building Orlando Travel Service: 113 roofs a specialty A quicker bcrr
closely: sorted
NEW YORK I Cl ii I (no co m..nt. ) :: long- TINY TOT DAY NCRSERY-Mrs. W. E Central ph 8393
STOCKS: Lower heavy ailing) hit At. Loulo, =::::__ ==:= = ::: :: ::: :: =: | hauled lots up to $24.75. Weights R Corbeau. R. N. 319 E. Rollins. LOST-Lady's black On looking Free longer estimates lasting job tor <'.iss

.leader. Clnclnn.tI (unchanged) __-____ __________ ___ __ ___ __ ___ 270 IDS. and up. $20-$23.75; 160- Phone '7887.ixPERIEICEDr. Livingston. near Main Street. Telephone BUS-STEAMSHIP-RnerntloDs: : I money onrron. I
BONDS: lower Polls drop in late trading. De : !; : Ilned-I&d 2-8572 if found and tickets Authorised agents all ALARM CLOCKS REPAIRED ...:0
t11 ----=. ====:'---====:::--=: i : ;: :: :: 2 :i 180 Ibs.. $23-$23.75; 140-160 Ibs.. care for children or Invalids evenings will WALKER HOUNDSL05Tnear lines Sunnuano. Travel Bureau.. 30 kind of clock or electric ecui-,, .

COTTON: Easy commission. house selling T (SsodI.s. ; /I: ::: $20-$22.50; 120-140 Ibs.. $16.50- Phone 4917._ Weklwa River if found notify C. EastPine_ _Phone TlOl We fix everything Barker it"'ar

iiquidat.on.CHICAGO St ,. T $19.25. Medium and good sows. IPYOU DESIRE a refined elderly W. Stevens. and C. Bean Winter Gar- CRUISES.-Hat ana ..ndN..uAijupon. Shop. 48 W. Central. Ph 7 -96.
ern-Marte' 8<<1. Boxes Wlreb4. BoleS Bozee .. Orlando Travel
WHEAT* Weak; improved ere* out N.w York C.ty Itrrf"'wsr) -_______ 1 2.00 II 1 83 13 3.24 __ __ : mostly $19-$22. The practical price drrn woman during to ta''e care. .of your rhll- den. Fla I 118 E Central 8193 AWXISGS-CANOPIliS--For: ira:" s. (
look. Phll.d..lphla (Urr"lful.r) ______ 1 1.90 day or evening call 3- Porch curtains tarpaulinst'::<'- .
n limit the for soft and HAVANA .
in area semi- :
CORN: Broke aharplyi atop-loaa sailing. Bo ston ) _ _ _ -1 2-27 :: =: :: - i!' 1661 14. Beauty Parlors CUBA HOLIDAY A1-E? tlan blind Made to order Estimates. *
OATS: Broke sharply with corn. Pi r \ncru.ne.d ...d) :::=-__ __ few. 17 hard hogs was $24.75. 11. 30 renSe E Pint tours Lamer Travel! Service. Phone 9BJ6 Florida Awning Co 432 .....
HOGS: Active and 50 cent higher CI eland (.te.dy) -, nU____ -- ::: to. :: ---- t gg Cattle trading was generally Special -Notices ALICE CARLIN ROOM-504 Florida Street Phone 5301 S. Hughey

too S26.7S. Cb (no comment) -------___,__ few 2332 2 251 ', active with prices for all ADVICE DILY Bank Bids. Superfluous hair permanently 17. Hauling; and Moving ALLIS CHALMERS -s-d-
CATTLE: Mostly steady cleanup trade; strong -Spiritual readings. removed Phone 4406 SERVICE;
choice material ._nt. ) ::: ::: fi : classes. Rev A. M Crraver. D.D. 512 W. parts; tractors and power un:;- I
I \ (unchonied :I L 194 :: : L fJIlJJl Central Phone 5837 AMERICAN BEAUTY SALON 44 li ASSURED LOW rates household shipments Farm and Home Machinery Co 40
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D 50 W. Church Machine waves. $5
to UP
Closing prices were cents Specialists
NEW YORK LAP] The stock :::::::::::: : 2 8 1.85 i3 ALL TRAILER OWl'ERS-L.*. .Jes Cold waves $10 UP. Appolntm..ntpllone Ability 423 So NY.Orange all coastalpoints Ave. W. Robinson: phone 2-2713. .
$1 higher than a week earlier with samine. Trailer Park: has clean rest 6931 Bonnie .nd JU.Dlta. Orlando 2-4406 BULLDOZER SERVICE Clesr.c.
market yesterday suffered one of some better grade cattle and calves rooms with 26 toilets. 10 lavatories. 5-eoi grve&ln and grading Also pan
Its sharpest nosedives of the year I 18 showers. 2 bath tabs. 4 urinal CHRISTMASSPECIAL. $ r AERO : FLOWER TRAXO"tong _<6. work and palmetto rake. Phone
| 1.50 higher. Slaughter steers and large laundry ice wave S8 50 Ph. 9725 Ray's Utopia dllt.nc"' __ 2-4427 J T. Murdock
room:: house. barbecue u Join
with the high speed ticker tape I heifers weighing 450 lbs. and up restaurant complete grocery and Beauty IO-firi: Washington I er Van and Storage. service for free Bt11 D NoCONTJiAcr: Rs New.
two minutes behind actual floor Closing i Stock Quotations were quoted 1923. Medium market 99 beautiful acres with over SHOP 146 E. .estimates also local moving storage. buildings -._ltD". repai-tr.K
transactions for a brief Interval i. 2300 t'Bk.'ss lake short fronts". S. Church St. Phone 3-1014. Pform.DI I packing crating and shipping. We also operate a flrst-cla cabinetshop.
grades brought $15.50-$20. with Orance. Trail I eDt waves $5 up. complete. Expert 1400 S Dwiaion Ph. 7988.DEEM8DELIVaRYSenlc.. .
and leaders dropping: 1 to 8 points. STOCKS IN THE SPOTLIGHT jut Tel A Tel .... 89 114 114 = _?__ hair cutting all wale laboratory .Austin ft Oreer. 23O9 N Or-
top medium grades to $21. WRJnPARKER .. Ph
NEW YORK lAP) 5.. .., c..nv. prs up Spiritualist. 2613 tested 20 phone abCe. 3-3115 or 2-O681
Small declines predominated in .nd net ehango .f tho 15 most ictive Common kinds were $12-$1550. E Washing St Readings dally vearseiperu nee 7673. light moving and hauling; BfuuDf -RJP.iJWORK Opa
..... -
.John. .
M.iII III .O', 39 39 SILVER: BEAUTY! S''LOAlltypn reasonablerats.
clr<-V Thurs 8 Ph 3-1412
the forenoon on slack dealings. A : orks ye.t.cdoy: p m for work by the Job Can
J.or. A L 81 3 with some reaching $17. Canner rrra.r:
burst of selling hit all Radio '/ . joj Mig ... ...:::::: ; m: m: 361 31 %, and cutter grades including bulls. MASSAGE SIf'nd..r17I1JHolid.y: Lucy of permanent Phone 6220 wa\e 21 W.Carolyn Pine. and Ft.LFORD-VAS Can & STORAGE CO.- or build any style'" borne by iprv 'I: depart-I Rad.o-K..th.O. 15,500.I.I 54. prices through Dec Gilbert's. 1208 handle load or p.rlo.da to Uon Refererrea furnished <:ail.t
ments approaching the P6.11.ps. Pot 1:1.700-54": 1. K were 7251225. W Yale 2-2918 Ladles only. and from New York or en route For 534 Raielsn St. after 5 p m or phone
K"DDecott Cop .. .. .. 29 .5% 444 44% 15. Schools and InstructionAUTO .estimate phone
and. over a space of 10 P.-Col. 12.900-UI/a 5/s Medium beef rows brought !> NOTICE' ALL brokers my property 5286 135 N. _M.in. 2- 123 after 5 p m _

the recording machinery was late I Am 0.5 Alrhn..l1,600-71 Pu..Utll. 11.200-12. VII a.. faded. G.. .... .. ..L 21 5 4i 4'j $14.50-516 with a few good cows at 2115 8. Rio Grand Is sold O. J.Buikhart SCHOOL Learn to drive.Competent . FIDELITY Co. scents STORAGE for Allied and Van Warehouse LID..... BE"o.L.ijD Eapert jewelry. -STRl"\GISl'-: -

for the first time since mId-Oc- Param Pct 10.900-20 1. Ih.h C h N .... .. Ii 9i9' 9t up to $18.Common. I SPENCER _ instructor prepares you Inc Information without obligation Jeweller. JUTasruder. repair.Arcade Jere Reft.
tober The pace soon tapered and ChryIe Penn OR. IS00.59g 10.900-1S',2.1\.., ljhhv McN 14'L.::::: 34 5 01.4 5f" 534 9 slaughtei cows brought SUPPORTS 1202 E W.ShlllllG'- Indlviduaffdrinrd P1*;. for School State rail Driver 2-4879. Test Orlando Auto on Also. local P. "III"and. storing long dl-t.nr. moving CLEANING: AND rinrsslNG-- 'h

extreme declines were reduced in U S St..i I 0.800.73's 2. Liej.t A Myers ..... ..S StIt 1111 88 $$12-$14: cutters. $10.75-$12; I 2--,01; 11.. Warrrn I BALLROOM. DANCING All types III W J.rit'"n Call 2-'HR4 and crating. 56- I. and ca'rv prices will 'ai" a t
ComwIth 4. Sets 5700.2':" VII I'a. Lockhrel Airc l2. 11 % III, 'I VI P-Kt'l1,. Rr"I't .. Surveyor mover.: Sri neunyourr Ito t:" 5.-
the majority of cases at the close. : and Shelly P rivatea nd class instruction Ph I GEl'FRALH..t'IIXO _
: $9-$10.75.
. ::::: canners.
Am P60 Lt 9.3071p .,.. Loec. bar )9* ;9 is 5 ChuTl h and MaIn Arcade Phone j 3. Concreteirze perior Cleaners 214 Boone S"IContinueuToiTNext ,
lOfifi Jane Dirktnn I
Transfers of 1.290.000 shares were Nat Sueply 8.000-21 Lonll.rd [PJ ..... .. 7 18" 18'4 184 kinds of canners brought $8 and :' 6346 H oursnoon till Sturliot 10 29 WCentral i loads bloclr.s anti lumbrr or smallPhone
pm .
the largest since Oct. 30, and compared let T.l 4. Tel i Ia:: 1L1. M less. Common and medium sausage I trash or do": 5665. LagelJAVA ] i

United Corll '..100.2vo M.ck Trirk .. ..... 16 51. 51'4 51 ,
with 970,000 yesterday.The Un.ted Alrhn.a l.aoo.15,. Msry [RH) ..' 6 334 334 3 ''I bulls ranged $12-$15.
Associated Press 60-stock Manse Midland; ::::: 21 7*, 7 7 A few choice slaughter calves

composite was off 1.1 points at lUW YORK [APJHdL Hilh L_ Last Minis. :IIl.'illd.( : :::::: 20 18 fi'*. 22's 144 :.. were $22.75-$23: good calves and

62.5 a low since last June 10 A N.oII.Dd* 81 Prod. .. 5 4H.. 43 434 vealers were $18 to $21 : medium i I PAP NEWS TEAVEL5FAST. ThEEE WILL BE IVTKfSTIN<5KAA1E5

and the widest dip since May ACF.Bnll Mot .. .. .. .4 6 1, 6 6 Mo Ks. Teus 37. 5i 3*, grades. 1518.50; common TO CEJ-AY TO THE
I' Air Reduction ... .. J8 2525'" 2S11a Monarto Chess 58 57 574
16. The utility Index made a D M..ttam Vi,4 .... 47 52 11.5015: and culls $6-$11.75. 0 V ) i\ OFFICE CN CUE PAiLV: TC.7PiLGot. C
% 50% 52 I COME E& MlA TIIE ggg 4.
new low for the year. It was I : ::: ; : p ::::: :: 3&: r" IdMurray Corp .. .... 7 1S 144 15 I Z ; o scr up ALfl1 re FAEEWeLL CD.MAVTT 3 ggi'.zr... .

the broadest' market since Oct. I Al At I leg bad:11 ...:::: : =::10.I: :: 28 H I! CHICAGO [APj [USDA 1 Salable o s'vicENE5.J MA4Y C774ETl1l7&75J CENTEL4 IN TI4G II\k' AT THE AIKTOKT 7D d 'l "
Chem 1)7e 1 189 .X..b-X..iD.tor TO 1U ASOlfl...
% ... .. 37 16% 154 15;, CONCESSION % gn oeg. .. : _-
21. Of 1,069 Issues registering, Alli.-u. MIl... .. .. 3J 374" 3610. 364 *.t A"hD .... ... 15 5 hogs 6.000. total 12.500; market '.
81, 54 : AREAS
768 fell and 127 rose. I AID ArIisrs .... .. ..114 7" 7 710. 'ist Anto Cii b ... .. 17 10" 10 104 active generally fully 50 cents 7- , _ _ 5tZ'
Am Cable A Rat .. .. 41 i ; jr Ml'PlEEA5T.- -
44" 4'4 4IdX.t
Biscuit ... .. .. 14 iIwA5i
Bonds sagged with stocks and AID Coo .... .... .... U 10' 8010. 80""%" 7st r.a ... .. ... .. .. 11 3111a 8' 30 54% 30'% higher on all weights butchers: ;; -

commodities weakened. At Chi- ,I AID t.far A Fdy .. .. .. 10 40 39 39 *si Cs.), Reg .. .. .. 16 311' 374 374 a1.2 top 26.75 freely: bulk good and ss p 'i0t -J.
AID ('yan.m.d .... .. 51 39's 39 393j S. C..nl..r ... ..
I n.. n., 13., choice 180-300 lb. barrows and
cago wheat conceded 2Vi to 4% AID" For Pnw ...... 45 2.*.. 2 2 Nat fairy Prnd .. ... I 27" 27', .

cents a bushel corn 6 to 7T and I;IAs H me Prod .. ... 17 24'" 2H 25iS.t. 1..t Ctores. ..... C 10;'. I"', 274 194; gilts 265026.75, weights around
I ienes.. LnnImotl. 29 194 19 19 !t.t Th.tiiI.r ....... .0; 2n.. 20'. 260 lb. and mainly 26.65
oats 23g to 4. Cotton lost 75 234
AID Poe ..... I
I L' 90 7'. 7 7'2 N.t (yp.um ........ 14
161. 18 '
cents to $1.70 a bale. Am R.d" St S .. ... 35 14i1l 144 144 Sat lead .. ........ 11 34.. 351.4 334, down; weights under 180 lb.
In the curb Phil Blum and Pep- A.. Ron Mdl) ....... 7Z 3." 33 33i, 5st Pow" Lt ... .. .. 5 1 1 1 scarce: few good and choice 160- :
Am Smelt A R .. .... 10 53' *
55'4 534 7a Spply ......... n 22 ]
perell tilted forward while back- Am SU Fdn ........ 8 27'>. 264 26'% Srbl Corp .. ..... .. II 18" 2014 18.... 21 154 180 lb. 26-S26.50: sows also scarce.
ward performers included Do4 m SUlflf Rd .. .... 6 .51.5 .5 I Neaport led,"'. ..... 5 23'23 23" around 25 cents higher: most good
lob .. ...... .
8 ..
m 17 65'10. 65 65-IY "palnl RR ..... 78
12'. J2'% 12'i and choice sows 500 lb. and down
beckmun. Ryan Consolidated Petroleum AID V.e ......... 15 344 53 53 NY Chi A fI L pf... 5 1161, 114 11.
Lone Star Gas. American Am W. Wh .. .... 25 16 15% 16 I No AID A."oll ... 24 8'", 8'4 8"% 2 24.50-25; early clearance.
AID Wool.. ......... 56 43 40 "
Northees Pacific .. ..
31 1500. total 1.800
Salable cattle
I. .0"I lEft
18" :
I 18., .
Gas and Fuel Gas. As acood. Cop ...... 55 3332 33 -

Turnover here was 330,000 shares Ar As pI mour Thy A 1;Co onls.'::::: 1 134 143, 14 133 Wi I I OhjoOii I RI..s.r. . .':::::::0 30 27 299.. 26 : salable cleanup calves market 500.on total most 500: steady killing $ L ; NO. CH.PFE7, VW CttfT ..: j re..i I r.EAZ7 CHIPPED I U6c ONE: CF -r .
versus 260.000 Thursday. S
.. .. 334 33 305
Atrh T A II F ..
At l ('oal' Li.. ...... 21 3 81'461.6, 794 46 804 O"'D' III Glass .... 4 694 684 884 classes: bulls firm: hardly enough -l: t'rri. [U. ,j : q ;,: KEEP fT. WE MU5TNTT L--- ZN AW4 UUR PET EX" 55ON5., oEEZ..t. ) I '

CURB STOCK LIST All R..hDinl .. ... .. 14 321.. 3Z 3Z P steers and heifers here to make a I /5K MOW!. ; HAVE All PETS NCW. .k; .th KITT No LITTLE PITGiE2S HAVE Si E / I
Furnished through courtesy lai Corp ... .. .... 6 2210. Pac (,.. ,I: Rice" .. ... 2'7 35'" 34" 35 t ; ; .
Lynrh. Pierre. Conner and Beans. :MorriliAc.,. MIl.. ... ... .. 28 4 22.4... 23.4... Pac Ci.. A Rise ..... 27 151a 341. 35 market: scattered lots medium to I L ? F ----r ; SOAP-__ You JCNOW.: _ I

Aluminum Co of Araer ---________ 83>4Amer p.., Tin Cone ...... .. 3 4 4 4 high-good yearlings 23-30.50; ht5 .
Gas fy 1:1.: .... _________ __ '. .29 Pscksed Mator R/lSt3J7S.
.dRald T.eca ...... .. 15 % 41.4 41.4 load lots confined to good 1.080 lb.
14'4 14" :: : I!
:::: ,
Amer. Light ft Traction ___________ 16'4 BO Il A Ohs. .. p Am Aress *. 55 54 Q 0 ... iOO /
Ark Not Gas A. _u___________ S Bo ra.daIl: 0.1 ::::::: ; m: 319 50% 304 Panhandle P A IL 24 6', 8% 64 shortfed steers at 28.00; canner ... ,
Ashland Oil A Refg. ______________ 13H BeBe ad.. Aviat ...... 41 30" 29'%, 31 2910.% prn., Pcture. ..::.107 21 193 20 ; and cutter cows 11.00-13.75; strong t ) r .
Atlantic Co Fish. ________?__ 4'.. st bode .. ...... . a 28" 28 28 PoSies B.s .. .. ... 3 9% ., 1'10 : : j .. .
Barium Steel. _u______________ 4% t), html .. ........ 33 ..7196 96% PO'bD' ,y [JCJ ...... 12 434 4310. 43.., weight cutters 14.00; most beef .. ; h\ 'At S 1
Creole Pet Corp. _______________ 36H" B.Bl I.w KDOS .... .. .. 15 15" 14% I P..nDM Arl ...... 1 6 6 6 cows 14.50-18.00: good offerings > '-
____ _____ __ 144 PrDII Pw Lt .. .... 31 18", rlJ ,
CItIeS Service u 344 Bs esgAirpl.,. ... .. 20 21'" 20 20" 18'. 354 sparingly above 20.00: heavy sausage . t 'T&f ;
Colts Patent Arm _-_-_______-__ 32lElee Bord..D Co .. .. ... ... a 115, 4t'4 113, PPDD RR ..........108 154 ISII 15', .k,( I I"r
: . Bond Share Co------------ 10HPatrchild Borl W..r. ...... I 5210. 53 52' Pepsi-Cola ... .. .... .151 23 223 22', bulls reached 20.00: most A r ) { ,
En*. Ac Airplane. Corp. h- 3% R.....fI AI.. .. ... .. 19 7..* 7% 71 PbzrrCh.I, : Co .. .. 11 48 46 46" w beef bulls 19.00-20.00; I " 1 ::'
Pb..lpa !JodI. ... .... II 64' 4 =
Glen Alden Coal Co ... 19V. liruilrpon Rrsu 43 43
Or. All ft hc. Tet. Co. n______hh____102 .d8"". RIg .....'".. 2J 6 32 974 31 0% 3l4 01., PhiloSim: .... ...... 1. 21'io 2121" vealers steady at 27.00 down. j : \ .
Humble Oil ft Reig--------------- 67 , Heela Mining Co------------------- .% Bu lova Watch .... .. 3 33 321.4 110.1\ Pb.llp M.erss .. ... .. 55 253 25 25" FLORIDA FRUITS AND VEGETABLES ii iieighty. //-1 tj
Kalser-Frazer __, __--____.-_ 13H B ariIs. Mills ...... 20 2014 19' Phillips Pet ...... ..133 55'.. 5314 54', JACKSONVILLE 'API New York priceS : _,t .1
Lone Star Gas Co. _.________. 20>. Ban Add Mach .. .. 13 143 143 1434 P..1f' tit Car .... .. 41 10' 103 10' on Florida fruits and 'egeables as reported
Niagara Hudson Pw Corp. ________ 7% C ,. Proctor Pub A G.ID.... ... 6 695 fi9 e9; .... ed the Federal-State Market news
Sec ....
NJ .
Nllea-Beement-Pond Co. _-_______-__ 11 Ca lif Pack) 27 20" 20 20 Service
Pantepee OH of Yen. ___________ 10"a I'aes llshoa Z L04, :::: .6 30 i ;: 30 2% i Par.PulImsa Oil ::::::::::: 1: : 51 % m: Snap Bean* bushels mostly ordinary to _____
_________ __ % 24% ,
Bherwin-WiUiama '
'n"4Sonotone a Dry u Al. .. .... 15 144 Hila 13t.. R generally good quality Plentifula 1.5 -35n. 5, t I I JTCH THAT POCC 57ii) Tue 'PtVlNO 44531 4EE fccKEOJP'E2! VOi/CE/ KTTrXYla -
Corp'a[ P."ihc .. .... mostly 200-350. Bountif 1.50-275. '
Bcbulte. Inc __________ 3H .m..r Corp .... .... 14 16 10"17'%%" 16'1034, 10'16"""", R.dio Corp ..... .. ..164 I" 9 0% mostly 2 00-2 75. Valentines 4 00-4 50. i 1,1 I ON rr, cstxv 5353'. tE et'1 ins rtaa; : ATTENTION TO TI.& 55T ,' ,

Stand Pw ft Light ____________ 1'4 (ach.. (311 Co .. ..... II .3'. 41" 41', R.",. K Orpb ..... .lM 99. 8e;. 11"11 poorer 2 50-3.00. few 3 50. Florida Belles Ii IT AOCLEC" CWfW TUE hiT, VO Y T-ErEE O\tE 5Y THE ose NEAerr MELL JOT srcxi. _ '
Tampa Electric: _n__-___________-__ 30H '.rpd Tractor .. .. 2 534 55" 58", sdRemej Road .. .. 19 134 12" 12% few. 225. Cranberry Beans 3 OO-4 CO. : CL'316 C1 OR CC-K8EPt4) EOJLETTE TABLE. rnvti: ot'gZ. 36P-..
Technicolor _________--__-_____ 12H Ce lsoes. Corp ... .. .. 38 25% 2.% 25 R..pub Ass. ...... .. I 73 7 7 Avocado flats 10-12 3.25-350. 10* poor- e .
Textron. _--_____________--- 13'. : Corp ........ 7 263 211'.. 26' I R pub Sirel' ... ..... 92 211 24" 25'4''Iot.e. rr quality 2 00-2 25 B FtIE O 'OOA III* HttKPCLEAC Cff-hTO LOOK LILS A rxtiCfYE5 iee,
United Oag Corp. _hun_______ 17 :-'D' Foundry ....... I 53 II a.%% R..rro. Cop" Br ... 11 1974 19"%" 19'. Cucutiheri bushels :3 50-4 00. few 4 !Wt. 4 : rcsv & Cii3= ... WiiE2 182W PjtTEZ4. w' : .-

W, Ta Coal ft Coke __ _- 16"i Co ne De PlIO .. ... .. 16 '254! 25" 25". R..II Dr". ...... .. 51 6" 63 6' fin* quality 500-350: poorer quality 1.50- : r" r-tir I. C
.. .
C.Ci.re.ia.T..d. Prod ... 3J 169 16'4 164 : R"'Dold. Tub B . 11 40., 40 403 275. .- I

STATE FARMERS' MARKET :.. Ii Ohio ... .. ... t .: f :
< 28 4I3 41 411. I Eggplant bushels 5 SO-fi noI d'ic' I- _
The following prices reported. by dealers (:'b IL liP 5" PH ... .. 44 7" 7 7 IdSaf.y. Stores .. .. 24 20 Y, 21) 20 I I Escarole bushel 275-3OO.: poorer some . ; / e %'
St r. .
S. ... ..
on the State Farmers Market for ('b.I" NW .. ........ Fran 63 7'7" 7" &
produce 10 14 13% 14 small end green 1.75.225 = I
"'t Ret,. .. .... 1
Pap ;
. (3.: .. .. 35 94 9'
sold to truckers and dealer up to 12.01 57.1. Corp .. .16 61 59'" 511" 9' Kumqnats per quart 15-17. poorer 10 ,
"brDI..y I>o.tl\\ .. ... 74 33 ;" ,j7fritftc
a m Dec C 40 39% 39 33 lettuce Eastern crates Big Boston 1 so-
Beam, bu tsr---------------$2 50-J 8S :;iv Titl: :::. ::::::: Il 3614 363 364 i Soak Sears Al.Roebuck Hit .:::::: : m: m: m: 2 OO poorer 1.00. Bomaln 1 00-1 25. poorer / _

:oe.-Col. .. .... .
.. .
Cabbage crate or os----------- 2 7S-2 BO 4177 17Z 172 25. :
Celery .__ :"oll.t. Palm P .. ... 28 IIf'r..l1nc .. ..... 14 11\11 101. 10% : (
crate n--------_ 40042SCnarote. 4& .S .5'4 Shell ('D.OII 011 ..... 16 30 Limes S '5 bushel cartons Persians 75-: ? ;
bu Spy-------------- 300-325 05 1 torI : Ic 15% 14'4 S.mmes. 29 295 1 no. 2, 5 bushel carton 2 25. flats 1.50- ::
Coconuts. 50 to ax _u-______ 4 25-4 SOCucumber Co ism 0 El: ::::::: :: 11% m: 11. I 8sscIsr:: 01 Co.:::::::: 4: 354 15. 3314 15 n: 1 :5. j
:0..1 Creel.\ ........ %
bu. b.It'I: 00-5 00 : a 41 40''% 40' lIoeony-V.cuum .. ... 75 Pepper bushels California Wonders 4 2Si
16 ,
inI 8olrents 16's
Peas..Ia.I bn.hot--------------bu.: hpr.: ::::_-. 400-00 3.7S-4 25Peppers. :I:::mwtb! Rd ":::::: 11 35 22 26%% f4 263 22'4 Southern se,,, Am G A .ftc'::::: 34 2 .r""" 43 3% 3% i quality other Bullnose 2110-325. Hot type 300.3 75-4 00. poorer I At\; __
"o1D'wlth" 424
Du, )*pr. __ 3 00.00 8o.th... 68 2' 2% 23
.. .
n-uu I'nutb.rn Ry ... Strawberries pony rerrteeTSton per pint
C'ona F4lenS .. ...... U 33% 3J 33.... .
Potatoes. Sweet. bu bskt. ___ __ 2 00-2 SSRad 30 2114 21 21 .
Sperry f'.orp ........ 2S 22' 65-70.: mostly 65. poorer quality 33J5Squash
I:.010. Vaite. .. ...... 22% 22 I
:shei. S dot hpr _______ t 23.2 50Squash. 411 123 11"% 1Z .
'l'p"1 lac ........ 80 bushels Yellow s OO-S SO. poorer
C:'oDt B." .. .. ...... 9'10. 9 9 __ _
Yellow bu. hpr. _______ 3 SO-4 50 1. 133 12'12' .
I..nol Bran.jo ....... .114 :3 00-4 50. '. bn hel Italian type Irregularly
Co: stC, ... 2. 21.4
... ..... 2n.
Tomatoes crate . 4 00-8 SOOranaes. 32 31" 31)' 315 S'dG" A F. ..... large Z 00-4 00. best WE'D TtECE WWAT U I TE.L
("D' Meter. ..... .. pf 43 2t14 2n.. 21* sized small to p1Je4\ I I
box -=.= -===::::::: 185-2.00 :re.l 011 Pal ......... 20 32 7% 7"io 714 : S.,4" nil Cal ....... 29 804; 59'10. 90'' 3 011-4 00. ( \ ( OPETOWtZ2TE
Grapefruit 47" 463
box 17sTangerines. 464
---m'-- Stsd Ot ln4 ....... .119 Tomatoes lugs lid 7 SO. 6x7 6 59- OO.,7x7 :
:Jora .... .119'" 39 .119.;... 5.A0t
4/5 bOI == 2 00 : R.cbssg .1.70 544 53 534 I Stand 011 7(3 ... .. .. 51 75.. : 5.50Eggs EH Y3U VE3EZAIUN&TO KEEP SOME / ITREPAIRS. PEP ISA A BOOK ABOUT it_
Coid Product .. .. .. 744
3 66'" 6& tI; I !
Oil .... I
Ohio .. 24 .
Crsse C. ........ 10 2'1" 212'1, --
343 34
DUNAND RADSTREET 34 I'td IItlllprl .... .... 111 13" IN ZIS BOAT? '
121. 123
rucible I..I ....... ,
NEW YORK cups Dun 14 25'22' 23 ' and % 5'ThEir'
and Brsdstreefs .. Poultry
St.rIjg Prul ..... 4
([: 353 35' 35urei. I
.. ,
dally weighted. price Index of 30 basic : Pabh.hl .. 21 95 I" a% 9',,..,. JP ... ..... 16 315 31 31\ =::
C[:urtl..Wri.ht ...... 27 4'4' JACKSONVILLE tAP) Florida nearby ""
commodities compiled for United Press 44 Stone A W..hotpr. .. ..
11 II'
(1930-32 average equal* 10O: C::aU..r.B..r. .. .... 4 25'% 24 24 ttndebak.r Osrp 58 llila 11'" fresh eggs ..

Yesterday - -- -- - 599 SS D 1 MuniT 0)l! .....:::: 35 19's 9% 18'9 : 10 l All soles to retailers. : I

Thursday Week. ago =----===.-.-=----=:=====: 30145 29900 fl 1)eer.elLork&West..15 S. Co ......... 22 43 71% 42 674 4:% ,,8'01f' A Co .........7 7 33% 334 333 974 ','Grade A N..t Net do Wt.:. Cur In Cr15ame Mitt I

Month ago ___-_____h_-_ 28901 OHIO" F.dlooll ... .. 14 21" 21'" 31'4 Ten.. Year ago noh_ 2413 fl h.t'Cnrp-esg .. .... Si 16% 15% eii.nIf 3 ... S51.2 Medium __________ 21 ox. 65 6t rI.r'
1947 high Nov 28)) -' 301 451M7 D onssMinu, .. .. 7 1734 1S91 m: uI8b.:::: 1 i .: Small ----------- 18 ox. 54 5"
low Jan 231' 232 80 ::::: I-. Ten Pac 27% 263 Extra large ____ -__ 26 oz up 16 79 ; ? t-
- I flD F.l,4u.t g ;') 19'4: 191.4 Tide Mat Ll :it.:::: : 229, 213 269 224 Soles direct to consumers: jmL ; ?

I ii Post De N ...... 7 181. 181 ' Net Wt Cur. Mitt
18354 % ,
I ;;::: : :;:t 'I;'::: 1 ::: U: : U Grade A Per doz. In Crts

I Tn-CoD' ... ... Large .,_____ ____ 24 ox 84 87 '!
Corp 38 6... u
,..t.ra Air I. ... .. .. 49 J6 Hi' 6'" 44\
DANCER : i,....m.. Ko<1.t .. ... 45 4311a 42 43 & TentCFoz. ..... .. III 22'" 21" 313 6'.j Medium _______ 21 01. 74 77 | r'w
.. I U Small n__________ 18 OS. 62 651
l Power A U 46
.a. 143 %
/ ,ER r.i0 B.. a P ..... 6J 29. Extra large ____n_ 26 oz. on 87 90
Si M 12 28'
:::ri\'\ :::::: 144 1::: 149 tnos Carhide .1 100 2914 Florida dressed tales to retailer to consumers
Soothes As It Removes I .... 37 e% 53 :::::: : 994" 99, __
J 5.nh.rp ... ...... 11 11" 11'4 11., I r,10. oi e.l 1314 2' 23 : -__ :
('D.oa P."i ... .... 1J 151' 1481.4 14l'4 I Dressed! Live I r'E r. pf7kqyl. BECAUSe
CORNS CALLUSES T arn. Tel A R." ... .FlJ 'lla 78, 7', :. sited Air Usei 16*, 154 15% New York style and Drawn ..
..1.1'I rlrP.lllna T a R.... 6 49 40' 48', taxied Arcsft .:::: : 2234 23 224 1 Fryers Red 2 Ib up ________ 41 48Broll..r. I HE ? JOE CHRrSTMflS HAVE 10 rtfBE JOE'S AU. WIUU BE BEST FOR "i RUTH MOST I oour sTePT 1 -" MQ GCSoJS

usible .' 31% 3415 I'a (1. Wb Stn ..... 32 41.. 4 4'. i Red lV\ -2 ________ 41 4>* TORfilSe tD IPS gKS4T8UT [I. WlU THE TOWN --AMD iLtAVS I mar zn' a NJCP HUCTT VOO >' QQCNVBODV
:::::::: U m: r.d: Corp ca 2', Hens heavy ___ ______ 46 Sii :
fl orida Ptw 214 2 ? -
Fast relief for skin irritations. J rRrh.a' Tea p' ... 78% 71\-133 783 15', roited: Fruit :::::::: 37 514 524 53" i i Hen*, light ___ _-___u___-__ 36 40 t THE MONEY COP Tbk7I PID Ci 69.l_ JOG) K AN X UNSETTLING.TOONSETTUHQ ELSE T1-I.1...

minor cuts. skinned heels. obriel C GIO 5 (tited nted (;:'A Imp B ::::: 37 5 20 35:: 293 3514: 201, i CLOSING COTTON uPEt.Hi. 61SSE62.62dT' lO THOSE TRfll 1P B39CSAY I LOTS O*FOLKSCH. 5 i KNOW OPCttrTEEGIH
Call Your Druggist Now GIi.. C.bi :::::::::: = 1t1% 11.t.e4 ii': := : (3p.nm ...': IS 103 Its) iso 15' NEW ORLEANS lAP) Cotton futures de- GF
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C eo Fire .... ... .. .. II 3.% 33% 34', ,- 1.4* Cbem 7 394 3 .clone" )'ooterdss un".r 6.00. sIr iiqii'ation
... II Rnbhu ... .. .. .2 524 41)4 .1 d and hedge-aclliag. Closing prices :
:: ::::::::: t ;: :' i 11: S Steel ... .......V95 754 734 731... were .barely. ataady SO cents to $1.SS a L'

:... Pab ('II .112 12* 11 12 : b al. _...
lI1ett. ",.f R ::::::: 16 28' 28", 28L4 vicoemw ... ...2 49 411% .8% Open High Low Clos

BerkshireG.m"'l" Bro. .. ... ... 22 21""%" 2010. 20" i. W D.c. 35 7S 3S.9O 3S.S2: 3S.SOb off 37
nodrieb 16 W.lbr [HI G .11" 1. 20% 2034 MArch 35.71 36.01 3S.tO 3S.60 oft 25
G dvenr T(Bk::::: 31 :; : % 419 56' I waIeorii: : Co ...':: is 3034 10 2514 10 Ma 35.40 35.65 3S.12 35.I3-2O: off 34 !

Fine Spinning fi rsham.Pie. % 5 S I Warnpr Bee, Pset : 85 12% 12 12 .luly 34.IS 34.44 33.95 33.9S 34.03 off 31 I

CG t North. Ry Corp i'r.. .:.::. ':79 3 11'1:' 3 117.'" 35 11"'i u We.t: rj:Tel Sg.::::::: : 26 201: 25'19%:. 26 20 I Ir..boa.d O ct. 31.30 31.47 31.01 31.20 off 16 zi P\//f;

Common Stock Mob A Oblo! .. 39 U 11 11" w..tinl.. Air Br .. .. 24 34' 33% 33'IIIC NEW ORLEANS"' AP) Spot cotton closed.
G al' 0tJ .. .. ...... 1:1: 70 68 68', s .Unl F.\f'C .. ..... 60 28 27 273 iteady SI.2S a .bale lower. S..... 3.527.w .
b..bne 81..1.. ... .
SELLING UNDER $20 H I 439 43'4 433 1- middling 31.05. middling 35.30; good ,

HH sye. Big .. ... .. .. 16 7', 6% 67, wily.o.erlsnd;: j ::::: : 227. 22:% 22' 'middling 35(0. Receipts. 2."9. stock 124.- _____
Earnings Around IS per IBAT* emmtsk.. 1IIIa .. . 21 404 40 40 I 5* 54 51.
H ou.toa (30 . 22 2534 2414 27'S ,I,na" ('o . .. ... 17 14'% 1. 14'.

Paying liberal dividends with substantial 51 5dm. Motor : : :: :: .0 19 183 193 MorthIng' hp[A FWJ 38 .::: 1: ;r. 561.4514, 563 454, NEW ORLEANS IAPI A..r.. .... cries .t M'/CWJT BUDGE FOR OUR SCIENTIFIC
middling 25 ICtha-inch cottw at 10 Southern H
year-end! already .1.6
1IID"I. c..atral . . 2 2.a" MINDtT> READERSn A
\. 2.a. .Y30 spot markets. yesterday was S1-2S a ROOTED T'TH
declared. :
Iroa . . . 14", U' 13'" \'UD..t 811 A T .. ''fOlia 7z: 72'D'.rl.t. :bale tower at 35.4S cents s pound: averaqefor SPOT.T TECHNICAL EXPLANAOF

Company. established 1899. produces 1 D' H..t..r . . . II II Iii' M.. f7..n", ?. ..Z I the past 30 market days 34.75. Middling THIS
over 75% U. S. Fine Grey ..Dt .rk ( ... 53 26" : 2"" J 6 5% 6 .
. : : : : : : : : final total 7mch average 3365 cents a RARE PHENOMENON
Goods-practically: always in de .., P...' U 53" SI 51' 4.PProiimste .Iprd.y. 1.290. ,pound.I .
mand. -- IS GIVEM W THE.
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Very strong financial L OWEN -Ic :: 6u01i8 TORSION EXCHANGE- - CHICAGO PRODUCE NEXT RAMEL.
posiuomC OST ., "aTI .lb. NEW YORK tAP) Closl !I CHICAGO (AP' Butter firm recent
no Bonds or Bank Loans. foreign nFI".nc. 7I
h.n.. ral.. 10110.. 10reat Brlt.lD In dGII.n. 233 482 prices unchanged to three ceo :::I
Ask for detailed analysis .. otb"ra I.. ..nt.. C.n.d..n doll.r ID- ;a pound higher: 93 so ore A*. 88. 92 A 87. <
N... Torlt OpeD marketi2per. 90 B 83. 89 C 74 rsrs 90 B 83 89 C 74
.- cent dlaount i Eggs steady; receipts 13.300. prices unchanged -
or 8800 U. S. :
L oas D.ot.4t .ata. liP 1. of : .

ALLEN & Co.INVESTMENTS F loor. Etweator. c..n' Europe. France: Great tFr.a Britain 1 .14 14 ol 03'a..cent UD'h.ne..d. .I. '.

AleCondtiond. ,tr 00'.: Sweden. KroD.1 27.85. unch.n.-: Ohio has about 500 miles of

ef S'ttzerlond .Fr.Dcl Icoml' 23 40. UDb.naed :gable[ rivers.. 9.000 miles of
511 Metralf Bide. TeL 2-2772 1 11.51 NATIONAL BANK : nc' .: Aruntlna freo. ,
2 ai O, UD- ways and over 16.000 miles of naV-1
11,1 11011 Imneam, C.etor.t1 ::I"dun Mexico d:20 62. unchanged. :' ]highways.

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Cont. From Preceding Pace 19. Services Offered 19. Services Offered -

-- 33. Articles for Sale 33 Articles for Sale 33.
19. Services ?LVMBING SERVICEWest Crotral WASHING : .v.-; s -- --' -- ArlCt (flrtanOo Srrnttnrl

_ Offered Plumbl. Heating Co. 15 N mal. DIXON'S GRAPHITE Pigmented GARBAGE CANS. 10 and 20 gals POWER UNIT s 3,
Br..a. 22236. Night 7538 A primers and paints arc ob proven Scrub nbs water buckets I and \.l IrC B 4' PA.GL 15
_ _ CONCRETE lOOfS B.ron' 1..6 s, St.- -j H A
SERVICFors coatings for wood or metal S-gal; oil
Winter idustrla cans Wyckoff Hdw 2524 .
dr1..an. The PAINTING-House an art: They I C. t S
.tP. ..Iks .mtnl I h.v met the tests Kuhi

.nllneern. workmanship conserve your Improv.your WASH( i of time for almost a ..ntu. in all 1 POWER LAWN MOWERS Powered ,, 33:__ Article for Sale
sad mateiaL Frr estimates For I home Paint safe Stanl.. Curtis: I of the world these GAS RANGE-Magic Chef Porcelain j by famous
part W. engines
- CODrte work of aU kinds call 6780 I 852O for estImates.PAINTINGPaperhanging.. Barton i: palt. in Silica Aluminum and Red Excellent condition $75. 1403 No' Whirl type $99 M..tac electric t"I(89 aO-plus WATER HEATERS W

or 9530 Buchanan Concrete Co. I Lead Bumby 7.__ I' S. received acsev h pmr -
By expert Winter_ Hardware 102 W. bl.phon-8 .. 405 Mblic
i II feight i z .
I P top rla, .
I I ned wa' h'
- CONCRETE WORK enced men Best references. Call W ELL Church _ _ CUB-N..shipment Just re- 868. t er
Plain and col
4626 E. Price Sons. RdII 6 and 8 Irons. also ; urn ht heaters up to
colored L I I smaller DOORS sash cabinets store fixtures .Ivld. 8ts ,
ore for. B.utiul f.- sets I PIANOS For your Mason Bvmhy Hardware 1O2 W t I
outdoor PIANO SERVICING-Ph 381-H to H ''an 3". Can all types of woodwork Or : .oots. Utility Irons and and 'aeun I
i Visiner
.I putters 102 W. H.m. WAGING MACHINE \! '
placepesgsUs.. stepping T Kitson skilled piano technicianto j on lanthcVocidcraft Industries 1500 W. Had..n. -
Nub .10nes, tune or FH. Wa< ton Church S _ _ i Winter 0. Ktanico & Sails t crIer 105 gal butane -
I Evans Winter P.rl service your piano OfI hl I I if desired Josepn Bauej . I Ii tI
Tem lii'tcrwrtrf -
I 787 Antonette Ave. Winter H L NTLN O pair of sprrose-d gWirchrsier S
WELL DR SUPPLEFre. i N. Magaoua Phone 2UMO
- CONCRETE walks floors WORK. septic=Dr..y..tP. PAINT ETMTEolorsun.s I to drill 0 D A2JW' OI Item". purchased" Hunting huntingsupply I' RUGS-Sill oriental; 1015 reversi c0 "Sstboard dfe lever mole1s P

Southern tlons R.U.ble r"ommer size up to DEEP WEAl I Ole 9x17 broad lelt Wilton. e '\ 05 4911NOINE
b St.t.s Floor Co. J.kets vests vests J
6001 At Gliddens sh.1
I d.d. Nothing ".ts
A 2-2206 for .stat.s. etc 323EKing_ WRI;;T .5 i isot
Belamy Pumps of all Had.ar.
PAINTING and decorating Work .IZs. tyP. Plumt ,
W. Church St 2 '-
RANGES-Electric. s ii
5 popalar trademarks ISO. > -
_ _ _ CONCRETE pour and FR concrt..tc. We form .uarnt.d.- H- E Clogston I sn.. Orlando.piy. Route work .uar.nt.ed areas ad 36 months. to. A I from $189.95 t*339.95 Gas $100 ",.- Ph 2-l=.

for LIBBY & FREEMAN 711 WestChurch city and bottle .. broiler
driveways walks
and For h WATCf- (995 ,
st.p. prc. ROFIG REPAIRS or new work FOR Street Telephone 9869DI HEATERS. look-in oven door a 5
call 2- Wleos. from S._
.stat.. 2S6 I: obucaton for .stmat. Work m.tin i\ Service and Sales Since 193. lh hott- Seemed 1'

_ CI"i guaranteed. years pay. and Gas-Both city and bottle Many Most for Your Money 61 MacK SStnp
nanco. A. I. , '
CNC BUILDING-New homes I shingles to .. Fh 8510. Smith I LAND EVERY DAYGIFTSHOPPING =HES models, sizes and designs. : Robinson Ate ,'hSt i'
building; any kind Son. Winter Garden Road at 32-piece RU-.8-95 I WATtfor c Cor- S
CLEAN Electric-A complete line Priced j ROLLER SKATES Ball -
2.T'1 53-piece sets. $16. bearing rustresisting
P.Fallard 133 E Concord; 2- limits. j PIck-uP ; ;' 10 W. Church St. from $6 9S and Ip. I i finish S Knox Stores .c :le Fa ' f -

CARY REPAIRS-Prompt serv'' RADIO and appliance repair master Rug _ Buy your heating equipment while Co.25E._ Pine 2-3163. Mach n- WR-- 6'WASHI'.G
too small 2-1239 after : service .ma Ave phone : HELPGIFT DIESE ENGiNESHallt Generator I YOU have a fall line to choose from ,

4. an day St. and Sunday I I I pick-up Worl .u.r.nt. city Free A-IPALN Sts. pumpl. unls. South.astSt.el WZJEad. WILCOX INC Service I ROOF for CATUiGPot. .row root ,, :HL fL K' me.Wit. .
.Ithi Sales Ph I' ..ter. a I
: 10 Am.Ua. ssinre 1918. The most 5 .
CARPENTER work and general r. Caldwell Harvey Ph. . S .-1442. can. Al Giidden 'c- 2-3911

R pairing A Moormann.Inquire at 514 27th i I I REFRIGERATION SERVICE Com- Amelia anterd AHS"'P DRAIN TILE-24, 15 12 10 and SID:; I I your money-Always. I I I II FlNOKmba. cO seen at : WAst4.tiACHISES1

mercial and household repairsGood rstB E1Z ,7 s 3 1. lengths Less than .z price. I ephone
DRAGLINE and clam-shell i I work charges reasonable rergnsoo : l9 for mforma ion. .5c.t cc StraItS-c
s.rl.s Four Palms Tourist Homes. 6010
; the new model, 3155 acid S '. r Company earse t. '
FlU sand and clay for ..1. Refrigeration Ph. 9752 E HEATERs
.ro SerVc. Chcney
Corp 3468 Orlando. Fla.. I it for drom 'Highway. i with pilot light REFRIGERTORtNoru.. L 6.:nne Phone 2-O'-
BZ Ph RpAR- We r.pal you DRESS Hoff Manikin. I Will heat 9.20O cubic ft of
3-1141 2 Gardner nIHER- : spaceKelvinator .. l .D WATCHES Unredeemed> S
I I THE SPATTER Cheap 39 W. Colonial dept.. Bumby 424 5._Central Ave
Clt. CI..n.r. Had.ae. j Pre Xmas '
sale ail
phone j dra
FURNITURE ECiFNIH. Upholstered O.nsb. 137 W. Church St. Phone Dn 102 W. Church. : RADIOS
I o music of
2611 X eb : domed to make room for '

Washington St. Dial 2-1168. RADIO ji ( DINING ROOM SXITE-9 piece like HUNTING JACKET Brown suede. I toy band with o SymJol All guaranteed Hrman stice I. C.,
REPAIIGI yours looking new Simmons studio couch: medium I Abercrombie & Fitch large Orchestra It 5 like .rlc 27 W Church St

A FlRSITR REfTMSHED color.: Pick I n.t I radio f d"p.ndabl.. try Brit.and All economical makes- CITRLS and Things to Eat 11.3.{ Articles for--sale- upright-piano Ph 2-0974. 'I perfect condition $25 bols. 1 west sire that tone of fth. commonplace out-of-the-ordinary. new win I

radios and phonon Free )u cy ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR-G. E ': ern 1 Enll.h. sire 5. $ .. maid improved .

Ph.deliver tomorrow.. Ste.ar I Qayle estimates and delivery. Call"tRotty" pick your ora aes r:cht from the BLANKETS-Part sod aborted colors 2-door for store. about 1 cu ftMay I ..z 38. reasonable. 1303 WeStoAu radio LsteDand WAREHOUSE BALK New i251'J

2193.FR .t Brtt "On.rl s"nic.Electric" Tampa Ave paruan 0 ship Allen double bed size per paIr. S3 9->. be seen between 4 8pm.. Weber Are tee J you'l. cox W"S'lhou. since ,I damaged furniture $51 'art'

SANDING and nflibc.I I Store. 356 Ornse Phone dial 2-4074. Und.rhll Ph 7684 Card tab es. Samson or Ermet assorted 623 Woodward Ave HOME FREEZERS-Krieuiator. now 1936 61 E. Robinson 6a rlatfcrm rocker S2950. x aI S t

estimates R. R Briton. 8942. FRUI 5395. Powell Furni ELECTRIC STOVE-Used. and coole available at Bumby Hardware Krl- isis dresser, $29 SO (59 50 ra :' all
Pennsylvania Ave : 3344.FLRNINGFnlsbln. RUGS UPHOLSTERY ':I LOY for 28 years in Or- 1 altown i ator ice box Very reasonable 21'Oglesby vinator .- 102 W. Church RADIO-Phllco. for car A-I. $40 I II and ottoman. $39 50; $29 I" I' Sac I

.. Sos- cA'E. today and shipping fines Ave Winter Park. Ph 862 R. I type.lt.r. UndenO ad. occasional chairs $15 $24 ; isS
Expert workmanship to anv of United BEDROOM SUITES-4'piece vanity HOHNE HARMONICAS-. $ con. HIl rockers CIS K9y porn t
p.r R.
doe rieore Modern 20yes. Guaranteed mothproofing service Ph. I KING Can ada See Leon for rh.S. and bench In silver gray :I, ELECTRIC STOVE-Norge. $125 Oil : Standby American Ace RUG-- Magnificent crown Kerman9x12 So 95 $12 oO unfinished nr -
"QulpmentWork 2-299O. Kleenize' Co. of Orlando : ripened lor SO finishes Powell Furni- heater 3- $2a Portable i I II Echo and Chromatic Herman $7 9SoS,
guaranteed. Licensed.. Prompt p.rflcton. ; sLan. ivory new half value 1299 50 100 Ib tee r' ii
_ _ _ C. R.Burke. 7851. SEPICTArKad grease traps 1- I ready A\.nut. phon. i 'ure Co Colonialtown- | paint sprayer 0 125. lbs $140 I 27 W. ChurchSt_ _ Formosa Ave Winter Park. :! $49 90 $49 50 Sa-Ib ice
"t. 30SW. Par Ave Ph 2 3654
repaired W. to take BEDS-TWIcPt of drawers desk I I HIGH CHAIR- sturdy: I $39 50. Many other bare "5
ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES Repaired McGowan. 1326 17th St. Ph 2-4519 livery in & : lor Hem I rugs prable elec EE'IC-REFRIGERATOR-About doll Llt"o. : REFRIGERATOR f.ret condition da Furniture Co., CIS W L:. hI
calrl. used
H.at.rs. lamp. toat.rs. .tc. Johnson SEPTIC Also nice trim saw 143 Wisteria p Ft opens on top as drink I e. Palma Trailer only 2 I
EI.ctrc .. Chuch. Phone cleaned TANK-INSTALD- busnel for -For rent. ''D-7 $10 bo, lower food compartment Good Park !' 2-2536. |

S186. _ _ _ _ _ in business Altermatt Call 6730 y".r el I orgra or .the Job. B.'T16foPtyP.. SemlVbt- running condition 8115. County 1911- : I ROASTERSn trays pie and '
or STOVE Pra
navy : 'e
_ _ _ HOME SERVICE tangerines C. lahoaDY "th II Harmaton. ; fruit juicers -
General np.lr 7571 for srlce. p.ples. inboard four horsepower Wisconsin H-I. I! band Lwellvn 75c to 51 95. Herman | Wyckoff uk. . .t.r. Light fix ares. electric ,'
New construction Windows screens SEPTIC Grease traps 1401 W. : New J4 -Jarco Corp : engine with under.at.1 exhaust ELECTRIC SAW-Portable. 8-ln and |I s Loan 27 W Church St. j] 5 Hdw Kul_ i-ocka11: haker 2O N. Br's '

and calking service Licensed and stalled TANK pumped hauled In: ORANGES- Orlando Fla Ph 3-1141 I Does not 1..1 8 Tom j 9-m W.pat in metal carrying INLAID andinftaI RANGE-Monarch's. deluxe rlertnc i

A bonded Do.s..l. Phone 3.191. drain fields relayed Sanitary SepticTank Bring O"D Wright at Wllht's Camp ca. Wiard &Kelr.'Oue Th.ate UOLU-We-.upp) and : pop roa'ting; 3 for immediate deli- I j

- HOUSE WASHED Screens- Co Ph. 2-3413. P.O. Box 1811 Fern Creek R : also at Montverde on Lake Apopka Excel Colonlalo.: i floors Call Avdovan, 2501 Edgewater .r. ture$359. Clarence E Thompson I
ADE ; Winter
do.s. Look like paint lobs ORANGES tbuy at $425 ELECTRIC t 2-1215 GarCn. FOB IMMEDIATE DaXIVERYBaltt.m -
.! SEwDOAnd alterations Phone RECR-ER Prt.bl. D. Phon. _ _
Free estimates: work gusranteed.Call to party at 1709 tanurn.s. ., 2521 Kuhl 2-2821. BAT-ilcraf=fCrlr.. and some ..ords. O. Gil. tROttING hardwood RCG-h9-blue taroadloom pre-war i
_Autrey. 6326BOUSES Kuhl Avenue.rl. container D Us a d.monstr- with white oOS. size 6. Men top BOARDSLara legs and I II ,, .o condition $20 (14 Park Lake :, tab*. aed leg tu s commodes

-WASHED Windows ORANGES- New Amercl tor Will sell at lbra discount 115 nearly new size 10 S Call 2. I .lh a6 50. AL'n pads a-id novers. I new awl used o:a: ""ardi

general repairs .stlmat.ceanP. SErC-TANKS .Cleaned: Modern 75; pick .edeer. ral. h P. Chrysler Diamond T.I ,,724 j I Knox brc.s Stores Co 25 E. Pine: Phone 2- ,, -PHOSORAP-cblatloD- i} sinks, chlaa sad cast iron a:ad ides,
Any house In Orange .ulpm.nt. R.- C.ark 1805 S. Bumb. '51. Sales a Services Co. 103 S Orange Four-egg sire I 316TI ,: washing machines' apart ire i: and

sm.l Ph. 9146 Count.. .on.bl.. Box Burke 231 Sp.ag Disposal ORANGES I NDE'-E and polish I >som Trail I -r.CE 102 West ChurchStreet I: -. u - i with each radio .ombI1.flo : standard size curves cab:n. : iluks.
.sed. :
I 2-78. REFRIGERATOR metal at Walter All complete line of fitticir
Paint J ;
-Pa.k" Sto. I BICYCE-llsblon tll bicycl" _ _ _ i refimshed 100 Ib $ 0.au. C Wilcox nlc. a .
HOUSE WASHED by Ste.m-Lux I Ipro. TREE SURGERY-Al kinds P.lm Sales since 1936 61 American 'hunting Soppl *nc Appliance '
Stay clean longer than by I Ian trmmld r.movd. Dangerous m.nt nrth 2.378 I 2 lCh & 61 Cocor. :I ELECTRIC REY'RIGERATOR-Maple :, HIggins b.cyc.. $25 L.ur. Ho&.r I I Co. 234 W WaS.ilulgtofl
Very I tr.e. our ", tree removed use onl our BEDS Wheel c.1 I drop-leaf table eaoychssra. oil cir ; Trader Rid RUGS-Genuine BI.tl. imported Fboae 3-2341
Estimates meto. Bouse re."n.bl. : cheap Lots)cleared Licensed been Service. 12 Caro I BATH TUBS-New. Zenith ra- calattng heater other Items The Orientals Snot pa'-
fr. 5t..m Wah. bonded J. with many 2-18. nl.bt96l7. I|I die. $ Rogers 19.9 Indiana :I Opportunity Shop. Next Maitland KITCHEN UTENSI- I . Fur-
trig Co. Phone 2-3625. _ _ F Newton 116 Irvin.Phone and 3. : ',, t .tlpl and plastic I : r.x'

hEATER CLEANING furnaces 2-1147. RE AL- Special CIRCULATING OI HT.Pa.11 Post-office _____________ I handle.r. ptrasnenl. sp..her. p.n..ke -
H.atr. ,
-F thoroughly .. cl.aned. TREETrlmm.d. d.mos"d. remov Tanurln.. qu.rteb Check i ".. lew us I unnens. beaters. p51510 mashers, etc. S500TGUN-ltemingtoo 12 gauge awtomatic IDEAL CHRISTMAS gift*. 1? aisir'S
repaired for Winter Ph. 5665. .. B. H.ulhtoO Ma. Prices Stuart 1 S. Main St. I I chine I Srs.: on ne.or us mow ELECTRIC RlOEW.Un"hou. Bumbv Hardware.102 W. Church I I 2 barrels 11 excellent con platinum dinner ring :a--i .1

ROUSE cleaning 525 V S Summ.rlln. Ph lo m.hla. 819 loins 5t :I Here Is the tPI LAWN SPRINKLING Easy : dilon. Picnic tables: kerosene aide tally, Experienced apprai,t
WASHING-Window Ito
PECANS- -All makes also add. lor strung speed and safety it I 1 : i water heater 601O Cheney 1-
CA\OE Canvas tossing Kalamazoo by appointment only write 557
TREES payments Surveys
Work guaranteed. Ard. Ph. -Tlmmed.- iak.n i d..im Highway
Four Palms .
2.172. I to .ny' Tourist Home
do.n adds beauty and efficiency
a ;: removed C. Halves-S by week or month used only .times Wife afraid of .\hout obligations Fla andSupplyjCo ::, S-Star _ _ _
HOLIES WASHED Windows pb 8525.TRACTOR. In.urE. a $11 oO Exchange Smith I It 2OO E Par Ave.CAMERASpeedgrsphic.. ', kitchen In cleanliness it equals elec. 630 W. Church: Ph. 611 RADIO- Automobile )ot.CI. 4 PIECE willow sun-room s '
cleaned: general repairs estimates Company. 220 S Main St. 8850 I trie lights I better cooking resul:sit Gus Moremen, 39 .
I :
SERVICE New ground 4x5 4 e1t wins for yon every 'i LADDERS-Extension ad'step Prun- 7557.SHEE. 0 D.P. tire. $250. Ph 5460.
PI one 9146 Wil ams I ; comtllent. I
plowed Lots leveled discing Phone TURK YS- : -Pant sprayers: skil film hold"r. GB .xpu time In Conveoleore.Everything 'I: All" aawa: lawn and tools, MOVIES for the home, New oat ails,
OFFICE MACHINES REPAIRE 22-7283 or 22926.UpHOLTRINGEJr. ready t : power Io.e. 1st $ 1308 Yal. I is at-your fingertips In I I this and more at Mills and adventure travel, com: K 'wsteads

Our service lua.nt.d. Chek work Rea latenRd . concrete 1"1 I CHINA-LlmO.s: chromium economy and dependability it is Nebraska ROCK-Ph. 2-10u Camera Shop lf.'f) N Orange -
George Stu.rt. St. phone Youne en '
81o8 M.1 UpholsterIng TREE: To el..trk roast.r. Nrsro lovely Ilr- kitchen pr.vr Price 11995. Walter MIXE-n. 1941 Blakeslee 30 I I call 2-1515.

2303 Washington: Ph .ro\". ror Reao table 1104 Dauphin St J T ire S.I. since np. Two four fun 200 FEET' good 8" use' e. 4 '
PLUMBING Gas Fitting Bill King Shop E 61 E Robinson SHEET ROCK. lengths. S ... n.:
2.312 osv BIn ks Ren.itral.r--. CAMERA-Super Ikonta B: Tessar :i 1936. gas fired Blodeett ovens t oo Otherequipment I 6395. a per ft : cross cut saws ,: iii

guaranteed rpair. Phone 5O59 UPHOLSTERING Expertly done TREE sizes ..r" purpose I 28 lens: case filters sunshade: exceilent aln very reasonable A t i each, 1.500 gal per hr wa'* p-mp.
Residence 1729 Grand courteous service Fair- ELECTRIC HEATING PAD-Automatic good buy Writ P. O Box 2354 I I I
I same high quality workmanship as I ship $2 75 Service condition: 671 N Orange. I (40 dry slabwood (10 t-t oad.

PIANO TUNING and repairing duality our furniture refinishing Estimates Roy S. : Park F.lrbanks 979 and Apt 6. 6-8 pm._ _ _ Nite-Lite switch dial desired Davtona Bearh FlaMOTOR ._ _ _ _ SEWING MACHINE Singer portable Miller 4000 West 33rd StALl

workmanship at reasonableprices gladly given in your home Call W. CHRISTMAS CHEVROLET HELPER $12 heat ta dark 30 posllv. heats. wilcox Extra -- BIKE_Whizzer. excellent I pr.c1cll n. 311 Anderson. Apt I ,. COLORS hi Daco; also XV.uxe

Fully guaranteed CaU 5300.Associated T Jenkins Jenkins Furniture Ex shipped YOURSL'--fi nt I 2O lbs umber lead SPRL'C.. removable J 193S condition Phone 3-2803. Can b I I Super white now as'aat c In

Store for immediate service rhange229Boone. 2-3795._ _ AH assorted .little. "Smylh Lumber I north 'nfh .an on Mayfr blk 6nlc. and Your Sates Money Since Always seen at 224 Emory Ave SAW 5 hp_ DeWalt 3-pfaase quarts and gallon Bamby Ha aware
tractively "T. M"t BOXES Large and small Parks planer 3 phase. 3x12 3 h p. i i02 w ChoreS St
PLASTER PATCHING Also Stucco Our factory ru-
and Ralroa CHills I M4S GAME RobinsonELECTRIC :AI
__ _.
Call Gober Telephone Bumby SE"ti. fi route Fumby 102 3-Jh.se. bench saw: one 17 drill '
repairs can repair any pone badminton Hard..re. NOW AVAILABLE tn qu.r'c sri salE -
S948 a make of blinds or repaint to look Ilk" FANC-fs, \rtlcts for SaI > checkers etc Bumby cru.t C f-ORTRSW.stn"- West Church Street I press t 12 i5l10 or 220 radial I Ions All colors in Daco a t

PAINTING-Inside or out.-Our-complete new Orlando Venetian. Blind Mlf: I: W Chir h Han.a. ..,house tomaticallv controlled.a warmth MOTOR BIKB-Whizzer. Perfect eon saw Phone {I White Bumby Hardwa '2. W

service Includes plaster patching CO 1739Kuhl] A V BOW ,1'ped I CANOPIES -- Roll cur i I CLOCK- St.t Navy deck thout weiiht Just plug the new eltnn. Almost ne. Can b seen at SHOTGUN-NI' 410 gases repeater Church Bt _ _ _

floor and furniture relnl.hlnl VENETAN-BUNDMad. like new St".5. In b blinds made to or I clock Bra.. Toma Large Westinghouse electric comforter Into 103 stetson j Winter Oen.r.1 I cabinet radio P BARGAIN-CltruS! parkin tIcs, 0cry. -

and minor .tucur.1 npalr. St..r Cal! '0 up .. Colonial Awning !I 1: .Iz 1403 W :ny AC .Iectn. outlet, set the auto MOTOR model 52 Pal 842M I ISTEP. Washing grading amIng 2 .1'

at Gayle .. I bonded Adams Ph. 9558-919 W Central) Bod,lies r' Ave. Pbone2-4612. 8t.tsn.R1TMA watchman control and sleep! 3 STER194. Take ANsItheD High quality mach ne Call WO c W .,uler --

tors. Ph 21493.A444.4A. Orlando. Fla Ph 2-1461 MODELS- omple stock I UGHTs assort. 'Ik..ati a baby through the coldest up payments 2SO1 N Orange white enamel Park fill-J

t. -t. -4-*--4-- #-." t- -.-- -*--*- HQ, Wilson Leonard Hardware 316 S !. Walter J Wilox. Seni. NU-BOWL and cracket sets Ideal 2S E Insert Pine$4 95.on31 Knox Stores Co.. BARGAIN-Used Lionel oat is
: -f-a :t & .: '. racinara rs. Oranee Blossom Trail and Sales Since 19311 "T.Most for Bumby Hardware _ .___ I i supplies, marten ginev. s S 0fumnitucc.
. 4 .
- ..s 214- N Orange 6668 'Telechroir' Your Money AI. RobInsnECICBLANKESWlth 102 W Church St SOFA BES-lmmon. Ware and anti n'her lyre' V 5
: CLKS. ELECTRIC. ot of covers and sell Galrwav EscOs-.' x3
exclu h.r.
= rue pad old i nl" .
Brass.8a2 I Elec'r c sod "We tclox OVENS for ola'ovStokInrluda $59 5O and up. Furniture Co., 0 Stir Winter Far,
control range
..nd.l.bra. AU sty I... Johnson Electric Co.. slve Slum.r one and Po.el
scarfs fine linens old E Church Phone 5186.CRITASTOysW.lons.. 2 WIlox. Service and S.Ii- 'ard.a. 102. W. tP.. Bumb.; Colonialtown. ____ __ 3 GAS HEATERS Call es cc .nt 525
J Gil FT SPstTT small tables 215 Cot I SInce 1936 Most for You STOVEKerOn. table top 2 and i I Hibiscus Ct. or Ph. 26522a1
west of city I Money Always 61 E Robinson : single and double

__ buggies ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS New of Monogram oi .Ir.ul.tlnl I Ihe.t.r burner. Wyckoff Hdw, "524 Knhl | Articlesant d
BRANONEw etc Fair Store 10 W Church just .rrl..d
: - and used Gus Madd.n's, 908 Kuhl they lust Bumby 10 SCORED
BOARD for bathrooms
CAN Had..r. i
: W'I
dungarees. ratncoa OPENE nuln"DalY.$ Are : 7726ELCTU
Church '
CHRISTMAS SHOPPING MADE EASY : mountain tents. jun .aU 49 and UP. Knox ral and kitchen: medicine CHILD PLAYHOUSE ..235FURRYEURE.

": tarpaulins Hundreds Store fo 2-1 E Pine Phone 2-3163 TAINS- meri nFir OUTBOARD MOTORS On handEvinrude I I cabinets inwall ironing boards Try
model Mill and Nebraska

Solve the question on "What to give whom" by readig 'I ems Church. Morgan Salvage COOKING stainless UTENSILS.FuU'In.. of opposite Southland Post Hobby.Office Shop. 217 N. Stain- : Sporttman Z.t: 'ct Light Craft Four, Inc and. :I Ii SCREEN WIRE-Bronze and_alumi-
fr.m- Phone 2 24SS. !
hum All widths

ad listed below. This handy GIFT SPOTTER will appear I I pan.v e double r .d bol.r.pan.2. 3.Reanxonably and 4uatco i ELECTRIC-STOVE-ApatmPf type. I:i: OVERCOATSI.n's. suit: crutches Mills and Nebraska Screen door grills. . U9 P11 13558Slather's.

priced Btsmby Hardware 102 W. I with cabinet! P..tt.ly $100 i I auto chairs boxsprings SCREEN WIRE Bronze galvanized
and offer ever-changing assortment of .
day 2017 SDadeSt
you |
a Church bird boys' train
a ranges from $18975 up ; easel : wood and brass 24 to 40 Inch widths
I Gift Th414'L Space DCIS TRAINa--American iy;, sod oil be.t.r: a"Qu.rum lights. Ph. Poultry and hog wire 222 W Central .
Suggestions ,
d.lvr. bates CAME -We-bU trade and complete with .. 7516. Hardware FURNITURE-Used stoves V. ,-
& spinner .15.0
.aa.rs .PI all cameras Also a sewing machines Call 5c' t i
gal .ato het.r cl. ful of supplies and photo ries Use our ].y..y pl.n H.I..s. I OUTIIOARDMOTOR-16 h I SEWING MACHINES Factory rebuilt - sell We ray top pnr wThurmond ,

: .1tllc h..ter. Ihln. Camera Dept .t City fn I !14 N Oranze Ave_ __ __ ._ | son '47 modeL Only 10 blt See :I guaranteed like Dew: portable Furniture Co. 7_ x *- aeBt
I : rdIos al sizes: 20 I l .. Co Orange and Church ELECTRIC IRONS Automst. control Bownes Station Ocoee. and console Al Wiggins: 6247 I Dial 4070ORANGES

EiAMMERMASIS; l s"s- s" : ..t.r h.ter: water CABINETS novelties-bokcases-aJ I I Unlve..1 Protor. S.m.O. TENT-14x2B; with 5 ft sMeaaD grapefruit and 'jtgoooi-.a,
: coffee mak Bomb 102 W. ChurchELECTRIC '
!_ d. _ I
: steel sink and types woodworking I OUTBOARD MOTORSohnsn. Reconditioned New Price $100 432 South Hugney I Highest market prices paid U K

Itail.ss I Robison Conway_Rd.a_, _Bumby !i I, Now available WASHING Several MACHINE makes, I II ,, 1.1. ne. T.o H-P St :_dial982THERMO_ p j Bronsop 3-1226. _
and two 9 8 H Orlando OutboardMirme2709
APPLIANCE CO. 210 CHRISTMASTOYB-1J5e our LaT AWay I ; ? JUCS-Pint thermos bat OFFICE MACHINES and fu ire
; _. .,_ vmator Dent Bumby Hardaare. N. Ave I ,
'h c. siilorable Avenue Phone 4537 plan now for gifts Or.n" lies Bnmby Hardware 102 W Get our prices. Check S:'.. ge
3 C.mher a wave chair ldeai, gUt for Dad. Pur- RtCOPD <_ I Good line of Chr'ma. etc \ Church.ELECTRIC. PIANO:uprl.hl. walnut finish PriceIs Church Street _ _ _ i Stuart, 13 B Main St Ph >,

for Christmas Make appointment I ..1... 301 W. Church 5tI _ bined All H. H. Parrish trl.yc.. ..220.on.S Or : TRAIN-510 Conway Road !I II $: rash 912 Kuhl Ave: phone TUXEDO-Size 40 or 42 Short OLD GOLD-We pay hlghe pz..ca
Call Street
now at 20 East Pine : --
OUTBOARD Chr"ma acre Ph_ 7_tail I I I Phone 20444.FVR7sIThI9E3piece. 509-
5-h P. .
dial 6462. :I MOTORuB.. '7995 CTAGE _ _ _ tout Like new Telephone 3-3351 for diamond old goldra her,
I $129.50. $ week kn.h.n .ulpm.nt. CIRCLTNG HE, See PLANER-\esrier Compl.t.with l"j for information broken Jewelry, teeth sit erware..
CHEMISE-White and tea rose sizes I, on our budget plan Goodyear 3OO and .lh rdrl.rtor.: Cohrn OI: Co.fRS Weal | New 3-piece living HP motor SI.le Jh.. Excellent Beckman ft Sons. 139 N O ante _

34 to 42. Special price $1 69. Blue N. Orange Ave. system both gas Church Street Cash or termsCOOKING : can Phvfe sofa rond.tlon. Sire lx3',. Winter Park TILE YOUR bath and kitchen In rant-

Swan Brand. The R F. Leedy Co.. PE-KNIVES High qualm Appliances Inc.. 428, UE'SlPos.."pans. 'I cr Winter . 2 2514.
] medium -
Pak large ana /or kpII"s. .nam.l.I -PLCESEsAU PANoUprllht. Good buy at $116 N. Orange Dial 6640 .
SET-A beautiful high I S.50 and up. Knox Stor Visit our unusual shoo. cast alum nnm' and stainless steel I[ for further Information TUXEDO
CANITR Co.. 25 I ; 1 SUIT-Complete: Society
Qualt. design square can- _ Phon.23163PIPES'Kaywoodle" ever changing stork In- Knox Stor Co 25 E Pine Phone 2: .. stocc Also just I brand perfect condition cost $10O, TRIPOD-For 8x7 came-a dark
mo.rn -- ;
niste st. Plr. With red or and "Str Sheldon inspection for the collec 3163 :: ment of gas room h.Bumb.. ., PUMP3-Pitcher. heavy type ton tell for $50.) size 40 short stout Ph room safe light and n t tr Sisik
Hardware W. StFURNITU1E
black knobs Also bread box to matcb.Knox I Herman Loan Office 27 . Jeweller. Ma;ruder CURTAINS-4 pairs. Yellow dotted 102 Church I i iI hard service Also brass cylinder y>2T room equipment_Ph _3_:2 t :4
Stores Co.. 25 Pine Phone West Church Street Al Hit IK USED Beds $2 50:
> 'orce
i I"I swiss ens-cross $12 West I Cohoon Machinery Co. 1 WILL BUY remove or saw yuur
2 3163. boxing : __ $2 50 tables $3 chairs pumP TOASTERS-Electric toas'ers, $2.95
SMOKING AND : ? Shot shells roaster (8 Small radio springs : 138 W St
STArD gun $ _ _ pine trees Call King Build it and
SETTe : and Knox 25
tennis : m.t-I up Stores Co. 5.
I gift that : : 410 22 I 2 I I $1 dressers $10 innerspring =
CARVING Universal: bathroom appr.Cat.d. Purc.l. balls soft gauge rifle tl.l. bspn.ds. cretonne $S 1 5. PIne 23163.TRICYCLETsvutsr. Lumber Company; telephone 7787_,
SES. 301 W. tr. $18 Furnitura Co.. _
_ _ _ scales: pr.sur. cker.: Dazey" imTSAlrm.n"Church feb.rd 27 and W..hors. H.rman'. : 1124 E Am.la. 2-7364 !I 3O6. Chur Whtml. __ _ PIANO upright: A.1: $150; 2.4612. Tot 16". like"new WE PAY $25 for your old dr'olt.ad

can opn.rs. bre.k..t and dinner Shirt Craft CANOES-Old To.n. on hand Correct $15 Ph 2 3675. Singer sewing macb*ie regftr'- ss
.e'a: c..es. .Iectrlc irons Pyre Dress and sport shirts in all sizes -In stock for Craft Inc Pin Castle Telerh iURNITRE Martha Washington : PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENTFoz I II of age or condition f'hto 3.. _41
itt sets. food : chicken fryers Purcells. 301 W. Church St BENDIX delivery Fla Pipe and ne 2246.CARP1 I I sp..n. 2 wicker chairs homes schools I and parks Place TABLE CLOTH-Beautiful Imported ,,
dutch ovens Bumby Hardware TACKLE Whizzer 630 W Chur.h Ph. 6118. uwd carpet s..pr P. 4945 lace 72" X 126. 12 matching napkins pa' r
BOXES; rods ad reels SWEEPER -Cast iron wood Christmas orders now Own displayat oranges. grapefruit and tau.r.,nca
102 W. Church St. I pocket he.dIRhts. ; Gift; FURNITURE SPECIALS-Twin bed I 1183 Benjamin Ave Winter
i kDv. rifles: for Christmas: radio. cabinet Southern M.ta Fabricating Pine Letter White 3-1226_
.t'l. Ph Pack __
: thermos lugs camn h"r } and furntur. Marian 2-1R49 1319 E Muriel! room .u1. drop leaf table racychair Castle Call I
CEDAR CHEST-Large selection In MARKET PRICE paid for ora-'get alt
stoves You Av. I In maple AU I :
will find the
colors sires and price range With at Wilson Leonard right gIf Maanol.__ CEMENT BI.-JfCE-Vibrator de.1 finish desk "n. PIANO-$65. fm for club or rumpus TRUNK-Large wardrobe complete grapefruit on the tree Ca2 A L
and without Insurance policy for Had.a. 316 WATER HEATERS" 1 H mixer Sm.l mahol.n.Jenkins Furniture Terms room Peter Pan Kindergarten Oak with traveling Iron board hat Sims at _4813
Orange __
_ __ mot protetoO purc.l's. 301 W. Tr.iOrrol. CHI'S lf.rl.nd. 10. 15 30 and in class A condition Win sell cheap ,' I d..I. Boone. 2-3795. ridge Plneeastle. ind. shoe box marble top coffee table WE BUY used furniture Ca us beig
I small radio 2 hand
I made wool
I.ath.r.t. or easesa 108 pallets 601OCheney .
POSTS 7 It 3 to fore ..
selling F''t
P Orlando C
I.nt vlu.: top electric 30 and 33 Highway Four Palms Tourist I na' 'li and used. Pay afghans new large lace table cloth;
I .
CEDAR CHEST LANE S N.ton.l.ly Co 905 N. installation Reason Home. cah 25 per cent 3-inch butt: $15 : 4 to S- I large vanltv dresser and beach Misc No 2 store 615 W. Chum: 5d5
advertised "The gift s inch butt $25 Can WinterPark 2-4881
on your purchase Bass Furniture Co.. I 1426 E Jefferson
the home I .p I 598 Llttletree Co.
Orlando Furltur. Co.. U. Vogue Theater : 4i5 Kodak 62o W. Church St Phone 5820.
141 and 615 W Church Str..t. I K.ls.r. CAEs italIc shutter: 3. fuel Oil and Mood
CHILD : 5136 I : dIn" I
: Foc < King FIriiiRu a
HAIR I spo :
: electric waffle
DRYER. Iron. veil brar.d. board Mahogany Shop. 1825 20" on tYPED P'LTRIJITIYRE JUROAIAS FIREWOOD-For sale Ge wIt
four sizes electric C.m.ra POWER UNITS-GM Diesel Chrysler -
percolators electric Irons 14 sets : .can b seen at 801 An- Edgewater Drive ...h. Slaughter FurnIture Co.. 48 i Allis Chalmers and Wisconsin Sewing machine; Studio couch la't. For particulars an n..oa

cookers food mixers: : pr.sur. ALARM CLOCKS-$2 18. wrist watches Furniture Co |II West Central Phone 7696 or 2-142. I Service and partg 1 to ISO HP. 549 SO 3 burner Neico; S burner call 6947 _ _

household scales: fruit liquidizers: $4 68 Herman Loan Office I Milano. 120 bass dou- I CRcTINO-HEATBurns",;.: FRUIT JUICERS Many type* to Farm A Home M.cblnu.Co.. 430 W oil range; sectional bookcase 3 sec FUEL OIL A full tank iPnne >
ct shes. Wilson Leonard 27 West Church St COASTER I : like new $150 box 14o 714 N Mills: 2-2224 Prc choose from. 2Sc to $4 75 Knox RobinsonPUMPS tlons $25; Ice box porcelain lined 8021 Have your a : ,J
Had.ar. Flyer The Stores Co 25 E Phone 2-3163. $19 SO; walnut 9-Piece dining room
A '16 S Orange Blossom ACCORDIONS Frontalini : Pnt A I laraer tank sauces heatmornln.s C: ': I
Tai. -Imported Heavy duty CRNEtrumots.-cllnets: - suite Ilk- new, $190; gtwdent desk
HOSIERY-;'Mnnnngwear. hole 12 and 120 Bass Herman Loan beariigs : SIDING and metal trim: FURNITLRE Reception room. $17 SO: piece living room suite 5tcGrai Fuel 0'S

proof Purcell 301 West Church Office 27 West StROSARIES'Ideal baked Stonewall The Pech Music Church and Main Arc chrome and leather Fla. Bu.n. $19 5O; kelvinator table top gao GROVE WOOD for asic Sic.. (,,,sveCtcmpanr.

S'ret. for-confirmation .Hard.are.an i thousand Nebraska uses Roll roof- CAMERA-Agfa Memo 35 mmf.t- -: 15454.Equip. Co. 390 N. Oranze Ave Phone WEL. WATER SYSTEMS range. 169 50. quality table top gas Dade City. Fr.sWOOD. :

.TH line $12 50 values for $3 SO Herman lens and shutter complete with Compl.te. down payment 36 range $4950. easy chair and ottoman oak and pine. a2 ,' -0 5Reasol

opn"rs.HELpER"D..y"Inle .hapn.r.lult Loan Office 2W Church St CHAIR. : I un- 2-.... double bed carrying case 627 E Robinson. I FLOOR OIl Phone FLRNACE 2-251-for Both estimate gas and of N.months Garland to pay 6332. William Oakley. 69 .W$19 Church 50 Orlando St. Furniture CotlS _ ! !! 5-5 t7

.xtr.clor. I.. .rsh.rs. cells 301 W fINE -New UMC for size ruI BETTER GRADE fuel ol g-i' a ass
Co.. 25 E. compl.t .1
2-"U63.Sru Pin. Phone : doll bed: doll car lol sets: builders I duplex and cottages e onomy and furnishes mCa r I ISi
DOLL new: doll ho. with : and Id.nc. POTTERY Aloma: pyrex: colored 1 now' Slit Orlando Fu, i I
_ PRarrcoOKEa Sons. $ & \ size Tnlto St vent.a. Mil and louvr Nebraska_.as ion I Modern Appl.nc. Inc.. 428 N Or- mixing bowls Wyckoff Hdw.. 2524 VENETIAN BLINDS-The best cost Inc or Wirier Park Fue Cu

pads. Ken wl robe Ph. 2- 's 24 very CIRCULATING-FIREPLACES Several I e. Kuhl _ _ _ _ no more at Adams 919 West Central Winter Park 200
yon Auto Store. 6.4 N. Orange Ave -i. A5-1461 s zes. our door I FLOOR COVERING-Congo-wall Soc PIANOS Mason and Hamlln spinet Avenue Orlando Oar telephone

2-2970_ ELECTRIC _Terrace units to enclose .r. pr.bl and per lineal foot, printed linoleum93c The last ones for Christma delivery number Is 9558 37. fertilizers and Soils
gift for a I m..ol. )IU so yard At GliddensFLR .
SLACK SUITS-A very large selection BLANKETS .Cannon Leans :1 and Nebraska bro.df.lt. Joseph Bailey. 736 N. Magnolia -
: chest of also VENETIAN BLINDS mannfactared at
in S 95. Brit's dra..r COAT-Jap mink seldom worn COLD SMOKE will reduce y-rar pef'* _ _
many attractive p.t.m.. 12 to For double bed Assorted colors. Orns.; price is Can be Size Will 1290 1739 Kuhl Ave 6ee 85 about Beat- and improve Crowing cond: In

44 sizes_Purcell I 301 Church- St Purcell. 301 W Church St._ LIONEL PineBlnff_ 31st St. 1-14. .acrtc. POWER UNI ConUn.nt.l en- Alum basswood or cedar blinds Factory your soil If used In your zar i at

SWEATERS-Latest styles and pat BEDSPREADS-"Bates". Double and ma ticswi -$1 75 and 12.95. ,In. Indus price or Installed Call 8QS9 Orlando plantIng time Send for ful"Ia..
terns all coors Button slip over single sizes. Assorted colors and many Co 25 Pine Phone DIA fON JEWEL'AUCTION Sale I FRUI SHIPPING' BASKETS-New la.t.n.toD Florida Pipe A Venetian Blind Mfg Oo. lion on planting roses ar weet
... E ] and bushel Amco Supply 630 W. Church Street
Also Angoras. buhe 2 F..d Co
"Yip Purcell 301 patterns Purcell 301 W. Church lent : 4.30 I peas 5M Bronkhaven JJr h 4
S condiion. :i\ .2 t 300 West Robinson. Phone
W Church Dial 6118.
S p m. :30 ta 10:3- '
pb. AG .
-ln. I
SIMMONS ELECTRONIC BI.nbt. no limit SEATS- $20. mont- 13. I PUP. WATR5YSTMS-9p. VENETIAN BLINDS- Dried in large or small i ,ar ''t
Copl.t. stock now they last Also sets of lights Good duty I The entire balance of this tr.m.nos FISHING SUPPLESara supply of Write or phone Mert An' Bel.-
1"'pria': e d.lv.r Purcell 301 W. assortment of toys Plenty air riTe $9 95. line of Century stock must .sold tOay. tbt I, Tr-T.mpr. Sh.knpea. and Hed- I Robinson Ave Phones 8712 and 9609 Any size, Three day delivery Made nel-Star
: shot I boats hi stork Orlando the last day of this Tru-Temper and Pays .
> Al fl.tI
-- no limit Wright Rd. & Orange Ave Ii I ISNTA < 2709 N Orange Pfeffer Bumby I t .I. df0LES. FILL and good rich top p-I 2ur fi
1802 Drive __
-- --- H.rd..r. __
Sporting Goods 127 E. Gore: 8035. .Im PIPEfor grove and ____
4 >
i ; =Whitney baskeT i Ton win find such Items as diamondsIn W. Church St. Pipe Supply te.Une.Florid. .. Phone 2-0453. i.' measure and quick del :tt

CWCKSTptechrniand 0 E.-rhlme b.ttbaU : linen. electric bottle various sires gentlemen gold I FISHING W. Church 5t & 2-4O53 ____
and TACK He.dQu.r.r I ___
mantle _ _
$18 50 61
to S4O Bntt trt.cP. and comforter. rings ladles' platinum and di.mod.at.h. . "ht. FILL DIRT and clay One 't'reloads
General 3o6 N. OrangePhone3 ':' "Plu.cr" r.ls PUMPS-AU types; Indus-
l.s" SM EI.ctlc". ; : : I .. men s watches such asBislova. Tru-Temper rods VACUUM SWEEPERS Heettic full measure Call 6464 '.4IS
1.1" domestic Florida
I: tr al Pipe
Leonard .
Longine Hamilton etc Nylon. linen lines a brands 9841 nights
Popular $4999 and
sll. H.rm.n' op
CARD Supply Co. 630 W. Church: ph .
Household .1. : nt N. 2- inanity silver sterling silver Loan ._27 W Church Knox Stores Co. 25 5. Plate Phone POULTRY MANUBE-By ?i'' '. 05

: : L '.'h lamps electric: coffee percolators makers; Il.ctr floor fYSirptr i Tar J P..r flatware and gifts galoreRemember com-// FIELD FZNCE-Heavwelght., 39 In. I PYREX most popular WARE-A-.o selection Pyrexware In | 2-3163. _ __ I sack Falrvilla Poultry FaB veto

eter Bumby i. putr. n.tUna. itee
V! aO. now $1 Final Had.a. rashltghts yon buy at your Knox Stores CO.. 25 Pine
R-cman's Loan dea.ne Church StELECTRIC 10 ; M.a'.. Good I prices Bids Iuea correctly Phone 23163POCKET 1. made Instrument Excellent Condi j i RICH BLACK SOIt-Mine *'' a- .od
office, 2. W. church W Church | cdUl1 arc started a low as Mills and Nebraska '
". good $ lion Telephone 242'74.VENETIANBLDOD6Almeinum. I $10 per load Meal for law '
f BL-'KSn.r.I.I TRICYCLES I cnt. Te 1.0. Dal.r b.ltd. FUR -- .'Russian KNIVES-SOC to $2 25 I beds and shrubbery Alto -* and
trlc. $42 ;. stock
BILLFOLDS AND BELTS-By "Tex- per seats CAT I-I6bl them Smyth Lumber Co N : fill dirt Phone 91 n or 2.4;4'
Tan. Good selection tie I i week on our budget plan Goodyear. WYrkoU's : sprints and ..Ul. DEWING AUCTION SALES CO R price $35 and R,ilrna>1 I Ipl blinds 27 through 36" widths 37c :
eels. I
PU'cells 301 W Church ;:, 30! N Orange Ave_. ] 12 bed Bodmo. Asctloneer. W. Church. I P 6646 _ _ _ per sq ft at factory Orlando Vene
TOOL KITS I 1. 5 6 pumo !I 38, Plants. Flowers and Seeds'AZALEASSlssmag
: I chair: Ik. MB o E table "I'P : tun Blind Mfg Co. 1739 Kohl Ave ;
ELECTRIC LANTERNsHfn FOR selection i REFRGERTORlIO. engine! Complete
several COVERINGS Whizzer I top r.t09' 8059
Slms1. : machine ,
_ _ _ type. Ala good selection flash1 "Wlto". "B.r'-- I tor Sales 60** 1 .a rou.willow set ..hln. Ph. 529Wlntn' 1126. 5 '7? 5 -
Iron .l1t".1
nox Stores Co 25 E. Pine .lr. "Bro.dflU". Al scatter I Ire With innereMrtng 15. : oil 12: .p.lnl Park_.ft. p.m i 1 WHEELBARROWS tray rub- I vicious lan't Mt Vtt'7, yl _ _ _
Phone and box springs DESK-2 1 swivel ma.hln. b.te. trU.r bar tired Also garden wheelbar,
2-3163 flblr grass Chenille '
fo .h.l. between E Co onla a" R.u
A Bsiotbo
. TOYS- divnola $18 . drawn 7. 8. 10 and : Bumby 1O2 W
and Nsvajos sets Par _ _ _ I Btudl .ot "aoD.bl. 'rok. dlneU. PLWSHora. rows Hardware
LECC-RZR Sehl- cel! s. 301 W church St 17.5. for : 2. Pin. : set gas beater boy s or gril. Hardware 102 Church Street
119 n.e to one play P JJ4 bicycle roll-away bed, other b.r..u. West Church Street_._ _ _ _ :- AFRICAN VIOLETS Par, : so
Pr:tt s "General 11..tr1.. 356 N. FIRE PCE' FTRMSHINGS Fire our I wanner. 2 toile train j DINING ROOM Sr9PIBrl i 1051N Orlando Ave Winter Park_ I -- Excellent I WINDOW FRAMES with 1C H screen and Rosey Morn bord r-' a
sets. walnut small pIANGPI.nr cndito.j mesh of galvanized wire Regular
'ranee_: phone end Irons. N. Orange 2-12. GAS Telephone plants Peggy Jo s Garden 2513! t'u.J
3-118. cod lighters electric .ap small one "12. two 0x10: 9 throw riser and HEATER-Large fireplace R..sn.bl. 5279. now SOc ea Odd sixes tn 24
FISHING TACKLE-A good Puon bread boxes: canister fri JU..r.: : G. ref fria 1 rug pad. 9x12 folding ironing : excellent condition $25. small th.r information- i iPIOMEEDpRIlER I and 28-In. widths Rdw Dept. Sears Orange Ave Phnnel72'7AZALEASPotted
rods reels artificial baits step-on garbage .ts attractive TRICYCLES cOU Please fan electric bad heater ta Ph. 40'5 tr'j Roebuck ft Co. 9613 t or tn oPhone. $ ,
er cans: turkey 1 _ _ _ _ I rl.tr. cok. AI PAIN.Dxon'
t miscellaneous items Knox Store aluminum and r..te rockers ; 2 : GOVERNMENT SURPLUS proven Asalea Shop at Caa.se.aerri.
enamel I .bl"t. Graphlt.
(> >} E_Pine Phone_ 2-3163 n. Wilson Leonard .otb. haUI carriages l girl s: 24 I an 26 lamp table aD pr t.bl. r.. Inca and equipment A home coatings for wood or metal WOOL RUG-9x12. Ph. 2-7122. 22221 _ _

FISHING TACKLE Rod*. reels"r West Church St. H.rd.ar. ..D 615 W._ : $15 each o!t for Smith! Ph harry Imm.dlat. delivery Sales ofi i ,urtr. Try hive met the tetti of CITRUS TREES and other Or -

: .: auto seat .onr. and Pocket FLOOR- 3-waVlndlreet.-$li. TETE _ DRY-CLEANER--Tavern" dry cleaner fire at Pn. Air Base NationalSales ; tm. a century In an parts WATER HEATEP6-E>etrtc TTo Over SO varieties Kin Pt Is 5-c-
- tnv.s.: Kenjron Auto Store 674 N. L'fP: avalabl.: $ boys Like new 1 tl 50 I Box 1391 Tampa.GRAPHI1'Z world We h.v these paints braska. then 1 mile to W C Pt.g'a
Co 141 and 615 .aU. 64 gal round 40 gal table top
C- Please telephone I.10n I In Silica Aluminum and Red
-- *nge Ave. 2-2970. S OrangeBIossntn all 5759 Knox Phone PAINTS L.d N artery.
Trail WestInghouse Gas city and bottle
Sto. C. Pm. .I BombY 102 W
- H: NTTNOFSTS and MppIteT. : I| bog of.re -Red and 2-31B1 || and primers 1 are job Ha".a. 20 and 3O gel Walter J. Wilcox Berv CAMELLIAS OOO rare sri i.ad-

ne lartein seeping bags ::' PRP5SUREcKERs-Al-m.k> a1l th.atr so f. Smith Lumber DEWALT POWER S"vwS- P I: prover indastr c for wood I Ice and Sal's Since 1936 The Most arcS varIeties Priced to "

"'. tackle! boxes fishing rods "Op".r.1 9"pctflc". lP. Orange Britt Railroad planers Mall raws f! : !,I I or at' al triages have met PAY PEN-1232 E Livingston for Your Money Always" 61 Z Robinson $2 ao fatten Nurser- Jars

-e" 5: "E".rrp.dy" flashlights life phone 31615HEATEDS.A1I 35 : ..IO. 1 ply.O. and new 2
;:'Slrs .u kapok filled kinds__, tMck 12. Se at }tunt Dora 3753DOOZIT tUr tn al parts of the world We WASHING MACHINE ABC Spinet lemon root 91 each SOt ts 5
102 W. church St ml.9t, 64 N. I off Con Leon paints In Silica. Aluminumand Vi'
115. Re. New Brace for I good condition, reasonable 735 brswcts on lemon root eaL
18/ Brt.s ' poU.h.r Red Lead Bumby 102 ,
wool I.n-n :356 0 TOYS ;i ; lino earn and wood $189 Hard..r. PUMPS'-An types of Demise water Garden Plaza Be-' Rt 1 Box 147 W.C.ai
ione3 .
-1618 W Church StGASOLINE _
301 West $3 55: : : 1 -Also canaister sets Smyth Lumber Co N.f. and _ _ _ _ .ntm for farm and home No der FaCASTER
P.U.s METAL STOOLS: Good selection : 36 months to Ex- WOOD STOVE-Cast Iron good run-
ENGINES and payment pay
Wy.kor.s designs Bumby do.n LILY BULBS-Artity ;
'RonaonZlppo". colors metal stol. and ladder Choice of WHIZZER .W. .Church St Rlroad. unts: for agricultural and indus- pen ser-ice F.r Home Machinery dition. Baby. carriage Seen at lane and small bulbs 0, u- _ _
S2J5 and : DOLL 305 MallS? Ave Winter Park
np Knox wag I
Ida Pipe Co.. 430 W. Robinson. _
l"." Herman Loan Co 25 RIorr $1 -5 muIS CARRIGETr..ct r i .l I ule price: call 31244ORAKOE .
1 J Pin. Phone 2-3161 VIew mirror SErD. on a man..t.cbn'a toys apply 0. 63O nw.Y.I irrh: $118._ WALK-IN MEAT REFRTOERATOR10O -
Church 8t.I _. I RADIOS Combination $3 95 $ . 618 Use gifts Tuba. cubic foot capacity Ice or TR.-Pahes. cam* .la*.
I (election. see before record From rdio. and Economy Frtn.. Co 332 W I, GALVANIZED pails.garbage e.ectrlc Caatatna FricMalre coils bloolar Belgian Azaleas Mussel-
: 11..n '" Motor 8 cans. sprinklIng cans. etc PUMPS electric and ahallaw
his .Ut.' Purcell. $99 9S '. ] UNIFORMS-Good Church: : I bat $150 Henry Serf wane Naraertea. 11 g Prince! '
Genera' 921. no motor
'! Electric 2-4617 asI I A good selection. Knox Stone Co.. 25 well Easy met nothing down
: 35 N Oranee Phone T-1618RDIOPHONOOR.PH W several I attractive DTJCO All colon Aim clu.Super E PIe Phone 2-316 as U'tie as month Bo- ,i Lmstllla __ PLANTS-Copenhaaer and Li' 5'

Comh'na'f"i ISDL basketba and special White n". avaIlable and Well DrillingPump SuDJly ''WELLS PUMPS. Water Systems ton Wake field cabbaE : _
Quar' ii, ___
GAS __
lurntur Co. HI .Eter.n. and M cc"'IC" Pur- -t-p : "- Bumby Rardwa ..110"< Bumbv HT 'dwa:r. W SPACE'HETRR and : Gudf Rd 1 mile east of I Complete Easy pavmenta Pla Pine 7OOO. over II OoO $4 per 'I __
IScbrHardwsre. sWh: l Chj-'h S' tpl sizs for city ; riant aim P3'i'ts <,aBtUlade '< .2
!trlt. c.U't 301 Wes Church St O anie Ave S butane ivery Onto Vs[ > (lan"n; phone 7O97 7 s'ippi, co 630 w chwrch em : .
Imldl.t. -- and Virginia DrI
A4 walnut: eD-IPrli'I i EIRINKINGFOtI4T.'tIlf-, We have IrtaC.ton Mod ,,' FliMFS No 2 max' Iran WHIST WATCH-Ladle* 17 jewel .
j. i :: U. i automatic thpro.'at Bumby Hard- era fcllUu.. ; rHE 2 brass cylinder Bamby 1 i-ellow taw Balova. $35 See at

7 ,: jj; '1 ware 103 Chuh I 2-251.ApP4ance.Ie 48 oane I H .i :132 West Church Btreet. I 24t22 Z. MarIon 6' or call 2-143'?. I [Continued On Next Face] a


rlanin firntittrl I I 47. Rooms for Rent 51. Houses for Sale 51. Houses for Sale QUICKIES By Ken Reynolds IS1. Houses for Sale 51. Houses for Sale -AereaEe for Sale

PAGE 18. SAT. DEC. 6. '47ICont. ANDERSON ST.. 520 Large rom I BROADWAY. 538 2 story brick and SCHOOL SECOI-I 2 NEATLY FURNISHED-2-bedroom I
twin beds. (15 a week for 2 people. stucco construction with U. roof. COLONIAL GARDENS A splendid 1 Fully furnished five homes 1 on Par Ave. at 11.000
optional. Ph: 3-3916. Living room 14x34 large room frame bungalow with two bedrooms bath.
Furniture includes ntw electric and the other Just off Par at
M..1 9000. SANITARIUM .
t ; from Prcctdint Pace I I COPELAND DR.. 36 W.-Room .It .un parlor kitcen br.kf. ro and glassed-in sleeping prb : washing machine stove toot water Separate owners. Harry Heath. Bro SECTION.-
double bed and adjoining bath.COWNIAI. service hallway Large rooms oak floors. 2-ar 'a- heater and refrigerator. An eitra I ker. 1210 E. Colonial Dr 8253. 20 Acre ea comer of 2 hard
I and ball bath downstairs. Master Large lot with both roads
3*. Plants. Flowers and Seeds I j GARDENS-Front, corn- bath and shower age. corner /ifliL4 i I. neat well arranged home ready to with 9 acres old grove.
I t ; streets well paved. There Is an extrabuilding === i deliver for than S9OOO OO. S49OO I| 7-ROOM DOUBLE HOUSE-Furnished
I er room adjoining bath; breakfast rbI.w connecting tile on the lot readily convertibleto I cash Call 1 and equipped for two families. Live nmeoesarmiru: of room

PETUNIA SnaprlO calendula privileges every convenience. Elderly Hardwood floors an apartment. We recommend this ; ( ) -5c1 I-I 109 O'Har.Mor.R..lt.r. E. Pine. :I In one. rent the other. Large lot .

carnation ote annual. I couple preferred. Ph. "218.I I large attic property for your serious consideration. I I and several fruit trees. Located Inside
_ _ lea*. 25c V.At Fern-I! CONCORD AVE.. E. 1647-Attractive I II basement with furnace. 2 car garage. Price reasonable terms. I I I city limits. (2.975. Phone 8911 HALL BROS. AGENCY. Realtors m
to Canton Ave.. east aI0.50. j PRINCETON N. Orange Ave.. Phone
By owner see anytime.BRASSIS 0
nor I home atmosphere 8 15 W. I I or see owner at Triangle Hotel Ga
3 blocks No Sundays. Harr'alNurrJ. rom. m I New 2 bedroom block bun-
I I by bus. I DRIVE 346 Dubsdread. Washington St. concrete I rage. 8 a m. to S p.m. Monday
1912 E. CantonTES lt. Ph galow. Prc. $8.000.00. Call W. B. I
Priced for quick sale; brand new through Friday. Raines City. Fla.
and shrubs furnished and ; CLOSE IN-Lovely large double bed- i I available for I BndlP with Marie WUlam Real 3 ACRES with 63S ft. lake frontage, _ _

plante Reasonable. Any kind or |I room: kitchen privileges for breakfasts ranch type: Imedlt.; .ocupancJ con- COPELAND SECTION-Here Is I t.r. W. Stret 3 miles east of Winter Park (6 ooo.
Paul Hitchcock.Box I and luncheons. 4266. PAR 8106. White Bros.. Realtors 824 N. )
fr.sUa Ph | structlon; asphalt shingles; face brick I a furnished well ; ; .t.ils;
210 Ln..o "| CLOSE IN-Sleeping rom wit private j I foundation; hardwood floors; plaster- planned oversized bungalow In an a 2-1688.

bath and j ed and painted walls; livingdiningroom excellent Nicely landscaped. 5 ACRES-Approximately 800'. fror.v
and I I loaton Dubsdread-$8.950. Very modernly
39. Livestock Supple ,.Ph. 2OO Hlllcrest. combination; 3 bedrooms; kitchen -t Let me .ho. you this delightful I I furnished. 3 bedrooms. Terms. age on main highway over 1 )

aU CLOSE IN-2 twin beds and bath; bre.zwaJ. large screened I home. Priced at ( good PAl TERRACE SECTION- bearing fruit trees price (1650 B' iFrailer.

BULLS rettstered- Brha 3. JearUn.. 6and connecting bat beom.ar. 120 Mc- with back laundry ;tuba and large garage I I terms. Call Audrey O't'' with A nearly new two bedroom masonry I Dubsdread-(8.750. Comfortably fur Real Estate Broker St. Clod.Fla .

7 month old bulls o same stock. I overhead door electric hot aWmW I Sipsn-Staton. Bldg.. I home in excellent section. Fruit I nished.. 2 bedrooms. Lot 100x150.Terms. .

Irc.U'. 2-3261. St.CE IN-Lake Eola. Lovely cor- heater; 75 x 150 ft lot: copper S59.I trees and shade trees. Large screened I
also room; laundry and cookingpnvilrges porch and porte cochere. Mastic tile
CARTER SERVICE-We piping. Contact real estate bro I
I Beautifully furnished 3-bedroom home LAND-
BO CASSELBERRY Attractive home
haul 116 ask for 32R12.between : heat; maiad service. 208 ker or phone owner direct at 3-2987. for floors. Gas range and water heater
I E. Robinson.CASSELBERRY. ; young couple. 2 bedrooms lake included. Priced for sale Lake Lucerne section. 14000.
and 8pm. _ _ _ J
8 a.m. BROADVIEW AVE... 1205tparanrIghts | front concrete block- Close to hich- (875O. Excellent Imedlat.. cash terms. Graded road. electricity. close to ne _ _
GOATS-Must sell all; one <; -Azalea Lodge AmerIcan on Lake Killarney. If you I I way and stores. Complete with elec- term Ask Cheney Highway. 5650.
balance (4V Int.) less than rent.
fr. soon. F. F. FenzeU I Plan Hote; riding horses fishing like this home-Check with us. we trie stove refrigerator I Between Orlando and Winter Park.

Ol. hunting i.ea.on Winter Park have the k.J. White Bros.. Realtors; j heater and oil :: for Morlarty (13.0OO. Comfortably furnished. HALL BROS. AGENC7'. Rtaltors. usK.

gaited. Kentucky 9174-w. 824 N. 2-1688. Beautiful live oak trees.Ui buy Corner lot. (4,150 cash balance (60 Orange Ave. Plione 5159.
I Inc.
HOREl fie hor I 1 nice Pinto. I CONCORD AVE. 1115 E.-Newly furnished COLLEGE PARK SECTION New I I at 1.5. See Hlbbard CaslbrrJ. I I 29 W. R.altr 8881-6638. monthly.

Both ma years old. '.. Phone 2- room twin beds adjoining cement over concrete oak Witr Park; | ; 5- W.shltOn
3281. I I bath furnace heat. Seasonal rental floors. 2 blok I I _ Please call me-If I do not have the SOW ACRES.-S000 fenced. Oil lease
or 2 busl.s men preferred. bedroD.. lYnl rom.I CENTRAL AVE.. W-Lsreelotg I I home you want. I will find It for Highway frontage. (6
C _ _
HARE-Buck Skin; broke; gentle; excellent dln.tt. fDaced room. 2 bath house. Good condi- AVE.. 1101 W.-We offer you. Lane Bradford. Broker. 1204 BDavis.
approximately ( PRINCEN Realtor. 41 W.
gift. Saddle Included !Itlon, I Washington
Christmas I ca5h $9.000. Ph.
9973. built
of the finest
: 1411 Grand ATe. CS IN Room fully carpeted. on of (8.0. H F. t tj homes f.r sl.Orlando.one Second S E. Colonial Dr.; 20233. 7305.

i beds private Furnace Boland Realtor. Carlaan 672 j COLLEGE PARK HOMES our for.
WELSH PONIES for children. 2- '. heat. Near grills. 644 b.t Ma.nol Ave. I N. Orange; ph. 24551.CITYLIM3TSHome I clalty. We have choice : bdrom. slas o-m sleeping '
of Black Prince. : First floor lame
year-old stud out bath. reept.nrom.
And thoroughbred mare. Other horses I and income. 8- I ready to show. A G. Wagner. room .. room, BARGAIN IN WINTER PARK-Between GOLDEN HAS ACREAGE-
for women and children. 2 CENTRAL AVE. 936 W.-Completely !!! room house on l* block OrangeBlossom ker. The Sh.rld.n 1209 dn'c large | Lake Osceola and Lake Virginia -

work gentle mules the 1310 West 21st- furnished large room: screened-ln : Tai suitable for duplex or D. 3-213. I I mUSIC/. ".m.-i Iun.Fuac.ktchen bament. 2-story house of the "horse 7 acres for (650 6 acres for $e"}

St. Phone 2-3383. .t I porch. Elderly gentleman preferred. I guest hou.r 2 small houses cheap I 3-' *r garage bat. furnished apartment and buggy era". Sound as a dollar 10 acres for MM. 10 acres for S9 ?

Beef I Box 244 S-Star. for cab or terms. Check and mate above. An outstanding property I with location without reproach. S 10 acres for S1SOO with 3OO ft. fro-

WANTED TO BUY-Livestock. call CLOSE m-orne room; front entrance I offer. C U. Taylor. Broker. 2516 M. CLOSE IN-East side. 2 blocks- from I located on 23 Iot. liberal ; bedrooms. 2 baths sleeping porch age on hard road. A. C Ox>:an
_ _ veal and hot. Best Prc. pad ; lake; Orange; 5644. Orange Ave. 4 bedrooms large terms or will aU 10.0.. home j open veranda and screened porch. Broker. Branch on 17-92. 3'i ic.s

2-4838 I I he.te: .ovrlokil. b.utfu I I PARK Convenient to sleeping porch. 1** baths. Partly fur- and garage apartment for (29.500 on I II An authentic bsrgsln. (20.000. Ssm- norm of underpass. Open Sunday

: COLGE stores and bus. 2- nished. For quick sale. (14.000. Shownby easy terms. Call H. F Boland. Real- mie Francisco. Realtor. Rm. 4. Central -
40. Pet Mock and supplies ORANGE-'130 S. Court 6t. achol R.mJ I
HOT appointment only. Arcade: 7407.
bungalow. Lut Geeslln. tor. Carrigan Bldg.. 672 N. Orange;
comfortable, I
outsiderooms. I Od conUon I
BOARD YOU DOG at Ccl.t Innerspring den mattrs.... Rea- Nice floors garage. Realtor. 14 N. M.I; "But, doctor, ore you sure my pulse is normal-you 2-4551. LARGE TRACT 200 ft on Golden Rod

losable rates. Day-week-month. A value at only road S3O ft deep: extra qua;::y
.eJ Io nice 2-
Kene home. Dalmatlon at Acr.1 ( balance ( m.ntJ. hove your hand on the wrist watch I got with a Senti REMR den bungalow. BEAUTIFUL HOME.- high land plenty nice shade tr- s
LAKE FRONT-Nice. comfortable paneled
a.aJ warm Robert Pryde. Realtor. CALHOUN ST.. b.drom about S miles
I Orlando city Uai
L 98Newrom
ages. A-K.C.; Block from Gentleman nel-Star Want Ad! and ga
BGLA Your own price 11verdawn preferred.room. Phone bu. Orange; 2-596. hous front and. prch... A I rage. Perfect dr.ln. atacbe. T.rms.n Must be sold. Owner sacrifIcing at its. This Is an outstanding buy at

Kennels. Mt. CLOSE IN 4 nice homes; 3 bdroms connOence. 1325. 01 (15.000 price. Call Lee Crawfordwith 513.000. (595 Terms ZOO cash and (IS
Dra. weeks LARGE FRONT Corner rom; has 2 baths-each. Price cut 2-2367 51. Houses for Sale 51. Houses for Sale Robt. L. Pryde. Realtor. 668 N. I II month C. F. Gordon Room 8. 64 5

CHUAHUARuttred. .10 female. I private entance. On .tp. Ph quick sale. See toaJ. A. W. Moore DUPLEX-One aide rents for 865 a Orange. 24596SUBURBAN (4.150 cash balance (60 monthly. itral.
I 8356. j
with Walter 8. Orange. month. 4 acres of land. 5 ft. on KISSIMMEE-New frame house. 3 LAKEFRONT BUNGALOW minute -
I Bas.
Please oil 20939. MAIN ST. 229 Comfortable rm COLLEGE Rambling type I highway. 100 ft. lake fr.ntan.: 40 roms and bath. large porch. In from center of town. Lot 60x I DREAM HOME At Living room .dining room. 2 bedrooms 54. Lots for Sale
PUPPIES 6 Melrose HoteL- PAR Main St. moderate and terms beautiful I ultra-modern kitchen tile
Close to
CKER SPANIEL enrJthic. I modern 3 large bedrooms bearing trees. Only 7500. terms. A. block construction fur prl.
.Id. and black. Registered -,I Reasonable rates day- .. breezeway and attached gar- I C. Goldi Broker. Branch .n 17-92. nished. 2 b.droms sleeping porch ranch t.p with too many attractive bath oak floors screened porch attached BEVERLY SHORES-Protect ycurelf
Select for Christmas.Ph. describe in this : garage, corner lot 65x125. 1 against depreciation by
AKC. now 3' north of underpass. hardwood (13.5OO. CaU space. : bu.oig
MAGNOLIA AVE. 746 Room with I 2
Excellent Corner lot. mile
470M. Winter Park._ _ _ double bed. semi-bath. Private entraoce. age.Price c.ndlt.n Herman OpnSundaJ. KALEY AVE. Completely fur- Mr. Klotz for.Stlp5o-StatoD.OnJ Met I FIJ furnished. Short distance from block from lovely lake with excellent your new home in this restricted ureaPhone
I 10.50. beautiful lake bathing and fishing; S mln. to golf 2-3129 for choice lots
near wa'-er;
calf .
COCKER SPANIEL-AKC Telephone 2-2993. nished S-room frame bungalow with Bldg elJ Imlt
I Broker 677 N. Orange
relttee I ID. I Owner course. 2 mm drive to best shopping W. Rose In\estment Co. 49 N Or
electric kitchen solar large
and red. ( system
blonde landsap.
puppies I r. MT. VERNON-1643. Double rom Ave.; 9855. DUBSDREAD Two adjoining lots I LAKE IVANHOE One north leaving Only area, close to bus and school. A nee Ave Orwin Manor office 3ii6N.
screened lot -
330 Atwater large clJ.
served St.now. Eustls.for Critmas Green or- I extra nice. home atmosphere. I COLE PARK-Furnished : room each 221' in length one t 50 wide on bus prch.. is l.nd".1.1 side. Lovely brand new blok.3-bedroom. I 112.5. or Sam Hutcb I truly lovely home priced to seU. Exclusive Orange Ave.
ph 13 of I priced at the other 58' wide ln. Tis flet Central. Phone with-
112 ORANGE AVE.. 473 S.-Nicely fur- cJprs contructon 173. we have and is 75CO. concrete block home. S58 i iSUHEAST30
.rY Seet hadwo LANE BRADFORD. BROKER 1204 E. BEVERLY SHORES 3 lots at the
BI.ck Sleepingporch. and (850 or will sell both I
double: lrn 1.llc 1 3 cash. Trade with Ewaid. LouIS floors full tiled I '
pet Dihe brek.st pr.I. cash will buy corner of Nottingham Rd. and N
boy's .
COW PONY Pehameo log New Colonial Ph. 2-0233.
I In rm: lovely 2 rom. applance. I for (150O. These are well drained Geeslln. Realtor 143 N. Main; drain with double sink attached laraee. '
with new We.en.add. Ideal I and machine. 1890. Alen I Ita Non-resident owner wants to :.164. built-in laundry trays BreezeWay. Mills. Telephone 2-1126.
Xma gift sacrifice. $150. Call at N-UpstaIrs Johnson. Realtor 140 Orane; . McNutt-Heasler. Seators. IS W. oaks completely furl.he.
room. for 3 working women. . Slu.t.d among nIce corner plot. ( buna.IO"1 CEMETERY LOT-woodlawn Memo
:< Ed.e.atr.CT i 8612. "SI.llln in Washington St. ly lot I.s buy. Price I prl. 2 DWELLING HOUSES 4 acres of rial Park. Lot 36. Section E. 6
PRINCETON AVE16 W. Large double KING ST. E.-A completely furnIshed site with C.
PUPPIES Pedigreed COLLEGE PARK-Pand street. Near 31 14.500 -(6200 T. i 1. ShumwaJ.. land. 1 mile off 441 on Wrklwa grave Interment. Bargain. Pb. 97Z9
close to with 2 rental.pa"m.nt. 14O N. Orange .
Shep dogs (mature I rom.; and IrW shoppIng c.nt.r. New 2bedroomframe. DUPLEX New concrete 5 Incme.for 2- r" Carter. 3-1622. ona'.n Springs Rd. Priced reasonable. Sun

collies). Twinkleland KeDnet rell P Oak for.. at.ched Ieal. I block quiet Vacant str.t. north section. roms. 's ...nrr.. and Carter. R.alor.. 12 I day only. EXPOSITION PARK-40 tots. (1:3 _ _
_ _ tered. Route 1. Winter Parl. PALER: ST.. 1220-Sunny cornerrom Cant be beat So c.ntuc- Va cash. Call Bill Douglas sIn I.raa. Kina Reel Estate. 30 E. each. Terms. Lane with Herman

DACHSHOUND BITCH-AKC regis Constant hot water bus.garage tion for 88. Realor. : 112.6.. P. Bland Realtor Carri- Church.: 8.35. "'Open Sund.n". LAKE FRONT-125' new 2-bedroom : SOUTHEAST SECTION-Two Bedrooms NEW ,2 BEDROOM masonry bungalow Goodwin. Inc.. Broker. 677 N. Oranr

tered. 3 years old for brdln. or I Breakfast pr.Ueae. Ph. E. ; Ian Bldg : ph 2-53. home tile bath. large living room I and sleeping porch complete screened porch hieh shady lot. 9855. '

pet. W. 8. Duncmore. 614 EmmeiSt. 3-2615. CITY LIMITS-3 rooms bath and LANCASTER LAKE SECTION-Fur- screen porch: between 2 lakes. Re- ly furnished. One block off Delaney 8750. (2250 cash balance (40 per HOMEACRES Scenic Hilltop Iota.

Klssimmee. Fla.XX3S PRINCETON AVE.. 736 W.-Lre screened Masonry construc DUBSDREAD SECTION-Modern concrete nished new 2-bedroom home. 9250. auced to (9.500 for quick sale by I Street. You cant so wrong on this month including interest at 4'7.. F. A. (300 IIP. See them. Kimber, 941

BOARDED Special room. twin '.1 ton prch Large lot. construction. 2-b.drom cash 2100. balance monthly. Ropr I owner terms. Magnolia Farm. Magnolia II place at 17.95" See Mr. Windhamwith Allison. Realtor 37 W. Washington Orlando Ave. Underpass Road)
CAT bination living room and Realty Church and Rd Lockhart. East 7613.
11. Park Realtor.
: Cocker Span I s :dIstrIct and bum (4.000. P. A. Allison. Realtor. b.th. .tle. Compad. cute.An M.l S.ope. 6 JAMAJO adjoining lots. 2 bK ,.kx

1.St.stud:h2r Bumpy; 2-3787. I 12 wek.PESTEE.. 37 W. Washington; "613.CLGipAKW. I extra MeIcan lot available. Kitchen equio- LAKE FRONT-3 minutes- from city MAITNDn frame cot- I Pine; Phone 5812. COSY NEW HOME-2 bedrooms bath from bus. new highway and 3 lakf*.

GOLDFISH Parakeeps; I 310 EAST Double Princeton. At- ment included. >a cash. HuckelO'Neal taxes and paved all the way to this and hgh.aJ. I I with built-in tub electric water High and dry. All for (55O. Ph T i9j-

the cutest newest net. convnl.nce. Very 2 bedroom 8670. E. Robinson; 2-bedroom furnished bungalow. Unusual I Nicely furnished and . I heater plenty electric outlets closets. LAKE FRONT LOTS-In Interlaken.UnsuaL .
H.mstr.. Bill c.leJ Ph. 22246. close in. I sleeping porch tile bath. fireplace. 18 variety of tropical fruit. Se- stove electric refrigerator For sale ST. CLOUD. FLA.-26 miles from Convenient location. $5800. Terms. City conveniences. Re:

trained/and RIDGEWOOD. 809 E.-2 droms. Compl.t.lJ furnished with utilities. clus.on without isolation. 11.5.terms. furnished. S575O Good terms. CallOtarraMnore. Orlando. 2 new m.
POINTER ready to go.years edl' selL Can be double or single. In Private home .00. C P. Shum.aJ. Realtor DELANEY STREET-Fine nelahbr-I Don Dudley. Realtor. 2-745 Realtors. 2-2380. 109 I; block homes paved street .-nit trees. I 5809 506 E Colonial Dr.. dial 8065
; V. Orange. hood; E Pine living room din r; room .
furnace heat near bus. Ph. 6938. 14- furnIhe. 2-bdrom B.drom NICELY SITUATED HOME Lawn
teen at 217 Hicre.t. COLLEGE PARK 2 .crened prch. Rom for 2nd MEMORIAL HOSPITAL SECTION I Euepton.UJ .el{ with big shade trees. Large house. NELA ISLE Subdivision Beaut.iulhigh
Conveniently 150.
WINTER P\RK-Beautlful twin d.rom lo lot. street to street covered
TOY MANCHESTER-Black and tan bouse. ( Broker. LAKEFRONT-7-room furnished bun- buUt and
male now 7 weeks old. Mrs. C. ) Wih private bath aDd show- cated to school. BhoppinB. 6 Brown St.Lren. Dun. 'I galow. 4' miles from CessrthiniseAbout S2.OOO b.lo. market price is this I initely a b.utfuUJ ba..m d.cor.te. ddI I terms 2 baths.Bennett Partly ft furnished.Bonnett. 143(9.500.N with mature full bearing fruit trees
etc. this well frame Walte
constructed frame home J. excellent 2-bedroom home.
N. Hampton. by to Jan. 2', acres beautifully land- Price TOO. Eammie Francisco. ReaJtcr. /-
1028 e. .
Brad daJ.r .eel Bjork. builder. 1318 Indiana Ave. Main 5809
1. Located 1 Rolling for (8.900. 2 bedrooms sleeping Ave.) Com gcaped. 100 fruit trees. Thel- Large screened porch paved street. I Cloud. : Rm. 4. Central Arcade. 7407 _ _
TROPICAL AND GOLD FISH. Largest College overlooking Lake Virginia. pcrch. large living room dining room.kitchen. DUPLXPrlc.ton rooms and bath ma Kincaid with 112.73.. Tyre. 1-0. (3.000 cash balance like rent. 5 I FOR SALE OR TRADE-8 rooms. 4
selection In Orlando ara. Aquar15013. 500 and solid oak through furDsh.d. Francisco. Realtor. Rm. 4. bedrooms. 2 kitchens dinette For NORTH ORANGE AVE In Gowns
Winter Park 27.
for. each unit. 6174. I
Realtor. W.
Cha. 2-a Urle. 1.50. 2-bedroom fur- Manor nice building lot 50 feel
thermostats and heaters guar out. (49OO cash needed do.n pay Terms. Call & 1 Washniton. Central Arcade. 7407. SBUBAN- a 5 or 6 room house: 2-7342
anteed. (5 SO and Coster. WINTER PARK Newly furnished ment. Zussman with Clyde McKensie. road close to on Orange close to Orwin Manor entrance
138 Rldgewood Dr..1P.Winter H.r Park. I rooms single double suite. Centrally 104 W. Central Ave; 24773COLNILTOWNVerJ I Real Estate. 30" E Church; 8435. I.ARE IVANHOE SECTION 3-bed- I Winter Park J't accept late modelcar I III BEAUTIFUL HOME completely fur at Clay (loot) Jonrfoa

located. IOQu. Jade Lantern. "Open Sundays. bu"eslow. completely furnlsh.d. MARKS ST.. 1110 Colonlaltown- ; or trailer as part payment on nished. S rooms bath Pleasant Retry, Broker. 6 W Church St.. 6545

TOPICA FISH-Young Guram. 332 Park Ave.. attractl 2- rom. .Ith kItchen utilities. on alar. new block contucto. Three bedroom II price of S.2SO.. CaU Nunes with H. I view heights. just South of Orb Vista. PALM TERRACE-Beautiful building
$1. 2-6193 .ro. I WINTER in new home i: furnishedCorner I I lot 260 x 150 with 56 large bearing furn1h.d or house. P. Boland. Realtor 672 N Orange; Priced very reasonable: also furnished site: lake view and lake fronts. Attractive
C. PARK-Roo paving. Ownerleaving. I For .
B Nebrsk. H4 .. 15 serv sewerage. I DUBSDREAD citrus trees Paved street; circulating bJ o.ner. CarrUan Bldg. Ph 2-4551. lake front place for rent 10 prices. Carl Tezder. DevelVoper.
blok. fr.m m. reduced to For quick I
.. 190. heater; attic fan Ideal location and I mln drive to city for partclulars call .
41. Poultry and Supplies I ice. Apply 1000 Aragon A. t 9 sale. Wilbur 23 I SOUTHEAST SECTION 31 N. Orange; 2-0442.
Broker. Attractive
4718. Clifford
best buy (14 800 with liberal MONTANA AVE 2 aptL
our at
p m. or Sunday Nicely furnished home 812-Dpln. I
masonry onlarge -
I 21
lot. Lot
et.rnon.I W. Church: 6675.COLONIAL. home. partly furnished bedrooms. ROLANDO ESTATES
i iI terms Exclusive with C. P. Snura- 87 222 HOUSE with land,
and lot Golf 5 Jart.n. 5 acres or 2H
BRDE EQUM-Bat.n WESTMORELAND AVE 831 N.-lst I GARDENS For real corner 75.10 near 2-3282. I 2 b.th. 2 kltchenc. extra room on block B on 6 Bumby J. C New-
140 N. Orange
a Realtor.
: I acres rand with or without house.
nor brod.n. I aDd 2nd floor. hot water. furnace here It I Club. Tiled bath kitchen ..J. NORTHEASSECONPractcall garage owner. 3-2893. ton. Box 334. Haines City. Fla
buy is. 3 bedroom SI.5. C.I
Bomb Hardware. heat. L..ly I equipped with deluxe refrigera- Frontage. 310' on htehway. 3 blocks
era private b.tb.
.f priesteentranre. fuUJ .tr.ct.
102 W. tJpa. home completely for only ran.e. Carpet like lawn. shrub- home completely S2OOO can SUBURBA- frame bungalow north of Sho-Boat. look for sign on WINTER PARK'S finest residential

100. Dressed I WINTER PARK-Sleeping room private I &0.5. Hardwood floors throughout. 't.r. palms. Bus at the door. Price LAKE FRONT handle balance like rent Trade with .It : O.n.r leaving cltJ. corner Ted's.DON'T subdivision is Robert Ohms MacDonald -
Nice. One bry.
rRYIRS- bath. with I I and Palmer Ave
entrance kitchen. and lo.ted on nice m S3.5OO I Park at Park
Prvat. Terms. Ask for Hampton. Broker. 531 N. Orange; sacrfIce. 8..5. .r
I MISS THIS if you are lookIng
alive. 2 to 3 3-3108 or Coykendal
or Ib Ph or without . Inquire ly landscaped lot. (2500 cash will I will or house trailer nues. David Andrews. Realtor win-
i Klssimmee. New section; new for the best house in Orlando for
tail: 1423 1239 Handy bus I handle. Clyde McKenzie. 104 501. Park. Exclusive agent.
part 1 block from bus. tee
a Mln.sta AY. t Br.ler. EWMAN-HARGIS.. In". as
Realors S room 2 bedrooms 6-rm paJm.nt. the money. New. 6 large rooms hardwood
and flrbhro blol.
JENS WANTED-An, Quantty. Orlando .t.res. W. Central Ave: 2.775. 29 W. \ 1881638.I I all electric 30 ...L.Ietrc RTHEAST-W.I. loat.d. tile Corner Dayl. Courtland fit. floors tile bath servants bath WILL TURN 10 iota over to satisfactory -

Fish and Poutn. W. YMCA-Atrct.e rooms for young i hot water heater; all tile bath.furnLhed attached garage. A fon. Fairview .. R G. Honr. double garaze with storage. Open for responsible builder and take

Church St.. phone 41. m.n. double. (6 and up. COLLEGE PARK-A 2-bedroom fur- i ; new (450 RCA c.mbmatonradIo. Terms. Rouistone. Realtor. a SPRING LAKE Inspection Sat. and Sun. from 2 to second mortgage for same. Carrigan ________

21. H. RED H.mpRk crosses.BK. Cal 8.'ROM nished brick home with a very nice I DELANEY ST.. 1635 S.-New concrete I steel a.nln. on .Indo.s I 195.. Phone 2-2532. 14 We have in this d.Sr.bl.TERRACE. I 4pm. 1009 21st St. Boland. Inc. Owners Carrigaa
old. Buy ly I landscaped 5O-ft. lot on each side Bldg. 672 N. Orange: 2-4551.
and porch attached Immediate -
w.t. :
anc home corner lot. 504350. I .ar.a. a most beautiful home and large lot i 2ms ACRES on paved road close to
at Lake Woods Chick ADVISORY SERVICE; 3-3226. giving you a total frontage of 150 ft.Screened I brlcl possession. 407 Ave. NORTHEAS-VerJ attractive -rom fruit 2 LARGE LOTS on corner Depanw
tem T. fruit trees; 3 bedrooms: I with gorgeous landscaping and j city. Modern 2 bedroom home ________
I _
Highway front and screened
4 mile north Maitnd. rear prches 1 Quick sale. Lvl tile and Steel Ave : cleared; city Improvements
brez"ay c.nnectnl double garage' 11.00.LKEVIEWNI.e trees. The home I of clay con- ; Plenty fruit trees. Price (50OO. terms.W .
1792.TURKEYS. I fruIt trees plenty shade. A h.me prh. Attached Jr. old. 2 aU tiled surveyed grade for bodIng -
3 large
ROOM AND Woodruff electric : casement win- .tructon. bdrm. i K. Price Real Estate. 246 S. Orange
-All sises. Fresh dressed St. Take BARD70 bus toAgnes at (14.:0. good terms. Contact Harold !I doss all copper plumbing; partly condition. May. yes.Price ; batb. lar. room i iI Ave.GOLDEN'S. : water meter installed: street

oven r.dJ. WUder-Densmore Tur- ; walk right.CltJ. 2-7113. . with J. D.nle Kolar. 206 furnthe. SI9.00. Must be seen section. Beautiful I only '10.5.. S.G.o. F. Brass fl' This home is furnished I light same corner good title; low
Interlaken Rd. S. Main; Rr.Jy C. Av. C. P. Bassett. 17
t.J 6913. I AND rooms for 781. I I t. appr.c.t.. rental units. AU I in .c.lent taste and will b sold price See owner
SINGL DUBL cash and I for Exclusive Steel Ave.. Orlando. _ _
FOR TOP chicks at best Price weekly. nicely furnished. S10.0OO .nJ a25.75. ROUSES Under (650O.
QUA EAST SIDE Near schools furnished.3bedroom !
BRASSIE AVE 354 tDubsdread.Attention. 2-3176.
current our 2 st.rea. Please call 23115SHERIDAN income will pay for this splendid H. Relt.r. BUILDING LOTS-Select your home-
KIttinger Supply prlca .Co-n N. Orange. I _ golfers. Look this new. | home; large lot. plrntJ property. C.urneJ Realty; 392 N. Or- !ORT SIDE-3 COLONIAL HOMES GI'Lovely 2-bedrnom. Porte cochere. site now in the attractive Dubs- _ _
BLVD.. Lake furnished. S-room bungalow and ( 'a cash. I I
Ph. 49N.ar over fruit 12.50. ange; dread Country Club section. Lots In
Winter ; I With foundation In front of lot for
Prk. 84. Lnwo. Ivanhoe. Nice; ; then contact me. Prompt possession. o R.pr Realty. Church 1-3 bedrooms. 1'i baths. 11.00. 1 SUBURBAN Just outside city. Clear aU sizes. Close In schooL bus and
Church another house. Only 5500.
Provlco Feeds and Con Fla ..nUeman Ph. 2-7662. 85.0 cash- snceeas y. O. C. and Main; j j'DEWATER LAKE FRONT-The home that was Furnished with 6.500 cash. I Lake section- near bus line. Access stores. Priced reasonably. Cash or

Dtrat division of Kentucky I ROM with kitchen and laundrJ priv Ste"ar. Realtor. 9788-8033. I HEIGHTS SECTION designed for Florida living at Relax Its No. 2-3 bedrooms. 3 baths and pow to lake and fishing. Nice :rom 2-bedroom bungalow. Prewar. PIne. terms. Jane Bros 235 N. Main: 75S9.

Inc.. Cincinnati. A good EastLivingston best. WeU bult. well located. I der rom. $25.0 furnished.No. Io extra lots. : and
Chemical Idun b.autful cement brick home. front bungalow .Ith t palms and citrus trees. Only $6290. ON NEW CHENEY HIGHWAY
and fish own 3-3 2Va baths. 30.
; Ph. 93O7. I y.ur yad.
(5.SOO. terms.
Ohio. rom. Tile floors Cathedral White .. Realtors; 824 N. Mills: OOO unfurnished. "value plus at S| Lake Barton-Nice 60xl6O ft lot
LARGE CORNER room. bath walking COLONIALTOWN SUBURBS-Ranch ceiling. Sun porch. (1.80. Terms. I I Mark with Louis Gel Realtor 14 2-bedroom bunialow. Garaxe. New (160O. 1-3 cash; W. A. McKenney,
AH values their
good in price
45. Apartments for Rent distance. choice type home. 2 bedrooms sleeping Cavenaueh. Rr.ltor 2-16. rna. !: N. Main; 2-l6t I Immediate possession. If you can Broken 4950 Cheney Highway: 2-7144
ne.hbrho attached Double sized LAKE FRONT-9 miles West of city. BET INVESTMENT C.-25 W. I
gentleman preferred. ( prch. .ra.e Arcade. Phone 438. not afford high priced home see VIEW LOT Beautiful
Phone HIGH
Fine brick. 3 bedroom home. Com I
throughout. 4 extra lots. 2 .
APT.-Partly furnished; room kitchenette 6534. I II these. Bargains Terms.A. shade trees. Quiet location City
3rd floor; $50 mo. blocks from new cross State highway pletrlJ furnished; 2 car ".ral.; ser this. Small neat 7407.
LARGE BEDROOM with twin beds. water. Cheap. Phone owner. _
bat vat.extr&cT 0222 Can seen at 230 East and large lake. Compeltely furnished. E -Surrounded I quarters. W.1 landscaped. I I StBURBAN-Lk with lake privileges. C GOLDEN BROKER. 1121 V.
JI. Jackson. Street b Cub Including new refrigerator electric by E.E.c located in one ftirub and vrimde tr. NOTTINGHAM ROAD-1 Just lost a I Only (3290 with *750 down. Orlando Ave., Winter Park. 188.
tote. machIne. etc. I of exclusiv re'siden- Boat house: 9 acres citrus grove. fIe next door neighbor who moved : Open Sunday.
O"ne but quick action -
CLOSE I-Mo.m w.1 funlh.drom SUNNY FRON BEDRM-Klch.n leaving.asl to.n Imm.dlat.lJ and wants tial I.dlon Is this modern furnished Boating and fishing. C C Galett. out of the City and otters his home Should b much more See it. LOTS-LOTS-LOTS -.

.- ap.rm.nt. Stte ette. P.et. .ntr.nce (3.150 for his It.rest. can move I 2-story cement brick home with 3 Broker. 912 N Mills ph 2-177. | for sale. Frame bungalow asbestos I rQul.d. J. EXcUslv. !
418 W. A.
phone I bedrooms and 2 baths. Oak floors.furnace. D.ne Club SectIon-
.e.on right in: Just your linens and I LAKE FRONT acres. shingles, lot 100x130 b.utfuUJ Main. 7811. Dubsdread Country ____
Broadway. LARGE ROOM-Double bed. couch: silverware. Will also consider Iraml 2-car garage. Nicely landscaped Paved road. 3 large I landscaped Entrance lan 206 S. i 51-1. Lake County Property Golf view. Lots are as low as (495 _ ______

_ _ CLN DR.. 802 E.-Bedroom and private home. Kitchen propnJ bJ the year. a2'.0 I lot. Owner has left town we II i rome remodellnfc. bdrom.NHs living room bay window fireplaceand SOUTH SIDE-For business reasons Winter Park-(Lake KnowlesTempleDr.
tnJ kitchenette equipped with oranges free 2115 8. Pr.Uue. i per year E.eu.I. Wm. have the key. 127.50. terms. W. B trees 6 miles from town. 10. built-in book cabinet. large living I owner buy home in Winter Park. FURNISHED FRAME HOUSEroom 9 Section) Lots are as low as

2 electric plate for light F.r Cr.k. Mathews with J. 2-4388 Nicholson. Ralor, 14 6. ) noo. Chenault & Jennings. Inc.. Real- I porch with drop a.nlngs. cemeotfor. Offers this recently built 3-bedroom I l'i bath 23 large citrus; lot $295.
meals. Adjoins Suitable for MILSTO S. Comfortable 2-1619. dining modern kitchen bungalow for Par cash. Frame I II Lake" Front Close In. The price Is
b.t or 781. I tors. N Orsnge.7234. __ _ rom. 17.0. 100x280': reduced for quick sale. (8.SOO. -
home Innerspring 67 For this lot
couple. tile broom closet, c.nslrcton Lrg. Ia.u. 1507 Donnelly St Mt. Dora. Fla. only (1.050. The size of
m.tr.Man preferred. Call LAKE FRONT-Atr.ct. Country hall, tile bath. trunk closet and see Geo. r.
Is 50xl42.
clean 6-roora I ao ,
CLOSE IN-Nice fur 2-0938. I Home DUlhtul home clothes linen 3 bedrooms I 19 Central Ave. GOLDEN TBIANGIE-I.Ivsble. partly streets, bus service light and
(25 week. Adults clos.l. Bras
apartment. bedroom I cost
: well finished 4 rooms bath. 4 Iota.
ned CLNl GARDENS3 thoroughly cash balar-ct
St. ROOM with twin beds; mother child EDGEWATER .c.pUnn.UJ each with closets heater SUBURBAN bath furnished water. Terms 1 3
oalJ. Br.stn. hous. Eletric kitchen MNOR furnished. ft. 01 rom. Here's a house that a handy man
accepted. Will care for child ifmother I fur1hed.. and I 10 l.rlr and hot water heater . 1-car- bungalow. 2 on bus line. (325O; small monthly payments
well-furnished living from each of t lol live and finish into fairly
CLOSE IN rom. :lake fine can a comfortable Owners
Morrn. works. Ph. 2-0403. "Ie. garage. I large cement floor Summer Dorsey. Broker. CARRIGAN BOLAND. INC
Price Terms. (3300 00 cash will this 3 bedroom I easy terms:
Harry Heath .
garage apt. only. 510 Con- 10.20. buJ large well lighted bedrooms all 1 home and well worth the N. Orange _
house. Price with terms. Un- Bldg.. 672
I frame home. asbestos siding.and (17.500 I 550 N Orange; Carrtnan
way Rd. Ph. 2-0444. 47-1. Rental AgenciesLANDLORDS I Br.ker. Colonial Dr. Ph. 8253. equipped with 1 scorer dar lined I 412. S1.8SO the owner is asking. W. J.Kistler .
ros Metcalf
NEW THREE-ROOM duplex CI LIMITS-Completely I oak floors. Lt l12xt39 f.ei. Tbl ets. 2 nicely fItsh.d bath furnished.Bulidinc. Frnl 2-1710.Crebs. S07 SUBURBAN-(3800 total price ferI Realtor. Post Office Bide.Eustis. Ph. 2-4551.
apar fune, home has hiving dining room. I bungalow on .
42 6-roora 391
and bath kitchen electrically equipped; porch furnished Tla. Phone Red. P.O.
by ment.the Moem. Frlh.d Reasonable. rni- desirable tenants- We will free supply of charge you ( roms. cash. King Real garage.Estate. \' en. den. tile bath and shower. Garage feet. Grand pil no. Persian rues silverware NORTH SIDE New 2-bedroom paved .tr.t See Mr. Mowrey today. Box 1146.

.ek. \ 30 E. Church with laundry tubs. Priced at 15500. included In furnishings: 8 cement. Screened garase.bus King 30 E. Church; 843 RLOT1gthreeLand-
"Open Sundays'
nice large sleeping and obligation Just phone us ; prch. nR ;:
Ai. Jour 835. buy this house with (3300 cash and ." Blossom Trail 135 frontagt.
rooms. Juice and riding horses Gardner Real Estate I acre tract iniudln 1 acre of grove; at dor. 7875. Realty n ange
(13000 month Interest Park 611-J.
.n.J. { Including
at 1401 cy. S. Orange Ave. Phone 2-4481. I per three car carafe: an ."c.pU.n.UJ IncIting 2-O074 or SOUTHEAST SECTION-Bargain for Call 8070 or Winter
tr for your aet Inqw. COLLEGE PARK-2409 Oberlln St. i See Mr. Boone. attr..t'r - SEE US FIRST-...
. I WE ARE RENTALS (3 service New S-room house. te} bath. prop"y. loaton. NORTH SIDE-New 2-bedroom frame I cash. Furnished home, hot water 55. Country Property lor Sale

IJLWSMYRNA BEACH-New 2-bed- I charge Gardner ;Estate. 409 screened pofch. attached garage fmowner. HALL BRO. AGENCY Realtors. shade trees Ju.t the place of your bungalow. Oak floors large cot heat Owner.WINTER.frt trees. 1512 8. Osceola. Homes. Groves. Business PropertIes _______

room house; furnished; ocean front: i S. Orange. est con.trcUon. For sale or trade 112 Ave.. TeL 5189. j i dreams. Clermont. Reasonable screened front porch Iaraae Serving Lake County since 1912.

seasonal rent through aJ 1. (10OO. bJ Open 1 to 5 daily. and N.a terms Investigate this before tached. Nice neighborhood. I Barry E. Morse & Co., Real Estate- COUNTRY LAKE HOME 9 mlles!

Ph. 2-31'5. j 411.! Business Rentals CLOSE IN-3 bedroom. IS bath ,I price you consider any other selections. Low down payment. Weir System. 628E. I PAK- nrokla Insurance. Eustis. Fla.; phone Eustis from Orlando: aU hard road modern

PARK-920 NOrland-o Av.. Spanish type home. Excellent condition II Bowman ft Brown Co. Real- Pine: 4641. Virginia aUrcUn Lk.1 138. 2 bedroom bungalow: 2 car garage _
I I of I _____
WNER BUSINESS OFFICES Eight. Fear story Monterey-Colonial land private beach and __
bath kitchen dinette.Utilities throughout. Double garage. Has tors.Phone337I. Clermont. Florida. OSLO VISTA 2 1 ; 3 acres ;
furnished.Furnace._ Colsum. Anr.a e size.. Properly 10x12 aircooled ft. ..nthln. but you. UO.5.i take EAST SIE-To& have found !! bcr.m.two room. 10x12. .adJ.1n.. .al.ble.I.t.elec tl. and. 2 frame tiled with baths tile automatic rof. 3 dock on beautiful 5OO Williams.acre lake Real See r. _______
care of that an u in a clean I rom. COMBINATION IteMS AND INVESTment Weems with
tric high and dry. AU
4 duplex all Im I In Summer. !, .f 125. Ph in garage 5-i& _ _
RoMSFurnls.d Furnace heated In Gardner Real nace ba.m@nt 2..r 21 West Washington St.
seasonal rental. I Winter. Ample parking facilities. Can Estate. 409 8. Orange; bungalow with .3"n bedrooms hv- j' school bus and city bus handY. extra 7593 I maid's room Lot 120x400 Owner occupies one apt.
.Ave.HOUSE phone 24481COLLEGE log room and hardwood j I lot lake for boatinz. fishmic. etc I II I rents S apts. Income (275 per month.
842 Citrus occupied in Jan. 2-0185. 'i I on OSCEOLA ST.. 1512 8.-Furnished feet high elevation beautifully landscaped "
mAILER 4 miles out. TheheM b Cal PARK-Better value for floors lifetime roof. Oak shade fruit. Buy at Sll.OOO with (6500 rash and home. Neat and clean. Possessionat I' assorted citrus trees. Aral I'I AU are completely furnished. On COUNTRY PROPERTY 61 nee __
BtIXEOFFIC=I newly decor Jour money. Two bedrooms (one Owner Ir.vlnl town. Priced to sell. ]I' (45 per month. Immediate possession. once. al (31.500. partly furnish I I corner lot close to town. Redecorated 1916." Ask Asher Peter. Rea.wr ____

class only Box 22&ar.AARTM'T avalabl. In Colonialtown. 15 ) living rom dinette sunny S8: Hastings. Realtor Carl Tender developer phone 6910or I ed. Robert RTyre.. Realtor. U a beauty. (13.000 down balance (40 He probably knows." 12 S. Main

accommodate 3 Lane Br.dford Broker. large kitchen tl. bath. attached 62 a E Central (Arcade); 4237. L 2-0442. 6174. W'I per month. Owner 60O Orange. Enaus.Fla. COUNTRY PROPERTY Four bed
( 1204 E. Colonial Wa.hn.ton
bat 0 ; garage on pleasant landscapedcorner room house and twenty acres of
month. Close In. Ph. DOWNTOWN STORE ROOM-31x75 x 135 with fine young ORWIN MANOR rolling site. Splendid
10 I LAKE of ownershipand land on high
BUSINESS WOMAN will share modern ft. Available Jan 1st. Apply W. T. fruit and plenty of fruit. For EASTSIDE CLOSE IN-Just 2 blocks FON-"Ilde WINTER PARK-Near library. AtI I I 52. Groves for Sale for development and the house
home of charm and distinction furnished home. Large I grove __
A _
lovely new
e.mfor" d.scrlbS _
b.me. Young working couplepr.f.rd. J.nkin. Furniture Exchange. sale unfurnished at (12.500.0O. 110 from the CIJ Hall large 2storyresidence : this rich 2 b.drom. paneled located In excellent sectionof traclvl with fireplace. 3 bed I 30S seedling trees. well adapted to cater to Apopka lakefishermen ____
GROVE acres.
after 6 St. less if you don't want extra lot. 1.ln win'-t
Gaaa. p.m Bone_ .Ith bedrooms and very I den living room. convalescents or
h.m. fine similar homes and grand neigh 2 full baths. New era kitchen.Gas ., 6-room house. Estimate 2.000 boxes
34 West _ _ _ _ ORANGE AVE.-Holland Arcade. 2 Peter Breen with O'Harra-Moore. large sleeping porch. (14 000. Rex- I 5 fot fireplace. 2 car garage and bors. Nicely shaded large lot. Built II t. in all rooms. C. W. Walters. fruit. Direct-by-mall express business tourists. Price furnished (14.000

SA 2 room apartment for re I adjoining rom.one I NortheaiC.rner. R..ltn. 2-O836. 109 E. Pn._ I McGiU Realtors. 128 N. Orange: Lifetime construction. Rob't S. by one of Orlando's b5 builder of Realtor 672 N Or.n.; 6509 goes with the grove. (9.975. Can have very easy terms. (3500

middle-aged permanent business light CHEROKEE PARK-Bungalow. fur- Phone 4147. Hu.J with Robert R Tyre. Realtor 1 finest materials. enjoy the Lake Mizelle. Phone Casselberry. 2-2221. down. CaU O'Harra Moore. Realtors,
117 Livingston office. Doctors wantingto nished. Built by an test for 6174. WINTER PARK-Near 2-O836. 109 E. Pine.
l.dJ. E I or any one A In. II clever arrangement of the five largerooms
I SIDE Close 3-bedroom Washiaton I New ultra modem masonry bunga
his home. Prewar EST
the own Masonry.
ground floor with
on -
J the cleverly
lo.te the porch; -
and .. :
NEW APARTMENT rooms Floor furnace fireplace at- .p.e.u. low. 2 large sun room.
bath aU and .th.r bah ci.t.nant.Wi t.rmt. proof te.raza floors: I tic fan furnished. Gar.ae.1h designed . Immediate bdroms
att.cUnlJ furnIhed. ; compl.tey Pl 5 8 2 HOME AND GROVE Twenty-five
give long 3 2 tile t a ths. central .
only no pets tie LAKE MAITLAND-Isle of A Price (12.OOO. Terms t : : trees de- COUNTRY PROPERTY: Three mt>g
gas spacious lot
Frank .. Realtor, 507 heater also fireplace in living .a. ap.rm.Dt. furn1.c.Plc.d SIcIY. ssl.n. I fri acres land Eight acres In bearing
for 5-month Ph 2-8652 moot. rom. in this Ask for Lennon. from City limits. Five room frame
sell. home
season to most unique Fran-
R.J I llghtful surroundings. 660 feet lake front. About five ___
170 T.d. H.mptn grove ___
Sa. afternoon_ SunAPTLlvIng M.tc.l Building; phone 2-170. I r.m.Furniture 2.ar Iarale. Little upkeep. 531 N. ... 501. I location. French-Normandy architecture -I I Cisco. Realtor. Rm. 4. Cental Arcade; miles from Orlando. New three-bed house 2 bedrooms bath. Deep wr 1 ___

: WINTER PARK-Large attractive of- (21.500. r of masonry construction. 3 bedrooms NEWMAN HARGIS.-RealtorsInc... I room home. See Mr. Martin for details. and electric pump house complf..j

en, linens room Iroklkh fice. Park Ave.. in most proln.nt ,I hers Emeriek co-operate.Realtor Exclusive; 610 N.with C.. :I EAST.SIErom frame bungalow and 2 tiled b.th. 165 feet of 29 W. Washington. 8881-6638. 1747.WASHINGTON 2020. This O. P. Swope. Realtor. 60 East furnished. One car garage and laun ________
lovelyelectric i-3
b.t land
block. to ST.-Ea.t road Ten acres
6010 Four Palms o (65 per mooth Fred L. Hall Icudln. double lake front leavl. little I I Pine; Phone 5812. dry. Paved
Cben. Hlh.aJ. 7348. kitchen. doubled I beautiful bun..I. c.mpl.teI7 chickens. r>w,
.. Broker. 150 .. Phone. Winter L.t.d .n be desired Exclusive listing H. C. bearing fruit trees
Park. 342. I Convenient to (3500 cash R. Tyre on corner lot S2V X 169 must I An for 9500. Only $3,093
i Babcock. Jr with Robert tractor.
from citylimits I.,
46. Houses for Rent 101. fumth.d. SECON-Buna-\\ and assume (85OO :. Call Realtor. 13 W. 6174. OHIO city bus service I be sold. Has S nice rom and bath rash required. See Mr Martin win _
Wa.ho.t.n _
50. anted Rent I II Georgia von Schiller. 7186. .ater. plus sleeping porch I.r.le Before HIGHWAY 17-92 N.-'S acres excel O. P. Bwope Realtor. 60 East Pine; _
and aU conveniences includInggarden
; ; & proprtJ.. I lights you buy see It. with lent grove. Bungalow. Ideal location 5812.
: Phone
DUPLEX HOUEn lake. 2 b- house ters. Lodber. 111 GARLAND ST.. 220 S. Romlnl LAKE DAVIS SECON3rdr.mhome space chicken runs. etc. Fred G.r.i.Brokers. 8561 or 4328. for tourists. Illness forces sale.
for 2 adults. Modern N. Mills
all I APr ; 2-18. Priced to sell I '
room house. 9 2 baths
rm.1.re rom. garageapartment. Furl.hed. a a340. fulfill Betty Trent Evans. Broker. 349 M.
Completely furnished. I DlcNJ funhe. Permanent; CLOSE K. Harmon. Broker. 64 8. Phone WIN pAK-W. can your
best of IN-oo.n.nt t r.m. Se owner on prmi. Terms Buy now. ) Bro E rom Park and I Orlando Ave Winter Park 618.
215 modern
( a 8931 apply 401 8Sar. Modern 3- ker 8521. CLOSE E* FARM: 80 acres with
mOlth h.m. : I
Ph o drom bedrooms
5 : GREENWOOD AVE. 1406 2 2-294. vicinity. We know the town and can frame
HOUSE 2 3 bedroom
N. For best conveniences.
permanent Very oil attte
T."pa 1 bdrom.school .. Lease flrhe.. furac. lot.garage I large aleeping porch living OR WI KORWlnte Park owner I I give you a reliable picture 0:8.: thepresent residence, excellent conditionElec
fmlJ chld .I.ctrc rom and dining room d.corte In- LAKE FRONT One of Copl.ndP.rk' bungalow. 2 I market Homes from STREET CORNER GROVE-10 acres and telephone; harness
Ph. 9944.HOUSE .I tric
Re.r.nc. lauldn. (15.500terms.Phone . and out. Owner line homes. to David Andrews. Realtor. pump
A T. transf.r.d. Mo.rn 2-st.r. bedrooms; spacious living rom..tb i $6.0. 3 miles from center of Orlando tool house with extra shower
SEASONAL RENTALS Unfurnished or furnished Care. 31622. J.m.rsn.nd cell. $7500 Exclusive with Runes with I home with 4 den. 2'a open fireplace dinette modern 'I overlooking beautiful lake In section room; hay. Tractor and
Carter. barn fuU
apt. (SO limit. See Harry Hudsn. Relt.rs. :7l. Boland. Realtor. CarDigan Bldg. ', baths I.r. tiled screened porch. 2- kitchen. aU tile bath. 2 screened have lost opportuni i of fine homes and estates. See Good 14 head of cattle
We offer several wen fumed home 301 g. Garland. i COLLEGE PARK-Completely furI : N. Orange: Ph. 2-4551. car garage. Well Built In porches. 1 car garaie pl.ntJ of BUYRMany prices to fall. Always \ Rencber or Batchelder Brokers 28 farm equipment part bearing

for the season. No"h..s. 00 HOUSE-2 Bedroom furnished; on | nished. charming home built lessthan HARRISON ST.-Near schools 1939. Nicely s 'hrt. (28.000. closets. large lot. 1576 tJ. good buys fo with Claybaugh Realtor East Washington. Phone 9620. 18 acres young Fenced grove and cross fenced.
.tore. aU Included.
on Iske. 1500. Ch.rke I annual basis. 3 adults- will paT ap 2 but It looks like It has and bus. Charming bedroom ters. W. B NIcholn Realtor. 1 see anytime. Metcalf Bldg. Twirl and school bug
SU. sm. On paved highway _ _
blocks .
9 out 2 bedrooms and '
lust Charm and individuality S. : -
1210.0. 00. Close 3 bedrooms. ''proXate1 (100 mo. Box 245 6- all blli In this 5-I I Dutch Colonial of cypress construc old ring since *23.MY line. 4t, mile out Quick possession. _ _

.rom 1000.1150 i room prfetJ. I ton Located on a lO15 ft. lot. I PRICN SCHOOL SECTION INDIAN RIVER fruit tops market. Price te less than a city house; terms
I mont SMALL APT.-Or efficiency apt.. for masonry. corner lot. Price car garage.breezewav. I' rom. 1L i b.th. cr garage. LAKE FRONT-A 3 bedroom home | masonry bungalow 3 good Contact C. B. Davis Realtor for too. Howard Jones with M. 3. Rose.

AGENCY refined Quiet. middleaged. permanent Broker. 1204 E.11.5'1 Price .. with built by o.ne. many -attractive sized bdrom. fully equipped kitchI Indian River Groves 41 W. Wash Broker. 133 8. Main; phone 6977.
1 B R.ator E.rt w.n. available. Allen Johnson Real features oak floors cedar closet furnace -
business 217 I terms I toilet and ington.
TeL ..mao. B. S-tar. ca. 1lh sho.e. AND CHICKEN RANCH-
A. S19. 3236.COLGE tor. 140 N. Or.nl.; 861. "Specializ room large screened porch on ; laundry. Double lot. (12.750. C w. FARM
muck 6-room
UNFURNISHED Apt., WE HAVE SOME GOOD groves land. 3 acres
HOUSEr bJ PARK-New 3-bedroom I log In ... of acres
an acre Walter N. Orange
brautuiJ landscap Realtor 672 :
working couple. chiren or block. 1 tile bath. living which will figure around (1.00O an house 1.000 chickens some fruit
Phone 8106 Thurston HILLCREST AVE.. 1646 E.-Large 5- I grounds with a bach I bedrooms large living Reliable producers with a recrd Price (22.500 Henry CDon.lasr.
AND road.
C ROOMS BATH- Two room and room A real Lola I BOM3 ere. Hard
large closets two ar.n.d bro TWO BEDROOM HOUSE unfurnished Aluminum non-rust dlln. .sparate'j'I room house on corner. lot. 155x136 I'sprinkler sst.m.. Highland; 2-O672. II PRINCETON SCHOOL SECTION rom. elr kithen of performance. David Andrews. Realtor. 23223.KISSIMMEE .

porches laundry trays. hot mater, or partly furnished. $75.PumaD.n dows; tl. sills; 2 large f. frontage. Owner.IVANHOE R..l '50 b.drom. 2 bat large living large closets bdI P.5'tov. Wt'tgr Psrk SECTION Furnished

electria heater 1 a new duplex Jut lphon. lmi. I large screened porch: 1-car I II SHORES-Underprieed bJ, LAKE KR1'.EY-Atractv smaU I room dining room. I room; hardwood and pine floors; pre bouse. S acres cf land cow, aiiick-
fle. (65 mO with year to year I irate Located east of Edsewater this beautiful 2-story bdroms ft i I kitchen sunporcn. screened porch. 1 ; war construction out 53. Acreage for Sale ens, and tractor. R. P 1- Box 197
lea.. children over 10 51. Houses tor sale I Dr. Compare this price and locationat : nll: offers gracious living at I" on lace. 12x15 ft. cabinin I car garage gas floor furnace attic I money won't buy today iadt 723 FRONT Ten
yrs. but pets. Miller. 4000 West $12.500. not G.I. (4.500 down: price. 3 bedrooms. l's rear. Price nO.5o unfurnished. I fan. hardwood for. a large one C.n.aJ Rr. In a CHENEY HIGHWAY-30 acres 3 WEKIVA RIVER acres

33rd St. n ANGEBILT 1944 Built concrete 0.! (2.SOO down Can be seen at bath 1OO ft. close to school and 12.5 for H 1273. i story frame real comfortable I area. 11.5.Some ter. ar- miles out. Also 15 acres 9 miles out. west Longwood. Address N H. _ _
I lt. V. Condict Realtor 37 E. Near school bus. and I first served Imon 5735.iiiET Cross. 5302 Seminole Ave. Tampa,
WILL SHAREHOME;; Congenial block. 2-bedroom cottage on SO ft. lot anytime Exclusive Larry Poach.Broker. bu. only (5.00O cash rD"e Ft come Phone
couple. Please telephone Winter Also extra building. Slayton. I 3-2602. .It required. Ross K. And.r..n. Broler. I Central. Ph. 6137LAKEFRONTClose 1 shops. '. (13 500. Phone Dan I I L I Roberts HIGHWAY acres; 330 Fie.

Park. 649-R. Realtor; 32 E. Pine. 6 1.5. I 375 N. Orange: 6823IVANHOECOLLEGE in. Large lot. Stiles. Guernsey and Green owner premises. ft. frontage on new route to) lake; 10 ACRE FARM-Nice modern furnished _ _
I' 1 Inc Realtors. 21 E. Central. 3 bedroom home in nice repair -
riparian rights. Lovely concretebrick terms. Lane with Her
ADAIR this PARK-Move In. I (50 an acre
S PARK-In finest of locations CLNAL' Surrounded by
owner fruIt trees. Excellent
ROM HOUSEFrn1he. 2 bedroom home Extra large i Goodwin Inc.. Broker; 677 S. BearIng
we hate a 3-bedroom home located Summerlm New bungalow 3 nice bedrom., man
kitchen t rer... lit north and of on a beautifully landscaped 100 ft. between Park.Lake o. and MarksSt. living and dining rooms braht Ith- screen porch overlooking lake. Hardwood I PAR LKBl block from. Here Is Orange. 9S55.GOLDEN garden. land with Good terms.tools F.and A. Allison.equipment. -
r.d Fuel (9.SOO
Pagoda prv.e. corner I lot Large well shaded screened porch: .. In walking dt.nc. of the en tile bath screened e.rag.Ser fors full t.d bath. a real buJ in ti ROD ROAD-One of the W. Washington 7613.
he.r 37 :
Cub t .. fine section close to the . Realtor
bouse.COMFORTABLE. 2-car garage and workshop. (12.500 of Colonlaltown I bun.alo. bus chuch.. shol .t.r. 101 for atah.d e.ral. I best tracts we have seen, for the
with .nlJ S4 cash. balance monthly 2 bedrooms glassed-in sleeping Good value U2.5. St..ar. in Ti furnished brick veneer with 2 money. This place U on bard road ONE OF THE most outstanding buys
-Clean 6 rom home. with H. F. Boland. porch compl.trlJ furnished. Nicely I Realtor. home is new and equipped .It y.ne''a .. living room fireplace Prene1 BLOCK HOUSE-4-room; large front with electricity etc and U situated In the county. 3-bedroom frame

Suitable for 2 couples. mO Realtor Carntan Bide 672 N. Or- lt wth various kinds of JEFFERSON ST.. EAST SECTION I than blnd. electric ,ate be.te. on to screened and porch in Pine Castle. 3 blocks easton across road from beautiful nursery bouse newly refinished Inside and
till 1. Ph. 7316. I Beat (14.700 Phone A. porch also screened and glass between Electricity circulating Coleman
M.J ange. 2-4551. shrubbery. O.ne leaving 3 bedroom frame completely .11. i Conway Road. Bus service; with aU kinds of plants ate. Owner out
UNFURNISHED new mo.rn 2 t ADAIR SECTION (Near Grammar US 0. cash 4500. balance t.r. furnished. hous. assume a I "Buster" Carter. 9516. Jamerson and rear porch that can be a sleeping I 2 Conway lakes Good fishing says let this fine property go for only beater automatic fleming electric

room house; rent ( school). Attractive 3 bedrcoui frame W. 'cholon. Realtor. I S Main; (3.90O 13.5.cas. C. Garletts Carter. Realtors. 1 S. Mam. I.d Brick garage. Sprinkling sys Very reasonable price. Ask fo T. A 975. McKelvey. Broker. 64 E. Central pump: I bedroom furnished. Out

H mile East of Hllh.aJ 1-9 onLongwoodOvledo I bungalow that .built Ic.41. 2 2-1619. Broker. 112 mor"a". Mills. LAKE FRONT-In the Winter Park- .In yard: nicely laodaaP. Im l Barrel in Pine Castle.OPEN ; room 8.jjiFRONTAOEThere'a. buildings chicken yard; on IS acres
Maitland section we offer this possession. t .tor.bu. good land mostly cleared with creek
R. screened porches. Bn. lot 100 X15O KALEY SECTION 2 .. churches and schools.: (12.SOO I FOR ISpEON-Ime pleasure
through It.
running Located
TWO FURNISHED HOUSES large with several (11.SOO. COLONIALTOWN SECTION 1626 SOL choice 1 story home on one of the house. excellent 12-acre B miles
E. In this
tra. blocks frame bungalow with down and terms. I : and profit
estate Bear Winter G.rden Mod Tem available. Exclusive Allen Mt. Vernon Ave. Very beautiful 3 furnished. New rm a. range exclusive lakes In thi section. 2 bed CaU 14.0 Vollick .00. 'I owner. 1512 : St. tract of beautifully wooded high land. east owner.of Orlando 701 Lake(4.500.Davis V, down.
ern. Electric kitchens. Us t.nb Realtor. 140 N. Orange; bedroom. concrete oak floor electric refrigerator circulating oil rooms. livina with frpl. Kolar. 208 S. 7811. Dane i MEW HOMES 4 bedroom Located on a chain of lakes about 6
court boat fishing swim. Adllt I 8612. Specialixtng in Homes.. Price (16 BOO furnished. heat. Price. terms. Owner. 1913Cnamberlin and fine view of lake d1. rom. Main I I I homes. Priced to 28. miles from Orlando. BOO of lake GOOD BUY-S room bungalow andS

only. (375 and (450 for season. BEVERLY SHORES: -2-story. Laterooms COLLEGE PARK-Another buy. 175.. 2-43 Itchen tie overlooking bath nice lake scro.d. 1.- PRINCETON (I block)- !0. Ter. f.nl Realty 392 frontage. Good 4 room cottage. Price acres of rich land oa former
Phone Winter Garden 800 Blue or .o .raa. SOL Rex-McGUl Realtors State experimental farm
I with sun porch dO"tatL Act QUick. if you want SCHOOL SECTION Fur automatic oil 100 feet Furnished bedrooms. 2 I| On. : P.2-2471. SSOOO H cash. near Che.
K h..te. .f neyHlghway.prlce
writ Box 246 S-Star. large bedrooms up. with sun ek ioo n muoD home built year ago. 3-bedroom b J front Rally must be seen to be fully baths flr.plac electric kitchen at- j t GARAGE APT-New: furnished or 128 N Orange Phone 4147 TUusvule.J Fla.Continued. (5.SOO. Box 875

TAI COTTAGE-In Orlando on 13 Pe"a built Beautiful landscaped (2.500 balance (50 month G I i cash 2500. balance : s'a :: Price 21.500 Phone Dan I tachrd garsee. shade and fruit. f 8500. unurhe. Rear shore Lake 40 ACRES surrounded by cltrcsI

fq1e electric rfrl..raW , Grdon-Bk Brokers. 340 N. Or lo.n Evrt Wells. Broker. 1204 E. I I Immediate possession. Ropr l.pprec.tf. Gu.ms.J and Gr.en I $3500 cash Real Estate 30 5. ,I : 1 s.I lots. Phone I troves. Fun cl timber. (500. Tele-
K JamaO
l ; ap.Ca 206 : 3-26 Church and Main. Ic.. Rator CentrL Church; "OpD Sundays." I phone 2-6503. On Next Fate]


From Preceding Pate) I 5$. Real Etat Wanted '1 60. Business Opportunities 62. Loans Up to $300 Ppmesep I 75 t'ged Aot< for Sale i ?6. Trailers Tracks for Sale Wrirn n S-rnttnrl

66 Business Property for Sale NORTHERN BUYERS asking for GROCERY and Market Very .el .-. . y-t. irvcsr C'ir ".. "i rs.r- :. .. r.v.ir P'
small suburban homes list w-th usw equlop.t Doing good business : MONEY WHEN YOU NEED IT-' Tnbt. << c\ n n 't SAT.. DEC 6. 47. PAGE IT

.OU SEVEN MILES North en -- will tell M D. Bailey Realtor eral0n Nice clean t'ock Ac.eptar Corporation Home 'O'i '.7 ,'r. ',,. 1 'ii:ane his . -. ii, I 0 ::. B:. sra 5495g

441. Tatrrn vtth bar and I 30 E. Church Phone 4767. good location long lease. Howard. lire at 4SO N Cranr; Avenue in Or 'om_ __ .II.phone 3-1793 s s.at'_pn.'n4..ior4I __
trill. Modern concrete block bulldmalth -- e Rrallor 1325GROCERY. la ndo. Phone 7136 Offices at Cocoa _
ultra living quarterk Winter Haven and St Cloud Sami I 's-tjn pickup Good as
modern j
FOR IMMEDIT.ATTENTION and FISH and produce mar- P'ORD-33: coupe. 634 N. Femcreek. new Felix Winn. Standard Motors
)earl 2. aero bordering 30 on isle re.Ut "ou propry with I ket service station and woodiard. service Washington and Orange Blossom

trees and 'our cotanl. Williams R.altor. 21 WWa.hnltn Tractor saws and pat grinder. 847 FORD 1940 convertible coupe Radio Trail. 3-1793. HOUR
Good food business established Phone S. Parramore: :I, REAL ESTATE LOANS-Get a small and spot light. Sat. special. $895. I FORD Model A Pickup truck Price

It an outstanding business oran..1 I GROCERY with 6-room loan on your hous when needed Martin's Used Cars. 777 N. Orange: $135. Please can 6344 for information -
FREE APPRASAL on your home 'I at.ched Florida Credit. Pine. lot staIrway -
SPOT further Information can |
We Umata free d.elme. Fronts on paved of Grand
"Buster" Carter. 3-1622. of the market St. location for white and eat Teater.I FORD 1941 ledan. ex-taDc.b for : FORD DUMP TRUCK-4 new tires DRY CLEANING
charge on
and Carter. Realtor S Main. curent isle cheap City Cab Co 243 5Or. 6010 Four
1 1 value of your property. No obligation colored trade. Immediate possession I I bJ. MortRast Loans .1 cheap Cheney Highway.
APARTMENTS' furnished for light Phone 7811. Wm. Mathews with J Price $85OO requiring $4300 cash E I I AsePORD1947 Palms Tourist Home

housekeeping On. now tarant for I Daniel Kolar. Realtor. S Burnett. Broker. 37 S. Mam. Phone bt.- club coupe Low mileage FORD-Panel truck Good condlticn.

Immediate occupancy. Close In. East 'I I LISTINGS WANTED-We have the 2-3063. I I LOANS on aU typ. of property: loc* Fully equipped. $2995. Mar1 Reasonable. See at Heckles Service SERVICEPECK'S

aide. Rents over S3OOO -S650O caste buyers you have the property. 4 acres. 305 seedling trees. I I or snort rate; immediate tins Used Cars. 777 N Orange: 8409. S'ation. 605 N. Garland

will handle. balance on lo terms. Call A. I. Carter. 3-162 Jamerson GRVE house. Estimate 2.0 boxes service. Harlow O. Fredrick ill G.MC-1947 li, ton truck stake
Phon. Mr. Chabot. 5529 6rm N. Orange Ave. Phone 5ORD-l947 convertible coupe Less
3-1:4.I and Carter. 12 S. Drrt-b-mal business I body bowr and canopy tarp This
A. T. Da .33 8. Main.IXTMENT I SUPER ACTION We want exclusive lo. .lh grove. $9.975. than 25 mle. $2395 MarI'sU.ed truck Is like new Used Car Exchance.

HOUSE unltr nicely I i listings for quick sales. Phone Phone Calbr". 2-2221. MORTGAGE LOANS on residential Car. Orange; 840. 219 W. Washington phone 2-2882

furnished. : income. |I ut today. Noble Smith. Real Estate. GROCERY With quarters and busmrH properties in Orlando P'ORD-l935 2-door Runs tood. Good HOUSE TRAII.ER-New M system

This property Is fine conditionand 124 8. Main; 6911. Very Income. n.i. Including and Winter Pak. L. interest rates.Bettes rubber $285 4353 Cheney Highway I completely equipped never been on
well located only 4 blocks from 10 10.50 Investment 25 W. Washington -
HAVE YOU A FILLING STATION for stock Terms. Upstairs in rear I highmav. with or without 1941 De-

City$ Hi Price S 132.. with only j ale We have a cash buyer I Chenault Jennings. Inc- Realtors. St. Phone 851. ; FORD-1946 Super Deluxe sedan Soto inspect and make offer Box QUALITY CLEANERS

Realtort. exclusive Ru-McGII. S worth what you 672 N. Orange; 7234. Priced right Jim Cumbie Car. S04 i| 252-B. Forest City Rd. off Old Apop 813 East WashingtonRepossessed
annt. Frank Crebs. Broker. 507 Meteall REAL costl To ka Highway.
N Orange Phone i
Orange Ave. Phone HIGHWAY 17-92-Beer. wine cest.urant. L"NL. .v. 2-5:1
Building; phone 2-1710. I II I buy. and HOUSE TRAILER-18'. sleeps 4. 2-
APARTMENT BOUSE. 203 E. Amelia. I I ags. 3-bedroom apt. 225 1932 V-8
business property. Trust FirStNational FORD roadster New I and water paint.
Home. apts.. rooms; 3 baths IF vdu HAVE REAL ESTATE for frontage tourist court lite. The Mid : Bank at Dpt.. floor 'oP leather upholstery new paint Corner way wiring of Lake Shore Dr.new and Vlr-

ly furnhed. Good Income. pan-I sale phone 2-1710. Frank Crebs.Realtor. way. R. 1 Box 120. Maitland. 1 miles Air-conditioned Elevator service. motor A-l mechanically; 1948 tag. elniaMinneola.Fla.

114 80. 1480 cash balance 507 Mete.1 BuUdln. Over I N. Orlando. Ed Harris 2-2284 _
1947 Liberty. 27
20 real elt.te. HOUSE TRAILER-
APARTMENT BUILDINO-Five- ,e.r.ln. RESTAURANT with beer license Old I $12.OOO WANTED for 1 year 6'Interelt. ft Bottle gas. Used 6 months. See
ern well furnishedunits. WANTED-2-bedroom furnished homeIn established business on Route 1.
.Ifntalne. rooms double I College Park or Colonialtown I I Orlando in heart of Frt mortgste on brand at 1321 30'h St _ _ _ _
azd U.II I 40 miles from new motor t 7 units and two 2- fRS-V-8's. Model A's from 192!
and twin bedrom.kitchenettes Must be under tlO.OOO: will pay cash I i; city of Titusvllle. P. O. Box 171. I bedroom bungalows Masonry con- sedans HOUSE TRAILER Howard 1945. bn- i

dlettes wih .. Close Larry Powell. Broker. 3-2602 atrurtion. Highway 1192.Iue $30.000. .. Stomp( 4 w Coups ones New location. lane cooking l'i blocks north off 9 new GAS RANGES and

lIr. : best "tlOn''| WANTED bedroom home In exchange I RET.URAN-d down town 10 Ph. WInter Park 2-299J. U I can't tell you right I wont tell Michigan on MayerHOUSETRAILERl946 WATER HEATERS
yield substantial for high class guest home. e.ton $60.00 per day you wrong. From $185 $399. J. Travel-Light
Conservative direct B..r wine licence included in I I R Homefolks' 333 N. Main. Groveland. Fla. 27 ft. bottle gas
dea 5613. Claybaugh. Realtor. Brand
New Crc
lnltenL.Ib 418 Br . I C.l sale price of less than S500O. Equip BU OR BU your own home. Use Smith stove: electric hot water heater Alcondition. . ;isy
WE HAVE BUYERS wanting groves. > Reduction Finance
ment is tood. For a real buy- I
Fruit and
the Grove
See Al at
business and homes. For Plan." and Quality Ranges
i property show you this money maker. ClydeMcKenzie. Bee First Federal Savings
immediate tale lift with F. A. Allison. Broker. 104 W. CentralAve. Lan Association of Orlando. 50 East FORD.-1940 business coupe. good Packing Co in Oroveland

BUSINESS PROPERTY Buildlna I I Realtor. 37 W. Wanhington. 2-4775. at Court Street. Weekdays 12.5aturdan engine 5 new tires very clean private HOUSE TRAILER-15 ft. Built in i, 30% DISCOUNT

suitable for small manufacturingplant. HOUSE WANTED Have buyer for 9-12. owner $850 306 E. South St. cabin's. sink and bed Good condition
laving quarters second story I
down and Station. Winter -
you I walker Service
with four bdm.. Furnished apart furnished mod.e 3-bedroom horns RSTAURNT-:60 Grossing $100 I 'Here yore, folks, only a quarter-you cant tell the FORD 1939 2-door. New paint Garden. Fla -
ment for S50 per Allen Johnson. Realtor. 140 N. Orange good tires drives nice. A good buy. \Vj-t Be S-d! A*
0 dally Location excellent, possibilities month. Brick construction. Mr. ; 8612. "S daUxn. In Romeg.bU. better Full details in office. Wilbur 61. Help U anted-Female players without a program! I Jim Jrrmsan' Used Cars. 600 W. Cental HOUSE TRAILER-Royal coach. 24'.

Wmdham for O. P. Swope. Phone 3-1946 perfect condition tleept 4. Butane
23 W. Church.RESTAUANI

Realtor. 6 I&t detail.Pe: Phone :812. Business oppnunlUe Srlckl.nd. Brok.r. AVON nationally COSMETICS advertised In product.big demand Fall 66. Sales Help Wanted I I8TP 74. Auto-Traier Wanted I FORD 1937 Convertible. club coupe. gas. 'electric new Coleman brakes.gasra$1.430 nse.See"owner 01; heatcc. LIBERAL TERMS

I ,01 want a neat and holiday season mean big profit Perfect mfhanlc.U Bargain at at Sanford Bowling Alley. 206 Magrolla -
ro.urant. on OrangeAve. for our representative. We have open- FILLEY MOTORS. INC will buy. tell $435. R. S Evans phone 4321 or 4771I Ave ph. 9160.HOUSETRAU.ER21'.

BUSINESS BLEW. AND APT.-Store ADVERTISING AND .. grossing $1000 at a very Inn in Orlando and surroundingtowns. I or trade your car for the high I condi-
PRIG FORD 1941 Good good
or shop 19x36 and 4-rm modern I business- very reasonable figure tee Mr. HUde- Write Naomi Seabury 311. 10th dollar. See u at 200 W. Centrl or I busln.s coupe.
apt. on main highway, corner 80x134. brand today. King Real Estate. 30 E. Ave.. East Mt. Dora.; Fla. National organization opening Central ; Phone 5416. j t! mecahnical condiIon Good body. lion Hoosier Trailer Park see E'.i'.s
and tires quick I gale.I USED
Attached garage and storage laundry Modern up-to-date printing Church; 8435. "Open Sundays.. Florida through to East Coast. Excellent I oTRAILER Schult 18.

thower. chcken fruit Well built Business running around plant CASHIER-For night work: must b opportunity for energetic men R. S. EVANS. "World's. Lart Auto I Jim tralHUDSON Jernigan Used Cars 600 W. Cen- Brakes clean $950 cash LakeShore

attacUv an $8850. some 000.00 year. Completely 110.- experienced. Apply in person 70 or women who desire quick ad.ance Dealer" it only Interested in buyIng ;, Dr.. Little Lake Barton. Or
I sale in Clermont. ,
.. Owner 6581 _ _ _ _ equipped in all departments. Favorable RTAURNT-For and doing good Orange. ment. We train you You can easily the finest Will purchase .n I I 1941 convertible clean lando.

CENTRAL AVE.. W.-Ideal business lease on building. Details will be business. ; : : 0ca any day I COUPLE WANTED Active, earn $500 monthly. Profit basis. Opportunity year make or model and pay an Unbelievable ,,. throughout Radio heater. 1.10. HOUSE TRAILER-1946. Alma. 21.
to in .
get on ground No. after
site 237 ft. fronting on Central I furnished upon request. An opportunity before 1:30: :. See Mr. frank I enced permanent. Man to uprt of an international expanding for price on the spot. Call Dubsdread "Pl. 4 sleeps 4. excellent condition sacrifice -

T 2OO ft deep. $100 per front ft. Exclusive s get In on an e.tablsbe Sherry. i grounds and help with house. Womanto isation 4321 or 471.T"CTR j HUDSON CODPE-1938: 5 new tires. at $1.3OO Carolina Moon Trailer.
with Louis S. Dolive. Broker; health a radio. healer. fog lights. cotI Stacer. lot 32
I I buole. O.n.r forc. aal.I SUNDRY STORE-Located in growing I cook and care for house. State For Inte.le. see Mr. McCullouth any .a
> 5157
37 W. Washington 8412.EOOEWATER Moffat with good CaU
: '
nationality. and In WANTED-Will buy good .. conditon. Mod.: 47 Zunaner 27'
'I community: wonderful .1 experience week day morning. 8 30 to 9 30. 39
DR. Several choice I .. off sale opprtun.ty.Sand.lche. . I first letter. Must have good refer E. Central Orlando or call 2-1684 .m John Deer or Fordwith I I Trade for : or Fluid Drv. sleeps 4. full sue: E M FVleidaire. 219 Washington _ _
business locations in this fast O. P. SWOFE REALTOR e East rl.e substantial income. Bargain D, ence. Good salary and home Box Applicants Interested U"lg outside lights I and firm equipment. A. I 2501 Conway Rd.MOTORCYCLEFamous tandem a heels, butane gas heat.

growing section available. 50 to 100 Fine. quick sale. Owner leaving for North. : 119 S5Iar.COUNTE. towns may write exp.rleae L Lewis. Rt. 3. Ph. 6274. I 1 lightweight Carolina Moon Trailer. Webb PHONE 22882QUALITY

ft. frontage Can be bought on eU"tr. Ph. I briefly. I "James" 130 miles per gallon: TRAIIERS-Glider. 25'. excellent
940. I II GIRLS wanted at Tramor ON-THE-SPOT CASH PAID for good HOUSE
Paved street leverage and bump erasing springs $355'-$153
SUNDRY STORE-New fixtures long : Interesting and clean used Jim Cumble Cars. condition: price reduced
c. I cars.
Carrigan and Boland. t.na. I down balance 10 D. Varner.I
I lease. Lakeland. Fla. Write Box'I .ork. Experience not necessary. 904 North Orange Avenue Phone Inc 234 W. month. from $1.850 to $1.350. Also custom
; 672 N. Or.ne: Carrt- OPPRTm I C.ntra! Zimmer. 2T. apt. size butane
Ic. owner BUSIES 218 S-Star for full particulars. you are courteous and willing applytoday. 'SALES RPRESENATE-Exp.rl- 2-4521. new
Ia .; 2-51. 2-108 CentaLPesot I MODEL A FORDS-Also coups. Hot full size bed. price reduced from
V. Ste.. SHOE REPAIR SHOP-In Sanford. I h. cea Largr e.r : :. draw TO GET TH MOST money for your :i, kiln'.o motors. .boic. $2.750 to Z.Z50.. Wtniert. 3339 S. CARS

OUT HOtS2 blocks of Or- Completely equipped with landis DESK GIRL WANTED-See Mist road expense. Good established ter- car call or tee L. P. Kagan. Central !; $ . "Homeolk." SmIth 711 Orange Blossom Trail.

eaa Is this BAR AND GRILL-Beer and wine li- "400" line: 14 ft. finisher; model Welch Yowell-Drew-Ivey Beauty I' rltory open. Give ful informationfirst Fla. Motors. 100 W. Jefferson; ', N Orange PALACE-1948 Originally $3350. For '47 BUICK Roadmaster. Tcar

3-story house with 4 bedrooms and e.n. Gd puncbboard business.Furnished "K" curved needle stitcher; Singer I I I 1 I letter. Box Buena Vista 2-2424. I| MOTORCYC- 1946 Indian Chief. 3 days only $2995. Frank Reed 6 weeks old. Radio and .eater

large sleeping porch. Could very elI room house electric patching machine: atco leather con- Station. Miami 37. Fla.i BADLY months Will sacrifice Trailer Sales. 201 N. Orange Blossom
1946 1947automobiles
be converted into 7 or 8 . kitchen and washing machine on ditioner: less motor: Lamac turn cement EXPERIENCED SALESLADY Good and I for quick sale at 55O. R. S. Evang Trail. '46 OLDSMOBILE "96" Sedan.
and older _ _ _ _
rooms For quick sale. 11.0. W. B. property aZack'. Place. Pine Castle. prccs bench tools: lasts; work wages steady work for right p.ry. i I ilL r.mpicument AgenciesBRowN'S cars. Harley I phone 4321 or 4771. Bydramatio. Olds best and almost
N. Orange.HOUSEKEEPERAlso. Wadsworth. 615 North Orange ST9iART-l946. 27', tandem wheels
Nicholson. Realtor. 8. ; 2-1619. bench and small amount of stock. ,4 A. new.

1 BAKERY FOR SALE-Good location; $2100; 113 W. 13th.- Snford. er. of chilI I i I PERSONNEL SEVIC Telephone 8591.GETTOPCAH. I J CY-1946 4-door side wall sedan.tires.A Barnes sleeps air 4:conditioning 3 closets heater twin sinks.high

; GUEST HOME-Nicely furnished well wholesale and retail: selling because TOURIST COURT and trailer Park. dren. Room board salary. 612 i I I Wkd Nurses' Registry. If rL I PRC for model.your car 1 also d.p radio, heater hte air horns doors, partically furnished Half cash '46 PACKARD Custom Sedan Overdrive
I Used 5ItU"ht.
located 2-story frame guest home; of Illness; very cheap. Inquire Will tell for true value by owner.Pctvateparty Anderson; '40.M"RKERHECKER. to 515 W e I you Car male W. WashingtonSt. I and other extras clean terms. Armstrong Trailer Park about radio land heater Like

Na brom. house l.o condition: 215 Boone St.IBWUO only. Box 221. S-Star. cleaning want hep. call 6326. EKchana.- thruout. A bartam at (2O95. R. S. 3 miles North on Apopka Highway. new and priced below market -

hPt oak tile roof; TOURIST- frontage I Reliable I 1 Ei an*. phone 4321 or 4771 ___ Flat. 43 PACKARD Super Sedan. Over
CtRTt. experienced. SEMI TRAILERS Gramm -
69. Work Wanted-Female
price Ask for I H-181 Harold lust I WANT
$1.50. on State furnished. I 100 CARS-Any an A-I 1 drive radio iDd heater.
sedan available. ,
140 W. FairbanksAve. prt. MERCURY 1942 coupe. New. 26 to 30 foot lengths
V. 37 E. Central Craner.
Concct. Realor. 3-room hous for owner and 8 other j .. mike or model! Phone bUJ.r 1 conHition. For sate or trade I Will sell below factory cost Write
; _ _ _ _ _ _ ALLEY houses h..e 11 tourist rooms. Reduced I Pak.I COOK housekeeper. companion. drive in StHers Pontiac. 62 W. Colonial Bob Watts 105 N. Hughey. Ph. s Gaynon Iron Works. P. O. Box 3006 '42 CADILLAC "63" Sedan. Vary

GUEST HOUSE-Near lake. Due toW to $23 500 for quick Bslf. account -I PAYROLL CLERK WANTEDExpert|I I' capable of manalnl home Prefer. j I! Phone 2-2310. i 2-door. Excellent I or phone Jacksomille. Fla 5-7914 low mileage. 1 owner car
Southeast Conway MERCIJRY-194i
health. must sell 6 bedrooms, 2 Here one of the best buys in Cen- of A. C Golden. Broker. enced. Apply "
t Ine. I Ditlhuton. Adults only Ph 49B5. 9 to 7. GET CASH IN S MINUTES Any throughout RAdIO and 5EMJ-TRAILERS. Also 2 Chevrolet 41 OLDSMOBILE 66" 2 door M.
all | jI
alleys ofunderpass I
baths kitchen large breakfast living room nook dining screened room. I bowling tral forlda. 7 excellent. service counters.pin Branch 1-92.Sunday.3L> miles north Pie loh Ave __ I I I ton COMPANION-For motherless family j I make"or model StarlingAlexanderj .ondltol r. Jernigan Used Cars tractors Slough Grove Com dan. Radio, nice clean car

fur- 50x98 building PBX OPERATOR-Day work 49 hour Experienced refined I. Write 501 N. Orange Au. Phone! 6OO w Central. Phone 3-1946 pany. Dade City. Florida '47 CADILLAC 62" Coupe Eat very-
corner lot. CompletelY ball machines: With I
Off 17-92
porch TOURIST COURT a week. Must be experienced Givereferences. j I 7875.I .
Including has 2-car lare. located In the of a thriving 2 bedroom furnished-house for 1 Box 240 6-5ta. I MERCURY-1940 convertible coup SPARTAN See the latest. Frank thins and almost new
nhed lnen. her owner Write Box
and garate apt. I I town Business returning $60O 1-bedroom furnished house and 3 10 Sta.SECRET"RYt.noeaph i I COMPANION TO ELDERLY person or Ii j I 75. toed' Autos for Sale 1 Radio A real bargain. Sat on: Reed. 201 North Orange Blossom 41 CADILLAC "60" Special Sedan

Fed Parrels. Broker. 8561 or 4328 | to $700 monthly; $21.000 bun It aU. small furnished 1-room units for tour- r. also re- care for children In your home $895 Martin's Used Cars. TraiL '41 CADILLAC "62" Sedan Hydramatic -

GUEST HOME-Close In. Busy street. Convenient terms Exclusive with lets. Only 122.0. A. C. Golden. old established downtown retail Job witn or- Night or day Call at 101 Liberty BUICK 1939 Special 4-door sedan Orsnge. 8409. TRAILER-We are moving Dec 10. and everything Uow

G income. 1:0 down terms. LANE BRADFORD. BROK1204 Broker. 1121 Ave.. Winter Reply to Box 201 S-Star. St. Apt B. Mrs Maude Ksrr. Original blue finish -very cleanthroughout. MERCRY 1946 S-passenger club Must dispose of 1947 Conway coach mileage.J. .

Bo 24 -& E.; Colonial. Ph 223.B. Park. 188 Open Sunday. ,I I ,unlzton.. qualifications COUPLE Americans white thor- Special today only I at t mileage perfect condition -25 ft. all aluminum sleeps 4. carpeted
ful I $895. R. S Evans, phone 4321 or 4771. throughout A special at $1995 lane living room: only 6
HOME and 3 extra TOURIST COURT Cabins and trailer best references C. McKELLAR
OUT Best construction .part park. Inquire- TuU.rPak. I SECRETARYtenoe.pber.. Aisistant ouahJ up.rl.n.d.Box 239. 'R 8. Evans, phone 4321 or 4771 months old Best Offer this week INC
ment. ; 10 Wolverine Civic Club. full 6-Sta BUICK '47 Special like Trailer
takes. Lot 36 Carol Ann
; ful,furnished. Including lin Rt. I. mile North Titui/tile. By i time. permanent. start January 1. DAY WORK Wanted No coklne. I new: low Sed.nete. MERCRV-194 convertible coup Park
mleale m.ron fnIh. in
there is
en T. J. Lindorff. Realtor. owner. I as
Ophelia Prison. W. Robln.on. to.
137.0. i Ph. 9686 for appointment by
. COCKTAIL LOUNGE and Pack GIFTShop. 96 Orllln.1 own.r d..1er sltb. M perfect Joel's Used Cars TRAILER-18 foot with awning.
2-3183 YOUTHS WOMEN'S DRESS hanl..li
Located busy streetFixtures GENERAL OFFICE WORK-Typing. 410 No phone. I <
Store- on STENO-CLERK-Young man Pln5eI ,! at estaursn t. 2998 B. Kuhl.i Sleeps four. Ralph's Trailer Park
441 100 feet highway $6 Chris-i Jol II
and attractive. Offered Best lo.ton. 50. experienced part full time
HGHWAY new I write P.O Fox 3306 quailI or
60 feet deep. 4-room 2 days only at $11.000. Call Mr. Hl- man Real Estat. E. Hampshire I flrsti onsan 4 salary .Iatn. Please phone II BUICK-1939. clean throughout. i I NASH- 41. 4 door sedan new 1947 U S. 441. North Leesburg.

house with $4.00O cash. Lin- debrand with King Real Estate. 30 E. phone 2-4160. I 3-3'91 $950. privately owned Car can be motor. good rubber. A-l .b.p TRAILERS New and used. New"American"
Broker. 23O8 Edgewater. Phone I STENOGRAPHER WANTED-General HOUSEKEEPER-urSmald. business seen at 19th and Orange Blossom clean Price $89 Call evenings : 4 models New
.n. 8435. Open Sundays. WItI, TURN 10 lots -
7739. "List with Lnton". Church I responsIble and I office work Permanent Job. Write couple pref.rr.d. r.l.bl. considerone Trail Shell Filling Station ''to 9. 600 Malay St "Southern Sell Complete. $1650
factory oi"uJr 0 Box 2406. child. : live out ,
to P.
HIGHWAY 92 and Orange I lake second mortgage BUICK-1946 Super and Roadmast.r OLDS 1936 8-cyltnder. Will sell Accessories: "Colenvn" and "Preway"stove
solo 1.. otter a fine Bo. BOWLING petition. AuYSNe.rbY. No. Total com rlgan & Boland. Inc. I "'AITUSSES2: experienced neat; MAID AND COOK want work. I Sedans Priced right Jim Cornice,! I 1 cheap Location 655 N. Garland. parts, dollies awnings bottle "TOUR PACKARD DEALER1

ibis of sites suitable for tourist trade only Excellent income. gan Bldg.. 672 N. Orange; 2-4551. Llnn Drl e-In. 3 blocks 906 Tederal St _ _ _ _ Cars 904 N. Orange Ave. Phone 2-. ] Stanley's Service Station. It: is. equipment etc. Ankeny Trailer
property. David Realtor. price 180. I beyond radio Winter N 8 hour 4521 I Sales. 54O N. Orange Blossom Trail. 312 N. Orange Are. Shuns 9147
Adew. Call or wra detU. Escitisivelisting. 23 BOATS- cabins. I motors and to.er. REGIRE RE-W.nls OLDSMOBILE 37; 4-or. clean. Phone 22505TRAILERSSee
Winter Park. DanIel Garden Rd day n. 17 a Winter BUICK-47 Sedanette Like
J. equipment. 35 acres land. Klllary Special I Saturday noon and Sunday.

INCOME PROPERTY on highway. 7 Kolar. 206 S Main. 7811. n Fishing Camp. KI.rnE, Fla. W.IRE5Exprl.ncedP1.ase .p Park 911-W b..n 1 antI 7. I ne. low mUealE. maroon fllsh. se S Dade._ _ _ ___ __ the new "Goshen"
tandem with plastic sides. Also National
miles from Orlando 2 furnished : at by daily 1
with living quarters. Hou. nr.lnal o.n.r s 1939 2-door
R Liberty Streamlite system
duplexes net income of $2OOO North Oranae home day Sunday parties only :
Telephone 2.1042
wit taurant and Beer. guest homes and apartments. all I A.nu. dan: original owner
D.nto.n loa- ti at Young s Trailer Sales Orange Blossom
plus room furnished bunga- Smith. 410 E. Livingston No phone Just
tion. High earnings. . showing good return on Investment. WHITE GIRLS for counter sock.Meals. I _ overhauled. $950. 671 N. Trail at Amelia Phone 2-0935. Telling
low on 2 acre tract touching on nice Only $4750 with good terms. All "Speak to Spiegel." Whitney Spiegel unIform. lturan.e and paid 70. Work Wanted-Male I CHEVROLET 1936 4-door sedan: Apt 5

1.ke. Prise 118,000. WrIt o.nr Boa equipment and stock IncudP. Goodlong Realty Co. Realtors. 706 Metcalf vacation furnl.h.d. Apply Manager good motor and tires-$150 4353 I OLDSMOBILE-1940. 4 door; hydra- TRAILER 4 wheel utility stake The Folks
208 8-Star. body seven by twelve: 5 good tires
First Morrison Cafeteria. W. Central. AUDITING and statistical work. bookkeeping Cheney in rear.
Ie. Bldg 2-3269 _ _ _ _ H'lh.a. Up.t.lr matlc drive 2421 E. Central
See 6avae Auto Service
I I at corner
LUCERNE SECTION Attractive 2- this and clerical banking -
problem experience. My
Owners personal putt WHITE WO> cook CHEVROLET I93S 2-door sedan. A,
I Here -Exorl.nce hvdramatlc soI Kohl and Gore._ _ _ _ _ _
story solid eontreton. 10 delightful bU.lne.on the market at acrf.e. BUSINis-.1 store together with j I for drive-in r..taurant. Le- I Box 236- S-Star.- .od as yon will find in town. Joel's I OLDSMB194 Recently overhauled -
oil I
wire W A. TRUCK TRACTOR InternatIonaL
or -
bat. wih location 3 blocks beyond CARPENTER-Mason. or lived Cars at Joel III Restaurant.
groceries and drug sundries fine Drive-In
heat. Completely furnished. Lrle lot. J. Daniel Kolar. 206 8. Main. '81. good business exceptionalFOR .Ion Radio towers. Winter Garden WORl. I done Phone paPtnc J993 S. IU50 cuh or will trade for D-40. Sleeper cab. air brakes excellent
I 4613I Kuh.CHEVROLET1947 1940. 1942 Ford or Chevrolet PhI
Money maker. Weir ttres. G M. C. truck
System. 628 E. 13.0. leave. "SP.I to 8plea.I. Whitney : CABINET years' experi- convertible 1103 I 2-4325 Sat or Mon. or Sun. NEWLOCATION
Pne 461. SpIegel Co.. 306 Met- 65. Help Wanted-Male M.KER2 I .r a tandem axle 825x20 tires, steel canning
LOCKHART Relsr. i .nce .s Calif. Kitchen actual mIles R.dlo. A beautifulblue I 1719 W Central plant type body. A real bargain.
; propertysuitable .
Bide 2-J269.
speclalt" Rt. 7. Box 180
Right Jim Jernixag
I .ork price. I
VIe OLDSMOBILE 1941 Diamond T. Sales and Service Co-
for any business. Reason ATTENDANTS for Service 4-or. Maon.
Slaton. land Rd.EXPERIENCED
Used Can. W. Central Ph 3-1946
able. Inquire Lockhart P. O. K Close In. down town. five. operator OPPRTNIn.la.e $35 weekly. Imperial 60 I Good rubber runs very nice. 1 3 103 S. Orange Blossom Trail.

Baone. shop. Just completely red.corated or small Co 1240 Orlando Ave ._Winter_Park. MECHANIC-Perma- I CHEVROLET Club coupe. Very down balance 15 months Jim J rnl.n ZIMMER-In the new 21 ft. size.

OP LAND-With living quar Nice furniture and Terazza with Asher Peter. Realor. 12 S. Main. BUS DRIVERS-WANTED-Two Must ,' rent resident with family Construction I I clean Felix Wino Standard Mo- I ". Used Cars 6OO W. Central Ph Frank Reed Trailer Bales 201 N.
2-786. worker, maintenance, and > Washington and Orange Blos- 3-194S.
Plenty room gorespanainn.Lose Orange Blossom Trail
flIACR8 40x54 ft. building; grocery flor. be 24. not 30. height 5 9 'IOr.
Price BUSIEST beer and wine bar In town. : over f clerk. Available at Trail' 31793.CHEVROLET .
lease at $60 per month. shpplnl on.
stork 1938 sedan Good motor
: filn. station in In. weight ISO lbs Must be to PLYMOUTH- ZIMMER TRAILERS Frank Reed
front; In the hur Oviedo. See 13.50.0. Cal evenings. 54 W. Church. gi nancexe If for 3 .. .. See .Mr. God r.r.r.nc. W R. Coleman. Rt. 1936 Town sedan. and tires Repossessed. 19. 4353 Trailer Sales. 201 North Orange _
3. Box 279. Orlando
Mrs. Ola .. premIse FOR SAL Grocery and market. W.n.r, Dispatcher. Union Sue Siation. - Looks runs and drives .o. Yours I 1 Cheney Highway upst.lr Blossom Trail
YOUNQ dentists HARLOW G. FREDRICK Business good reason for selling. Or.ndo.] MASON WORKOu.r.n ed.-I for only $495. R. S. pboni t New tires. 333 N. MAIN
ZIMMER With the aluminum bodv.
DR.home notc Broker. 118 N. Orange Ave Dial 97 N. Bryan St.. corner Washington. class work. C. Holsworth White 4321 _or_4771._ PLYMOT-19w2Or withProphutt'a" Frank -Reed Trailer Sales. 201 N

1.erom. Completely furnlhP.wih In 8188. TRUSTWORTHY MNOR WOM.-N BODY AND PAINT MAN CaU 2-2382. Trailer Park hl.h. : 92 w..t CHEVROLT 1937 2-door. Clean. Used Cars 50 W. Central Orange Blossom Trail. >
business district In St. time. MASON. CARPENTER I "Profit with 4 Block North of
P.r .nlre WORt .od
Year lun.por.loa.
23rd Consecutive ZIMMER-27 ft with tandem wheels
to responsible I Or.ndo. bar and women's Tampax ma- block. etc. W. Cen- I
party. "
Fan BARBER WANTED Good guaranteesndeommiss.n. Chtmn. PophIU. C.r 50 PONTIAC 1946 Sedanette A beautiful Frark Bred Trailer Sales 201 N Post Office
elsro. Realtor Rm. 4. Central chines. Good Income. No experience 665 N. Orange VETERAN-Married a.21-H.e 11.1_ .I".s black car with white Orance Blossom Trail.

7407. reued. $345 cash neded. Write. Ave had .lprl.nc. meeting and d..I- CHEVROLET Sedan Really clean side wall tires radio air conditionerand
BABE SHOP-Fat.l.. 4 doors phone and address. Box 228. Ing in good business. Hog -good motor Looks and 1 other Like brand new ZIMMER-With Frigidaires. Frank Fords-Chevrolets
the COLORED COOK-Experience necessary tth 1111n' lta. Reed Trailer Sales. 201 N. Orange
57. Real Estate ExchangedWILL worker job $2.395 R S
st.r. Had. ambiton. d..lr. drives nl.e Also coupe for $195 throughout pa.at
Ploesorn Trail
Barber. TramorCafeteria
Apply Mr. Williams Plymouths
OLD ESTABLISHED BAR in heart of with future learning J. R. "Homefolks" Smith new locatirn. I Evan phone 4321 or 471

TRADE $350O equity In I BOB KERR MAII and Sports Wet Palm Beach for sale at sac business Excellent references. Please 333 N. M.ln.CHEVRLE194._ PACKARD 1946 clipper deluxe complete URGENT SALE-27 ft. LaSalte trailer. Model A's
modern 7 room country home for Equipment at 218 East due to ill health of owner. COLORED HOUSEMAN and yard write Box 220 S-Star brand Fully furnished. Mast be sold

late model ear. preferably '46 or '47. Plant Street. Winter Garden. P15.Telephone Fine buslne. long I.a.e. If Interested man Permanent Job for good reliable TWO AMBITIOUS veterans club coup. Lk. with ev"accessory. less within 3 days Inspect and make offer from $185 to $395

Forced tiade. Un.n 10 miles from 24SRe.BA W Krlck. Broker. 120N. worker. See M. Burrell. 2710N. young office opcl.l. 11: new tr. .ptle.offer Awning new dolly new tires. _
permanent or .
Orlando Road. H. d..lr. lair tin s Used C.r. Ornge. 8409. than 5.00 Butane chairs all Included.Ph Coupes, Sedans. Pick-ups
on C. PACKAGE STORE-Well E St.. Lake Worth. Fia. Orange Ave.COUNTRME positions In Orlando or Winter Park; $280O Principals only.C gas tank :
Dills. No. S. Box 570. Orlando.Fla. "N CHEVROLET-1946 convertible coupe. 2-8672.
R R I establihed. Proven money maker. WANT YOUR OWN BUSINESS?-A Experience neceOan. 3 yrs college Box 237. 8-Star J. Krlhb.um. R F D. 2 Box 191
like Fully equipped White Isidewall | Hog Killing Good Motors
Lue. lcn.furniture fixtures and territorial opening suddenly has a week Good pay and COLORED-MAN -position aslicenser C. TRAILERS for sale or rent partly
RETIREMENT IN JUNE requires .tok liquor AU for tlO.OOO appeared which covers several counties working conditions. Apply Mr. tires. $2095 Saturday special f. furnish.. 1346 w 24th and Nashville
larger home. will trade. difference plus inventory. Information at office surrounding a good sized Florida Cafeteria. WIl.ms. .. butler Call Matn'. Used C.r. 777 PACKARD" 1946 8' Clipper 4-door St Orange Blossom Trail
Winter Park low milease.
cinder block hous. bed only. James J. Hlckett Realtor 1317Sllgh town. Direct-selling experience essential CARPENTER-Experienced T.mor and sober 2-297 I Orange. 8409. N'I price.edan right Fully 82395 equipped.. Evans. phose J. R. (Home Folks) -

rooms. 2 full baths. .IH.a.h Venetian Blvd.. ACLR Depot. Operate under an exclusive Steady work for the right man 11. Airplane ales and Service CEVROL-1938 coupe. 421 or 4771.PLYMOUTH a
blinds electric single BUSINESS LISTINGS franchise. ability will al bargain $595. '
NEEDe Or..nln. D. D. Riddle. Ph 7560. : cen. Machine
garage ttore room maids toilet Harlow G. pay big. No trlps- TWIN ENGINE rating on Grumman I" Usd Cars. 777 N Orange. 1941 Sedan. Radio Sewing
fruit trees. At 453 Melrose Ave.. FedrIck NBule but shirt sleeve and on-the-job action COUPLE WANED Active experience Widgeon: land. tea and Instrument.Veteran's 8409._ I heater, exceptionally good m SMITH

Winter Park for Orange County 3- Headqu.rer. 18 Is necessary Surprisingly small c.p nt Man to care for training. Orlando Aviation 1942 Special DeLuxe I cl, Jim Cumbie Cars 904 N. Orange Operators
DOWNTOWN Had..re bu.lne. and house. Woman CHEVROLE Ave. Phone 2-4521.
bedroom home with minimum 1 bed ital Investment in proportion to .ounds
863 absolutely
Country Club Ph Winter Park Fully equipped
Complete stock and lease For only for Statenationality .d.n
room and bath ground floor. Income-and quickly The productIs and care bous.
on PLYMOUTH-1946
clean from
32 E. Pine; and experience in AIRPLANE For sale trade forreal bumpr bumpr. coup.Cen
age or
Preferably In or near Winter Park. 1650. Slatn Ralor. nationally dutrbltned Ability not Today's best buy price right Jim Cmbl. Ca. 94
Arriving Dec 10 for 3 day Notify ace is Important Write in confi first lettr. Must have good nfer.nc. estate Ho..rd 5 place with Evans, phone 4321 or 4771 N Orange Ave 2-521 Steady work good pay. 5-day neck
relatives in house. Ph. Winter Park. RESTAURANT. $10000 dence. Box 227. S-Star Go. and home. Box 120 6 450 h p Pratt and Whitney engine.In Congenial surroundings
DWNTW : Sedan New paint
excellent condition Ready to go Convertible
116-W Better snap this up coup Boa leaves Un on Station at 7 IS a m.
RESTAURANT and lunch countf. ] anywhere night or day Can be seen Hydramatlc. radio etc and one owner .1 CumbleCart.
now. Florida climate not aCreewith WANTED betwee oases of Dr.en I.. trr. Stops at door
&!.-i._ Iteach Property o.n.r. For dO. ...: .3.9.. Home established t.r. stand.Rent S7S Roper mo. DRIVE Must be resident Gf at Bohannon and Fenn. Orlando Air than 3.0 miles. Peal grey rlor 94 Orange Av. 2- LOW PRICEDTransportation
Base. with leather SUNNYTOWNSEWING
Tan Hoten. Broker. 6 W. Church. fair uphol.tef. .ht.
Vee Realty. Church and Nato; 2-3433. Orlando for 6 month" Have _
LOT BY OWERn beach side In Rm. 12. 5504. knowledge of cit ygtree te Yellow VETERANS FLIGHT TRAINING for side .al. tires. WI ..1 oUlr.ht PLYMOUTH-1941. 7 passenger special PLANTCASSELBERRY

new re.ldent.1 SOxllA. DRIVE-IN REST In good Cab Co 43 E W.bln.ton.IOS private. commercial. instructor R S. E.an or deluxe. clean good condition
Sacrifice Write Box 277. doing"URAN. "' Has ratings On-the-Job me- 4771 priced right will take good light FLA.Motor
WORKER-Experienced orna- .
New Smyrna Beach. Fla. lo.ton lea. reasonable rent. With or A CHRISTMAS PRESENT m.nta Be able to do electrIc andacetylene mut-enaln..hanlc ". Ryan Ft.ld. Apopka. CADILLAC 1941 "62" 4-or sedan.Original I truck in trade. C. Holsworth. White ,
WATCH Clark F. lustrious 2-tone one Trailer Pak. west on highway 92
C-IE.C Opening without living quarters Want a present weld and do own lay outwork fa flnlh.
season "Ith oU.rln. 3-bedroom Bryan Business Opportunities 118'a buy Crltma. I 1. R 0 Coffman Co Inc o.n.r. low mileage To say PONTIAC 1940 Convertible cubcouP.
house. p..kaae 72. for Rent except 'llke brand new' would bea's ,
1 block from E. Central; phone 2-0237. AutoTrurk. New top. new finish
bah 18.0 lounge Location it tops. MEAT CUTTER-Must be experi- MINOR 1946 DODGE Like
coklal und.rtatm.nt. Sec at R. S.Evns. and other extras Run? Pick-up
fUhe 11.70 I. DOWNTOWN BUSINES. privately real money. Modern bar and enced. Apply at once to John Hate.Parramore D. VARNER itourself. or 4771.
rnt Pclphe. Rar. Cocoa equipment. Also fancy In- U-DRIE-I-Drv Jhone and lok. like new. Only U0 R. S new $1335
owned. Wi 5.1 s over grocery and Jackson low
cash. No work In- meats and all modern : mi. CHEVROLET-l937 4-door sedan. Evans phone 4321 or 471.
3 .
years D. 234 W. Tune
cudlD "QuIp NATIONAL FINANCE and Loan Company V.m. U-D.-I. I 1940 CHEVROLET
leaving town capablemanagement. freeze walk-in Perfect condition. Radio heater PACKARD 1942 6'.
58. Real volved. Owner Deep rdrl..r- for ambitious Central Ave J. n 4-or Ls TudorS
Estate Wanted local opening -
Write Box 225 S-Star ator. etc. Stock clean and A bars.I. Jols Used Ca.at runs like new Good gas ... C35
I .el young man handling HERTZ DRIV-UR-SELF SYSTEM Joel m S.
assorted. A beautiful con..tlon lt.urnt. Kuhl $1500 Rt. 1. Box 168.
for Interview. store Cash price
and Investigations. Car a necessity. Trucks and passenger cars for rent 1941 HUDSON 4 door sedan.S .
paying business Reason for telllm CHRYSLER Windsor sedan:' 1941-7 Ph 5320 Kivvimmee.PLYMOUTH41 .
BUSINESS One-half Excellent future for r.ht m.n. Giveful week Low 375
b hour. day or
APPRAISALSList DWNTOWN 1.40 cash. Telephone 3- Account of sickness. Phone A. T. in first letter. Box 216 N,Orange phone 2-4064 rate. passenger excellent condition me- sedan. Don't fall 535
Carter. 31622JAMRSN delal For sale che.p. City Cab $$1.50Brakes
1833 ch.nlcaly. Felix Winn. Standard -
on to this one
.k B-tar JIM CUMBIE see 1938 CHEVROLET 4 door se-
free Or.ng. and Oran -
us. 24
appraisal by certi Motors. Washington
1t DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT on main PLUMBER WANTED-First only. model
cars i
dan. Good condit'oa C35
M.lnGD ,
fed .ppra.r. Old established Will lease for 5 Win- Convertible
highway. ".ar Apply to Foster R. Fanning. week or month. Competitive rates coup.. Blo.om Trai. 3193.
efficient real estate service. for 13.0. Write Box 238. S-Star. ten Park at once. N. Orange; dial 2-4521. JI PLYMOUTH This is a clean adjusted SIM 1936 CHEVROLET 2 dooi se
94 Cumble Cars. 9O4 N.Orange Ave. Front wheels balanced
NEWMAN HAROI3. FISH AND POULTRY market dome opportunity for live-wire restaurant PLUMBER WANTED at once. First OLIN'S U-DRIVE INC-New cars Phone 2521.CHVROL. one Felix Winn. Standard Mo'' $2.50 dan. Extra good $'35
39 W. Washington. Inc.-Realtr.. buslen. Other business call- and drive-in newly remodeled class man. Top wages C. J. Balliet. for rent by day. week or month tors. Washington and Orange Blossom Finest repairs on any carat

In.10 Will sacrifice. Price for rent reasonable. Apply 717 E. Washington: 5378. No red I.p. 2 locations. 24 N. 1937.and 4 new body tires all; Trail. 3193PLYOU193 low est prices 1937 CHEVROLET 2 door se-

$2100. Call o.nM. 5282. Legion Drive-In 3 blocks beyond OPENING for young man under 23 Or.n. 2-81. and N. motr. upholtery.. Take up $26 coupe. Excep dan. A good buy $ 535 _ _

ACREAGE. FURNITURE BUSINESS-Stock. WORl radio towers. Winter Garden to assist manager with nationally Garland Ph 2-34. Ha always .el STIVERS
BUNGALOWS large oraal a- per month payment with *245 ce.n
cash good Joel Used 1938 PLYMOUTH 4 door
cared sedan
and delivery known publishing Must Car -
Lakefronta In demand. Write. I count trck. Pc. concern. b 3000 Kuhl Ave. Ask for Ed .
call T K. Hastings. Realtor. 10.00. some terms. Rent $ 11 HAVE JUST LISTED 5 guest homes. single and free to travel. This is p.r- 73. Auto Service land. at Joel m Restaurant. 2998 8 PONTIAC $ 435

E. Central Arcade): 4237. 10D lease. Doing mostly cash I various parts of the downtown ser1 manent with chance for advanreosent.A PLYMOUTH 191 sedan. Good al 62 W. Colonial
1947 Wagon.
r Realty. Church and 1 tlon. that are really to sell. verageearnings $6.1 See Mr. AUTO BRAKE JOBS and wheelalignment. CHEVROLET- Station the way Joel Used Car 1936 PLYMOUTH 2 doo se
ACRES homes. Businesses and groves. pr.P I-day service. Wheels Purchased in Sept. 1947 Like new. .
Mam. 2-3433 8 to 8 30 5 29<>9 S.
Joel HI Restaurant.
Priced from Emplr.
to These Baler Hot.1 I dan. Good transportation
Bunr Courtney Realty. 116.0 125.0. balanced while YOU wait C. Used Car Exchange. 219 W. Washington
.alt. 224'l.BUYERS I FISH CAMP-Located on ik App I very and I I RADIO REPAIRMAN-To manage Prance Sons 1010 W Church A i phone 22882.CHEVROLETl946.. $ 253
i ka.ch cabin has sho.- | .ould be onto to happy to show themto i I; and work .m.1 shop Must dependable - door Bt Slg5.mlar |11546 Ford ._ _ ..1155
ARE WAITINCl for hom'S.troves and toilet facilities nice ownus're"ld.nc. you Excellent terms be I : opportunity. Day : M E N T Free inspection. 2 door sedan j ': ; .
er. ran Ond AL Used Car 1932 PLYMOUTH sedan A
194J Chevrolet .... ._.._ .3 995
country and business prop dork and protected harbor ranged Wm Mathews with I. phon 4151 Mt. Dora repairs by expert mechanics Good original black paint tires
e". For Immediate attention I boats motors and other necessary Daniel C.I. 2-4381 or I' A one-stop at G-I and mechanically very quiet Originalowner. STUDEBAKER 1947 Champion |i 1941 Plymouth 4 893 good looker $ 335
781 src. Car i -
2-0990. Richard Realtorara ph 1O. Winter Oarden.CHEV1tOLET42 .d.n A beautiful car.
N. Orange AveLO6l.INTbebestbome Kauro. I Pulpm.nl. City water. el.ctr.IIY.. 61. Rank t.oans-Sprcim years S..lce. 30 Av. Exchange. 219 W. Wa.h.ton phone I 1933 Plymouth $5 595 1935 HUDSON 4 door sedan
gas. approximately 2'a hllh WELL DRILLER REPAIRED-We all Stylemaster Town
-First class. fully suppl I
BRAKE 2-2882 .... _$ 433 Good condition $ 4Sj
that ground shade trees ample room experienced In Fla formation to needy. s1o gas sedan excellent condition private 1937 Dodge
9.0 !
each will bu.. Bog 231 -- I' expansion One of the better camps FIRST. N"TOSAL cm BANK pryd.s.tabll' hours top pay. Libby i: G. I and oil DIxie Sale and See-rice. WStu'h owner 1136 W 6ml>h. 6TUDEBAKER-1941 with Champion club I 1987 Ford .._ ... _S 396 FORD V-8 V ton Panel

COLLEGE PARK LISTINGS wanted and priced to tell at IU.o.la cash. 711 W. Church. .t Boone S'_ _ _ mod..od condition:; .dan Equipped ordr. 593
and surpiuv-aocrte reterres DDE'4 JeepWilly.S truck. Very $ 635
balance terms to 5 la radio etc eonoml..1 good
We .r.ne . 1991 indIana Ver
of b -
specialise I properties this sod m.rnbership In the Fed- BODY AND FENDER repairing andpainting nrve.oy only .
1Jat"o A O. Wminer. Phone and Gr.n.Dan Slle.. Realtor 4196- Guernsey 21 East erslLicctt Imuranre:; CorporationPERSONAL "I I II I Estimates Iladl gtvtn.Satisfaction Ave Winter Pak one Evu.t"hor. 4321 or 411.105. K air W MOTORS FORD Model-A la ton

Broke. 120 Eee.aler. P 3-2133. Central INSTALLMENT I COLORED MEN for kitchen work. guara nteed. Varner. DODGE-1941 4 door sedan. O.o.ner !i WILLYS AMERICAR-1942. Excellent Panel truck. Extra gco&
"nFOUNAI L"NSco.t W. Central Ave. Phone 2-3153.
I M al.. Insurance and paid vacation 234 car. like new. Used Car
ORVES-HOMEBUSNEES lest at First National
LUCHONr B.i- Compare. When the loan is forS furnished Apply Manager Morrison change. 219 w. Washington phone !I condll"n. pTv.Ie 251 owner 8 City Hal Corner of Garland and Amelia $ 235
tors. Chenault Inc.. 672 Conc.. Cafeteria. W. Central'BOKKEEPE 74. AutosTrailersanted 22882. 5.rre St.ton. Or.De
N. Orange Ave."Jennlla sion monopoly in a key spot netting 10.yon get $ 93-Payments $ I 34 WYKYGYL MOTORS 1 OPEN SUNDAY FORD Mod I-A 1 ton
about $10OO monthly year-round. $ 10. you get 139Panent 50 WANTED at once- D000E-l936. good tr.mPrato. 'PDT.
HOME WANTED-Northern buyers Special confidential and terms $ :O.you get 16 67 I write P. O. AUTOS Buy that car! fair rendition Il95. z I..o cars '46 47 Chrysler Olds Town Cad Express. Very good $ 435

and Investors Inquiring daily for C. W. Walters. prc.. N Orange. $ you get 279-Payments 25 00 Box 1B86 ntnt qualifications. Felix WA-r. Motors. Or- Park Ave.. Orlando convertible. '42 Bulck Super FORD Model-A Pick-rp

Realty.businesses. 318'hnm., W and Colonial.f.rm. Strout 65O9 $$ 40.50.you you get ret 465-Payments 372-P.yment 41 33 34 7)) 66. Sales Help Wanted "" slits Blossom Trail at Washiciton. DODGE.- 1941 Business coupe. One Country sedaneue. $1595' '41 Buick club $ 125 _ _

. FURNITURE STORE 3-1793. owner low mileage unbelievably I coupe. $1495. 39 Buick convertiblecoupe.
wpliawd $ get 930 : OLIN'S INC.
Payments 83 34
you -
HOMES. GRVE. BUSINESSES active business In I clean within and without. See to appreciate $995. '42 sedan. 1937 FORD Tudor. A clean
Above HOUSE Sudeb.t.
Contact Realtor. 41 Large stock. Slant Shown monthly payments 12 monthsParments i S"LEM"N-Ex- R. 5. Evans, phone 43Z1 '39 _ _
D.ns $1093. 40 Olds
acrunt. for IS months smaller I p rl nr.d. for AUTOS $ neededWe a tgg little $ 435
W. Washington St.; Phone 7305.BOUSES appointment only Ronnett "Bon- Figures include life Insurance to pay Salary and commission will t.rto. WANTED moel. car. or 471.DDE Ford convertible coupe. $ '41 I FOR FINERAutomobiles car _______

II" In N M.ln: 5809. I loan in of death The FirstNational car All replies held] confidential. I Jack Martins Used C.r. 771 N. 1947 Club coupe Fully Cbevrole- 2-door. $79i "35 Packard4OT. 1937 FORD "85" Tudor. Good 0
WANTED-We have pro STATION Ln. .aUe. Bank at Orlando 4th norEI..ator. Write Box 224 S-Star Orange 849. 180 true miles Ju $435. 751 N. Millt. 2-2174 asis $535

In Jt for 2. 3 and 4-bedroom hornet smal 101.. living Quar.1 com Hours 9 to 4 Sat. 9 s 12. | REAL ESTATE SALESMAN-Local experienced AUTOS WANTED.-Will pay highest Cumbie Cas. 94 N. Orange Av.
locations Call W. B. Nlb 13.- Phore WILLYS STATION WAGON-1947. OLDSMOBILE sean..
olson. bl Ln I.al. P. salesman with car. Must I cash price for your car Otn Ioc. 2-4521
Realtor. 2-1619: 1 S. 500 for quik.. .. 62. Loans UD to $300 I be A-l and willing to .ori. H. P 142 N. Gsrand.; 2-34 or :4 N. Oran DESOT19U 5th Avenue sda. One mont old $1995 Less tan Good transportation $ 35

with Realtor. 777
I H Carrtgan Boland. Realtor. 672 I very low list Used Car.
mie. Ji
I MAya THE CASH for 5 to 10 or Bldg 672 N Orange. 2-4551 AUTO. Furniture Diamond Loans Or.ns. ph. 2-4551. AUTOS!. 2-81.WANTED Any make any Cumble Cars. 904 N. . I Orange: 84O9.b. FORD Model-A Cr:"*. _

more acres outside city limits State GROCERY Meats. fish and poultry I Economy Phone 2.4521.DESOTO1941. CONV. .. 42435
location Finance Company. J. F. i SALESMAN WANTED-Have an opening model More cash quicker. Wk ylMOlor. dale 47 DODGE Very good $ 403
trucks lor
and price Box 285 S-Star. : iraners.
market. Doing fine Excellent Burger. Manager 1006 Bldg.Ph. '
buInes. Metal for a wide awake young manwho I 751 N Mills: 2-2174 Custom sedan New '47 CHEVROLET TUDOR J2193
LISTINGS WAN3TD-.CIIeDtS .altl. loabO. Good ... b 2-0339 is able travel anywhere State motor, new paint, priced right. Jim I I FORD Mod I-A T'r
WAnTED-Any make CHEVROLET 1940 La ton pickup '
FSlaytoo. Realtor. 32 bulht on easy terms. Ph 2-1278 CASH LOANS made of Florida Earnings AUTO aD Cumbie Cars. 904 N. Orange 47 PLYMOUTH CL. CPE. $2193 435
: -Quickly on furniture unted. commission year. Name your prte.I Av. truck good running condition and Extra good
Bipbon56S5i._ tr p.m.GRERY autos and diamond Orl.n basic. Must ha.e also moel. an. K. and W. Motors cor Phone 2521.DDE193. good rubber. $400. Alter p.m. phone '46 DODGE 4 DR. CUSTOM $2099

LISTINGS W A'TLt your prop STORE- .aabn do. do's own Home Finance Co.. 314 good references. Box 222 S-Star. Garland and Amelia. 2-0529. 4-door sedan. Apopka 2411. I '48 FORD TUDOR _41663 1932 CHEVROLET Tudor
erie *lth fi .- "(- Bldt. Dial I Ro $ 145
bulnen tcl 230.QUI SALES MANAGER-For well known Good motor
R'.1Ir. -912 North Mills. Telephone ture .0. owner aubnrtnlocation CASH real estate having salesman I D. VARl'E Inc. wants to buy your tires. Joel's Used Cars at b mRes.'rant COACH T- Pontiac Chief. 40 CADILLAC CL. CPE. .......$1433
2-1 47 fi and will pa Jol Florida Co., Zellwood.Fla. .
for LASS Frtu.
< ._ amal town: ..than 1.0.I and lans .n- Ie.n. Must b Ibr. energetic and prices aus immediately. D. Varner., S1.. 2998 S. Kuhl.I Phone DhYWont. 3991. One of the '40 PLYMOUTH TUDOR _..4 995 ; I-
LTras- Homes, COM GROCERY AND MEATS-Establish 1 Ice Family 501 local real
Lan FnaBank Studebaker Sales and Service. 234 I FORD-1947 club coupe. Lest than finest equipped and most livable
rnlal Lt us help you tell your business good location Cheap rent. Bide Call!?. estate State age and experience in W. C.ntal.. Phone 2-3153. SO mll s $2195. Martin's: Used Cars. I I7j house trailers in America. 3 models. j AND MANY MORE PINE ST. MOTORS
r :: N. bargain for rash or will tell fixtures Phone 316! first' ]Iffer Box 122 '
'd'' ; 1:9Ana 1 See owner. 147 S Court St. - SSta FRANK Rrrnn knows i N Orange 840 21 ft 2T ft and the super chief. Sensational bargains to be seen at
LOANS"V.ADE lrm 510 to1?mi SALESMAN'!\ SALESMAN' .outing .' :31 f P- "* scoT-t'
am f -h 17 <*' FORD M"aeTA :oadfter 'p:<-K-up' N GARLAND ST.
LOTS WANTED In j0jjw0rel.Priced GARAGE FOR SA-"ul; "equipped. f "r prar: fas' I f.e "amLF: for a cod res: sate salesman. cr"," Ca _n '. e :lutes Why New m"or p"rfe' '"ut.I DODGE-1">-3 4 -ard dump truck

l I35 t *600. Please 'I' enjoying buu. $2.500.1 FmincService Inc 32 W C6ta Call Gardner a Et.te. 409 S Or- gi.'e em awai; Give u a c hi nee. ideal for ten BJ 01e.thoul t North Good rubber Please telephone 2- PHONE 2-4347 135 W PINE ST

I cub Phone 9662. Are PHone 9857 I Inn; Ph 2-UL 201 K Orange Blossom T 7383 I Orange I II I 2246 for Information.



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DIDN'T TAKE Bill Kemp, Orlando and Central Florida's well known King-Size Entertainment. Impressario, long to get in touch with Bob Ir
Chester,the famous N.Y.band leader,when the great musician arrived in Orlando yesterday. I
We had been talking to Mr.Chester by telephone for two weeks..Just as soon as Radio Station WHOO booked Chester and his Gotham i 111
musicians,our organization, went to work..We went after Chester because we have been hearing about him now for several years. He has made not i
one but several records that have sold over a million copies. He has made a full length movie"Trocadero"and a flock of shorts. II
"He not only has one of the country's top bonds,but he is a great musician himself..A marvelous showman . As those who attended IiI
I the WHOO reception last night can well vouch, he is one of the most dazzling entertainers ever to come to our town."
I Mr. Kemp said he personally guaranteed this show and said the thousands of people from throughout Central Florida who did not hear Bob 1:1:
Chester last night,should come in tonight. (i

Get Tickets and Reservations Early



Sensationally Famous Recording and Dance Orchestra ''ii IP:

K IiiSaturday
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*SEE him in the movie ""TROCADERO" playing at the GRAND THEATRE-FEATURING I !',

I Allan Foster Vocalist Broadcasting Dolores at the Hammond !''l



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