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 21, 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
notis - AKR3408
lccn - sn 83016284
System ID: UF00079944:00261
 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Morning sentinel
Succeeded by: Orlando sentinel (Orlando, Fla. : 1953)

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So Virginia SANTA O'Honlo ClAUS' l teamed ETERNAL 50 ,eors. ago.j b e U nb ap cnt t Inc I '-- t tar SECTION SECTION radio YOUR programs.A I-Sports-SNTINl-STA State, ,general financial' news.,TODAY,classified theaters

See editorial on Pagt 6VA.", SECTION Estate C-Society, Grove & Ranch, Real

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

. NO. 752 I Tut Advertising, Want Adi, Can 41C1 ORLANDO. FLORIDA. DECEMBER 21. 1947 For Editorial General Information Can J-1W1 FORTY-TWO PAGES

anta'[ s Sled d Ti!I Congress[ THE TIPOFF ON Gets THE Lowdown TIPOFF! I I Citrus Chiefs Martin Promises Republican _

Draws Nearer ,. On Grain SpeculatorsWASHINGTON : Hail Inclusion&;War On High Cost Of Living

that Government officials + .-- -
[API Many tips .

For. Poor Kids : grain market and other were public reported figures arriving have been at the speculating Capitol yesterdayas on the I In Relief Bill CI [ It Isn't Every State That Can Boast of Twin Santas 'Rayburn I Scouts

committees of both the Senate and House made ready for I

broad investigations.
It might be a 3J2- ear-old I MORRISON c. MIRIAM
> Store Fire Gives Sen. Ferguson [RMich.], who [fTne St;ndoy Sentinel-Stor Staff Writer GOP Program
with his 10-cent piece, the heads the Senate ;
inveStigators'j The interim foreign relief
said "a remarkable
affluent businessman i 11 h
Santa New Job! tips are coming In from anony--, appropriation bill passed by
his $100 check, or the crippledwar
mous persons and in signed letters Congress during the closing Controls HintedW
veteran with his dona- CHICAGO (IAP] Santa ."

tion In between those figures.But Claus' little friends v%ouldn-t ""-f' certainly will follow np hours of its special sessionwas

whatever the age or position | desert him in the face of dan- any that are worthwhile. hailed by Florida citrus [ A P ]'

the contributor to the Santy ger the yesterday role of, so he doubledin when ran ak Government agenciesto industry leaders yesterday as a Speaker Martin [R-Mass: said

Fund will be St. Nick himselfto rescuer check upon brokerage accounts hopeful development.They .
fire broke in yesterday the anti-inflation
out the Gold- if these names are not
some needy Orange
were confident that the
child come Christmas day. blatt Brothers State St. Dept. found on the IMs.! program through the
making $10V4 million available
Thus, officials of the Sentinel- store. Meanwhile Rep. Andresen I IRMinn for citrus fruit purchases, special Congressional sessionis
The blaze, esti-- : .] announced that the Spe-
Star and the American Legion causing an
would prove a market stimulant.The just the start of determined
posts, sponsors of the Santy I mated $15,000 damage, forced I cial House Committee which he I! bill 4"' a _ _
provides ,
ample authority -
Fund, reminded Orange Coun. the evacuation of 25000 heads intends to find out nether ''I i for the Government to Republican drive to bring down

tians 'last night that no matter Christmas shoppers and San- I "any leaks" have enabled speculators ,' buy and include citrus productsin the cost of living.

the amount every donation in ta joined with store officials, to make "a killing" and : ; But the House Democratic

the next few days would mean detectives and other employ whether anyone in the legislative I| gram the, said European Marvin feeding H. Walker pro, ; \ 1P i//f: p'OCi .1qi! ; ,, :i said leader."I Rep think Rajburn they're[D-Texasl.about

added assurance that the less es in leading them to safety. lor executive branches has had \
: general manager of the Florida .
I- : through' when asked what he
fortunate families would havea The fire started "inside information" on Government Citrus Commission. ? L'j
Christmas. I in an escalator : s\ L : ppROQA thought the GOP would do now
Merry ,
between the first and commodity purchases. I
He added, however, that I .. about highprices <( ":-
3' sJ ,
I ir .
Donations yesterday boosted I second floors, and smoke Andresen said his committee .,'109.
limitations and restrictions .4q_ [
on /If.
the Santy Fund to $2,6.18.11: soon seeped up to the eighth i will get started as soon as it sets funds to utilize plentiful' foods. Martin went fl .J

or only $361.69 away from the I floor toy department where : up a staff and then "move fast:' for foreign relief' might delay o on "There are '

goal deemed necessary to pro- Santa was discussing Christ- I But probably it will not go into '& 'l"e. other steps to betaken
bj several weeks' and make!
Tide Yuletide cheer for a minimum ] action before the : ..
mas gifts with a long line of regular session more difficult the development" He did ;:
of 1,900 poor youngsters: I waiting children. | of Congress which will begin of an adequate purchase pro- not list them, j
1: and 600) families on the County I Jan 6.Crew. but one possibility ; - : -:
Welfare Department's' list. :
is in the field .
If the goal is exceeded then 'Evervbodv thinks the bill will of rent controls.

there will be just that many be beneficial Phil C. Peters, I \\ natev-er hap
Jew Attack On Arabs
Reported of the Winter
more not.quite-so-well-off for i secretary-manager pens to prices

-whom the seasonal "goodwill' Garden Citrus Growers Assn.I ., r:1 from now on, Rayburn

,[toward men" greeting won't have : JERUSALEM [fUP) The Jew the airport because of the at- : ) : g: 'the hot arguments of Congressover

a hollow ring.Contributions. ish "defense army" Haganah last tack. ;I,I Price-Fixing Parley Set S living costs have made one

ranged from 10 Neither' the police or Britishrm % Florida Citrus Commission!! \ & i u) I : thing certain-both the Republicans
cents each on the part of two night was reported to have madea .\ >' would immediately confirm committee' will meet Tuesdayin )) ( I. ;. and Democrats are gOing to

31*-year-old boys to the largest major attack-the largest since the attack, but reliable Lakeland to study establishment S 4oWPi, 'blame the other party if pricesfail

single cash gift of the drive-; the UN partition decision- private sources !said! it was of a new citrus industry a to slide downward.Sen. .

$205 presented jointly by the : against Arabs in Lydda and Bet Haganah's response to a clash organization with price- _. ::4 Taft [R-Ohio] reflected _ _

Orange County Retail Liquor i Nabala where troops of the with the Arab Legion at Bet fixing power . Florida citrus 's--7TT-- GOP thinking along those lines -
Dealers Assn. and the Orlando Trans-Jordan Arab Legion are Nabala last Sunday. Some 10 shipments hit season'speak ,* y/\ in a statement saying that by
Retail Liquor Dealers Assn. camped. signing the GOP anti-inflation
I Preliminary reports said members' of Haganah were with orange handlers getting .
The letter accompanying the there were 'a number" of casualties killed in that clash. ; best' auction price of new bill Pre, Truman will get

liquor dealers' check was rep- I Earlier last night. members cro|>-.Details' on Page 8-4. power "to check nearly all the
nrinrinal of inflation if
Jewish truck drivers at Lydda of the Arab I causes -
renentative of other notes sent I Legion shot a Jewish .
along with donations. or sentiments airport near both Lydda town police sergeant to death near the'' said, explaining that the psychological I "iiirffff ,- .. be really wishes to do so."

voiced in person by and Bet Nabala were advised. British Army's biggest barracks' effect of Government buying . I'' Taft a GOP Presidential aspirant -
4; left the
contributors to the Santy : just before midnight not to '' would help as much as the I I way open for mere
leave'I .I Walkout'OkayAwaifed !controls later on if voluntary efforts -
Fund. I I actual purchases Slowdown Charge to curb inflation are unuo-
"Members of our associations "Even if the Government buys : State Fire WarMeet Wire cessful.

who contributed this money : New Peak Seen For Yule Trade only $3 or $4 "million worth, it Against Printers

sincerely hope their offering will L ,will help a lot. Taft's statement indicated a
help to bring happiness and comfort Santa Claus this month of the I son's Men's Shop\\ih r reserYa- : C. Howard Sweatt, \icepresident May Be AiredAASHINGTONT "willingness ,in consider -!r': ...

to come deserving and needy Yuletide is dumping many a tions termed his Saturday's busi-- of Besco Products Co. and Set HereA ; [Continued dt Page :..\. CoL 8]

families in Orange County. Your \ shekel into the pockets of Or- : ness as the largest since the I president of the Canners Leagueof (APJ) A 'i

efforts to give help to the not lando merchants-and thus into stor.e opened in 1934. He added': Florida. said he doubted the statement. that printers employed 'The WeatherORLANDO

so fortunate as some, deserves' Central Florida trade channels 1 that in his opinion his firm would | bill would "bail out the industry" State-wide public meeting to by newspapers have WASHINGTON 'TAP] Fifty

the unselfish support of every: with indications volume of business show a 20 per cent increase this : hut that he was hopeful it would be held in Orlando Jan. 19-20 for I, conducted "slowdowns" thousand Western Union workers AND VICINITY

one in Orange County," the will eclipse past records. December over last year. have a good effect. I the purpose of discussing Pros.Trumans I bobbed up again yesterday members of the AFL. -D I m 1111 s hing cloudiness
lVletter read. I' A survey last night b>' The Asked what might be influencing Since Government purchases in the unfair labor practice awaited momentary word last slightly warmer today, partlycloudy

X: Supplementing' the hundreds Sunday Sf'ntinl'l-Star revealed' the great volume of trade as would be in canned and concen- I I fire prevention program I case: brought by the American night from their top officials on ; little change in temperature

of dollars worth of toy, clothIng that trade on the Saturday.be.foreChristmas 'compared. with 1946, Johnson trated form, Florida, which processes I ; was called yesterday by Newspaper Publishers I, nether to begin a nation.wnde tomorrow.

food, fuel oil and other ,, often regarded; ' who also is president of the Retail nearly half its citrus crop, i Gov. Millard Ca Id well. the Asso- I Assn. against the AFL International telegraph strike. *

items already turned over to as. being' one of the best of the :Merchants Assn, said that could be expected to benefit!', ciated Press reported. Typographical l Unless Government concilia| Six-Day Weather Chart

the fund for distribution by I year's business days, would be the higher prices of merchandisewas greatlv under any relief buying I Union tors could succeed in last minute -
various firms! Individuals and one of the richest ever. naturally being leflectedand program, he said. In an official proclamation. the The hearing before Ar- efforts to win a settlement in rEIETRAL FLORIDA I947C

organizations, the Goodyear I None of the store owners and that more merchandise is R. D. Keene, Winter Garden Governor designated TreasurerEd thur Leff a trial examiner : the wage dispute the country 21 22 25 0 25 26

Service Stores je terday prevented managers contacted would estimate -; available to meet the demandof growershipper said he was in- Larson, who also is State for the National Labor Relations i

$20 worth of toys for I the dollars turned loose in the buying public any time clined to "wait and see before Fire Marshall to serve as chairman I Board, will be resumed Test Seen In WisconsinMILWAUKEE

Santa's pack. purchases but to a man they since the war counting chickens fromash- of the meeting and author-I here tomorrow. [UP] Test ofWisconsin's
Furtht consistent with the : labeled business as good and Walton McJordan manager of 1 I At that time the office of new antistrikelaw
[Continued on Page; %-.\, Col. 11 ized him to appoint committees developed' yesterday' as
spirit of generosity Orange one referred to yesterdays trad--! Sears Roebuck &. Co. regardedthe NLRB General Counsel
the President I
II December I I to activate program Robert N. Denham. whichis Western' Union Telegraph em-
countians have shown in the ing as "my biggest day since I business as the .
drive, the Wildwood !Sign Co opened. |I largest in the store's history'here" : prosecuting the case, will I ployes \\ere ordered to showcause

announced there would be no '!II Representative of reports were i i attributing it in part to' Soviets Fire Two I Fres. Truman called' a national seek Leff's permission to add why they should not be *

charge for the $30 worth of display -: these: Clarence Johnson, of John I I the store's space expansion. j conference' to initiate afire the slowdown charge to its prevented' from striking. Cracker Jim Sez:
I Reich Heads I
cards and banners it prepared -! Party I prevention program last official complaint againstthe I faced a Christmas holiday without Ole Jed Prod shore was a cte::

for use in the campaign | BERLIN I\P1 The Soviet mill May and urged the Governors union. Left removed a customary Western Union 1 for to see yestiddy. He dane

(IA list of contributors to the Rumor Says Satira I Fights To Save tarv Administration moved of the Mates to institute indi- similar charge from the complaint facIlities. heard them town folks was pain

Santy Fund reported yesterday To I Pacific Battered LST swiftly last night to solidify its Tidnal State-wide meetings. I Dec. 9 on technical The workers. said by the union''hard cash for that mistletoe an
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will be found on Page 2.J) Years I I hold on eastern Germany for grounds. and now the lanI to be averaging 96 cents an hour holly what
HONOLULU (tAP A ; Caldwell said destruction of been revised and
) tank has
I whatever eventualities the fail- I guage now, are demanding a 15 cent wild in them
[ILTP1] Patricia [Sa
Plane Believed Lost landing ship with 50 men aboard i property by preventable fires in expanded.
I of the Four foreign ministers increase The heads an
tira] Schmidt 22. American ure Big hourly company ,,
was reported in danger of break- the United States has been
dancer who shot conference in London may I I claims the average hourly earnings mocks an he
Two Years DiscoveredTAMPA and killed John
ing apart 500 miles west of John- :, mounting annually for the last went after

(API A wrecked plane. Mee her married lover aboard | ston Island yesterday, while at I bring. 25 >ears He estimates the nation- : Two Killed As Train now are $1234 All that he got baY"Ej'
his yacht in Havana Harbor last : The Russians fired the two \\e haven't received a single
was found yesterday north of five other damaged al fire loss for 1947 on insured
I' leaders of the Christian Democratic I Bus real offer since ue began negotiating a god
April was reported last night! I j i Hits Passenger
Groveland by L. E. Shockley. crept through quieting seas toward '1 I property will exceed $600 million. l he fell
Union the Soviet with Western Union cause
I [CDU] in
to have been
Tampa. and Capt. Harry M. sentenced by a havens. The 14th Naval'' In addition to inviting the public HOBART (UP] An eastbound mud hole
'' The leaders, Jakob 16 three months
three-man tribunal zone. party on Sept. ago-
to 12
Abell, helicopter pilot for the years District dispatched a tug to aid I I the Governor urged all mu : train struck a bus here yesterday the of t.'e
Kaiser and Ernst Lemmer and looks like gittin outen way a
were it right now a
: in prison and fined $5000 j !
t S Air Force's air-rescue the Navy LST 1135 whose I killing the driver and a passenger -
There crew-I|' opponents of the Nazi regime nicipalities to sent at least one strike is the only answer," of wild bees what he sr,,-'cd cp
service Officers said the wreck, was no official con men were welding metal i iI the only aboard
strips and took the i representative of their fire department I, persons head of thei That rascal had mud caked on
in unsuccessful Adolph
firmation of the part -
must have occurred about two reported sentence into the hull to keep her from' the bus The victims were G. H. Bftmgs.
I the building inspector him inch thick whee
an an :
1 but a formal 1944 assassination plot i Western Union: division of the'AFL
announcement I
5eSrs ago.China splitting I Garlmg Gary, Ind.. the bus dnvier -
was expected Monday. j jI I |I against Adolf Hitler and city; manager to the Orlando Commercial TelegraphersI didnt have dirt he had a b-ir-p:
'i I I | meeting. I and Monroe Hostetler. Nap- said'Russian ; from a bee sting. He say:*:: f-cni:

Plans Last Ditch Greek Guerrillas Killed i i iI I The President's conference 1 pannee. Ind, the passenger.SpaghettiLess I I the bad humor those rascal were

Fight for Mukden i I Two Die in Family F ghtI i iI I ATHENS [UPJ Dispatches 1 Four Die as Small adopted a program to prevent Holiday Kicks GI in hit shore must be fix n to

I LAUREL. :Miss (UP| Two per- ,yesterday that Plane Crashes in Fog fires through ucatlon_ engineering turn off coolish for a sPED II 3

press SHANGHAI hinted yesterday(IUPI) The that Chinese the I sons were slain and four others j ment troops reported made a surprise Govern-attack TERRE HAUTE. Ind. (UP1 I and enforcement"' 'I Faces Italian PeopleI To Death in Vienna ole woman made him clean cf

wounded yesterday in a family I : VIENNA (UP] The U S. in that v-aterm trough fo he
Government abandon its i on guerrillas entrenched'along The bodies of four men were ROME (API Fifteen persons
northern outposts in Manchuria I shooting at a tavern in Moselle the Metaxis Line on Par- I; found in the wreckage of a small 1 Oats Set New Mark were injured In new outbreaksof !I Army Provost Marshals office..'. mule and made him do to ira: :non
shirt She :d
his overalls an
!Miss. Dead I !announced last that Stephan
in last-ditch effort to were George McNair, | enestion Mountain near Drama civilian plane on a farm near fighting in Italy's labor disorders night -
a save '
I 'she shore wernt ha;e .::t
120. and his Mrs In Market Inrin. self-described Russian gonna
sister, -
MuVden, key south Manchurian i' Ernest | At least 16 guerrillas were killed, t here yesterday and officials ofa Strong yesterday and Italians a mud in her house none.
center besieged by Communist Bishop of Moselle according to reports. i iThere's I nearbv airport believed smoke i, CHICAGO (AP] A new recordI ; faced the possibility of a spaghetti -I news correspondent had

attackers who have advancedinto II and fog hampered the pilot's was set by oats in a strong .less Christmas as the result 1 beaten and kicked an American *

the suburbs of the city. Lot of 'Fuzz' I vision and caused the accident. I gram market on the Board of of a Communist-led national soldier to death in a boarding Daytana Bcacn TODAYS and New TIDES. Smyrna .*aeh-
i a About the Peach.. Staft. The dead are: William P. Student Trade vesterdav December oat strike of 100000)( food workers. house in \ lenna s international Tide: Hwh 1'48 a m. 1:99 P m :-i s- ;j4
-- -
I ST. PETERSBL I A P Kansas Citv :Mo: Steve Student futures sold at $1.2T zone, *.m. 8_19 P m .
FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTS ] Georgia Davis has sent letter highestfor c... Beach. y. .s Huh 1 M a m 1 09
I a
i There wont be much I Jr.. Leighton. Girl Admits Sordid Plot low $O4 m 129
"march- to Elmer Jenkins Pa.: Charles J. anv oats futures here in his- pm pm ..
national .
LOOK ing through Georgia" bv Winter director of the AAA in tta travel hmg Fassler Jr.. Penfield. Pa.. and torv. Wheat jumped 3 to 6U FA\ETTEMLLE N. c. (UPI) Mild Weather Through 204 Sebaatiax p m low Inlet 7 59 Td.a a m 8 Hib 24 p 1 m SI -

Where everyone Is looking to tourists if A\-. T. Dav is. managerof ton. stating: Raymond P. Zielinski, Reading, cents a bushel. corn I1? to 3H Billie Ann Crawford 10, told a Tuesday Is Predicted Sun Pham: Rites 1 12. ae1I f 14

the Classified Want-Ads "GUT the local American Automotive "We are advising motorists Pa. I cents and oats 14 to 2 cents. I judge yesterday that her mother ,, LOCAL TEMPERATURESRecorsed
S sPorEYou will be able As&n office has> his'way. who are going North of the con- made her lie that she had been LAKELAND (AP The Federal- b' U S. WeatJeI Buries it
Municipal Airport:
to easily find gifts for all members : Aroused over alleged mistreatment ditions and whenever assaulted because the woman, State Frost Warning Service said 1, Maximum 77; Minimum, Mlam.
i possible ORLANDO HELP its evening bulletin that the ___. 61'' 110m 'IS
TO in
of the family This "Gift of Florida-bound tourists INJURED GRIDDER n
routing them so as to avoid going :\irgmiaHowella, was jealous I 2 a.m. u____ 61 I 2 pm n
will be daily by law (future outlook for Florida was forI '
enforcement _
bpotter" your I officers in through Georgia." Ellis the 3am. 61 I I 3 p m4am.
of Jake man ac- ;
guide to better Christmas Gifts. -- --- -- - I mild temperatures through Tuesday : ==_ 61 I 4 pjnSam. :

Dial 4161 OVERNIGHT AND Aid cu edTonight's. I with scattered light showers 6 am., _._== 61 63 | *5 pm7am p.m. n

.. Ask for Want-Ads DAYTIME DELIVERYWhen 1947-A>eeetnberl9+7 Demopoulos Soughtnight Movies i, in the middle lower East coast . m.. ____n_____ 82'113.' H 7 10'p.m" .f...
1 3:38. 5.39.
wolf. 37
BEACHAM-Crr sections Sam------- fit 9pm U'
- :you order merchandise .._ "Aoel 542IE1Z3 ,.. S.t 4n 1'41 10CM------- n 10pm i
from Orlando Friends and alumni in and by Henry S. Jacobs prominent ROXY-Cry Wolf 137 338 5J9: 740 11 am.Noon n-__- 74 11 P DO 64

Charter stores, specify quick, around Orlando today will join Orlando alumnus of Wesleyan 141GRAND-The Trespasser 2.23. S 08 76 1 MidalzhtTCMPEKATUHES 6.S
safe after he had 7.53 10 38 3 SHOPPING DAYS ELSEWHERE
received tEll
delivery by Sentinel- hands with Wesleyan University per-I VOGUE-Great Da7. 1OO 3 43. 8.30. H.91* Low H.9* IAihr I...
AMIUIANCI IUSINKS jY .f' Star Express the Jack 24EJ26 27 students mission and a pledge of support 9.15 UIe 57 23 Loa Aoselet t-4 '0
PLEASURE cxTv& Rabbit Line that leaves I conducting a campaign from Bob Carr. chairman of thecitys CAMEO: -Humoresque 2 20. 4 40 7 00. Atlanta 56 37LoiuviH- iAuaeuc '
28293o31194t.anuaru1948. to help defray medical expenses 9 20 cli33 laatempnis< fBirmlnabam J
A'r.-' daily on schedule for 41 newly appointed Board of R1ALTO-Fletta 2 00 4 S5 7 45. 10 40 62 Meridian, .
Service Central incurred by Stavros Dem- 13'h Hour. 1 00. 3_SO S 40. 9 33 Boatoa 36 17 Miami '. I PS1fa1O
Florida towns opoulos. IS -year-old Orlando Appeals. COLONY-Fun and Tine Free 2.00. 32 10 Mime -&. Pa"l -3, '
- Merchants telephone I Early last week. hospital au, 3.53. 5 50 7.4i. 9 4O BurUnatoD 21 1 New OneiDa f : 1
youth LOT of Martha Charlotte SO 31Nsw York lChsttflOOU
6291 for Agent to call for I 'I thorities informed the Demopoulos iTera DR1V-IN-Stran18, e:45 iO00. 61 25'jrorfolk I' : gI
merchandise. M Je '-W9MIWM Demopoulos a spinal' that the I Cisicago 31 22 Ocala S oj 3 13CLOYSISO4
\. : dislocation Nov. 3 in a Wesleyan family rapidly- 42 1*'Pofladelpt:aS9 : oj 1
1 [EJ2; ] mounting medical bills might [1&100' 44 PSoenlx t-. S
WIREPHONE35 HOWEY 3 freshman football game and has I SEARSHAS Denver 43 16-Plttakur8k! 4 .1
been hospitalized: in Hartford amount to more. than $9! .000. V Detroit 34 8 Portland U, 9
,145618910 Demopoulos' and Duluth 28 16 Richmond 47 .:54
GRI! FFI _ _ City Hospital since the injury. !; hospital nursing '. El PaM 59 31 St LOJ" S5o' i,
NHo.y cnt wLtar )) Hi,. bills already amount to $1.- 'k- Worth s40 san A 'r IHos'r'fl
name was! only recently
,' --- removed CHRISTMAS TREEBULBS 7. 4; sa' F.r SJc63a.
i341 and
I' L ---.x.P-1I:: ESS: Naturally Bendix table radios-ma yraodeb from the critical list are beginning to taper ; .1' f. i.; -a a'c.aIta..o.
.. is , .,.. -meet' Chnstmu gilt require off to about $1000 a month, but C.,; 53 ,2s.s e 4.
L-.fl. u. uve" ,meats for the family CUude, H Wolla, Announcement of the Orlando : Ke7 Wen 71 75 Tars Sf'
- -- aMa. i 1 KBerri.SeUtua 8OIe: wsrg'n :. I :
lBCA4T. end of the drive was made last w
[Continued en Page loB CoL 6] lock 12 32.Wminjian U 381P4



Page 2-A / 1e! fi-unbag -'rnttnr1- 'tar Telephones 4161 or 3-1681 Orlando, Florida, December 21, 1 1947 r.-----...._.. .- ...----.wrq p.gr--a.,. .. -

GOp Promises'Fight


IsMetz To Head Citrus Leaders

Bromeliads Top Display J/ On HCL I

f ,.
4-H Group Hail Relief Bill .
iNew I In honor of the Christmas sea-<{[ Varieties differ greatly in I [Continued from Page I-AJ]

,son, Mead Botanical Garden is their bloom, both as to form and limited controls in the fiel
Metz. Forest City was another Souvenir [Continued from Page 1-Al
;: Richard having Day. and color. I C1 of priorities
Many large A'r and allocations
carry td i ispOtific ifIJ
elected president of the newly- All women visitors today will be
i created Orange County 4-H Count offered a small potted bromeliad !scarlet bracts which overshadow : ingtorT but that if SlO'-s, millionis problems cannot be solven -

i f cil which was organized at the descended from the original col-- the (loners.Orlando spent it will "help stimulatethe hv voluntary action He

I 5 Court House yesterday. i lection made by Theodore L. |I is particularly interested market. said authority.allocations include rationing

t.: Other officers named by the Mead many years ago. 1: in bromeliads, as Mr. and Other citrus men who could
t group Here Ralph Sand!. '1 These unique plants are natives Mrs Mulford Foster have assembled bf reached j es!>tf'rdaOx' I >hf' Republican) anti-inflation

Ocoer, icr-prrsidrnt! ; Donald of Brazil and neighboring the largest collection ot pressed' optimism that the way Fb bilrtKMild permit industry and
f., Sharpr. Lockhart secretarytrraxurrr countries and do well in South- these plants in the world in their had been cleared for including k aKricniufcif to makrolnntarjr

and Joe llaines ern Florida. The leaves of the greenhouses on Magnolia Ave.A citrus products in the foreign I azrtemrntV intended to hold

].; Ocorr, reporter. '! plant serve as troughs which spectacular new variety with relief )program: and aid they a down li\injt, costs! short of
1 the rain water into the wellat mottled and leaves I belie\ed it Mould hate a fay 5"i
Purpose of the Council is to guide rumpled price firing! rt-KardIe:; of the
promote 4-H work in the county the bottom. This well gathers which was collected by them in torable market effortt.The F "xu'J antl-tru laws,\
through increasing memberships dust and other debris to serve the jungles of Brazil, was officially relief appropriation hill 1
food which the absorbs named Aechmen brlandiana. was passed by a!No uould continue export
2Cin' the ex ,ting clubs; as well as as plant CongreFuday' y ,
1 'laying groundwork for formation through its leaves instead of shortly before the Senate and .I J.I ann i ansportation controls for a
. ,of new ones. The Council will through its roots. A specimen of this rare varietyis House adjourned until ,Ian tin -c.ir beyond the Feb. 29 expiramn ;

meet, every three months and Another strange characteristicis on exhibit in the Mead Gar- I an analysis of the action d ..1 M date. /'L

meetings will be held in the office that most varieties thrive den, along with a large displayof I Walker, a leader in the .-tmis:; try Y __ Mr Truman himself had re<'om-
'a of Count Agent Fred Baetz equally well when planted in soil orchids now in bloom. The for Europe relief movement both mi'ndod these steps so man
man or fastened in the fork of a tree. garden i is: open every day from before and since his appointment <:1'gl.tOrs:!! expect him to sign the

Prior to the organization meetIng since they secure much of their !Oam. to !5 p.m. Entrance is at as the citrus commission s t\. Rut he also said anythinge

yesterday 150 4H members food from the air and are commonly the foot of Nottingham Ave., off : general manager. said: k < < than his 10-noint anti-infla'

were guests at a Christmas part known as air plants. Mills; St I "The important del elopmentin 1. program would be inadeJt -
r given by radio station WDBO - --- - -- --- the closing hours of (fonerp<"-, _ zrx :. 'o

Earlier the group had breakfastat I was that Sen. Holland with me tit rug *- PARENTS OF LAD 15 APPEAL TO PRIESTS .
the Fort Gatlin Hotel and help of Sen. Ha:>den of Ancotla! ; '11 mg. price and wage con-
later the officers of the ten clubs was able to increase from S50 .1- at particular trouble spots

met to form the new Council.U Church May Lure Missing Boy million to $:))712 million the If netc-nary.
i, limit on losses which the Department . ,

Club Plans I I will of Agriculture-; (Commodity -----...
Party Gerald Boylan probably October and has not been heardof Aid DistributionPoses

Annual Christmas Party of the go home tomorrow, that is if he since. Police channels have ''in selling Credit foods Corp. can ni--tciin :' F. J. TAYLOR, OLDEST employe of the South Park Left to right Buell G Duncan vice-pres

University Club will be held at attends Sunday mass. been unable to locate any trace price support: programs purchased to under re- ; Atlantic Gas Co is presented a gold pin and (ident in charge of the Orlando office who Problem
And chances are, the jouth- I
the club's headquarters. Angebilt ful New Brunswick, X. J., boy of him other than the informa i[cipient relief agencies on the certificate of appreciation for 30 years service made the presentation; Howard E Ferns, vice-
Hotel with "special" WASHINGTON= = *
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tion that he South. basis of their wheat calorie president; A. H Goede )
was heading value | assistant to the
turkey dinner. The party missing: from home since Oct. I I with the company at the meeting of employesfrom press million cut which Congress made
"My request is that makean "When the Commodity Credit dent and Taylor who
which will fast all afternoon, is _0, will attend Sabbath Day you ; is chief meter tester in Winter aid funds for France
vertices sometime, somewhere appeal to your parishoners. : Corp. informed Sen. Holland yesterday I Orlando, Sanford, DeLand and Winter with the Orlando office.
Italy and Austria
for members only. i tone
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an announcement at -- --
morning that its losses -- ----- -- - --- -
j today. --- ---
sharp reduction in shipments t nt
your masses on Sunday and on on storage egand dried fruits
SIR WILLIAM ALLEN PIES I I That's the bet his father. I raw materials to those count'' > .
BELFAST (API Sir William :< Thomas F. Boylan of New Christmas Day, Boylan Sr. asked I I already purchased would exceed 2,105 New Phones !In ; officials said yesterdav. but
"to advise of
Citymade I
of'' Brunswick is taking, you any strange I I the S5O; ) million in the House bill Young Convicts
Allen 81, Unionist member anyway. boy in their neighborhood. or if i Sens. Holland and Hayden introduced t every effort will be made to
He has made a stirring appealto ,
Parliament for County Armagh Gerald be present at mass to maintain a heavy flow of food
an to increase
since 1922. died last night.FIVE Catholic priests throughout telephone his home by reversing' Although 2,to": new telephoneshave > where we hath... out- 1 The Administration author
the limit to SR5 million
the State to implore the youth provide
i | been installed in Orlando hide ities who made that
the charges. plant cable facilities for prediction
KILLED to return home for Christmas ample funds; for a citrus End Food Strike ,
:since .Jan. 1. 1947. the Southern those noon the waiting; Ii!"t. started a round of conferences
FRANKFURT. Germany (lAP: with his parents knowing that "Oerald is fire fret, eight purchase program Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. The outside cable facilities and looking to a general revision of
Five miners were killed in an Gerald, a devout Catholic will inches in heaght and weighs I, "The Senate approved a stall has more than .on the central offices are the plans. The goal is to keep the
explosion in the Gneisenau coal continue to hear mass. 140 pounds. He has light hair, I limit of $f..j million, which was waiting list for phones. holdups-but the picture principal is much SANDS POI='T. Tex. (l"PISome ] non-Communist! governments of
pit at Dortmund Friday. Young Boylan 15, left home in hazel eyes and is slightly freck- $15: million more than thehouse Whether :300 youthful convicts at
or not this backlogof brighter now than it was even those" three nations! on even keel....,
le 1- had authnri/ed, Darrington State Prison
I and the
- < Farm
I! applications can he whittled MX months ago," the manager re- until Congress acts on the $17 t
-_ Olsen C. Falrehild "lie is dearly loved by his :, conference 'Onnnittf'f", in adjusting down b> this time next year to marked. tired of a thrC'f'r1aiE't and of uncooked billion four vpar Marshall Plan

N LeRoy: Hoeoutct family and is not guilty of any the differences hey a point where a potential subscriber He !said" that Southern Bell is vegetables small wild recovery program which Pre
tween the House and !Senate frame: capitulated ending
1 yesterday
Milton. E. BrayE. wrong doing. Christmas will be can have a telephone now installing additional central Truman submitted Friday.
bills made the limit So'lj mil- when he asks for it is a hunger strike that beganednt'sdav. ,
Frank Gardner sad if we do not hear from him, a matter i i office equipment which will be -
the appeal concluded. lion. The Sit: million wa of speculation. This is not a situation .
H. Ryland Cox the third
completed during
solely' ort the basic. of the plea' peculiar to Orlando alone. of quar- A Awaiting them as they filed Nine Die As Ammo
ter next
FAILCAMELLIAS i of the' citrus !Senators.i Most cities throughout the country year. into the mess hall for their first
T Santy FundContributions | "Since all of the legislative are beset with a similar As for the national picture the '! hot meal since Wednesday werei ., Dump Explodes

authority and appropriation were problem according to Associated Associated Press reported thatat i fried pork chops and brown i i BLAUSEE. Switzerland [UP1}
obtained through the efforts o! Press. the end of the war the Bell gra\y. red beans turnip greens An ammunition depot blew up

the Senators and Congressmen System. representing some 80 tomatoes and corn bread. inside
: In Orlando the situation can deep a mountain in the
'I Contributions reported yester- from the citrus States and since'' he interpreted to indicate therapid per cent of the industry. had a Warden David H. Coers, Benese Alps yesterday creatinga
of 2 million
I 1 backlog applicationsor i
for the Fund the Department of Agriculture confident that the strike wasbroken
Santy sponsorI growth of the commun what the calls "hold man-made volcano that spew-
ed I by the American Legion and I purchased its present holdingsof ity. The telephone company is orders." It had company expected to have I said 3O9 men ate at the ed boulders, bombs, hand gran-
eggs and dried fruits with now !serving 17,73.1 subscribers. j noon mess. ades and hot
The SentinelStarere: them cleared up long before now, throughout
I other funds. claim that, SinceronE'day.!': the inmates
we can .
1 there Mere 2,885
Anonymous _ i LDOAnsnymwe but reckoned without the unprecedented Kanderthal Valley, wrecking
hh_ 1.00 the purpose of the new legislation : applicants on the waiting list. had refused to eat. protesting
-- -- ------- -- flood of applications for :scores: of houses and a railroad
Edd. Naroer _____ 2.00 and appropriation is to It i is about the food in general. and
uh nnn from these
W. B. Calknt, .___nn_.______ 2.00Red provide apparent figure new telephones, and had to inaugurate station Nine persons were reported -
Loyo __ _______ 1.00 for the inclusion of such !'. provided by J. A. Mooney- particularly about the short
----- --
An Ideal and DifferentCHRISTMAS Roy Allen _ un_ 1.00 foods as citrus fruits in foreign ham. district manager, that an unprecedented ex- meat rations I killed. .
Mrand M.- F. W. Tower _h __ 5.00 pansion program to meet the sit-
Flo.d. Santarium i Kitchen relief feeding programs. I' Southern Bell here has barely 'j uation.IT.iLI'.
Employes _U_U____ 7.00 "We will also take the managed to abreast of the I :
posi- keep
p. V. Mc K.l..y ______ 2.00Mrs. Army To Probe Prison Camp
W. J. etti9'ew hn________ 5.00C. tion that it is not necessary for I request for phones. Installations : RUPTURED
J. Salhet
the 'will have to be The SEW\ :
GIFT Commodity Credit Corp. to stepped ma- Dobbi Truu IS dlttuetBalblru
Jackson. Snort Sh... ._n___ 5.00 n(). n1"1: [ [ Fi' ign mint-trv \rm\ 'E'tf'rnav ordered an in- bpi ]leas trapleu. Nopincbinr __
Insane Sh. Shoe ____ 500 liquidate its holdings of egg'i'lnd i terially next year to wipe out ,
Cert. W Hli C.. _u___ 2500.rlectlon .ixikesi m.in Said) \e-temav I ItahIti)1W5 \ t'<;'igit-; \ of published reports bin mi illpDlnc or ehaf
0..r.. _h_u__r___ 1500M. dried fruits by March 31. the the backlog.' | l t-i, a- K'' iplpgat "i x. "' ni. .Li.> toward prisoners at .n* Washable, aanilarr tRdemonstration
M. Mart ____ ______ 1.00 date when it must its "\t e are installing phones as
n report THE DOBBS TRUSS. 12 Carolina: 41.
from ___ MOSCOW --rf M'gOlldUUffOJ 'hiamp oordon disciplinary'
$3.50 to $25.00Spectacular __ ____ 'I
Peggy Shenner 3.35 I fast
.. u- losses to Congress. A Department as we can" Mooneyham Hour t to S. Phono 2-127.
J. D. Sages .UhUn_ 5.00 i a trade treat -soon; oa'tai'k. near Augusta Ga i
O..n. County Ret.il Liquor t of Agriculture official admitted I I said. "Installations are beingto
Dialers Aun. and Orlando ReytaI.r 1
Liquor Dealers. A.... __ 205 DO to Sen. Holland that it I! ---
camellias hardy and easy to care Harry 5..nt. ROM __ U u_______ 1.00 1.00Beha.l would not he necessary to do be deleted from the amendment -

for, make an unusual and unique gift that will Tanner 5.51. _un____ ,.laBrewster This. !I under House!': rules to avoida
Van W.I" .10 "If the
corporation hold. of
thrill home __._ __ | point order which couldhave
every owner . and will last for un I.DO
t .. R. Dee _ U ___ 1.00 glen half of its eggs; beyond blocked our whole effort

years. c.ntr.1: American"I.Veterans Chapter___D.III.eI 2500 that date, it Mill hate ample "The House:; and Senate conference -

Anonymous _. _nhn___ 2,00 funds for a citrus purchaseprogram. committees later
h hn gave
r A Fr.ed __ ________ 5,00 I
t FEATURING Eloull.'h J. Smith _n______ 5.DO j I this authority to the President
OF h
C. W. J.....,.. _________ 10,00 Walker said he had "grave I Iuars" (Obviously the Sec. of Agriculture
Frank P.ttm.n
RARE AND UNUSUAL CAMELLIAS. Anonymous _hn________ 500 5.00 I that Pres. Truman might who knows more about
f Loren Lastley --u________ 20,00C designate\ the Sec. of State to foods than any other cabinet of
E. McKa" _______
f MANY VARIETIES NOW IN BLOOM A. E. Cary u.h.nuu_-__ 2000 exercise his authority in determining ficer. should exercise the authonty .
... _
a.rn.d.tte G.rtn.r h 500Midsett what foods: other than for the President. But

'Trail Grill 5. Orange Blossom___ 5.DO wheat. are appropriate for foreign i the State Department may try
!! ALL PLANTS GUARANTEED TO BE FIELD M.- Ida. Orace T..eI .unn_nhh__ 2.00 relief in excess of domestic | get it in order to restrict use
C. N. Farrell _u______ 5,00 j I
GROWN SPECIMENS J. W. Buckman ___ 500 requirements under the new law of foods other than wheat.
_ __nnu_________
J. W..r Gan
1,00 and
Jack Ray _n ______ 100A. that he had asked Florida j{ Walker said' the next step) in
T. C.rtor _nh_n_____.___ 5.00 !Senator: : and Congressmen: to i the effort to promote Oo,ernmeiit -
t DELIVERIES ARRANGED TO SUIT CUS- Er..t Kelly', Kell"o.ec.rr. . ____un________ S00 5.00 request the President to give this purchase of citrus prod.'I' .

TOMERS CONVENIENCE Mr and M.... J. O. St.1Jln.k. 1.75 authority to the Sec. of Agri- '' nets would be discussed with
... K.t John.to. -- ._- 2500 1.00 culture. 'I' Agriculture Department officials
Amy.t Seamg Card (Dec III 32.33 -The !State' Department has AND TUESDAY-XMAS DELIVERY
EXTRA FINE AZALEAS 60c to 85c E. C. H.q.n !r. ___ 5,00 next: week. OPEN TILL 9 P.M. MONDAY
D. L M. CoIw.n _____ 25.00 resisted' all efforts to includecitrus I "The department will have to
Howard L. HoIcom'' .___ 5DO fruits in its foreign relief decide what additional foods it ,: GUARANTEED ON ALL MERCHANDISE SOLD UP TO 5:30:
Mr. and ___
Mrl. J. G.
Frank Sa.ana. __ 1,00 200 programs," he said. I can purchase with the S57'4! million
N. L. HASTYJr. C. C. Coff.n _-_u.hhnn_____.__.__ 500 "While it can now get citrus now available to its Commodity WEDNESDAY
Anonym.ul _______ ___ 1.00Mrs.
H. D..k. ___h________-_ 1,00 fruits for the same calorie cost; Credit Corp. which will III"

J..L Clark _nnh_ n_________________ 4.00 100 as wheat the transportation I involve working out arrangements : I 'A COMPLETELY NEW
44 E. COLONIAL DR. PHONE 2-2162 H. B. Hudson ------ t costs on a calorie basis are higher with the State and War 10' PAY AS LITTLE ASWEEKLY
r Traffc Anonymous Mana.m.nt inc.-====== t: :i than for wheat. This is a factor Departments for their acceptance ,

Mr. and M... H. .1111... _____ 2,00 ,i the State Department is certain i|I! and use of these foods and the RADIO-PII0110 COMBINATION
,. __ __
Open _
Daily Including Sundays An"m 2.00 '
.ylouSI" donated _____n__ 2.05041 to consider since it must pay I final approval of the President
!, transportation costs from its or whoever he designates to' Ss
Total A
+2.63x.31 50
own appropriation. exercise his authoritv. he said

""-e had specified In our I "Because; many officials will i.i

original draft of the almond not be in Washington during the I II .
I ment to the relief act that theSE I holidays:, it probably will not be

II :'('. of Agriculture::; he the pt'r-I!! possible to get decisions in these .
son to say what plentiful I: matters until after the first of fd ,

I are appropriate for foreign relief the year though much of the
and in excess of domestic !!I preliminary detailed work will bi
requirements but his name had be done meanwhile."
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VISIT : ,litlE>< CI.II II
THE UNIQUE RECORD SHOP a s Offers Advice On Camellias
31 East Chuck DR. P. D. NAPIER Specialist Hasty
531 C theart It. Ph. 2-OST ANTED

By N. L HASTY JR all like to hare plants that ,and water well. Soak the ball them growing. any tit balanced\\
Nurseryman[ ana ape .-: hate bloom buds, but they are and the surrounding ground to fertilizer with an acid reaction is
I t I Ie The camellias are often referred not fo' important as! growth I I the depth of the ball, I suitable.
i to as the aristocrat of Southern bnds.; I Remember, never plant a Camellias are comparativelynew
gardens. and it is generally Second-planting: To get the I ramellla deeper than it stoodin i in Central Florida, but
2nd-3rd s lf .3 agreed that feIf any plant, maximum growth and bloom I the nursery, and by leasing: lour soil and climate are ideal
1st- f /rival a camellia your camellias must he planted it two or three inches higher This is proven b\ the fact that; COLORED WOMEN
MORTGAGES Z1 Soootmfot.r beauty.. tight Select a well drained lo- it will do much better.I I more and more large nurseries
Into FurnJfor It has the distinction (ation. one that has some shade, highly recommend a mulch are establishing in this section.
or Sif Qatar* of beinga but not full shade. The plant : of pine needles or oak lean; and there I is;;; no reason whY we
d Vo Car or Furniture NOT :NECESSARY TO PAY symmetrical itself likes plenty of sun. Most two or three inches deep around 'an't have as fine camellias'hereas
Too Old OFF OTHER LOANS evergreen shrub nurserymen are now growing in the plant is!'; sufficient. This helps in any part of the country FOR
No High Balance Too Get Cash Even If You i the year round. full sun. but your blooms will the soil retain most of its moisture By all means try a few plant;;
I Sate RrtlnanrlBf Have a Loan Elsewhere and coming into r. .. full bloom in the Your plant probably will be even temperature, especially in \arieties!: and I think YOU will In
SIGNATURE LOANS I dead of Winter n. R&balled and burlapped Dig a i the hot summer months and as pleasantly !'lIrprisE'fI' the ro PEELING GRAPEFRUIT
F AUTO VALUEa lour Promise to Pay -at a time hole about twice the size of the it decays, it adds plant food and suits' and will IKJ looking for additional !-
'O "CHle1a .p 110 IZZ5e IS ALL WE ASK i when most bdU Fill in the bottom with a I humus to the soil. varieties euhtear: ,
'U Models .p 110 IZOO dormant mixture of peat humus and topsoil Spraying the foliage; with a
:: Models Modela.p: see aT. Emergency Pay Day Loans 'I plants. are or rich top soil alone. Do : fine mist of water t'Tt'rda\ or , Starting December 29th
Pack this 'iO now for week or ten days, r lili I IBE ;
Other Cars If you're short between pay days. Many homeHasty not remove burlap. :
Preport come in and get 150 Pay it .back have the idea that camel- well and place the plant at least and jour plant is established.Bear I i iI iI ii ii
.. I owners
3* days The east is (1 75sonnel I SURE
in mind that
.. .. -. lias are difficult to grow Thisis two inches higher than the your plantsare
invited to service
AI ary -" are use our and must have
not so. They are slow and ground level. living things TO
TIME LOAN COMPANY I' difficult to propogate. but this is Fill in around the ball with water and plant food. Never let
c. W. THICK" HOLMES. MANAGER a job for the nurser\man: and it fertile top ,.soil of the same mix- your plants\ get too dry. and one Attend Church SOUTHERN FRUITDISTRIBUTORS
U W. CENTRAL AE. .:. PHONE 2.4S01 ihis responsibility to deelopa lure of \peat and top soil Remove or two applications of fertilizer ,
the nozzle from hose in the earlspring: will keep
your I
. before it
Free Parking Grand Central Station W. Pine St. hardy vigorous plant TODAY
is offered for !"sale and if a few' - i m INC.
simple rules are followed you ,
I can maintain plants in jour
garden\ with a minimum of effort I SUNDAY Pinelock Avenue, Orlando Phone 2.1671

Gen. Ike In Favorter
Santa ClaJ's First, purchase jour plantsfioni Gaining
a reliable nurseryman, as
you would any other article. I ---
looking By GEORGE GALLUP ;I what candidates are selected, :
Select a \igorou ; plant
,.. one with a good foliage color .['1 r Am iron In" "ta" Pub!, Op..llOnlPRINTETOV the 1918 Presidential election is
4yr and husky growth bud*. We N. J.-Xo mat- going to be decided by a voting:
- ------- . --- bloc of some 13'i million people !! r
"JJ. - -- -
.: f ,)t i' yXXXXXXlXXfXXSi-XM$ ,:i;-; -.. : -. y'dA-l.: who power hold in the America balance today.of political III ASSOCIATED HEADQUARTERS For t.

I LAST MINUTE. I II The outcome depends diret'.tIyon
A'f . what party can make the
\ "
Ill Be most successful, appeal I to this

)J "' ;.f1 !{, Seeing i I I i CHRISTMAS SUGGESTIONS I group pivotal is and the decisive independent:group voters The I I

' -.1.\ 1 You
-.. I 'f Gen Eisenhower: is the most
... fa\ored candidate of this groupt."lay A
... |>ii.bably l because he I
\ ... -4/-1 Ii PHILCO
B q j ; ha. lemainrct try"ti.,... aloof from partisan

thin 'n five f f2: per
R ('1'1111! h. "i"ifios" himself, as
: | 1 CONSOLE COMBINATION 18950 A indeiwnd-u jh,** i I.., he considers .
l \. ... him | f.. longing not to
: t the \: Pam or to theDemocrat
r : 2 1 1-COMBINATION TABLE 10995 t. 11 li thut as: a man -- -
: ; MODEL. who i is! a tfflswitih from one
; .
; party to m1 depending on
j i his own ?ri 1aJ) convictions. I
3 1 1-CONSOLE ,
11495t Neither }Republicans nor '
) : t* RECORD PLAYER the Demdrraj have enough I II XJV1AS IDEA / *
:4 ti 'I regular ort Hj il'shelled party (
.i .* members tp ( '1'the r country:
t' / other Philco and RCA
? Many they must relHon the independents -
:, radios . table and console }t., to sup"I" 1, enough Notes to \ I

.Y' models to select from . > win.Right 9 RCAVCTOR
w. nOt t iSf maJority of independent I .

I M Small Appliances . ideal 'j'T-rs lean toward I
WILL BE AT the Perm "a'" For 16 years
Christmas gifts for the I
y! the Repuhi I. whole family . 1;
t win ixyiilthe independents
and thew: | B ;successful: only I ) 1
STROUD'S NO. 3 r'nee-in -''J'J 1146 Congressional 3 ,
i WILLARD & KEISER \ elet try f'_ The rest of the -THE GIFT THAT .
; time the /Ipendent, vote has
100 S. Orange. Phone 2.4438 h proved a >+' |'JA' hunting groundfor
"t . PHONE 5136 the I P, mocrats. The trend KEEPS ON GIVING- /
DEC. 22
From A.M. to 5 P.M. follows: .
nn nn n nnnnnnn
-- "If a Presidential election
wet being: held to"a)'. which -
part would you vote for-the ,
l)eniniiatic or the Hepubli-

7:30: WHOO 7' ::30 j can""Independent Voters"r 1 I \..';.

P. M. \.. '.i. r.i \; , p"l
1944 election 6'r: 3 Mon. Thru Fri. SATURDAY .. 1 ,= -- Oct. IM7 'i': 41TOI :
-...-- "! ..".. .... 'f' :.. -, >.\\. ....... S' 43
.. '- _. ,
I T 'oZv;(''''''' -
o 1 t .\.. for candidates\ for 1918 ;
the independents. t.iday show a
preference for three leading!:
men--<;en. rKenhower: Pres. RCA VICTOR RECORD SUGGESTIONS
Trn n...n a n-J i Cor. Dewey ofNew
>, I : toikHrnH.. ici Jeanette MacDonald in Up in Central Park

ss's E f.tassE'n.: Fee of StateMarsho Music of Signund Romberg _.___..____..___ __.__non_ M 991
and 1 Henry A. Wallace
,irt ;al-." populaamong inde- Orchestra with the
penden'sXlthough,. . I A Patrice Munsel Program-Al Goodman and His

: I! Gen Eisenhower does Jj Guild Choristers --.-.- M 1130

,y ',1 ?o I not:regular run Republican ahead in'polls Party among An Igor Gorin Program with Maximilian Pilfer Conductor .......M 1125

h*>rs. :he secret of his mem'l I Cb Songs and Spirituals by Marion Anderson ._ h_ M 986
xh<'n matched l against! Pres

( c e.R i m;.n in Mia., heat" races lies \\. Jeanette MacDonald in Song or RCA Red Seal Victor Records _. n_ M 642
2r l largely: in his" appeal to the inde

I pendentote. I Polonaise Music by Chopin with AI Goodman and His Orchestra -. P 145
< i I To pro')e candidate preferences
among the independents a list of ; Gladys Swarthout Sings Popular Song Favorites Accompanied by

. / \ :4. 9 > I a t 1 a I inentlv 12 men who discussed are being in most connectionwith prom { Russ Case .... ___ _u___ __ __________m_ M 1127

the 1018 race was handed to ______.___ M 947
A Song Program by James Melton _____. u
eachoter classifying himself as

t an independent. He was asked ;Wf Religious Songs Sung by Jeanette MacDonald ......._.__.__.._ uu. M 996
r. the question:
I h Fq" Mendelssohn Reformation Symphony No. 5 in D Minor Op. 107 DM 1104
wily "Suppose you had a chanceto
tote for your fatoiite candidate Yf- Victor Records Present a John Charles Thomas Program ---- M 645
S I for President in 1918.If :(
THE ,t l such an election were being Bach Mass in B Minor Volume One and Two __._____DM 1145-1146
held today, which one of these
!.. Violinist ______.__ DM 1035
men would you rote forT' \C' Bach Sonata in E, Yehudi Menuhin, -

WHOOT OWLS The vote: C'It/] A Lawrence Tibbett Program u --- h__.__________ -- M 1015

knight I>. Eisenhower 18"0 Brahms, love Song Waltzes m _--____ ..0_____ DM 1076

HAVE BEEN DOING harry S. Truman ... 17 00 Robert Shaw Director of Vocal Chorals
Thomas 1-:. Pewejr ............ 13I .
f : I llaiold M: Stassen ........ 10 "\. Rachmaninoff Concerto No. 2 in C Minor Op. 18
< RADIO WORK I (i.eorge Marshall: ......_. 10IloiiSlas '\\ Artur Rubenstein Pianist __ DM 1075lJA'
:; :Ala<'.\itliur ... Kithiir -
. 5 1/ ; w FOR US FOR MORE a : .\. H. \'aotlf'lIhf'rJ> .. 4 Rimskr-Korsakow-Scheherazade by San Francisco Orchestra --- DM 920
Earl Warren ...... 4
THAN TWO YEARS Robert .A. Taft .......... 3 Gilbert and Sullivan-Pirates of Penzance ________.______DC 6
Lererett Valtonstall .._... 1
Joseph. Martin: .....___ 1 i Paganini Concerto No 1 in D Major _________m ____._____DM 230
i Others ------------.1
I Webers Invitation to the Waltz with the Philadelphia Orchestra _$1.05

DIXIE LILYMILLING : ers Who* An are analysis the independent of the poll results - Chopin, Scherzo No. 4 in E Minor Op. 54, Vladimir Horovitz .

tribute shows I among" that all thev occupation are dis- fu'Concerto Themes, A Special Whittemore and love Two Piano Arrangement

groups but the smallest proportion 'sc -- of the Rachmaninoff Concerto No. 2 in C Minor
is found! among farmers. : ,.
One) farmer in seven' polled Meditation from Thais, Mischa Elman, Violinist ,

CO. INC. bj- the Institute claims to he gu Traviata Prelude to Act One NBC SymphonyPanis
., independent as compared to
I about one in four among business Angelious, Richard Crooks, Tenor.

liThe Progressive Millers of The South" and professional people,
i white ('Ollarorkt'rs and manual

: MANUFACTURERS AND DISTRIBUTORS ''I Geographically worker the smallest Store Open Until 9 P.M. Man and Tues.

proportion of independents is
DIRECT FROM MILLS TO YOU j i found in the South where only I 'I II
,one voter in 10 disclaims! !': an\ GREATER iOFEBEITER I
'regular\ (pam affiliation Elsewhere ;: D'
I slight fewer than one ---' "-' SARASOTA :

MEAL MEAL GRITS SYRUP I \oter in four.Malaria ._ :
i I exists: in 36 of the
States in the United: States



Florida, December 21, 1947 Efjr! !'rai&aH !'rnttnrl- !'tar Telephones: 4161 or 3-1681 Page 5-A I DEPENDABLE
BLOOD TESTS for Marriageand
Health Cards. "%IllourServkf'

School Honors 50 To Appear In Band Concert Today; Clinical Laboratory and Research i Repairs AU Standard and StrvireOn MakesHOWELL'S 3,MORE AT DAYS TO W MY CHRISTMAS SHOPPING .

I 108 E. Central Avenue. Room 207 OFFICE MACHINES Purcell's Church at Hugheye0
Fifty musicians from all over I sisal and modern music by one i sic. Slaughter said and promisesto < Fnone san 110 So. Court St. -:. Ph. 4341
P.P. Whitehair Central Florida will combine of the largest; !' hands e\er to appear I he one of the outstanding musical -
I I in Orlando. events in Orlando's history -
this afternoon at
their talents
I The concert will feature sev-I The concert program will in
The Lake Eola Park to present the eral of Central Florida's out- ,dude: Concert Marche by Fucik. CAN QAY '0,,,
to Sundoy Sen? nel' Star1 YOU.TOOr
S WASHINGTON Francis P. Central Florida Festival of Music I standing soloists and will offera :Morning, Noon and Night in Vi WIN cs t1AID =.
itehair of DeLand, distinguished which begins at 3 pnt, A. C. well rounded program of music enne by Suppe; selection ol YOUR 'BILLS
of 'I Slaughter announced. Christmas Songs, Beneath the -- CASu LOA R
Florida t"*ww" :::::'-p*':'*::3J! I Slaughter: secretary-manager: I i A ; ov
attorney, has "1 the Greater Orlando Chamber of I Ray O. Eberling, well known Holly, by Brockton; excerpt::
been elected a Commerce announced.The I. Florida conductor, who formerly from The Show Boat, by Kern: COMPARE 00 R RATES
of was band director for the City Waltzes from Spring, Beautiful 100 '300
'trustee" ash I n Mu"ic Kesliial, cosponsored i of Daytona Beach for 14 seasons, :Spring by LincKe; Slavonic Rhapsody I JDCJ 1 School by the Orlando' Chamberof I and now a resident of Orlando. by Fnedemann; Blue Dan-I Auto and Personal Loans GET 11 12..... t
Law, it Commerce and the American I will lead the hand. Guest conductors .ube, by Strauss and selections stools
nounced was Federation of Music, local will direct numbers requested -.from Rose Marie, by FnmL C O A1A/IE/ RC I AJL $130 10.01 1418
Xo. 3S1, will offer a tno hour I by the audience. I Arrangements ha .e been madeto CREDIT PLAN $100 13,34 18.91
yesterday.The .
leg'F program of classical, >""einiclaciamese The festival has'been approved hold the concert in the city O..O.&TED S3r0 10 01 18 31)
was by both the Orlando City Council 'auditorium if inclement weather Make Application

by Act of S Twins Take I and the national organization of presents appearances in Eola! 537 N. Orange Ave. Phone 7181 GET CASH TODAY
gress in 1938 the American Federation of Mu Park Slaughter said.
-- - -- ----- --
"gne instruction I Turn For WorseI.NDI.AXAPOMS --
W training in \\r] Pr. ""I"
Islative- and ad- Avhitehair Donald (' .ely, Indiana University I I 1'1 I Ii
ministrative procedure Medical Center. Director j.
and to develop a graduateand yesterday reported
research technique for studyat deterioration in the condition i i I
the source of substantive as of Siamese!' twin boy I
well as procedural problems involved horn Nov 29 to Mrs. Edward
in the legislative and administrative R. Speer, Bedford, Ind.
activities of the Fed- I The twins, born by a Caesarean ,
eral Government," the announce I operation, were I
ment saidWhitehair brought:!; to the medical center I'.'
is the only Florida ,I and placed in an Incubator .",
member of the board of 28 trus-- crib.
tees. The trustees come from 20
States and include many famous :!!

barristers, several of them former Danny Hinson Home
presidents of the U.S. Bar
Assn. For Christmas Season Iii

I Danny Hinson, who saved OFFERS SUCH CHRISTMAS VALUES !
FIRE SWEEPS BLOCK 1 $2,500 toward his college educa-
ELKTON, Md. (UP] Fire tion during four years as a mem- rt
swept through a block of Elk- ) her of the Sentinel-Star circulation -
ton's business section :yesterday, I department is spending the
destroying several stores, two holidays with his parents. Mr. WITH
small brick hotels and a theater. 'land :Mrs. V. L. Hinson. 620 N. i/c
i i Eola Dr. Danny is a freshmen NEW S
Rheumatism is comparativelyrare in the Northwestern University
in warm climates. i School of Journalism in Chicago. ,
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. TB Seal Sale Falls Shortgiven DOWNPAYMENTS
1 THIS IS THE BG! NEW 1 1943 ASSOCIATED has sold at lowest
,) With more than 8,000 Orange Orange County by the association : possible; prices. Seems: this, year we're
County residents who received ." :, J'\ APEX RADIO PHONOGRAPH COMBINATION offering our greatest money-saving values

Christmas Seals in the mails yet 'I "Plans have been completed" . many of thsTt: far below the regular
"unheard from," executives of Stine reported "for the biggest I 0I fit' ELEVEN TUBES *> NEW CIRCUIT retail saling price: . many of
the Orange County TB and i mass X-ray screening of Orange OVERSIZE AUDITORIUM-TYPE SPEAKER them actualat: half price.: And too,
Health Association Christmas I County residents in history." He : -7 Hf BUILT-IN FM AERIAL IA( Necessity) we sell on the EASIEST TERMS IN TOWNI!
Seal campaign said Saturdaythat declared that "an additional
more than $6,000 must be I$5,000 over our planned for 1 1 i AUTOMATIC RECORD CHANGER FOR _
collected in the next four daysto 'budget will be necessary to make t 10 and 12 INCH RECORDS
reach the drive's goal of $30- this screening a success" .
000 by Christmas.Paul I It is expected that 50,000 persons What Finer Gifts for Those We Love?

Stine, chairman of the i in the county will receive Not Make Your Gift
I Why List From i PAY ASLITTLE
Seal Sale, declared that returns free X-ray screenings under S3
from Bale of miniature the program whith is nationwide This of Useful Items Weekly
doable-barred' crosses on Sat- in ncope, Stine said Group ? AS
The seal chairman also reported N
urday were "jcratlfylnK" but '
that totals were not yet avail that 50 Orange County business :: NEW LOW DOWN-PAYMENT
able. firms have failed to respondto USE ASSOCIATED EASY PAY PLAN J' / /
early orders of Christmas
He reported that seal sale Seals and that more than 700 in- .
booths had closed on Saturdayand i dividuals who received seal 1 CLEAR STATIC-FREE RECEPTION. FM Is virtually
that Friday night reports in- bonds ranging in values from $;) s "---- unaffacfed by itafic-filfarl out disturbances caused
dicated returns would be over. to $50 have not responded."I l by sever. electrical or thunderstorms, a> well at men mode
last year's total of $880. I fthese people and firms an- PORTABLF static resulting from vacuum cleaners, signs electric

Pointing out that "pennies can- swer our appeal in the next few motors etc.
_, -- NO FADING. FM delivers strong uniform ,signal
not finance the association's pro days we will reach our goal and 2
within its rang ol about 50 miles. Reception! is clear
gram next year, Stine appealedto will be enabled to carry forwardour RADIOS
and constant d.y or night.
Orange County residents to program to stamp out tuberculosis -
contribute dollars "if the same in Orange County, .r t x 3 FREEDOM FROM STATION INTERFERENCE. FM tig.
service as In the past is to be I'Stine concluded. ...Ia levee limited ,.nll., which ia co"t..t de, .IIeI
"" -. +' .' a ' night. Therefore. FM is not susceptible to ee-eh.nn.t in
"--. + . -r terference. This is common at nigh"on the AM broadcast
--...,. '"" ..,,, 4 T / I band when signal range is greater than during daylight
J AT THE .,,-"" -r r i '' hours and stations widely sep.r.hd'but on the semechannel
FROM sr interfere with each other.

<. HIGH FIDELITY. The close spacing of AM ttatiooedoes .
""' .-, 4. not allow broadcasting of, sound, much above
WALK OVER t 10.000 cycles. FM stations broadcast sounds above thiirange
SHOPI $ 17 .95 ? *., ,? i' and even beyond the range of the human ear thus
I 1 FM brings thrilling new realism end tonal brilliance t.
I radio.
Fine Leather I J 5 FULL AUDIO VOLUME. Because FM hushes beef.A .
UP 4 ground noise caused by static and station interference
t 1:1 .. the softest notes end he rich full volume notes ara
SLIPPERSLeather equally clear and distinct
(! ', .


Lined, Turned / has an amazingly large assortment of popular male ',' v? ,
Soles 'e portable radios . ZENITH . RCA VICTOR . STROM- x k / 8
BERG. CARLSON . MAJESTIC . SPARTON . 5 ;,r r f ;< .. S ", 1 95

from our tremendous stock in leatherette covers, plastic cases, metal $19 9

Plain Opera Styles I cases and wood cases. Remember, you can enjoy I II portable any- ?
Burgundy Black Tan Blue yr ,4"r wherel II

$4.95 to $5.95 f PAY AS LITTLE AS $1 1 WEEKLY ,, yoe This Is hove the some see* cabinet on npopalor thus

__- ....r,g, ...."T -- -- ---w- radio
BLONDE priced at 400

Combination of Color. MAHOGANY
$4.95 to $6.50 ffiORTHOSONIC THE NEW 1948 UP TO 5:30:
r :: :
F ;
Offers a New Thrill i i ,
LeatherSLIDES --- In Radio Reception and

4 Record Playing! Manufacturer's List| Price . $99.95 FOR XMAS

r i Made to sellfor .95 $ 59.95AT ,

. .

TURN FLEXHandlastcd The cver-populjr -y
--- fjbte model' comcombinjtioni 1 i P+
Leather Soles ,, PRICE are
Rubber Heels.Burgundy. Qs\ IS 59995 here at ASSO IN
Peer Christmasselection ,
or city's largest ti r -
stock Beautiful, TOwN
j TWO OVERSIZE SPEAKERS hind tubbed, cib-

TEN TUBES inets, swift, automatic .
record m
\ changers! . 4;,, -
[ CLOSE-OUTS. . \ clear radio reception '
i ie your new tible.r
it PAY AS LITTLE AS phonograpk
'r sizes 8% to 10% Now $2.95 RECORDS OF ALL KINDS.
"The Best Buys Are To Be Found At Associated" h

TUESDAY 9 P.M. ___
t -

Men's Sox $.50 to $.85 Men's Shoe Trees $1.50 to $2.95 1to8P.M.
i HEAR Free 2 dour
Polish Kits $. .


Rear of Store

Playt>tl ry [ SARASOTA MIAMIOrlando

[Orlando Boot Shop] GUSTAVE RON FORT i I SDR '

64 N. Orange Ave. Beacham Theatre Block i i

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ORLANDO, FLORIDA_________ Bricker Blasts Lobby o'za't I, Birth Of Peace Prince Should

PuMl.hed; weekly. Net Year DII1". Fourth 3u1y, Labor
Day. Thank-eivinii Day and Christmas by Sentinel-Star Co. ::i By JOHN BRANSCOMBOur
IOrljndo I Daily Newspapers Inc 1 at 238 South Orange Ave., By DREW PEARSON Have Great Significance In U.S.Editor
"" J Notes from the 97th Senator-My colleagueson major Christmas problem this year is to with Him so completely, that Christmas will live .
OffIce at
as"second Post
,tVred class matter at the
'ando. Florida. under the Act of March 3d. 11711. the Senate Banking and Currency Committee make sure that Santa Claus will know where we in their hearts every day. : This week, the Western -
still can't believe their ears but good old Sen. Yes So many families have lost the art of living, world will celebrate an anniversary .
our .
to move. family \
4161 Editorial. I for
Advertising. Want Ad ; live, we are going f'ci
". LEPHONES 31681.SubsenphflPTCeSUfldY 9 John Bricker of Ohio took a stand against the allowing the true values to slip away through of the birth of the most !
Information _
wral .. address and with two billion
Only Per Yr aMARTIN real estate lobby the other day. John, of course, will have a new neglect and careless living, forgetting the little remarkable Man who ever lived. -

... ANDC SCM, E ITO& ANa PUILISHH was elected partly through his financial friend. people to look after, we are distressed lest the simple things that"make the difference between lie had no Army. He had no ,......, .

UMITT Bus. Mt Hr"n IAICM. EDITO.IAI Diateroa, John Galbreath of Columbus, the high mogul of benevolent old Saint of Christmas might miss his having just a house to live in and a real home to Navy. He had no air force. He """'"?/j" < "
C. W.
Eau HOUIGAN., MANAGING E.. MIITOM J. AUSTIN. A.,. MG. the Ohio Real Estate Assn. Galbreath even got'' annual pilgrimage to our house. It's mighty serve God in. A lady took her little girl to a department I He had never no armament killed wounded or weapons. ; !

J. W. LIMI-OII. CITT Cm. Mt.. R. T. MILLS Trro Surr.ROMIT State Building and Loan Co. move. A
F. WAiTta. CLASS Mtm. CHAIUS MIDLIN, Piss Surr.Mrmber However. at a closed-door meeting of the played some prank on him. The youngster }: : _- overthrew the tables of the ..
--- Senate Banking and Currency Committee, __ ; ; sePaea.3 ( .
explained his
of The Associated Press eluded him and the policeman s money-changers and drove them :::
The Associated Press is exclusively en- Bricker surprised everyone by failure to catch the culprit on this wise, "The : from the temple [Matthew

..: ntled lews dispatches to the use for accredited re-publication to it or of not all saying that some builders were faster 1 ran, the faster the boy ran. The nearer I (121:12J.] <

otherwise accredited in this paper and overestimating the sales price'I got to him the farther he was away, and the last His ministry: lasted only three
al :t> the 'ocal news published herein. of homes built under Section VI of years! He was crucified at theage THANK YOU!
I All for re-publacatlon of special : time I saw him he was out sight. t '
rights Act. In of :W: Yet. Christ extendedhis
the National Housing
dispatches herein are also reserveti.PAGE6ADECEMI3ER2I ot As we contemplate moving to a new home, it r Please make your PUBLIC
able to i imme influence and over
they were get J power
: 1917 way than the 90 cent is important that we take with us all of the : . more of the world than any other THOUGHT letter brief. We
per tt\1! i would like them typewritten
and the ,
values that will perpetuate
preserve ;
..'. conquerer who ever lived. This ,
insurance provided ... : double
mortgage .>. ... spaced if possible.
I under the law. I. meaning of Christmas. We simply cannot affordto ..>._; : >. "" : .. ......,.. humble, homeless Man, armed TilE EDITOR. ,
F move so fast that we leave behind the things only with the gospel of love and ..,

Our Program What this means is that the that tend to make a house a home. The other : .. peace established a kingdom in ----a

Elimination of Political Job Duplication ..Government, in some instances day I saw a Christmas greeting that read, "A I --- the heart of humanity that has 1935 Will Rogers probably was

Lower T GItes. Efficiency in Government ] is insuring the profits of builders I I Merry Christmas and a Swift New Year. But I I endured'and grown for nearlytwo the most quoted man in Amer
actual constructioncosts
I in addition" to am not going to accept that greeting . I hereby store to see Santa Claus Santa gave the I thousand :years. Despots and ica.

Bricker declared., "Some-" I I resolve not to be in such a rush to live out the child an apple. The mother said to her "Now I i dictators have striven in vain to But for 1.900 Years.. Christ has

TOfU rs THOUGHTThe Pearson! thing ought to be done about it. :|''i new year, because I want the spirit of Christmasto what do you say to Santa Claus?"' The little girl' destroy the almost universal been quoted more than all these
of New Hampshire, a' kingdom of the Prince of Peace.
way of the just is uprightness: thou, most Chmn Charles Tobey be able to catch up with our bodies.i replied "Peel if' wise men combined. To be wtdfrly

upright, dost weight the path of the just.- pioneer battler for veterans' housing, readily of ,i I making ready to move, of course we are You see, courtesy and kindness must bepracticed enduringly Christ was influential not only the Person most quoted, a man must speak or
agreed. So did our friend, Ralph Flanders ] .i write a lot of sense, and Christ
Isaiah 23.7. chairman of a Senate subcommittee i,I going to take the household things, clothes, i pots every day and not just at Christmastime I who ever lived but in many otherways did He uttered
Vermont. He is : more epigrams
or Thanksgiving, if these qualities are to
living costs in and pans, and some new things that will add to I the most extraordinary and sententious
Justice is the idea of God. the ideal of man, that recently surveyed in the comfort of living, but if Santa is to really find lodgement in the lives of the famil). Except Man ever born. He made the I other who sentences than
informed that some any man ever
the rule of conduct writ in the nature of man-. Eastern States, and us almost 100 find out where we live this Christmas, we must these lovely things live in our hearts daily best speech' of which there is any :, or wrote. spoke

klnd.-Theodore Parker. cases builders were being guaranteed make sure to take the intangibles that make life they will not come to the front and manifest I record Lincoln's great speech i Public
insurance on new homes. men have always
cent mortgage
per worth while. Somewhere I have pickedup themselves on special occasions. among the grave of Gettysburg
builder estimates that a 'i really striven to things in a catchy,
For instance, a considered
Fortunate it was for the whole world that the is bv many to he the
Santa Claus Is Eternal If the old story about the colored woman who easy-to-remember but dl t)
will ell for $9UW. way.
house he plans to build best speech ever made. A comparison
Babe of Bethlehem found live ,
a good family to
worked hard all week -while her husband stayed the
YEARS AGO a little girl, aged 8 this estimate is approved by the Federal of the Sermon on the politicians who have prat
with. A children. I
good family is indispensable to
FIFTY 1 around the house. When someone asked her if ticed since Plato prepared his
the Government will Mount (Matthew. 5. 6 and
to the editor of the New York Sun Housing Administration to she didn't get disgusted with her trifling man God relies on the Family to provide an atmospherein with the Gettysburg Address will 7J handbook of politics have not
the home
to settle a question that bothers all little insure a hank moragage; on up she gave this tender answer, "No. for :you see, which boys and girls can develop charactersthat I show the infinite superiority ofChrist' succeeded in making as many

children at some time in their lives. $sloo, or 90 l per cent. the I make the living. but he makes the living worth will be like unto the life of His Son. Some !'; great oration. wise and memorable utterancesas

The editor's answer is a classic . an Later, when the home is determine completed.that the while." days ago I was visiting in the home of a preacher It's opening passages contain did Christ in the three short

expression of Christmas sentiment that has builder and FIIA appraisers friend of mine who has four children of his own. some of the most sublime utter- years of His ministry on earth A _ _
original estimate was too high and that the And really, that's what we are going to needa ; reading of Christs' parables, recorded
before Easter several of
Shortly one in j
years ago, ances language.
any Nothing
been reprinted millions of times . and is builder can sell the home for only $8,100, and lot of in this new house . values that make. Demosthenes in Matthew Mark. Luke
the children ran to her parents and said, "Folks Patrick henry
today as well worth reading as ever by life worth "So have resolved that and John the Sermon
still make a fair profitThe living. we weare there's a little baby been left on our doorsteps." Webster, Bryan Churchill or any on the
young and old alike.IS home is sold at this price, but the original going to include a manager in our new Thinking the child was fooling, the family went of the other surpassing orators Plains, and the Sermon on the

THERE A SANTA CLAUS? mortgage value is kept, so that the American ,, home so the Babe of Bethlehem will have aplace out to the steps. . and there it was . a little I of the ages ever said can equal in Mount, will show that He said
taxpayers-through FIIA-guarantee the full to he born. simple sublimity and unaffected more sense in a few words than
We take pleasure in answering at once baby. They had four already, but they rearranged other who
$ sales price of ,100, per opening passagi i
and thus prominently the communication i Christmas is a Family Festival. The first the room in their home and hearts Christ drew larger crowds than
the actual con- es from the Sermon on the'
In other words not only
below expressing at the same time our $7,200. the Government Christmas was centered in a little family which everybody moved over a bit and they took the Mount: any other I speaker who eve*
great gratification that its faithful authoris struction costs are normally by about 10 had found refuge in a cattle stall and while theyI I baby in. Amen. God laid a little baby on the Matthew 5: 3 through 9: ;-spoke until sound amplifytri9'

numbered among friends of The Sun. but the builder's profits, percent I were there God laid a little baby in the Mother's doorsteps of the world. When we take Him in "3. Blessed are the poor in systems came into use in recent

arms and changed the destiny of the world and make room for Him in our hearts a new spirit: for theirs is the kingdomof years. He spoke to a crowd of
"Dear Editor-I am 8 years old. Sen. Tobey finally offered an amendment to Christmas is for the family, and the family has creative force will produce a better civilizationin heaven. "about five thousand men" in a

"Some of my little friends say there is the billion-dollar insurance bill to correct this to do with little children, and He whose birth- our world. "'4. Blessed are they that "desert place" [Mark 6:32.: 44))

no Santa Claus. abuse. I day we commemorate at Christmas laid His Laurence Housman, guest poet in the Amen mourn: for they shall be com "Great multitudes followed him"
(Matthew 8:1].
"Papa says, "If you see it in The Sun hands on the heads of little children and said, Corner at this Christmas Time, has expressed forted.
It's so.' Senate boss Robert Taft, himself ran inter- I "Of such is the Kingdom of God. The Christ I the importance of Christ being born in our homes "5. Blessed are the meek: for' No other person, ancient or

"Please tell me the truth, is therea ference for the GOP anti-inflation program in 'Child is God's greatest gift to humanity. lie is and hearts in the words: they shall inherit the earth. | modern, has ever held such a
the Senate clearing a quick path to the floor.I "6. Blessed:: are they which do i ihunger spell over his hearers. Christ r
Santa Claus? the basis for a real home, for a family of peace Light looked down and beheld darkness,
was on hand for the kick-off behind closed and thirst after rightous- :., had a genius for speech that has
VIRGINIA O'HANLON I and contentment for a nation of people who are "Hither will I go, said Light.
not been
Banking and Currency Committee doors. less: for they shall be filled. equaled by any other
I worthy and dependable, and for a world where Peace looked down and beheld war. He the
115 \V 95th St. Taft stuck! to haid-drivins: football tactics 7. Blessed are the merciful: for' person. was supreme
I there shall be peace among men of good wilL "Hither will I .go, said Peace. they shall obtain Orator of all ages.
Virginia, your little friends are wrong. 1 throughout; the rush-hour session, except for Everything goes back to the Home. If the spiritof Love looked down and beheld hatred, "S. Blessed are mercy.the in (, In thirty-three of life
couldn't resist takinga pure years
They have been affected by the skepticismof one grandstand IllaHt" Christmas loses out in the home. all of the ad- "Hither will I go," said Love. heart: for they shall see" God. on earth, in the guise and likeness -

a skeptical age. They do not believe except I crack at Truman and relaxation pointing!: out of the how antitrust the vertising in the world, all of the carols we might So came Light, and shone; 9. Blessed are the peacemak-}I of mortal man, subject to
had -
what they see. They think that rfothingcan President opposed| sing over the radio, all of the editorials we might So came Peace, and gave rest: era: for they shall be callel the ,I i all infirmities of the flesh, armed
his stand theI
be which is not comprehensible by their laws one day and reversed have in the press will not restore Christmas to So came Love, and brought Life. children of God." only with kindness and love andan

little minds. All minds, Virginia, whether I nf't.I the earth. We must cling to the things in the Light and Peace and Love said, Christ is the most quoted person unrivaled gift of speech!

they be men's children's little. In | South Carolina's Burnet Maybank saw a home that magnify, the spirit and mind and heartof "Hither will I go," and Jesus was born. !' who ever wrote or spoke. i i I Christ did more lasting goo 4
or are 1 danger in the provision that would permit industrialists Christ. so that the children will fall in love AMEN AND AMEN. For four hundred years, Shakespeare than all the warriors and statesmen -
this great universe of ours, man is a mere I to make certain agreements without has been copiously quot- '!I who have saddened and,

insect, an ant, in his intellect, as comparedwith II prosecution for violating the anti-trust laws. ed. For two hundred years; Dr. :.gladdened the world since tim|

the boundless world about him, as "I am not going to vote for anything againstthe WASHINGTON TREADMILL I Samuel Johnson has been much'':began.

measured by the intelligence fcapable of anti-trust laws," he blurted out quoted. For more than 2,000 i'i We should reverently celebrate l

grasping the world of truth and knowledge. "This only gives the President power to relax : years pher,,Confusius.the great Chinese has been philoso-quot--I I the His birth approaching not only anmvergay because H.of
\ j{
To Veterans' Status I
the anti-trust laws, purred Taft, "when he"con I' Probe ed in nearly all parts of the I was divine but also because He

VIRGINIA, THERE is a Santa siders it in the. best interest of the people. I' I world. From" 1928, when he began I I. was the greatest and best Man

YES Then the Senator from Ohio pointed out ,::: writing a daily column of :, who ever lived.
He exists as certainly as love By FRANK A. KENNEDY i ful in pinning Mr. Hendricks I tablished now will open rade '
caustically how Truman, himself, had switched comment for until FULLER WARREN.
newspapers i
and and devotion exist and Ir-\GTON-Congressman than the channels for heavy shipments of 'I
generosity down were
you se\"erall| his tragic death 15 I Jacksonville.
horses in midstream over the question. r on ,August .5
know that they abound and give to your 'Sikes has put his finger squarely i editorial politicoes who tried it surplus foods abroad. I
its I "Well, Senator, quipped Chmn. Charley !on a piece of political favoritism down home. The best this reporter The citrus industry has a
and Alas! how
highest beauty joy. I Tobey "that's the same thing the President :of which Congress has been : could glean was that strong friend at court, Sec. of THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON

dreary would be the world if there were no did once before in giving his blessings to a Henry guilty-favoritism, too, on which'the Congressman Hendricks will i I Agriculture Anderson, whose _

Santa Claus! It would be as dreary as if Wallace I speech." : Veterans Administration has not be a delegate to the Republican duty it will be to define the -

there were no poetry, no romance to make ,I been reluctant to report. National Convention.His quantities of surplus foods to be Darker World Seen Without

tolerable this existence. We should haveno Dropping in at a private luncheon of Congressmen The Crestview Congressmannow colleagues still stick to diverted to foreign relief. Sec.

in and the other day. I was interested in the wants to know to what degree the belief that he intends to run Anderson privately endorsedthe
enjoyment sight.
except sense veterans for the \ surplus food amendment Christ The Prince Of
The eternal with which childhood fills troubles Mohammed: Heykel Pasha President legislation for nothing next :May-beyond Peace
light *
benefit of World War II veterans ,
: of the Egyptian Senate. Some of us entertained election to the Florida Demo- _
the world would be extinguished.Not I him at lunch. exceeds in bounty and generositythe cratic delegation which will head The position of the St. Scripture: Isaiah 9:2-7: ; Revelation 11:15; 15:24By :

believe in Santa Claus! You might I One trouble is that Egypt wants to sell long-j veterans legislation which for the National Presidential burg training school peters-I WILLIAM E. GILROY, D.D.
well believe in fairies! You applies to veterans of the first Convention in Philadelphia next been consolidated in the '
as not might staple cotton to the United States.'Another is I "Jesus Christ the same yesterday, and today, and
World "'ar. He has time Commission seamen's train-
requestedthe July. If he can a leading
get your papa to hire men to watch in all that Egypt wants Britain out of the Sudan. The forever."
Veterans Administration to part in the nomination of a vice- ing program, even: though its
the chimneys on Christmas Eve to catch cotton problem, which is the cornerstone of make a prompt report. listing Presidential candidate. perhaps status has not been in doubt Thus the author of the Epistle to the Hebrews writes

Santa Claus coming down, what would that Egyptian economy, was the most pressing. benefits accruing to each classof Minority\ Floor Leader McCormack since Cong. Hendricks and Wig-- [Hebrews 13:8: ], and there could be no more hopeful, or

prove? Nobody sees Santa Claus, but thatis Soberly Sen. Mohammed Heykel Pasha described veterans. and analyzing the of :Massachusetts he will glesworth, [Mass.], chairman of I I comforting! thought in an ever-changing and disappointing
no sign there is no Santa Claus; most real Egypt's/ need for dollar credit, assured that long- differences which even a superficial have carved out an influential the Independent Offices Appro- world-disappointing in the persistent -.] -

things in the world are those that neither staple cotton. being a different product, would study shows to favor the niche for himself in State and priations Subcommittee, completed defeat of the aspirationfor
not compete with American-grown cotton. younger veterans.rarticularly National politics. lie still is in their inspection trip last the realization of on of dreams of peace and the con

children nor men can see. Did you ever see "Long-staple cotton is the lifeblood of Congress man his middle forties: he has plentyof month. 'I,earth, and good will toward peace men. templation of its Prince.

fairies dancing on the lawn? Of course not, I Egypt," he declared. Then he added, with a Slice wants! to know what exclusively time: he can watt for 1050, or According to the insiders. the 1 I But the eternal Christ is the But. dark as the world Is It

but that's no proof that they are not there. tn inkle in his dark eyes': "We could buy !' World War II emoluments '52, or even be ond. Maritime Commission definitelyhas i Prince of Peace, and that aspiration would be a great deal darker

Nobody can conceive or imagine all the American automobiles if we could find a still could benefit World decided to close down the can never cease as were there no Prince of Peace,

wonders there are unseen and unseeable market there." War I service men. Some benefits .- Sen. Pepper rightfully can cadet training school at Pass I long; as there are men and and no men of good:: will, who

I much he i is !sure, would apply claim a deal of credit for liningup Christian, Miss., where storm women of faith, who love Him seek above all things to do His
the world. As he trying to explain how
in was equally to both groups, though the four citrus producing damage compelled transfer of | and who daily His will, and who. in their attitude
You tear apart the baby's rattle and see I Egyptian cotton would he worth. minority leader they now apply only to World States, Florida, Texas Arizona, cadets and instructor personnelto Kingdom: pray come. Thy praver."Thy will toward their fellowmen. have already
what makes the noise inside, but there is a Alben Barkley, who had been busy elsewhere, War II veterans. Others of and California -a combination Kings Point, N. Y. The shut I he done in earth as it is in realized the dream of

veil covering the unseen world which not dropped in for a few minutes. Alben has a story course, would not be applicableto which opened the way to the down will save nearly $600,000of heaven." peace. Did not Jesus say, "The

the strongest man, nor even the united i!: for every occasion. the older generation. shipment of surplus foodstuffs the SI million which Congress I I Kingdom of God is within you!"
j I "That reminds me. ." he began, and launched ': Congressman Sikes apparently: overseas, and so relieve the decreed should be cut from original The prevalence of war and And may we not be thankful for
strength of all the strongest men that ever into one of his famous anecdotes-about the time has s handed the VA something ofa drain on the grains.Sen. i budget estimates. There is'' strife, and the selfishness' the r the many in whom the Kingdomhas
lived could tear apart. Only faith, fancy, I!I, good to believe that the greed the hates, the lust for pow-i i come?
Daniel Webster couldn't decide what to speak task. Not only is the legislativefile i Pepper had a lot of : reason i already
the distrusts: and suspicions! ,
poetry, love, romance can push aside that j about at a Boston meeting. Someone suggested voluminous:: but there are help, especially on the House Wigglesworth Committee is prepared er.that cause war, and that threaten A" for the world still far

curtain and view and picture the super- '; the tariff. many other laws affecting veterans side where Cong. Peterson of to approve a deficiency appropriation like\ a thunder cloud a world from the Kingdom and for the.*.

natural beauty and glory beyond. Is it all i ireal' 1 "Some are for a high tariff, and some are fora which are outside VA jurisdiction Lakeland. and Anderson of to make up the balance twice bathed in blood in our man) millions, who, like those T

Ah, Virginia, in all this world there is low tariff," replied Webster. "I am in be- -the homestead laws. for California !succeeded in writ. thus leaving funds for the ,generation. might cause the cynij I j of old. care little for troth, and _ _
example. are administered by the ing an even stronger amendment St. Petersburg institution fully i righteousness and love and (
nothing else real and abiding.o I tween. cal to remark upon the futility i
I intact. |
General Land Office. into the final draft of who will not ronie unto the
\ Santa Claus! Thank God, he I lives I I I: What about the national debt, the great A bill to equalize Tncle Sam's the $597! million foreign):; relief The Mississippi cadet school Life-finer that they may hare ,

brevet A thousand years from now, Virginia orator was asked. treatment of the two classes! of art. admittedly duplicated some" of Florida canal and the talk in life we may expert no sudden

10 times 10,000 from now :, "Some want to pay the national debt. and veterans is the: object of Con- It was Sen Pepper however, the activities at Kings Point, : Navy circles is more about a transformation.The .
nay years 1 1 some don't," said Webster. Then he pulled out who started the ball this ship canal than a barge canal
gressman Sikes' request for the rolling and the Maritime Commission time seems long since the
he will continue to make glad the heart of I his wallet "How much is it? Ill pay it right ,, VA report. session taking the cue from conscientiously could not justify'; In the closing months of the Prophets dreamed of peace, and

childhood.__ __ here." I + * Sen. Tydings Maryand: who its continuation, especially as ,, European war, the Germans put since the Prince of Peace fir; _ _
u Congressman Hendricks! continues sucessfuly sponsored a mild the storm damage had been to sea a few very fast "breather"Uboats came to earth. but it is onlv a

CRACKER POLITICS to tantalize his colleagues form of the same idea last Sum- heavy. Reconstruction funds equipped with a snout day in comparison with the agesin

concerning his future political mer, slipping it into the bill for would be needed. in addition to which enabled them to recharge which the physical world was

I ambitions, and has been no the occupied areas. the operating budget of $600,000 their batteries while moving forming. We read that with the

more communicative during As Sen. Pepper pointed out ina annually. submerged. The fast subma- Lord a day is as a thousand

Ervin Set To Give Burton A RaceBy cloakroom confidences than recent statement, the real pay- rines gave the sub-chasers a years. and a thousand years asa !

when he churned up a wake of off perhaps may not come until Reports reaching the Depart- deal of trouble, despite the best day.
speculation across the State the permanent Marshall plan becomes ment of the Navy that Soviet detection devices. The submarines -
By ALLEN MORRIS Those lends are feeling better Tampa and former Sen Samuel last month. operative. With more Russia has 250 U-boats, of superior now building in Russian What i is! important to rcmen

Soft- peaking about Krin: \ chances; now he \\-. t.ifi/rn; ni Gainesville;; Veteran Washington reporters money to spend under the Marshall design built or building, Baltic ports are said to be even her is that. though the becauseof comma

Richard W. KIMII: is dispelling has, ; had OPPOrtUnItY to show his have been no more success- plan a clear precedent es- have revived interest in the more advanced, having been on of peace be long delayed.follow the
refusal to
early belief 1 1. UutdBui- ;ihiluv to campaign. Tlio thud -Hie of what at present | German drafting boards when man's not
ton could l'.tptm'(' the '"r> ot .Attorney Burton his for triangular contest, State ;, the plans fell into Russian way of Christ. God has castfl
began IS a
quest "
time for his old job of Congressman i< who also was said to be ("on. road commissioner) are supporting ,us off, or forgotten us. The Book-
General m a v. ilk Hui ton votes; under! favorable cucumstaiues Rep P. Guv; Crews of Jackson- hands.
from the Third District written for
:yet, ma- win. hut he \\ II It"! he puffin . for he had become fair- \ ille. could he quite a factor but Those who have been spreading tacting friends to determinewhether him. : In 1912! Congress):; authorized of Revelation was suffering dire

? from the run. ly well known around the State thus far he has not stirred him- this claim the Starke they will support Burhowever The race for Attorney General the 12-foot barge canal across those who were of violence
story in
persecution an age
Ervin la PaI..tk.. ,.wvei who lIe has been State Attorney of citizen could termin ton." may be obscured later in the North Florida at the heightof
one more and
self.A nrt cruelty. its message w'J
I, ; 14
has been in tne Si itf <.,(overn-: 'he \.uchula circuit since 1029.md story-teller and a criminal the submarine warfare in
Congress materially: enhancehis unobtrusive he mayhave dust kicked up by the candidatesfor that despite these things tnelove
men let!' I'J was governor of Florida K1.wani lawyer of renown. Crews enjoysa Federal the Gulf and off the Florida will
rights. of God
pension Governor, but right now and purposes
years d-: "t'UJ.. > in 1031! and president of wide acquaintanceship, parti-- i( been. Ervin neverthelesswas peninoula. In February 19J3: ,
assistant to the the operating" officers association -cularly among Legislators past well known in governmentalcircles Er\m and Burton are getting Congress!! refused to vote the prevail.It .

Attorney General I in 1937. He belongs to a 'and present, and has a host of Watson, as Governor. would when he entered this race!, around and causing people to appropriation, chiefly I on was on the eve of His own

) and more string of fraternal organizations, relatives in West Florida. He is possess more than casual interest for his work brought him into 'talk about them. grounds that the war would death that the Prince of Peace

recently as resI- and has been active in alL ''a native of Bonifay, in Holmes in his successor as Attorney contact with countless Flor- b,' won before the canal could said "Be of good cheer" I have
dent attorneyfor A contest for Governor in County. 'General for he would not wantat idians. Many of these felt friendly * be completed. There was some overcome the world. And it is

the road de- 1936 when he labored underI There have been persistent reports his left side in the board rooma toward him for assistance in That the Supreme Court is naval and military testimony 'in the name of that overcoming

f":'rtment lie charge of being the "crown l Lex Green might get into man out of harmony with his the business!' which brought above politics has not kept some in support of this thesis. Christ that we are given the

Never a candi-- I prince" of the out-going Dave this race but his name has been governmental view*. Watson often them to the capital of the State's wiliest politiciansfrom The Armed Services foreseeno prophetic vision of redemptionfrom

I sorrow and suffering I.....................
has he sitting on that bench.
(L.te in the {past Sholtz administration, finally mentioned in connection with complained occupied Ervin has!' strength in particular war in the next four or five from sin
and 'eruinN has become an asset for thisgate m311offict's in recent months a minority role in the present among the younger lawyers Back in 193:>. the court had its years. After that. they declineto through redemption all _
shall wipe
"God away
not the bark{ him the seasoning of a and likely Green himself does cabinet. in Miami for example.: Henry H. friends in the Legislature establish speculate. Some of the of- .Neither shall there bean

r' ':;mg t.\'pe. State-wide. calulbaigli' which not know what he finally will The Tampa Tribune, in a Taylor Jr. William Gibbs (son a different qualifying deadline ficers are asking themselveswhv tear' "

En tn i a t h t' i t.reen stands him ill :joo l ..tt'a.' todd). tlo this Spring front page; story last S'rin| }:. of fnrm'rtt.." Gen. George for candidates for the high be the same sort of a fool ) more pain. _-______
startled hi.-v tnerm.- b\ >;.tuig Burton has -tiong political The talk lately, in fact has quoted unidentified mutual ('ourerGihbs of Jacksonville) tribunal-Feb_ 1. instead of the twice Why not build the Florida "And" there shall be no more

into the race then Tom U atson friends as a result of his past been that Green defeated for friends of Watson and Burton Jeptha P. Marchant [former Polk date in March which is 45 days canal itself economically curse. "These" things; are faith

abandoned the Attorney Genjjj0j'.j0j-i act!iues -- ote-geuers like John Governor in 1944 and for U S. a*. sayIng; Burton I6b *ati.fao legislator} and Raymond Burr prior to the shifting: date of the I'justified, now-while we have ful and true. What a messagefor

Lykes and C Jay Hardee in Senator in 1946, would run this tory la the eyes at** Watson, j' [whose father once was a rall- first primary e1eci. I the tine? Christmas _ _



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Ice For A Fevered Brow Leo Carroll To Play Here a. r EsI -

ty PAUL GALLICO/ of sweat upon the lip. You've I 'leo G. Carroll distinguished I Bernard Shaw's comedy. You I II
Woah there, brother! Get a remembered someone you've for I sta of stage and movies, will be I Never Can Tell in which he will .
grip on yourself! Don't give wayto I gotten. You're going to dash out presented in Angel Street a I play the starring role. !
I panic. Only four days more into the Christmas whirl' and and then it's all over. Take buy something.Do open lot a four day run at Annie' Inspector Rough, a part he played :
heart! Galileo is standing by I you know what will happento Russell) Theater, Jan. 8, 9, 10 and : in the Broadway productionof
you when :you get caught up *' Dir. Howard Bailey announced I Angel Street. I'
you.Clip this arti in that last-minute department yesterday. Matinees I In obtaining Carroll, Bailey
cle. Don't lose it. store frenzy You will forget I also will be given on Jan. 10 said that Annie Russell Theaterwas
Carry it around completely who you are getting and !l2 I continuing a policy in
with you in something for, or what or how c Carrollho recentlycom 'augurated several :years ago of
your pocket and many. You'll just buy and buy pleted a Broadway run in The bringing nationally known stage
consult it from and buy or the sake of buying. r, ruid Circle, will he supportedby stars to the Rollins theater.
time to time. It's You'll come home with the gol-l Helen Bailey, WinifredGwynJeffreys Probably Carroll's most
your anchor in durndest collection of useless Lydia Ilorsett' j' memorable performance' on
the storm. It's junk and maybe the little helpmeet and Bailey. I Broadway was in the title role
the cool, friendly [ won't give you "what for lie is expected to arrive in j jWinter of The late Georgepley.. j
hand stretched | Well that's what I'm here for EDWIN H. M'DOWELL JR. Park on or shortly after Tickets may be obtained by j
with it! What
( out to soothe Quick. now out Christmas Day and go into rehearsal addressing mail orders to Box j
the fevered did :you forget? Oh the Smith- lobovej] Emory University stu- imme- C
of Angel Street j 37, Rollins College but no phone I
brow. It's the Gallico i ingtons eh? Gotta buy 'em some- I dent spending the holiday with diately. |orders will l be taken at Annie I j A CHRISTMAS GIFT TO OUR CUSTOMERSBedding
voice of reason I I thing. Chafing dish. Steuben ; his Mr. and Mrs. Ed '
parents, j Carroll will return to New I II Russell Theater during the holi--:,
sounding through the hurly-bur ,, glass travelling case. silver i McDowell, of 612 Bourne PI., j York after his last appearance 'II days. Reservations in Orlando. prices have increased throughout the nation . but as an additional sa\ .cg: wa
ly. It's Svengali, or, if you insist cocktail shaker.Voah.. boy will orders factory prices until Jan. 1. 19-18.
'has been elected a member of| here to rehearse the Theater can be made with Edna Paul i accept at our present
woah! I You're trembling
Quiet say. -
Svengallico saying to :
"You CAN get through:you this in every limb. There now. the Emory Honor Council, I i Guild's production of George. San Juan Hotel I PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW-AND SAVE '

Christmas without blowing high, I Don't you know those things I membership of which is based

wide I'm and:your handsome.friend. "Just listento cost the Smithingtons money? Do you have know got what for upon the individual.character and McDowell integrity has of I Britons Ask Try At Atom Accord ::1 I HOLLYWOOD BEDS-Single or Double CAO j V*' .nn'W

me, chum. That's all I ask. you? I can tell you. Never mind i for the COMPLETE WITH 1XSKRSPRING MATTRESS
applied entry to Emory
how I know. I've second
Do feel that preChristmasterror got "
clutching at :your throat sight It's a calendar. Mrs. Smith- Medical School next September. LONDON |API] Eleven prominent ,, strength, that no power would i BAHAMA BED [ IO Hollywood] $49.50INNERSPRING
Are reaching for hat, ington won it at a bridge party I. I COMPLETE IXNFRSPRIXG MATTRESS
you your I Britons last night urged' dare" to challenge them j
last July. She took third prizeon '
and and '
coat galoshes runningfor Pres. Truman and Prime Minister The statement from the 11'
the door? Aha! I knew it.You've account of she bid a grand Atlee to approach Prime Minister ; Britons said all attempts thus MATTRESSES ___.__________.___ $29,50
been looking over the slam in spades, doubled and redoubled Pope Pius XII Asks
Stalin in "one last attempt" i far at international control have
didn't have
Christmas for presents the Missus you, the have kids collected -, them. That's Mrs. Smithington enoughof I i' Prayer For Peace to international persuade!= Russia control to of share atomic in I been "frustrated by the Intransigence -' BOX SPRINGS _.....-....____..-.u.-___..._____-.______. 29.50
I I of the Soviet Union. and
for She's had it
rich Uncle George, Cousin you. sitting I '
your Ella, and the Joneses. One mo I up in her closet since Summer ;! VATICAN CITY [LUP] Pope energy.If I added that "unless within the' or stie and other odd sire beds and mattresses made to order. Orders accepted b y mad or phone. W. de
ment they seemed like a fine wrapped to look like a solid gold Pius XII called upon the world's that fails., the appeal( ( !said, i very near future strict international liver anyabere in Central Florida.
collection of gifts, all nicely tie clasp from Cartier's. Will Catholics in an encyclical yes- "the freedom-loving powersclosely ; l control of atomic energy is ,
I and said associated' with Britain I established we shall face a j
to for very
tied in tissue with red YOl" look silly when you openit terday pray peace ECHOLS BEDDING CO.
up paper "
in roni i desperate world situation.
ribbon and Christmas stickers, ? Send her a Christmas card class hatred, exploited by "se- and America should art j -
and forget it Feeling better? I cret and shrewd" calculation, I cert. They should develop sucha I II The signers included Bertrand j
and the next suddenly came threatened every wardevastatedState. predominance of defense Russell, the famed l philosopher; ;i ORLANDO [QUALITY BEDDING M'F'R'S SINCE 1920] SANFORDON
over you that it was nothing buta It's all right now. You can atomic the Rev. W. R Matthews dean !
I strength, including
You needn't 1If' afraid. I I
go out. The encyclical ran 1,200 words of St. Paul's Cathedral: T. S. El- ;
ter rush out and get something I'm right with ;you. You'ie got Pax since the Pope's coronation in iot the poet and Clement Davies
decent for before it's and was entitled "Optissima ; : Phone Winter Park 718 P. O. Box 787. Orlando. Flo.
everybody: I me in jour JMK-U.H' the pal of I [Most Desired Peace]." It was I' March, 1939.! He issued a similar I head of the Parliamentary Lib
too late. Just like house of
cards collapsing. a ,: the happen paler to familias.you. Nothing can I the fourth important encyclical encyclical in October 1916. eral Party.

Now, wait a minute. That's
I Ah ha! I see you pausing in
what I'M here for. Just sit I .
p down quietly a moment in this : front of that jewelry store win. Christmas Store Hours:
in dow. You're looking at that diamond .
j nice chair. Now look me the
and ruby clip. You're get- Monday and Tuesday
and repeat after me slowly: 1
eye .
"There are really fine presentsin II ting all dewey-eyed and choked 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. & .
Wednesday a.m. to 3:30 r4
about the p.m.
those packages. I have spent i up thinking expressionon
all I can afford I selected them' the face of the Missus when
with love, and, besides, it's what I you hand it to her. You're .
they asked for. Yes, those are thinking of going in hock for it,
really first class presents. I only I selling some stock, borrowing on
the life insurance and laying
feel this way because I've seen
them and they haven't They're. violent hands on the dou hyou've
going to love them when they been putting away for
open them. They're going to love I Junior's education. i I
them. . They're going . ." Steady now. Lean on me fora
minute. Now turn your head
Ah, that's better.' The wild
just a little this way and look
light; i is dying from your eye. next d.r- There to the right.
Pulse and respiration! normal See? Where the sign says "BAR
again. You see how simpleit AND GRILL"? That's it. Rightin
all Is? there. One-two. In we go. f y y3 l {

Oh, oh! Come back here! I :Mind your step. Now tell the
S know that look, the furrowed man in the white coat behind the
brow, the glassy stare, the beads long counter to give :you a dry
- -- -- -- -
Martini. Repeat after me: "One
double dry :Martini." Down the
hatch. That bauble beginning to
DEE fade? Have another on me.
!!! I She'll love you just as much #
I! without the ice. Sure. it was a 'h6. tI
I UiTR120 sweet dream and bless you for
it, but you both know you can't
N. OrangeIN afford it. All gone now:?
THE ARCADE I Merry Christmas, brother.

Gif a Different Gift This
Year Typical of Florida CofC Board Plans

\.a,-- SHELL EXQUISITE JEWELRY I Special Meeting I

tm itlicat panel and deep toats.' : A special fleeting of the board !?k c r

THE EARRINGS of directors of the Greater; Or- '
SOc TO $2. lando Chamber of Commerce will AMU + !
I he held Tuesday! at 10 a.m.. it
THE BROOCHES was announced by .\. C. Slaughter
$1 TO $4.50 secretary and manager of the yj,,,.,,
chamber. '
All Boxed
Flat Excite Tax The meeting in Slaughter's office
at the Chamber building, will 0 '
SHELL LAMPS be to discuss "several vitally important -F
S1.25 TO $6.00 civic matters," the secretary
said. All members of the GIFT TIME, TOO S )
SHELL DOLLS board were asked to attend g4

25c TO $3.50
Some large steam turbines
Ash Trays and Many Other weigh only one-eighth as much s
Shell' Novelties and occupy only one-tenth the l
space of the steam engines they Fj
replace. '
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\\,\; ALBUMS Look Rutland's for se
to your j /

Fibber' McGee r"Night Melly
before Christmas evening wear and accessories . >I =M' ,'
Capitol No. ec-20
Christmas Carols

Lynn Murray S' (!rsColu..bioC.94 Full dress suits, $60 and $75. . .. y t d.
A Merry Christmas

Signature Album No. S-7 White vests, $8.50 . Tuxedos, $45 to $85 . : ,

Decea Album No. A.488 /v: 4y
Christmas Carols Dress shirts, $5.50 to $7.50 . ;

St. Luke's Oonsters' t --

11 Christmas Carols Capitol Album No. BD-2 Jewelry, $3.50 to $10* . Black Patent t! ,: '

"Hour of Charm"> I Sp'talny' All Girl Cline; plus tax ,
Charm Album No. 1 .
_1 I Perry CartaChristmas shoes, $14.50 y
a9 ,,
Christmas Music Carols Victor Album No. P.161 I .1 )

'1. Ck !.. -" -Ogon.r> V
Victor No. f-196 And look to us for the eveningwearaccessories -> >>

Christmas At The OrganBiblestone

No. C that make such .
Carols For Christmas EM perfect gifts.

The Carollers"Victor Ne. MS r I I
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I Page 8-A t 'unbay S>tnttnrI- 'tar Telephones: 4161 or 3-1681 Orlando, Florida, December 21, 1947 I

Price Farm Studies
-- ---- -- PowerParley Expanded

Citrus Shipping Prices Take Upswing GAINESVILLE f fAll] Expansion damplng-off fungi- to the vegetable .

Slated of farm research facilities land this finding was con-
and results highlighted the work sidered
LAKELAND r TAP1 Shipmentsof i I els a large jump from the $:!.M f 1.T2( ,0K: oranges; and 2 l,197 I of the Florida Experiment I significantConcentrated
Agricultural efforts to control
Florida citrus fruits hit their of the week before. 1 tangerines:: for a daily average Ii j j
[5'n. cst Stations in 1947 Direc- the green peach aphid on shine!
peak of the season during the The State'Citrus industry recorded of fil..19R) boxes. TfntJv' n".5mrl' Harold
tor Mowry reported and other tobacco i initiated
I yes- were
week just closed. and orange its heaviest weekly volume LAKELAND Establishmentof <
handlers got the best price in of the present season dur- I Seasonal shipments to date a new citrus industry organization -< terday. shortly after a serious outbreakof ;
bq DSY cope with the need l for more this in tobacco the
I' amount to 9,952,362 boxes, 27.4 pest in
the auctions since starting to ing the seven-day period endingat with price-fixing power agricultural research. Mowry Gadsden
section. rind
move t tAe new crop in volumne. midnight Friday, then 1,683- per cent under last year's comparable will be studied here Tuesday at county :
the Florida State building much
I toward conrol t

St. Pete Mayor To Get Sled, Red Mittens I Oranges brought; an averageof 614 weekly boxes summary were reported of the in citrus the 13,708.256 boxes. Grapefruit 10 a.m.Citrus by Commission a committee members.of Florida program provided for estab-- has been progress made.A .

S.1':0, a husky gain from the I at 2,900,553 boxes are down lishment of a new branch stationat new disease. that <..
A. V. Edwards of Henderson- and vegetable inspection division The meeting was called by a potentially
ST $:!.73 of the week. Milton laboratory additions at
preceding; 10.9
from last
per cent season's
serious .'lorIda'
for the : Comm. I.. threat In
yule, N. C. yesterday telegraphed that he is sending a sled and a Better pi-ices were registered. I Department of Ag att Maxcy. Frostproofwho stations in Gainesville.('. Lake Al- .
!!! gladiolus
riculture. The volume 10.3per 13,357,10! ; oranges at 5,803,201 proposed to the commission ; industry was
j red mittens to Mayor Bruce Blackburn of this city, just in case he the first two weeks' of the "season was fred. Belle Glade, Homestead identified
cent higher than the 1.52K.218/'> have 36.3 last Wednesday that It by a station workeras
should need them when the Evening Independent makes a pre- when volume was comparatively | dropped per cent |I try Sanford. and Ona, and at the ..
leaf and
boxes of the proceeding week, !' to get the State's 60) citrus canners "spot 1 a
to bring snowfall by scattering dry ice from a light. 9,107,371; and tangerines at 1,155- vegetable laboratory at Braden-
Christmas attempt control by with
hut showed a drop of nine together and then after "spraying:; liquid
percent KO
R05 are fj 1 cent under last ton. and other
per buildings and facilities
plane high over the ci y. 1 j, Indian River shippers showedthe from the 1.850.785* boxes ofi 'years 1243776. the nearly 400 fresh fruit shippers at these and other unitsof dithane, sine "sulphate, and

Blackburn, Informed of the offer, said he'd be glad to lay biggest gain 68 cents a box i the corresponding week last sea- I Day-by-day movements this ;' and the more than 12,000 the experiment station limp was des'elotsed."While .

aside his white suit and don mittens provided it was necessary. !;ion the average, to $1.13. "Inter''son. |!' week included [First Figure: growers. tern.i sys- these things! ;: have !been

The Hendersonville Mayor added in his message that if worse ior" oranges also shot up to $2.89 I The week's breakdown showed Grapefruit; second, oranges; third I| 1If'a'l named by Oun. Rol- j!i Research;; with radioactive outstanding thi \ ear." Due< ''.r

comes to worse he'd send down a snow plow to help clear the ,! from the previous week's $2.51. i 212,798 boxes of grapefruit, 18.3 I tangerines, fourth, totals): i lip Tillman I.a"f'"a''...., to cobalt (-op|>er. phosphorus and Mowry said. "scores of other! r<

streets j: The orange average of $3.20 per cent increase over last week's: : I Saturday-Sunday, 41,601, 260- head a fire-man ronimittec to other elements search projects were initiate..). rr
!' by station sci-. .,
I actually was 16 cents better than I 180,077 boxes 1,238.918 boxes of I continued and are of ,prcm:: :
; TI2, 5 .007, 3.j; U 10. I study the 1)J'oro..al. i>nti..t<;s; working on animal nu.
for the same week portance to the future of I'll" I
a year-ago, oranges, an increase of 20.9 per Monday 31,451, 181.01910,059, trition j
Fencing Favored Educators NamedTALLAHASSEE 'although shipments were lighter cent over the 1.024.026 boxes last 258.489. I i Others on the committee are problems attracted attention .agriculture "
I W. E. ;: Citra O. C. Min- from agricultural and
this Bishop
[AP] year. week; and 231.898 boxes of tan I Tuesday, 24,613, 177,639, 2-1,0'J6,
PANAMA CITY [APJ] medical scientists;; in 28 States!!
Fort Pierce
ton. C.
Gov. Caldwell yesterday appointed i Grapefruit shippers!' got an appreciated gerines, a drop of 28.2 per cent 226.348.: : Commander and War Veterans Warned
England, Iceland, }Finland
Freeholders of three Bay Christmas gift in the from 322.145 boxes week Tampa< and P A. Fender,
McFatter a
T. L. ago. Wednesday, 35,866 198.018. 27- .
Canada New
County precincts endorsed M. S. Huggins. both of (Chip- form of a 44 cent gain for the The daily average; was =lO,- 349.! 261.233.: : Orlando.Tide'. 1 Zealand. On Holding ChecksTALLAHASSEE

by a 90-23:! margin Friday a ley to the Washington County week, the average going to .J.18 ;516 boxes against 218,035 lastweek. Thursday, 43.933.230.487: : 37- For the first time [JAP] Florida;
from the in this
previous week's $2 74. . coun.try.
of Public Instruc- During the same week 271 311.691. war veterans
Board are holding
proposal to require fencing rnoip
I Tangerines; aieraged 1 S-I.O6 station showed that oats
of livestock. tion.Foreclosure ; last season, shipments included Friday, 32,301 187,953 46,056, Damage ill than $23,000: worth of unrated!
\\ not
per one and Hirer-fifths bush- produce satisfactorily on
235,651 boxes of grapefruit, 266,313.: checks for Readjustment Allowance -
.fr + -- -- copper-deficient soil and that anplication -
payment the State Industrial !
Rate In State Shows Decline I of copper sulphate will Commission reported\ vr\;-
correct this condition.
State Public Welfare Load Increased Blame Placed I tenlay. In a warning to \cu" -
JACKSONVILLE The of commercial industrialand Station
[APJ rate workers revealed thata ans. Chm. Carl B. Smith s,.d i tie'

other non-farm real estate foreclosures stands yesterday six-week interval between Commission! soonill !bosni\:: ni

approximately 30 cent of the 1935-1939 although TALLAHASSEE 1 I turning und''r a ('0\ f'r and '
per average up' [AP] The program. There, too, the rolls WASHINGTON [API] Florida'd'structh'e crop lowing Veterans'! .Vim' -*
somewhat over last year, the Research and Industrial Division of high cost of living I "rod tides"of the planting vegr-tdblo! ': on the same tion poli"y of r.inrpllins ::1! >'
I are lengthening and the applications -
the Florida State Chamber of Commerce said )'esterday.Toda"s | ing life spans has for assistance are backingup last :year were blamed yesterdayon land will reduce inedibilities!' of standing thetk'iix mcmr) > '...

ida's public gymnodinium, microscopicsea damage by rhi/.ortonia and other the date of IS-JIP.::: \
rate of non-farm foreclosure "stands at 1.. failures in the welfare offices. -- -
for every 1,000) structures In the State for the first nine months : record number of But where the old age assist creatures!': by the Fish and - -- ---- --

of 1947. I i More than 55,000; ance program has a more or less Wildlife Service.

are receiving an flexible source of revenue, aid The servire said It doesn't!" STEWART JEWELRY CO. I
"The monthly high for the period occurred in January of this ;average of $37.38 a

year but consistent decreases were registered each month in the applications for to dependent children hinges on 1.110""hat to do about them 7300 Kdgewater; Hr. in College)) Park ,: '
II .
a rigid l legislative appropriation.Hiatt hut recommended "a coinpre.hen'ise >
second and third old assistance
said the Welfare Commission
program; of researchto 1847 Rogers Silver REIRCECommunity
ing in at the ,
"I\-\ '* can continue to take care discover. whether such ma-
of those on the rolls now and 1 rine plagues can be predictedand Plate -
Tanker Refloated Miami Sees Train The State I and i,
those who have applications controlled in the "
future. Rogers
MIAMI [API] The 7Hon) )( MIAMI (AP] Students and sion, unable to r : pending, but the funds mightstait Sterling S.

tanker GuK Star, which went teachers and later others of bility and needs ; runningshort if applica-I! It emphatically said the "ret! RINGS WATCHES :
has of :> I I which killed -
backlog tides. millions of
off the the Miami in all a i level off '
aground entrance to area, 13,000 t tiitiis don't pretty soon. '
Port Everglades harbor espoured through the Freedom tions pending for There is some hop? that the fish anti caused: coastal, : inhabitants Sunbeam Shavers Arvin Radios ; .

terday, was refloated 3esterTrain here yesterday to see rejection."We |pt'ilk; may IK here l)ecause appli- to suffer not"sneezing caused anti KXI'KKT W.VH ItKIMIIl 'S"-, I
keep nausea were by
day by the Coast Guard cutthe trove of historic documents ( ations fell off slightly last .,
\VKKK.: "'EHJl'
I reached the "chemicals!': from munition'; allegedly L. .
Mamma and continued which will at tnotit tiIn .
ter ,
appear .
H. 101t\\ARl'
( I'omm. Leland \\ : dumped in coastal wa
on her course. Tampa today. XO'f'mhrr. HIP "Slate had "
"We thought ters.
13,51 families \\tIlt :\:1rllt< dr- ,
this time last ) "The destruction of fih
year. mass ;
l' Midrnt rln'Mipn on its urffarr' .
I People who once rolls. They MITP drawing an and certain other aquatic ani-- .,,.,., ,..o. > f
had mals which the ?

KISSAM BUILDERS SUPPLY CO. I cash enough or annuities money average compared!; of with$41.19 a national a family average I;, red tides was caused accompanied by a dead t"c. ::t i.:

: in their old age are - -.---_ : of 16!. i ly toxin which gymnodinium 'FLY- 4FIORIDflRIRIJflYS
10f food, housing HIATT liberated" said the service's re-
| The reasons for the increase i
WILL BE CLOSED I inflated they can't port.
burden In dependent children applica-|

I Some are tions is mainly the same as that'' "Normally,** It ('(continued

nuities. The a'\era\ ,:: h the hienmum for the aged=living costs are )'mnOtlinium l" not abundant -

WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAYIn cipients now is hf> Assistance pro- too high for meager,:: earnings or, enough for his poison i. to
74.Iany resources of widowed and deserted produce any harmful effects.!' *

nuity plans on life !': story; though, mothers to care for their j' to CHICAGO51.2
short of that. I' "Gymnodinium are unable to
Observance of the Christmas SeasonHere children ''rh ilrtren. I
old that !survive grow and reproduce
are so (
in I without certain chemicals including Hrs. Your fastest schedule $57.35
were a position

in our land where freemen dwell i are at retirement a I II I Steamship ServiceI I phosphorus."It *
Our hearts are joined in Christmas cheer. To get along. 1' is;; believed that the un to ATLANTA3

The familiar carols are sweet tell : Delay
occurring in thegulf
: "State and ('( |I -2 Hrs. $21.40 ..
Of love and joy and glad New Year meet old) age !' !' Rt'RG{ [rAP] JACKSONVILLE [fAP) A. H.Gri last. year might have been'
I Via Connecting Airlines.! AU Fares Plus Tax.
responsible for the rapid and
I are up of a standard shy Jr., assistant general

So may good will and peace on earth spite the great purchase con manager for the Refrigerated uncontrolled multiplication ofgymnodinium" Connections to all principal points

Bless shadowed war-torn lands in numbers of .
their need for : Steamship Line Inc., said yes- "It may have come from the .

'Till all the world may know rebirth "I'nless!': (' !': Wehle yester- terday that the line would defer greater depths of the Gulf of TALLAHASSEE GAINESVILLE JACKSONVILLE

Beneath the glory] of the Star. I much more acute : forfeiture clause resumption of its Florida-New Mexico or had its origin in the ,

we'll have rich phosphate deposits exten- a Passengers Airmail Air Express '
now. :; and "im- York
steamship service until the "
mined in Florida.
I sively
i rather than es- start of the For All Travel Reservations
MERRY CHRISTMASAND i new shipping season >
MOTS I damages. residents of the Kentucky
in October, 1MR.! I Many -
('act I may write 1 mountains!': believe that
IOTTU' the State j i Plans were under way to resume PHONE2-45684..
0" M. *< tomes water taken from an old oak .-
$i20 .,,,,.> with suit of sailings) this month with 1 will wash off freckles '
HAPPY NEW YEAR loath i- NEURITIS \ Pembroke three newly-constructed high ...

ill[ _.=- Wit,. s.".. Mirasol Apart speed refrigerated vessels. Grigs 9
60c <.._ .
enforce a pur by said. Abandonment was forced
Ct-I! WEtLI.1 under which by delay in completing rate j''...

Caudell former- adjustments and extended labor

WWWWWW'llWWW.: WWWWWWWWWWWWWWW Ky., but now of trouble in the shipbuildme
'K ' ; ; '
agreed to buy plants where the new vosselj.!"

fit house for $57,500. for the Florida service were un '.

be$ ,:by wo( ,an assump"earn- der construction. ,', .

REFRIGERATORS a es amount Kiwanis !";11"I,
)I and payment of

Ave.'c, The deal was; I [SpP'in' to The Sund" S"nnf', : !rrl. l lI

payment of i CLERMONT Irving Morse,

check being; program chairman announces

i Guaranteed j ; ( that there will be a Christmas ;
c f
NEW 1948
I I program for next Tuesday's Kiwanis FOR YOUR

? works were( I Luncheon at the Gables. /'f '<\

1 1 1Sv and Egypt A tree will be decorated: gifts ex1 --.1.
: I
DELIVERY BY 'i years before the I changed group.; and carols by the entire q CRQSLEYRADIO


: NO. 12 trades are dtflnrrt In the .forf .td i
:- NO. 132 pro- amended United st.trs Standard A .
th. oerlod beginning <3i During the p rl .. Of -mher 22. 1947 12 Ol a m. EST. December 22. 1947. //c / :
t m.- E 8 T. Decem- and fq-
rndtnc at 12 01 am. EST. I>rfm- .
. .. period beginning at her 25. 1947. and the ported beginning ..e B Associates
: January 1. 1948 and .t 1201 a m. P: 8 T, Janu.ry 1. 1948. and Suggests anew
c E: 8 T. January 5. ending at 12 01 a m. E S T.. January 12. &. . .-o--
i-: ; HOT POINT .hllt: (II) Any or- 948. no handier shall ohio anynran ge'. t mode Crosley for
r.fi or.n.,.. stow In except Tempie or.cR.. grown In the State I I
j : 1 .hlch IOr.d. 11. 8. nf Florida which are tlf aoiZe Smaller .. 4 Christmas--not too late
No 2. O 8 combina- than a .Ize that mill pack 2811 orangespacked t
IE::. .
k ". 2 russet. D a. No In accordance with the rrqulrprnrnti I t. t . toordcrasveryCrosley
: PHILCOADMIRAL S. No. 3 grade. as of a tandard pack f4 : .. .d In the United n defined In th. aforr.ald amended t : ' 'S sold up until Wed. at
/ Citrus Fruits as United statti Standards1. In a standardbox .
I ,, : 1 6277); <2) Any con- (ms such box Is defined In the standards 5:30: P. M. will be delivered If
;' : : ](r..t Temptcoranses. for containers for citrus fruit established ( .
: ..
ares 1 .hleh trade by the Florida Citrus Cnmmio.Ionpursuant bi(4A -.5. for Christmas-
I ,;/",, < ,: ,, (as such trade Is to section 3 of chapter 20449 ; ; .
t.> : '.ld amended. United Law of Florida acts of 1941 'Florida Laws Consolemodclcombma
unl. eoosties I t sixty annotated !S95: O9>.
> count of the totali 4'> During the period beginning at t
. .' i In such container 1201 am. EST. December 22 1947 and tions from $159.95 to
GIBSON nt. of .U. S. No. I ending at 1201 am. E 6 T. Deifmber :7Sam. '
Is dotined In the 1947. and the ported beginning at 1201 5389.95-table models
United. States Stand- .. F. ST.
January 1. 1948. and endingat hi'4'-
the remainder Itr the 1201 a m. E 8.T. Januar 12. 1948 from 17.95 to 49,95-
other requirements of No handler shall ship any Temple or-
iq FRIGIDAIRE combination trade ...
.. : or grown in the Plate of Florida. Associated offers you
f.; Temple oranges. which grade U. S. No. 2. U. S. combination -
t area 2 which trade russet. U. 8. No. 2 russet. U. S. No. terms with
combination russet. U. 3. or lover. than V. S. No. 3 trade ,tan pay
.' No. 3. or lower than such trades are defined In the aforesaid ments as low as $1.00
CROSLEY < such trades are de- amended United States Standards: Pro-
..Id amended United Tld"" .tanyouc S Traipie. orangeathat
Provided that any trade U. S. No. 2. as aforesaid, maybe weekly on table models.I' .
grade' U S. No. 2 a. ohipped only: if ouch Temple :Srangeaaiso ,
shlpppd only If ouch meet the .ddttlon.1 reQuirementsopecifled
the. additional require in the U. S. combination trade .
the U. S combination .as ouch grade I. drlnrd In t he afore'aid ; ;! :: --- '.1i
I. defined In toe amended United State Stanlardot for .r- : : : : .----
United States stand anton m..hnR the requirements of the : . __et \
: meeting the ..
require V. S. No 2 trade.
ELECTRIC RANFRIGIDAIRE : No 2 trade. '!S> Dunne the period beginning! .t
W beginning at 12 01 12 Ol am. EST.; December :25.: 1947. and:
I !V 1948 and ending endmt at 12 01 am. EST. .fanuar I.
January 12. 19411. no 1948. no handler shall rhlp any prances.i6 !. Pictured
)It Any or.nRrC, ] t IndudlnR Tempt eoranteo. c-f any ..cadet Is I'i
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In regulation area I'no..n' In the State .r Florid .
S No. 2 bright. U. S. > As used. herein the terms "hand- I
russet. U. B. No. "ler." "ship "variety. "regulation area '
3 or lower than U. E. 1." and "regulation area 2" snail have :
such trades i the beautifuleR
are the same meaning as is gl""en tneac in
; amended United such term In said amended. marketing.
) or (21 Any oranges agreement and ordn. 148 SI.t. 31. a.am..nd..d .
MM grown In regu- : 7 U. 8. C. 601 et. seq.Order A
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1ft1'1 y Grable's Mother Role Praised

Donald Puck Gobfjr ,

TechnicolorfTody 1j. -:. ; Br LOUELLA 0. PARSONS r who makes so much money as I I tour with his orchestra and

and HOLLYWOOD" onsese, ut- the top trumpet player of the ;that's the time I try to get In
r Monday
4 she had when'
ter nonsense. said Betty Grable my picture making. With two
.Y Theater .
iPalony !she" thought she'd retire and'
children. I can't with him.
when I asked her if she believed go
give her
up career.
>! d t. aGtr :child psychologists were right in ** "Will he be home for Christ
r""TJ..pf1t0ff :. "Po you feel that way now? mas'?" "He certainly will You .
.:.<.< saying children should not be- I asked her. 'don't think he'd miss seeing
,. '
---" lieve in Santa Claus "Oh no of course not." she Vicki with her Christmas tree
,. "How could any mother who said "Harry has to be away on and her Santa Claus!'"
N ff y loves her children refuse them -- - -

I the joy in of Santa believing THE Y. M. C. A.DINING ROOMWILL

.. Claus If you
< sa had as happy a !SKUVE i !SI i 'XP.TU, COURSE

childhood as I $1.25 TURKEY DINNER $1.25
I I had with the
a a memory of old 311 Magnolia Ate. Serving hours 11:30 to 2 P.'f.
Kris Lringlecoming
: ., down a ---

s g the chImney. ZELLWOOD INN
o You wouldn't deny American-Plan-Rites $25
P ka your own Serving good, home cooked food family! style -all yoU can eat #
: : ::: '. -st; tw1' : children hat Hours Weekdays 12 noon ft, 6 p.m $1.25
.. i{ ':<" ,.. "' %'or. ,.::; "" : CRYWOW 1P.W ."'- Louella Pardons! Chicken every Sunday at 1 p.m. for S2.00 with giblet gravy
'It/' '" dressing 6 fresh vegetables!!, salad hot biscuits, butter Fla.
. II II 1 am an old-fashioned mother -
< esaaj
.t$:: .. . :. Bettv said. "I want mv honey, fresh apples stewed ice (cream cake & drink.
; a h..It.iJ4..: !a Virki and'.Jes'ie! to believe that For Reservation Phone Zfllwood. Fla. 3955
m.mm.mm&f ... . rt UU UUUUUUUUU N U A N UUUUUUUUUU. S *
: jA"k1..J" ; : ::;;>:. :.&:","", ../.00.a .. the 010 man with the round turn- f4

,$.,";,'.- ;;....n x. ,.,n. t1 :;:'n' I I :S d: corn-ing ,, The Five Hundred Chase I IA

----rw- i full of gifts i want them to doa ;; Full Course RI

I Joan Crawford-i-Van- llfflin p' ji4' ar <5 I did-he awfully, awfully I $2 CHRISTMAS DINNER $2 |
roSC3f.SSEIrNow'JhfU r
r aA good to merit Santa's visits.
Christmas Day Hours 12 3 C S P.M. Reservations Necessary
Tuesday < J 'Of course, Jessie is a little *j Dally Hours 6 8 P.M. Sundays.: 12 2 e 0 P.M. J JJ
VO n4t, 1'he.. U,'.',. -4Q. 4 tt ,young yet to appreciate Christmas 5/19/ Chase A\t Winter Park Closed Mondays!! Phone ''''.P. 27iS 5
:o.:<<:;:;/<" : but you !should hear Vickiit I : *,._''f5' __ il=r ___rT'Y._?i_?C.*" S' 'p.__. 'rTSTSTff A:
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c all he talks about.
"lastoar.: Harry put on old Dance to the brand new music of

tired whiskers that were almost SAMMY GOBLE & his orchestra
: : He
grev and played Santa Claus.
looked !*'o funny I could hardly TOXITE 8:30-12 P.M.
keep: from laughing. This year
: 4 I \\P will get a stranger to do the LAKESIDE PARK
_ ',' weaewa I honor" Vicki will be three and I H Miles South of Orlando on Old Dixie Blfbwaj
:a half and she would surely recognize -

1 E I always her daddy.hesitate" to say any DRIVE-IN

;, R 0axt I Holljwood marriage thisor has Thon<,-<.
worked out well or that
that couple is happy because ;
: from pat!' experience it has tI !i! "STRANGE, LOVE OF MARTHA IVERS" r rI'
: proved dangerous, but would BARBARA STAN (K -.' V4N HEWN -:- L1ZBETH SCOTT

_ I bet James.a lot on Ut'ttand Harry I'I Firo, shev. S'3e Child.., U._ T.."CARTOON"l.. l. Car < ".... c.-.lote i Sk.. fr.. It-M I i?,

Vao A v I'' "" : ,'-jJ "' 1 think Betty has accepted the -- -
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J ...- < r -:>'< ;_ \; responsibilities! of marriage and
: ,. ] motherhood with more real understanding Mote
.. .. l : than almost any Coati' 6u7 tke.tT1eoh
n r ),
I < QAD.:m: Rtqt a ( its
k !t. other glamor girl in Hollywood. : Ideal Cknst",A. Tban+ta
y 1 1
.,. =i Betty the beauty whose photographs Ted I
.. '. ,. .. adorned thousands of GI ,
. . " . _f4ffl.Enjoy : :. tents during the war and whose I -
- - -. shapely gams have been writtenup I open lZ.I.'jStarts
again and again is an ac-
THESUMMER / the hospitality and the Holiday Festivities of tres only when she is actually ina e t

I J 1""'= L SET HOUSE picture
When she is from the
SUakt-So. Fr. Chicken- ,a proud and happy wife, and '
Seafoods TODAY
luffl a 1 Open *30 A.M. to 11:00 P.M RESTAURANT -:- COCKTAILS .:. DANCING I !such a good mother that she 4 .
Reasonable Prices 3 MILES SOUTH ON ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL I spends most of her time with -
M 525 Orlando Av.. Killarney Kornera U7-M; her two daughters. She has Two Againtf> Terror in a
: with nurses. of course, but she gives I
Q'i 5:30: to 7:30: USJC, FROM GET KISSIMMKE FREE "FIESTACOUPON'S MKUCHAXTSGood I her children that individual care Mansion
that is so important in the
ALWAYS AVAILABLE For Fun! Merriment! Hilarity At-"Nugget City"-Daring
OIROTDAOR of every child-that personal I Mystery)
1-2-S, 1918 childhood wonderful.
15 "You so thin
CLOVER GRILL R A T NO PARKING PROBLEMSIt's Belly, marveling at the beautiful
costumes!' she wears in =
7 S. Court St. Closed Sundays Different! It's Tasty! It's Delicious); I' lady in Ermine. of'I

SOUTHERN FRIED RABBIT "Yes, I used good sense after I
LONGWOOD HOTEL Jessie was born. I used to pileon
- - ---
Full Course Dinner SI.35 Platter role Slaw. French Fries 75c weight between pictures and i1
Just off *t. 11-92 midway between 1let myself go. I did that after
Orlando and Sanford ORLANDO RESTAURANTCorner ,Vicki was born. But I rode horse-
FEATURES DAILY Full Course hack and swam this Summer at
CLUB CABANA French Dinners,Onion including Soup,Smorgasbord from 150. and N Orange; and Amelia Free Parking in Rear I Del Mar and got off to a good
start. I just won't exercise any
3 Miles North of Orlando other way. I hate it.
Highway 441 "A lot of good my figure: doesin I

FOR YOUR DANCING PLEASURE Sunday Special I"after Lady getting in Ermine so beautifully!" Betty thin.said, WOVEtr

AND $1.25 [ I'm wearing hoop skirts." __
STEWART MARTIN HIS ORCHESTRA C Q I Having had Ernst! Lubitsch as ".5 bkr
director. Betty feels: is a great
1JONIY Mi i'"d'eI'Pill 1 Cutletsa I J 8cA
EVERY NIGHTALSO I M.uland; I step forward in her career. + -SUALDNR Moo" .abe sr
lie has such a sense of comedy
Salad I! "and was something entirely -
THE MOVIE BARA Gregory Peck in Two Vegetables new in the way of directorsfor
New Show Each Monday and ThursdayAND "The Maeomber Affair'' Hot Rolls and Butter me." she said.
With Joan Bennett "I just! love Walter Lan too
I 1Jf> sprt ( -if fee Tea
-- I
THE BEST STEAKS IN TOWN Tomorrow-Colored Cast'Junction He directed :Mother Wore
88" Also "1
Also Chicken and Sea Food front 6 'til Closing Wonder Mho's Kissing DUCK INN TIghts. i
Her Now" I want to credit Walter Lang I 1 0N
NO COVER CLOSED SUNDAY for what he did for Betty in
3974 S. Orange;; Blossom Mother Wore Tights. For '' pW sHOw /lorU ttk

Trail first time she proved she the'I' iH6rw.,0
real actress. When I told Idnr
.- -- -- - that !she' couldn't fool any of us
0 9 II J mlm ; mlllllllllmlllllllllllllllilm! lm.IIIIIIIIIIlm! mlllmlljlImlllllll: lr 1 any more pretending to be. just ,
-- --- a !song' and dance girl, she said:
For a Delightful Evening . "If I was particularly good it I II

I : DANCENEW 1/ I FLAMINGO CLUB Ii I I feeling was Tights! because"had wholesome Mother, warm Wore j jI I 6C1

I If in the old days Betty was
=-_ "Famous For Fine Food For 20 Tea,." ever temperamental she has S. PoOAA

=.- Presenting ,- lost!" all that now. She's on the
!set on time and eager tr give
YEAR'S EVE 3 FLOOR SHOWS NIGHTLY --- ,, every co-operation Right,: after

Featuring ,Betty married Harry James 1Npia g08S ON _- -


ADELE PARRISH-Singing Violinistand
Sophisticated Music of 7 MI. N*. Orlando on Sanford Hiwa
Steak Chicken. Shrimp fc Oysttra

ic MciNNIS JAY MILLER and HIS ORCHESTRA -,_ Cocktail COURSE: Bar DINNERS Open.--Sunday$1.50 2 It.Up... How Optn i 4SSNOR'IIC

No Cover, or No Minimum . Except Saturday Night Cover SVe = I: and Package Closed Monday ii

= Phone 5910 . Dinner 6 Til Closing . Closed Sundays == [ First run hit !
11eAir.;tiiti"'I"Iij'Illlliil'il"jj"i"H"'IIj'iJHIiI'iill'! '! !,i! :! ,! '! :, !!!! ll'liI"hHtllj'jI"IIllii"'II'I'HilillllIil"' ,! ,',i [ :"1,'!!' i" :ail"!IIj"i" !! Hjg; = Ltri Meet At e Top CaIedf fee b d.earwe!
AND HIS ----- -- -- -- :

17-PIECE UNIVERSITY ORCHESTRA Rollins College Winter Park, Florida Cocktail Lounge


T MR. LEO G. CARROLL Winter Park MaitUnd Cudcrpasi PS..e 47S-M

Delores al the Hammond I
Distinguished Stage and Screen Star I wdATk/ vAY REFLLy
: in Jo ery toys Joa.Cra.ferdPOS.SPPI

TT Sensational Floor Show Feature : "ANGEL STREET"A 'r r\"piii l .

New Year's Celebration Attraction FOR SPAGHETTI

Victorian Thriller by Patrick Hamilton Srrrrd S to 9 P.M. I
: '''g Closed Monday
Cast includes Helen and Howard t Rt. 17-92 Winter Par*
Bailey. I I t ,
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 31st i Winifred Gwyn-Jeffreys. Lydia Dorsett I -r r.; 11LI Inoq

Thursday, Friday, Saturday and MondayJan. II n oH+ + 111E
I J.4$
i how
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Matinees Sat. and Mon. Jan. 10 and 12. at :2:30: P.M. ; BESSER'S RESTAURANTWe dd

Price! : 9!>c, S1.20, .:1.S41. .:2.to.( indo tax Serve Meals Daily 1 Ad
i Western Beef Poultry sour + TKI
FOR Krow
: I PIIOXR: Address mail ordri-x NOW to EON 37, Uollins College orller d .I3f1, HOAR..

Box Office open beginning; January 5th I o. Highway 17-92!
from ::t$) to aIN P.M. : Open Sunday -:- Closed Monday

Mezzanine. San Juan Hotel:. Phone 5366 Phone W.P. S171-J .:. Cocktail Bar
.i I w. e_ to BM.Mta art .Print Firtto

Sunday Sentinel-Star Radio ProgramAmong i it E-unbay fi'ntttnrl-&lar Telephones: 4161 or 3-1681 1;- SPECIALIZING
Orlando Florida December 21 1947
I .. Page 11-A
the many programs I the perennial favorite by Robert WHoa ABC WOBO CBS MUTUAL WLOF WORE NBC BUICKS PACKARDSCOMPLETE

featuring Christmas music today I Trendler's TIe Christmas orchestra.story of all II OO ______990______ Moraine MO Melodies (1230) than On 740 A News : Blind Pianist Meyers To Be ArraignedNEW OVERHAUL SERVICE
will be the Invitation to Music 6:15: _____ Morning Melodie Glory Pica Trio BY EXPERTS
time, Dickens' Christmas Carol, ________ YORK (
I 6:30 w Moraine Melodies Chapel in the Sit, fAPJ] Maj. Gen. MOTOR TL'XE FRONT KXDS: BRAKES
program which offers a performance will be a feature of WHOO at 6.4j :: -- Morning Melodies Chapel In the Skj Meyers, indicted on perjury C...v."*nt Tim Payment Plan
of Beethoven's Mass in C, 7:30: p.m. Starring as Ebenezer 7:00: Sign On. News Sum'7 Episcopal Hour I Organ ReveilleNevs I Gets Job For charges by a Federal Grand
I 7:15: Dining Sisters Episcopal Hour Organ Reveille, __ Morning Melodies ,
with Robert Shaw conductingthe Scrooge will be Ronald Colman 7:30 Alvlno Rtj Decision Now u_ Organ Retelll __ Hymn Sinter _-_ Jury, probably will be arraignedhere ALLEN e.JaUINBY
who has also made an album of _7.45:. -_.Your_Garden Grow* Rti. Bob Jones Organ Reveille, Hymn Singer __ tomorrow a Government REAR OF ;
Columbia chorus and sym this dramatization. The all-star 8.00 AP News ... CBS-News Organ-Reveille ? News--=::::=== Yule PresentOrlan attorney said :yester. J 51 W. \Ta..hincton St. Phone S4503Today's
WDBO at 11:30 8.15 Read Me the Funnies Morning Melodies Organ Reveille _- Lucerne Gos. Tm.
phony over p.mThis cast includes Jimmy Lydon, Eric 8.30 Chapel! of Memories Christ for World Evangel Hour ... Methodist Hour Osburn. 27, blind pianist -
programhas Snowden, John Beal, Cyrus Ken- 8'45 Chapel of Memories Christ for World Evangel Hour ___ Methodist Hoar -- -
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from Dade
City today has
been extended 9.00C:to C.on a Bus ABC News Church of Air .. Gypsy String Ens one
dall. Kearns, Lurene T1..ttIe -
Joseph '
in 9 15 C. to C. on a Bus ABC Renfro Val'y Folks Church of Air Gypsy String Ens. of the finest Christmas presents
to an hour Henry Blair, Jerry Farber, S 3O C. 'o C on a Bus ABC Renfro Val> Folks Tone Tapestries Chosen People __ I Santa Claus could offer-a job.
order to includea and Earl Lee. The drama will be JM5C. to C. .na Bus. ABC Chrisfn Scl. Pgm. Tone Tapestries Four Notes __
Fantasia on 1000 Message of Israel. ABC Vole of Prophecy Bible Class ::--u---Volc.: ::: of the-Press I I Married hating two childrenand
i aired via the Favorite Story pro- 10:15: Message of Israel. ABC Voice of Prophecy Bible Class Voice of the Press unemployed Osburn appeared
Christmas Carols 10-30 Southernalres. ABC Church of Air Prophecy
Voice of Modes Moderns
by Vaughan Williams. gram.Another 10 45: 5outhern r!.. ABC Church of Air Voice of Prophecy Modes Modern I I Dec. I: on the local opportunity .
holiday season
Mack 11.00 Church Service _u___ W. Sweeney. News 1st MetbOcllst-Cb--: First >resby7" Ch. show Stars of Tomorrow
drama Mill romp from the Ford 1115 Church Service Music for
Sunday lot Methodist Ch First Presby. Ch
sponsored by Thorpe
Harrell will be Theater which will presentThe 11 30 Church Service ____ Salt Late Choir 1st Methodist Ch First Presby. Ch.R : I i
45 Church Service ____ Salt Lale_ Choir 1st Methodist Cn. First Pruby. Cn. Furniture' Co. o"'t'r1100..
tenor soloistJames Man Who Played God 1200 Headline Edition Gospel Hour ___ Pilgrim Hour.- __ News-- __-____-= 'I Osburn won the contest and .5'. Complete Radio Programs -
Melton. otrr WOKZ at 5 |".m. This 12 15 This Week in Sports Gospel Hour __h Pilgrim Hour _.. The Sophisticates
____ ___ returned to the show last Friday
12.30 Ceiling Unlimited Gospel Hour Lutheran Hour Eternal Light II
Metropolitanopera provocative story will star .. 'lI'OO: a m.-Sign; On 3:15: pm -Krnrk_ : DrVo! [ I.onRw.jcaHotel .
1245__My_Serenade__Gospel_Hour_Lutheran Hour Eternal Light _- night as a guest and to receive
tenor of Santos Ortega as the man who "l po Sam PettingUl. ABC People's: : Platform: Wm. L Sharer America United: I his prize. a Philco radio. :00: a m.-News Summary.: (fRa--s I
the Harvest of 1.15 Keynotes . : People'* Platform Ma flats B'utiful America United .
i regains'" his faith despite a I I Furniture Company] S.lJpm -Ka\ Lorraine. [Phillips
Charles Thomas emcee of the
1-30 Sammy Kaye. ABC Mu. Hall Varieties For Your Approval U of Chi. Rdtble.
\.a'S- tar s program physical handicap. _1:45: _Sammy Kaye. ABC News _For Your Approval U of Chi. Rdtbie. program, brougnt Osburn to the 7.15 a.m.-Dinning Sisters Industries.: Inc.)
aired over Colman More Christmas music over the 2 00 Jan Garber CBS Is There Stephen Graham -RCA Victor Show attention of Phil Berger, who 7.30 a.m.-Alvino Rey Orchestra 4:00: p.m.-The Central Florida
WORZ at 230 2-15 Jewish Council _. CBS I* There Stephen Graham RCA Victor Show i \ 7.45
: p.m.ill sing a airways will come from the RCA a.m.-How Does Your Garden Artists Series
2.30 National Vespers ABC Church World Byte Bill Cunningham Harvest of Stars hired him to play the Hammond
medley of Christmas carols in- Victor Show at 2 p.m.VORZ.; 2 45 National_ Vespers. ABC Hires to You Xmas_for Veterans Harvest_of ta3.oosundlJ organ in Berger's Tavern from Grow, [Cold Smoke 4:30 p.m.-Let Truth Be Known i
cluding Hark The Herald Angels Baritone Robert Merrill, Robert Salon ___-__ NY Philharmonic Pentecostal Hour Patterns in Poetry and Products]JI 5300 p.m.-The Sunday Editor,
5 to 7 9 to midnight -a
___ p.m. p.m.
Sing, by Mendelssohn, It Came Shaw and his chorale, and Russ. 3.15 3.30 Frank Prank DeVol DcVol __-____-_ NY NY J'hilhsrmon'r Philharmonic Juvenile Pentecostal Jury' Hour.. Sunday Sunday Matinee Matinee nightly. I Q S'00 a m.-AP News- SilverSprings Whitney-Guy Distributing a.o
Upon A Midnight Clear. Little orchestra will the Philharmonic Juvenile Jury Sunday Matinee I
Case's provide 3 45 Kay Lorraine. NY Osburn, who is equally at g ] Company] C
Town of Bethlehem, Joy To The seasonal selections. "Tbo Central Fla. Artists NY-Phllharmonl: House of Mystery John v Vanderc'k i 8:15 a.m.-Reading the Funnies &15 p.m.-Freddy Martin Orchr" !
home the solo-
4 15 Central Fla. Artists N.Y. Philharmonic House of Mystery Sunday Matinee on piano organ or = 2
World Jingle Bells, and Adeste Soprano Annamary Dickey, 4 30 AmVet Founders Day Hour of Charm True Detective Intrnat'l. Xmas Ph vox is also a composer in his g National Standard 530: p-m.-Counterspy. ABC [ l n.-
Fidelis. I'': stat of the Broadway musical -4 45-AmVet Founders Pay Hour_of ChannTrue- Detective- -Intrnat'l! Xmas Ph own right. y. Insurance Company) versal Match Company
Other Melton songs; with the Allegro, and Donald Richards, of 5 00 -The-Sun-: Family: Hour ..The Shadow Ford Theatre 8:30 &00!
I 5.15 Freddie Martin Orch Family Hour The Shadow Ford Theatre ... Z : a.m.-Chapel of Memories, : p.m.-Drew Pearson ABC, I I Lee Ces
Frank Black orchestra will be Finian's Rainbow will be the 5:30: Counterspy, ABC .. Hoagy Carmlchael Meditation Moods Ford Theatre _- o [Carey Hand Funeral Hat Company)
Brahms' Lullaby and Panis An- singing guests of Percy Faith and 5.45- Counterspy.- ABC Jos. C Harsch_ Let's Watts ._ __ Ford Theatre----- I Week-End Park a Home) tiU run.-Monday Morning Headlines o
gelicus of Cesar Franck. his orchestra the Pause 6:00: Drew Pearson. ABC oizie & Harriet Those WfbJtrrjCatholic Hoar :
over g: !R.io
a.m.-Chapel of Memories ABC
6 15 Mon Morn. Headlines. Ozzie A Harriet Those Wrbstrra Catholic Hour [Seeman
Voices of Strings. which will be That Refreshes show broadcast 6-30 Greatest Story. ABC Pause that RE-fr'u Nick Carter Rol'yw'd Star Pre. Forum CancelledThere (Carey Hand Funeral Bros.. Inc.)
broadcast over \VLOF at 10 p.m.will fromVDBO at G'30 p.m 6-45_Greatest_Story. ABC Pause_thatRefr_ >s Nick Carter _Rol'yw'd Star_ Pre. Home] 630 p.m-The Greatest '
"7:00: Guy Lombardo _ Gene Autry Show Sing with Bine Jack Benny _u_ 'I' will be no meeting of Story E\ er
feature a specially tailored Katharine Hepburn and Paul 7:15: Guy Lombardo Gene Autry Show Sing with Bing Jack Benny .. the Eola Park Forum on Thurs- f 9:00: a.m.-Coast to Coast on a Bus, Told, ABC, (Goodyear)
arrangement of White Christmas Lukas! will) be the stars of the 7:30: My Favorite Story Blondle -- Gabriel Heatter Fitch Bandwagon ABC. .70 Lombardo
7-45 My Favorite StoryBlonde Gabriel Heatter Fitch Bandwagon day, Friday and Saturday, it was p.m.-Guy (Club
.,. 1.BCLI. 8 OO-Sun. Eve" Hour: A---SC-.. Sam Spade Mediation Board Melod'a.. Yesterday announced ;yesterday.The 10:00: a.m-Message; of Israel. ADC Diamond)
8-15 Sun. Eve Hour. ABC Adv. Sam Spade Jimmie Mediation Fldler Board. Mystery Mystery Music Music I speakers and subjects of A 10.TO a.m.-Southernaires, ABC 730 pan.-My Favorite Story, (Cox
8-30 Sun. Eve Hour, ABC .Man Called X u ?
845 Sun Eve. Hour. ABC Ned Calmer News Newscope<<' Guest Star -. discussion the first three daysof a.m.-Church Services O'Neal Furniture Company -
Thinking of Radios? 9 00 Walter Wlnchell.;-ABC Corliss-Archer -Meet Me at Party News - ---= the,week at the 2:30: p.m. daily ]12:00: p.m.-Headline Edition, (fA. P. '
9 15 Louella Parsons. ABC Corliss Archer Meet At Parky's Lest We Forget Clark Motor &00
9 3O Theater Guild of Air. Tony Martin Jim Backus: __-_- Christmas Reporter forum in Bola Park are: MondayDr. CompanyJ) p.m.-Sunday Evening Hour, t
945 Theater_Guild_of Air. Tony Martin Jim Backui .J1-. Christmas Carols Wallis Gould, The Rural 12:15: p.m.-This Week In Sports ABC.
--ASSOCIATED STORES 10 00 Theater Guild of-Air.: Christopher Wells Voice of Strln-Tah; it or leave It mind: Tuesday-Dr. D. E. Burt (fWhizzer Motor Sales 9:00 p-p:1.-WalteT: Winchell, ARC,
SUGGESTS{ ANJFeroii Wells Voice of Strings Take it or leave it a
Theater Guild of Air. Christopher
10:30: Paul Weston Orch. Strike It Rich Latin Am Ser'nade P. Morris Night nis. What Makes Us What We 12:30: pm.-C'eilin Unlimited, [The (fjergens] .0
10-45 Buddy Weed Trio. ABC Strike It Rich-Latin Am Ser'riade- P Morris Nwht- Are; and 'cdnesday-Charles o Showalter Airport] 9:15 p.m.-Louella Parsons, ABC, o
11.00 News of Tomorrow World Tonight Sports Parade NBC NewsII == Stine Curious Experiments In ell: 12.15 pm.-My Serenade, [Hail Bros.} (fjergens] o

RADIO 11 30 15 V Ambassador Massey Sings.Hotel ABC Or Invitation Report-Wash'n. LMghton R nms Trio Orch Merry-Go-Round Cesar Searchinrer Chemistry. o l.-OO: p.m.-Sam Pettengill. ABC. 030: p-m.-Theatre Guild of the Air, Z

: 11 45 Ambassador Hotel Or. Invitation Leightn's-News: Merry-Go-Round__ I a- [American Future, Inc.] ABC, [U. S. Steel]
12-00- News T Invitation to Music Sign Off._____ News --- Pair Gives Z 1:15: p.m.-Keynotes, [Robinson 10:30: p.m.-Paul Weston Orchestra G
Royal $52,000
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PAY AS LITTLE 12 15 The Owl Room Invitation to i
WT\ Henry Russell Or. o Music Company] 10:45 -Buddy Weed Trio D
12.30 The Owl Room Dance LONDON: AP Princess Elizabeth p.m.
/ t.--j :: : *; I 1245 The Owl Room __=_ Dance Orch.: .. Henry Russell Or.l: I II.OOSlan I [ | o 1:30: p.m.-Sammy Kaye's Sunday 11:00: p.m.-News of Tomorrow o
AS. __ and Prince Philip have giv- o
J Off ___ News. ___nn News and sign offs
$ _. uu Sign Off __n____ p en to charity all the, } := -; ." ,. -- I i $52.000, that was sent them as 8 2:00: p.m.-.Jan Garber, [Ft. Gatlin 1130: p.m.-Ambassador Hotel

Air's I Kite to the filmland notables.! { wedding presents it was announced Hotel) Orchestra
;:: f Theater Guild of The production ;
i. i 'I ;J 2:15: Council
: ,', I of Louisa May Alcott's The Detroit Symphony Orches- last nightPHOTOGRAPHER pm.-.Jewih!; 1200) a.m.-News. The Ou! Room
WEEKLY 2:30: p.m.-National Vespers ABC 12:15: a.m.-The Owl Room
famous novel, Little Women, tra under the direction of Karl
I i the first radio KILLED 3.00 p.m.-Sunday Salon 1:00: a.m.-Sign Off
ON will
MANY which will originate from WHOO | Krueger give i
MODELS : today at 9:30: p.m. Miss Hepburnwill performance of Christian Fan- MOBILE CPJ[ ] Mrs. Margaret
be heard as Jo and Lukasas tasia by Ben Ludlow Jr. over Logan. 17. a photographer, was SJf

,6.JIFLORIDA'S I Professor Bhaer, the same WHOO at 8 p.m. The Christmas!'; killed and seven others injured Nv
will also be reflected in yesterday in a collision of two fi
roles the two played in the screen : spirit t
LAKES RADIO AND APPLIANCE STORES ='- version of the story. I Tchaikovsky's Nutcracker Suite automobiles.
: I and in the program's concluding 3
For the lath consecutiveyear. << r
A !steam' turbine (
/ selection Till Eulenepiegel, tone operates on ]
il Jimmie Fidler Holly*
( --1'/II the same principle as a windmill.
poem by Richard Strauss. |
I. I. I wood columnist, will broadcasthis
l= annual Christmas open letter Another musical first will 1

to the stars over WIMP at come from the New York Phil

8:30: () p.m. In this traditional harmonic-Symphony with George
Szell conducting, with the per-
message!: Fidler will' adviceSanta 41FzL .
formance of Aaron Copland'sSymphony
Clans of what' he should Q
e. No. 3 over WDBO at E .o

3 p.m. Copland is one of the fore-, ell: t o'a
most American modern com- =

posers. The program will open C o .J =
with Mozart's Overture to The
Marriage of Figaro and includes I j = MARION MARWICK DREW PEARSON O c

the Symphony in B Mipor, No. 0a

8, [IThe Unfinished], by SchUbert'l1 j 1-15 P M. KEYNOTES Marion Mar- 6:00: P.M. DREW PEARSON The

The narrator of I 00 wick at the baby grand offers you 15 noted commentator: and columnist >'

Poetry, over WORZ at 3 p.m"I!f minutes of relaxing music every Sunday -
r .IOM."dilAliT1s .RADIO who is the Rev. George A. ;. at this hour. Music in the mood brings you his forecasts of things to

-- Downs, will read his own poetry |I "WE'RE ALWAYS HAPPYTO you want to set the tempo for your come. Noted for his accurate predictions

and that of Miss June Winona' day. Sponsored by the Robinson Mu- Pearson is brought you over 1

For Luxurious Snyder. president of the National I SEE YOU. . sic Company. WHOO by the Lee Hat Company.

Listening I Federation of Poetry Clubs. Rev. I

Downs is a member of the Flor- !, '
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I I II repair or remodeling ...

i Sleepy Time Gal III j problem you have. Right c(

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6i home we recommend >- / e
in whose Beverly hills Calif., j 2O
home Benjamin BugsyJ[ J Seigelwas U. S. G. Texolite- z
shot in gangland fashion that quick-drying pas)". o yaQ
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Samaritan Hospital, hospital au- { 000 r 0
thorities revealed yesterday. rovers in one coat and is
Miss Hill was admitted to the washable too.

hospital Dec. 10 for treatment
from Stop in and look over .
I an overdose of sleeping
powders. our complete color charts m

this week.

M. Larry Harris, a student at a
Bolles School Jacksonville, is 7:30: P.1.IY: : FAVORITE STORY 9:15: P.M. LOl'ELLA PARSONSf:

spending the holidays with his The famous Hollywood columnist

| mother, Mrs. R. L. Harris, 920 .. selection brings you exclusive news and features

\\'. Colonial Dr. E Christmas Carol. Have your dials set concerning the stars and their .o

ell to 900! ( to hear Ronald Coleman portray doings in movieland. Presented by
? It is estimated that a modern = Scrooge. Presented by Cox-O'Neal Jergens lotion. she is pictured here i

steamboat will use more powerin Furniture Company. with announcer Ben Grauer.

vt crossing the Atlantic than was DIPL 2310831IN.GA8LANQST. I
used in the construction of the Z g

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I II j WHOO'S roving reporter views the Ruth Smith take >.ou through Cen-
t wy tral Florida's Society World Mon-
I agricultural world Monday through
day through Friday:
I Friday:
Monday Interview Elvira Garner
I 1Tit' Monday-Interview Carl Rose, Rose- of Sanford, author of Children's ,

R mere Farm (Part 1)) books.

Tuesday-Interview Carl Rose, Rose- Tuesday-Personality sketch of Mrs.
: mere Farm [Part :2] R. M. Dwyer of Lakeland.

Wednesday-Interview J. D. Prevail Wednesday-Mrs. A. R Whitman,

Tavares Citrus Exchange "Golden Deeds Award Vrinner"
Thursday-Special Christmas Day
Mrs. Shirley
program on events in Central
I II Bo-wstead Evans, Bov.sh.Vre Ken Florida.

i.---- I nels. FridayIrs. George: !; M. Cornelius

Fridaytrip through the Zellwood Mount Dora, active m women's ,I

\. Celery Market affairs. /!

t- .m. Virginia Carter and Joe Peoples will be featured from 4 to 4:30: pjn. today Ion

: : : WHOO's new radio program, Central Florida Artist Service.

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side wonderful new Acrosomc piano will charm you !
MODEL 9H088 I tubes. AM band. In Hondnra Mahogany. $329JO 10:30 A.M.-The Southernaires L6 vj0: _
completely. Let us show our latest models. MIy
MODEL 7R070 h Arm*" Leather Portable Combination with Cobra $159.95 4:00: P.M.-The.Centra! Florida cr- '"

Baldwin and other Fine Pianos Artists Series 9 ""--

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LL WORK GUARANTEED h NERVE SPECIALIST [ Ebsen 'School t Sizes, and In Apopka turn right at Hot.l.GERBERAS .

Pickup ..< Delivery CHIROPRACTOR j Winter Park Brevities Continue 5 blocks turn left
Complete X-ray Laboratory
E O.. HODGE JR. ; IU C&theart St. Pho Z4S7CORLANDO'S j To Highlight in second block.

hone3651 SOS w. Par > fy M4XGAJU7 GXHM-Jeephcne Winter Peck ',-Nwrs2 end ft-:; )Jcnbey T,c .on< 't' n ieyY
---- __ Tuesday Show ) ) ):7ER P -J3l'lfmlng f'C>)pj) )D l lrlslmas almnsp'nere. ,Th't1. tyelu'e Yet\ivt,,c tome.Miss ,
; ,\. t\\?h\.. all QU must. he oft the\ Ort 1C ednesday morning, Ctvti:,t- I)- Elizabeth\ Movtvsou:\ ot E. I Ii Enjoy sour Xmas Dinner with us at j.
Students from Ebsen's!' Schoolof (
streets between 2 and 6
a. m.
| mas music will be led by Ed- '\i Lansing Mich.., arrived by plane
Dancing will be performers to make way for the street-
i II I during the weekly Winter -" sweeper. There is!' a penalty for I ward Langley baritone. On Fri- .i'to spend two weeks with Mrs. O. GRANDV1EW HOTEL

LAJir I:I Visitors program sponsored the violation of this ordinance. I day afternoon there will be a !IE. Fulghum.-Mrs. Martha Poland -

bv the Greater Orlando Chamberof i i ROTARY: Dr. Louis Schulz j Christmas party and the introduction | and daughter Sandra haveI EUSTIS FLORIDA
Commerce, at 8 p.m. Tuesdayin will be speaker at the Rotary I of new members, the I returned from Kenedy, Tex., ,
the City Auditorium, it was 'luncheon
tomorrow noon, his membership chairman and the (where they have resided for two
announced yesterday.The CHOICE OF FOUR
subject the Birth of Christ a Fact DINNERS
Ie social chairman of the club I they are at 431; Virginia
program; which arranged in History and a Force in Life as years;
Fr Favorite for weekly to entertain i KIWANIS: Dean Melville E. co-hostesses.!' Court.-Mr. and :Mrs. George J. MAKE RESERVATIONS EARLY
local BUSES The bus-runs I
Winter visitors as well as : new Smith have
Johnson gone to Birmingham
will be the speaker tomorrow
residents will be followed by a evening at the Kiwanis II through Aloma. Virginia Heightsand : I to spend the holidays with their Serving from 12 to 3
CHRISTMAS DINNER dance from 9 until 12. Knowl- i' Hannibal Sq. are on a trial Mrs .
meeting. laughter<< Sylvia Jones-
ton's orchestra will furnish the supper LIONS Club will not meet thisVednesday i I basis to see if the patranage warrants Pat Stewart and Gloria Sims The prices of meals $2.00
FULL 5 $L75SEltVISG mu ic. I evening or next because !' continuing. ,arrived yesterday from New Orleans -
includes short METHODIST: The Sunday Phone Eustis 80
12 XOOX TO 8:30 P.M. The program a of the proximity to holi-- !' where they are in trainingat :
School will have A J.
play. Show Business with Margaret II days both Thursdays. I a pageant Charity Hospital. to spend two Mrs. J. A. Ingram, ManagerPLEASE
Ficquette Shirley Hollings- CHAMBER of COMMERCE Star-lighted on Monday at weeks at home. fII1r
HOTEL worth. June Howard Cynthia 1, luncheon will 7:30: p. m. in the church parlors. I .. _ _
| Wednesday
It has been Mrs. i.
Pardue Patty Ann Jackson, Car- by i
olyn Staves, Dorothy Munson, noon nounced with later.Tomorrow a .program to be an- I Myra Dewhirst and the public i II
I is invited. Guests are invited to
7tJ1 9& Sonya at 10:00: a. m. is the I
/ Other features will be O'Brien Christmasmail bring white-wrapped presentsfor
deadline for taking;
the Childrens Home at En-
lIawaian with Bill
DINING ROOM Finne Has Bone and Richard Leone; Hula UNIVERSITY to Christmas.CLUB Fla.: Insteadof terprize. Fla.EPISCOPAL. : The traditional DON'T READ

Group featuring Carolyn Bour- the usual pow-wow Tuesday,
545 N. Orange--Phone 4552REFRIGERATORS land, Barbara Watson, Joan there will be a Christmas program midnight service at AH-Samts
Episcopal Church Christmas Eve
Dann, Lynn Williams Carol Mus- ,
at theomans' Club when
I will be preceded by a choral
selwhite Wanda Hollingsworth,
will their
members bring
service which will begin at 11]

Suzanne. Sally, Billie Horning Coulter Brinkley, Evelyn Muffet, Joel Mun-Merry Williams -- son ings other,will after guests.give which the Pres.Edward club's R. P. Jame-Langley greet-- II p.munion m. Celebration will begin of at Holy approximately Com- I !

11:40 I !
I : p. m. THIS AEI! !
filtlrl tlfL:1aX SflitliLfiCaCSd"Xa*""-" .[ lAtfa ,it son: Panama with Shirley Hol--' will sing, and Mrs. Grace Mrs. Arthur Webster has returned -
I lingsworth; The Dude with Car- McBride will play her violin accompanied -I from the Florida Sanitarium -
t olyn Staves: Beguine, Joan De- by Mrs. Eleanor Hof-
where she underwent
[ mastus and Eunice Rinaldi; Acrobatic I bauer. A playlet, based on a i minor ery.-Gilman Lans-
i > dances by Joel Merry. Crossroads, by Henry Dike i
i I I dale will spend Christmas at
Pinocchio and Jiminy Cricket, Sleeper, will be presented. San Juan P. R, where he was UNLESS GENUINE BARGAINS INTEREST YOU
J I with Bill Finne and Richard Le--:' The Friday pow-wow speakerwill I stationed during the war: he will
lone Waltzing Doll by CarolynRourland be Horace A. Tollefson. Rol-
; '
fly down for the event marking
,1 ; Raggedy Ann and An lins librarian his subject Planning -
I the closing: of that t'SO center-
.". dy. featuring Muffet Williams a Library. I' Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Skeoch. of
I ,and Tom Sullivan: Red Silk I The fifth regular meeting: of 'Anderson, Ind., are here for a FLOOR SAMPLESREG. FLOOR SAMPLESREG.
I IIJ Stockings and Green Perfume ;i the club will be at the Womans month with their daughter Mrs.
I sung by Shirley Hollingsworth, Club Saturday evening: with Dr. I Joseph Hayward. and family: PRICE SALE PRICE PRICE SALE PRICE
Eunice Rinaldi. John Oowdy"discussing Britainin
a R Cynthia Pardue. from here they will go by boat
NORGE Carolyn Staves. Dorothy Mun WOMAXS 1947. CLUB through the Canal to Californiafor $16.50 Large Hassocks _u. $ 7.95 198.50 3-Pc. Living Room Suites 119JO
I son. .Joan Demastus and Sonya programs the rest of the winter with

r j AlbertA i this week will be entirely de- their son.-Col. and Mrs Robert 29.50 7-Way Floor Lamps _.__ 17.50 169.50 4-Pc.: Bedroom Suites _ 94JO
Ltw I L. Scott and daughter Robin

i Research I left Friday for Sun Valley Id. 19.50 Table Lamps ___________ 9.95 39.50 9x12 All Wool Face Rugs 24.95
Package Underway I where they will spend the holi--

y d g comprehensive!' researchproject Consumer-size units calculatedto days.her of Col.the Civil Scott! Air who Patrol.is a memo will 89.50 Sofa Beds ________ 69.50 24.50 Cocktail Tables _____ 14JO

CROSLEY i I to find better ways of eliminate waste parts of produce !speak': at a series of meetings: in
1 : marketing fresh vegetables, including Sun Valley, Yellowstone National 229.50 Odd Sofas _______ 119.50 19.50 Framed Pictures __ 7.95
t. . . and to contain foods closely- !

't." .,..:.....,.. -.A"._..-,-.-.' '..:..Ii.-.......,...'."$: t: the shipping consumer point was packaging announced at- graded for quality will be tested 'I:youth Park and of the Boise.Civil Idaho Air Patrol where 3.95 Child's Rockers .______ .99 119.50 5-Pc.: Dinettes 74.50
tt 'I x yesterday by Paul B. Dick- in the field under one phase of Cadets will be gathered.-Mrs
* / > man. president of the Florida the research plan.Shipped : Glenmore Greene has!' gone to 39.50 Child's Desk and Rocker 24.50 29.50 Porch Chairs _____ 13JO
tf under proper refriger- Fort Ga. to the
Vegetable Prepackaging Council I Valley. spend
H O I ation and ready for the consumer I holidays.-Friends will be gladto 10.95 Metal Smokers _____ 3.95 47.50 Porch Chaise Longue __,.29.95
PHILCO Initial step will he the first' when they reach the market
: i I learn that Mrs. Alex Green is
= I, comprehensive field study of these products would even allow I reported to have passed the 14.95 Clothes Hampers _w_ 8.95 25.00 Occasional: l Chairs ___ 15.50
tf consumer packaging at the : consumer price reductions by i pneumonia crisis,-Mrs, Frank
I shipping Ruskin point said who Dickman also is cutting losses in deteriorationand and I I Daley has!' gone to Providence. R. 17.50 Fireside Log Carriers 3.95 219.50 54" Tracey Cabinet Sink 189.50
grower transportation providethe the Mr
. I.11. to spend holidays -
chairman of the Florida.g. grower; a more stable income, and Mrs. John R. Miller Mr.
12.50 Fireside Sets 3.95 69JO Kitchen Cabinets __ 29.95
table Committee, industry if the of the
R predictions re-,and Mrs L. V. Bledsoe and son

K trade association. 'searchers are borne out. Billy will spend' Christmas Miller'sdaughter at 15.95 Child's 3-Pc.: Table Sets 7.95 29.50 Boudoir Chairs ._ _.__ 12.95 .
IMMEDIATE with the
i DELIVERY! K I Tests! will be made not onlyon Philadelphia
R individual consumer-unit i I : and family and the .
Caldwell & hot also all Bledsoes will go on to New York
x Harvey packages on present -
= s LIMITED SUPPLY EASY TERMS types of container as'" well | for a stay of several days,-
RK Modern Home Appliances bulk to determine 1 Dr and Mrs. \V S Johnson and
t RK as shipping so as -
SALES & SERVICE parallel efficiency. I I three children. Billy. Diane and MATHER of ORLANDO
Judy Wade will arrive today
PERDUE RADIO SALES & SERVICE You'll appreciate CONSULT our them service boat department The first tests will begin at from Maryville. Tenn.. to spend
the Dickman farm and ,
,: your RADIO aad WASHING MACHINE packing the holidays with Dr. Johnson's
B 221 Repair plant at Ruskin, near Tampa i parents. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur S
.: ZZll EDGEWATER DR. using tomatoes, corn, broccoli, I Johnson.-Mr. and Mrs. James
PHONE 2-1S7Z ORLANDO cauliflower and similar produce. ,C. Liggett: and two sons. Robert
YJlT1Jl1J; lSllillF7lF31FAt3YloASyDylFT131F1lF7tTsTlT/TF Y.TiK TliTST1T1t d l Other commodities and areas will and James from Columbus o.
he covered as other shippers : who have been \'iitingIrs.!' : Lig- Just a Few Doors Away From the Crowds and High Prices

equip "themselves to make the gett's mother, Mrs. Norman
tests, said Graw. I Storer. have gone on to St. Pet- ,..,
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list,, Ie "PF.asar.. P.r_" WHOP-!ao at 1:45 Monday Thru Friday ABC .



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1/0e4ae.W tl"araWtral.l.a.YWNal +
panted by His mother / i1wT1Ukitr1Ly; : .rp" '
,Jtt.Gli.'h': ,
: ; 1l"f. f'\ :
walked up to the Savings

window one morning Caa.tal and Surplus On* Million Dollar

with a dollar bill clutched '.

mother in explained his hand.that His he Irappy Holiday all Year Round .

had agreed to save his -

money if he could keep CHRISTMAS comes but once a and flowing as its long and tapering . the-world feeling knows no n. ONLY BUICK HAS

it in a "big bank." you believe it! lines. season. I ALL T H E5 ENt'

It's too late of course, to put one : r
Not when you can travel in stylethat's in short, when you've aBuick TARgm/R
bright and gay as a holiday inour driveway for this Christ
Convertible, with pushbutton AIRFOIL FENDERS
morning. But why not see t
wrapping and just as sure to self-adjusting front mas .
That Christmas Billy bought bring a sparkle to the'eye. top, your Buick dealer I and fix things i *FIREIALLPOWERseats'
and electro-hjdraulic door tonne
: Accutm
for future time?
his first wagon with accumulated window lifts that are more fun to MINTZONl BOOTMOUNTING*
Not when you've a big Fireball
savings in a "Big Bank" straight-eight with which to ex- operate than a new toy train. Just the news that jou've got an SJifON MIXING ,AKI

order in for a sparkling new Buick R *CURUAHOUNO RUMPUS
. Billy thus learned the plore those pleasant little roads
that are as full of happy surprisesas With this one, the holiday spirit Convertible will be enough to fUU-lCNGTH TOQUf-TUIf DH/VI

fruits of thrift I We advise a Christmas morning. lasts all year. With this one, that give your household its merriest DUPfLlX UAT CUSHIONS .

every man. woman and child. happ't contented, at.peace.withChristmas ever. nmwuGHT HSJOMIutomobT
Not when you've a car like this, *rPMI-"aM frmUNG

to have a bank account. Make that can be snug and cozy as *tUKOll WRINGING .

savings a part of your plans. a seat by the fire when the F y rtfcoatBUICK SAmr.CID RIMS '1

weather's bad-yet wide open to UN SMART MOORS
We invite you to open an Firet t National t
the sun,the sky, the stars and the r 'OOT'T flSHfI

interest-bearing Savings AcBANK moon when the season's right. l li

count at First National. .; t4,4.
Not when every mile you travelis
Twn* M Htutr 1 TAttO*.
FLORID cradled on four soft coil springs .+% -,No.r.rk..

that give your car a gait as smooth / A/sndcys and Fndays

it'OlD' 'detirt that all who call her shall reeeivt retry courtesy":

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I Art Ross On47 All-Southern Squad

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I 60 Players In

Williams Cops Third Batting Crown i I 12 States Win

Bosox Slugger 01 r .. # '59d2 Top Grid Berths


i : -" -- -;:; ::--- - -;- : :': - :grj
Was Leader In I (Ca r"' II-$ ,, .rn Board!
tkieC Tent>'-seven!' linemen and :C3narks :

_. won the 60 coveted berths
.>n the :2Sth! annual Southern

Other Races N I highest High School Southern Football interscholastic--Quad;!: ,

gridiron honor according 10 tile
CHICAGO I API Ted Williams' s" 1 12-State: selections.

third American League batting ; & _
: - Another 71 prep schools; ; :

title in six years yesterday officially I won honorable mention 'n he

was awarded to the lanky I I II ballots of the more than o
I ports: writers and coahecatti.
Boston Red Sox outfielder who
By BOB HAYES I -inating. : in the selection-;;
did some goat-petting" of his The poll covers the S'Hrrof

Let's stir up a small off-season football argument, just own this year with a championship Manama, .Arkansas Fmrrda,

to liven up the somewhat staid sports scene. Whaddya say.Let's ? average of .313 and three &fi11'r 4;t> rgia, Kentucky I.ntii-ar: .: ,

pick on tie football games. Okay'? Do you like tie other attack titles. i1af Mississippi.; North (';rfrniina: .

? Well all I don't either. I! South Carolina Tpnnf>see: ,
grid right
games Now the I league's fourth three- Texas: and Virginia
Football games that wind up in a tie accomplish'nothing. time batting champion Williamsalso Five all-Southerns and >, non

other than provide 48 or 60 minutes of entertainment for led in home runs with 32; ; i I"Sc orable mentions were <-nnrcn

spectators.So runs scored with 125. and total d from each State by a State '-f.sir
let's start a campaign to do away with 'em and eliminateall bases with :3.T3. according to offi- man who named up to in w -,;prs

the rhubarb that tie games usually cause especially when cial league statistics. t and and coaches to do trip pi

those dead-locked games figure prominently in conference cham' Immortal Ty Cobb copped loting. State chairmen mp-riy:
pionships.Look. the junior circuit crown 12 Lee vnl"Jacksonville"vm .j\" "''aa. ,-" stragg: 'tf.f { tabulated ballots and fom....rT cd

at the furore a couple of tie games PlaYed by .\|opka times, hut after him the honoris !t'i t- ._ .J: AIlI :#. ,, them to the board chairman ccr

In the Central Florida Conference caused at the conference narrowed to Harry Hell- ru y nfying the five highest vote-

meeting a couple of weeks ago: Tie games; have caused! such mann with four titles and :Xa-- _% A getters as all-Southern and the

episodes many times simply because there's been a lot of tie I oleon ajoie and Williams : ",abwtsr4remn...... I next six players as honorablementions.
games played. with three each.

We don't have tie games in basketball. doe? They wham The Williams' battish saga is r .Y rr ART ROSS I I Three linemen and nine

away to a decision. We don't have 'em in baseball, do we? They remarkable considering that aft- Orlando Senior Hightee's backfield stars were singled,
keep right on going until somebody wins. Then why not do the' er winning the title in 1911 with I out a* the outstanding ballplayers

same thing in football. .400 and in 1912 with .356. the ...,.v in their respective"
.Jt! < Stales by the balloting;-the
Boston big: boy spent three seasons \ V
On one of these !spoils pages;:; is a story about the plajoff between in military !service' and ]last!': John Prom ; highest: ratio of recognition

the Philadelphia Eagles and the Pittsburgh Steelers for the year returned for a runner-up v',: given linemen in recent all-
Eastern Division championship of the National Football League.A ,' !342. I Southern history

part of the third paragraph; of that story read.: "Shouldth Then he started the 1947 sea- kYr -4e* Breakdown of balloting for all-

game be tied at the end of the fourth period the first team son with a woeful batting hangover ; Heads State List Southern berths showed 14

to tally will win the game-and the right to meet the Chicago; from the 1946 World Series '. tackles. five guards four flank.I .

Cardinals, winners of the Western Division title, for the league and supposedly was fretting and r I4 '>.., 'A' ... .......'.v. -" I men and four centers taking the
crown." fussing over the so-called "Bou- ..&"""' ":. r""'" '=","$0 v ..12i positions won by linemen,

That's pretty much a sudden-death ending for the playoff dreau shift" against his slashing JOHN KOESY HUBERT BROOKS JAMES NIBLACK Of AllSouthernsJohn with the 33 backs-all ball-toting

should the normal four periods o/ play not produce victor.. But drives to right field Miami Senior High Hillsborough, Tampa Gainesville Senior High specialists-rounding out the

it does show that the pros regard a tie as it is. a deadlock that pro- Ted neatly hurdled the de FLORIDA'S 1947 ALL-SOUTHERN SELEC- Art Ross, Orlando halfback, who gained 1,325net squad.

duces nothing more than argument. '! fenses and-more important, the TIONS: These are the Florida football players yards rushing and scored 13 touchdownsto Prom. 185-pound center Forty-four linemen and 28

I expected psychological: complications elected to the 28th annual All-Southern High pace Big Ten Conference scores. Inset for the Robert E. Lee Generals, tion backs made the honorable men.
; collecting 181 hits in list with line berths divided
Bob Ivey, the well-known Prudential )Life Insurance peddler -by School Football Squad along with five other lower left Hubert Brooks 200-pound stand- Big Ten conference football
I 528 trips for his .343: : listing 15 is as follows: 14 end. <4
started all this. He sent over a clipping from the Atlanta Journal, points ahead of runner-up Bar- stars from each of I 11 1 other States. At left is out tackle for powerful Hillsborough of Tampaand champion, was voted top place guards eight tackles and etght
pointing the wrangle that ensued when Brown High of Atlanta
up ney McCoskey of Philadelphia John Koesy, Miami Senior High's great run- inset lower right, James Niblack, the among Florida's: all Southern centers.
and Lanier of Macon played! a 6-6 tie in a Georgia Interscholastic
who had .328. back John Prom of Robert tackle from Gainesville who high school football!
Athletic] Assn. championship pla)off. ning ; top center is I 215-pound players Best' player in each State

That game was decided on the basis of the team making the Third spot with .321 each E. Lee, Jacksonville, brilliant center and voted sparked his team to a Northeast Florida Con. State Chairman Pete Norton selected by the respective State

"deepest! penetration" into enemy tt'rritOl'l.anipr was adjudgedthe ; was shared by Chicago's Taft the outstanding player of the State; at right, I ference title. 4.Tampa Tribune sports editor, chairmen:

winner, and brother, that caused a rumpus., perhaps Wright and Shortstop Johnny said yesterday. Benny Marshall Birmingham
rightly so. I Pesky of Boston, who led in Ala, Age-Herald: Pill Noland
Others ,
won firtt'am: assignments
Anyhothe GIAA was grouping for a way to decide a State- hits. for the second straight Book Larnin' Is To Blame I were Hul/ert Brooks, 190-pound triple threat bark at
wide football championship. Apparently, they got the issue decided year at :!tl7'and was the only i I Guys I 200-pound tackle for Hills- Aliceville, who scored IR:! point
) blows
but in such a way that it caused a lot of people to raise merry old ; plajer to top 20(1 borough's Terriers; John Koesy, and passed for fire more scores.

Ned. I Only 11 regulars in all bettered I ATLANTA [APJ Dr. Blake I I have to do is to be intellectually i firstlass nn.- ace halfback for the Miami Stin- Orville Henry Arkansas Gazette
,: .300.: Others were George Kell Van Leer. president of Georgia honest and the country will soon i Georgia Tech and Tulane were garees; Art Ross*. Orlando's one- Little Rock Ark Fred
I'm convinced I'm against: tie football :games by now. Are you? :, Detroit ..320: Rookie Dale Mitchell Tech and the Southeastern Conference I see the cleanest type of intercollegiate .the only Southeastern Conference I man team; anti Jam Niblack, [IStonessalli'illiams.] a t i.Ule
If you are, then the question arises: what can be done about it- Cleveland] .31B: : Joe DiMag-- l'aYSollege presidentsand athletics.: : schools which opposed postponing -I.:215-pound: tackle who :sparked Rock tackle, who stand? -,')-four-
as if anything: will? gio, New York. .315: ; Manager- faculties--and not recruiting He added ""hat !aunt of class : consideration of the NCAA's Gainesville; :: to th> Northeast CXnfcience weighs! 210 pounds and who u a

Let's forget: college football( and !stick in this instance to Shortstop Lou Boudreau. Cleveland -- and suhsidi7.ation-are the twin or laIMH"atln'unI... athletes i "purity code' at the Conference's title two-time all-State choice

high school' football. More high schools. in the !State than col- .:-1O.: Luke Appling, Chicago evils of intei;-collegiate football. inii...t ,'ass are academic matter | animal" meeting last week. The Top !six fir "'-.ers in the close:; Joe Livingston, Atlanta Ga..
1 ., leges. So we ought to be able to stir up a bigger argument; .3($: George McQuinn New In a radio mtpnipwnth Journal t'ntirl'l"Ithin contiol of .league;: voted 10-'! to defer action race for the all Southern hon- lournal: Tommy Woodle halfback
,.- shouldn't we? York. 304. and Sabath Mele. Boston Sports Editor Ed Danforth. the faculties of the varion in on thp code, which would impose orahlfc! : mention h,;t included: at Gordon Lee High Chick-
4 It's a lead-pipe cinch that school "freshman." 302. .I Dr. Van Leer asserted that the' stitution". We" have l.WMl insi-( restrictions: on recruiting and I amauga. who scored :?OS pointsto
high football players can'tkeep I II
presidents and faculties "control lotions( of higher;::; learning in subsidizing::: until after the N'CAA Jerry Gallagher. 170 pound lead Georgia prep scorers and
on playing extra quarters. ad infinitum. to decide a football Mickey Vernon of Wahms-! ; I the entire situation. All they I Ii this eollntrhili I le...i than I I.V9.3O : meets mew' .Y 01 k next month. lake Worth hack; Jim Halam. i ia fast enough to be the State
game. ton who won la't year's" crown
- -- -- - --- -- - 210-pound St. Petersburg!' : 220-yard dash champion
And every high school coach in the State wonld b'lIountil with .1.1. did an incredible tailspin I tackle: Bob Mohler. 1; -ponnd Karl Ruby, Iioaisville! KT..
Kingdom; Come If jon suggested; a "sudden-death" ending: such I of 88 points to a lowly Four Rollins Tennis I )Plant City back: Bob Hewlitt, Conrferslonrnal: Dad Hager,
as the pro footballers! have agreed: to do today in Pittsburgh.Moreover ':6.). i Michigan TeamAt Kovacs StubbsIn II giant Plant City hack who led six-foot, I7t-pnnnd Mocking

the "deepest penetration" proposition doesn't. have 1 The team hitting champion- Stars To Compete In all Tampa individual scorers; bark at l.oul.\"III. Male' High.
any appeal whatsoever, because it would take !statisticians a little 'ship was grabbed: by pennant- I .Jim Temple, JR. -|>und Tallahassee who i I. a deadly Worker and
while after the :game's conclusion to figure: out "ho'd won. :Xop winning New York with .271, a Sugar Bowl TourneyFour center; and 4. C. I That won't work. I climb of 23 points from the Pasadena NetFinals Haines' City hack who led the barker. in the South"
i Yankees' seventh-place finish in Rollins Collogp students, I Hornets to a third straight;; Harry Martinez, New Orleans
!So with the customary KMuinute (consideration here's a !suggestion 19 JR. all American or foreign ham- Ridge: Conference title. I La. State!':: John Pptitbon fact; ::;
SDKXCalif: Michigan's pions. will cuter the annual MIXMI I Frank Kovacs, '
to start the argument: I Williams' runs-sc-ored leadership |IAPI| All first-team playprs.nth the !Qfi !second !sprinter' who (3 a
i :; mightlvolennes rolled 1 Sugar Bowl I Invitational Tennis:: !:
( ,
Oakland. alif. and Bob Stubbs.
When a high school game [colleges can get in on this too at no was his fifth in a row for a I into the Rose; Rowl 1 City yesterday Tournament in New Orleans : exception of Ross:; :spearheadedtheir I, |'ontlnuf'd on Page :-8. CoL 4J]
extra ensti] winds up in a tie after four 12-minute periods, let's new major league record. 'The Miami moved into the :semifinals ; i teams to outstanding seasons -
and Coach Fritz Crisler. taking next week, Rollins:: Athletic Dir. i
of the National Clay Court '
compromise by playing one extra 12-minute period after a five : past season also marked the II I .
one look at the Jack :McDowall announced last
sunny :skies Professional Tennis
Champion- I 1
10-minute rest period. 1 fourth time Williams topped the herded his 41-man squad off to night. I'hipsesterdav and Welby Van I "Prom was the standout in a \Washington Still
Winner of the :game; would be either [II the team scoringthe league in total bases and his practice. Gardner Larned, national intercollegiate Jack great Robert E. Lee line" said
Horn and both of
j Rogers. : I
most points in the extra period or |II: | if no score is made sixth straight above .300 per-I Sunshine kisses and oranges champion and Ifith Knoxville. Tenn.. moved into the i Ray Charleston. Florida Times- \ Without Grid Coach

or the score remains deadlocked at the end of the extra period formance. dominated the warm reception ranking player in the nation; ; finals of the doubles division. I I'nion, sports: writer. "Most: ofLee' | SEATTLE (API Athletic Dir
then award the :game to the team registering:; the most first! Boudreau led in twobaggerswith ; given the big nine champions by Buddy Behrens, national scholastic Kovacs, top seeded for the tourney :; touchdowns started fromProm's I Harvey Cassill returned from
downs. in the one extra period. 45: while the top triple I :some 2. ,()O well-wishers as the champion; Enrique Ruse I I eliminated 1 Bill Weissbuch positions, either when he the :Middle i West yesterday: with-
Brother. that oughta: produce a winner. helter was New York's Tom Hen- :Michigan !special train arrived Peruvian champion, and Ricardo I I Scarsdale, K' ., G-l. 6-1. 6-1. was at center or guard lie II out a new Tniversity!' of Uach
The suggestion: : of one extra period is made because one extra rich with 13. Bob Dillinger of St. i ending the three-day junket from Balbiers, champion of Brazil and I I Stubbs turned back Bill Hardie.! I!opened the huge: hole through 1 ington football coach's name on
Louis in stolen baseswith which Toby Lovern for
period is enough for high school youngsters to play. The game'sa was tops wintry Ann Arbor. Chile are the four competing ,also of Miami. 6-0 ,-J. 6-1. Kovacs galloped 'the dotted line. but said he was
31 and Eddie Joost of Philadelphia the touchdown" that ruined '
little rugged at times. too much so to risk injury brought on by ,. Southern California's Trojans netters.PALMER::. I will meet Dick McKee. Miami ; optimistic over having one before
set the sacrifice Miami bid for the State I'
sheer exhaustion. One extra quarter. following a rest period pace !smacked through a hard offensive and Stuhbs will face Van Horn I High's Jan. 1 1.I 1.
with 24.Pesky title
wouldn't be too much although some nervous coaches may suffer !'= blocking] session at Bovard :Mass. r fl'P] Raymond in the singles semi-finals today. I Brooks' the best linemanon I HP went Eastward onh: a.- far
chillbains in the deal. repeated in the most Field. VSC Coach Jeff Cravath Smart who lost an armin ; The Van Horn-Rogers team went was i as Chicago in his quest for a
at-hats department with 638 .' planned to take some 5fi) !squad-' the war. shot!' and killed a to the doubles finals by defeating I a team that boasted I'e'eralfine successor to Ralph f Pest I Welch
and another title hold men to Santa Barbara today to \\eissbuch and Harris Everett forwards; Koesy repeatedhis "
w Decision of tie ;games:; in the one extra 1''I.jnd011101 permit \.r 10-pound lynx on Mt. Pattaqua- I
brilliant of last
both teams to play their normal without was iron-man Eddie: Lake of start .set ict drill: tuckWoman's lacksonville, 4-6. :3-6. 6-4. 6M, !success: year I
games. thought of pilingup with better Selma
an even performancefor Gain
first downs else. ]Ht'taoU.ho along with icrnon I Van Horn and Rogers will faceKM !
or anything They'd right: ahead
go playing: as Coach George Trogden'sMiami
usual and trying their best to win in the regulation time. appeared in all of their I \ FranchiseCHICAGO
team's" games, 158; and bIt, re-; Golf Club Schedules Beach today in the doubles Class B
They could Mart the extra period with a fresh flip of the coin finals ] was rated the best I
i I
and with full know ledge; of what can decide the :game in the extra sicctis'eIy.Runnerup linesman! in Northeast Florida I \P1 The Chicago
periods.In Williams in the Mixed Foursome Event hv Committeeman Whitey Mc- Cubs announced>"terd.a" 'the

the extra l period a team could either gamble for that long home-run department was Cleve Today Maryland AnglingFor Mullen of the Gainesville Sun.Ross purchase of the Selma Ala,

'un and a touchdown. or touchdowns or they could stake their wad land's Joe Gordon witlj 29. ,! The Orlal1riooman'= Golf Assn. will !stage a mixed foursome a demon against all Class B baseball club of the

on getting the most first downs. Of course, some smart person tournament and other no\el golfing: events at the Dubsdread Country New TerrapinAs kinds of opposition "scored 13 Southeastern League, expanding
would have to put a value on first downs. say half-a-point a first Gator Club todav starting: at f)::TO a m. touchdowns and gained 1,325 to 18 the number of. clubs in theCubs'

down so fans and coaches and all could keep track of who's ahead Cagers Edge Proceeds f'-om ti'days play will] be turned over to the iI"O'ia-: Bowl Mascot yards for Orlando. farm system.BARCLAY

tn the extra period.I'm tion to help (defa( expeis.eof the Florida StateVomens rolf ,
Miami 58-55 COLLEGE: PARK r TAP] The The squad of 11 players was SALEM PRO
serious when I \ Mi touinamoiit :.it t the! )i'ianrio
!Oa"omf' way ought! to l)e devised to .
I the Univer- The
football Terrapins picked by a committee of 10 PEABODY. MassAPI! ( appointment -
eliminate these deadlocked MIAMI The ( oiuuit i-v Club!\ --,'-ting t _\pnlfiMi
Tniversitvof .
games. Rut make no mistake. I 1 want mascot Harvard
( this morning: competing!; ;sity of Maryland a !sports' writers from all sectionsof of Bill Barclay.
Ole isn't Florida came from behind in \\ T 1 I H t"i ..-; im i-harge!
taking this
: thing serionsljenough: to helieie for several pri/es offered for to keep them company on their the State.A varsity basketball and golf
anything: will come of this except some :good; argunuentsunless : -. .. the dying minutes: of) the game to of the niogramFouiM I low grovs and low net honor.. I 1 NewYear's: date with Georgia in total of 43 players was listed coach, as! golf professional hereat
the fans, "ho pav the freight, start a han rolling. nueeze out a 58-55 victory over >mes w ill Malt out at I i the Gator Bowl but all they haveis I bv the committee, with the top the Salem Country Club was
Well. what do you think i tTie University of Miami 1 last I, Mating: at 4..10:: pm. wompo"Iptants !\ a 400-pound bronze diamond- eleven! being named( for the team. announced vpjsterdav.
: night before 1.S07 basketball fan: ? will stage a driving ,> hack.
in the Coral Gables Coliseum::: output; !i So they are angling; for thp two- : /
With the score<< deadlocked a' Mt-, ;; Hoian announced tht hpaded. terrapin,
Dempsey Says 'Louis Is suppr-diamond Auditor Seeks To Curb
? Through'NORTH 54-54, ,and_three minutes!' to go hp pntiv fee would he SI. Xo which basks;;\ m the Dppt. of ComI Georgia
Florida Henry Cornell hookedone grppn fees! will be charged. I I merce aquarium Washington.:: .
HOLLYWOOD [API Philadelphia I 11O261! Then I trained in from the floor and seconds ; ouples entered through ]la-t I Athletic FundsATLANTA
Jacket Bulldog
Take it from Jack who
JUvent Dempsev. hard foia whole year. andl'Ouldn.t later sank a free throw to gh.ethe rnghr Deluded Mrs!'= Art :Millea I IIi ,
through it all himself- Illinois Set
","Joe Louis is through: he'll never win again in Chicago. I Gators a three-point edge ano Rill! Ellis.:; Mrs. Bob Quinn Relays lAP) State Auditor B. E. Thrasher Jr. yesterday!
4 be great again." still had the punch but had lost Miami dropped a free toss: : ana --S- no v-t Millea.: Mr. and Mrs For Date : asked;: the Legislature to consider restrictive measures against the

Louis is going through the im" ring-thinking ability Florida's the -ball.Julian Miller wrapped Bin J ,'. <'Ins. Mrs. Lyle] Hudson Chicago University of Georgia and Georgia. Tech Athletic Associations,
same thing Dempsey did in 1926! Dempsey was :32 when he last up throw. game a free .and )iimmv! Lentz, Miss:: Bee Ii CHICAGO [API| Illinois Tech's!,: !! which he said operated at a loss of $ W.115 the past!': fiscal year

and 1927.! the former heavyweight fought Tunne\ I.oul.is 33. I Toniieh and Gordon Barkett.Mr. 17th Annual Relays which last I Thrasher reported the college! sports programs! showed a del -

:: champion said yesterday -_ and >lr... Harry Hughes; ., year attracted an entry list of ficit of $1=>R,320 at the end of the -
in an interview. Abb Curtis To Call Mr*. Alma Maddox and R. G. I 61 universities and colleges will I 3ear. contrasted with a surplus I not including travel allowances. .
'He's lost his co-ordination and Quantico Captures : (}uinn, Mm. Mel Cawlberrv I. be held March 13 in the University of S22S.795! at the outset. ypar. .

""thinking ability" said Demp Grid Cotton Bowl Game --i and Capt." Kmprvon; Mr. and of Chicago Fieldhouse. John Georgia's. net .oss for the year Coach Bobby Dodd at Georgia
*e> Once the -'re gone they're All-Navy DALLAS [API Ahh Curtis Mrs. Tim Warlow, Mr. and I.J Srhommer, Illinois Tech'sathletic was $150,075 Tech's loss was Tech received $10,000
;gone; forever." SAN DIEGO Calif I IP| Coming veteran Southwest::: Conference Mrs. I>ousJ; Dempsey did not see the Louis- to life in the second half official will referee the 12th annual t Mr I *. McAllister. Cot and Mrs. expenditure of $33,630 for stadium Butts as salary $iOB as bonus
Joe Walcott fight, but expressedthe 'during which they scored three Cotton Bowl football game Early: Duncan Mr. and Mrs.W. i Orioles Sign PitcherBALTIMORE I expansion. Georgia started I $6,511 as subsistence allowance
> opinion after ewing. films touch lovvrLs. the Quantico [Va.] here New Years!, Day J between T. Horan, Mr. and Mrs. I [I-tPl] George I the year with a surplus of $15- and $3,000 as "Sugar Bowl con
and talking: with friends who :Mariuelefoated the AlamedaC. Southern Methodist and Penn Robert ('offl'Ir.. and Mrs. I Anderman. southpaw pitcher 631 Tech with $211,145. I tingencies."
witnessed 1 the Itout [ 'u<1. ] Naval Air Station Hell- State 1.00 Daley of Boston ol, Morgan .'rk('. Mrs. Thomas from LaFayette College has:; been I Dodd received $9.000 as regular
The champion harked back i.n-! 2(H to 0 to capture the AllNJV lesp'Ill:: be the umpire I out C oler and Denny Champagne; : Mgned to plaw ith the Baltimore \TTANTA !SAP) Head football salarv and SI,OOO as apple-
{I his fights;: with Tunne for : Football before :> ..if ....... Mr. at the mental) salary
) Championship nn> Texas Christian the and Mrs Bob ( arr and Orioleof: 'HP I internauon- ) roach Wallace Butts
comparison. 20.000 fans in Balboa Stadium head linesman and R T BarbuUof MRS. W. T. HORAN Dick %Amidon and Marian ,al League Mgr Tommy Thomas University of Georgia received i The previous year Butts re
'Tunney boxed my ears off in yesterday. Syracuse the field judge. i . directs golf meet I McClung., t announced yesterday. .$13,750 from-th-State fiscal ceioedSl4P4i. ma odd'S.400.I .


SMU Tes: Georgia Tech. Maior Bowl Favorites

J Telephones: -4161 or 3-1681- do, Florida! December'; 21, 1947 ; --
2-8 \Stjf g-unuau g-rtttinrl-Star
Page Alumni Local :
- Friends
I Wesleyan
-- --
' --
Favored'Over Bobby Gage Top

Georgia AllSouthernGrid Major Leaguers I Join Stavros Demopoulos DriveContinued ,(

[ from Page 1.AJ .." Offensive Star
Terps T In ". Squad
authorities Friday saw little hopehe

Numbers 60 Spend Lavishly 1 would be released soon.

r: Jack Barber of Orlando and For One Game

Gator Bowl Tilt [Continued from Page 1.B1 other Wesleyan alumni in this

area are mapping a program
senior at 16 years of age. standssix In Player MartNEW : abetting the fund-raising cam- ''A :NKVORK' :: [API The \-

"Tdl I c\llegiate Athletic Bu"'3.r "
NEW YORK [IAP) Accordingto feet and weighs 170. He wasa paign which got under way unofficially -
I the 1947 footK i ireason's ">
spectacular broken field runner when Herman s.--
yesterday -
the odds-makers, that fraternity YORK [API It will cost single-game highs aa t
for NewOrleans'
and top all-round player V. Cole of Orlando. hearingof
which backs its choices with I Jesuit High. baseball fan; at big league ball j II I ;1"m individual and team \*"
the drive contributed S25.
cold. hard cash Michigan. Southern i Earl: C. Magee, Jackson, Miss., I parks from in cents to two hits j Boxing Promoter, Temple 1 ronruince. disclosed ye.-ti1 -
: to buy a scon card to know the :1"\\ five different players :
:Methodist Texas and Georgia -I Daily News: End Harold Max- Mason last night said his next
I players: in in IS. but it cost major '< rim-d the rare feat of h I' ,\,
in the well of Laurel a l -l'ound flank- Vet-sponsored card scheduled -
Tech should triumph .
league, club owners approximate-| 1 K lot 300 yards or more .n ar
four major football bowl games man who has previously been ly $I.:<<)(}JO) to get some of them. j Jan. 5, would l>e turned into 'fnuHin.; .

on New Year's Day. There will voted the most valuable prep 1 Of this sum. ST35.000 was spentto a "Stavros Demopoulos Night." iJre.itest, one-day pas.-me: ., 3
i-hool gridder in the MagnoliaState Jacobs revealed for the
from othI' I that
gain title to players ishing
r output was register' v
be 11 other bowl) events Jan 1 and who is headed for Ole .
er big league clubs. S272.500 was i moment. donations will be accepted Bobby Gage of Clemson ti-h.-! :

including the Shrine game at San MINS:; another season. I'spent on the annual draft around I by check only by Charlie ',.,led 37-1 ards against Auti.!'

Francisco between the Eastern Wilton Garrison. Charlotte $200.000 was paid for outstanding Wadsworth and Bob Hayes of He carried the ball 18 time.- : ,

and Western All-Stars. _ _ _ N. C.. Observer: Nub Smith, 183- minor league stars and more the Sunday Sentinel-Star Sports 141 yard and passed for _ _

The price-making gentry have \ pound triple threat back for I than 5100,000 was handed out to Department and by himself. more yaids! in his 43 play

established Michigan. the Big Fayetteville's State Class AA various free agents Jacobs can he contacted at radio Fred Knke Jr.. of Arizona

Nine champion. a 14'i-point favorite I re Champions, who won first placeon I The most lavish spenders undoubtedly station WDBO. the nation's 1917 total offcns

over Southern" California .- all 10 ballots and is sought by were the Boston Red I II "We will have several new :<. i champion. gained:; :hil yardin

In the Rose Bowl classic at Pasadena virtually all big college grid Sox Pittsburgh! Pirates and places for donations within a the same number of siao -

Calif. The same group powers in the South.': I Cleveland Indians. The! Red Sox I day or so," Jacobs continued. STAVROS DEMOPOULOS I is bile his t..am3" losing to

think SMU will whip undefeated Carter |Scoop] atinier, enriched the St. :Louis treasury "This money will not be turned . his friends roily i Orange-RowI-boiind::; Kan..a<>.

and untied Penn State by six'. Greenville, !';. <_'.. Xews: William with a reported $375,000 for several -I' over to the Demopoulos family oi]' I High aerial total of 30" :- ,
the (Chi P house for
in the Cotton
and half points 'i 170- ,
a [llootie] Johnson of the Browns' stars. The The \Vesleyan alumni here in in a single game was ama;;'I <(

Bowl at Dallas. Tex all-around star for will Demopoulos and his.:; mother so h ____ _
|pound Bucs forked over S100.000 for a Orlando collect the money |I III Del Russell of Indiana w )

Texas, loser of only one game I t Greenwood's undefeated team couple of Brooklyn players in i and send it to the college: in they may he together when he ted 325 yards against marq '

In 10 starts and that by the is -L who specialized. in "exceptional addition to 125.000 for three minor -i II Middleton. Conn., where Pres. is released from the hospital and Enke. who passed for 29"t: t _ _

slender margin of one point, liaising;, superlative. running.; league !stars. The Indians W. Victor L. Butterfield heads a during his convalescence 364 yards against Kansas. r.lIkI'Q;

figured to defeat Alabama Bowlat by Edgar; Allen.: Nashville. Tenn., spent approximately Sl30.).OOO fora I five-man committee for the organization period. second.

seven points in the LaIn Sugar : Banner: Maxie Runion. a 'j trio of big league performers. of help for Demopoulos. Students have already put upa All.America Bob Chappu-: ro,

New Orleans 108-pound 1! fullback who ('("ix-one'I' enough the St. louisCanlintk :' he said. Christmas tree beside his bed I| Michigan's Rose Bowlers gut -, .
the Orange Bowl I at Miami xillo's 'ohn High; to three I who probably\.. Other members of the committee in the hospital. i j yards against Ohio State: ? .,

Flan oncr-beatf' Georgia -'r.iiRht; city i championships. I made monf'in rrcrntjears are William P. Calder. Miss Artemesia Demopoulos. Stan Bloomer of Fordham .:
more .
Tech is a surprising 13-point -, red 1V4 |points and scored on through:; selling their II college treasurer: Robert I. Lag- his sister leaves today for Hart I the same number against Nca
favorite to hand Kansas ro- *45: yards or more in : i I York University.
Middleton Edward
a : un star plajens did not dispose of gren. a graduate: ford carrying with her a gift
of the Big Six Conference : i i hit the 300-yard h-.
bolder 10 Nobody .lx-
t>. title, its first defeat. The Powell. Amarillo. Tex. J 1 et during the 1945 season.
I and Richard Andrews assistant;
Brea.ilon's High School book
medium. Of course. Sam -a projector
Jayhawks have been held to Townsen.i.1 i Charley Conerly of M'ssi,", ':
r;lobe-News: Byron !selling of the flub to agllull 'to the president.More machine.DemopoiiIoH.
two ties in 10 starts. 177. an Odessa back unanimously I I'I headed liy former I"o..tlIIil..tf' I than SSOO has already who holds the pass compir! :. '
I' the :; graduated; \t liltiNlili mark of 133 in a season. :-h Other bowl choices include iuiine'
Mississippi [8-2-0)) over Texas ; "greatest player in history of the I States Hob Hannegan for a rru \ at twin candlelight services scholastic and athletic honors for most completions! ill a
pointsin STAR CATAWBA BACK: Here's one backfield. ace Marshall Interscholastic honors from Orlando High;:; !single game with Dick Work.
Christian (14-4-2)) by seven Texas | >rted SI million had a lot to at the University on Dee. 14.

the Delta Bowl at Memphis.' College will have to stop of the Big Green hopes to beat I Chauncey Durdeh do \\it(h it. i donations by alumni i and from School IaM jear.Dintors Washington & Lee. gettIng

Tenn.; Georgia ((7-4-0)) over Maryland I Catawba's Indians in the Tangerine Bowl New Year's Night. Va.. Times-Dispatch: League'1 I Trinity College alumni and from Hartford City out of 32 against Chattanooga

((7.2-1J) by seven and a half He's Bill Speacht, speedy Indian halfback whose ability to 200-pound fullback The highest Pitcher priced Bob minor Chesnes leaguers friends; who attended the Trinity- Hospital last night reported that Working completed number of 20 out ot too 5>
points in the Gator Bowl at mond's John Marshall High. a Bates basketball Thursday the Orlandoanwas
of their game extremely popular
the to one
click this helped I
Jacksonville. Fla., and Arkansas make reverses season straight-A student who is ix-t\vo:> sold by San Francisco to the Pir the season-against Army
Speacht starred .in the Tangerine Bowl last' ; ates for a reported 75,000 and night.Members I showing steady improvement Best day without a miss' was
William and Mary greatest seasons in 10.5 .
[5-4-1)) over 'I' and does 100 yards I I' of the Chi Pi I fraternity I hut that he had such a
in the Dixie Catawba smashed Maryville 3J6. genE'rallship I several players. The Bucs also turned in by Lynn Dorset of
six points when field
7 [9-1-0] by year, and combines of which Dfmopoulon long road to recovery that the
paid around S35.000 besides giving Cornell)), who Rot; 10 for 10 and
Ala. Unanimously -
Bowl at Birmingham, I with line smacking. : is a member hare arranged\ to improvement is not noted except
E Fitzgerald three touchdowns' in
Player-Catcher upsetting
The Sun Bowl tussle at El named hv four city prep> up have 10 members sell a pint of by qualified professional men
Paso, Tex., between Texas Tech Marshall Squad To Arrive Here Richmond's mot! | of Sacramento and S40- Princeton.
coaches as !,I blood each week. The moneyraided He is still paralyzed from the
Miami of Ohio [IS-O-1l] 000 for Second Baseman Romannus Wilton DaviSof Hardm-Sin
[E6-4-O1] and valuable. which will I
amount to I waist down. but has regained

is while considered the Eastern a pick All-Stars'cm affair are Wednesday; Sellout Crowd SeenGov. : Th AIIKA..SAS'MI-Rnn-hwn.. FrfOd squad w.lIi.m'included., tack I.. I In Basgall the majors Montreal.: alone. 17. player about S250.: will be turned over ; partial use of his upper limbs. mons.heads the the list 1947 of champion three backs rusher.who

kle. Su- to the emoponlo fund. a hospital spokesman said.
t .
seven and a half Littl Hock: Tom Stringer. swaps pro\ ided plenty of hot carried the ball 200 or more: 'd'--.

regarded better as than the Western ClarenceV.. Meadows of West Virginia yesterday acknowledged -,I ..,.c.: H..r..c.1sc Wondh...ck. Littl.end.Rock EI O.r.do: 8.nlf: stove !league fuel for the fans Other movements are also 'I "However. Mr. Demopoulos is in a single fray. He traveled :0
points K.rmot
All-Stars. No line has been issued !I receipt of Gov. Ca Id well's invitation to attend the second w.yn. IIIcFarl.nd. "ack. PiytheIlS.H .end. since the World Series. The most I i being;; started in the college community making a determined effort himself I I 1 against West Texas State Ev

on the remaining bowlgamE's. annual Tangerine Bowl football game here New Year's Night but LIHle nnor.R'i'e li Charles'U rn..on>Temple Juk Wlkln'h.rk Brll'ki startling were consummated by to help the injured I IgrirlrlE'r. to overcome these handicaps I Sorenson of Utah State got 22O::;

said he could not accept. i Jerrv V,rn"n Ktiarii PubUro" J P the Red Sox and Browns. and he is definitely out of : against Colorado and Fred

Here is the lineup and records "Sincerely regret that my plans are not such as to permit my ''Chlm.ward'. '..r'ua-ri''C; Te.rkana PnrreSt City Buddy.,,Ed- There is a general feeling that i A suite has been set aside at danger.'' Wendt of Texas Mines rambled

in the remaining bowl tussles: attendance but I deeply ap -- -_ _ _ ALASaMA: Billy guard.Noland.Enslcy back. Aliccvill High." others deals known to be brew- I 205 against New Mexico .

Raisin Bowl at Fresno Calif.- predate the invitation and I I Birmingham*: James; Ivty.Frank Mouc., center. B*.- ing, may he consummated:; before r Barney Poole of Mississippi

College of the Pacific t8-1-OJ[ ] vs. trust the game, will be most: successful -I I II ......,: Excell 50.5.Hut.Oecatur.Hon"r.bl. .....k.. Etow.h: the curtain is lifted for the '48 Expert Suggests Mexican Team Wins ,, and Bill Swiacki of Columfc-ia.:
Takes Golden.
Wichita [7-2-0)). in every respect,"' he said Respingo 80b"lf .. m..pon ..llmTn'Kniphtepn.. campaign. Practically\ every i Silver Bowl Game turned in the five top sir.gla-

Salad Bowl at Phoenix. Ariz.- in his telegram. end. Saitses Lanl.r, HI.h.Annal"MnniB0IflCrYSd. J.dieC.nnei : club is !seeking additional game pass receiving perform

North Texas State [110-1.01)] vs. Meanwhile. Gen. Chmn. Larry '" Burn'.u.a.dAd.n' .rklr Charles JUAIO.I.n strength.:; EOn the pennant winning ances. Poole's 13 recept-nrs

Nevada [(8-2-0)] Statarian of the Tangerine Bowl: Hieh. Hunting
Tangerine Bowl at Orlando Committee reported a speedupin I Broward Purse : cop Wr"ake We"R.m'Rt"5''n to stand pat and it might;: 1, unmatched in recent years Sw'

Fla-Oatawba [1ll411s.] Mar.shall GEORGIA: Tommy Wood I*. back. Lee JK a matter ol "this is only the I CITY [EAPI] The Ran- acki's nine catches again't: Army
ticket sales for the bowl encounter I H...,. Ch.k.mau"; 8.lIy Gr.At, "ack. folks.:' borrow dolph Field [Texas] Ramblers: discussed. howp "t-,
] beginning to
[1W. Va.1] [1&2O1. Stephenson back. Valdosta an I was more \
between Marshall's Big i Valdosta; Sonny NEW YORK [ ) A five-year
Pineapple Bowl at Honolulu Indians.-I HOLLANDALE: [lAP] Gustave I : Ge.",. Malof. tnd. Maritt of old expression. APJ ; despite; the efforts of former ,i because it contributed largeK to

U, of Hawaii 16-3-01[ ] vs. Redlands Green"There and has Catawha's been an increase! Ring's Respingo won the featured Atlanta Academy; James at Augusta.Honorable Cooper. back Richmond i i Closed season on wildfowl hunting \ : West Point stars "Doc" Blanchard -i the Cadets' first defeat in ItUl

( ] Broward County purse at I mention. Hugh Radcllffc. would quadruple the supplyof I I years!"
((6-2.J "
I In interest In the ga.m. he reported Lawton and Arnold Tucker lost 24-
E Lee at Thomaaton. a
Harbor Bowl at San Diego. Gulfstream Park yesterday overa end Robert birds in the of Poole pulled in eight passes
".\nd there's Gr.nl. b.ck. Brown Rich at Atlanla. Field In opinion Dr. )
Calif.-San Diego State [17.2.11] to believee'l\ have everyreason protest by Jockey iledley Lauren Harzrmr renter.. SaTinnah, Bene- Crack !Ludlow Griscom of Harvard..Otherwise 19 football thriller to the Mexican i in each of two other games
a MeCtuni .uard RomeCLOuDS
Karl :
vs. Hardin-Simmons [6301.Cigar I who rode runner-up durtine. untie LacMilliborough intercollegiate All-Star team 3-es- and Suiacki did it once. Jim .
I\\'oodhouse. : John Prom ... .
Boat Tampa. Fla.- rapacity, rnwd for thr al1lr. I winner paid Sl.70. H19h.. Jack.on..II.; Hub.rt Snob. tukle..... !. he says; an increas: terday in the inauguration of Keitzman of Brigham:: Young
[tPa.1] Teacher "We still have plenty of Tweets the High at Tampa; Art II. ing number of hunters will caught eight in '\
West Chester I I Boy early pacesetter Orlando John Koeiy. back. Miami con- I Mexico's[ Silver Bowl. one game
[10-0 TS. Missouri Valley I tickets left but all the good I finished third in the field Senior back. High;; James "' ,"''uk, tackle. Motorcycle Race tine to !shoot a decreasing number | against Wyoming.;
[16-6-01.] i i seats" are going, at a pretty good I of eight over a mile and sixteenth Gainesville. J.rr" Gailsrhr ;! of ducks until the sport diesa ThE'IE'xicans trailed: in the I i Joe Scott of San Francisco
Honorable mentions -
Eleven of the current participants clip, he added. route. hack Lake Worth Jim Racism tackle.St . natural death. I final quarter. 19-18. but intercepted went the greatest distance with
have engaged In major Satariano said the Marshall Stout Ppa.rbure. Bob Mohler. back. Plant c '- E'5.,1; Dr. research '' an aerial in midfield. day's collection of ; >
I With Jimmy up. Respingotook ; High Griscom. curator one pa
Plant _
Cl Bob Hewlett bark. JACKSONVILLE A total of worked the ball to the 20. then i I
would leave
bowl contests before. Of these I I squad Huntington. the lead nearing the quarter Tampa. Jim Temple center TallahasseeJ of Harvard's zoology department i catches. getting 199 yards again:;

only Georgia Texas and Michigan "'. Va., at 1 p.m. tomorrow for pole and appeared to have come C l..nt .hark Halo CltvLOUISIANA back ?:1 daring riders of two-wheeled doesn't give the five-year moratorium I scored on a pass from halfback :: Marquette The bureau nods '0I
tasted defeat In Orlando. stopping off for a workout : John Moshto. vehicles:; are ready for the starting Manuel Vallari to Fullback Octa-I Joe Garb *
have: never over slightly on Iodine. Iodine Jesuit H'-''' New' Orleans; James an outright endorsementin Virginia Military's cr-
one, although the Longhorns at Columbia S. C.. Tuesday met interference from Kingarviewhen back, strouma! Ellsworth .Knger". back.Lab. gun for the six-event motorcycle the January issue of Field & J vio Navarro. I sheer outfielding E'Conom1f'Tl
Jesuit -
tied Georgia night and would arrive here Charles. ... : Mir Thomas center Burr, racing program at the Jacksonville t Maj. Robert V. Whitlow, former I he 178 yards on fOUl
have been once. I Kingarvie stopped badly. H.. New Orleans: Albert' Stream hut he does point out j got just re
has won all three of its engagements Wednesday! night. I of back. Boqaluaa.Honorible eed\\ay| this afternoon that the must assistant coach at West I ceptions.
Woodhouse lodged a protest Hedaea. back. shooting pressure I
menttonc Lee Point. and here with the National
: with Southern cities
Texas won two and The Catau ba squad will spend Fair Park al 6hr.el'ort. Kenneth talc,. many repre- he kept down for several years l- -
Michigan one.Horsey Christmas Day at their Salisbury. I foul.A end Jt-nnmes Glynn Blackledce, guard. sented. Military Academy on an exchange .
turnout of 11,095 wagered until the desired increase in
N. C., campus. and leave Friday lI'rouma Frank Launcell. back. Boil. Miami pilots lead the list. according -, / of instructors, coachedthe
S673.627. oauatNew Orleans duck population is reached.
morning The Indians will arrive I Cr tackle Haynesttlle AlUn :r..I.a.end. to Speedway Pres. Eddie Mexican team.BlueGray I _

Renamed | Saturday. I Lake CharlesLaurel III..weli. .nd. Bland and Bob King a stock : The Harvard scientist estimates 9 Taluni a trip"ande Water
: IIIISSISSIPPI: Harold vour barHf
Marshall's squad will stay at Cooper Five Trims ; Carl Young. tackle. Tupelo; La- holder of the track with 10 that 9"lj per rent' of Squads member 'hat a Jew -j
ESL Chief UmoireSALISBURY. I I Verne Boykin back. Greenville, : George Persona! Propert> FloateIs
the San Juan Hotel while TheodoraVlhaos. Magic City aces reported readyfor the hunting season of 40 sears ,
Turnbough tnd. Brookhaven; I I our MS' pr"t< Md. [TAP] Hans Catawba will be at the Angebilt. Hughes Team In tackle. Pascagoula. j action. ago; already has been lo t.Th..n Start Game Drills o s or theft ol, \n<_r pci-eions *
Md., has 4 Honorable mention Carl Edward back. Jacksonville will have seven I a hunter was permitted : while, fave i;? Fnafen
Horsey; of Millington back. Mert- j
been named chief umpire of the Boys Club LeagueI'unpvr's dan West Amory James Pullman t.incly Calahan bark Hattieburg.George hot-foot lads on the firing line 25 birds a day during the seven MONTGOMERY Ala. [API ? (cGENERAL s sake 'Ie c u' bef.iovou
Dixie Bowl Teams
Eastern Shore League. Pres. Morris, center. Vicksburg. Norris. while Atlanta will be represented I month season. In 194? the bag With the accent on hurriedly-de
i ."d. Tupelo BobbY Title auard.L.ur.1
I C.ld..II.
announced I I\n' Cleaners Denmark by three the same as Chattanooga limit wasfour. with the season veloped teamwork. twoall'star
Dallas Culver yester
:I Schedule Game I Sporting Goodand: John- .OIlTH.. CAIIOLl..A.. .: 'Nub".. moth.back.Surlngtoc Tenn. Tampa has two :I held down to 25 days. elevens--one from each side of HAE1IIAOS.AENY B ( (

dayThe son's tlt'i'Ship racked up victories : back Fayatteville: Bobby Stutts while each the M.i-iiti I)l i\on: 1I11f'--dash, here
guard. SalisJulia'n -- throttle twisters: one I :
.ear-old former pitcherfor WILLIAMSBURG Va. ) : Bill Barrmger.
58- (Il"PI
I I Because the number of hunters
yt-htorday the opening W.lyn: I II ninth INSURANCE
the annual
I bury Jommy Zrak. i will come from Pensacola Orlan.lo. next 1 si'iii'li\:' 111 t
the Cincinnati Reds will William and Mary, which will Club King tackle Children s Horn at has leaped from 400,000 to two .
round of the Boys
pla in classic
) ) football
Mi (;
Montgomery, Ala.. Dothan. : rn< AVE. NONE SIS'
leave Jan. 2 for"e't Palm play: Arkansas' Jan. 1 in the Dixie W.n.ton.S.I.m. million from 1008 to 1947 even lit N OtANf I
Basketball League I Honorable mentions Duck;, pas Is back. I I Ala.. Columbus Ga. and Macon Two \\ \\fiikout-: : day: were called
Beach. Fla., to assist Bill Mc- Bowl at Birmingham; Ala., will The Cooper five trimmed Wilson. Bill Acker renter Favetteville.Beirvr : the curtailed shooting means a I
t"1< iay.
Gowan. American League umpire meet the Razorbacks again next Hughes Spurting Goods. 20-17, in 'I,, Charles.. Run.'an R"br..on bark bark G..tnnla.H.nd..on.'Ch.rl. Juse I Ga.; i theoretical maximum of 200 million -I beginning I _: < __ __ ___--.- -.

in an umpire school there. o27 in Little Rock, Ark., an overtime game. while Street center Charlotte Central. J B i I birds-twice the number of ---

Athletic Dir. R. N. "Rube.lc- with 10 points paced Denmark to I Keen SOUTH"..ard.CAROLINA Ooldsboro: .. : William (Hoot.e) I Pirates And Giants targets; estimated by Ducks Un- "Tlr E" is here and it's for "YOU" I U

RTAR PAYS OFF Cray announced yesterday. a 20-3 win over Bumby Hardware Johnson. back Greenwood; Marion 1 limited. Inc. at the start of the

LONDON (API Bryn Jones,, and Sheaffer and Vinger.ter I Campbell Pridmor, tackle.tackle Gaffney Chester:: Harold Dick Brewer(Red)* i List Exhibitions 947 shoot mJt.Tampa, FINANCE

Welsh international football star Canadian Red Roses Off poured in 10 points apiece to I .ck. berth' C"arl.st.n: O. O. Cr0... I
Sofi.ow I, j PITTSBURGH [AP] The Pitts-
bought by Arsenal for the Johnson quintet to a back Greenville.
saved the leadersof For ; ; Tour Honorable mention Jack Mooneyham. burgh Pirates; announced yesterday LOANS
before the war. Philippine 32-lf! triumph over Eola Coffee tackle Brookland-Cajce Sonny Horton. Blasts

the English First Division yes- OAKLAND. Cal lAP] The Shop. back. Greenwood Gene Farmer back.Camden thpy111 play eight exhibition I
Goodin end North Charleston. -
terday by scoring a goal to gain Red Roses," Canadian !National I Kurt Burr Oil-sby. end. Rock Hull Marion game with the New York ,
Gre.nune Giants in California and Arizonaat | OJC 66-18
Sunderland Parker
1-1 Deadlock with I RoboorlK..r. bark
a Amateur Baseball Championsfrom Basketball Results TEXAS: 8yron Town..nd.. "..ck.I the completion of the Bucs'Spring I '
\ back. Perryton: UP TO$3OO
leave Flowers
UUUUUU""U"UQUICK the Boston College C2. Harvard 50. Odessa; Keith i at will sharpshooting -
Scoring a
Neal. tackle. Corpus Chnsti; i training next I
Church year.
.. .
Oakland Te A&M" 40.
Municipal Airport to- Ohio Sate 5 a
Gordon Headlee. guard. Odessa; BariumPlll. I The March | band of Spartans from the I Ilnhersity
Georvo Washington 60. Clemson 35.Geoetown I games: 16. at Hollywood '
night for Manila where they will tackle. Wichita Falls.
64. Richmond 5.a.Purdue I | of Tampa, posted
Honorable mentions Charier Williams.enridge 1 : March 17. night; game at
= 17 50. IIIc"og.n Stats 46.Viiaas
play games against \anous 70. C.nconn.lo U.c..s bark. Reiuiio Gerald Oll..e. .uard. Br.ck- HollyoodIarch: 22. at Stockton ,, their fdurth triumph in five
teams on the islands. at San Antonio Henry Stollenwerck. ; -
Tee" 51. Vo.n" 45. ; games as they whaled the Or j
back Wgxahachie: Don Menasco. I : March 23. at Sacramento:
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LOANS i I center Longview Clark Sam Atteoury.guard. Wichita guard. :March 29. at Fresno: March 30. I lando Junior College Highlander
Amarillo. Bert hasketeers, 66-18 at Davis
Falls at El Cntro: April 1 and 2 at ,.
\Chattanooga Buys Two Players TE..ESSEE. ; O.rrell Cr..ford. b.c" Armory last night.
Phoenix Ariz.
Household Furniture.
for 00""n..8ennett H'gh. K'nv..rt: Paul Center George Harris of the On
Central H.gh Knoavllle:
; ATLANTA [t"Pt'The] Atlanta [jer Ralph [Babe] Ellis and Pitcher : James lIou. O.tu..rd.Moo'dam. back Baylor School: invaders lead all scorers with s ', I, Equipment, Notes. Co-Makers,

I Crackers yesterday: sold OutfiE'lctI Louis Bush to the Chattanooga Chattanooga:.Macic Runen "ack. Cohn Con zelman BoomedFor his 13 markers. But the big: wheelin :
XMASgShoppers I H..... P4ashcllg: Nelson Burton. C.ntr.1H.gh. : Automobiles. Tracks etc.
= : Lookouts for an undisclosed I I Memohs.H : the Spartan attack was .

I amount of cash believed to be onora ble mrn"nn"! > Lamar Wh.at. Coach AwardPITTSBURGH Ray Escohar who time and again --i- -: .
tackle Central Hah Chat'anoopa James I, _
fed his beautiful -
I ,812.00. Burcham end Centra! HitS Columbia. passes
t I Earl Mann. Cracker president. Douglas Reev.s cen'fr Columbia Military lAP[ } George !I most of which resulted in i I REDUCED: PAYMENTS
\! Academy Columbia Tom Jones end. Rip- Halas. owner of the Chicago ..fs: l mt Borrow Pay Monthlyf .
ftft points.
I saul the sale was "part of our leo Bill! Watson 1Icl<.. Tech Huh. Mem- -0-v. -
R, E. WOLF ftft for materielft rebuilding plan." At the recent phIS Howard Esuhpuard.. Erwin Bears who were deposed! by the i I Forward Leon Helms I and I 7>.M f SZSKW.W 7.54
eshmates on "e.i I
\\t VIRGINIA: Ted Filer back John Cardinals the titlistsin 5.
Chicago as local -
fte c"nstruchon. repairs or remodelling, minor league meeting in Miami Marshall H'gh lIchmond: Ted OaUe.. I Guard Al Sikes paced the -'gtt I 150.(* .1.55
ft Don't let tea high cost el Irving ftft i both the Lookouts and the :Nash- guard. Maury High. Norfolk' ; Billy Far- the Western Division of the squad with five points apiece 4. I 200." n.17
ft !dampen your Christmas spiI'ILNo See ris. .back. Wood-ow Wilson High Portsnseutl' :National Football League last ; The two niftiest tosses of thei , I ZM.OO H.IO J
ille .
\ reported biddingfor ..
were iUl
; Dick C arnea I. back. Hampton; I
ft need for that-U (25 to $300 I I THOMAS LUMBER COMPANYG.r. Ellis a long hall hitter. Leo Antonucci, tack I.. Woodrow Wilson night nominated Jimmy Conzelman. -i I night by the Highlanders were T M. RICHMOND. Manager l

ft will brighten your Christmas seeR R I Are and R.R. la Orlando Elli; hit :2fi4 last season for the High. Portsmouth. the Card's coach, as "coachof contributed by Guard Bob Jackson -
Honorable mentions Bert Stubblebme.end. "
8 E. Wolf at Acceptance Corp. I the :year. !! who sank 20- and 25-foot Quick and Confidential Loan Service
: Thomas lumber & Supply Co. (f'aikei-s;; ami committed 22 er- Petersburg Lewis' MrCleiiandend. one- friendly, Private,
ft of Florida for a quick friendly J.Unson Hlah Roanokc Walter 'ielms!' handers.
la Winter Park !I' ; He :-lammed 57 extra base back Hopewell.. Howard Borum ban... and I
ft loan and enjoy the holiday sea. Li __ .. TAMPA 'M) I ORLANDO US the of "TIME"'TIME"
aad 1>1.>\ including 19 home runsRii Billy 0 "' .n. renter both of Woodrow .. Service is Keynote
ton.ft t WiUon High. Portsmouth. Calvin Rhea. Player fg ft To. Player f. ft T.Eacobar.f
ft t II The Winter GardenLumber :: a rookie righthander. won guard Hampton. Tangerine BowlInformation I 2 1 SFetter.f, O 0Gay. New-'TIME'' Will Help You!
: A loan hero is your own private t t\ C Company I High. Louisville Bill Rector, back. Mid- I McNair. f 2 2 I MalS'dert.f I 0 SOaekadalef
ftft affair no on* else Is Involved. i ,p" nnI I, dl.._.; Phil Foster back. Paducah; 2 0 4 I Kelly I S I SHapcreft
I .
I Bob Southall tackle. Mala High. Lauavlle I S 1 1 I McK.lla c. 2 2 until' 8 P.M.
ftft Just write-com. to or. better I I : Bill Auen. tackle Paducah. H...'* Tangerine Bowl ticket tales Harrs. C 5 J 13 Jackson, C 2 0 4Hope. For Your Convenience we will remain open

ftft still-phone us and pick up the Honorable mentions Gene O'Brien end. information: g S 1 J $.ke.. C 2 1 S and Friday until' Christmas
1. 194S. Focalc 1 1 J Sannptt,5 I SI Monday Wednesday
RECAPPING S* Xsiier. Louitville: Bob Mart.n bart Game 1.15 p.m. every ,
ftft Cub the same day. 3 J 1 H. .S'ders.g' 2 2
; Paducah. Henry Prosack back Kentucky Stadium seats; : 54 20 S36o52.40 and Eckart. 9
ftft f Military in.'titu'e Ernie Bidweli.. back. SI SO. unciudin tax. I gIknag 124 a> *di I., S SI ,
St Xavier Louisulle Gene Harr. back. End zone teats.; SI-20 (includ tax.) I Wa.ta.g 1 2 4lPa.satte.gS I I II FROM WESTERN: CNION: AND UNION: BrS: STATION
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English Golfer Will Shoot For Louise Ranked Womanfs Net Star


Golf Crown Held By Carl Dann Top ;

!CSpectal to The Sunday Seni.iet-Stor: ) .

ST. AUGUSTINE-Entry of Robert Sweeny, British amateur Orlando, Florida, December 21, 1947 ir S-unbag S'mtinrl-S'lar'' Telephones: 4161 or 3-1681 page 3.='

golf champion in 1937 and runner-up for the same title last year, I _

was received yesterday for the 16th annual National Championship USLTA Ratings .-

of Golf Club Champions, to be played on St. Augustine Links, r i Robinson
. Feb. 16-21. *- Win ProtestedOn

- This will mark Sweeny's first pionship of Club Championswas List Doris Hart . _

appearance competition in which the only annually national Carl M. Dann 'Jr., of thenubsdrt'ad : .- 1 .- s_ JI

Golf and Country Blow CountDETROIT
h 'Illegal'
bring together present and for- I briF

mer champions of golf clubs Club, of Orlando, in 19-l> !. The .- _

throughout America. There is especial victory made him the only In Third SpotNEW
[rAP] Welterweight I
Interest among this groupin _ Champion Ray R .r.-on'g
three-time winner of the tournament second challenger I
-Chunky Chuck
the coming classic, as it is be- releasedcm a
ing restored to the Florida golf since its inception in YORK [UP) The U S. hospital yesterday and hu manager charged that "absolutr'v; Illegalpunching" !

schedule after a lapse of five 1928. His previous triumphswere Lawn Tennis Assn. crowned a caused a kidney injury that led to Taylor's downfall: _ _
years. achieved in 1929 and 1933. new court queen yesterday Mgr. Jack Laken said he would protest Sugar Ray's cnnnndng

Sweeny is the second holder of The coming of Sweeny from naming A. Louise Brough, '.'sixth-round technical knockout I

the British Amateur Golf Cham- England to play in the club buxom blonde National Singles award Friday to the Michigan [

pionship to bid for the National champions' event adds interna- champion from Beverly Hills. :' Ortiz Decisions State
Boxing Commilon"Refe't.'e ;
Championship of Golf Club I tional lustre to the local Febru- CaL as the nation's lop-ranking : : :

Champions here. T. Philip Per- ary competition, in which he women's player for 1917.! Johnny Weber showed -

A. kins, winner of the British crown will be opposed by a banner field The 42-year-old Miss Brough _i he was not capable of handling -

in 1928, won at St. Augustine in I of other club titleholders from hardest hitting women's star in Rosario a big fight just as he did in
section of the United V1\1 ToHoldBantam
1931 and 1932. every amateur circles replaces Pauline the Taylor-Tony Pellone fight in
The last winner of the Cham- States. Betz of Los Angeles who for-
the same ring last April Laken [
sook the Simon-pure ranks at I

Outboard Race Club Seeks Site; the third fessional.start last of Miss the Brough year to was turn rated pro I CrownMANILA asserted.the Taylor hospital Pellone was"against discharged got the a dec doctor's from ion. I I

Proposes 'Fishermen's Regatta7Nothing Behind year.Miss Brough Mrs. in the l 1 [rAP1] Bantanweight advice leave ,tonight" he added for ,his so Coalportr he could I

new listings came Margaret Champion Manuel Ortiz decisive' Pa. home and wife and three |

is definite yet, but it looks like the long homeless Osborne duPont, Wimbledon ly decisioned the game but inex- children.

Florida Outboard Assn. has finally discovered a lakefront home- champion who now makes her perienced Challenger Tirso Del The injury will not he perma.

site in Lake County. home in Wilmington, Del. and L' Rosario in a savage 15-round title nent, Laken said, but will force |

This was the gist of two announcements coming through association who held the number two rank- I fight at Rizal Stadium last night. the cocky but outclassed chal.

channels from Pres. Joe Swift's office in Mt Dora. ing behind Miss Betz in 1946. I The older. rill -wi e champ cut lenger to spend" three or four |

Rosario to ribbons and 12 days in bed.Weber .
The second report Doris Hart of Miami and won
plans for a novel Mrs Patricia Canning Toddof v I round with three even on Ref said the injui v would I

Regatta scheduled for La Jolla, Cal., each moved I eree Willie Whittle's scorecard.The force a postponement of r :.-Inr's |

next Spring-an r Fleetridge Is up a notch to third and fourth, Ims.I\ImD\ r: *r' T-.li' ., -:'----' ''iIIifP"1'" awurnr.ss. ____! Associated Press card gave fight with Chuck Fui, i i in Mi.
I respectively Shirley Fry of Ortiz 14 and Rosario one. ami Beach. Fla.. scheduled for I
everything goes QUEEN : for- the left is Jim McDougall, Rollins tennis
plans. Akron, Ohio, a Rollins star advanced Ten thousand fans, witnessing Jan. 14. to later in the month or I
National and Wimbledon Woman's I coach, and at the right is Gardner Larned
mer early February.
the first
Swift said the firm! seventh to fifth, championship
been searching for a Pelican VictorNEW while Barbara Kra e of San nis champron, is shown here talking to two of brilliant Tar player and National Collegiate bout in Manila in eight years,
champion. Miss Betz will start her Winter made which DETROIT (API Referee I
site for several Francisco jumped from 12th up a gate promoter
Rollins better known tennis
club managers could to sixth. College's figures professional tour next month with Mrs. Sarah Ted Lenin said approached Johnny Weber denied yesterday

their boats and stage ORLEANS [APT Fleet- Friday when she returned to her old Alma Palfrey Cook. Their headquarters are at the 150,000) pesos |S75OOOJ.. that any illegal punches by welterweight .
nics, but wherever ridge, Mrs. K. Maxwell's entrantin There were two other new- Proud of the hometown college champion Sugar Ray j
Mater for visit and few sets of tennis. At Hotel
a a Mayfair in Sanford.
spot was uncovered, comers among 1917"s top 10, student, Rosario, they had pushed Robinson caused a kidney injury
the Pelican Handicap, won a
Gertrude Moran of Santa Monica that i
hospitalized Challenger
always squawking I the betting odds down to
Last week, a Lake narrow victory before 7,000 fansin Cal., who went from 3Sth last I I about even money, but watched Chuck Taylor for 12 hours after |

er of lakefront the $5,000 event at the Fairgrounds year to ninth and Mrs." Helen Apopka Blue Darters PreSeasonCFC CFKC Dog with increasing awe as Ortiz I their title fight here Friday \

tacted by the I here yesterday afternoon Pedersen Rihbany who wa's un- gave him a sound beating. I night.

asking to remain ranked in 1916 but placed I0th Ortiz, 33. almost finished it in
Basketball Title FavoritesCoach Show .
the time being, \ Second was Dockstader, with this year. Premium the fourth. Pinning Rosario glazed: the Filipino's eyes and

tlons with the boatmen. I W. II. Bishop's Boden's Pal third. Dorothy Head of Alamed Cal. against the ropes. he landed a ;PfU oi" mouthpiece poppingSHAKESPEARE i

Dr. Byrne E. Taylor I I I The winner paid $10.60, $4.60 and in seventh place and Mrs. Mary Howard Beckert's Apopka Blue Darters defending Lists MailedMore terrific right I.. me itomarn; that -it'm: !"f' :;:

do, is the chairman of $3.20. Arnold Prentiss of Los Angeles basketball champions of the Central FlWrida Conference, i

mittee appointed to .I Fleetridge carried 104 poundsin in eighth place. rounded out this will rank again as a strong contender for conference cage ( than 2,000 premium lists w- /

an agreement.The the race against 116 for Dock- season's leading 10 players. honors this season, a survey of the circuit has disclosed. and entry blanks for the Central I

regatta is still stader, the favorite. Only notable omission I Five lettermen off Beckert's 1946 champions, who went \ Florida Kennel Club's all.breed -w) Jlltup (

bryonic stage. I from the top-ranking players through their schedule and the!I. II I dog show. to be held at Municipal -

ciation Under will present approach plans Detroit Tigers To of 1946 was Mrs Dorothy I conference tournament without den, Winter Park. Groveland I Auditorium, Jan. 15-16, went into

Bandy Chancy of Santa defeat, are available again this the mail this weekend.
lando City Council Clermont, Ocoee. Tavares, Ly-
has taken over the : Wind Un Training Monica, whose name did not I year. Richardson and Hicks, all- I man of Longwood, Umatilla and-' Dog owners and bench show

stock Exposition appear in the new listings. conference performers are :Mount Dora. Saint James of Orlando enthusiasts from California to
I among the returning lettermen.J. I :Maine and from Seattle to Key
Against Pittsburgh Miss Brough and Mrs. duPont is expected to field a team
I who their sixth Davis, six-foot, two-inch 1946 but has I West have been notified of the
straight national -
won not completed a scheduleand
DETROIT [fAP] The Detroit i star, is missing however, having coming event which is expectedto
Here Now doubles crown in 1947, is having difficulty '
I Tigers will wind up their 1948 arranging
chosen the joined the Navy last Summer. for attract the largest number of
were as leading a practice court.
with _
training season two _
1 games women's tandem team with Miss Other conference members The schedules furnished by pure-bred dogs ever brought toa
the Pirates in
NEW against Pittsburgh -I-
Hart and Mrs. Todd second. Miss fielding teams are Winter Gar- coaches: Florida dog show. ,
Pittsburgh April 17 and 18. The NuN
schedule Fry and Miss Krase were placed '1 I Listing many special prizes to
# Spring is incomplete.
"'" be awarded show :
dog winners.
. I The regular for third. Mrs. Rihbany and Mrs. _
I season opener
118 Kay Winthrop McKean of South Ocoee High School together with specific informa- __
( Detroit is tentatively set forApril Mt. Dora High SchoolCo.CIi
BIKE 20 aaginst the White Sox Hamilton Mass., fourth and tion about the show the premium
Miss Head and Mrs. Wilma FLOYD JAGGEARSDec. lists and entry blanks were .
in officials said. _.
Tiger Oc
Jan. 13: -Cermont at .
Smith of Downs Ill., fifth. The i 22-Sanford. at Mt. Dora. Jan. 2O.-Umatilla. .at Ocoee.. mailed with a warning that all
I I Jan. 23-Winter Garden. there. entries must be returned to the _
USLTA announced no women'sdoubles Jan. 2-Winter Garden at Mt. Dora.
quest permission to use the rankings last year. Jan.. 5-U..till. .at Mt. Dora.Jan. Jan.Jan. 30 27--Tavares Winter., Park at Ocoee.Davis Armory). Central Florida Kennel Club not I

North shore of Big Lake Fairview All 1947 rankings will be submitted 9 Inverness at Mt. Dorm Feb.. 3-Mt. Dora at Ocoee. later than noon. Jan. 2..et'ording I
for its annual Feb.. 10 Winter. Park at Ocoee.
Moves"I regatta. for final approval at the Jan. 13-Sanford. there. Feb.. 17-A..o..11.. there. .\ ; to newly recorded !.I I Es:5 .:: .gsng
Professional drivers will be Jan.. It-Tavares. .at Mt. Dora.. .
Feb. :20-Clermont:' at Ocoee. rules of the American Kennel
annual of the USLTA -
barred from actual competition meeting Jan.. 20-Winter Garden.. the... Feb. 24-Tavares. there. (riiib under whoe directionthe / : rh.-::
in New York Jan. 24. but no
but speed triajs) water shows and Jan. 23-Euttis .at Mt. Dora..
all-breed show is conducted
ski races are included on the I changes in these listings are ex Jan.. 26--Groveland *t Mt. Dora. Lyman High School ,
all entries must be turned into
pected.In Jan. 3O--T."Are.. the,.. .
agenda. addition Feb. 3-Ocoee. there. COACH R. T. MILWEEJan. : the club or to the show superintendent .. -
to I.
I Any class boat and motor will announcingthe . ,
I Feb. Leesbura at Mt. Dora.Ceb. 11-Se"II. there.
women's the . at least 13 days priorto .. .
be eligible to compete. ratings, 9-Lyman at .Mt. Dora Jan. 16-Umatilla. there. .. .. _
rSI.T.also made publicits Feb. iy-Eustis. there. Jan. 23-Enterprise, there. the how date. This is to -
"We'll provide competition for I
t Feb. 20-Umatilla, there. Jan.. 27-Oviedo. there. permit time for compiling and
any type boat. If a guy turns up seeding in veterans' singles Feb. 6-Se"lIe there.Feb. ;
beater and doubles. J. Gilbert Hall of 9-Mt. Dora there. printing; the show catalog.No .
witlj an egg and a bathtub i Winter Park School
High Feb. 17-Wnter Garden. there. I entries be added deleted .

we'll find someone to race New York retained his top Feb. 27-Enterprise. there. may I
him," one spokesman observed. ranking in veterans' singles, COACH JACK JONES!' I or changed after entries

I and Hall and Sidney Adel-tein, Jan.. 9.-Tavares at Winter. .Park. Umatilla High School I close on Jan. 2, Jere A. Berry -
Jan 13-Winter Garden there.Jan.
: The Canadian census of 1941 also of Xew York, again were . I6--A..o..lla ..t Winter P..rk.. COACH J. C.. hOBBS club president, said yesterday. JIJJ)
I I'I ...... Local dog owners are urged to
Jan. 2Ta" there. .
showed 372,000 more males than I named the number one doubles Jan. C-Mt. Dora, there.Jan. \
Jan. 2J-CI.rmont: at Winter Park.. Clermont at Umatilla.Jan. mail their entries immediately so
females in the combination.
country.Orlando Jan. 27-Open. . . .
'I 13-Tavares. there.Jan.
Jan... 30-Ocoee. .at Winter. Park.. 16-Lyman. at Umatila.. that they will not delay beyondthe F-
Feb.. 3-A..ook. there.Feb. Jan. 20-Oesee: there.Jan. deadline for receiving en
6-Umatilla at Winter Park. . .
21-A..II. at Umatilla.Jan.
Sensational RollirJacksonville Stars Enter Feb. 10-Ocoee. there. 27-Eustis. there. tries.
portatxnl US new milea per- & I is : Feb.Feb.. I 2O-Wlnt..r Umatilla.. Garden there..t Winter. Park.. Jan.. :2O Weirsdale-Clermont:. at at Umatilla.Umatilla.Feb. . Entry fees will be $4.00 per
35 smlee hour.
per dog and no additional charge
cependabihty.; Put Feb. 6-Winter Park there.
withtbeNewWhuaer. 5.oo_ T Feb. 17-Winter Park at Umatilla.
in the local classes. These
Feb. 20-Mt. Dora. at Umatilla.. dogs
[Spei-tol! to The Sm slay Sen' nPLStar' ] COACH SHAW BUCK Feb. 27-Eustis at Umatilla. classed will be provided for competition .

Mounted on JACKSONVILLE-Claude L uke. of Tampa, Davis Islandsthe Jan.J..n..o..n.. 6-Tavares. . there. among all dogs whose

or men's singles champion, gained distinction of being the first Jan.. 13-Open.an. Lakeview High School owners reside in Orange Countyor -

Schwinn. } : I out-of-town entry for the 32 am mal Florida State Public Courts J.n.. :16 Clermont--Winter Garde.at Groveland.an. .at Groveland.. COACH T. F. AMKDEXBECK: : by members of the Central BIKE MOTOR

_ tennis championships, slated to be?gin here on the Riverside Courts . 23-Tavares. at Groveland.' Jan.S2. -Mt. Dora at Mt. Dora. Florida Kennel Club. I
CAN BE _. ._ Dec. 26. J..o.. 26-Mt. Dora. there.an. J..n.Ovi.do.. here.
. 30-Winter Garden, there. Jan. 9-Apopka at Apopka..
i. Luke, who paired with Tampan Feb.. 3-. Open.eb. Jan.Jan.. Groveland 13-Winter Park.. at Groveland.Jan. here. LEGAL NOTICES, i| Call Us for a Free _ _ _ _
1-Boys' reiular oCI C-Open. Tallahassee. Florida.December
. "hit. sidewall I \V. B. Pou to go to the finalsof Feb. 10-Clermont at Groveland. 23-Ocoee: here. 17. 1947 "
the men's doubles in the 1946 I Feb. IT-Open. Jan.. Groveland.. here.. NOTICE DemonstrationIDEAL
1 I Feb. 20Open.Apopka. Feb. Clermont, here. VOTICE; Is hereby given that the Trustee -
championships, is of theState's
one Feb. 17-Lyman, here. of the Internal Improvement Fund of ,
3-Used., Whizzer complete jVICTORY top netters and promises I Feb. 2Wlnter. Park. .at Winter Park. the State of Florida. Pursuant to Law will L- ,
In excellent condition. High School Feb. 24-Apopka. here. offer for sale for objections only in Tallahassee -
to be a major contender in this ..
Feb. 27-Mt. Dora. here. Florida. at 11:00 o'clock a m January -
year's classic. Berney Segal. COACH HOWARD BECKERTJan. 1 5, 20th. 1948. for the land In ORANGE
Also boys 20" and 24" I State junior champion, along 9-Winter Garden at Apopka.Jan. COUNTY described as follows: CHRISTMAS GIFTS FOR
. 13-Oviedo at Apopka.. LEGAL: NOTICE Begin 180 feet Westerly on the prolongation
available Jan 15th:>>
dozen of the South line Lot 10.
with about
231 South a other Tampa Jan. 1C-Winter Park ther.. AMENDMENT NO. 3
Orange Ave. Jan.. 23 Umatilla.. .. Block "E" of Venetian Gardens as recorded -
netters, are to
expected accompany .
Hats Cleaned. Jan. 29-Malone. there.. RELATING TO ADOPTION AND in Plat Book "L" Pat 25. Pub WHIZZER OWNERSTool
L & Blocked Luke to Jacksonville to Jan. 3O.-Mariana. . there. USE OF CONTAINERS lic Records of Orange County. Florida.
Dry Cleaning.. J.n. 31-.onfall' Sec 1. 1 of run Northerly at right angles 200 feet;
again give the West Coast city there.Feb. Section tal> Regulation No. I
right angles 23.1fret
Westerly at
(' Pressing & 3-Wnt.r Park .t Apopka.Feb. . 11 Is hereby amended to include: the following I thence
'I- Tuxedo: Feed & Alter.tion..P..sing the tournament's largest field of 6--T."ares at Apopka.Feb. container as adopted. container for I to Lake Conway thence Southerly

While contenders. ..... 1000p.n.F. .. the shipment of oranges and tangerines point along on the the shores prolongation of Lake Conway of the South to a Kit _.::-___..........$7.95 Bendix Generator Sets $15.95
13Tournament.Feb. NAME OP CONTAINER
Z5U S. RuSt ' .
Ate :- u Wait! line of said Lot 10 thence Easterly
John Bravos. Mgr I Johnny Dennis, St. Petersburg . 17-Ocoee at, A..o..".. Wirebound Citrus Crate along. said line 14 4 feet to the Pointof large Heavy Duty Chrome Rear View
Feb. 2O-Tavares there CONTAINER NO
"Where Merchandise SAM BASS. Prop. Phone J-ZU1 and former State men's singles Feb. 24-Winter garden, the,.. (Container and Loading Beginning less. containing 0.083 acres. Saddles _ 9.95 Mirrors 2.50
more or
is another West nn'
Coast Rules
I champion Feb. 27-Dist. Tourney. Tariff Agent
The Purchaser Is required
performer expected. Dennis will R 1032)-Supplement H. Holies ICC 25 No. advertising cost Skinner Air Filter ___ 1.75 Whizzer Muffler ____ 1.25

head up a 10 man squad from the I Clermont High School -- THE TRUSTEES FUND Of reserve INTERNAL the, right IMPROVEMENT to I

university, including the capable 3700 reject any and all bid<< ,. I
MEN ! COACH ED STACK BY ORDER ot the Trustees of the Internal WHIZZER
Ia Inches)
Harry Terrell and Jack Boning J..n.s-u..tilla.. there. !,i Improvement Fund of the State ofFlorida. !
72 :x 12 xiS'i
Your NEPTUNE/ HereWITH the latter of Orlando. Jan.Jan. 11-Ocoee.IS--Eustis.: there there. (Capacity 1721)cubIcInches Millard T. CaldweH.. Phone 2-4687 602 N. Orange AT.
Other college stars to compete Jan.. 2O-Groveland.'. there. Governor
See. 2. This Amendment No. 3 to'

-.Lt-- THESEADVANTAGES are men's: John singles Ross,championand Jacksonville Jan Jan.Feb.. 23 3 30---Tavares-Winter Umatilla.,. Park there.. there.there. I Citrus Regulation Commission No. 11 adopted in open by meeting the Florida duly Trustees F Attest C. .Elliot.L L Sec.Fund 1U 0 f DN.E: Ail Q _Y : 1.1 .8 Ur$ a N-f!

In Lakeland Florida. the
recent winner of the Feb. C-Winter Garden. there. on Dec. 21. 28. 1947. Jan. 4. 11. 18 1948.
r1ti . Jukefreshman | seventeenth day of December. 1947 shall
10-Groveland. there. ,
and i become effective at 12 01 a m. December
Feb. 17-Tavares. there. 22. 1947.
Recoil Starter Gus Peeples. Xorman Copelandand Feb... 2O-Ocoee.,, there. FLORIDA CITRUS COMMISSIONBy !

A lull .t tile "odlod till ..ter I. really Billy Wnidham of Rollins. Feb. 24-Eu.t there. (s) ROLLIE Chairman.TILLMAN ...

u I" 1II"eo" ed S Os" ..iL Peeples. from West Palm Tavares High School ATTEST: WILSON
Beach, was a finalist in last
full Reverse I year's men's singles. losing to a COACH JOE JENKINSJan. (SEAL) Secretary : .YSYjj) .:
0. t .od 5'. HP. Mttee pluto f.n S60 . Groveland at Tav..... Dec. 21. 1041INVESTIGATE FOOTBALLS
",,"S. dron', tin seat ,la any d.t., .... fellow townsman Bruce Thomas, Jan. 9-Winter Park. there.
S I while Copeland, who hails from Jan.. 13-Umatilla. at Tavares.Jan. BEFORE YOU BUY! ,
1C-Mt. Dora. there. I
Synchronized Gas II Daytona Beach, gave champion Jan. 20-Winter park at Tavares.. SOO
Thomas his closest match in the Jan. 23-Groveland.'. there. % Ii
And Spark Control' Jan. 27-Ocoee. there. ___ i
T I quarter-finals. Billy Windham, Jan.. 3O--Mt. Dora at Tavares.Feb. . AND UP
Ttr III.. dtKiet .eviratwa._ saark an 4taxliM Orlando. is a former Boys State . :Clermont at Tavares.Feb. . !
e atral Scot W to TSM areMe I '. C-Apopka. there.
oMkrteusd ,late see sieiple .luer.'f Champion. Feb. IO'-U..tlla. there.
Feb. 17 . .
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-' Small pox is one of the most 20-Apopka at Tavares.Feb. . I Agent LIGHT WEIGHT
Alternate Twins firing .. 24--Ocoee at Tavares. A HOME TOWN TRANSACTION? GOOD BALL BEARINGTRICYCLES
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I Page 4-B i cbr, unt ag &tnt nd-&tnr Telephones: 4161 or 3-1681 Orlando, Florida, December 21, 1947 .
Fishing would be improved in Lake Apopka, as well as _ _

in most lakes in Central Florida, by regulating the fish popu- Eagle Flankman f'Y

lations in favor of the several desirable game fish-that was ; >>y Hetzeck Seeded S II1soLJIoe! Quarter Horse

the concensus of opinion at the recent session of sportsmenover *'
PetePihosIs I

over at Orange no definite Lodge.action was taken at this meeting and no I I' vh mv.s4 First In Junior Q 8'Q \ I Race Meet Set

social recommendations were made by those in attendance, nevertheless
the get-together was generally considered a great success '

by all who attended. This included most of the fishing camp Net TournamentNEW 7 t' Next Sunday

operators around the lake, straight sportsmen' hook-and-line [APJ) With a -I :lIz

fishermen, several State biologists, outdoors writers, and others 1 sellout crowd of approximately news
interested in the Florida fishing! situation. 40.000 a foregone conclusion, the YORK [TAPI] Alex Het [SN!- i'' f: T-s S / doy SentSt, =rl
I' Philadelphia Eagles and the zeck, 17-year-old tennis star from By HAROLD ESCH SANFORD- The State's topflight .

Jack DeQuine, chief Florida State aquatic biologist, was in attendance :I Pittsburgh Steelers clash todayat Hamtramck. Mich., and Gilbert Lawn Bowling Official notice the Dusty quarterhorses Boots Riding will race Club at

at the meeting, and Jack told about results of "rough Eastern 2 p.m.championship in a playoff of for the National the r Bogley of Chevy Chase Md., yesterday has been received from the Mt. tracks at the Sanford Municipal -

fish" removal operations in the ___________________________ I i Football League. % % : were seeded one and two, Dora Lawn Bowling Club relative Airport at 2:30: p.m. next Sun-
he declined to comment I I to the proposed Major day and will share in the S12.00T-(
Clear and cool weather is expected respectively, in the U. S. Lawn Charles Marsh Trophy. It will
on policy, future prospects SOLUNAR TABLES 'I for the battle-and Steeler purse.
Tennis Assn. Junior Singles be played for in February 1948.a .
for seining Lake Apopka and partisans are convinced it will iT' Jack Sassard. club president
I date to be chosen later. Play
Jack said the to the Solunar odds Championships which gets underway released the following horses
other lakes, etc. Accordinr I be just that. Pre-game will be between the six North
data which is being secured by tables calculated for this listed the Eagles as a three-point Friday. Florida League Clubs, Orlando, and owners yesterday and
seining lake Apopka will unarea of the State, best times favorite. Although 63 racket wielderswill II Mt Dora DeLand. Daytona stated that the purse is being
and fishing will I put up by the horse owners.
doubtedly be valuable in defor as with Major Should the game be tied at compete in the juniors, Beach, Peabody and New Smyr- In the first race, quarter mile.

termining how fishing can be improved be.periods follo.ws.indicating: the best the end of the- fourth period which will be held simultaneously I: na.These will be Misty "B," State champion -

throughout fresh water time and Minor periods next the first team to tally will win with the boys: singles cham- clubs are requested to owned by Geetch Partin of
Florida.Several. best hours: I the game-and the right; to :file their entry before January Kissimmee. against Stella! I
members of the Standard time meet the Chicago!:: Cardinal, rJ pionship 25th. A suggested plan for choos- Moore challenger of Q. I. Roberts
[Use Eastern
: [ who is the seventh
"seining crew" which has been winners of the Western didj ing the players has been out- of Palatka. Purse 55,000.
Day Minor Major Minor Major j ranking junior player nationally lined in notice from the :Mt
the a
the turtles, I sin title, for league; crown. Second
out race, mile
dragging gars quarter
.%.)[. P.M. ; Orville Kowalkhuk fellow -
meets a
Each club elect
: Dec. Dora Club. to
will be
suckers, mudfish, and otherworthless The game; plajed: Carry Me of Joe Priest, Tavares
12:10 6:35 12:40: 6::) in of the
Sun. :
townsman quest nine players for the match, of
I :X at Chicago. ;
| against Sis
Baby of West-
trash! lately, and returning .. : 7-20: 1:35 7:40 Harry
Mon. : title won by Leonard Steiner last these nine they will elect among
the black bass and Tues. .. 150: 8:05: 2:23: ; 830: ) I The Eagles and the Steelers year Hetzeck already holds the themselves 2 skips, 2 viceskipsand berry, Palatka. Purse $1000.

several other species to the "'ed. .. 2:40 9:00 3:15 9:25 I each won eight games while hI. . junior indoor doubles champion- two leads. The remaining Third race, 300( yards. Lit.
tie Annie of E.
W. Williams
water, unharmed, were prplThur.. 3:15: 9:55:; 4:10: 10:25 I' losing four in the regular cam < of,1st" elected players; will stand by as of
ship.The against Pin Girl
ent. These practical men Fri. .. 4:35: : 11:00: ) 5:10: 11:30: paign. Both broke even in the ,,. other seeded players include I substitutes and may be insertedin Joe Priest Taiares.Vp of
i Purse
seemed to think that it was Sat . 5:33: ) 6.05: 12:05: : : ,two games in which they met > < !I .Iames Saunders, Amarillo, the lineup after the first $5,000.

absolutely essential for the Sun. 630 12:35; 6:50: 1:10 : the Steelers winning the first ) ? : Tex., fifth; William Long, New I game should the skips decide on Fourth 220
to continue.In 'Major Solunar period*. Usting IV* contest here. 3524. and droppingthe I 0 : York. sixth: Marvin Mantin, Kal-- it. race. yards. Pop
operations te'
2 hour duration are shown in II Eye of R C. Howard. Sanford.
general, the men present black 0'....in Minor (or eecond boot second at Philadelphia. who 21-0 I h > --i *- I amazoo. :Mich., seventh; and II The number of clubs entered against Dusty Bailey of Harry

agreed that the bream in Lake "" ShortS? hour. light type. :[set Flashy a new Steve National Van Buren League, p.. -; -u ;< : eighth.Thomas Lewyn, Scarsdale N. Y., each year the for the of event will either decide Westberry, Palatka. Purse $1000

Apopka are "too numerous" to I 1 ground-gaining record with 1.008 ': ;zJii : II Charles Atherton of Columbus, round robin type or elimination Sassard said there will be five
the detriment of the black bass. other scheduled match races by
vanls. will lead the visitors. t- I Ohio, will lead 40 lads into theboys' rounds. It is the plan to
complete -
The actual "seiners" told about how they have been haulingout Ten. too. the Eagles have such : < >" '.;j ._ the best horses in the State. It
m singles chompionship tour- each year's tournament
whole barge-loads of the worthless trash, such as suckers, gar- fine broken-field runners as Bosh ? ?v \ is believed that this will be the
:' / nament. Atherton. who .
,; day
fish, fish-eating turtles, mudfish, and so on, along with too.many Pritchard. Pat :McIIugh and i :9- .', ,. ,, (Ken Angyal of Hamtramck opposes, is one Thedub winning the trophy first time such a representativegroup
of the
bream, speckled perch, etc. The explanation was made that "Lake Ernie Steele.Rollins'. "" seeded number one. three times will become the per-- first-place horses

Apopka is just like a hotel, with only a certain amount of room Ferr.nt.PHILADELPHIA SE PITTSBURGH_._ Jasant.Sears .! COLT TROTTING CHAMPION: Asst. Trainer William G. Hall- manent possessor. Two points have ever raced together.Annual '"
available and with too many of the available rooms being taken up LT __ Wllel/ brought up have us puzzled as '
by worthless;, or detrimental, fish!" They said in their (practical] Patton C LG __ CherSdoIOKIroy MOOrSWojc.echoicz man of the Tom Berry Stable shows Rollo, 2:05: the past Packers Draft Two to their meaning. One, "The Azalea Bowl' '

opinion, that the black bass fishing would benefit greatly if the RG _n MutranqeloWlstert season/s chamcion( two-year-old trotting colt and probable Jack be rolled by the side that

rough fish" removal campaign is continued indefinitely, with uU RT RE WydoPhos Dav,5Thomoson Hambletoman nominee. The Berry Stable is training.this I Georgia Gridders lost the last end." Just why Negro Grid Contest

still more seining crews added to the picture.The h n OS 5.abrsqhtI season at the mile oval Azalea Driving Park, near Casselberry. this ruling was inserted we do
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early) January meeting at the Orange Lodge-which will i I' Van Burefl _:_:___ Rot LH -_-_--:.---_ ,IorSSntPtchad efe" I PITTSBURGH (AP] The not know. The other and more Here Is CancelledThe

be followed by regular sessions at the various camps around the MuSs unU_ _n_ FB n nnh_ ___uh Loch Green Bay Packers yesterday announced meaningless rule states that the
their draft scheduled Azalea Bowl
I selections Jack is to be to whereit
lake, was expected: to see some definite recommendations being Fast Workouts made at the National Football comes to rest played within the boun- football game between two out

made-Including to the Florida fresh water fish and game com Annual Yearling League meeting Friday. Coach daries of the court. standing Negro college elevens

mission. The owners, who attended, unanimously agreed that Curley Lambeau declined to This last rule could .lead to a here at Greater Orlando Stadium.
commercial fishermen would be of benefit to the lake, but Friday Dec. 26 has been
no name his first choice. great difficulties not only can
they thought that under State supervision the rongh-fish-removal Stetson Game 'Mark Harness Horse WorkBy I The selections included Herb I for those many playing for an un-lined celled.

should continue from now on. St. John. Georgia guard: Jay jack but for those on the near-by Ren Galbraith. president of the

I Rhodemyre. Kentucky center, court. We hope a few of these Orlando High School Athletic
Outdoors notes: "This holiday season brings into mind many Set Nov. 26 DAVID [PIGGIE1 FRIEDMAN and Dan Sellers, Georgia end. I rules 'will be ironed out among Assn., said the Stadium commit

pleasant associations. In recollection of them, I wish you and [lTc, i '---:1 $'" r''.i -r <'-.. C'J u-r s E. {"'tl I the representatives of the clubs tee had been notified that nego-

yours a very Happy Christmas and a prosperous New Year. Wherein Athletic Dir lack McDowall of Highlights of the past week's harness horse training at Wolfpack QuintetClaws before the tournament is slated. tiations for securing two suitable
Rollins College yesterday an- I opponents had failed and that
'ell all those black bass I used to three four ,
are get or years 'nounced that the Rollins Tars both the half-mile Florida Lhesttx-k Exposition track. out the sponsors of the annual game

ago never corning home without a string? Now all I get is a tired would meet Stetson University's : on Apopka Highway, and at the mile oval. Azalea Driving:: St. John'sNEW Bill Dickey RepliesTo had decided to forego the 19-11.
feeling some dead bait, and worn out plugs! Here's hoping you'll '
Hatters here in Greater Orlando the of contestThe
Park at Casselberry, were training performances YORK [lAP] North Carolina
have a fine holiday season and plenty of turkey to fortify to Denver Job Offer
you I Stadium next -
in a night game i yearlings in various stables. "'I --- --- - I State's Wolfpack off to a
continue those interesting fish articles, even though you must have Nov. 26.The still slow start, wild in the LITTLE ROCK f AP] Bill Dickey dik-dik, hartebeest gnu
: Trainers at this time are Fred Egan and R. W. Scott ran second
your tongue in your cheek at times! Felices Navidades! Yours for a McDowall said, and bontebok all members
game going with their charges"I'"I'I Stables. half to claw St. John's University I former New York Yankee I are
happy New Years for Sportsmen! Albert W. Dippy, the Orlando I would be the annual Rollins I with some easy having horses more I .* * I 76-56 in the second gameof catcher and manager, said he I I of the antelope family.LOWER __._ __

Press. 11 South Court St., Orlando. Homecoming game. advanced in the training process- Track notr and ,-i..itorsIr.. last night's! inter-sectional replied yesterday to an offer to "If We Bwivht
That's how one very interesting: Christmas-time message.'! ; I The Central Florida intercollegiate es. This column will point out I.I and :Mrs. Wilson Gray.. of "'in- I basketball", double header at Mad manage the Denver club of the I COST Tim We

Just received reads. So to all reader!' in good English and : ; series between the two I some of their workouts, with ston-Salem, N. C. . E. II. Green- ison Square Garden. Toledo nipped I Western League hut added, "any LOANS FinanceIf

Spanish-A Merry Christmas and a Happy New Yl'ar-; FelicesXavidadps schools dates back to 1901 andIs horses clocked their last quarteror lob of Albany, N. Y. . O. W. St. Francis College of Brooklyn I announcement about the deal

y Fells arb Xnf vo! This writer is headed toward Cubato the oldest current State ri the last eighth. Hood, of Lynn, :Mass. . D. R l 53-51 in the opener.Expansive will have to come from Denver." Installment

try, Pbs mediante [God willing] the fishing and hunting : valry. -' ).\ MVKSTOCK: wisher:; of Richmond Ind. . I Lean,O pt. 4th
F. J. St. . Floor Elcvaton
there. Arens. Petersburg
The Stetson is the second Air Conditioned.
I game and H. S. :Moore of Batavia N.i i Basketball Program
home announced While StallcAll
game by Y. . Trainer C. McKenzie arrived -i i FIRST NATIONAL BANK
,: MERCURY "" i!, McDowall. lIe had previously indications indicate Trainer I with two head, the proper- ,i Mraikir rt4nl Dimlt I__
announced that the Universityof Ben White has the best lot of c.---
b' \TE HAVE ty of E. J. Baker Names and :. Mapped For City's YoungstersIn
OUTBOARD MOTORS Delaware would meet the Tars I yearlings he has shipped down I .
breeding follows Tower
I SALES &/; SERVICEHAGOOD w COLORED MOVIECASH : here Nov. 13. for development in some time.A Comet, B are C.as[11. by Scotland's: I an all-out effort to make Orlando basketbair RADIO
I few yearling members -
trotting Comet Day :McKenzie scious the Recreation Orlando Club and
BROS. HIM WATCH THIS BOY GRIFFITH of the stable are farther : I City Dept., Boys'

S24 W. Pine Phone 9684 I ; ,,1 MLn'IIuch: fuss has been advanced at this time being King. B. G, [131 by Clever school officials plan to launch approximately 15 basketball SERVICE
: f:1:
r over-Stella . .
HI oj and with fiO) ) in Fait-Efficlent
made over Kansas'! All-America clocked their last quarter Han-I leagues over teams participating the near future. : Saaranued work
Halfback Bay Evans, hut don't their last ',& mile. I: Prominent horsemen City Recreation Supt. C. L. Varner announced :yesterday.Male :
overlook Sophomore Fullback Randolph: a quarter in 39! 1/5 |ia>srd away seconds with the last '" in 18 2/5 t \\erk: II. I). Sheppard, former I Ii
Forrost Griffith when the Jayhawkers of all ages will have an I Music StoreS
I 1" 20 2/5. i race mnn.izcr, Columbus next:. week and two or more
seconds. in
meet Georgia Tech in Rapidon: W. Cbareb EC
4 UriT'I'I'opportunity to play the game as
Racko Hanover: % in 21 1/3. ing Park, Columbus, Ohio !; I' grade school girls' loops are
Bowl. Griffith
the 1018! Orange
f ctt: . William M. Seiners, the circuits will range from now in the of being
Princess Comet: in 21 2/5. I process
'led the Big Six for 1917 scoring -I *, I 1 prominent trainer and driver, grade school boys' and girls' arrays -, activated.

and was s'-cond in rushing. OTIIKR STABLKS! QUIETNo Springfield: Ohio age 67. . I, to the Class A senior men's I. ELECTRIC AND GAS
--- workouts recorded from the bracket.To Varner added that as soon as

. CiftCHRISTMAS IEGAIj NOTICE I Arden Homestead. E. Pownall I Trainer Herb Roth acting for prepare the younger boys! the leagues are formed their

FOR AMENDMENT NO 4 and Herb Roth stables. Some of I :Mike Leaiy. Rochester. N. Y., for record play and to .standardize makeup will be publicized and; APPLIANCESNationally

TO REGULATION NO II I their yearling members are being bought the yearling pacing (colt the game throughoutthe ; that Negro hoop activities, su

. IDEAS RELATING: USE OF TO CONTAINERS ADOPTION! AND educated to track wise and I :Mr. Tnpp sired by Brandford "school, system. a "series, of pervised by Dir. John Jackson,
Sec 1. Section 1 Paragraph of brushed in spots for making 1 Peter, dam Ideal Grattan, from clinics will be conducted at will be held at the Carter St Known
Regulation No. .11 is hereby amended to speed. 11. A. Masher, La Crosse:; Wis. outdoor court Name Brands
SHOPPING _ read as follows"id flails Armory daring; the next
No closed container :which has .\ \ DRIVING PARK, Price of sale not divulged. two weeks under the directionof for
been previously used for Bale transportation -: CASSKMIKRRYTom
I or shipment of citrus fruit or any Leonard Stith.
Just stop in at the Family 1 other fruit. except commodity that closed shall be containers used for may citrus be I Berry !Stable' Miami Golden Glove I Clinics are slated for Dec 22, SHOE REPAIRING IMMEDIATE DELIVERY

Loan Company Easy credit I I re-uvd within the State of Florida only Trainer Tom Berry and his as- i 23. 21. 27. 28 29 and 30 Fifth, 0 Guaranteed Workmanship

no red tape. Repay in easy I I I !. for tro\es hauling nd fruit retail between stands packing or stores housesor provided sistants are lightly training the Boxing Meet CardedMIAMI sixth and seventh grade boys will o New Factory Machinery APPLIANCE CENTER
that such containers must at all eight yearling members of their I i be tutored during a !9-10.30: a.m. I SHOE REPAIR SHOP
monthly Installments. Take times be clean and sanitary and have but stable the ones farthest advanced -': [AP] The South Florida -
one trade. designation marked or label..dthl'rPOn. i period and eighth. ninth and 10th tin s and JOe Store I E. Jackson Phone S-I7M
up to 20 months to and highly regarded being Golden Gloves amateur boxing "
that wooden
pay. citrus containers will be through the Floyd Wheeler Mir. .
;graders put .. .
Get TodayFor" previously used for citrus fruit may be : -y
Money clocked their last H mile are as tournament, sponsored by _COLLEGE PARK -----' --
used for interstate shipment of citrus I paces from 1030: to 11:30: a.m. iI I
That fruit. pnnided such containers are at follows: the trotting fillies Phono the Miami Daily News will be '
On Your SignatureJu Gift Idea all times clean sanitary and in food repair graph's Girl in 17 2/5 seconds. held Fob 16, 17 and 18 at the I I Assisting Stith in these sessions 2
and shall have all old trade markIng will be Area Recreation
;. stamps ..tc. removed and with onlY Corona Hanover in 18, and War- Coral Gables Coliseum!:; it was I
t Sign Your Name And Gt Th. R. W. Callis, ManagerFAMILY | Dirs. Rex Williams. Aubine
one label tlsible and shall meet any and ,: Carl
well Comet in 18 1/5. The trot- announced yesterday by I
It..dle.sh You N.... Today. all requirements of the Federal Food and I Batts. .lim Davis and Bob Pot-
Drug. Administration and comply with all ting colt Uncle Will in 18 3/5. the ; Dillon director. The tournamentwill
rl'"uI.Uons that apply to new containers I: pacing colt Sea Bee Hall and pac he run in two divisions, open ter, :Senior" High Coaches Sam Men Are That Way
for FloOd citrus fruit; that approved and
I Porter and Bill Gilmartin
open mesh bass of 4" bushel capacity : ing filly Petrella Chief in 18. and novice.SPOKANK.
= LOAN CO. may be reused for interstate shlpml'nt af \I !Bill Frangus, Orlando Junior College -
I (Itrus fruit provided ouch bags. have II. 1')II' Stable!
501 Florida Bank Blda. Phone 2-1661 been thoroughly cleaned by washing and I Trainer Harry Pyle has shown I i ; RESUMES BOXING mentor. about
re-ionditiomng so that in all respects theyare SPOKANE Professional The four-clnh Young Women's
as tood in appearance and Quality avow speed with two of the yearling I I I ,
bats and comply fully with all other members of his stable training; ,: boxing will he resumed in Spokane -I Community Club League,
law- and regulations Such with refprpn..e0 \ them their last 18 mile in handy early next month. Jack master-minded! by Mrs. Kathryn -
citrus containers bags shall have
A NEW SERVICE..for only one label visible and shall meet, with fashion. The trotting colt Scotch i ii I Pow cintu l-licensed promoter -I McDermott, YWCC secretary The Whistling Oyster
and all requirements of the Federal
nov said will usher in its campaign
: Food and Drug Administration" j Reel in 18 and the pacing coltAbbyland I
DeSoto Sec. 2. This Amendment No 4 to in 18.
and Owners i
Plymouth Regulation No 11 adopted by the Florida
CItrus Commission in open meeting dulJ'a.ubl.d |I H. 'it71'atrkk| Stable EVERYTHING FOR THE BUILDER I
, In Lakeland., Florida. on the, ___
Quicker Efficient Convenient seventeenth day of December. 1947. shall i I Trainer Harry Fitzpatrick and I They Trust Us.
boo.om ,effective at 12.01 am. December ', his;; assistants are going easy with !
::2. 1947 FLORIDA CITRUS COMMISSIONBy i the yearling members of their .1PHhIIIPsID!
st ROLLIE TILLM4K !1 stable the best work shrm at When they want a gift that really matters, for wife,
,lEST. Chairm&OS |. ls mile by the pacing colt Revenue '1,1, mother, or sweetheart, business associate or income tax

SEA MARVIN].' H. WALKER.. Secretary The Attorney trotter in Grand 20. Parade, I 11SF R IE S. Inc. I II man, they come to us for help and advice. Naturally,

) Dec :SI 1947. 2:02 3/5, and the parrr Paul Mar- : we lean over backward to give our best, whether they
Pheron. 1:>9 1/5 are beinglightly
trained and pointed for want a gift for five dollars or five hundred. .

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I REPAIR SERVICE I S. A. Collins Stable : we naturally do our very utmost to see that the five-

Call/ "Scott atBRITT'S Trainer Collins worked the Mil'I .
1 3 Oak $135.00 his wisely yet glamorously.We
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356 N. Orange I at H in 20 se'ond" love him. -_
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i Orlando, Florida, December 21, 1947 1r'untag -rntiiir1- 'tar Telephones. 4161 or 3-1681 ; page 5-g
II I Closina Stock Quotations I II Adventist Head

Records FastWeekend I STOCKS IN THE'**SPOTLIGHT Patino Mines- nn_ 8 12>t 11% 11*. MICHAEL TANNER NOBLE [Elefti] and Brewster Van Wely OBITUARIES

NEW YORK (AP Sal., closing prlc I! Penney and r.t chang *f the IS most active Penn-Cent Aid __u S 8'. 6 64 both 3Y2 years old and constant playmates! told Robert Waiters -
stocks yesterday: Penn Pw & Lt ___ 16 18U 18'. 18V Begins DutiesElder
RiseDOW E..uit Off "log 17.100 4 plus >.. Peon RR ___ 65 18'. 17** 18 Sentinel-Star classified advertising manager, they I Mr.
Chicago CorP 15 600 12U plus Is. Pepsi-Cola __ 22 244 24*. 24*. wanted to do something for little boys who won't have Ralph Wight

Graham Paig 13.900 614 plus "3- Pfizer Chas & Co S 57 55 57 I

YORK JONES lUP): AVERAGES Pure Oil 11._ 2S4s Plus ',.. i Phelps Dodge __h_ 17 48V*. 47'. 48"a Reuben H. Nightingale, any Christmas." Michael said he wanted to give some little :
XT.W Texas Co 9,100 60 plus I.. Phila Elec ------ 7 22>4 221 22 4Phileo
Net HudMfl Mot a. OO 21Vj, plus 1. 1, Corp .___ 2 34. 34** 34'. newly appointed president of the boy his "Snookey," o wooden dog on wheels, and Brewster said
Stocks: Open High Low Close Change .... Morris 24 In1264 264.
> Philip
N Y Central t(00 14 m minus nn Florida Conference of Seventh
30 IndS 180.18 181.34 17988 181 06 up 097 Pan Am Airway (500 9',* plus .. Phillips Pet __0__ 22 65" 61*, 621.Press..d he wanted to give his teddy bear Michael is the son of Mr. Dies In Sanford
:20 Rails bO 85 5178 5077 51.70 up 1.12 Panhand P i R T.SOO .%. plus >.. SU Car _.. 14 11*. 11'. 11*. Day Adventists, will begin his
15 UU1S 33 10 33 25 33.06 33 25 up 0.27 Nash Kelvin 7,300 !''. .plus *.. Procter & Gam ___ 2 68*. 68** 68'* official duties tomorrow. He succeeds and Mrs. Fairfax Noble, 409 Ruth St., and Brewster is the ,
65 Stocks 64 30 64 89 64.21 64 80 up 0.62 Tea Gulf Prod 7.000 22a plus '*. Pub Svc NJ ___ 5 20'. 20 20'. of Mrs
Transactions In stocks'used in averages Param Pict 6.800 21'. minus >.*. Pullman __________ 4 53 524 53 Elder L. C. Evans, who has son Lucy Van Wely, 419 Ruth St. I I -> "_ < --e c .1

yesterday: Industrials 70.800: railroads South Pac 6.600 414 Plus 11.. Pure Oil ________119 28*, :273. 28*, been called to the presidency of
56,700; BlUttes 16,000; total 143,500.Net Std Oil NJ .GOO 7SVi, plus l's. R the Greater New York Conference I ---- -1 I I01 SANFORD-Mr. Ralph Bcvh.

Bonds: Close Change Studebaker 6.600 21'-a .plus 1".. Radio Corp ____u_ 34 9*. 9" 9'i I e"e \\ ight. 53. prominent CCp'

40 Bonds - 97.88 off 0.03 Rdio-K-Orph ___n 6 9*. 9 9 i with headquarters in New Florida cattleman ar.d :
10 1st Rails ..._- 102 W off 0.01 NEW YORK CAP): Renting Rand _.___ 10 1313 13*. York City. ub
10 2nd RaiU 8635 up 000 Sales (HaL) H"h Low usa Repub Aria ____u_ 26 84 7'. 8'4 I mobile dealer died Sa--clay
A Steel _ 57 27* 28'. 27' Elder Nightingale came to f
10 Utilities 01 off 024 Repub homE on Golden LaKe
__ 7
..la----l : ACF-BnU Mot 27 6' and Br. 4 19'. 19'. 19'.
Revere Cop
10 up 0.03 Florida last from Oregon
Air Reduction n__ 13 26'. 26ls 26 aAlssks Rexs.ll Drug __._ 6 7*, 7V. '7', I year Born in Cairo. Ga., the sen of

MARKETS AT A GLANCENew Alleihanr Juneao Corp .._ 16 24 3'j 3'33.. 4 3"jAllea Reynolds Tob B ... 2 40'. 394 40>* i and has tseenserYing . tip late Henry Wight and ?.:;s.w .
York Lud 8tl .._ 11 31>. 30U 31'4 5 I as pas- )ight of he vatd.reo-
STOCKS: Higher; oil lead selectiveadvanc Safeway Stores __ 2 20'. 20'. 20'. Snfor.
Al Chem A DT -_ 2 lB7Va IfS 187'a l tor of the Miami tl'* of Groce-v
Alll-Ch! MIg __ 5 40i 40' 40'iAm St L San Fran __-._ 27 9'. 9s. 9'eSt Co.,
BONDS: Improved. ; rails marked up.. Airlines h_. 25 '7'2. 7]*. -"'. RegiS Pat _... 18 9'. 9'. 9*. Church 7' ov ner of Wight Bros A.utcniobip --

COTTON: Steady; mill buying. Am Cable & Red _. 17 4'. 4'. 4'. Schenley Distil ___ 15 33*. 13 33 | Elder Earl) F ru $. '- 'p8. _ Co and operated
-, Chicago" Am Can _ 12 79 ?8.8'. Scab AL RR ___. 3 17 16">. 17 :4 a brge
f l i WHEAT: Strong: short-covering. Am Car & Fdr 1 43 43 43 Sears; Roebuck ____ 16 3T37'. 373. Hat'kmn president .'. r'ch on Lake Jessup
kW\ CORN: Strong: short-cogoning.t Am Cyanamtd ..u_ 19 39s 3939 Servel Inc u__ S 11'. Il's Ula of the '
OATS: Firm: mw record high. _.. SurMMng Mi''iglt -e r'a
Am For Pow ___ 66 2' 2>. 2'4Am Shell Union Oil 11 33 32'4 33 :
i '
> 4 Southern UnionConference
HOGS: Nominally tady. Home Prod _.. 11 24'. 24', 24' Simmons Co _____ 8 33% 33 334. \virtow.: two daughters M"s7
CATTLE: Nominally steady. Am Locomotive __. 12 21. 214 2114 Sinclair Oil -_h_ 24 17 16'.. 17 [ and A Leffler Jr. Gaine J'.e: ard
Am Pow ft Lt ... 34 8'. 8'. 8'. Soeony-V. uum ___ 59 16'. 16'. 16% chairman of the
NEW YORK [AP] The stock Am Pad & St S .. 40 15 14'. 14'. Sou Am G & P _--- 55 4 3'. 4Southern M-'s. Martha Wight Sanfcrd;
market yesterday from Am Roll Mill nU 30 37'i 36'. 31'. Pacific __ 68 4gs 4 471. 48*- board of the < 'n Henry Wight 2d. Sanfcnm
emerged Am Smelt & R ___ 4 57' 57'. 57'. Southern Ry 19 40 39 40
Florida Sanitarium
another recovery week with the Am Sil Fdrs _____ 7 28'a. 28'. 28'. I Sp rry Corp _====== 13 21'. 214 214Spiegel :T her. Mrs Henry Wight San-

Am Sugar Rot ____ 2 I 4S>. 45'4 453. Inc _nu 28 10'. 9'. 10'. has been frrO sisters. Mrs R Kit
fastest Saturday upswing in Stand Bands __ ... 12 26'. 25'. 281. f
Am Tel & Tel ___ 17 150' ISO's 1501. I Nightingale' named president
eight months although strengthwas Am Tob B --------6 n 684 681. 68'. Std O & E S4 pf ... 9 23** 23 23** j (eand :Ir P. A. Mero Sanford -
Am Viscose -------2 I 56'56 561.2 Stand Oil Cal u__ 9 62 61'. 62 i of the Inter American division :and four grandchdreriFuneral ;
selective and many pivotals __ Stand Oil Ind 37 42 41*. 42
Am Wat Wki n 8 8'4 81. 81.Am nn i which includes all of Centra) America -
exhibited rising reluctance. Woolen __. 14 43>. 43', 43.. Stand Oil N J __n '718'" 76'. 78'" services' beheld
Anaconda Cop -___ 22 35 343. 35 Sttand OU Ohio ... 48 23*. 27'. 28'. 1 the island of the Caribbean at 3 "I the
Throughout the week tax selling Armour Co __ 12 14'. 14 14'. Std Stl Sprg nU_ 8 14'. 14'. 14'. and the northern part of South p.m.
caused frequent stumbles but Assd Dry Goods ._. 4 15'. 1;". 15l. Sterling Drug __ 1 36'j. 36'., 36a 'tTTT Wight home', with Fr. William
____ Stevens JP 2 32 314 32StokelyVan America with a constituency of
Atcb T & S P 19 90 891. 90 n arhtrad of Souls Cat ho-
demand important '. *. \1
reinvestment 18'
was an Atl Coast Line 10 50 50 50 Camp 3 18 18 over
offset. Professionals still Atl RefinIng ___nn_ 15 374 36'. 37' Studebaker Corp ___ 62 21*. 201. 21..$. 62.0. -_ lie Church officiating. Inter'
Atlas Corp ______ 9 22'. 22*. 32t1 Sunray Oil ______. 19 11k. 11 1. Elder Ilackman came to this ment will be In the CatholicCemetery.

accounted for much of the buying Avco MIc u______ '7 :5 :5 :S T union conference three years FOREFATHERS OF 1835 OWED NOTHING! .
a which was based partly on S Texas Co -_hU 96 60% 594 60 Parking Ticket
for substantial I Bald Loco 24 ISO 14. 15a Tel Pac C 0 ._. 4 47a 47 47 ago, after serving as president i.- I The family has thatno
hopes a year-end Bait & Ohio __ 40 12>. 12'. I2*. Tex P.c L Trust _.- 7 34 334 34 of a California confer reueste
Barnsdall Oil .n__ 21 3TM*. 37'. Tide Wat A Oil _... 25 234 23'. 23'. Greets Santa! flowers be .
'. *. *. ence. At the meeting last Debt Billion
Transamrica 1 13 13 13
rally.The Brndix Aviat 15 30H 29*. 3O'i Public $258 Pallbearers will be G

.\s odatC'd Tress CO- Best Foods __h.h nn_ 8 32 314 32 Tr.n Tri-Cont& Corp West Air_ _.__ 38 2 17 6**.. 16 6%% 17 6''.. week in Miami in which the appointment STAMFORD. Conn. |IAPI) Sneer Ralph Wight 3d A
Beth Steel 19
105 1031. los
stock composite was up .6 of a Blaw-Knoz hhO U h 4 15'. 15'", 15'i Twent C-Fox _._-_ 27 23*. 23 333... was made. the Inter- Santa Claus put a chicken in Higgins, Jennings Hurt Buddy

point at 65.4, widest Saturday Boeing Airplane .. 29 23s. 22'. 23. U American division adopted a I WASHINGTON IAPJ We are both the Flerl Governmentand the pot of Yery member of McLeod and Tom Mero.

Borden Co ___.__ 1 42 42 42 Union Bag & P -... 13 33' 324 33% budget of $000,000 for the coming : the Stamford force
advance since last April 19. It Bor -Warner ___-_ 3 54 53>. 54 I Union Carbide ..._ 29 101 100% 101 about to close 1 decades of rising the States police

was a high; sinceo,. 21. On Branitt Airw ___n 5 7'. 7". T. Union Oil Cal _-__23 25 24*. 25 Year. of which over $150.000 The small young nation tight- Friday night and. in return, .MR. JOHN GIST
Bridgeport Br h__ 10 I0"4 10

the week the Rain waspoints. t.: Brier MIg __._. 2 32"* 321. 32'-, United Air Lines _. 43 17 16*. 17 wi'h ened its belt and achievE a remarkable gave DELANO John Gist. 76 died

The market was the Budd Co _-_. 20 104 10U 104 United Aircraft _.._ 55 25'. 24.-. 25*'. 'hols.* churches and hospitals Treasury has been going deeper debtto summons. Friday in a local hospital following -
Burling Mill ___ 13 20>. 20'. 20'. Un C -Wh Stri . 16 4% 4% 4. already under construction. into the red. Maj. E. Dodge
broadest \\o-liour session Burr Add Mach __ 13 15'. 147. 14. United Corp ___n__ 27 2'. 2. 2Va I SIS I million by the time the IoraM an illness of several week

since May 17. Of 811.1 K"ues registering. C United Fruit __un 8 54'. 54'. 54% I Today the lr. S. Federal debt is I\Var of 1812 began. This was scion of wealthy Doge Mr. Gist had been a
I Calif Packing ___ 2 33 33 33Callahan United Gas Imp ___ 2 21% 21 21Unt SL'S automobile family
billion. Your
522 rose and 167 fell. Z-Lead 3 14 I". 1". M .___ 6 163% 16U 16% abut share is I despite Pres. Jefferson's the Perkins Highway setonnorth

I Can Dry 0 Ale _... 4 14.. 14'. 14'_ N& _ 1 105 105 105 No Change Seen 1 and if you have a family !!''diture of $ll million expn- truck lore with 118 hens of DeLand for 15
Railway bonds continued to :I Canad Pacific h 41 11% II', 113. U S Indus Chess .. 1 39.. 39% 39". of four little i and enough for yea
owe a more rster His widow
you Louisiana survives.
Territory. deemed
futures moved Carrier Corp h_ 12 18 11'. 18 U S Rubber -_ 8 47 4647\ a
harden. Grain Caw (U Ii Co _.n :5 47 46" 41 U S Steel ____... 62 78% 77 Va 78% gross by every member of the force, is in Chargeof
ahead after some early hesitancy I Caierpil Tractor h- 4 59'_ 59'_ 591" V ? I E'xtr\.aganc many. to the police station. Dodge Alen-Sumerhill
Celanese Corp 17 28V.. 28',4 28'. ____ ', 1A'I7V H The whittling was done large- arrangements. not yet
but cotton was mixed. Uh Tie Chem Wks 1 48% 483% 48 and his farm superintendentparked
Celotez Corp _-_n 5 26% 28', 2t For Labor LawDETROIT i I through a plan of Albert Gal- completed
J. Forward curb leaners included Cerro De Pas 8 27. 27 27"i iCertainTeed W h5 t their accompanying
/ I Prod 1 17 17 17 Walker HI' O &W 4 214 214 21% i latin fourth Secretary of the
Creole Petroleum. Woodley Pe _ 1J r auto a block from SIRS. JKSSK W. BRUMBAUGH
Ches & Ohio 17 43U 42'% 43 Walworth Co S 10 9' 10 1 PAr Treasuryhos statue headquarters -
troleum. Kaiser-Frazer, Louisiana -: Ch M SP & Pac 63 9 "'. 9 Warner Bro Pint ._ 19 13'. 13'% 13% >e was re- When they Mrs. Alice B Brumbaugh 70,
> West Ind Bug __ 9 24'. 24 24West |API| In the Chi & NW 14 16 16'. 16 n opinionof re.tNI our
of 8 E. Yale
Oil and Salt to the car they fo Ave died at herresl-
Land .
Pantepec Chrysler! Corp ___. 49 64'. 63'. 64'. Un Tel on 14 20'. 201. 20 / debt.burdened I
the who has been the
Dome Oil Backward were New CIT Fman __nn 11 39'. 39 39'. Wntl; Air Br U__ 3 37% 37\. 37'. man in treasury. ing ticket on it. rence Saturday. Besides her husband -
Cle El Ilium __n 1 37'. 37. 37V. Elec nu 36 30% 30% 30%, legislative corner since the open- 41 I The' debt first went into Ml.I I Jesse W.
England Telephone, AmericanGas Coca-Cola __ 1 181 181 181 Wheeling Stpl __n 3 43** 47'. 48% / Brbugh. she
n bell labor well lion-dollar figures after the
__ ing as \ I
United Shoe Machinery and CoUate-Falm-P: _.. 1 44 44 44 White _on 8 23'* 23% 23'. may. I by
Cal Fuel & Ir _____ 15 16 15'. 16 Willys-Overland _.. 57 9% 9% 9% any hope of an early knock I Civil War. The I'nion in 18 I Miss Marjean dughter.
of America. Turnoverwas Wilson ___ 5 14". 14". I I
Aluminum & Co 14Vi
Colum a & El ___ 38 12 11'. 12 Brbugh
190,000 shares versus 160,000 Coml Credit nn n_ 6 42', 41% 41'. Woolworth IFI ._ 7 45% 45', 45'. I out of the Taft-Hartley law. !than- S7.000. You are in- owed $2,73.161.0[S77.61 per | Aid Plan Hailed one son, Rusel Brbugh
__ Worthing P ; 1 paying personj. debt retiredslowly '
Coml. Solvents h 5 22 21'. 22 yYounsst 6 1 6 Rep.' Hartley I IR-X.IJ J, ruddy- < was of .
last Saturday. Com with Edis h 18 26% 26'. 26% terest on it. in taxes at about two
Com'Klth South 35 2% 2*. 2". Sh k T 20 '79 '78 '79 faced and nattily-dre I but fairly ron.i.tently, Services will be held at 4 p.m.

Cons Edison __ 28 21',. 21' 21'. FUI.I total stock ales 7Ktprdu. 800.000. of the House Labor hC'ao, per cent i per year. until the Spanish-American' Sunday at the Fairchild Funeral

Cont Cons Bat Vultee h____.___-._-- 39 7 12 13%% 12 13% 12 13'*,. i predicts without qualification( I I, Your forefathers in IK35 and War Jai a boost. Home, with Rev. W. S. Bear

I Livestock Mart COat Can ___hn_ 13 32i 32 32'% Eggs and Poultry "this Congress will not changethe 18.16 oned not a rent of public I (' of the Panama Except By RedsLONDON shaw, pastor of the First
Cent Motors .___._ 56 8". '7'. 8'% Pesb-
JACKSONVILLE Florida nearby Canal and some other terian Church of Haines
Cont Oil Del _..-.. 11 54lj 54'. 54% I CAP) Jaw I debt. The accourtt had beenpractically expenses

Corn Exchange ... .60 53 53 53 fresh out kept the figure high. ficiating.
Corn Producta __.. 1 65 6S' 65 All .c. to Nor. he added in a visit to Detroit wiped hstol [I'Pl! A
JACKSONVILLE (API] Despite Crane Co hn_ '7 34'. 34". 34'. n.U..r Net Wt. Cur Mkt. during the week. will anything husbandry and sale of publiclands. The national debt was about fice .siKKcsm.m FnrE.'ig O. I Interment will b i Wood-

heavy rains which slowed Crucible Steel ___ 12 28& 25% 26', 'Grade A N.dOL in Crts I SI) in ini I The First WorldVar halN lawn Memorial 10
Curtis Publish __ 33 9'. 9 9'. Lame ___uu_ 24 ox 75 74 beyond a major change in mans mo.dge ) ((ol\ess on a.
Flor- ivused
marketing at some points, Curtiss-W right ___ 17 4'. 4'. 4% Medium _..._ 21 oz 67 '70SmaU the political complextion of the In 1ST57. liecausc of a depression it to S2.48110.0[$253 the Marshall Plan yesterday as Monday.
ida livestock producers carried Cutler-Hammer I 26 28 26Deere uuu_ 18 ox 55 58 I I per person]. paid
large __ ._ 26 79 82 House and Senate give any the Government began lit 10 "tremendous event in history."
B up a
-- labr MR. '
S Eta oz I
the ODOM
home total of $400.118 from 15 at rate of 2'
a & Co _- 9 44% 44'" 44'. I. Sal. direct to consumers. hope of repealing the tle borrowing $33fi.OOO and per All London newspapers except Rlf'S B
sales centers during the past Del I Lack A West 19 81.. 8'. 8% Nd WI. Cur. Mkt. cent a year and reduced the to Mr. 24. native
Detroit Edison 3 21*. 21'21% 'Grade A pu doc. in Crts He based his confidence on the the long upward climb began. the Communist Dally I.of

week, on the basis of reports received Dist Corp-Seag 30 16". 16% 16% : Lance __.__._h_ 24 ox. 85' 83 fact that some features of the The debt has been in the millions tal to $ in 1910. Worker, welcomed the message. Montgomery County Ga. who
'. Medium ________ 21 0573 78 came with his
at offices of Florida State Dome Mines 3 16% 16'. 16 n depres
Douglas Aircraft 10 49'. 48% 49'. Small _uu___- 18 ox. 63 66 Taft-Hartley law received the and billions since 1838. Defict But the Daily Express, which Umatilla when he parent t
Markets here. Dresser Indust n 11 22% 22% 22'. 'Extra large 26 oz on 87 90 majority approval of Congress as years brought the debt to Lord Beavernrook controls, said oneycr
Du Pont De N hu 2 187a 186, 187% I Fa dressed sales to retailers t con in! JO. The United States started out S40 5,417,000 in 100. To financethe Britain would be better advisedto old, was accidently kIled near
This! rash sum represented I I E I long ago as
.uer in life total of Meade Friday
for 3,110 rattle and : Eastern Air L .. 21 19 18% 19 Dr5..d Live I wit a Iht. a last ware hrrowel about save itself through Its own Ft Work ;g
receipts I Eastman Kodak ._ 22 44.. 44; 44'' New York style and Drawn S75: .OO( 17!)) Iper person, j 1225 billion efforts.At a lineman for the G and

8,803 hogs, compared with El Power &; Lt __.7 his .17** 17'S H n heavy _.___________47 53 S10.32J. This I Construction Co. I
3,315 rattle and 11,312: hogs the Emerson El M __..3 16>, j4*. 164Erie. light ______________ 35 41Broilers I Sen. Taft Blasts comprised chiefly 'I i-debt to its all-time pak of S279- the same time, the K\-: I
RR __ 64 10>-a 10'10', Red l-2 ._nn 48 5 ReolutionarWar. : expcnse-of' 7fI.OO.O( ) on Feb. Survivors are his parents r!rand
precedingweek' for which own- Eversharp __ 6 lit 11*. 11*. -- 1H press welcomed the MarshallI'lan Mrs. B. B. Odom of mat'"a
Marshall PlanWASHINGTON ,
ers were' paid $; l1KO7. F I COTTON CLOSING I a< "Spectacular intervention -
Farna Tel k Sad 7 73'. 74 'Zt'u three brothers, Maj. A. D Odm
NEW ORLEANS (AP) Cotton futures American wealth and
Receipts during the coming Firestone Fllntkote T 4t_ _R __ S 5 50 37 49'36%" 50 37 I' dvanced here ytcterday on trade buying H'P) Sen Post Office Shows Gain generosity into the realm of with the Army in Tokyo. Bob D.

week are expected to drop heavily Florida Pow ..___ :S 11% 13% 133.Fruehauf and Closing ob ortcove prices ring.were steady 25 cents to I Robert A. Taft [R-Ohio- ]. who Big foreign i olicj-. Odom In Lyons, N. Y.. and Edsel
Tra pi .20 80 80 80 believes the proposed $17 billion Odom of Umatilla
a number of markets having 0Gabriel ,I 40 cents a bale higher. Te bUinu. I ; two sisters
__. In the short Saturday . was onlmoder.te Marshall Plan could "wreck" the "The President indicated the I Mrs. Hazel Rodante of
i iO..n
t.' announced plans to onjit sales on Co 10 91. 9% 9% I I Ijut Tayares
.. and of a week-end character By RHODES CONKLIN JR. increase in work is nearly for the whole plan
is one
Cable 4 12% 12% 12% scope
.7 nn Very little in the loc.1sPt I:. S. economy, asserted last .. treble and Miss Elouise
account of Christmas holidays. __ buU..u.n.PI..d cTieivi, S. '- .'. At
Oen Elec nn 29 35 34% 35 I --.r : r fr] for one day.Bcggs which rather
Gen Foods 8 . middling 15-16 inch night that big-scale American ;: envisages e recovery lanta.
William L. Wilson director of nn 35% 34 35% l d .
Gen Motors ___.._ 61 58'. 57% 58 I unchanged at 35.SS cents a l1el't inl\'ca'se- season.al Swickhard and Asst than relief, the Foreign Office'sspokesman
State Markets said that December Gen Pub Utll __ 39 12". 12% 12% pound .1 spending is not essential to Eu- at Orlando Post Of. Postmaster D. II. Howell all expressed Sail "That has been

sales reported to his office Gillette Sat R _.._ 11 31% 31 31'% Spot sales amounted to 176 balesOpen ropean fice has materialized. British Bacon Ration
GUnbel Bros ___ 18 22'.. 2222'. High L. Close recovery. appreciation for the cooperation our hope throughout It is difficult -
have already moved well past Goodrich $1.200,000. T & R 9 45% 44... 45 May 35.63 35.71 3552 35 61-62- up 5 I Republican Policy Committee, records showed that during to Upped to Two Ounces
Oraham-Patte Mot 140 6% 5% I July J4.49 34 58 34 39 34 SO up a the public this year in contrastto much enthusiasm. 'I
Sales, by markets, were summarized Gt Northn Ry pf 23 39'". 38% 6'.1 I Oct 31 58 31.68 31.52 31 57B UP 6 was the first GOP leader to an- the first IS days of December other holiday lie said conditions for participating LONDON [API] Food Minister

as Allows: Preyhound Corp __ 24 11'. 11'". Dec 3 92 31.0 30 88 30.92B up 7 i I nounce flat opposition to Mr. office receipts had increased 'I seasons set forth Mr. John Strachey announced
Gulf Mob & Ohio 36 14% 14 14% There has been no real "peak"day as by Tr. yes
Arcadia State Livestock Mar Gulf Oil _ ___._ 7 74 '73'i4 I I Trman's conception of what by 208 i>or cent over the same man "appear to be those I terday that Brtai's meager
ORLEANS (API Spot cotton closed so far this year, with business -
ket, 468 cattle and 73 hogs, $22- Hay*. Mf( _____H 30 8% 8',4 8% I NE unchanged Sales 176.; low mid- ,' this country must do to halt prod a year age. I been heavy over I upon at the Paris age bacon ration- ounce

57L45. Homestake Mln n_ 9 3838\ 38Houston I dung 3605. 31.53; middling 35.55; good middling ,'I the march of "selfshtotaltarin, I'osf.il receipts are a barometer ha\nJ. This is as necessary for success of the I weekly per person last Oct 9
Oil 33 28%. 27% 28 I I they say, "
Farmers' Mar- nn would be restored
State to
Bonifay Hudson Motor _n__ 83 213% 20% 21% : aggression" Europ.i of business in |N>st offices due to the fact that the public program. 1 two

ket, 291 hogs, $3,331.72. NEW ORLEANS (AP Average price of' hut there a.'f other factors to the plea to mail weekly next month from In
___ i ,
Illinois Central 41 29% 28W.. 29% harkene
middling 15-16 inch cotton at 10 Southernspot
Defuniak' Springs State' Live-. Interlace Iron ___ 14 143.\% 14% 14% : 10 cents a I Store Owner Killed which indicate more clearly Water Ski Course Open I. crease supplies expected under
lot Harvester __ 3 88 87% 87% i yde"S jn t lion much l u-i- I Trade
n > more
stork )Market' 113 rattle', 231 lot Nick Can _____ 39 21 28% 26% bate h'cire 35 30 market pound days 35.21.average ST. PETERSBURG [rAP] How- The public ro-operation on [5pc"i' ;: Tre Sdr'Y: Sentinel-Star: ] Angloanada

hogs $1iGGi.1li.Gainesville lot Paper __.___ 2 5555\ 55\. Middling inch average 33.90 cent a ard A. McKinnon. 47 local drug ness the post of fire is doing this WINTER HAVEN .- The AgcemenL
lot Tel & Tel _____ 54 12% 12% 12% pound. thi. 3 C'ar. score does more than just
Market .0 store owner was killed, and five lighten the load I tricky slalom course which has
Livestock by spreadingit
Johns-Manvlll. _n_ 4 41% 41 414\ II others injured yesterday as cars For instance, incoming mail been built at Cypress Gardensfor Thomas Leaves
Independent 650 cattle, 1750 Jones L 6tl 18 34% 34 34\ GRAIN RANGE oter a number of daitmakC's $40,0
hogs. 83531. Joy Mfg _nh__nn___ 2 39% 39% 39% CHICAGO (CP): driven by McKinnon and Jos- I has licet 3 pcIcent heavier and it |Possible for employes the third annual Florida WEST PALM {tAP]

K Wbeat Open High Low Close eph Nastri 30. this city crashed' outgoing per cent Water Ski Championship Tour- Orders admitting the will of Wil
Jacksonville Livestock Market, Kennecott Cop ___ 13 48 47% 48 ___u_ 310. 316'% 308%. 3164 headon Gulf beach To make it clear to get the mail on its \taj faster !
151 L I Pita------- 307B 306'. 307B on a high. even more and to its destination nament here Dec. 27. 28 will be S. Thomas, of Palm Beach
cattle sooner.
Inc. 63 lam
independent, Laclede Gas __n__ 6 5 4% May -------3941', 3OO. 296, 30O%. way. j|i the post office on Friday received -i open for practice tryouts Monday Baltimore, to probate. were
hogs. $5.06641. Lehigh CAN _n'_ 5 i01% 10% 10%. Jaly ___ 265% 269'% 264% 269
89!) sacks of In heeding the to mail
: warning
Livestock Market 93 Llb-O-P Class _n__ 1 56% 56% 56V. Sept. n____ 258 262'. 257% 2614 prl post as I j according to Glen Kirkpat- signed yesterday by Judge R P.
Jay State Libby McN L _..13 9'. 9% 9'. Blast Injuries Fatal :compared to 731 .er previ- early post office patrons didthemseh rick of Daytona Beach presidentof Robhins. Thomas, who died

cattle 541 hogs S'6.822.7aKissimmee LlStett & Mrers _-- 2 87% 86% S7% Co___ 263. 264' 262$ 2 3'i 'ous. This is mail. Theoutgoing es a service in that their the Water Dee
Florida Ski Assn.
Lockheed Alre .___ 28 14'. 1431. 14'. D. : MIAMI rAP] Paul Matthaus, incoming I 2, left an estate of $240.000
Livestock Market __ 256'. 259 256', 259 Hi
__ letters and
Loews Inc 17 193. 19% 19 post was also on were handled I
July ___ 246'. 259. 246', 249 prl parcels brother John Thomas
independent, G33 rattle, Lorillard) 12 20 19'20 n % ,27, burned in an electrical explosion L !
un M Sept _n___ 232*. 234 232 233'!. i an I, more effeciently, Swickhard I Palm Beach Baltimore
Tuesday at a Florida Power Freight Train Derailed I was
Ill 1-18'9.
hogs $-t:!,
Mack Trucks 3 52V\ 5J'/4 52% : & II 001'served.
hn I On the day Friday 163- 'named
Lake City Columbia Livestock Mary (R H) __.. 4 35&. 34% :33% Dec "_ I27*. 129% 127. 129$ and Light Co. plant here, died OCALA [IAPJ] A Seaboard Air executor.
Marine Midland ... 6 6% .% 6% Mar. 126*. 126 12SA yesterday. Two others hurt in I 265 pieces of first class mail came I
'Market. independent, 65 cattle Marshall Field __n_ 7 25: % 25. 25% May ====== 118, 119', 118'4 119. i into the its destination House To Probe Cotton Line freight train was deraiednine
646 hogs. $15,497.42.!) Martin lOW ___-_ 33 15% 14% 15% July _nn 102. 104*. 102. 104\% the bllst remain in critical con offc I : miles south of Ocala yesterday Festival Parade Slated
Mo-Kan-Trxts .. 8 4'. 4% 4'. : Sept. __n_ 94 95% 94 95'. ;.the 48 State many foreign
Live Oak Niblick's Livestock Monsanto Chem _ 3 60% 6O'. 60'. Barley- (lton. nations. Dairy, Egg Markets \ but the only casualties were FORT LAUDERDALE {APIA ]

!*Market, independent, 235 cattle, Montgom Ward _. 19 56% 55', M% Dee. . . .. 199N ---- I I 23 head of feeder cattle consigned parade of more than 60 trunt
.. - WASHINGTON Chairman
Murray Corp 9 16% 16% 16 I.FG.XOTI(; This was not a peak day In [TPJ -! .
1154 hogs, $40,451.45. N SoybeansMar. to Houston, Texas. craft and an cut-
_ 394 B 401 397 4OO% NO. 68 August II. Andresen of a ing-decorated
office of Mails
Miami, G. E. Sampson; and Nasb-KelTlnator ___ 73 18% 17,. 13% May ..u__._ 392R 398 396N 39R TANGERINE REGULATION NO. 68 1 pst history, Supt. board regatta launched this
____ 1 cty's
Nat Airlines 4 9%. 9V. 9% July .. 390B 395B that except as provided Swicfchard said, but compare special House Investigating Committee -
Sons Livestock Auction Market, Nat Auto Fib _-____ 2 10% 10" 10% c2> of this -rtlon II>. Dur I' last night planst Youth Dies in Crash I $10,000 Fishing Festival yes
Nat Biscuit ___ 2 31% 31% 31% it with the daily average disdosei
independent, 54 cattle, 18 hogs, -n In* the period "Innlnl at 12 01 mm. terday. The fishing
Nat Can 10 9'% 9 9% CURB STOCK LIST EST. 22. 1947. and ending at throughout theear when expose "improper" speculation MIAMI I JAP] Sergeant C. H. tourment

$2,944.37. Nat Container ===== S 13% 13% 13% Famished throacb courtesy of Merrill 12 01 a Dr..mhr. .. January 12. 1948. no'' ap in cotton and butter! Knight of the Miami Police Auto which will
Nat Dairy Prod ___ 3 28% 28% 8'% Lynch. P1 Fenner and Seine: handier shall ship' 'Hi Any ..*. j proximately 50.000 pieces of eggs April 15, begins tomorrow.'Cooked' .
Montirello' Stock Yards, independent .- Nat Dept Stores -. 2 18 1118 Aluminum Co of Amer-------------. .. .In regulation area 1. which trade class mail are handled, and the as well as in the grain markets. i Theft Bureau, said yesterday a I

206 rattle 776 hogs I Nat Distillers ____-- 6 21 20% 21 Amer Gas A _n_______ ._ 34 U. S No. 2. U. S. No. 2 russrt. U S. No. - car stolen here had been demol
Nat Gypsum __. 4 19% 19% 19% Ark Nail E. __ ______ 6". 3. or lower than D S No 3 grade Ga
$26.-I.1'=. Nat Lead _n__ 4 34 34 34 Amer Light & Traction -__-__nnn-- 164Ashland trades are defined In the United State I I.G.\; NOTICE: I New ihe and an oupant. a .14 On15yearold I Eggs Withdrawn
Nat Pow & Lt __... 2 % 13-16 13-16 Oil &; Refg. n___________ 144 Standards for t.nKPrlnps as amended <12 NO. 94 Program Has boy" killed near Ocho- TALLAHASSEE AP A number -
[ ]
Quincy State Livestock Mar Nat Supply! __ -. 13 22'0 22la 221. Barium Steel _n______________ 51. P. R 2619)2: > Any contaln-r of tanrer- GRAPEFRUIT REUATION NO. 94
ket. 78 cattle, 198 hogs 766890. NeSt Corp _-. 2 18% 18% 18% Creole Pet. Cor. ________________ 39*. grown in regulation area 1. whIchgrade I Provides that p"cep a providedin 50-50 Chance Says Hope : pee, off the Tamiami Trail. of "soft boiled" eggs have
Seaport Indust -. 2 2424'% 24% Cities ____ 38% U. S combination erode nh.h been withdrawn
Trenton, Gulf Co-operative N Y Central RR 88 14% 14% 14% Elec Bond & Share Co. ._.-_ _._ 11*. trade Is defined in the aforesaid amended : ing the period breinninc at 12 am. WASHINGTON [UP] Chair- general
NYChI&SILpI 4 130 128 130 United States Standards unless at least EST. December 22. 1947 and ending at Palm Beach State
Association Inc., in- Fairchild Fng. & Airplane Corp __ 3', sale in County.
Marketing No Am Aviation 28 9% "% 9'. Humble Oil Refg------ 74 sixty per cent <60">. by count of the 1201 ..m. E.5.T. January 12. 1948. no man Hop[R.Kn.l] of the House Nail Biting J. J. said
dependent. 1306 hogs. 4207869. Northern Pacific 12 21% 21% 21% Herla MinIng CO---------------- 10 total quantity of tangerines conI.ln..r handler shall ship: lit) Any grapefruit A said yesterday Chemist Taylor yester
O _ ____ the requirements of U. S. of anyvarte ty. In the State of Commitf The sale frech
Mills Auction Market Lone 5th T Ga Oa. _ 21 m..t Iro..n day. eggs, on ,
Ocala. Ohio Oil ____ 62 33'. 32 33'. Niagara Hudson Pw. ___.___ 8'. I No. 1 .ade (as such trade I d..fn..d in Forda which crade V. S. No. 3. or is "only a 55 Not To Blame! a food
and Williston Livestock Market, Otis Elevator .- 2 32"-U: 32% Niles-Beenoat-Pond Crp t0ePanteper j I the aforesaid amended t lo..pt U. S. No. 3 grade (as lurh.a..w chance" Congress were discovered by a State

owned and r Oil Co___nn_________ 12% I Standards) and each of the remainder of are defined In the Unite SI.le wi approvea and drug Inspector to partly
'el 1 DTJRANGO. Colo. b
both independent. o, the for farm in [tAP]
Pac Gas Elee .- 1 353. 33 35'. Strock & CO 22 tangerines meets all other renulre- dar. cttrnx fruit long-range program
operated by E. E. Mills reporteda Pae Tin C..... __._ 1' 5'_ 51" a'. I arhdlte. Inc -----:::= -T__-=: 3% I I ments. of the aforesaid U. S. combination (12 R 6277"': <2' Any seeded crapej j the regular Mrs. W. J. Wellman's sore cooked.
cash total of $74.- Packard Motor 41 5 4. 5 I Stand Pw UaAt ____=-__._ 1'. ]! ..d.: (1) any tan".rn.. grown In regulation frl. than pink Ir."frll grown I forthcoming session
consolidated Pan Am Airways 85 9% .% 9% Tampa _____.______ 3O% area 2. V S No 2. State of Florida of a i tub is expected to heal
863.95. for 422 cattle [estimated] I Panhandle P o: R 72 $% 8% 8% I i Tp EeU_ ___u________n____ 13 U S. No 2 russet U S. No 3. or lowerthan size smaller than a size that will pack ,I now its tooth has DIVER ALSO MIXER
: Param Picture 66 22% 21. 21% i I h'coo 15% V S No. 3 trade 'as such trade 80 grapefruit packed in accordance withthe Indian Troops Launch Push tht CALUMET, ) [UP] Law
and 1548 hogs. hU.u I are defined in the amended 01 a standard pack I 'as Ich

Mgr. John 1>. Kelly of theI I- Unt.G Corp Cob------_nn___________ 18'19'.. I IKaiserFraxet i'i I United State do..ad. Tat'. such reu'rmpnt.pack Is defined in the aforesaid I NEW DELHI [AP] Indian b an accident last rence Michel is h 2 year
I i I any such tangerines that trade U. S. amended United States Standards'. in a' aut
Arcadia Market said hN next 15% in Kashmir State have in an unusual job.
,, I 2. as aforesaid, roar be shipped only standard box I Ifrl' ,
sale ould be held Jan. (>. I I'1 Rexall Atlantic Drug Cst Fish =.-==========:=== 7 4i%% i I color such, tangerines> are fairly uniform I the standards for nt'r for citrus startr an offensive against several teeth while receiving diver for a copper me
| or (4 Any tanKPrlne.croW In the established by CitrugCommission :
(Cattle on the Gainesville Market i state of forda which are 0 a size pursuant to Ford. 3 of ,, raider from Pakitnholding other This week whose workings are te

100 were SI to $2 higher Mgr. j| STATE FARMERS- MARkET I smaller SiR that will pack 210 chapter 20449 Laws of Florida. Act of ., Manawar a defen injure surface of a lake. Michel's mot
Key : she
tangerine parked in with the 595 : <3) a
- ''L II. Thompson, stated. His next :i'I Sanford requirements of a standard"cordanc.pack T following reported by dealer paci is defined in the aforesaid State of I
I sale will l>e Monday. Thereafter the P for am.ndP gruop &e forda' The area is west of theState's An Superior, supervising t
o F.ne. M.rkP United States Standards in ace of a vise than very slowly. X-ray
I the Gainesville Market will handle produce sold.to Ink.r ad c.pr up standard box -ide dimensions I 9'h.l-. blb will pack 96 cr.pfrult..m.\pr packed inaccordance '1 Winter capital city of 'I showed one of her lost teeth huge water intake pipes at
to 12.01 .
Tax Questions am. [ 9''. capacity 1726 cubic with th. of a Calumet and Hecila Company's -
both cattle and hogs Beans. xlII. IrMS. reulrmpnt. Jammu and mile I'
in one 01D bl tate------ 00-223 > Durnt the period beginning standard pack as '. < defined with a of the imbedded deep in the flesh. Cpp
sale weekly, each Monday, the Beet . .wn _n_______ l 5O-1.75Cabbage at 12 01 am. E S T December 25 In the aforesaid amended United StatesStsndardv Pakistan water works.
I or 1947. and ending at 12 Ol E ST. ,, borer.
.ax nn 1.7518 am. in a standard box tai such
first 1948 sale .
being scheduled Cauliflower crate January 1. 1948. no handler shall shin box is defined in the aforesaid standards
Olery. crate h:: -_=::: 4 1O-4.g any tangerines In the State of for containers for 141 Any '
Jan. 5.CHICAGO or
art dtr.
Investor and Business me. I 'C.Y01. t hpr. ___ : ___n 3 OO-3 (3> A. cOW herein handier pink grapefruit grown trt State of !
Invited to ask us for copies of (X7P> Some steers gold this COnuts. 5 to.x _.____ n 4255 FOra. "regulation area 1." and "regulation Florida which are of a size smaller than I Film Matinee Slated For Price Of Toy
'i I I
_____ .
booklet dUcBisaj week for 39 OO per 100 Ibs", equaling the cOL un u area 2." shall have the same meaning a size that will 126 grapefruitpacked
*a Informative Income Tai I national all-tune huh set at the stockyards Cclbera, bl hpr.hpr. _____________ 350-500 1 50-3.75 as is given to each such term in oaidamended In r aCllt the requirements A special children's matinee, admission price will be one I
10 pertinent last week E&.p\n u marketing agreement and order of a as such packIs I
Interest : But high quality cattle were scarce and Iceberg, crate ________ 3 00-3.5 and the term tairly uniform In color" defined .in the aforesaid amended presented at the Beach- usable toy. ,
questions of particular wi h
bids ranted 50-1 00 hiaher Good beef Ilucr.. B. craw 1 shall have the same meaning a when United States 51.ndard.I a standardbox The toys are being collected TRT/ AI
at th'. time of sear. cuss sained 25-5OC. bulls 50-1 00 andvealera dO buD' _______ 125-150 used in the U. S. combination grade a 1 00. Peas. English hpr. ---- 2.75-3.25 such 1* defined In the aforesaid standards containers for by the Exchange Club and the helps us serve speedily
Write or call personally fora Most choice steers and yearlings ranged I Peppers bu. hpr----------== 5O-5.25: Irac.Vntf States St.n.rds 148 fruit). <2> e period dtr I The main attraction will b one Legion for underprivileged
sweet B,.. tukt. ____ 200-225 Stat 31. '7 12 01 -r.rica
33 00-38 50. Five loads of choice 952-I'I Pt.ta a.m.ndf S 11 \ am. iUTt December 25 1947. at distant
___ potnt.'Stock
of the funniest comedies
5 dot.
hpr. 2 ever
copy of this booklet. 1.010 lb. fed heifers sold 34 SO-35.SO. Ras, 92.5 *and ending E.S.T. January !

Good tanners beef and cutters cows were closed 20.00-22 13001500.00 and'I I:I! :yellow crate bn.--hpr.-- :- _= 1.1-250. I II i i Qder signed by C. taW I ISlsn |I 1. 1948.of no any nllrlln'ship In any the grapefruit State- I filmed entitled am Loves Anderson said the theater

Practical closing top on good hc Tysausage ,I Tomatoes Strawberries crate., pint -carton------:== 360420Tornatoe JS- J8 1 I> Ft and 'P ch PVIA. of Florida.' <3> A uS ln. variety." Papa starring Leon Errol. doors would! open at 9--30 a.m. lie

ALLEN & Co.INVESTMENTS bulls was 21.50. Choice vealers 4O-lb -b _._. : ubadlr" and shall have the pointed that tnys do not have_
reached 3O OOHri 2.500 Oro..er Administrative Cnmmltte. : sr. :? given '0 each such The matinee cost no nU .
doa .__. .
T.nl.h - V. tenr lr 1 a, r- wi .1:3 _j !
pn:rs m-ted 7VI CO b.ir.d5s 1'1', A .I -akp'll aap.m..nl 'q' ct"ud b
; were stead! The t'p was 2 > f ran-.-- box ____ Chairman .US anc t- 11 ; : aened ThitiUt it "il) n:n b fee ga: ./ .- .: : t
Bulk good ad choice 170-300 Ib. sc.d 1.75200crapfrt ATE t b i set ;
box _
__ BIde Tel. 2-2772 I 26 40-27 00. Moit 300-300 Ib. cows Ten2XOO24.00. 45 box F"I SEYMOUR. Order lizned tC Robert Anderson manager said s urge ot time wia not permit j I

: I I'Xuaqaiu. 4V3 box -U I I Dec. 11. l4.t 6.t. J' Trait and esi F. KUJTKZL.* Bunch FliA. t yesterday in reporting that the][reconditioning bore Christmas.!



& &rnttnrl&tnOrlando I 14. Beauty Parlors 19. Sencr Offered 1,,19. ServIces Offered I 33. Articles for Sale 33. Articles for Sale I SLArtlcleq for Sale I 133.F Articles for Sale 33. Articles for Sale

I 44 H CAPE work and general r VENETIAN Bt.INDS-Made Ilk* new. ,APPLIANCES-Immediate delivery. BULBSETS-Jus't a few left. Crt DEWALT POWER BAWS-Also Parks FIELD FENCE-Screen wire $-reen
Florida .CA' BEAU SAN at 514 '' Lowest fliers. Best services Call I Easy Washer, ABC I OIL CIRcrLATdO ItEATERS..Car.oed -
$5 up. 27U wube. Thor mae tree indoor and outdor bub planer Mall saws drills, Logan :; doors stop at '
Cburh M.cn. : el UonoFrarc oil jJal.'Sbeaters
21 1947 Cold Appintent R AMoounann.CONCRETE Adam Ph. 9558-919 W. Central. i Ironer Thor ( allkinds st. Knox Store Co.. 2: E Pe. late.. J. D. Pease & Son. I I Nebraska.C.llu M' c.- '
PAGE 6-B DEe phone 6931. Bonnie and Ju.nlta WORK-Plain and colored Orlando. F.. of heaters. Orlando Sales & Mo..t Dora 3753. just arrived. Get yours wt le
Service 608 N. Orange.AMMUNITION10 FLOOR COVERING-Congo-wall SOc they last. Bumby Hardware. 102 W
Salon floors. autUu colored lias- BOAT-16 ft. Coretrf 10 H. P. 3 per lineal foot printed linoleum Church.
BEU tone. steps outdoor lire- discount 13 I Inboard ; fire extinguisher I 98c yard At Gllddena.
over McCrory's 5 Store. Al m.ke. on motor.tl ; $35; 210 _sa. bro.dfelt I
seawalls, stepping stones. worb E PIANOS For the utmost In tone dependability -
places. -
Permanent waves and all lines of OP and Harvey 2213 16. 20 and 28 gauge shells. Her.man's I cover; p.lnt South St. FISHING TACKLE _
CLASSIFIEDSentinelStar beauty culture jiven special atten- Nldy & Evans.- Winter Park-469. Edgewater Dr.. College Park. 2-1973. Loan Office. 27 W. Church motor top condition; S550; Ph. "Shakespeare" and "HeadQu.rr and value see the new

lion by expert For ap- RAGLJNE and clam-shell services. Street BASS trumpet. C POLL CARRIAGES-Tricycles, wagons Tru-Temper "Heddon Pueer rods; Kimball studio models-Millers. 14S
c clay for sale. Jarco WASHING ICES FDLlelet. and many other children's toys. Fairbanks Winter Park. __
pointment Ph. 4014. F sand and REPAE aul.n and am Nylon, silk linen Herman's !
All Us. : r
Ccr. Box 34. Or.ndo. Fl Ph Barton's next to offral .nl. plifiers. Southern MUc M. Orange our lay-away plan on all guts Loan Office. 27 W. Church. POCKET KNIVES-SOc UP. See our
CHRISTMAS oil EcoisOiiiypurniture 332
$ SpECn.5. prmanent 3-14 or 2132.DRVEWAY&Had Winter Park 93. APPLIANCESHot Ave. Church: 9217 Co. W'j i 1 FRUIT JUICERS Many types. Table- office display. Smyth Lumber Co..

as concrete clay I FURNISHINGS-Immedi- and waU types. Prices begin N. Orange and Railroad.
W at
Charm Salon. 506 BEDROM
Want-Ad Bates Ph 99.Jewe surface Inexpen- WELL DRU.UNG-We specialize In Point ranges from S189.75 BP. DRINKING FOUNTAIN Kelvinator.
bas. Complete sets I Knox StoresCo... 25 PLUMB IN cTsVPPLIES-Toilet*, lavatories
28e Un.Minimum Ameba for free Lee. diameter deep immediate delivery. eressr automatic thermostat. Bumby Hardware. 25. E Pie
Daily pr In. Call estimates. sipaller "eu 2". 2 2" Space heaters upholstered vanity 23163.FSIREWalnut. tubs, sinks showers soil
2793.EECCAL. and 3". Can install an sixes Savace spinner 102 W. Church.
care CHRISTMAS SPECIAL $15 cold lump ; wa&en. springs and mattresses included. 1322 pipe terra cotta pipe, galvanized
Sunday per line '. on FHA plan. or write table top 30 gal. water Shore wood Dr. i DISHES dresser tnple
3S waves $8.50. Ph. 9725. R." UtopiaBeauty APPLIANCES Repaired Cal beter. 32-piece sets $8 95 op also pipe and fitting Call os for your
Minimum & Salon. 805 E. Washington. French. .. Phone 6. (as radiant heaters; electric heaters; sets. $16.95 UP. mor : maple
toasters etc. Ln..O. In bust- 53-ple. Fa Store plumbing needs W* have in stock
lmps. you are and bed
Days 20e & dsi portable Ironers all sizes 20saL BoKEPL"GI 10 W. .
3 Consecutive 1. Electric .. 23 E Cuch Phone ; raco. ; and keep your Church St.DRAIN chairs and other items: tabls anything in the plumbing line
7 ConuUv. Dan 18 U. a dayunnt CDGEWATER DRIE 2422. Beauty :186. city gas ; water records TTLE bUI Scrusss Bros. Supply Co.. 107 W
& you the -8. 10. 24 in. sell: Gateway
A Averaco Wod 1 Salon-Ph. 2-3193 Onc you come. coolers; electro roasters; cfee makers "Simplified ,U apprel.te. I ft. t12nl :: or-I Pine 32203.PORTABLE .
standard less :
National Out -. you'll come alaln ELECTRIC CLEANER SERVICE-On- ; 66' steel and Bkkeepr" Bishop Office ; p : 5068 Ave.. Winter :
o Hni a WELL DRILLING In. wells and al Equip. .. Ave. 5010 Cheney Highway. Four
Elnsl Insertion 35c per line beauty culture. Rena l outlet for genuine Hoover parts c.blnet. GAS never RECORD PLAYER la
up. Agency for Myers water Tourist Home. R.GETappn. I
3 Consecutive Days 30c line a day modern upkeep service call the systems. ORLANDO APPLIANCE CO. 210 BICYClrl. like new. $25. Seen Ave.. good condition. Call at 1222 Edse-
Tracy's Plumbing & ud Cofman Hllband
Consecutive Days lin* a day KELLEY'S BEU SHOP-146 E onl authcyized Hoover service sta- Pumps North Orange Avenue. Phone 4537. 18 Jeferln Court HoteLBICYCLEGirl's ECCREGERTR New water DrIve.PIANOUsed.
:5 232 St. Orlando and Cotba.
Church Bumb Hdw.. 6104 2-1755. I
St 3-101. Ierm.- Kohl
3 lines) neat up. 01 3-1252. 24 in. In good condition osd. 98 GIFT ITEMS-Look! Over 500 to Mirropiano. mahogany
Ou to notify lair waves laboratory ELECTRIC RAZOR SERVICE Ph ; S20. Phone Winter Park. Ave ; ri 776.EECIC choose from open with chair; $350. Joseph Bailey.
A. ...t cuttnl a Schick Remington and deoraions. Phone 2-2090. 736 Magnolia
of error* t .ted. experience. Sunbeam AUTOMATIC WATER HEATERS 71W. evenings. Powell's & Store. _

Ii,.)1..tlJ Sntinl-SUr will New parts and razors in Norge and Mertland. 10. 15. 30 and RANGES Electric cook 543 W. Church._ _ _ _ _ PAINT-I-coat flat oil paint Covers
SALON-All types Mr. Olson. San Juan Pharmacy. 5169. 40 gallon. BLANKETS best. Fast clean, thrifty to anything without
B* rosponaiblo for only ono in.AH SIVE BEAU electric-With exclusive GAS REFRIGERATOR ft. Excellent sizIng S3 75 per
Carolyn and FLOOR SANDING AND- ISHiO WELL DRILLING-We are equippedto A .table top electric. 30 and 35 Slumber temperature control. Walter use. Fast as fire without flame Cleanyou I condition. Price SI SO. Telephone gal. Outside white $3 25 per gal

M .r Lucy. Phone 6220. 21 W. Pine. Modern equipment. drill sh.Uo.and deep wells An, sal. Immediate installation. Reasonable J. Wllcox. Service and Since as an electric lb Winter ParkS6! J. Floor paint. S3 25 per cal. Sou'bern
Want-Ads start In The unit. Established 1935. Skilled size up to 8-inch No water no pay. terms. 1936. The Most for S.le Money cook taste t.kes't time I Faint ft- Glass Co 200 W. Church St.Ph .

Morning Sentinel and are prt 15. Schools and Instruction workman; bonded. Stevens Floor SurfacIng -j Nothing down. 36 months to pay. Willard and Kelser. Vogue Theater Always.. 61 E. Robinson. and effort. Westinghouse. range OARAGE DOORS-Used. double. T6" 2-3252. _ _ _ _
In both The Sentinel Co. Phone 6582. | 'Belamy Well Drilling and Pump SuP block. Colonialtown; 5136. you've been waiting for. $209 95. Other I 8' each complete with track. Phone
PIANG-Macshallk Wendell
Orlanda Ivenlnc Star O t. AUTO ply. Route 3. Winter Garden trademarks--Admiral. 664. uprisht,
Learn to drive. FURNITURE i Road our unusual shop 12 ft. ideal for Unlnrsl condition. $129 cash. Pbone
& SOL you UPHOLTRINOBox.h Orlando. Fla Phone 7087. TQUEVll BATSFPreS ; Electro-Master and Quality. GAS HEATERS-Two 18 in. 20.00O 53r
1trctor prepares springs : evr changing stock Invites S5 each 34th and Wilcox Service since 1936. 61
Want-Ad Department Is open & Sales B.T.U.
The radiant Good
for Orlando Auto gas ---
Stt. Test We sell good used furniture.Jacks inspection for the collector. Nash St. heaters
from 8:30 ajn. 6 PJD. dali,. School: call 2879.BALM 30. Good Places To Eat dall E. Robinson An.ECRIC condition. $25. Ph.
Sunday from.9 t U am.. Furniture Shop. 2608-Kuhl Ave. ; Beery. Jeweller, Magruder BATOM ACCESSORIES_Chrome i 2-7t. PUMPS. WELLS. WATER SYSTEMS
GAS HEATER Like fireplacesize.
annual Paper Satur DANCING TJRNITURE REFINISHED in nati| DINNER Arcade. soap dishes, new. Complete. No down payment. 36
A tJ CHRISTMAS -All the trim paper holders American Flyer
lo .
Da I class Ph ural wood or color. Pick up today j mings. $1.10 Open Thurdl. Best AWNINGS. CANOPIES Roll cur- etc. Also good selection medicine I TUS with accessories. Ave. lot $2.50 sets it 535 Citrus months to pay. William Oakley 59

I. 3106. Jane Dickson Studios. 29 deliver tomorrow. Stear Si Gayle : ]hamburgers in town. tain. Venetian blinds made to or- c.biet. Knox Stores Co.. 25 LoneL lay-away plan. Haley N. Garland: 6332.
You Can Place Tour 1c der. estimates. Coionlal E. tse ou a GARAGE DOORS Overhead type.
Hours noon till 10 p m. pb. 2-1493. ]He.yn 331 W. Fee Awning 2-3163. ; 214 Orange Ave. -
Want-Ad by TelephoneDial Co. Ave Phone 2-4612. BOAT wood. New shipment in. While they PUMP-Jet wefl and tank
makes ;
FLOOR FURNACES installed. 3 | Owens. 30-ft. cabin cruiser. pump
4161 SEC STUDIO Publ Instructon speaklnc. in stock oil prices re.sn- 31. Good Things to Eat AIRPLANE MODELS-Complete stock Gray motor. Bargain at 3800. ELECTRIC STOVE-Full size all porcelain last one section $55. 4 sections $65. silehtly ilsed; Ph. 8712.
and 01 la. deep well cooker: practically Cabinets made to specifications.Van .
raco ble. Ph. 513 Virginia Dr. models and accessories. HO-O Ph 2-3033 7600 at I your
2-346. d.Fa I
Ph. $125. 1196 39th St.
2-37t. Wyen. Jackson off W. Fair
.v.l.ble no. ne. I
boats Model 71
FURNITURE uphol- j 1 FRYERS-For sale. 65c pound. fully Railroad racing cars. -14 ft. runabout. 71, h banks. Park.
SCHOOL OP REAL EAT.law and stered. Paul's REFIHD.. 2611 drs.e. and delivered on order. .upple.Haley's. 214 N. Orange, 6668. BAT trailer. All red p. ELECTRIC BROODER-Size for 5 POWER VNrI'S-.GM Diesel. Chrys-
8. Funeral-Floral Designs practice. Prepare E alumium. chickens and several coops. let Allis
leather Chalmers and Wisconsin
Washington Dial 2-1168. 2-69. AUTOMATIC WAFFLE IRONS: Combination 5, 3
St. i ..t .teena Glendonjo Dr.ELECTRIC ._ _ _ _ GOLF CLUBS. leather bal; $75.
brokers and salesmen. 139 E Pine sandwich Fair Store. month sacrificing best I Service and parts. 1 to 150 HP
SPRAYS and deslsns for Spe- :FRUIT SHIPPING BASKETS Bush IrU : Phone 7076.GUIARH..au.n.
FE Phone 6566.SHOL iRSANDIOfiiiln 20 I Iyrs. 10 West Church Sret. 120 W. Pine 1 2 REFIGEATORSNe. Farm Horn Machinery Co.. 430 W
Cental Florda Deliveries twIt.daily el and \i bushel .ue.. Amco Feed 424 t p.m and used:
services. Azalea OF ADULT Eduratln Ap experience. Modern equipment. I Store. 300 W. Robinson; 5663. AARTEN GA KITCHEN-Com- Anderson c. and $329; rdu"ed : prompt 115 Robinson.
steel with
Casselberry. Winter Psychology Work suaranteed. Licensed,. Prompt gas refrigerator BLACK WALNUT lu.r.ntpe de r.$
6hop .Ith
Iul LUMBE2 livery; ph. E Miller. .
Phone I efficiency. ParUment.n Law 10rce ervice. C. R. Burke. 7851. rUICAirandm.1 DLa.. range sink and cabinet. Ideal for loads' Sacrifice 120 W. 3324. plk. .tel music r.,1 $
2-2L p.r. Amelia
'ful Public SlkU.Cls starts Jan. small apartment. 1 unit only avail Pine 1 to 2;_after 6. Court. ELECTRIC PLANT-For rrl-elec- 70 upstairs.
Dec. 15th. HOME SERVICES-General repairs; Kuhl Ave _ _ eron the Onan .
6th able. Modern Appliances. Inc.. 428 trlct see GOLF CLUBS wIth bag; lad'a.
10. Baby Sitters-Child Care 'I' Phone 6566. Or- roofing new construction. Go any- BICYCLEuls. In good condition. in stock. Cohoon Machinery Ph water
E Pine St. DowsweH. HONEY-Fine flavor; 5-lb. cans 1.75; N. Orange moel 237-W. Wmter Park. PUMPS-All types of Doming
where. Ph. 3191. Wib telephone 8966. 138 W. No
delivered in Orlando and ; South systems for farm and home
MACHINES Electric. S16S, -Space gas. One with 7
HOUSES by Steam-Lux Expert
A good Xmas "Ift. Lessor's Apiaries. new. pink ELECTROLUX Vacuum Cleaner burners two with 2 radiant down payment. 36 months to pay
Co. 390 N. Orange :
ness Equip.
excellent car. pro"le[ 16. Travel Information process. Stay clean longer than by Pine Castle. immediate delivery. Florida Busi-Ave and cream collapsible. Price $8. Brand new. Original p.cka"e. Never burners: like new. 1223 Montana. service. Farm & Home Machinery

103 1. Hanrd. 2-3296. any other metho. Very reasonable.Estimates KNGFuITDlciou tree Phone 5454. Telephone 2-8081. been used. Hakes wonderful Xmas Co.. 430 W. RoMnson.

TINY TOT DAY KURSERY-Mrs. w. I AIR. BUS. STEAMSHIP Reservations fre. St.am House Washing for COFFEE TABLE Winthrop mahogany If: 9766.LCRIC. HEATERS-Circulating oil. Florence
Co. Phone
R. Corbeau R N. 319 E Rollini.Phone and tickets. Authored alent all from my own King Groves. We ship immediate Fla. Pipe and ,I desk: Frigidaire. 1 burner oil Automatic eon- The exclusive pot-type burner increases
lines. HEATER CLEANING furnaces only select band picked fruit. Guaranteed delv. tove. bedroom chair 2 IONS lock Joint and
SuD.nd Bue.. 3 He.ter Supply Co.. Church. Ph. 6118. ; gas beaters Proctor. Samn heating efficiency 100% Porcelain PIPE-Portable .ip
East 5301. thoroughly vacuum ceaned. in good order. 1S1 See at 701 E. Concrd. Hardware. 102 W. Joint for grove and farm irrigation
delnrl Bumby enamel finish inside and outside
WILL 67.fr'o: g gTelephon. Living AIR. BUS. tour repaired for Winter. Ph. 5665. discount more bushels. Also AIRPLANE CAR-Large enough for COA ; Cunh. !! easily cleaned Can't discolor. Florida Pipe ti Supply Co $3 i
American Flyer
I TLc buuundoI05. ELECTRIC -
child from 3 to 5 Child's
: and uUyauthorized HOUSE WASHED Screens .nC nice orn"e for home use. Poe a yrs. 40. Lionel. HO gauge locomotives and I i Outer doors open for quick radiant w. ctaurca. 6118.
excellent condition: 3 good
and bonded travel consul like paint bushel grapefruit 65c a bu.h.l. .troler.
Ll sell all cheap. 1013 CAMERA-Reflex; 46 with F 4.5 accessories. Southland Hobby Shop. heat. Accurate non-clogging burner PUMPS electric deep and shallow
W K CnR eveninel. tant Convenient downtown office Fee work guaranteed Free tangerines to. customers. 1401 Montana. any or lens with case fine condition $65: 217 N. Main opposite P. 0 j control. One piece all welded steel welL Easy payments nothing down

Wuhnlon 2-101. [ ro'. from Chamber of Commerce C.1 Autrey. 6326. _ _ _ W. Washington St.MARTIE'S Del vacuum cleaner with attachments and body. December special. $59 5O. Walter and as little as $5 per month BtV-
I Building. Orlando Travel Service; 118 HOUSES WASHED-Windows cleaned ARMY SURPLUS-Desks. home office 125. corner Cambridge Ave. ELECTRIC SAW-Portable. 8-in. J. Wiicox. Service & Sales since many Well Drilling-Pump Supply.

4 i Y. EXIDCRferen"ea E. Central; ph. 8393. general Sepairs, free ; radio p.rt. clothing andshoes. Winter Garden Rd. Orlo Vista. 9-ln. Wappat In metal carryingcase 1936. 61 K Robinson Ave. Winter Garden Rd. 1 mile east of

Jlht. : I BRISTOL TENN.-VA. via Atlanta Any small house in e.Umat. FRDTT STORE will ship large C S i Willard A Keiser. Vogue Theater Cole Vista Orlando; phone 70S7.
Oran"e .
ENJOY NEW YEAR'S EVE. leave I and Knoiville. Lull Dec. 28. ashed.I5_ Ph 2-4213 CoUDI. Gilt Boxes of tree ripened fruit for Army and. Navy Surplus 444-446 W. CIRCLTIGHEATRInamrl: I block. Colonialtown: 5136.ELECTRICAL HEATER-Oil burner. Sufficient for PHONOGRAPH -Electric. Emerson

your chde. at the Tiny TotNursery. Want 1 or 2 Call Mrs. MIRRORS-RESILVERED;; made -to you. A fres picked and h.ndp."ke Church.BICYCLEBoy's. dition. 710 Edeewater Dr. SUPPLIES'-ltornes wiring. 5 room house. Copper tubing and Good condition. Telephone 2-7193

p m. to 10 a.m. Reg I Morse. 268 Green. Eustls. Fla. order window glazing class. OrndoGass your order now. 101 Sh.nn Challenger entrance ".bl.. wall boxes.switches. 55 gal. tank. $99.75. Ph. Monday a m. for information.
Opn charge. 7687 for Nassau. : Oranl Blossom Trail, phone 3-2868. never been 50. Call CRIES. TUMpES. Tombn. duplex re"eptaclea .te. H. 2-2328 .
Steed nuns 1 Ph CRUISES-Havana and All &Mirror Wks : 5249. H "Fairish Hardware. 220 S. OrangeAve. PIANO-Checkering, good condition.
eapns. Orlando Tra"e Agency I Music Shoppe. 18 Arcade. Phone HEATERS-Electric, circulating oil. $100. Phone 5O82. after 1 o'clock.

18 : 8393._ OFFCCHiEREPAIREU' Girl's and boy's. ED Phone 5O60.CA'LORIC Maauder 2-184. water. Stove pipe, elbows dampers.
11. Special Notices I NAVEL ORANGES-The finest Fla. lish type. CaU 7876. no ELECTRIC RAZORS mln.tO Wyckoffs Hdw.. 2524 Kuhl
HAVANA. HOLIDAY All-Ex George S. Main St. phone : I W. A. Jon and Company 415 W
CBA. Stuat. 1 bu. Delicious GAS RANGE 30 gal. table $12 Schick.
pense Travel Service 8158. I frui. 11.5 Juice or call 6189 _ _ _ _ _ __ _ top. gas water heater- Foursme. 5. 10. 125 HEATERS-One wood heater and 1 Robinson Ave. Phones 8712 and 9609It
Wonderful tangerines. : 7 ft. Servel E Kaley.
BROKERS My _ _ _
ATTENTION prop 30 E. Pine Street. Phone 5301._ 1.00. BOAT-Uke light boat 12 one coal and wood heater. Telephone Pays to see os first.
arty located at 712 Floral PL"TP.prb.naers. Your work j II 00. Irapfrult. 1.5 .a. refrl"er.tor. good condton. Ib. RANGE 4 burn .
ft. all Bait box and oars. 7042.RiAiRS..See
has been sold. Mrs. W. O. Church- NEW YORK-Leaving Tuesday mom- experiencedmen. b.sket. 55 pr cpres. 215 Black P. O. Box 179. Oo. ECIC ETAT. well; guaranteed; PIAIdO-George Bteck baby grand
field. log; take J passengers. Ih 329 L. E Price & Son. Phone 4626. bloks of Fern"reek.OANGS 3-3432 Sunday oreven logs. Fla. $100. 527 Palmer.ELECTRIC dep. the new model. 3155. Ph. 2-0408.

I _ _ _
BEDROOM SUITE-Maple twin: maho.anl Perfection heater with pilot Iwht-
PIANO TtjNlNQandrepairlng.Qual- COFFEE
Ideal for tIre-
grapefruit $1 steel. 3 -
BOAT TRIPS from Mt. Dora Silver busbe kitchen din URN5talnes D.G MACHINE Will heat 9.200 cubic ft., of
desk space.
t 17. hauling and Moving reasonable : ".bl'et Piece .
ity workmanship at I ?. SOc peck: bring Tw and 1. 10 Now available. Several Kelvinator places. No dirt easy to handle
Spring through the b.utlu prices Fully guaranteed. Call 5300.Associated 'j cont.Ier: D. M. Harreln. Gtha rom suites: daveno: Oppr- gal. Harris Rstaurnt. 122 N. Orange Dept. Bumby Hardware.m.ke. 102 Kelvinator deptBumby Hardware $1.20 per gallon. Smith Lumber Co.
Oklawaba Wise Boat tunity Shop next to 102 W. Church.HOME
Rnr. Woro' AERO MAYFLOWER TNSI C. Store for immediate senIre. I pst No Orange and Railroad.
phona Dora. Fla.FOB Lone distance ORANGES-SI bushelnlerIM" office. W. Cunb. FREEZERS-KeUinator. now
movll. Cal I S1.25. 65e I4. Gr.pfrult. : bas CEDAR CHEST-Governor Winthrop REFRIGERATORS-Philco POSTS fence cypress: 7 ft 2to
Hardware. Kel-
Van and freeestImates : available at Bumby
YOUR SHOPPING connDence e PLASTERING and stucco. Repair Jobs \ ket. 45c: pick. Grove. desk glider: cabinet oil heater G. ELCRIC for immediate delivery. 3-inch butt. $15 hundred. 4 to 5-
hours are now. ; also local movll. storge. and Ralph Molar. I sP. BEDS twin: mahogany: all S35 2-2904 E. and Servel vinator Department. 102 W. Church.
01 ltr. a.m. .ork. Windermere. gas refrlleratorl tabletop Limited quantities. Easy terms. Per- inch butt. $25 hundred. Can Winter
P.m. Herman's Lal packing cratIng & Orange Blossom Trailer Park OP,ORANGES 75 fob office gas range: Boy's bicycles due Radio Sales Service. 221 N. HACK SAW-Heavy duty power, less Park. 598. Littletree Co.
400 S. Division 7988. express
2 W. Church St. : ph. polite Duck Inn. 1 AlE motor. Prac breakfast set. $20: roll-away & motor lika new; $35. Ph. 8749 or
Juice 'tic. your contaIner BAT-PIY"o. Main 23732.ELECTRIC PAINTS of an types. Outside water
ASSURED LOW rates household ship or.n"e. Ideal Xmas sift bed: 2-0662.
fireplace maple bedroom
HAND MADE pillow doilies sugges- 3330 Kuhphone 2-8154. tle.ly RANGE-3 deep proofing paint Special varnish tot
c.a. N. Y-, all 8328.BICYCElrl. nt. unfinished "hest. burner.
Shine. and
ment. SpaU.t c..t lions Reliable painters recommen- corner IRRIGATION SYSTEMS and supplies and beat
pot holders and on. table PECANS Shelled well cooker and oven. Very goodcondition. i acid alcohol resisting us.
Jumbo halves china
So. :
see Margaret Weaver at Jones t Ornl. ded. Hatch. 61. At Glidden's.PAINTING : 26'. $17 light weight cabln.t. and other furniture $90 Fh for groves farms, lawns Florida Mills & Nebraska.PIANOMarshall
overstocked sacrifice .
: $1.25 lb. 627 1051
c Camp on Lake fllarney.Yla. ,. Orl.ndo.06. 1217 Noble off South Ave near underCLOTHES :092. I Pipe & Supply CPu $30 W. Church: and MendeL
Park Lake Ave.
Job Fled.ec long.
p. Velvet.
bv Mls Good condition. SITS 306
2-4680. light moving and haullnseasonable ered Fond. Re,1. TURKEYS-All sizes. Hickory smoked Automatic.l's BASKETS-Sturdy split satin lned "Itb ho. lapin trimmed ICE CHEST "KampKold" portable right.
Pharmacists PUMP
BASEMENT E. Amelia after 5 p.m. and all day
Fre 1245 Orange
delve $
GET YOU. E.LIVE end Shrimp of Eau at BeDaPer. ratd. Juan Pharmacy Orange &Central laken ready Rd.to Call"ne.6913.C. D. Wilder. Inter- H. P $50. DeWalt saw. 3 phase. Stores clothes Co .bsket.. $2 to 1.50.2-3163.Knox Ave.;. ,Winter once.Park.: rear apart ice chest complete with carrying Sunday

FULFORD VAN & STORAGE CO.- Inside $150. Ph 2-1760 or 5951. Pne. handles. $11.25. Knox Stores Co.. 25
Boats motors and tackle. or out. Our complete ment. PIANOS Spinet. Superbly styled
Can handle load part load to CROCHETED TABLE E Pine. Phone 2-3163.
or or CLOTH
Wa keep live mullet for ocean fishInc. service includes plaster patch- ENGINES Gasoline. distillate and and constructed using the famous
Clean modern cabins ovemlht from Ilnol.. and 135 Mass.N. Main.For estimates ina. floor and furniture rdln.hlna SWEET POTATOES BICYCLE-Boy's 26 In. $15; 2-74. for Christmas. 2418 Helen St. Diesel engines- for agricultural and ICE BOX-100-lb. capacity. Cooler- Winters aluminum tone plate. Dark or

week or month. Lou HeD. :286 or and miner structural | CROSLEY RETRIGERATO cu. industrial Florida Pipe ator. Reasonable. 749 Royal Palm bleached mahogany. A deposit will

FIDELITY STORAGE and Warehouse ft GaYle. 'kense& bonded contrac-i I 2'j BICYCLE-Large; tricycle; ft : excellent condition: .unit; Supply Inst.latons.. Church. 6118. Court. Colonial Gardens. hold for Xmas delivery. Robinson
priced right
for .
quick sale.
MASSAGE Blenderlzing.Dee. Gilbert's.BoUd. Co.. agents for Allied Van Lines tort Ph 2-193._ _ _ _ A"re. Count 1919-M-l. innerspring m.tre. several good $225: see- at 630 W Princeton. & I INLAID LINOLEUM-We supply and Music Co.. 531 N. Orange.

W.prices Yale;trul Ladles only. 106 i Inn. Information without obligationlocal PIE CUT and threaded to your spe felt matress" ; pre-war metal CEDAR SHNGL -Last a lifetime; FIEPLCEcEEN57.2S-UP Install materials on sink tops and PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENT For

2-218. on and lone distance movlnc. clk.tlon Florida Pipe & Supply beds. __ $5.25 Lumber Co.. N. ''uP Smyth Lumber Co.. N. Orange floors. Call Avdoyan. 2501 Edsewater homes, schools and parks. Place
NOTICE TO ALL BROKERS Myproperty All pakin. storing and cratlnc. :6 Co ._ ._Church: phone ellS. 2 One SIS.: 0rangeandailroad.CARPET Dr Phone 2-1215. Christmas orders now. On display
Jackson. 231.84.KNOLLENBEROS RIPE early oranges right from the BICYCLE- err. sm.l. andrailroad._ _ _ _
located at 1015 Shady C.1 PLUMBING Gas BIKiil. trees. We pack and ship. Allen One large. $ 29 N. SWEEPERS-5issell' carpet I Chaise-lounge down IRISHMAIL-Like new. $10. Doll at Southern Metal Fabricating. Pin
Lane has been sold by Larry. PoweU storage crating- LalllK. suaranteed Fitig Grove. Lake Underbill. Ph. 7684. BICYCLE-Excellent s-Ne.16" sweepers. Hi-Low ball Bearing I cushioned: -rose velvet cover; carriage. $5. Toy piano. $$. AU Castle. Call 5914.
Broker. Mrs. Fannie L Residence 1729 Grand. ,1r Bumby 102 W. Church St. good condition Call 8207. ROASTERS-Enamel and aluminum
agent for Deicher's- Long WE SHIP tree-ripened fruit anywhereIn Victor oscillating Man's Kleinwrist l Had..re. French provincial E. Gore.
HOTICE TO CopraUa Brokers Diotane the watch Lady's Jewelled I CABINETS novelties, .me- KITCHEN CANS White enamel roasters In several sizes Knox
Moving. 506 Macy St. Dial pAINTNGde.orU.Wok U.SA. the same day it is .nio bokrel etc tur
Property of L Aloma LONG B COston picked. Direct from my grove to rIfles. Apt. 1. 320 before tp. woodworking FRNIRE. Gas D.ne.. Orlando kitchen step-on cans in attractive Stores Co 25 E. Pine. Phone 3-3163.

Section. Winter has been aold. DISTANCE MOVING A I Phone 3245.PAL'TING roots mer. Block's. 18 W. Church St.TESAIELEONfO28 pm. . Conway Rd. at Bumby.CLOCKEELECTRIC . Maitland designs. Also good supply of other RADIO Table model, walnut cab
White Bros.. Realtor_ _ _ points. Packing crating local :30 _Ave near Under.s.FR garbage pails Bumby Hardware. 102 inet. 3-band reception $30. Call
and decorating Interior
ing. Suddath Moving it Storage Co.. in Or- 'TPechron. lamb tuxedo
NOTICE TO ALL BROKERS My 115 W. Columbia. Phone 8154. and exterior. Just *s you want it. e.r finest BED. single: complete: call 3-3432. "General Electric," and ." CAT-Perl.n Made by Marvhall w. Church St. 2-2519.

property located at 1021 W. Yale I Guaranteed satisfaction reasonablePhone citrus fruit to any part of United Al styles. Johnson Electric Co.. 23 .Field &1118.. 55 Orange KITCHEN CABINET $25. 52 inch cast RADIO-.Stromberg-Carison console

.Powell.been listed e"custel. C.with Tapp.Larry STORAGE Furniture SpAC and lo.l hauling Telephone -: 33:3.pLrRPATCIXG States and Canada See Leon for BOAT-14 ft Dundee light wel"tt Church. Phone 5186. Place. Maitland. lot 13..tret north of iron white enameled sink with Has short wave. $35. Party Mavlng-

Har Winter 01 Park.merc.nW.. Also Stucco your gift package for perfection 50 cedar plank. brass screws; COLEMAN GAS FLOOR furnace; all underpays*. apron and fixtures $30. 20 gal. galvanized town 14 N. Lawsona.

NOTICE T A BROKE My Telephone West Central Avenue: phone 4232. gle cylinder outboard Both new con oil for furnace; both used. gas water heater $10 Sec at RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT sections
at Prices
Ph New, Used
property NewHampshire FURNITURE. 314 Ridgewood Ave. Phone 5603.
13t 9948 i i'AINTING Bargain: Ph. Winter Park Dr. Vulcan ranges 1 Universal
18. Laundry Wort dton. :3 Vlrlnl. beds chests and rock
been by Larry
baa i is i 32. Articles for Rent I Coal -V.nlte. LAWN SPRINKLING systems Easy dishwasher 2O en. ft. reach-in refrigerator
PoweU. Broker. E. H. Barnes. -House painting an art; ; R CIRCULATING HEATER- oro. T.lephone Winter Park 1134.
your own with mod conserve your money. Improve your double. and a single Can be seen at 222 Ridge 250.r. S Orlando payments. Surveys and estimates water cooler with glass
NOTICE T A BRKEs LUNDRY-D 60c per hour home. Paint safe. P. Curtis; BULLDOZER with palmetto rake and BEDBunk.: .. Also circulatingwood Telephone 6090. Av.FRNIREODD without obligations. Fla. Pipe and filler. 9 cu. ft. commercial freezer.

property 'euipment Laundry. rental. 8520 for .St.nel disc. Hourly or "ontr.ct Free heater: porcelain Icebox 50 lb.capacity. AND ENDS Ice Supply Co.. 63O W. Church: Fh. 6118. This equipment may be purchased
etm.ts.PUfBISOSEV CAMERA-Movie. Unisex 8-mm. and heaters apartment |
yard has ben sold by Lar P01eU Washington:-6924. e.tmatf. Phone 2-2:7. Will sell cheap. Ph. LAVi'N CARTS-Steel body, rubber together or in separate units. Can
central a projector. Factory Telephone Florence oil
Broker. Ann P. CE-Wet size electric stove to this
Av see
ovrhauled I at 428 N. Orange *
ln. Co. 15 N. DRAGLINE- .34 ,d. Jarco Corp. 2-1O08. 2-O631 ,' odd tires. Bumby Hardwace. 102 West
ranee range
e"nln. gas Inc.
NOTICE TO AL1. BROKERS-My 19. Services OfferedAWNINGSCANOPIES Bryan. Day 2-2236. Night" 7538. Box 3468. Orlando Fla. Ph 3-14 I BOATS. Two. New. 16 ft inboard CAMERA-Mercury .2. And '1 chairs. coil springs .t". dlnlnl is rom. Church Street. equipment. Modern Appliance

property located at 1123 W. Yateshaa Rtfo- or _ utility 14 forrowing I : .t .s is Jenkins Furniture Dch.nae. LAWN SWEEPERS sizes. $34 and ROOF COATING-Protect your roof
AND runabut skif Never used. Price $65. 4as I
been sold by Larry UPHOLTERY.Dr.ri.n- OADER I prr.s. for the winter. $2.50 for a 5-gai.
Powel Bro For traUerLPor"h ed stay FLOOR AND ErERals or oUlbed motor Geo.O Muriel: 8982 : 2-3795. $44. Bumby Hardware. 102 West .
ker. Fred Holder. curtains tarpaulins. Venetian Colors revive. Cleaned In your home. cabl and J. O. Box 94. Rock- FURNITURE and Church Street can. At Glidden's.REFRIGfRATOR

BANTA CLAUSE SERVICWi via blinds. Made to order. Estiates. Use SKSln same day. Phone 3-1233. Wyrkoffs Hdw.. 2524 Kuhl. 2-2821. I I ledge._Fla._ _ _ _ _ _ CASE Cheap.TRACTOR Pharr's and Service diM. New Station.tires. I odd pieces Ru.bdln. for LIBRARY TABLE Antique hand- -O E : chest draw.

it private f.mUel phone 9826. Florida A.Da' .. Orlando Dr.ceanrr.. 716 Franklin FLOOR SANDERS New American"B" BICYCLES One 07'1 24 in. One Cnnwsy Road. Ph. 24830CAMERAMfreur rash Slaughter FUrlltur Co.. 48 carved dragon-les: G.W.T.W.lamp ers: vanity and bench dresser,
evenlnu. 2 Winter S. Hughey. bookcase. 4 pair cold
croups .R St. ed.r. 26 in. .od condition I' West Central 2-4142 chinafish dish set: china clock; fireplace set:
Part for appointment.SPIRITUAL ALLIS CHALMERS SERVICE and ROOFING AND SIDING applicator C. R. Burke. 1805 R.sn.ble. 'r.t: .Irl' tires. Reasonably priced. 224 2. alp, Itil T N K Hudson seal size 38. hanging lamp Chinese table and mirror drapes; mirrors. 42 W. Concord,
RIGS dally. 44H parts; tractora and power unt. 12 mo guarantee: Harvey Roades. HOSPITAL BEDS w E Copeland Dr parls. Teeph"ne 8275. Telephone 4771 for further information mahogany stand with scat. Buy 2-0074 or 2-2HS2 _ _ _ _

W. Church .; .. from 8:30: to Par and Home Machinery .. Orange _Blossom Trailer Park. Orlando Service.elhalr BEDROOM SUITES Living room CAGES. BIRDNDPRROT-Nlr I that last minute Christmas silt here. RECORD PLAYER, electric portable;
4'3O: I.ne Tuesday afternoon 2:30; W. Robinson; phone 2-271. work. tIns Ct Oy"en. night 9617. suites chairs chests kitchen cabinet Wesches. 210 W. Church. Ilk* new: includes SO good reeTds -

round evening ROOFING REPAIR or .. Bumby Hardware. 102 W. Church St. FURNITURE New and ..d. Pay : call 4511. _ _ _ _
7 t.bl meUa WedM.1 ALARM CLOCKS REPAIRED-Any No Work TYPEWRITERS makes also adding sofa etc 1329 19th St. I cash and save 10 to 25 per cent LAWN MOWERS-"Maytag" gasoline
ca&el Frld. 2 kid of clock or electric C oblu.ton. pay. Roll and machines by week monthOffice CROCHETED B E D S P lfE A DTand Furniture Co., lawn mowers Bumby Hardware. RUGS-2 felt maroon; 9x13 and lox
eupment or I purchase.
4. By D.D. I your B.s
t R" fi everything. Repai shingles to lre.'b 8510.: Smith ft Equipment Exchange Smith- t.bl.cloth also baby sets. Needlework Iln' 625 W. Church St. Phone 5820. 102 West Church Street. 10. Baby bed and mattress Fb

SPENCER SUPPORTS Individually Shop. W. Central. Ph Son. Winter Garden Road at city Corona A"ent. 220 S. Main St.; 5 ft In "r.te.BuilIn Novelty Shop. Highway 441 at LEVELS Aluminum levels. 18. 28 and 22915.

.deiline 1202 E. Washington. Ph. BEAD AND PEA STRINGING Imlts. _ _ TYPEWRITER RENTALS Special 885. BAT TBNe.tYP 95. Rogers Trailer Fruitland_Park._Fl. 48 inch. Knox Stores Co.. 25 E. RADIO PHONOGRAPH combination.A .
J. W.rrn Expert Je.er rpai. Jere Beery RUGS UPHOLSTERY CANE.: monthly and quarterly ratCherk lO Orange Blossom CHURNS. RIC=gallon.also I' FURNITURE FOR SALE-A real bar Pine. Phone 2-3163. surprise Christmas present given

Jeweller Expert workmanship with George Stuart 13 B.: Ti.BICYCE2 old-fashioned "hurn bedroom suite with LANTERNS Electric.. "Coleman" with each radio combination. Special

12. Lost and Found BULLDOZER and fire disc; will rentwith uxranteed mothproofing service.oen'r.Ph j MalnJSt. phone 8158. from 2 to 6 a.lons. Bumby H.rdw.r. laln.plee and innerspring gasoline and oil. Knox Stores Co.. at Walter J. Wilcox'a ServIce and
or without operator. Write 2-2990. Kl..nI2. Co. of Orlando. I 102 W_ _ _ mattress was $l25-now S1OO; goodplans 25E_ Pine. Phone 23163.MAN'S Sales since 193$ 61

JC BIL H.WST-Laather.Lucht; Box 376 Sta.BUIIGRepaln. RADIO and small appll nreJt.lr I I iOLRENTALP.lntpr.nr: : sk boys': 24 and 26-i Inch. CASH REGISTERS Immediate delivery -I and bench. $125. 2-piece overstuffed I OVERCOAT Medium size. PHONOGRAPH Beautiful

Minnesota. Ott please Oa. .. painting: sat- .n". Work Fre flooring equipment. concrete mixer Jl"e New tires; S20 and on Nationals and Ohmen.I I U"lnl room suite. $49 50: taI crey. $20. Lady's coat size 14. most General Electric combination with

64 .. Concord Ave. t tacton ; reasonable pirk-up and Iuaantf. city. and misc. Young's Tol Rental. 100 13. 1725 E. Kaley. 1 New and rebuilt. Florida Cash Regis ble mode battery radio. $35: 9-piece excellent condition. $20. Ph. 23716. 2 short wave bands priced right for
Caldwell Harvey. Ph. 2-1972. W. standard. ter. 220 S. Main; 8850. room suite. S22S; quick sale. Box 354 8-8tar.
Washington. TUB New American
services dln.
Box -
MAN'S OVERCOAT Imported wool.
DOG LT-Ta. and white collie. prsna lpclalt BAT 7-drawer . $32 50: "Sim PLAYER .$15 bus( It: 121O
333. Phone CASH RECORD
right hand corner. S75. REGISTER-Scale. Write Box
8la. R U-HAUL-IT Rental trailers. All I size 39 short stout. S5O. 55 Orange
VldDtl Rd. C.1 '686 FIERATION-EViC I 707. St mons" babe bed with innerspring East Amelia Ave corner Mill St
23073.BATleded Florida.
DOG LOST Vicinity of Conway Road. BULLDOZER SERVICE Clearing types and sizes for every purpose. _ _ _ _ Io'l: __ $27 SO: rollaway bed. com Place. Maitland. 1st street north
Brown and white collie. Please call grubbing and grading. Also pan refrieerators expertly repaired bF Efldent and courteous service. Fair cypress for CAMERAS We buy sell trade and m.tre.. 50: 25 lb. capacity Ice box of underpass. ROOF COATrNG-"Bird's. Same old

7886. work and palmetto rake. Phone trained: technicians All work guar Service Fairbanks and : 12 ft. $50: 14 ft. repair all kinds of cameras. Also a S14 50.S cook range. $65: gasrange. MIMEOGRAPH MODEL No. 78 Mim- quality same old price. Smith

2-4427. J. T. Murdock. anteed. Willard & Keiser. 709 Clay S. Winter Park. 979.OTHE'ORKYOURE. $65. Also higher priced boats. Trailers full line of supplies and photo fin- $15: 2-bnrner t.bl. type oil eoscope Illuminated drawing board: Lumber Co.. N Orange and railroad

ENVELOPE LOST containing lnu- BUILDING Information and Mills. Colonialtown: Ph. 5136. H'I Rent i boat and luggage. Fishing equip ishing. Camera Dept. at City Luggage stove. $10 : "Nesco" table top oil stylus pens and stencils; see Sunday; REFRIGERATOR O. E.; chest

papers and money. help of AVIC.Call on Mills & ment. I sell buy or trade. Open Sunday I & Jewelry Co. Orange and Church range. $75:: 3-burner Florence .I I Sea Horse Shell Shop at 1232 29thSt. drawers: vanity: bench: dresser

counter of Fa. Ban Reward. CaU Nebraska.CONCRETE. 1d RADIO REPAIRING Dependable I costs very little. Smyth Lumber. I. ; a m. The Fix-It Shop. Phone 673 CHRISTMAS TREE STANDS'-AH stove $27.50: single ovens new. $ S Orange Blossom Trail. fireplace set: bookcase phono-radio

M: _ _ _ _ SERVICE Floors. and economical rp.lr. by factory N. Orange and Railroad. !I White. Leeburg.sioA'rioii. metal Just a SI 95 Knox kitchen cabinet $35: 5-piece br..kfast MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS Several combination. 4 pairs cold drapes:

HAT LOST-New blue. In DlcksonIvea driveways steps and- walks. rofs. trained terhDrl.n. "Scotty" : .. $32 50. 12 ft. ,47:5. Stores Co 2: E. Pne lef. 2-3163. set. $22.50: electric range $125: new models Just received. Used Instruments mirrors; 2-2852 after 10 Sun. or

bac. Lost on Orange Ave. Lb best engineering workmanshipand at Brltts 'Gner.l Electric" store, ,33. Articles for Sale 1 I. '62. Also higher I Service sta wo heaters from $1: baby high Accordions twirling ba- 2-0074. _ _ _ _ _
eral reward. Winter Park I 356 N. Phone 8942. and made CAfCREGITRUsd. Thurmond Furniture -
C.l Free For Ornle bat. boats are new Motor S Sewell tons. Yelton Music House 218 N. RACING OUTBOARD Hydroplane,

LOST-Thursday. one mU. south of material, of all e.tmate., 6780or ANTIQUES-China. art goods, silver. cpres. Above prle are Supply. 316 W. Ruemore Co.. 7 W. Pine St. Phone 4070. Rosalind. Call_7583. two. and one SO h p. Evinnde with
Apopka on old highway 2 .ete 9:3.Buchanan Concrete Co. REFRIGERATION SERVICE Commercial Also modern furniture Private sales lo only as long as presnt .t.k I Central MAN'S SUIT-Size 37. Finest blue 18 in. driveshaft housing. Like new
doss 1 male. Prince i First come first No CIRCULATING HEATER 2-burner I 1206 E. Kaley Ph. 4628
: blark and ; and household repairs.Good and auction Terrific bargains Or Cheap :
CONTRACT home Hne. oil Price S2S. 27 Wen Copeland serge. New. $22 worth double seeK
1 female. Nancy almost BULINGNe. more boats will be thetaprices.
all white; commercial T work charges reasonable. Fer- lando's largest collection. flemIng Dr Ph. 21607.DIAMOND FISHING TACRo. reel. 2'i you'll want It Please call after SERVICE-CYCLE new. $185.
name A. O. Martin Apopka on Col- cuson Refrigeration Service Auction Sales. 733 W Chur"b. Open all day Sunday F-I HP doable !
P. FulUrd. 133 E. Concord; 9752 2-156. Johnn motr. 5p_ m. 1214 N Mills Sell or trade. Bee at 134 West
lars. Reward. Ph. Apopka 2591. 2-32. .r. I Shop. Leesburg. Fla. RINGS-Ldy'. unredeemed barrel shotgun. Reasonable: 1627 i Church Street
CONTRACTOR and builders Cleaned; Pano keyboard. 120 1 I I MIRRORS -Lone french mirrors for
MONEY BAG LOST-Tan sipper top. New sanitary base hohner. BEAUTYREST : Met".1 ParkLakeAve._ _ _ _ _ 'I
We pumping equipment. Rca- Tomal. CaroUna MTEE BIde I mantle. Price $20 each CaU32573.HEDICINECABINETS$5.50 STOVE-Electric. 4 burner oven $50.
Lost in Post Office. Liberal reward. budi. remoelnl. rpalll. sonable. Burke's Sewage Disposal. Rt. Moon Trailer Park.I _ _ | .prnK. twin: Wahe __ FR-CAT-Lu"urlou. natural squir to $26. I Bear Lake Road, on Bear Lake;
611 W. Robinson; 5600 19. rugs .: oil tank; nurse'suniforms DOOR
shop. Austin & Greet, 2309 N. Orange Box 231: 2-678. I ANTIQIJEVANITY-Sachelor' mirror -i Ph. 50Ial- I eled JAMB5e.lned-okbv- : size 1618. I See our office display Smyth Lum- I Suhrie.i _ _ _ _ _

MANS BLC BILL lost near phone 3-311 or 2-O681. SEPTIC TANKS I STAL fnd I coffee table: Monterey cobbler's : Builders Cabinets made to i Winter Park 105 her Co N. Orange and railroad. i| SAXOPHONES and tenor In
South M St: rward. Ph CEMENT cleaned. State I bench skin ermine neck piece also STOLRTavlorTot. In- h.rt.a. Marten. 3 I good condition: must sell; SOI 39th
BLK. brick and concrete Year bed. I your Van Wyen. 711 ECK-PIEcEtone MOVIE CAMERA-8 MM like stew;
In b usinese. capelet. short Telephone I .
Call lamb
3-3791. 6730 or I Persian coat seal St corner Dlvlsion-29th.
Small Alter.tt Jackson off W. Fairbanks Winter St.
contract $50: worth S75: 210 E South
i Ph 3-3178 week days.
MANCHESTER TERRIER LOST Jobs preferred. Box 365 7:7 for .nk. I stole. 72 In. Ion: other Ibln. Call 2-0. I SEWING MACHINE-.Stager, electric
Mixed. Name. Toots". Short tail. S-t.r. SEPTIC I Winter Park 464 W p.m. BICYCLES-Boy's 24" and girl's 26"; Pak. brown squirrel; MAHOGANY WATERPROOF PLY
installed afer FUR COAT Genuine portable. Seen at 218 Park Lake
1833 Jasmine Ave.; 3-2302. Reward. CLEANING and carry AND prices PRESSING save- Cash you .TANK s"e pumped Gr.. tr.p ; I| Sunday and all week. priced. to sell; :i S. Eola Dr. Ph. A-I rendition-: size 12. Reasonable. WOOD and durable for your Also new perfect boat.for Beautiful pan-- Ave.

PUPPY LOST-Blark corker: Plea money. Brine os wi Eu drain fields Sanitary Septic i i: ANDIRONS-Handsome wrought Iron. 5O63.I DEEP WELLS C.l M21. elina. Mills A Nebraska. SHOTGUN New Remington automatic

call 5040 cr 15 West Gore Avenue. perior Cleaner 214 Bne cothe.. Tank Co. Ph 2-3413. P.O. Box 1811. I j i I 1 I fire screen, fire set. 804 Magnolia. I. BICC-M.n'l. used, high pressure FIRE PLACE SETS AU brass h.m MOTORCYCLE 1947. English Servi- I2-cauge. model 11. with
Ph -
PIN 1.OST-Sunburst pin with pearl CONCRETE WORK: steps TREE EY-Al kinds Palm 4739 I. ties. rondlton Pbone297. AH sizes. Pumps of all types Plumb mend brass and bronze. See our cycle like new $150. Box 214. case and shells. Good bur. 1(9 E.

and diamond centr. ct walks floors septic Drlvw.. trimmed Danarustr.es I I AQCELLA-World famous water.proof BE with box springs m.tres ing fixtures and lt.l.ton. .stock Also Just received .hp Plymouth. Florida Church.

Inlet Wed. Ph. 2-1189. bonded. State Icena. our specialty. Pine tree removed -I paint for concrete and brick. saddle leather bats lk. work guaranteed. 36 pa,. ment of gas room heaters Bub,

RED HOUND LOST at Wektva River i 8714 Suther For. cheap. Lots cleared. Licensed S3 95 gallon. Smyth Lumber Co.. N. thermos Jug: .gasoline ; fire LIBBY & FREEMAN. 711 West Hardware 102 W. Church St. NAILS-8, 10. 16. 20 common nails. SHEET ROCK-9c sq. ft. Ph. (395.
01 2-220 bondt... J F. Can be bought at 33 West Grant
tatooed Ketn. 116 Irvin Orange and R.lro.d.lnRNSAnd place screen; Venetian blinds etc. Church Telephone 9869. JUICERS Also can :
in Sreet -
ear; notify Homer CONCRETE FLOORS. etc% W* form. Phone 2-1147 Ph. 2812.BICYCLM.n'. FUT opner St : phone 2-2957
Box 147 Pine Castle. pour and finish fender. S10: a real by "Dazey". i I SEWING MACHINE
_ _ concrete floors -New Home electric
SERVICE New ground Delivery Co.. call size. Balloon tires. efficient. Bumby Hardware. 102 W. OVENS for oil stoves. Stock includes
driveways TRCOR
SMALL and solid oak
wks BLC FM cocker: 14 I estimate wal. .tPI. For price Lots leveled discing. Phone I at garage.Ay condlton. $20. Telephone DAVENPORT AND CHAIR Blonde Church St IFLOUR&IP'l'ERl i one and two-burner types. Bumby ; dining room suit&S
1223 Montana Ave.
: Concrete pieces.
.. ; cU 2-256 or 2-2926. 8126. finish good condition; 1311 Hardware. 102 W. Church._
return same 803 Aye Co.P.YS. 2-726 wool blankets; Eat Also 'Foley" -I
GD&AJ Available
liberal reward: no Grant: please: UPHOLSTERING-Expert work. Rea I all Si.1 taraubn.; folding cots; BRA BOARD&Ne.shipment Just Marks. ] Food StilL B 'b' Hardware.l02West ORIENTAL RUG- Genuine Chinese. shipment in 15 days-approximately.

child's pt.YOU'LL In.bl priced LeFever Upholster- pup : tents: shoes: reeivd. yours while "DOOZIT"-New Bruce pollberfo-r Church Street. I II practically new. 10x14. S35O: Bell ii Howell $579. Also Natco. $479.

IX PLAYPAYS: A 2303 E. Washington; 2-4312. combat boots: eomfort thousands of they last. Bumby Hardware 102 W. linoleum and wooden Il0rs NEW robes I I Brand new. Pheem 30 sal., automatic Camera Dept Sears. Roebuck 4c Co..

VENETIAN BLINDS Our I items at Santa pe. Morgan'sSalvaee Church St.BICYCLESTricycles.. vertised in leading magazines. S1.89 $ : rOkerl$18 95; gas water heater. S65. Lady Balova 9613.

BE HAPPY to see Sentinel-Star For Sale Ad to trained eniplo yrscanre .facrl I Store. 46 E. St. Whlzzer motor Smith Lumber Co.. N. Or.De and I sofa w SO: S3 95. watch. $35. Grant. Ocoee Trailer STANLEY PLANES-Levels. framing

make of blinds or repaint to look like ; ANTIQUES Hutand. set chIna bikes: tires and tubes. Wkof'lHd. railroad. Wimire Friure. 308 W. Cur"b.I I Camp._ _____ hammer hatchets steel

the desirable tenants a Sen- sell idle belongings now new. Orlando Venetian Blinds Mfg. I Girandole set. miror. lifts fori 2524 Kuhl.BUILDING DIAMOND RING lady's.h carat: FURNITURE SPECIALS Floor I I| OVERHEAD GARAGE DOORS : tape.square Wyckotfs Hdw.. 2524 Kuh
pay Co 1739 Kuhl Ave : 8059. I i Christmas. Marian Smith. 804 MnI V.1315-Pine Castle Base. sil vervaoeaan 4 fish set. library 7-w.r. S3 95 BOning Air mattressesand I.mp.II I Aluminum. $52 50. wooden. $67 50:

tinelStarV a n t Ad tells in and I nlh.. 20x34. .on.tru"tedh par and tier able. 719 E L"ln. box sprints Just arrived. Open I I 1 hardware only $27.50. Smyth Lumber SCOOTER-3-wbeel Custom: excel
more play-days this Sum Y-Funlturnbalt ,el o" Co.. N. Orange and railroad. lent motor. Bargain. Can 991
recovered. esti ASBESTOS SIDING SHNGLERn Ulon. 12 Delivered on your lot. DOG FURNISHINGS-Collars. henes I evenln. 'til 9 p m. through Xmas

abut your Room For mer. I mate. Call Artcraf 2200 W. Church. 'I roofing. Imitation 140. Pridgen Orange Blossom Tr.1 sea, leads bl.nk.t. to..etc ..sn. Moore Furniture Co.. 2300 I on, STOVES. Used. several models

Rent 2-0. I Your materials a Mill &Nebraska Stores Co.. 2: Phone 2-316. Edzewater Drive.et Purcell's, 301 West Church Street. I I [Continued On Next Pate]

Orange County I Fasley et u wd $10. r et nx wd $10. I et nx satisfaction of mtg. I born et ox wd $10.A. nx. agreement for I $4.277.76. I I mtg $600.George. 5 !Mtg. $600.I .

I!, James P. Wettstien et ux to Pan C Joseph A. Robertson to Sidney S Os- Charles E. Jones et u to Richard H. I B. Russell et u to Joe L Mills Jr.et Ward S. Estey nx to Marguerite B. G. Eennescy et ox to Rods Effa> Sttrditill to Phillips Industries Inc.Mtg. .

Court Records Caterlno et ux wd $10. I' bore et ux w S10. I 1 Pridgeon et ux wd '10. ux wd $10. Jubb. mtc S3.5OO.e Doyscher. mtg S3.5OO.E. $300.Melria .

I City of Orlando to Carolyn M. Frld et i ivlr 'I' Myers E Ware e nx to Howard Geary Guy A. Edwards et nx to Robert F. Edwards Jo L. Mills Jr. et nx to A. B. Russell 1 A. Culver Golden et ux to Town of ,II H. Barnes et ux to Eaton L. Plrmeret Nichols et ox to Arthur WiZi

INSTUMDT FILED i i d $10. I et ox wd 18.5. I mtc et W mtc $10.000. I Lake Maitland Inc. wd $10. ux. wd $10. Cary Mtg. $1,000.
j I 1.00. Monks et ux to Samuel T. Langley William D. WllcoxMra to Lor- Gerald A. Gay et ux to First Federal William U. Faraca et az to Loci** Shyer
Clayton Construction to Prentiss i et
Can-away et nx to First Federal I Co H I John W. Cox et ux t John Green Jr.. Louise BeU Randall to The Coterie. E u 1
Savings and Loan Assn. of Orlando Clayton et ux wd $10. !I et ux wd '10.I release of reverter. L ux wd $10. ; ralne A. Ruark. wd $10. Savings and Loan Assn. at Orlando mtc Mt Schumacker to Fred Schu- | Joseph W. 87.280. Coy W. Jamera et oz to Harold T Huater
Daniel P. Lynch et ux to
mI. 13.:0.r r Mitchell O. Willcox et ox to Te First j'I C. W. Jamerson et nx to Michael e nxwd i Wn Krentzic et nx to Charles Willis maker Enalbr mis.Williamina Andrews et ox. mtc City of Winter Park cancellation of rt B* WD SIO.
o et to McDonald Car- National Bank at Orlando set, 1.0.
; U I S10. ux wd $10. Martha 8. Holland to Homer W. Wright
ner S.et Wilson et vir to Joseph Lel- Andrew Minuet to LowndesM. lien
., ox wd et$10. ,1 Edwin Terre et ox to Bertha Zumkel- I P. C BII et u to Slomka Associates. Gunnar E Tobmson et ox to Earl F. ser et nx wd $10. Lippltt A ox. wd $10.Lowrle .t. Virginia Lee Marbon et vlr to Fred Lee : Rig. $5,000.
to I '
McDonald $45O.
S.op U Carrawsy : le sets 10. Rounas et ux wd S10. i Konstantin Skrepnik .t ux WnUamlnaI W. Brown ux Hunter Davenport wd $10. j Harry L. Taylor et al to Harry L. lay --
et par tel mtc $10 NYd.uer Co Inc to Bernhard I Wooda B Elliott et Edmand D. I t e t A I !
Inv..tfnt ox t Earls F. Rounds et ux to Gunnar E. Wilson et ux. wd Francis E. Rausch et al to Prank Hinds ED $10.
First Federal S.vln and Loan Assn. C. Kuen wd 110Ch.rln Jacob et ux wd S10. Tobmson et ux mtg 17.0. I Lydia to Emmie H. Barrel Katherine 10 Craig Harold Pen et ux. satisfaction of mtg. J. Paul Belyeo et cc to Gulf Lit* Usvi

of Orlando to Caccaayetaspar E. Runnel et ox to First Federal I J C. Robinson et ox te API ElI Alton B. Whitman et S. P. Bennettwd mtc $ ekalce berthy et ux. wd $10.t L Homer D. Case et ux to Charles H. i *nr* Co. Mig. S2C9.33.

ri mtg $10. |I Savings L.n A.n mtc 13.9. I Sieston agreement for I $ . $10. Cox et ux to W. E. Lorn Wade Scott Inc Rose FoUom. wd Walker et nx. wd $10. J. G. Whit et BZ to Brroa E. 6tl .t wz
Lake BenJam.P.
T. Davis Clarence
to wd $10. A ,
Count t Charles E RUDe .enne Crc et vlr Ester Hun Brad- S. P. Bennett to Alton B. Whitman et wd t Charles R. Walker et nx to First Federal SM.
Hoylo Pounds et ox to Walker et et nx wd $10.
I nx mtg la.G.J. Z. N. Harvey et nx to Joseph Gels- $10.Rose Folsom Wade Scott Inc.. mtc Savings and Loan Assn.. mtg S4.S3O. Mrs. Sophie Krause to Marl H. Freeman
U flUe 1.0 i The Mystic Home Inc. to Clarence A Tracy L. Turner eal to William S. W. et nx to Raymond O. ler. mtc $1 800. t Charles R. Walker et ox to Homer I). et vir WT $10.

Elmer EIID et a t Boyle Founds ,, BoYd tsd $1.Florida Jenkins et nx wd S10. Wheeler et ox satisfaction of mtg. Frances 16.0.. et William William P. Baker C. Clifford Case mtc S1.8OO. i Gese M. Halt ct wz to Lwi B. Taurstom

., ux am. i Credit and Investment Co to William S. Jenkins et ax t Adalia Meyer Donald S. Evans et u to Donald L et al. spec wd $10.a t E mtg e u t C T. Mark Brltt et al to Frank J. Sharp K'f. $4,700.Leess .
Jopb. J Udell t Jn.m F. Cox John Monte et ox a. mtg S1O.OOO Weeks et ox wd S10. Sot 1.0. B. Thantca to Gen M. Holt et u
E I R Blue et to Felton D. Barker : George et nx to et aL satisfaction of mtc.
et P.u u E
ot ux t B. Frank McElroyet James Rogers et u to W. B Alexander Guy C. Stone et u to Fervie P. S.an i et $10. i Chessman et ux. mtc $1.500. oe i I IOrvllle Horace N. Baker et al to Eugene K. WD $10.Harold.
Builders to K. B. ox $10.
Klssam SUPPl c et nx wd 51.t Aim mtg I aL of mtc. L. Gmttt et az to Thomas K. York
1.9. Jesse Knox plaintiff Nell Weed et aL E. Cheesmao ox to George Furtick et satisfaction
Sam H. ,
James to Louis W.
Corkrell claim of A. Bell et nx Raymond L. Titus to John Lowery nx ox to Ethel S. J. H. Leggett <. ..2SO.i .
t e Herbr S.ner e Bailey to Peirce E. Penberthy S. MrNalr et wd $ A. B. Herndon et ox to et si Mtg.
Lowri W Brown Jr. et ox t T Pru spec wd $10. $10. C.r U i Thoxtas y. York et nx to Harold L. GeJ.
E. L. Ferrsn et George 8. et ux. wd $10.BenJamin .
Insurance of mtc 1 A. T. Dorsey nx to J. S. Cloyd et nx !, "dB he A. Hughes to The Fundamental Wilbur L Doty 1.0.Home a t McNai i WD
centa Co wd $10. p e ox t Arthur Rouch Loan Corp. to Pierce E et wd SIO.D. ZHersdon et al to A. B. : gee et u $10.
I I Assn. Camp Ground of Floridawd wd $10. Penberthy et aL Edna Hoffner Carleton C. Roffner J.m. Warner e.a to Union Park S10. Gordon J. Barnett et ox to Guy C. Stoneet A Jesa D. DVnes et QCD $5.
I t 1' Pierce Penberthy nx to Clara sat full Phibp L. Morns et 55 to *- ax
wd 10. Home Demonstration Club wd $10. Florence C. Bannister to Henry Sun- nx mtg $3.9OO Bailey E$10. e H Hal N. pament to First Na-I rt U. WD $10. Lewis Builder lac. to Leslie E. tests

R. Parisian et ox t Panl Powd I Jo.O. Stansanello et ox t f Fed mon et ox mtg 14.0. Paul J. Williamson et nx to John Q A. A. Jane et ox George W. Johnson tlonal Rnr. Orlando T.' I Abraham VaaOam rt HI to Philip L. Ifor- rt uz WD $1.

.t .d $10. and Loan Assn. 17.10 I Em Por.U et t Florence C. B.n- Anderson et ox mtg '180."aulh. $1O. t Rosa D. Lees to Homer D. 640.mtc I cx SM. lie. Home lac. to Ta First National
Ivy Jordan et ox Georse Seifert et Frank I Swinden ct ox to T. Hnuell Paul Williamson ,c cu. 'coy Philip L. Harris Bask at Orlando litg. $7400.
t E Waer e u t Jane to George W. $2.600. W. Jamenoa et us to
ox wd $8.500.Freda et ox I First National Orlando to A A e u John
Bank at wd National
n.o. ni et ux $10.Edna I William F. Mathews Jr. et Rosa I'I'I et ox SM. Th* First Bask at Ortaada to
B. Morrison et vlr to Robert P. T. U t Ealess Neal wd :i] E. Sit e u satisfaction of I Earls Campbell t Patricia Plck- W. Johnson to Jane wd $10. a t Herbert O. Robiusoa et as to W. A. War- NeeHseaIsc..8Sh.
u A
Brokaw et a am. $ ard et Gr.. 310. e L Lea et to Davis rick Jr. et oz Mtg. 2950. New Hoar lac. to Th* First Vatioaal

Robert Dnaldl et u to William I K. Mary Rs Buchanan t lira. Willie Horace E. Well et u to James W. 1 rII S. Man et u to W. T. Cow- I George,w Johnson et u to A A Jane Obermeyer, R Q$10.a B The First National Bank at Orlando to Bank at Orlaado Mtg. $7400.
BI.drbur $1 Burckhat.d SO. herd $10. et ox. wd $10. Jerry C. Horton et ox to Atantle Plywood Laura &<** Kirton Assign Rig $10 The Firii Xatioml Bank at Orlando to
$10.. Erb to Gladyee C Spencer wd Johnnie Byrd et V t Russell Davis et Gaeber t Horace K. WeBs et oxfsd Ruby E Reel to Roy CRel et ox wd Charles 0 Andrews Jr et ox t George and Door Co. wd $10. Joserhin B..it, 'I, B C. Wrnenw et Ne* Htrr""! IEC 6M.H .
ux wd 10"IU $10. $10 W New -M< It. to the First
JOhln qcd $10 Ebert C Holcomb et ox Erie F az $1 - Katioaal
- A. Potocsnak et ox t James Wachfeltl Davis et ox to Tne Fist Na- J. 1 De.u t Wilson S Van Winkle Jnanita K. Moor to Edward Wilkinson Hinds et O. wise wd Challberc et ux. wd $10.i t A. L Fiepenburf et ox to Russell A. Bask at Or.udo Ktg. $7400.,1L7104Jnar .
Pa u t Z
u mtc 1.0.l. I Un B at Winter Garden $535. let us wd I $ i Thomas j. Epeocer nx I Patterson et ox WD $10. I to Gout Q, llama *4 U

at u t Camel W. B Ashley st U "C B. Peters I I Looa w.P. b* Alarfj *t u B P. Bailey I 1.t n.I.Iu a u t Lore J 0 I msr W. ton *t U t Hubert Jon I'I rai Satiate ana .t tarc.! .*1 'Cbazlas Chal .* oz t* S. MIasma Kafasi


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33. Articles. for Sale tank with part $30 Large oil Peloe Adams I II i I Ph. 3-1671. Southern Fruit Dlsuib-i| chlu.hu.puppiet 1809 t.a GarI -i: 2 double 1 with breakfastastlunclsaccommodations. i BEVERLY SHORES If It la a new i j Orlando, f :
I screened door blond smoking .t.nd I Ave; fourth "hou lust off Old 1 utori Pineloch Ave I Vn A._ _ _ _ I _ Ph 9353 I house you are looking for and Is-
SCHICK: ELECTRIC bead.Bulova CE 21. 1947 r
ahaver DCW : : D'BI
; Cheap 3 3274VENDING Dixie .. I want to see material andworkmanship
wrist _ _ _ _ _ 1 highest price FOX TERRIER ;, I OERDA TERRACE 1992-Four bed 10'
man 17-lewel watch OLD GOLD- pay
,I WATER SYSTEMS-Complete stock i ;, old. vaccinated and rooms single or double. Bus stop I . us show you this East aide property A modern t> ag*- I
A-l d1tlon. 304 E Harvard 24)346) MACHINES Commodity I for old told watches month ,
bedroom. 2 full I
: tile baths lied
1 e'*ential to everyone Must sl at for farm or home Farm A Home ,I: broken '. teeth .Uver..r. .orm.d 5591 720 Semino e. at dor'PAR |I dining; low of 5 large rooms Ion win irk* I 51. houses for bale

SOFA. USED By KARPEN" 8 peal once I Box 381 3tr. Machinery Co 430 W Robinson Ave I I Beckman 139 N. Orange.I TROPICAL AND Gold fish Aquariumsfish 1 1I LAKE SECTION room circulating automatichot II IPryde. I 1 the arrangement and style of tfe* t
m.nrom heated home. Robert L
$50 301 West cr1-r.W ..t. home and the big lot Owner ..
PurcU'. \ATCH-Osld pocket Waltham I I HIGHEST MARKET PRICES paid for I b'ls. air pumps. beaters: A.- ..I.ble no. room. Realtor 668 N. Orange; DUPLEX Furnishes T a: r -
cost submit
The best
Cl h a reasonable of'er
; tlr _ _ _ _ VENrAN -919 West Central sonable Excellent condition. E. i1 I and grapefruit Leiter gel fsh. for U 50. len Tetras. .v.l.bl._Jan _1: 2-911 -- 4596.BEVERLY. 2'I $79M Owner Es. -8

SEWING UACHIE- Factory .- Avenue at Orlando Ad.m. Our telephone foe. San .Juan Hotel 2 t r Wbul.or.nt 3-1:26. wood. Dr Winter Harry 18 Rld.e ]PALMER ST 122O-Sunny corner I I II HARLOW 0 FRERC_ III N. Write Box ill 8-6 rjEDarWATER

S bUI.t au.rnt new; portable number Is 9558. I pm. WE BUY used furniture. Can us before P.rk rooms adjoining ba'h Bus garage; Orange
Al Wiggins; 62478OFA I TWO month 1 going I II breakfast privllenes Ph. 3-2615MAGNOLIA I .Y. 0.1 611
ajid >al. : -White enamel WUMP.ter Snt selling Orlando Furniture Co i I BEAGLES9 I I HQGH S- -Sz'
good condtlon.o. GEABL-. $2.7s and $2 8a NO. 2 ttore 615 W. Church phone f bostons; 1 PUT. SHORES : 'It Great t Live t "* I ICLNT'e I by rue hones andalt) I ii
-Queen Ae 830 W. Church 6118 white: I ; kitten Moving mut Orn" I .
A Supply Co. : pers an + i AVE.. 644-Exclusive. of Orlaado a most esc'. Ftial
_ _
_$ 715. Knox Stores Co 2 E PI. Phone 286.W sell at Stlverdown Kennels Mt IOla .tm.nI
Ca section lc this - -
oncl. Manor 5
WASHING MACHINES--For immediate section
2 3163 $25 for your old drop head _
= I I T.
SOFA In good condition : _ _ ._ Dora --
cegeeat brick bone t
Canb d.Uver. See a Orlando Sales sewing machine regardless ST JAMES HOTEL-South and Rosalind in this brand 3 "fO'II i iI I
B" a at 2010 South.Delaney VENETIAN stockblinds I I I borne will J tad S baths Oak fo: -t as,
BLNDAlumnum and Service Company 608 North Orange of age or condition Phone 32341.iw1BU Smgie $7 Stub up Double. please the most dltm- attractive and -
and bronze I 27 .Idth. 3 eper I Avnue. Phone 2-0939. I IWATCJ -. 4 ii. Poultry and Supplies t $10 weekly up Phone 9253 Inatina It has hardwood : been Beany car irate Nicely ac- at- /
6Kj WIE-Bra. .. bit*. sq ft at factory Orlando Venetian remove orLun'r saw your I throughout tile f. flra..1 I-drm Owner baa left ton e r i's"e I II

p:.-n.\levels S.lob.and plenty .fn'lo Blind Mfg. Co.. 1'1 Kohl Ave : :S-Uzrdeme and. ,newPre King Builmng and ,i TURKEYS All sizes Fresh dressed I I I WOODWARD prE-d7I' sills aluminum .b.tl., w.and screen ILC. 0 1'.0. key 123.SCO. terms u B .
reduced screened
Z22 W. Hdw 8059 to room for new lines Company; telephone 7267. I oven ready Wilder-Densmore TuM ''' Storesand fuel oil heating system. This home I.,10.t.d :Siikarbaa amra--.a 060 sg ft floor Realtor I* a Main I

SAWS-r-8-point hand- taws back VENETIAN BLINDS m.nufactrpdat All m.k. Herman Loan Of key Ranch- Ph -COlt Interlaken DHf _ t.ter 3374f.I ] In a choir neighborhood e. : . tnclwdlag port lies' 3 Islet

w'at. crpu-cbt. bucS. 1-man .. 1739 Kuhl Ave flee Iu.r.utef. St. 1 35 Fuel Oil and Hood I LRE YOSYNGTURKEYS-40C 'er 141E..-Large 'I, I a large well elevated lot with beetlfnl *- dry lota serae Al fo n.75 Hwr- EAST SIDE CLOSE I- lit

W, tot.s Hdw. 2S24 Kuhl Alum. basswood or cedar blinds F.e \ Curb J. W. Replo.le. Taft. FlorI I I corner room new t.ln beds semibath.lseat.portts. i oak trees The price I 518.090and ry noa. this won he. fflay frame bedroom P-it oi.
WATER HEATERS Electr:c. gas fuel Have tanks filled E
tory price or installed Cal 8059. Orlando FUE OIL- your Id. G.rue.I can financed ton 32 Pine 66S1
oil 15 to 40 gal In stock ScrucesBros. I b I II I weed floor fipoplea : Ia
SILHOUETTES DC. velhout Venetian Blind : Telephone Or ando 8021 or YMCA-Attractive for I .
: made of Supply Co. 107 W. Pine Ph. I Winter Pare 200 McGraw Fuel OU I ISenu cHoici-RKEyg-k-led order. Smile room youngmen HARLOW O. FREPRtCK: N. 2-car garage All ro". 5 g a-ti
I or double. $6 and .
up. II airy Pric- fit Ono :
black IU 95. Numbr to match extra 3-2203 : I pult .Ie. CalI8O06ROOV I Orange An. Dial CiIA OARnD5 room. saod
25 E. Pine 'I _9306 IUI8 A T Buster Carter Ic'
Knox _ __
P. ,n. 23163.SEWINO Stora. c. I II I VENETIAN BLDi.DS'An' ELECTRIC machine Cnderel. FIREWOOD last For-For particular tale Get and It prices whileit GIVE START CHICKS for Christmas i 1 or without private "It:a Great to LIve In Orlando" breww.y .. garaie P 3. tics sod_Carter. Risi' S S I i.

General |' Park 22262AIRWAYTh cockerels 6 and both.: to $20 per week; Hotel I EAST NDB Ctae :-
b947.WOODLong PU.I.
delivery Made
day W.nte
E ,., YCL"Eit Jun- .Iz. Tn. dl.pr.aSiii'1 c.l 7 wks the Woods ChickCo Orasiae St COLONIAL-TOWN Ilk ef Colo- I loin* 3.ygig'y hom- .r tI
: trI i k
C atII cleaner $2 load 12 or' anal* Drive 3
I slab a I I bowe comfort
N Maltland Hi 3 b and gracio, 1
lot Cub Lake : 4 0:1 -way WORKING GIRLS wanted to share I I :
B. Newman.
weder CHARLES 1802 Edgewxter Drive 1* yours to. slab wood 1 5O a strand delivered I I 17-92. twin Pine Lodge: $1 a day; kltch CITY LIMITS dear)-New 2 bedroom In A-1 condition ; lot garsee.Unfurnlshed. i 1 landscaped lot with :ti is..
Beat Lake Section Phone 2-O4o5 Winter S4 O H. Box 116 TafU $7.500 $3 .
Pak .SUf. demonsUUoD S. Sp.hle. en and laundry privilege 2711 screened porch car Porte 10 mor Shown bv appointsP
SAILBOAT f.ie; shape; II Delivery for Chrl5m. _ _ I .. 15 Apartments for Rent I I Central Ave ; E asbestos sldina beautiful finish paved gage Phon R ll. 6tt. $22.500 EV.C/usive cHirton r a.

-ft 71" Minnesota MONIES for the home News parade A WELL-HEATED home gives you i '' street. near bus Price $ 8OO. Some Real E.t.t. 124 8 Main_ _ _ l Realtor IH) c I

nXinoconditon medium ''WHEEBARR.SIron tray rub .dv.nture. travel comics Bow that comfortable warm contented BAYRCJ STREET.. 311'. 2 bd1 1 I rUBL-ROM with twin. bs In- terms ) L Ivey Br.ke. Ph I I i 7632

br .. stead C.m.r Shop. 1039 N. Orange feboa. Orlando Fuel Oil Co.. Inc. I room apt Call I from 5pm. t hp I near bus Ph 6O44 .tr; :! 2-4656. | [ ieATE'SeIGRTs- .

Church Street _ _ _ _ 21515WEWERZ or Winter Park Fuel Oil Co.. I COLONIALTOWS
TILE bath and kitchen in rust C.l m please COLONIALTOWN 3 block from HOE I j most beautiful h'cv 35 51.iS
YOU Permatile free 3 months amp. 4" eee-! Ph. Winter Park 200 I Iwo 1 I CORNER BEDRo f. 4 windows 1 Masonry ranoltn '1 ec uii I
: .crlfce. CLOSE trading center 3 bedroom "
prof WHIZER--BIK Lncoln furnished 3rooms. 1 I II II
I heated $ .
.stim.IN. Central Forid.S.les 1217 died Bi'* R.do 417 compressor --Stove and fr"pl.ce 15 and i IN-oer.. .el heat 1 1 2-O9O6.e.k I preferrednearbus I unfurnished 1 car garage. trait.al. : 1803 Fark Lake; paved .t.8. coDe'' tile baths Spacious r- .5.
1201 E.
.Ith .ho.e :
W. Central: 2-O879 vise and table and .cksn I lot etc Exquisite ebrtrir: o .
N. Oran.e Dial 64. new ac.t'len. strand special I II j Settled adults only $ season 418 shade and landscaped $80OO. Phone 115. : 555.
CLOTH- 4 oxrgen .u.e. Willie B Kitchen 2 carry iwi w W.hln.ton. Ph. 7267 Brnadway ROOMS For season Adults only A. T. Carter Jameraoa and . fr. central heatlua glass mirror fired-r 10
TABLE dlre.d.crhned. WHEELBARRWSntrators _ _ _ 3-16:2. '
sell or trade piano or tie.. are miles north Ocoee King I Fruit Co _ I CLOSE IN Well Tile bath hot shower tub. 712 Carter R 1 S..Main i! attic fan JU empld open fo' all room Tiled living : -r
I rooms E South St Inspection PlieS I floor oak The late,' .
h Lumber CoN .. : : .3. :
4th house on left Cannon really nice ones o.k.nd pi e-fn all lengths
era adult couples $650 terms $3 . I
M Rd. south new Cheney HlghNe -, Oranire and railroad_ PRAC17CALLT NEW OU Heater 135. \'oD. Ple.s telephone Setted. 418 Bro.d'7.CSEIN2 'I CMFORTABL DOUBLE home room Sleeping first 18.5. by ." &. e.a iIi bleeding the keynote Efficient of U:n-. '..ar C "1 5
I BI.ckstoni. : efficiency: 2 porch room Outside entrance 2 ran ((race LenniEs: I a 4
TRAILER Two wheel utility .. I brand new Phone :: I
.Ic entrances: utilities toraxe room Landsca ,
II 713 -Is 0'' a.
French dors with hardware five WWEL AIR--Lik.-n. Independent 37. Fertilizers and SoisI and heat furnished Rental to May 1. _ _ Newly designed masonry bungalow !Please Inspect with .t K p
foci O New $30 ArthurRi adjustment Back and each leg I $10OO Phone 2742CLOSEINo LARGE ROM-Duble bed: private Price $7.950 within 3 blocks of I I COLONIALTOWN-$1500 down. 2 shoving yon a mi. sr a
DD. : I home Orange free business I center Two bedroom home I bedroom block bouse aspbalt floor
', W.lke Ave Winter and foot support spnncs cane seat COLD SMOKE-Us I in your garden '' prominent builder r C
'h ( Lake- :2115 S. Creek i one 10 X. 13 In size Kitchen This i* a nice little name for only
____ ----I Ph Monday a m 2-2328WHIZZER FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY healthier growth and pest I F.r j jI Realtor Phone 348 I,
inactively furnished 3 I !
PaTABLECLOTH and to M9OO Phone 6911 Noble Smith
embroidery BIKE-1946 control Listen to our bro.dr.t over ALL--2-3230 for lane comfortabledouble I save unn..ar' steps Choice of Ave
Eyelet MOTOR : !apts Excellent t.m beds electric ( carport or porch.HARLOW Real Estate 124 S MainCOLONIALTOWN .
Built In used leg tubs: commodes Sunday morning 745 6O8 I
1 with private b.thP.rm.nenl
c .' tork about 100x75 Inches. Nevt Sealbeam h..dU.hto: en.tn. and tubs WHO kitchen 1-bedroom unit. to Hey 1. rooms -
1. $3o Call 32573.TYIkWRITERPOTtIbie' tires perfect: reasonable Greenwood i! : new and used dralnboard Dr. 6314. $835. T including gentlemen or busm.s !CONNe.2
.1 china and cast iron lavatories: bfuroms. S12. ] O. FREDRICK N. I bedroom 'I
.Inks DAIRY FERTILIZER WANTED couple preferred 11 had'
-u .rW.1 hnen. utilities and service.Aaolis i EAST 81DZ-
and Orange Dill 1188.I .
client condition $47 50 I WALL; -TI1-B.throm -kllhen standard washing m.chlne size stoves: :apartment cabinet slnkjAJ I Write Dried or I I.nt or am.1 quantities Sent I only_Apply 545_ Delaney, i I I 1 PLEASANT Suburban slngle and dou- 'I Av. floors throughout: new WestInghouse new Crosley range refrigerator . '

N wlslm; rel.nd. __ PI.st. 1 comolete line of fittings. I nel-Star Mer A"lm. HILLCREST AVE.. 1515-For rent ble rooms Lake privileges Call Its Great t Live In Orlando" new Coleman ell heater; available before Here I is a lands thre* br norn two
TRAILER CANOPY-Excellent con- Installation prompt. American Plumbing Supply and Appliance -I for season to May 1. 1948 $425 -3115 I January 1st 12._ cask bath unfurnished f amtT I *>'

l''.. on. :xJ ft with top frame WyckotfHdw 2524_Kuh_ _ Co.. 234 W. W'ShIDCtOI FRUIT -FETIZER3 tons Sacrifice $225 down $200 Feb. 15 Small ef 'SINGLE I Ificlency =Double rO-m.:; single *S: I telephone 4501 O.n.r 19.2. : |bertot oingle Mdtrg tfituatrd '

$rr> Jim at 5221 Phone 3-2341 W.sh.n'lonSt apt Bedroom (twin beds I I Iinnersprina |I doub $10 bus Ph 3-3853. on a oonMe corne' paved
WALL-BOARDSI-In- I I mattresses,. combinationkltchennettedinette. COLLEGE PARK-Pr..r: 3 bedrooms -, CWNIALTOW New .d"t street bo at corner Th:f ei
prof .bst. 1 bath A-I condition Bring I tie ri-mi I bout
TABL CT-oherd.- bath t"nt I. syeg--u 4 a
Ffl.Land good rich top soil For full private 47-1 Rental Aeencie-s
4O1R at Mil. Nebrak.W nOt eriesa nd in tlOOOO unfurnished Furnished $6930 Mrs Gaffe.. mnton. can right "
de.ln. S5 b.rd. Av.i.ble measure and quick delivery dial ( heat and all utilities included I move move In Pr e< i t
'-; 6398 SHING MACHINE-Thor wrin ter: I 2-4053 Completely. furnished Use of laundry ]LANDLORDS 1110 furishe. On present I Realtor 15 E Robinson 7632 1 1I Down garment tl.2V> ra $4
: 1 super ailtator washer. equippedwith _ We will .uppl you ". down anfurnished i = I big: ..non-Urn 34. Articles %anted equipment No garage. Close to .rqulrs COLLEGE PARK IO-l W-H.nad. > *e tia
TlcvcLveI7. tenants free of charge
4 to 6. famous Thor triple-duty electric FILL DfTdcl. One or more stores theater: within d..r.bl. 15.4O furnished. Mortgage Furnished 3 I one
Irsh. rinse: 9 Ib capacity high speed non | 6464 day r..ur.nt. and obligation Just phone us your can be Can shown 1 b.drom.Ivln. rom. I
Ma: Both like new_( 2- FURNITURE-Used stove Ice I' C.1 3OO lines Park Lake i Gardner Real Estate Seen- b a anytime ritnina rom. k.then. UI. *ak
-- a motor driven pump: runs bx. 9841 nl ht.. _ _ _ _ f. v.rnr S Exclusive Larry 'BARLOW 0 ERSDRICR tl$ N.Oranse .
fitters -
TWIN STROLLER-Wicker. $25It .IOln< sewing machine'. Call rout d Colonialtown route. Phone ith bed $20 A-I condition Tne .h.n required Price U2q 5 sell We pay "top" prices SewellThurmond I TOP SOIL =v" good top soil: $750 2-48l Broker 118 LYale._ ph 3-2602 b.l.n. $50 month Dr i I Ave Dial 8145I
Wilcox Service and S.I. 1 load Fill and clay Please WE HAVE RE'zTAt.S-.53 service then for the Exclusive ,
W.lter. Furnl ure Co.. 72 W. PuceStUlal as
e 3-:541 stn. 61 E. Robinson across 4070 ihone 58 18 I UVIGSTAVE75 E Modern. charge Gardner Real Estate 409 CITY LIMITS (Just out Completely Call with H. F .Boland R..II I I Its Great To Live In O a: La'EAST
38 Two from Post Office. I _ _ _ _ ,.1 furnbh.d Daily weeklyor South furnished modrn S rom bungalow! Nun.
oXFDlze .omm''i __ .p.. Or.nl. Attached nice tor Carrigan Bide 672 N. Or.ng: j I
,.Is 14 to 16 WATER St. ,I 38. 1'lants. Howert and herds s.sn.1 - garaie Delhborho. 51. I
__ JEATER"-Eltrl. LAKE DAVIS Furnished: 2 rooms 49. Rentals a9oO with only 15 C.u -
66 top
2 : -.ble FtRNITt'RE. USED. Ph 2-3808 Pu'ints' Mowrey with Real . 1 SIDE-An attract:it fire rttn
knife. fork and spoon i Westlnghouse Has. city and bottle I i I kitchen and dinette: facing lake r i iJO
AZALEAS-Blooming size S for $1 1 | I Colonial Bungalow ws be *r
TAVSPI.stk' H.rd.re. 102 W {I 20 and 30 gal Walter J Wllrox I Service II M.h.r's. i Oaks Nursery. Mt Vernon off JI Desire year round tenant $9O month ]DESK In downtown office: street EChurch_ 8435 _ _ _ COLLEGE PARKconstructed sized rooms than usual oak ( n.

Ch,ir h Street |I and Hales Since 1916.. The Moa I I Bumby between E Colonial and Rob- .heater gas stove. elmtricrefrlg-. for Phone and utilities furnished; CONCORD AVE. EAST-Half block I corner dining room cabine I le 0*ra)3i)

UTLI TAIRNe.tl... new I for Your Money Aiwa'. 61 E -.od Highest In'on. erator .Just- built Ph. i 16O4. I I !15 SO- I oil Orange 7 room*. 2 baihs-3 I Here b a home that will appeal to in kitchen screened . ... ..r t ie

Prlr.d V Inson I I ORANGES grapefruit AZALEAS=PotT.Ieo ; MICHIGAN AVE 413 E -Lnfur- ]RETAIL STORE LOCATION-Avail- bedrooms and bath uP. 1 bedroom I those desiring one of beautiful porch attached garage w a iase-l ./

Hi_ fl"'. tJ7 N Nice Pb 7757 I WATER HEATFRS We have Just market prices paid L. K. Br00500.I Phone Azalea Shop 'ca. n"h.d 1 bedroom See o.ne i able for long leases Call Geo. F. and bath down Suitable for home pe aeanrcre fined neighborhood .1, -all on a fine shaded Ic r: i $:

UTILITY SETS. including spun ..IuI I received I lars-e shipment of t.bleI I i 3-1226 _ _, _ _ _ I[ 22221 a at 1411 E. Amelia : ]Brass R..lt7 Co 19 B Central Ave and income Complete! and well furnished consenentiy located to shopping cnnter. 250 00 Included la 1 Ii' n i' -:
I Ii _
m num salt and pepper shaker with top class lined water beater Alsoupribt i,; OFFICE MACHINES and furniture ORA1GE- AVE -Lvbefcency I !Ph 23155.WAREHOUSI. _ _ __ _ I including Frigidalre and schools and bu. This hous Is I kitchen equipment anti 51'ace I eat,,
aluminum fat container Bumbyh heaters np to 80 gallon i I Get our prices Check with Georl I BLOOMING. PAfTPrlmrose. "10. fned e.uple. i :i washing machine Spacious and beau of hard cpres consists Call Mr Mortki with o harea-bsosoeg.

Hardware. 102 W StreetGIFT. Bumby Hardware 102 W. Church Stk Stu.rt. 13 S. Stain 5t Ph. 858. Peggy lets Jo's Garden 2319 N. orange.1. Call 6834 _ _ _Bele_ _entl._- j I| OR STORAGE Sp.ci I I I tlful yard blocks Frull trees from and shopping double center aa-- of a nice living room breakfast ( 2-0836 lOS E Pine

Ph 2 1727. ROBINSON 20? E. One block I Coonnl.nt. accessible location with : .e.Ig I room two lovely bdrom.ob.utlul- ESTHER AVE -Delightful ber-oota
& & & ._ -& & &- '. '- - _ _ _ from AVE 4 room-tub and 'paved street and railroad frontage I 00 with term Call' Robert ly furnished ar.nnd frame bungalow In Alno.. i
. CHRISTMAS CHERRIES Poinsettla. Orr with 0 Harca-Moore. PhoneSunday
4 and bath A glassed
; ; ; ghower; all new modern mo i I with private track. *q. ft kitchen modern fully furnished Lot nicely lsnthcaped.
.1 or eycleman pot plants for gift*. I ;: available Building 10.0 2-8843. allen Sunday 2-0836. in breezeway of large size and attached large oak trees palm at Ist.v fish
E.r L.Jones Nursery 1613 N. Mill SENIOR"HIGH t' ,system and very low Insur.nc rate 109 E. Pine. oversize garase. Lot la 75x138 I pool Ideal Iocs'ton close to s "ot i.

I CAMELLIAS=Give a Xmas present Three-room .p.rtment1 Robert i R Tyre Re.ltor. 13 W. Washington and beautifully landscaped Completely I| stores and bus Price on y $1* i t t

that will b rmembr.d. Rare and Telephone 2-2546. I j 1174.APPROXIMATEY. and tastefully furnished $12 000. I|I all Move in at once See W I, Ha:

standard v.rleU.s. uP. Az- 'EOREAND r1214.I| COPELAND PARK- with Harold Shepherd Seatt! Co. 30W
SPTT :.. *5 up Leggetts Rt. 1. Holden I -40OO ft In- HARLOW O FREDRICK 118 K E *hingtoa 81 Phone 74.

A"" off Kuhl rooms second floor Partly furnished suitable sq for showroom Quality bungalow with three bedrooms Orange Ave Dial 8168 I

CYCLEMANB.doubtepetunias.poln-I no kitchen equipment $30 month: |I ustrl or store.pae.211 W. CentraL I and two b.th.The ilassedIn -
settias geraniums. nasturtiums AdnltsCall2, -3605. __ I IT I sun room oil furnace Its Great to Live In Orlando iI FORMOSA-

_ CHRISTMAS SHOPPING MADE EASY many others. Earl L Jones Nurar,. NEW ROOM duplex apt Mod-i I 50. anted to Rent I corner location all contribute to I
; I' year-around comfort The beautiful | I
1613 N. Mills _ _ _ I ICAMELIA ern. : for rent by theweek. 1 An excellent value in eew five room
-Belgian azaleas. Shrubs or ...n Reasonable -Furnished. phone 9641. oak floors well chosen furniture nice i (COLLEGE PARK SECTION-Comfortable I CB home Nice high lot We teni d.

"What to whom" by reading the home. Also nice I sleeping rooms We Mason Whorton lawn and proven durability of | frame bedroom home with er this the belt in this pr1e rang;
Solve the question on give your I
t Nurseries liE. Princeton.MIXED Muss.l.ht. h.v orange juice and riding horses 1 struction will make the but ![ one room and 5e bath npstalr Very excellent location most attrac .eI ;

ads listed below. This handy GIFT SPOTTER will appear each fre for our guests Inquire at 1401 APT private entr.nrdb of his Investment Price .lh ,good roof hardwood floor 2-car I issue screen porch gas water batr
CUT FLOWERS sweet Permanently S-Star re- I terms and immedIate furnished This
Washington employed very easy garage 2 lot* Partly I Low down payment Price onlj $6..0.

day and offer you ever-changing assortment of Christmas peas gladiolus. calendulas.c I SEASONAL- ful-fur- I !porter -Mr.J row. 4161.- ext 21. 'lsIOn I will sell fast at $8 250. Geo H. Ask for Ray Lennon

a trturns.viotets._ _Kuhl and_ nlshed Lar.e-.pt ,. Un- HOUSE unfurnished 3 bedrooms Forpr..ent Klttredge Realtor 2-3176 p

Gift Suggestions. ORASGF. Gr.pfrlt Lemon St'I ens etc $15O month: 2-4826 I res.denls Call .J. A I MCNUTT-HEASLEY. Realtor 1 W. COLLEGE PARK-Furnished 5-room NEWMAN-HARGIS INC RealtoU. 39W

persimmonspe I Washington St. bungalow of cypress construction Washington. 8881-66

fie pecan trees grapes shade ATTRACTIVELY' FRNISH. 3-room or un- Sleeping porch large living and din-
trees shrubbery Mills to Nebraska duplex: new . or HUSEORAPFurished and | ins room. New kitchen sppiisnceaand
Call Winter W after
then I mile east to Pool Nursery Pak small girl: desperate limit Ph. washing machine $8700 Allen
$80 home for :
10 a m today 2 p.m. weekdays
(. f" ( d_ 11 DECEMBER SPEC -Fruit .fte 4113 or2_ -28o2 I I CASEERRY-AUnctv. lake-l Johnson Realtor 140 N. Orange GUEST HOME-Close-in Large well
( f. tre. : ; !I Still Specializing In Home* .
," p.ah.. P.rs. also GARAGE LOCAL MAN wants"well furnished I front fejl"k.b : highI I constructed borne wi'b basement
arands Lake Berry . 525 8. adults -Nr.-firnlsh..< I apartment or small house. i i way and th elec CITY LIMITS-South. Close to bus and furnace beat 6 Bedrcjms up and
.n I
-Lakemont Winter Park to May 15 about 2 I trie stove hot water and stores 3-bedroom home plus I 2 downstairs. 4 bathe 2 garageapartments
LATE CIGARETTES CASE. $1: North..sl corner 40th St and Rio adults Box 364 .SS month I heater and oil drcul.tn. he.te. I IBrokerWlnter separate apartment Move right In I This I* a bean 'ill p 'P-

AMMERMAXN S Give her a wave fouot.t 60c; ELECTRIC BLANKETS-General electric 39. livestock and Supplies Grande -- -_ _ _ Beautiful Use oak tes real buy I II either Total price tdOOO and be-I erty and worth your -' Je'al o

for Cht. Make appointment ..I.t. Pos Herman Loan $42.01. $6 down $1.23 per OUSIEP: Prl.at.-trin MUST MOVE by Jan. 1 need furnish I .t 59.500. See Casseibenry. lieve It or not only $1800 down I*i p Completely furnished $.I ..-' $-. >

now East Pine Street; .. 27Churh.. week on our budget plan Goodyear3OO BULLS- TF istered yearlings: 3 |I I ed apt or hous. Permanent couI I Park; 2-222.,._ necessary and apartment will make. I, cash will handle Be es 1 er .P"

dial 6462 CHAIR with ottoman I N. Orange Ave ____ I registered' 7 moi the old bulls: 2 I| !porcl near bus. seasonal adult; I pie Phone 16 month old baby Limit $6O i' COLONIAL- -GARDENS- --Modern- frameI I the pavments We hope you don t: Co 25 W Washington P.. i* 8-v-

LUNGE halter broke Purcrlls phcne 2-3261. 3-10. |I 2-151. find out about this too late Excluslve -
ART SUPPLIES-Give something Orlando Furniture Co 141 FLOOR LAMP7.Ith nightlight -
ta I bungalow 2 bedrooms lovely I tiled I
they can us* for 12 = SEASONAL RENTAL to June 1--$800. i CHERRY ROBERTSON of the Washington : Wm Matthews with J. Daniel GERDA TERRACE-Near Lake Ivan-
a and 615 West Church Street. and Onyx b.s 19 plastic GELDING 5 GAITED Well : I! kitchen d nette. screened breezeway.atiached .
Oliddena. washable shade Special $1295 Purcell reasonable Ph. trine Very desirable 2 bedroom apt. Sn.ton deire. to rent Oak floors Venetian Kolar 2-4388 or 7811 hoe 6 bedroom and 2 ba_*. p i*

OUTBOARD MOTRBe. 5-h.p. I '*. 301 W. Church st. _prle 2-37. furnished 2 or 3 adults only Excellent house N.ton.b' clay of i I ISpr garage offlowers. CITY LIMITS-5 room modern bungalow lane living room dining m. kl i Is.
2 extra plenty
blinds *
BETS trnlversal IIORSE-5-gaited. saddle
CARVING bathroom
; week I ag training to April |
$129 50 $ 1.1 r close In lo.ton 5543 .n and Plenty oranges bus service en breakfast nook s reen' J pot .1;
scales pressure cokera; "Dazey on our budget plan. ". 3OO FLOOR LMP. 3-way. indirect. $15 I : sacnfice (ISO. Fine present: for appointment Ph I llth inn usiveona son $35O Please younabearing dtus with Telephone 2391. I 2 car garage with ap pal 'y I:l-

can openers; dinner N. Orange Ave_ _ _ _ _ Co. 141 and 615 2-2268 or 32216.HY'p.Tlmoth. _ contact George- Myatt 3-1454 I shrubbery Unfurnl.h.d. 11.5. p I lobed Beautifully and romp tey! fur
sets: bird cases; electric irons: Pyrex POWER LAWN Dada West Church Street ,. 2 strand weight 46. House for Rent WANTED PERMANENTLY iiT s ralhOrlando terms .ohn.ton. H.nr7. 6 CLOSE TO LAKE EOLA-Apt house I nlshed even to linens Due in i ne-s
gift sets food choppers chicken fryers MOWERI" W ChurchJSt / furnished: 3 units: newly decorated -
; ; lawn 10'" bale or ton. 2>4e furnished or unfurnished2bedroom _ ____ owner must sell Wou:t make S *l

: W.dutch ovens Bomb Hardware. off during mower this Christmas sale H. H. I INNERSPRING until IATESSESp per pound Farr Ranch Ph 2-2324. CAMBRIDGE AVE. and LaFayette St.; house or apartment 2 t I COMMERCIAL DISTRICT-Frame dop.ex bedroom and painted rent Lower 1 6 2 bedroom rooms 3 I In this beautiful set-yr r Ic w J
102 Church 8t can or
c.1 Chrbtm. 134.5. house for adults no pets Ref erencea ex-, 3 each side 2 batha I Fred Garret Eut. uuv*
Prrl Hardware, 220 8 Orange furniture Co., 615 PINTO MARE I.hplrlt.d but rent_or sale unfurnished 1 rom for extra Income Upper 2 apts 2 surprise yon

CTA 8TEHR Revere W Church_St. _ _ _ _ gentle 5 PrceU I. CHENEY HIGHWAY 6010 FourPalms > changed _Box 375'S-ta._ _ I W.te h..te. Well.rented G buy. car garage. fruit Ere this for close Broker 8j61 or 4326 __
wth r..btn. pln H. H PKEKNIVESA.C elec- Phone 2-3261. _ _ Tourist Home 2 ,bedroom i' at 155. N I In properly can alwavs rent and GORE AVE 425 E War thIS "J
P.r Hardware 220 B. Orange knlv. LAWN ORNAMENTS of concrete: weeks old Very fine 1 house bath kitchen linens and util ,i iitlesfurnished WHOO NEEDS APARTMENT We . have your own house tlinoo term bedroom add 2 tile bath buna

t, 2184.CEDAR $150 and np Knox Store Co.. 25 lawn sets; bird baths; flower urns; PIGS C.X. Frank north end > I I IDUBSDREAD I, thouht.e had the housing problem p Sam Johnson Co 208 S Main | low It a red for r'ca" w b

7 CHEST-Large selection in E. Pine Phone 23163.PIPEKu.ole" i and novelties: Buds Novelcrete hleh44,5 of Lake G.nd Lockhart : 1 -New home new furniture all settled until .needed annther -II IIClEGE I PARK-This new 5-room COLTEGE PARK One oidl or without furniture D- -le 1 A matonrv .
miles North of Orlando -
color and price range Withand and Sir Shel '. throughout Staff Announcer Now we need block bungalow with large construction vet ;a P
.It bedroom bungalow closets
r IS-forch.ldrn: S50anl-u "Srel" 2 bedroom apt house chtldren I ..*X
or Two and 2S-ft
breezeway at- oversize Insp.s II
Insurance policy formoth I garage
Office. CHEST Gorgeous
seen at water I : tile bath Has floor furnace Ventllated -I
.. 301 W. L'D ROM and Ph. 5761. 1 huter. tile b.th. tile I .. 4 7r. and 21 months .Id. 'e.r located on corner lot. C R Emerlck Resttci. N Or
proteUon West Church
Church St. pucJ. Stret. _ _ or _B.rk 7 Gay; Street Telephone 22383.WLHBAYMARF Rent forL Adults Limit $65 Sear bus line Phone can be had compl.tel7 furnished for awnings on porch Cross ventllatlon I snssAv.Plionet3OS
4 to 6 Shown _
RAZORS t = In cllnln* room and kitchen -
CEDAR CHEST. -LANE'S". N.ton.1 ELECIC: -: "Sunb.mSh. -I! METAL STOL- Good (electionmetal $100 Excellent including con bv appointment W. J. Garnett. 222 9900 I I Sl.50. good terms O.ne I..vnl. ,' SIll VM $4 noft cash win bundle C R H0GHEY ST 623 N Garage er,.
will t '
ladder Choice of vacate .
.tol. W. Central. Phone 2 2317. ro. fgrnlnh'd lot TSilM Mcer! Imdcaped
ly advertised gift Fmerick Realtor. 610 N Orange
ton Johnson Electric 23 E. Church; colors saddle! and bridle 1222 Eusti p Ask for Ralph B. Robt. I II
*" $2.25 and up. Knox Store GENTLEMAN! i
"ant.ii :
the home Orlando Furniture Co < 734 ( two blocks from Sun uid
: phone 5156.smErr Co.. 25 E. PIne. Phone 2-3163. W GOLF VIEW AVE City limits, HT I I -rori L Pryde Realtor. 668 N. Orange24a96 ; I
14 and 615 W. Church Street '- stc r cattle I 441 1 block west only house: 'prv.te home; with I i Par and Orange At o pe'seL.n at
: .
$69 ; IS.Pd veal nCf 6pm distance state price
SLUMBERCAR. S PORTABLE RADIO- Emerson battery Adults. 2 I rd : once See owner on prem seq
design kitchenette. bath
CfPACShlt.I eat, . for i : roms. : Best of references Box 379 S-Star. | I II -
27West 139 .Orlando and .Ietnc. $29 93 Others 16. .k 19--2. partly furnished. oil stove and icebox i ____ DXCKSOWS AZALEA PARK- HARRISON ST -Near store I ;: *
50. Furniture Co.
Church Stret. and 615 W. St 14 $19 95. Prcel's. 301 W. Church St WATED TO-BUY-Livestock. Beef : i $50 month DESPERATE will manage your I, COLLEGE PARK- is a dream'r I and bos Charming l be: a

HAIR DRYERS; electric waffle Iron*. Chulh _ _ SHEETS-.81x99 Type 128 $2.79. 42 veal and hog Best price paid Call i LAKE FRONT with lakTTrivllege*. I apt house or income property I Furnished ri.T e bath tile : Location unexcelled. Large double corner I Dutch Colonial of cvpre: I rrtlon

ingle twin and four ; electc1nec SUOKINOSTAJ"S- SETS-The In. cases Type 140 69c. R F. 2-4838. __ ____ _ l lJ Near Army For season Jan I ocup.nc' of am.1 furnished apt. Beau beautifully landscaped Good Located on a loox:5t> tl t1.I .
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B.s : I
electric .Ie pressure .pprcl.ted. Purcel Leedyco_ .. Park __ I, 1st to May 1st take 1 child Age 38. nUned. children or pets.have n'IOtN.prv' of fruit. 3-bedroom home largo living and i Pan room. l' baths 3 car garage
,1.lr 301 W. Church I Wln.e I Wi car: husband employed and will> and Main I Price of $11500 Is natle w, h
: mixers: bathroom and _ _ _ I SILV ER 1 Remem J YOUNG MULE-2 calves: Ph. 2-0665 : All conveniences 6004 dining rooms screened porch over ree
household scales; fruit liquidizers; SHIRTS-.Airman" by Shirt Craft |I pattern ei.IOln: I C.I do small repairs in snare time Winter 2 looking Park Price $16000 I terms available Allen ..tvhpii. Realtor

dishes. Wilson Leonard Hardware. D retsas d sport shirts In all .... plate. .;Rogers Steward t LIVINGSTON AVE.-Lovely 2-bed- Park or surrounding areas Box CONWAY-$6250. Modern 140 N Orange 8M3 8peU _I-
.terln. room Seasonal fUfh"
316 8 Orange Blossom n'll Purcell 301 W. Church St. Jewelry 2300 Ed"e..te Dr. In 40. Pet Stork and Supplies II i I yearly.Call or 3a SSt.r. bedroom home $150O HARLOW O FREDRICK 118 N I tng In Homes"HARWOOD

B hole TOL-BOXE.all metal full length College I Pc k _ _ _ | I 975.LWISDRivE mo. Ample fruit Roper Realty i Orange Ave Dial 8188It SECTION E Towm
I .
SURY unsln..ea" i 1413 near 51. Houses .or Sale
301 West church pl.t Su.re Extra '.- VACUUHCLEANER-RoyaF. Com BOXER-Give a puppy for Under.s i i Church and Main: 2-3433. and bath screened inIs.. gal
Street del price $5 95 Bomb Hardware 102 plete with kit of all attachments ,I' Christmas Inquire Leonar I Small Great to Live in Orlando"DUPLEX age Full furnished $'i.3 Te,ms.

W. Church St. I Assortment of 301 W Corner on High*ay 441: house for 2. 3 minute bu. APOPKA_-room hous. hot .tP. C C 0rletts Broker Pn 2iI47,
IRONERS-Thor Automatic .Ius PrceU's all just painted -
GI.dlrol ST. CLOLD h.a.
2 bedrooms. Impro.ment
Give her a glad Chrltm.s a Church St. BOSTON. BULl be yr old.sf I' bath all Blrk-. completely fur- I I last .ek. God fruit te.. COLLEGE PARK- modern Cement -
Thor Oladlron A grand gift for your : 1 block from school and center
nlshed block from Post Office I tile floors. Each unIt
e Ave Partially furnished large 9 room bun block HARDING AVE 433 E Of Delaney
girl all her
to make ironing Wm. Willoughby :
a.ndet fruit To June 1. owner St. | town Pak Av. A contains 1 bedroom living room din- Owner leaving town f't tears
$50. alow t bus i
. easier. Walter 3. WllOl. Inc. ''.1 I 1OUR DOG at Cricket Acre Cloud 0. Box St. Cloud o.n.r. Convenl.nt F.hnl kitchenette and bath Also oil I I
- I Ph and Move right In ette nrrnnanrv. l larae bedr'sc' edarcto
Service and since 61 I lll | Longwood Fl. A home 1. .Ior. .tl 13.0
Robin' acroec S.le from Post Off ice.E fr"! E : from home. Dalmatios5sttuii. 75ol _ _ _ I IWIN AD-ARJVANHOESECON-At lat pay balance I beater. g asrasgean d water heater. t*. hardwood flon I rOtiare.
Aragon Ave i .sk.ncto 1 $ 5ho'per month. electric refrigerator and metal cabinet screened porch S fr'i" S II
KITCHEN CANS Kitchen; ..tnIS. I TERRIER PUPPIES-5. Real 2- PRK-90 furnished much for .this bedroom home *. Price $126OO See Mr Busr-art' I cn afford to way thin t" Ic sees

: White e.mel $195 O. ;2 m.le. 3 fem.le. Please $ season I mstrurl us to sell quickly for HARLOW O FREDRICK 118 N.I with Harold Shepherd Realty Co 20 n.r appointment only fHSutints .. va

uo 8tors C.. 25 E. PinePrne ACCORDIONS-Imported lront.Un 896 _ _ COTTAGE-In O-D !' 11.50. 7 rooms fireplace gas nor I Orange Ave. D.al 8188It E. Washington St Phone_5124. Realtor 62 : S t7en.ai
Orlando p
2- 12 and 120 bass. S St..r' ATC SPANIEL mos Cli furnae. 10O ft. lot Double garage DELANEY SECTION-Furnished newblock Arcade>; 4237
furnished electric p .
LMPST.bleI.mps'for lamps: guitars Herman Loan Office. 27 bollnc clove. fot i *25 and $Ja. PUPPIES2 Ph 17SW. San- : 4. Can: rfrl.P.tor -. laundry Home seekers In.slor. '* Great to v In OrlandoCOLONIALTOWN .- I home $2100 cash Balance
W Church 1 Klstmmee. better check this C .
Electric lenD rcquet; on Orlando Hlh' QUik. $60 monthly Why rent when you can

59 E Church- :-phone-5186. _ _ CHAtRS--Executive type For your b.ll. 1f ; .Jr : -SPANIEL colI HOUSE furnished-Modern: bedroom I mostly ;I Realtor 41 W Washington. 73O5 busy for less? Roper Realty. Church ; HOLDEN HEIGWIS-Otc t a tOw
:. ERlLrwe assortment of Boss Priced right Fla Bu.lnes nob.rd *. I ors registered $PUPPIESAlf June ;available ; rent to' ADAIR NEAR 3 PRETTY tAKESDent ) -Near stores and I and Main; 23433.I3UIISDREAD low priced home* W trans
... Equip Co. 39O N. Orange H.rd..r. 102 W. Church St. soon; $65 I> miss this 3 bedroom I New bungalow Nicely I srrun5t
.Up. Alr.ctv.d..dlc Av. 2-688J _ _ Box 36tt'Star moj' new school; paved treet. 2 *tory GOLF- 2 blocks) cI
's. 301 W. Churc St 5454 B.B. SHOT-In quarter pound or l I 1 PLPPIES-Seven-weeks old. I that has been reduced I4OOO to $11.- prewar fr.me: 2 bedrooms sleeping 1 1I Ipoirh. bedroom home with hardwood I roossla I ear gsroge FI Si P 1I
: pound packages Copper COKE TAiLER-T : V.lu. of extra landscaped Kit I with tore-p Call Gm, F Pr* 5o j
PilESSLRE COOKERS-Pyrex CHRISTMAS GlSR&lo.-co. male 7 months Merdwood ri.Pnslbleple- 5. linnx and dining room kitrh-1 floors gas for cooking and heating
.r. I Knox Stores Co 25 E Pine eO.IOdj I : i Furniture optionaL The rlshlk.nd r'
I 19 E
Cc Central Ate
H ley with electric Nice tot withi otit.
H en-
220 en 1-car breezewav garage _
Kei First Sanford.ciiRisTMAs
PanHad.ae. | s West St eouIPm.nl.
__ __ 1 ronvenlencn.
Inquire 420 Or.ngeAvo
Electric blankets 2-3163. S of heat for Flord. Floor fur I for $*> *
Or.n-e Ave Phone 2-1841. and comfortersnesting : _______ race Pre only 1105. Weir Sys- door barbeque offered 7 IVANHOE LAKE fPfnrhFrsne. :
pads: electric = PtPPUS- Pedigreed n.r. 3 car garage. trees In- I Pine furnished Only $2500 .
QLUTED ROBES Iron; coffee CHILRN'S-TOYS 2r off on all t.m. f28 ; 4t J completely paved gtreetsleOpngconing
Complete stock Shetland (miniature if wish Show
m.ker Juice - : pressurecookers stoves I II Sh..p WINTER PARK h furnlshf.-o come you anytime p >Im.snr cash Balance $75 per month C B screened front p", Near
Special COLLEGE new r
W Crl.tmu. prices. PrceU'. : flashlights: sun and heating I etc. H. H. Parrish Hardware. 220S tered collies. ). T.tkel.nd. Kennel nil large lake Combln.ton i Realtor Quick possession O C. Stewart, PARKA I .. breezewavgarage Davis. Realtor 41 W Washington p bus school (tore* M T '- ; bsrta i

31 Curch lamps: folding travel irons Orange Ave. Phone 2-1841. Wlter Pak. d.rnl room b.drm.. 2 baths 9788-03. Very nicely furnished 7305toUBSDREAD In veer Christ**** short lit lea*

en::IONS ELcoNICBI.ntet.: Xmas package: vacuum cleaners and ; CHILDREN--ALL CHIHOAHU PUPPIES Ready for and Urge porch To couple s I ADAI SECON-p- Inspec new gas ki'chen Immediate POSsession at your door. Modern than $7MO O C Stewart REa.jt I
C 'nolete MEAL Ironnl Xmas Pedigreed registered Reasonable for $1050 Phone Mrs Jack r
electric heater J. Wilcox season 9-88-6033
W.lte I Board and electric $12.5OO with term Weir boone Ideal for guests or large
!"' "ate delivery 301 W. Service Sales of.H. Dorothy Casseiberny.Fla I son 2-4551 1 tile bath double I I
t h St Prc.I's and Since 1936 The H. Parrish Hardware 220 Kbbe. garage laundry I System 6.8 E Pine family 4 bedroom steeping porch

Most for You Money Always. 61 i i Orange Ave_Phone 2-1841. S _ _ _ \-CCP.m-.har-S- i I I.n. landscaped corner lot By own- CARLTON'DR Near for.:: bus -S, I and bath upatalra large living room i
I --
148 E your broker 1504 N. estmore-
HOOtERS | with breakfast
\ODEL- mpIP I CHtLDRENSFRONTIER pasisc-: CANARIES-This week only.Singtng block house Com- dining room den kitchen -
v,'>i tob. . ROSARIES Ideal for : Christmas gifts. Mr*. Delit 1606 I bus line Call 7642 i land rom concrete nook H bath enclosed rear .
-late Crtm.s boy suit: belt: boots size 3'" UP, I E _ _ _ pletely furnished silver and dishes INCOME PROPERTY On* et Orlando
inm V tin or Christmas del"r. 125 values for n 50. Hem.n' I hats s. 301 W. Church St I Central | SEASOSALRENTALExquisite.. 2_ On account sickness reduced price to, porch and large front porch or lay ( rnovt charm.ng I**-6mepropertT

( 1 i \ her Co Hovr Dpt.. L.n Off. 27 W. Church SI __- 1 CHIHUAHUAS-Nice .1 rtonJonb; story bedroom home exclusive |>: ADIR LAKE SECTION brand-new 57500. Terms to .ull buyer. Eltlu.heI floor Lovely fireplace In living room boas**. Ide*':' t iatdbeaatifuHy .
Flor -Way" section For $2.000 Call j 1 unfurnished never-lived-in home and another In master bedroom Don and COSRIP f ..beci
ACE fussy I I pups. 3 from season K. Harmon. Broker Ph 2-2949. : -
Flyer The finest Appk. Wtte _
QUALT-I- but coaster u. with 2 large bedrooms Corner Corner location cowering
..on Careen Page Metcaif[ windows I bl aaraie is now to be self
coth, .el .romed' Heavy duty construction steel Rod SImpon-tton. Relor. living Ulebath COLLEGE frame C B Davis Realtor
rom. dining rom. PARK-2-bedrom. 1 lots $2OOOO Tbrre t* only one was as- 'e< ate
Ktf than Ace Cleaning bearings large semi-pneumatic tires I DOGS BARDED.rppd. clipped Phon. has tub and .ho'P. Kitchenequipped I shacked garage: air conditioned. 2! 41 W Washington 7.TOSI what this home Is re* < i* ar I
reV" In any dpnom'n.ton baSS on enamel Only $14 95 Bum and Animal WILL RENT nicely furnished home old. 304 E.HarardAoe.20346.CLOSE .
I year
( .f 12 ma 5 Ph1731 U. .10 and ap. : W. Colo by Hardware 102 W Church St i I .b.the.. 16 N. Or.ne; 4848. I for_several months _Ph .<43._ i I 7-ft. Kelvinator with new c.ble"bur..r sine newI gas I i iI I II DELANEY neighborhood-KALEY SECTION new masonry-Desirable of that the la aneatfcm to see It Here Lie stci'c" late Ia -tIe

5:1 CH..IR ASD-DEKE wagons DALMATIAN-(Coach doI. 6 months SEASONAL LEASE One of Olndo'smost stove new 3O-gaL automatic rater 1 1I I : ronntrwcted home 3 bedroom I'i ultra in construction the fi0l tlan

Pur-I ternsle broken to house leash and attractive and best furDhed I heater Breezeway and atta-tied ..- {. r --just listed 7 blocks east baths oak floor attached garage I* excellent. Oriental c Cr acer-i

r.1's. 301 W Church St.GESfSADDLHORi. car Inoculated for distemper Excellent homes. Near Country Club Large living rage This f.ne home without kltlhencu.pm.nt. of post office story .. Cbedrooms. Price $12 000 with 'j cash Call Bry la accord with all o'he- .

tirt .: : flexible, ki,krt & Reasonable Park 8-8363 isrge tile baths enclosed sun porch.atarhed With klcheu $10.5O.with plus g aeageapa rtment In rear ngan Bldg 672 N Orange: 2-4M1 | cilsrsln sasrageor' w

.n R H Parrlsh Hardware apartment and fa- down Contact Harold Priced below believe It not beau f - cI
IOI sonable 1410 S DOBERMAN PINCHER m.d's S 0 Vol.k 11.0. or location : BOW occupy this
RWere DesIrable
8 Orange Ave i I We.tmorelnd. Ph A home for frS25 Daniel DUPLEX-Furnished
rage season 2O6 S Wm.
2.3144 champion stock $5O Ph. prfet Ko1. Jai. Abut 'a E.lu.lve. Goodwin I carefally selected by a l- d
2-307. $100no Herman
At that I B,appointment Jim M Ca:ri- -811 .. with J. Kolar Re.llor. criminating owner
StPPLES-Ove.m.thln< HARMONICAS Harmatone DAL $40;; 1 D.Del Inc 537 N Orange 9655. p .
Ashcr Realtor
UTS 12 S '
I I' PPPIESI.les Pter. 2-4366 or 7811 If you are a' all tr"
C :; 115can Ul 1 mont. AQUARIUM AND your band' Lwellyn 75 to II '5. f.m.I. I:5 ML RoblDD Vain 2-0-86- ADAIR PIRK-J i DCPLEX EAST 6IDE Now under Uian* ml Mcnr ': : 7 1

A: Jl'MTION -short selection now A FS-M.t any man Loan "7 Church StROLLER P L.bUrK Lot 100X150 $"droms..th-I ; construction large bedroom lane 1 which will a so return a i

t rif: -A:: 12 'Ion"-.n article till Christmas Harry Coaler SKATES Sturdy ball DOGS CAT BARDE Specialcare t-. Rooms for Rent I nished $400O down furnished Balance 1 living room dinette kitchen with 1 s'an'iel yearly lnc"m' a' t 15

gtu.e shot.gun 'shell Knox Stores 138 Rdn.o Dr Winter Park bearing Rust proof fiDIh$2 95 Span-I t.n. Brok.r.T.le CITY LIMITS-I from H. cstnvean d refrigerator on 1 >surge!If under Ideal con'l ivan.
r :-> E Pine Phone 3163 BAROSIETER&-.An- Ideal -Fla KnoT Stores Co 2 E P. Phone lei at stud. 21 S. Bumby 2-3.87-. : AGNES ST 221-Attractive comfort- 118 E Av.Lf Po..u 32f2. paved blnk good toe a-" each aide Will be finished soon Buy; contact me and I n4I be it vases

A HOTBY metal I Business Equip. Co. 390 K.f. :3163 nOLSHBUU PUPS-ARC Resis- ab!. room good bed. semi-private I a very good unfurnished home I' now Clyde McKenne Broker 104 to consider an offer 'm ,
w' !tine Delta W-- Ave Phone ROCKET FLYER WAGONS AIM Christmas Sired I bath private home local telephone IO'D' 12x1 bedrooms 2 complete; w Central 24375.DLTSSDREADSpaciO8s.. keeping with the actua a'v 1? ; css
and _
St hbend tools are.the beat Harry BLANKETS 5.5. Canoon-Leaksvllle." I other ...on. 20' off H. H by our new stud "P1crua Rhody" ALTALOM.*. ST- 831-2 rooms "J SPR1SUS i bah. living room with picture win 6 room bnni creiais and furnith: ;'
I. Parriah 220 'Jolly Jerico blood ). I ALTAOT Bus You' galow furnished kelvinitor just I Line Bradford Broker 1 l'je S cin-
: _u. Inc.. W. Tel For double Assort id colors. H.rd..r. S Orange ML E L single InnersprDI mattress; $6 passes your dor. i '
10 U'.sn. I PurceH 301 b. St Ave Phone 2-1841. Toof Fern Park Florida week !. n.r bus line 4-room dwelling Furnished PrIe have 150 ft frontase or 3 lot* I I l decorated garage. 75x172 many elt- mal; Telephone 2-0233

\ FISHING FOX TENRIER-la *BO. old thoroughbred COLONIAL DR -1234 $3oOO T.r. had 14 believe but the I ru.. $12500 114 I Par Ave

iuUP- . Re\l.d BEDSPREADS-;Bate* Double and SKT croscope KIs C.tn'.n I f.m.le child : good watchdog I tractive room 'Twin E.-Nt. a; Cot.e.c. land Price $1800 ;, $10.5OO with $4 IOO down and DUPLEX-On lake Southeast S
single sizes Assorted andpatttns p
C. 39 .Ior le& good term Can Harold VoQick with
ISO 2Oth St
N O Ave Ofc. 21 W CrmrchSt. theater and restaurant I I..h rooms: 2 bedrooms bath lower
aiue Phone 5454_____ Pr.n's. 301 W Carl 8 KITTEN Persian.-5 -months Silver View-.4-bedroom home E'ectnc I J Daniel Kolar Realtor 206 8. Main Upper 4 room and bath; unfurnished KEYSTtnrc DR 25On-fi new
IN .
L. CAMELLIAS AND AZAlEAS will makean TVSEr.at.uon tricy CLOSE -Nicely furish.dr kltch $20-OOO term I 7811 Onfirhd $233.
LFLL.tb. V.lue np to I and smoke Very $15.Teteph0ne480 a. Large porches 3 car space frame hawe
:king distance
H $3 n. F.1 .Iea.nn I I appropriate. Itt. Call D.r.yW n.sheh"!, Bomb : Ino 7WCDu b.utUu near wa bus Ph 7767 I.L Al I 65 Lake vi. lota--Dtrldt. $5000an Over $3 000 spent on painting redecorating $1250 down balance o-er ft rear al
.0 or come
2 Nunr. Ot W Church St CLOSE IN-If yon-hk"th- archltec new roof and remodel- 0' See today

e Ilk. your selection _ _. iyci.ts. boarded Registered 1 I COLLEGE PARK SECTION=T.o nice HUCKEL-O-NEAL REALTORS: us E I tore of Old SP.1 and the quiet Inc. A nice roomy borne at a tMnga HALEY SCHOOL BECT7ON g0t1.

D-;; Is.inch speedway electric I CHRISTMAS GIFT for -,oune lady" WAG p.tor c'nr aolf.h. aquar- I room near grill and but line private Robinson: dial 2-3753 and sheltered atmosphere of a 61.n- low price A nice lake for fishing furaiabed 2 bed--"n" ele

or .: $11 80 Bumby Hardware 102 I cream piuhe collection in gor, rockers, d.t.. I..kf.t .es. lamplants. p.r.ket Ph 2-2:46. hou. single or double. 1113W. Al'amonte Srnl Office Homer i iah P.t. tavesttaate the three swimming and boating Ou> ef town kitchen Troll. Isrsge 515. 5-'v5

W Tharch SI.t."SAI gems .I.s cabinet. Pb.CARDABLES camases and Orlando F ... 141 PERSIAN KITTENS--White. 2 New Hampshire Ave I I Sewell M* I Wintr Park 8-8394. t. bath house we are offer- owner 1s making a ver reasonable and schvoi 55 900 *<->3 term Sam

JEWELRY=8hrine Ma 5761 _ _ _ _ _ _II _W_Church ._ months old. Hilltop C.ttr.. Sorrento CLOSE IN=20fi Hillcrest: Room with In* completely furnished tinriudingbeautifql price for Immediate sa e and dellvery Johnson Co 201 3. Main

: KFC. and Odd:Fel: Household scali- WHEEL G000F-Waeosss. tr7.J. Fla Take Rt 441 PI."uth _meals connecting bath ___ I spinet piano" at $13 440 00 114.580 good terms Sam Johnson -

<.w. Rin.. pent and tie I : electric floor scooter. ,'c JoN a water tank. Turn North about 5 ADAI PAR-Il.50 each move Call Miss Fl"k with 0 Harm-Moore. : Co 20S_ Min

Herman. Loan Office 27 W. Church rh.ms I.mpa CUe maker set*. thermometers KnoT Stores Co 25 E. Pine Phone sUe Look for sign CLOSE IN-Private home; 4268. 'I frame I 2-0311 1Q9 E. PIne.COLLEGEPARKSpseloumagonny. I II DTJBSDREAD Backspta 'off Par). KAROLINA AVE Winter ParE-

5r Bumby Hardware. 102 W 2 3I 3 __ I PtPE6-Pnbre 2 month old .arI house Full tOe ba>h. breezeway andatisrhed I I bedroom furnished: *'trhd, 55-

miTINOT and .uBa.._ Church StmeTnc _ _ _ _ ; WHIZZER m ITTMS--Air filter i I I females (40: CLOSE IN-Large double room hot : garage Excellent neighbor I bungalow on corner lot FIn net.1, rste patio l', patb shrubs Owner Open Hsu**-AH Dy Todar
I $1 73 .55. chrome rearview i English Bull fem'ales $3O German i kitchen equipment I borhond Attic Pan. Central I
: cams BROILERS and grin com : and cold water $12 up per week I .m I III DUBSDREAD SECTION 5-room
mirror $ twfjt-trtp controls! i Police males 125 females $ Scotch I Call Nnnei p Breezeway Double Garase Beautifully 51 F s--arlto.
er tackle boxes tithing rods and >et. card tables and sets: 2 166 E = concrete block bwnsalow furnished Drive North ett Clay
ci ', "Zveryreart," flashtirhts. :ifercers burner portable oil stoves $3 95. $4 "5 and Bendlx Collie. English Shepherd Pl Bullmale ..ck. _ _ Realtor Carrigan B dg.. furnished $15500 Well financed.Otto 1. I new furniture attached garaxe oak i tarn lft on* Mock to C >
cushion kapok filled eletr. nn.r'O se.. complete with $20 females SIS: toy CHENEY PLACE. 28-Large comfortable 17 O.n. 2-4551. Rasmusen with Cavenaugh Re- I
sieve 2 burner 8-way hrat ..t I floor price $10000 $2.SflO cash. oar alga
0' .. qs o- "* ::/ ma'is sis females $ room for single person Con- I II 1 -
t h Rurnware IM $15 WhlrxFr p VAaxhmtton Arcade Phone to Wn gats I
y W Church !t ; cab"et Ideal for trailer' and small h..lp-ht. :Vetient, I .I\r. Ask for H-1291 Harold V Coadiet.I This ia the sense
tor ,: eo0 N. Toy Shenherd male $ to 2-32O3 '
cs Spits
Orange or totn. t
Ave Phone P find a aaod hems designs
d ( . .lltmentblr.r ,.0110. *tove< __ 1 Realtor 3" E Central: phone 6137_
,! IWR.Alkl.. np'DI.tn" I rUhot plates! Arvin m.rl : ;17 __ fem.I. $10 Shipped COD I ClOE lS.Dubl.room with private BEVERLY SHORE COLONIAL GARDENS Attractive i I I Vacant New concrete 1 fortabie lIlieS and at a ra /c-
< : approval Kennels FountainInn.8.C DUPLEX '
n c.> 25 E Pine Phone i rockers 'ard cha;rs. hot wa:er heaters W5rCNS.S-icht! .hl"y red front Mal.r 8ut a.1 Street telePhGne24SO9 -I modern 2 bedroom furni'hed bun north nastieR prlce?
<.' 2-316 "Co.rs': and 1225 to $'250 Ped sroo'er. al'tml- _ _ _ I We have the prv1re of listing one galaw I Beautiful lawn : block. quiet' street Dowla Three new boaaea. furn I--1 r- -
DESK-VI all:ut .- I "Foreor. .o I ; I $12 600. cash Can Silt Frame Il/IS
!ll ranges in all 24-locl ctr nnm wagons W;ckoff'* Hdw 2524 C SEI Sleeping rooms with prl I of homes Tl'teuOI owner ;a-s get offer I .tt I with r Boland Realtor CarH ae> furnished C
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a and bond: $49 W"Iar 17" I
:1.1. has everything hardwood floors attached sane-
Kuhl boose
mirror Cocker Ph 2.0054.PARRAKP.WTSThrqiaolsesnd
SO and '
rre; e full baths Don Dudley.
," P3H.1 vae bah. sml-pr.ae 'Bld N pS.2-4S$1. .
B-a Orange
R.lor. ; ,
< : ": ure Co. 14 and *nc-h $nor mirror In walnut ma 1 Ph 2OO rattatcr heat la large kitS a**>y be pur haeral -
f' WC.irrlSt- I hanv. or maple $4 50 others X. SPECALMltOD- H1r.l. every fD.a te have the pleas- i, SIALTWNImaaar I DnB9ORE COUNTRY CLUB terms. We Invite : ...
L. TiERS Hn'on" u .. .. Iaredo rt C-IS-lJ-nlk.t. Attractive ire of showing this PTP trails new concrete block 3- ,on mint. Everett Wrl > H A
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rrec. . 301 W
: 'Iv.n LuC iv..- Hcul lit Rosalind Ave C. --t of S Or"O Blo.m :n bath c.n):' P A Allison RealtorW n, breezeway
::. :- "! ( : .r'l 5tl (.hurt'b St ) 7-a PV. large Ud ocit'Cd POI C,. n.ai Pn 1-1'I
P CASSELBERRY Azalea Lodge Am r- :GCRX" BEt( BROKERS 3WOranxe N .u" igton 2a sarase furnace lety i 'i*

POIXTR" yean ed: temale! lean Plan Hotel riding horse. funi 3 t576 CLOSE IN .B n lful lkevlew home; Lrt I > M IJ-< owner *< >ig n'r.n.

t ; A A. --n Ca I 649 J.ck.on.t i In;. hlnU. in season Winter Park rooms 2 pun porches; b.th. for qst-k sale $!'.75O. Terma. W B -
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& Srnthtrl-S'tar I I 51. llousea for Sale I I I I I 51._______ Houses for Sale I I I 51. Houses for Sale I I 51.: Homes for Sale I II 54. Lots for Sale 56. Busie Property for Sale) 60. Business Opportunities i iAUTO 60. Business Opportunities

LAKE house semi- DEATH OF out-of-town owner com I II WELL BUILT modern house near j BEVERLY SHORES-100 ft lot amid BUSIE LT-.n. Ave. In- ACCESSORIES SHOP service \ GROVE MORTGAGE-(12.800. bear-
Orlando quick sale. Attractive 2-bed- Fern Park. Six rooms with bath. beautiful homes
once. Price pels exclusIveresidential stations :'
Florid Paion. I frm pre.n' 15 restaurants grocery and the S* Interest. Three year receipts
21 1947 S5.OOO- Price Real W PA- i i I room bungalow fully frDhe. 3 I I and eU rnt.i. kitchenette and section 12.80.C..en.uh per month. Oo.t 1. meat markets. Call A. W. Ridge associate for fruit from this grove was
PAGE 8-B DEC. miles out. T. bath. To porches. 677 N. Orange '1
Estate. 240 Orange. | 1550. h.1 L' lsltor Acade. Phon Broke ; of Everett Wells. Broker 1204 < $47.500. Good Investment. Phone
_ frame bungalow 2 bedrooms Ph. or 4737. by 50 garden '
5 '
"" I i R.ltor. fet 0 40. E. Colonial: 3-3502. 5467 call 1224 Palmer St.
i NORThEAST-Vacant i I .rom This house Is in A-I LdOrf'l 1 trees arbbr. further Information CLOSE IN-Zoned for business. or

51. Houses for Sale I room bungalow. In n:1b- b.th has a large G.L $600 C$15OO . P.O. Box 293. BUSINESS LOT In fastest growing room hou 01 50-ft. lot. $ 51 GAS STATION-With adjoining-
hood. Has 2 I I I I front to porch. The price I I bedroom m.snr Fern Park Florida. section of Orlando on prominent cash $1750 at $30 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES sine bedroom bungalow completely fur

KALEY New room dinette built-in "Packard" Christmas lrnet I e prce.aluminum casement win street. Can be bought on easy terms. Call Mr. 1920. Phone 2-1008. 45 W. Central. nished. Corner location, concrete

SOL. SON 2 bedrooms furnace brea..J. attached garage. I $7.500. tk down terms to do., Yl.. sewerage. Pri $7850. I BEAU FRAME 5 room house Why not purcha this lot and bud :::Realtor. 41CO W. a.to:I Prescott V. Steele. highway. Wonderful opportunity for

.nice location. near abo II large lot at 9750. Mr. Harper au bunr'l Wilbur Stricknd 23 W. I rrner 10,2.8 garage nice your 0"1 store. Carman & 7305.EDGEWATER mechanic. Exclusive with C P

and aUr. Ii.9: terl .ith Asher Peter, Re.lor. 12 S Beautiful ranch style home on Church; I' ly lad.p. y.c.nt Price Henry$7500.C.Dull. Inc. O.ner.C.rnl.I .. 672 M.Orange DR. Several choice BARBER SHOP. 1 chair. Nice growing Shumway. Realtor. 140 W. Orange;

208 M.i. Main; 2.786NORTT 10 miles from Orlando. 3 bed I'I'i NEW. and ready t occupy 2 Ter... Realtor. wth. ; 2-551. b\es locations in this fastgrowing business In FairviHa. See J. F. 2-3282. -
i rooms. 2 b.t 21 acres In BELGRADE ST.-SO x 110 ft.; Sanders at Falnrilla Beer Tavern.
SECTION-New cement room bunl.lo. nU section available. 50 to 100 On main
Price or will sell house 111..1. 'I EXCLUSIVE LOCATION-Streamlined bus line; paved street; all GROCERIES AND MEATS
PAIV Suunde I nice bedrooms. Tile .tret. ..ll. con.en frontage. Can bought on easy equipped and
I for 19500. PI.t'l bd-I rambling block bun.llo. of 7 ences: Owner. 1409 Belgrade.COI.ONIAL It b highway. Fully
nice mer ho..11 we. bath. Oak J floor furnace. Lifetime .cr. and stre.D.rh section rooms. Tile bath and tile kitchen furnace tr P..e .teet ..er.n and stocaed. Room for fruit display
oiler .
and lk. prYUele roof. lot. 15.0. Terms J. H. PACKARD. Realtor. pried. patio breeseway. 2-car. garage AND Kentucky lot 70x143.A and Boland. BEAUTY SALON Owner flL must sell make offer
new mu lunl.lo. -*i cash ( pr month. I I.e.t. I with laundry room and maid's room good Investment. M.ke.I offer. Inc.. o.ner 672 N. 01..1; Carri- King Real Estate. 3O E. Church: 8435
ments. 45 w. block
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o two br Ir_ Located Herman Goodwin Inc.. 677 Or.n. Orlando Fla. CentrL Plone I Ii DEUX BOMEm.U breezeway. ', with bath. L.td on .11 landscaped Owner. Ph. 2-2334. can Bldl.; 2-551. I IEDEWATE AU new fixtures and furniture bunt For sale

bt ad deln 9855. I ...tructon., for.. I large CLERMONT-Two building lots. 159 DRIVE-One of best in booth units. Modecraft fixtures. GROCERY GAS STATION-
lot i good location
garage A real 10'frnt.ae'l NORTH SIDE-Attractive 5-room. I scaped. corer urnace .lb b.utlfu l.nd-I I Furihe or unfurnished at below and 160. Indian Hills Section. 22 lo.ttn Corner lot that Eugene Dryers. Shop in excellent by owner: priced; nice right for quick: sale.

Attce S10.0OO. Terms if modern bungalow; large landscapedlot. Excellent lo.ton You must price. grapefruit orange and tangerinetrees. can't mL. more than priceof condition. Good lease at $40.00 per 382 S-Star.
McNutt-Heasley, Realtors. IS W. Garage. New gas kitchen equIpment WINTER PARK-1498 Michigan. Just I control to Phone I I Key In office. Georgia von EchlHer, Cash or trade for car. Owner $ .i M. Caldwell with Ash- month Close In downtown location. write

Washington St. Phone 5106. and clrcul.tl. heater included. I outside city limits. 2-bedroom cot s 691. Noble Smith R.l 135.0. 124 I Realtor 7188. 115 E. Rich Ave.. DeLand. Fla. er p.ter. I.ltor. 12 6. Main; 2-786. Priced to sell at $4.750. Terms can GROVE. 4 acres. 305 seedling trees.

Price ( Herln G.i Inc.. tage. Furnished electric kitchen by NEW ENGLAND and We.tFolk. EXPOSITION PARK Excellent lot GUEST HOME-Facing one of Orl.ndo' be arranged. 6-room house. Estimate 2.000 boxes

Broker; 677 N. Or.n. owner close to shopping and bus.Immediate lust what you Midde Prewar 50 135. Bus service, electricity, nicest close-In Walking fruit. Direct-by-mail express business -

LAKE FRONT miles west of city. possession. 15.5. house Ike. electric tores.J Growing community. Only distance to everything.like.12-room house HARLOW G. FREDRICK Business goes with the grove. $9.975,

Fine brick 3-bedroom home. CompletlJ I kitchen. breezeway $150. 10% cash. $5 month. Lane Broker. 118 N. Orange Ave. Dial Phone Casselberry. 2-2221.
WASHINGTON ST., 2020 E.-Beautifully Y garage of lifetime AU large
furnished; 2-car garage; serr- BOLA SPEC 14.00O ft. of land 2 with Herman Inc.. Broker. rontrcton 8188.
sq. on
NORTH ENNe. furnished: 5 rooms and frult'j Ood.II roms beautfu expensively GROCERY STORK and Meat Market
shrubs Qu.ren. Well lands.pd bath sleeping porch .a.le. Corner I Duplex-Close I 2..torJ frame. Short drive to Orlando shopping 677 N Orange; furl.hed. bJ OPA $900 "23rd Consecutive Year In Orlando.** Good location nice stock and fix.tnres. .

citrus tre. concrt block home that will lot 52' x170. Near right.See $20.000. terms.3Bedroom ter. 8crlfc. 162: Terms. HOLDEN HEIGHTS-1408 27th St.; This is a cl.s propertyand Long lease. A real business

: acres. C. C. I plea most exacting home it toda: Fred Garreis. Exclijpive frame dwelling. 2 apartments I N. Oralndo Ave.. 50x135 ft.. near bus line niceneighborhood. can b purchased on any reasonable for only $6.000. W. K. Price, Real
omof'h 2-1747. :buyer. This house has 2 large airybedrooms Broker. 8561 or 4328. for rentaL Nice location. Winter Park. 188. Open Sunday. Phone 969O. For full details price etc.. Estate. 246 S. orange Ave. Phone

Ph I modern bath large living furnished I 22500. terms.Tourist I BEST CHRISTMAS GIFT YET.- LANCASTER DRIVE Beautiful. high. please come to office and see Mr.Stewart BAR-PACKAGE-RESTAURANT 63 5.
room with picture windows front andrear I[ WIR PARK NlcelJ Cour location Dwelling. i|I home. Check our 1.'. H.me. this with Harold Shepherd R.i located On main highway during
LANCASTER PARK-Immediate possession | and i I bungalow Roll and I, hlsb lake frontage. A I $275 up. wooded corner In restrictedfnl Co 20 E. Washington St. fine business will lease for i years. GROCERY With living quarters
on this rmplete1 furnished3bedroom dinette :e"n: i- Women's Club. 3 b.ths 1 dandy 13.7S. Terms.HUCKE'EA I lake view Spc.lNe.. -. breezeway home section. Exceptional l.ke Initial payment of $8.OOO to Include Very good Income. $10.500 Including

bath and I nets attached garage. Large lot. well j.r.de. | 1 or 2 bedrooms with bath .. I REALTOR; 118 and screened porch. Near bug .11. 125' X 135' $5500. ReX-McGllI. purchase of equipment fixtures bunding stock furniture. Terms.

drains electric kitchen beautiful play Move right in for 19.0. I vateentraoce < and can be rented. Rbinon and stores. Easy terms or cheap for Re.ltor. 128 N. Orange. Phone 4147. HOME stock. urof license and one year Chenault it Jennings. Inc. Realtors.

room breezeway. 2-csr garage, ..rI Prompt possession. $7.50. good c.sh. C. U. T.Jlor. Broker. 2518 LOTS LOTS LOTS Dbsr.dCountr GUS rental of property. See Mr. Little 672 N. Orange; 7234.
ant's $20.500 with I HARLOW G. FREDRICK 118 terms. C. W. 672N. Club Section
N. Orange; with Harold Shepherd Realty Co. 20
664. YIW. One of Orlando's outstanding Furnished
Call L.Pryde. Orange; 6509.WEREI0.0 home. HOTEL
.L e..for. .it Rbt; Orl. A. D.l 8188. FOR CHRISTMAS-Lake view house low as $495.Knowles-Templs Choice lo.ton on beautifully lnd- E. Washington St. Phone 5124. plete. Located north of Orlando
Winter Park-iLake
Ratr. 66 N'j on business lot. 5 all electric Easy walking Well known
rom. main thoroughfare.
"It's Great Live In Orlando. Dr. Section) are as a.pd BEER PARLOR with efficient sanitary on
t kitchen nicely furnished. City Lt. a
'I GREATEST BARGAIN EVER 295. to downtown. 6 bedrooms. 3 kitchen. Suitable for individual and established. Year-round Income
LAWSONA 14 N. -Owner water. 175. Suitable for guests.Sahler. baths more easily availableby Has 42 heated units, hot and cold water
BLV. ; this home Lake In. price Is bdrom. or couple. Lot 50x60. on Orange
of town. 2-bed- on lake. I Road. 7th house Northwest Scton3 bedrooms. 2 only Fronto" size T. lot la50x142. simple Clay tile construction Blossom TraU. North entrance busy each room. Large lobby, dining
home immediate pos NORTH SIDE-Furnished frame. 2 Stu.ted north of Fairbanks. Look for name on rom. 16x18. kitchen 1.050. T. basement with oil furnace. and kitchen Busy season lust
r fue Large oak trees give shade and coolness b.th. lYle year round town. Well worth $8500. room
on P reduce 11.6 bedrooms: 3 year old; paved street; through Summer months. There I house.A diete. entire house carpeted. Paved streets bus service. lights and lar. floored .ttc with ce.r storage John Costello. Broker; 8115. starting. 513 500 investment. It can

(2500 do. J. Grelolr I (6.950. terms. Herman Goodwin Inc.. are some 60 bearing fruit trees oproprJ. this HOME AND INCOME at 710 Woodruff Venetian blnd., stove and water Terms 1-3 balancesmall . this proprJ los not be duplicated. Call Mr. Barprt
prl Sunday or your br.ker. Broker. 677 N. Orange; 9855. 1 aU of which are in excel i St. 3 furnished and 1 unfurnished frigerator. 100x150. First reI monthly c.sh. the adjoining lot : with Asher Peter. Realtor 12 S

A D..i phone 3-1541. 3 S NORTH Second Hand H.u.Us ; new brooders and I .p.rment. each with bath gets this bargain at 112.50. Carrigan & Boland Inc.. Owners for building .rental units. Price BAR. GRILL PACKAGE STORE Main: 2-0786.
) but not .bued" 2 brom. uMurI I buildings for raising .pproxim.telJ Lot 75x6. lale. $19.50. terms. Fred Ganl.. !xluslve Broker Carrigan Bldg.. 672 N. Orange; 10.0 HOME AND INCOME-Close in at
J. I 8561 or
In. Large lot. lihed. Tl S.OOO chickens may b usd Mos. 12 Ph. 2-551. This offering Includes real estate busy highway intersection Sar,1wiches -
LN-o with Main: phone 6977. BARLOW O. N. Orange -
L.el concrt 10.5 trm. P.n Creb. dismantled for some purs. I LKE-FON Interlbn FERIC 18 with modern'building. bar, tables and short orders. Beer and
brick 2 bedroom Exr. I.ltor. 507 Met.1 Buidi.; phone This home i most ar- L I R A. cooler deep freeze locker kitchen wine license. Large floor area booths,

screen porch overlooking Bard- 2-110. ranged. front porch extends .. dancing good Sunday trade growing
I.ke stricted. Nydegfrer Investment equipment etc. Liquor license and
.o for. full Wed b.th Fuel NORT SIDE-Small house. city across the front of the house and aU FURNISHED 3-BEDROOM home In 51-1. Lake County Property 5O6 E. Colonial Dr dial 8065. "I.. Great to Live in Orlando. stock on tiand. On Rt. 17-92 and a (2OOO month exclusive of puitaall

. electric. lOc fare t rom are spacious. including living I' easy walking distance. One of the good location. No phone information. games, juke boxes and punch boaids
with built In laundry trays. This 2450. 9138. owner. room dining room. 2 bedrooms kitchen most outstandingvalues of the day EUSTIS Downtown a grocery and I LOTS-Amherst St., (49S: South St.. Shown by appointment only. Bon- which pay overhead. Living quarters.
home and equipped with Venetian 01-1 and bath. This house has recently Has fuU sized kitchen living room i, beer t take out Buy this for less 16S Brown St. S63O; SummerUn GUEST HOME-Princeton Ave. $3OO 5809. $18 2SO. with only $82SO cash includes
i NORTH nice I nett & Bonnett 145 N. Main;
bld electric water heater. SWEVer. been painted both inside and out dining room. 2 baths and 3 lovely I Itearooms. than 1.0 If ti.eek. Kenneth I St_ $60. Ph. '61. pr month income pays 18' per Real Estate. Johnston Henry, Broker.

Beat la.70. Phone A T."Butr lunl.lo. H.rd.o. fors(3500 I and has metal roof. This home Complete electric kitchen i! S. .. ; B. W. Hunlley.I MURIEL AVE.-50x137. aU conveniences on investment. Exclusive .It 6 W. Church St.. 654S.

C.rr. .mersl down,payment 10.00. terms i I has been well cared for in excellent I IBrldfod I and really high class furniture 'I realtor. 406 Orange Ave.. Eustis, Ph : high and dry; owner 671 White Bros.. Re.ltor; 824 N. ;

C.rer. .. 12 S. Main. Chenault & Jennings. Inc.. 672 N.: I i I repair. r yncAh: Lane throughout. There Is extra lot also j i 30_ Blue. N Or.nc Ave Apt. 5. 2-1688. Invited. BUSINESS LISTINGS NEEDED-See

LAKE FRONT 2 nice Orange; 7234. | 120 E. Colol.l. 2-233. Price is only $12.875 for aU this fneproprJ. ,, LKE FRONTAGE-132 ft. on lk I ORANGE AVE. LOT in Orwin Manor HIWAYS Harlow G. Fredrick. "Business INFANT AND CHILDREN'S Shop-
1 il92NoSPontae. "
home. cash This .
5 About $7,750 H.rrl. 2 miles west of for $1100. C. R. Emerick. Realtor. large Headquarters. 118 N. Orange.BUSINESSHOMEINCOME .
and bath 1 6.roopi.and
room : blth ORLO house good to last Trade with with electric lights. Ideal
VITA- Phone 7348 610 N. Orange Ave. Church and Main. 2-3433. ready-to-wear
3 Almost 1 Downtown location
acre Century Geeslin Realtor 143 N. I
.r. b.uUfu furihe par11 Swald Louis for summer or winter vacation or
ORWIN lots. 4 $3500 from Infants to 14 years
bearing trees. A 22 motr. (2.250 for alL Main: 2-14S4. year-round living. For IUNOR2 adjoining INCOME pRPERYBo.ner. clothing
up. OnJ 11.0. terms. Mrs. Keller bridge Av. blocks north of Witr WINTER PARK-2 story modern 1250. 50 X on OrangeAve. unit ov- total price. Main highway, near of age. Several exclusive lines. Caters

with Dre Broker 4412. Garden Rd.ORLND. home on .Iop.130x370. overlooking mation Ph. 62 or "rte Infor-I In .xcusl. Westminster sec- e$20O. Priced to sell ph. 2-4181. city limits Consists of completely to and has the highest class
I beautiful Virginia. Everything tion. at $1050 each stocked store gas station and beautifully clientele. Good lease at (9000 pet
2 family. 2 -bedroom TODAY'S BEST BUY-3 bedroom FLA. 3 small prced LUCERNE SEro'- Atracty8- furnished home Also has living";
LAKE inatyle For most comfortable happy living. PLYMOUH. for Immediate' Exclusive with : month. Attractive store 15' x 70'

.MAIndlYldull. .p.rment up.. I-bdrom with apartment house Seal p.ce and quiet. 1 bedroom and home on south side .o neighborhood I business lot. 185> on I Lane Bradford. Broker. 1204 E. Colonlal lightful story. 4ia baths oil quarters in back of store This sacrifice Price $3.000 plus Inventory of merchandise. -
lo.td do.n; near scnools.nice Rt. Kenneth S. salesman .drom. price makes yon owner of aU
bath 2 bedrooms and bath up. .tore. 2-0233 .
I 44. Copl.nd.
and finely 3 bedrooms heat. lot.
buit and other lot 75x15. overlook lake. 2-car garage with servant's quarters lot paved street sa..e. Com- W. Orange furnihed. Large furnishings and stock and gets you

t baths. affording com Near bus. .tre. lhol. churches. bath. etc. Well worth price. pletely furnished for $10.500. Clyde Ave.. HunteJ..r.lor. PALM TERRACE-Beautiful buildingsite lone maker. IJO.O. term. Weir I 7-year lease with option. Unbelievable G FREDRICK Business
and ezelusiveness. Exclusive C. l.undr. Broker. 104 W. CentraL Eu.ts. ; lake view and lake front Attractive 628 E._ :_ '
S850. trms. A Olden. Brokr. McKenzie. but true. No other cost-Only
John Broker. I B Ave. Dial
C. Babcock Jr.. with THREE Broker. 118 M. Orange
Ave.. 12.0. Ph C..telo. DRM-home bautfu Tegder. Developer. -
B Wltr 426-R; 2-775. prlr. Cal ROBINSON S-W -FuU commercialzoning $35OO. If you are capable of quick
Realtor W. Washington. PI C188.
188. Open Sunday. enunc. Pos 31 : 2-O442
R T 1 165 by 112 ft. I still
afternoons. 8115. HOME AND INCOME on main high session In 10 days. Write or Inquire niI f. front.le action ran save you more.
11. ORANGE MEMORIAL BOPIA way. Large store room blo. nice2bedroom Grove Theater. Oroveland. Fla. BUILDING LOTS-Select your home deep. Priced .U qUlcklJ. See Mr Exclusive. W. A. William with J. "23rd Consecutive Year In Orlando."
Section-.3 bedroom, WINTER PARK-Lskevlew: 1940 life apt. above. I site in the attractive Dbs Little Harold Re.ltJ Co. Daniel Kolar. 206 S. Main; 781Lj

LAKEFRONT-Suburban home onlJ contructon All large rooms deluxe tie bunl.lo. 3 bedrooms 3li new. Large lot. Price ( alot I dread Country Club section. Lt 20 East Washington St. 5124.

10 minutes dv to twn A ni .1 resPt. About $6.000 down on rom I ArchlteturUJ terms Call Bill Douglas with H. F. all sizes. Cos In school TOURIST COURT-9 Buildings 18
bedroom : 6911. Noble Smith correct for Fla. cah. 672N. KISTLER OFFERS stores. Cash or I j I BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES-
r m Oneh.1 Bldg. construction
13.2. Di Boland. Realtor. Cardigan Prced re."n.blJ. rooms concrete block
u i: i Whether want to buy or sell KNIT SHOP wen established and
condition. 2 car garage. co Etlte. 124 S. M.ln.OR will stand t.rful romPlrlt Don Orange. 2-4551. terms : 7559 perfect condition. Also office and you -
Dudley. Gasoline and service station. Excellent any type of business see-"Speak to going business by giving lessons
land about 2 2-74. I
acres i bearing WIN MANOR SECTION-S room location on 441 main Central WVTR-PARK'flne.t residential owner's quarters. 25 ft. highway Spiegel". Whitney Spiegel Realty Co.. and selling finished products and
trees. Right on a lake with good concrete bunl.l.of excellent con BEDROOMS-and two baths Florida MacDonald frontage- and 3 told. Fully Realtors. 706 Metcalt Bldg. 2-3269. for ,
Highway. Brand new. Owner supplies. $5.500. equipment
gwtmmlng. boating and fishing. G Al and bath ga- WINTER PARK-Overlooking Lk TEE Uent family home with bed 1 Park at Park and Palmer Ave I furnished including linens etc. CG
arcton. rom Forces sale. this stock and lease. Bettes Investment
well electric This is unusually U 51.
Virginia. .rlousJ
pump. a lnlJ together with extra room and bath downstairs and two nues. David Andrews. Realtor. Win- In location. Shows top BUSINESS LOT in fastest growing W. Washington. Phone 8513
hoe for some one that wants lot Price (12.500. See Mr. Folsom. story Monterey-Colonial- of cementtile bedrooms and bath upstairs. Oak acres land Just outside ter Park Exclusive agent investment Price 16.0. C..e i section of Orlando on prominent Co. 25
outside city. CompletelJ furnished Shepherd Realty Co. 20 and frame with tile roof. 3 bdrom and 'Eut& naugh. Arcade. street. Can be bought on easy terms.
I I floors throughout two fireplaces High cleared and I BY OWNER-Two lots on Indian Rultor.W.Shl.tOl
for 12.000 wth terms. Washington St. Phone 5124. 2 tiled b.th. .utom.tc 2 lmit. Phone Why not purchase this lot and build LIGHT HAULING and package delivery -
aU electric kltch"n blok. ready lovely homes. Pricedto River Drive In Charleton Terrace. I _ _ '
See Mr. Harold In 2 I including 46 Dodge
n.ce garage.maids
St..r Sep ORANGE AVE. (Just Off)-2 bedroom from Lake Lucerne. Furniture seU. $1.650. Cocoa. Flord.. I30T170 ft. Box 335. I TOURISTCOURT i your own store Carrigan herd Co 2 S. W tl 6 room and bath. Beautifully and Included i LAT:8 Inc Owners. Carrigan Bldg.. 672 N. truck. Call 2-4680.
Phone S124. home plus 2 rental apts. Complet landscaped lot 120 s 4OO ft. Special I worth over 1.0 Is in T..reaL.rn 4 rooms and bath. S-Star I i ft. on highway.
I ly furnished. V total price $12.875. Broker. Orange. 2-4551. I NIGHT CLUB By owners. Central
Home 2 Golden
11.00. r.h. Kll price, partly Robert R. McNutHe.sleJ. Corer cir. car BEAUTIFUL SLOPING LOT to Lake sale. Only $3400. A. C
LAKE LORNA DOONE (Near)-Va- furDhed 15 W. Florida location on main Government
Real Estate. ; House could Into Branch office 17-92 '3lj milesnorth
8435 Tyre. Realtor Washington, Re.ltr W.s.tOl la.le. Lancaster. 90 ft. frontage. First I on > BOYS-White. 14 to 15 years old. for I i
Brand bunga Liquor
unt move 1 1 small duplex. Priced below I[ of underpassl. Open Sunday. highway near town.
features. Lake ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL 5 mie. 6174.WINTER. StI make tie offered at $5250 C. R. Emerick. Morning Sentinel paper routes. Apply and excellent
J. .brm et. out; 2 room O.ne. value $4.000. 610 N Orange: 7348. 250 Mr Wolfe. Circulation Dept.. Sen1 I wine beer
cash bal rot.le. 11.8. lease all furnlture. -
F. 4-LNEhh-.front.p. dance floor. License
Ylw prce. Eustis-Large Colonial home converted 1
300 .
Edenberg Wlter ; VERMONTER. FlorIdian tlnel office afternoons 3 to 5 p.m.
easy. 2 Pennsylvanian. fixtures equipment and fine
and den. .nthel. brom Box 922. Orlando.PALM PARK-3 bedroom bungalow into duplex. Furnace new rof. buy at Homeacres 492 lots I acres In .1. High. dry. 1 miles i stock of liquor for $10.000 plus In
th ston Ower HAVE JUST four beautiful house spotlessly clean and In top con BAR AND PACKAGE STORE-WeU
offer. O. St..r Realtor 9788- RCA dream home.Situated with 3 b.th Large living homes which UST handled for dition. Nicely furnished with good sold since 1931 Now who's next? from tourist Ideal etc.for Land service...t.ton. established. Proven money maker ventory. Dissolving partnership. Box

8033. corner lot room and lreened prch dining $1500 CaU W. A. Williams furniture. This I a real buy at Remember bush lots for 130. .c.ur. opportunity sure Lease, license, furniture fixtures and 355 S-Star. '
down them.Kimber. crease
Fruit. See 941
VIEW-Just outside city limits. Lik pryleleL $13.75. room kitchen and bute'l pantry. Orlando I fine stock of liquor. AU for $10.000
L tinger lot small with J. Danel Kolar. 206 S. M.l 15.0. I' I here. A good buy at $8500 terms. ORANGE CITY-Sundry store. Doing
bm.furnished. 1.50 down. 1.1 2.01 Large corner on 7811.A Realtor 62'i E. Central plus inventory. Information at office good busIness 6-room house and
T i rel a good bu 16.0.Pbe lake. Excellent large trees and land IF YOU ARE LOOKING for choice (Hutnl.): 4237. only. James J. Hackett. Realtor 1317 lot. Sickness reason for selling.

6911 Noble Smith. Ra E PRIBCETOI( SCHOOL SECTION-2 scaping. Call L. A. Bryant with Mate W. J. KIS. REALTOR Post lake front property or Improved ShKh Blvd.. "Opposite ACLRR Depot." G & R Sundry Store. Orange Ctty.Fla.

tt. Main. bedroom rncret block bungalow.new. Williams. Realtor. 21 W. Wab- Office ., .. Florida Phone lake front property call J. H. Packsrd. 3-F. on new cross state highway.

FRONT veteran who can St. Phone 8106.WINTER 391 P. O. Box 1146. Realtor. In.stment.. 45 W. Centrsl. on old Cheney close to east .
L An outtndi. .1Juei2 qualify for (8.OOO 01 Loan. Can W. Red I Phone 6461. Orlando city lmit. Sacrifice for $3SOO. C. B.Davis. CASSELBERRY BEAUTY SHOP-
beautifully 1: B. with Marie REALLY GOOD BUY- F. 41 W. Washington; Completely equipped. Please telephone
feet. 8 bunga Brdae Wil.m .; bath 7305 Winter Park 22221.
cement brick St . oil 52. Groves for Sale
J. and ; New block 2-bedroom
bst lot I
140 Sp.ciou panelled living room 810 burning space ; electric ,Iterhe.ter home. WeU contrcton.c.pd lot on paved 55. Country Property for Sale I NE 2-TORY-COcrete block. apt. .

fIpl.ce. charming p.to prch ; $6.250; 229 Second 5t. Win street. Quick possession. (8000 with GROV acres. 305 seedling trees on corner CEMENT BLOCK MACHINE and mixer PREFABRICATING PlANT-
3 lovely bedrooms. all e PRINCETON SCHOOL SECTION ter Garden. term. O. I. SubJect appraisal on Estimate 2.0OO boxes I COUNTRY ; comfortable I i! adioininc 150 ft frontage on with truck. Will sell, lease or :
maIds room with h:1: bath butler's I Ipatr Furnished 2 bedroom bungalow. Cathedral lOO'i loan. See Mr. Perkins. with fruit. Direct-by-mall express business : RnedorJ home w Smith. $5 5OO cash balance terms. trade for automobile. Can make 1.000 Due to the sudden death of owner K

and a3 eltrc kithen Un- type living room with fire O. P. SWOPE. REALTOR. 60 E. Pine. goes with the grove. $9,975Phone and 2 acres fruit I I Ph 7306. i blocks per day. 6010 Cheney Highway. is necessary to sell well established

u.ua of led co.t place. 2 baths (tie electric kitchen PARK Phone 5812. After hours call 8869. Casselberry. 2-2221. I tree Store Shol close Four Palms Tourist Home. going concern with plant capacity of
furn.ce attic attached ..ra. and fruit. WI ESAT LAKE home and 2- Priced at $5.750 to GeoHKltlredge. j 57.. Real Estate Exchanged seven houses a week Dealers financ
time rof. Owner leaving Orlandoanti $7850. 128: csh. Call Mr. Walker FONT home overlookingbeautiful grove. i Realtor. -31'U' I CUSTOM MANUFACTURING AND ing. public acceptance an establIshed
quick tale therefore has with King 30 E. Church; Maglficent home sr.nt Qu.rer WILL TRADE house In Or"l Manor. Jobbing Shop. Grossed $7.220 Income and V.A.
Et.t. spacious grounds. lake. 700 ft. lake frontage. I II COUNTRY NO. 50: Homes eligible for F.HA.
I PC ROUE city limits value in last 6 months. Business complete -
priced home under the 8435. 110.- (Urge lot. outside
u I For the . I loans. This Is a bona fide offer of a
additional farmeror
000 to The greatest 6-acre grove
I about ) for 2 bedroom with macihne tools and welding
market one-half buid dI"
terms hous.
PRINCETON AVE.. 1101 W. We offer 180) reputable n which If Interested
127.0. I a home have seen since 1941 THERE STILL I present fruitcrop someone who wants a suburbanhome Winter equipment for 4.5OO.. Located in
cash. See Mr. .Ith Harold Shep for sale one of the finest but Shown by"1 appointment only. Price I T $14 000 with terms. Louis S. with small grove and twentyacres 5f3-W.- central Florida on the east coast on warrants your immediate Investigation
her Realty Co- 20 Washington 'homes in Orlando. Second Dolive. Broker. 27 W. WashingtonSt. of excellent citrus land. Thehouse S-RoOM HOUSE for cottage or good write or phone for details. J. W.
Terms If desired. Before
5124.LUCD' you To spend Christmas In U. S. Highway No. 1. In reply give
1.5.00. .
th auto: pays off $40 per Campbell. Inc. Phone 275 FalaUa.Florida. .
8412. Is extremely well thor-
bdrGm. .Iaed-I llepi. prc home in th price rangecompare frame. 2-bedroom home 16, bUlt. mors.se ChurchL phone number and address for ap-
53 West .
TERRACE--This 3br b.t. lr.. 1 with t.NAHIS with terms. See Mr. Perkins .Ith 10 ACRE ORVE7 years old. oughly modern and has unusually mo. o.ner. i pomtment. write Box 235 S-Star.
bu.ao. hu a floor rom dlns room bre.Uat rom O. P. SWOPE. REALTOR. 6O E. Pine. I Warm accessible. rood plumbing installations. At $12.SOO .- ? I
t.t about. Modern mulc rom lounge ttcheD large INC.. Realtors. Phone 3812. After hours caU 8869. Real bay..pt. Box 1133. Names 00. the property is a real buy. 5 ACRES-4 bedroom house will i, CEMENT BLOCK plant Capacity

t tile baseboards. Tastefully pantry. % bat F.ce i baement ; 6638-5681. City. .. C.I O'Harra-Moore. Realtors. 2-2380. trade for equity for smaller place. 1OOO blocks. 2 machines. 1 new de-
fured Terms. Price la.7: Call 3-car .ar. .11 furhed .P.r ZI Wah.tn I F. E. PIPCUY Box 347 S-Star. I sign Box 339 S-Star._
Realtor E. I ment above. I
) Oafe. HltD proP NICE SIZE. 1 year old. 2 Houses on lot 150x150: sell or exchange -
located on 23 3-bdom
7132. lot. 10.0. 1 for Orlando property or
terms will home WINTER PARK-In finest 2-bath house on double corne lot 10-ACRE GROV1 years old. aU loca
or RESTAURANT Good highway
LAKE fN-BJ owner. Over 3 sU lo.ton.Llurtus large Present HOME- take late model car. and I will DRY CLEANING PLANT
Orlando. 4 bed and garage apartment for (29.5OO on 2-tor . For furnace a.range I V.I.nc. G proucer finance 1.00 Box 176 tion. Grosses S40.OOO per year.
acres In of Jan
rooms. b.t. living rom dlniner esJ terms. Call B P. Boland. Real on acres of gorgeously lanscaped I. he.tr. Included call 7124 price between 1. Price "12.000 Now is the time to minutes from Orange : St b.l.nc. Located In one of Orlando's busiest Equipment modern and new. Beer
.. 672 N. Orange; 1 4 bedrooms each with tile 110.00. Term. 1 Coud. and wine license Included, Business
double tr. sround shopping districts. Almost aU
.u rom. kltheD C.ri.I and 5 p.m. buy when you can get likethix. paved road: school bus at
many extra features; servants _ _ _ bailin. edO and be purchased or
I ; property can
porches ; newconstruction. 2-551. equipment la new. Good lease at
outdor Frame 3 large living Beach
.a. tthen Trade with Swald 57-1. Property
flat; garage-apartment. buy YOU'VE SEEN OTHERS-Now see LUI. Ges bdrom. business alone on lease basis. Good 'i"ierUls.
blc a SUBURBAN-Cottage. furnished. 2 Bet I un. Realtor. 143 N. Laundry complet.b I $125 OO per month. Price 10000.
comfortable country city years; owner leaving. t. this and compare ..Iue. 3 bed Clyde MrKenxie. Broker, 104
Terms be
.It acres garden soiL $3500. terms. Herman Citrus trees. shrubs chicken house COCOA BEACH has splendid an year i can arranged.
conveniences this1 can't Dial 2-4651. Albert Hablch. Broker. rooms. 2'3 large living room W. Central: 24775.
b.t G.II Inc.. Broker. 677 N.Or.na b.th. and run. stork barn. Mule. farm climate. Some furnished homes .
Equipped with butane automatic flr WINTER PARK-Lake front. comfortable prrh. kitchen equipment Lot 330 on highway 10 I available. Get while the selection I I HARLOW G. FREDRICK Business
nook 14 ACRES Full bearing good condition Jour.
furnace.Sacrifice.range refrigerator Call 8082. ,,trhe.te. SUHEAST SECTION-New S room with this picture? Ne.W.t'l rus with bre.kast closets. Beautifully room near Umatllla overlookingpretty acres fenced Price tlO POO. Excellent is IG. Pulipher. R.lUr. Csroe i Broker, 118 N. Orange Ave. Dial
baement. lale 8188. RETAIL MERCANTILE STORE-
rncrete block bunl.lo. Price tic type cot.ae. 7 acres. 240 ft. lakefrontage I decorated. The best of furnishings. lake. Priced to sell. Contact value. Ask for Morl.rJ. -

LAKE FON BOME3 large bed S9500 with only $3500 cash required. f. paved street frontage. TUe roof. Complete $12,850 terms.C. owner. Box "3. Fla. OPPORTUNITY Large and :
r. .crL P..e road. Needs Immediate "up.nc See Mr. Fol- I iv mile from limits. Shrubbery B. Davis. Realtor. 41 W. WashIngton Eu.tl NEWMAN-HARGIB INC Realtors. 29 smaU furnished duplexes Occupyone. "23rd Consecutive Year In Orlando" Excellent location low lease. Doing

Ctr shade trees. tom. Harold Shepherd Realty Co. 20 I oaks beauty .Pt Aged owners tough : 7305. 53. Acreage for Sale W. Wlshinlton 6638-8681. make rent from other help pay. good volume fine profits good established -
a miles from 10.0. ChenaultA Washington Phone 5124. luck necesslt.te sUma. will lose Easy terms. Pulsipher Realtor; Cocoa business. Unusual opportunity -
Jennings- Inc.. 672 ; S. l some money at $9750. but willing for NEW.-DIFFERENT BETTER I Be.chWATCCOA at fair price. Win take approx -
SUURBAN-Ne.2 bedroom mason behooves you to see this home b CLOSE TO City _ _ I DRIVE Restaurant. grUl and $11.000 to $12.000 (according to
E-Z. i
cash balance em
quick sale H
LAKE LNCATLv1 bungalow buna.lo. and c.rr. 12 S. Main fore you buy or build. ReaUy. it has I acreage. 8 acres not tcP d. I CLOSE TO CITY-15 acres 5 acresin BEACH-Opening i soda fountain: completely furnish- wholesale inv.) Other Interests reason
Asher Peter. Realtor. ;
rented Paved atreet. city water and everything Corner windows tile window divide If you're in in this old bearing grove: 2 story home. offering 3-bedroom I I ed. Attractive new building on large for selling. Information ia office
furnished apartment in rear. Beauti city taxes. Price 6800. Rez-McU i 20786.WINTER i sills log cabin design type of property call for appoint 2 baths large porches fireplace house. 1 block from beach. 18.0 lot: main thorofare. Excellent location only. Ask for CoykendaLNEWMANRARGI3

fulr.corner. 3 lots. Price (18.000. Relor 1928 N. Orin. PARK-Maltland. Income floors. 2 tile baths .h.rd.o don. m.nt Herman Goodwin Inc., Broker. large kitchen with gas range refrigerator furnished. $1.700 down b.lant' ,1 owner. Box 349 S-Star.
Realtor. and hot water heater 2 car
Klttrdae. 2316LK property. Beautifully landscaped3acre built-in electric clock and chimes. I 67 Orange: 9855 ____ Room On paving; rent Flcpher. Realtor. Cocoa B.ch. Inc Realtors, 29
ST. CLOUD-Brick house. 2 bedrooms I place on Highway 17-92. Improvements rubber tiled kitchen floor and breakfast CHENEY HIGHWAY acres on lar.le. .bve.. W. Washington. 8881-6638.
and lo-
FRONT One of Copeland bath aU electric completely fur- -fIne large duplex bun- nook double sink beautiful tiled I new route 10 I..n .r.n.e 58. Real Estate Wanted DRY CLEANING PlANT-

fie homes. Modern 2-atory nle. block from Post Office a.lo. nicely furnished and one 5- drains balls leading off of h.l. tilebaseboards. !! miles from Post rf"e"e acre.i 2 apts and h.v your own hOle.
Nice location for poultry truck. also
home brom den. 2H paved streets corner 100x150.$100x150. rom furnished bungalow. Income(39OO 2 closets In the i Lane with Herman Goodwin Inc.. pasture Consider trade. $11.500. ACRES homes cosines end groves.Buyers Modern equipment tbruout. Capable P.ZSTAURANT-SestthS capacity of

bt large porch. 2- 110.0. Owner. St. Cloud per Je.r. Wonderful property 3 bedrooms Every corner of building Broker: 677 N. Orange. 9855. waiting. Courtney l.lJ. I of large volume of business and located Ueeate Fully
Sam Johnson Co 208 and wine
terms. 25. Beer
. Well furnished. Built in P. O. Box St. Cloud for 27000. Se B. E. Wheeler with poured concrete reinforced with 392 N. Orange; dial 2-2471. where plenty of businees iaavailable.

1939. Nicely landscaped tot. 128.00. SHERIDAN BLVD. 604 Born In 1946. Harold Shepherd Re.l7 Co. 20 E. steel: lifetime roof; copper valleys. I HIGHWAY 110 ft. on 17-92. b70nd-Fprn, .. Main _ __ I ACREAGE. BUNGkLOWS. large or Now well established. No must equipped sell doing$45OO for nice quick business.sale. Owner Owner

terms. W. B. Ni &at. It and looking for Washington St. Brand .furniture including Horse I COUNTRY PROPERTY "Since In dem.nd. Write. phone information, please. Shown
i .e.ned someone beautiful high wooded tract ideal for i .m.l. Lkefront. 58 w. Church Bt
Main 1916. Ask Asher ete Realtor
a 2-1111. adopt It. ownership and aU refrigerator. N orgesa nec. M.7t.g ; Re.ltor. by appointment only. Exclusive with
WINTER PARK Maltland business. those hard-to-find H.stnl.
legal will be transferred lVa- frame ston washer; attached garage; encos bargains .to:9f TermsS10O.. down I "He probablyknows. 12 Main. 62" E. Central ( | Bonnett & Bonnett. 145 M. Main: RESTAURANT-Grill and bar
p.pr Large tory t heater attic fan. I package shop. Excellently equipped
you 110.50. Re..n.bl. ters 100 ft. corner lot. 4 bdrl. back May rom.show it to you? lOf C. and $15. month. C F. Gordon. Room HIGH\VYAND LAKE. FONT= 58O9. doing good business. Price with real
Frame buna.lo. Living room. Mrs. 1 125.00. 8. 64 E. Central I FOR ATTENTION and '
screened Ave.
LAKE LANCASTER LAKE prch. FIt 1.5. B. 41 W. ; tile 3 2 nlT estate $33-500 00. Call O'Harra-
FRONT log room kitchen with electricrefrigerator Eidson Realtor DI.I. Re.lor. bun".lo. bdroms b.thl. property with
LAKE ACREAGE 30 reslt Moore. Realtors. 2-O836. 109 E. Pine.
.ith P.ncio. FRONT acres
: tile shingle :
and tile bath tile ,
gas range i' Williams. W.W.shnltD
I Rm. 4. Central fors.
Arcde.I 4OO ft on lake In 10 acre Marie Rp.ltl. Z FILLING STATION-With specialized
A substantial 2-story. 4-bedroom masonry all rooms are large and plenty of REAL CHRISTMAS GIFT-3-bedroom tr.c. rof. kitchen. Nicely Phone RESTAURANT and delicatessen. Ja
constructed home 85' closet space. Price (10.5OO with YALE AVE.. WEST-Owner has gone bungalow. Large living and dining I Just off Cheney Hlh.l. 10 landscaped Fronting big I.ko motor equipment and 2 lift lubritor- Ann's. Priced right for quick sale.

water frnt Exceptionally .11 livIng I eral terms. Frank Crebs. Realtor lb I north. Rambling room bungalowon rooms : east. 1.0 OYer 2-163. fishing. Quick possession. SI9.50. turns. This property Is located In one 1 Exclusive. Courtney Realty. 392 N

dln. rooms and two tiled i|, Metcalt Building; phone 2-1710. 100 ft. lot. Br.ee..J and garage; I condition t.e a.Jlacn: :::i ORANGE BLOSSOM 17acres. % M. J. Moss. Broker. 132 S. M.I GROVE-About 20 acres in Conway of the most active sections of Orlando Orange: 2-2471. _
near Princeton In heart of TAI section for cash buyer. Call 2-3176. and has always done an exceptionally -
with Schol for quick sale 662 ft. verynear phone 6977.PULTRY TOURIST COURT Lake front U. S.
b.t. Venet.I SOUTHEAST SECTION-WeU designed -
College Park in Fred 500 I H. _ _ fine business. Owner is retiring
and to.D G Klttre.e. R..lorGROVESHOMESUSISESES
.nln. furn- durably built are these good buy. Jim C.ld.eU "Ith Orlando. ft lake frontage. FARM-40 acres land. 3 I i Highway. First class. Plenty room
ture. Price ( Parrels, Broker. 8561 or 4328. Asher Peter. Realtor. 12 Main: The best buy with greatest -List because of IU health.
122.0 Ii 2 and 3 bedroom homes h.rd.o S J..lbi-I home garseea nd workshop $8OOO I for expansion. (2O.OOO cash will han-
will stock
purchase business
unfurnished. Exclusive. ca Co central heating. I 2-0786. ities we've ever offered on ; broiler plant. 500 hen-laying proprJ Realtorn. die. Potter with Herman Goodwin
for lm"dl.t If
Inc.. 672 equipment and long term lease.
Bolden wthMRT .. S85OO. easily I main street for 12.5. Jim M. 5 range houses and runs. $12.- Cen.ul Jenninc > desired 1 inc.. Broker; 677 N. Orange: 9855.
will sell station
Realtor. 21 W.Wa 2-BEDROOM HOUSES-Under 6300. with! Realtor. h.u. N. Phone 7234. owner also
WIMS. "S.k to Spiegel" Whitney Spiegel ROMESEEKERS h..e several C.ld..1 Asbe Pete. 5. t.rms Call Mr. Momrey with Or.nle buildings on corner lot. 95x110 ft., for 1 THEATER and Sundry store: going
\S. 8106. I Co.. Realtors 706 Metcalf home o.n.r who are extremely ; 2-786. i Real Estate. 30 E. Church: 8435. HOMES. GROVE. BUSINESSES $28.000. Convenient terms can be ar-! business. Property included. Small

Bldg.. 2-3269. One wt. porte-rochere old. ; deep lot; anxious t. dips of their property 12" AND 5 ACRE parcels of land. FINE 4-room ; Contact .. Realtor 41 ranged. Exclusive with Lane Bradford Central Florida town. $254)00 cash.Potter .

SOUTH SIDE West of Orange Blossom Yea TermPe..r I before Dec. ant reducedtheir srcona Road section $5O down. <' CAST Paved hous10.cre W. Washington St.: Phone 7305. 1204 E. Colonial; 2-0233. with Herman Goodwin Inc .

LAKEVIEW-South of loan In Pine I Tcmfor.ble we have an unusually buIlt. prices accordingly that I Easy monthly pument. Schwartz. tricity. aG W. A. McKenney. Broker 677 N Orange: 9688.i .
section we have a good value home two bed buna.lo. 16290. Owner d.te. So take advantage of this .Itu.- 655 Book 26. Michigan. 5350. WANTED We has.
In Cat Itt. .lh occupied. Terms. buying Buldlns. Dtrit Broker; 495 Cene Missy: 2-7144. HOUSE pro FURNITURE STORE High class, i TRAILER COURT on U S. 1. A rare
bedroom frame house complete at only (5950 OO fur .ner tion. Save money by no. 2. 3 and 4-bedroom homesin location
HOUSE Metal roof well-established, general furniture combination of superb highway
with brez..J and garage Real-at nished. 125.00 down payment. Call A. C. GOLDEN BROKER. 1121 N. McNut-HealeJ.. Phone Realtors15 5106. W. 20 ACRE81 mile city limits. 10 ,: 3 ROM LOG of beautiful winding good lo.ton.. C.I W. B. Nlch- store located in thriving Central Florida and waterfront beauty T

m.o. ca O'Hlr.-Mor.. 2-2380.Peter Bre E. with O'B.ra-More. Orlando Ave.. Winter Park; 188. W.shnlton .crs young Parson Brown I creek: well shaded: variety of fruit; olson. Re.ltor.1119.. I S. 1.ln st 1 town. Average gross Income approximately miles south Daytona Beach, opposite
109 Pine.
tn. 2-238. 10 Pne. W. J. Sangster 2802 8. Fern where Halifax and Indian Rivers
Open 5ud.J.2BERoM grove. 40 acres good land; $2750 full price; $75.000 per mr. This Inlet
LAKE DAVIS SECTION-Well con- Creek. M. A. Sahler. Rt. 2 Box 321. Old : LISTINGS WANTEDHome.groves. Is a first-class business opportunity. meet ocean. Building contains ample

struction 2-story home: 3 broms SOUTH SIDE-New 3 bedroom bungalow Apopka Rd.. look for name on house. rentals. Lt us your For details caU Robert R. Tyre. Real- shower rooms etc.. efficiency and
breakfast nook sun porch of masonry construction with MOVE IN this .5-room bungalow.Nice property. Agency 112 N. tor. 13 W. spscioue porch apt. 813,500. lberaiterms. :
Washington. 6174.
Ira closet Furnace heat. 2carlarage. garden Included. SeU next large country .
Allsnd.ale. Pla.
IP.c furred wallsasphalt tile floors and I Orange P. W. Kline.
52 ACRES Approximately 1500 lake
corner Only $16,000Surnlahed. ft. lt Fruit and a.de for what cost you more. home furnished bath porch : I .
tile bath Venetian blinds and 6
lot i
Sprig :i front. Would make Ideal tract to '
school citrus highway. A bargain for FISH
For this other heater. AU extra ad 1.'S. L. $3975. See Mark with Louis gas. i AND POULTRY MARKET Ooi -
buys see Geo. F. Brass Realty .G. Ilar 1-Car roma are school down p.Jment Vee Bro 0 Realtor 143 N. : subdivide. Only 8 miles from center only $850O. Terms S250O down. Wilbur SA USnGI WAN Homes i log business Fixtures lock and
E. Central Ave.LAKE 11 and bus.lalle.financed. PrIce ker. 6 Churh. Rm. 12. 5504.3ROOM l.i 1 of Orlando. Priced .t only 84500. Strickland Broker. 23 W. groves may equipment. Lease $4O month. AU for WILL SACRIFICEOne -

$13.250 Bettes Investment Co. 25 W.Washington. APARTMENT over garage. Louis Geeslin. Realtor. 14 N. M.I; Church: 6675. depend on our experience for correct $1 OO. Call Nunez with H. F. Boland.
SECTION--3-bed- 2-1454. of Central Florida's finest and
handUng of selling details; our
RealtOr Carrigan Bldg.. 672 K. Orange
i| Phone 8513. Small lot. Good rental and FOR CHRISTMAS-Attractive little mor
bungalow bedroom
room completely furnished dl.trlc.e EDGE OP CITY 2 gage loans Increase our selling power : 24351.'FURNITURE. modern restaurants doing a good
with kitchen utlte. on a I.r.I repairs only. 13.5. sleeping room home nearly new. i farm near Lockhart. $5O down.Electricity ; McNutt-Heasley Realtor; IS W. business; restaurant has a bedroom
lot 260 x 150 .lb .. frame 4 rooms and tr.If necessary. Hoten. i i New Kitchen equipment included in bus. Sahler.! Rt. 2. Bx. 321. St. and bath attached which can be

citrus trees. P..e street b.rnel SUBUBA'-Ne.. preh're. Move in today Br.ker. 6 W. Church. Rm. 1. 554. pnce of $5750 0. C. R. Emerlck. HOUSE-5-room and bath electric Washn.tl convened to a private dining room;

he.ter attic Ideal only Estate. 30 E. I Realtor. Phone 610 N. Orange water heater circulating- heater. 1 STORE a separate building is used for storage
a39S. Ks Rea 320 WE DO NOT to seU but vsdo
OUT h $14.800 with ; 845. I Ave. i ACEI18.o. .roof painted Inside and out this prom house.large : beautiful grounds suitable for
promise on any
terms. : with C P. Shuraj I j 25 PER CENT INVESTMENT FOR QUICK corner 'i year. 3-car rarage. 90 bearing fruit t. .ork Good location old established store. tourist courts It is a corner property
frame Adjoining city limits. Most Ideal for other property
23282.I I SUBURA'- rn.tc- SAbdrom j or or 40'xTO'. Owner has two other
way. N. Onn.e; I trees fruit 214 acresland. smal stores with 285 ft on 0. S. Highway 17 to
light h.rou.h.re.FU subdivision. Great demand for large tncuded. .b fairly you list with us.
LAKE .n. 4 rooms each side. m big trees. 1m- prced wants to sell one. Has offered this of the finest and fastest growing
FRONT-Suburban Masonry l..n. one
ter. good condition. 2-IP.rent Icome. lots. Divide into 160 half acre H. F. Realtor Carrigan Bldg.
Seml-bustnes 10 furhd th. for $2.250. for quick sale.
bungalow, 3 Income mediate possession. (5.750. G. Bol.nd one sections in Florida: this $42.000 project -
years old 3 115 Owner E 2-4551.
bdrom. attached garage all eletnr M. R. Told with M D. Bailey. Real I f. . 100 f. 01 business interests and must sacrifice. figuring I but a cnick.D 0.1 Foote. Winnona Dr Orb Vista. Oraae can be bought at considerable

: X running I tor. 30 E. Church St Ph 4767 or I late. 4 trees. Sacrifice. .' $17,5OO.. Sammie Frncio Realtor. SAM A. HUTCHINS. OK 58 E' NEW 4-R CBGAW-20- LISTINGS E. P. WAT.elt..lt. HARLOW Broker. O.118 FREDRICK N. Orange-Ave.Business Dial i i discount for cash Box or 1398 terms Eanford can bei

kclI to school stores home ph. 3-1035. i tem. . Central AI.de; Central. Phone 3-1386. high pine St.. SlytD. lator. E P. 8188. 1 arranged Write

bl. fUre. SOUTHEXiECTION-New b-I : BY OWNER-Near Lyman 4'sacres. Forest Lake Academy (4950 C. R.D.vs Fla.
C P. Shnmway. 3 C. Branch on i I WE HAVE BUYERS wanting groves.
Re.lt. A GLE.BOK. front Realtor. 41 W. Washington;
lake house
; Ca- "
lire place front 23rd Year in Orlando.
140 N. : 2-3282. 1 r (3' of I property and For '
Ornle 1-92 .nor bu.ie. home.
r.r prche.electric hot water he.t Open I rage needing rep.is 1.80 c..h Ph .
sale with
LCA PARK-Duplex. Splc-' er electric stove large P.s. Sud., 2-1160 i 54. Lots for Sale EARN $200 PER WEEK Salary-Mo-
.ie I Business Property for Sale Realtor. 37 W. Washington. Lean Trucking Company Inc. Win-
rompleteJ furhed' ner Price $6250. Cash to handle 56
I lot
Lovely 1.D o.ks Idea $ Balance $50 month. \ ALTAMONTE lots graded I FEE APPRAISALS 01 your home. FURSTTCRE STORE Completely ston-Salem. N. C. offers young men
for wanting I! Craig with Hampton. Broker. 531 s street near aU 01$225O. C.'B 1 AART-d residential sec I will give you .1 esilmate free stocked; and cabinet shop fully an opportunity to go into business for

home and extra income. 15500. i Orange: 5O13.I 11.8DTerm i desired. Modern 5- MUST SELL- leaving for 1 Dtvis. h.tJ 41 W. Washington connnl.ce 4 nicely Cf charge On the current m.rke, equipped. Owner's quarters on premises. themselves. We sell you a 1948 Model
terms. I I rom among the or..etrs : Owe ; 7305. furnished nnits. perfect shape. value of your property. No obllaUon Corner location on N. Orange L. J. Mack Diesel or 1943 Model Coo
Lake View-New. 3 bedrooms. 2 SVBCRBANrooms.. 2-to.duplex. plenty for yourself and friends. i Norh.It Monthly income $250 plus apartmentfor Phone 7811. Wm M.te. Ave.. is very desirable. Price S12.OOO, 1 Autocar Diesel Tractor. We give You
kitchen equipment Included. 2 b.t. 2 prche. fur- 4 Winter Park. Just completedby APRXMTY 245x159; near buyer's prompt Automatic Daniel Kolar. . terms. E. S. Burnett, Broker 37 S. a three year lease contract Earning
Il.- : trees. 5OO ft. I There is nothing particularly new Dr. and Al- psion Main. 2-3063. truck la tare
what for *
6OO. nicely financed; (5350 cash nihed I.cr. frit ex-Northerner who knows oil sufficient to pay
heat. 2
Iel It about that announcement, only that taloma l.nds.ped lot. SUPER ACTION We want good
lake Joseph Granada
frontage. Price : Vhorvah. 350 Tracks
(65 per month.SuburbanMore. hllh.l. S7.5. northerners want in Florida. See it : years, not Including salary
I Owner desires ..
this Instance-it true. Dr. winter frit. le..la. value listings for quick Phone
37 Park.
Broker S.
Burntt. M.I and if Direct builderto i i 1 sold to owner-operators only (white).
o everything youwant see you .ne. I i O. C. Stewart, Realtor. 30 E. Church. us today. Noble Real i FISHING CAMP "A Business with
for Modern. 2bdo 23063.SANITARIUM buyer value. Maurer. builder ph : AMELIA AVE.. W.--Close In: SOxllO. 6mt Et.t a present and a future." Best location Down payment of S2SOO required. Ao-
85. tr
124 a. Main
Some homes the market for ;
2H SECTION-New fr.m. 3-1784. Pl.1 ouly.TWO are on Near stores: Sunshine Park; nicelylandscaped 87833. 691. on Lake Apopka. Furnished ply to: McLean Tracking Company,
..condUo.r.d. -Whel house. Plastered. 2 large bedrooms. months .he others sell immedi-I ; $1050. East side-'68xl3O APARTMENT BtING UDU. ..Umoer. : u"GS-WA'on your property. cabins, boats outboard motors. Jocs. Inc.. Winston-Stlero. North Carolna.I .
a tes
I ately. Because the buying ,
buys found garage. paved street. Cite i : lake shade paved side .eU furnied. Clos in. call I '
tam tJ .U.chP DT'FI FITTS-Flnir .p.rent public are generally familiar and do Corer "11. imeit 2-99 store artesian weU. tools etc. Room INFLATION PROOF, Depression
will have to build sewerage. $2000 down balance $40 j I both Many more. lot. scton Pled today. Kazaros. brand
Buck Rent Income per year "IY. 18. Ich.rd for growth. Price 28000. only $1 S.OOO Proof. Bomb Proof. A new
recognize .
1276. Pie priced property. to yield .
Realtor. 1 S. M.i 2078. per month. Sammie FncI. Real- $10.0OO i| run.ba I Loren N. Brown; 18' Owner Bro.d. : N. cash required. Rob't 8. Huey four unit concrete apartment house

LAKE F-lk. view, and ether 1 i tor. Rm. 4. Central term 12.0.Se .ne. ra.R. Bell. In.. I' an owner has a genuine reason 2-1269. AARr HOUSE-153 M.enol I LnSGS WANTED-We have the ; with Robert R. Tire, Realtor. 13 W. with best of kitchen equipment and

properties available SOUTHEAST Lovely 3 -bedroom Washington. Wen sacrificing his home. someone I .p.rent. I bUJer. If yon have the property. Washington. 6174. floor furnaces. Nice neighborhood

-.Phone pc.d .-Guernsey and { frame; 2 b.t wen furnished HOUSES furnished or Indifferent else naturally benefits. Call owner. 32831 I T. Carter. 3-162 Jamerson convenient to everything. Four rent-

Green. Inc. Realtors-.21 East Central .enet.I heat Ctrs sections uure. this instance here is Terfor.I II BIG LAKE CONWAY CLOSE GUEST HOUSE Com- and Carter. 12 S. M.ln GROCERY AND MARKET-Doing I ers ready to occupy. Buy this today

Ave. IU. terms. Weir 68 . prices. Lindberg Broker 911 N. Mills; i actually leaving for the owerI Nor i iI | plet.lJ fthed 5 berm. l' : WANTED-Best 5 or 6-room hus good volume of business; good reason !, for security f oreve r. Call Edith Oliver

LEESBURO-427 So. 9th St. Modern ; 461.I 2-18. I and i offering for ied.te a Have you seen Conway O.rden b.t. h".tJnl. gas air col i that S8 cash win buJ. for selling. Will stand Investigatlon. phone 2-1068 who will show you
Every lot in this I this property at less than $7.600 per
1 | 2-car gar 8 10 old. 75-ft. or more St.
six room: large screened porch; garage -I DOUBLE Brick in lun\rom t n.r I 542 W.
DWG I has lake frontage! May by appoIntment preferably nnit. C. R. Emerick. Realtor; 610
East side 3-bedroom. and
; finest ; reasonably TILX -Completely i 2-lon. rmplete1 .11. b sho.n .o neihlrho. o Located downtown Orlando
rsdenta lo.ton 17th monthly rental under rDctn rf. .p.dou. I beautifully in I Select ,ou lot now! DIv out t.J. $21.000. terms. Wailer or Boo .m duplex forimbai GROCERY North Orange Ave. Phone 7348.I .
prced O"Dr. 191 I I for !, : Conway I .. 140 N. dial I' $10.000. C. Davis. Realtor. 41 W. wen established business.
Ct. ) OPA 16. Price 118.0. Thelma i apartment furnished.Modern which he has an investment in ec: Ra 101 I.ltr: Or.n.e B. : Good 3 lease stock and fixtures HAVE A BUSINESS that a couple
Robert Real kitchen Large of U..O. This home is offered to our sign Just H mie south the 2-2532 2-459. Washington.WE year or family of 3 or 4 could certainly
LAKE FRONT New block home. Both .it Tr. i worth the price asked. Going for
bedrooms accommodate twin tor. 1 W..tn\ 61.. I plot of ground with u=For a you 12.75 and only $8.175 cashis Conway Circle. CENTRAL FLORIDA HOTEL Wit HAVE BUYER-for 2 or 3-bed $5750. terms $3600 cash, balance $75 handle profitably and does not requIte
.1 I real plus stores. Fine 2-story brick ; room spacious brick houses good more than (5500 cash. Present
bed Tile extra large living- hOle budi. month. Bee Mr. Little with MacoldShepherd
this. S. Vergowe. 29 I R-McI REALTORS Exclusive prominent grounds. For Immediate results list owner is making money, and the field
UNION PARK 1 north of on a
room full sue dining room kitchen M Ratr. lo.te core Realty Co. 20 E. Washington
with dining and extra Cheney on Dan 3bedroomhouse I East St. Phone 83 I you are Interested In having fun I A.nt 18 N. Orange. Phone 4147. of one of Florida's your property with Cavenaugh. Real St. Phone 5124. for .expansion la unlimited. On account
IP.c c.bUt particulars concerning this outstanding of sickness owner hag to
tile kitchen i thriving Present Income tors. Washington Arcade. Phone 43O8. :
d uble garage; large br. b.t p.r I UNFURN7SD-Twe-bedroornt to.n month FRUiT business. Hwy. T. Carter
value. I shall pleased be GIFT AND tire. Dial 3-1622. A. Jsmer-
C metal fuhed acres of I.nd Al brick hou. (7500 Or lease them b t of $555 r.I Icr.sd. I nice trailer, low lease.Must Realtor 12 B.
ae. blc P.t ca 17-92. Very and Carter. Main.
from fl.e a.cr lot J- J. "' 1D for rent month. | fu t ou SHORES-BuIld your relent returns on the $22.MX .- 60. Business Opportunities
lt . ,ea1 I to appreciate. PricM right.
4. Adults 11 Phone home amid new homes. Select ) including hotel furnishings. > see LOOKING FOR A HOUSE and business
Corner Riparian
Pu lbt .ido. Bus lt. resi 68 PARK-New block home; 713 on. !R L. Br.naD. Lane Br.dod 1204 E. Colonial. futue homesite today i this ::Please come in or write ns for ART NOVELTY FACTORY-(250 full Owner, Three Oaks. Maltland. for two peop'.e? Drive down

d.u lke Extrusive: with Wt lot 100x145. Close to new FOR SALE BY Ford. 2-2 section. Phone 2-312 ther detal and appointments t price. Living quarters low rental. GROCERY -AXD MEAT MARKET i Fla. 15 to Godetl: Rod Road -Triangle '
dtrct OWNER
B. ; 824 N. Whit corer line. white Bros, furnished or W. Rose Investment Orange p' opportunity lur-I Ideal for 2 ladies or couple. Easy interesting Good location. New fixtures. ExI ;: Center." A location and business that

a16 K St I Realtors: 824 Mills 3-1688 j I "n1e 7 room house la Orwia I | Ave. Orwin ).n offing 3358 N. Or-J I RealtoIsnge. Exclusive Aet 18 N. work will teach. 506 H. I cellent lease. 4500. Vw Van Hoten. I I will give JOB a good living and much

r.I J cUOD Ph 2-11 lens, Ave. I !r*PPlP&t., J I Broker,fl W. Orurc?. Bo. ii. 8504J J I nor*.





60. Business Opportunities *', 63.: Mortgage Loans 69. Work Wanted-F cm.jig 75 .'vpd Autos for fcair 75. ('! d Autos for Saic 6. Trailers Trunks ") Sale - .

,< ', ; r Ufl"zlil 1 '''T'i'' I &Izlr
4* HOME Eqlltable! Life 6r-RTHvD! At: D TYPING done at l VLo.E1 '! -5 I'upt so> run FON :lC- 1347 4-dor sedan Equip- TRAil! o if \' il Assurance S..P LOAS3-. Craig Jit Ktao. h -ie le'.t: ;nt ii ,: i i cn' .< ,ocJ, *-.5 p { ih c.a aIr' . - ..c I ,_ Or

A CHRISTMAS. PRESENT: '1 phone 5714. W9 Ma Back BOa l\i''N.j: O.: i .:... *o'/ of al! : .;l. u!. 7 5 Ju. an St. ufl W >; ij>nt. turn >ndicar3r an. r 'h'lp" . , . : 0-.:. 1941'J! ( ]'JDI' Operators DEC -
21. 1 I j
ki :ic> done at lmc b, former legal Fairo.. r.ks. W per Pi.-t i ii iicod :ia.iip, drr..ng b.nt. seat coteri. J r:17R lu::
Want Christina prtseatT If 10. CLIENT OWNING $4400 6* mortgage it ,i--h r Ph 3-2732, b.g-up light leu trjil CLUB EXPERIENCED
buy one of the.... A packKt store payable $50 monthly cover.-; CAD1LLC-134 62" deluxe 4-dOOt 100 mie. See at R. S. Evans phone !i I TRACTOR-Caterr;: ar A-l condi- COUPES

and cocktail lounse. Location u tops. highly Improved income property on I lcan. ,dlo air conditioner 4321 .__ ____ [ tlon. Osceo.a ". b"r M.s.. Pb. .0 l :sh Will BayN Steady Kork. good pay. 5-day week
Wanted :.Male | Unbe- I
0. fork Or.iinal glo: y back gisastmmee I' -
prominent U 8 Hgh"ay. ollling .0aaccifice Unlsh > Jurk-r Please
Making real Modern bar soddutp.nt. S3tc Congenial
money. Luabi "Db .Itbout.One station Just surroundings
I wagon.
Also fancy iroccry in- '' for S3500 cash crn PTIAC-1940 510 North SummerlinNEW Bu leaves union Station 7.1
$3500 ENGINEER] I mileage. R. deliver, car you are i TAIERN.tonl sleeps 4: sacrt- I at
Another client wants to borrow .iprmtDdent. m.nue S iv.n.
eluding meats freeie.and all calk-in modern refrKer-equip and alp.I lot mortssge on 1st class t Age 40. 5 era yearscIvilIan !j phone 4321 or 4771.I jloOkl1{ for (745 Holler Chevrolet Co.. {> Dlaiol... C Stops at dor.SUr'YTOWN .
ment. Deep Moon Trallei .
ator. etc. Stock clean and veil Improved property, corner lot. pavedReaTtor. cntrucUon. Can handle I CHEVROLET-1941 club coupe. Very I 15 ..entrl. Ph. 2-4441._ I 50. SEWING AS' ->
S bu. etc. Peter men and resuls Experienced i clean. Felix Wlnn Standard Mo- ZIMMER-All aluminum ft.
aaaorted. A beautiful store and a .toP. Asb. : : has new tandem
Eaylnc biulneu. Reason for aellloi la's.'Ma'in: 2-0786. clients all chases psttatp. . interview and su- ;| tors. ornl Blossom Tr.i at Wash- I motor. above the 4-dor average clean Sleep 4 or 6 persons. Greatest I PLANT 1 DAY SERVICE

Account of Ulneu. Phone A. T. I nlouate Prefer ; ,r This 1 our Saturday special. 8E95. t.llr in America. Bottled CASSELBERRY FLA.
pervue construction personalinterview .
Carter. 31622.JAMERSON BUILD OR BUY now on the "DirectReduction and position with local. I CHEITROLET-1939 d-elan2O. Jack Martins Used Cars. 777 N. .s Freldalr. Trade or term ,
AND CARTER. Realtors. Finance Plan. Invest in1, aggressive contractor. 372. I I S695. Felix Winn j Or.nc. 6409. South Ditnbuta.Frank Reed
12 8. Main.OODSQ your future. See First Federal B tors. Orange Blossom T at : Trailer Sal 21 Orange Blossom
Inn and Association of S-Star. I 108200.I PLYMOUTH-1934. coup clen. me- I Trai.I j
L.n POSITION AS SALESMAN to on j chamcally good. 1947 TRAILERS
do. 50 E. at Court saV-1 c.1 I CHEVROLET 1942 4-door WANTED at -
Central Florida trade for or led.n once win
Weekdays PACKARD 47 6". fully I tra.
BUSINESS Stores (many downtown Orl.ndo. distributor: reply Box 352 S-Star. Has rdio. A good running. nice equipped; special built: priced for trade good \ tk :; WHOLESALE PRICES
Saturdays I
R. S.
car. special at and say cub
kinds) auto courts cafes las stations lookml
store 1095 quick sell 234 Main St. Winter Park. dIU.renc. 8' Opening Day
SALESMAN. w.rehouieman :
phone 4321 or | Copela 815 Shore Dr. Enstig. _
betels, resorts taverns repair I keeper. supplies bids mate- -- ,_ SUN 27 FT. TANDEM Pressing h' r
anopa.. etc. Tell us what you l CHRYSLER 1947 Windsor PLYMOUTH-1938 coupe. Body very
etc. .
want. Where price terms sales vol 64. Help Wanted-Femalr I rials. . aggressive. Have car ', club Has convertible extra.- good tires new. upholstery good. I $200 ; .d. house traUer ONLY COMPLETE 234 W. Sot:;' - .

ume. Save time money thru our 47- I Box 382 Fta.YOUNG _ _ _ Driven only cup. .. evf Sell or Cheap car. Ed Strickland. 2993 Kuhl i 1' 201 0n : Trailer Sales. 'I 82.29 Phon 4;

yr.-old service. Descriptive Red Cata ALTERATION WOMAN s.mstes i I MA" with car. permanent trade. Terms to 24 months. R S.lv.n. Ave. I'| "Blossom Trail." ROGERS TRAILER SALES Sale FREE PARK/V
log. 804 outstanding values (some wanted. Must be Ferl I IFashlonette. . have living wage for phone 4321 or 4.71.CHEVROLETed.nReall. PLYMOUTH 1939 coup. Looks THE NEW 1948 "INDIAN." complete _,

without the real estate) mailed free. 2202, Ed..t.r I wife and self Box 366 lta. ne" ran and perfect. I with shower. 6' Friiidatre. hot and 1500 ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL

Strout Realty. 318'4 W. Colonial 21 with YOUNG' JARRtEDETER1".1 ; ce.n Hury' $ ;. S. Ev.n phone 4321or I cold! running water see this one b: '
Drive. P. O. Boa 3183.:' Orlando. Fla. BAR GIRL Bt..een and 35. :' Lk. 4771. I fore you bu, Anknrv Trailer ----- 1840 DODGE S-rauencer coupe Pcr- I
some mlnnl drinks pnerl drives nice. S295 Also $195. _ _ _ _ _ 540 N. I ----
I office work rapid typist dictaphone locatlon. I sedan l Orange Biu vm Trai. Phone |: condition $995
and cashiering. Duck J. R "Homefolks" Smith new i PLYMOUTH-1938 deluxe 2-2505. '
I bookkeeping. Bx. 369 S-3tar. i et FORD !
opr.tor. 333 N MaIn.CHEVROLET $695. Radio very clean. Felix convertible! A

COMPETENT MAN with lone experience 1 BEAUTICIAN Casxelberry Beauty j PART-TIME WORK-9 a.m. t 3 Sedan $1.795.. 1510 Winn Standard Motors. Orange 1947 Truck : beautiful car at less cop. ,

in livestock business sodmest Shop. Completely equipped. PhoneWinter i! pm 116 N. liter St. _IndIana Ave Box B9-B Rt. 36.EVROLE .. I< Blossom Trail at Washington. Dodge 1946 PONTIAC St.amlner a Icoup. I Jim Cumbie Says-
packing plant operations would
j 22221.BOOKKEEPERCapable. PLYMOUTH 1942 convertible Radio .
Park -
like to meat contact p.CUD reliable and man dlatnbutlonla ismlllarwith 71. Airplane Sales and Service '195.: 1938 Ford- 1947 sedan.club$495; older up. coupe. Original green finish. cUD 1 l'i ton. only 7.0 miles. $ aD Ue new /

Central Florida with idea of establishing Fords and Cbenolet. 815O I maculate InUln. leather tnterlor and HOUR i 1940 StICK Special BaSIs If -
of Grumman brand Going fast for I Cf. you are r.
killing plant. Write Box :378 handling TWIN ENGINE r.tl on and up. 550 N. a Dew 12 ft stake t body. heater original art
SStar.I complete set of books for large Widgeon land instruments.Veterans ' 1295. 13 down balance in 1 'I out $995 a better: i U
concern. salary. 48-hour .eek. Orlando Aviation DODGE-35. 4-door sedan. New months. R. S. Evn. phone 4321 Long wheel base. I bynl
sood Go best Country tr.1ne.. Winter Park 863. paint clutch and transmission 4771. 1941 PONTIAC 4-door Maa A all mean- -.
condlton. equIp ovtrhau.d.! new leatherette uphol- DRY CLEANING 1-ovner car in .

RAVE INTERNATIONAL T. D. 9 you ment.are Please qualified and. can start to | VETERANS private. FLIGHT TAINVGfo.'e"throughout.. After 5 and Call Sunday Tom 2-O064.Huber. I' PLYMOUTH Tires motor-and 1932 body 4-door in excellent led.n GENE BEELER 1395 be.aua I We believe Our* I e

bulldozer; desire connection with work at once. Apply Box 367. 6St.r. multi-engine ratings. On-the-job me- I condition. 1295. Can be bought with Also man more to choose from. the lowest in
responsible man that can keep this CLERK-TYPIST time. Hourly I chanic' tralnnl. Ryan Field. Alpk.. DE 6OTO-1941 4-door DeLuxe. Good no money down. R. S. Ev.ns phone to\\ "" -3
equipment bu>y. Write Boa :377 clean conditon excellent la mie 4321 or 4771. I KNOW qui \ ::3
21 W.
Martie 1221
6-Star. rate. Wll.ms. j I 8 E. SERVICE N. Maitland Av o
Washington. _ _ _ I 1 72. Autos-Trucks for Rent shire Or.ln.1. Phone ower.5292 H.mp I PLYMOUH '41. 4-door sedan; Winter Park Ph. S61-J TROPIC AUTO BEST.
EEE THIS BARGAIN-I1.100. Right COMPANION stay with I 1 "' body, and motor. AU -
oa hlehws, between Orlando sod lady.. Light housework. elder1 D VARNER U-DRIVE-IT-Drive I. DODGE 1946 2-or sedan. Ralio, extras. Buy It for (420 do..n Joel
147 mile d.
yourself lew rates. by or seat covers. Ie. than 11.000 UI Restaurant. 2998 Kub
Klulmmee. 180 ft. front. 300 ft. deep Street. _____ j! D. Varner U-Dnve-It Inc. 234 W $1900 1025 W Harvard.DODGE X. I94 CHRYSLER W -". 31H6
Filling ftation. store living quarIrult COOK-For vegetarian health resort. Central Ate Phone 2-3153. STUDEBAKER-1940 club sedan. Has PECK'.SQU 7 Orange Ave.
ten: 2 double eablo kltcbenette. | Phone County -1936 4-door sedan. Exceptionally new tires and paint. A good buy BUICK ,
i Super
191-M-l. i SYSTEM Good Receiver's Sale SEr
HERTZ clean new
stand swimming pool. Fur- DR-UR-E tre. at low price. Standard Motors. Inc. .
nished: money maker. Spar Gas Sta COUNTER GIRLS wanted at Tremor I I Ii Trucks pasnler cars for rent transportation. $495. Ceno 375 N Orange, phone ,
tion. 2 miles north of Kissimmee. i Cafeteria. Interesting and easywork. by; hour day or .eek. Low rates. 375 let Co 115 W. Central. Ph. 2-44. -04. CLEANERS 1 DODGE Custo-n S r
STUDEBAKER-1946 club Has ALIT The First National Bank at Orlando.
Experience not 24064.JIM .
i I N. Orange phone seal
miss f939
this. aeesSf. I DODGE club-cup. Radio oo.prdnn. This car IS Rp for Hand WaDe B. BUICK Super Se ,
are courteous and .pplta "IVr n
you '
SHOW REGULAR sound motion Pic- ,. w1D model CUMBIE cars and U-DRIVE trucks IT By-day.47. phone new fub 4771. EnD condition. Merry Chrltm.s Spc.1 Est Washigton j; 'jMo dopn. olel for sale at tne hight ill:I I Home Folks Smith 19 <
$1395. S. bid.
tares at resorts hotels tourists i GIRL Experience pre- i week or month. Competitive rates. R Eun. ,. to spprosi of tbCircuit I II. 1945 PLYMOUTH Se.Ur
Court the ,
centers etc. during the season. We 471. foI0..1nl: i
I not necessary. ApplO'Bn.n's I 904 N. Orange dial2-452i. :
rent complete projection equipmentand STUDEBAKER 1941 Commander MINOR I 1946 '.- ,> r try
films to you at a regular weekly Pbarma7. Winter Park. i j OLIN'S UDRIE-I-L".. cars FORDS-V-8'5. Model A's from 192 Land Cruiser. Clean throughout. -I 1947- BUICK :;; Not trying to cut a hog In the face COT
basis. Write or wire for details. FOUNTAIN. HEL FU--oirt time. j for monlh. to 1338 Coupes sedans Good mechanically good paint. Jim I but I have to offer the and FORD 'i-ton p.m, .r
Stevens Pictures. Inc.. 9536 N. E. Apply Prln- i: No red tape 2 orations. 242 N' stomp down good ones. New locationIf i Jernigan Used Cars. 600 W. Central Tune ROADIASTR II | best selection of good low bln I

Second Avenue. Miami. Florida. ct'on and Edgewater. Orange. Phone 2-81. and 142 N. I cant tell you right I won't tel. i Phone 3-1946. or I I II iI I have ever had. Most an of these I 1947 FORD Swper Do I <* :; 23
Pb wrong. From 8185 to $395. ;
LOCAL MANUFACTURER with estab- RAPHEaAls generafotflee Gal.nd." 2-347. YOI. Smith. 333 N. STUDEBAKE14-1938 Commander se- I Serial No 14675910 Driven less look good I well as run good .
position. 5'i : "omeola" A.I. dan. Radio heater. good tirec. than four thousand miles.HOT Am listing a few for your approval OLDSMOBILE 6. -.D
U.hed business needs cash for eap.n diy .eek. Write P. O. Box 2406.STNoRAPHERECEARY j .3. Auto Service must sell. 4353 Cheney I 191
clean. $295.
lon: can either give mort..eor

stock In orgsntratlon: details b"aPIMnntm..nt =Fo I I AUTO" BRAKE JOBS and wheel j FORDS-1947 club one with H"y. upstairs in rear. $150 I POINT I' 1935 CHEVROLET Coupe ____IUS ISIS MERCURY Sedan
: Box 371. 8-Star. cup. STUDEBAKER 1935-aU sedan.
Wheelsbalanced -
alignment 1-day i ml. other 100 ml .
4.000 :
porauon. Must be rapid Ie.
accurate 1931 MODEL _
A Sedan
| -t38 Ie
I AM SICK-A DISGUSTED with possess Initiative and able to assume I chile you wait. C. A. Priced reasonable. Jack Martin's Used Looks and runs good 113. See DISHWASHE CRY

mtht work. My business has responsibility. Permanent resident ,\ | !nre&_ Sons.IO1OW.ClturctLALIGNMENTFree_ Cars. 777 N. Orange: 8409. today at 130O W church Brakes adjusted 1937 V-8 "85" Sedan ...-___$ Cop
grossed over $8.500 since Feb. 16. only. Ph. 2-4592 for appointment If j| inspection. Prompt I FORD- 47-Delux-- Tudor. Low STUDEBAKER-1941 champion club j SI00 195022
FroDt 1941 FORD Convertible
"hpr.s : Let:
1947. with SO7 '' CHEVROLET Coupe __
net profit. Will .
fully qualified. I{ repairs by expert mechanic A i mileage like new and sedan. Equipped with overdrive.raoio. 1 t'm" S2.5 115 p
sacrifice. Make me an offer. Box CURB !' one-stop service at God"c.r.s Serv without. Christmas .ih. etc. Very econwDcal. Cle.netone any car UNDERWOODTPEWRIER 1935 W. )la. atyle __ 194S FORD
373. S-Star. WAITES GIRL-Np.t..tr.ctv. 1793. .1 '0' "s FOR 116 Super DeUucr S::
over 21. Hours 4 > ice. 300 N Orange Ave. I I R.S._ vans.lthorie_ 4771_ _pr! in town and only $1095. R :
phone 4J21 or 4771. 1936 PLYMOUTH __
p p m. Apply 845 S. Orange BRAKES REPAIEWsupply ally i: FORD-1948 convertible: less than S I t.n. Coup 1195 1542 DESOTO 5th Ave refc

Blossom Trail. ourau als gas ,'i miles. This Is a beautiful car. Sit.DEBAKS.R-1942. 4-door. One STIVERSPONTIAS 1934 FORD Coup ___ ___ :.n
GOLDEN HAS Tourist Courts- W A I T RES S-White. : and oil. Dixie Sales and Service. W. equipped Up to 24 mos. to pay. See local owner. Very clean. Equippeucierticive. 125 1941 CADILLAC Conve't..rI-SU:
hours 6 to 8 p.m uprlence. South at Boone s; this one before you buy. Jack Martin radio heater. Sold with W UNDERWOOD 1936 CHEVROLET Sd.m __124 :
Court I
Furnished house for
11 -rental rooms In 8 other houses.owner. 2: 6 to 8. Also dishwasher needed EODY- AND 'NDERrep.lnns and j'I _S_Used_ _Carc. .7p N.Orange_ ; 8409. a L'ars.gua.ntpe.777 N. Orange Jack, 1.rUn's Uses ,i hj W' Co.oaial TYPEWRITER 1940 PLYMOUTH Sedan __1695 PLYMOUTH Stat r. WK--3
gem(I ft. highway. frontace. room forexpansion. Ph 27.JVinterPajk.; I painting. Estimates gladly gtvep ,, FORD-'42 Super Deluxe S-passenger j 8401. ISIS
Satisfaction guaranteed. D Varner black with white sidewalls TERRAPLANE- 18-Inch. No. 18-6160423 I 1931 MODEL A Panel _____ FORD Convertible C
Price S23.5OO. term.*. YOUNG LADY to wait on trade and i club coupe; ; 19J6tromprIvae I 1-- 124 upe
assist in shop 234 W. Central Ave. Phone 2-3153. J ; low mileage: clean. S8OO my owner. ISIS
: plain 1I
New furnished. 200 I rlence nfesar,. Regular sewing eap equity balance terms. 503 W. Central. S today at_628 E. Amelia.____ jItRRAPtANE I FROSTAIREREFIGERATOR 1936 CHEVROLET Sd.o __1295 PONTIAC Sedannettr

ft hllhw. Auto Parts-Acessories : 1936. This FENCE WIRE 1934 FORD _________
fronta. Furnishe owner Apply in person. R. S Brown. 2510 731. jCHEVROLET ms, o"ncr. 46-SuPrDelu& '- car 1 Coupe 12
units. Price N Orsn.f. 2 door sedan i afl across S. but we feel that it Bt"C Headmaster Sedan
S23.SOO. which is under cost. YOUNG WOMAN= BODY and fender. covers. low mileage: perfect condi- worth (115.:' Jack MartIns Used LIMITED QUANTITYHEAVY ISIS
TeD'1 Sate For Hlh. lehOad- pick-up S100. 711 West Robinson tlon. priced right: Mr. Plaxton. Little Cars, 777Nqranae. 64U9. i J. R. (ROME FOLKS) SM CEOL Fleet master

A. C GOLDEN. BROK. on laboratory. Permanent Ateiiue. Village Trailer Park S. Oranl. WlYS-JEEP-1946 Pick-up. Like I POULTRY DEEP FREEZE CHEST Seao
17-92 CH* mie. Ir of underPass ply P O. Boa 3273. POton Ap! I Blossom Tr.t. j I' Winn Standard Mo 60 In Close FENC NEW LOCATION
). Open 74. Autos-Trailers Wanted j .
SWd. WATD2 neat young ladles for iI FORD-1935. two door. A-l condi tors. Orange Blossom Trail at Wash 2 wires 6 in. space JACOBS LAUNDRALL 1946 BUCK Super Sedan

counter attendant I I ton new motor exchange good ington.All'tNIION- 10 rod rolls 333 NORTH MAIN ST. "

Apply In person Rialto Theater. WANTED-I'll Buy that car' 4915. . AT TEN 1 ION I (1240 per roll WASHING MACHINENo. 1946 CADILLAC 60" Special
WILL SELL my fancy fruit packing AUTO available for de-- HEAVY POULTRY Sedan
Winn. Standard Orange business coupe good tires Imedl.te
large fruit Juice stand EXPERIESCE SENORAPHER by Motor. rRDt 72267The
bu.ln. and .
oierhsuied 3 livery. 19. 7. 8.
or twdays -< Blossom Trail at Washington. mo. ago. p..enle FC
and Ilde.all cfe. fully equipped and sedans and limousines. These carl are in U In 1947 FRASER Sedan
at 541 Raleigh Sunday or S spaces
week see 5
a the week I 1 automobile mar inspected ..tC.ntr.1
The cmmenelnl 3-193.
| 1940r4fand"42 In
A-I condition. b
buslne. laet. cf January 5. a month or six I Hughey St after 8. MondayFORD31. s All 10 rod colic
Storage West Central
mos flashy place on hllh..a No. Also have several 1947 model 5 pas- (1250 roll Gau. 1941 STUDEBAKER
at Indian River City. ear lease weeks. Reply to Box 370. S-Star. AUTOS WANTED-Will pay highest A sedan good one. per Avenue at The I CharnClub
mode sen gercar S with low mileage. I caD HEAVY POULTRY Coupe
with option. I have other business ESTABLISHED FuiM.ats to employ cash price for your ea. Oln Inc I 1236'j W. or Fh. 2-7772 finance them For information write Close mesh. 72 In. FE raining property may be inspected '

and can't take care of them. See I a competent secretary. Excel 142 N Garland. N. FORD-1941 Plkgp truck. New mo Ricard A Troger. 2622 Blvd.. Apt. 1. 10 rod rolls 2 .J at 2OO Hazard Street by C.WDI i,, 1946 FORD Super IVt.xx.. $
this .pl.c before you buy anything. lent opprun.t" for advancementBox Oranr24814.__ tor. new paint. Private owner. $795 Jacksonville. Fla (1500 per roll 2-391 fo an appointment MERRY XMAS "a
me .t Indian Grovea. or S-ta. AUTOS WANTED-'43 models needed V h 6421.FORD'4. HEAVY WEIGHT PARK WICK AU bids should be In wntine. should l
writ. Box 38. Indian River Clt,.. _ _ _ _ r.VERY BODY IS HAPPY when thel 1946 PLYO Con"T1
Pla We $5 for be sealed and should be to
i pay UP to 000 right In 11 dtll'er..d
ca 5 passenger do business here. Good clean ears
65. blnei ( I wi I|
Help Wanted-Male i JscK MartInS Used 777 N rod the Trust Department The First Na- (
Cars coupe you want a at dealer prices 1947 Hudson S'Jpersedan.
61. Bank Loans Service I 2 ID .
I iional Bank Orlando: at time
Orange. at
i 8409.AUTOSVANTED car. 3 months ago. comes 1695. 1946 Ford $1575: ( any Cut 1946 Spec.a': OcUixel
overhaule Tudo. out this ad and bring it
AUTO BODY PAINTER-First class I before 12 noon December 29. PYMOU
from 8
INSTALLMENT any 14 8 Hua-hey 1946 Plymouth Special 4 dor. very OclDf 194. l
PENA CO' at LAS. West Orlando Washington Auto Body Street.Works. 1336 model. More cash quicker. Wykygyl 1 to 4 3 or 541 Raleigh after t:30.: clean. 5OOO miles. S175O. 1946 Chevrolet 46 I with you. I is worth | ep

Compare.. .Pt N.tona for Motors. 751 N. Mills. 2-2174. fORD sedan. A 4 door sedan clean 1600 miles. :i nc:1ro! 1939 LASALLE Sedan
S 100. you get t I 134t BARBER-With State license. Sober AUTOS WANTED .- clean--194. -doi Motor Ver 11.5. 1941 Ford sedan. 875. 1947 S3' rn'l!

ISO. you get 139p..menta I3PI7ent. 12.SO and rel.ble. Knoll's Barber Shop. model any year. -male Standard Motors. Inc. 375 N. Orange sedan priced right. Cars financed. i 1947 FORD Warm
t 200. yon get 186Pument 188' 205 8. Blossom Tr.i. Ph We pay i. K. and W Motors, corGarland "hone 2-4064. 1 3 do"n. balance 182tmonl $$50in Stat
8 300. you get 25 3-118. Amelia. 2-0529. :h. T P Baker Motor Co. Main .
0 I Ii convertible. radio Just Arrived 1947 BUICK Super CCm f !
8 400. you get 372-Paymenta BOYS White. 14 to 15 years,4. fcr i I-VARNER. Inc-. 'wants to buy-your FORD192.. and many extras: good and Broadway KIimmee. Fla.Jb. I Coupe j
8 SOO. yon get 465 Paymenta 41.67 MomlD Sentinel paper routes. An- ,
auto truck will
or and
1112 St.
top i S.
$1000. you get noP.ent 83.34 pI, Mr. Wolfe. Circulation Dpt. prices Immediately. D. Varner.pay Inc rondlton. L trailers. Trucks tor Sale SEm
Above monthly Sentinel office afternoons 3 to p.m Studebaker Sales and FORD 1939 2-door. New paint Ill N 0 Pb Ian cash if used towards ',
1 | 234 W purchase Others
Payments for IS months smaller. DRY CLEANER and spotter. Paula i j Central Ave. Phone Srnce. ti good tires drives nice A good buy C119.VROLET-l940 p.tP body truck |! t s'Et r
: 2-315. Jim Jernigan Used Cars. 600 W. Cen- of a good USED
Figures life Insurance to pay :' Good 1025 WeLt
telud. Service 1310 Edgewater I cODdltlOn Trailer Load CAR
National loan In Bank of at death. The 4ta floor First Ceanll. __ _ _ I FRANK get the REED high really doiiar knows for your how car to i t.1 Phone 3-1946._ _ _ _ I HarvardCATERFILLAR I Good 'til Dec. 2 ony. -Come Right To c IB*

Ilevator. Hours 9 Or..o. to 12. INSURANCE AGENT-Minimum salary or equity. Cash in five minutes Why lORD 194 ConYrbt club coupe. I 7c'tractor serial :
t Sa. I '40. plus commtscion. Appls give 'em aaay. Give us a chance. throughout 9G with La Plante bulldozerheavy T Trade r Your Car 1946 FORD Super DeLuxe Fordor ,
DO YOU SAVE a part of each dollar Monday from 9 a m. to 4 p.m. 1009 201 N. Orange Blossom Tr.. 7883. Priced right Jim Jernigan Used Cars. I rooter blade all for 14c0 W sedan Beautiful 14.- Cumbie Cars
you earn? First National Bank Metcalfe Bldg fFILLEY .: W.Central_ -Phone 3-1946 C Manlev. R : Box 78. 34s.iiartosl. ComplefeBalhrom 000 miles still mar.new. J1750 Jim
Invites you to open an Interest I MOTOR INC. will buy. sell 1 FORD 1930. fourdor iTTn t la.CEVROLT19. Ike
Bearing SavingS account PANTY ANDklrh..n imp wanted or' car for the high 1 1941 CHEVROLET i2 ton panel
dollar. good sbap. $350 Chas. Klnc.ld 6 pick-up truck. For A [Later truck. New S.C'SFREE
WInter Park. See us at 200 W. Central or : motor. new tires. 904 N. Orange p.F
1007 Cloud. I II "Profit with Prophitt's" I .
Phone 5416. 1 This truck is in excellent! condition
62. Loans Up to $300 PRESSMNTWlherl- I HUDSON H6 "6". Original Used 500 W. I
.j R S VANS. "World' Largest Auto> I Sl..r Cas. Cental Outfits and was used fo pleas i I _

AUTO. 'Furniture. Diamond Loans. working conditions year round lob Dealer." Is on1 Interested In buying 1 tires 40.000 Clean. $1250PhK'sstmme DODGE-1939 Plc-upExelent UTe driving. ._. . . .S W5 .

Economy Finance Company. J. P.Burger. Stuart Dally News. Inc. StuaFla the Wi purchas .n,:,|' \ 5579. I condition. 200 Car : 1942 WILLYS Jeep. Mehmcal

Manager. 1006 Bldl.Ph. RETREAD MAN Must be expert- year make or pay an 't.ASALLE-Llke new. only 4700 mile hcne 23S2.DUMpaUCK. Reconditoned tre.
2-0339. Meta enced. Orlando resident Good 1 believable price on the spot. Call I Used as family car Orlando Ice -1946 Chevrolet. 34.- I CLOSETS AND' SEATSLAVATORIES pred. _... .$595

c CASH LOANS-Quickly made on fur. I hours good pay. permanent. Apply 4321 or 4771 I Delivery Co Inc c.l at I.rl. 0 actual mie. 2-yard water level 1939 PONTIAC 4 door sedan. Has F E E

ntar. autoa and diamonds. Orlan In person. Firestone Stores. N. Orange guaranteed. radio heater and all new
0". Homo Finance Co.. 314 at Concord. BADLY of 1946 and 1947 $1.475. Triangle Motors. Leesburg. I tires. This car just driven
Metcalf Bldg. Dial 2-O304.- REAL BUTCHER-Must know how I NEE older cars. LASALE-1938 sedan. 37.400 actual I Florida. Phone 280 Cast Iron and China II down from N. Y. Like new.

QUICK CASH LOANS Furniture cut. Joseph Hage. SOO W. Gore. t .utomoble. North Or.nl Hale., miles in pnv.t.of Invalid lady. DODGE-1946- pick-up. Like M. "n' __S 895

oot and auto loan,. 2-hour service. SHOE SWINE--BOY Experienced Telephone 8597. j i, therefore I. Dar perfect conditIonI ., Felix Wlnn Standard Motors. Co. TUBS 1937 DODGE Coup. New paint 1948 License Tag

,. Loan Co.. 501 Florida Neat and reliable. Knoll's Barber
Bank Bldt.. R W. Gallic manager Shop aos 8 Or.ng Blo.am Tai. regardless of make or model. Used I { Sunday at Vim Winter! DODGE-1937 pick-up A good one 889 N. a 1935 CHEVROLET door ..edan.Al ',
Phone 2-1661. 1244 Slerno West tire With every ca r p >
Car Exchange. 219 W. See today at 1300 new .xceptoal
LOANS MADE from $10 t 8300: St Phone 2282.ONTHET Wa.bnlton | P.rk '130 c& D trde-ta. 1i5. St. 2-0746 New and Use SinksAll and runs .ct= 1 between now an-1 I J I'

strict privacy; fast I WELL DRILLER _First class fully CASH PAID for good i DODGE-1940 tractor and 22-ft. flat 1936 CHEVROLET l'I. ton
Finance Service. Inc .aeI\ .o i experienced in Pta formation Good clean used cars. Jim Cumbie ] semi-trailer Reconditioned and repainted Very go condltlO and
Ave. Phone 9857 I hour. top pay. Libby
NEED $100 QUICKLY? Get It her 1 W. Church. '- I or will sell E. Ham- Holler Chevrolet Co.. 115 W. Cen- QUALITY CARS I 1041 CHEVROLET Town Sedan. PRICES

on your own security Florida I WANT 100 CARS-Any price any I: i o. Box 87 &ktar Fla.: i|I tral.. Ph. 2-44. tub Complete all new AU new tires lks and runs

it. 21 W. Pine. 1st stairway east of make or model. Phone for buyer or j 8395 C.n I FORD-1938 pICK-UP. Bargain at ' like new. .._.... .. ..19
LINCOLN-1939. cash. be
Grand Theatre.NO YOUNG MAN to operate ma- drive n stivers W. 6H5. Holler Chevrolet Co.. W. 4 CADILLAC "6" Coup Ba_" tri. $3.50.fTW 1933 OLDSMOBILE 4 door rean
mlkln. 6 I at 407 alrbanks WInter Park. I 15 S
0Pontac. thles and BUICK Roadti.'r *
chtheo 1947
: mus be fast co..a Colon I !I r Ph. _ _ _ ; len Centcai. Ph 24441. _ _ _ _ ab n. New tires new paint excep .
clean ,D.lr. Pine Castle. THE COLN194 couP.OIllial.r PACKARD 1 tionally clean. . 64 dan. Can't !! -.m
)OT-IAN DO for you 1s U | r FEDERAL TRUCK TRAC'POR-1946 Supr Sedan Overdrive GAS tll
NEED TO SHOP YOUNG MAN Wanted-Experienced at : : I SOVE 1937 PLYMOUTH 4 door
in your price or Iwi e n e ior. Radio. a overdrive. I IR. model. 3 to 4 ton Rand G. prlc.dnlh radio n hele sal new car. .3
greasing : (City ] Very good condition
washing and market
pay Our used cat 711 w Orlando Su O
around if you want extra cash. extra I autos Must be willing to do ph.hln. lot at 100 W Jefferson.prIe. Central Fla. An eacppton 1195. S. E..n.pbone Truck Co.Robinn .4 PACKARD Deluxe Sedan Ltte Ap. owner car. .. o' S :

fast for seasonal needs because rio work Apply at Sunshine Motor. $92 i Motor. Ph. 2-2424 or 477L__ i new 1938 FORD 83 h p. Tudor 1947[ CHEVROLET C -
Sold On You. 1.1 called theYes : N. O.nle.W GET I MERCURY 1939 5-passenger Club : FORD TRUCK-1939. A-l cond.tlon 41 CHEVROLET Special Del Sedan. Complete line of fittings san. 'c1
Man" because 4 out who askme I CASRc- MINUTES Any Radio. new finish. Imm.cu-I good fruit body new motor. A I Mechanically Co. L ible Coupe Vnv .n
get a loan of $25 tfl O or more i 5 JeEr men between 18 and 25. i Starling-Alexander coup. perfect mechanlc.U"A Coif man. Highland Ave.. Apopka. honey! nice. _.__._....--.-.-...-.. !
r week good 501 PONTIAC RadIo. i
on salary or comein pay. Ma Motor. N. Or.nI Aw. Phone buy at $995. R. phone FORD TRUCK 1941. A-l 4 Cab Co
ca furniur. )orete. SPr Wear. 32 N. Gertrude S Ev.n condIto.Ne" heater low
or Carle Yes 4321 or 4771. _ I rubbr all around I Dllea"e. i American '
Man 75. I four tire. body. See at 424 S. PLYMOUTH Special Deluxe Sedan Plumbing K&WMOTORSCor. 1946( PLYMOUTH >' .
PERSONAL FINANCE CO. 24 S Orange I HAVE a part time job for an ex I -. lsd for Sale MERCRY-19U.. L. door.tra. Rosalind. Fh 2-1153 WU trade for 1'4 Radio. very itean.I 000 actual nv.lt; - '
Ave. Stairway next to Federal perienced advertising man. If interested 105. good car or sell I
Bakery. c.1 2-0397 for appointmentLEARN AUTO AUCTION-Nm to SOO : I Una Tr.ler Park. i I 'U CADILLAC "63" Very Garland and Amelia. 2 8529
BARBERINO mobiles and trucks We will : MOTORCYCLE-Famous lbt..el"hC"James. FOFUModelA.. truck.duai wheela. I low 1 S. I'I'i .Supply Co. 1941( BUICK Sur'i, -
Pays good our I.rg.st .nd best sate i ." 130 mile ; ,: excellent condition. 5250. good rub- mle.ge c.t OPEN SUNDAY
O I's get free training. Non 0 I.'s 12 1.10n '' \ .
ber. One
reasonable fees Pm. Dent miss it Goff bump erasing springs. j Pridgen. 128. 20th. | OLDSMOBILE 66" 2 door s* owner.
1355115 -
po.ton pl..ntful bile Corn _Co Lakeland._FIx down. balance 10 months. j FORD dan. Radio clean
MODERN We pay you while Varnr. TUC-13 -Hi ton.sood II j' nice c.'t this '
SERVICE By one BarberIng College. Jacksonville. Flor- BUICK-"42 Super Sedanett: clean Inc.. 234 W. Central.MODEL I tres. good condltol| 234 \V. Washington St t s Col IL

of Florida's oldest : Ida. throughout ... Private | bd,. with side b.rd, I t| CADILLAC 6" Special Sedan. .
and most experienced -
OOeT.l123Gunniy.nn or trade See James Dial 3-2341
St ph 631. A FORDS Conpes. sed.nS.Panel. bes 41 CADILLAC "6 Srrtan. Every '
small loan and 66. Sales Help Wanted BUICK 1941 SPcl.IA Did you ever ride a bicycle ".ln.y .t Rt. 2. Boa 182. thing Low mi:"a:? (9 BUICK Spc 1 ,1 -
fn.nce one-owner chain? It's ped- Fa week dan alIt
car excellent condi- easy Le.bur"I' Original .I r,t. ty
companies. Private offices. Confidential tlon Standard Motors. Inc. 375 N. dlin'. but slow ridln'. Well folk. I Sunday all day _ _ J. C. McKELLAR PAINTPRICES < '
Orange phone 2-4064. got some .o Model A'E Hoi FEDERAL -1939 1'a-ton chassis and me clean. -

service. No delay. Terms suit SALESMEN WANTED BUICK-1941 4-door Private good $145 to 1195. J. R.Homefolks" cab. Good condition and tires. 595. a
t ly owned. ..dal Smith. 333 N. MaID St. Holler Chevrolet Co.. 115 W. Central.Ph. L942 CHEVROLET '.

your income. Acceptance Corporation Outside Salesman to contact dealers Radio. heater etc City Hall Scrv- 2-4441. CUT 15%
In this area for line of electricatappliancea. Ice. 251 N. Orange. MERCURY '46 4-door sedaniow I I SIOUSETRAILER '47 Masterbllt: OPENSUNDAY dn One own" >

ar of Florida. Home office at 430 N. such a srange.. refne.- I BUICK-1938 coupe.- Radio heater mle.lle. excellent condition. 1999 22 ft : A-B apt. size stove; bottle ) actual I rr", :.

Orange tor. and radios. Similar experience Original paint Sacrifice or trade Cornel off & St Winter gas. sleeps 4: excellent condition. To reduce our stocks for tltelt. 4,
Avenue In Orlando. Phone required. Good 525W.WECURY194.
opportunity with for co.ch or eedan. Ph. 2-3871. 1.85. Lt. Szasz lot 4B. Sunny we have cut Jfrom aind7
established southern organization 4-door town sedan Trailer Park. 1204 S. OrangeBloivom low prices of listed .
7136 Offices at Cocoa. Winter Haven Salary upn. account. bonus pen BUICK-1942 tuorSupr Sedanette; New paint new up> Trail These paint are a fine as money 1942 BUICK Sppr ,,1 :

sion vaaton. and other fl1 equipp. owned l holstery Priced Appl"Bob HOUSE TRAILER-21 ft. Platt. YOUR PACKARD DEALE" ran buy . msater.-biended of tha
and r..sn.ble. con-
St. Cloud. Sam service employ caly ptionaily clean :: ette. Excel ir-"t '
25-45. .
benefts. Ar Some w.ts. 105 N. Hughey. Ph. 4410. crete porch. completely furnished. 342 N Orange Ave Phone SI4T finest ingredients forbrushIng lnlle J.
collese preferbl.. Must boulh on 30-day guarantee Priced (1200. lot's", CaVolina'Mo I .. '. . .
have be rllht. Jack Martina Used MOTORCYCLE-1946 Indian Chief. Park. coer. U
or able to get automobile Can 777 i I- . sparkJinc beaaty. The
Submit full summary of personal Orange: 8409 6.0OO actual miles (485 Call Win- HOUSE TRAILER.-14 ft., sleeps 4. !II '

EEE AETNA FOR XMAS CASH data small education photo.and experience. Enclose CADILC-1942-1 4-door. Avery i and ter 6 Garden p m.MERCRY. 321 between 8 a. m. N.new tires power brakes. (475. 1390 ,,I '. '-i FORD -4-door Super tires De- :,supply.paint yon won need t last today long-and so order SAVE tn* 1941 OLD I 0 B !' I '

I 1-owner: white MIll Luxe: radio. white ; ( : '
SSO-S7S-S100 or more. Get money sl promptly On your Signature or Director of Personnel. Suther I We have this car priced far cop. L. m..as. perfect cub used 30 days perfect I slip covers; low mieage. INTERIOR FLAT WALlS hydramatic, N <-IV I
car No worthy States Iron Roofing below the special Carol CODdltOn _
person refused 1.0 male pnce. Jack M.r- at $1995. Ann Park. Lot I
Priendiy. private service. Convenient Box 1159. Savannah. Ga. tIns Used C.r 7 N. Orange: 8409.CEiROL193. R S. Evans phone 4321 or 4771. Marckel. 32 A 1 Club sedan PAINT
terms to fit I I i OLDS 98" ;
your "
tudor: NASH-1946 6OO" sedan Very HOUSE TRAILEt.sta 48: excellent 4 '
Borrow more,. on your car. 'Look at .. Pc eacP-. clean. Will sell very reasonable condition. reasonable: 633 Indiana q I' hydramatic: rdo. heater 104-8/10 gallon cal. Wbitt) 1988 BUICK Con u. s
these cur nt carts lucs 38 Cars MAN WANTED for 15OO family Raw- See this one b.for ,O Jack Felix Wlnn Standard Motors. Or.Bittsolfl.IL.tWashington- !a Puramort. :: white 2995 12 11 per nNew' "
10.39 Cars S6'40 Cars $350- I leigh business Permanent if you i Martins Used Cars. N. Orange: I'ange_ _. I 3-4 gallon (Whie
7 el. '
Car 11 O'4 $i.150-4$ ae a hustler Write Rawleighs. j i 8409I I NASH 1915 L"TERATONAL 1937 11,-tonI ( = CHRYSLER Town and 81020 per excel if-r (
Cart $1 SOO Pt 1 4-d.r sd.n Eacelenttr.rspr.tlon i I h.ssl cb Just a good old 4
1 ,)U true on your car no. you can FA-43-12. M..mpb T..nn 'I, CHEVROLET-1946 convertible, radio. for only $ R 'l I (195 Holler Chevrolet Co.. Country convertible: radio tUHI
get a 2nd Mortgage Auto Loan LONG NEEDED INVENTION-Proved | heater white Ilde..ll. Car u like Ev.t. or 4771 j' 115 W Centra! ph. 2-4441 INTERIOR PRIMER
without success P..rful demonstration, i i i new $2.295. on your I OLDSMOBILE I I, [ white tes. $3195 ,
refinancing. Loans Every I: -1941 4-door Maroon. MACK-1939 1'j-ton chassis and cab. ANDSEALEJI 1 MERCURY
lie home. car. finance balance 1 7f '
30 ). store office a 24 mo to pay Good rubber. runs very nice. 1 3 Good serviceable condition For 42 BUICK ; .
o phone I prospect. Low price. long profit. Exclusive J.cl Martin s Used Cars. 777 N down 15 good buy. '
.en first thenstop bal.nc Jim Jernlgn quick sale (645.
lee.U Fine outfit furnished. No O.na 8409 Cars. month. Holler Chevrolet Co.. radio, heater. $1595 244.-1/10 fallen can*. (White)
by to Open I deposit Get facts quick Write I i Usd. Centrl. Ph I Central Ph 2-44 I u i> f r Deluxe! S2 4) per can
evenings b phone 5182. CfEl'ROL- 1941 2-door sedan. 3 BUICK Super 1 1sn.7 1940 PONTIAC 2'r1! :r
,.pplnlm..nt R. Building. Red Comet. Inc.. I TRUCK--Good condition 4 3? u n cans
new Club
Aetna F.Dce 31 S. Otante. ;n Colorado Lt-I' Mfhanlcal1. right.Jim Jernl..n good paint OLDSMOBILE 193-f "8" convrtble I PANE. 8500 t.ke it. Apply Mon- O.upe Prie b ; radio, heater. per W ing Sedan. S1941 ;-'- -
Price Used low coup .
Looks nice. has a | day Heckle's G.r.lle. 1 new car >r'co.
coup corner G.r-
j AND W. le" $1495
AGENT- RshIDEen Ca 6 C.tr.1 3-1946.
< P 5. phonuI land and Concord.
I I .! proven quality line of industrial l- CYSLE941 Royal 4-j- r :7\915 R Enn SCHULT '40 PACKARD Coupe. Excellent '42 STUDEBAKER Cham- ENAMEL UNDERCOATWHITEJ FORD Super pr'r.. 2-
63. and hand and -Sleeps 4. bath. gas. elecit -
.h..1 I
Loans [
platform .ster. Oe eacptn.l used' i ii I OLDSMOBO.E 1935 coupe Inquire tile door Sedan On" '-
| and other allied Materials icar v.lue of with brlle. G condition. Trade cor.rlnfin, priced' pion 4-door. $1095 ,
to. "PfIt corner of 19th and for .
PItA AND CONVENTIONAL LA'S' Handling now ... .Equlmpni. AU Prpruu.. Used CarsL "CeDt.l. I\r 5. Avn-_ I\ at [ right. x4O PLYMOUTH Club ; 64-910 gaSeS un \e title. I :d
On new or pro. quantity ''' I SPARTAN-Te la est. Just arrived. j 4 coup
nltnl constrtion is a bonafide, proposition with CHE'ROL-194.-ionvrt* 1103 series hydramatic. radio. *2 45 per r )
1 no OBI9 Frnk Trailer Sales. lOP N. '
$9 .
tM' _N. Orange< unlimited earnies-at,4 an opportu- ::: } I I fully euIppd. Will consider Orange_ Blossom Trail. !: OLDSMOBILE 8 Fordor. *
blue Right RtJe"Dt oler FORD Convertible
18 ny for an :n'tI: price ') I In 'I 39 INTERIOR GLOSS FINISH
:ccntan d ambitious .
- n HOME LOANS-To purchase. Stano build a Cars 6OO W. Cntrl. phe ca 36. 5t.r. ;. SPARTAN completely aluminum. ; Very clean. cp :1941 PONTIAC, .
.urratve heater.
refinance and bW his business of 3n4&: I i PLYMOUTH 1941 Special DeLnxe I!i I Frank Reed Trailer Sales. 201 N.: I' I radio $9 !
serv own Write e\inz: full detail and sedan. owned Very Orange Blossom OLDSMOBILE Tudor. 86-8'10 gallon cans. (White) Sedan. Very c
ice available .ncudlD pl.n speci other lines carried, if any. to Box I Must Pv.tel 4353 clean.. !;I Trail. i iI | 3 6 CHEVROLET 2< o. 2.72 per cast -,

fications and hou moel WInter'Pak 348 S.Sta CHEVROLET-1946. 4 door two tone upstairs in I.S. Cheney Hwy SUPERIOR SPECIAL-New '4s.23: I I Priced right. little doggie and so is the
Federal Sann..L.a Assn. grev. 1.750.. S750 down Rogers '' rer. |I ft. overall will sacrifice. Carol Ann I

Park i 67..:___Employment Agencies i Trailer Bales. 1500 Orange Bloasom| PC-.8". convertible. Rumble I I I Tracer: Park. S Orange Blossom. i.! "37 CHEVROLET Coupe. price. $795 PASTE PAINT 1940 CHEVR0LErr

Trail. i i I. good running coditon. ;'SPARTAN In the newl94lmottel. i '41 MERCURY 4- \ .'.
i ; So I i. 'ra
LOANS on aU types of property.; tone i BROWN'S PESSE SEVIC'and !I'I Act Good quick transportation at a b.r.n i|i Frank Reed Trailer Sales. 201 N.: :; Good transportation. or go 14-4 gallon cans"rwktte) Tour n ,
or ; r o S19-04 cam )
low per
sor t.rms rate: Immedi-1 '' 2-294 Orange Blossom Trail i mehicly f
ate O. Fredrick. 118 i! work come to 515 W Central. U.you ,,. CtETROLET-1882. tudor sedan.- I I PAcRD194eonye-rlbl"- i- SPARTAN witir the fun sized bed. 46 LIXCOL C.ub Coupe. cIion
N I $79
Orans Ave. Phone 8188. j i want hel. call 6326 I; Completely overhauled! and freshly oFrank Reed One PORCH AND DECK Y'
I :' Tits. Color French Trailer Sales. 201 I owner, 160 ear. 33 PACKARD Super ng 1940 FORD Station'
ltainted.Prlvate blue red N'ITAIERUtU I 4
owner. 6342 Orange Blossom Trail. I
MORTGAGES FOR 69. Work P interior trim A List I door. A EXA'IEL Good condition -
Want dFemalBE.UC" good $
aa2o per 8ALEI5- CHE\-OL-14. Spc..1 Dlu. price Detroit 13.6 b.aaUfa be avail- 10 t Oncapaii;. I 42 NASH Fordor 6.An excellent one -9
per month. 1.0 R.c. .ner. able January What la best ask j 10 Dark Crey)
S'i per license In your 2-13 I buy. 46 .1 cn
mechanically !
month. 6 Hpna ; work. SMS. ;I honesty 3 be
Go..1D tie E\ This vchance
877 N Oransr. l. i,| Winter Park 8-8569 .after par 3pm 4771or4321 I Box 1'e.Sm"a_Bach Ford.. |I TRAILERS New and used. "Amert- ;'110 Free Lubrications with | JJ-8/10 laD c.n\atte may
every represented a n
MORTGAGE WANSunreddenip.j'and 'i! COMPANION I 4 doorspeclal \! cn. "Liberty. "Indian. "Trout-i fairy to get a cr.24 -
-Housekeeper or driver: 1942 New Yorker '' wood USED CAR S3.3O can
CHRYSI deluxe New Bell. Bonded
biuine I paint tires. $695. Will trade
properties In Orlando I preferably in Winter Park. Write cash. ; yt I purchas'd.nlJnf priced.
and cleanOnly : I dealer
and Wlnl.Park. Low Interest rate*. I|I JCPEauGallie_ P 0 FIx.PR.ACflcjj SUSS. Holler Chevrolet Co.. 113 W. or "U trde for cheaper car. Can i I fdo gas'. equipment. Ac- months t pay
: 24 months.
Radio Shop. corner and "PreWay"stove nance to
> v MDda7. Fern I ; I up
IPtton St Phone\412IW.W I NURSE ? Central._Ph. 2-44. | MichiganPLYMoUHl94eDclenl2 dollies: awnings: etc. I I (9 Southern States
I : : : crk Here With c ,
1 1REAL encumbered eanoni'at 1939 Special 1 DeLuxe "- Ankney Trailer 8.1. 540 N. Orange Buy <"1-
1 I references. middle not til CHROL f>00 Blossor3Trail_ pnone2-25O5. (
ESTATE LOANS Low ''' Apri: dmes .Ee. . edan. Tb.rou.b bmiles.. Call owner 6868 \ Motors Iron Roofing
c To' De.lrs tior-d SS95 R. 4321 ,informationAi fo furr TRAILERS.-Rpdurlon-on gYila Wykygyl
bu build or finance and anvuhere north Box 326 or 4771 E.n new
soil II
Nauonal Bnest proprt.. at Trust cpt., First STENOSECRETARY- Capable n. ..tR\E' Wi: : 194:-7 ? ;' K4Fri-:"40rea m -"ni-rtib1- Ne--na u'en!< '! 0'.dar X
floor n'iH.tnes': .a !r'h MIUI! Street
Now :
perenee emp-nd: aiitte. ;o exce.ien'! conditIon : isU Stat> and 'I. Com-
Elevator me.nsnia1i M /
: B-rmar : '> .
A-aduoned. sra. ;I ilah about J.nu.f 15 Box For isle cheap City Cab 0 12c Sunday- ",; -x- :150r51n. pan r our wlei'.ion YOUOI., PHONE 8133 ORLANDO i
358 S-Star. Co 243 S Orsj Ave. I l and aTrailer at Sa,1.. Orange T& tOO- Usa ..2Ut Phone 2-2114 j




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0: Jewelry Shop

ti v The IdealChristmas i j/n/ Orlando

Gift Stone Jewelers, formerly Al ,
\\ ll amson's Jewelry Store. has i i H
recently opened at 12 East -- ::/}.
I' 4& >.w A 7-Way Church St. under the new management "
of Mr. and Mrs. Guy C. \
Stone | A.. '
Stone, well known to many
Floor Lamp j j here was formerly manager of'i iI '
t a local jewelry store for 18 years i
{ and has been in the jewelry business I It's the blanket
Nt I only that controls .
for over 25 years. |
Stone stated yesterday, "We i comfort the bejter of
I way-electronicall "!
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have spared no expense in remodeling -I
t $995 ; and making; this one '
1 of the most modern of jewelry
R i 1 stores in Central Florida. I Here's how this amazing ng electronic blanket

1 Handsome 7-way floor lamp, of.Nationally jewelry and advertised silverware linn will' protect your sleeping comfort. a
1 onyx finish, insert with base I be carried in stock and we will
light. For a look of utmost luxury I maintain a repair department
along with abundant light. : in addition to our sale staff."
I Heavy hard-to-tip bases have 1 The Stones have made their I II When ch31 breezes blow, or your own body
F Ivory and dark color onyx I home at 1 17%: S. Fern Creek for I hat-radiation decreases toward morning ...
insert bases. White reflector several .
p :, bowls give soft Indirect the Simmons Electronic Control adjusts the
.. light. White pleated Parchment warmth of your blanket not only for room
Shades. School temperature changes,but Iso for cny changein .
heat nJ'ut'ton froM ,our sleeping body.
l'I Children To
Yon can't get too cool or too warm. It's the
a %. better way to winter long sleeping comfort.
Hear Rubinoff Extra! The Simmons is so safe, so sturdy.Underwriters' .
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_ Tea Table Chatter Orlando Society Anticipates I

ly CYNTHIA rents.. MR. and MRS. GEORGE I Holiday Week Full Of Dances

DR. and MRS. MEREDITH George
MALLORY and Christmas Day I a student at Tulane Medical An air of excitement permeates [Dear Jr., Winter Park and Mrs.J. .
Wesley Fly, Orlando and
house are practically syn- SchooL the local social scene this
open those alumnae with invitationsnot
omous . Theirs is a household !I o o o .7N S week as Christmas and its at going to be used are askedto
where the younger crowd and I DR. and MRS. .J. CORWIN tendant festivities draw near. contact these committee mem
the older group gather each HO\VELL.haye; as their holiday First of the fraternity dancesis
Christmas Day for the best egg '.their son and his .X. the annual holiday dance be- bers.The Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity .
nog in the South. This Christmas bride and MRS. J. C. HOW.
ing given by Central Florida is entertaining with a danceat
the Mallorys expect all their I ELL JR.'.. <. &The latter arrived alumni and actives of Phi Delta the Orlando Country Club
family to be with them and the here Friday:from Knoxville itJe < A.. 'Theta tomorrow evening at the i' also on Friday evening.
open house is scheduled for any Tenn., where he is professor of Orlando Country Club. Billy''' Next week also sees the continuation
time after five o'clock in the biology at the University of Ten- I Arnold and his orchestra will of holiday and New
ernoon. aft-I nessee. His bride is the former e l' provide music for the event I I Year's Eve dances. On Monday
000 klANDANCE SMITH, from Okla t :> which is scheduled for 9 p.m. toil Dec. 29, the Pi Kappa Alpha
The young high school I, homa. I < \, a.m. Louis Trapp is general Christmas formal will be heldat
looking forward to Christmas :: 000 "fIf":: chairman of arrangements for the Orlando Country Club.
Eve afternoon when CLAIRE J. P. RISTIG JR. gets in today .: .> the alumni, and Van Hill and General chairman of the affair,
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DORNBIRER JANE ALLEN from Lexington. Mo., where he .; ( Fred Ward, general chairman of sponsored jointly by the alumni
SHARP and JEAN ROBINSON is a senior Wentworth Mili- 'arrangements for the actives j..and active members of the
entertain with a tea dance from I tary Academy . MR and MRS. .'Sonny Voorhis is in charge of',' fraternity, is Grant Staton. Requests
5 to 7 o'clock at the Dubsdread I ALLEN D. WAGNER and chil- ir ? : \ I invitations; Walter Tucker decorations !' for table reservations
Country Club . It's going to be I i dren, BARBARA and DAVID of / 1 : : ; and Pat Pattillo Jr.' should be made only to Conway
very festive, and BILLY ARN- : Lancaster Park are leaving today Se. } fiit : and Buell Duncan Jr., door Kittredge.17 E. Central! Ave.
OLD'S orchestra will furnish : to spend the Christmas holidays Also tomorrow evening will ,
%iusic for the event I Iwooo i with relatives in Kentucky I iP .... .. I be the Christmas Tree Dance of i

I I. . They will return Jan. 1, accompanied : S, the Orlando Junior Chamber of Miss DeLoach

All the members of the ROB- 'I by MR and MRS. J l. f' '. ...; :.'. .... ....>,,:*\'..,.4 i Commerce. It will be held at
ERT COFFEY household will be HARLAN E. JUDD, who will be I i the Coliseum with Jimmy Wil-}
together for Christmas this year : their guests at the Orange Bowl MISS JEAN lox and his orchestra playing for > Honor GuestAt
. FRANCES is here from ,; game in Miami on New Year's dancing. The hours are from 9
school in New York, and !MR Day. I I . Sigma Phi Epsilon queen. . appointed by Lambda Chi Alpha. . Kappa Sigma choice. I p.m. to 1 a.m. ( ShowerLast
and MRS. CLIFTON :McDOWELL I I 000 ---r--- 1'.A.. tOfficers' .. The Inter fraternity Confer
are flying in today from I Thursday night saw quite a *'O\ A ence dance, representative of 14 night Mrs. Donald E.
Shreveport, La. :Mrs. McDowellis I! Club Rich-Trumbo Greek-letter fraternities, will i ,
;, crowd gathered at the Country First Dance
Inter-Fraternity Smith hostess miscel-
'' was a
as you know, the former Club for Family Night supper highlight the social activities on i i
KATHLEEN COFFEY . ROB- "1. . It was nice seeing MR and I Tuesday from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. at laneous shower at her home on
ERT COFFEY JR.. mining engineer MRS RICHARD B. HARE again Holiday Events Scheduled Tuesday At ColiseumCentral Nuptials Set i the Coliseum. :Many parties are I N. Westmoreland Dr. to honor
Is also here, having flown for their visits here are all too being planned in connection Miss Jean DeLoach. whose mar.
up from South America wherehe infrequent They're of Meridian, Scheduled with the dance, among them being riage to Bob W Kendrick will
has been inspecting some ;, Miss., and they're visiting their Florida RepresentativesTo TuesdayThe a breakfast which the Sigma ;, take place Tuesday at 3 p.m. at
mines for his father.ANNELLE I Chi's and their guests will enjoy I the First Methodist Church.
son and daughter-in-law, \\ ALI Members of the Officers' Club, Be Presented at Gala Ball First Church will
Baptist It will
dance. :
following the
r> o o I TON and MARGARET McJOR- With the honoree were included -
PERRY got in yesterday !I DAN . They'll be at the Orange Orlando Air Base!;' may enjoy i be the scene of a brilliant wed- be held at Harper's Restaurant her mother, Mrs. F. J. De-
The Inter Fraternity Dance,> The dance will be held from 9
Christmas dinner at the club in Winter Park, and members'may
and the Mmes. G. M.
from Stephens College Court for two weeks . ding Tuesday night when Miss Loach,
Columbia Mo.. and will be here GRETCHEN SCHWIND was from 12 noon to 8.30: p. m. at the Tuesday night at the Coliseumwill I p.m. to 1 a.m., with the Stetson Carolyn Rich, daughter of Mr. make reservations by calling ,Kendrick A. L. Yates Jr., Mike

for the holidays with her par- '!there with her daughter, MAR- >club on Thursday. Reservations I not only inaugurate the departure Hatters furnished the music. Dolores and Mrs. E. G. Rich, becomes' either Bill Buning or John''Lyons. Robert Still, Paul
ents, MR. and MRS. RUFUS NEY GALE, and her aunt, MISS 1 for dinner must be made by calling from the usual order of at the Hammond Organ will I Black. ,Schacht Harold DeLoach. William
.J"ERRY . Also at the Perry :, CAREY, who is here from Chicago -: each fraternity giving its own furnish background music of the bride of Robert B. Trumbo, The Officers' Club Orlando Ingram Willox, H. P.
.ousehold will be their other for a couple of months . CoL Vance Murphy at the Christmas dance but will feature each fraternity's song as its : son of Mr. and Mrs. Silas B. Air Base, will be the scene oil:Smith; the Misses Kathryn Gray
club. I II II Ii Trumbo. The will take. the dance by the i
wedding being given
daughter DOROTHY and her EBB.X CRANK was there with the introduction of 14 queens queen is presented : Marie Haverfield, Jean Wagoner
husband, WARREN TILLER. . daughter, NANCY, who is home i I Another holiday event at the !I IOfficers' chosen by the various fraterni-- A highlight of the Yule holidays place at 8 p.m., with Dr. J. Pow- Central Florida Panhellenic !Margaret Bailey Lee McMillan,
latter is!' a student at the from Knox School ell Tucker officiating. The program Assn. on Friday from 9 p.m. to Dorothy Railsback Barbara
the!: Cooperstown, Club will be the part :, the dance will be attended
Voiversity of Florida. . ties.This of nuptial music will be 1 a.m. The affair will be held ;:Rinker, Betty Carol :Medlock.
Y., for the is
IN. holidays Also the OAB Women's Club is I the first year the Cen- by active and alumni of the''
1- n o n were PATTIE and TYN giY- tral Florida fraternity various fraternities and their given by Virginia Carter, soloist on the Esplanade if weather per- :Nelda Wolfe Elinor Voorhis,
The is ing Dec. 28 from 5 to 7 p. m. Invitations groups Mrs. Carl Miller will be matron mits. An invitation exchange Martha DeLoach,
Florida Rank justly COBB JR. and TYN COBB SR, have consolidated to give a holi--. friends from all over Central I Betty Byrd
proud of its beautiful Christmas the HOLLIS INGRAM family, have been issued for day ball Several of the fratern- Florida. The dance committee i of honor and :Miss Peggy Teague committee has been organized i I Beverly Williams. Vivian Scott.
decorations, and so, for the benefit the GORDON G1FFORDS the this affair. I ities have planned cocktail parties includes Raymer Maguire Jr., Winter Park, will be maid of consisting f of Mrs. Arthur T.Long Alice Hill. Frances McCalL and
of those who havl>n't had an FRANK GRAYS THELMA and |: Next Saturday night there will ,, before the dance or break- chairman; Larry Condict, secre : honor. Bridesmaids win include I I Margaret Phipps.
opportunity to view them, they'llbe -STEB" the JOHN Mrs. Charles M. Potter Miss of Columbus 0., and :Miss
STEBBINS be the regular weekly Informal fasts to be held following the tary; Elmer Atkins, finance; Jim ,
open on Monday and Tuesday BENNETTS the ART YER- ;,; gala affair.In I| Rowe, publicity; Joel Wells, invitations I Margaret Baugh, Mrs Daniel De- j Olive Baugh of Bainbridge Ga. : DELOXGSRRlnXG
night from 7:30: to 930: o'clock ,GEYS and the J. ROLFE DA- dance from 9 p. m. to 1 a. m. |!I addition to the young debutantes -1 ; Robert Scott decorations -I I Phillip Igou will be best I Mr. and Mrs. B. K. DeLong and
No business, you understand VISES.. Last night members of the club pictured here, Mrs. ; Clarence Burton, door and : Bldg ATO Bob Heasley 1636 S. man and ushers and grooms little son, Danny, are arriving
just for the purpose of O na x !and their guests enjoyed a forImal George H. Kittredge Jr., whose reservations. |I Delaney St.; SC Bill Buning, men are Ensign Ed Atkinson. today from Columbus 0., where
letting the public see how fes- I They both looked darling when dance at the Officers' Club, I husband is a medical student at Alumni and guests who received -I phone 8361; KA Jimmy King, James Wheeler Charles M. Potter Mr. DeLong was graduated Friday
tive banking rooms can be! [ they boarded the plane Friday 1 for which the noted orchestra of I Tulane University, will represent -I invitations may make''' Judge Victor Hutchins office; I William Brooks of Atlanta from Ohio State University.Mrs. .
non !i. . That is!' EMMA GRACE Henry Bussey furnished the I the Sigma Nu fraternity at table reservations by calling any CP Roger Barker 2-3626; PKTA. Ga-, Gene Rich, Raymer MaguireJr. DeLong is the former Theta
ROSE and GEORGE KIT- KUNTZ FLORENCE HUBER music.! ''I the dance. All of the queens selected of the following fraternity mem- E. Karst, 7579;TK Wesley Fly, Bennett Dominick and Ar- Browne of this city, and she will
TREDGE and their two charming who were bound for Charleston Friday afternoon members of are from Orlando. with the bers; K. S. Harold V. Condict, 9821; PKP Albert Carter Jr.. 12 thur Jones Jr.Immediately. be a bridal attendant in the forth-
little girls. GEORGIANA and S. C, where they attended the OAB post sponsored a party exception of Miss Moore and 37 E. Central A\e.* PLP Stanley S. Main St; SN Bill Pittman, following the coming Rich-Trumbo wedding:
LINDA, are getting: in this weekend the Christmas dances at the for their children at the Base Miss Robinson, who are from Becker. 117 E. Copeland; LCA 6663; BTP Wayne G. Cooper ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Rich are During their stay here they will
from New Orleans to spend Theater. Mrs. Homer 1... Sanderswas Clearwater, and Miss Conwayand Bill McGuire, Winter Park; SAE 8188; SPE Robert R Scott Route entertaining with a reception. at be houseguests of Mrs. DeLong1
Christmas with George's par i Continued I on Page Z-C, CoL Z] in charge of the party. Miss Kerr both of Apopka. W W. Arnold Florida Bank 1, Box 26. ,I the Sorosi HOUM. I nother, Mrt C. P. Brown


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Page 2-C Orlando, Florida, December 21, 1947 ,

At Delaney tF Married Saturday AfternoonNuptials 'Mr. Trumbo

Kaley P-TA Tea Table P-TA Meeting Take Place in Knowles Chapel Honor GuestsMr.

ChristmasProgram I The Christmas program of the Followed by Reception at Bride's HomeOne and Mrs. J. Thomas Gurney -

ChatterContinued Delaney P-TA was presented at of the most beautiful wed- ., hof and Reedy H. Talton of New entertained Friday night at
HeldThe :the December meeting held in their home in Spring Lake Ter
of the
dings season took York City; Jack McCall and EarlQ.
the school auditorium on Thurs- with an after dinner coffee give.
afternoon I
December meeting of the place Saturday at Tyler. j
[ from Page 1-CJ day evening. 1' in honor of Miss Rk
I> Carolyn
Kaley P-TA was held Thursday Knowles Memorial Chapel when ] Mrs. Harris, mother of the
Mrs."E. L. Brewton, president
evening in the school auditor- Citadel . Emma Grace wenton presided. The meeting was call- a Miss Flora Harris, daughter of bride, wore a gown of grey crepe, and Robert Trumbo, whose wed.

ium. Mrs. C. H. Langston vice- '' CHARLES. RAYMONDO'Sbid ed to order by the presentationof Mr and Mrs John Harris of 724 the bodice featuring a deep V ding will take place Tuesday

president, who presided in the [he's of Asheville RICHMOND, N. C-I] andFlorence's the Flag, followed by TheLord' Bonita Dr Winter Park becamethe design embellished with silver night at 8 p.m. at the First Baptist -

date was Prayer. The room count bride of John Eric Twacht- Church.Decorations.
basence of Mrs. D. R- Mansolo I DORCH of Jacksonville. They're bugle beads. Her hat was of pink
I was taken and Mrs. Lawson's 6th man, son of Mrs. Anderson in
called the meeting to order and I returning feathers and tulle and her corsage -!j, the living room
i'At.n grade room had the largest num- h- Twachtman Winter Park and
was a orchid. Mrs. of and red chrysanthemums
o purple were poinsettias
after the devotional a short business ber of parents present Dr Eric Twachtman of Cincin- ,
I HARRY II. Twachtman, mother of the
meeting was held. DR. and MRS. The primary grades directedby nati, O lie is the grandson of and white gladioli
bridegroom, chose of
FERRAN and daughter, Miss Marie Hershey pianist, __ h Mrs. William F. Anderson and a gown and the coffee table was centered
It was decided to purchase two RY, of Nashville Tenn., are ar- magenta crepe trimmed
L. Gulliver the late William F. Anderson
and Mrs. L. principalof r Bishop with an arrangement of white
electric drinking fountains and with matching The skirt
riving by car tonight to be guests sequins.
Delaney school, and assistedby who, following his retirement
have them installed during the I over Christmas of Mrs. Ferran'smother was made with draped effect at flow ers.
the teachers, presented the as active bishop, made '
Christmas holidays I I MRS. RED MILLER. The Legend of the his home in Winter Park. < one side, and slit in front. Her Guests with Miss Rich and her
Mrs. Harris room won the attendance I Later in the holidays they will Snow Man. According to an old The chancel of the chapel was hat was of magenta flowers and fiance included Mr. and Mr >t

prize with 29 parents J visit at the home of Dr. Ferran's legend the Snow Man will cometo massed with silvered; Christmas tulle and her corsage was. of G.. Rich, Mr. and Mrs S iI$
present.A mother, MRS. C. L. FERRAN, white camellias. Trumbo. Mr and Mrs Philip l
Whole'World' life for a few minutes before trees, and altar vases held arrangements I
play entitled "The lou, Mr. and Mrs Carl
Park lake Circle. Miller
midnight if a child does a good of white chrysanthemums HOMEFollowing ':
Christmas Tree" was noo! I Mr. and Mrs. Charles M Potter
presented by the pupils from the I BOBBY BRANCH, son of MR. deed on Christmas Eve. John and white gladioli The the ceremony Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bower Mr
Carrol, a very selfish boy, did not program of wedding music was and Mrs. Harris entertained witha
fourth fifth and sixth grades. and MRS. W. S. BRANCH has t and Mrs. Harold Kre'tsIr! and
The play showed two American i I made the dean's list at U. of Va. believe this story, but Mary his given by Edward Langley, soloist reception at their home which Mrs. Tim B. Merrill.\.
wished might' sweet sister, thought there mightbe ,, and Herman Siewert, chapel was beautifully decorated with
children who they His family is bursting with pride I Mr. and Mrs. Horace Jacobs "A
visit other countries and see how' because this versatile Sigma Nu some truth in it. The operetta organist Christmas greens. The bride's Mr. and Mrs. Robert MacLesn:
enacted how the Old Snow The Rev. James L. Duncan
foreign children observed Christ has been pledged to Alpha Phi table was centered with a tiered ;, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Erb, Mr
mas. Children from many nations Sigma, chemical engineering fraternity :Man brought about a change of rector of All Saints Episcopal wedding cake flanked with candies and Mrs. Walter Dun Jr Mr

appeared before them He arrived home Saturday -' heart in selfish John and made J Church in Winter Park, officiated and surrounded with white and Mrs. J. Walter Hall. also the
dressed in their native costumes ]I in the new car the family everybody happy even the poor at the double ring ceremony, ,'' poinsettias. A huge Christmastree Siisaes: Jessie Johnson Peggy

and told how they celebrated in him for his birthday. little news boy. and the traditional Rollins bless- '! stood in one corner: of the Teague, Harriet Sipple. Mary
their respective lands. gave Cast of leading characters was ing was bestowed by Dr. Hamil- living room where the wedding Ann Hitch, Martha Anp Maguire
Eidson will also be home
A chorus of us boys and girls I from George the U of Va. I II as follows: Ronnie Austin, Joe ton Holt, president of Rqllins party received guests. ,. Margaret Baugh, Olive Rich of
under the' direction of Mrs. Car. Baker, Eugene McLin\ Robbie College. Assisting Mrs. Harris in enter Bainhridge, Ga.

ter the music supervisor, sang I I I i Kipp, and Paula Fleming.The iEIt IX LIBERTY SATIN taining were the Mmes. Edward | Julian Dominick. Gene Rich,

carols, representative of each Open Ai14School other features In the op 3'r The bride, given in marriageby Jones of Orlando, Edwin Acree, I Dr. Roland Hotard Jr., Raymer
eretta were the snow men, snowball !
country. i I : her father, was lovely in a Winter Park, Parker Banzhofand Maguire Jr., Arthur Jones Jr.,
Characters'in the play were as I| pixies, tin soldiers, snow- wedding gown of Liberty satin Reedy H. Talton of New 1 Bennett Dominick, Louis Castor,

follows: Bobby Blakey, Anna ) Holds flake sprites, and Christmas fashioned on period lines with York; Paul l Twachtman, Cincin- J. Thomas Gurney Jr.

belle Donahue Jean Abbott, Toby j imps, all wearing very effective __ deep panniers at each side of theskirt. nati, O, David Frazier, Earle Q. I
Turner Ronnie West. Bobby J I I costumes. Between the acts the which ended in a train. Tyler, of Winter Park, and the

Melton, Brooks Callaway, Norman -'! Holiday Party I Second Grade Rhythm Band The softly draped bodice featured Misses Nancy Neide and Sally ; AnniversaryCelebrated
dressed alike in red and
Hirsch, Mary Maddox. Bob- Wing of Winter Park.
Open Air School of Mrs. Erna white uniforms.The : a bertha neckline of rose-1 i
by Kieser Royce Ellingsworth, Upon returning from their
Achenbach entertained the point lace. and she wore long
parents carol of the fifth b
Charles Keith Richard Anderson wedding the State Mr. :
a trip in ,
white kid Her heirloom
school gloves.
of the : I
nursery pre-
,, and sixth grades also sang between
Ronald Banks Beth Rising Twachtman and his bride will
Sue'' kindergarten, and first grade acts. veil) of Brussells lace worn by i Mrand Mrs. E. Z. Bush of 1427E.
er, Marjorie Yates Peggy make their home in Winter Park.
fourteen brides
of in the Twacht--
with a Christmas program t ,
McLemore Martha Jo Carr, Carol | For traveling Mrs. Twachtmanwore Gore Ave. celebrated their
carols, rhythm band numbers, I man family, fell from a wreath ;,
Inman. Carl Spongberg, and a smart suit of resort blue 40th
recitals and impromptu plays on ScheduleThis c., of orange blossoms. It was train-1 I wedding anniversary Thurs
Dickie McKinney. I Thursday and Friday of this length and was gathered into a gabardine with matching hat and ," day with a turkey dinner party

Baby lamb which Americans week. a'roar a cap effect. She carried a white black white accessories orchids. and a sprayof for their family and a few <5Jk02
took book with of white
The following children prayer spray
term Persian is the real black Out of town guests for the wed friends.
part: Jaqueline Cook, Susan orchids tied with a shower of
sheep. Black as night when it is ding included Mr. and Mrs. Ree- Their home was decorated
Mathers Anderson, Jim narrow white satin ribbon.
born Us close hair which first appears -I Steve St. Luke'sSchedule i dy H. Talton and Mr. and Mrs. with Christmas tree and flowers.Mr. .
in moire markings soon my Purdom, Maury Boyd )hlHTKU MATRON OF HONOR
Annette Hill Steve .Banzhof of New York and Mrs. Bush have resided -

grows into tight curls. i I Steck Scudder Gresham, Ronny | this week at the : _,,_ '..___..__o',_,____ ___ Mrs. Theodore Reed. sister of' City; Mr. and Mrs. James Mur- here for the past 20 years
Beverly ,
Scudder, Hal Knowles, Russell Cathedral Church of St. Luke the bride, was matron of honor, ray Walker of Atlanta, Ga., Mr. I coming from Quitman, Ga. With
I Hall [Episcopal), corner Main and MRS. JOHN ERIC TWACHTMAN wearing a period gown of ever and Mrs. Erl Armitage Baberof i I them on their anniversary were
Ward Sheila Clark, Jan ,
Sandra Meadows. Jimmy Cleve- Jefferson Sts. is as follows: . her marriage announced today. green changeable taffeta. The Cincinnati 0., Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Charles Sturges,
Wilkins Beldon' Weekdays: 8 a.m., the Hoy Communion - --- -- 'bodice featured a tiny standing Douglas Bills. Palm Beach; William Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Loveless and
Whistling land Becky ,
[except Thursday-see collar. and self-covered buttons F. Anderson 2d, Nashville, son, Jack Loveless, Mr. and Mrs.
Lane, Ellen Douglas, Craig Harris .
Christmas Day services). Music And Dance extended to the waistline. The Tenn.. and Mr and Mrs Philip George Sturges and Mr. and Mrs.
Kinny Copley, Nancy Hiegel, Program
I Oyster Monday: [St. Thomas Apostle
Richard Winslow, Teddy Reed, very full skirt wad! fashioned M. Reed, Chelmsford, Mass. I R N. Seymour.
] 10 a.m. the Holy Communion
with bustle back Her tudor-
Sharon Smith Sharon Stuart, 330430: : kindergartenat Scheduled Month
Notes Joh Zorian Carole Ann Brosen, ; pm. Here Next \ style headdress was of matching
Cathedral School 4:40-6
; : p.m. taffeta
trimmed with
pink ostrich
Foster Charles Rosen-
Ronny ,
Junior Acolytes Christmas Party Two artistic organizations will I feldt Billy Durrenberger, Pat '
at home of Mrs. Wm. E. Jonker,
Carson. join together Friday, Jan. 9, at given performances in Cocoa, She carried a nosegay of pink B
1016 Park
Delaney Dr. 730
; pm. and white
1'8 Also Ann Pharr, Kenneth full Cathedral Choir rehearsal; the Memorial Junior High School Sanford and St. Petersburg but roses. EAR y
I Best man was the bride
It's Not Too Lat Brown, Freddy Clark, Cindy Zell- 7:30: p.m. rehearsal for Acolytes auditorium to give their first this is the first joint performance groom's brother, Paul Twacht

To Do Your Shopping ner, David Smith, Ann Taylor, participating in Christmas Eve joint performance of music and of the two organizationsand man of Cincinnati, and ushers included
Roger Strosnider, Nancy Swart- 1a MERRYCHRISTMAS
Midnight Eucharist [with the
We have plenty of good new out, Richard Thompson, David choir). dance, it was announced today it is anticipated with great Douglas Bills of Palm .

things for late shoppers. Reorders ,Bledsoe Gee Gee Wattles, Ronny Tuesday: 4-5 p.m. nursery by Dr. Gustave Ronfort, conductor expectation.The Reach, Ed Acree, William Anderson i L \

on some of our very Jernigan, Ruth Ann Brown, Christmas Party at Cathedral of the Orlando Civic Orches-' Orlanrlo Civic Orchestrawas 2rl, of Nashville. Tenn.; a } # )

best things arrived only this : Hugh Hairston, Patty Dial, Dick School; 5 p.m. the Order of Con- tra and C. L. Ehsen, impresario also organized three seasons Edward Jones Jr., Parker BanzMrs. -

week. Cannon Faith Christensen, Judy firmation to be administered to of the Central Florida Ballet Co. :|ago and is composed of 35 members -I I II

Such as-fine lingerie, really Johnson, Carol Cambron, AI a class of candidates by Bishop Three years ago, at a meetingof { 10 of whom belonged to FROM
good card tables, inexpensive I West, Steve Phillips, Dexter Coff- Wing in the Cathedral I Florida dancing teachers, Mr. I the old Central Florida Symphony I Ellis I

lamps, exceptionally beautiful man, Frances Taylor Jean Hol- Wednesday: [Christmas Eye] Ehsen introduced the idea to create Orchestra. Dr. Ronfort the !
boxes of stationery, fine ler, Susan Williams, Libby Gen 11 p.m. Organ music [preceding a ballet company as an outlet I conductor, was formerly conductor EntertainsScout ALLOF

little occasional tables, exquisite tile Jody Fant, Claire Stanton, Christmas Eve service]; U30: for local talent. Since then the I I of the Edison Symphony Or- j c
handkerchiefs from Brenda Britt, Kathleen Stone, p.m. Christmas Eve Midnight II I chestra in Chicago and has appeared OFUS

fifty cents to seventeen dollars Sherri Harrison Beverly Motsh- Eucharist. on many radio programs. Troop i i

each Miriam Haskell and 'man, Sandra Buck, Hugh Lucas Thursday: [Christmas Day) 9 Tots I He at one time, played the first
Jensen jewelry. Mark Cross Charlie Ennis, Billy Verigan, Su- a.m. The Holy Communion; 11 Nursery French horn in the Boston Symphony Members of Girl Scout Troop .

purses Churchill scarfs and san Wynn, Barbara Cashion, a.m. the Holy Communionsermon Orchestra. No 30 enjoyed a Christmas party late Shoppers con

blankets. Cindy Dolls and our Bruce Cashion, Linda Lee, Joanne by the Rt. Rev. John D. Enjoy Party | Stewart Martin' serves as concert Friday at the home of their '
specially priced other dolls at Richards, Coleman Holt. Wing, D.D., LLD. Bishop of the master for the group of Orlando I leader, :Mrs William Ellis, on make the minutes i
Patsy Waite Gene Howden and Diocese of South Florida. I and Winter Park musicians Lakeshore Dr.
half-price [best bargain we Mrs. R. Corbeau and Mrs. count by taking their list
ever offered, I these Bunny Norman. I Friday: [rst. Stephen martyr): T. R. Sauls were hostesses at a which includes many pro Gifts were exchanged aroundthe
dolls have guess as I 10 a.m. the Holy Communion; Christmas party Saturday at the fessional performers. Mrs. William Christmas tree, and it was to Ruth Covingtort's One
their boxes]never, out of Birthday Luncheon 730: p.m. full Cathedral Choir I Tiny Tot Nursery, 319 E. Rollins Royal, former soloist with I agreed that the troop will sing of
in carols the Christmas Shop. Such a wonderful variety
At Officers Club rehearsal \ve. The children enjoyed pony professional dancing troupes at Orange Memorial Stop
Saturday: [1St. John, evangelist] and around Philadelphia and at Hospital children's ward Christ
Gifts for Men rides and games.:: Gifts were exchanged I display-you're sure to make a hit! Asa
that Sandra Kane, daughter of Lt. 10 a.m. the Holy Communion; 4- ,: around the Christmastree. present a dancing instructor at mas Eve. lovely gifts on
Col. and Mrs. Nicholas Kane 5pm. Church School Christmas' the Eb&en School of Dancing, is Mrs. Ellis was assisted in en- s"ggestion-consider fine stationery. There's a wide

W. Guarantee to Pleas celebrated her birthday Saturdayat party at Cathedral School The following : were present|choreographer and soloist with tertaining by Mrs. J. George,

Barometers [wide assort- a luncheon at the Officers' I Dianne Lesser, Gale Cannon, :the ballet company. Another i troop committee mother. price range and a "just perfect" box for each person.

ment and very good) Mark Club. I When children's shoe laces I Donella Waller, Richard Pater- ,choreographer is Mrs. P. H. Tep- I Scouts present were Ann Ly-

Cross billfolds Passport cases, Guests included: the Misses lose their tips, twist the ends, dip son, Frank Weise, Linda Nowell, 'sic, dancing teacher of Sanford, les, Ann Page, Judy George, All Ruth Covinofon
Book ends, Fitted cases Desk Janet Glaser, Eleanor Rheba, : themin clear nail polish and let Wyatt Stacey, Sharon Jean who is an exponent of the Mord-- Doris Kribbs, Barbara Ann Martin -

blotters\ [executive size], En- Connie Sanders, Nina Ellen Weiner I them dry. The same' dip can he Rodgers. Skipper Click, Sandra i kin Russia Ballet School tech- Helen Austin, Shirley Buchanan e Cards Stationery Gifts
gagement books Auto com- Nancy Weiss, Beverly Kin- 'used to make a stiff tip for cordor Gail Lee Carolyn Dollar, Skippy'j nique and danced with the Sal. j Madelyn Foster, Cather- Greeting

passes. Bottle guards Whiskey kel, Phyllis Soowal, Toby Saton, heavy thread used in string Howlett, Mary Frances and Joey.maggi [Hippodrome] Opera Co. ine Barker and Ramelle Ellis. e Party Favors Fine Engravingfgfon
and Gail German. in New York
beads. City.
glasses Decanters, Smoking Cunha, Martha Ann Merritt, Per-
Statiars, Eddie Mason Ken Dancers from Orlando, San-
ry ,
stands. Cravats, and
handkerchiefs. One white style good neth Gilum, Carolyn Corbeau, ford and Winter Garden will take ANNOUNCING ,I I luIJz
from Switzerland Linda Sauls, Dianne Pilcher, part in the ballets and soloists CRYSTALS far all shape
at .
seventy- will be Mrs. Mrs. Alton
five Jane Bates, Suzanne Polhman, WATCHES
cents is
value. Devy Draper, Donna Gilum, Son- Duxbury of Sanford; Misses 1 HOUR SERVICE
CHRISTMAS SPARKLE ny Widdon, Mitchell Wilcox, I Mary Elizabeth Bethea and Pat EXPERT WATCH REPAIRING Orlando
The Silliest Toy yP Dale Cunningham, Judy Loyd, i ty Ann Jackson of Orlando; Miss BLOOK'S JEWELRY 35 East Pine Street
'June Howard of Winter Garden II W. Church 81
Allen Rosecrans, Joy Viehman,
for lUck Mt Ml with tier |/
Miss Gretchen Kirchhoff of San-
Carol Mae and Louie McDade. --
Child or Adult sKSat MUIM dot / I ford. ,

and! that's just what we meana flimntr Mks 4/:v Iryr? Coliseum Scene for Gala I
perfectly ridiculous affair Mrs. Turner )Mrs. Cato II

that fascinates every one who COL CHAPMAN Celebration Dec. 31 I Are Bridge Hostesses I
sees it, regardless of age. Thisis
the Juggle-Head-a basic eriei.SL The annual New Year's Dance I Mrs. R L. Turner and Mrs. T.

face with an assortment of at the Coliseum will feature C. Cato were joint hostesses at

ears, noses mouths etc., that V c < Julian McInnes and his 17 piece'a bridge luncheon Thursday,
fi I II
Stetson University Orchestra 'I held at Mrs. Turner's home.
by in countless
magnet .'.,,..
variations. $2.25. This is our Dolores at the organ, a sensational Guests included: The Mmes
third large shipment I yi floor show, and many other'' Blanche Slauson, Jessie Wellerof
celebration attractions. Waverley, N. Y., C. Hopps,
Xo On. Ktrr These annual dance activities, Virgil Wark, Ruby Gallagher, B.

Buys Enough 4 have proved highly successful B. Trellis, A. E. Wollam, Ker-
H \ and enjoyable in the past so mit Wollam. Keith Holloway,
Christmas Cardsso NII with these entertainers, this year' Ed Little, E. C. White and W

we have reserved some par- will be no exception. I G. Smith.uuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu $29.95

ticularly good at all
ones u _: taet : aaaxtaufit
prices to help you out. It's a II IA
funny thing but often it's not

until we receive a card our- a RR AMERICAN FLYER Scale Model Freight
selves that we remember one Merry Christmas
of our best old friends. You tI I
have to han
a specially good 1
card for such people, don't W 4 fi 1i
i thrill for that of than
you? We have them. There can be no greater boy yours

I xi + i ia to find an electric train beneath his tree on Christmas morn-

Have You Enough . I ing. It's once in a lifetime-never to be forgotten!

Edwin P. Jones Sara M. Jones x 'I Train illustrated puffs real smoke and makes realistic.

Tags ,, x.. ii' train noises. Other fine trains $14.95 to $42.50.
Ribbon \te 4dpi \ ;

WrappingsPlace Candles 1iS = I See our stock of toys for Girls and Boys-5c: to $55.

Musical l Cards Trees = In spite of the best season we have = I -

Good DecorationsFor ever experienced, we have been for- R

\\e tunate in receiving replacements of, R ,; .

A = much new, attractive merchandise this R I II


NOTE- : WE SHALL BE 214 N. 9 P. M.



See JYae Hotel 1119. \ (TRADE MARK t
Joy Hawley Helen Ryan J) J
Free parking In the Rear I d R

n w -'

Fete Miss Millard\ Orlando, Florida, December 21, 1947 hr 'unbau &mtittft-&tar Telephones: 4161 or 3-1681 Page 3-C On Patio from 120 North Orange & 35 West WashingtonThe

) B'nai B'rith Giving

Prior To Wedding Wednesday The Ostas Shower TomorrowThe Whistling Oyster

immediately following at To Perform B'nai B'rith Women's
Miss Maryan Rising, daughterof ception Auxiliary is holding a shower "
and this week
Mr. and Mrs. B. Ward RisingJr. the Officers' Club in tomorrow at 2 p.m. at the homeof Wedding Presents
several parties are planned
., of Maitland, Is entertaining her honor. ; Here AgainRollins :Mrs. Barney Cohen, 1003 E.

today at 5 p.m. with a Christmas Monday Mrs. S. C. Stark of Atlanta a Concord Ave., for the purpose of Christmas Gifts
assembling articles to send the .
College Inter-American|
party in honor of Miss Darleen the former Judy Johnson,
at the Florida State
. Center will present Emilio and ,145 veterans
Millard and her fiance, Herbert who is here for the wedding, and I
Teresita Osta in a recital of 1 Tuberculosis ANY that
J. Winn, who arrived here yes I her mother, Mrs. Cortlandt John- Spanish music and dance at the I This work is being done in co- matters
California. will be joint hostesses at a
from son
terday with the Orange County -
Winter Park High School audi ,operation
and that night Miss
here from boarding luncheon,
Rising of the American Red
torium, Prof. Angela Palomo Chapter RECEIVED THIS WEEK
school in Palm Beach, and Jan Rollison is entertaining witha : Juggle-Head Toy
she has invited a group of the I cocktail party to honor the K9? Campbell announced., director of Casa Iberia, I Cross.Members should bring small Wedgwood Dinner Services Spode Plates

younger They will set be for joined this later afternoon.in the bride-elect Millard will Tuesday entertain noon with Miss a I The Ostas, brother and sister :candy personal, salted articles peanuts, such, as playing hard Perfume Mark Cross Purses Marghab Linen

the Officers' Club in who were highly acclaimed in Cards Etc.
evening by a group of friends of luncheon at card, etc.productions. Fine Christmas ,
their initial here in
Mr.and Mrs. Rising. honor of her wedding attendants. performance
Miss Millard's wedding will I The rehearsal dinner party :November of 1946, will be featured as "Girl From the
take place Wednesday at 8 p.m. will be given Tuesday night at : in a return engagementJan. :Golden West" and "Tropical The largest stock of fine china & crystal in the city.
at the All Saints Episcopal I the Officers' Club by CoL and 7, at 8:15: p.m. I Holiday."
Church, Winter Park, with a re Mrs. Warren R. Winn. I I Emilio, hailed by critics In I
:North and South America as a
4 virtuoso in his own right, received -
his formal training as a I
jJ pianist at the hands of Josef

131 N. ORANGE AVE. ft Gyula Lhevinne Ormay, Leopold and Albert Godowsky Jonas., I .

xa: To this he added his talents as WHITE linen Handkerchiefs,
L&ut a composer and a love of His- 1.00. Fancy ones 50c-1.00. Hemstitched
panic music which led him to sheer Nainsook Hand
:Q: \years: of travel and study In I kerchiefs 3.50 dozen. The Gift

other American republics, wherehe Supreme.
Christmas is sooner than you think collected many little-known 'I

examples of Indian and Spanish
American folk music. i

Teresita, equally talented In a TtT2. SOCkS
NYLONSSILAGE her chosen field: studied with I e$ hnkle, oE'31
c !
the Cansinos and other mastersof d o'l.t gs Mks &t.tl
Spanish classical dancing in'04 '?\s\\.e c"'n.eC P
Mexico City. She is as well t.1t "So\\ s\tWe:,,c,AO. 1.5Q 8l11c. tol1g a red

[known to movie fans as to concert \\1' \3-\c'j..IJ'V"t3-"io r' GIVE him a Suit! Then we will 1t-0nI--, l'qOcks,
HOSE ______..______......__._$2.25 V F I performances goers for in in the addition HollywoodBowl to 5?;\ co ; fit it correctly after Christmas. y0a.s : .
,\ Biltmore 39.50 up; Michael-Stern
and St Louis Municipal!
54-GAUGE SUPER SHEER _.._.____$2.50 MISS JUANITA UNDERWOOD Opera, she has appeared in such 15. up; Midishade 55.

. whose engagement to Robert Alden Williams is an- I
Sizes 8 to 10% nounced today by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Underwood.Mr. } rlascre r.cr.cr.c ac-rcxxc

Williams is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Williams, also I 25% REDUCTION : \t\. ORE
ALL THE NEW DARK TONES of Orlando. The wedding will take place in the early Spring at I jj On AU Glassware and Antiques te e1 w oO\. foi.' S ShL

the First Methodist Church. Both Miss Underwood and her a The Smart Gift Shop g bell-c sit tl'jp'l'8. Pill l'ts-1 rr :--IJ.t. reSVO .
Charge Accounts InvitedClearance fiance are graduates of Orlando Senior High School. I J? Cor. South St. and Orange Ave. JjK \t.( all S"I.tott CO eB:. or sOlid
Phone J-J112 ., F
'rrrxdrrrrr.Ysrrrt:>:' 'f.1 QO. TUXEDO Shirts &50. Formal 9tIu/q1'

Club Alumnae MidnightService g9.7 Tie Sets for Tuxedo or Dinner

Jacket, 250.

Giving Dance Furniture


I 309 Fairbanks Ave. -:- Winter Park
Sale I Luke's Episcopal Cathedralwill Open Monday Evening
Alumnae of the Sub Deb Club

I of Orlando will sponsor a semi-I observe Christmas Eve, Dec I'

formal dance at the Colonialtown 24, as usual in proclaiming the'
ofCostume birthday of the Christ-Child witha DOWNTOWN N. FJ1llotbier
Women's Club Ferncreek Ave.
on I half hour of organ preludes Located on the Patio
Monday from 8 to 11 p. m. commencing at 11 p.m. with Ar: Reached I
From 120 N. pran,. and
JewelryJUST The Mellotone Orchestra will thur E. R. Jones organist and I 35 West Washington St. Ave.
206 Orange
furnish music, and a floor show I choir director. at the console accompanied OWL BOOK SHOP j
at the grand piano
will be presented by members of
by Mrs. C. Earnest Willard, assistant -
the high school set
I Chairman of the dance committee -
IN TIME FOR CHRISTMAS is Miss Billy Hahn, with At 11'30 p.m. the ChristmasEve

Miss Betty Michael as vice chairman I Midnight Eucharist will be .
I Sponsors include Bobby celebrated in the Cathedral edi j "

Knight, Dan Lamos, Stewart ficeheralded with a festive processional 2..oH
Courtney, Bray, and Warren i up the broad main aisle I
I Watson.Mr. with the full Cathedral Choir .__
and Mrs. G. E. Snow Mrs. I acolytes and clergy. Special music '
L. B. Michael and Mr. and Mrs. for this occasion will be ren t P\\ #
Albert Curry will be chaperonesfor dered by the choir and the .
/2 OFF the dance. beautiful Communion Service IE tt.llIrJ: ='
I the key of F by Berthold Tours g t.'li t.-

Birth AnnouncementsMaj. will service.form a part of this choral ; 6f{1o .

and Mrs. L. T. Bryan Jr. \ -o-/ -
are announcing the birth of a Again on Christmas Day a celebration
Howard, Dec 17, of the Holy Communion
son, Thomas on I \L
Pins Necklaces at Orange Memorial HospitalMaj. I will be at 9 a.m. followed later aw
by another celebration of the
Bryan, who is stationed at
Quantico, Va., attending the Marine i Holy Communion at 11 a.m. when and what woman wouldn't
lBracelets, Earrings Command School, arrived ,the Rt. Rev. John D. Wing, D.D.,,
will Bishop of the Diocese of South !
Sunday ;
here by plane 1 love one of these luxurious
be here for the holidays with 'Florida will occupy the pulpit I
Mrs. Bryan' parents, Mr. and and give his Christmas messageto

Mrs. Thomas Gautier. the congregation Beauty Cases by Marie Earle
The Christmas Eve Is follows L
Lt and Mrs. H. H. Walker are i : program as if
announcing the birth of a son. ,Putormle (From Concerto VHP Corelll __ %
born Saturday, Dec. 13, at Madi--I Christmas Symphony (And Then WenShepherds (
Abiding in the Firld)
General Hospital, Tacoma, I
gan Bach arranged by
______ i
Mrs. Walker is the former Noel hn
Wash. __ ____ Koohlmai
Phantasy nn !
Wilson of Orlando. I ____
Joyce H.ndelAn ]
Joy to the World uUh
Maria __ _----_____--_ Schubert
FREE PARKING IN REAR 131 N. ORANGE AVE. be used as a I Arthur E. R Jones. Organist
Cornmeal may I tin' C. Earnest Willard. Asst. Organist
coating for fish to be fried. 11:30 P. M-THE HOLY COMMUNION
Processional Hymn 12-0 Come. All Ti I II
I i Faithful" Cantus Divers;
I Introit Hymn 117--Slni of ManPlymouth Collection

Th. Office of the Holy Communion (Communion -
Service In Key of F)

Oradnal Hymn 18--A Oreat Berthold and Miihtj Tours I -.
Mt. Dora Wonder (Verse 1. 2. and 4>
M. Praetorim

III Offertory Come Oesu Bambino Search Anthems for: the___Savior_nuu_____Manrotl.___ YOn; p
DorSALLY SHopMt. Communion Hymns:

DRESS 30 33---Of Silent! the Night Father's ins Lev Century_ Plalnsoni Gruebei ., 1 ,

I 37-Gentle Mary Laid Her Child Val plus

43-Away la a Manger _- Kirkpatrick _C1
45 Joseph Dearest Joseph Mine THI TRAIN' BOX .
v d dt
German Carol 14th Cent \\1
ReeaMlonal Hymn 27-Hark. The Herald Waterproof eeroptetie..J..fh tfr
Angela Bins --___nUU_ Mendelssohn ...=-
with MMrd wwfclde leethef"' ,Utted
I with traveler boils! beauty
BeauflM handbag la the sow long

END-OF-YEAR i SERVICE hope,fined whit Marie lads comport
Black or brown$59.50
rouge and Rptfict
Mew Accounts and Future /
: ::I 1 e
I Reservations Are Solicited
I Telephone 2-1177 ia
I t

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$6.95 ) I

Sizes 9 thru 44 including Ir Ii KiT
I I U su ton cowhide or dark
flt removable fined tray and u4rror.Sovu .
half sizes. to 29.50 $ 9.50 mil brow.rochyde,with lued
Regular $10 $ ..line flfflnfls. Santa cowhide .
.. ,de lux* grtes and gold 144 rox1RntaOs.
Iii CHINAMART THE .1121I. t' a*ere..a grocb-. ..$79 JO Ida pftu



s your Christmas shoppinc Hop ,
right in to Florida's lareeat CHINA
more gin Ideas than you've seen In '
1 years+nnil.., all prices tor an I .
Refunds No Exchanges No Lay-A-Ways homes. and everyone loves something I.
for the home.

Telephone I 5th Avenue at Donnelly Gift Wrapping PHARMACY

:' Mt. Dora 932 Opposite the Park J'l
Open Evenings Til Xmas!
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4-C ttbt fi-ratfcm tttittl-Btar' Telephones: 4161 or 3-1681 Orlando, Florida: December 21, 1947

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Ladies AidHas 1 j jt CHRISTMAS ? .I' n
T 6 y"b \

T : i/-
Annual R vq ., t ) .
c.l /i ri
Yule PartyThe . MILLINERY I '
; "
Trinity Lutheran Ladies 1 ..
< rr rt
Aid Society gave' its annual '

ginning Christmas with party a Thursday covered ,dish be- x r" ;z x w xt SALE : c : r .

luncheon, followed by a Christ- 1
mas program in which all mem-

bers and guests participated ..JJI"
singing Christmas carols and -t
giving readings. ; I
Those present were: The Rev. T
and Mrs. Albert Besalskl. Dr. ,
and Mrs. C. W. G. Eifrig and N MONDAY and TUESDAY only \\ .
the Mmes L. R Bowman Ralph ., :
Smith C K. Mole, T. R Raab, T '- -
-Carl Kunze, Hilda Vogt, E. Kling-I (

beil, P. Dermoeden. H. K. Rauch, ,,,_ ,_....., .,, ..... ,___ fr;
<<<'J': Elmer Niehaus. John Kiphuth I ciw-o"uSff..ptOfo;; ; : Knignt
Hugh Gangwish,Elsie Grantham FOUR GENERATIONS are shown above, with Mrs. Laura A. has five daughters, all living, ten grandchildren, and ten great- ft' ter

T Clara R Jonas Carlson, I.A.E.Poggenmueller Earl, Florence, Morris, who celebrated her 80th birthday, on the left with her I]!.' grandchildren. Mrs. Morris, formerly of Kansas City, Mo., has 500
Davis, Meta Daniels, E. W. Sims, daughter, Mrs. Charles Stuckie, and Mrs. C. A. Boxall and her 1. resided here for the past 20 years, and is now living with her
H. A. Ringler, it!. H. Kasper, Miss daughter, Patricia Boxall, age five and one-half. Mrs. Morris I daughter, Miss Jane Britton, at 311 Liberty St. ,
Inez Daniels, and Margie Cook,

Kenneth and Gerald Niehaus. Rosalind Club Plans Christmas I BPWC Plans I Gail Beasley .4Li

S -4 Open House, New Year Ball Annual PartyTomorrow I II Celebrates Hats regularly priced above 12.50! ,'; r

I The holiday season will be mittee are Mrs. D. E. Fishback, / 4att..
chairman, and Mrs. Louis Dolive, BirthdayGail t
highlighted by the Rosalind t
I II .
G y ,
vice-chairman and the Mmes.
.>?fY Clu6's annual New Year's Eve j I The Orlando Business and Professional -
; I IIR | Beasley, daughter of Mr.
.:r, Francis Lafon, R W. Kelley, A. r
ball, outstanding social event of .. Women's Club will hold Exciting new millinery especially priced for your i'
\ -i. I Bogue, Wilbur Tilden. j j I i and Mrs. Robert Beasley of Apop-
\ !the year; when a group of Rosa- I Mrs. Frank Smith is chairmanof its annual tree-trimming Christ- t ka, celebrated her fifth birthday rw
rl lind daughters make their bow the refreshment committee, mas party tomorrow at 7 p.m. at j I with a party Thursday afternoon Christmas giving! EveI'lady loves a hat. . and we have 'i .t
''to Orlando society. assisted by Mrs. Chesley Magru- ,
I the Day Nursery Home, W. I
at her home in Apopka.
,I Rosalind Another Club holiday is the event open for house the der.. W.vice-chairman Estes, Robert and Duckw the Mmes.V. orth.,
being planned for Christmas Day. Sidney Swope and Miss Mary Assisting Mrs. Lancaster will Mary Jo Grossenbacker, Sheila '
Mrs. Marcellus J. Moss\ president Branham. I be the Mmes. Kathleen Black- Tolbert, Patty Ann Porter, Kathy navy, wine, greens, and violets. .
: of the club, is inaugurating this Mrs. Linton Allen is chairmanof wood, Bertha Martin. Marguerite Ryan, John Grossenbacker, Anne
{affair and hopes that it will seta the entertainment committee I i Osenbach, Mabelle Cooper Ruth j Reasley, Jackie Sue Johnson,
olooxMad.l precedent of hospitality in the and is assisted by Mrs. \Y.Y.. Knauer, and Miss Hazel Os- Kay Walton Toby Ryan, Bar
(t) I years to come. Acting as hos- Yothers as vice-chairman, and bourne. hara Blackwilder, Threana Hard-
tesses on that day with Mrs. the Mmes. James J. Bettes, C. E. Members attending !should': 'wick, Fritz Hope, Kenney Gil All Sale* Final! I y-lb
.by lr. maker ef Moss will be the teacher mem- ham, Larry Beasley.
I Bradshaw, L. A. Blake and Hal-1 I bring gifts for a child at the nursery -
the Hammond Organ bers of Rosalind who are unableto ,dane Huckel. i and one ornament for the r t
attend the weekly functionsat I tree. An extra string of lights Storing aluminum utensils; ina icbum
the club. i<1! Vary the color in menu-making;will also be needed. I dry place is important, for this I
0- o _... The open house will be from se\eral colors which harmonize Following the tree-trimming, a helps prevent pitting. void I Salon 0
4 until 6 for Rosalind Millinery Street Floor.V
p.m. give utensils to
\ a more attractive course social hour with a special program stacking 0 prevent 11'I
members ana their families. than too much repetition of color. I will be enjojed. scratches and dentin I
"" 1 I'II I I +M I
o. .
0- l I|I Music for the annual New
"-4<-.. i Year's Ball on Dec. 31 will be I
furnished by Glenn Brown's or-
e I chestra. Dancing will start at Here for your Christmas givingHASSOCKS -
,,9 o'clock, and the formal pre-
: sentation of Rosalind daughterswill
take place at 10:30: p.m.I .
Your much fun when
pbno's more you SANTA SAYS
add th.amazing Solovox. I The reception committee includes
Simply attaches to your pianogivesth. : the following club officers I
.beautiful instrumental effects of molin ': : Mrs. Marcellus J. Moss,
cello, clarinet, trumpet and many president; Mrs.\ George Carter, ,
other instruments vice-president; Mrs. E. Harold (
Juit play the SoloTOz with your right Johnson, secretary; Mrs. LoomisC. \\
hand and piano accompaniment with !
your left.Wilt not mar the piano or affect Leedy, corresponding secretary i. -
the ton. ; Mrs. Coite W. Hill, treasurer . to delight the
Com in today to hear and play the Solo- ; Mrs. Paul Meredith assistant i .
TOX.Convenient terms if you with. treasurer. Give Her
Bring this od m for_free leueiion I The invitation. committee includes home-lover on Christmas morn!
the Solo...of Mrs. Arthur Park, chairman -
I I .
I and Mrs. Benjamin Abber-
ger, ice-chairman. and Mrs II I it
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Creek Students Enjoy Yule Parties I Orlando, Florida, December 21, 1947 Telephones: 4161 or 3-1681 _(tITt_flaxtasurtttlnrl-C! tttr Page_ 5-C I

Students of the 12 grades of Mmes.' Walter Smith B. M. ; I ; > THE
Fern Creek School enjoyed home Smith, John S. Gale, and E. R. : Baptist Class Holds C
room activities Thursday after I I Hathaway; third grade, the Civic Music Assn. Presenting tc tttt SMARTEST
noon when their respective home Mmes. J, F. Boyd, Bruce Thoma- I li1 Annual Banquet r
room mothers, all members of I son, Harold Salor, Harry Heath; 12The r- GIFT
the Fern Creek F-TA,entertainedwith fourth grade, the Mmes. O. H. ", first Piano Quartet Ian. I Business Women's Sunday .. i
parties and ,McGillies, Beulah Hewett, E. H. School Class of the First
programs. fintist Op 27 No. 2 OF ALL!
celebrated First Piano!Sonata quad nn Christmas
Home room mothers in charge' Hutcheson, C. C. Garletts: fifth Ludwig Ton Beethoven r. Church held Its annual $
of arrangements were as follows: grade, the Mmes. Nolen Collins Quartet, reputedly the first musical Adagio iMtenuto and Prcito tiiUtoCiprtcclo banquet this past week at
First'grade, the Mmes. R. L. Davis -I and Arnold Exo; sixth grade, the unit of its kind in the world,, E p tnol'NleoUi the church with 65 members and
Alfreda Frets Neal Waldon. Mmes. A. Poellein, N. O. Patrick, will be presented here in con RlmikT-Korsakoff: guests attending.
David Shaw, J. A. Kirk, and L. E.I Walter Williams, and Alton Mar. ; Prelude IB C-iharp Minor I Mrs. Robert Ta3 or served as '
S cert Jan. 12, at the city auditorium
tercel Rachmaninoff .
mistress of ceremonies and
McDaniel; second grade, the I chand. announced
Scherzo In E. Minor Felix Mendelssohn
as the second of this sea i I Danxc Macabre ._n Camille Satnt-Saeni the program. Mrs. Paul
son's offerings of the Central I Etude Op. 25. No. 1 ("Harp"). Etude in A ine Tiller, class teacher welcomed -

CONVALESCENT PATIENTS ONLY Florida Civic Assn. I Wilts Minor la Op.C-sharp 10 No.Minor 2 Minute Walt the group, and Miss Martha /
Tiller : several solos.
Frederic Chopin sang
:26; Private Rooms 8 With Bath The four artists composing it Bolero _uo___._____________ Maurice Ravel Special guests attending were A gilt certificate from- bn JFourth
de Falla
Ritual Tin Dane Manuel .
Automatic Hot Water' Steam Heated are Adam Garner, Vladimir Pad. I I 1 Bean Solr _____ -. Claude Debussy Dr and Mrs. J. Powell Tucker. )
wa, Frank Mittler and Edward Braxlleirm (Scaramonehe Suite) Mr
and Mrs. Dwight Peck. Mr.
:24 Hoar Xnr lng Service Darius Milhaud '-. -
Edson. Each is a renowned and Mrs. D. E. Denson. Grace Floor
Wholesome Food Minuet a L'Antlque Iinan Paderewskl
musician in his own right an'dhas Gypsy AIM Pablo Earasaie FIRST PIANO QUARTET Tohnson. Josephine Kesler, and
of Their
All Patients Under Personal! Supervision and Selection* of the First Piano Quartet.f/e
played appeared as soloist : I.available on RCA-Vlcter records. . here Jan. 12 Martha Tiller.
Own Physician with most of the leading .. ----
European symphony orchestras.In .
pooling their talents Into the I
First Piano Quartet, they offera
Sunnyside Convalescent Home sensational ensemble that has I
... repeatedly demonstrated its ability J
to create unusual, brilliant, q
and beautiful tonal effects. r l'p
The group started Its American
career as an air feature over
the National Broadcasting System -
network. It was accorded :tt :
a immediate and widespread ac c
claim. Then followed a long se- I' 1
)1C ries of radio performances, culminating .
(;) in their first Concert
J tour, where sold-out houses have
been the order of the day.

The field of four-piano musicas

(Vateke rIlet well as four-piano arrangements -
is virtually explored for
the first time by this ensemble.No I
music has ever been writtenfor
four pianos with the possible
exception of a little-known work \
by Bach-the Vivaldi Concerto- I w 1
20% SAVINGSWhile romf which was; originally written for I
four violins and then arrangedby
Bach for four pianos; and a
They Last Stravinsky arrangement for four I
pianos in his Les Nhes., For
I three pianos. Bach wrote two I H
|I concerti and Mozart, his Concerto

: I in F. I.
9EEL: h
I I Today much of the Quartet'stime .,
between broadcasts and I
concerts is devoted to making )
its own arrangements of the
w classics!' and of American works.

JI ;;'b !HE. .. The program is as follows: 1
; Vartattnna on the Caprt. In A .Minor.!
OP. 1 __ Nlccolo FtginlPi t .Ir
Two Choral Preludes
Johtnn Sebastian B cbf'tn.
I>, Joy ef mane desiring I
b> -iolcf. Beloved ChrUtmn I
Nine [ 91] Modern Beautiful Ladies Air with Vtrutlons I {
Wolfgang I Amtdfus Mozart! II I E tw

t Watches in as many designs . Yellow or PersonalsMiss I

Pink Gold with Matching Bracelets. Each Leira Lucille Jones Stetson -
i junior left Saturday to spend
made by world's finest manufacturers. I the rest of the weekend in West tJG
Palm Beach with two of her college a
i ie
friends. Miss Dolly Rutledgeand j
Miss Joan Meerdink. Last $ :.
night the girls enjoyed a party
at Miss Rutledge's" home given
I in honor of her birthday.
':I J. William Stonebraker has arrived
by plane from Columbia I 'I 1 i
!'Theological Seminary to be with : a

.' 1 his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. qq..i b ? r
[Stonebraker, at the Amherst
JEWELRY COMPANY !Apts. In addition to his theo
'logical student activities, Mr i
14 N. Oranq. AT. Stonebraker is on the church'
Til. 2.3652 San Juan Hotel' Bldg. [staff of the Morningside Pres
byterian Church in Atlanta as director
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i I J1 J AuxiliaryChristmas 1 {Or BIld about ef! 1Aa17rMida :t' Wide RangeOf !Park: is. Arden entertaining Cowgill a of group Winter of Wall Albert S. Mn ullough, Gilbert

( friends this afternoon at tea at Also the Misses Frances Dan
i til t .1 I Topics I the Officers Club. iel, Jean Guernsey, Stacey Baldwin
I fJ Sharing honors Sara Layton, Pauline Har-
I i I ItI I wcThJEI() !1 Reports and discussions at the i( will be Miss Jane Dorman, rell, Evelyn Warde, Carolyn Pe
I I e rwn Party Friday morning meeting of the :I, bride-elect of John O'Connor and ters.
; '
I League of Women voters rang- i Mrs. Perry Granger, who before
The Orlando Police Officers I. By KITTY HENRY, Society Editor .j.jI ed from the sewerage system of :, her recent marriage was Miss When a recipe calls for grated
JEAN YOTHERS Auxiliary efttertained members onion the fine side of the grater
lr !
"'1'0 SPEND CHRISTMAS with American is the Charlotte
an family most Winter Park and the Palestine Wing. be .
used it
CU Editor of the Orlando Police Departjment I may to prepare and
I I wonderful thing that could happen to me," informed Nicole Question, as it is the policy of Mrs- G. D. Wing will assist the pulp and juice extracted In

WILL BE CLOSED FROM I'' Women's Missionary League and their families Thurs- Bourgain, Rollins College exchange student from Paris. France, I i this non-partisan group to be Mrs. Cowgill in entertaining.I'this way measured out.
the Trinity Lutheran Church :day night with a Christmas party who is spending her first American guests with the hon-
DEC 22 TO JAN. 4 will hold its quarterly business ,!at the Orlando Gun Club. holiday season with Mr. and informed on all subjects of gen- orees will include the Mmes.
i Decorations featured a lighted r eral interest and welfare so that George Dorman, Leroy Hennessey .
Mrs. W. F. and daughter PAINTWALL
I s l lI meeting today at 3 p. m. in the I'Christmas tree and Quarrie they inform the John Sorensen, Horace L
voting pub
arrangements may
Will Jan. 5 Margaret Quarrie, in Winter ,,
I i We Reopen !church parlors, corner of Liv- of red and green flowers lic issues fora Jacobs 3d, Peterson Jourdan.
I on any coming up PAPER
with outstanding ingston and Ruth Sts. . All I and candles. The children were Park.Mlle. decision. i Warlow Barr, Reedy Talton, Sam
values in custom entertained with a story hour Bourgain's trip to the I; Turner, Fred Cumbie, Timothy' Hanes Paint Store
and friends urgedto Mrs. Wilbur Davis, who
i i members are I f United States, made possible by represents I B. Merrill. I
by Mrs. Ralph Sawyer, after Harold L. Price
millinery. I the the n S. MalaHOLIDAY
league at City
Pia. it11
be and to bring their i of Rollins .
present | which Santa Claus arrived to Baroness van Boecop Commission': meetings. reportedon James Y. Blankner Holly Keller
O I mite boxes. i whom she met last Summer in --
i I distribute gifts. Honor guests the inadequacies of the -- ,.... .
| 000 present , .
Helene Burchell j! Pilot Club will hold its were Mayor and Mrs. William | Paris, was an exciting one and system of disposal in operation i ..': :" -:-- <
has joined our staff. Her at the : Beardall and The Rev. Lloyd | she enjoyed her brief stay in in Winter Park and the i -
will i Christmas party tomorrow :King, chaplain of the police department New York on arriving last Sep--
designing technique Keene in steps the commission has takento SPECIAL
I home of Mrs. John
prove invaluable. Maitland. . All members should who received a special tember. A graduate of Lycee remedy the matter. u-. Ji t...
meet at the Chamber of Commerce ,gift. Refreshments. were served School in France, Nicky, as she George Johnson of the Orange ;t.. #! $10 e0il 6.50

I JEANNETTE i at 7:30: p. m. and bring during charge the evening.In of arrangements is known at Rollins, studies County School Board explainedthe : ... ....
English, French and psycholoryat re-districting of Orange
I'' inexpensive gifts for exchange. I were Mrs. M. E. Kinney, assisted r ;,
under the State law Duchess
NEWARK 000Puritan college here. She is preparing passed $6.50
I by Mrs. Joe Pritchard A collection $5.00
I last session of the Legisla ; t
I Sisterhood X o. 220, of gifts for underprivileged for a teaching career, and : Wove ....._"u... I
ture. Instead of
I Its Park Ate, 8. i teach either French in separate
Dames of Malta* will meet in children were presented to hopes to ; F.\lTTY
I., i school districts with three trus- : e PERLETTE 1
WINTER PARK .:regular session tomorrow nightin I i I Mrs. Evelyn Dean and Mrs. Charlotte an American school or Englishin < tees each, there is one central ":; /. SHOP
Carpenters Hall, S. Divisionand i Lane, of the welfare com- France. She studied English advisory council of five mem- : 21 W. Pine; St. Phone 7017 I
II CUSTOM MILLINERY I i Citrus Ave. . Followingthe I'mittee.I A donation of fruits, I for seven years In her own J I bers, each: representing.one sec- I I) Under same management' 18 jears. 41I1I

I meeting, there will be a i candy and nuts was given to the country... ..........,...' .,:' ,.. tion of Orange County. I

Christmas party, and each mem- I Parental Home. 0 no. NICOLE BOURGA-I'N This, he stated, will greatly r., ., : ..J({ .,' .. ,....... ji

THE COLLEGE stud- first Christmas here. facilitate matters such as the
- ,. -- 1-- e m
:; j ber is requested to bring a giftto ents coming home for the I purchasing of supplies and the
CHRISTMAS! IS COMING exchange. . Refreshmentswill are Nancy, Carma Jean and Darlene Loucks, who are I II repairing of buildings, all such
CHRISTMAS IS NEAR i be served. I arriving tomorrow to be with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry functions being handled in one i XMAS SPECIAL

THE HOUSE OF HASTINGS 1- 1j 000 Loucks. Carma Jean and Nancy attend Hockaday School for Girlsin office. It will also equalize the

i "Counselor in Good Taste"Is Orlando Chapter' 131, Order of Dallas and Darlene has one more :year at Southwestern Medical tax load throughout the county.He .
also ..ear" help_' you select. I IA.eI Eastern' Star will meet tomorrow School there. . Kathryn Gray, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne admitted that under the new I:
last minute gifts.
531 Park ATCBHC.attractively Sooth .wrap:- WINTER y r PARK .:. Phone 597 I II at 8 p. m. at the Masonic Gray, is here for the holidays from Virginia Intermont. Mr. and system the badly run-down rural Pick out allY Item Ia lbe tore-.at."e., clocks. rtllu "r other Jewelry
I'', , I Temple. . There will be a :Mrs. Gray and son, Charles drove up Virginia to bring their schools will probably be and ten liS what yea, 110111 pay for It. If YOII want some idea of tile talus.
y I _____ Christmas . All Stars taken care of first in the matterof 'e" will quote' present prices whack are atta shed Inr your laspertJo. Ne
program. home. will enter the University of Alabama for increase ia such
-- daughter Kathryn new construction before the pricesID be or have breD made. Check any store Ia tows.
are welcome. I Also expert, fast, reasonable watch _
very repairing
the second term.
I better-kept schools in the larger aU work
000 I guaranteed one lull year.'
r- II Orlando Odd Fellows Lodge No. o o t- I communities, but the speaker
I I 20. Orlando Rebekah Lodge Xo. I DOROTHY SYMONDS! IS arriving by plane tomorrow from New expressed*the belief that in the CURTIS JEWELERS

Last Minute Shopping/ Easy 12. Lucerne' Rebrkah' Lodge Xo. she has been studying voice. to spend the Christmas !'; long run, the new system which'
Mr. and Mrs. S. goes into effect January 1 will 310 W. C1IUUC1I ST. OPPOSITE: PURCELI/S
;Jj.( and Seminole' Encampment; holidays with her parents, Henry Symonds. :
atthe Xo. 13 will hold a joint Christmas For tne past few weeKS sne nas prove a benefit to all schools in

party tomorrow at 730: p. m. at been working with two promi- the county. ,
the lodge hall, 236 S. Orange Ave. nent composers, Jacque Wolfe Mrs. McCullough Maguire led '

Judy-Jim Shop I . The committee in charge of and Don Wilson, and has also'' the discussion on The Necessity I
of the International
Trade Commission
the that all Odd "
party requests been a member of the Gena' which she
stated is
Fellows and Rehekahs bring Brancombe Choral. Dorothy will TRULY
Until Christmas i force to regulate international , BEAUTIFUL GIFTS
Open Evenings their children as they will receive her the
I have as guest during trade and economy and there- < ,
from the Odd Fel
382 N. Orange -1- Tt>L 2-1201 lows' Santa Claus. . There will holidays. George Street a law I fore international relationships..;> r' AT ANY PRICE '
student ata the of Unilateral trade
,. I be entertainment provided University agreements, it j
Michigan. I was brought out, make cartels |
All Encampment members are
reminded to wear their fezzes. .1 r> o oJITR. I possible, but multi-lateral agreements i.
o n o I tend to raise the living BARNEY'S
_ _ AND MRS. CUSHMAN standard of all countries. WITH LABEL
Cherokee' Council Xo. 12, Degree -
: =Announcement; of Pocahontas. will meet in Radebaugh will have with Miss Margaret Piper led the

regular session Tuesday at 81 them during the holidays their discussion 0 f The Palestine

II Mr. and Mrs. Guy C. Stone mas p.Following m party in the will the Fraternal be meeting held in, a Bldg.the Christ.ban-. '! son who is Cushman arriving S.today Radebaugh from Okla-Jr. highway Question; saying and between that quoted Palestine Asia II G.and Wellsas is Af-"a 0 I! BARNEY 1

quet hall. .Each member is .. '"""".''SO...,,, homa A&M, in Stillwater, Okla. rica and a person sitting in the

requested to bring a gift for the ..< ::;: :t;. / . Nancy Dendy is home from middle of the" road is liable to
"': ; Scott and Marshall be run over. She gave a brief
tree and one for her peanut j Agnes ;
take pleasurein pal . A Christmas supper will .; :/. ,..: f J Dendy Jr., Sigma Chi at Davidson history of the country from geographical i" 312 and 314 NORTH PARK AVE.
t be enjoyed as well as a Christ- yy,<.:.ty. l :::8st;:L College, is driving down with racial and religious One Block North of the Pest Office.
: r. and WINTER PARK
r viewpoints against this
,: ,
the mas program which is under the <; Tom Cushy tr make the familv
announcing direction of Mrs. Gertrude Decker. DOROTHY SYMONDS circle complete;;; on Christmas for background partitioning.explained' about the I,4 MAY ITEMS REDUCED TO CLOSE .

000 . holiday visitor Dr. and Mrs. Marshall C. Dendy. She expressed the viewpoint i" l =: = = -....:: ,

. Marjorie Potter, Leone Falls and Arlene Powers are holiday that the division is really more 1
OPENINGof Central Florida's Past Prt'sl.dl'nts' -
United home-comers, having arrived from Presbyterian Assembly Training equable than might appear because -
Club Spanish School, Richmond Va. . Elaine Akin, junior at athe University of''| I the Jews and Arabs each '
War Veteran Auxiliary will \ Make it of
the with her parents, have a share of the coastline a day remembrance : ,
meet at the home of Mrs. Lillie i Georgia, arrived Friday to spend holidays: and 1 ,
Dickinson, 1414 Florida Ave., St.I I Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Akin. I the Jews were willing to accept l i Have your (
o o o i'i'1X the desert sections because, with '
r :. Cloud, Tuesday at 3 p. m. . A i i
'I the of Mr. and Mrs. :, hydro-electric plants and other family PHOTOGRAPHEDAT ter'
covered dish supper, a Christ )R THE FIRST time in five years, family
Mr. Stone Dire. Stone mas exchange gift for secret pals T Fred G. Owles, will celebrate Christmas together. Marian | modern the desert methods bloom, they can make HOME on Christmas

will follow the meeting. . The Owles is arriving Tuesday from Georgetown University School of i valuable.and become .t
Past Commanders Club will meet I Nursing Washington, D. C., and she will be joined en route in I Day. S

: Slone's Jewelers jointly with the auxiliary at this Jacksonville by sister, Eleanor, Florida State University !student, :' In making menus! it is wise to
i io I who will visit'friends in Jacksonville until that day. Fred Owles have
o o something crisp to go along Special Christmas rates it
Orlando arrived Friday from the University of Florida. and of course. with softer' foods; in the same : 4f
of the
12 EAST CHURCH ST. I of the Chapter American Resolution Daughters Nathalie is home with her parents, having a secretarial position at way bland food should be combined for either black and
E Orlando Air Base. with a spicier addition.
is entertaining with its Christ- the 000J7NS. I' white or color.
mas card party on Saturday at
We wish at this time to extend a cordial the DAR Chapter House, 35 Lu- AND MRS EDWIN C. ATKINSON are arrivinghere this ,

Invitation to all our friends to Tlsit our new cerne Cir. . Mrs. Hal Adkinsonis week to visit Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Coith during the holidays, and Family reunions-teas-banquets
chairman and her committee will attend the wedding of Carolyn Rich to Robert Trumbo on ,

store. All nationally advertised lines ofjewelry includes the Mmes. Alan Chan- Tuesday night Mrs. I. N. Burman will be welcomed In New I I Kamper's Studio

dler, Robert Campbell, Jack ;, York City today by her daughter. Mrs. A. H. Spivack and their I DIAPER SERVICEFor
and silver will be carried and II
wewill I Stewart and T. O. Brown. . '' children, Ellen and John Michael with whom she will spend the Reservations se Immediate Delivery 108 S. Court St. Phon. 5510

maintain a first class repair dl'partml'Dt.O Play will begin at 2 p. m., and holidays . Lt. Col. and Mrs. Herbert W. Farrell and children. PHONE 2-3357
there will he a program at 4 Herbert David and three-month-old Jane. left yesterday to spend :
--- -- -
p. rn. . Miss Judy Moore of the holidays with Mrs. Farrell's parents, :Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas J.
Eustis':, granddaughter of Mrs. '
I'T. Q Brown, will sing Gounod'sAve Slayman in Garden City, New York. The christening of little Jane

Maria and also the ever pop- Farrell will take place at the Slayman home this month. i I

ular White Christmas. . The n n n i
R. W. Russell, who Is well- second part of the program will i JANICE KISER ARRIVED by plane yesterday from Butler University i .

known to many here in Orlando be given by Willie Thomas. . ** in Indianapolis to spend her holiday vacation with her
I He will give a trumpet solo, Stardust I' parents. Capt. and Mrs. W. L. Kiser. . Stetson University students I

\ will be in charge of our accompanied on the piano home for the holidays include Betty Land. June Cossin. Jean Bis- ,,- .rA

by Mrs. Frank Gray. . Reservations plinghoff. Jean Ward. Betty Pfeiffer, Dolores Holly, Joan Albertz,
-:> repair department and all re J
: for the party may be Doris Kelsey, Betty Ward. Dot Hillman Evelyn Jackson. Margie r -

pair work will be guaranteed.R. made with any of the committee Keith, Jimmie Nell Fleming. Lois Newell and Dorothy Bridges .

a I members in charge. Leonora A. Vedder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry F. Vedder. Is #
home from Florida State University for the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. i i .
W. Russell Lamb chops are particularlygood
I when they are rubbed with John Edwin Vedder will be here from Clover, S. C., to be with With aLUXURIOUS

I i a crushed garlic clove before his parents also.': Mrs. Vedder, the former Rose Knox and her i
broiling. I husband are both attending the University!' of South Carolina, and ;
-- after spending Christmas here will go to Clover to be with Mrs. j FUR

Vedder's parents. Mr. and Mrs. James B Knox for New Year's ,
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-.- .,u._ Orlando, Florida, December 21, 1947 Telephones: 4161 or 3-1681 IItunbag'tntinrl- Page 7-C
Grand, Avenue P-TA Has PlayParents ,l Woman Still -

and friends of the World's Christmas. written by Loves Mate Birth Announcement I 1 I[ HOUSE OPEN

Grand Ave PTA enjoyed a. Elizabeth Tomyn, at its regular Mr. and Mrs. David All customers and frie--3 of
Christmas play, The Whole James Collins :I, the Jo and :Mary House of Beauty -
I IW Thursday
meeting evening.
I Despite Strife of 924 Floral Dr. are announcing !!! are invited to attend the opt*
_-W"': With the theme of world understanding -
the arrival of a daughter house Christmas Eve aftcrnsca:

AT WINTER PARK t Grand Ave. children leading enacted to peace the, Br DOIt' THY DIX Lucinda Marice. born Dec. from 4 to 6 o'clock.

312 N*. Park Ave. '1 story. The children were dress. Dear Miss Dix: I am 20 yearsof 18 at the Florida Sanitarium | The salon is located a) 70S:;
married to man who is 23 N Orange Ave.
of age a
t One Block North of the PostoHic ed in costumes representative
t'H' all nations and appeared in years older than I am. We have +
}y tableaus depicting Christmas been married three years and I
:-7 -+ am his third wife. His other two
4 1 1l scenes and customs of other Y ;... wives divorced him. We ha'"ebeen I or all the States, but three will ; Delight is similar to our Apple
BARn'EtJ r, countries. Christmas carols of ; In which short
separated several times during I live story: II |Crisp we gave you a
other nations were also sung.A Massachusetts: with her time However. Apple Delight
LrEfS.ti ; the three years, but each timeI I II'
@ + short business meeting with calls for brown instead -
i 1 could hardly wait until we madeup Plymouth Rock sugar
i tmt+ot
t4.W.de\.Ia..1. the play. way: but there was always another -I' "stock' may prefer it.APPLE.

l ..... 121 I fight in less than a month. And "sunny, Kansas with ,j : DELIGHT ' ORLANDO'S MOST COMPLETE
Avoid warping pans When we quarrel he tells me
Uonograming ht't"I
t by not pouring cold water into a ,.:,> ,'., i that he hates me and wishes I I woe and glory.; |I Method: Cover bottom of ten GIFT ASSORTMENT _

DISTINCTIVE hot pan, by not having high heat MRS. BEAUFORD ELDRIDGE would leave._ <<: He.tells me to shut EUC.EXE FITCH WARE. inch pan with one-inch layer 47 North
under the pan for a long time. up and when I ,j of apples, sliced thin. Cream ', > 5. Orange Avenuea
.. LINENS t and by not allowing a pan to Raines is the former Mrs. don't do it he } We aren't concerned . In this .cup oleo and add 1 cup brown

d boil dry. Hazel Ellis Watts, daughter of strikes me. lIe is oliimn today with Massachuj j sugar and cream well. Add 3s a / ,

For Greater Appreciation : Mrs. W. C. Durstine of this a good provider!! etts or Kansas: . but only With i cup flour and beat until i I

d:l Give Linens From BARNEY l'' INGRAM & INGRAM i city. Her marriage to Mr. '' as ties far go as, necessI-but he : Virginia . for our main recipets
OPTCttlETRISTS: | Raines took place here never gives me a known as Tyler Pie . which
We Gift Wrap t i day, and the couple will reside cent of money I I must have derived its name from DOLLAR for best

1. Visitors Welcome-W. nay tempt ti j Successor to Holidays MEAD'S SIM in Orlando. There for my is verv hell own ali II Virginia horn John Tyler: . DAILY FIVE RECIPE.DOLLARS for best great new radio-phonograph .
Nights. Sundays.
f. but never urge to buy. t the time in otu our tenth President RECIPE of the WEEK.
Petosker.: afichlian. la the Summer. P j 1M N. Orange Ave. Phone 838. We The Women home but I love: Dorothy Dix MAIL RECIPES TO: THE MAGNAVOX BERKELEY
I i I The recipe was sent to us . .
bear to leave ?
much I can't WHAT COOKING
--- _-._ ___ __ . __.. __ I him so with three others . ran
"O along
'-' , '- . . . - . . .- I by RT. 1, BOX 48SB.ORLANDO ,
'Men Know him.Do you think if we had a childit Mrs. P. J. Ryan, Box 327, Cocoa I FLA. incomparable value at $350.00

i' The WICKER-KRAFT Company I,you would advise help me any to?do-stick What would with Fla. According to Mrs. RyanI I I 1x.

the Tyler Pie . which she describes thoroughly mixed. Spread mixture
him not?
Solid Dutch East Indies Rattan Furniture or
I the and bake
over apples
exclusive Fabrics : : D. E. B. !' as.'very rich but deli-
Customer's choice of
I S000Dominance cate' favorite of her until apples are well done. Serve ..
*Tropical Furniture for Porch and Terrace I Answer: When a woman is so was a t
Fibre and Sisal Rugs-LamPS and Gift Items ; : infatuated with a man that she I father's . one of the noble I warm with cream.
F *Upholstering Dept.: Loose cushion custom . sticks to him when he kicks her stock of Virginia. Mrs. Ryan wrote us that !she'
work solicited. Bahama Beds. .. I By RUTH MILLET around and abuses her and insults I TYLER: PIE I never uses butter in cooking r-
her, it is a waste of breathto that she considers!' oleo !superior.Our .
i 1245 N. Orange Ave. -:- TeL 4358 :: "Chivalry Always"places women offer her any advice. She be- ,i i,, 4 lla errs cups 1 3 cup tablespoons butter or flour oleo five dollar check for todav r ,,k4 wty
in inferior position, says Dr. Rudolf longs to the school of wives who :' brovn sugar 3 tablespoons will be sent to her for her y
:;::;:; : :.. :_:-: -c :0; : :: : : : : : : :_:;::- _ : ; : : : :.;. :_:: ; Dreikurs in his recent book that j I 1 pint ......., milk cinnamon excellent -
o I in the old
are depicted rhyme i i recipes. She also!': told us
Method butter
Cream and
Lists. ta -PI.m. F.rd." WHOO-tW at 4S *.Hi Tart Fri ABC. 7 , "The Challenge of Marriage." He says "a woman a dog and a walnut -I j I Add: well beaten that it i is! possible to make a good

points out that when a girl waits tree, the more you beat them ('Next sugar.add flour and cinnamon eggs. i i: cake without eggs . and she
for her escort to open a door for the better they be and the more it with her recipe for .
tr :Mix milk in last. Pour into i proves X, vF
her, she is not exacting consideration they cling to their brutal masters. unbaked ; Tit
which is her just due. I Nothing; in all human nature is '1 pie shell. Bake in moderate j I i EGOLESS CHOCOLATE CAKE:
Provide for Tomorrows Security f Rather by placing 'herself In so inexplicable as the fact that oven :.-.0 F. until mixture' 2 un..e..ttpupoon. salt

By Opening an Interest-Bearing the position of a helpless being some women do have the abilityto 'doesn't! adhere to knife. | rued. ebocolale 1 cup sugar
and love the unlovable to kiss the | Mrs. Kyan's recipe for Porcupines 1 cup milk I 3 cup .Surtepme
assistance -
Savings Account and Regularly Lj yr. who needs a man's 1*. raps ate flour 1 teaspoon vanilla
protection she gives him just one hand that smites them and to is known as a meat I *t teaspoon soda
Deposit a Part of Your Income. take back the men who have betrayed Method Combine chocolateand
I more chance to assert his masculine stretcher . so if you want to I :
superiority. them and deserted them ate on your food budget, try. .j milk in top of double boiler
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK AT ORLANDO In the Middle Ages when "chiv- and who have inflicted every and cook over rapidly Ixnlmg

Capital and Surplus One Million Dollars l alry" was at its height and a i shame and- degradation upon I I PORCUPINES water 5 minutes, stirring ocvas
- MIMKR FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATIONNEW. ie knight devoted himself to his lady them. .1' 1 pound. hamburger '" cup dry: rice ionally. Blend with rotary egg
I ''I salt
We all know wives like that
fair, writing verses in her praise. i ',2 cup milk pepperI beater. Cool. Sift flour, soda.
battle wearing her wives who wait half a lifetime In tomato Juke
going forth to I salt and together. Cream
colors and languishing when she the hope that their philandering i i iIethoo: : Add egg milk, rice, 'shortening sugar and add flour mixture 1.
husbands will come back to themat I salt and to hamburger
nonetheless pepper
sighed, the lady
last who work their fingers to vanilla and chocolate mix
than ; and shape into small balls. Placein
regarded as no more a piece 'I
ture and stir until all flour is
the bone to support husbands who
of his property. So much so. in greased baking dish and cover
are lazy loafers; who welcome dampened. Then beat vigorously
fact, that a husband could bestowhis with tomato juice. Onion may
wife on a friend if he wished. drunken sots to their (arms and I be added, if desired. Cover and for one minute. Bake in
fiE54r. > 1 L1DCd1tSAflip who lie about the bruises that I greased i pan in moderate oven
Today although many women bake for one hour. The rice
their brutes of husbands have given :325 to 350 F.
self-supporting society still . .
tAr a are them. And they love them pops out thus the name
Aa k .sr sees man as the bread-winner. It still. And why they do, only God Porcupines.

t -alrarae t is the privilege the weak.of the strong to who made them knows. i The following recipe for AppleToday's FIND OUT IN ADVANCE
support There is solution anybodycan
Women for the most part, are HOW YOU'LL
offer for problem.
you your C
willing to play the accord-
game Pattern
Your husband won't change. Probably -
to man's rules. They outdo
ing ) you can't. You are the vic-
G each other to charm men, humor
them, their lives to suit tim of your obsession about him. I (One of the finest musical instrument." Magnavox hase
arrange But, for pity's sake, don't make a
isss the convenience of men. Time and baby the scapegoat for your unhappy r \ er produced . beautiful late 18th century styje

1 energy are lavishly doled out to marriage. That is playing it V t t Ii-.. cabinetry authentic even to the typical grille front
qp make themselves beautiful. 1t 1
too low the innocents. w
on ItF
r And what is their reward? The I\\ t doors! Eighteen watts superpower, two 12-inch

smug tribute of being helped off Dear Dorothy Dix: My mother Magnavox speakers and fully automatic record-

with a coat, being allowed to step lived with us all of our married t 1Q : changing. Beautiful to hear . beautiful to see in
first from an elevator, having a
> { 1 door opened for them. Yes, men could life until never she so died out a year without ago. her.We YDErnnE OU BUY ANY mellow mahogany _....._.____ $350.00
know the psychology of remainingthe
Our children couldn't have any
dominant sex. '
$ j company because she didn't like
JR tON lf.rAftl 'I C Don'triskwrongfittingorleamtoo
I. __ e j, noise. For 20 years she was a
lt1' -- Facials Benefit ceaseless care to us, and my brother late that your hearing aid d ea
I will not give you supreme com- -tkN
z and sisters never offered" to take
; ,1/ Woman fort and rich (
at nre her even for a visit. Since her c Tit r listening pleasure.The
l i We frequently hear women com- death our home has been so much amazing new Beltane

plain that the trouble with this or happier, our children so much nic- "' ts Selectometer tells in advance M .

i' ......:..,....- that beauty practice is the need to er to get along with. s E w exactly which OAEof; 144 hear-
. keep it up. Facials are invariablya Now my husband's mother has ing corrections you needgives"beforeyoubuy" navoxx4IilL
case in point. to live with someone, and without proof of ,
"If facials are to be of any telling or consulting either my clearness understandability.
value." women say with a shrug, husband or myself the rest of the! tolerance for sound, power you
"you have to keep them up." family have decided that she must .g vat need; selects the ONE perfect-
Visit our Of course you do. But what is come to live with us. I am stun- fitting hearing aid for you. rlJJUCOOPER'S

there that a woman does to improve ned at the prospect. Why should F R E E Phone,write,or come in for n
her looks which doesn't haveto not the other children, who are all Free demonstration of this
CANDY DEPARTMENT be "kept up"? Manicures haveto married and have homes of their newest. and most amazing develop-
be. Else nails go to pieces. own and bigger houses take their
Hair that isn't washed and set mother to live with them Insteadof
regularly suffers as sad a plight. palming her off on us? &ttone

Our refrigerated FRESHIDOR candy caseis Make-up is applied every day by i I I ANXIOUS. / r -
the last word in mechanical air conditioning. the woman who is particular'1 Answer: No reason in the world, has the Selectometer
about the way she looks. and the thing for you to do is to
Our chocolates are on open displayand 5o why should facialsneededby absolutely refuse to have the old E. G. BLEAU
cooled. every woman who wants to lady wished off on you. Don't let
yet they are '1 >3 r
the others make you the family J MUSIC STORE
keep the marks of off her skin
age t 6 West Church St.
"Pick up a box Feel the freshness! Take -be expected to escape a routineof goat.Why e -

home a box- Enjoy the goodness!" Re. regularity any more than other don't you settle the matterin 5655i 4l BELTOXE
a sensible by all of the
beauty practices? way sons 20 W. CHURCH ST. PHONE 4652
member when you want fresh Nunnally's.visit and daughters contributing a certain -
The care of the skin-which Is '! i Send for FREE Booklet
our air conditioned candy department. what a facial is-should be con- amount to their mother's sup- I I SA !|
port and locating her in
sidered as important by the older some good _
,, boarding; house? -0-n_.'_" _.._.._.._'._nnn_.._.._.._.._.._.._..__.._.._.._.._" _" _n_
woman as a regular manicure I GIFT SET ?&& **

SAN JUAN PHARMACY make-up and shampoo-and-set. j I I Dear Miss!' Dix: Will you please Soft knitted two-toned slippersand L.I .

Croutons settle this problem for us? Whichare matching bag are perfect
are prepared hy
2 N. ORANGE AVE. -:- PHONE 5169 ?
toasting! small cubes of bread ina the more beautiful, men or compliments to the new ballerina "

moderate oven, or by !sauteing women? party frocks. Sparkling sequins r/ 1

them in butter or fortified margarine : Answer: It is said TEEN-AGERS.that is tied on with matchingyarn 1

--- --- in-a-_skillet.____ - -0- in the eye of the beholder beauty, and:! is one attractive way to P LAW I!0 N tS
whether you think a man or a decorate the set. Any teenagerwill
woman the better looking depends
be thrilled to receive these
Last Minute ShoppingA upon the individual and your colorful accessories.To
taste. Neither sex has a monopolyon
beauty. But, taking it by and obtain complete knitting instructions
!', stitch illustrationsand
large I think that women are eas-
Pleasure at Cannon's ier on the eyes than men, mainly decorating ideas, slippers
because they take more time and size, small, medium and large '. f.
thought and pains to make them- and hag instructions in one size L's.
selves attractive. for Gift Set [Pattern No. 5655] 4

Also clothes do a lot to enhance send;; 15 cents in COIN plus one
LOVELY SHEER BRILLIANT COLORED women's appearance. Women have cent postage, YOT'R NAME, AD- .
the advantage of being able to i I DRESS and the PATTERN y GIFTS GALORE

NYLONS camouflage their bad points by I NUMBER to ANNE CABOT,
SPORT SOCKS swathing them in chiffons by hav- ''ORLANDO SENTINEL-STAR,

ing ambrosial curls that are only !|t 1150; Avenue of the Americas,
-I I FOR BOYS theirs by right of purchase, and j|[ New York 19, N. Y.
by painting roses on cheeks that,' _ 0-
FULL FASHIONED AND MEN never grew them naturally; at Make this an
whereas men have to be pretty be interested In strangers. We are
: t $1.15 to 51.95Ft'aturing 3 pr. $1.15 much as God made them. too crippled with rheumatism to
get around with pleasure. All the extraspecialChristmas
Very fine DE.tn MISS PIX: Why must world has changed for us, and we \ X4--
51 Gauge quality 11rv.s Socks mothers be left to finish their declining feel as lonely as Robinson Crusoeon Y

in the new fall with nylon toe and years alone? At 75 or 76we his desert island. There is no ) / e.
shades.Sl,95pr. her C 'r need companionship more nostrum that will turn us young
; I I.3pr than we do when we are young, !: again and make us interestingand

SI.55 because we cannot get around and entertaining companions ; Ip 1 1y
do things as we used to. i I[ whom people seek out. We have E xr

. My children have their own''the fatal disease of age and we t. .
families and are very much occu- suffer from a loneliness for which is trE R and . remember in buying I
pied with them and I know that i i there is no cure. k ( B yi OtJs
they do not want me. I have plenty -I I I But there is a preventative. We 5i i "Valuable Gifts" The word

of money to live on but I have can learn to live alone and likeit.
nobody to talk to and I feel likeI We can acquire the reading y' y* LAWTON is more than the name
am buried alive. And I am so habit. We can live in our homes

lonely, and it is so painfuLA have our own friends belong to i . of a store . it is a guarantee i 1
LONELY OLD LADY i: clubs, deliberately work out a plan '
ANSWER; : Loneliness is one of ': for killing time until time kills of value.
the penalties of age and there Is us. : unquestioned
nothing much that we can do Ij I I yLr

ALL HOUSE SLIPPERS i about it. It Is just cne of those j I
t things that we have to bear with A P' lure 0/

REDUCED IN PRICE = : what fortitude and philosophy we IIX
can summon for by the time we

I $ l.99o! $3,99CANNON'S and have ten passed Fate our has three gotten score in years Its I

relentless work. I
So many we have loved have t IlxI -
gone from us into the other world. :

129 S. Orange Ave. : Phone 4187 Our children are aging men and
women, absorbed In their own 1
lives Our friends have moved I

J away, or died. We have ceased to Ewe waes.als OE t/arO Rep *e* *'*, a a* .. .,.. ....,


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t E-mtbay &'rnttnrl-t:.tttr Telephones: 4161 or 3-1681 : Statistic show that December I I.s '
1947 the Most Hazardous Month for WALL TILETileOPIastic I'I'A Shop 'Twas the night before Xmas
,Page 8-C Orlando, Florida, December 21 i Fires, duo to Xmas Decorations . .e e

_ Check fully Soar covered Insurance. .mod see if you I I OIL BURNING FURNACES EXPERT REPAIRING And was Pop mad He forgot to take his
Dow Chemical Plastic i i51n"O 2225 W. WashingtonDial dress shirt to GARLAND CLEANERS.
r: Geiger Mutual Ins. Agency 524 S. KuhU. Phone 2-2821 MAX T. RICHARDS I 6894 Garland at Concord
WYCKOFF HARDWARE I 19ZK- [On Winter Garden Koad)
Z4C 8. Orante Are. Phone C233 nit N. OR"NGE PHONE 1.1303
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SIX-YEAR-OLD S COLLIE [above], tries on artificial i1\\p O i\
paw for first time with help of its mistress, Pauline' Shade, 9, .

of Reading, Pa. The dog lost its paw in a lawnmower. The ,ysf ('t"\ CIS \S

artificial one was designed by Dr. Everett Yaros, Reading C

veterinarian. Kenny Yaros, 4, son of the doctor, watches. t ) tRRt5

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By JEWEL SCARBORO to a close at Friday noon. The y "rt O '
Christmas activities including exuberance of this day is never y A n \
parties and inany excellent programs quite equalled at any other time, *>w 0't. \'"
of music and drama came but, as usual, the children prob- .
ably will seem almost as happyto CO

be returning on Jan 5. b w>t v, .
the One teacher who will not return a ''IIJ
and who will be greatly
to ok war missed is Mrs. Mildred Walraven
f lIm iot Lockhart School
pl0r I
C I She has taught here the lastI

I I. eight years, but is leaving soon Only $89.50

with her.husband to reside in C ,z.oo WEEKLY .
I Atlanta. d A\

Further news concerning the ,, Original Creations in a Variety of Styles
National Teachers' Examination
'held in Gainesville reveals that Y and Diamond Weights '
Mrs. Rosalie White of Kaley was 6 ,,
*lone of the few in the State togain A N _
a higher certificate rank. 1 N
Her fine score placed her in rank \ t4)(T Y .,.
three the equivalent of the e P Y aA
bachelor's degree. 3 "
C ib,,, '-
i. I R J. Burdick and J. W. Comp- Vr
ton have returned after spendinga
Ki I < week in Gainesville attending \ EW W ptCH ,

the 40-hour short course in driver / 1 E FIRS TN r I I
education. This was under 1 x
'!the General Extension Division
1 lof the university and was also
sponsored by the American Automobile LO"EL\NES\ *- ir s v*!

; Assn. HE R ., ,.
i TCH .
/ r.
Plan are under way for in- T N\ -, T
eluding a driver's course in the 0 pS /
curriculum of the junior and rh
senior high schools.
i4! ie s {! '1 Suggestions have been made

for text book instruction duringthe
last six weeks of school next
Spring to be followed by under-
the-wheel classes during the
I Summer. Such a move shoulddo / -
... -- En7 Ievent
much to form good habits and ..,me'',d so"lclre \
C .
Evtala to encourage safety among teen e- Rn9 ;
-- agers who drive.Lakeview C' -n"n (]c 2, ;J,. .., qr'J..: : \: tos'ne
1 e- c '1 (J.
school has just given ;: CI '1 Q I 9
''1 ITI
itself a wonderful Christmas J ;' \TI'"H.. ,min 1 rod -'mn9 fn unl'l'g' 50
tared R 1<" : ')(1 (: f
IPAPERi I present It is a $579 motion picture @ o t ftu 1 Y y dp En ::. ( ;Se' go c" de ..e 69.J / s
w p NI ro
machine, and everyone in I $$300.00
d Lwe y II"" 1'.0 1 l layement
that community is proud of it. R qt .sO
CHOOSE YOU WALLPAPERS It was purchased with funds a .5 0 $' 69 etas Wee \J :".\ ,: s f

THE MODERN WAY from their Halloween carnival. 19 e4.00 Wee"l.1 ,_ 75to t;

USE THE COIORF11M VIEWER \ The Atlantic coast region of the et vCeetlt i. r tall.
United States has the lowest divorce .
r IN OUR SHOWROOM I rate in the country and the ?+ ,9 1SN feeklY

Hanes Paint Store ]I rate increases with the distance { s ri Wo l
west until the western mountainarea of a 9 eat,
23 8. Main Ph. 5(577( is reached this district hav- : i ,Rporker m "Co with
ing the highest divorce rate in .'T{ I Bkltde '
} !a exrIUSIVB gmg
I the country. n9, asi
e L r the flosh Plus,
--- dlofe .
-- '
- S'.iptured i f CUt dfo mr.Pork
F o
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irull'lserr" /
Set sn eV2ry rlus'i I
i [: mn' gth" of I
1 '' "mcond lIf.dol. fJ'\tO\\, \ ,'+- 0=r- 0 1.0Y ba lorsce
'Are You a Potential or ChronicALCOHOLIC O\JO" 6 = rte ,nahle\ .CT! foreect."q.SO I F RKP1 A tkN porker'sfn ,
Ihwnv made''
ff\do! \ \ .1'1 E-1ln. i cFm Qery elet
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ot sO lorde
? lee J. 1\ 1 g wome n.
moster? t y rtfe nI
I tom '' for t
p\1futY 50 weetlt
If to, the following ore ten good reasons why you should / $59. 13 00 .
arrange for treatment at the WHITE CROSS HOSPITALS -i yet
yCeetll TI ,
exclusively t O\\ THE Mrd
( Q! 0 \ r R
_OIO..ond emao' fo 1t t
; 2. Your condition is today regarded at a definite dlseasa 6 y mo the\ nth G\fT\ t r
that requires special skill by those who hart majored inc ; min t Q r R\\GHT
1 the study of the disease. ''' $42 5.0 THE 4I"

"j1 3. The WHITE CROSS HOSPITAL operates with scientific s 00 yreetlt 1,
.; procedure maintaining the diagnostic facilities that are i r r .
.. necessary in determining your exact condition. FR E ,

t 4. It I Is a hospital that I Is a complete departure from any PARC f o. ;,,.
form of haiordous treatment during your recovery. ALL ED 4 o: -
S. You admit yourself Into the WHITE CROSS HOSPITALto Fo 0
be discharged upon your own request at any time. l R EADY NCT- 6 v, i : -;-- 5 5 0 1.5 0 I .,

1 6. From the time your case Is accepted until you era ready G1V1 t r W1j.2 ecta
to leave you have the constant care of trained nurses. * P s1.S0 Pee .1.50

S 7. Intelligent persons with your condition are seeking has 2 :'- '0 O EX CAPSA .C/RMA RCO" mar
RV { EN .
I 1't'- $ CU t. u ,
pitalixotion. rather than embarrass others with theirbehavior. s 11.0 R e: GROEN n m,'orNnt;620thEN ?d- s 11 r

ti' g
8. If you are a potentiol alcoholic hospitalixation: as a w
preventive. measure to avoid tha development of chronic Se Y GR u "l0R f _ly srled, CJl ratans Oum0 nd 9
drinking is commendable. (m r'stIseQs 2rtjen t, n N Itrl r rryt6., h i
i e1 cre top,_se ,ft.
9. To continue drinking will further deprive you of vital y p sure co t
nerve tissue that you cannot afford to sacrifice. a1 aud -

10. Only one week of absence from home and business is Out-of-2" town accounts invited. Mail orders promptly filled. .
required for your recovery. *

The WHITE CROSS HOSPITAL is your hospital maintainedfor \ r
the treatment of your condition only. Do not be appre +

pensive of coming here, or doubtful of the possible benefits ,,.. 100.00 P
that this hospital con give you. 'In tha majority of instances ,
such conditions as yours can ba corrected with only one
week of hospitalixation. Write or phone for information or $2.50 WeekWGRUEN

personal interview Digest of alcoholic syndrome sent you 10T1 CURVEX "QUEEN
upon request. Admission by appointment only. I

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at A s e cner sh and w2.


4 1 Ht 1 I i Jacksonville.: Daytona DflJind. Fort Laodvrdale, Gainesville, HoDy.GOd, Miami, Ocala, Orlando, I'
I 1 i -.L- [ 1> r St. Petersburg Tampa and West Palm Beach.ir '

i : 119 S. ORANGE AVE. I I I I
6280 Central! Avenge Ph. 3.5601 St. Petersbar, Fla. : 111/JI
This HipH l .it Mt effliated with any other hospital ulna the same" nan.
Copyright 1947 I ,.rte


Decontrol Seen Bringing .["iJ ELTTMTEW'fl'JJJi: ) : :' \: :: I JI LI.. :BtI111LL] : !) fflD4)] ) ,. r.BU

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If VIOLET DUNHAM Construction Pace Continues : Nunez Joins
[Executive Secretory, Flonda Association of Realtors]

DECONTROL of new rental units by the Housing [Spec'al to The Sunday: Sen*,nel-Star] ifealnt.' $250: )lr.. War Urers 214 CedarSt.

THE Rent Act has been an important factor in stimulat- I NEW SMYRNA BEACH-New St.... remodeL sign. $175.S200.; Hot R.* Findler.Sobers N.Canal Oranis Bt.

ing some new rental construction over the nation, and Smyrnans continue to build new Oak neon St.slsn.. repair SIM and; W paint C Whlt porches.. 200$SO Ll; .K.. Boland Firm

quite a bit of this is in Florida, according to a quick survey ,homes in this community, city C. McAular 624 Canal St.. paint front of
sorrriu stare *:c,
hall records showed this week. tarry H. Scalf Dora
made recently. The great progress in construction of dwell- Street bane door. S5U .
Among latest residents to obtain W. Pendleton OetwUver Subdivision.hOQM. V T. A. Nunez Orlando real K
ings built for owner occupancyor permits for new dwellings and $3,5OO: Door.. B. Oatluu 2401 tate man has joined the orgir '
sale has also made dent Helen St. houte. S3 000, C. K and lIbel
for a December to reach the goal of for "repairs are: "
PitUnier. Ml Lbs Oak St on* Mir sara zation of H. F. Boland .
in the rental shortage. .1. P. Smith. Warn AT... hens. $4.000; e and br.......,. $600; Husa and Alice
Although approximately a million 2,000 set for the year by Prr Fred likes ''RlTersid Park Subdivision Gill Scott J0. Zither St addtucn thouw. Carrigan Bldg., 672 N. Orange
most of whose objectives house S3.SOOI Justus Morton. Turnbull SOO; K. C. Paul. Nih Peninsular -
and a half leases have been Al Werly, Shores house. 12.000, A. K. Lytle. Condlt AT*., waterproof and paint. $400.; W. Ave.
filed with local rent offices, per- hare been met In. Subdivision ronrret seawall. 11.700; Mrs. S. Athera. 315 South Orange Street carlfra -
J. C. Richards Robert Walker Grant remodel a.. aDd drlv.way. IJ50; Mrs. Alta loans Nunez has enjoyed real es
mitting 15 per cent increase, residential eluding purchase of a lot In and repair 1750; Municipal Airport.Hichwar hin toa and Dora fits., enclose porch. tate
have moved 1. neon sun. 1400.; Mrs. Jessica S200: B H. Hard. 211 Murray St. enlarge !selling; activity in Orlando
rents upward Orlando for an office, buildingIn Bowman. 306 Peninsula An- paint and room $100.: Pet Oraham $60 JOM at.. for almoftt two years, coming
only five per cent, the ma- repair $250; ,W. I(. Hill. 218 Murray St.. install septic tank 511.
1948', and initiation of a I : from Atlanta where he
I'i -- -----
jority of the rent increases being .
building fund to which Real- I | had been district budget; sup-
made in apartments. Realtors, in -'i- : - { f'nlsor of the B. F. Goodrich
tore are daily contributing. ) Permits
spite of statements to the con- * T.; _ Everett Wells Building I! Rubber Co. During the war
in items, are
fctrary some news
hr watith Bell Aircraft
..t1ll working to remove rent con- T OVEMBER: issue of Florida I Valued at $15,600 I Corp. at Marietta, Ga.
trols in order to stimulate in -i-: V
Realty Journal was especially '
[Spe:iol to Tre Sundoy Ser near\ I
vestors to build rental units. interesting in California. and After the war he dec-I: : to
* it I Opens Office | EUSTIS-Permits for $15.600 reside in Florida settling tr:"> Or
one local radio program was devoted worth of new building have been
lando after tour of the -* '
YEAR-END: push I U bring a e 8
A to describing the opportu- | issued here since Dec 1, City

bring made in 500 by more the a.ssocialion member taTriedAndProven to nity for a project for increasing ._--_._---'-._ --- .-. --.._. _,-- .-mM.. '.' ..._.._ I Everett Wells, registered real 1 :Mgr. R L. :Maynard announced. best State.\ place"I chose in Florida Orlando forear as nie: :
I building office and apartment I Permits were as follows: around living," Nunez sa.i
__ h space such as Greeneda Court in I estate broker, announces the :Memory Martin, duplex on Key
THIS ARTIST'S sketch Nunez lives
is the I at 520 Grand Ae
Winter Park built by Ray opening of his office, Suite No. 1, AYe., $4,000; Maud E. Stuart,
Greene realtor. Orlando has' residence for Mr. and Mrs. 1201 E. Colonial Dr. 1 house! on South A fe., $),000: with Theron his A.wife Jr., Lillian Orlando, arl: s-i.
ScijrHigh :::
been chosen for the installationof I Wells hail had V Mary F. lager, addition to houseon student
1918 officers with dinner hon- George Wolff of New Haven, many years Jrove St., $WO); M. W. Cart-
oring the State and local officersat I experience in the real estate and 1 1i wright, garage Washington

Country Club Jan. 3. Mo., and their daughter, Mrs. i building loan field. During 1943-! Ave., $500; Louis Huffstettler Jas. Gamble Rogers II

Louise Connolly, associatedwith i 45, he was! director and secretary- V addition to Midget Grill, $500: W.
Relief t. Sufferer treasurer Scott Serviss, house on Morning- .
or the Architects Engineers
the Penn Mutual Life Insurance
-I Terre view Dr. $5,000.
Get Haute! ,
RHEUMATISMARTHRITIS Dayto 1ans Co. here. Mr. Wolffis Board of Real I Building Consultants

NEURITIS in the milling business in tors, Terre j Fifteen hundred cubic miles of POST OFFICE BUILDING.
Haute. water fall the earth
upon every
Stiff Mottle and Jolabaad New Haven, but expects to retire -, Born in Illinois year. WINTER PARK FLA.

Recurrent Pain Permit Okays soon and reside here. This he movedto .

Coming From Old Injuries Terre Haute,!
' [ strictly modern home is designed
:: where he was
PtnestlliU/ ..'.an .... Car [Sper'al to The Sunday' Sen'inel-Starl] '
.... for Florida active in the
t* Each Cut* Mad* .ta living. It -
LaMat.". Biek.. ky DAYTON nF.ACIt-Two city Building Loan]
Ys sue,. .f .....,.... D4aiMat building permits! were obtained will be built in Beverly Shores.F. i I and Real Estatel:: ]; I YOUR WATER

U. ,U.Tra.t..t al. H*.t CM.Csa Mta. tar this week'by Lewis Flanders! for Earl DeLoe, A. I. A., member business. f -
a. fttatsd erection of two $'iOOO, residencesat !; :' I Since
of the Central coming, .
Or PvrcllMd Florida ,
227 and 2.T2 South Seneca St. ''to unancio inV --- --
C1I,r.Tkls e..t.Ad sad lifsrnitlH Man. Ts'sy The house! at 227 will include Architects Assn., is designer. 19-16 he has purWelU

ELECTRONIC NORMALIZE four rooms and a bath with attached chased a home and resides at PROBLEM
garage; and the house at 1001 E. Washington SLA.
... LABORATORY 232 will include four rooms and 1---- j _
Its HllOrtristt Bis. W. Ridge associate, has

I JaekMCvMI S-M72. Fit.Pken one Kenneth bath with Mills detached Jt.. 840 garage.Magnolia 'A Home Built From Mud Lake Building been actively engaged in selling I

NAME _ _ _ _ _ Ave.. was issued a permij homes, groves and business prop
to erect a $ ,OOO residence to I erties for eight years. Prior to CAN BE SOLVED

ADDRESS _ _ _ _ _ _ include five rooms and one bath, I If IILL WEATHERSIY i I ow n house unless,! yon want coming to Orlando 13 years ago iii1l -.':
A and 1 PALO ALTO Calif. [AP] Keith one MO bad you can't l stand! it. he was associated with the Coca
,: E. W. Russell contractor; Continues wv: iI
I I ;
H. McGranahan has 'And think it UpI Cola
liquidated long
Jerome Vining, 844 MagnoliaAve. I over a Bottling Co., as manager of I :' _ _
the problem of housing his family i, before decide can't stand their ECONOMICALLYDEPENDABLY
.. was granted a permit for I you you I Washington Courthouse, () J
of five by utilizing a fe.w |I it." I Ohio, plant
erection of a $5,800 residence to '1 '
;>' ? to Pie Sunday Sentinel-Starl]
tools, a small stand of timber I I McGranahan, who had driven
include five rpoms and a bath. I and a mud bank.Thanksgiving. only a few nails in an amateurish TAVARES Building continues .
E. W. Russell contractor.
; ; dinner was anal I I way before he undertook his :I throughout Lake County, __ .
Other permits issued were: celebration for the feGI.anahans' full time house building job, applied -I 4s.r;
reports showed this week. sii.
Kentucky Bar 822 Main St., gen- I himself with homespun S PERMANENTLY
oarThk eral repairs to rear of building, in their new adobe i At Mount Dora, 10 permits Is- -
brick and redwood home,which science. He went to the best ,
$1400 Albrecht and Slater con- is almost free and clear.! i I talent available for advice-and sued by the city this month aggregated 55_ _''4
tractor. .i I got it free. I 51000. '
To the Marine Corps veteran
I i As he set to 'work, neighbors I Sis new house'* were recently V
I Mrs. Vee Van Hoten Y/J PtJr /r -a nlWI1I [I began worrying about the manI I built in Ferndale. Three
'Wonderful' New j..C4r I with the fanatical gleam who ,I lots Mere sold at Montrerde to
Office .- : was making mud pies in the vacant -: buyers ho plan to build. Two

(HEARING AID! i Opens Realty I I three months of this Mc- and I
I Vee Van Hoten. who has been I large public garage re-
I Make 1948 a jew connected with real estate firmsin Granahan had 12,000 adobe pair shop is being built at Uma- this year. .

yon 11 always remember 1 II Orlando for some tune an- 'll1 I bricks. They were made with I tilla. Several houses are under with the wonderful DEMING PUMPSOLD
the right proportion of sand and I construction.
nounced this week that she has
k ;;,tin JMT yon duooTcredtnw opened her own office at 6 West clay by laboratory test a little I House building continues in ALL.IN.ONE SONOTONE!

4 1 hearing< Christmas never
$ the new all-in-on Since March. Mrs. Van Hoten which water-proofs the bricks."If I cial structures are also under- Make be foraotten this a . hearing your AND SERVICED BY .

I Model 65 . has been successfully connected who quit being a salesman to you etrr build an adobe way. friend and family naturally
build it, this house represents: house," nays'Mac, "get a owermixer
With the Clyde McKenzie real i i I Many great advances for moat
THE SMALLEST estate firm. and prior to that time i One year of laboring seven ; for the mud. Imbed inside and out and finished the relaxed lonj-distance hearing! FARM 8 HOME MACH. CO.
days week to make hew the mine hand." I
HEARING AID was with T. K. Hastings, broker. a or by redwood trim in natural color. _
materials and put them together. I Neighbors wondered again
of Orlando
Prior to going into the real Mac has finished everything
EVER MADE BY One of separation from : when Mac deserted his of
\lV I :year pile DISTRIBUTORS
estate business, Mrs. Van Hoten I :now except a little of the decora- 611 MKTCALF( RLUC.
) WESTERN ELECTRIC 1 was in the advertising sales department his family while his wife Wanda, i bricks. and disappeared for two i ting and has decided that, in viewof Phone %-!IOI II
of the Orlando Free worked in another city to sup- months. He had gone to the the profit he could have made 430 W. ROBINSON AVENUE

A, Com in and foor &be Press. She Is a registered broker. port the family. I mountalns with an ax. I if he had been willing to give up G. F. Cooper, Manager
different with Model 65 Less than $5,000 scraped from There he built a cabin to house : his home, he won't go back to asalesman's
I the family budget and borrowed.A i him and to practice the art of life. I
today. Demonstrationsabeolutdy thousand; lessons in how to I I construction. He split wood to I

t freelAUDIPHONE! CAR OWNERS do things he never had thought .I roof his Palo Alto house with I I Already he. has the exrava- Air.- 0 Blinds Give i Lifetime i f t i
COMPANY Don't Be Denied the Right i he could. I.I.i 'I redwood shakes and cut the.rest tion completed for anotheri -
of the lumber needed for the i adobe house-only this time he
To Drive Your Carl For all his work and anguish. I plan to save his hands with
structure and built-in furnish-
Florida Bank BIdr. but McGranahan toil-hardened now has frame a,skinny a reunited ::I i ings. He hewed out solid redwood limited buying in the ready- Beauty and Protection at Low Cost

.. I The best way to protect yourself I doors four inches thick. made markets .
.. and house for
family a -
Western EIecmrHecthigAids is with an American Fire \which he has turned down $15, He hauled the lumber down ini J. C McLeod, district manager - ----w----: _,
it Casualty Company policy. 000. i I a borrowed truck and began of a company [American Bitu--
SAVE MONEY- rin. y_, -. .. aN.. pouring the reinforced concrete mulsl which makes an emulsi--
Mrwl _,. Fur mwith t. say I He-had advice, too, for the sev
foundation. With the local building !; fied asphalt stabilizer for adobe
"....., .... Ml. prtmium. eral hundred people who have code handy for reference. brick and an expert on adobe
;' lei ''''''''' 1 40 DON MOTTPh. i I gone to see the five-room structure he put in the wiring and -the I construction terms the McGrana- _
he made with his
i own I
plumbing.The han home an outstanding
8116 12S S. Court SL I hands. It's this: .1 foot-thick walls were built I achievement __
I I "Don't eier try to build your --7-V
: 1
by the amateur mason on steel j-r- _
I i. reinforcement and topped by a I - -
;concrete bond beam. He poured Howard Douglas FiedlerARCH1TECT i--- -V- V V j -
1101 W. PRINCETON AVE. ENJOY FLORIDA AT ITS BESTWe concrete floors and patios. I V _

I McGranahan Installed all the _

fixtures too, bought by his wife
: 1' 1rt I at discount from the store in Post Office Bldg.-Phone 191

which she worked. WINTER PARK. FLORIDA
I He painted the bricks white IthU

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I 100 \v. Amelia Ave. I .- -

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I 431 N. Garland Corner of Alexander Place ADJUSTABLE PERMANENTWEATHER

after Jan. 15, 1948

Make Southeast Steel Sales Co. your headquarters for all your Air-o-Biind Awiungi Ire a protection t : Air-o-BIind Metal Awnings are scientifically For tnformauosj rstitdtar
i aramst wind and ram. From inside engineered so that they stop
metal building supplies. the louver can be quickly doted or heat from entering through the win. Alr-c-BUiitf mall. CMpoa to _______
I adjusted as the need anies. dows and doors. The metal louvers HIT Graad .AT. *.
offer for sale our fine home built of the best materials. A lovely pre-war built house at Aluminum Windows deflect the heat of the aun rays, but OrUado, 51

_ _ Steel Window!' of all kind R URTPPE.JUXCE allow air and light to enter. Warns _ _ _ _ _
pre-war price. Reason for selling moving into our Winter Park home. This? beautiful home I Moiling Closet Door Hardware 1 The smart appearance of Alr-o-BIind Controlled Ventilation
Kitchen Cabinets Wall Cabinets Base. Cabinets Metal Awnings Improve. property Alr-o-Blind Metal) Awmfij! Venetian[ Address
has entrance hall, reception room, library, dining room, breakfast room, lounge porch, pantry Kitchen-Sink!' with FORMICA Tops in all colors ,I values. The comfort feature atone t>"pej make it possible to regulatethe City
i makes them worth many times their circulation of air to just the
-r lavatory and toilet on first floor. Four bedrooms and glassed-in sleeping porch sun deck "'Il..onutomatlC' Garage: Doors Aluminum cost, and they add materially to the desired amount. Conveniently located Pboa
i Aluminum Mouldings and Trimmings Sink Rlnn I appearance of the building and its inside controls make it easy ,

two tiled baths, plenty of closets, solid oak floors throughout. Basement with furnace heat. Aluminum hooting and Siding I resale value. to. adjust' Air-o-BImd Awnings quickly.

Large attic. House insulated and air cooled by fan. Refrigerator and gas stove go with house. (Cabinet:alianized Hardware Roofing and Siding I NO STRUCTURAL CHANGE V 3 YEARS TO PAY

_ In rear 3-car garage and furnished apartment above. Grounds are beautifully landscapedwith Concrete lock Machinery and Pallets 5 WAY PROTECTION
Hallett Diesel Engines. Generators Pumps, Marine Engines
fountain and formal garden. Lot 175' x 240" Immediate possession. Shown by appoint- Screens for all kinds of 'f'talnndows BURGLARS WIXD HOT SUMMER SUN HURRICANE . HEAVY RAIX

_ ment only. Let your broker show you. Terms. This is a real buy. I/ouTre Ventilators ESTIMATES GIVEN WITHOUT COST OR OBLIGATION
I Steel LinteLs

i Southeast Steel Sales Co. AIR 0- BLIND METAL AWNING CO. OF ORLANDO

Robert Carrigan, OWNER 1317 GRAND AVE. NOT INC PHONE 3-1725
I 100 W. Amelia Ave. Distributors
j Winter Park 669 Orange L.aburq. Ph. 274-Blue
New Address after Jan. 1918
Carrigan Building 2-4551 672 No. Orange Ave. 437 N. GARLAND CORNER OF ALEXANDER PLACE Phone 845 Mount Dora
j Clermont. Ph. 3371 -4 L5 Phone 2131



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Covers Central, Florida Agricultural Interests Like the Morning Dew

Page 10-C Telephones: 4161 or 3-1681 it t &wWalJ &tutftttl-&tar Orlando, Upturn

I [ (Spec-ol: to The Sjndoy Sentinel! 'orJ
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!"'''''''-'''''<''''''' ''''' WEST PALM:

SCS Teaches Fish HarvestingFlorida | Gulf Village l"rr:" i. -S < : : :: Beach County agriculture.- Palm buffeted -
f-t'_ : : by wind and flooded by S
I ; .st-s :: : rain in Fall tropical storms. has

farmers with ponds or pounds apiece, and the bream average . .5 been "perking up" during the

email lakes on their land are about eight ounces each." Gets DoctorI past few weeks.
Bissland said his job with the .
learning through the U. S. Soil Crops in most parts of the
Soil Conservation Service
was I -
Conservation Service that they r concerned mainly with improving [ to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] '5-- 5, county are looking "surprisingly

can raise fish profitably in much ;; small bodies of water, from I SARASOTA-Residents of En- -5 I good," East Coast pastures are

the same manner that they raise one to five acres in size, locatedon glewood, small fishing village on i I in good condition but many

citrus fruit, vegetables or cattle. i "Ours private is farm the only or grove agency land.help- I the Gulf Coast, are going to feel glades pastures must be replanted

AH that it takes to make even Ing farmers construct or develop I a bit safer about medical emergencies kS : I and a good crop of ripe,

a small body of water produce their own ponds," he explained."The and contingencies in the : ,juicy citrus has started coming
fish in abundance i is l to stock it State stocks only water : ,I in, according to County
future, thanks to the initiative of : Agent M
correctly and to fertilize it sufficiently. to public fishing." '
open I U. Mounts.
24 women and the cooperation of
: At the present time, Bissland i i the Red Cross Home Green beans
i Englewood : squash, and es4!
That, in essence, is the recipe U managing 150 ponds or lakes : i' '.. : carole hate begun
the moving
i Demonstration Club and
for piscatorial pleasure and prof. for farmers Florida. <
market in
it Howard R Chamber of Commerce. :
given by Bissland Englewood is 13 miles from the I growers generally would like
Soil Conservation Service biologist Farmers located in Soil Con- I to the
see demand
who has been assigned to servation districts obtain his nearest doctor or nurse now, but bit.
can I
Florida help farmers since February develop ,the 1946 fish, to assistance by calling their district -deal home to nirsesho help in time can of emergencyor do a great I "Our farmers are making a

conservationist or any member illness, will be qualified to :strong fight to recover from a
and of their land.
game of their district's board of serve in about two months, according Summer and Fall of serious setbacks
"In ponds that formerly pro supervisors.He to Mrs. Laleah Brown, ," Mounts said "and theyare
duced no fish, it is possible in will make a survey of the : "
Sarasota County home agent.The making headway.
two years' time to raise enoughso '" .,:;: .. water to determine its fertilityand I I
5... .'- 0_ -- i i women, :24 of them, are
that you can take by hook and the present fish population, studying in the 12-weeks: RedCross I
line from 100 to 2M: pounds of and on the basis of this he will I Heifers VaccinatedSpecial

fish per acre each year," he said . advises farmers recommend what is needed. I which was home begun nursing recently course ender I II ( to The Sunday Sen'e'! <'ar'
here yesterday. Through the Soil Conservation ,
sponsorship of the Knglewood ; MILTON-Six Santa Rosa
He said that to pending on the balance of varieties Service farmers can obtain fish Home DemonstrationClub. THE
contrary popular I FIRST HELICOPTER to be County farmers nave started -
for stocking without cost"You I programs
opinion most natural Florida was put into service i of having all their beef
ponds are not properly stockedby Bream, for example, multi. can tell from the color of I The Chamber of Commerce I
heifer calves from four to
head of the Dixie Dusters anywhere"U eight
the water whether it is
getting a
nature. ply rapidly and soon become provided equipment for the class,
: months old vaccinated for Bang
overcrowded unless bass are enough fertilizer, Bissland said. and a registered nurse from Sarasota have carried on dusting
"Usually you 'find too many "In a well fertilized pond, the microscopic ,disease. according to County
i Field Winter ,
fish of one kind or fish of a variety present to keep their population plant life multiplies to I _is_teaching_ it.____ u ______ ___ _near_ __ Agent Emmett_ 11.1..'an _
in check.
with little value from a game I such an extent that the water .. .....................
standpoint," he explained. "Too "The weight of fish that a pond appears green or sometimes .
.many fish of any one variety will will support can be increased by brown. Fern Industry I : "-:; :.:<
Tpsult in poor fishing because use of commercial fertilizer to "To determine the fish popu- [ ] .

npne will get enough to eat to stimulate the growth of micro- lation, we check ponds with a I ...
grow to desirable size. scopic water plants on which Insects minnow seine in May or June I f<;pe-iol! to The Sunday Sentinel Star] I[enough to move all the ferns being .

'"We recommend stocking and tiny water animals, after the fish have spawned. If DeLAN'D-Organization to offset i produced in Volusia." Platt .,.
ponds with black bass and blue-I chief food source for fish, feed," the young bream and bass have re|>orted.
gllled bream also known asI I Kissland said. "Fish grow rapidly reached a size of 1 1-2 to two |I prospective growing pains of i i Production was cut thL Fall.

perch, In a ratio of one to 10. In I if there is plenty of food, but Inches, the pond I is usually in [ Volusia County's booming multimillion but the plants are recoxeringi t I I '

other words, you put in 100 bass very slowly otherwise."In I balance." I dollar fern industry was steadily from effects of last I ISpring's .,

and 1,000 bream for each acre of an unfertilized pond, a' Bissland i said that throughoutthe urged by County Agent W. E. '! damaging freezes, the . ..

water," bream will grow about one ouncea Southeastern!'; region 60,000 I Platt Jr. I II agent added. < !'; .::;;.....:: : :. .:.:J :
Bissland said that most natural year. Jn fertilized water that farm fish ponds have been con- Principal shipping periods are ..
structed in the last 10 and I Pointing to the 50 per cent increase in the Fall Winter and :
ponds in Florida support from same fish will gain from six to years Spring, INNERSPRING :
20 to 200 pounds of fish per acre I eight ounces in a year. Fertilizing that a few have even been builtin 1 in fern acreage in Volusia :with less demand in the Summer' << 0

6f water surface, the total pound- a pond will increase the I Florida despite the preval- ,i County during the year, Platt as Northern florists utilize other MATTRESSES :
of bass from three ence of natural bodies of water. materials to substitute for the . BOX SPRINGS :
age being made up of either a growth ouncesa said there is a "need for a strong :,
large number of small fish or a year to from one to two poundsa I "Ponds have been constructed county, and possibly State organ- greenery in floral arrangements.: ; : HOLLYWOOD BEDS :
_smaller number of large fish. de- year." mostly in Pinellas Countyand Demand is heavy during all ,
Ordinary commercial fertilizer .I In the northern part of ization of fern growers. i holiday seasons, with Christmas.I I : MANUFACTURED. TO YOUBDfDIVIDVAl. I
the same that is applied to the State from Tallahasseewest Although Volusia County is i Easter and Decoration Day the / AT FACTORY PRICESUattreu :
truck crops, can be used for raising -I ," he said. "In other the largest fern producing area peak periods. :
A !
Renorstlnc Specialtyo
Dec. 31, 1947 the fertility of ponds. areas ponds were constructed in Florida, and possibly the Volusia fern growers alreadyare : Anjwber In Central Florida ,

"We recommend up to 1,000 primarily for grove irrigation Southeast, Seminole, Lake, Orange making shipments by airfreight ( :
AI Coith : "Can Ci Today-
Says: and Platt foresaw
pos- !
pounds of fertilizer per acre of purposes. and Marion counties also : Bleep Better TonlgM" ,
counties. sible establishment of regular .. '
water, the biologist explained. are major growing
Bissland, who has been with
"To apply it, all you need to do the airplane schedules from this area : ECHOLS BEDDING CO. :
conservation service 13 years, Platt asserted that such an or- with of
is the fertilizer into the organization growers.
dump lives Haines 0 M Sanford h-w-y Jut SoutOC "
at City, where he ganization could draft plans for ,
1 Parker water around the edge of the I had his headquarters until last an advertising campaign "to "Use of air transportation / C iS. CnderpanPhone ,

pond. This may be done either" i j I July. He is now working out of move ferns on the market when has worked out very satisfactorily V O. Box Winter 187. Or.Park....Tilr. "'". .,.
from a boat or from the shore. the Florida in getting; the ferns in : ,
Bank office of
lawiigweeper Bissland said that many farm I
_ I \\ ponds in Florida, draining grove- 1 ida district conservationist. product and avoid price reductions he said. .
Dais already In addition. fern
for land or cattle pastures, were I'I Besides advising farmers on resulting from over- some growersare
well fertilized and that building rooms for electrically !
how to get more and bigger fish supplying principal markets by
k aching 1a4 }/ only properly stocking was need- out of their ponds, Bissland is aiding in proper distribution." i cooling the sprays. resultingin in

ed to provide good fishing.As also concerned with quail, doves, I The value of Volusia ferneries the ferns reaching markets TIN METALS
fresher' conditions. i
!; .
an example of what ran and the entire field of game man- is estimated at almost $21-4 ,
I The production is from
be he said thattwo average
accomplished, agement.He -_ _
I lion, with a total of 750 acres mil-I ---
in Polk said
ponds County test plantings were being ,resenting a land vakie of $ I
which had formerly supportedno I made in Florida of bicolor 'per acre. Two hundred PAID
fish were fertilized and I ]lespedeza, a food and cover crop new ferneries have been planted State Vegetable
stocked with bass and bream in for quail that has done well in I '
during the
past year.
July, 1916. South Carolina, Georgia and Ala- I' (Special to The Sunday Sent.ne-Star! ] ]I I MATERIAL CO.
bama. ,I Most of the new operators are
"By September 1946, the TAVA TtES-Vegetahles grownin
veterans of World War II. but __
bream were spawning and were" "We are also !studying! partridge there are more than 400 in Vo- Florida are just as nutritiousas I Phone 9867 ) k
already two ounces in size, he sesbania and Flor- '
peas lusia, Platt declared. those produced in other ,
continued. "The following February ida beggar weed," he added -- ,
Almost all of the acreage in States, according to information -- -
the bass spawned. Now the
"Quail and other birds thrive
the is planted in ---
county Asparagus !; -- --
bass in that about 2V4 I received by County Agent R. E
pond run in proportion to the amount of Plumosus, used: by florists I
wood available the same as in the preparation of bouquets Norris from Dr. Byron Janes of
fish. and flower arrangements. Principal -I the Florida Experiment Station.
() WATER He said the only place he is growing areas in the county I Dr. JaneV studies reveal that

concerned with turkeys and deeris are around Pierson, DeLeon I while high; dry, unfertilised
&*. MM &M fee ........ bock od* CLOSETS in the Withlacoocheeland use!'; I Springs, DeLand, Barberville and i soils < in Hernando I of commercial 3 DAYS LEFTFOR
4v. to c nory oa ol io-i Q f project and Citrus Seville. type vegetable no

your 'low*-A Porter LawS Sper. Counties, a 117,000-acre preserve : Fern prices! are fairly well grower is going to plant
being managed by the Soil Conservation vegetable on that kind of
THE W...p.. Mat a-Ukt ...> 4...dyou. $ oo stabilized, varying according; to
Service in land.
!..*... .... ...... *te, ita cooperationwith quality and condition the
the State Fish and Game Neither will the grower at-
II tat to do 0.. Packed in bundles! of
xa lo.rtfc 5. MM ** Commission."Throughout. sprays. tempt to grow vegetables with PENS
.*.......loMam4.. woy.A Gift*ofc 'f'acbBATH most of Florida, 1,000 sprays, ferns sell for out adequate moisture and fertIlizer FOUNTAIN
.... $I:!.'W to 915 per thousand. j jI
..,. .p<-.do> d year 'recMd turkeys and deer have been Norris said.
(.. 0... KWAtf. TUBS driven off farmland back into I I "Although the market has not i "Lake Countians need have no
I the swamps." he said. .been too strong, it has been good fear of getting inferior quality

$34 ..t$44 I Complete 4Vi and with 5 Ft.Trim GENUINE SHE A F F E RIPENS: I

Wt hove a large variety of foiiiMttiai South Lake Vets Get Farm TrainingBy

Camellias, Rosa bushes, and $98.50While I------1
Aialeas that are just right for transplanting :
end will make : They Last -- ,
a lovely
I H. L PORTER ]i all classroom!'!' and shop facilities buildings constructed; three tool PEN $3.50 PENCIL $3.00SaEAre5
Christmas gift that wit be remember-I
id for to I Cash or Terms (Spenol! to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] of the Groveland Vocational cabinets: made: 23 home libraries ENSEMBLE $6.50

years come. GROVELAND A revolutionin Agricultural; DepU and new started: 57 pieces of farm equip- .\ SIUffI(5
LIBBYFREEMAN equipment and supplies are ment built: two homes landscaped I '
Orlando Nurseries agricultural practices is taking -I i being procured to meet the demands ,I II ; four orchards established, 32

& place in the Groveland, Mas- of a well-rounded training I home vegetable gardens started;
Gal X. .
OranJt'"l' ; homes screened 17 electric ::
Phone nUSDSCAPNG cotte, Bay Lake and Clermont program. i 124 :

area, in South Lake County, The shop program is arrangedso lighting systems installed; 15 "ADMIRAL" ;.
:- CARETAKINGLAHN that each veteran can bring' home water systems put in; 33
SWEEPERS .:. LAWNMOWERS Tit W. Church St. Tel. 9869 through of the Grove-
-:- FERTILIZERS 1 i acti\"ities. broken farm machinery, furniture boys assisted in getting established PEN 5.0O -- -
land Veterans Training Program.
INSECTICIDES .:- ORNAMENTAL LEESBURG= or other objects that need in farming: 6 farm trac-
PLANTS I Sannyside Highway 4 i This program is under guid-- - --E
PENCIL 13.00
TeL (l. RedvV I mending from his farm to the tors purchased: acres of pas-
I ance of Thomas A. Hughes, vocational -
shop and use its equipment to ,, ture developed. ENSEMBLE 58.00Sheaffer
agriculture teacher at the I
Graveland School William T. make repairs. i _ _ _ _ _ PARKER"SI'S
II '
Shaddick has 20 veterans, the The veterans discus! current

I first class started in Lake Coun I marketing; and crop production B-M-C
Pens & Sets
;! ty. C. J. Meyers has 16 veterans problems They hive
0 DECAY and I enrolled. And John Daniels, Ne- made excellent plans and with -
gro, has 10 Negro veterans under I in two or three years will become VISE-GRIP
From $5.00 to $45.00
TERMITEDAMAGE his instruction.The i I leading farmers in their JJlt-
teachers of these classes communities Hughes' predicts.The WRENCH

plan all lessons on a seasonal veterans are engaging in [ADJUSTABLE] *
basis, emphasizing the major community activity by attending A 1ft
crops being grown by the majority meetings!! of the local farm bureau -
I of the veterans. Classes are I and the Poultry Assn. :- ::a Parker Pens & Sets m The aewcit for

held four hours each week and'! Hughes lists the following outstanding ... Cbriitmn, the 'fewel.
I 1 I
each veteran is visited on his accomplishments: Pur-
I farm and given personal supervision 1 chased by class members, 11 From $5.00 to $50.00"I like 51' d mize! -

T? two hours each week. farms. 14 milch cows. 22 beef cat ONE of the handiest C true '51' in every.
I Class members must either owna tle, 14 breeding hogs, and 45

farm. live on a parent's farm, feeder hogs. 2.000 broilers mar tools for thing but dimentlonil .
2SSBUI > or work as a farm hand. keted: 5.564 pints of food canned: all-purpose
/ The veterans have access to three new homes built: 21 farm do no.t hesitate to recommend Sheaffer and Parker Fountain I Its beauty will pleas

the household.The Pens as real Christmas values. They have not advanced' her eye...its delicate,
in price since before the War, they hate advanced only In

quality. If you searched for "months; ; )OU would not finda compact izc fcertaiU

ID "V s y H it T R &AT $ TURKEYSYoung ideal Christmas five better minutes.buy "than one of these pens that jou-ran Ceo.select Stuart.CHECKtWliH in. for a finer writing (n..trument -

WITH L U M B E RFrect gift for use by all mem- .tOCI"1.$12S0SI500. convenient

tender, plump, corn finished, fresh dressed I bers of the family.
JPOTT Wme CZC and drawn
- fr._ pre_ah 4e- ?...... t Tw1 Ute- PHUllf TM Kt
tri.rali..-fiMn the WIT TURKEY RANCH

-nm...'., .......... HI BAILEY MOTOREQUIPMENT !

lec (r-. ..1._ C1co..r_ UN.Ufl Jt
.... eM c'ip.ed .w. Et..ieal C LI 1 I IIISMe. -
.. FUA Appr..H Central f/or/Vo'i/ / Largest Distributor of Office/ Supplies

.,... ... tw J_ MNUT d.5u0..s( ....... II NC .w Turkey Ranch 78 N. GARLAND I 13 S. Main St. Phone 8158LuThcFLF3llLn I

.. -. ..... ,.L I. M&. ......J. PHONE 6913 .:-; INTERLAKEN RD. PHONE 8136 I


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Growers Warned On &ILCDrnrrIIDil (SIIOO\YIID: mumafi Jflff4))

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Fertilizer Skimping i! Covers Central Florida Agricultural Interests Like the Morning Dew --

Orlando, Florida, December 21 1, 1947 (The &1Ut1lalt &'rntinr1- 'tar Telephones: 4161 or 3-1681 Page 11-C
Orange County citrus growers who toured the State -

Citrus Experiment Station at Lake Alfred last week were I

warned against trying to save money by leaving the important Hatchery Gardens Aid Czech Adopted'
County Charges
minor elements out of their grove fertilizer. ,

"You can cut the fertilizer poundage _with benefit_to Output
-------- -tithe quality of your fruit, but

'don't leave- magnusium out the minor, copper elements Declines Grove Truck 'Apple Growers By Club! 29PI.!

DOMESTIC PUMPS manganese and" zinc," said Dr: ,
A. F. Camp, vice director in (Spec,al to The Sunday Sent.n-l. Storl I I I, I [f-f c'' T r c -> ',
HOME & FARM of the station.He Output of chicks by commer + ,
charge I PE.NSACOLO'e. -.
5S'i r :::: ::>nand
cial hatcheries in Florida declined GrownBy Prefer CitrusAlthough
Crops .
!Mid he was afraid that j i last month, deflecting a support of a ho\ > WATER SYSTEMS with fruit prices !IIO low as not ,national trend the Federal" Bureau '. meets onre a week! .. ;d-I;")p1tion"
Ift return a profit, grower may i I of a little C7o< '- aklanl:: :
of Agricultural Economics most of the food Syracuse, NY 10-
By /; : is
SALESSERVICEEASY attempt to rut cost with the girl are recent out- -'ig developnwnts :: -|
result that "three or four year 'reported yesterday.J. ,they eat, inmate 01 three Orange :ie i- i <""ni l in the center of an apple In the ,"a if: t"e)
PAYMENTSM from now a lot of groves will R. Owen, agricultural ida ',!County institutions! are helping prodiu"\ing area consumers Ferry Pa"-- Heights IT'''": (::rtr nt -
I' he in trouble." I fictdc'ian, said the Stale produCed the themselves thousands and thereby of dollars saving mere hay more oranges and .. rat Inn club.
MM) chicks" during .No- county
Some fertilizer deficiencies do gupefiuit than apples. a study The bojrs' club. Mist Ethel.likinson
L R DA.PIPE not !show up for several years, heexplained venilterompared. with 917 InOctober The three institutions arethe It".de. by M. P. Rashmussen and . home agent says, is
st and 1,165 a year ago. County Home, for old folks" ; I,
for kids between the
soPpiY ages of
co: i The demand for chicks slowed" I I the County Parental Home, for \1 R Godwin of Cornell C ni-
and and it
-, AR What happens to citrus trees seven meets every
.._ _.... _. when one or another fertilizer down considerably during the ,, young folks and the County f Mtv shows. Saturday.
OouOlOo'" 1 Farm for folks who .
month because of the high priceof Prison get (Checking sales at three representative -
element is missing; was I Members of the h>"iif err:-nt -
feed and low in trouble.Agricultural. retail
relatively pricesfor stores over
- -- on experimental plots at rat ion club havee' --"mf I
the station. Lack of sufficient poultry, he l said. I I enterprise*; of the a period of one year, they and other necesst'c-! D al
potash for example, was shownto three are operated! independently found that oranges: not only Christmas box to tN .- girJJ
slow tree growth, reduce" fruit :under the general supervision'of led in volume of fruit roiiiuin-! in Czechoslovakia.Malaria, .
I size and cause premature drop Cattle Pests the Board of County Commis ed but in value MS well.
i of fruit. '(sinners but some of the produce The three stores sold nearly I is commop! 'in 't States!
Any deficiency will lower and equipment is shared 700000) ) pounds of 27 different of tht I n'ted'! StUe-'
fruit quality and make trees 1 An example of how the "feed'ourself" kinds of fruit in that period oran
TRKSTO: Pocket. Knives more susceptible to cold" Dr. Control Cited program works is giv- average of about 280.000'
LOGS": for Christmas. Camp said, illustrating his point len by the County Home which
for your fireplace by calling attention to deficient has !some 50 acres along :Michigan pounds per store per ,year. with
slo",lv.. No B.dirt.r a \ :5Oc & upHe trees! damaged" by last February's Test: conducted by the U. S. Ave. planted to citrus trees oranges, grapefruit, apple-l
of Agriculture's Bureau and truck or used as pas and bananas an W\
No Mess. bate BiteselecliH. freeze while adjacent properly- Department crops 3,1 peaches accountingfor 2 eIi1TER
1.20 per carton I' fed trees were unhurt. ', of Entomology show that a :.ture for its of cattle. The three-fourths of the tonnage
= 2.:3 per cent PDT suspension I home also: has four pigs and a : t
Fireplace Screen 7.:!.ulr I gives complete control of cattle flock of !00( chickens Oranges made up 36.5 per cent,
Antique .'ini..hndil'Ons Grape Growers Slate horn flies, County Agent F. E. 1| "We buy some lettuce and more than twice that of any other vEn

8.75 up : Meeting at Altoona j jt'pe Baetzman said yesterday. |i(Some tomatoes, hut everythingelse FOOD FOR OLD FOLKS: Supt J. J Boggan Heft] and County fruit. In other words, for each
Antique Finish Fireplace He said the same suspensionis we raise," J..1. Boggan. superintendent Agent F E Baetzman inspect a head of Chinese cabbage in 100 pounds of fruit sold, 3B5
Sets !9.1(0( I t ; mi to Tn" Sunday', Sentnet-Storl] : said I "
upI yesterday
effective house and consisted of
pounds The
truck of County Home where oranges !r
1.\IATIIL-\-Fall: of garden enough vegetables to : faoyAn
meeting stable flies when applied tolivestock "What we bought did not cost! percentage for the other fin
t I the Florida Grape Growers Assn. the county anything because w,. supply needs of the inmates are grown.
and to resting placesof five fruits was: Grapefruit, 129
will be held Dr. Charles Dem- ; -- -- ---- ELECTRIC BOAT CRUZ SE
Straight85c at the flies killing them for 'sold enough sweet potato vines'I apples, 10.4; peaches, 8.8; and ba-
tin Ft.Extension. ko s vineyard at Altoona Dec. 30 more than thl'f'e.C'k... in hog to pay for it." nanas, 6.1. tfffikflower hnkedCaiuls
I at 10 a.m. The propagation and Volusia Volume Lower .
I pens. and three months in The home obtains most of West; The five fruits sold in greatest
handling of and other
grapes i TROPICAL
rr discussed barns. {i its staple groceries from a loCal 1 quantity were also the most
s I I fruits will It gives control ot mosquitoesand store in exchange; for eggs; ; 1 b, !' 01, to The Sunday Sentinel. Vir1. :Many new small balers, OJH important from the point of FLOWERS
line Ft. and : of laying
r $1.00 out explained.Iethods vineyards orchards andgroves cockroaches and is "a ppar.I l j' which its chicken. produce in I DKLAXn With Christmas crating with ltd ton truckswere view of dollars spent thoughnot ; BLOOM _%
'I I ently effective" against cattle lice greater abundance than can be holIday citrus shipment volume buying from West! Volu- in exactly the same order. AILJUMMSRLUNCHEON"SERVED '
will he demonstrated.
Step Ii I II II if the animals f>ia hou r'". They accounted for twothirdsof
are thoroughlysprayed consumed h j' the :3H inmates, brlovv l last year \\ ('st'olusia opcMtoi.s .
$1.00 Lin up I I he added, saying it is Itoggan .said. l, ate accepting the pros Truckers haul from the De- the value of fruit sold. '
;- Rain Work also effective Gulf I land area principally to the In accordance with the "A/ '
mod I, Delays against the i! From the home's! citrus grove pert of a seven-day vacation dur- | amount
21!j Gallon See our lineCabinet r fpp 11| to The unHov;' Sent "n el l Ct'Jr; ] ,Coast tick and reduces" screw the County Commissioners have ing Christmas week. Cat olinas and Georgia, with of money spent by consumers for WATER SKIT |
Underwriter'sFire LAKE BCTLER-Union County worm fly production."Although ''sold 5.050"boxes of oranges and Processors and canners were Columbia, Charleston, Raleigh, 'fruit, 291 per cent went for EXHIBITIONS
Extin I farmers have been delayed in DDT is effective ,,1.247: boxes of tangerines this Deported increasing prices on Charlotte and Atlanta as! destination oranges, 13.6 per cent for apples, ti
hprsHardware planting oats, setting cabbage, aeainst many insect! pests of cattle season. fruit for juice with Plymouth points. A few truckers haulto per cent for peaches, 87 per DAILY & IONS
it does not control horse- the New York and Philadelphia 'cent for grapefruit and 5.7 ;
8.00 It's cemplelr. and applying lime to their land i At present the home has three Citrus Growers Cooperative said pe
by too much rain in November, '' flies." Baetzman said. I'I,truck gardens planted to sweet paying 85 cents a box deliveredto areas. i cent for bananas. /114 Oth C4a5M&-f0
See us on according to County Agent J. T. i i "The National (,h f'oto'k |(potatoes turnips, cabbage mus'tard. I the plant. Until recently the II I CYPRESS GARDENS
your doors. Holloway. loss Prevention Board has 'i collards, carrots, beets and I juice fruit was belling at 60 cents The malaria-carrying mosquito I Furs caught in the United AMZA1CA TROPICAL WOHDUWWD.
found that the addition of hf'n.Zf'n. ,onions-enough so that what is :a box delivered. requires about 10 days to develop States in 1930 were valued at
WII have fcomplete 4-H Project Planned I .. hexachloride to the sprayhuspension ,not eaten fresh can he cannedto I J .ol'p-'llI'istmas. demand in from egg to adult $70 million.

,fJP'I'11; > to The Sunday Sen',me! Start is effective againsthorseflies provide a :year-around supply. general is fairly good, hut not
TAVARES-Tavares boys' 411 the effect lasting "Last year we put up 3.000 up to List !>ra..on. partictil.irly"
line includ I "
I about a week. cans vegetables," Bog in the truck trade," said
quart one
j Clubs will plant 10 acres of pine I' Limited experiments under said. FRED MORRISON KENNEY AVERA CHARLES MORRISON
operator jestetday.A
ins Panel; r seedlings at Astatula soon as a gan
club project. controlled conditions also indicate The County Home also has slump;! in the price of tan Co-Owner Manager Co-Owner
GlasaLouvre- I II I that benzene hexachloride equipment to grind and boil su- gerines was reported!, with oranges -
I '.. is capable of eradicating cattle ''gar cane and with it makes holding steady. Tangerineswere
t omr VITAMINS louse infestations with a single ,syrup not only from cane it bringing 75 cents a box on- ?

Flush : i :s DON'T BUCK YOU UP treatment, he said. ,grows': but from cane grown at tree, while oranges were reported
the prison farm and by individuals at 10 to ;55:)::) cents on-tree Some
Screens try NUXATED IRON Cuke Crop Pleasing throughout the county tangerines had been up to *1.50

aoro Whw t MI"rout..4aat... M",fix:o.*...ran.....a..aide._"f u*_" .-p"| 'nl to fix Sunny bent! nel Star] i''I Some 100 gallons will be produced while occasional lots of oranges Now
Inside Lock Sets $2.00 up .0.. if .its taa d.a't aaeh eta a tr Bl'SHNELL- Sumter County thic'ar.. sold for 65) to 75 cents. Openi
Front Door Set $3.50 up adw KUXAHD la tour BON bloo4-W For k uD l* nd bull Mood MM eftp fui.usg M* farmers have been well pleased i i ",\11 of the old folks" able to 1 i However, tangerine! still are
of mOM u i*fairly In lust,.radMfui.quit..ehii Kick Otis la tho 1-UZ1Tlfa,a hh. I with the yields they obtained" work help on the farm," the I being *|picked. while pickers
Padlocks 25c up mat IIIit w Sill r dm 0.4 the laidI'r'i from 300 acres of Porto Rican 39 | superintendent said I are able to clean the treeson i

cucumbers during the Fall, County i The Parental Home, adjacentto oranges/
Agent K. A. Clark reports. the County Home has a two- 'olor of oranges was reportedas
DEPEMOABLEc They are planning to plant :3.500( acre vegetable garden four dairy satisfactory, although a little Reliable Paint & Glass Shop
acres to watermelons in 1918, (cows seven heifers, and a flock stem-end dryness was observed
i i the county agent says. Tof 65 chickens, according to Supt. 'on Hamlin oranges; Some grow- :
John S. Williams!' who said "just ers declared that the dryness was
1 Manatee Clover Planted 'enough for our own needs" is caused by low vitality of trees

Y YM [ pe "' to TIe, 5',indnv Sent net S'ar] raised. following the severe freeze of
BRADKNTON: -Several" Manatee The Parental Home's garden is last! February. AT THEIR NEW LOCATION .
V County dairymen and cattle- cultivatedvith tractor drawn "Mighty fine Enterprise! seed-"
men have put in trial plantingsof {(equipment provided by the County le.!='=" was reported among the CORNER OF SOUTH & HUGHEY STS.
clover! this season, accordingto Home, but the older childrendo early mid season oranges, withno '
Acting County Agent Joe N. ; the planting, hoeing and harvesting complaint on the juice con- PHONE 5627
Carpenter Hammers 1.75: up Busby. and help care for the tent. Parson Browns also were
Hand Saws 4.35 up cows and chickens.The bringing favorable acceptance.No .
Hark Saws 1.INI up I' Prison Farm has a 25-acre: plans were reported" in the
-lath Hainiiiers 2JMI Lupine Seed Planted truck garden, ISO! chickens and Dol and area among packinghouses EXCLUSIVE DEALER FOR ADELPHI PAINTS
> T' SjndiST' nPI! StarlMAR1 ) '
Je r "E' "
"EFFECTO" ASBESTOS; SIDING four, cows but concentrates on to operate on the seven
the Prt-W l2'=e q. fe. ANN <\ :More than a raising hogs, with 150 at the pros day week, as authorized for the
Lute"- REeI".N I Buff Siding million pounds of blue lupine cnt time. pre-t'hrislmas trade by the Florida Plenty of Free Parking Space for Our Customers
; i seed have been planted bv lack- "
Lit.A Red" Buff "'e haven't bought any pork Citrus (Commission.In .
tl. S>.c ft. son i ounrv farmers this season since before the said;
_ _sq._ war Supt. the truck trade more Individual
f ounrv Ageni .1 I IV Malone re '
VII Hodnett.
that when
adding buyers
See us for jour DRY LIMBER OF were retorted
AIL KINDS, Including OAK portsINSURANCE hogs are butchered the meat is but they are taking" smaller *
FLOORlNCi and KNOTTY PIEPANEL See the many attractive put in a local frozen food locker quantities| on each shipment.
Photo-Greeting Card designs 'until! it is needed either at the --,---
available this year. For PIRE- AUTOMOBlUeUITCI.ARY 1''-icon Farm or the other Institu-

horizontal or vertical negatives. *W RETY BO N OSD'NEIULEEi 'ions
0- Envelopes Io match. County Agent F. K. Baet/- Auto Glass & Channels

Prompt service,os usual,her., man assists! the three institutions !
\ Orange at Railroad with advice. on agricultural
Brown's Camera Shop COMPUTE INSURANCE.SElVltErMONl matters and on occasionhas Complete Store Front Construction
Phone 41.19.: 4SOO-30X METCALF aOC been able to obtain plantsor -
110 X. Orange Tel. 4772
.. animals for them.
- -- -- --
Sugar cane grown at the Prison BESSERt
Farm this year for example Tops
was obtained" without cost to theroiintv
from one of the State
.. Agricultural Experiment Stations Mirrors Resilvered-Mirrors Made To Order
Baetzman also assisted t 1
Prices Start 157.50
the county in getting six heifers t

ccl c.ceoc e'c ,lat lons'Spring herds: to add to the institu- Glass Blocks

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OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 8 A. M.-11 P. M. 'YOU'D HAVE THOUGHT THEY'D- -- BUST-A- GUSSET'- -- ----- 79MERrcANEEa5 --.... 20c PARK ALL DAY 20c



[IAPJ] Laugh ithe price line by laying more in r rI "Therein it is related of Daniel E ,
1905 South Orange Blossom Trail. You'd have thought Congresswas I November than ever before. I and his associates that after a10dav P I
... .....pr.te variety of Iresb traits d vegetables.Installed a. II RESIDENTIALLIGHTING
Ceatral.n.rtd.'J. going to bust a gusset !I "Madam hen, I salute you," he : diet of pulse and water II j II

For all the aerkms bqtlness declared. "You have something!their countenances appeared fair- I k FIXTURES e .

taken up In the special session I to cackle about . Some may I er and fatter in flesh than all the<5>I I

legislators found enough merriment accuse you of sitting down on i children which did eat the por- had Biblical backing for its: pro- Select your fixtures with
in high; price. Ed Fanlejr the job but no one can accuse.tion of the king's meat I Iposal that pulses be Chipped to // indiiduahtdistinction
and related topic to fill a radio ( '
I Rag; .writer'* filing Cabinet. you of laying" down on the job- ''I' "Thus the State Department I [taly." H 1 and design for good light
?4 HourService I or can they -- - -- - -- .
Ren. Scott (R..Pa.J] scored highon | But when it came to the hen's

Anywhere the Congressional gigglemeter ,husband Rep. Murray [RUisl. ]nang. Rnob your '
with his take-off on a butter- complained: Tender TURKEYS order w U: Electric Co.
for rhnctMilk
voiced radio announcer I "The price of roosters all
mas So
I. "Do high prices trouble you? through the Midwest is very low. Fed orders acIressed n F Church St -:. Phone 51J6
1932 Are you inflation dizzy Do you They sure have not anything to ! ORLANDO FISH AND POULTRY .pl.d Toes after
Eat. !suffer from congestion of unpaid i crow about if they are bringingfrom FREE ..in d.th. --- -- ---- --
Erg W Church St. Ph
NATURAL GAS FOR ',bills Is there an empty feelingin seven to 10 cents a pound
your pocketbook I Legislators got enlightenmentalong
I ""'a it! You, too, can be a suc- with their laughter. Somebody -
YOUR HOME OR BUSINESSFASTER .cess. Join the happy family of discovered that this country $10.00 PER DAYAND
those in the know. Get on the proposed to ship "pulse' to
COOKING I Truman administration side-th Italy and asked what pulses

SILENT SERVEL REFRIGERATION (inside. Learn Government secrets ,were Nobody knew offhand. MORE EARNED BYSECTIONIZERS
gamble in grain, speculate "Probably something that
ECONOMICAL WATER HEATING in the market! |comes from Brooklyn," suggested .

MODERN AIR CONDITIONING I "You too can be a millionaire. Rep Rankin, a little obscurely
1 e CLEAN HOME HEATING For further details, see Ed Pau- :
lev"That With evident satisfaction. Rep
set the Democrats digging I Buck [R-N1 1 later informed the
Natural Gas and Appliance Co. for counter-quips |Mississippian that he was wrong J
Pulses, Buck said are edible
The Panley matter" taunted I AT OUR CANNING PLANT
ORLANDO SANFORD seeds of peas, beans, and suchlike
Rep. Rankin ED.Miss.1[ on the Palatial
1243 N. Orange Are. FU. State Bank Bide "eemH to have awakened the and he added:

Phone 4678 Phone 1252 Rip Van Winkles! of the Republican "For the benefit of the Jtrntlf'man I
t Party from their 20 I fl"Omlis"i..illlli.; | | who S. S. FLORIDA
'Yf'aNi of peaceful slumber . often quotes) the liihleith) I We Guarantee
It seem! to hare inspired! a ; such effectiveness, I refer him
revival of righteousness! thatIs to chapter one of the Hook of Overnight from MIAMI, leaving 7 P. M. everyMondayWednesdayFriday Good Pay While You
almost 20 yearn overdue." I Daniel I Are

r And when Sen Taft (R-Ohiol Learning
IY declared that Pauley, special. HU FACE WAS
A f'JrAUTylF i
Assistant to the Secretary of MARRED OYCROSS A Delicious Dinner breakfast entertainment and a comfortable -
berth are yours (in each direction) at no extra mss
PREACHER the Army, bought 500.000 poundsof eyes .when you travel the "FLORIDA" way to exciting HAVANA WHITE WOMEN
CELL WE TOMORROW, lard last September, Democratic Paris of the Americas." Colorful romantic: Havana is the
BACK Leader" Barkley of Ken j different vacation spot! Return sailings every Tuesday
Marriage careers await
TO CAN'T tacky shot back: Thursday or Sunday at 7 P. M. APPLY AT PLANT OFFICE
the girl with good looks.
NONEy :-
VAt.UES g4TO "That ought to be enough lardto Don'tletcrosseyescountyou Plan now to enjoy this restful zestful overnight voyage or:
i MISS grease" !'; the Republican campaign I I;r out. Reconstruct the Luxury Liner S. S FLORIDAI MONDAYS THRU FRIDAYS
wheels. (Laughter] I >on Method often successful $
While both Houses juggled the in ONE DAY.Safe ROUND TRIP FARE, ONLY 46. ptus taxesOCCIDCNTAt Citrus Growers Assn. '..
President's. and the Republicans professional treatment; 6000 successes. Plymouth
'. cost-of.living proposals. e00xlEF wdh Utt mformahnn Os
E tfl fl
.Da I Rep Mathews (IRNJ] did a solo this Non Prol Institution. Write: :loII.I": :'1J.111 t:' .... PLYMOUTH, FLORIDA

r turn CROSS ETI FOUNDATION '1111I:tr.." "'11:;..
"The President philosophyfor I 101 GRAHAM (IDG.JACKSONVillE fLORIDA :
curing inflation while Ignor-
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Ing the causes reminds me of -
the woman who eats and eats
prows fatter and fatter, then A'I
b looks at herseif in the mirror ,1
'Goodness, gracious this is
had This is dangerous. Something 'I
must!' be done about it MONDAY NITE, TOO OPEN TILL 9!
Quick. daddy, run out and buy .
e me a tighter J girdle! ''
But high numbers proved too s- 100 ONLY. LOVELY, 100% J
much for Sen. Tobey (R-NHI.]

P who told his colleagues: VIRGIN WOOL, WARM | $

"The other day when a gentleman
.M ,Ul,ltyA UTART appeared before our
committee. and talked! in termsof
trillions, I aid: 'Hold! Enough BLANI KETS
Congress has just got
:- used to talking in terms of
/ ,- ifp.IO billions. Forget about tril 7 .lust look at 'mi': Big i; 72" x HI. Weighs; 4 llw, Guaranteed
qi 'f lions.'" o y against; inolli-datiiaze; for 5 Ions: }'earV Slight imperfections '
' %, # .; ; in liiiMnias "Iutc, >gold:; blue and (
Rep Brehm JR-Ohiol r 1 wantedit
2 WEST R01INSQN AVC. aeasw, '+ tti.
:FLA,. known that the hens of thiscountry -
O.BOX 2269 PHONE 2-17Ji;: ORLANDO._
did their part in holdingS
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