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 28, 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
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075053
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System ID: UF00079944:00268
 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Morning sentinel
Succeeded by: Orlando sentinel (Orlando, Fla. : 1953)

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I I today the Florida pictures weather for.t finding below ITT.L e man's.Sunshine it.IE.slightly.story SUNSHINE. State as warmer.,he with grinned Central That'at 1 \\lCb t U nb ap en t tne' I _- tar State Sports Real IN Estate YOUR Pages, Page SENTINEL-STAR Page 8-10 23 7 Radio Theaters Grove g.TODAY.R. fg fag Page*24-25 27 26

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

NO. 75. Telephones: 4161 or 3-1681 ORLANDO. FLORIDA. DECEMBER 28. 1947 Telephones: 4161 or 3-1681 THIRTY-SIX PAGES

i j--- U''I'm of White I 1 1 ''Florida's

Dreaming' a . North Digs Out Tangerine Prices

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M r I Of Snow Bog; Record Spectacular IncreaseAn

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p. f4 Deaths Hit 51 O

z'. < '. -,' An Invitation Hard To Decline! j Northern Marts

tl I By Tie Assoc a J ed Pre'sl J

The North Atlantic Sea- I

4 t ; A? board last night continued to Yo atg }Seen Cleaned Up

dig its way out of Friday'sgreat r5 T

:, : snowfall which sifteda Ad5

blanket of flakes up to 30
i At Holiday Close
b ipq inches in depth from Washington -

fv I to New England, left 51 as

w dead and 0 L '. r [ PI The Acsooso;. are::.s l
persons A a (o ,.
r crippled in its wake. F A spectacular jump in priceof
". SI 1.64 for Florida
The heaviest fall was 30 Inches

p! H recorded at Long Branch week featured a market

Y W X. J? and New York City had which otherwise began showing
!d.8 inches after the 15-hour: '

storm went its way northeastward signs of post-Christmas
i { the Atlantic toward sluggishness.
\- over y
_. _. .. _.. / 1 4 t in
I -' ---- --'--" ---- -- --- ---- -- - -- I Canada's maritime provinces. l r,10 Florida tangerines brought an

SIDEWALKS OF NEW YORK BECOME PATHS IN SNOW! Autos parked on a West Side street t: I I Deep show and drifts covered o t n4 e
and fire escapes and handrails of stoops bear their burden of snow during the blizzard that i Northern New Jersey Eastern three-fifths bushels at !\orthernfruit

I struck New York recording the heaviest single day's precipitation in the history of the metro Pennsylvania, Southeastern New 4 7 a 84.06 the auctions week, before.compared with

politan area. The record 25.8 inch snow paralyzed much of the city's transport and virtually York, Connecticut, Rhode Island 1
erased traffic from its normally teeming streets. There were at least 51 deaths in the Eastern -- ta9 t I With a packing and chipping

Seaboard area attributed to the storm. Champion Five Hours Late! I holiday in force! for the next

__u___ few days, Northern marketsare
n ?- Fire-hour lateness here yesterday
to be
expected cleaned up
of the West Coast when the
holiday expires Xew
r' Champion was not definitely f Years Day.California.
.. charged at the ACIj railroad ', fta.RC
station to New York's record oranges also showed
a gain of 13 cents to $4.50 but
I snow. I S 1 j Florida 15
oranges dropped cents
"We don't understand the
,. < to $3.05.
lateness of trains said the
-.. ; < who answered the Indian River orange prices
n man phone. I
II declined sharply from $4.13 to
Due at =2 p.m. the Champion
ItIi arrived in time to poll out at t3 / $3.75 while theso-called, "intenor" -
l I also
oranges slumped
; 7:15: p.m. I pI
j SaAN5v 11 Florida cents to $2.78.
and Western Massachusetts. tatJSt grapefruit slipped 12
try with the New York metropolitanarea i cents to $3.06 while Texas grapefruit
showed a small jump of a
the hardest hit.
nickel to $2.37.
,1t For New York City, the snow I M
This week's citrus shipmentsas
fall was the heaviest on record,
reported by the State Inspection -
eclipsing the famous blizzard of
wi Bureau totaled 921
1838 when 20.9 inches fell and +
boxes against 1,683,614
F w was whipped into huge drifts bya I 1 1367 I 4'S last week.

high wind. j This week's shipments were

J The storm's aftermath included 176,479 boxes of grapefruit: 572-

serious fires in Portland, Me., 748 of oranges; and 175440 of
..1.1iQ Philadelphia, and York Pa., i i tangerines.

..: where firemen were hamperedby Season's totals were 3,167,032

....- ._- snow-clogged streets. All boxes of grapefruit 6,375,952
1 New York City firemen were Fair And Mild- boxes of oranges and 45,576 boxesof
$ '. kept on 24-hour duty in what officials Holy Land War Orlando Sales tangerines for totalof
: a grand
i) ,'. : :' ._ . ::.'.. ,'., 15551nljif i, i
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Peril Out
c. ,. termed the Frost i .
----. ::... :: .....:.;'-< ' :>'''' 'm ... ., :-::-::-... I "gravest iI 10,876,729 boxes.Greek

.. ,NEW YORKER BRUNO SCHMIDT takes off on a ski-run down Fjfth Ave., past a maroonedauto i emergency"; in the fire departwent -I I By The Assooofed Press] iI'I

t during the snowstorm that buried the cityunder the heaviest'' single day's fall ever recorded : s J -ust.cry. ICIaims 17 More Federal State Frost Warning I Record BrightRy Reds

in the metropolitan area. I At bus one time, all New York f I Service forecast fair skies and

City transportation was at mild temperatures today for
H a standstill, and suburban I JERUSALEM [API Hagana, all Florida districts. A. RHODES CONKLIN JR. Rout 44,000

I trains stalled marooning: passengers i the Jewish defense army, lashed ;, The Service's: last bulletin [The Su-Kta-) Sent.nei-Star. Staff Wnter' ]

-'f in many instances.Air ! I retail sales picture is rosy reinforcements destroyed more
travel in and out of New i! Palestine's sputtering communalI "Lowest temperatures over i in Orlando and environs as in than half a dozen guerrilla

York ceased completely for I warfare claimed 17 more lives- coldest ground locations other parts of the nation.A I strongpoints last night In a drive

.P I many hours, and trains to and 110 Arabs and seven Jews. Gainesville, Upper East Coast survey of business establishments to open the road to besieged
from other of the and Orlando districts, 32 to 36 I
parts countrywere j yesterday revealed Konitsa
i The day's killings brought to where front dispatches
T 2 a air delayed in arriving and departing 3S6 the Associated Press death I degrees with scattered light that sales had been on the up- reported 44,000 refugees sought

__ Trains from New York |i count in Palestine since the Nov. frost. ward march during the year, shelter from the fire of Communist -
were as much as 12 hours late 29 United Nations decision to I "Temperatures will be 36 degrees with increases in dollar totals I 66-millimeter guns.

i* I in arriving at Chicago. partition Palestine. The tally for I or higher with no frost ranging from estimates of eightto I Under cover of darkness the

Deliveries of fuel, food and the entire Middle East was 507. danger all other districts. 25 per cent. Government rushed more troops
merchandise. completely stoppedby I No end to the ruthless bloodshed "Future temperature out- Some of the mt'rcbantsT4'rt" 'and heavy arms into the snow-

the blocked streets in New was in sight.Palestine | look: cool tomorrow and Tues reluctant to admit enthusiasm!; 'I I covered highlands of Epirus for

t York and nearby communities police in their first] day mornings but no frost but almost to a man said' that j' a massive assault at dawn ,the

__ I, had only begun to trickle under public count of casualties, said danger." total sales for 1917 had substantially ', advices added.
priority restrictions last night 316 persons had died since Dec. I exceeded those recorded i The Reds hung doggedly to

a Additional ambulances to augment 1, but added all deaths may not in 1916. I I their remaining roadblocks as

the small number in op- have been reported to them. I The WeatherORLANDO Clarence A. Johnson. president ]! part of their strategy to seize
eration in New York's boroughswere Violence actually began Nov. 2:). of the Orlando Retail Merchants,I'Konitsa near Albany as the

a supplied by the Army In action Ha AND VICINITYFair Assn. said that in his 35 yearsin "capital" of their shadowy new
yeMerdaj's a
Ma Nay and Red Cross and i business he had never seen "free state."
i ,
I snow : slowly rising temperatures -
4 gana; striking:; force raided the
retail sales in the holiday season
removal efforts were directed Arab tillage:; of Silwan on the I through tomorrow.
11 at clearing vital areas first as famed Mount of Olives police reach such proportions. Communists Gird
the war-time Civilian Defense said. Torahs were killed I I He declared that the lush holi--

Corps was called for voluntary Cracker Jim Sez: day season enjoyed by a majority -
upon t"o4'r4' wounded and firehouses *I of businesses in the city i For Aid Plan War

Edward: shovel J. Devlin duty. presidentof 1 were destrojed.Hagana I Ole Squire Larkin says this indicated an over-all increase for I PARIS [API) Well-informed

a large New York funeralconcein clashed with 10 armed here coolish snap: is jest in time the j-ear. bearing out reports on political sources said last night
-- -- Arabs in a house in the strife so that he can butcher them hogs ; the national score. '!Communists are preparing a
-DRIVER-ADJUSTS THE FEEDBAG for his horse during a luncheon respite from delivery estimated that some I torn area between Tel Aviv and I what he turned loose in that Johnson said the retail trade I I new coordinated move againstthe ;
I 300 funerals had to be postponed. !; chew fer of hisin rite after I IThanksgivm.
rounds at the height of New York's snowstorm. Jaffa and the body of an armed I patch Marshall Plan m France,
,: I was lookin at [Continued on Page 2, Col. 1]
Arab found after the
was firing I Italy, Greece, Turkey and Austria
The New York Sun yesterday !(' ceased. them rascals a few days ago an I I and the French Government
emblazoned the official weather I they was as slickan
f i ii i
Escapee Is Caught is expecting the action to beginin
t i, forecast in this banner headline' shiny as a fresh --

across the top of its page 1: Anti-Red Students washed pup an i< In Mother's Home I [March.In Munich. Dr. Rudolf Paul,

II' "U. S. Weather" Forecast: No Riot In Turkey i iI j their like tails a was watch curled i WAUPIN, Wis. [lAP] Roman former minister president of
More Snow. I
I I [Roy) Franken. 22 who escaped
[ The : Thuringia, said he was forcedto
Other eastern cities, less' I I spring. squire from the State Prison here'
UPIanti-Communist !' they are :, flee the Russian zone because
hard hit nevertheless' struggled ;- I says iSa Christmas morning: with a well- he advocated the Marshall
10.000 led students plumb an .:
by .
to ; angry i prime I '
; restore normal traffic I
timed o\er-the-wall break was
that he's shore Plan.]
and clashed with police and firemen I to
9 public services jammed by i returned to a cell yesterday. He!
I the yesterday in a pitched street bat have some fresh hog jowl an
1 snow.Most tie which forced the resignation | peas on that New Year's dinner walked into a police trap at the, Missing B-29 With
of the of ;
rest the nation I table. Hits a fact that iffen !! home of his mother in :Milwaukee -
of five PoI youdon't
was free of : university professors.
precipitation yesterday start a new year off with early :yesterday morning. Eight Aboard Sighted
lice and firemen the
: except the Pacific Northwest mob from attacking prevented the Soviet I them kind of vittuls you wont |I I KETCHIKAN Alaska [CPI) A
coastline where rain felL have no real good luck the bal- B-29 superfortress missing since
embassy. I II 1 Kills Policeman
I The eastern snow area had the ance of the ;year. He says he's Negro Tuesday when it took off on a
i coldest temperatures, with the gonna have em all butcherd Jail
i an Wounds Two In flight over the North Pole has
8 Train Kills Rail Vet
t bulk of the 'I salted down fore that starts i,
; country enjoying moon '
been the northern
sighted on
warmer than seasonal weather. i i| BIRMINGHAM [UPJ Roy W. wanin too fast.SixDay .
: Stone, 77. retired locomotive engineer ; Negro prisoner, James Taylor, j Seward Peninsula by rescue
!'! with 53 :years of service I shot and killed police officer j planes according to a brief mes-
New Anglo-Soviet 1, in the cab. was struck and killed I Weather Chart Grady :Martin and wounded two sage received at Ladd Field here

ct Trade Pact Signed here last night by a fast pas- 1 others last night in the jail be- yesterday.

i' senger train as he crossed the CENTRAL FLORIDA 1947-1948 fore one of the officers killed I
LONDON I JAP] An Anglo- SoViet tracks. him. Sgt. G. M Bailey was critically -
1 trade 28 29 30 3f / 2 3Y Italy's Signed
agreement providingfor wounded and Officer R S.
barter of Russian grain for !i 'I 1 i! Bellemy was slightly wounded in ROME [AP] Pres. de Nicola
: -
1 British machinery was signed 'Quake at Chattanooga the exchange of gunfire. signed the constitution of the
last night in :Moscow the Boardof i CHATTANOOGA I API 1 Ai 10; Catc FAM Fait j f per Italian Republic yesterday in the
slight earth tremor was reported z6 zTt I library of the Palazzo Giustml-
aar..rr" Trade
,. .... irtt announced. a Oil Refinery Center
; in a number of telephone calls'to '

HOME-BOUND CARS AND PACKED BUSES are hopelessly-tied up at -the; heih--f; -the' snowstorm ; i 1947 eeentbft1947 j' the Chattanooga Times last Rocked by Explosion ani.Charter

Broad St. Newark's main New night but no personal or property I PHILADELPHIA UPI An
I along artery. Jersey counted at least 12 dead as a result .. ( ) explosion tf
of the storm. s.. ]4n .... ill ,s., IFe Jd2S damage was recorded. I rocked a Gulf RefiningCo. '
I I ITonight's LOCAL TEMEI .TUHES boiler plant last night. ,t.MIVLANcr.lU5INESS. .4'H'
Recorded by U S. Weather Bureau at 1 I PlWUIE
I I l
The blast shook the immediate
Movies Municipal AlrJ>on' :

Airliner Hits Three II I Fires, Fed By Storm, Family Of Five 29 30 31 I I BEACHAM-Road to Rio. 1:10, 3.18 5.26. 1 a.m.Maximum_.__._ 46 W.,Minimum" 1 pm. 42__nn 63 ,area. heart of the city's refinery ServiceVai .c
7 34 9 42 I 2 m. 43 2pm. 65 district. There was no immediate -
Houses; Eight Killed I Cause $300,000 Loss Die Gas Fumes I : _===== '' ====_ n
By ROXYRoad to Rio. 1.10 3:18. S 26. 3 m. 44 3 p m 64 report of casualties.
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Mexico I API) A twin- PORTLAND. Me. [AP) Two WEYMOUTH, :Mass. tn. 43 I 8
I A P ] 1948January 1948 GRASD-The Bit Fix 120. 346. 6 12. I 5 a --- I p.m. -- I
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eng ned Paninl Airlines plane I fires one of which threatened Five members of I 8'38. also Stepchild 2 26. 4 52. 7:18.: 9'44. II a.m. 43 I 6 p.D1. -
Weymouth VOGUE The Unfaithful. 320. 640. 7 a.m. _____ 43 I 7 P... ______ 55, Flying Brothers Crack Up v :
crashed four blocks from the' AM JMTta hid TO. m JM ______
to explode stared chemicals destroyed 8 a.Dl. 43 8 p.m------- 51
family 1
were found dead 10 00 The Brasher Doubloon. 2:08: 5:28.
Leon I 848. \\I am. ____ 47'I\ pm. __'n. 48 NEW RICHMOND. Wis. (IUP1A ) WIREPHONE35 HOWEY
puhlicsquare yesterday' a big waterfront coal -asphyxiated by illuminating .".w 23 CAilEO-Nor PrentIsS. 2 OO. 3:58. 5 18. to>> a m nn 52 10>> P Dl. __Un 49! light plane crashed three
killing eight persons!' seriously Plant and 2." foot 7 24 8 12 11 am------- 57 11 pm. 49
a stockyard in their home.
gas They _. ;
Noon 60 UtdnUbt 411 miles from here vesterday. kill
RIALTO-Tlw Show-Off 2'15. 504. 7:45.: ------ GRI FFIN110
Injuring 10, and destroying three 1 stable yesterday in a howling were: Carl Voight 45.:>>: Esther; his 45678910) 1000 also That 5 Mr Gal 1 10, 3.55. 6.40 "-\,. ing Pilot Robert Bunge.: 26 and de j'
houses. !
Three of the dead were 1 i northeast storm with a loss of: wife; their daughters. Elva 22. 9 IS 5. his brother,I .
t residents of the wrecked houses.!approximately $300,000. I Lorraine, 20 and Ethel 17. 11121314151617 7.54 COLONY 9 52-Desire Me. 2.00. 3.58. 56 i Additional weather inform- 1 I seriously injuring ._: \Htiis '.
.I Dmatork Club. I.30. 10 00. ation will be found on Page 2. Harold 27.

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2 h? 'un&41Y: firnlinrl.&tar Telephones: 4161 or 3-1681 Orlando Florida December 28, 1947 Loyalty Board

f i Wallace AskedTo

Tides-Tempera Planning Rules
Orlando Sales

Daytona Beach TODAY'S and .N TIDES.w Smyrna Y $: Run CIO
Tides Hub 7:55 am. ':17 p.m.: low By
To Check Reds
am 2:08 p. m ,
Cocoa attach Tides: Huh 8,OS a m., Y
Record BrightContinued pm sebastIan: low 1:30 Inlet am.Tides 2 18: p High m. 8,00 WASHINGTON [fUP] The DETROIT [APJ Henry A.
8 22 low 1'25 am. 2.08 p m i
: pm. Wallace
Sun Phases: Rues 7.15, seta 538. Loyalty: Review Board last' night was urged to run for

[ from Page One] TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE a bid down detailed rules for Gov- s >7f President yesterday by a groupof

WASHINGTON. [lAP Weather ernment agencies to follow to I ;, xa CIO local union officials.
port of temperatures for the 2t hour
boom of the holiday season was
tug Ii pmAlpena kicking out Communists Fascists A telegram to Wallace said
due in part at least to a sub Hgh High
\ Wl "only with you as a candidate
of the Orlando 35 Melbourne 66 ", and fellowtravellersBoard
stantial growth Asheville t8 27 Memphis 1\8\ to bring out the people's note
trading area-and he said that Atlanta 58 30 Meridian. 69 r asi Chm. Seth Richardsontold will the election of
AU'Due City 38 29 Miami lit a progro-su
the Central Florida trading area a press conference that the '
Birmingham 60 26 Mlnn-5t Paul 30 Congress become possible;:;
was "without doubt" as substan- Boston 30 2t Mobile 67 rules are designed to foster an
I,Buffalo 3t 26 Montgomery 62 effective Federal check I The telegrama* made
tial as any in the State. Burlington 22 18 New Orleans 67 Loyalty
J. A. Slade president of the 'Charlotte 52 23 New York 3t a a'al and at the same time to'protect public by James Cou er. financial -
College Park Businessmen'sAssn. Chattanooga Chicago 56 42 23 24 Oeala Norfolk 43 65 a ac civil rights of the Governments j secretary of Ford Local
., was enthusiastic in his Cincinnati t6 20 P..naaeola. 59 2 million civilian employees 600 of the CIO United Auto
Cleveland 33 24 Phtladelphia 37 "I don't know if have sole di Workers Wallace yeas asked
acclaim of the sales record run Dallal 14 36 PhoenIX 17 we ; r C4 s.
merchants in that section Denver 69 27 Pittsburgh 31 ed the problem." he said "1 to run on an independent
up by Duluth 26 15 I re ::itMe as'A don't know if the ticket.
during the past 12 months. He ,El Paso 62 26 problem can
,Fort Worth 7' 36 I St LoUIS 58 he solved. But these rules have
trend The
also that the upward
said ,GalnltoD lit 42 : SaD Antonio 12 names of approximately
reflected the growth in this Hou'toll 72 36 1 Seattle 51 been carefully worked out Theyrepresent 4 : 40 presidents and secretaries and g
I.JacltliOnyme 62 40 San Fr'nc1aco 49 our best effort "' a
Kansas City 55 33 I 1 Savannah 62 3 : I other officers of local Clue
area.Kenneth Hill, president of I Key West 68 62 ( Tallahassee 64 3t i Richardson said he and the : ; ._ I unions appeared on Confer; ; announcement -\.
Knoxville 52 24 I Tampa 66 x
the Colonialtown Businessmen'sAssn. I Little Rock: 70 35 i Vicksburg 69 othf'r1 Hoard mf'mh..rs-thf' as sponsors of the
., tempered his remarks .Los Angeles 83 58 (! Washington 42 s a I -ourt of last recoil in the loyalty / telegram.
i Louisville 54 23 I Wilmingtonthe
with the observation that he dritr-had had "rather a )
could not speak for all merchantsin I hot potato handed to us." ire y REACHING
but that it could foremost forces behind /4 WANT-ADS
his section,
favorable sales increases He said he had a "hatred of / When you place your Want-
be denied that estab--
not lishments had enjoyed many better I the past 12 months.In witch-hunts", but he defended Ad with the Sentinel.Star we

business during 1947.A 1945 the retail market the Government's right to move _la. ., f JJJ. give you both papers for the
of Orlando's was set at $52 million. In against disloyal employes. price of one insertion. Not
manager of one noted it increased to $66 million. "No person has an inherent or DEPUTY PETE WITCHER questions Eugene Earp, 26, escaped only that-we give ypu, sure

that largest business department of his stores firm had dictions are that for 1947 it ; constitutional" right to public kidnaper from the California State Prison Camp at Escondito, results by placing your ad before
reach the unprecedented high employment the Board aid, Cal Earp and 56000! families in Central
arrested after
: been the best in 17 :years. He a companion were a three.hour
said that more than 100 employes $75 million. & Y employment" is a privilege gun-battle following a wild-ride through the California country- Florida
Orlando better 1.. Dial 4161
had been added to the sales staff The .u side, during which three persons were abducted by the pair

:. during the holiday season and 1947 was on the a State par and with I FILM ACTRESS ARLINE JUDGE (aboveI] yesterday was sued for I I only to be later released unharmed. ASK tot ant-Ads

that total sales would approach as throughout reported by Associated divorce by her sixth husband, Henry J. "Bob" Topping Jr, [also GOP More
a 60 cent increase over last Maps :
i per
: Americans spent twice as I above] of Greenwich, Conn., on charges of intolerable cruelty. Benefits Are SeenIn
year.The money in retail stores in Topping, whose brother, Daniel Reid Topping was divorced by
said that i i I i It
spokesman I as they did in 1941, when Miss Judge in 1940, alleged in his petition that the unidentified -
sales had totaled I I I
December the 1929 peak for Social ScienceCHICAGO
topped Price Cut PlansWASHINGTON
more than wa rung up for first time. rf'f acts of cruelty started May 1, the day after they were : i
the name store for the entire I Florida's Christmas married. [AP] Dr. George D.

year In 113%. story was a bright one. I I [API The Sen- Stoddard, president of the University -

Still another department store Only a few cities- ate Republican Policy Committee of Illinois, last night pre-
manager said that December Beach among them- Air Forces List New Planes will consider' further anti-in- dicted that "the greatest scien
sales had been the greatest in decrease in retail purchases flation. proposals-along with a
volume of any single month in pared with last year.A WASHINGTON [UP] The Air I], be stepped up in fi-cal 1918-4 raft of other Congressional! is- tific victories of all time will 1-+ Today a

the entire history of the store. survey showed: I Force last night listed the jet i to nearly double the present! sues-when it meets; early next come in the social sciencesinthe t -
Particularly enlightening to Daytona Reach-An and super-bomber lenI.i month. Sen. Taft [R-Ohio] saidyestl'rrlay. study of man and his works."
fighter types
in Orlando trading I I MONEYSAVINGSALE
the sales picture measurable increase" in
these figures, andthey sold :on which it said U. S. air power I i i Nearly all of these planes were | "The history of crime, insanity,
area are I her of items was designed during the war. In- Taft chairman of this committee poverty and war is the history ;-
too serve to reveal one of by If'rehant.sso.. Pre :would be based during the next I I is exciting news!
I formed air force quarters said and a candidate for the of our failure to solve'; the problems -
- -- -- W. McFarland. I decade before supersonic planes I they will constitute the bulk of Republican presidential nomination of human behavior," he
and guided missiles become
Gainesville Retail I I American air'power for the next outlined a heavy sched- told members of the American t i
WAIIIO![)) ( ) about the same as last. standard weapons.Contracts written for 17 new'types ale for possible! action in the .'\bsn for the Advancement of

Jacksonville-Yule total 1,150 planes. These ex-ports I new session of Congress.:; Sc.ence. Through science mann That's why we want to tell the world
ran about the same as last ,,
sonic and missile
plane guided av yet understand his own behavior -
REPAIR SERVICE Miami-Buying was types range from high speed jet He talked to reporters while "
Call/ ..Scott at even" as compared with fighters to the mighty: B-36 super- I era of air warfare. the Capital awaited the expected. mechanism SEARS
-- mid-winter
mas of last year. bomber with its 10.000-mile)( ( combat i if reluctant, signature of Pres.
DIVI1"c A 0 x1618 Miami] Beach-Retail range and bomb-carrying: capacity Tax Consultants Truman on the GOP anUInflaI,I
356 N. Orange I were about 10 per cent off rf'I of 10.000 pounds. I I tion bill. This bill is based on vol- ,

- year's volume. Informed !service quarters To Get Bulletins untary to divide agreements supplies and by industry facilitiesto SALE CATALOG is here !
St. Petersburg-Volume believe production orders will i ii I
OWES "14 It's Swght i '
COlT .n Time W.L6AN well above last year, with I i ----I iI II' i Bulletins on new tax developments short hold of down Mr. Truman's prices and requests.is far I Ii II Prices slashed in
Pinnc. mates of increase ranging are every departmentCome
will be pent
It"I6Mauntent 40 cent I' tailers generally expected: eustonirrs registered Meanwhile, House leaders in- I
per to continue spending members of the Florida Assn. of dicated top places will he givento i I II
L... Dut. 4thFl. chain at a fast", clip at least duringthe Public Bookkeepers and Tax tax reduction, extension of I I It in to Sears Catalog Sales Department today -
biggest department "
II.vatw. early part of 1918.I rent controls and n I slash' in Gov- to shop from the big Mid-winter SALE Cata
I IKears-Roeburk] said Consultants. the board of direc-
> Air C.nditi.a.d. bOl'ln..s"'a... about the !' I But the merchants' optimismis ernment spending: to supplementthe t log. See for yourself how much you can SAVE on
tors decided yesterday at a meeting "voluntary .. -
action" .
FIRST NATIONAL BANK as last year, with more tempered with caution, AP in Hotel AngebiltBarney of the legislation : '", all the things you need for your family and your
special session. -
raw F.4 ralCHARLES D.etet ta.Ra.i. Gr..rai.. taken in but fewer |said. They do not expect sales J. Cohen, president, home. Courteous assistance.
tions. I volume to soar above 1917's high I Rustic Sty'le-light
!said'; that after the 19IS primary
Tampa-The Cigar City level but speak instead of a pos- Futile Rescue
K. ELDRIDGE D.S.C. I 'the organization expects to take Try
'the "biggest holiday season sible levelling off at the present 'a stand en tax issues affecting I Homart O.OQ P ,
AnnouncesTHE its history of retailing," said I I peak. They look at declining unit 'snail businessmen, preliminary Burns Woman 65 _
Trenton Collins of the ; volume coupled with rising dollar Friendly outdoor lantern; tenderized
OPENING OF AN OFFICE I discussion of which art
occupied di : cut steel Urea against frosted glasspanels. '
[ DETROIT Firemen forcibly
FOR THE SPECIALIZED :chants: Assn. totals and turn their atten- rectors. [rAP] r RaM-proof finish.la.. high.
PRACTICE OF 1T S. department store tion to price.The removed Mrs. Frieda Lan- I l'ndentnteu' Approved ,
CHIROPODY AND FOOT 1917 continued the upward National Retail Dry Goods I dorf. 65, severely burned, from I 4I -

SURGERYat of the past seven years, AP Assn. in a recent special bulletin Ambassador's Slayer her blazing home yesterday after Sears ftckIt.q I
ported and rose'about eight I warned members that "public she rushed into the flames in a Orange at a h n t i
cent above the 1946 dollar resistance to prices is likely to ] Charged With Murder I futile effort to rescue her .--
GREXEO.COrRT I nephew. ---- gtwt .,
I p #u
But-customers!'; actually come in waves, and it is possible ..
STOCKHOLM [API Dist. At- ....
I I '' Leslie Cook. 7. her nephew AND ',
I was OVERNIGHT ." .. .
that when the .
11S-B PARK AVE, SOUTH less goods. Because of public re- trney Otto Meir said Giuseppe smothered to death by smoke. A ." ....,
the 1947 dollar bought less, covers from its spending spree war/ iII-
Capocci, 30! Italian citizen, was 'pulmotor failed to revive him. DAYTIME DELIVERYWhen r M".welt p
WINTER PARK FLORIDA unit volume of sales was I for Christmas giving we may encounter I charged last night with murder 'Firemen removed his body from a l lMit6x
lot of fresh resistance order mer-
slightly. a you
TELEPHONE 1136 for the Christmas
Day stabbingof -
the home after taken Mrs. -
I Throughout the nation I after the first of the year." I, Italian Ambassador Ricci. lie I.andorf out of the flames. chandise from Orlando ....--- -..:...
said Capocci's wife. found not to stores, specify quick, .._:a--
: have been involved, was freed safe delivery by Sentinel- amrrr... ; +w.
II I I'll I I last night. Suicide Makes Human Star Express, the Jack ..---..gt+aaAw..sr .....
I Line rs
Rabbit that leaves
Pyre Of Self By Oil ...
daily on schedule for 41 ..
II SPECIALS ii FALLS CIU'RCH. Va. [UP] Central Florida towns ,wtpaa -- fl tti01term
I Foursome Olive Blake. 61. a retired schoolteacher . Merchants -- tro SerSt
11:1II telephone ...
DELIVERY : ... 1.101 J
i formerly of Trenton, N. 6291 for Agent to call for ,.. .5- t L
!,! J., killed herself yesterday by merchandise.LJEX. .... ::::.........otdI
II':'I il' I Iti Plays Through,! pouring oil on her clothing and :....&. ...... / *w

READING, Pa. [AP] Twin lighting it Police found an oil 1MM-rar ::. ea..f. ]
several burned matches, and "
jug '
brides married twin
yesterday :
AGM 111:1 bridegrooms. Mary Jane Hoff- I a note indicating Miss Blake had etttillel'. tar ) ., .
been despondent because of ss1: Zlae Scat,
: master, 23, became Mrs. Mer- poor r 9m""t 4+w7
: rill R. Stoudt, and her twin, I health. =P"' B:5: .. I 4r8 I6c a ayyten t'a .

::1 Fern, wed his twin, Melvin, 27, ...a..llr.. &I..
OIL BURNING1SPACE :: in a double-ring ceremony at Aid Reaches Freighter /NM .M "NNM Orange and Washington Free Parkiag' Rear of Store
I St Mary's Episcopal Church. I BUENOS AIRES [AP] Maritime --

The Merrill R. Stoudts will sources said yesterday the
,, occupy the first floor of an North American freighter John FOR SALE -1101 W. PRINCETON AVE.
HEATERS apartment building while the Owen, which lost a propellor in
: Melvin R. Stoudts will live on South Atlantic waters, had been Y
the floor above. I reached by another freighter, the 4r :
Lord Delaware. |I r2remew.
; The finest in heat for the home. Will W<' : II I

heat a four or five room house with a xm.w UN Feeding 3 '/2 Million Kids ,; $

: the utmost
economy. I ,LAKE SUCCESS [AP] Some [ Italy, Poland and Romania, said
**'* million of Europe's hungriest in a statement, for child-feeding 4 ,
children are now getting some I in 1948. I ?c ,
I food through the United Nations! I Plans also are being made to
$79 5O International Children's Emergency get aid to some 290.000 French
j Fund, the agency reported children "for whom an urgent
i. yesterday. I appeal has been made." I

I i iy ., Children are now being fed In Aid also will be sent to children -Jq
,,:,',1 Austria Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia i in China and other Far
: ,1'1 Finland, Greece, Hungary, Eastern areas Pate! said. '
Italy, Poland and Rumania, said i Operations are being financedby
SPECIAL SAVINGS Maurice Pate, executive directorof contributions principally

the fund. : from governments, of approximately 1

; ON ALLELECTRIC I Food also has been shipped to $39 million. n yip8


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rj New Year's Eve PartyNo offer for sale our fine home built of the best materials. A lovely pre-war built house at

$249.95' VORS.No Minimum pre-war price. Reason for selling, moving into our Winter Park home. This beautiful home

GE & HOT POINT New Year's Breakfast has entrance hall, reception room, library, dining room, breakfast room, lounge porch, pantry

lavatory and toilet on first floor. Four bedrooms and glassed-in sleeping porch. sun deck,

I / HOTEL Midnight til ? two tiled baths, plenty of closets, solid oak floors throughout; Basement with furnace heat
! : Large attic. House insulated and air cooled by fan. Refrigerator and gas stove go with house.
I : 7 0Itt 9ae at In rear, 3-car garage and furnished apartment above. Grounds are beautifully landscapedwith (

I Store Hours 9 A.M. to 6 P.M. [ fountain and formal garden. Lot ITS' x 240'. Immediate possession Shown by appointment I

.I fif DINING ROOM only. Let your broker show you. Terms. This is a real buy. i

The Appliance Center 'SI 545 N. Orange-Phone 4552
Robert Carrigan, OWNER .

Ii l':' 8 E. Jackson St. Tel. 2-3736 Cor. S. Orange Ave. /

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GALLICO/ OFFERS HEARTH FLOOR SHOW I Orlando. Florida. December 28, 1947 \efor irunuau; 'tuti"tl-S-tar Telephones: 4161 or 3-1681 Pane- 3

I Night: Club Party At Home! .SHOE Guaranteed COLLEGE REPAIRING Workmanship I"ABIt- I DRe NERVE P. SPECIALIST D. NAPIER IJI and BLOOD vfc Health." TESTS Cards.for "5larriase 4.lIour DEPEND WITER: LETY'O CENTURY AND O'l; BURNERS I I Check Fires Statistics the doe TOOT Mast show to Insurance Xmas Hazardous that Decoration and Month Decemberis U.fat

I Machinery Repairs and ServiceOn OIL BURNING FURNACES .
New Factory CHIROPRACTOR Clinical and Research I I are fully covered
tr PAUL GALLICO i at that it's to out i 411 Standard Makes
cheaper go SHOE REPAIR SHOP Laboratory MAX T. RICHARDS
HI, there brother refugee from] and take your beating in a hotelor (tin S and< lOa Store] Complete X.ray Laboratory 108 E. Central Anno@ Rm to; }! ''!E'.t'S OFFICE MACHINES -Since 19Z3nu Geiger Mutual Ins. Agency
Christmas? What are you looking| nightclub with the rest of us. Floyd Wheeler Me' I 531 Cathcart SL :: : Phone S8U II* So Court St -:. Ph. 4544 I' N. ORA.'GE PHOaE z.J3OJ IK S. Orange Ave Phone CZU
Happy New Year! _COLLEGE PARK____ I i
so glum about? New Year's Eve

is still four nights away. Oh,
that's what's worrying you, that

with clambake the Missus you have at the scheduled El Stingo It's Values Like These That Make So Many Friends For Us .

Night Club at 25 silver dollars

will per head have, the and next what day.a head Yes.you sir I I See These Harmony House Carpets! Compare Them And

that's a brawny rap, half a C
inside the doors and
just to get
withing hailing distance of a You'll Join The Whole Town In Saying That At Sears

piece of golden chicken, a fugitive
from Charley Luckman's

conservation program.
L Cheer up, fellow victim We've
JI"- got just the thing you want Gal l

lico's brocure on How To EnJoy '
All The Discomforts less
good qualit"

Own Right First Night Home In Class Club Of Your or a + costs

Learn How You
Can Feel Just
As Terrible The
Next Day With-

out Step From Stirring Your a BROADFELT CARPET

Hearth Follow

the comfort.simple and directions be miserable Galliro in I t 1I L?!

For instance, see how easy it . H Illri
is to prepare the home for the a
celebration. Select the smallest
room in the house and start moving -
all the furniture from the ALL WML t FACE
rest of the house into it now, b
being careful to leave an area ,
two feet square in the center. I
Breathing space? Don't be naive.
That's the dance floor. You want I ? 9 FT. WIDE
to have a real night club New 1ftrt1
Year's Eve don't :you' Now close PT'ttj
all the windows and doors, Fli t
weather-strip them and stuff the .
SQ. YD95
cracks and start burning smudge : LHL [ .
.. pots. [These may be obtained fr I
9x 6 Feet 23.70
for a nominal sum at any whole- . . .
sale house supplying farm equipment ,
]. By next Wednesday night j
9x12 Feet. 47 40
. .
the air ought to be just right. .N.
Th' h t size carpet will do wonders for your room
Your own table and chairs will
want some preparation. Take .a 9x15 F net . 1.59.25
them to a carpenter shop and . make I it I look I larger, more luxurious. See these
have them cut down. If the table A.
holds more than an ash-try and 9x18 Feet. 71.10
two glasses, it's too big. If the 4 t All Wool Face Broadfelt Carpets and make your
chairs hold you, have them saw a S'' \ "Jo Room Too Large lo Cover!
ed In half. I a
1 i iO d 0 #> choice in vivid colors of Alpine Green, Dubonnet, or
To get that real night club \
enjoyment out of the eveningyou .
want to feel as though you ( w >' ,1 _ \ 0p 3 Pearl Grey. 9 feet wide, any length you desire. For
were sitting on a ridgepole.
I -
__. \
If jou're not saddle-sore in the
morning, jou've been cheated. I < \ every room in the house . for the office. Enrich

Now call up Central Casting I -
and get them to send over a hundred 1'' z"s ? your floors with the beauty of these colorful carpets.
or so extras to jam into e
the room. At $5 a head this runs
into a little money, but, heck,
you want a gay New Year's Eve,
don't you? :Music is cheaper. If
Petrillo isn't watching you, plug Rug Department-2nd Floor
In three radios, turn each one S.
to a different dance band and
give 'em full volume. Seven fellows -
who can be engaged at $2 I
an hour to beat on plates with ----, r #
knives and spoons are enough to r TABLE LAMP OF
furnish the proper background. LIiT:

tJl; ;, noises.For happiest results try to engage f : GLEAMING BRASS

a half dozen old Mack Sen- ,.Et
nett cops to act as waiters, veterans t Early American Style
who can really attain some ,

accuracy across a room.when If they Luke sling Barnett food I 7.95

isn't booked, hire him to play j f I
the headwaiter. This may cost j

you half a grand, but it's worthit i, / ' ; , :e r-, " The rich beauty of polUhedsolid
to be properly insulted and in "t i
the comfort of your own home i .J 4. --s- .. --- L. - -.- brass is brought out
Dinner is a cinch and be ) charmingly in this ldesignStyl am of
prepared at nominal cost in can your COCOA DOOR MAT Rubber Stair Tread RUBBER MATTING LOOP PILE RUGS RUBBER DOOR MAT l k I'4 .. Karly: American
own kitchen. Lukewarm bits of t t. f ed with a sparkling crystal
dishcloth: mixed with pieces of I glass break. Choose it to add
old razor blades covered with 14 x 22-In. 2.29 9 x 18-In. .39 36.In Wide 1.95 yd. 2 x 3-Ft. 2.88Gay Black. Non-Skid 2.59 t- i charm to your home with

a blanket of painter's red-lead i > J either a maroon or green paper -
1! Protect t stairs against scuff marks. Prevent dangerous falls; protect rolorful scatter rugs for every t .shade.
Will give you all the effects of'r Thick brush surface for efficient New revolutionary design! Has automatic parchment
Hate safer at withhome' Moorsmatting.with this .
corrugated iistedloop home
room n jour J .. -
crab-meat cocktail. Then a cup hoc cleaning. Heavy coir yarns ed rubber tooling.airsav.For ::bustyourobber Lies flat on the pile. 30 x :-:iachesquality foot-wiping action. Open ends
of hot water contining one or with braided edges. Easy to clean. ness stairs. floor. Non-cracking. Black t x 6-f..., 15.95. make it self-draining, easy to clean.
two drops of coloring matter for 2nd Floor Floor
Rug Department- Lamp Dt'pal'tment-od
consomme. Rubber chicken, and
marbles for peas. Some damp
Kleenex makes up into a nice r",Y,'''' -". - t ..,.
night club salad. For drinks, geta : r ,<<
bottle of vinegar, mix it with
some sparkling water and drol
$21 into Junior's piggy bank i '
None of these things will be
served but are to be thrown at
you by waiters standing in the >
doorway.It I ,

is customary usually to I
award a small bonus for direct

hits.When : ; j .
you get to dance i it i
will be the signal up for the extrasto -- L -. -- ._._,----1 .. -----d t\ I .' .

jostle go to you town, step on you on ,your push you feet,, '', Vacuum Coffeemaker Fine French Fryer Pastel Corn Broom Reversible Dust Mop Pad and Cover Set Dotted Cottage Set Pillowcase Value

tear your clothes punch you I
with their elbows and stick I I S-Cup Size 4.95 3 i-Qt 2.29 1.39 Rectangular 1 1.35 1.98 .59
things ir, your e 'e. When the SaucepanBig Strongly Sewn Style Smooth-Fitting 1 1.19 Percale Trim 45 x 36-Inches

hreds Missus's and best all evening gown is i in I Sears gleaming poll ;pied. aluminum value, highly; polished trench All corn household broom, strongly Large 11 x 11-inch dust mop. Bloc Quality set to fit Ironing boards up Crisp, sheer pebble dotted cotton Bleached type 12* cotton sheeting.
your bunions have !tap vacuum coC1@maker will brew fryer of It-gauge aluminum. TiDse.n four times for lasting service. 2-ply cotton yarn head. Mill give YOU to 15 s 15in.on.inflammable pad marquisette. Trimmed in red. J-in. hems finely I finished with thread
been tapped, you can sit down. full bodied flavor into your coffee. ned wire basket fits over edge of Attractive pastel colors, colored longer service because it's reversible. with stitched edges. I'nbleacbed green, blue fast color percale. Top drawn in as in hand-bemsutching.5o : .
At this point occurs the high easy to clean. Save now* saucepan. Has rests for drying. plastic shoulder. near lacquered handle. cotton sheeting drawstring cover. curtain 29 x "-m.; sash 29 x 35-in. Ideal for embroidering Others at Pc

point? of the evening, when youwill Housewares Df'partmf'nt-2nd :Floor Drapery Department 2nd Floor Bedding Department 2nd Floor
have the argument with the
actor you have engaged to impersonate i .
the drunk who :: T-" ..r l -'-' .. .
in jour l : :I ; -
absence '),4'- N1 - Fa.:2'T: i 't-: (
on the dance : r=. :
floor has .. :,-. .' ':; '"
} 3 ; ::: ;0. """ .. :
preempted your table and won't "I ;:': "
move This may run you intosomething I 1-:: !lf S i I .. ,..... i., '?;'.".,. ..-.... ___ ;
close to a grand, because I ::: : I F ) ; ITr:1
7 : ;
: : f/f :
for a really enjoyable I i , > I'It t ; ;f' : ; / :::; .
e\eI .. fI
ning you will want I '", # ; q" 'I :. i :: ":';,;:: ; : : :
Jimmy Gleason or someone Sir Cedric like ? \ : / : t /. // f' : firn! ;;: Z{} f: ; :i: ij f. ..
Hardwirke who can give it that lLltflhllTIIIll }. t I : r'j":!,; ;': "'.;.':- >:;>o'-f.-.i: ) ->-J.., ...I. ..
touch.he reaches His job will lie done when = :' ; ;::J L.. -; -." '- --.1 i 11, I ;; : ;:: : \ hI ) : : :'" 1-'
over: and i pokes YOU J 'f J .:-;
one in the nose, upsets the melted ; I C 'if & ,\-n' 0
ice cream over what is left of I .; t j 1 f LL1'1 ? .. rihe 1 1I

thrown 1Iadame's'ening out. gown, and is I __ :....._ -___ 7

At midnight you put out t Full Panel Style Crib Sturdy High Chair Sectional
lights. All the extras beat you I Fine Quality Sheet Fluffy Hobnail Spread
over the head with little wooden Deca1 I Trimmed 32.95 5.49Laundente
hammers. In the dark you makea 40-Inch Size 19.95 4 Shelf Spaces 1 11.95 1 81xlOS 2.49 White Only
Good looking! Safe for bah !
mistake and kiss the wrong ) Soundly constructed crib with full
blonde |Cono\er model supplied panel foot and head boards Drop side has! a sure safety catch. Inpamted bookcase smoothly sand- '
A safe chair for baby, with bright ed. Ponderosa pine Ends dadoed sheets Jong wearing and Popular 'I ceo Fringed
for KolU h.-
$50 for the evening] and your easily on casters. Maple I or ,. similar to illus red artificial leather upholsteredseat to receive shelves Flush to floor economically priced. Carefully woven -
wife crowns :you with a seltzer tration. Maple and back, adjustable footrest. base raIL Flush top for sectional best muslin. Smoothly finished edges add allover charm. Full size only. Washable
or wax birch.
bottle. use. for years of service.
A perfect New Year's Ere Furniture Df'partml"nt-nd: Floor Bedding Department-2nd Floor Bedding Dl"partment-nd Floor
and jou've never had to budge

from, your you know doorstep.Say come. to think i, a pMtanl' d dt p '#W/te ae4" (EARS" 'U4e Seat &et4tj Pagn HT Plan"
it, that runs into a lot of '
money, about $2,500 I make it,j ORANGE AT

1UtimJ1 MtlittrI-&tar Telephones: 4161 or 3-1681 I

age 4 Orlando, Florida, December 28, 19471

l ;

The Young Orlando -
Shop ofDicksonlves '' 1n

Jo ,. An Electric Baby Bottle

I Sterilizer

-- Welcomes 1948's Recommended by Doctors

First Boy and First Girl / And Nurses
Sterilizes 7 Bottles & NipplesASSOCIATED
of 1948 A Gift of a Dress

L Awaits Each

3rd Floor STORE

143 N. Orange Ave. 4
The first babies born in Orlando in 1948 will be the lucky recipients of useful gifts -

donated by Orlando Merchants whose advertisements appear on these pages. The / T lr rZT"?
Mothers and Dads will also share in the awards. II <

Duly signed birth certificates must be brought in and registered with the Advertising Man 1,,,
To The First Babies
ager of the Sentinel-Star. These certificates must be brought in by the father of the child. Two
I Attending physician or nurse. Please do not phone. Winners will be selected from the certificates Born in Orlando in 1948 : I
on hand at 12 Noon.,January 3rd., and the names published in the Sunday Sentinel. Star,
January 4th. $2.50 each ,,

Be Sure To Order The
1 J
o _

Datson Dairies, Inc.

i J To The L3 /J Phone 9835

/ First Baby in 1948 v i: : An i Individualized

and the Mother A Portrait ,. This
Gift of a \ /
R For Baby: Dress length of the P 1948 YoungsterPhotographed
fairest spun Dimity Baby Plate, Fork
For Mother: Dress length of And Spoon Awaits & Finished
Ptwderpuff Mush J l
/' t The First Baby / by

INC. y Will be Given With Our Compliments
DUVALJEWELRY So that Mother will alwaysknow
317 N. Orange Ave. that you are / LENS ROBENS STUDIOS
t CO. _\ 1 healthy, a pair of 224 South Orange Are.
/ Phone 9696FOLDAWAY
Y 119 S. Orange Ave BABY SCALES
To The
/ J
? r First Baby in 1948
T .
ir s
z ,L Albert Drug Stores i
G J 1
; ; 1 232 S. Orange Ave.
Congratulationsto 2201 Edgewater Drive

the z ,

First Baby in 1948and A ,

; Baby's Diapers
A '\ ,;- :
r pair of Felt Shoes PLAY PEN IN FREET

J the first baby born in 1948

h e Judy-Jim Shop Y..;t for the \ we will give the first month's
i Diaper Service-"For Baby's ,
382 N. Orange Ave. ( First Baby of 1948 t First Baby in I 1948 Comfort, and Mama'sConvenience.
l 1 ."
( CpXO'NEALFurniture in l.
/ of Distinction ABC DIAPER SERVICE
1090 N. Orange Ave. ORLANDOA Phone 2-1177
On Lake ItanhoeI5IW6 Orlando .:. Winter Park
High Chair

CO. 1

221 W. Church St.

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Jf"fol r #tr .1. t TO ORLANDO'S FIRST .

\. CITIZEN IN 1948
.. I -
't Goes Six Receiving Blankets f
1 1J I

'-:::. Infant and Children's Wear

The First 214 S. Ave.
Three Babies / Phone 9288 t ...s,.

Will Receive ,. .

Complete Johnson's \

Baby Gift Set 4 -S P r
Given By M Johnson & Johnson

Angebilt & San Juan DELUXE BABY SET ;

in I
N 1948
With the Compliments of / To the
of the First Baby in !1948
123 E. Gore Ave.
BORN IN 1948
To Redecorate Mother's Bedroom r WZ 4 jT 1 Dozen Diapers 'f
i i Tel.9828.i 1 Baby Dress
w 4. 1 3-pIece Virgin Wool "
1 Sweater SetSearsRoebuck ,
Tel. 6001 / /'

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Itt High Prices, 'Cold War' Top. News Event

A BABY'S BASKET ,, By GEORGE GALLUP I| The leading eventselected ,athletic events of the past: year|
GIFT OF AN :Dir Amercon Institute Pub : (Op.nort: : ] by the public closely parallels' and asked to name the one wt"
To the first baby I PRINCETON, N. J-The high- those chosen by the nation's most interested them
ALBUM OF NURSERY costof-living, American relations I newspaper editors polled by In order of voter preference]
born in 1948 will
RHYMES AWAITS THE we f I I with Russia, and the Taft-Hart- I bot\the Associated Press and here are the first 10
give one of our fine I ley labor relations law were the | the 'nited Press. In all three "Jersey Joe" "Waleot' stan
FIRST BABY AT f C-, three most interesting news 1 Hoots the first three are the I I against Joe Louis.
$8.98 baby baskets 'stories of 1947 in the opinion of i same. I World Series.
SOUTHERN MUSIC American voters. The cost of living I Of the 10 events named by AP ,Illinois" one-sided virmry over
led the voting by a big.mar- editors two do not appear on the I UCLA in Rose Bowl
232 N. ORANGE AVE. Jos Bumby Hardware Go. gin.After | Institute list: India's freedom I Jackie Robinson first major
k yI. the top three come the and the Florida hurricane. UP league Negro baseball\ payer: \
PHONE 8671 Orlando Winter Park I.. Marshall Plan for aid to Europe, 'editors in their list of 10 men New York Giants' ni>w home
Palestine partition, and the in- I j coned the series of airplane I run record for a o-son
You Can Find It At Dumby's"GROSSMAN'S vestigation of Communism in .
J India's freedom and I Leo Durocher's su-petition fro
Hollywood by the House Com- the world series, none of which baseball.
I mittee on Un-Americanism. !', made the with the I
grade public. The Rocky Grazinno >'-:nri:::) and|
v A noticeable feature of the i In polling the public on the I his championship v;."tcryColumbia's
I ri T/-I 1 I list is the prominence given to 1 most interesting sport event of defeat at Army|
I "continuing:; stories, rather the year the Institute discovered I eleven.
J/, QUEEN OF WINTER Dorothy, than spot news t"f'nts.dmit- that '
approximately: six: out Babe Didrikson [Mr< Znharias]!
A GIFT AWAITS Kilgallen [above] missed her I Ii tedly Me bare not heard the i 1 of Americans follow sports I' becomes first American to win|
i coronation in Lake Placid, I last of either of the first five j I news. British women's!" gott ntie>
THE MOTHER AND FATHER N. Y., because of snow, a A nation-wide survey was These respondents were handed Jet Pilot wins Kentucky Derby
made by the institute of
record amount of which fell voters who representative hand-- another list with 20 headline in upset.

OF THE FIRST BABY m I just as she was leaving New ed a list of 24 important were news j I
York City for the annual fete. stories of the year and asked: I
BORN IN 1948 Ten hours after scheduled "Which of the following news j
AT t h arrival her train still had not events interested you the most?" I Start The New Year
the 15 frequently
it& Following are most
reached the Adirondack
mentioned in order of
tain resort. votes received:
High Cost of LivingRussianAmerican Off Right With ANew

64 E. CHURCH ST. conflict
: Names Asked Marshall PlanTaftHartley
PHONE 2.1872 I Labor Law passage
M and litigation:: Radio-Phonograph

Congratulations I ; Of SpeculatingEmployes Palestine Investigation Partition of Hollywood Plan Communism I

k ---- i the first baby born in 1918 Ii US. I John L. Lewis' difficulties with

i: p from "BABYLAND" our new and enlarged WASHINGTON (lAP) Chm. 'I Princess Government Elizabeth's wedding x

Andresen R-Minn| ) of a House School teachers' strikes
juvenile furniture department, to I ., ..
you ,
l investigating committee called Texas City, Texas, disaster SEE THE
an ELECTRESTEEN BOTTLE STERLIZER upon Sec. of Agriculture Anderson Ilughes-lerers: investigation cif
yesterday!'; to disclose thename Truman food.saving program BEAUTIFULR.C.A.
!'; Federal employes Telephone strike
The HOME STORE I in Chicago who allegedly speculated Long skn1- VICTOR
FOR THE i, in the commodities market I tattle of (Georgia; Governors .
& the strength of "inside" - -
on -
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Teething Ring Rattler on Commodity Specula- &
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from ,I "the investigatiton conducted by
; the Commodity Exchange Au Trfed-and-ProYen'
thority during the Fall of 1947" Relief to Sufferer
TOYLAND"Central i involving the 200 Federal
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Florida's Year-Round J I "The committee desires the Hay FeverAsthma !
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OHLANDO. FLORIDA The pent-up need for homes and business 'QMAMEN M9z&liii
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I r N' wsoapers. Inc 1 at 238 South Orange Ave.. 11E By JOHN BRANSCOMB =
"F the construction game for some time to Solve Problems And Self
Office at
*" ror l-olass matter at the Post
.1 .. 'a under the Act of March 3d._1879. come. I ". . And a Happy New Year." That's the ,- row nationalism, bigotry and prejudice. It can
=- Editor: I am so !sick and tired
traditional greeting which we are hearing on all serve as the foundation upon which an enduring
rpp "')NF" Advertising. Want Ada 4161: Editorial,
about the troubles of
."nation 3-1681 A New Central Florida Writer sides. What are the prospects for the new year? peace can be built Some declare we cannot afford -
I the world and what we need to
J"-jb-r>; .,.i ? Price Sunday Only 88.10 Per Yr A recent cartoon depicts a scene in a board of to operate on the Christian basis. History
do in this country. All the world
PARK HAS hatched another
MA.ITINANDflUN.. EBITOH, AN* PUBLISMW WINTER directors room and an economic expert is making teaches us that no other basis will suffice. We I needs is to get to work: good

C W IIMITT Bus. Mot. HENlY BAICH. EDITORIAL DIMCTO' writer. I the prediction that there will be a next 'ear.I cannot afford to allow any other basis. I I honest endeavor to do an honest

EAII Hoiiiaa MANAGING ED. MKTOM J. AUSTIN, ADV. Met.HAIOL He is Martin Dibner, veteran, former I Has it come to that, when there is a possibility As we look from our point of vantage at the job. As long as the peoples of

HAMIITON CII. MG NOKIEIT CaNSO ION'. .-Tlu.s. newspaperman, artist and now a full fledged ; from year to ;year that there might not be another closing days of 1917 and put on our bifocals to this world distrust one another

I. W. LtMMOH CITY CI, MG R. T. Mats.' Typo Surr.RO professional user of words. year? Two World Wars in one life time have i see the days of 1948, our hearts long for the pres- I and continue to obstruct a peaceful

.IIT F WAtTt, Ci>s$. MGII. CUILES MEDLIM. PiiSS Surf. His first novel, The Bachelor Seals, is a I brought us all to the position where we worry : ence of God to attend our journeys through the settlement of our difficultiesas

-- Member of The Associated* Press rough, hard-hitting indication that here is a and wonder about next year. What will it be like, new ;year. God is nigh. lie has not forsaken His I I the Russians have been so
__. The Associated Press Is exclusively en- if it is at all. I earth. There is a glorious tradition in Germanyin I prone to do. then we shall have .
titled to the use for re-publication of all I young man with plenty to say.Dibner's .
continued turmoil. Alan has .-
.- newt dispatches accredited to it or not Our thinking has been atomized to the extent the province of Thuringa that all of the people -- -
is blunt and realistic.
4 .- otherwise accredited bi thts paper and I language that "e fear that the next war might endeverything. love. It i is said that when God created the earth', most of the: sciences but'
also the local news published herein. Readers who like sweetness, light and hap- I has failed to master himself. THANK Tom!
He looked
0 ;. What will the instruments of warfare I upon His creation with pleasure and
All for of special
., dispatches rights herein re-publication are also reserved. : py endings should avoid The Bachelor Seals. in the next holocaust be like? Someonehas said, "That's good!" And he was so pleased that I I I I C.K.G. Please! make your PUBLIC'ThOUGhT

PAGECDECEMBER' 28, 1917 I The young author, who studied at Rol- said that he couldn't tell what the weaponsof He leaned over his creation with the tendernessof Time for Small/ Fry would like them letters typewritten brief. Ue

lins College, tells the tale of a young man the nf'xtt'ar would be, but he knew about I a mother leaning over the cradle of her baby, double spaced if possible.THE .
Growers To Take Over
who graduated from college at the time the the kind which would be used in the one after and implanted a kiss upon the earth, and the | EDITOR,

depression hit the nation, had to forget all that . for they would be bows and arrows place where His lips touched became Thuringa. Editor: The Citrus Commission i

Our Program he was taught in the struggle to make a I and the other crude implements of primitive There are many beautiful spots" on the Special Committee's plan for a"floor" I

Elimination cf Political Job Duplication.Lower living and when he finally hit his stride was l people.( Right! For unless we devise some moral earth which would suggest that the lips of God a on good citrus one. prices and no! is doubt certainly -;j industry advancement or f<"

Taxes. Efficiency in Government.TODAY'S thrust into World War II. equivalent of war, the next one will surely hare touched the cheek of the world. Bat figuratively something along these lines can i man with the most! fruit to

It isn't a pretty story but it's practicallya destroy every semblance of civilization and speaking, I am sure that God has be worked out. Before the committee .pose! of?! It =eem* that these
throw us back to the cave days again. kissed the world at least three times. Once He takes into considerationhow recently .
clinical of lives dur- appointed to join
THOUGHTFor history many :young Happy New Year, Brave World! Shout those kissed the world at Christmas and a Baby wasborn the plan should be set up. I Citrus Industry Study Plan i iI iI i-
those times.
ing words across to Europe where there are millions the Babe who ras destined t.> changethe it should keep one thing in mind:
thou rock and fortress there
art my my ; No. all the "ear marks"of the i I'>
work novel
fore for name's sake lead and Already at on who are shivering and starving. It sounds world. A sad and troubled world is hearing: You must have a minimum stand I
thy me, guide me.-
Psalms 31'3. 2. This one, he says, will concern the South. rather hollow to them, don't you think? News- anew in these days the message! ;: of the angel ard of quality on which to base that have been appointed t

The author, who lives with his wife and I week recently carried a story, saying, "Tenyearold your price. With U.S. Grade A after time. I think it is ; '

God :.hall) he my hope :My stay, my guide andl youngster Winter Park, has much prom- schoolgirls in Nuernberg were recently ordered I' fruit so abundant in supply in time for the small fry grov ,

;;: t /n fc, my feet.Shakespeare.Eisenhower ise as a writer who is something more thana by their teacher to write an essay, tradi- Florida, why not set Grade A to take over. Regulations f."
tional in German schools entitled "The Most fruit as your minimum. when
teller of stories. ask growers, of the growers, b.\ ;
Beautiful Day of My Life." One of these gray- you your price, you will get
Hit Below Belt faced children wrote as follows: "The most beau- it: growers.We .

THE SHOOTING) POLITICAL war started THE MERRY-GO-ROUND tiful day of my life was Feb. 17, 1917, when my -If PP I ers'Until confidence you rebuild in Florida the consum-fruit. :' -arieties can when all stop we bickering stop: an.i '

brother died and I inherited his shoes and his
earnest one day last week and the there's
I no plan on earth that the real facts: and go' to worv
Ilrst\ ; casualty was Gen. Eisenhower himself The GOP on Controls woolen underwear. Newf1Z I will work. W. F. AUSTIN J H
a man who ought to know something I hate a little trouble getting' warm then' I I Are we planning; for the citrus Umatillaof:
about shooting. By DREW PEARSON hear such things as that, and my food doesn't --

Notes from the 97th Senator-The other dayI taste quite so" good. It should encourage us all
After a dinner at an exclusive Washington { THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON
joined an embattled "rebel" bloc, led by Ver. to know that \mpr <'a N trjing to work out 79M lfl.
eating club, rumors started to fly about
: plans that will bl'llloh the food and
mont's George Aiken, and we succeeded in engineering t' clothing;
some remarks the General had made on i problems of Kurope: and enable those
that clause in the Senate GOP antiinflation God's Eternal Rule ShownIn
the subject of inflation and Sen. Robert statement which left the door open for war-torn countries to 're-cstahli themseheseconomically.

Taft's answer to them. compulsory price controls if voluntary methods Our wishes for a happy new year
Said a political foe of the General's: for them' will sound a little more genuine if Book of Revelations

"Eicenhower::: said the way to stop inflation fail.At a secret Republican caucus before the we bark it up* with aid.<< And *there are personal

is to eliminate all profits for two statement was issued. Aiken and his! friends in ways that He ran help, too, for the org.1II i/.I- "..f'ar not, for brhoM I bring you Kd tiiliiiR*." Scripture: Revelation 21:1-7, 22-27

years::; IfSm'h sisted that a voluntary program I tion knouii as ('.\nl' affords<< us all the chanceto .\nd God kN-ed the earth at Calvary and there I By WILLIAM E. GILROY, DO.

a remark would be enough to would be meaningless without _ send<
,frighten even Henry Wallace away from the threat of compulsory action in America<< ha\e relief (missions t hatarc coHIP to my mother with my wounds and circumstances in which. if there was ever occasion of doiii Il-

backing Eisenhower. behind it."Let's equipped to send money, gifts and articles bruises, and she would say, "Come, child, and ''ing God's'presence and power and eternal rule, it was then
make it clear that we of food and clothing to the areas of the earth let jour mother kiss where it hurts," and therewas
for si- An evil in .
Fortunately Eisenhower and his political I dictatorship was power, with an emperor< !
where suffering is; acute.
; in the touch her
healing of The
drastic lips. sacrificial
are prepared to take more
ambitions, a topnotch man : manding not only the political! allegiance of his subjects, h,,-
newspaper action if voluntary controlsdon't .. i We are all interested in the foreign policy love of Christ at ("ah ary is the kiss of : ,
sat at the table with Eisenhower and Taft. work" advised the Vermonter ,, which our nation is trying to work out for the God that takes away the hurt of the world. religious worship of him as weiJ.t.'
And if he did have the ,
He \Arthur Krock, famed Washingtoncorre adding that the same New Year. In our relationship with other nations And at Easter! God kissed the earth and to inflict cruel I eternity as well a* of rule

ondent of the New York Times. i principle should apply to controls there are those of us who greatly desire to see man's hope of immortality became a reality. power death upon those sufferingand worship- if we would understand this

When the Eisenhower "remark" was on commodity speculation. .,. Christian principles exercised with the belief that There we have it. The Kiss of God at Christmas ers of the true God. who, though message.;

turned loose as political dynamite againstthe "If we Republicans announced v that is the only pathway over which we shall I at Calvary, at Easter. What a message for the 'otherwise good and law-abiding, There is a verse of a hymn 11 :

General. Krock printed a clean cut denial that we were opposed to legislation he able to find peace. A few years ago in the Xew Year. Millions of people around the earth refused to commit the sacrilegeof says; :

that any such words were said. I you all know what would house of Parliament one of the members. Mr. are broken bruised hurt lonely, hungry and I' bowing to a blasphemous po "God's purposes will ripen fn-t,

AT any rate the poison campaign was happen," he said. "!i would be Aiken Clynes, was being sarcastically heckled and bitterly cold. Over the highways of the earth the feet of tentate. Unfold hour.
indication I, invitation denounced by the opposition. Finally someone i the sons of God should be moving to bring greetings i I Was that potentate, then, supreme every
that Eisenhower is taken an to speculators to increase:; their The bud may have a bitter tat:: :>
seriously as a Presidential. aspirant. very trading on the grain and other exchanges." asked him what should be the guiding principle I for a Happy New Year to all who are oppressed because he had the powerto But sweet will be the flower '
in foreign relations. lie persecute and kill? If the
replied, "We haven'tdefinitely and distressed. The that
Aiken's views were strongly supported by greatest way we That is in a hymn concern a
Sens. Lodge [Mass], Morse [Ore], Ives (IX.Y.J) formulated it. but I think we should : can spend 19-18 is to become the hands and feet saints had believed that. they faith and doubt in relation '.,
1 would not have had the faith
Tangerine Bowl Interest Rises and Flanders (Vt|I. who left the caucus early. base it on the Sermon on the Mount" This answer I of God ministering unto the needs of people at the to him. It or God's providence. It isM '

Ti 'NGERINE: BOWL football game, This group aKo insisted it would lie foolhardy 1 sounded so naive that a testy old Admiral : home and over: the world. Our deeds of mercy to confirm courage them defy in that faith was I meant, but I do not think th"it{ ,'t
arose and shouted, "Gentlemen. if ;you are going i and love will become the kiss of God the is quite sound, or wholly tm! "
nnrn lust a year ago, already is grow- to try to fix the hlame for lii::;li priceson I upon i that the Book of Revelation was
irs:; ta':: ; an astonishing rate. the Ht'IIIO'r.lldmlnlsh'atlon unless the I to base the foreign policy of the British Empire hurt places of the earth and wherever God's lips I written.It Some purposes of God do rIp n
on the Sermon on the Mount. then all I have to shall touch the earth of shall I fast and are easily appreheiiih"
a place beauty
I :.1, year there wasn't Republicans( had some panaceas to offer. I grow. is a Book full of mystery, ,
Western '
a single is:, 'God! England'! To but not alL There are ,
say help this statement Make PitS! ;; a Church-going purpo
GOP with and
Leader Bob Taft and year. imagery to
I :an cin-mt at the stadium to Lodge tangled Mr. symbols I that ripen slowly, and al)>, 'i
carry news dynes retnrt< rI. .\nd He will.
briefly during this discussion. Lodge contendingthat I The Church is the foundation of which those for whom it was
ct the same: over the nation. There i jq: no ethic comparable to the Sermonon which there is a timelessnoA
his party should charge that high prices civilization. written had the key. But if portions .
This year there will be five circuits, four were due to industry profits while Taft insisted the Mount. It rises above sectarianism, nar- AMEN AND AMEX. of it now seem difficult, its I constant insistence in
Scripture, is on the need ot
newspaper and press associations and one to --- -- --- message as a whole is clear and
high wages were equally or more to blame. I patience.
keep the Marshall plain. In noble and beautiful
basketball team, playing "Let's just call it a desire for excessive I CRACKER POLITICSCandidates such those that Jesus spent many years -if
in Los Angeles, advised of how their foot- passages as con before His real m -
gains; suggested l"n. "That hits for every- stitute this lesson, it sets forth I
ball team is dding, playbyplay.Three body." | istry began. Paul had many '-
the truth concerning God's eternal -
radio broadcasts will be made. I i, rule, and the triumph of the ent years, some in far-off Anih, .1..
Everyone agreed on that and Part 1 of the ; Show Activity before he felt ready for his n -
WHOO will tell the pla -by-play story to GOP statement was phrased accordingly. faithful in a world of light and |. sionary journeys. No man: II\ Florida and networks in North Carolina and -V life and glory. ,
I' I nearer to the purposes of (; nand
Wes: Virginia will also have announcers Rep. Knutson Minnesota's gift to the high I By ALLEN MORRISTALLAHASSKK I Sen. Rose. citrus grower nationally the belief he was temperamentally Rut we 111111. catch the note , at first at least, they ripci'':, i

on tSe scene. tax-bracketeer, has now set himself up as a After I known realtor and president i unsuited to he Governor. 1- slowly for him.

'.he Associated Press has arranged for censor of what should and shouldn't be Includedin months of the agony of indecision -' of the 1915 Senate, may be With both English and Watson public from the stump, leaving I I God's rule is eternal. It i i.!= i .1

win-ohoto coverage.he ,I committee records. In brief, he has arbitrarily I at last we are moving into cited of the bitterness in the race, there could develop -I English! in the off-base positionof ,' of passing pomp and power! II i '
as an example -
} pigeonholed part of the minority report of the a welcome period of public activity I a whiz-bang of a secondaryscrap having to defend the cabinet the rule of men. It is not al 1 1\\ ,.<
game brings together two small college Magill Committee appointed to study taxes. I in Florida politico that develops when friends I within the framework of majority as one of its members. j I easily! perceived in the shmt <

: teams-Catawba and Marshall-but I When AFL Union Leader Matt ""oIl. The candidates for HId lor office fall out. Judging from what he the main event. Sen. Shands, a vegetable grower narrow vision! but, in the In" '

the} are so well matched that a real battle of the Magill Committee, first filed a member his-I are, by and l II'-R; \ in 1111' ,110\\ has: said at recent public gatherings The most telling charge against! cattleman and display sign processes of life and history. i t. ,
is in prospect. I i I ring now, al Rose's desire to become Watson has been that of failureto operator skyrocketed to the top providences and judgment > -
minority he served
The Elks, sponsor of the event, last have report notice that he would | though forma Governor has slipped in impor- I work with his cabinet collea team because of the strength God that mark His eternal i 11.
year a supplemental statement in
gave $2750 to the early ,I a n n o u n c lance beneath eagerness to beat gues. His Everglades Park stand given him by his widespread are unmistakable.
Harry-Anna Crippled December and requested the right to add this ment of thei Bill Shands. once his close friend. has implanted the opinion that business connections. He has | The world is strewn with tilt!. -

Children's do Home in Umatilla. They hope to statement to the record. There were no objectionsby candidacy y e ; Rose's side of the story is he :i I Watson is a chronic aginder by campaign setups already in Dade wrecks of the earthly empi i'i'- ,'

better this year. Ways and Means members.On I may not h a v r ends out Shands to gumshoe for causing review of the long string and Hillsborough Counties whichare I' rulers who defied the living t.,

The Tangerine Bowl can be made a Dec. 8, Woll submitted this supplementalreport been made. Mos him. and Shands came back as of unsuccessful suits against the the envy of other candidates. while the blood of the mart' II i
a major event of New Year's Day each Whereupon Knutson blocked efforts of have complete ? candidate himself. Shands, State and its agencies. I Those are the ratings as the still the seed of the church. 'I 1

thereby giving Orlando nationwide year free, Wars: and Means Democrats to insert it In the I I their first roum'' ever, says he wearied of how-I Watson well might answer this I candidates begin to meet the pub- Christ is still conquering r..
publicity. record. This is unprecedented. Woll didn't ask of the State to Rose to decide and, after charge of balking by putting his | lie. We'll know more about their I God has plenty of time to ful I:

to serve on the Magill tax study group. He was develop count} a number of deadlines, got side of those disputes before the 1 chances the weeks move along. His purposes.
appointed by Knutson. organizations.In race. I --- -

Apopka Has Year of Progress However, now that the AFt leader has dpcrihed each com Cooper is a 27-year-old veteranof I' WASHINGTON TREADMILL
LITTLE munity, the law - World War II in which he
A BIT of co-operation goes a the Magill majority report as! an implement [
of Wall ers and all the Warren j, rose from private to major in I
long. St. that
long way toward net a windfall of
making a com- otherswho back candidates in I the Army engineers; ], a 1910!
$-1 billion
mynity to the high-bracket; boys Knutson
and refuses ?
grow prosper. Paint A-Bombs At
to let his views be printed. the expectation of post-election graduate of Florida Southern or Blanding
Sleepy little
Apopka, torn by petty When recognition of some sort, are lining -I College, and at present is combining
bickerings for many years, has seen the Rep. Eberharter [ID-Pal], tried to get'oll.s up. (It's almost as fatal to law study at Stetson with --
light and cone to town in a big '\ supplement added to the Magill report, hop the winning bandwagon too newspapering. He is married and By FRANK A. KENNEDY !or if they have, they decline to good the intpJ'\ aI, hOe<
the past way during Knutson snapped back: late as not at all.] has a baby daughter.On : ASIIIXGTOSrientlsts in acknow ledge it By law all fissionable get in Imp tot! a position, < i '
Yt'ar.: "We have already ruled on that." evinc-' materials automatically Flood Control, :Subcommit'i; , < '
Here Everything said now is sub- the face of clippings which and out of Government are
are some of the things which have "What do you mean-we have ruled on it?" ject to many "ifs" and "buts," reflect speeches that make sense ing keen interest in the newly become the property of the United ganiz'ltl'm. of t the full com

been done: retorted Eberharter. "The committee hasn't for the voters have given casualif and evidence both the good news | discovered deposits of ilmenite | States and their extraction is will he completed sometn .<.'

A police: car purchased. A police radio voted. This is a statement of an official memberof any thought to where their Judgment and the willingness to j'.at Camp Blanding, soon to be ex- .I supervised by the Atomic En- January.If >
hookup \\ nh Orlando established. The an official committee named to advise us on marks will go on the ballot next work of their author, Cooper has I'I: ploited by the duPont interests.! ergy Commission.! | Holland is successful in

pohre h.,\'e been put in uniform by Chief tax reduction. It should be made a part of the May, nor have the weaknesses of I done the best: paper job of any I j Geologists and chemists of the Matter-of-fact Government I I I' his efforts to serve on .UnFlood .

Bil) Huna\vay.' ; permanent file." the'candidates been exposed by 'j i candidate. It's just too darn bad ,, Commerce Department describethe j scientists declare, however, I' (Control -SiincoinniitH'
The Volunteer "The Maelll committee no longer exists," the searing flame of opposition. j I Cooper can't be merged with one i new discovery as the biggest t that the extraction of titanium he will) be in a position n.
Fire Department has rasped!!' the Minnesota Republican. If the reader will keep those I of the aspirants! less able in these I j geological find in a generation. I II oxide on a scale sufficient to speed action on the Floridaproject.

been m.i- wnized: and a drive started to buy "That's beside the point." asserted Eber- provisos in mind. Cracker Politics respects but more likely of suc I The chief commercial end product supply the entire American .
a new .\oo) gallon pumper to reduce firensur.m't' harter. "The record isn't complete until Include will indulge in the seasonal custom cess. i of ilmenite Is titanium oxide market is of far greater; and ],I He i is seeking also an ,a- ,_
we of all-star * much to white lead and value, than men t to the Rivers and Hn M I
rates and give home and business Woll's minority views picking an team. I superior more immediate ( .
owners more even though you The first team has for its mem You hear everywhere among zinc in the manufacture of paint. any speculative( extraction of i!: Subcommittee another spot

protection.* * the personally majority may views.not"agree with them, along with bers Fuller Warren of Jacksonville politicoes that if the election for I''.Navy Department specifications. I thorium. I(,I useful service* to-1/.the* State.

Atty. Gen. J. Tom Watsonof Governor were held today Fuller I for instance, require a base of "The fissionable materials, if confirmation'T
THR I !ROTARY t( CLUB has taken over the However, Knutson refused to budge. Tampa. State County Supt. Warren would be the winner. i; titanium oxide in all paints for'' any. are only frosting on the I I Navy's Another sudden interest in .

.: h Center and started a Community Colin English of Alva and Sen. But, of coarse, the primaries hulk:;: it !stands three times the cake." said a Bureau of Mines ,I big fuel oil terminals at'
C \ now Lions Club has been formed. Merry-Go- Round Cornelius Vanderbilt 'v. A. Shands of Gainesville. will not be held until May. Even I Iso wear of lead. India and Australia offir'ial.hThe ilmenite deposits'ama I City and Jacksonville

( 'amber: of Commerce has been who has been "vagabonding" from coast to coast, Representing political sagacity, : however, there are few persons formerly supplied virtually all really are important, and Florida ,j i puzzled Florida Congre-
reports "Eisenhower's popularity is really phe--1 money, and influence in abundance' indeed who Warren American requirements. A mar- valu- '
S i under the ,I deny j', has turned up one of the who thus far have been u:
.' leadership of Benpnpka's I nomenal. . It didn't leak out but one thing : this team should have two a place in the second primary 1I ''ket for 100.000 tons annually is : able geological discoveries of this'j i discover what the mo\ -
A] theater manager. that helped turn the tide in favor of the partition I of.its members in the second' then. |, waiting for the Florida output generation." I Ito tends.

!Hit' K.l.>lern star has planned a $12,000: I vote for Palestine! was a telegram from 26 primary. I This position is at once an i which the duPont people declare For more than a year th- '

nu! -' U. S. Senators to 12 UN delegations which were asset and a liability. It is an asset I t they can supply in full. I'nre-I A useful as'ignment-Sen.! I I Assets Administration h;.= '

The city administration itself has been on the fence. The telegram was drafted by Sen. I On the second team are Dan because most people like to ride'>iduced ilmenite !sold during the Holland's :No.< 1 legislative target I peddling the terminals v, .T

right in the middle of the new Wagner [D-X.Y.l) and was sent to Haiti. Greece. McCarty: of Fort Pierce, Sen. the winning bandwagon: to be war for nearly S200 a ton. for 1948. is passage of his'- success. Bids now on haivi Ii i
of cixir co-operation. program Luxembourg Argentina. Colombia, China. El Walter \\'. Rose of Orlando and able to say with truth and conviction I I The !scientists. hint guardedly ; bill to provide flood control for i sible represent fair salvage \ abut
Salvador, Ethiopia. Honduras. Mexico the Richard II. Cooper of DeLand. that "I voted for the winner too, of fissionable. materials. all the lands which were innun- nothing more.
,1\\ ( I n.I : Philippines I I
Damsel. the : :
I Mayor, has orr' and Paraguay. Of these four countries.' McCarty, citrus grower, cattleman ;'' It is a liability because the i I Previous discoveries of ilmenite dated during the recent floods, The Panama City fadli"'I ,--
1 Ihtyor's advisory council, come Haiti. Paraguay. speaker of the 1M1! Houseof "man to beat" in December has in Florida always have I from the headwaters of the Kis- '' have storage space for 800.000)

-. :i >nner: Mayors as"well as leading I finally changed Luxembourg<<: their voteThen and the Philippines the- Representatives and distinguished -: l been beaten: Lex Green in 1911.! !: turned 011| in beach !sands. I simmee River to Lake Okeecho-I I.'I barrels of I petroleum prodm-t .,...

\ Planning and Zoning Council AFL Executive Council met in : veteran of World War II, i I Francis: P. Whitehair in 1910.V.! I' The inland depo-it at Camp >ee. and the overflowed l land to -more than enough to fill ti\f
Washington not has been the biggest: disappointment -I C. Hodges in 1936 and hack I: the south and east. tank
(, f, )!'111C(1. I long they discussed t on Blanding interestthe; :scientists : 'I of the biggest: seagoing
ago. <<: only one 1948
"'" ( 'iimcil has Congressional | to his friends of the GovernoCs through the years. especially. On the beaches, a j The Senator's recent assign ers. It is a big job.
< purchased a new street contest-that Minnesota's Sen. Rail. race thus far. I II Yet Warren differs from Green I i ic ]krot
j metal called monozite, has been nient to the Senate Public The :Nays< reticence :
I during the street force from 4 Teamsters Union Head Dan Tobin vowed that j It not be too late for Mc- and .
; I may Whitehair and other December found wherever the ilmenite deposits -i Works Committee was a lucky ing the guesswork:::; bubbling: II.ertime. -
) Ball would be defeated. especially If Minneapolis -'Carty. for he embodies just about winners in a number of im- ,I were located varying' break. I Backers of the (': -,

V t: Ajwpka, with only 3,500 popula- Mayor Hubert Humphrey a liberal Democrat !I all the desired qualities of a candidate : portant ways. Chief among these from a fraction of one per cent II The old Flood Control Committee State Canal. who last week stumbled -

S (decided to go places. runs against!: him. . U. S. workers in the I except oratorical ability, I differences is that his candidacy to a total of 10 per cent monozite.The was blanketed into the Public on some informal Navy ds-;

: ;luck to our neighbor. Panama Canal Zone have a treat in store for I but as friendly Gov. Caldwell has j has not stirred up fears and an- learned men explain that' Works group under the 1917 Reorganization : cussions of the canal as a defer e
them. The Army has been instructed to arrange -I been quoted as regretfully saying i tagomsms.I thorium and mesothorium are Act, and now ranksas project, would like to belti e

Interviews for a certain well-known Congressman : Dan just can't get his kite There are many people who derivatives; of monozite. These I one of the four subcommitteesof that there is some ronnp( Unto,
CS Million Spent in Orlando with the directors of Military Intelligence off the ground."' I have no intention ever of voting latter radio active substances;:; the overall committee. The Obviously:} the fuel term 111, ".

: MI( ; I IN ORLANIX: during 1947 and Naval Intelligence. Instructions have McCarty has been getting for Warren yet they usually::; like uranium, presently are a I others are Rivers and Harbors, I both on the route of the ]iI i-,> .-
D also:: been !sent to prepare to entertain the Con- around however, and has opened I agree no harm would come to source of atomic or nuclear en- I Federal Highways, and Federal i I posed canal. would step up t t' >.
i .S the SO million mark and still State headquarter in Fort the State by his election. Warren. I Building 1 effeotiveneon<:ideiaJ ly i: .-
ao'n:: :"itvl! >11i.i;<: wife The Con!! >..:.., i ergy.
( man none
\\ :)u-ii-; ho\i' <'" "-!r-Vior'! i-re.' .1.' .. .. I }j''n,, ' Pie n. ,' :n t.-k'"i ..I I the t\ct hI' .) la\\v-r, ;,ni'l two time m..mht'r.of The Government men at thisiitiug The committee did not meet 'f-anal I \\pre Iniilt. Con\i t ,.
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:> o' at-' !u.t: ,' m.ttri. '!!," . T 1'" \ ,n 4 .. ' : )J' -' : I Hi- .il..:. i I.. ."I. nt'r., the I Iiu:! -. rUt't! h.s. done \\ )II ii\e;! no iiut'ii nuiti'' 'n of till: lIg; the )pfi, i.il sf.-.Mon! so operation of the tenninaU f i .>
- mps Committee and John i I'?; .n ehd'-ge' at present; of much by his restraint returning the of the Holland ;: not to active basis
a:3 cPl'; rr: I i'xi) .'c.h; 'he builders olr oe u. taking little since qualitative analysis was; assigned any permanent waua;::
d mid-Winter trip to Panama the campaign office. I from the Navy to dispel Camp Blanding ilmenite deposits, subcommittees. He has made increase the need for theit:1' can.l.:

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+ _. Orlando, Florida, December 28, 1947 Telephones: 4161 or 3-1681 [The fi-uniag S>tttttttl-6 Page--7- Peak Food Production

; : A4 x. : '48 Aim Of State Farmers

I GAINESVILLE:; [API Maximum -. eijm; relief In 1918. Florida

Y. i production of food t crops farmer, who depend to a large
/ c a that are needed to provide extent on pastures. peanuts,
proper nutrition for Americansand and other' "hom..- own' feed
A to help distressed peoples in for their stock.;; will try to increase .
Citrus Show Opening
To Feature
: other countries will be the primary their prodrrtion of
WINTER HAVEN [lAP) For the first time since the war a 4 t Nfi'a ? aims of Florida farmers I meat. Clayton explained.Inasmuch .
parade will feature the opening of the Florida Citrus Expositionhere ., v iy fM .nOri w, x M in 10IS.! according to Dir. II. G as Fl ;h :1!) a

Feb. 16.John Clayton of the State Agricultural deficit State in milk p' - r
A. Jr. of the exposition which'will ,t Extension Service. ,
SnUely president ft dairymen will cont 1I--s-; '- tccp
continue through Feb. Ml, said the new amphitheater on Lake I' While some Slates in heavy I their production of t. fr.
Silver with a seating rapacity of more than ,000 persons' wouldbe grain producing; areas are tial food at as high --> 23 1
completed in time for the show's opening. it being urged to reduce their possible.
Approximately 50 brokers and receivers of Florida fruit In E eS I beef and pork production so I Florida has more r cf
the that will be improved pasture t1-> .' -el :
the nation's market will be !special guests during exposition more grain available -
and at the annual "fruitmen's dinner on Feb. 18. for domestic use and for- fore and this pin- ., :.'
ar acreage to be establi-'h" g
_ h I the year will stand -.-- [
Naval Craft Sold Editor Named Marital TroublesEnd good stead in their r. [--
JACKSONVILLE [AP) Five BRADENTON [AP) Appointment produce more meat <. x s-d
small craft berthed here have of Earl Eastwood as In Death poultry products. :\1' :) fie !
editor of the Bradenton Herald A grain that is used w O / >r I Ii
been acquired for service in was announced yesterdayby For Husband Wife production of dairy ar II ultry
the Navy of the Dominican Republic A. II. Chapman, publisher I products.

Nilo Soto Dominican He succeeds the late TAMPA r FP] Failing tpatch I Producers of citrus fruits
Counsel here has announced.The Bentley and will assume his I
'ip! marital difference, a 33 vear- and vegetables: will endeavor'
five include two patrol duties :Monday. Eastwood. na ,' hrfushand yesterday fired two to adjust production in accord
craft and three former Navy tive of Kansas comes here o '.<'.d! bullets into his wifes head with demand and also para
and Coast Guard air-sea rescue from St. Petersburg where he /
inri then killed himself.Pet. their proportion costs' to avoid
boats. was employed by the Times. .. 1a !I the
Sgt. Orris C. Beynonsaid Possibilities| swamping
the market and wasting food.fprtiliz..r. ,
W. F. Wearer died
Instantly -
Collins' Funeral Scheduled TodayST. and .effort the extension
1 and his wife died on the wayto
AUGUSTINE [APJ] Funeral services will be held today at a hospital.. official pointed out..
With a smaller ton i
\: acreage -
Church for :Meeker Collins, 15, son of .a I .
5 p.m. in Trinity Episcopal tYt Reynon sai witnesses! related allotment for 114S! ,jr Maj. Gen. and :Mrs. Vivian Collins, who was fatally injured in a -- that :Mrs. Weaver had removed had this year: farm= ..' -.o grow
accident CITY OFFICI's.: LOOK OVER: PLANS for of Smith City Engineer Bill Leseman Henry Dodge Mayor Ernest ..
hunting Friday. DAYTONA one three suitcases from a rooming I I bright leaf are expei '<- > T expand -
Young Collins, a student at Ketterlinus High School was : L. Padgett, Harry Wild, City Manager James Titus, Contractor house into a waiting cab and ', their acreage nf pesnuts: ::
accidentally shot in the head while duck hunting ith two teenaged the city's two new million-gallon water storage on when she returned the house | for --,
I l A. P. White, City Com. Ralph W. Richards, and C Girvin of to "hogging-off"<1 es1 -
companions. construction was started this week. From left to right: James the engineering firm of Girvin, and White. for other items two !shots were 1!. pand their imprcn c"re:;;
His father Gen Collins. recently retired as Adjutant Generalof : __ : fired in quick succession Seconds acreage for production 'I j ncr-: |
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Florida and head of the Florida National Guard I i later a third !shot was fired. meat. milk. and poult c.> ,;ducts,
-- 'MOTHER NATURE ON RAMPAGE LED '47 HEADLINE PARADE I HollandOn I "The extension ser\ '<-*> Clay
Pepper, Suspected Check ton said "is going tn help! farm
ers in every way that "nsn to
State News produce as much a? DChis: of
Huge Property Damage Top Hunting TripIn Artist Is Found the crops that are needed most,
help fruit and :
vegetable growersto
.p Get a CASH LOAN of [By T' c:: A,-;=:,-tH Pr---1 Sl.250.000[ for the Ringling art ': pack of dogs killed a woman in Osceola County Wanted in MurderMIAMI I adjust their problem ,:t pro
,( Miami.It :jduction in relation to are.md,
COMPARE OUR RATES Old Mother Nature-on a rampage museum; the still unsettled dispute : [API Detective Lt. H.
r $100 $300 floods frost and I legislative and ., ,, and, also to assist trirmer& in
wind ,
with was a year c '
r5OtIAaatidrPayoeab to l over the need for legislative i [r-, ? tT -.b v' ?"p. S' rl C. Howard !said' last night thata .
the Red Tide taking a $:200 million politics was hot-hut gettingrrm ; arrested of proper feeding of stock occ:; ccni
12wa.Sloo I KISSC\DIEE-Both of Floriday's man on suspicion
GET enactment of tax bills and trol conservation
new i i of fczi and
hotter as the string campaign -
Auto and Personal Loan toll of property resources
; passing bad checks has been
w S ; 9. -led the headline parade of the continuing battle between C.M. ): for election to nearly ..\-- United States Senators other materials, ani m found to be wanted in connection
siso loot rats COMMERCIAL and Edwin Fraser for the office Saturday night in Osceola : : proper care and prepn, of
Florida State news for 1017.! Gay cry began; to warm up at spent with a murder in St. Louis. Mo I
5200 13.34 18.91 CREDIT PLAN She was pushed hard for front State comptrollership.Death I ,f'.I1'-'nll. County-but it was hunting, not Lt. Howard said the man was food to prevent \\a-ip" m A8.."

s3:. ::: .:6 IXGOeeOMTEDM page attention, though by a wide as usual won its shareof Gov. Caldwell said he would I' cattle which attracted them to booked on police records as Joseph
take in the .
of educational reforms no part campaign to I
range headlines Teenth.ne Puerto A. Vincent but a card foundin
GET CASH TODAY t 537 N. Orange Ave. Ph. 7151rFLY which during the year brought Ricans died when a charter elect his successor as he prepared i "cow capital of Florida. his wallet showed his name to
revamped school laws higherpay plane crashed near Melbournein to enter the final year of his 1 I I Sen. Claude Pepper arrived at be Joseph A. Celeste. 33. of St. LOANS
One of the most' the Kissimmee Airport by plane
for teachers. co-education four-year term.
Louis. Howard
July. Eight:; Negro ('omirts said a file dis-
i ml some reorganization at the Belle Glade their (colorful chapters in the story of Saturday afternoon and dined tributed the St. Louis .i
at coffee by
. spiked ; police
.'-. ...:....'... ..... ..-. universities and record enroll- his administration was nearing a with Sen. Holland and State Sen. TO
; . ."
-; ;:! :'0.:,. ':" ": .: .1.: f; ... with wood alcohol and dird. department listed him as anted
:" : ';. .;... ments of students.It climax with trial of his S.OOOlib :() N. Ray Carroll at the latter'sranch in ecr,{
More than TOO lost! their lit es connection with a fatal knif
l Collier's i I near Deer Park Saturday
suit against magazine
; r..C"Ord.ar in n..ar.Iy in highway:; accidents throughout ing. I Consolidate II
was a ''I
Holland several l
-t-- spends
set for February after the night. I I
More taxes the State. I' II
every respect. Governor won two preliminarycourt days annually hunting as Carroll's I
were collected)) more roads I Municipal League To MeetI YOUR
More peaceful were the deathsat rulings in 1917.: guest. I
were built more rain fell inmost Miami Beach of Al Capone ,I I The cost of living went up I II After dinner Pepper returned ::- -.3'' to The Sunaa, S=n* nelStcrlLEESBL'RG ] I
AIRUJRVS places, more ;gasoline' was one-time gangster boss and Harry about the same in Florida as else-I I to the Lake Wilson cabin of \\. I Lake County DEBTS I
sold and more State construelion K. Thaw, who as a millionaire !i where. Telephone, railway fares'' .1. "Funie" Steed of Orlando to League of Municipalities will aO
n. was undertaken It;anever playboy committed a (celebrated' and express rate increases were I spend the night. Steed and Pepper i hold a meeting at the Leesburg R. E. WOLP
to CHICAGO hf'fon'-to mention a fevinevvhigh murder in the early part of the''II 1 granted by the State Railroad accompanied hy Pres. Irlo I Recreation Center here the night
marks. '1 century. i'Commission.As : Bronson of the Florida State I lof Jan. 15'.. 1. Borrow Up to S300.00.

5th Hrs. Your fastest schedule $57.35 Februarv one of the coldest Criminal charges and trials : the State's public works Cattlemen's A<;=n., plan a bird- II I :. Pay All Your Bills.
months in history, froze about swinging hack to their pre-war program): began; to rival I the hunting expedition Sunday morn J The first major super-highway 3. One Small Monthly Part
to ATLANTA ---,) million worth of citrus and groove as the prison population \ew Ural "1>1111I11 priming" relief ing. in the nation to be completed 4. One Place to Pay.
('!!f'ta hIps. The mysterious Red i parted: building up again toward expenditures of the depression I since the war is the newty-open-
3% Hrs. $21.40 Tide\ in the Gulf I killed millions i a new record. caught the readers work quietly) was stalled ed 47-mile toll road between Kit- Acceptance Corp. of Fla.
.r .,f fish in mid-Summer. Then eyes frequetly-sometimes with by the Federal Cot eminent on Community Rat-Control I]tery and Portland-a $20 million t
180 N. Ave. Ph. nSI]
Vla Connecting Airlines. All Fares Plus Tax. i. ime a series<; of destructive Sen- I well-known names. a Apalachicola River dam Urged To Save Food I project. Orange
ember hurricanes and tornadoes The Papy case claimed the ;i at C'hattahoochee which may
Connections to all principal points hu-h left a vast flood which still II most attention, but a legislative :,, eventually turn into a multi [Spe-iol to The Sumo Sentme'-Stor] I
DAILY COMMUTER FLIGHTS TO has farm production hamstrung colleague also made the front i[ million dollar flood control and I GAINESVILLE Communitv- Try ELECTROCUTED A New Taste
a 't i the En rglades. I[I page when Sen. Bert Riddle of : navigation project. I wide rat control'projects will I
TALLAHASSEE, GAINESVILLE. JACKSONVILLE Top news play went also to Bonifay was convicted and sentenced 1 I Water control continued to be not only conserve vast amountsof OUR HOT DO G S Sensation
"lopment1< lending to estab- to serve three years on aI I a hot problem during 1017! as several I badly needed grain and other Cooked electrically . cooked hot dog Inside and out.
Passengers Airmail Air Express :$ J -" i nu( 'it of the Everglades Na- fondling charge. '' million acres of South Florida [ food stuffs and feeds but also! I Also featuring

Y For All Travel Reservations -I i I"? 1 Paik: the accusation. trial Don Stevens a Jacksonville refrigerator stood knee-deep in floods and '''I'save Florida farmers and townsI I "THE WORLD'S BEST HAMBURGER"MIDGET
!mi .:H"qllittal| of Rep. Bernie C. repairman got a life farmers, cattlemen, engineers I people many thousands of dol-
.jJ '1'1,;,,\ on legislative! bribery I !sentence for killing two men inI and other interests debated ae. l j liars :year, according to V. L. I GRILLAt
PHONE 2-45684--- c';h,1.i.final liquidation of the ,an alleged numbers racket fight i, S. Army engineers' 50000.000 I l.Johnson. rodent control I specialist
I lohn Riiiglmsr, estate und establishment toe :Munn. after two of liti- with the Extension the Gateway to Winter ParkS
years plan to prevent ie ever from happening I Agricultural I
of a State trust fund of i I \ I ROPER Owner Open 7 Days a Week-10 P.M to 12 A....
- --- -- !Igation, went to jail because his J 1 I again. i, Service.




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Tangerine Borg Urih3Tl.

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Tangerine Bowl Pits High-Scoring I Elevens

JTbf Srnifcw firntinrl-&tar- Telephones: 4161 or 3-1681 p .. :fr 3 .. Fast Offensive

[Page 8 Orlando, Florida, December 28, 1947By -

Duel PredictedFor

t - iPss -. 5 S ; Annual Tilt

5. J '? P' 'j ; Js

The! Taneerine Bowl's second

BOB HAYES annual pie-ontHtion! here New
'It' ii s Niclit: \ otters\ prospect:; for
Roebuck & Co. here,
Walton McJordan Sears manager: .1 I t-i'iul" i'ftrxiduel 1 iH'tueent

has added a progressive idea for the airing of the TangerineBowl I t\\. of tluN: t nun's luglitM! -iiri -

game New Year's Night. .:r 11"Ili'ji'; fiMii'iMll tramtloat -;

Sears will sponsor the local broadcast of the game, \t both contestant,. h II'\V
ho\v" to score"! -
over WHOO, with Dan Daniels handling the announcing. Past' season's records show that 1
will not be interrupted once for a commercial
Broadcast of the game that two Tangerine Bowl contesta' .

plug for Sears. : <- Marshall's Thundering
"We'll have a commercial before the game starts one betweenthe Herr! and Cntawha's Indiansin -

first and second quarters. one at the start of the halftime Intermission their 22 games registered the

and another at the end of the intermission, one more ,sxipn=mg aggregate total of 600

between the final quarters and a final one at the end of the game," potsCoach.

McJordan promised."But Ray Straight's Marshall
we're asking Dan Danifls not to break into the broadcast f\f\ .* on: from Huntington, V Wa ,

of the game at any time while it's in progress" he went on. M 'h( went through a se' roth
of commercialsruins t" ,11 here >e.tenlay. han the
That's smart advertising, Mac. A constant din
bt-t't-r! of the scoring derhv
a sports S The Big Green in their 11

I The Tangerine Bowl Is doing all right for itself this year Ita game erased a dizzy pareof
points a game; to roll up
second year of activity. a total of 312 point
Last year there wasn't a single Western Union circuit set up t i-lit; Coach Gordon f Chuhb\1

for the press box and there was only one remote control broad- H,- lands Catawha eleven, 111\-<:

cast hook-up-to North Carolina-in use. -l.Iid"l'tori's o\ery Mary\iUe

I This year, so John Wynn of the Western Union office tells $NY.J Aw7"'t.'. ."""", -e-mi. ;,.:.:;;:':"W <:eI!' ""' # in! the inaugural bowl tilt last-

me, there'll be five, if not six, direct Western Union circuits In SCORING ACE CRACKS SCRIMMAGE LINE ward shell's Herd here New Xl'Y'ar's Day romped for 2 >2
I : during a scrimmage session at Harper-Shep; I Thundering Year's Night points in their 11 set an
handle the flow of ro\ games.
operation And the New Year's tomorrow Night starts to building a radio press"coup" atop rage.the Marvin Wetzel, bruising 195-pound Marshall full- I herd Field. Wetzel, who sallied across opponents' when the husky West Virginians tangle with intercollegiate scoring record
presently inadequate radio booth to handle the three radio broadcasts back and the nation's third-ranking individual goal (lines 18 times during the regular season for \ Catawba College's Indians, victors in last year's and has a fair stake to national

of the game. In addition to the WHOO broadcast, there'llbe I' high scoror, drives through a gap hole in the for08 I points, will be the big offensive gun for Mar- Tangerine Bowl, in the second annual bowl game. defensive Catawba's laurels.hefty Tribe which

Tom Sawyer of WDBO feeding the game to the seven-station 'lost only to VMI during the sea-

West Virginia Network for Marshall fans and Lee Kirby, ace sportscaster son, averaged 23 points a game;

from'WBT at Charlotte, N. C., feeding the game back to a ran their string of scoring to

group of North Carolina radio stations for Catawba followers. Cards Eagles/ Clash/ For NFL Tit-lei 70 consecutive games for a new

Kirby's broadcast, incidentally, is being paid for by the I record, and allowed their 11 opponents -

Salisbury, X. C., Chamber of Commerce. a paltry 27 points.
I' Marshall won nine of their 11 f
--- --
SPORT SHORTS: Bidding for Art Ross Oil!'; All-Southern I games, losing only to St. Xavier |M

back Is 6h ''rp. Among bidding schools, but probably not all of : Chicagoans InstalledAs Harris Rickey And and Canislus.108 Their. defense allowed
Again points.In
Brownie Sale Rumored
them are: North Carolina Alabama, Georgia Tech, Rollins Miami contract to most bowl
Florida, Georgia and Penn State . Several Central Florida
Catawba and
coaches were sounded out by Tampa U. on the Spartan grid coachIng Two Touchdown : Williams Cited As
Jenkins. ST. LOUIS [IAPI] George F. "We didn't discuss price and I I "I have made some progress," Marshall operate' from a single
Job, them being Paul O'Neil of OHS and Joe
among Kinkead, Louisville businessman made no offer. I am leaving St. he declared. "but I want to look vringback pattern from behind
Tavares. Many others got the "feelers" . Carlisle Hughes. of the Favorites For Game said yesterday he believeda Louis for Louisville and from into the situation thoroughly." Top Baseball Leaders unbalanced I lines. They rely not
new Hughes Sporting Goods Shop, donated the game ball used for I only upon power, hut upon
deal could be and would be there will go to San Antonio, I Murkerman could not be ;
the Demopoulos Benefit Game between the Ramblers and Kis- CHICAGO (API Chicago's explosive arranged for the sale of the where I want to Investigate the I reached hut Dunhar said he ST. LOUIS [API Brooklyn tricky reverses!! and strong

simmee.I . Cardinals battle the \merican League St. Louis Browns' farm club situation. I I had talJ..pdith Kinkead. :, Pres Branch Rickey I I pacing; attacks also.
McCormick, part-time Eustis resident, built the casket Philadelphia Eagles for the Na- Browns. understand they have a fine plant I Kinkead is the third person to Dodger' I I. Straight ran his big and fast

used for burial of Man 0' War . Doug Barnes capable referee tional Football League ( Kinkead said he represents there. but that there are some i ay he represented a group interested Manager Bucky Harris of the I Marshall sqUad through their
called to say he would referee without pay the fight; card Temple ionship in snow swept "hamp-I fWD wealthy t St. liouisans who I j complications." I in purchasing the Browns. I New York Yankees and Ted Williams -,, sixth and seventh drills yester.
since their arrival
Mason In Rtaging: soon for the Demoponlo Fund. . Charles' Park today, ending the would keep the club here. | Kinkead said he and his back- 'Emory C. Perry of Chicago visited Boston Red Sox outfielder, day at Harp
Field and
Snyder, husky Marshall tackle, has received a pro grid offer . season in league history. "I talked to James Dunbar, ers believed that if Muckerman St. Louis early last :year and I were named yesterday, as No. I er-Shepherd 9 workout there announced
a a.m. today.
Willie Kantanna, Tampa fight manager?; suspended and fined I, Tlie game. which probably will attorney for Richard C. Muckerman. could obtain about SI.600,000 the 'I recently Robert Rodenberg of : 1 men of the year In the major I. "".e'll hold only one workouta

by the City Boxing Commission about a month ago, promises legal attract 38.000 to 40.000 spectators. Browns' owner and got the deal could be arranged quickly i Baltimore came to St. Louis. I News, baseball day from here on in, but we'll
action to clear himself and get his fine lifted . George; Mjatt, partly cloudy skies and temperatures impression that the Browns were hut. he added, "this is merely a Bothmen made a brief investi-- leagues by Sporting. I spend another session each day
Rutland's department I in the low 30's were pre on the market," Kinkead said i guess." 'cation and left.Armed weekly.It "
Chattanooga Lookout pilot now working; in sports dicted. The kickoff will be at I was the third such award in blackboard drills, he said

says he's mighty itchy for baseball to get;. started 1:05: p.m. [CST). I for Williams, who was selected I adding, "We're in pretty good

again. . The odds favoring the Cardinals Mike Gaddis Named I No. 1 player by the newspaperin I physical trim and our timing is
twice triumphant o\er Collegiate I Assault 1911! and 1942. Rickey also almost at game readiness new."
I j cited previously, in 1936. Straight will allow his chargesto
the Ragles this settledi
( U. Coach
Tar Netters Lamed Balblers/ I i at 12 points last season night.; Code'j Tampa Nominated For I when he vice-president and rest this afternoon but he
'Purity j I
I! This margin comes from the Under Code general manager of the St. Louis plans afternoon drills tomorrow
Purity and and
Wednesday a night
fact that the Cardinals defeated Cardinals. I

In Sugar Bowl Tourney TodayNEW I' their opponents exhibition 38 to 21. in and apreseason Vote SlatedNEW I TAMPA [IAPI] Myron [IMikel] Widener EventMIAMI I honored Top men by In Sporting the minor News leagues this I II workout Tuesday. In the Tangerine Bowl

game Gaddis. Jesuit High i School
ORLEANS [AP] Ted Schroeder hard-hitting Davis Cupper then walloped them, 45 to 21, YORK [API Some 300 ; I Il'Pl] Armed and As- year were Business Manager I Tangerine Bowl officials said
I coach here, yesterday was appointed William Parnhage of the Waterloo -\' brisk ticket sales pointed to a
from Glendale, Cal.. Is favored to a 16-player field in the I I
sweep able
universities and colleges will i sault, two of racing's most
11th annual Sugar Bowl Tennis Tournament which here WHOO Carries Game head coach and athletic j Three-I League club, Nick turnout Thursday night of "at
opens The National Football lea take final action here Jan. 9-10 director of the University of competitors. headed a nominationlist jCullop, Milwaukee Brewer manager least 9.500. Football fans all over

today.The top-seeded Schroeder Is the only former Sugar Bowl gue's championship tilt today I i on the widely-discussed "purity I Tampa. of 34 thoroughbreds announced -1 (American Assn.] and Out- I this section have evidenced" Interest

< between the Chicago; Cardinals code," and the president of the Gaddis will take over in a part- yesterday for the 11th run- : fielder Hank Sauer of the in this game.

champion In the field, havingwon and the Philadelphia Eagles; ; I NCAA referred to it yesterday as time capacity until June when : ning of the S50.000 Widener handicap 1 j Syracuse International League >
the singles title in 1941 and j 'The Babe Other may he heard over station I IWIIOO. he will sever connections with Chiefs.
towards "a national ath-- : at Hialeah race course this
a move Catawba
if he lives up to his No. 1 billing. starting at 2 p.m., with I the Jesuit School and devote full I Squad

will become the second repeat \ Link Stars Plan ABC Sportscajter Harry Wismer I letic conference." I time to the college's athletic pro- Winter. 'tAiling Athletes Are
announcing the game.' I The growing of universitiesand gram. !I Armed, Calumet Farm's golden Arrives
titleholder in Sugar Bowl his- j Dr. E. C. Nance, president of will be for MondaySALISBURY.
Meet colleges into regional conferences : gelding, shooting a I
Benefit Golf Chief Worries Of
tory. : during the regular league play.Today's has played a most im- Tampa University said Gaddis third straight victory, in the Feb. N. c. [API Coach
Schroeder Is matched with ATLANTA [IAPI] MildredB battle marks the first would field a football team next 21 classic against the King Ranch Gordon Kirland ran his Catawba
lanky Wade Herren, Tulane -- a b e" Didrickson Zaharias. appearance of both teams in the ,' portant part in the development Fall under the recent "purity"code pride he beat in a match race Cotton Bowl Heads College football squad through

University's Southeastern Con- i Patty Berg, Louise Suggs and championship won their playoffs.initial The Western Cardinals of collegiate athletics," Dr. Karl ; adopted by the college. I l this ;year. DALLAS (API] The conditionof ,two brisk!': workouts yesterday as

ference runner-up, in first-round :' Dorothy Kirby four of feminine division title their E. Lieb of the University of'' Other prized mounts on the ailing athletes held the con- the Indians resumed workoutsfor
play. j 1 olfdom's brightest stars will rival Chicago by upsetting while the: Iowa said. H 1 I Widener list include Fervent, cern of both Penn State Collegeand their Tangerine Bowl tilt

Second seeded Gardnar Mul--; meet in a benefit match at the Eagles qualified Bears by crushing "Now comes the time when 'Bama Texas Faultless, Bug Juice, Riskolater, Southern Methodist Uni-- with Marshall College.

loy of Miami. Fla., another Davis Capitol City Country Club Mar Pittsburgh last Sunday in the'I there is need for a national con- Lord Boswell. Respingo, Lord versity coaches last!' night. Kirkland concentrated on get
Cupper takes on Richard Mou- 14. East's divisional playoff. 1! ference. I feel we are not too I Grillo, Frere Jacques and Lets Nittany Lion Halfback Johnny ting "Christmas kinks" out of his

ledous. No. 2 I' S. junior player, I The announcement was made Both the Cardinals and Eaglesare early in preparing to take final Dance. Chuckran is definitely out of thegame boys' joints. Squad members reported -

also of Tulane yesterday by Mrs. \VardVight physically ready and on edge. action on these amendments." Tapering Off with a bad hip Injury received back from Christmas holi
I Jr., president of the Young Ma.tron'fI i The constitutional' in hard scrimmage days.
Victor Seisas, Philadelphia, I The Easterners are a bit deeperin proposed Howell Connerly Friday's -
and Irving Dorfman New York, Circle' for the Tallulah reserves because of two injur- I amendments making up the I i Head Coach Bob Higgins The Indians will leave by bus

third and fourth seeded in the Falls SchooL: Proceeds from the j les suffered by the Cardinals. "purity code." are designed to BILOXT Miss [VP1 Alabama's Shine As Ole Miss announced. at 8 a.m. today. stopping for the
draw. meet a couple of worthy I match would be used to build a Caleb :Martin, tackle still is hos- set up standard practices for Sugar Bowl-bound Crimson Tide At the same time John Pots- night at Savannah. Ga. They planto
opponents Seixas battles Hal library for the school. I pitalized by injuries suffered in regulating college sports and to rolled into this Gulf coast resort For Game klan. end and co-captain, turnedup reach Orlando, Fla., site of the
Surface. Kansas eliminate taint. and set Preps with in his Jan. 1 game, by mid-aftjernoon tomorrow
City, a former the last game with the Eagles. any professional city yesterday up campto a severe pain
Southern champion. Angeles. No. 15. against Bobby End Frank Ivy is sidelined because They deal mainly with scholar- prepare for its New Year's !: UNIVERSITY, Miss. [IAPJ] side' and chest. and skipped the for their first practice in

Dorfman meets Richard Bal- Curtis Rice Institute, NCAA of a shoulder separation ships and recruiting.The Day meeting with the Universityof Earl [Dixie] Howell, of Taladega, Saturday workouts.At Florida's warm climate
doubles champion. amendments framed by a Texas at New Orleans. Southern Methodist Tackle Only two of Kirkland's chargesire
in the battle with the Rears.I j I
blers. Rollins College:; who is 'I Ala, a speedy running back in from injuries. Fred
.NCAA singles titleholder' j The game figures to he a fast' special committee after two The TiS-man Crimson Tide Claud Hill and End Harold suffering
Chile's national singles 'hamll- Gardner' learned of Rollins I moving thriller, in which any- years' work were approved by squad, including 20 veterans of the Ole Miss offensive machine (Clark both reserves for the I Fisher, stout reserve end i is in a
ion.Ather College against:; Billy W e tf'r.' thing can happen-and probably the NCAA at the 1947 com'en-- previous Alabama games in the 'this season, was in fine trim yesterday I Mustangs were out of practice I Salisbury hospital following a

first-day matches pit field of New Orleans. will. There can be no let-down. I I tion. Sugar, Orange or Rose Bowls, 'i as the Rebs slammed I for the second successive day I' knee operation, and Harold
Herbert Flam Los: Angeles. ISth i, The doubles draw will be made One mistake can decide the I went through a snappy workout because of colds. Bill Moxley. Bowen, star back is limping from
ranked nationally against liar- today with Schroeder and Mul-- championship. The Cardinals shortly after arriving by bus through a rough session prepara- I reserve fullback, complained of ;, a knee injury. Bowen, however,
Denver Cuts Back
court Waters" o'l" Tulane tory to the Delta Bowl game in 1 will action.
: and loy pairing as the almost-certain probably will bank chiefly on from Tuscaloosa. I I' a bad knee.Butts. probably see
Richard "'Pancho' Gonzalcs. Los No 1 seeded Memphis Jan. 1. I a:;...
combination. coring via the air, while the '
--- -- --- PGA Prize MoneyDENVER In a session devoted primarilyto
Eagles will rely upon power on AUSTIN. Tex. [UP] The run- work on the Notre Dame offense I
th ground. [APl] The second an- ning of Fullback Ray Bornemanand I Offers To Quit GeorgiaJob
Howell several
off :
Army Denies Glenn Davis Right nual Denver open golf tournament Left Halfback Billy Pyle '
long trips that looked Impressive.
stook the Uni--
I with prize money reduced out yesterday as I
Dixie Bowl Teams versity of Texas began windingup j I Capt Charley Conerly passed In Over FinancesATHENS.
from S15000 to SI2.500 has been Wrangle
To with his usual proficiency, hit-
Quit Service Play Pro Ball tentatively scheduled for next preparations for the Sugar
Drills 19-22! at the Wellshire Municipal Bowl game in New Orleans tign Barney Poole frequently. Butts of
I I Stage Long Aug 'Jack Stribling. Poole's replacement Ga. [fUP] Head Coach Wallace the
WASHINGTON (API Glenn Davis was denied permission to course against: Alabama's Crimson Tide
at left end was also an outstanding University of Georgia football team offered his resignation
I BIRMINGHAM. Ala. I fAP New Year's
resign from the Army by the War Department the ] The 1947 tournament was backed Day.
second time the All-America halfback's plea to enter yesterday.the foot Coach RuheIcC'rav: sent the by a large group of local golf The Longhorns will leave for I target of the afternoon. yesterday and Harmon Caldwell, president of the university.
ball ranks has been rejected in six months pro William and :Mary Indians I I enthusiasts who reported that New Orleans Tuesday.Joe Another Alabama boy WillGlO'er. hotly denied charges by State Auditor B. E. Thrasher that

Davis now a second lieutenant stationed at Fort Kas. through a gruelling workout un- they took a financial beating: on tailback replacement for I I the Athletic] Assn. was draining funds from the
Riley with both the
der Conerly. played
a balmv
sun yesterday the $15.000 prize outlay. They ; Cooper defenseman of the State Treasury- ?
atcepted the ruling philosophi- for I first and second teams againstthe I
preparation their Dixie
Bowl Cleveland Barons of the American
said yesterday. however, that
'cally at the home of his parents clash Jan. 1 with Arkansas.FAYETTEVILLE. they were determined to keep Hockey League. operates a third and gave promise of I Butts. presently preparing hisj j jI embarrassing to the university if)
: j for New Year's Dav engagement Georgia Athletic Board for me to
taken team
I fine work should Conerly be I a
In Claremont. Cal. wh<>re he is the PGA-sanctioned tournament 20-alley bowling establishment in I University of continue as head coach."
from the with the
I Ark. I game.
(API| i
ali\e Winnipeg. Canada.
spending the holidays. Coach John Barnhill put the Arkansas I Part of the session was devoted -II Maryland: in the Gator Bowl :at In a prepared statement. Ca'd::
"Naturally. I'm disappointed. I R' Razorback-football squad I to defensive rehearsal against Jacksonville Fla. offered to resign well said "the Georgia Athletic

had hoped to play professional through two hard practice sessions ,TCU passes and protection and "1f at any time it becomes Assn. has not received one dire
Benefit Set For Jan. 5Redheaded
football next -ear. Bu\ ordersare yesterday in preparation ; Boxing Program 'coverage on punts.Kentuckhns I from the State . although football -

orders and it goes without for the New Year's engagement I I at the university has:: ni. ;e
that I'll wan the Jackie Rraziel of Jacksonville, \\"hoon arousing substantial contributions to tne
saying by them: William and :Mary In-
explained the player who made ciidi in Birmingham's Dixie :; 10-round decision over Jimmy Burke in his last outing : Topple State Treasury."

the Associated Press All-America Go" I here will headline the Sta\rov Ileniopoulos Benefit Boxing i Furman Five 85-40 Thrasher. who had charged
team three successive years Cant Moiula, .Ian. 3 at the American Legion" Arena. that the University Athene4ssn :

Although he did not identify Basketball Promoter Temple )Mason who will promote the .\m Vet. I TAMPA [API Extern Ken- ; had borrowed $01.000 from .

the professional eleventh Scores *)pon"ored benefit for the seriously' injured Orlando youth, said ( tucky handed Furman a second I.. the State and that Georgia TechIf':

which he hoped to play it was COLLEGE that Bra7iel. a middleweight would oppose an opponent to be :i shellacking on the hardwood ,, ". !id< created a debt of $3-11000
certain to be a California team Michigan! : !State 57. Wavne 55. named early this week in a in-round fight. I courts here last night and set a ,rl hp suegested "that bo'h: Dr.

Draft righU.to Davis are owned Ohio State 6*. Wash. U. 611> : Bob !Shew maker popular Chicago:; scrapper) is booked. for Tampa coring record in the So (',,dc1"! pll and Coach Bum read
by Los Angeles of the National Temple ':'3. Daitmouth 54 I the eight-round semi-final and Billy I'asco. the hard-hitting to 40 fray The Kentuckians were r.I.! report"' when he w.is Informed -

League and by San Francisco; of St. Francis [IBkn] ':'Arizona Winter Park Negro; light:; heat"j. will appear on a six-round hont. I|led by their All-American candi-- of the statement made
the All-America confereme '70' I date. Goebel Ritter. who shipped hpre
Plans to re-match Brazirl with Burke fell through yesterday -
Last June Davis and his \'1J. Niagara::; 46, Southern Cal 43 when Burke 14 points through the hoop. Thrasher had suggested that
was advised by his doctor to !'taout of the
America teammate. Fullback Felix South Dakota 65, Morehead the State Legislature place re-
ring:; until ruts around the' suffered in his bout with
(Doc) Blanchard. asked the IK-., ;56 Are -:-u-ictions on the Georgia and
Bra/iel 10 Five Race Horses
dais have healed.
War Department that the usual I Eastern: Kentucky 8:;, Fur- Georgia Tech Athletic Associations
six-week furlough given new man 40 Neither Braziel. !Shenmaker nor Pasco needs any introduction Abandoned in Canada to keep them from orrow.tn .
graduates of West Point be extended GLENN DAVIS to Orlando boxing; fans. AH three have appearedhere ''
HIGH !SCHOOLBilNliorough money.
I OTTAWA [AP] Police yesterday -
to three months so that . Army holds him I : 47, Sara-ota 33. !several times giving!: : excellent accounts each performance.After searched for the persons raid,] well said the- total salary
the pair might play pro footballIt taxes, fight expenses and purges for the fighters::; have who abandoned five race horses, -,:i t.M\ed by Butts "is very much

was de"KHl that 'tin' ,JPt'.II".n' of this nil! C.ATOU !SWIMMERS; been deducted the remainder of the gate; receipts will :go; into at the ("onn3l1 ht Race Track ic tan! the salaries many sue-

. Yestertfav0p! ] to Da\ i- ..' h lhltu. v "u..pt"ult'li in umditions < (; -\I'\r\I : I II I I.I.E-Ot1l'1 :
made public bSei Ho:'all aW ,It 5.m, "-'It' g(' :" ;::0., ,"Ill Itt t' Jf1t 'uprt >::" ,-, ) paralyzed bj' a spinal dislocation in a Wesleyan!! University toe i 1,1p1T.J The noiseswere ic-.- n."n the amount that has

the service normally'accepts permit the mauuenanc ano one tre&nman make up the freshman football game:; last month. founo Wednesday in a starvingand bern .rfrrp'j: i hm within the past
peacetime resignations of officers of the officers corps on a completely t mversity of Flonda swimming Tickets will go on sale Tuesday, Ringside seats will be exhausted condition and one WALLY BUTTS ,few moEti: by each of two lead-
"without hesitation," but added volunteer basis." (squad for the 1948 season. priced at $2 and general admission ducats at SI. had to be destroyed. . offers to quit I I ling Southern universities."



Dusty Racing Boots Program Club At Schedules Sanford Quarter Airport Today Horse t South Scores 33-6 Win In Blue-Gray Tilt

[Special to The Sunday Sentine .Star] i' Orlando, Florida, December 28, 1947 Telephones: 4161 or 31681hr\ frmt&ait Sorntinrl'tar Page-- 9' _
SANFORD The Dusty Boots Riding Club presents its first all- Boomed I .

star Quarter Horse Racing Show today at the Sanford Municipal Rebels Register Maxim - -. -- ------- ,I --I

Airport at 230: p.m. : ,..,...
Nine races, all match events have been announced for the I For Title ShotIn k' Trojans To Act

program which has a total purse of $12.000 riding on the four top Boyle Sets Ski RecordBUDDY

events of the day. <-I Most Decisive Tandberg Go: h

Misty It, State quarter horse Court As Guinea
Rollins CLEVELAND Slick -- PigsIn
champion owned by Ceech Par- I [IAPl] Joey :
Maxim confidentialy expects to BOYLE, in air at left set a world
tin of Kis immee, is matched Win In ClassicMONTGOMERY
AdvanceIn utilize Olle Tandberg; as a step-
again Stella Moore,owned by Stars ping stone to a shot at theworld's t. record of 65 feet in a ski jump at Cypress
Q. I. Robert! of Palatka, in the Rose Bowl
Ala. (AP] heavyweight championship Gardens Winter Haven yesterday, in ;
top-ranking feature.
day's Net Meet when he clashes with Swe--
Other races pit Carry Me. Flashing a well-balanced attack den's fistic pride in New York's II I / opener of two-day State Ski Tourney.
owned by Joe Priest of Tavares, JACKSONVILLE [lAP) Little and taking advantage of its opportunities Madison Square Garden, Jan. 9. PASADEXCal: .. [n.1 )< Written
I I Johnette Kirkpatrick Daytona Beach won into the records( <) 'np Rce::;
The Cleveland-born Italian- :
against Baby Sis. owned by Harry Bobby Sierra of Tampa. who a hand-picked Southern ..
Bowl are ; ".aI:> upsets
\ man: urpriM
Westberry of Palatka. and holds the top-seeded spot. yes- I, eleven defeated a similar I with American Champion almost Joe snared Louis a bout this women's slalom event, Nance Stilley, Winter I shining examples! ,->> where
against Dusty Bailey
Pop Eye terday advanced to the finals of team from above the Mason- t but lost the chance when the impossible couldn't -.aDPen-
and Little Annie against Pin Up i year, 94 9/ Haven, won woman's high jump event.
L in the 32d I here 33-6, he Joe Wal-! I but did.
GirL" The latter two races are the boys' singles Dixon line yesterday was edged by Jersey >
,. Jr. Such is the Public cott the man who floored the Dick Pope won men's slalom heat. Final thought -
220-yard() events. annual Florida State in the 10th renewal of the Blue- titleholder twice in their hectic I thought. mind you a>- mighty

Pop Eye is owned by R. C. Courts tennis tournament here. Gray football game. tussle Dec. 5. events are at 1 p.m. today. :Michigan heads into n,. New

Howard of Sanford and Dusty The young Tampan turned The outcome was never in Year's Day engagement againsta
:Maxim has been matched I
Bailey wears Westbury col back Gene Roberts of Jacksonville doubt after the Rebels: flashedto team almost everyone nas expressed -
ors. Annie is owned by E. W. 6-0, 6-1. He then went on with Jersey Joe three times. great sympathy: for the.
; touchdowns in the '
two eary He the Xew .
Williams of Palatka and PinUp to enter the men's singles; competition I' outpointed Jersey t' Trojans of Southern Ca'.fSrnia.:;
: Girl by Priest. but was defeated by game and carried the fight to Xein a 10-rounder in August The Troys. judging by the consensus -
of last year and then dropped are rank underdogs pick
Misty B-Stella Moore and second ranked Gus Peoples of their opponents to the delightof
The two successive split decis ed be beaten from 1 1. to 20
Marry Me-Baby Sis races will be I Rollins College, 6-2, 6-1, in a a partisan capacity crowd of ions. points Maybe more. If al> the
each the winner first round match.
worth $5000 to
22,500. 4 ("oast hears i is true of me foot"hall
will end New In their in
while the other two cards are The tournament fight Philadelphialast
paired off in $1000 events. Year's Day in time for the It was the Sonth's sixth victory January, the referee voted % magic i possessed hv !smart
Coach Fritz Crisler lads from
at the Gator for Maxim hut the two judges
champions to appear in nine tries and the most
The five remaining races will the nod to Walcott At.n/ Arbor.}
Bowl football game. gave
decisive of the series.The
be announced this afternoon Other results of yesterday's: Singer Frank Sinatra promoted But once, some: :30 years ago
Club Pres. Jack Sassard of Sanford competition: South, alert to its oppon- the last Maxim-Walcott meet a team": from the I'lmt'ixiiv. of

announced. Admission! Faith McLaughlin of Jacksonville ent's mistakes, had scoring ing in Los Angeles last June. Ott-goii. was!'; given nthance'
will be $1.Pirates defeated Jean Hooper of and Walcott again emerged witha :.1lI1..t t a proud Penttw": ania
chances early in the when .
'I'i There was a mall band
'I- en
in the decision.
Jacksonville, 6-2, 6-1 second split
fumbles cost the losers the ball and 'i' mon from Columbia who sup-
women's The referee
the judge
round of one gave
[List 31-Game singles. twice inside their 20-yard( line. Jersey Joe the fight by the slender ixedlv, didn't have a chance

Mark rtyan of Tampa defeated Neither produced a score but margin of 3 and 2 points respectively .ijwmst; !'; Stanford in WA! and
Jacksonville while the other nere) wore the same Stanford
Haines Drayton of judge
Schedule that the last
Exhibition was opportunitythe who n: balloted for Maxim.
6-1, 6-0 in the first round of theboys' ,
Rebels missed. v-par later in meeting Southern.,
PITTSBURGH[ ] The Pittsburgh singles. The dark-haired Clevelander UtMhotiist.
Leon Wilson of Jacksonville They went 43 yards for the
Pirates of the National I has made long strides since his
will play 39 exhibition defeated John Schumpert of the first score, and then tallied on'' managership: was taken os'erby The outcome of those games

League in their 1918 Spring train- University of Florida 646) movements of 14 yards, one yard. 'I grizzled Jack Kearns, who furnished extreme shocks! Oregon -
6-2 in the first:; round of themen's whipped Penn, Columbia
ing schedule--Sl of them against 20 and 77 yards. The North cash, guided heavyweight championJack
singles. in his blanked) the Vow boys, and the
Dempsey goidendays.
major opposition.The pre-season highlight will Howard James of lakeland ed in on a 74-yard drive in the I Vow buss Mint. out SouthernMelhodNt.

bring the Detroit Tigers to the defeated Donald Luke of second period to make it 21-6 at I I He now ranks second in the .

PS Steel City April 17 and 18 just Tampa, 3-6, 6-2, 6-2 In the first intermission, but never got past National Boxing Assn's honor- recently as New Years Day

before the Pirates go to Cincinnati round of the junior singles. the South's 38 at any other time i I able mention list in the heavyweight ( of 134? there was quite a sur-
i prise) in the Rose Bowl) Illinois -
their i
to regular season division while
open Tandberg
Claude Luke of Tampa defeated George Grimes of Virginia ,
the second best
April 19. is rated third the out I
Lt Doug Aldrich of Jacksonville '! among
schedule Includes sparked the South team with two in the Big Nine to Michigan,
Spring standing boxers. Always a clever -
6-2 6-2, in the second 4
12 games with the Chicago White touchdowns and three extra I boxer. Maxim has developed dared to face the Big Bruins o{
round of the men's singles.
Sox, eight with the Giants; three Alan Dee of St. Petersburg points and kept the North eleven some punching power in the last .... (UCLA and managed to quit the
with the Browns; four with defeated Jimmy Wiltshire of at bay with brilliant punting. II year or so.Maxim stadium on the big end of a 45-14

Cleveland, two with the Chicago Jacksonville Grimes scored first from the one has been boxing pro- score.
10-8, 3-6, 6-3 in the
For school that has
Cubs three with the Hollywood second round of the men's sin- i after Dan Sandifer of Louisiana fessionally for seven years. His a won
Stars three with the Oakland State and End John North of : pro record to date lists 52 victories eight out of nine appearances in

Oaks and two with the San gles.Larnerd :Munoz of Jacksonville Vanderbilt had gained most of 14 losses and two draws. the_ Rose Bowl, polling up 206
Francisco Seals.Schwartz defeated the ground. Ray Drost of Terv' / points to opponents' 66 this role
Rathbun of
Named On All-State of underdog is not a familiar one
6-3, 6-3, in the first round of the nessee blocked Lou King'sIowa Fort Worth Cage for Southern Cal.
men's singles. [ ) punt to set up the first !
Sets But that's the situation against
Bruce Thomas of West Palm score. Tourney OpensFORT OCALA ( API 1 Twenty -two from Hillsborough. who failed to of St Paul's': Jacksonville: Kosey Michigan and If'ever the stage
Sandifer :
Beach defeated Mark Ryan of intercepted a pas; I Florida high school football make either All-State first team'or of Miami Senior: Ko! s of Orlando was set for an upset-if ever a
Net Meet PaceNEW Tampa, 6-0, &0. in the first roundof from King in the second period WORTH. Tex. [AP] honorable mention. and lIewlette of Plant. team had that intangible thing
and ran 41 yards to the North players were selected by the
the men's singles.; Louisiana State and Texas A. & .
I More than 50 sportswriters on I Honorable Mention: End called psychology on its! side-
YORK [IAPI] Third Norman Copeland of Rollins 14 and then Jim Batchelor (East M. meet here tomorrow at 2 p.m. Florida State Sports Writers Florida dailies and weeklies Gary of Bolles Jacksonville, and this is the stage and Southern

seeded Sidney Schwartz, University College defeated Billy Ou hterI I Texas State] passed nine yardsto in the opening game of the Fort Assn': for All-State honors as ballots I turned in ballots for 103 candidates Knight of Lee, Jacksonville: Cal i is!'; the team.
of Miami, Fla., tennis star son" of the University of Florida Bob Weir (Virginia] who made I
Worth invitation basketball
college from members were countedby for the two teams. tackles, Temple of Leon, Tallahassee One crass observer even called
led the field Into the third roundof 6-1, 6-2, in the first roundof I:a diving, rolling catch in the I tournament which is to con- Assn. Pres. Ash Wing yester- "\ tatl' [First Team: Ends.I III and Victor of St Augus- the Trojans guinea pigs who un-

the National Junior Indoor the men's singles.: end zone. tinue through Wednesday night. Summerall!! of Lake City, He- tine; guards "hillil''i| of Daytona derwent an experiment for the

Tennis Tourney yesterday by Alice Raleigh of Jacksonville I The Xorth came back T4 Other first round games include day.The mythical prep team compared mond of akeland; tackles, :Ni- Reach, and Cox of Panama City: benefit of Notre Dame. and now
routing George Edis, New York Beach defeated Pauline Wilderof yards with the )kickoff mostlyon Texas Tech vs. North favorably with Florida black of Gainesville and Haslam center Gillstrap of Landon face another by the Michigans.The .

6-1. frO. Jacksonville 3-6, 6-0, 6-0, in ground plajs with Dick Texas State. 3:15 p.m.; Southern All-Southern selections which I of St. Petersburg; guards, Payneof Jacksonville; backs, Payne of Crisler Corps wants to see
In the boys' division Ken Ang-- the women's singles. I Deranek [Indiana] going over Methodist vs. Hardin-Simmons. were announced a week ago with Jefferson and George of Mi- Pensacola terhaudt; of Lake if it can penetrate the Trojans

yal Hamtramck, Mich., was! officially from It yards out. 7:45 p.m.. and Texas Christianvs. the exception of one player- amia Senior: center. Prom of I City, Long: of Haine,. City, and II hide with a larger !score'; than the
moved -into the third Texas Wesleyan. 9 p.m. Hubert Brooks. 200-pound tackle Lee Jacksonville: backs Antone Morris of St. Petersburg. 38- executed by Notre Dame
round as first seeded Charles Bug Juice Captures Wash Serini [Kentucky] block-I -
Atherton, Columbus Ohio, notified -, I II ed Eddie Dolan's (Syracuse] punt I

officials he was ill. at the :North's goal and Sandifer Wake Forest Star J. M. Viehman Son
Ted Jax, Hamtramck Mich. Gulfstream FeatureMIAMI picked it up at the 15. He lateral- Tabor Set For GoodYear Georgia Leaves ,

15-year-old: high school lad who led to Bill
I Moseley (Kentucky] Wins; Trophy Again Bag 13-Point BuckJ.
\. took the Eastern Boys' crown I (API] Bermill Farm's ; who bulled to the one and San-
last week, registered his second Bug Juice with veteran jockey difer scored from there. I MILTON, Mass. [AP] Despite !led in 73: games because of injuries CLINTON. s. C. [rAP) Richard M. Viehman and son.T.,

win of the tourney as he pre I Joe Licausi aboard, won the $10,'I Roland :Nabors [Texas Tech) ,word from Philadelphia that Bert I wasn't a true test of his For Gator Bowl icholas I Nick I Ognovich, Wake M. Jr.. 1202 Wesemoreland
vailed over Jack Ives Montclair, 000 Fort Lauderdale Handicapat intercepted another King pass'at Haas former Cincinnati Red, is I ability. Forest College's brilliant quarterback Dr., yesterday brought back

N. J, 6-2, 6-2 to advance into Gulfstream Park :yesterday. I' the North 35 and lateralled to'' expected to be the Phillies' third Ii 1 has been voted the mo,>tutstanding from Sweetwater H u n t n g
Tabor batted .235 last ,
the third round. Helene K. Haggert's Rampartwas Sandifer who went to the 20. In I II baseman next season, one James I season I ATHENS Ga. [rAPl] Halfbacks I) blocker in the Southern Grounds in Seminole a 13
second and Gustav Ring's I two tries Sandifer went to the'' Reuben Tabor says he will be his lowest average in nine years Conference for the third I point, 200-pound deer

Beau Jack MatchedFor Respingo third in the mile and I three from where Grimes scored. :: the Phils' third sacker in 1948. 1,' of big league baseball That figure Lukie Brunson and Floyd Reid !straight season.B.SFJIAiJj The buck, dubbed "Old Mi.

sixteenth test for three-year. That made it 27-6 as the third I I "I don't think I'll have any pulled his lifetime average I paced the University of Georgia It ami Springs", has!': been the

Jan. 5 BoutNEW olds and upwards. I period ended. !I trouble with him (Haas]", said! down to .26!). Bulldogs in their final scrim- PI.\\n: INKS avowed quarry of the Vieh-
Bug Juice, who went to post the former Red Sox third base- | The injuries Tabor suffered I
Starting at its 23, the South mage yesterday before leavingfor SAGINAW, :Mich [AP] Herman mans for five years they re
HAVEN. Conn. lAP] I at 5 to 1, returned $12.80, $4.80 drove to the final touchdown on man who lives here in the off i last season: A spine bruise, a Jacksonville, Fla., and their John 51. former I ported. The younger Vtehman
Former world's lightweight ,and $3.70 across the board for $2. I ground plays with Charlie Rich- season. pulled! hip muscle and three dam- New Year's Day Gator Bowl en- Schwartje a I winged the crafty buck last
champion Beau Jack of Augusta. The favorite, Sunshine Stable's kus [IN. C. State] and Stockbridge 1 I "I'm only 31 and I've three or :' aged ribs, two split and one broken with the University of minor league baseball pitcher' Tuesday and the elder Vieh
gagement -
Ga., and Irish Jimmy Collins of Let's Dance, finished sixth in carrying the brunt. four good years ahead of me. I'm , in a collision with Giant who hurled a perfect ganie; In I man brought him down vester

Baltimore have been signed fora I the field of nine. From the 10 yard line with 15 I II taking a lot better care of my- Catcher Walker Cooper. Maryland.Brunson. a freshman, and lf)25) died yesterday: followinga day with a blast of buckshot.
heart attack at his Sagmaw
10-rounder here self this Winter. I "Things like that just don'thappen
on Jan. 5 seconds left, Joe Smith [Texas well
Reid a sophomore ran on
Matchmaker Sheppardannounced Tabor, who is coaching a fast every year. Watch me home. I
Snow Storm Blacks Tech) took a pass from Batchelor I offense and looked just as goodon
yesterdav. in the end zone. semi-pro basketball team added next season, cautioned.. "I'lli I

Out Boxing Show The first downs were even at I that last season when he appear- i be in that starting. infield." !simulated': defensive Maryland maneuvers offense.againsta CONSULT OUREXPERT

Former Browns' Star seven each but the South had I Howard Johnson, sophomore 4 t.
BROOKLYN ]lAP] For the an edge in net yards rushing, 109-! tackle who sustained an injured :

Reported Near Death second time in 25 years of presenting I 101. and in passing, 40 to 101. i Faurot Bierman Drive SquadsFor hack Friday will be ready for for moteriol. estimates 4B
on new
ANAHEIM Calif. f API] 111 for I !: Saturday night boxing. Each team completed eight I the contest

two Years. George Blaeholder 42, the Ridgewood Grove Arena was passes. with the South trying I The Georgia squad, 41 strong. construction, repairs or remodelling

former star St. Louis Browns "dark" last night because of 21 and the :North 23. Annual East-West ContestSAN will arrive in Jacksonville Mon\ See
pitcher. was reported by his fam- snow. Summary: THOMAS LUMBER COMPANYGore
ily yesterday as near death. The only other time the Grove North All-SUr ..- h_ 0 C 0 0-- i FRANCISCO r TAP] The West squad, \ill, burst forth in
Are. and R.R. in Orlando
South All-star 7 14 S C 33
in lost 1914 a Saturday because of fight fire.Tangerine .date was North.. (tearing for Human touchdowns of T.mDI.:) D.ran.k>. -ofInd..n. ', new royal blue football and game dark in gold Kezar uniforms Stadium for the on !New Shrmors'dear's charityKastWest Day JACKSONVILLE I fAP] Maryland's Thomas Lumber & Supply. Co. ESSERti
football team
I South scoring touchdown: Grim of yesterdaywent In Win),, Park
DOMESTIC PUMPS Virginia (2> (tor Ognovich of Wako Forest -1 East players will wear white arui red. through its first scrimmage
). Sandifcr of L.S.U tOmR.chku* of I But before the players rush from the stadium tunnels to the and J r ti
BowlInformation N. C. Stat.). W.ir of Virginia for Tyrn session since Dec. 19 and its last The Winter Garden
HOME & FARM I, of North Oklahoma of Vand.Smith rbilt). of Txa. Tech (for I frenzied plaudits of !some BO.OOC( <: before the Terrapins' New Year's Lumber Company

\ Point after touchdown Grimes .f Virginia spectators. there remains a lot of gave a brilliant demonstration of Day clash with Georgia in the
WATER ((3), placement scrimmaging and other practiceto j I Gator Bowl here. --- -- -
his skill ,
passing yesterday one
I H.rs's Tangerine Bowl ticket uta' be done. Coach Jim Tatum put the
information ;
SALES-SERVICE I G......: ':IS: ..m.. Jan.. I, 1941I 'Giants Disclose Coach Don Faurot of Missouri !of the reasons why some persons Terps through a hard workoutand :1
Stadium seats; 4-2O, $3.CO, $2.40 and Long have made the East team an 8- :
EASY PAYMENTSWLORIDARrRE I $1.50. including tax. aid he was not satisfied!': becausethe pronounced them in the best BATTERIES I
End son. .teate $1.20 (include taxj ; West!: team lacked smoothness point favorite to win the New shape of the whole season.
Ticket tales: I
Mail) order Secretary, Elk Club 40* Term Plan at Sanford He scheduled two more Years game.
t Central A.... Orlando. : rough scrimmages before the i'iiEIl: : : GAMK: OFF
Local: Lobby, San Juan Hotel
Williams -
Cigar. Shop. Dixie Package Stor, : NEW YORK [lAP] The New players warm up next Wednesday BALTIMORE (AP] A pee wee
I or Jack. Molloway's. York Baseball Giants announced the day before the annual Miami Squad Flies bowl game, between 14-16 year I VILLENEUVE 8 CO.
Winter Garden: Henry Britf
Service 1\\
I classic which is for the old boys' teams from Baltimore
I Station. yesterday they planned to accommodate played To Sun Bowl SiteEL I
.. I s.s-ijo.c.o, I Winter..t Park any: Elks O'BrMn's 1,009.Pharmacy."* Cntral their farm system benefit of the Shriners' Hospital and Atlanta, Ga scheduled here'' 41 W. JEFFERSON ST. PHONE 8663u .II
Fieri1?*. with a five-year lease on the I For Crippled Children. A light PASO. Tex. (AP] An unbeaten -' today has been postponed in-1

Sanford. Fla:air base as a Spring i warmup also Ls scheduled today. hand of 37 Miami University -'(definitely sponsors announced'They '

training camp for 15 Giant farm Coach Bernie Bierman of the Redskins, primed for yestt'ttit: : "' I -
SALES t'cluh"",. East squad remarked that his : -- --
their Sun Bowl encounter here
CHRYSLER SERVICE PLYMOUTH"Scoring Barracks have been converted plaers seemed the most ruggedof I.Ian. 1 with the Texas Tech Red I ;, .r---
into quarters and eight baseball any squad for several years I
Raiders were'en a royal we: A Perfect Strike"h H-'lM...' diamonds were laid out. Carl and could stand the extra scheduled I I
ern-styled welcome at Ed Anderson r
Making a perfect strike In bowling takes l:1: !J-JV.. Huhhell. in charge of the Neworkers' rough workouts."In I Airport late today.: I
much practice and SkIll. ,'( \ > farm system will super- fact. they are begging for I I'I'I
Our \ i i-e: the layout it," he said. I II
complete bumpei-to-bumper servo l.h ;:
Besides of Coach Howard Odell also declared Bowl Cinder
icing by experienced ma'hamesll taking care 13: of the Sugar I
20 Giant farm clubs the newly ', he had never seen four I I I
score a "pertoike: : \\ itn your auto- I Meet Set For TodayNEW
mobile. acquired base will be the scene ofa better tackles than those on the
to East squad-George Connor and I ORLEANS UP The 1. .1 I
pre-season tryout camp open ( ] ,
i& A. P. CLARK MOTOF& Feb. 1. Ziggy Czarolxki of Notre Dame. I :500; and 3.000-meter runs will feature r. I
Inc. George Savitsky of Pennsylvania. the 10th renewal of the I r.I I i iI

889 X. on.\ GE I Hockey Scores and Lou Agase; of Illinois Sugar Bowl Track Champion-

PIIOXE 2-0746 \T10VAL LKAGl'E Johnny Lujack of Notre Dame ships here today. . I :f :
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top quartet [ was
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Page 1 10 ubr g-mtfctu grntinrltar Telephones: 4161 or 3-1681 Orlando Florida Decemb-; 28 1947 II
A fishing contest for speckled perch only is now being ,
: ]76 Florida -- ---
conducted by "Duck" Drake [quack! quack'! )lover at Rut- Wolverines And '

land's Sports Shop. This is being done to encourage sports- > Gridders In 1 1If Tiger Hoopsters Play Leesburg Golfing Stars
the value of this beautiful fish the I
men to recognize game j

speckled perch [black crappiel. This is, as Duck admits, 11 Penn State In Bowl Contest Here Tuesday; Francisco BackOrlando Show To Have

"only a small contest" but he hopes to see some three-to-four' High School's basketball team returns tn the cage Arriving For :

pounders entered. I IFirst [SDPto' Tt-e c 'ir-4sv S.'e'' Storl wars Tuesday meeting a capable Leesburj qmmot in a non-con Top JudgesThe

entered before I' Perfect I Ranks NORMAN PARK. Ga. Nor- ference battle in the high school gymnasium starting!! at 8 p m. I
for the largest speckled perch
prize man Junior College and West I Coach Sam Porter announced l last night that on\! the varsity greatest! array of n t"fI
Jan. 1st is $13 in merchandise. Second prize, $10 in merchandise, I Georgia College clash in the ToS" uads from both schools would clash Tue-d.iv The Tiger B Rich LA Open ally famous canine judges ever

from the shop. It is a real pleasure to give this perch contest a | NEW YORK [IAPI] Michigan bacco Bowl football game Kickoff at Tlftn. -|i!.squad': schedule will be announced :- I 'I to appear in Florida will he on
real good boost as undoubtedly the speck is a splendid game ifish n the Rose Bowl. Penn State in ; : later, he added '" : hand to "
time is 2:30: p.m. ], Leesburg will be the first of LOS ANGELES [rAP] By ones judge entries in toe
and needs to be more highly recognized as such, hereabouts. the Cotton Bow 1 and \\ estcheer :;- The contest is expected to attract ,j four opponents the Tigers will and twos. outstanding golfers of fourth' annual all-breed dog

(Pa.] Teachers and Missouri a crowd approximately 10.- face during the immediate holiday the Nation and a few from show! to be held by the Central! ]

Orlando has no more loyal booster in the USA than Charlie i, Valley in the Cigar Bowl are the 000 and will be broadcast over season-now that Christmas abroad, are assembling here for Florida Kennel Club here Jan

Spross, sportsman and gentleman, who has owned at least two I only teams with unblemished records three .Georgia radio stations. ha been observed. the $10.000 Las Angeles open, initial 15-16.

fine homes here, and another in which will participate in Sixteen former Florida high the The Tigers; !' journey to Tampa tournament of the 19 IS money Because of the tremendous: m-,J

Whiter Park, but who now lives the 15 football extravaganzas on Norman school performers roster. are on for a session with llilNboroushFriday. ; iQr5et trail. flux] of dog entries from all ::;PCr
Jan. 2 and return to The Los Angeles event will
of the United States" last
In Toledo. Ohio. From Toledo SOLUNAR TABLES New Year's Day. These include: Bob Hall. Apop-- meet Miami Senior High in aoubleheader get under way Jan. 2 and wind year club officials this h..q

this note comes in from Charlie, In all, the 30 teams boast an ka: Gene Howard, Plant City; d session next Sat up Jan. 5. i 1 gone all out to bring to year Orlando
who has friends here Pete :McLeod, Pensacola Tom
many According to the Solunar aggregate records of 241 victories ; urda)'. Plant High of Tampa Already here are Bobby enough judges of national prominence -
Brown, and Boyd
abouts George Henry
: tables calculated for this l 47 defeats and 10 ties for a I conies here Tuesday week, Jan. Locke of South Africa. who to attract and judge an
"Sure was glad to hear from W ebsterV.! ; A. Kendricks, Center -]
of the State, best times
area I played the tournament even larger of show 1'0
you down in dear old Orlando! for hunting and fishing will .931 percentage. Besides the four Hill: Dick Singletary, Sanford 6.Porter revealed yesterday that Riviera course, tries

We leave for Florida the mornbe as follows with Major f unbeaten. and untied eleven! ; Gil Coleman Haines City; I he, had made several changes! in second time Country in Club for the ,
Perry Warren and Don Rick't-i life and Heading the list of five well
thers Southern Methodist
Ing of Dec. 26. Am looking forperiods indicating the best the varsity!': lineup in preparation ;
ward to going fishing with you time and Minor periods next in the Cotton Bowl, Kansasin son, Apopka; Cope Carter, Bra- for Leesburg and that he had 4rbii carded a one-nnder-par 70. and known judges; will be Col. K.I .
best hours: i the Orange and Miami [LO.1] in enton. W. L. Woods. Plant City; also called *up two members of Porky Olher, who was even Davis of Fort Thomas. Kr.Da"i. .
\\'inter-you'll re- 'Mao.g
again I Charlie Broadway and Buck with par after a leisurely .., former rankinZ
the Sun Bowls-went through a top
[Use Eastern Standard time the Tiger Club outfit.
did well last.
member c1bo4r
right round.
we the regular campaign without a I Dandridge. Leesb rg. and Ken With the presence of Johnny ta professional dog::; handler will
Hope we can among other things Day Minor Maj. Minor MaJ. !1 Avmger. Blountstown make his first Florida
defeat. SMU and Miami each Demaret
'.U. Francisco who seems to J he fully Jimmy top money appear
do a days deep sea; fishing. The)1. } I were deadlocked once. Kansas recovered 1 from a fractured wrist ., winner of the Professional Golfers ance as a judge at the coming
will be with in Florida Today f.30( : 12:33 G50: 1:10:
us was held even twice. suffered 1 during the football sea- :; Assrf!':!': with $27.936.83 col-- Orlando show.
7:20 135: 7 0 2:10
Monday : :
.till Jan. 3---then the two oldest ;< I Headed by Texas, Georgia Tech !lertcd in PGA I .
Porter has tournaments, and
Tuesday 8:20: :235 850: 3:10 son. a starting lineupof Col. Davis will judge the ma;: *
must go back) to schooL We' stay and and Southern California S jive : t the majority of the other
Wednes. 920: 35:;: 9:50: 4.KI: Kent Stevens and Jerry Cloud : name or portion of the show.. l noiris
on until Jan. 21-will bring my Thurs. 10:20: 4:20 10:50:! 4:50 nine squads lost the game apiece. rk running at forwards.:: Bob Flowers pros-Ben Hogan, Lew Wor- |h i experienced i eye will rrnt.-n!

fresh water tackle and? a shotgun Friday 11:15: 5:10: 11.15: 333 eight dropped two games and !' who replace Hntt Simms at -.ham Jim Ferrirr Lawson Lit- nearly all terrier breeds: working .

Weather up here [1m Ohio] is Satur. too 12:10: fl:20 couple were on the short end of renter and Francisco and Donnie tie Lloyd :Mangrum.[ Sam Snead ; breeds I ::: hound breediO.t, .\

HellIsh' Boy! Will I be glad to Sunday 12:40: 6:13: ; 1:00: 735 three games. Texas Tech. Texas Qg10\ Dyer at guards.Pate .r' :rind others-are either here or breeds non-sporting breeds:: b. ,t

get down South." Major Solunar period lasting IV* Christian, Arkansas and Georgia Conley and Bob nl hard are en route. dog in show and all Amern-ar>
to 2 hour in duration aro shown In suffered four setbacks each. both The complete Winter f olf tour follows: ,
sophomores, were water Spaniels English Cocker
black typo. Minor (or oocond ooot 7 : Jan 2-5. Lot Antrlet open: 8-11 Sing
Latest data on the take period*, shorter hour light 1)0..... Only two bowl games will feature called up from the B team last Crosby amateur-pro at Pebble B Cal. : Spaniels English Springer Spaniels -
battles between unbeaten week urine the nice r 15-18. Richmond Cal open: 22-25. Fhoej j both field
Apopka Fish Rodeo as furnishedby dailyoikouts nIx. Aria open 29-Feb I. Turson. Arts. : and water Span-
fay Thomas an official, who makes headquarters at Rodeo elevens, with \Vestchester 'lttews \\ Porter prescribed for open 5-8. San Antonio open 12-15. Stare,, ls: Sussex and Welsh !Springer"
j Teachers and Missouri Valley i his Bengals.Orlando Mncen Tex open: 19-22 New Orleans '
Spaniels and'eimaranel'''
the Lodge is follows open 26-29. St Petersburg
headquarters. Orange as : open: March
[boasting perfect 10-0-0 records in HAROLD ESCH trounced Sanford in 6-9. Miami four ball: 11-14 Jarksonnllr. J. Cecil Schoeneck of Industrial -
The bass are bold out in l.akellOl'ka these days and uhile ; the Cigar Bowl at Tampa, Fla. I By the! opener but suffered a walloping open 28 Charlotte J'-21. Greensboro. N C. open 25- City, Mo. will highlight the

It has not been a very Merry Christmas! for Capt. Joe, the woilds But for SMU's: 19-19 tie with Tex- Shufrtt'IHIn'd: The Peabody at the hands 'of St. Peters S C. open 8-11 open., Master April.. at 1-4.Aunusta.Columbia Ca. second spot on the judging panel

most valuable fi>h and his hand they are still striking away just as Christian in its final game of j! Shuffleboard Club paid a visit tothe b urg. Doc 10.OWGA Schoeneck. a breeder \iredde

the the regular season, the Cotton Orlando Club --- - -- -- '
same. I ( yesterday and '; Terriers will judge all PomtPi"
The most recent reports coming in from the various campsIn Bowl at Dallas, Tex., 'would also 'i! lost to the local players by 57 to Cigar Teams Set i SettersGriffins; : Retrie\ers::: Brittany -

the association around the lake which includes the Red Rose,| have featured a clash between 128 in morning and afternoon Slates Event and Clumber Spaniel:: and
i two teams with 8potless'records, <'Om petition. The men defeated I 1 all Cocker Spaniels.
Lodge, McManus\ Lodge, Fishermans Paradise the Gap Tom '
I As it is, Mustangs: will match their opponents 29 to IB while At Country ClubThe I Judging German Shepherd
Camp Oakland Camp, Killarney.lac's\ Montverde ,
Camp McCarleys
their 9-0-1 record against Penn the local women won out 28 to'', For 1 Dogs will be a well known Pittsburgh -
Lodge, Winter Garden City Docks and U. S. Johnstons Camp and State's :9-0-0: figure. I 12. Five games were played by I Orlando Woman Golf Tampa Clash :| i lawyer. David L. :McCahill
the Orange Fishing Lodge, is that fish A ssn. will resume it, regular
eight tagged were broughtin The Rose Bowl opponents have I''all players with three in the I, >- |I Alfred B. Booth, who is wintering

this week. a loss and tie between them, both morning and two yesterday aft- weekly play Club at the Orlando Jan TAMPA (fAPl The Missouri ::. at Eustis. will judge all
Country T.uesday. 6
The successful anglers were John }. Clinton, Cleveland, Ohio; on Southern California's slate. I ernoon. The women in the local j The usual \'alley Vikings and West Chester i I j I :Boxer entries in the show The
weekly tournament
J. M. Hand )Montverde; Milton Colligan Montrerde; Don Conk- The Trojans have won seven : club provided lunch for the visitors ] with for low. Pa 1 Teachers" undefeated and Boxer classes are expected to be

lin, Eastin Sash, Canada; J. D. Hickman Apopka; T. ,,,. Wearer. :Michigan of course, knocked off and local players. A total of I gross prizes scores! will-he staged.net and low untied teams which will meet in L ': ;heavily' loaded with some of this

Winter Garden; W. \". Ellington, AVinter Park; AA' S. Bowers, nine straight opponents to capture f 168) players.took part in the event, In lieu of the Christmas" holidays the Cig.tr:: Bowl New Year's Day (',nation's finest Boxer specimens
Apopka. Both Ellington and Bowers hare successfully ramhttaJtJl'd the big nine title in a breeze.' : 4 from each club. the OWGA armed here yesterday and started '! Mike J. Grace of Dallas. Tex.

; fish once before. This above list brings the tagged: : fish I Kansas arid Georgia Tech, in I Lawn Bowling: Eight games! j for, two weeks, postponed association play JOHNNY FRANCISCO drills to loosen up travel! 'will judge all entries in the Doberman -

caught to date to 43. almost one a day for the duration of the the Orange Bowl at Miami, also formed yesterday's play with | ficers; said.Harness. of-I . joins Tiger squad i! kinks.' Pinscher classes.
$50,000 rash prize l.akepopka Fish Itodeo. show only one loss between them some:: interesting and high scoring ---- I What was chilly weather to I I Entries for the show will

Lee Koeneke, Lake Tomohawk, Wis., came all the downto 'I in regular season. The :yellow matches. One contest endedin Tampans was "ideal football I close at noon next Friday and
way Jackets of Georgia suffered that : i a 16-all tie, Everett weather"
Lewis. to the
two rh'alcoaches. I
try his skill and did his angling before taking out a membership !, !setback while winning nine. The kip; George Crofut. L. C. Nichol- : Horses Get Extra Pail The West Chester team i', all local to dog obtain fanciers their are entry! requested -
in the Florida Anglers) Assn., so his joy was turned to rorrow I Jayhawks co-holders of the i :1 ,
j Big son and AV. Scott plaved John had not worked for a week be- blanks from local veterinar'ianc
when Jie landed a prize tag, especially as he had to leave the i i Six crown with Oklahoma, won I Stevens!' ,skip. Lou Cambridge, H. | Of I II Oats On Jan. 1 cause of a frozen field. They |, or at Bnwstead Camera

next day. eight and played: two ties. I I j L. Black and A. D Yeaton. 'Birthday'By left behind a 20-degree temperature shop Xorth Orange Are.' in
I Wilderforce and Gambling. 'I Jim Bh'HpT skip.: Mrs S s. Hlc*. John .
DAVID [PIGGIEJ] FRIEDMAN time to enter their canine pets
Winners of the daily and weekly prizes' were: J. .\. Paisley, who meet in the Vulcan Bowl at Skeins.n 0 o""r Stewart Dr. B. R Hire.Wilbur oEIIO. won Mrs. out.1 S 27 5tC00 to... I [The S ..ny S<""n-. :'!-S'3f: I--ri-s: E, --"1 Thirty-seven Vikings made the before the closing date.
Trailer 39, S. E. Orlando. who came in with a 81* pound bass over : Birmingham, 'Ala., each lost onea 23't M.., R. Rus5..n Ind Serb Till.,. In On Thursday r"rs: : trip to Tampa and Coach Glenn ,i j
( 12 vsme. Harry H JI skip.: L. M. morning every horse at the Florida Lhestock --
at Paul Taylor's Wint r Garden City Docks. This!' was!' the largest! game while inning 10. The SuB urr. R V. .1..U and Robert Rayon Expositions half-mile ;, Killinger brought along a West
catch of the day and week so Paisley will be $3:) richer, he also gar Bowl at New Orleans brings Llttfll wrrr Tlrtors B. K ovrr John Roe. skip. Billy. Park track and the mile 0\al at A/ilca Drmng: Chester !squad' of 32 players. I Tiger B Cagers
SmrdlFT '
end Mrs RmfdlfTGeorg at Casselberry will he
together two of the one older. There are liE> horses in I
caught a tagged fish the week before. strongest Spencer, aJup Fred Wootworth I Today the two teams will workout

Charles Crane, }Maltland took one of the dally prizes with M teams in the nation in Alabamaand Arthur wan IT Groverman to 14 0..v.and r Carl Mr.. .un.H. F..Tilley k.p, training America..here, under tutelage of the leading harness horse trainersin on the beaches along the Resume PracticeAt

6ft pounder' at the same place. Milton ('oUln""ho" has the record Texas despite the fact that ;, .Io11n Reich.-t. Ch.rle" Weld and Mro. < I Gulf of Mexico.
neither was able to J Muldoon. In a double contest Or.Or. There won't be any cake or
un- ThursdayThe
for tagged fish to date 3, came in with another days!' best from scathed. escape W..A. C.rrington and Mrs. Mo.and' tied l lemonade for the horses stabled, ant Johnny Thomas are lightly i Gym

Tom's Camp. lie lltes!, at Montverde. O.T. Kncchtlr. WinterGarden Two bowls will feature gamesin It-alb Moreland and Mr*. T. C. Reed at but they will get an extra rationof I training the trotting yearling; 1 i Ike Merrill Set OilS JayVee basketeers.

won the prize fpr another day at Winter Garden' from which both sieds dropped a had J 17 Hmnna to 9 John for Ed Laritz Clark.and Charity Alan Johnson Muffilt 'I oats to help celebrate the universal members of their stable, clock victorious over Sanford in their
the City Docks. {. G. McDonald took the next day's prize from combined total of six games, but and Jimmy Muldoon Gfvrrr Dox... Wal- j birthday of. all Genus ing their last \* mile. The fillies::' For Club.Champion lone outing to date. resume prat
Mac's Camp, he resides at Montverde. also P. M. I that t ee Becker and John MrDanl..1 defeated Equis Quadruped. tice drills Thursday at senior
another probably won't the ;
prevent Everett Gibson. S L Holll ter and W. E_ I Orchid Hanover in 21 seconds \
Montrerde angler, won Saturday's award from Tom's Camp. j teams from giving the spectators!': Ball by 18 to 16 I H Meredith. J. L. The highlights of the past ;Li Play At Augustine high gym. Bill Gilmartin JayVee
E seh and H. Esrh won 28 to 17 ever Dr. week and Mary Lou Hanover in 21 2/5;. said
the mentor
a fine brand of football. In the O W. Hobby Dal were training performances < yesterday.
Berry and Lloyd Mur- | 1 [I"V to Tho :" ,-Ho, ;=n' lIorl! :;
Delta Bowl at Memphis, Tenn., ra7. of yearlings in the various the colts Too Scott in 21 35; and ST AUGUSTINE Gilmartin urges the following
Dodd :Mississippi beaten stables being lightly trained and Moore Hanover in 22 -For the 10th players to be on hand for the
Trys To Cast Off Favored i twice in 10 4/5. ,. time since 1932, Isaac [Ike Lincoln
I games, will take on Texas Chris- Docksfader Winner brushed in spots for making H. Pjle Stable Merrill Jr., seasoned I- 3 p.m. session: B. Davis, It!. Davis -
I tian which has peed. Some have been. clocked a campaigner I. J. Andrews. D'Agostino, Ker-
an ordinary 4-4-2 I Trainer
Harry has
Pyle trio in the
a Florida
Role As Tech Squad Hits MiamiMIAMI !i record. The 'Gator Bowl in Jacksonville the quarter and last H of their. of :yearlings that are very prom wars yesterday filed entry golfing for ben, Austin, Muroski, Patillo
slow mile. Hutchenson. Uthlant ,
Fla., will present MaryI! I Louisiana 'CapNEW ising for what little they have the. 16th annual National 1 Nipper
[API Coach Bobby Dodd and his Georgia Tech squad land [7-2-1[ against Georgia [(7- i Following are workouts from I shown in their early schoolingOf Championship of Golf Club I Conley, Britt. Stump, Korp, D.
arrived for 101. \ ORLEANS r lAP] George the various stables: Andrews, Melrose, Burns, Pesie,
yesterday the the
Orange Bowl contest with Kansas!' on trotting colts.' Scotch Reel I Champions, scheduled to be played -
New Year's Day and promptly declared he didn't see his team The Tangerine Bowl at Orlando Babin's! Dockstader won the S10- Ben White Stable I worked U mile in r/ 4/5 seconds:, 1 again on St. Augustine Links Christnie Shtverly, Black, Beck,
14pointfavorite." a Fla., will be Catawba 110-1-0] 000 added Louisiana Handicapat I Trainer Ben White and son, last *, in 18; Michael Hanover, I from Feb. 16 to 21. Edison! Radcliff, Wingerter, Bell,

Lines vs Marshall [1V.Va.J] [9-2-OJ.]. the Fairgrounds yesterday, Gibson, lightly trained the yearling [first time in Merrill Williams Morie, Height, Cooper
_posted_recently on the bowl games made the engineers a members clocked], 'i 20. The a member of the Day- and
l leading all the their stable the
two-touchdown choice, but Dodd way and staginga pac Jlg colt Abbyland, was clocked tona Beach Golf Club, missedplaying I
said: driving finish to ward.off Mrs. past week and they are a highly at U in 40, last *;4 in 18 4/5. in this classic only twicein

"I see it as a tossup. Kansas is !I yesterday Mia-ni at the University of Call Bell Wins neck.K. T. Maxwell's Fleetridge by a in regarded 40 seconds.lot. Randolph: U mile K. AV. Scott Stable the eleven-year stretch between Dudley.WATER
: athletic field. Following are
one of the real Trainer "Red" 1932 and 1912, when the I
'sleepers' in the Scott worked
M. E. those clocked their last mile
United States" Coach George Sauer of Kansas At Santa Anita Rizen's Ekard was third, : the yearling pacing colt Express ; I tournament was taken off the
I Mary Whippet in 20
The visit is let his squad take it with! trailing Fleetridge by two ; calendar due to wartime condi-
Dodd's third to the easy I lengths! Rapidan, Prodigal Fortune, Earl's Hal, a handy 8 in 21 2/5. : CLOSETS
Orange Bowl. He came here in scrimmages set to begin tomor ARCADIA, Cal, fAP] Thor The winner Easter Knight in*21: First! Comet, I Roy Collins Stable I i tions. It is being restored this
1940 and ini"! : as assistant! to AV. row. The Jayhawkers arrived oughbred racing came back to: ride was given a capable ,' Rocko Hanover, Lyda Hanover Trainer Roy Collins!' worked Winter after a five-year lapse.

A Alexander. The first time last night by plane. Sauer asserted -1 I' Santa Anita Park with a flourish I' sixteenth over distance the mile by and a I I' and :Malcolm Hanover in 21 1/5,; the highly regarded trotting filly, :I Judging from the number of $4000
Tech beat Missouri 21-7. and the he was "not conceding"anything yesterday as a record opening Jockey : Gallano\a entries received so far the only
Charles McTaeue Adeline Hano\er. the a handy If.( in IS .1/5.
second, lost 26-12 tJ( -.Tulsa. Alto- to Tech despite the : day crowd of 61.000 turned out to $180 anti S3.60.( and'. paid $8,60, champion o-year-old past trot-season's I I TRACK MITES .ASh) VISITORSAT national competition held in this I IfU

gether Tech has won four of its underdog role the Kansans will see Call Bell ring out a victory I\ .- _. ting filly and the balance of the BOTH STABLES country for golf club champions eachBATH
bowl appearances, including a carry into the game. in the $50,000 added i stable are being jogged and are Visitors were the two following i a record turnout is in prospect

trip to the Rose Bowl in 1920: ) Dodd said he would sot do any breeders champion stakes at on'mile. 'Heavy'; Wins Mark in perfect condition. prominent horsemen: C. W. Phd h i, for the 1918 classic. TUBS

when it defeated California g.7. scrimmaging. I F. Pownall Stable lis, patron of the Fred Egan I

The Engineers, 40 strong and Laying claim to the championship I Boys Club LeagueJohnson's Trainer F.. "Buster" Townall Stable and owner of the world's Top Brazil Horse 4tt and 5 Ft.

in "best condition of the year" of California bred twoyearI trained the yearling trotting champion trotting stallion.': Spencer I
Hackett I Men's
repaired to their hotel after the j Ftred As olds! the classy bay son I-- Bumby a 40-7 defeat Shop, handed filly Delena Hanover in >g in Scott [41], 157. U: and E. J. Dies At Hialeah Complete with Trim
hai and Denmark
train ride from Atlanta. Dodd : tame? from behind in the I 21 seconds. Steele Hanover the Bakef, owner of the world's I -
later sent the squad through alight Wayne Grid Mentor : stretch, whipping the favored en- I Hughes Sporting Goods and stable's Hamhletonian candidate I- champion trotter, Greyhound [15]], :MIAMI [fAP] Ensueno, one of $98.50

workout at the Miami Sen DETROIT I lAP] Athletic Dir 'i try of Solidarity and Grandpereand racked Sporting victories Goods also has shown promise in his 155'.. i I Brazil's best race horses, died of I While They Last
up in
ior High field.Meanwhile Melon W. Thompson of Wayne winning the feature by three I Club Basketball the Boys light training. Other visitors were Leo J. ':an acute stomach disorder at Hialeah i

the Kansas Jayhawkers University yesterday announced(' lengths.; .' day. League yester- i CroMley, )Macedon X. Y.; X. B. race track Friday. The Cash or Terms
; were going through the dismissal' l of John P. Hackett Grandpere wound up fourth as i I Shalffer and AVinegerter I For Arden homestead Fitzpat-- Engle, Waterloo, X. V; Miss horse was flown to the United
the little regarded Shawondassee with rick. and :Mack I Lucille Rathlmrn, Syracuse X. States last; Summer to compete
their paces for the second time,,as head football coach. 17 and 20 Johnson stables LIBBYFREEMAN
crabbed third behind Solidarity I respectively there are no workouts! recorded. V.; Mr. and Mrs. .\. I*. Newsom! in the International Gold Cup
rj .in the seven-horse field. paced the Jphnson five, while .\ZI.F.IHU'IXG' PARK and .\. It, Jr.. "ton-Salem, race at Belmont Park. but has &

I A NEW SERVICE..for mark Pachee to with'their 11 points led Den- . Berry Stable X. C.; Mr. and Mrs. .J. E. Drake,' : not performed. well in this cow

Aggies Favored In Cooper 36-15 win over Trainer Tom Berry seems to Bipley, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. C. '| try. I
Plymouth and DeSoto Owners :Morgan, with 13 and Davisand have some promising juvenile W. Forbes' Farmer City III.;; I 711 W. Church St. Tel. 9860
i Midwest points and 12 prospects from the way they are )Ir. and Mrs. RaPeters, Marion The football season! cost burly:
Quicker Tourney respectively, slowed taking their early lessons. Of the : Ohio; IA.. Danforth Minneaiolis. Jim Pepper, Syracuse lineman, LEESBCROSaaoyside
fit a 4
EffidentConvenient Hughes! to 48-11 I : Highway
a '
OKLAHOMA CITY over Eola fillies Minn. Dr. E. Bodeneiser pounds. Pepper weighed in I
4 (UP] Oklahoma Coffee $ Corona Hanover | ; 'I TeL Iii Bed
!r- .6 A. & M.-long a basketball I showed U mile in 39 1/5. last II Newark, X. J. 282 finished the campaign at 232.

power and twice national collegiate in 18, and Phonograph's Girl in

,"'1 champions in tbe past r Boxing Show 40, last >i in 17 2/5. Of the yearling Attend the Tangerine Bowl

.... : doc.ide-is favored to -ifin the Postponed pacers, the colt Sea Bea'llal.'i t
1 l-'th) annual all-college basket- by Stokes in 40. last in 1-v! : the filly Pe- iR.,1-4 Game, New Year's Day

h.it!II! tournament which opens l American Legion Promoter i trella Chief handy t i in203/ >The ) Michael I SternSuits
....1 ho-e tomorrow Wilbur Stokes! announced :yesterday -'balance of the stable including

j j Resides the Atrgies. entries 1' that the regular hi-weekly i the past::; season's two-year-old

j ; will include Bavlor Rice and boxing show scheduled tomor- ]'champion trotting colt. folio are

Texas:: from the Southwest ('ci iif row. night will not he presented. ', being lightly' logged:: and are in
.. Negotiations) : are under :
i-n<"e: Alabama and Georgia way to perfect condition
''<>-h from the obtain !several' top notch fighters l Egan::; Stable
Southeastern; Coi
f>n>noe: Hamline College from 1for appearances Jan. 12 when the I Trainer Fred Egan and assist- t i -; These suits are tailored to fit, whether you'retall

St Paul. :Minn. and the Univer.itv :. gram Legion, Stokes will resume said. its fistic pro- -. us ; and slim or short and stout, or even all the '

of Wyoming.Brackcnridge. I
S MERCURY q- Inbetweens! Wide selection of fabrics-Con.
C.\C.r. }'R.\Xf'HISF. MOVED .
Wins N\SHVIUK:. Term lIT! Thc OUTBOARD SALES & SERVICEHAGOOD MOTORS : :t.J tinental Tweed, Worumba Flannel' ; New

Texas Grid Gadsen franchise:: in. the Southern Yorker Worsted.
Professional Basketball I BROS. 41* ti 4,.
AVTOXIO. Tex. [TAI'] League has been transferred 45 and
to t tI "
324 W. Pine 9664 up'S
i Brackenridee High School of San Bessemer. Ala. I Phone .
\ !
\ntonio defeated the Highland! /
Resistol Hats
Park Scotties of Dallas. 22: to 13. t

t here :yesterday to win the Texas BUICKS PACKARDS ,.. S Self-conforming soft, pliable.
Plymouth-DeSoI service I. as acar as your telephoae. Just schoolboy football championship.RIFi'Al.OE I I
aU u sad a. ajU pick 5our ear up it borne or otfce. perform I : SPECIALIZING ;, Made in Texas. -
the service you order aud return your I
tar promptly. There Is.o
rbare for this coaenIent pick-up sad delivery. Try it ouce !II GO EAST COMPLETE OVERHAUL SERVICE ; 730 and
5.4 eujoy thIs Urns saviog pleasual method of baslag sour car I BOULDER. Colo. [IAPI] A 12- BY EXPERTS tip
serviced. man Universitv: of Colorado bas MOTOR TUNE FRONT ENDS BRAKESALLEN I

ORLANDO FLETCHER MOTORS INC. f ketball squad leaves by train today Convenient Timo P..nt PI.n I w
for the East where it will 6 .
attempt to rebuild Buffalo cage WsT. L
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prestige in two tests New
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screen, wit start rehearsals today for the I Ims College plovers, the star and his ""I),

I____ ..',4f Annie. Russell Theater production of Angel ,I liam, as the Carrolls arrived at the ACL in .

f Street, In which he will play Inspector Rough, I in Winter Park. The Winter Park ,- ':..:c,

f .. as he did on Broadway. Above, I left to right! i I tion will run Jan. 8, 9, 10 and' :2;:
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-w "'t. -'wr % t New Find Links Apes- To Man Family.

LONDON [ I t'P I Famed OxfordntmopoloRit the eal th. and 1 when apes were types of previously ; :-71

,\ \\'. I-:. Le Gios found! from England to Australiaand ape,

(4.'hi':i t' k: -d ill yesterdav a scientific Borneo to the Congo, he i ij The fossil fragmci '
...... Clark said that the Pi-"
-- -- - to Africa had found explained.
c'x\l'clitlOn\ i j! which may turn out t' '1
CONTINUED VIOLENCE instead of pace ..s the rule in I ,1111 it'llt aW rE'mains which may j During the nest geological I first cousin-was about -3

Palestine as the anti Part on "ejr ng remained c mm jn Here, I pn' ,)lid to lie one of the main ra-tht Pliocene-man had hisi of a chimpanzee "hw cf

members ot the Haganah mn r a c mo into the walls of build 'I ;a,i ( hf'' of man'" f.uniltn't", i i 'turn. CItirk said lie wandered much lighter build .n", : .:;
% (i.ii-k! "rilill III Nahuii-e, a ; from some yet undisclosed placeof much more active .2
mgs rn fleeing Arab sn per', In Jafft'
: ,'III..h ('if'lItifiC" maa/llll"!; origin and followed the tracksof creature"

--- -- saul that :10 "SPCClilielm' of fn..iI the apes to all the continentsof Most |Important| lie s min
lIolllinoid..athf'- llranfh of the old world, he aid. I Ilie fart that the ap ,i'i'liiSingsrere ,
GOODWILL TOWARD MEN was but on bers of the Haganah militia, take cover be 32 Still Lost In Typhoon Iiiil iiia!.. Indndint!; lIIan nlll Clark described in (detail the I of "genrrahi.iI"rca.. .

I .. empty phrase on Christmas Day in Palestine I hind walls while aiming at Arab arsonists intent : his, couisiiis I the great allt'- work of a IJrltish-Kenya expe-i I 1111'..... .Modeln apes art' highlyspeci.died '

as fighting continued in Jaffa. Here, mem- I on firing a Jewish shop. hall l>rn assembled.Tho I Million, financed jointly by the | and bcin-i'uhil
---- MANILA I | AP| Thilt.two persons -. ''still misMne. Some! may have txuie- which are 10 million Royal Society and the Agha i not base siien!: rise to man,
; from the sunken Danish : reached safety hut several l davs, to :20!( million years old may Khan and assigned specifically'i who is a jjenerali/cd .ininiaL
BUTTER 'EM WHILE THEY'RE HOT! 'I : will he required to check seaside form the lon -"ou ht missing ': to the task of searching for I Mans ancestors must also!
I EAL Sets New liner Kina were counted as miss- I villages afoot (link in the evolutionary chain man's ancestors. hate been generalized *lark

ing last night in the aftermath ofa I Among those:; saved were three: between ape and man, he said. i| They made their biggest discovery -I said.

Biscuit Secrets Revealed typhoon whose full toll still American women employes of They were found in deposits on Rusinga Island at the Clark said the fimlii!. :- f*;?

was hidden by widespread destruction the U. S War Department in : from Upper Miocene times, he mouth of Kavirondo Gulf in the i expedition were so :.- .<::-t
Record To Jax.TAK of communications I[ Japan, who had booked passagefor added. 1 northeast corner of Victoria : that another expeditu"1,!] :::1
[something to leaven the bread throughout the Central Philip- i[ Europe in Shanghai They : The Miocene era was the I j Nyanza. There they found fossil -i be sent to the same are t :;

!: | and buttermilk and soda did the P'nes. I vvere the :Misses; ; Ada Ksjiershade "golden age" for prehistoric apes, fragments of an ancient great i other fossils of cre.it, & .0 t
I trick. In the agrarian South 1 OXnLLE [API] Nearly The total dead and in NX in? ''of, Chicago. Anne Malek and when many varieties wandered ape called Proconsul and of two I part the way for ni '.

1 buttermilk was plentiful half an hour was clipper! off its in the stoini !Mood' at 49! hut I Louise S. no "o.

"Why, 75;; years ago biscuits scheduled time of two hours. 55 aught; fin!: higher; as isolated.iiras The liiissins, |>.is.eii.5er' was.
just weren't imde any other reported.( one of the family of Gerald F. Fry Resigns Wallet Lost 'Propaganda7Funds
minutes between Cleveland and
way, say Mrs. S. II. Dull, one of Twelve passengers and 17 crew I Maui a Swiss. )Math his, wife ,
the South's finest cooks.Ktcn ( Jacksonville by an Eastern Airlines members of the !.82Mon) : motor and two other childirn: were 10 Years Ago

I : left-over buttermilkbiscuits Constellation plane last \'esel were named hy the agents '! listed as safe. :I U.S. Post ForLiving7 I Eyed
are better than the j I as safely ashore at Calbayog and 1' Elsewhere in the Central
I baking. |powder ,'ai'iety, she j night. I Dinalio Point on the West Coast! i Philippines, the krtruv n toll of : Pays DividendMITCHELL

I claims.s'Warm. i The four-motored ship, carrying ,(if the Island of Samar after tak- dead and missing was 11 in Laguni 'Decent' S. D. [rAP1] By Congress
'em up." she says, and 60 passengers; including a ing to lifeboats and rafts before : Proince, Luzon: five in I I
:More than ten Leo
\SHI.\GTON I : ; |UPI] Kenneth years ago. WASHIN'C.TOX; AT'3'
I they get "crisper and hotter"than I four and one-half months old dawn Friday when the ship I Manila and its sutiiIand: one Bauer lost his billfold with S14 [
the baking powder kind 'baby, landed at the airport here broke up on rocks five miles offshore in Cavite. !ID, Fiy sW.IOO'a'I',1t'] ) ) head I of the while on his way. to a dance I group cast a critical r t .

I They taste just as good the second I The Kinn. a total loss;:: was estimated State I Department'1? Voice of Yesterday, he received a let- i day at the State Dep.<,i' n hours 25: minutes and 5S
i[ day as they did the moment ('apt AAge Hjernum, 30 of his ( by the agents to have been America broadcasts; announced ter. The unsigned missive contained see how much monen, .>
t i I they came from the oven-fragrant -, seconds after taking off from the crew and one passenger were I 1 worth $:li! million.Reserves. I
I and delicately browned top yesterday he is going back toprivate two S20 bills and one for I it is spending to sell A rifta' <-n
I Ohio city. S10. A note said the sender
I can'
industry "where
:and bottom. i the Marshall Plan for !r. at ipcn
George THggs i veteran make a decent living. j had found Bauer's $14 and
I rapt. !: : :
pilot who was in command of Science: Helps Offer Fry said i 1 he has resigned, effect added: i laid _

the aiiliiier, said he was "a i\e Jan. 16. as chief of the "As I was quite young and Tile committee also i ill! interested .
Britain Halts little disappointed" at not making International Broadcasting Di- very stupid, with a little per- in finding out hon the
a faster trip lint said' liew.is Longer LivingIn v ision of the State Department's suasion I kept the contents. Citi/ens Food Conservation

sine ,",ollll'onl'l1U111 hang PlanVASIIINC1'ON 'Office of Information and Educational -j Today I am taking this meansof Committee got its spendingmoney. !<
I I lUll a better mark before the New Tests I| Security Exchange. Charles W.iThaver. , repaying the debt. I hope .
Arms To ArabsLONDON Winter is over. ;I associate chief at New !, you have a very merry Christ-
I' I NK\V: YORK [ API Your real I 1 \ fAP] The Reserve i York will l>ocome acting chief I mas. This one error has madean I A House Subcommittee< executive
The plane started out with aground of If Expenditures it c-zi-:
Officers Assii said of the division when Fry leaves. honest man out me. I
I speed of 300( miles an age depends upon seven differ yesterday it were not for this fact I ed by Rep. Chenoweth i In :- <
[ ] I [UP] The Government it has submitted to Congressa i "I am tired of the jolt of pro1 1
has imposed what amountsto hour, he said but the trip was ent kinds of age, says Dr. C. plan for national security, diictn? I Ilie program in the face would gladly bring this to you lIe told a reporter .vt "- tav: ; ,

: an embargo upon the sale of slowed up from Spartanburg, S. Ward Crampton, and four of 'made necessary because "the ad- of "some Congressional" opjwsition in person." his committee's lnvestig..i'm

,arms to Arab countries for use;; in C. on south. In addition to CaptDiggs. them offer chances to "de-age" mit.ds and generals of the top and cutting of appropriations at work on two fOt5'- to ,r.1.
d | l the who lives in Miami the out where Charles J, I I"'in.. *
proposed Holy War in Palestine or make level staff have been imperviousto lie sauL "I I am ieluirn.lug
you you younger
i it was disclosed yesterday. flight crew was composed of CoPilot new concepts of preparedness. to private industry' where Food Conservation CUP a
I A recent unpublicized cabinet- E. F. Russell. Engineer II. Or. Ciampton's( thief interes .'' I ran make a decent linns-" Artificial Legs got $500,000 to spent). .'I, i ,t
.1. Jerram and Stewards | i h in geiiatiics, the medical there have lxt i' :i-
level decision called for Flight expenses
"ery Col. William II. Neblett, association '- Fry said he could not disclose I
;; science for the aging and aged: I Streets nection with .:, rI
R. Skillman and J. Sayler. publicizing t '
t"r careful scrutiny" of arms orders which is, seeking and flnelln1I1II1't" president, in an article appearing at this time what his job will lId Tramping '
shall Plan. Hearings \
from Middle East countries and a and forachieving in the association's mag--I in piivate industry- was; chief I
moie means
foreign office spokesman said healthier, happier azine, said the plan includes lof the National I.roadcastin Looking For Home soon after Congress said. rcti.\d xt;

) that the orders would be turned Chiang Opponent and longer life. these points: ,I Co's News; and pedal Events month, he
down if it was found that the I| Abolish the volunteer system Dh isbn in the Midwest, witii; CHICAGO [API Betty Jean
In U.S. I One aid in doing this, he pointsout before Iaiiipe, who received $3,000 in
arms were intended for use in May Stay of recruiting.Fit headquarters in Chicago
Palestine 1 in an article in the journal universal military training he joined the office of War In donations from well-w ishers and Taft Would Ban

The decision KANSAS CITY [IVPj| Gen. Feng New York :Medicine has been into a unified military establishment formation in Februarv, 1043. i underwent a series of operationsso
,' I was slippedquietly Yu-hsiang, so-called Christian recognition of the different kindsof I she could wear artificial legs, ''UMT
into the official I I'ailiamentary . i I making "service in this Segregation
> general of China who has attacked aging a person undergoes. 'force \\hate\er nature compul- I is using those legs in earnest
Kecord the before
w :!' day Gen Chiang in speechesin : The seven ages are chronological sor\ ." I Step-Father Faces these days-walking the streets :1 NEW YORK IIP] ""s ,ftI'
the House of Commons adjourned
1 this country, said last night : or age in years; anatomical - looking for an apartment for herself I R.-IJ. |J. has. promised t..<.. -,

last n t't'k. that he would not return to China physiological, psychological -I ")f"f't the 'undeclared rmer1 Charge Of Murder and her husband. I'I anti-segregation< amen': (:o
: It was in the form of a written ordered because. statistical and hereditary 1 jrenry' Iiy organi/ing int) local, I I >,
I as he would : | :MONTGOMERY; [IAPI| The pretty young woman, married | pending legislation on :J
; answer by Undersecretary of le killed or jailed. ;1 age. j riti/en: home units and eipii|>- reported William .1. Polk"I I five months ago to William '!; military training, it ,mI -
State for To find how old pins with modernapons our ,
Christopher really
[ Foreign Affairs you nounced
i Gen. Feng spoke at the Hagglund illustrator and car- I yesterday.
open- of Montgomery arrested late
million "'m'leI'ar II veterans : .
: :Mayhew to a Parliamentary -' are a physician could determineyour II .
: ing session of the annual three- yesterday on a murder charge toonist, has spent her marriedlife I Grant Reynolds, natu.'
\ : age in each of these seven or as many of them as '
: : question. ,
| day meeting of the Methodist be in the October poisoning of Iloulp with relatives and has been man of the cpmmitt<- )
classifications and then divide : '
I Federation for Social Action. lie ] may necessary. ,ii's stepson four-year-old Kerry searching the city for wa placeof Jim Crow in military -,
t by seven. This would take sev- "Pro\ ide that the local citizen "
< ; I I said that he desired to remain in | ; Wayne Ingram. our own I training, said he had > dI
: < Appropriate Touch I 1 this "where ,eral hours of expert examina- 'units, be commanded and trained Taft. "I I II -
country I have many tions and hours i! Miller said the warrant wasuOl'fl The 22-year-old bride, born this message from : :>
.. ..'f.., " i friends." If unable to remain more of by officers from the same com- out by the child's grand- without feet, underwent several I I, posed to the passage fil'> )5
Given To Service! laboratory tests Afterward, the niunitv w hu-h offu OT:* wIll retain '.
here, he indicated he would for unn-- :
I go I physician might he able to sax'that their commands CHICAGOP[ | Civic lead- to France. you had an age index of 38 | Ga. and signed by the boys her to wear artificial legs. Her I itary training and I \' ,.\
held! memorial service I savings: were soon exhausted, |against any such billI\
ers a .... _.._ or :?.> or C4 or some such figure mother. !\Irsnme Fay Houlton ; '
-, -- I of her I will i '.
stories an am
for 571 support
yesterday ictims of the different from your in of :Montgomery, as; a %witness fou- newspaper
i : Iroquois,, Theater fire of Dec r'! The actual figure would years.mean 'It Ain't The Times I the' St.it"HUGUETTE:' plight brought donations of that hill barring all i. r J

! 30. 1003. in the City Hall Coun little', Dr. Ciampton said, hut s"'UOO.<> : tinctions."

I cil Chamber unaware that a w hat the physician learned about ; It's The People'Or -1.
i ) fire was extinguished in the 11\1'' different I #
City Hall basement during the
\ itj ily important Vice Versa I
;' : ceremony.

'! The basement fire was discovered I SYLVANI\. Ga [IAPI] Richard Family Due In U.S
by John Tessler, a iin- New Insurance I Brjant. H'l.)': \\ ho has l h\e l
1 itor. in a stack of burlap sacks i three jeais longer: than the
T ON"DON: [P-Pl] A London Times in La marque< :, ct
t ( containing waste paper. Kne Policy Promised City of Slani.i.iv- it Tin t '
I '' ; dii\oi.I hi< hnrwomani 701)0( ) ) XJpulation.11': 'r
( ''ix i i }
t l that
men extinguished the bln/e: n' the tin1it':; the peop'f'
:20) minutes. Fire'CommissionCorngan ' :\ :\URK [API The Xation- makes a difference. i i- .'iid, their thice :voting sons :32. mother of three chil-] ;" i

was in the Coun.ii ..I 1 ltue': ju of Casualty (rnderwrit- Asked if the old d.i\s \\oie I I'' I kid l shabby Ijelongings yes- the letter.

Chamber during the fire t-is announced yesterday it will better or worse than today;' ] lie "('!idav' ; for a fabulous journey to i i She answered it rig; ', y
-- shoitly introduce a farmers' per- c great Wild West where a ;I She sent the brotheri 1
-onal liability policy and also a "If the people} do iisht i and! Ii ,mdom letter addressed to "a suits and invited theta>> - )

EINSTEIN THEORY WINS AGAIN -ml ekeeper.s'! liability policy. treat other folks right;:: the! i .\\ !>oy on a ranch in the U. S. i, their parents to cor1- -
I The policies will i>e i issued' in timcv is good \s hethetthey ;are x had; reached a town with a 1 I ranch and see for tin,. cN

J Scientists Ill States for farmers and all old or new. But if folks; are Kid\ ," ..ut as big as Texas. I how cowboys live. She :
Agree Soace Curves =stat"sexcept;; Louisiana and New and don't treat other folks They are going to I.aniarque, I the family land on whu h t

York for storekt>eopprs. These ncht. the time\ =' is bad; It aint T.'\.. to live on their own piece a house. and signed her :i-
I .(C \GO (UP1! New- idenee dicted l that !light, or space ('i.)m- "talsoon i t ;; may hi; \ (' the noli- the .1 timoit'- t the people.:' ot land donated by Mrs. Olgi I : \.tie ('owlady."
..',.C 1'4 tho I 1'instein: tluoiviiv. I UK;:: fi-om t he'.1,I ei-'; Ix-iiiK) ,'It''', \\i-her, ovi nerof the Doodlclm! ; Neighbors of "Auntie r "
.'..01tb 1 t '. \\ itim mt-S ('Oll't'llt) Pj'-l": through tho sim's ei.tional I. .', ------ Ia: ndl. Passage: will be paid I contributed money to j
-". to I._ curs 'II.l \\'areport- I field I He also pio'du 'Id 1ieIre.s4 foi h)' the townspeople of Iimarque. family's way to Tex J<

e-, "c, i.t !nav- ..t th annual nwet- tin' mount of the curve 'Ever Present'i Santa Proved I The hoy's parents Ft i r' ; I ..

,,' lwrH"tn.n, for the In making the new test of th' i !''id I, 11, Leonard 9, and Den- 31, and Mary. :32, who ea!>T b J

nont ofceol m-o. thooiv', tho siientists,;: took photogiaphs : i i CHICAGO [AP] A 19-year- months-old baby and his Payne, 8, who sought escape ';I, week scrubbing floors: v, c "5
I he new test of the theorywa of the tars hen the\\ :: '- father. a war veteran too ill -n their dingy, bomb-battered wildered by the in\'i'at,' *
; old unwed mother was too "
>- made ci ui'himt the total 1 were \ 1'lhldUl ll;;: the ec-hpse to work. I nundings' in neighborhood 1 they accepted immediau > '

eclijtse of the sun in Ih'lZilla..t Six months later, another series heartsick to talk ;yesterday The detective said the couple m' . les, wrote a letter weeks ago family now Is waiting i p.:- ,:)
:\Ia)'. and was reported| hy Dr.tJeorge of photographs: t\as" taken "ME SPEND A LOT of time when she appeared before wanted to get married hutcouldn't ,I I'i'essed'I simply: the United States.
Van Ilirsbrweck of theVerkes to determine the stars' position \ ".\ cowboy on a ranch in the The three excited boys who
I I, scrambling around trying to Judge Gibson E. Gorman ona afford it He then of-
Ohservatorj' when the sun was not dig buried ;? charge of petit larceny. Soup fered to be best man. :Mi-s ._ I ". S A. Any ranch, please post- know more about the sound of
j ilf "A -, of team of scien- up nuts Phooey on -- -- 1
one a That "
inteifeting. is." at ni!!;ht. stepped Det. Tim O'ConnelL Margaret Healy. policewoman. ii ,.-ter. bombs than the clatter of
i \\ 10 studied the sun and its : Van Biesbroeck reported yesterday such horse-and-buggy ideas!" Pleading for leniency for the agreed to be maid of honor I REYNAULT, 21 We would like to hear all j horses hoove, are determined

rz r''!, to the light coming from : When one reviews the says this squirrel m Elmira, young redhead who was charged and Judge Gorman offered to is Paris' 1947 version of Miss about you," they wrote. "AVe like to I>rotf'ctuntie 4 owlady"
''if I ,.,, modern enough to with taking more than S200f' perform the ceremony tomor- Dactylo, or Miss, TYPIst She'to see cowboys pictures.
T : Ie'mmti'.tused new-style that "tar" are shifted;: at eclipse know that when went nuts OTI ;stores:: where "he worked, row in bi" chambers; and that will the Miss1' write to us We hope :you are West.
| -I'II'' \ and, eimorato pho- time in tho din thIn pi!'edit ted you (O I < .. .niiell ttilil) ( th's ,toi v': 1 .., -!'I! I".1,'.,1 I '1' "i 'n the now compete in -..(V and. there are no crooks The fu-t;:; thins I'n, '.'i f3:
e' :":-, p,' ti-( -u.i and other stat s !h\ taiisteii' hut lli.i,' i' ,t'! .' i 1- you just go to the grocer/ store A'u'! 'n he a ri'- -te'l! tfc;" girl; ;,' ,'I-l- i .t' .:i.. < t c i.!u ..II ib France contest I aJd'tion, to t'" fI' .i ill, III It \, -, I I.c' "' -ill', '! 1 )
te Dr 3 ot Clllltt! :' ot miles away.. "still a good deal 01 oount anout and get 'em Which .s what =tif told hun that she took tne i a wediuig: i-/nul---d/ jeat S typing, Huguette 'lump rni" >" 'i if- ur'l'' ..iwl crcclj:: :;::;:
Albert Finstein had pre the exact amount of that shift" he's doing in the picture above money to support her nine- probaucn swimmer and



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Tax Selling, ''I I r Closing Stock Quotations II Tojo RegainingFace

Peak Snowfall STOCKS IN THE SPOTLIGHT I Nat Pow ft L n_- 10 5 13'16 23 1 22/ 13/16 22% 1 I Candidate Vows U.S.-Panama Harmony :!

NEW YOfcK (AP Sale*, closint price Nat Supply l
I and net chaw of the 16 ineet 54003stocks I Nehl Corp ==== 1 18% 18 18% In JapanTOKYO ClassifiedSentinelStar
Newport Indust _" 1 24V 24%

Plagues Mart Hexall. 0,03.yesterday 9SOO.: 71At. *.. NY NY Central Chi ft StL RR.Pi...- 29 1 133 14% 133 14V. 133 14% PANAMA, Panama (fUP| Jose I He was nominated yesterday special circumstances by which I
TVi. no. -
Amer I.I"; Sou.* 70OO.6900. 2*. ..minus %*.. No Am Aviation ... 6 8% 8V. 8% Hideki J. Vallarino, a presidential candidate by the Liberal Reform Party, I Panama became an independent i

, Steek: Open DOW JONES H"Jh tow AVERAGES Close. Net Ch. Int Tel* '& Tel.. 67OO. 12',".. *.. Northern Pacific ... 13 21V. 21 Zl [EUPI]admission Ex-Prem. to the announced yesterday that i\ after his previous nomination by republic created permanent and ';

M Ind W .23 17 .S1 17i.$S 179.14 off SiR. Hadio. Keith.. 00.fcOOO$10., 1V.no.United Plus ',0. Ohio Oil .._ 20 33 32';. 33 if he wins the election next May I the Democratic Front, giving common bonds with the govern- Rat
\\M Mail 51.37 S1.S2: 51.25 51.47 off' .1SI Airlines. 0'... .... Owens-Ill Glass .,. 5 73';' 73V, 73Vi, court trying him for war crimes will him definite United' Daily pr J
33.21 33.12 33.17 off'. 4H Pan Amer Airways. SOOO. his Government co-operate a edge over any ments and people of the Minimum charge
Util' 33.l I' for
St'km 4M. M.42 4.14 M.B off.... Packard 'Motor 0.39OO.36OO.4 5'*.... no.Panhand minus ". Pee Gas ft .- S 34% 34% 34% that he alone was responsible with the United States "in de- i other candidate. States." Sunday 3 pr tin
P *
Transaction in *tock> used in average Tin Cons e.__ 1 5%, 5% 5'Panhandle -. the "defensive war" against the I' Minimum charge
yMterday: lndutrial 29.0OO: railroad Sinclair 0.1. MM "l.. minus "S. Par Packard Motor .-_- 39 4% 4% 4% West has done much restore fense of the stability and vitli i Accepting the nomination 'hesaid "As a result of these bonds, 3 Cn'u.la Days 20c line s dap

2O.OO; utilities 10,500; total 50.300. Param Pict. 32OO.Pict. 2:0. plus 12' .;4Warner minus- V.. Pan Am Airways .- 50 8% 8% 8. interests of both nations his platform as regards we are to co-operate 7 CODC1 Days ll line a day
.. oblgtr
Bonds Cloo N tCh. R ft R 35 8'8 8 his reputation in Japan, observers Count 5 Average Word 1 Un)
96.74.ff ..Mso United. Corp. 3IOO 2Vl. Plus Mk -- the continent in international policy would be one to the ability in the !
40 Bond Param Pictures 35 21% 21V. 21% general"alarlno National Out State) Hate*
ist Rails .::: _-- 101.00 off 535 ; Am Mad '&, 55. 3000.U'.14V. Plus"* no.Canad 4m. Patino Mines _==== 4 11 10% 10.% said yesterday. '- rl'si as am- :j of "cordiality and maintenanceof defense of stability and the vital j Slt Insertions o :35c per line:
10 2nd Kail .. __nn__ '5.49... ..02 ; PaC 3000 / Penney (J CI __ :: 8 42% 4. 42 Every newspaper front page in the States absolute of nations cutt Days 30c line a day
both and of
______ 100.M off ..05 __ ba..ador t"nil'd II i sovereignty. interest ,
10 Utilitto. n Penn-Cenf Alrl 5% featured Tojo's 7 Conic culse Days 2Jc line a daw
10 Industrials ._nn_ ".** off ..04 NEW YORK 5315. (.AP'(Hd.: .) High Low CloY Penn Pw ft Lt u 1 18% 15i: 1i: : Japan :yesterday to run for the presidency.' I He emphasized that the "very cntnent in JE.'neraI" I fM'nini 3 .l.
affidavit relieving
A PennRR -_--.==== 35 18 : 60,000-word are
MARKETS AT A GLANCE 16 23% 23% 23 ,. c.r.r ..sta t nolf
6'; for-
% the
ACF-Brlll Mot n n 13 6 6V4 P..p.lol. u -- Emperor Hirohito and .M..tl" ol any ,I
New York '. '. 25% Co.. 1 55 55 55 I their Sentinel-Star will
16 25 25 a. the
STOCK-Ni.d; .rico change narrow. Alaska Air Reduction Juneau _nn_U 2 3'. 3'. 3'. Phelps .g:--=- 10 46% 46V4 46:; mer premier's subordinates of Less Seen D rpnSbl fo only SOS in
I 22 Sunday
aONDs-Quiet: rail drift Io.r.COTTONI.05uIali . Allegheny: Corp -==- 13 3:% 3% 3% I Philco Phila Elec Corp =_i_: 2 7 22 15% 22 14%% 14'. any blame in causing the war. Busy Beaver Baffles c nlroII.

profit taking Mid Lud Stl -_ 3 2 31'4 31 39%% 31 39%%, Philip _n n___ 22 25'. 25% 25,. The effect of the statement was HOrCHTON, lch.P] A All Want-Ada start In Te Oiland.
Allis-Ch MIg 39-1 Morrl Morning Sentinel and printedin
commission house buying.Chicago .nn. ._ 7 7'. 7% Phillips -. _u_ 20 62'. 61% 62% attitude of the Jap- beaver telephone I
81 % the
Am Airline Pressed Stl Car ... 5 10'. 10- 10% to change busy As Upkeep Fuel Costs Soar I II both T Sentinel and TheDrlaaoo
Am Cable Rad 9 4% 4% 4jAm Star
WHEAT-Strong; foreign flour buy Car k Fdy 3 40'. 40V 40V", Procter ft Gam 1 68' 68'. 68 anese man-in-the-street from con- nSl'r in the Northern date. O U.

COMM in9. Firm short-covering. Am Cyanamid __-_._-._ 6 4 39'2*. 39V 2". 39 2'%. Pub Pullman Bye NJ--====== 6 1 19 52'%. 52 19"%, 19% .tempt or indifference to grudging Michigan are a. Repairmen' DETROIT [EUPI] Auto- operation the price of regular gasoline has The Want-Ad Department I open -
with other grains. Am & For Pow :::5 the tracking down the trouble thqt I from 8-3O am. to 6 d.5UDd'7 *
04Ts-H'lIh.r OU 28% 28% admiration for Tojo, although p.
Prod 7 25 24 24' nuh I -
HOGS-Nominally steady. Am Home n Pre R 28"1 costs are reaching a pointwhere clmb steadily from an 18.7- from 9 to 1 ajn.Deadline .
... 20"20% the I off 11 circuits yesterdayfound :
Am Locomotive 10 20'4 new friendship for man was cut I Ii for Sunday Saturday -
CATTLE-Nominal'* steady. Radio Corp 25 9% 9% the average motorist will average to about 269 P.p
22 8'. 8' 8R --
Pow A U cent
to' had
.n beaver'
Am Rad & St 3 .- 30 14'. 14V) 14V Radlo-K-Orph === 66 8% 8'5'. I not expected immediately a have to think twice before taking a gallon in two years. is 30 Don
NEW YORK lAP] In additionto Am Roll Mill __ 6 31'. 31'. 31V4Am Remmg Rand _n 4 13% 13% change the Japanese distaste for down a pole east of Baraga. | I You Can Place roW
n Repub __ 26'. 26% I his family on the usual Sun cents and higher in some places.Auto .
tax selling and other troubles, Smelt ft R u_ 4 55 54'". 55 I S.I .u 1 'I \Vant-\d by TelephoneDial
Am Stl FOr _____ 3 28'. 28% 28 V. Revere Cop ft Br ._ 19'. 18!,. 11.1 war. day drive in the country. makers. taking their cue ,
the stock market during the : ._ 7'. T I
past Rexall Drug 86 I 4161
Am Sugar Ref _._ S 45% 451. 45"Am u "KijXht or Tojo is stilla -
Tob B 3 40'. 39% from oil scarcity talk by the refiners
week had to contend with the I Tel ft Tel _n_ 16 150% ISO1. 150% Reynolds \HonJ : Doubled upkeep costs and
S Japanesesaid
__ 2 68 68 68 great about SO-cent
Am Tob B speculate
heaviest snowstorm in New I un St L San Fran 8 9'. 9". 9 hikes than 40
Am Viscose ___ 2 59% 59 59 n. all, hl'didn't Labor Capital averaging more '
York's history. Am Wit WkS u_ IS 8% 8 8 St Regis Pap _. 8 9'. 9'. 9'. I )'l'stl'rdaT.fl'r | gasoline and 60-cent motor oil. 8. Funeral-Floral Designs
I n cent auto purchase,
Am Woolen ____ 6 43'. 434 43V Schenley Distil 27 31 30% 30 try to an'bdy.I..f' per gas f There have been four general increases I FUNERAL
u f SPRAYS and designs tot
s-sb AL RR _==== 4 16 16% 16 I and oil since 15)41 :
the 33% 34 : prices are
The final short session of Anaconda Cop .n 11 34 Sears Roebuck __ 6 37 36'. 37Servel and he said the Emperor this year. all Central! F..':tda De.uer.es: twc:
Armour ft Co _.__ 17 14H 14% 14V4Assd u hl' to a crimp in daily to ali tuna l Arslra
put I senior
handicapped by staff Inc ._ __ 4 11'11'% 11% wanted' '
was inninJ
year Dry Goods 2 14". 14*. 14'4Atch peace. I Tax collections' on motor vehicles Shop
at Park
n Casse.Dcrrr Winter
and __ 94',. 94ViAtl Simmons Co _n__ 4 32% .32'. 32% of Seen mlUb plta.urf and other Unnecessary
shortages onthe exchange T & S F ___ 6 94V 49 Sldau Oil _n_ 34 171-a 17. 173430conyVacuum Tojo's frank expression warI I Harmony also have risen with the Phone 2-22.1.'
Coast Line 2 49 49
the desertion' of boardrooms by At! Refining _____ S 39'a 39';' 39'. _u 16 1 16'. 17 mongering Pan-Asiatic views,- spiral from $ ( ( )) in I
due to transportation ___,___ 4 22'. 22'. 22'. Southern Pacific _, 10 48 48" I :17OCOfl 10. Baby Sitters-Child Care
most customers Atlas Corp ___ which his American attorney, The auto inflation i is getting to an mil
Avco Mfg ________ 3 36'it 3636',. Southern RJ n. 393. 39 3934 The 191 fstmatl'd ,91
breakdowns.The Sperry Corp _n___ 4 21 21 21 George will continue to I WASHINGTON (IAPI] more and more attention and in 191'uto repair, storage I BABY AND CHILD CARE-Day. weekor
a Spinel be _. 3 9'934; 9'. Bewet labor lon hour;
board of governors decid- Bald Loco ______ 27 14 14 14''. Stand Br'Dd. _n n. 11 25". 2534 25'", ( for the next governments top peace- I, when the price situation get.ritc1 and parking hills have 103 E. .u.c..len'. rare ro.G.o
continue Bait.ft Ohio _____ 9 12V, 12% 12'. Std 0.& E 14 pf _n II 21.,, 213'. two days was a sharp contrast to ; sid he is "veryoptimistic" auto manufacturers soared. 2-32. -
ed just before 10 a.m. to Barnsdall Oil ____ 8 38'. 38% 38'". Oil Cal 62'. 62 21.StaDd that employers and ( wi CHILD CAEWIl keep ch. j-.a
business as usual mainly becauseit Bendix Avlat _n__ 9 29'. 29'. 29%; Stand Oil Ind nO 1 42'. 42% i I the weasel-worded alibis of mostof : to turn out new cars The auto industry has been I any day or "tek

was the last day in which tax Beth Best Foods Steel ___nn_n___ 1 1 103 30V*.. 101 30''.. 1033.SlawKnol 30'.. Std Stand 511 Oil Sprg NJ nU 00__ 16 2 78'143,., '14" his 24 codefendants.Livestock II workers wi 1918 settle without their crippling disputes -- featuring economy in operation. 1 j able thus far to ignore the small ; bl.1.32_ _

sales could be made In the reg-- nn 1 15 15 15 Sterling Drug ho._ 7 36'. 36'. 42'.1 In 00 cities over the country, i demand for a light car. I II RESPONSIBLE telephone SITTER 2-2869-An) l.n.t
Boeing Airplane ___ 8 22 Vt 22 22 V4 Stokely-Van Camp 8 171. strikes. -- P.a
ular way. Beginnjng Monday Borden Co _-_._n_ 5 41 40% 41 Stone" Webster 4 12 1'/ It'-. I Six foot, seven inch tall Cyrus --I TINY TOT DAY KVttSfRi=tin W
such transactions must be for Bore-Warner ______ 10 S3V4; 53 53V4Branllf Studebaker Corp h. 7 21; 21 21Sunrap I B. Corbeau. R N. 319 E. ROl.Pbone !:
Airy ___n_ 9 7% T,; 7V. OIl .. 11'. 11' MartsFederalState I S. Ching told a reporter he may OBITUARIESDr. 767wOr'
cash. Brig,, Mfg __nnn 8 31'. 31%, 31*. Swift &Co _0 n.h_ 1 35'. 35 i 1" I sticking his neck out, but Sumner Welles available for sittm: *,'h
Budd Co ___n_ 8 10'. 10 10 T b or eenrrs 410
Trlcesfwere' fractionally mbI: I 2 '. 35 35ViBurling .; believes labor and management .hUt-ID
Bulova Watch nn 35 Texas Co 19 60'. 60 60 I Maznolla. 5578
ed and the ticker tape frequently Mills _nn 13 20>4 20 H 20*'. Tens Gul h Sulph n_ 2 55'. 55'. 55' Marketing Bu- i have reached a new level Murphy

Idle In-the day's oper- I Burr Add Mach3. C 14'. IHs 14V Tu Tes Par. L A Trust 0 u___ 5 1 44 34!. 331.44'. 14 44'.. rcau report on combined receiptsat 'of understanding of each others 11. Special Notices

ations. Callahan Z-Lead .. 4 2' 2'. 2%.; Tide W.t A OU u_ 6 23', 23'4 major packing plants, auction I problems and their responsibility Sounds ATTENTION BROKERS-My proper-

Canad Pacific _-. 30 11'... 11*. 11'. Transamerica 1 13 1 231 and co-operative markets in Ar i to the public. Pioneer Taft Warning'I ty located at 1024 GlendaLe St hat
Transfers of 410,000 shares Carrier Corp u__n 8 17 17% 17". Trans A Wet 4 1634 1634 I been taken off the market. B W
with 800,000 last Sat- Case U II) Co ..__ 1 46*. 46'. 46*. Tn-Coot Corp 13 6'. 6'. 6\. cadia. Rartow, Gainesville, Jack I Thing i. director of the F..d.tral Ier.AMANDABRADt'OIP'YhlL
compared CaterpU Tractor --- 1 57 57'. 57% Tarot C-I'oa 26 22 Kissimmee Lake
... 213 22 sonville. Jay Mediation and Conciliation NEW YORK [IT! Soviet Russia y,it-
urday, a top since last May, and Celanese Corp 11 28 27'. 213.Cr.ioteX U I Cleric Dies I
low since Nov. 29. .. Corp _..n 2 26'. 26'. 26'. Union Bag A P _.. 3 34'i 34'. 34'. I City Live Oak, Madison. Mari- Service."Mayl has decided upon a policy of : 51h,; Columbia -
were a Ave : phone
Cent Foundry .. 4 8*. 8:% 8'. Union Carbide 1 100V,, 10O',. Monticello Ocala, Quincy I have much 2-2Jl
100V confidence ,
n. anna e
For the five-day week the aggregate Cerro De Pas . 3 26'. 264 26', Union Oil Cal 5 26% 26'% 26% i to Or. William E. Murphy. 81. aggrE.'ssi\t expansion and if she BAT TRIPS Irom Mt.: Dora 10 Sil
Certain-Teed Prod 10 16'. 16'. 16'. : n. Tampa, Tallahassee, in human nature, he the beau.
was 5,333,820 shares Union Pacific 1 159 159 159 WebtE.'r.Bnifay pioneer minsiter of Taft. is allowed to dominate Europe Spring through :u'
Ches ft Ohio 6 42%. 42 42'. United Air Line 60 16V'4; 13'. Igi. and Trenton. said. "But I think there i a Baptist Oklawaha River. Wise Boat Works.phone3223.Mt .
against 6,941,581 in the previous Ch H SP & Pae .u 22 8'. 8'. 8H United Aircraft . 5 23% 23% 23% Cattle Calves Hoq : eiId! Saturday at Orange Memo the Near and Far East, there will i _Dora._ aGE _

6-day stretch and was the best Chi ft NW ..__._ 10 164*. 15'. 16Chryirr I, Un Cig-Wh Sir ._ 3 4'% 4'% 4\\% Week Ended Dec. HIE.tm..t..dl much better understanding now I I Hospital I after a nrief illness.' :jbe no safety for the people of the'' YOUR LIVE Shrimp at Henrys
Corp 11 62 62>4 62SCIT United ... the of unions la .' :.
Corp and
31 23, 2% 2% ( 2.770 1.500 J.S on part companies r. Eat ecd of Eau O .tFridge.
for similar period since that of Thomasville Ga. Dec. .United States former Undersea
a Flnan 3 38' 38V4 38V, Horn in .
nn United Fruit .h_ 9 53% 53 83% Last Week (Actuals) 1.n7 is Boats motors, and tat Me
10.9 alike of what
Oct. 18. Clev El Ilium dU_ 2 38 37'. 37'. United Gas Imp ... 3 20% 20'. 20'. 1.51 imolved 7, 1SG6, Dr. Murphy was knownthroughout :;of State Sumner Welles declared' We keep live mullet fo ocean 'hIng. -
___ ,
I CoUate-Palm-P 1 44V4; 44V, 44ViCol United M & M .... 7 16% 161. 16'. I in the collective bargaining I' Clean modern bt.
Associated Press 60 stock Fuel & Ir _n__ 1 IS1. 15!. 15'. II U 8 Gypsum ... 2 105 104'. 104. CATTLE AND CALVES than there has been at pro.less I Central :yesterday. ..I or month. L c.bl U..nr o.n
Colum 0 & El __ 19 11'. 11'. ll*. any : '
composite on the day was Unchanged d U S Indust Chem 3 40U; 40'% 40'% few of the Florida livestock markets -'f Florida for Welles made his statement in HAY-P. Timothy. $1.50
Coml Credit 2Eastern 41 40ComI
U S other time in our I .ba.
at 61.9 although?; of 754 Solvents un n'_ 6 21'. 21'. 21'". US Rubber Steel n'Un hu__ 21 5 78 45% 44 77%% 44 77*%. operated the forepart of the I I histor. -1'S his neighborliness the magazine Successful Farm- Fair'. R.ncb. Telephone -

Issues registering 376 fell and Com'.lth Edls __ 7 28'. 261. 263.Comwlth ". W I :- and which is series of'' HARMONY CONVALESCENT HOME
running a
week but for the most part
A. South 61 21a 2.. 2% Walker Hii go i -ood good care licensed
174 rose. Con.u Edison un__ 17 211. 21 21'. Walworth G&W.._ 5 1 21 9'%. 21 9'%. 21'OT.. period was spent in activities : Alabama Mayor ; deeds: his I articles on the U. S. in world nurse In fo. Re.sn.bl. rateg.

The index for the week was off CODa Vultte __hh 11 12". 121 12'. Warner Bro Pict U. 32 12'12'. 12V and observance of the Christmas kindness toward I j politics after its poll showed that 2757 F.lrb.J Ave.. Winter P.rl
Coot ask 2 12 12 12 ph.
.5 of a point, first dip since the Coot Can nnnn_h'h 18 31 30'.. 31 West West Ind Un Sue"uu_ ? 203.23%, 5o 23'334% 20'.. holiday season. Thus, the supplyof Bans SegregationOn 's-, those who had ;52 per cent of farmers had never 92. PRICES Paid for oranges

week of Dec 6. Coot MotorS .__nn II 7'. 7'. 7'.. Westing Te Br 0 u.. 1 36 36 36 livestock on offer at Florida .' had run afoul of heard of the Marshall plan and MAKE ij' Phone 1 A_ 1.Sims

Volume in the curb dropped to Coot Corn Oil Exrh.nn Del uu_. 40 5 54 53"a 54 51'. 541.51'. Westing Wheeling Elee Steel_ . 20 3 48 30'%. 30 47%; 301;' markets was down sharply. Freedom Train -'. '.- the law or those i only 11 per cent knew what it -PARKER-Spiritualist rcmamis
% 471White daily circle Monday and Thursday
shares for the Corn Products __ 1 &4'. .u. ;
versus 64'
100,000 day 64" dire
Motor 2 generally steady
'u 23% 23'% 2]'. Trading was nee was about. pm ; Phone 3-1412.

190,000 a week ago. Crucible Crane Co SIr 14'
Bonds were spotty. Grains Curtis Publl5hl .. 12 9 8'. 9 Wiln' (FW) 'h... 5 46%4 14 46% 46 14'%. cull calves and bulls were considered -, Negro girls were the first per Dr. Murphy, "S in its "isb a Happy NewTear.

pushed upward in the brief session. CUrtiss Wright _n_ 19 4 43. 43.Deere VYourgt as much as $1.00 higher. sons to board the fre xlom train with his family, I, persists present activities later.
D Sh & T. 12 79 7814 79 policy, there is no b..is for READINGS DAILY at 4T'i W
I in this of
k Co uu 2 45'1' 1 4545.; % I Z Considerable competition was returned yesterday birthplace .4 came to Florid Russian American' cooperation j Church St. from 9 a.m. to 4 D.I
Del Lack & West n 2 8 8 8Detroit Zonlte Produc. 66 5% 5 to the replacement trade. the confederacy. in 1900. by Rev. Alice M. Greaver D. D. .
Edison __ 2 31'". 31" 31" Final AVelles' said. "Without ace Tuesday readings at S12
Dlllt Corp-SuI _n.__ 7 l53a 15"'. 15'. I 7..t..daJ 410.00 Some new buyers were on hand. Mayor Goodwyn announced -4 settled in Pine such the United W. Central fOM 2.J I t 8 dally and

Living Costs Dome Mln..s U h_ 2 17 n 17 25 per cent of the supply earlier that there would be no Castle, but a Cpf'raton. Ssnday.SLIPCOVERS.
Douglas Aircraft n 4 48'. 481 4B" Abut 1 racial discrimination. I>r. Murphy short time later can only functon haltingly made In your home
markets went
on replacement '
Dresser Indust n._ 1 22'. 22'. 22" Bell and weakly. Expert workmanship only. Ph
DII Pont De N n__ 1 186 186 186 account. | The city has laws requiring wont to Taft where he established U. S. I 3-3236. after 6 p.m. Lniian Moore
Welles) warned that if the
K segregation in buses theaters ;, 533 W. 19th Are.
the First Baptist Church.At .
Air L 12 18'. 18 18% Odd head' good fed' slaughter -
.nh failed to the UN to
Hit New Peak I Eastman Kodak 0.. 8 43% 43V4; 43V. steers and heifers changed' | and other public places, but Mayor that time the community of use furherworld SPENCER SUPPORTS individually
El Power & Lt n_. 11 16 15'. 16 Goodwyn said both Taft around the peace and j designed 1202 E. Wahlln. Il
Emerson El 1 h__ 1 16''' 16Vt 16", DividendPres. hands at $23.75-26. Bulk of the '| rce (lntl'P Spahler"wmill the UN would die as the League 2-35. Mr*. Warn.
Pays stand in the lines
Erie RR n. ____ 1 10'. 10V 10% ; medium grade same to "pay was by ox-cart. '
!lauJhtl'r ftl'l'rand 'of Nations did. This country : 12. Lost and Found
Ennb.r nn 7 nv4 11 m4r taxes, buy groceries and make Murphy called togethera
WASHINGTON [AP] Living to (
hif'r 1,73 the UN. he whenit
costs reached a new record highin Cams Tel ft Sad .. 1 7" 7 7 I $2.1. ';'bank depsits" and he.could see few neighbors and the foundation weakened sid BROWN BILL LOST Handmade -
Firratone T ft R _n 49' 49% 49'. Hal S. Dumas. of the no raising the issue of the new church was laid. ignored that body in announcing : contatnne dnvr'* nceDe.
mid-November the Bureau of
Fhntkote hn__ 3 37 36% 36"'. I Southern Telephone and I Common kinds were active at the aid program to'' r.elpts. 13-35 423 W. Church.
Statistics Florida Pow ____ 5 13% 13'. 13'. Bel for the trin's visit.Alabama's The preacher' Ih uldf'r. I
Labor reported yesterday .n sto pb _
Sl.1.75 to $17. Cutter steers and I 2-464
Telegraph and the Marshal
Fruehauf __ : announced and Turkey -
T. u 19 221. 21% 21% yesterday i to-shnuldrr with bi. I GrEE December 13 OD
the hint that 1948! ntihbn.orJin
aDen that heifers scored to $14. Medium BILFOLrN
the board of direct $1.7 plan.Corporate. Box C84
i at the' by ,
at higher Cable ____ S 12 11 \ day
may start an even nh % 11% has recordedas Marital Orb Vista.
Oen Sire nnn 19 34% 34 34%, ors declared a dividend of bf i i and hf"ing timber' after hours I I
levelStatisticians Urn Foods _____ $20 but the bulk LOST-2 black.
8 34% 34V 34'. cents for the first quarter of as E'SANI
Oen Motors _h____ 17 57 57% 57V 16 : $16 to $17. Tests Jan. 1 to build the church. Income 1 pew h.le. 1
of the Bureauof 1947 bringing the dividend Begin ,. .
OrB Pub 0th------- 1 12 12'. 12% year's eared I By "hard work and sweat" the W. Gore or P1 5O4OCALFSKIN
Labor. Statistics said Gillette Saf 33 32% 33 payments to $2.07 1-2 Common FOLDER t.OST-In
privately i sR on slaughter cows church soon took shape, and te
Gimbel _=== 8 20'. 20% 20'. each I MONTGOMERY [API Prospective Shows Decline ter or theater and bus
that a two per' cent wholesale 100ricb (IB F) .__ 7 56% 56',4 56% $100 share of outstanding ranged' upward to $16.25. but brides and in i there assembled one Sunday bt..en Debt; containing sea

price jump since mid-Xo- T'ft R 12 44 43 44 I common stock. This is the low- mot sales were' made at $13.75 |' Alabama will have bridegrooms I on the sand floor of the WASHINGTON [EAPI] United too'. papers and U. 8. Passport shipdischarges
a new legal morning
Graham-Paige Mot 6 5% 5'. j I and ]
vember' indicates' the Nation 1 est dividend ever the Cutter' 140. 4-$0 bill
'Gt Norton Ry pf._ 39V, 391. 39', paid by to 15.73 cows were active |hurdle between them and the al- rough structure, the first con- i I States manufacturing corporations Generous reward fnd..r PI u.

may swing Into the new year Greyhound Corp __ 5 11'. n. n'. company."If i 81.75 to $1373 whilecanners ', tar beginning next week when I gregation of 14 membeis. The |, had a net income after taxes notify Mas Streeter . Box 117
Gulf Mob ft Ohio 6 13'. 13 *
at a consumer's price leveleven Gulf OU --.------ 2 75% 75V.% 1',-, I we are to attract tne additional -I ?; from !'' the State's compulsory pre-mari- Rev. Murphy delivered his first i! of $2 billion 500 million during i' CAT Melbpurne.Fl : of_ 211_ _I- Jack

eclipsing the mid-\o\em- [ H I I capital that will be required -I $R.' ; however not much tal blood test law goes into ef--I sermon. This structure later was | the second quarter of 1917, WT ..VldnlJ bl1 spots male
Hayes Mfg '. I I
her uu 9 8 7% 8 abote iI..O. Ph 3-1327.
peak. Homestake Mm _u 1 38% 38%, 38%, ,; to build new plants to furnish I $ :Ifect. I destroyed by fire. the Federal Trade Commissionand harrow.

The Bureau's consumers' price Hudson Houston Oil 'h__ 1 27'. 27*. 27. ;: the telephone service which the Shelly canners sometimes sold Enacted by the l legislature In later years Dr. Murphy rode the Securities and Exchange DRAW between BAR South LOST St. for and disc Conwa on

Index rose approximately one I Motor nu .7 20'", 20V 20% growing South both wants and down to $6. Common and medium earlier this year. it requires both to and from Taft in his antiqueFord. Commission reported in a joint Bumby Finder please call 2-4830

per cent from mid-October to I Illinois Central___h 27 30'. 30 30 needs, the low earnings which I sausage bulls brought $13.25 parties to a proposed marriageafter The canvas-topped vehicle announcement yesterday. DOG LOST-Greyhound-femaleFawn
Int Harry
Harvester Please phone
mid-November to set the h 5 87% 87% 87'. restricted our 1947 dividends to I to lfx50. Good and choice was familiar to many That figure compared with $2 clone
new lot Nick Can hn 22 26'". 26% 26'. I Jan. 1 to submit to blood Orlandpans P. Lea. 679.
record. The mid-November indexis I/it Paper _.h__ 10 54% 54 54% Ionly slightly more than two per i slaughter calves and vealers tests and obtain certificates and throughout Central Florida. billion 700 million in net incomeduring HOUND LT.od ..hlt

eight per cent higher thanit I tot Tel ft Tel _d__ 59 12". 12V4 12%, cent on capital stock must be im- ,:, were scarce. Medium grades showing they are free of syphilis Accompanied by his wife, the the first quarter of the walker; ca 2-270 or

I Box 14. _ _
was a year ago, 21 per cent Johns-Manville _- 10 40 40 40 proved Pres. Dumas said. brought $18 to $21.25 and common in an infectious stage before mari Baptist preacher in 19.1 motoredto 3{ year, the Federal agencies said MINK FUR Ol.ndo. piece pleas

above mid-June 191C. 67 per cent I Joy Jones MIg ft L- SU UUh.'uu 34 86% 33 86'%. 33 86'. Southern Bell .currl'nty is I sold from $13 to 1825. Culls riage licenses are issued. Texas in the antiquated vehicle I Te decline they adde. return to LT-Nrl 43 RndPEARLLUnmOt..d

above August, 1939-when the I K1 ', seeking' increased ratts meet made $to $14.50.Replacement i I where they visited their daughter -I, higher costs Of'smaI.

i Kennecott Cop __ 4 47% 47% 47% the higher' incurred and her It was only :
than offset
war in Europe began-and 165 L expenses buyers' pickedup famiy. which "more higher. Jewel from parents. O. hole hail

per cent more than the five-year I Laclede Gas '_n_ 4'5 5 5 | In rendering service to the a email supply of medium Aged ProspectorDies within the past year that sales." *! way thra. Reward: C Y

19.15-39 average of consumers'prices Lehigh Lib-O-F C ft N _h___ 4 10'%; 10% 10'% public and has casl's pending I stock ftl'l'r. heifers and in Fire Trap the gasping Ford was sold by its Ar.troD. 1902 1 WestmorelandPUPPT
Glass u. 5 55% MI. 55 Jade LOST-Black. Little boy s pet
Llbby. UrN ft L ... 4 9'% 9% at this time in several of the cal"t" at $14.50 to $17.75 and proud owner. Ohio. and sister Minnie Lost downtown Orlando Reward.ph. .
Food prices rose about one- I Liggett ft Myers .. 1 87% 87% 87% States in which it operates.' kinds were also active HICKORY. N. C. [IUPI| Trappf I Dr. Murphy served' .pastorof a 'r. ._23O
I, Lockheed Alre U_._ 6 14 13. 13'. 1 "Our 1 common in his blazing home, A. Wampler. Linn, Ind.IN large-gold
half of between mid- dividend experience l.Dale the' Taft church for 12
one per L. Inc '0' 16 19 18'* 18'. 191 at $11.50 to $16.Inferior abut PtS -'L-Bro..n.. Donnie.
Brindletown farmer
October and mid-November, BLS Lorillard IP) _.n__ 2 19'. 191. 91. I simply forcibly confirms the I lightweights turned 78 < I years. During these years MEMORIAM Bank. LeFt

said. reaching to slightly below I Mack Tracks hU. M 2 52 52 52I I fact that subscriber telephonerates i- from $8.00 to $1.0. Common gold prospector burned to death later, he helped' organize In lovlne m..mol of our Moved .Ion RED BILLFOLD"N.tona L-Rxy Theater -

the peak they registered in Sep- I Mac, (IR.H> . 1 35135l- 3sL of past years have become and medium made last night while relatives looked churches in Tatares, Conwayand .nd brother H Burket who .a'' or vicinity. $.10
stok with ago roilezestudent.
called home to year
valuable to owner -
temper The November food i I, Marine Marshall Midland Field* __ 13 6 24 6'. 23'6'.. 24 6'. i outdated by the trend of costs I $10.75 to $15.25. Inferior stock on helplessly. Stuart. He also assisted In today. b Jeus ': Papers If found pla call 48

Martin .. Ii which we must in We ran not say-we win not say Ton Winter Garden ._._
price status was 203 per cent 1 14'. 14'. pay rendering cows ranged from $6.00 to $11.25. establishment' of the Jackson I dead: you are lust away. Away to Bw

above the 1935-39 average.Coffee Mdland Mo-Kan-Texas Stl Prod. ... 3 43 4'%%, 43% 43'i the service, and clearly shows Family Electrocuted Heights Church in Tampa. are that fair city. and home with the Lord.where S! station OR LOST from and old Army.

I Monsanto Chem _. 3 61 414"." 6'. the necessity for adjusted telephone -I CHICAGO [UPJ] A load of top I MARTIN, Ky. [API Four perSons Besides his widow, Dr. Murphy more. sro.Some .day sickness we shall and meet rrlef, are andOh1 no pointer puppy Age 1..r Right.hi..
_.. ou
houses in 17th Montcom ward 4 54 53% II rates, Mr. Dumas said. were found electrocuted yes- that will be. rear let broken. Call 1 E. Bowm.Orn
Century Murray Corp h. 10,4 16.. jJHN.shKtJflnator grade steers sold for a new national is survived by a daughter Mrs. what a meeting eBulrk CoWATLTLost
England sometimes advertised, J2 I all-time high of $40 per 10 terday, as one of the victims, was Ola Baggarly of Dallas, Texas, I missed Our you hears -ache words with ran not.express we our Saturday- n.h'

themselves with signs made of Nat Airlines __...'10 9 17-''.;4 n-m 171-., Eggs and Poultry Ibs. at the stockyards this week I putting up a radio aerial which seven grandchildren and six sorrow. Your chair remains empty; no fexIble Phone 3.jhtl
8". hearts:
h. "
8 fill place In our
ceramic tiles.r Nat Auto Fib ._ __ 2 10'. 10'. 10', JACKSONVMJt This peak tops the came in contact with a high tension great gandchidren. Also two I one lost can the ever sunshine your of our home. when ext JM rear 110

Nat Nat Cao Biscuit .--n._ 5 J, 303. 3014NL iresn eggs: (P Florida nearby record of 39.00 set here Dec 9. wire. The dead: Rohr Flan- sisters.i Gergia Demis of I..e,swentowa y. So much we miss thatcheery WALTXma.d.Y or.---

::: .; :- -- talnr-----"u 24 8 1'". 83.' 13'8Nat ,. All sales to retailer: Curtailed receipts and broad any, 38: his son, and Augusta and Mrs. Tealey Agee, I which ..i"H..lo" on and In the that memory sweet of smile all license Regard Drummond.Call 4180 Box nr 318.r St'.

r: WINTER PARK /t.f. t. Nat Dairy DllluU"Prod_ _._. 11 4 21 27L'20'. 27'21 'de A Net Net wt-doz. C Mkt demand boosted good and choice Flanary's brother-in-law and Fitzgerald, Ga., and a brother, who This year you.has been lone We can never Cloud.Mrs Glenda

Nat Gypsum h. 4 11 18'. Larre -** 7S 78 steers and yearlings 1.0 higher. sister, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Norris. Lawson Murphy also of Augusta. understand why th I no..r arepicked '
312 No. Park Ave. J; Nat 1 1': Medium 2i 67 ,? But younl. that 11. Beauty Parlors
;' 34'. Small : Common and grades, Services will be held at Pine so early. we G

I f. One Block North of the Postoffice \4. Sites large-_ 18 as o*. up ; 80 5g and fat heifers, advanced 50c. Castle Baptist Church and inter- has And* we plan know and that purpose all thIngs In all work He to Asntot1tANs-apecializnc In :.n't

+ Sale direct to CODume.: Most and choice ment will in Greenwood Ceme' ether for to them that love God. quality permanent wa s.-sas. a.1b.uty
Handkerchief; good ftl'f'1 lo ,. 20
Wt. Cur.Mtt. The to them .. the called according to culture. Popular priss
Grade A Pet dot in Crts. and yearlings' ranged 27.00-39 Wrong Way tery. Arrangement yet to be His IUr." Romonc 8-28. I Pn : 6462. _ _

(t BAUUEIJI 100 Key Large 24 os 85 8 medium' to low-choice hplel are of Fairchild BURKE. BtTRKETT I CHARLOTTE-KAY U-Salon.
Medium -81 os 75 78 To Put Out Fire! Funeral Home.cervices MR. AND MRS. ERSET over Mc."n'. S ft
23.00-31.50. top
Small 18 o*. 63 66Extra tpk's hpil'r MR AND : I manent and complete beauty
@i ) LInEnS large-. 26 os. up 87 90 \a" 33.3O. Most canners and MEMPHIS. Tenn. [rAP] Try MR. AND :: MiRtEWE Expertly done Ph 4014 _

UflPOITtRS Tax Florida dresKd-aale. t retailers. to consumers bulked t KELLEY'S SHOP-146 E
f QuestionsInvestors : cutf'r .o1.73 ing to put out a grass fire with for Mrs. Mary Catherine We wish to thank our friends for the Church St BEAU 3-1014 Permanent -

Drs..d LiveNew Most beef cows were 21.0 the butt end of his loaded shot- Ewing, 95, who died Wednesday I lovely floral offerings and the many kindexpressions waves. S3 up. complete Expertraves
.-- York style and Dr..nH..n of sympathy and comfort extended hair cut"ng: all iabrtOI
caused the deathof at her home. 612 Anderson -I
heavy _.u--4 S3 ,22.0. 'IE.'asausage gun yesterday to us during our recent sorrow in tFtd. _20 years'_ SlrFDce.:
liens light - 41 : frm a young Memphis farmer. I St., wi he held Sunday at the loss of our d..a wife and mother. I ; tepes
Monocramlng _ _ _ and Business meal are i Broilers d'I%-: :=48 55. ers went for 30.00 down and lightfeeders George L. Luna Jr.. 22, was I,4 p.m. Fairchild Funeral W R SfT. SR .. 1 SJVRBEALSALXA1 Irm.n"nt ; and
Invited ask .. for W. R 21 W Pine
DISTINCTIVE I a. t copies o I COTTON CLOSING I were firm at 2102.5.Hogs rabbit hunting near here whenhe Home. Interment will be in Ohio. I MR. AND :HARVEY P fI. Lucy :
I ,
lorm..Uvek.t discuss- NEW ORLEANS (AF> ..Fluctuations. _r weighing more and his father saw a fire Widow of the late Joseph MR. AND RAYMOND I 15. Schools and Instruction
nt IM pertinent Income Tax ..ranar*0w rano coto. futur, MR. AND DAVID R. SMITH.
LINENS questions of her* ynterday. and the m..e closed 40 Ibs. mo\-e 1.52.0 higher, and threatening livestock. The elder i Mrs. Ewing came here MR. AND MRS GEORGE T. HOCK.E. DANCING All typ I
Interest Ewint.
: ( at th. cents a bale higher to 1 I 1.5.I Luna said his son the ao from Versailles Private .rd rl..s Instrlle'lon P'
bine of year. 'I The irregularity was due t. weekend rmme I I CARD OF THANKS W
V For Greater Appreciation CosernOSe.ra. (.05o. It was .t.1 a holiday -I I The top of the highest gun butt at the the i Ohio. Survivors include two sons, We wish to express our heartfet tbaJ, 3-1066.CentrarHours Jane Dlckson till Sturns 10 P:3 m

,! Write or call personally for market with most o..at.stayingon since mid-October. Bulk good weapon went off. sending the Charles V. Ewing. Cincinnati to the doctors and non -
J Also !
Give Linens From BARNEY'SWe the. cotton steady I Memorial Hospital for their kindness. REATE.nd
id I a copy of this booklet and .dhne So.. 15/15 inch ,,,,and choice 1702f. lb. butchers charge into his chest and Harry Ewing, Union.South's ;our many friends for their card and SCooP !
..nchanl. cents a pound.. Local !I|ranged 28.7 -2.2 Hogs 260-300 I I I E r flowers. especially the dear ones that brokers and salesmen. 139 E. Pine St.

t Gift Wrap .u.t..eI sales amounted Open High to .nlr.:5 bates. Change. i iMCh i lbs. 28.2 .r. Most sows sold i I ginton stood by for to their the end kldnp Also and elstein-Wlg-Rev. John- Phone 6566.SCHOOL-OF. ADULT Etra'or.APph..d : -

ALLEN CO.L'ESnlE''S :JS.TJ 35.SI S4.TJ C for 24 00-2.1 : for the wonderful message. from Psychology. ;
A Visitors Welcome-We may tempt ,* & May 3S.SO 3S.S 15.7 15.5:5.Y.75" 3 Hal Go'. word in the time of sr. when .th".nr7. L. Lax foreFI '

?; but never urge to buy. I July 94.39 34.4 1.19 1.41 off 2 LIST Cotton Lead SlipsIt : our Mother and Grandmother teea Oil Public h.lam..nrar. Cas"ac" J.I '
I II Mrs Minnie M Baron 15'h.
31-ST upDec.
I Oct. Enrollment
Petosker. UlchUan. In the 11.4 31.5 of Merrill 6th. 1e
Summer. family.
Furnished through courtesy Singetonand
I ; 511 MetcaU Bide. TeL 2-2772 _. 30.83 1.9 30.33 1.n. UP 7 I j Lyncb. Pierre. Fenn & BUD: I Mrs Odus I 139 E Pm.St Phone ",<< (rln1"
l =- I id. I . bI'! speakinf.
--= Aluminum Co of Amer 57 .. snDIOP
. Amer Gas Elm -.::==.:== 34Ark FRESNO. Calif. (API Wster I is a belt composed of Call SPDc in,trucuon
inch cotton at 10 Southern Nat cotton booming-so so
middling 15/1 I
Light ft Traction ___________ 15'.
spot market "..r4ay. waS 1O cent a .i, Ashland OU ft Red .n___________ 14% that cotton no longer is a mono'the Ro Grande Valley of Texas, that 16. Travel Information
RESIDENTIAL kalo lower at 3S.C3 cents a pound; average __ 54 land where
Banum Steel South. I all its irrigated

II for t;past inch 3O average market 33.82 days cent 35.26.Mddl.ng *.3 I I Cities Creole Service Pet Corp n.--.--.=======----==: 42 38'%, poly California of the Deep first cotton growing is not more than I satisfies every requirement I I AIR.and BUS.tickets.STEAMSHIP Authorized Reservations agents all

LIGHTING FIXTURES pound. I Elec Bond" Share Co _u___n_ 10'. al'.ad) 25 years old of good taste. lines. Sonmland Tr.ve Bueau 3
__ 3*. the valor I
Fairchild En< ft Airplan Corp among demonstrate East Pine. Phone 531.
I Fact to
GRAIN MANGE Glen Alden Coal Co -._uu_____ 18'. of its 'a..t and varied' agricultural Havana and Nassau.
Select CHICAGO (IAP' Humble OU ft Reff _n__' _______ '6' this ri"f of .tl'r cotton. ; -. Travel A,
your fixtures withindividuality 'b..tOpn Hob Low Co I Hecla Mining Co .____.un__ 10'.. production is mu..cin decade Califor Ol.ndo 8393.
distinction Mil 294 291'. 2 Hubbell Inc __u_________ 35 Dixie niarkrt King In less than a
July . 262L. 265'. 262'. 265'* Lone Star Gas Co ._ _u____ 20'. into \ nia has climbed from 11th to 5th
and design for good light Sept 25S',, 2S8>. 255'i 258'. Niagara Hudsn Corp ______ 8'. Cotton for generations has in volume
the States
Dec ._ 255 2S3. 255 255 N Co ______ liP. place among : TO COUNT OX.
ing.Johnson. Corn- .Bm..nl-Pond ._u ________ 12'. been a btnl''oltl t despot.| of cotton produced [now behinc:]I you need buying,

. 243', 251 243 251 Srhulte. lo 01 _0._________ 3'. California Texas. Mississippi. Arkansas \
138'a 24f. 238'* 241'. ft Light 1'. In fact. growers are hiring. or renting aid.
Electric Co. Sept. 222'. 226'j 222 226' Sand Technicolor P. uu"n n n .__ 12'. writing off Dixu-'s monopoly for AI lhama I I. even though it is ont ir Sentinel-Star Want

Dec Oats 1 9 1.99 1 9 1 95 W Va Coal ft Coke 19 I[ an entirely new cotton belt 1 llth in ari-eage. Arizona and Newi I
Kaiser 15%, 411.1
E. Church St. I May 11'. 1 16'. i IS j 16'. Atlantic I'.aar Cat Fish ___n.o-- 3'. which they will dom'nateeventually i Mexico mst getting :tarE rani I
Z -IPone 51J6 .July 10"', 1 01'. 1.00;4 1.01'4 Bherwin-wm .. 7'Twin ( preu.t cotton 13th and in On Next Face]
SPt .03', ..920.03'. '1 Coach ====_===--. .--. 14% I nUon's I"' 1t bt 'oluE! I
D. .89 .8.8 .49, BeuU Drug --- --. 7% I picture. I and .

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-[Cent, from Preceding Page] 19. Services OfferedRUG I I I 83. Articles for SaleI ; 33. Articles for Sale 33. Articles for Sale I 33. Articles for Sale I 33. Articles for Sale 40.Pet Stock and Supplies untzig g-ntltnrl-frtar

I I AMMUNITION gauge 22- ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS i POULTRY WIE ft.. 5.75; In.. WHIZZER GI ITEMS-Air niter PIGEONKOne dosen wanted Call Orlnnrfo. Flor- '
AND I long rifle; hollow-point ahel. shot I and used; reduced prices from f 125 HEATERS At reduced Ccono- 675. 6 Smyth Lumber $1 75 $1.25. chrome rearview 4768 evenIngs after nix : )
16. Travel InformationAIR. ed stay UHOLTY-Dr.de.1 i I shells. Wyckoffs Hdw 2524 Rub and (329; guaranteed; prompt de- I| master portable ,. Co N Orange and rlro.d mirror $2 50. t.lt-cri controls DEC. -N. 1'MT' i \ : 13

Colors re livery.ph.3-3245.104E.Mliier. 20 only reduced to the price of $6.95. 13.95. speedometers Bendlx SIX HOUND PUPPIES-Four months
BUS. Sn.ul5HIP-TichU. tour : Use again same day. Phone '-123. our unusual I I II Lloyd Furniture Company. 905 North REFRIGERATOR-_Crosley 6 c. ft.. ; generator sets complete with old. Cheap. Buckhead Ranch. Box
by fully Orlando Duracleanerg. 716 ? AQUESVII sop I j ELECTRIC SAW-Portable. 8-ln. and new unit. excellent condition. See .
and cruise ar.DumeDt evr changing stock !' Orange Ave. tem headlltb i (IS 95 Whizzer Motor l.t5; Sanford. Florida. 17. Rooms for Rent
eonsullan. St. in metal at 630 W. Princeton
authorized and _ -- -- vites daily inspection for the coliector. 9-ln Wappat car1.nccas Sales. 602 N. orange Ave. Phone
Cjnvenient downtown office.c Jere Beery. Willard & Keiser. Vogue 2-4687. TOY FOX TTRRIER-Also Pekingese COLONIAL DR .
1601 Etractr.
Chamber of Commerce RUGS UPHOLSTERY CNE Je.ele. M.irude block.: Coisnisitown: 5036.I burns 17 Inch RTAtRAXT EQUIPMENT sec ; and chihuahuas. 1BO9 E. Damn I.
Arcade. _
i Expert workmanship _ _ _ HATlrculatn 1 e room* twin i
Service 118 fst r..eI ranges. Avenue.
Orlando : condition; 1409 Univra WATER HEATERS Gas oil. automatic
BL JUt .,
Trve Ph 1 beds furnace heat Pare.:
I Guaranteed mothproofing AWKINCS. CANOPIES Roll curtains ELECTRICAL SIPPLIES-Romex wiri dishwasher. 20 cu. ft. ''
E. C raj. pb 89.D. Greenwood Ave._ :_5875.___, re'' 20 or 3O-gal Electric TROPICAL restas nb. theater
2-2990.KleeqigeCo.ofOrlando i Venetian blinds made to or- i ing. entrance cable. wall boxes. frieerator. water cooler witS glass esl Table J FISH-Dec. 'Aquarium' _

r-CAUFRNI Feb. 3Tat 1 der. Free ..Um.tea Colonial AwningCo. switches. duplex r..pt.cle. etc. inI HEATER-Wood burning. 5 roirn filler. 9 cu. ft. commercial freezer. I iQlt Wyckoff top. 15el.. 110. Kuhl to just In Water testing kits. $ 60 CLOSEIN-2O8 Billcre- h ,j

i RADIO and small appliance repair 821 Hillcrest A ... Phone 2-612 I H. Parrish Hardware. 220 S. Orange size. Excellent condition. $30 Kir- This equipment may be purchased I I C_BilLJ.MS Nebraska. 2-6193 ._meals, connecting! bah

R.- ei exchacd. Myron Crow >' plrk-up service.and Work cu.rnt.< Free city. l APARTMENT-GAS KITCHEN-Complete I bone_2:184"_ stein, Sons_PrintersPh.2_ 3078._ together or in separate unit*. Call i i WE RAVE installed a floor furnaceand TROPICAL AND Oold flab. Aquariums GUVBY AVK. 411-ClO-r I
C __ deUn1 .Ithn at 428 N. Orrcge I
___ Ave. to see this have two Ward's Circulating
'I with 4-rt. Working people preferrt .
Caldwell ca rerlcerator. I ELECTRIC RAZOR-Remington four- HOUSE PAINT. Berry's Brothers plus equipment. Modern fish bowls air pumps heaters. Angel
PA' ',lE WA"1 Atant.N" 1-- - -- -- ranle. sink and cbID.t. t some. $12 50. G. E. electric good workmanship assures an Appllancej.Inc. heaters for sale! at reduced pre.on. fish. 3 for $250. Neon Tetras. able rate_ _ _

..., 41. 118ai REFRIGERATION SERVICE All. . apartment. 1 unit only avail cooker oven and 2 pn.ble side economical and durable YOI job ROOF COATT"G-Protect yourf entirely I new cne slightly usd. Catfish $1 Harry Coster. 138 RInseI HARWOOD AVI. 15T1

Mr .as-, Off :th Lewter. dial makes of domestic and commercial : able. Modern Appliances. Inc.. 428N. patrs.! $25. Boy s boxing gloves foldln. . whether you nse the three-coat or for the wine$2.50 808_V'assar.permanently._ ___ wood Dr Winter Park. room. Gentleman prc!>

for County 193.-1._ refrla.r.lor expertly repaired by Orange. .1725 E. Kaley.ELECTRIC the two-coat The is in can. At Glidden's.ROLLER __ i NEW 6515
framed All work :, ____, _, __ system. price ALL STEEL FARM Traier I WIRE-HAIRED TERRIER months
tfhnlclans. ARMY SURPLUS New shipment of line with other standard quality SKATES Sturdy ball bear-
priced; immediate
17. Hauling and Moving_ I: ar.teed. Wi.rd Keiser. cuar-I' desks shoes clothing blankets. I RANGE Electric cookIng paints. Bumby Hardware. 102 W. inr. rust prof finish. (2 95. Knox' pacity. 2 iona. 2-wheel; d.lnn sIdes I' information.old Female. Telephone 2-3895 for MAGNOLIA Vat.. 44- E\:

Mll. .; Ph. 5136. radio parts and many other Items.C. at its bst. Fast cl.n. thrifty Church SLHEATRU Store Co. Pine. Phone 2-316. attached: with sides up

AERO MAYFLOWER TRANSIT c. ,, & S. Army-Navy Surplus. 444 W. I to use. Fast flame. I RADIO PHONOGRAPH box dimensions S'xl2'xl6": with
Long- distance moving. Call RADIO REPAIRING D.nd.ble'and Church. Clean as an electric light. Makesi i circulating Evans super A combination. ; sides down platform 7'a'xI4sheieht ". 41. Poultry and Supplies MILLS ST. 911 M -Pr .
er van and Storage service for free economical repairs i everything you cook taste better. Low boy console surprise Christmas present given suitable for business ,c .
celxe. C&b of platform 1..
AUTOMATIC ROOM HEATERS-Oil. with each radio combination. : Ideal forcl'ms
ea'lmatalso: local moving storpacking Can Saves time and effort. The followingtnsdemarks met Flame Specialat GIVE STARTED CHICKS for Christ tleman.OSCEOLA.

a',,, crating and aPI at trained BrittsGeneral tehDclan.EIftrc""Scoty'. I 127.9 to 1995. Wyckof'. Hdw.. !' to choose from-Westing- ; burner. This is the only horizontal. Sales Walter since J.1936.61 Wilcox's E. Robinson.Service and'! 1835 K crops.St.. Miller N W. Farm. Tr.ier... mas. Pullets and cockerels 6 and ST.4161 ( Ii

14' \ S jDlvjslon; p 798aASa..iiiIl 356 N. Orange Ave. Kuhl I' house. Admiral. Universal.I Electro- natural draft oil burner in any heat 7 wks. old Lake O the Woods Chick room for builoti rra1pnvileiev -

LOW rates household shlpIP I ADDGMCEEict 165. | Master and Quality. Walter J. Wilcox .. Double length. U-shaped cold.n RADIO PHO ORPH-Beautiful I DjC.LARGE____ _ __ Co 't mi. N. of Maitland. Hi-way garage. h rn

nil N. Y.. all coastal Ave. Service & Sales since 1936. 6 E flame. This flame being so much General with QUANTITY 4" galvanized 17-92._ _ _ '
SPalt Orange Ave. REFRIGERATION SERVICE immediate delivery. Florida BustI Robinson Ave. longer than an ordinary 2 short wave bands. priced right for 3" galvanized wrought Iron PRINCETON SCHO L A
I'Go work charges reasnable GOODS EGG BEATERS New one band heat chamber extra large ROCK Frank l.k11.lan. Pip. valves and fittings: 25. 6" cast oven ready. Wildcr-Densmore Turkey _2-1276.

BEI. .S DELIVERY SERVIC-Phon I guson Refrigeration Srlce. 1752 I AMY and SALWol: cot.bl.nt.t.gabardine method ecg- Also other surface collects heat from the golden LT-Forle.Conway Rd : kin B k S valves many other Items Ranch Pb 6513 Interlakcn Rd ST. JAMES HOTEL 3o'J Alind.

2-4- >, bent mvl baulnl I b.ter. flame. Heat wave blower fox F Kenney. BIG TYPE broiler hi ii from Ii OOO Single. $7 .,
flying suits: new pants: types. Bumby . 102 W : prevent* n.xt the last house on Ph. 672 After > < we tk 1
reaiu'y r __, I SUGAR CURING or artery pump cur1.m heat from the let-h.ne breeders farm Special I (10
at Sunday on eekly
hickory navy dungarees mountain tents tarpaulins Church St. ol.tn" ceiling side. write_ Cocoa .a.h. _ our cxii up. Pining 9.1
FuLrUilD; VAN & STORAGE CO.p .- { : ldln fashioned i raincoats feather pillows distributes t. of heated air Selected S3 95 per 100. Uilits..sde
: navy : 35.1 YALE AVE I432 W c> ,-
pork at any -45. 55-pound roofing. Also PRACTICALLY
Can lards load or load to or your Hun- I I Ii per minute. yon burn less NEW 16 ft Turner $2 95. COD H & H Pedigreed :
comforts fatigue pants.
p.r fully
J : ; Iurnl'hed do ib'.e S
Lnon, Ma.. New York. :i I applntm.nt ntsar. C.n-I dreds of items at low price Mor ECIC REFRIGERATO"-Good oil in an Evans b.1e you get more green and red slate. 90pound.Bumby sawmill complete with power pI.Dtand Chicks. Farmincdalc. N. J. beds innerspring err
.mateS or 135 N. Ial and Storage Wardrobe trunk: .1cc- : benefit from that is Hardware. 102 W Church St. gang edger. Ph 468-R Winter
e- M.lnFIEA' Salvage Store. 46 E.Church StAIRPLANE th. h..t ,
s water Near bus.
11 san pro Ph. fcri-
13th St. Park
Co.. Inc. 401 W. | _
STORAGE and Warehouse S.n trie sewing machine. 610 W. Graod. ;I duced. Special price for Dee. REFRIGERATORS Crosley-Shelva- _ 45. Apartments for Kent

for Allied Van Lines. ford. Florida.______ MODELS-Complete stock J Wlco.. Service and Sales since dor Open the door to food storage NATURALLY the YMCA-Attractive roon.,
.nt TANKS Modern models and accessories. HORw- ELECTRIC REFIGETRUse 1 } E. space galore. puts i I headquarters for ARLINGTON AVE 1036-Larce new men. Single or atoub.c t
without SEPTIC
Inc imermation ; I 1".n"n Cro"Y-helv.dor building and
oblctoDon Ce.n.d road racing cars. Model Leonard: I 28 ft. of m.t.nal. Ifor.Uo Call 8006.
local and lone distance I sanitary pumping Rea- b.t. sup .o cODd.ton hous I advice of !' garage ap 2 bedrooms Modernly
movlC. .. N. Orange. Sonia Dr. HEATERS-See the model. 3155. al f.xc.pt
ph. H.I.y' Pak._ I II n. wife fingertips. Helps her
1 :1 Witer prepare j ROOMS-With
Also parking storing and crating. 56 sonable. Burke Sewage DisposaL Rt i i5BtMilU Nebraska furnished Seasonal, $125 month. or w.th hit
Perfection heater ._
I Istyle. with pilot light. _
61 w Jartson. CaU 231U.OLNBECS | 19. Box 231; 2-678. i I AIR COMPRESSORS stock for I I FUR COAT-Persian Will heat 9.200 cubic ft of easier faster breakfasts. lunches and j Available Jan. 1 Ph 2-2961. bath: (12 to (30 per <
immediate delivery rla. Pipe and I size 16-18. M ,bbY tu'I'I space. dinners. Reduces food fumbling. FOR SALE-MondaY and TuesdayComplete APT OPPOSITE i Orange 130 S. Court St
Local moving. Kelvinator dept Bumby Dubsdread Country
and W. Church. Ph. 6118. Hadware. groping and
SEPTIC TANKS DSTAL Supply Co.. 630 shall Field & Co. 55 spilling. Of course the furniture of 4 bedroom
packing. 102 W. Club. 3 rooms dinette and ST 504
130. Church. porch
cleaned. State approvd. yearsin I' AIRPLANE MODELS and supplies of Place. Maitland. 1st north of _ _ ___ Crosley-Shelvador is as beautiful a* I house including some fine antiques, -
Long beautifully furnished about (150. sleeping room: single
ar" I for Dsane Can 6730 it Is practical with :
[lher' business. or graceful modern large nine chime grandfather clock
kinds. Southland Hobby Shop. HOME FREEZERS-Kelvinalor. now
Dial ph. 3-2V51. bus lineROOMS
IS- -. 506 St. .i j ndepass. _ _
7571 for service. contours. lustrous chrome and
N. Main St. opposite Post Office available at Bumby Hardware. KelvlnatprDepartment.102 plastic run. oil paintings. Elecrrolux refrigerator -
LoU DISTANCE MOViNG Alls SEPTIC Grease traps InI I' phone I! FURNITURE SPECIALS Ga and I W. Church. hardware and a life time finish of silver. Radiant gas h.at.r: SEAUTIFULLAICEERONT in Ki AND APES-Ps: '

Packine. crating local tnovtvit ,TANK sewage pumped hauled; 801.BOKKEPL.of uood heaters junior room Oistening snow white d.lux enamel. etc 124 Sprtl Lake Drive in slmmee Six large rooms 2 bedrooms tel. Clermont. Fla. Rr: ,

too ath Movnl &Storage Co. staled relayed. Sanitary you arebiS- suites. 6 Chippendale mahogany dIe I IRONING BOARDS-Padded .o. See your fran.nlS Crosley dealer. Lake Sprc electric kitchen Will take to (18 weekly accommouj

115 \ : Phonejll54. Tank Co. Ph. 2-3413. P.O. Box I I' and ': big room maple dropleaf table ; $3 95. Also rigid all metal. . Walter J. WI.ox. Service and Sales lease if desired. Phone 7284. persons per room
: own records yoU will appreciate the 1 and server. Terms if desired. Jenkins Parrish Hardware. 220 S. Orange NEW FIELD nice fruit loader "
SPACE-"nd locir hauling e1931 ,61 _ wit CONCORD AVE., (15 E. Apartment. SOUTH S 712 E -2 nirr
TREE SURGERY All kinds. Of-
Bookkeeper. Bishop
\u" "Simplified Furniture Exchange. 2J9 Boone: Phone l Bricgs-Stratton motor Grand
RED BARS PAINT DuPont I furnished bedrooms: tile bath .
mercantile. I 2184.n.AI'LCO : err.
f oe or 'ei. trimmed or removed. Dangerous I I flee Equip Co 204 N. Orange Ave. Tucot. I land Frail Co. Ice UmatUIa. Fla.
I 2-3795. : .
phi .\V.i.er Park. 41 trees our Pine tree removed I j 1 l :UM-we supply and i sanisira heavy _I.d. _. CLOSE IN-Lake Eoi*. beautiful new water adult only.

.plalt.. cleared. Licensed i BABY. BAT'BH.uy white Knox FRUIT JUICERS-"Dazey." "Wear- i! IDta1 mater.l on sink tops and quality paint which will easily take "BERRY'S BROTHERS House Faint efficiency apartment. Modern WINTER PARK Sex!.

Laundry U'or'c IrvIn non. 2501 EdgewaterDr.Phone21215. two quarts of linseed to the gal- plus good workmanship assures yon kitchenette rooms smile and dour
18. bonded. J. F. Newton. 116 I Stores Co 25 E. Phone 2-3163. Ever and otr. Several styles at 01 : shower tub bath. Completely
Phone_2-1147. Pne. popular BubY Hardware. Ion. Excellent fur roof. Bomb an economical and durable paint job furniched. maid service seasonal located. Inquire Jade LaV

your "own with mod TRACTOR-SERVICE New ground BEDS-Bunk, double-.nd 'a.Inde 102 W. pr.c.St. _ _ KNOTTY PD E-P.'NEL-STOCK-6". Harnwsr102W.. Church St. .hethe you .. the three-coat or rental. 2OB E Robinson. Park.

LURY-D 60c per hour rental. cot: all complet. Al ctcul.unI 8". 10" 12": 19c sq. Smith type. two-coat system. The price 1* in 2
plowed. Lots leveled discing. Phone and f. 'RDUNOIHEATER"Pot CLOSE IN-Four rooms Seasonal. ROOMS with double r' Idouble
Ra --'s Sill-Scrrlce Laundry. 316 WWasiilnr'un. wood h..t.: Ic.box. SO ForERUb.ddlng Lumber Co No. railroad Ine .r standard quality
I 2-7283 or 2-2926. I % off for Or.ne wS- _Settled adult only. 41* Broadway. bed and cou< n K.
6924. capacity. Will sell all cheap. I'h Furniture Co.. 48 combination -cook tion Font Ir.d. IoI Standard t."thBU. Hardware. 102 privileges. Orances t-rr '
rebuilt and I i 2-1808. cash. Slaughter LMPANDFAN : D. Dept GOLFVIEW BLVD. 3424-As. opposite
UPHOLfRY-Furn.tur for esti -- West Central. Phone 7696 or 2-4H2. : hotel or nursing lu. Dubsdread Club. home. Bus to door Also -; '
Country 3
19. Services Offered I 1 BOATS Selected .ypr.ss.newfor home. offers Ph. Winter JndfCPr_ | S8r. Roebuck Co. 9613REFRIGERATORSlmmediate i nisps.e 2115 s Perch* -
2200 W. Church. Sofa. no : PAIR GENUINE SILVER FOX Furs porch
mate. Artcraft. FURNITURE $5 59-1 rooms completely furnished.
Cal only-1O ft 35. 12 14 ft. :LninItJ. I .
AWNINGS-CANOPIES For 2-0_ _ _ _ _ I 165. Also hither priced I. $5. Trailers very fine covering ; I the delivery never ,-orn Telephone 2O807BARGAINS (125 season: (100 permanent also CLOSE to bus line a>- c.
on new Crosley 7' Deluxe
\aUer.! VENETIAN BLINDS Made new. boat and luggage. Fishing eauipI 9x12: ft Crosley refrigerator: silver LUMBER-Oddlot5 Below coat in better*u..d furnluf 3 rooms dinette. 2 porches and sundeck _pleasant home Tel r ". "
curtains lt $239 95. Easy terms. Associ '
Pr" tr.un. .ne set and tray; reasonable prices. Ask Ray at Mills & mol at the beautifully furnished. (ISO season .
Opportunity Shop MASTER
.. $. Made to Lowest prc.. B.t srice. Call I ment. I sell buy or trade. Open Sun- "rnc. Neb 143 N. Orange Ave. Phone less Fh. BEDROOM e Ic
raska. ate permanent 3-2851.
phone Florida Co.. 432 'Adams. ; W. Central. I day a.m The Fix-I Shop. Phone 673 I 1051_Lncater D. Maiiand Pest Office. Walking distance. CSM: >

S. H'-1d.6. A'n Orlando.Fla.__- _ _ _ _ I: White. FUR CA TEtlrik--.lf: iVATORY-Lene- (1250; 5 ELIDING "GUdaway" HUGhEY STREET. South-3-room phone 2-O111

SERVICE and VENETIAN BLINDS Our factory sold I 7c s. ft.; DRp 3Arttt \VanUil I apartment upstairs adults only CORNER ROOMrheatrn grake.
; AL- I 'BRuc'FRc siRNevr must Real Purcell's. Winter h.e buiidmes. Box 427 S-Star.
coats go. 2300JCentucky. .
Telephone 2-0906
; tractors and power UOt. trained employes can repair any I;, barg&. P.rk Smith Co.. N. Orange and
lat Home Machinery Co.. 40 make of blinds or repaint to look like Bruce cleaner. Smyth Lumber Co N. 315 W. Church LOCK SETS $L50: up. Frnt-d LAKE DOT CR.633. Apt. 3: New matlon.

Far<.anl ; phone 2-2713. new.. Orlando Venetian Blinds Ml* Or.ne. and railroad. A br.s ham sets. (7 up; rlrd. ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR-Veter- modern. Share: prefer middleaged

__ 'mson Co.. 139 KulsI_Ave.: 8059. I I BARN (RED)-DuPont-Tufcote I FIEPCEE our Smyth Lumber Co.. N. Orange and $PfKLR- farms grove and and In need 01 refrigerator. Wiil woman references exchanged. 47-1. Rental Agencies
ALARM CLOCKS Pipe & Supoly cash '
REPMREoy I PAIN new stock Also just received shipment railroad. Co. pay and arrange deliceny.Please
MACHINES Is heavy bodied high MODERN APARTMENTS-Everything
fcii d of clock or WSHNG REPAED 630 W. Church St. Phone 6118. phone 8977.FRNITRius4.
We fix everything. Barker R.pa .. 24 hr. snlce I quality paint which will easily take I of gas room h.st.r. Bumby LUMBER= 'S- green lumberIn furnished. SttO per month. Four LANDLORDS We will = iou

SI,'"i 18 W.CentraLPh.7696. up service. C.la..1. H.re. 2213 two quarts of linseed oil to the gallon i Hardware.102 W. Church St. your ; have complete SWING MACHINE -- New Home Palms Tourist Home, 6O10 Cheney desirable tenan's free u: cc

1: Eg.a Col.geak.2-1 Excellent for metal roofv BumbyHardware. FISHING'TACKLE HeadquartersShakespeare" stock dry lumber on hand. See .s .1..rl: runs perfect: (65: solid stoves ice boxes. Hvfeway. t and obligation. Just c.ii- I

J1-O1NG ADVICE'InIormton& ,: 102 W. Church St. I and "Plues.r" reel; Smyth Lumber Co. N. Orange al:: _dining room_suite. 1223 Monta. Cal before yonsen. MARIPOSA 506-Deluxe apt. in vacancy Gardner Real F 5b
.1 ,. any kind. l MCHfE REPAI We pay "top" Seweli- cy. 109 8 Orange AvePn i 5.
Cai All '' BOATS-Row. $80 and up. Correct Tru-Temper "H do Pa" nods.Nylon. railroad. Pf, new block duplex: 2 bedroom and _
m.k. ofhc.1 arle I Thurmond Furniture .. 72 W. PineSt.
N.EAD Barton's next to Craft. Inc. Pine Castle. Florida. silk. Iloen .. lerman's'L.n LAWN SPRINKLING ss Easy: SHEET ROCK-9c a ft. Ph. C395. Dial. 4070.FyrrRE. bath upstairs only 5 block southeast WE HAVE RENTALS -- -

AID-PE STRINGINQI I Oll 2' W. Church. I payments.. Surveys m-- I of Orange and Church St : Unfurnished charge. Gardner Real E .
Jere Beery. _ _ _ T.I.phon. ::465.BUILER"SHARDWARENewce an -
I Expr le. specialize In I II I I FRUIT JUICERS Electric. (14 without obligations. Ptpe and STOVE with oil burner: box stove; $12S mo. and worth It: I South Orange.

.. MagrnderArca< rrGW. 2", 2V4" I Also hand juicers from 25c and :: SupplyCo 630 W. Church: Ph, tin sewing machine. lunl chair: long lease If desired: no transients

BULi-DOi.ER._iand SERVICE grading.- Also Clearing.Ipso I .eU"el puml I I handles Cal Mills! fc Nebraska. Knox Stores Co.. 25 E. Pine. LEAF-RAKES &v.ralto.ho_ RidKewood.STEP.folding Iron. cot; IUd.r trlk. 646 USED. h. 2-3808 relerencrs required ph. 97OO. 49. Business Rentals
2-3163 M.tb.r's
on FHA plan. C.I or write BLANKETS "Monarch." all wooJ.Retular I from. $1 and up. Knox Stores SUBURBAN miles from bean of
rake. Phone ; -
w. and palmetto French. Lnl.o. ;la. Phone I IWEL closing FLOOR POLISH Johnson, electric 25 E Pine LADDERS-477 and 6 I 90r Orlando on good highways modern AIR-CONDITIONED retml 'a
C. Phone316.
2-441'7 J. T. SI25. 11.t lion downtown vt)-. >.
Murdok. foot. Knox 25 nicely uru.shed. 3 in < ; i %
polisher. (44 50. Knox StoresCo per Stores Co. E completely
DRILLING-We are equipped full size. I ME SALT
CONCRETE SERVICE-Floors. roofs $7.95 Choi. ..Ior. I for -CiUNO -Joro-Pine. GAS- Basic Chef and Elec- bath electric kitchen available for'Ions; leases s v
E. Pine. Phone 2-3163. Pho3163. SOVE. room ana private -
I shallow and deep wells. Any W. Church SI. .."
and Thebes I .5nlnl 'o Good used con- Brass Real!j Co 19 E 1'DOWNTOWNOPFICESna i *
drl..au. steps .Its size up to 8-inch. No water no pay FLRNITCRE-,v triple .. 2524 Kuhl. SCREE?! WIRE : Most an popular entrance. Seasonal or yearly. _
workmanship SUITE: -4-plece blond maple lnut-drer I chop".n. Wyctof' dition. Ph. 7663. After 9am .
In engineering 2 or 3 adult or child of teen age. '
Nothing down. 36 months to pay. mapledresser widths. Galvanized and bronze
mirror and : =
material. Fre estimates. For Bolamy WeB Drilling and Pump Sup and double bed I Innrrspring 62** E. Concord.mattress and bed. mahogany tabl. MOVIE PROJECTOR E.stman40 screen wire. Knox Stores Co.. 25 E. GAS STOVE for small t.th.n Call Mrs. W. C. Leonardy. Wlndermen. floor. Ideal for Insurance r isl.'S
kinds call 6780 springs watt. 8 mm.
Conor te work ply. Route 3. Winter Garden 7.BLANKETS. chairs and other items we buy and 'Cr Pine. Phone 2-3163. winter Park after 2 week- Fla. representative Ph 4307.
I Apt
or I' O. Buchanan- Concrete CO. Orlando. Fla Phone 7037. I II cell: Oate.ay Euh.nee.: 12.5 0rasgeAve Inform.tlDMAN'S BOAT-l4-ft. Dundee. Corn- da, .f.r 10 a.l today464wMETAL WINDERMERE-Furnished am Beautiful STORE-In new Have but;-1 b-a
CONTRACT BUILDING-New homescommercial OVERCOAT: -Imported wool lakefront surroundings all John Hage. Farrasaore and
7c Winter Park. FILE drawers
I WHY PAY 20 your with 33t5 Evlnrude. electric CAfE"3-or4
building; any kind. T : ; : I I '-With exclusive size 39 short stout (50. 55 Orange pl.te with locks ; Bos utilities paid. Boating fishing etc. .
built or Put FURNITURE CLOSEOUTS Ward- starter. All accessories. end trailer. cond.ton
jdet :, temperaire control. Waiter .o
F. FuUard.! 133 E. Concord; 2-4032. Slumber Place. street northof Ph. 3-1712 Wilsons Winder-
job and let the 1 1I Perfect condition. Will 400 5-Sta or see at
{! on J. Wllcox. and Sales Since I robes. metal utUity .t Singersewing underpass .cr.fle. No -
CLEANING AND PRESSING Cash I 20 nat uPrl.nc. For estimate 1936. Servij Jor Your Money m.ehme. for chairs reasonable offer r.fud S.e Albert OU? GOLD-We pa highest prices mere. Fla WAREHOUSE OR STORAGE 6psca.

and carry prices will save youoney I c.1 bu.ld.r. 212i Always."Te E.MOt Robjnson. Whitmire Pu 3 W. Church MEN'S'SL'S of pa.nPI.e Nt .to. Lake Foinsett Rd. for diamonds. gold watches.Mol'en WEST KNOLL COURT-2403 W. Convenient accessible Icra' -r. i h

Bring us your clothes Suprl' .; REMODEL OR REPAIR your home: FURNITURE. NEW AND Cocoa. jewelry teeth silverware.stfrkmand.Sons. Church. New efficiency apts. Utilities paved street and rallrnart !ron'.e
214 Boone i USEDUsd ers radios unred med. Big values; 139 N. best and linens furnished.I with private track 10 noo m \
C.an.r I we design to your satisfaction; Ph. burner STORAGE TANK-18.900 gal. approximately Ornle.
BOAT-And trailer. New mahogany
.foren. 01 bit Mac Koy's Pawn Aonlts. $125 for 1 available. Building baa sp.-.r.Kier<*
month :
-New I 5026 after 5pm. Mr. Hughey. .vlnu. ShO. 10x33 season
and living long. Immediate do- and
CNTRACTOR-nCbtdr. outboard. 13' ft. long. 1 Quick OFFICE MACHINES furniture.Get .
I I runabout M..I" USd
2 406 W Church St
We _ _ flt10 per month. tern and very low inturar :ai: t
budtc. ', At a 130 Pase Ave. room suites. See them and buy th.m' Iv.r. Scoring Utilities Commission. our prle.s. Check with George _
a first-class cabinetshop 31. Good Things to Eat _balaln I dinetesuites. open stock HETALPILE CASTE 3 or 4 di.f Sebrmg.. Florida.SHOT Stuart. S Main St. Ph. 8158. 2 BEDROOMS: private entrance: Robert R Tyre Realtor. 1. W Waumelon.

Austin A Greer. 2309 N. Or- I I BEDROOM SUE T.ln beds: box I tables.. h.'r in m.pl. or "hit.bufet.N. with locks: In good GUN' -Remington automaticT2 1 utilities share electric kitchen. 6174.

apse >horK33115pr2O681.CONCRETE KING FRUIT CO. Delicious tree I springs: mattresses I -Scatter rugs. 27x48" choice of 400 S-ta. barrels. A-I condition. Four Palms OR. 1 bath in private home3 mo*, for

WORK:Driveway at.p..aka I ripened citrus fruit fit for a King I baby bed: maple o'iffet: drop leaf colors. $1 while they lt.ay fo' NAILS AND SCEEN-wnU;=All Tourist Home. 'heney Highway. NGE and-.rpfrlt- S15O. 1 child: possibility of entire 600 8Q. FT. Suitable ' .

floors septic t.nk.Lc.nG. from my own King Groves. We ship I tableejectric: heale-i. 1329- 19th St. lamps with 19-inch ash.bl Garbage ... U. _610 3-1226.maket house after April 1; 2027 W. Pin or small wholesale bui: < A" y

Southern For C 1 only select hand picked fruit.I Guaranteed BENCH SAW-Jic saw and wood plastic shade. FurcelT 301 W. |: barrows garden hose and tool 8-TA"K-" New. 5.400 gallon ea St. 1217', N Orange_Ase Pr"-

bnded 8'il 2-220 for I d..r in good order. 15% lathe etc. with '-. hors motor: Church St. i' Clearance ..Ic._ 222 W. C.ntrl Hdw. diam. x 19 ft. long. WE BUY used furniture Call us b 5-ROOM NEW modern well furnished APPROXIMATELY sq ft ,, g
discount bushels. Also. good condition; 2 2' <>"x6' 6" doors; "i" plate. und.r.rter .ppro.d. i fore selling. Orlando Furniture
on or more
FLOORS etc I : apartment Excellent beat. (70O trial : suitable for si.ni ns-m
CONCRETE OVENS oil stoves Stock Includes
: rRNITRE-Jusrr.ved-lnoleum openings to FOB Beres- No. 2 store 615 W. Church phone
i nice oranges for home use. 90c a 2 large glass doors; 2 small doors: I
and finish season Phone 77O8.APT. or store. 211 VI. Central
pour Al lov.t one and Bomb ford. Florida .
driveways walks and steps. For ,I bushel and grapefruit 65c a bushel. 3 large windows. 1 standard size sofa Nationally t.ohur.W. typ.. The Olsen Corr.ton.phon. 2-4883.- _ _ _
prl.estlate b.d. advr".d H.rd.ar. DeLand 88. 3 room furnished adults.
call 2-025& Dunham I Free tangerines to customers. 1401 I complete with frames; sash weights. Spring-Air box springs -- WE PAY (25 for your old drop head ; 50. Wanted to Rent
i W. Washington St. 2 used lavatories; 1 bath tub;: OIL CIRCULATING HEATERS-Carload re- Singer sewing machine regardlessof Season or year lease. Call Winter
cieteJCo. _ _ Moore Furniture Co.. :30'i iEdKewater -'AC-HINES.tor Park 464W. after 2pm. all week.
2 kitchen sinks: 1 red jacket of Monogram circulating
condition Phone I
; and col I II with motor Dr _ _ _ just arrived 01 while age or 3-234. APT. OR HOUSE-Another Staff Announcer -
CONCRIn WOR-Plam I shallow well pump ; h..ter yours and console. AI Wiggins: 6247. i SMALL APARTMENT to rent no
flag- : chest of drawers FLOOR COVERING-Congo-wall 50c they last. Bumby Hardware. 102 W WILL BUY. remove or saw your needs 2 bedrooms apt or
B.utlw kitchen cabinet: ; children. 1920 South Orange Blossom
ore MARTTE-S FRUIT STORE will ship SWEATERS-Entire st trees Call Building and house. 2 children 4 and 21
steps outdoor tire- I of used electrical material I per lineal printed linoleum Church. k-m"o pine King ages sn. T
plat it. dn.w.y. stones.Nldy I I Gift Boxes of tree ripened fruit for j I'Qu.ntlt Standard. Station. cornerHighway 98c so. yard lot . At Gliddeos j I II Many styles. PIes Lumber Company: telephone 7267. Trail months. Near bus line. Lin. *Gi

.ea.a. st.PP'n 469.iTEI I you. All fresh picked and hand I OIL cKsTo-vES2 and 3 burners Prc.U's. 315 St. | HlGHEST"MARKET FIVE ROOM First floor apartment Phone 9900.APARTMENT. _
.Ev.n. Witer Place your order now. 101''I J7-92andLongwoodRd. I FRUIT SHIPPING BASKETS Bushel i : and stove h PRICSp.idfror.nln with two bedrooms Located on
find the right ma : and bushel See at the EHOTGPartnhi i.d. dou- and 2 adu! t and 15-
; Blossom Trail phone 3-2868 EDRMSUrI2)( chairs rugs; half .z.s. pipes. Blankets. Economy Furniture. business corner where home and office
& your .mal jobs. I ; Frigidaire. l Feed Store. 300 West Rob.non Telephone 333 W. Church- 921.OVENS"ToPfth.tow" : Wbl. 3-1226. couid be combined Price furnished month-old baby. (5O limi; box j.i

cry o\rr 10 tools. A. Ne.cmb 1- 614 Lake Dot Circle. _ _ 563. '' : A.nu. : including utilities $2OO per S-Star. _ _____
- oven't SHOTGUN-Practically new 12 gauge 35. Fuel Oil and Wood month. Call O'Harra Moore, Realtors APT. BY OHS teacher a; I a muuier
W A" -Hard as oncr.te.-clu 'met 2-burne. 25 Remington automatic. Modified 109 E Pine. 2-2380 Mrs. Campbell. Ph. 2-71 I ;i.
I I fruit. SI 50 bu. orances BABY good condition; oven gauce. Stores Co E __
j.i STOLR choke. Leather Inspect at 3515DubsdreadCircleor OIL Have tanks filled
while rock surface inexpensive tangerines. $1.00. grapefruit. 5Oc; b.s 2-47. j FURNITURE FOR SALE-5-piece bedroom Pine Prone_2-3163. case. FUE your NEW COMPLETELY furnished apt.: HOUSE or 1st floor apt --2 t>r ..mt- :

i'- : for free estimates. Lee. I I kets. 55c. 1722 Virginia Dr.. : blocks suite with b"r spring and OIL-CANS.-Galvani/ed with" screw ph 2-4371- now. Telephone Or atcta 8021 or 4 rooms and bath: 2 bedrooms very adult couple no pets. Ca.i Z--_..3
Winter McGisw Fuel Oi-
Pb 2-0:" 1DRGUE |I eaat_of Ferncreek. BOAT-Outboard type; good condition I new Innerspring m.ttres bargain l cap. (1 95. Knox Stores Co.. 25 STEP-ON -CANs-WWte enameled. Service. desirable excellent close-in location for Box_410 8-Star.

and clam-shell services. I TURKEYS-All sizes. Hickory smoked I' 150; also steel wheelbarrow $5. 506Marlposa I $100: Progress m.tal Ice box i E Pme. Phone 23163.FRmrRI1 scvra to .hO from (1 95 and !, adults to June 1st. $800 Ph 5543. HOUSE OR APT.-2 berlrp, m*. by
and clay for Jarco $39 50: good upright piano and bench. I Co.. 25 E. Pine j FIREWOOD-For sale. Get it whileit
sle. ready to serve. C. D. Wilder. Inter- S.C _ _ _ _ OLD Chippendale ma Phone Storl. NEW THREE-ROOM duplex apt. Modern local business man: permanent resident. -
Corp. Box 3468. Orlando. Fis Ph. I laken Rd. Cal.le913. I $125; 2-plece overstuffed living room lasts. For particulars and prices Box 411. S-Star.
W141or _ _ _ TNG HEATRSun I suite. 149.5: secretary desk. $65: suite table Remintston -Noiseless call b947.WODLnl. furnished for rent by the
2130.vi THE'SAME LEON-'or 28 45x54" with 4 additional extensions TPEWRIR. week month or season Reasonable
years in Orlando fu.1 al. bed with innerspring : HOUSE OR APT -Staff At: n -I
rlCALuAPPANC Repaired I packing and shipping finest i: rooms. Can be today at 1009 ;i mattress. $27 50: table model battery large sideboard: China cabinet' serving -Curch. Room 5. slab. (2 a load. 12" Also nice large sleeping rooms We at WHOO needs 2-bed rcc'-u.a. j

Johnson 1 citrus fruit to any part of United Chichester. radio. $35. dining room suite table and 8 CbpPndal. chairs lRlLR- '.-toottilty All-steel .od. a strand delivered. have orange juice and ndmg horses or fully furnished apart me: -

JL'.rlc Co.. 23 E. Church. Phone States and Canada. See Leon fori CARPET 5WEEPERS-"Wagner" and 9plec; double door ward excellent conditon. White.Leesburg. bY. Good . cost (4 50. O. H Spahler. Box 116 T.t. free for our guests. Inquire at 1401W. 2 children ages 5 and 6 P aai.'i.l
511; i your gift package for perfection. 50 I i I "Bissell" carpet sweepers. $7 45 and ban.l.. 132.5 1: electric heater. (7.50; . IZ5. For quick sale. (.; Inquire Fla.W000Stose. Washington. resident Phone 9900HOUSE.uniurnlsbed

m'RIN SERVICE-On- i' West Central Avenue:_phone 4232. I up. Knox Stores Co.. 25 E. Pine. good wood h..ter from $1; 'MOTORS-Neptune. Spe Church. and fireplace. U and 3 bedrooms. For

Hoover P.r.I' WE SHIP tree-ripened fruit anywhexa Phone 2-3163. electric meat slicing machine like OTBOARD llj-h p (49 95. 2-b.p. TERMITE SHIELD-Pier caps: eave UP; strands special pnce. Cash and 46. Houses for Kent I permanent residents. cai J A.

For modern upkeep service )I in the U. S. A.. the same day I 1 CLARINET Buffet Boehm System. new 95. Sewell Thurmond Furniture 7995. 3'i-hp. $10995. 2 demonstrator strip. Already made up. SmithLumber carry. 1401 W. Washington. Pb. 726'. Ferguson 9752.GENTLEMAN .

only authorized Hoover service sta- Is picked. Direct from my grove i, Bohlmann 2201 Co.. 7 W. Pine St. Phone 4070. at ', list price. Wyekoff's Co.. N Orngc and railroad. King Fruit Co. BUTLER DR. off Kohl 1 block East: ii
high pitch. E. F. wants hcatrr. :: 1135
ttn. Bumby Hdw 6104 or 2-155._ I consumer. Block's. 18 W. Church St.. Kuhl. WOODOak and pine any length modern furnished 4 room house: '
I ConwayRd. _ _ _ Hd. ; 'AYRTOT" STROLLER-Genu- accommodate 3 adult H Kruman.COLONIALTOWN private home: with mea' -- 1
RAZOR SERVICE ph S39O Slab wood. (4 strand delivered. Ph.
tiC"IC Immediate de- OUTDOOR GRIlirpl.c. Tot (9 95. Knox Walking distance: state -.'- < tof ,-,)
Remington and Sunbeam.Ilew RIPE erbonesrlbrom the CASHREGITE and Ohmers. FUR COAT-North Hollander musk- fireplace natp. H..tal.tora. Coe Stores Co.. 25 E Pine. Phone 23163THERMOMETER'S 2-n47. 5-room duplex references Box 379 S .s t-
parts.4 razors in stock See l.ery Like JOO. Telephone new. tile bath garage. laundry.
Allen to Mills Nebraska. A WELL-HEATFD egives you .
tr.5. rebuilt. Florida Cash r.t nw. -Deep fmn. can SEMI-RETTRED COUPLE n.)
n. San Juan Pharmacy. 5169. N. R.11 well luroivhed. Adults. Lease. 5150mo
M9l.! | Grove. Lake Und.rhW. Ph 764. ter. 220 S. Main: 8850 PAINT and of all kinds. dy making utility wall. etc. Bumby that comfortable warm contented wishes to rent in vlrinif. at Ojn-

FLOOR SANDING, AND FINISHING I bookcases- I FURNITURE-Twin bed. blond. solid ,: nmle Mills & H'ld"are. 102 W Church feeling. Orlando Fuel 011 Co.. Inc Ph 7208 do for the months of Fcc .a; and

Modern equipment; portable power 32. Articles for Rent I CABfE:DOffes. oak bedroom .ul& Estate iteatnolawith Nebraska. Ph. 5115 or 2-1430 DUPLEX on lake. 2 bedrooms large March modern apartmei,' r- .is-
unit 1935. I tyPs to your _ TILE YOUR bath and kitchen in rustproof -
E.ble Skied I' machine. living room electric kitchen, completely low. Minimum requires"bIt.*
Stevens Conway Rd. at Bumby.CIRCULATING ._ tan PORTABLE O\'ENSl and 2 burner. aluminum P.rm.tn. free furnished with beat and litllItles
For BULLDOZER with palmetto rake and I Poultry Ranch. Apopka 1217 37. Fertilizers and Soils room. living room kltchrnr r Data,
Central ,
facing. Co. Phone 62 disc. Hourly or contract. Free HEATER Enamel : 2681. __ _ ToP.-te-Stove. Orange.H. P.r .stmat.. Pul forld.. S.le. $150_month._Ph. 9931. plus place to keep a car W Rev ">*;

FUEL -iinAUom.tc furnac. I estimate Phone 2-4257. 1 finish. Wood or coal Nice condi FLOOR RUNNER-Like rubber lie ;ianaeandral Had.are. 5 Pble COLD SMOKE-Use It In your tar- FOSSETT ST. 2206 S. off Bumby: 48 Sunset Drive Hemp-'cOd. New

DRAGLINE-New *i yd. Jarco Corp. I tion.$257l0 Edgewater Dr I lin. ft. Smyth Lumber Co.. N. Or- 2-184. VENETIAN BIDS -. The best cost den for healthier growth asd pest furnished S room house: gas refrigerator York.
Ph. Lyndall Crura Heating Service. aluminum no more 919 West Central control. Listen to our broadcast over
Box 3468. Orlando. Fla. Pb. LTF.HAMPERSAU .__ i iFURNNITURE PUMPING'rPorablan'sta and stove: by owner.
3-14 i Avenue. Orlando. Our telephone
2ln and WHOO Sunday morning 7.45. 608
or y.Uo. 51. Houses for Sale
2-1302 Bumby Hardware. 102 W. Church St.LK New and used. pay1 Pipe A Supply Co.. 630 W. Church; number is 9558. Brookhaven Dr. 6314.DAIRYFZRTILIZER. FURNISHED home for rent complete
FURNITURE NIHm-uph0- FLOOR SANDER AND EDGER; also cash and save 10 to 25 per renton dial I i with maid service etc. Kitchen.
VENETIAN BLINDS Aluminum stock
Paul's cabinet sander and floor polisher. ELECTRIC "Telechron." your purchase Bass Furniture Co.. {i 618. I' WANTED I dinette bath bedroom sleeping porch I II

Wa*!rmtrm St. Dial 2-16. Wyctof'. Hd... 2524 KohL 2-2821. i iFLociRSAN'DES 1 Electric" and "Westclox." 62 w._Church St. Phone 0. PIPE-Johns-Manville transite for blinds. 7 through 36" widths. 37cper Dried in large or small quantities with double bed. living room with
natural styles. Johnson Electric Co.. 23 : j i underground water mains. Fa sq. ft factory. Orlando V.ne Write or phone Mert Austin. Senti I Hollywood bed $5O per week. Rock ALTAMONTE SPRINGS-
Al '
FURllTIRE'R INISHE New American FURNACE Oil burning. Church tian Blind Mfg. Co1739 Kohl Ave.
Pipe Supply. 630 W. :
. Clor. today de Reasonable Church. Phone 5186. T.rmC'atatcaly & 611. nel-Star. Lake Cottage .phone 5835.

liveru. .orrow. Pck St.ar Gayle C. R. Burke. 1805 S. Bumby. 'r.t. CKING-uENSIS-Pot*. P.n. controlled.Complete Fored unit.and PAINT-Large stock-Of-Outsl" 8059. l FILL and good rich top soil. For full WINTER PARK on beautiful Lake 4-room home; lot SOs Sn PrIce

Ph :.'1 at closeout ducts. crculation. 116 and floor and desk flat .U. measure and quick delivery, dial I Maitland. Furnished house for sea- >I (2.500 rash.
FLOOR SANDI GFihme. Special. Orlando Oxygen Service.- 12 chalrg. prices. Knox Stores Co.. ; E Pine. ask for 191 o"raton. C.I ao. H. H. Parrish Hardware 220 BLINDS 2-4053. I[ son. 2 bedrooms. 2 baths attic pre 4-Room home Furnished t'i
500. terms.
..Peotra s.1 te.tmenL 23yTg. llna Ct. Ph. 2-1287. night 9611.TYPRITAU .C.ro Phone 2383.CHEVRLE1946. _ FIREPLACE FURNISHINGS- M'T- Orn.e. Phone- 2184.rWER \E" FILL DIRT and clay. One or more ferred. References required. VaIl Mrs. I II Lake view-.-4-bedreora hnm- Grova

experience. ', ton panel LAWN MOWEE.hp I i' loads full measure. Call 6464 days I Jackson. _2-4551. _ _
o.r makes also add pre-mventory discount Solid brass I Any size. Three day delivery. Made (20.000. terms.HUClEtONEAL..
Work guaranteed. LceDd Prompt week or month. co condition. andirons fire sets screens etc. Knox A few rrelnd. S. at 9941_nighla. 1 MODERN 3 bedroom bouse season REALTor us

service.JC It. Bke. 81._ Office Equipment Exchange Smith- Lowjnlleag Ph. Stores C 2SJI.J Pin. Phone 2-3163. Knox Stores Co.. 25 E. Pine-:-316. CHARLES. IR02 Edn.atu Drive. PEAT-Top soil and fill dirt White I only. 429 Key Ave.. Eustis Flort- E. Robinson Ave : dial 4..

Ol Lrn.i- AND DOWNSPOUTS in- Corona Agents. 220 8. Main St.: 8850. CAULKING COMPOUND-Crack-- In- fine PAINT HOUSEI)-Berry's Brothers Phone 2-0455. beach sand Delivered H. A. Bray. i da. Phone 177 Red. tamonte Office. Homer S".i- ... .5

Also sheet meta work of Special er; putty: white lead; p.lnter aUI FRIGIAIEcubcf.at 730 W. plus good workmanship assures you I Lockhart. Fla.. phone C 0 U UIy. 1 FUR-BEDROOM furnished house'until I alec; Winter Park (-8J94.ADATR .

an.ntllators, hoods. TPEWRIEL- rates. pl. Smith Lumber Co.. N. Orange cODdlton.. b. sen I an economical and durable paint job 33-R-12. I May 1. $150 month. See owner
eli\ P :. Winter Park. 4O9 day Or- I whether the or
c : Check with George S. railroad GAS-RANGE None Excellent con you use thne-ot The is VENETIAN BLINDS manufactured |I II TOP SOIL-Very good top soil; 7.50 ; Sat. or Sunday at 1400 Fla. Ave.. StI
isn1.)77< night. MetalC Stuat 1 the two-coat price
1 ""W Dnac.n. : Park. I Main_St phone 8158. _ _ COWBOY. RANCH SUPPLIES-"Tex- dition. Also-gas space heater. Reasonably in line with sstem. quality paintsBumby 1739 Kuhl Ave. See us about BestI I load. Fill dirt and clay. Please I I Cloud. Fla PARK-(1,500 c5xy'sej

Wmt.. I TOOL RENTAL -Paint sprayers; ..kUI Tan" saddles. King woven hair pricrfl.: Ph. 3-2109. Hardware.102W.Ith.r Church.PLUMEINGSUPPLIESToilets. I Alum. basswood or cedar blinds. Factory phone 5838. 3 BEDROOM FURNISHED bousewith yon into this new tram
UO-via SERVICES- caddie pads. bridles, halters reins price or Installed. Call 8059. Or- til bath breri' >
.nr&-riar saws; bench-Sams; power mowers: "COLEMAN'r. i TREETOP SOIL for your own. Apply new fria-idaire and new gas house. Full a
xooiinr. new flooring equipment concrete mixer bits. etc. Full line leather goods. GSLXE GE"HINE la; laadoVenetianBlindMfg.Co. to 60O West Princeton Avenue. stove in Lake Mann section: see Mrs.L. attached garage. Excellcr- I

wh-r_ Ph. 3-1911.Dowswell. and misc. Young Rental. 100 "Nocona" and "Acme" boots H BarC : stoves. Also I tories. tubs. sinks sbo.er. w wringer: > E. Strickland: turn South at hood Stew kitchen equreluded. -<
- I Tol 1 and urner Knox StoresCo H fJi" 1"iTor
KO1 W and others. ; pipe. terra cotta .Ipe. galvanizedpipe Winter Garden (10.000. Call N I
A by Star W. Washington. Ranch..ar Prc.U'L 25 E Pine 2-3163. equipped 38. Plants Flowers and Seeds WORE radio tower on -
p.u- S.y 315 W. Church St _ _ I and fittings. us for your with f amour Thor triple-duty electric Rd.. come out Lake Drive to H. F. Boland. Rcaltac. Car:.-u 01
KPT ,, e.an reasonable U-HAL"r Rental trailers. All gallon GIFTS FOR THE plumbing needs. We have in stock Lake Mann. 2nd house on left. < 672 1!. Ormnfe2-455I
meto..n for CREM-SEPARATOR-25 per HOM&las..ae.I rinse; 9 lb. capacity. high speed nan i AMARYLLS BULBS 'Planting stock __ _
lizs. every purpose.Efficient aluminum etc. anything in the plumbing -
.r- fre. Hou Wash- I hour size pi. lne. clogging motor driven pump: runs BZYZRLY Wa 1
lease SHORES
S of ROOM ROUSE-(75 mo. year -
Pnone : and courteous s.nlce. Fairbanks Fair Store. 10 W. Church St. Scruggs Bros. Supply Co.. 107 citrus trees Cehpa. coma out |
t I BumbyHardare. 102 W. Church St only when ired. S129 SO. '
__ Trailer Service. and 3-2203 Price business W. J. Santster 2802 South basis. 2 month in advance: move to offer this better-bu
HOI -.t d WASHED Screens and I ClaySl Winter Park;F.lrban.. CAMERAS-We-buy..-. GOLF CLUBS New set ofmatched Pine Walter J. Wilcox Service and Salessince : Fern Creek. m. owner Morgan. 53 W. Church St your onslderatlon Thfrr ,

.in. .wv Look like paint Jons. I all of .eltrdand Gene Sarazen: irons and I PIANOS-Give the finest. The.Mason 1936. 61 E Robinson across rooms. 2 baths large rd.
OTHE-WORK-YOtREL.! Rent rep.1 kids woods with bag. A Hamlm. Joseph 736 Magnolia from Post AZALEAS--Bboomine size S for $1. 5-ROOM BUNGALOW Furnished. '
Trfmate work 21 1
lu.rnt.a. of and photo fin Excel.nt Bale. Offce. 1 rental. heating system Phone
ful ---- -- Ml. Vernon off Electric kitchen. Seasonal
Christ-I I Oaks Nursery
C' Air r costs very little. Smyth Lumber Camera tpt. at City Lnn. or I.f. 5. WATER TANK-2.5 cUon.. heavy Bumby between E. Colonial and Winter Park 2-2821.
IK. its cleaned. Jewelry Co.. and ,I PYREX WARE-Pvrex ovenware Including avatl- Orwin Manor otli-t -
wA8w N Orange and Railroad. & nie .ae. compresr Robinson .d-
2 b
S' L .al! free. I COWBOY BOOTS-Tan Nocona. sire11'i GL CLUBS-Complete matched Iradu.tml mixing cups. als 8 inch turbine and high Orange Ave.
will sen. Owner
An .afl!l house In Orange County Like st MacGregor Irons and woods. I Open stock or in gift boxes Bumby lift pumps complete. Suitable for AZALEAS-Potted or In corsages. room home or
B. new. Telephone
w" ( 33. Articles for Sale 71.csREIrRN.UonLxrl Purchased several months ago. New .. 102 W Church St. private or public u. All pr.ctr.l-I I Phone Azalea Shop at Casselberry. Telephone Winter Park 543 J.
P 2-21 WIU.m.Ml. Ii I : Dupont bav. Very ruonabl. Inspectat : lava I'Iy new. Thos. F. Kenney. i I 2-2221. SEASONAL LEASE-One of Orlando's CLOSE INDo -

R REULvE m.d.i ASBESTOS ROOF SHINGLES-Gray or 'I PLUMBLa5UPPUE5Tolets. soil until Cocoa Beach BLOOMING PLANTS-Primroses, violets most attractive and best furnished
hex White siding for Information. 351 Cce Ph' tor. tubs .Ik. .ho..r. SDday. .rl. . . .. .
I .sbsto. .hncle. I pansies poinsettias. azaleas. homes Near Country Club Lane living like to live near
lar . a-s Mirror Wks. 5249. | Available -- pipe terra pipe galvanizedPipe _ _ you
6i'il I at Mt. & -FREEZE-l cu. ft; mo. GAS RANGE Apt. -Butane and fittings. Can us for your i WASHING MACHINE "Conlon" Peggy Jo's Garden. 2319 N. Orange.Ph I 1 room library. 4 bedrooms. 2 'arge and church? Within s u -

.B CE REAIREr j ACCORDIANS. Cornet. trumpet I : Guld 2-323. 'pjg. Gas). Telephone 8435 for Information. 'I plumbing needs. We have In stock i wringer type. (139 95. Knox Stores 2-1727. I tiled baths enclosed sun porcl. attached '- tance. we nave a vef'
err e cu.rat trombone. Brethart mouthpieces: line. | maids apartment and ga- j bungalow oa large lot B 'I -
anything In the Co 25 E. Pine. Phone 2-3163. CAMELLIAS-Florida grown: stand
_ plumblni
O- 11 S: Main St.. phone drum. Music Shoppe. 18Macrudet -- rage Perfect home for season. (2250.By .
with large
; uar. 1 S musi GARBAGE up. AU Scrngi-i Bros. Supp!" W. WATER IIKATERS-Fiectrlc. ( to i ard and rare varieties: will sell I appointment Jim M. Caldwell 'I

.d. Ph 56. DEEP WEAl galvanized.CANS12and Hard I Pine: 3-2203. 63 gaL; round 40 gal. table top you 1 or 100 at wholesale prices: 10 and Immediate occuparr
PI.,No with Asher Peter Realtor U 8.-
TUNING and repairing. Qual- terested in offer around"It's IIRASWW
days only: FuIton'aNurserJamaJoCAMEWASBelgian
ware. 220 S. Orange Ave. Phone Westlnghonse. Gas. city and bottle. ; Main: 2-0786
"i- -i Tkmansrup at r.sn.ble sizes. Pumps of an types numb WATER SYSTEMS. 20 and 30 gaL Walter J. Wilcox. Service azaleas. Shrubs "
p: v Fully 53OO.At 2184.RDEnCO3 PUMP. WELLS will her house with 0. FREDRIf }<, : ciOrance
fixtures and AU WIDOW share
cara& C.I 36
APL"C Instal.Uln. down payment. and Sales Since 1936. Most home. MusselwhiteNurseries.
HP. i to beautify your
: .ated "Plant "Te I
Stre servFAlNT work cuaantepd. 36 to pay. I William Oakley. 59 for Your Money Always." Rob- HE. Princeton. | se'tled b-sinr woman Share expenses Ave. Dial $1811
I. Eat Point ranges from 1189.' LIBBY FREEMAN. ill : also 14 pa. E only. Call 7242 before 12 orI

ESTntATES. .Color suggest immediate delivery. Space h.atea ap I Church I Street. Telephone Wet. H P. "Planter Jr." with cultivator. N. Garland; 6332. i I j GIANT PANSY Ruffled petunias. I after 8pm Great to Live In O:.: .
Extra parts: 6'z ,Irch plow set of R WELLS and .rnsation 35c per dog. Other annuals. 15c
all sU
< Reliable aizes; Savage spinner : : 2 furnished
rooms ;
ded l-vh! 6001. pantr ncmen-. table top 30 sal water heaters; citygao discs Bumby Hardware. 102 W. ; Plp pumps engines. per do,. Turn north at E. Colonial adults only no pets. $35 month.
k h St. i & Co. 6la W. Church Fern Creek to Canton St east 2
I iI { on
electric Cur
Gas Bill Kinc. I rd..nt he.ter; be.ter DIAMOND RING blue 6001 Old Apopka Rd. i CASBKLBCRRY-Attractive h-- c I r
P..IISG. PtU. i portable ironers: radios all sues; 20 white "a carat. 6 Ldy'a set. I POWER rSITS-GM Diesel. Chrysler. dial 611.'WASHDG blocks. 1913. Harper's Nursery young couple. 2 bedroorr ,aje-
5059 dwele Allls Chalmers and Wisconsin .
Re 1729 repir. gal. city gas water beaters: water piee HAT.tnl .1] Florence. MACHINE Maytag de ORANGE. Grapefruit. Lemon. Lime' 47. Rooms for Rent front costciexa Mack. Close .-
i' f i ISO HP.
and 1 to
C.I 24f.DiSi parts.
coolers electric roasters; coffee makcr5 burner increases S."lc new At cost. Telephone tangelo. kumquat. persimmons. way and stores. Complete r

PALS;lisa and decorating. Intertolai ; 66" 1.le. s&e sink andcsbtnets. SUr-y-.rcRk.r. beating efficiency 10.. Por Home Machinery Co.. 430 W 1 2-2749 for information pear fig pecan tree grapes shade I ANDERSON ST 318-Z rooms and trIg "stove, refrigerator ho-: vi-

-xterior. Jnn as yon want it c.ll enamel finish out Robinson.PUMPSAU you :i trm. shrubbery Mill to Nebraska well furnished: In- heater aad oil circulating S-o.r
I sleeping porch:
Ouarai"tl satisfaction reasonable ORLANDO APPLIANCE CO. 210 Amelia 2 to 6 pm. .d. easily cleaned. Cant discolor. I I WATR COlDrOsERS- then 1 mileeast_ toPoprsNnrsery. 1 nerspring mattress: heater. Miss liatI Beautiful live oak trees. A ret. cat

P ,3536. North Orange Avenue. Phone 4537 DISHES 32-Ptec cetx. S8 95 up;- Outer doors open for quick radiant met clears rusty water. For details DECEMBER STECIALS-Fruit trees. I tie Sandy.I (*.5f* Sea Rlbbard Ca'rbeerv

P.Iald: or out Our cm S3-pieee seta. $16 9 up. F.1 Store. heat. Accurate nOD-loc.lng burner I I see Cohoon Machinery Co.. 138 peaches plum, and pears also jac- Brater. Winter Park; 2-2221.
BROADWAY. 816 Single. Brfcbt
patch- 10 W. CtisrchSt.DRINKING control. One pi. all welded steel I South W'I 525 S.
plt" | aranda Lak Berry Nursery.
fr "r and discount on 13 FOUNTAIN Kehrlnator. body $59 SO. Walter types of Demlnc water innerspnngs. Bus. Convenleajt to
rfnltn Lakemont. Winter Park.
a. "' structural rp.lr Se.ar: A.UNITIO-l0.. gauge sh.U. Her automatic thermostat. Bumby I J. Wilcox. Service & Sales since ,! systems for farm and home. No WATER SYSTMSomptte5k'or bath Hot water._Resas-naWe._ COLLEGE PARK-

ft :lu-ensed mans Loan Otfice. 27 102 W Church H.od I 1936. 61 E Robinson Ave. i down payment. M months to pay Ex- CHENEY PLACE. 28--Large comfortable
I bnded I
U 2-1493 cnta' ..l._ pert Farm Machinery Machinery Co 43OW RoblnoD Ave. 39. Livestock and Supplies 1
I Sireet.________ >________________ __ | DUPOXT TUFCOTE Red B.r Paint I j &rn. &Ho. PUMPS. Sys'ems" room close te> town. Large 5-roosB bungalow panlsbed -- u --
i. '.,0 OR PAPERHANGING. ASBESTOS SHGL12'c SQ ft. an extra heavy bodied high quality I-: I HEATER-Larse circulating oil; can Co.. 430 W. Rbluon i WE- Easy w.tt Fla. .< GOATS French Alpine bred: 1 gives person. Ph. 2-3203. | On baa line : a-

w .adly recommend con- hiie they I _at 333 \ah.ntn St. PP when fresh Isaac- and Princeton School Pr r I
rl.bl lt. Lwber Co.. paint which will easily two Supply Co. R3O W Church: egss Leonard
trs who will witS I.1 K. Orange . quarts of linseed to tae HEATERS-City gas. .Ie'tf and circulating & 118 II i iI son. Eden Park Lockhart. CLOSE IN. 200 Hillcrest; 3-2964. with furnitare. Special ter"It's -
ei, .- -15 on your painting or paper- .n. I Excellent for 01 BumbiHardware. oil heaters outside tack I PUMPS-Shanow well plunger type I WATER HEATR We have just Par-Timothy. (1750

haL problems. Dealers I qual AOMnCWUIRHTi and- 102W. rol. in several .iS. Knox Stores Co.. and jet type. Also deep well jets. .hlpmet of table I HAY(40- ton SanTa Ranch.per bale.Feel CHURCH ST.. 431 E.-Soper esfan. 0. FRSVRICK. lc N09an.
i \' :l. I. Knox Stores .. 25 E. 2Ejine. Phone Bumby Hardware. 102 W. Church St. toP. glass heed water heaters. Alsoupright newly decorated large let .. Aco. Dial 8185.
40 gallon. DEWALT POWER Park :-316 Ave.. Conway Ph. 2-2324. room
P-> ( ne_316. A few table top electric. 30 and 35 planers. SAWSAl, Loxao, HEA I POP CORN POPPERS-Long handle. heaters up to 80 gallons. :I floor front: private entrance; fine
TRErzIyl.a 6 102 W. Church for cattle.nous .
Bamby WILL FAY highest price
Pi! .i. 'Paperhangeri Your worlcdlateiy ; I gal Immediate installation. Reaon1 I metal lathes. .UJ..a D. Pease It Son.telephone. to I metal run pop corn poppers Bumby Had..re. St and veal Call after 8 .m section rIme downtown. : Great ta Lira la Orlar -
.'. b> experience I 1 abie terms. I Motnt Dora_3753. Kuhl. ''Had.ae. 102 W. Church St. MOVIES for the homN.W parade.. Dial 116. ask for 190-J-2. CLOSE IN-Sincie room, connecting |I

P- '_: E Price Son Phone 4626. I WUlard and Keiser. Vogue Theater DRY CLEANERTsserndiciesner. HEATER -burner oil circulating and-n.' adventure Bowatead'l bath. Business party desired. 332 !
; IUMPs.tr Ebop. 1039 N. Or- WANTED TO'BUY Livestock Beef.
Fi.NL\ci Won;; _block.ColomaltownS136._ 1 gallon 8Oc-2 condition ph. 2-O324 ;, *, Cam.r. S South St COLLEGE PARR.-3-Oedfotrs
'aidrtnc: I l.lln 20 Call 2-1515. veal and hog. Best paid. Call .-
anze. price - - -
P' >ai..-.- &Son DCa MACHINES Bun-ouch's Si.SO. Knox Store Co.. 25 E Pe. HEATERS-Space. gas: One with-7 i i' and ai. little as (5 per monu. Bem.n" 2-4838. ICLOSE IN-Warm, clean comfortaole claaaad garaat.id porch.XaUMdiate e- --'

J..75.' *95. four Burroulb'. deeI I Phone 2-3163. _ _ radiants 2 like Well Drilling- Slpply. room for gentleman 314 Anderson
on.It r.dants. 1 mile east Catsuryn ISesisiose. Realtor NOrsneor.
Winter Garden Rd.
FLASTERlPATCHrNO trig duplex at $145 .. .
Also Stucc* ; Buru.h' DANCE WAX "Johnson's" professional new. 1223 A.e.HTR2burer o : 2-1979.
40. Pet Stock and Supplies 2-3532.
r. statement model S115: Orlo vista Orlando: Phone I
*irs. TelephoneF..2'I2INO.ftt9O5 708.
Call Gbr. I i Burouch's d..e wax. 55c per pound.. ST 1866. off Clay St :
9 col deluxe FOR DELIVXRY "aT
r- hand-operated $85: $ ; PUMPS. WATER SYSTEMS. (89 DP. CTTY tJatnS-OgcsjBT Ol I
W.l. Knox Co.. 25 E. Pine.
Sunstrand subtractor cr newIU I Store Phone new. 15. W. A. dory and Company. 415 W BOARD YOUR DOd at Crickets Acre corner room: double: next bath: feesls iaefn bun..,

pal Is an ar; : R. c. Allen electric statement 2-316. Wynn W. Scott. 723 Stetson; 2-10" Ave. Phones 8712 and 9609. Built-in tubs; used lee tubs: commodes KenneL Long wood. Fla. A home kitchen privileges $1O; buetnesa coolie "A-l" condition. bedroo

r' r your model like new $295; Dalton ELECTRIC IRONS Automatic con H Robin to see us first. I : new and ned drain board away from home Dalmatlon at stud. : near bus _ _ _ _ _ kitchen. etrenloUn oil htacbed i -
f Paint- aafe. Stanley P. Curtis;. All machines guaranteed 141.5, trol. Universal. Proctor. Samson.BumbyHardware. T---t-n.- I lInks china and east iron lavatories: DOGS BOARDED stripped clipped CASSELBERRY-Azalea Lodge Asoer- garace. lane lots -

estimates year Fla Buslce EQUIP Co 390 N 102, _W._Church. bed S10 E_W POSTS fence cypress: 7 ft. 2 t machines; apartment and and bathed Ruble Small Animal Iran Plan Hole! riding horses flsh.ns IonH"TR 3-incn (IS hundred 4 to -
r'i PAPERlldn"ncel'1 I i Oraner APhon.. S454 ELECTRIC WASHING MACHINE -Ga< but c'andard SI stoves: cabinet sinks Hoctal 1600 N Orange 4848 h'in'tv n, sea-SO. W.DIT -.55- 'Tcs
n' a'.J.c
Inch but' hundred Call WinterPark
: i,. id., .: NHQl.'Echm. an goods, silver Now aTatable Sf.eral makes Ke-! "H :- -a.-.n .I.. ";-h ,* fans i'ta L't'-: : t-ef Co AI Cvl.t.on: In. of fttna.and Ap- DOGS CATS BOARDED Special Park t'4WciitRcH

I II.: ) :lh :-.1 bnd.. AUo TOera :urntture: Private sales \inator BubJ Hardware. 1U H Pa-' Hardware JiO S Ona PLAYGROUND -For Plumblnl: W WashingtonPhone care for house dogs Cocker Spaniel 8T J.'.' East-Laroc (bedroom -
and aac:.,>n Ternfu bargains Or- W ChurchELECTRIC ,-. 1; :. .11: EQUME : at stud. 21 8. Bumby 2-3787 is levI t"t 'wpr r* .I Ia
I f 1X-J SERVICE-West Centra I lando collection Demuig homes school ad pata 32U. z St r -
I I- ..nc Heating Co.. 15 M Auction lrc5 RllRGiTOR New HEATER O. i *ood heatrs Cast Christmas orders now On display GERMAN EHEPHERD Make good COLONIALTOWN N. f. II; iglt ,

Brran Day Night 7538. ((733 W. f.e. N.x auction J.a li and used. Kuhl l 1303 Lawrence Ave. at Southern Metal Fabricating Pine cow dog 6 months old $10. airs. heat hot water Close to every
: I I
__ 2t Chuch 151. I AT.C&117726.. I Wlter Castle. Call Henry Bronson, Vlnelsnd. Florida. thing. Ph. 3-2647 Continued On Next Pare]


a1 firutmrl-g'tar I 5-L Houses for Sale 51. Houses for Sale ; 51. Houses for Sale I 51 Houses for Sale 51 Houses for Sale 51. Reuses_ for Sa1 54 Lots for Sale 56, Business Property for Sale

I COLLEGE PARK New bedroom HARMON AVE 1955-Open house LEES'BURG-427 So. 9th St Modernsix PAR AVE EASTNea Clay A wel tNVESTIitENT-fluplex 4-room OTTAGE: .ai < ,4l.M TRA fc , -
Orlando Florida bu .I.'tt O ;> B: : 'M JX- C
I frame house $500 down to a 0 I Sunday 1 to 5 p m Imm.d.t pos room large screened porch ..c- built and ,omfortaole home spa 'men' .ch sIde Partly fur- urnl:h'd $4 Ph SN Wnter sit:' a' .5 uncilt' fronts A: :

PAGE DEC. 28. 1947 Had.o fon. tile b.th a ra session. Furnished Icudls russ, rage finest residential .o. sanD. reasonably bedrooms sleeping porch and tilt lied Income $1560 yearly .530 Park ra: tr.e P: cc Cat: r.der. Developer :c4.n See a tfi:5 r JTM h l's

1 ,. dishes etc 2 bdroms fr't pnce Owner 1934 SW 17th bath It is of pre-.a constructioswith .eel highway 10O feet lake frontage 31 N Orange 0442
Powell. Broker .cn 118 E. Yale; 3-2602COLONIALTOWN sfrubs Price 17.S. with Ct . cy presssidin g. lifetime roof and 40 fruit rees. $7.500. terms A. C. CLOSE TO race t.ek. 5 room house. with Air Peter, Resc: : S
Unton. Broker. 238 ". Drive. oak floors throughout Laundry tub Golden Broker. on 11923'. mie with asbestos Idme. lights water BUILDING LOTS-Select your home- : 2-O786
[Cent from Preceding Page] I -2-bedroom collate Phone 739.HOLE I LAKEFRONT room furnished bun- i on rear service porch The lot is nCrh of underpass). Open 3 lots 1.0 on Davison St. Oscar site now in the attractive Dubs TOURIST COURT LOCATION t

15S. $2000 r.1 balance $50 mo gaiow.4i5 miles from court house 7a by 172 with a number of heavy ___ dread Country Club section, Lois in ft on highway, Low price :'-: r

furnished com HEIGHTS-Lovely new lit-, Abut '2'acres b.utful bearing citrus CompIet.l, furnbe A DREAM HOME-Just built 2 bedrooms all sizes Close in school bus and sale Only $34OO A C Golder -::
I P.t dta Large lot. ample fruit bungalow Concreteblok. I.ndsc.p for only $10.500. McNutt storea. Priced reasonably Cash or '
51. Houses for Sale te 10 frt trea screened porch car porte On 17-92 13 i miles n:: 9
On bos Roper Realty Church ..noM.ln 5 near lake ni-e locatun ,
roms Realtors lSWWsslsiigtuu.5106. term Jane Bros 235 N Mam 7559
with Robert R.
Tyre Realtor _ ON SLE-n. of Orlando most deal location SOOOO. Must are 10 underpass Open Sunday
COMMERCIAL: DISTRICT-fAme da : 2-3433. ___ furnho 1520. Corner 24th 6174. 3 bedroom appreciate. 2215 HiDcrest. Ph. 6439
and O.ner. E. CI.rk.HARRINST.Ne.r Da PRINCETON AVE 1101 W.-We offer b.autfuU fum.sh.d WINTER PARK'S finest residential TRAILER LOCATION-No'I'.::c o
ple. 3 rooms each side 2 bath CLAY STREET-Prewar. with 2 I.nebom. stores'schools for sale one of the finest butt 2 story homes. Must b sold. subdivision is Robert Dbu MacDonald this location hereabouts c "- 'o

heaters. WeU rented. Good buy Electric kItchen eU11 I homes in Orlando Second for. I Park at Park and Palmer Avenues 17-92 Hwy 2 acres overlook ak-
at SoSOO Howard Broker: 306 N . Garage bu. bedroom LAKE MAITLAND When this home originally .
ment Bre. Dutch Colonial of construc- -Isle of Sicily bedrooms glassed sleeping prch. .. David Andrews, Realtor, Wmter for 50 trailers Only $2700 'cfl'.sA

Mai1 ,25.CLGB square feet on 2 streets 1625. terms tion. Located on a cypress ft lot A mot unique home in this excusive 2 baths First for. large planned it was with great DOLLAR FOR DLR yon cannot Park Exclusive ascot. C Go den. Broker on 17.9.1 x

A. C. Golden. Broke. 121 100xl5 lo.ton French-Normandy room. dining breakfast room care Here are some of the attractive find a better miles north of Open F tn
I1 rom. underpass
PARK-This new S-room Ave.. Winter Opn Sun. Sun rom. b.th 2-.r garage construe music room lounge large3car features: 2419 51-3 lots joining with 450
of $13.500 .rcltecure. m.snr klcb.n
Price witn blocks. Ph. 4091. A TRAILER d
block with lane r.sn.ble ton. bdrom. 2 tiled b.th 165' pantry. I. bath I wish you would take rust a little with Tea
cment bu.ao. I terms available Allen Johnson Realtor Frn.ee clIentele
Good "
Hardwood floors location S
screened .n 25-ft. attached 140 N. Orange; le."ns little sa.se .p.r throughout complete while this mornl. sty me .ring ,, SNAP-Home Acres High rich lots Vee Van Hoten, Broker 6 W C. .'h
la.se. located corner lot. DICK3ON AZALEA PARK In Homes." 8612"SIc'alIns to be desired Babcock with Robert ment above An outstanding circulating 01 he.Unl unit: and let me you a lovely 2-story. for $3OO, Ere them Kunber 941 St Rm

can be bd furnished for I R. Tyre Realtor Dial 6174. : located on 23 lots, $40.OOO. liberal 3 bdroms .r.nged bedroom home that is completely Orlando Ave. (Underpass Kd ) 12 5504
$11.500 term O.ne lenlnl Concrete block stuccoed 2 or 3 bedrooms HOLENHEGHTNe. maonrj i I terms or will sell part Including home I not but 2', b.lh. .1 tiled: furnished and most desirable in every : -
lo I full dining also nook 1 57. Real Estate
city and close beautiful living room large I and garage apartment for $29.500 on room : particular Exchanged
.1 v.c.t Venetian modern kitchen LAKE VIEW 6 room furnished home. : basement with cement floor; lifetime I I YOU HAVE BEEN WAITING for them '
Ask for Smit with Robt. kitchen and breakfast nook new gas rom. blmc I easy terms. Call H. F Boland R..I- '.
Pryde. Realtor N. Orange; oil circulator heater Kelvina with electric electric water Large screened preh Good con- tor Bldg. 672 N. Orange tile roof I This and moot and now we have them 5 beautiful NORTHWEST SECTION-Owner w'.i I
1 r.nl. I dition $6.500. with CanC.1 I cmforabl cbea lake from tots Surrounded trade .
ted and extra heater Unfurnished Also 3-room Hen 2 I by ex bedroom 2 bath b';r sw
259CB c.r Large fors s.r.s. land garageapar Ement. unfurnished. rents : Burch Broker 916 Kohl: 2- .__ ,, I Now when the owners furnished this I hom. for longBY riht.. .I b elusive homes these tots will not last like new Ion double ho.' T : e

r"m Completely furnished. $45 month. Two large lots with fruit SUBURBAN bedroom: price reduced -: home they spared no expense in .v&bl brag, First time offered Martir Wil price at market value Ft '::C *i

I s.pd. 11.0 shade and vnt.ble garden Half :'L KILLARNEY 2 baths-Nice Dandy home beach 2 12.S for this "ek. 15 making i comort.bl and .Ur.ctve. P.s take Jut a moment and Pb hams Phone Realtor, 21 W Washington St Fred Garrr Broker SSei c' 4 :

block to $8000 with $2000 cash bedroms min Orlando: can $106. .
IS-Just 1 blob east HARLOW G. FERICK. 18 N. bus I lot. unfur- drve b for complete 5-POOM ROUSE for cot to. ' '- dok-I.rn
1t oc less more cash ImmediatepcTssesmen 110.5 fi Winter Park 8-8592; Business necessitates their leavIng -
t office home. 5 Ave. I Dshed. burl : sub. monicage pays "ft 5::) '"cme
Or.ns 118. Johnston Henry Broker I unlture .v.l.ble. seen till 10 p m Orlando and a home In which LANE LOTS Morgan, We" C I '.-5
120' owner.
bedrooms. 2 baths Call with StimpsonStaton 2 adjoining by
baemeDt fl.cehe.t Live Orlando 6 W. Church St. 6545. Audr.) Pttm.n bedrooms 2- baths they have far more thanthey : BR."DFRD. BROUR 1: owner, on St.
pins garage I Its Great to 1 Re.ltors Bldl.. SOUTHEAST Inv.tr 2-233 Oglethorpe near Princeton School
r.r. I Wetc.1 $6.OOO cash Hampton 531 are Is now available to and business district 4 '
below SIS.000. believe It or | Phone 11. I Insured title, ROOM HOUSE-2 ex rs '' 23
N you at a most .tr.ctne price- I II $1000. Paul Edson '
; Ph fruit
H cash. Exclusive Wm. 501.SUSIEAbu : 9891 trees small to orlta.c; 2
Abut.. J. Daniel Kolar Realtor frame HARDING AVE. 433 E.-Off Delaney I LAKE FAIRVIEW new masonry 11. down I Only 12.875. furnihed. bedroom house just outside< c' : :.rn-

1t'81.CLNITWN3 I DEE. SECTION bedrooms-13x13 New with Owner leaving 3 large town after 10 cedar years design constructed and located bungalow on of 100.tr.ctv. .a-I f8 prIvate.173 cah mortgage required OVt NER-BUILDER-Must sell new''I 55. Country Property for sale its Phone 2142357l.Reseh

occupancy bdroms. Inside and out. Phone 6911 Noble I modern 5 and
rooms bath
walk-in 18x20I shaded lot. It Is assbreezewa y. All lome.
I cost Ivnl rom closets hardwood frepl.ce Real Estate 124 Main St. Stucco I LEAR LAKE-New
SmIth. steel frame
S I This home Is In Orlando and most CB. casements bungalow. Property
I full rom 1t screened porch 8 fruit I tile bath and I in a section of nice : I
bedroom frame. built-in cupboards hardwood for.I trfs. modern and lake SUBURBAN Story and a half house situated for bronze screens. s.rse attached overhead two bfirooms bath liv,n>. room
afford to buy hom.s. L.kev. ronvnenU "hol.
ran thi. Insde.n doors all electric kitchen metal: kitihen and dn t>: r br WATCH COCOA BEACH O' no
I Available lot. substantially :ezesav altadra -
real shady corner service and downtown
from Colonial o.ert garage by appointment i privileges Attached garare' A on bls Los ,
lot Exluse. c.1 Venetian blinds tinted plaster In- csca-c. s: ire :rd 1;ont th s-ason wiTh offering i-bc' 'tu
lean Sammie Francisco built and kept 2-car po
Dr;re, investment property S84aO Hastings. 62 E. I value at the price of McNuttMessier. .el gar .re. .
Re.ltor. 2 110.00. tenor Furnished unfurnished Iblock On late irons lol 8O : house I blsct from bea i. I IIt.rrnshed
or t :
Phone 6911 Nobie Smith. Real Realtor Central Arcade Rm. 4; 7407 Re.ltors. IS age plenty partly furDlshed.ety on ake
Et.t. I --- -- Arcade; Wahnston. j I from limit" 51 175 ft deep sand 51.700 down. basr: ,
427.HRRIN 113
---- - I 5106 water on bus line Sam Please call for further city Page St. beach 6 miles irint
124 S Main St. me
___ DELANEY SECTION story house: 5850. parul.r. from cuy imtts Electric lulus pump Puli'ipher, Realtor. Cocos l3c S
Realtor Cen Will be open Sunday |I' BYOWSERHome and income or
COLONIAL GARDENS this bean needs rp.l. 4 large shaded lots LAKE FRONT Lake view and other tri Fr.nelo.. 7407.SNSHINEGRDE. I convenience.PRACTICALLY. I : 3 units and w alec heater. Price to;OO SJOOOca

tIfu section of modern home we A ra bargain for someone with ST.-Frame bungalow Sroms I equitably priced properties avail- i 127 decorated 00 bdroms. ; $18.000. I h. balance $30 per month Inquire 38 Real t state anted

5-room bunsao. I Might consider house trailer.ownir. arned front porch Completely able-Phone 4196-Guernsey and S3 choice lot Lane Bradford. Broker. n..I Terms 510 N SummerunFURNISHED furnshed. James A Neal. west side cf Bear _

bout In '41. attachedgarage. Inquire 1633 Grand Ave_ even radio new Green. Inc.. Realtora-21 East Central lights mal 10' I Colo Lake Owner I ACHES. homes. busi nessee 5 nO t '.01
snne prch. Washing Machine Move in Reduced I water. Telephone available On mail ; 2233I 2 bedroom Michigan log I Buyers waltina Courner: Rex,''
I.rs lnd.pd 195 DUPLEX Furnished. $2800 balance -' Av.LKE RFD. school close $4500 II home. newelectricwate CLOSE TO CITY-17 acres. i acres
bus r beater
Allen 140 N. c.sh 'to $8700 O C. Realtor I in old 39" N Orange d al 2-2471
Stn.rt bearing
Johnn. easy Move in Ropr Reat,. 9788-8033. FRONT-New block home. Both Hogan I electric range circulating beater; I grove 2 story home
an!e; 8612" -Sp.IWDI in Homes I Church and Mam: 2- will accommodate twin 2-story duplex modern bath adjoining utility room; lower 5 rooms 2 bedrooms bath, DRY CLEANING ESTABLISHED for
COLONIAL GARDENS Attractive I bdroms SBuBAN- fireplace; kitchen, out of town party Ca: Sarr le
DUBSDREAD New bedroom frame bath extra large living furnished 6OOx 5 : by owner. $2 cash; balance range refrig
modern 2 bedroom furnished : rompletd1 NEW 2 bedroom S erator, hot water Francisco Realtor, Rm 4. Ccntrai
bun full dinIng kitchen like rent: RI 4 701A 2 10 '' Upper 3
Deep lot. 15.S. terms A. C. best $13.- rom. 'r. rom. 5 acres 40 frt tr..s. 50 fthiKh I : completely furnished. $2.000 Arcade "40",
trees ,
galow : rooms bath, 2
G.DU B.uUful I..D.offer. srl key. Golden. 121 Orlando Ave. HOLDE HEGHT.. hundred with gspaeean d extra cabinets ,. I.k.frontage Price 57.50 .hm. handle See Craig with I mi Cur Ford Rd I Ii above- On car garage, room _
I paving:
u""et I hOls withClearview t nice lawn
double laree breerem and
: ay
Winter_ __ foot Three garage E S Burnett Broker 37 S. Broker. 531 N. Orange:
lot nicely landscaped large
Don Duciey, Realtor lampto. shade Can be
2-45. ak..Op-.unda. metal blinds tile patio 2 1063 I i I 51-1. Lake County Property F arranged for good m- FOR IMMEDIATE ATTENTION and
DUPLEX bedrooms 2 tile baths _ _ :
COLLEGE PARK-1013 I :, b.rd.o I Lake view from all roms. Huge S13. __ come Nice loiation for poultry, results ist your property w :hMarlte

Fum. aed 3 bedrooms V. H.r.rd rom. 1 story Strictly m $22.soo and. : fors. steel casement .'ndo.. I p,cture window. Corner lot Riparian SUBURBAN-Close In. 5-room bungalow I EDGE OP CITY-A Beat 2 bedroomand MT. DORA-New bedroom bumra truck nursing home, consider trade niliiams Rra,:or. 21 W
Price Terms. See Mr. O land for
dining room kitchen tile bath oak I best conlructon. Strickland .a.le. P.rkns.. I rights on lake Bus line Fine residential 2 acres nice gardening sleeping porch home on a 80 low good sired garage suitable fey $11. OO. rood terms, Sam Johnson Washington Phone 8106
60 trucking
floors attached garage det.11 s. S.op. Rp.lor. Pne. Exclusive with White and 13.00. easyterms rent I I II I Co 208 S Mam
14S cb. W. Church: 6675. office hours dItrict. Keller with foot lot fo$5730 Why pay ? workshop: quick possession I desired '
balance too month and Afte I Bros. Realtors; 824 N. Mills St.; Mr.. A Dr.se C. R Em.rl. Realtor 610 N. Ph. o.nu. MI Dora 4a62K1STLER I I COUNTRY PROPERTY. .Betweeafs OSOYES-HOMES-BUSINESsFS I st

then can as keys. Ecus'v DELANEY ST.-(Just off Nice quiet 18869., 2-1688. ,4412 Ave 3-8. : and 7 acres on a beautiful lake, your property with agsres:'c R a!-

Call Nunea with H. F BI.nd. Rel- location. Frame bungalow of 3 bed I or.nS.1 I about BOO ft. lake frontage An ideal tors Chenault A. Jennmg Inc 672

tor Carla Bldg : rom 2 baths II with .ta. .ho.er'Lovely). SUBURBAN-N. bedroom bungalow I OFFERS I spot for your home, $4.500-terms. N Orange Ave Phone -34
lined Yes '
2-551. HOE-COLLEGE PARK- it spossible Generous size Phone A T Carter
to floor this bedroom LKE FON-I"estors spul.ton rock rom. OPEN FOR INSPECTION 3-1622 Jamer- HOMES GROVES. BUSINESSESContact -
screened to get new out
sun ; :
Star..y brez son and Carter
prch Hf.tol. Realtors.
CNCR SCHOOL SECTION-New ed attic be dupUcated home before Jan 1 and save over .teDton ofe ".,. large attached garage utility Eustls-Large home furnished ntilized 12 S, Main C B Davu Rca :":. 41

roms tile b.t. gas at price lt. Change 1 $100 on (homestead I the closest lake n to room equipped aluminum window Two Cherokee park homes-Sunday as 3 slits 10 rooms. 3 ba'hs COUNTRY PROPERTY -Since W.__Washington St_; Phone 7J'i(

kitchen. ab.de lt. Brick owners family. ofered. like t.xs the location enmptonl.You'U ange and Central in Orlando ,trj I screens and blinds; ventilator fan. asbestos Afternoon. I lifetime roof floor furnace gross In, 1916." Ask Asher Peter, Realtor,
stet S9aOO Ower .Broker make I us submit your offer Ge. F. terms O C. Stewart Re.lor.12.00.9 god 88- bdroms 2 baths servants quar' roof frt trees lot 100x133 433 E.s Gore 2 story: 425 East I come $135 month. Offered for $8.- I He probably knows 12 S, Main. HOUSES WANTED-We have prospects

N. Brown easy 2-1269.Loren Du ; 6 BrassRealtyCo_ ._19 E A. 8033. trs. Priced under $25000 180 ,I Owner leaving Priced to sell quicklyfor Gore. stOt 3 bedrooms each. Your 5OO HOLIDAY SPECIAL We have several for 2. 3 and 4-bcdroom b ::e>
; lake by over 200 ft. deep '
on choice
I $925V. $370O mortgage 36 mo $ Immediate pos Gas and service station-Brand new 2 bedroom bouses. in good locations Call VS B '. 1,
I e.c.
DELANEY PARK (NEAR)-2-bedroom IVANHOE COLLEGE PARK-Yes. Forced sale reasonable offer willbe Priced from
CONWAY LAKE-Nearby. Nearly new j and sleeping porch house sittingsnuggled Its possible to get this new 3-bedroom Exclusive no Mathews ,'Call Kathryn Tomas Brok.r. for &on I Excellent location on 44. Owner if 1 I,' $2.6OO to $3,500.i 4 cash bal month I Olson. Realtor, z-l$19. 14 S. Ma n st,
bedroom home. Furnished Wm hospital force '
complete reused. 230 E. ly Come and ,
2 large screened porches 3 at rear of high lot under home before J.n 1st and save ., Kolar Realtor Ph. .ppltment. COO C. Resltor. 610 are looking for s.l.business location F B see them Ph 4<67,
lot R EMEIC. Nor Lynch with M
fruit clove to Ibis oak tree Price furnished $79OO over $100 on taxes (homestead .uml 2-4388 or 7811 Re.lor cooperation .. '348.I Hardware and building supplies bus!- D Bailey Real LISTINGS WANTED-Clients ws. 'ng
church. ators 0 .shol bu.I Call Robert Orr with O'Harra-Moore. tion). You 11 like the location $ . invited O.nse Phne I an established prof- 30 E Church El P. Slayton. Realtor 3. 5 Pitt

loan Len 160. Broker. Ph. 140. I !2-LE'**">*._Phone 2-0836 or 2-8843 good terms O C. Stewart Realtor neTs bU.ln..I Due to serious illness INCOME HOME-6 miles Southeast St phone 6631

pleasant corner prOI 9788-8033. SOUTH SIDE-2 bedroom bungalow in family it I is offered at a sacrifice of Lancaster Part; paved highway LISTINGS WAITED-Home r r. .

CL .LLTOWN--. to bedroom school I DUPLXT n Anderson IVANHOE UKEblok north) completely furnished lcuir; About $14 000 will handleTavaresGood 5 acres high land Duplex double rentals Let as help souAgtn ys, iur

Furnuhed ronvnleDt Mrs Gaffe Rinton. should :md an owner who wantsplenty V.e.nt. 1st. MARKS ST.. 1110 Colonlaltown washing machine piano r.dl. GREATEST BARGAIN lane 4 room house constru tion, 3 rooms and bath each property, Hall Bros. >, 112 NOraisxe.

Realtor 1695.. Robinson 7632.COLONIALTOWN of room down stairs (3 bedrooms over on T.x"s. Bungalow. 3 New block construction- 3 bed paved street near bus I EVER with bath metal roof corner lot ide Cottage 3 rooms and bath dial 5169.

15 ; I ) but who will let the now sl.plns 10 roms. paved shady street. I rooms; furnished or unfurnished.Owner 1675 for everything Bettea Invest Northwest 2 home citrus This property I priced Rental value $14O month Nicely landscaped -
I upstairs apartment be Co. 25 W. phone SectiD3 brm. : priced right By owner Ph.
unoccupied Anxious aU make offer under leaving town W.sb&tn baths : exceptionally low al $4 OOO SALES LISTINGS WANTED Homes
-New very attractive Its 8513. rm. k't.D County 116 ask for 1913-J-4
earnIngs -
rented. Priced at O C. Stewart. i
bedroom home. Quick action 11.50. 1750. R.ltor. and d1ett entire house carr ted !I groves farms and lots lou .narj

and approximately down will |1 could pay out entre Investment _ _ _ _ new stove and refrigerator 'I LAKE FRONT HOME-3 large bed depend on our experience lor c,:rr' K

make proud .120. Call W. A. I, Call Col McKee .Ith O'H.r.-More. KALEY SOL SECTION-Bungalow L 10xl5. ;st one set, W 3 KISTLER REALTOR. Post Of- rooms: 32 acres; paved road, Needs handling of selling deta Is. o: : i r
you E. Pine flee B'dc Eustis Florida Phone some painting Citrus
this with and shade .
-% 5 rooms 2 bedrooms MARKS STREET SCHOOL 112.50. gage loans ine-eaM our sc .nc ow
WII.m with. J. D.De Kolar. 206 I DUPLEX ON LAKE-Southeast: S 'electric kitchen: fruit: garage SUBURBAN Fred G.rrl br"k-r. 8551 I 391 Red. P. O Box 1146 trees: 5 miles from town $10.OOO. er; McNutt-Heasley, Rcs'lor, 15 W

S I ; 2 lowet On bus line near stores and school You will like this comfortable home. or 438.I I Chenault A. Jennings Inc 6<2 N. Washington StHE
: t.h.
> urr 4 or.s b unfurn $6 800 terms. Sam Johnson Co.. close to Orange Ave It is frame Ranch type home In small town four i I Orange ph7234OKLAWAH ,

CHENEY HIGHWAY Nearly complete : \ed -1 conditon painted 208 S. "o. construction with cypress shingle sid miles Irom Orlando near stores.schooL I 152 I Groves for Sale \-60 miles North of Orlando HAVE BUYERS wanting gropes
five home This home has
room m.sn ''redeor.td. 3 cart SECTION New Ing. comfortable in Summer or Win and city bu. STREAMLINED BLOCK BUNGALOW : 441 main central Fla high business property and homes For

wit lt. Imed.I't' space prehes Nice lake for KALYSCHoL buns.lo. construction 5 ter. 2 large bedrooms and of course I 2 bedrooms living room and dining modern room I -8 roms 2 baths 2-car garage I'II GROVE acres 305 seedling tree ,' a-ay 4 acres lake view covered with Immediate sale list with F A Al uon.

lson owner Box & fishing b.tml. No rooms. 2 bedrooms nice bath Good a beautiful a dining breakfast rom. bath with laundry and breezeway Large I Estimate 2.OOO I' beautiful oaks palms and magnolias Realtor, :37 W Washington,
(Near) New 6 city See this for :tU.ok'te i gas ktchen. screened porches : fruit Direct-by-mail express bus!- Magnificent
-M room t.xe. location on paving Near school bus room tile pla : lot Furnished or unfurnished at spot for cabins or trailers -
..,. over-sized garage and Income Out of town owner has and store $7.9SO terms. Sam JohnSECONN I car garage and car port 15'xl5'. 35 citrus trees garden below market price Key in officeGeorcla ness goes with the trove. $9 975 $3.SOO mieht consider trailer FREE APPRAISALS on your home
large 'made a special price for immediate Lot 53'xlSO' and elckeD run. House completedin Phone Casselberey. 2-2221LAKE Owner. 1633 Grand AePINE I will give you an estimaic tree
sod Co 208 5 Main 7186. ,_
Price lot nelshbrho. sale and delivery $14.500. good terms ton _ _ I II found.ton.. fruit be.utlul. extra good buy at $7200 von Sehler. R..ltor. ,: ci rharge on the current market

ject .7S.. L Wilbur: Al .ub. Sam Johnson Co_208_8. Mam RALlY SCHOOL ,<, nished including Keltmator oil citrotator .th tera.HARLW NEW HOUSE that can be boueht with FONT home and grove 2- I I I CASTLE 4-room house; 10 value of your property No obi.-j I'jnPhona
II home overlooking6acre
acres good land Paved
furnished 2- $25OO down payment 2 road elec 7811 Wm Mathe *ih i
Broker 23 W. Church: 6675 DUBSDRE SCON-Ne. 2-bedroom I I I I 57.500. Cash $2.500. Balance re 'S: and new gas r.ns. 513.000.HARtOW G. FREDRICK 118 N. bath living rom. ttchen broma. I I: beautiful lake. 700 ft. lake frontage, ,' trielty $3500 W A. McKenney Daniel Kolar Realtor

COLONIAL: GARDENS bedroom I ; shower ',Otto Aasmusen with Ave. Dial 8188It ette Extra 13x32 In- 'I. heavy bearing grove Broker: 4950 Cheney Hiway; 2-7144, SUPER
C.vn.ugh.Relton. I f. buldJI ACTION We want good
home. nice lot attached garage: $9 450. G 118 N. Ornn
75x140 Completely : term. Washington Arcade Phone FEDRIC. In good 'on.Tct.1 al land Price Including .ddltOn-j' SUBURBAN 2 bedroom
euded. modern value listings for quick sales Phone
531 N. Orange; Ave .
furnished. S10.500 with excellent Broker. Orange crop $14 000 terms -
H.mpton 4308. Live Orlando price $6300 & Bon- home off main
s Great to 1 Bonnet I highway 3 miles us today Noble Smith Real Estate
terms. C. UcKenzie Dolive 1 Broker, W Washington
Broker. 104 W
513. nett 145 N. ; I II out $3 OOO
M.I Courtney Realty, 392 124 S Main 6911
LAKE Bear 4- ;
Central Great to Use I
; phone 2-75. I DUBDREADl block north ot city bdrom FONT-n. Lke.sand "I.s 1 HOMEAXD INCOME Here is-. SI 842. N Orange 2-2471. LISTINGS WANTED on your property
bedroom frame At- condl-
.IDt workshop Lt l0x2o. Owner tr.noend. SPRING LAKE TERRACE-We have moer 3 bedroom home in an ex- 14 ACRES-Fun bearing good 2 BEDROOM HOUSE Bath room I For immediate attention ca ">- COLLEGE PARK SECTION : : near Umatllla overlooking
bedroom home -Nice 2 $7.sa.se 500. Hampton utltyrom. sU. t.rms. In this desirable section a most I n.ghborho. affording extra ton, Priced to sell Contactowner furnished 3O large orange trees, today. Richard Kszaros. Rea7or 672
on corner lot. Built I McKenzie. Broker: 104 W. Central; beautiful home and large lot with i income sp.r.te. .el-bui I.t S4.SOO H Beal Bear Lake Lockhart N Orange.
In 1942. Has seen to be appreciated er 531 N Orange; 5013.DUPLEXNicely NORTHWEST year-old blockhouse 843. Eustis. Fla.
Price t b Includes kitchen Good In-U 2-4773- Possible 3 bedrooms tile gorgeous l.nds.pIt and frt trees i .pt. of $170 month You b..I 200 FOOT on highway 17-92 and ''LISTINGS WANTED-We have the
$3.75 U hed ,;I, LAKE Modern 4 bath and screened I The home is of clay tile construe I pleased with the many d.slr.ble fronting 147 feet on big Lake buyers if have the
Paul Hardman Herman FON-Sbur.n' dr.m prh 53. Acreage for Sale : yon property
euipment. come Price $ I 2 tiled features of both the home and the I I! I
with Lion. 3 large ,
WII.m. Realtor. 21 W.Washington Goodwin Inc.. Broker 677 N. Orange; .; yard large lot. Needs redecorating bdroms. .1 room : apts Large corner lot Price $22 000. I I Kathryn only $400000, ideal for Call A T Carter 3-1622 Jamerson
; i 100 ft. frontage on sand bottom lake. Easy terms Furnished or unfurnished b.th' b.utlul lase I court or trailers and Carter 12 3 Main
9895 I HIGHWAY 17 92. Fern
810 home is I Terms If d.slred. McNutt-Heasley. bod Pal.I I
A bargain at $9.750 with only $4 800 Has approximately S8OOO furnh 1 I, ft 200 feet on Highway 17-92: 700 feet
DUPLEX V.C.Dt New concrete down See Mr. Mowrey with II G L 4< loan. Exclusive See Lee ed in excellent tate and will I Realtors_ 1 W. W.sblgton. 5106 |1 1I I I 110 ft on hh. .1er; deep to big Lake Kathryn, only ,
COLLEGE PARK beautiful h wooded tract FOR QUICK SALE Need
-Modern 2 bedroom north section. Exclusively with a new or
Real 30 E Church for only
Estate : Realtor 0I $600 DOWN-CivilIans $350000
blOk. -
.tet. Crawford with Robt. L 12S.75. I
frame bungalow built in 1941 Quet Plde. 1.5. business One of those hard-to-fmd recently built concrete 8)s v h
Bill .
H I) .
Lieu Re.lor. 2-3176 New 2 bedroom masonry M J MOSF
12.6. cah. Dusl.s.lh 668 N. Orange; Ktredge. 132 S Main Dial 6977
Hardwood breeieway eonnec Realtor b.nns: at $o93. Terms $10O down '' 2 or 3 large bedrooms lart ,nc
for Car's.n New frame 3 screened porches: aluminum casementwindows
tlon Completely and .. ,N Orange: ph. 2-4551 I SUBURBAN rom and $15 month C. F. Gordon Room 200 FEET on Highway 441 55O feet room unfurnished or turn her! Mi"
saase. Move into sewage Price $ .8SO
nicely Electric kitchen LAKE LANCASTER-LAKE FRONTA a hme1 and bath prte-ohere. p.Vnl. 864E Central Ave. I deep for only $250000 Electricity I have garage, Good section Bu cc no
Jum\e. NORTEAST-BU Wilbur . Broker. 23 W.
lane .OOO- terms. PhoneA. DBDREADCm. substantial 2-story. bedroom masonry today only 13.95. 4rom Church 6613 LAKEFRONT ; and telephone: cabins built right op shopping must buy before Jan 6

T "Buster" 31622. Jam constructed home with 85' zone See this new well constructed ana bath LrKe lot with 24 i ..__ I II 4OO ft on lake in GE30ai I to this property, M J Moss, 132 S Call Harold YoIIick wth J. Dan dKolar
ertoo and 12 S new furniture. attached saae. oak aster front. Exceptionally large living : bedroom home. on a n'c.lot. Price trees. Bear .tore and post ofce BEST CHRISTMAS GI YET-A Hizhwav 10 miles Main: Dial 6977, 206 S Main: -811W
Main Re.ltors floors price $10.OOO' 82.500 Ask and dining rooms and two tiledbaths $15.000. Lyle with Herman Goodwin $4.BOO. 3. Completely furnished mo- home Check Homes. I just of Cheney
_ _ _ _ : I i east; OOO Owner 2-O163 YOURS FOR $4300-Modern 5-room '
I for H 1291, Harold V Condict Realtor Fully equipped with Venetian Inc Broker: 98o5 I ern 5 room bungalow Attached I $2"30 uP. Special-New bedroom - I
:. 37_ E. Centr.l Phone 6137 blinds and awnings. Excellent fur- rage $3.9jO with only $2.OOO cash lake view bun..lo. garage breezeway -! 2i, AND 5'ACE p.relsof land country home with 3 acres of land E DO NOT promise to tel 1 bat we

COLONIAL GARDENS- : EY-ST-SECTION-Close to riture Price $24.OOO furnished $22 ROAnFr.me-rns: | King Real Estate 30 E. Church and screened porch Near Clarcona $so down Includes I acre of peach and citrus do promise to work or any 9'xve.large .
late pre-war construction. 3 o.b- DEL room fire I bu"l trees Liberal terms 'See MrCurdT or small or other property
000 Call Col 8435. and Easy terms or Easy monhly
large room livIng str. and bus. New 2-bdrom'' unfurnIhed Ecusve. dining modern kitchen ch..p p.m.nt. Sh..rx. with Gordon-Reck. Brokers, 340 N fairly priced that yon list w th ns
rom. dinlnl rom rom. frame I e.sh. C. U. Taylor. Broker. 2518 55 Book -
., home with SECTION-New
small Attached ubst. dII .t.rheds.r.s. rooms many closets Buldlnl. Dtrolt Orange Ave 3-16<6. H F Boland Realtor Carrizan B dg
den MARTIE WILLIAMS Realtor 21 W. N. Orange 5644.
bedrooms. :
s.r.s. of prCb.l house plastered. 2 large I.n.
Lane corner lot In beautiful fora.. plent Price Washington St. Phone 8106. het. lot l0xI30. V.ent. attached paved c, i I 10 ACRES OF IF ITS A LIFE TIME Location yon 6-2 N Orange: 2-4551,
tion. Paying and sewer Priced in rl.t p.vd nished. sa..e street go ctrs.oU'nrr want for WANTED tide
$8>00 with good terms. Call Bryant F.nk Cr.bs. Re.lor. $2.000 dO"D. . $ Forest you will never want to good house wes $1
line with present market trends but Phone se.ge. Lk. leave it) ,
with H. F Boland Realtor Carrigan Mptr.J tdlnl, 2170. Francisco Realtor LOW DOWN PAYMENT- See this son -this is it! Located on high OOO down Sammie Francisco Realtor -
due will given month hill on beautiful chain of lakes Rm 4. Central Arcade 7407
conder.ton b t 7407. I I -
672 N. 2-4551
Bldg Orange: LAKE LANCASTER-Lovely Cent.1 Arcade; brand-new bedroom cottage located -
b1n..lo. 3fKnt
your 10 ACRES Old Dixie About 7 in
Raltra. NORTHWEST-This bedroom pre on acres all 5 In excellent
W Washington St. DUBSDREAD COUNTRY CLUB exquisitely furnished with rented SOUTHEAST $3OOO cash will bay on paved street. 1 block off I ,:
1 war frame bungalow with breezeway HiEhwaT 1294 ft. on 2 other roads grove 2 bedroom 2 bath home CallA 60 Business Opportunities
Practically new concrete block 3- furnished apartment in rear. Beautaful bedroom frame bungalow Orange Ave Price $8000 and well I I
this .
i and attached garage on $1 SOO. S6OO down balance monthlyA T Carter 3-1622. Jamerson and
large 3 lots. Price 518.000.Gee. 75f. worth It. See Sterling Gordon-Beck.
corner. nice ,
bedroom bungalow Full tiled bath Located on
completely C. Golden 1121 N Or Carter Realtors
turDshed. 12 3 Main
COLLEGE cash lot and paved street should Brbr. AUTO ACCESSORIES SHOP trrHctJ
PAK-5.85 mov.YOU large porch. breezeway.2car . H Kittredge. Realtor. 2-3176. I & plot. Total price Ex Brtkers 340 N. Orange 3-1676 .
Into 2 bedroom ted .crened quickly for Everything corner 1750. I Undo Ave Winter Park Open Sun MODFRN RAMBLING siatlon. restaurants. grocery an'?
tubs. 112.0 furnlshP. bungalow
furn.ee. laundry ,.
home in town I completely fuml.be. s.rs. LAKE IVANHOE-Adair Section in A sh.p. Ralph elusive with C. P. I Metal sash asbestos shingle roof meat markets Call A W R;rtge, associate
Total King Real Lot, 10 15. Owner going north New frame bungalow 5 rooms Tile B. Smith with L Pryde Realtor 14O N. Orange 2-3.2S2SUBURBAN I 1204
1.85. for .. W. B I |' 3 bedroom 2 baths, electric kitchen, of Everett Wells Broker
", E 113.75. Ters. bath stove If sold un 668 N. Orange 2-4o96 Just outside city limits). LARGE CORNER LT-P.lms azaleas all Colonial .
3 845._ Nicholson Main 2-1619. Rerger.tor. I 52 ACRES-Approximately 1 500 ft large rooms living room 16x3O E ; 3-35O2
; ,. cash balance I oak shade room
CONWAY -By owner 5- I _R..ltor..4 11.0 A well built two story really Iv.bl tres. lake front: paved road: very accessible cathedral ceiling big fireplace: all '
RW19' and ranged Goodwin Inc.. modern home 5 closets Furnished or '
EAST compact having 3
hardwood .r-1 frame home. bdrm. I a miles from center of Orlando fronting 40O ft on hiebway 17 and BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES since
rom fcer 677 N. 9855 unfurnished Owner transferred F. A.
: : or
house that will do
three-bedroom 1'. .
fireplace Garage Large Or.nle hardwood for. Subdivide into 2-acre tracts and 400 ft on Bie Lak Kathryn, Only 1920 Phone 2-1008. 45 W Central
on bus line near groceries lot I splendidly for you if you want an LKEFONTu'brb.n M.sD NORTHEAST. Three bedroom house lailng oil 2 car garage with Allison R.ltor. 37 W. Washington, triple your Investment Priced at $19.SOO Quick possession M J. Prescott V Steele.

store i- $7500 I Inexpniv place for Winter month I on corner lot. Zoned for business. work shop or hobb rom attached. BUY A HOME for New Year s. Brand I only $0 500 Louis Geesltn. Realtor Moss. 132 S Mam dial 6977 I.

flnan .1.hol ehureh. p.r I white you so attached sa.se. all electric kitch InvestIgate this. See Mr. Perkins Spacious lot beauttfully laDd.p I new frame 2 bedroom attached 143 N Main 2-1464.
Summer. Ready to use right now plot. running back many citrus Termite Terms. 58.5. .- BUSINESS LISTINGS NEEDED- See
en L.r. I with O. P. R..ltor. 60 East cont.'DDI tres g.r.le. prfed. 56 Business Property for Sale
C'eblok from Lake \ Priced at S695O Call 0 Harra-MooreRealtors109EPine Clos to school stores and Pine Street. S.ope.Phone 5812. of sub-tropical plantings Van Hoten Broker. 6 W. Harlow G Fredrick Business

Propr paying about _ bus. Completely, furnished i For a home with real contentment Rm 12. S5O4 Headquarters" 118 N Orange

OOO$30300 Owner nerds,. money. for for$20 his.- I EAST KALEY- -e Jbon6.2 C. P. Shumway R.ltor. 140 110.5'1'i I I this is worthy of In"sta.Uon Rcasonably IF YOU ARE LOOKING' a home. APARTMENT BUILDING-Close-in: 6 I BEAUTY SHOP-Excellent bUsin58

buslne C R Emrrick Realtor 610 bedroom bungalow, furnished, withelectric ange: 2-3282. I NORTHEAST Splendid bedroom priced pslon. Iro"e. or busln.. st.r the New 320 ACRES-$16.000. units furnished and rented $18.- location $2000, Should pay for itself -
stove and electric refrigerator. LAKE ( I For lull p.rtcul.r see V.rso.e and SpIegeL" OOO In 6 month' Call 6686
NOran Ave 7348.COLNITOWNUmque.. LRNA-N )-Move frame bungalow fully furnished right -to close an estate Exclusive
__ E. Church 5t.I
Large landscaped lot 50 by In. . 5 Fruit Garage Extra lot. Ready to''I Agency R.ltor. I Best New Year Greetings Whitney Adjoining city limits Most ideal for with Settee Investment Co 25 W. BEAUTY SHOP-Orlando's best well

this 1941 I 200 shrubbery and fo.ers. Immediate rooms. bath Tile window sills tile I move in $9,000. Terms C.vn.ueh I Phone I Spiegel Realty Co.. R.ltors 706 Met subdivision Great demand for large Washington Phone 8513. established shop excellent tIcs.
Turn._led Including Attractively pSsSSIOD. only 1750 $2500rash window sill. tile roof Lake privileges Realtors. Vta'hmgton . !I SOUTH STREET:801.=By LkOlve.. I I calf Bldg. 23269.MODERN tots Divide this into 160 half acre tele air conditioned Eight rx ;ns.

kitchen 2 bedrooms plenty Westlnghouse closets . like W rent Johnston. $1000 .b 1. O C. Stewart I I I I.n New spacious : -RAMBLING UIbungalow.. lots sell them at $500 Do Tour own APARTMENT 14 furnished units, eight operators good three- ea -lease
HenryBroker 6
St 6545.
Realtor 9"888033LAKE !' get details that U surprise you figuring, but act quick Business now grossing $40 OOO pe
metal roof
real screen porch 75 ft landscaped SIDE-2-story colonial home sash. asbestos shingle $35000 cash will buy this $900 a
I 3 bedrooms fORTH Owner building $40.OOO home next | SM A HUTCHINS BROKER 58 E year This Is your oppnr ti: :'v a'
It. Prlft $11500 Weir System 628 EASTSIE-os-i' plot. 2-ar garage and | 3 -droms. 2 baths electric kitchen month incom. The balance monthly
P"e 4641.ClEGE : completely KILLARNEY SECTION B, about 20 citrus trees. If there is a door. Call Edith Oliver 2-1068 or C. all large rooms living room 16x3O Central Phone 3-1386. The tot is valuable location for bus!- $20000 good terms arrancrn ube ;.

; furnished; attic fan; 2..r garage owner Attr.etv bedroom frame home in Orlando for $29000 I R. Emerlck. Re.ltor. 610 N. Orange cathedral ceiling big fire place: all! ness Herman Good*in Inc. Broker; old as owner is lea\mc Otis: -
I and garage apt. furnished $16.500. nice Ave. 7348 I See Mr Little with Harold Siiepxierr
hou.e. living rom we like to see It. One-half cash Tel fronting 40 feet on Highway 17 and 677 N Orange: 9855
.ould ,
terms. Craig with Hampton Broker. I Co 20 E. Washington
Realty St
and dining room large modern 4OO feet Big Lake Kathryn only two highways
PARK A beautifully will h.ndle. Bettes Investment Co. 25 WlTR-PARK-VrShlaH.lshs BIG 25 ACRE CORNER on APARTMENT BUILDING-Close In
In excellent fur- 531 N. Orange: 5013 electric kitchen large screened porch W. phone 6313.NORTHEASTPrewar : $1950000. Quirk possession M J. for only 52.150.00. Electricity 5 modern well furnished units Best Phone 5124.BEAUTY .

earner lot Small block construction section on EAST SIDE-(Close In). Just lite. garage with laundry room and workshop W.shlnston I bedrooms; utility room with l.undt I Moss 132 So Mam Dial 6977 and telepho neava liable, Virgil Jones section. Grossing 18", 418 Broadway -

Well, See Mr. Wmdhamwith lovely 2-story home Completely furnished J6OOO construction and toilet: tile bath and kitchen; with M"j'Moss, 1325 'Main Dial |

finance.. I eomfoB) and gracious living Nicelylandscaped down total price 110.50. Two 60x5 I I I ash floors: tile sills for furn.c. 69<7. SALONAn -
S.op. Realtor 60 East : 5-room frame bungalow Oak floors APARTMENT HOUSE-Beautiful garage -
lot with 160 ft frontage also : Completed soon Priced with good
Pine Phone f lot : nice lot
After : heat Attached on
hours Large rooms Gas
call Shown by appointment only Price or citrus Open for inspection I terms Weir System 628 I Pine SIAL CTAGE-Ne. 54.25000 54 Lots for Sale apartment nicely furnished new fixtures and furniture ba It-
.8oO. It the best ;
At $9 we
32.18CPEN garage I and four furnished apartments near
$22500 Call Mrs. Gaffe Sun. after a 701 4641 booth "
Excu.lv. 1 m C., St the key Call __ with terms See Windham with in units, Modecrsft f \ iret
seen. We and
Lake Eola location
block off h.v h.v Splendid
150 E.
Hinton. Re.lor. Robnsn: F.lrb.Dk. Geo F. Br.s Realty Co.. 19 I Central ,! 0 P. Swope R..ltor. 60 East Pine BEVERLY SHORES-Restrictions pro- | within walking distance Price $25.- Eugene dryers Shop in ex: eent

7832 i Ave 1 WINT PARK-4 bedroom home on Phone 5812; After office hours c.l test you Protect your home investment OOO See Mr Folsom Harold Shepherd condition Good lease at $40 per

EAST SIDE-Near Cherokee School LUCERNE lot. with 2wnto n lscai on
LAKE-Near. New ex- TERRAc'I.3bd NORTHEAST SECTION By owner I Realty Co. 20 Priced to sen at $4.790 Term be
3 bedroom frame bungalow 2porches room I ; : room sun porch dining room kitchen section of new homes Phone 2-3129. can
St Phone 5124
block home. Mills Furnished home I
3 large 201 N
bedrooms 1 car garage lifetime roof that women dream about and service porch Servant quar- Walter w Rose Investment Co. 49 arranged.
room 2 tile baths large living This home very nicely furnished for even to tile baseboards Moer. Priced right for sale. Private par : ter In s.r.se. One block to I N Orange Ave Or mm Manor office CLOSE TO LAKE EOLA-Apt. house:

and sll-elc&-tric dining room large ultramodern $10000 with only $3000 cash balance furnished Terms. Price $14.750 only _ _ _ lake wills z.r bo.tnl prl"le"es. 21 be.r- 33o6 N, Orange Ave _ _ _ furnished '3 units newly painted HARLOW O FRHHUCK BBracer. :
kitchen with pantry I to suit buyer Stewart Mrs Gaffe Hinton 150 C.i NORTHEAST SECTION= Convenient log citrus .500. See and redecorated Lower C rooms. 3 118 N Orange Ave DIal
.bu'danee' of closets throughout. Re.lor. tres. HOLIDAY SPECIALSHighway -.- BUSINESS LOT in fastest growing j
hardwood floors plastered walls with Harold ere"fi, Co 20 Robinson'_ 632.LAKEFON to schools stores walking dst.nc, Martie Williams Realtor 21 W. section of Orlando on prominent j bedrooms Can rent one or 2 bedroom I 8188.
lifetime E. Washington St. Phone 5124. to Post Office bedroom for extra income Upper 2 I
roof central Ranch 10, Washington St. Phone 8106. i and lake frontage New 2- street be terms, ;
heat and ventua type stucco: I Can bought on easy :
this 23d Consecutive Year in Or
t;. EAST SIDE-2 bedroom. furnished rated on d.slr.ble stet. Lot 68x24s. this lot and build I apts 2 car garage trait See a
in rear cement patio 2 front.c. landscaped Fruit I bedroom concrete home Dandy Why not purchase .
p.rIUone. Price with for close in with income
gararr >" laundry and lovely J."n. corner lot. For only _B .. Bfnner. Lockhart SI0.o. WINTER PARK-Luxurious u.d.nc Tourist Court location Large plot. your own store Carrigan & Boland property
h-, ( an b purchased complete 112.S. Can get some terms Phone H.rmiD God.nn Inc 671 N. ornse.9S on 2 acres gorgeously I.ndse.pd: I $13. 50. terms Inc Oaners CardIgan Bldg 632 N. |t $15 000. Sam Johnson Co 208 S

fill' ., Smith Real Estate 124 : Slain BAR PACKAGE STORE -- arc! R'cI -
a! only $25.OOO with terms 691. LAKE One of Copeland bedrooms 4 tile .n.nts. I Just outside city-2-bedroom home: Orange: 24551.DUBSDREAD
Call W A Williams S. St.EDGEWATER. 'FONT NORTHEAST SECTION Lovely large features; large and I COMMERCIAL BUILDING-40x O ft taurant combination ordos if O s
with J. Daniel __ ____ homes. Modern 2-story rooms. many extr.ordmal | come Ctr. Garage GOLF COURSE-Large j
Kc:aiOR S frame Like new. built New block Large lot Priced at best spots Will gros;"
7811 laundry .
M.I: home with 4 bedrooms and den. 2'. buns.lo. ga.le .palment: .upror lo.Uon. Lkev. 1750. easy 8O-ft tot facing course and street 2
'41 3 bedrooms living cash balance per year good nine-year lea. c ot
room. i terms less than cost to build 2 -
HEIGHTS Surrounded baths,
large tiled screened porch 2- outt.ndnl v.lu. In.pt. sides L Frank Ph 4750.
dn-I _ _
ing room breakfast nook Roper Realty, Church and includes modern fixtures and 1 t
COi--EuE PARK SECTION- by fine homes and located in one car Well furnished Built in dial 2-651. Albr Habich I bedroom frame dwelling garage easy
.< 3-brdroom omforxL. with of Orlando s most exclusive reslden 1939.sa.c. landscaped lot. front screened and rear enco,, WINTER PARK-Maitland.: Income | apartments for reDt.1 Well located EXPOSITION PARK '- Excellent lot Main: 23433.STIGEWATEI1. Your opportunity at $27 iQ': ; .9
r.m. 128.00. porches Oak floors bath 50 s 135 Bus service, electricity stock, See M* Little wiT Rsc
ont -com and la bath Very hal sections modern 2-story terms. W. B. property Beautifully $22 500. DR Several choice

SO; ro.>f had.o floors upst.r.2-car ga cement brick I thi with 3 bedroomsand I S Main; 2- Ncholon. Re.ltr. 1 shower Large lot at.ehed garage lake; I 3-acre place on Highway I.ndsc..d 17-92. Duplex-Close In. 2-story frame $20.- $150 stores 10"Growing cash. community$5 month. Lane Only business locations In this fast Shepherd St.Realty Phone Co 5124,. ,20 E Wa.laington -
2 Oak floors furnace 2- lace corner OOO terms. 1OOft
SO to
Tat 2 lots furnished Tim b.th. provements-fine large duplex bungalow growing section available
m t .:1 fast P.r. Geo. H. car .. Nicely landscaped lot. LAKE lop fee. front. 10.0. terms Wei nicely furnished and one 5- HCEL'SEAL. REALTOR; 118 E with Herman Goodwin Inc., Broker, frontage Can be bought on easy BUSINESS LOT in fastest rowing
1.ii '.. I-. Rr.ltoa 18.25. Owner left to.n. we have the bedrooms 2 baths System 128 E. Pne ; furnished bungalow Income Robinn dial 2-3'53. 677 N Orange: 8833 _ _ terms Paved street Sewerage and I section of Orlando on PTOT :*a(
2-car garage: completely furnished
2-3171 I ke,. 123ii'O. terms. W B. Nicholson. Kittinger : ORLO VISTA-House and 'lots ideal $3 rom.900 per year. Wonderful propertyfor HARRISON AND HAZEL CT.-Corner all utilities Carrwan and Boland street, Can be bought on eatlenm

R.lor. 1 S. MaIn; 2-1619. frepl.ce. Re.I,. 2-2852 or for grove or trailer camp Cash or $27000 See H. E. Wheeler with lot 100x125 today only $700; Inc.. owners: 672 N. Orange. Carrl- Why not purchase this lot and bu..d

COLLEGE PRK 2-74. terms. Inquire next to pst office Harold Shepherd Realty Co. 20 E.Washington NEW 2-BEDROOM 'HOME with attached I Ph5357_ _ _ gan_BIds : 2-4351 I IGLEST your own store Camgan & B', *n<1

FERN CREE SECTION bedroom LAKE IVANHOE SECTION-3-bed- Orb Vlst. St Phone 5124. gsrsge It'g nice and In good HOLDEN HEIGHTS lots 50 X 135 HOUSE Good location close Inc Owners, Carrigaa Bid 67J N

In Shier Lake Section. The latest I bous. blok; 1170 down balance ed.room with bungalow kitchen .utilities completely: furnish large ORANGE BLSO! TAi. S.-Here Jo.ton $7.850. terms Craig with _ft, each; Ph_9690 in Completely furnished $21 SOO Orange 2-4o51 _
on a
new masonry bungalow Large payments C. G.rltt. Broker. lot 260 x with S6 large bearing is the had for WINTER PARK-3 bedroom bungalow Broker, 531 N. Orange; INDIANA AVE -2 large lots | -terms. Phone A. T Carter 3-1622 CUSTOM MANUFACTflNG sliD

ro c'o eels, screened porch and 912, N-Mills: 2- _ citrus 15. street: circulating some time Twenty-two .cre of land with 3 baths Large 11.lnr 5013 50x14O each 9 bearing trees tz Jamerson and Carter Realtors, 12 lobbing shop Grossed $7 _.0

\hb 72 lot Nothing skimpy FORlESTSTl3ll 3 beo heater: attic P.vP ideal location and 3OO-foot frontage a nice new room and screened porch dlnl block off Grand Ave School and bus S Main ___ come in last 6 mom33 Bjsim -m

at._ !h', nice home. Price 13,500 house. bath modern 3 our best buy at with liberal I store building 2 deep wells pump. room kitchen and butler's p.nt1. CRISTMASNE YEAR Special- I Half cash balance $20 per month and I GUEST HOME-Well located in Lake plete with machine nols
age attached. with fruit. wsth 75' teraas Exclusive $-.8. P. Shum- sanitary arrangements for trailer Large corner lot fronting on small us to sell Interest See Daves corner of Rio Lucerne Section story frame in equipment for $4.SOO. Located 1, :

falPljOW G FED IC 118 N. I extra lots. E. F. Bohimann. O"Der. way Realtor. 140 .N. Orange: park A small cabin tha would do lake Excellent large tre. and landscaping his .bedroom home in excellent Grande and Indiana Ph 8296 fir't-cla s condition. newly decorated tral Florida onhe Past c7a5 on
Oca, 2328.RNEYSECONTO for o"ner' living time being. IS.. Runway No 1. In r' : a n
Aie D.I 2201 Conway Rd. Call L A. Bryant with Mar location for as little as $1.000 do.n inside and out Downstairs has good
88. LAKE LAKE FRONT Large lot close in,
Excellent location for rrst.ur.nt. sun- phone number and .'res' I. appointment
GROV ELAND Lake Front lot beautiful will tie W1i.ms. R..ltor. 21 W. Wash Pce 19.5. Her.. Go.ln Inc. $3.000. T J. Lindorff Realtor Fb i size living room dining room kitchen Wrtte '
tl' dry neighborhood store and Boj s i i
\ a: to Live in Orlando citrus. 3 bedroom practicallynew this charming new 2-bedroom home. tr.l.r Ins 8106 N. Orange I 23983 or 4737 I extra large bedroom and one-half _
or tourist park Price only S I _
bedrooms and CONCRETE BLOCK PLANT fri ttablisbed '
: home Cannot b* duplicated in 4>ath. Upstairs 3 lovely
Orlando Had.o for. I.rl breezeway C.I O'Har.-More: R.lor. 2-2380. Kno"lps LAKE KILLARNEY Riparian rights income $172 per month business in fasorar a
for less than Ou' corner lot. Paved WINTER PARK-Lake section I HAVE A 3-bedroom house com bath Present

(., '..1E PARK-This is a dream! $10.500. Immediate ocup.nc 16.0.. Call street 1 block f.to bus May baa _Pine COZY. furnished studio home. I pletely furnished- in good condition 100x137. Turn off Fairbanks lots at on upstairs only Priced to sell completely tlon, Capacity 2OOO blockc; 11merts

bath tile drainboards. Lake owner Orlando 2-O602.__ on easy terms.Dubsdread b ORWI MANOR SECTION-2-bed- large living room with fireplace Large lot plenty of fruit close I Wymore Road to Beverly Ave to Realtor furnished Including linens Has sai.lrsad siding for rsr.SC '

F Beautiful corner 10 xllO. GERDA TERRACE-Near Lake Ivan- rom nicely furnished home in good beamed ceiling 2 bedrooms all elec to bus and store $10.500 furnished Priced to sell $3300 Hastings $20.OOO. Terms one-half each Harold Includes hoUdini r-a -
V of fruit Unfurnished $13.750: hoe 6 bedrooms and 2 plus A new restricted location Pee $14 440. uric kitchen paved street. Price $89oO -good terms Phone .A T. Carter 62'j E Central_ Arcade> Shepherd Realty Co. 20 E- Washington and equipment. Price $8COO I .'

f" rd 5a.$ Roper Realty. large living room b.th. well built SetionNor.. bedrooms good terms See Told M D Sammie Francisco Realtor. Rm 4.Central 3-162. Jam"rson and Carter. Real LAKE KII.LARNEY-100 ft choice St Phone 5124._ ventory Bonnets 4c Bonny:' 14S N

C and :_2-3-3. kitchen breakfast nook din1S screened rm. $95OO .m.1 down p.yment May b Bailey Realtor 30 E Church Phone Arcade: "407. S. Main_ _ _ homesite on this beautiful lake GUEST HOME-3 squares east of Main: 5809.CASSELBERRY.
or 2-1035. with
C. PARK I porch: 2 with 1 Price reduced to $3 000. Lane Main St Furnished 1-room modern
b.1 -Furnished S-room car garage apt partly purch.s : 1940 ANNOUNCING FOR VETERANS new
WvTERP."RK Lke\le. le Broker 677
Herman Goodwin Inc. ; SHOP
.>. of rprs finished Beautifully and completely 3' block 2 lot 50x168i i iN I 2 baths 2-car Corner lot Easily
Karolina .
lntrrtln St-Winter hme.
t por h. large' and din furnished even to ':nens Due to illness Pak. Or sp b.th. maid room Architecturally I ._ ". brm. only $5OO Orange dial 9855 duplex Suitable for couple looking Completely equipped Please IsIS-
l\nl this
week lke .
New owner veil e.1 Of our ORWIN M4NOR NEW- LOTS Or mm Manor $675; North Price reduced phone Winter Park 2-2221.
kl eh.n appliances must Would make j.pt. Ist- ; correct for Fla One-half cash This aown on appraisal This is a good for home and income
t .r, machine $8 OO Allen .. In this beautiful section Pee best .e consider this one of the will stand careful Don : eb.nc. for a lovely _.home Phone east Section 6nO North Section for quick sale *16 500 terms T M

Realtor. 140 N Oranse I will surprise you Pre Garel. hardwood buys floors New bedroom frame Masonry 3 bedroom bungalow ,1b'' Ddle,. RrUor. 2-745.eomp.rln I 691. Noble South. Real Estate. 124 5750: Dubsdread Section two lots Harper with A-her Peter, Realtor 12
t elusive broker 85el attached garage tile bath screened porch and $9oO See W K Price, Real Estate .
Homes. St. SMam 2-4)86)
SP.'l.hz'l I near bus and stores Only $2aOO APARTMENT 1- } ,,,,_,_, "
I dry tub in garage Completion date 2AR-GARAGE 6383 >
173. 246 S Orange Ave Phone DRY CLEANING PLANT-
Cs.SW. A Y SECTION-Attractixe new I down easy 25. Buy for coupleLovely .
,, masonry Corner GORE AVE E Large white frame b.l.nc tems J.n for cow and select your lot with variety. of fruit LAKE FRONTAGE on Lake Butler in I HAPPY TIMES AHEAD for lucky
inside and out.
hme. trs.
f \'stey". . home Nicely furnished even Ben Broker; A. W. "olor $32OO See Reeg with Gordon-Beck. SPECIAL indermere, One of the few re1maining party who can ring the ben on this Locate one ol Orlando s bizltii

t la.s.. tie dix washer in the laundry large lot Evretel 1204 Colonial EARLOW G. Broker 340 N. Orange 3-16 6. =HOT lots on this beautiful chaPhice gold mine tourist court, located right shopping districts Alrr M 511

,ct.rcwet.t.d.te" 1695. plenty fruit $9,5OO. Dr.; dial .s'.te 3-3502. E Orange FEDRln. 118 N. 3-ROOM APARTMENT . 5 room home. Un- $2.500. For this and other I on Orange Blossom Trad The daily equipment is new Good lease at tl2i

f Francisco Rm Ave 8188"I.s lot. over laan.Sm.U I attractive floors. I ndermere property see A T Davis. take is $75 It will care for an ever per month price $10,000Termi can

c ql Arcade: '-' Suburban home room frame fur Great Live Orlando." Needs repairs good only.rental S3 SOO dltnc. corner lot H.rd.o,. DssOn I Broier 33 S Main, Phone 3-154L head pay you bark $60.DM and perhaps be arranged.

nlhe. .but 21' .ers. It of fruit t 1 terms If Sacrifice at $7.SOO. LOTS -LOTS -LOTS Dubsdread place $604)00) additional In
LAKE VIEW Tee Van Excu"ce "lh
n'r. ) 1 S. Slayton HEIGHTS Broker. 6 Deees.n.Wchurch. Rm. 12:Hoten 55O4 :. YES VAN HOTEN BROKR 6 Country Club Section-Golf Tiew sour pocket in next 10 years, This HARLOW O FREDRICK Ale ST.; s.s
E 6651. : Broker 118 N Orange
Reltor. : sounds too good to be true but we
Church. Rm. 12 Lots low $495
COLLEGE PRK : are as as
Furnished frame bungalow
2 .
bedrooms ORLANDO-Duplex bedroom apartment - 8188.23d.
-FNISHED' earliest Investigation as
HOMgLi I Winter Park-(Lake Knowles-Temple your
GORE AVE. EAST 433-Open car Pr. electric hot water I up bedroom apartment Section Lots low this is a rare f.od Come in and talk
Dr )
concrete are a* as ..
Hi a new block com to. heater down.
lot Lot by Year Orla ,
I C. R Emerick .qU'Ppd Ga.ce. 5x110 with city Close to everything OwnerleavlngImmediate It over Louis Ceeslin. Realtor 143 Conseeative in : la
I' 1 bedroom comfortable home. Relor. 50x200 $6500 The house. LARGE MODERN HOME Ideal for j jguests' $293
lot 75x1l5 fee ,. Box
Orange Ave mors. \, Othe overlooks oup.nc I N Main; 2-1464.HIWAYS .
for elderly couple. Close Tel Lake Front-Close in, The price Is
i tot : S2.OOO. payable $40 I.le terms A. C. 396 S-t.r. 4 sleeping porch
'._ .'' center and city bus Real GRAND AVE SECTION 2 bedroom Golden. 1825.. N. Orlando bath upstais. room dining only $1,050 The sizze of the lot is

.me room modern bath and frame bungalow 60xlSO ft lot BROS. AGENCY 112 nue Winter Open Sun. Ave S ROM HOeSE-fumlse must ell room den. Uvls with breakfast 50x142 17-92 AND -Frontage, DAIRY-EatabUatied dairy farm 35

car part. Steel casement Fruit and shade Near school and H"L. Ave. TeL Re.ltor. Pak 18. term$2900 I nook and '. bath down Large I Paved streets, bus service lIghts and I Urge and smalL Roper Realty, acres. 3O head cattle, 3 surge mil*-

S- tile sills. Offered bus $4.750. Low down pavment Vre Or.Ds 518.LKFOS PRINCETON SOL-SECTION down; balance $30 .I Iront porch and enclosed rear porch. water Terms 1-3 cash, balance | Church and Ham: 2-3433. ers. Complete electric equipm r.t
Unur Van Ne. on high late trailer as part payment: small monthly payments.Carrigan Owner ill Sacrifice Nelson i Dairy,
r. .' but Include electric Hoten Broker 6 W. Church. Beautiful fireplace in living LUCERNE house
t lr'uJt w store This \r.ns ni Rm._12. 55O4 Beautiful corner breezeway lot attached Select h.rd"o fr. 4t house left on Shannon Rd. I and another in master bedroom rom- & Boland Ine. Owners. I ICanIvan LAKE of 8 nice roomy- apartments All1 FalrvUla Phone County 1915-M

Suburb! sa.ce. TWO DUPLEXES nDe Bldg. 672 N Orange: IN Splendid
HOLEN SHO laundry apartment ble garage corner location Including nicely furnished Income over $4 OOO : DRIVE lucsun K i
trays Cannot
-Tt&rmm'o n. rom 2 tile b topp at lent income per year 2 lots Priced market Ph_2-4551 __ equipped attractive build ,
hom. has baths tile window sills and baseboards S!0 oOO-$ 100 cash 126 PIe extra below at year can be increased to $4 "OO now : ; (: -;

,"v'G mJDRIn. 118 I 2 tile baths oak f. Venetian ma'o: r> eon-cucton. *>.. < 1 I". ,,*< Ca' r i-16 Phrn.. am.r A\ aaragr : oaner R J RcI': Z IZZ isi.ii".tois ] Restricted Cal I ,' .. s'h A-lice S-cr .
818 blnd.breezeway to Restrir ooa aoutt .. UT: aN1 a .,I La; e R. a. or 12 S Main An:!' n siia C conveniences! 1:re'.c': : a :a,'an' T Aaf' ; 1;'
section Also 3 choice : Ny r:gri Invenent Co fc C $29 000 a litresir.age S Ill n .078t.
rsdenta ID acre plot Beautiii A BAR( AIN On ac ount of sickness n: cc :
I\, Great t Uva in Orlando.** 10ft Priced to sell Linton, lovesopma For appointment PAR bungalow AVE ,114 completely E6 room furnished NEW -- 2 J and 4 be"rooms j.rol block house Fried 506_E. Co onial Dr dial 8O6S : SI'OOO an be a. :um.-d DRY CLEANING PLANT-Fjr e*-

Broke. 23O8 Edgewater Drive, Phone are G H Klttredge Realtor . e -5xl 2 rdelr.tr..ar. Priced from $3.OOO to $28.OOO. Call possession 17.0. ExcusIe. I ORANGE AVE lot in Orwm Manor See Mr Stewar wth Harold Shepherd taPs sec James J. Hack? ? Raltor -

'3 315. 17 I phone 2-316 terms many ctr S ,or details Courtney Realty 392 N M Harmon. : 52 Dl.ne : I, $1100 C R Emerirk Realtor 610 Real > Co 20 E. Washington 6t 1317 Stab Blvd. Opposite ACLHB

-"ange 2-2471 :2-2945. I N Orange Ave Fb. 7348. Phone 5124 Depot Ph. 7588.Eun .

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60. Business OpportunitiesDRY I 60. Business Opportunities I 64 Help Wanted-Female 66. Sales Help Wanted 75. Used Autos for Sale 76. Trailers. Trucks for Sale - -- -- --.

I *un aH .
CLEANING PLANT An established I I CMPEN YOUNG LADY for gen DITIC OR FIELD managers CEROLET-194' dub coupe Lk FORDSON TRACTOR On rubber @rntnt@trOrI

business with modern eauiprarnt |I ofle work and receptionist by hosiery house sellingdirect Cars 904 good condition also double azsc STREAMLINECLEANERS :: >
tbroushout now doing good!I GOLDEN HAS Tourist Courts I In M D ofic Must be good typist: to con.um.r through agents,. Orange Ave. Phone : 521.I L. C. Ne.ton. Rt 2 Box 292: 1.1' HOURDRY < .

velum of business and located where and . Give full particulars backed by n.ton.1 advertising In.I (2)62" onUs Rd_ Lockhart__ DEC. 2S 1017 PA :15
plenty busineM ii ayallable. Real Court-Furnished house for owner. In first letter In own handwriting newspapers m.l.sne. No investment CADIC194 4-door AND LACNDRY --- -- -
stU Included No plume inform 11 rental In 8 other bousesSOO and statt salary expectedBox required : agents. Samples s.d.n without hydramatict. : HOUSE TRAILER 22 ft. moer

tion. ..Ie... Shown by appointment ft. highway room .. room for 420 5St.r.CLREDMA. _ _ '' and personal I hosiery free G opportunity ). R. S. Evans. phone 4321 Ish United. Metal and .. .E DRY CLEANING 1
or four permanent bed innerspnng DAY
for right party fol- 471. SERVICEPr
only Exclusive with Bonnett & Bonn .xp.nlon. Price 523'00 temNe. Reliable West mattress fluorescent lights QUALITY CARS
Exclusive territory Commts
.tt. J4S N. Main: 5809_ _ _ preferred No 10.lnl CHEVROLET 2-door sedan
electric brake C. A. .
.. 200 ft. highway basis only Hosiery : Arold.
DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT-Excellent f1rnlhe.. d for I cooking Call mornings 101 E Mills. Middletown Dl..re lrlg9 good paint Kentucky off_Washington E. Fix 47 CADILLAC C- ,
unt o.n.r Church StCOUNTER :, Dl to Jernigan Used : Ca ew
_ Peed
H1 7.uth of underpus. SERVICEPECK'S thin
17-92 < Price and .
corner on and 3 furnished "
untl. OR M.naen. fe 60O W. Central Ph. 3-1946. HOUSE TRAILER-25 new elec .lo. e
DIn'RIC F C.r.
to be sold with or without (23.500. which under cost. Terms.A GIRLS wanted .t'TC.f.t.rt. tric refrigerator. f.
I .lt.d hol.rl' Ranee
equipment. Unusual opportunity Only .. Interesting ; CHRYSLER 1941 But.n 1 48 PACKARD Super
selling direct to througb I Rnl4or W. J. Cooper. at Bob'a CottagesCheney tc SO.
$4.000. A. C. Qolden Broker. 1121N. C. on 17-923s worl. EXP.r.nce not necessary If agents backed by consum.r. dan One of the drive radio god
Orlando Are. Winter Park. Open GLE. BROKER you and willing apply .lIyrts.. car values of today Profit with Highway _ _ 48
? undep.s/ ing in and Delux-
Sun Open Sunday 1 today _ _ _ _ No Investment n..sp.p.r required by m.laZn....nt. Prophitt Used Cars.500 W C.ntr.l HOUsRAIER-18'. electric re : : watt PACR at USe

CAST SIDE-New Cross-state Hllhfront.u. LABORATORY. TECHNICIAN-Preferably Samples and personal hosiery .: CHEVR 2-door LT-1941-Stcal Deluxe .I; B.r..ln Truck Chevrolet. 1948 license 1946 E 21i- \\'. South StreetFREE 41 CL 8cct.. Oc e Jan.
but necessarily with for right partywith
not Good opportunity
2300 ft. 45 acres of o.ner.* !
way X-Ray experience for M D g Exclusive territory.. mechanically Christmasspecial stake body lon,hel bU, 1. ':;r 4468
hub land 2 bedroom country borne Stores (many some folowlne. perfe. low mileage bus ,: QUALITY CLEANERS '41 POVnAC C.-
or 8si273.
GIG BUSNE salary expected Box only DelawareHosiery I phone Cub
bath. enough other good bulld- ofle. St.t $95. Ev.n. 20x20 PARKING
with st.- tarpaulin Priced
) for quick beater :
tats for seven cabins with very little tions ktdl hotels courIs. c.r.ta\en'..repai 49 SSla. _ _ _ _ _ Mills Mlddleo..n. Del 4771 or 421.CHRYSLR1937. _ _ _ _ sale. Pure Oil St.tln. 1407 N Orange 813 East Washington 1. mle:

remodeling Highway frontage worth shops etc. etc. Tell us .h.t you MAIDWhite or colored; Orl.ndHot.1 4- -
more than price asked only $7.500 00 want Where. price terais. sales volume 67 Employment Agencies Bararln at $500 HOUSE Sleep 2 : n clear
rash Mr. Stone with M D. Bailey Save time inns our VI ... Private owner. 593 W. Church. Ph TAIL-m.l. .
m'"Y OPERArRf.rhUdrin.ai. 5 BROWN PERSONNEL : 9418 .. tr.s. CoPct. I CADILLAC -63' bfcJaB 7cr,
Realtor 30 E. Church. Ph. 4767STATION service Descrptrte Red Catalog SERVC for fishing Ida 4 .
rr-old Po..r and Nurses Registry II ; hlntn. trtp. P.rt Trade mllesss I ocr- .W I
Your 1.
outstandingalus scme Windsor sedan 1941 7 Car
904 m..htnp. Dora Manufacturing Co.. RYSLE : needs mo sell .
W. Central II
to 515 you I
t.1 wailed free. wu.x come excellent condition l 41 "
without the real s E Pine St. p.sn.r; mfclanically quire -33 W. Church St. OLDSMOBILE cc t :
31H'i W. Colonial 6 want help c.1 6326 For sale cheap City Cab .
Strout Realty PRIVATE SECRETARY-Must knowshorthand HOUSE Tlt.AILER-1947. dan Radio n'ce e''iei i )
27 ft.
1 P. Box 1583. Orlando Co 243 S. Orange Ave. CHOICE SELECTION ;
FILLlNO -With specializedmotor Drive O f'a I T.D
and be a rapid typist dem twin ; For A Later '
equipment and 2 lift lubrl- References required Good salary R 69. Work U anted-emale CHEVROLET-1947 Fleetmaster Folly dolly b..wnln.. 1401 36th I' 4 CADILLAC "60 -vJ .< 'ietan,
torlums This property Is located In I equipped. miles exceptionallyclean .
one of the most active sections of Orlando ATTENTION I' ply P O Box 3273.STENOGRAPItEStAISO COMPANION-Housekeeper or drIver.pre.rbly . must 7.0 immediately 778-J St.HOUSE OFUSED 4 CA1IILL.SC F: Ccery.
and has always: done an exceptionally -: DEAR general or in Winter Park Write J. Winter Park.CHRYSLER sU TIFr.l b cash Car thins Lua m. _

fine business. Owner is retiring to choose from! flee. work Permanent position : C. Ca. Miss Carrie Ro.sette. or Sioux ,
because of 111 health. 550 Refrigerators delivery Beautifully re- day ..k Write PO_ ._Box 2406, Eau Gallie P O Fla, ___ 1947 Windsor convertible Trailer Part lot 123 CARS Reconditoned C. McKELLAR C
club 'J
Y $8000 will purchase business stock. Imm.dl.t. Specially priced to dral SrJORPHEWlth knowledge XP-ERIENCE BOOKKEEPER-Also I Driven only eu. Baa. Will every sell extra or HOUSE TAI Silver Flome, 15 I I
equipment and long term lease If ers Call Come In. Write West resident yrs e.rlH. sen.rl cilice trade Terms to "li. S ft. **.tfttftmur
desired owner will also sell station coast Re-f 141O Broadway. Tarn 5-day week Will be interviewed after work . mimeograph;1 tvans phone 4321 monU R 73O8 for details .
buUdmn. on corner lot. 55x110 ft.. E Jan 1't Give details of experienceWrite 471 -
rapid typist: ; permanent

for arranged S23.000 Exclusive Convenient with terms Lane can Bradford. be- pa Ph. Y 14a7 ">. Box 392 S-Star_ _ _ __ opr.tor. ;; Box 4265-Star. __ DODGE I've :been-So'ldI.' -doDt rmembr; HOUSE .TRAILER clean Save-Glider.2. 18'at. only tornlsbed -r Several 1 nicePICKUPS

; 1204 E. Colonial; 2-O233: SHIRT GIRL and Press hands..-Ex- PACTiCAL NLRSE-35 yrs up-- born. contrary and even cursed: 575. Between Show B.t take Co.
prlen..d. Go hours and .te. Av.lable please come and get me for I needa Jassamine Trailer on South I Inc

I GLEN OPPRr1-. Senle.t.lOn : y.r.tons. Orlando. 516 Hampton Place P..re. Fla new home The boss wants $125i Ole. Blossom Trail .. east aide. ANDPANEL
Laundry 49 (
'ourlt Steam St.ph.ns.HOSET ssi North
. planned shade High and WOMAN Desires position i I 1202 W. Robinson _ _ _ 'I'
dry 250 ft frontage 4-lane n.w : SENOCiAPHaUKlble- Fire orcare of semi-invalid DODGE-1946 Customd JimCumbie IE-Iln alaItnn. 2.071f "YOUR

FISHING CAMP-On Lake Apopka hUh..1 cross State to Tampa Close :, or child care by the hour C.r. 904 M. Orange Are Prl.a tr rlt. 343 S 4147
Beautiful grounds Good Income.urnixhed IKhts 1.. block store buildIng one now bcned. Salary Box 424 Ph 3-1734., Phone 2-4521. Winter Park 2-:;

? cabins boat*. motors dock. 3 cottages acres cleared for ; S-Star _ _ _ _ _ LADY =Desires position' DE HOUSE 4.-'. aiable
store etc Room for growth. Price recreation Park. 4 acres In all for $8.- SALESLADY WANTED-Experience rsens invalid or housekeeper 8-I9Z-4 or-R.n.- condit! "

$28 000. only SIS.OOO rash Robert 500. Exclusive Hastings Broker; I preferred Age 21 to 35. Write Box for elderly: person Own and Cumbie Cars. 804 If Ave mil*' north Apopka

R Tyre Realtor 13 W. Washington 62S E. Central_(Arcade);_4237_ 421 SSt.r.ISTORAPHERMut. _ _ _ drive car Box 422.SSa. ___ Phone 24531.llS8OTO104e- O.ne NATONALtPk_ 4 JEEPS I .
6174. 1 !
I BEST LOCATION in Winter Park. 3- be nperl STDENT-WIE-E"cwl.nt office ex- Cuaton 4-door sedan. *. HOLIDAYSPECIALS
unt apt house in first-class condi- I responsibility i perlen.e day: workIn : low mileace for quick sale Poe. Red Corner E1tl and Use- PAINT
FUEL OIL BUSINESS-one of the 2 tile kItchens. all gas; private : ; interesting work: pleasant Winter Park Box 425 S-Star at $2195: S.t Pd B Evans phone doald._Eostis- Fortda Military ready to drive away

oldest fuel oil companies in Orlando bath N. owner can now occupy surroundings. 40 hrs wee*; see 4321 or 471. _ _ SCHULTZ= 1945 3ftA

Volume this year approximately newly furnished large apt Large lot. Mrs Young Dr. Phillips Co. 6 W. 70. Work U anted-Male FORD-=1941 2-door super deluxe ailer at a b2r 15. t
500.000 gallons Good equipmentand with good business opportunities.Beautiful Robinson Excellent condition. Wino Standard Motors Btox-
Original owner OPEN SUNDAY
a profitable business Owner has ground nice tenants $7.OOOca GENERAL AUTOMOTIVE MECHANICand om Trailat_ Washington MODEL PRICES '
Ph3-2ll2. 201 E
King Tudor. $ cc
Call 266.Wmt.r SCREARYInitmc.ntambilous _
S interest
other interests Price $15 OOO No h b.t body p.nter.cter.n eliKiblc ::5 CU
latest "arrived:
FORD-1947 and 1946 4 SARTA"-Te just
See Mr. appointment1st 2-ors.-
phone information please PrkJor , dent Box 408 S-Star for on-the-job training Ph. J-3581'
Folsom Harold Shepherd Realty Co. _ _ door and Jim Cumbie Frak Trailer Saws. 201 M Phone 2COLONIA 1937 FORD Tudor. $105
Sun after 5 week days conv.rUb. To stork fo-
or oar
MORTGAGE on equipment at ; SECTIONIZERS WANTED White Cars S04 Ave. Phone Ong. Blossom T.I.TI.N..nd reduC ii
20E. Washington Orae
___, _ .
liberal discount: going business women free transportation furnished TRUCK DRIVER-18 yrs experience: .4U1 used --Amert 1939 STUDEBAKER w. Ct 15"i fr -
equipment secured by 1011 lease; Box 403 5 to and from Orlando We guarantee resident Cam''o prices of th pats', : is
good lease Will sacrifice due tooth.r Star good pay while learning Bus prm.n.nt r.f..n.es RI sober 5. rel.bl.40-A iR-IIJ tudor. Run-ao. Good wood" and ."Iol.n.. "Tront Bonded MOTORS pion. A good car $75 Tbese ...ll a a>- I nran ii r r p
805 E. Washington. I Westmore $25. C bar . mast FT-n inc
Jnterest leaves W Central Ave. Shannon Rd and S Bumby: Highway. dealer for bottle gas equipment Accer -
FISH CAMP FOR SALE L'-r.-home AT BEUF Cocoa. modern Beach con andfurnished land 6 45 ..m. daily Monday thru YOUNG-MARRIED VETERAS- upt.lrs -rear --Coletnan and -Pre-Way" 1940 FORD Tudor A nicelooker 'imtil tn"RdJ.forneater ;".
6 double block cabins 13 new boats Friday Plymouth Citrus Growers | FORD-1941 4-door R.dloheat. ; awnings: etc ]1231 E. COLONIAL LWIAE duplexes Each duplex contains resIdent. 4 :yrs experience generaliffice 1 good dm.s SS95 : . spark!: 'I
4 kickers. paved road electricity Asgoclatlf yroouth: Florida sPtiht. Ankney Trailer 540 N. Orange n
two units of 2 bedroom living .ork. rapid tl'PIt. dictaphoneoperator 1 $ Lane Construction f.I. supply voBt Ion .
shade Best fishing Sloaselol '
high dry plenty R R let
and combined kitchen WAITRESS E"perlencd.HUlh's bookkeeping Box 369. Euttia. c. Tr 2-25. 1936 FORD. Reliable transportation .. paint ran t1'tS
life income dlnlnl
river in Florida Easy and room Those facing the I Grill 1 W.1 Str.t. _ _ _ SStar.COUPLEYoung. TRAILERS-Begin blK year by own- tdaJanr.nIn
night C. WLancaster tie -
407 days 8266 ; b.th -
Phone ; FORD 1939 4-door Price Inc $295
ocean ; .7oO down balanceat fast and ar- Danish your own home choice
: woman tr.ller
Plant City TPIST-E"pr.nc. 675. 2411.
_ at low prices
Tel.phol low
$57 month ncludlng insuranceand Apply as $40 per
per rfltured. sist "Ith care of a I FI. *T \\ *'
GROCERIES ANDMEA TS--On main t..s. prtrpo and interest 2809 N. Or.nte._ _ _ _ _ dren; m.n. but.r.housworl. cook. drive a FORD-1946 4-or super .h.Cle.n Wincert. 3330 & Orange Blossom 193S WILLYS 4 door Sean
highway: Fully: equipped and stocked. Those $J,25O $2 OOO Clean with heater 13 4OO Trail
Room for fruit display: Owner down .f.rnl name.est mcnthl.payments TYPIST-Must .be experienced rapidandarcucate car. Box' SSt.r. _ miles. Contact R. J. Bullard Ph.cu TRAILER-For rent::sleeps four. 'Homefolks'SMITH New paint and cle
Position for
ill meet selL make offer. King Live in one and rent tie other for permanent WHITE MAN-35 yrs old n.r IOU P1*. 2007 or Box 231 Seville a mo for only 13 $595
Real Estate 30 E. Church: 8435.OROCERY I amount of Pb 6723 until resident only Sat afternoon enced lubrication tire .h.nle.. Fla Trailer Park se.ln : 104-8/10 fallen can wr::eIII >

Mod- I 1 Sunday: p.l'm.nt.. Kerney Coo. offPh2-459I_ will work anywhere D R Stonecypher 1131 MODEL ( per can
Coupe. $295
e.n. STOaEnd: Volue Beach Fla ther '.r. W KITE MAID-Wanted; permanent ill Glenn St. Orlando rRI9Td Hill x Service Prac TlL-11 ft-sl.P.; ; 2 way 3-4 alien raeW
Sacrifice$100.OOO to $15,00.... Ln.. lease 399 I BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY of the position quarters: good; address".Ie Box: excellent 418 SSt.r.livIng 71 Airplane Sales and Service 5t.t," DvnPt. Pi W. L. Thompson.' corner of $850 LakeShore 1939 CHEVROLET 2 door 10.2 per c.r

$15.00. i year-Wanted aggressive partner FORD-1934. and Virginia St. llmneolm Sedan
5-Star ____ _ _ _ i 1 I who is capable of taking complete ences giving past experience and rfer- TWIN ENGIXE rating on Grumman $295. terms 91-or( s.nP Dv ri Very clean $895 INTERIOR PR I Il rn

, GROCERY AND MET MARKET- charge of retail store with choice land and for sale : I 1939 AND SEALER
Long refrigerator present Wld".on. sea instruments.Veterans P0513-1847 Dlux Tudor Low TAIE-N.w o rent Rt Coupe
franchises and
l.s. m.rch.ndls. training Or:ando mileage! andS Orange Blossom CIEVROLE1
12 ft. I Avl.lon
vegetable scales owner desires such a person to purchase nw wUh
el.ctrI display. meat case cash register 601" of business at Invoice YOUNG LADIES wanted for counter Country Club Ph Winter -863. ,thou. Crlstm. s ; As rnv rnrcl'a':ic "Red" said on 244-8/10 canon cans Wr .2)

adding machine electric saw .osl and take over inside while he work Group insurance. paid vacatlons VETERANS FIGHT TRAINING for R. Evn. phon 4771 o 4321 Tr.n.ISRPi1u" an new '(mas Eve ni1ht \ihen he 1937 $245 per .an

and aU."r. Good location A for takes over outside' business last year sick leave m..1 and uniforms private . m.'ructor. JEEP'46. perfect condition: very sizes of 'ms bottle of frm on the drpp CHEVROLE Coupe 37-4 alien carn ,e>

$45OO .Van Hoten W.Church over $200000 gross Box 413 S-Star furnished Cafeteria multi-meine ratl", On-Ihc-Job me- low mileage. (1000; 14J1 W. Wa. "Nationals"" : 1.l" Systems "Royals Xmas has done come and $1j (1117 per can
: Rm 12 54. .h.mc tr.nln" Ryan Fldd. Apopj.. bison : "A Stte": .n "Kit Companlon goe.
S.LNCL' I have the beet ect of .
g se ion good 1939
GROCERY AND MARKET-Good business 61. Bank IoarnServices ZEPHYR-'38; plenty com- S .Ietl. ,.nl. PL\MOJJTH Coupe ENAMEL UNDER T
near new ahooL Owner l.- YOUNG LADY for g.ner.1 office workin i:!. Autos-Trucks for Rent mIles. reasonable price; Trailer 8aes. Oenle Bm low priced can I have ever had nice. $795 .,1
Ing tonPti. 3-18J2 alter 7 pm.. I DO YOU SAVE part of cods d.- I large established Orlando business .1434 Sunset Dr Lake Knowles Win- at VnpjnVAGABO I am listing a few fo your approval Extr (WHITE)
quarters; lar you earn' F1.< Niwjal', Bunk firm Only permanent resident D VARNER U-DRfVE-IT-DrIY I -r PartLINCL VI< >-41 mode! 22 ft : slfP 1935 CHEVROLET
GROCEY-Wtth .Inn. includIng invites you to open in Ir'ece't-Sear- seeking steady employment: will b yourself . : or : 4; prIced to sell at (1.3oO 2 door
COMTINElvTAL-142 club Model A Sedan $125 .4-a '18 gallon cans
Inc S avinessecc'is S today: considered Beginning salary $ D Vsrner U-Dn'e-It. Inc. 234 W : Drrson $695
building stock. furniture 'erm. CcntralAve Phone 2-3153. "OUi. mileage, excellent 2-3 1936 Plymouth Coupe. new paint. sean n.n per
5' days Give all C- c.r
Chenault & Jennings Inc. Realtor PERSONAL ..k. 2 partlcul.r 1 ZIMMER-All aluminum 27 ft .
c'Uon 3236. :tn '
host letter Box 389 S-Star
a HERTZ SYSTEM- oVm Sleeps 4 to 6 28 1336 2
672 N. Orange ph. 7234 coat DRIV'UR-EL perrons
MERCURY 1948 club and 1935 Chevrolet ___ ( CHEROLE dorSean
Compare. When the loan Is for !" for kitchen work floors IS Teu.ks pa"enaer car torrent cop est trailer buy In America Bottled Coup .2.1 INTERIOR GLOSS F1V GRER AND MEATS-On main and 100 you set $ 93-Payments $ .34 WO\A Closd Sat Harmony TeaRoom bY hour day or seek Low rates. 375N sedan Rdio. beater B "... G M Frl ld.I"p. Trade or term 1940 Plymouth San ._.-6 $:5
Fully equipped drIven 1. 4OO miles
bl"b..I. $ 150 get 32 E Columbia near Kuhl Oran.e. phone 064.CUMBU South Florida niilr butor Prank Model A _
you 125
13"Pum.nt. gallon cant 'Wte)
Room for fruIt display: $2595 R SEvans. 101 W. 1
atock.d HI must sell make offer $ 200. you get lR6P.YD.nl 1567 Avr Ph. 5262. JIM C-DRIVE IT '47 C.ntr.l Reed Tra'ler Ealev >201 N: Orange 1937 Ford 8a Sedan _. / ton MODEL-A truck $495- 9&/10 .12 per can

O.n.r King Real 30 E. Church; 8435. $ 3OO you net 27P."m.nt 250 WHITE WOltANtodo- general mo.l and trucks. By day MERCURY. '4; 4-do sedan 1 no Blossom Trail 1930 Chevrolet Coup..._.$ I'a ton V8 Truck Very 5 :
Et.te. ... old; 2 OOO accessoriesPh 1934 Ford ._$223
$ 400 you get month
mlp" .1
37-P.m.nts housework Family of two References .k 1947 TWO Coup
CompettlY. r.t. lo"tn-
HDWARES'ORE. SUNDRIES $ SOO you get 4fP.ym.nts 41 67 required Live In. Ph. Winter 904 N Orange 2-521 Leesburg Rel eouipt-rd .Ith awn'n, Ranh tr.n.-l TO1 Model ..__._$31t'} go.95 PASTE PAINT
bat loc.ton $10OO you get 930-Payment* 83 34 Park OilS MERCURY-1939 5-rwssenger club Oranec Cur 1936 Chevrolet Sedan -----U"
long term attractive 12 month col."t. OLDJ S V:DRIVE I C.-Ne.-iar B" 651. BI.O Tri DODGE Pick
Ie. Above monthly payments: for rent by: .:I. or coupe RadIo. n. finish. immaculate -- -up Truck. $395 14-gallon cans iWte)
business and books open to smaller .k
prosptl.e Payments: for 15 months are 65 Help U anted-:Male No red tape 2 locations 242 N Interior prfec mechanicallyA 11904 per can

partners buyer.Mtundenl.ndtn." . s.l. Wil bear Figures loan in include of life death insurance The to Firs'pay Oranice Phone 2.4814. and 142 N bay at $W5. S Evans phone Sewing M&chme 1936 PLYMOUTH 4 door
case 4321 or PORCH AND DEt.KENAMEL
strictest investigation Price National Bank Orlando 4th floor AUTO MECHANIC With GMC experirnce Gal.nd. Ph 2-4347- 471. -' I J..R. $200
match $20.OOO. No phone information Elevator Hours a to 4 Sat 9 to 12 preferred Windham Gara MECURYI9 sedan Ver-clean Sean
ple.s See Mr Folsom Harold =e. 105 N Huzhey: St. 73. Auto Service Cumbl. . O Operator i MODEL- Pick-up. $225 .
BARBER Ave Phone SJl.
Shepherd Realty Co. 20 E. Washington Must be good. sober
f 62 Loans 1 p to $300 48-8/10 gallon cans Dark Ore: )
St. ___ ste.dY. reh.ble. $50 week guarantee. AUTO BRAKE JOBS'.nd wheel :
lUb'ttkt 330
MT 1940 can
-Furnished com I Furniture Diamond Edgewster Barber Shop 2.06 alignment 1-day service Wheelsbalanced RCYCFamo Steady work good pay. 5-dav week CHEVROLET 2 door 16.-4/10 gallon per cans. iBaitlesCJporey

HOTBUSIE north of Orlandoon At. : Finance L.n. Ed greater Dr. while you wait C A bump er..lnl sprmes $315.a. Congenial surroundings | Sean As is$G05 )

main thorouahf.r. Well known Burger Manager 1006 Met.1 Bldg.Ph COLRE PORTER-Must know city Pranee & Sons 1010 W Church. down 10 monlh. Ya. Bus I 1.Pmon Station at 7:15 'Homefolks'SMITH S3 30 can
and established Year-round Income. 2-(1139 stre.t. Penney Book Store. 17 W. A- GMENT- InSP"tion. Prompt Inc 234: W. Cen .- A M Slop at door ,1930 FORD Convertible. $595 p

Has 42 heated units hot and cold water made on furniture P ne repairs by A CMef
each room. Large lobby. dining autos and amends Orl.ndo'a "HELP WANTED-Man to one-stop service at Goodyear ServIce mils. 115. C Winter SUNNYTOWNSEWING These and many more to Southern States
room and Busy season Ju.tst.rtin. DAIY 300 N Orange Ave b
kuch.n. Garden
It own Home Fln.n.e Co. 3i4 in dairy barn Milking machine 31 ltw I found at
$13.5 InYalm.nt.. Harper can I' Metcalf Bldg Dial 2-0304 experience desired Houselights BRAKESREPAID-We supply aU and 6 p 1._ _ _ __ PLNTCASSELBERRY Iron RootingCompany

with b.dUl.t.. Realtor. 12 8. :1-------LOANS MADE from $10 to $30 and milk furnished Pine n.ds. also tires gas NASH-1935 4-door sedan Excellenttransportation FL.
Main: 2(1786.KRE strict privacy: ; last service : Ridge Dairy Box 583. Leesburg F and oil Dixie Sales and Service WSoutb for only (393. R S FILLEY[[ MOTORS

CAFE-South ednbft. Finance Service Inc.. 32 W. CentralAve Phone 684 Whit.EXPERIENCE at Boone St Evans phone 4321-or4771OLD3MOBILE .

.. on Highway: 441 Reagonably Phone 9857 DAIRYMAN-House BODY AND FENDER p ilnl and -'37 coupe Motor .- ,
priced By: ownerLUNCHRO"L.rnt. QUICK CASH LOANS-- Furniture . in person G C. painting Estimates . .. hoKtery and body all in good shape COMPLETE New Location 333 North Main St. RIO W. Central Dial 3-2794 PHONE 8139 ORlA 4NDO
note and auto loans 2-hour service Zieitler S Orange Blossom Satisfaction .u.r.nt..d. I). Varner Radio and heater Tae up $M per I
long lease and Family Loan Co.. SOt Florida E" JTrailced" 234 W. Central Ave Phone 2-31a3. month with tO C'h. Jol 111 Bea- -

man Bank Bid*. R W. Call!. manager ETRA-COR- t.urant-998 Paint Jobs25
wages. Paid hol-
wife Inquire 211 Boone St. Go hour 71. .\utoblrailenanted .
Phone 2-1681 vacations Orlando Steam OLD6MOBILE-1941 t
.. NEON and SIGN doing CEc.lent 'loc.tn NEED-$100 QUICKLY? Get It hl Laundry 49 w Concord. _ AUTOS WANTED Any make any sedan Clean good
17.150 which Includes trucks and on your own security: Florida depart model More ash quicker WYYlyJ 313.PL _
equipment A money maker and owner It. 21 W. Pine. 1st stairway east of MANi..SstnIhlppln. Call Frl lfotor. 751 N Mills 2-2174. __Business coupe 194O, A GIGANTIC

will teach business Well worth investigating Grand_Theatre. I day or Monday between 10 and 11 AUTOS WANTED-Any m.k.o" good buy at $85O See at City Bl HAPPY

No phone information Harry P. Leu Inc P. .3. StIne. Orlando model any Near Name your price Service Station 251- S. Orange

please See Mr. Folsom Harold She I _ : it K and W. Motors cor PLYMOUTH: 4-door sedan: radio -
phere Realty: Co. 20 E Washington NO NEED T SHOP MAN WAN ONCE-Must have Garland and '.r1t. 2-(152 : neater; (990 1400 KdgewaterPLYMOUTH SURPLUS

car; and be able Dr. SAL
AUTOS WANTED- Will pay Anal, Small Truck
RADIO REPAIR SHOO-iou around If you want extra cash extra' to meet the public, a rood .h.nC cash price for your car Ibt -'41 sedan: : o
fast for needs m len Super 1 IHIixo <=. SfiO Up
interested in going ..ln.1 be.u for a hUft.r: apply 716 Franklin 5t 142 N Garland 2-4347 242 N -95 "27 W. Princeton .nh
repair business write R. C. Allen. Sold On You. Im called the "Ye PORTER-White colored OrlandHotel Orange 2-4814. e Small dents or big ,
Man 4 out of 5 who or : LYMOUTB-1937 sedan wreck
830 ENe.. York Ave Dctand.Pla.RADIORZPAIR b..us 11.pint. Government Surplus Property
me set a loan of $23 to S3OO on salary AUTOS WANTED-'48 models Mde tires clean inside 125. 4J3 made like new COOPERATIONTo
SHOP In excellent car or furniture Come in or We pay up to $5.OOO for Cheney Highway upt.lr 1 ra. again '
location doing good bu.tne. All phone Ch.rl. Smith ''e Man" Jack Martin Used C.r. 77 ) PLYMOUTH* 1947 and :T7 Buckingham Army Air !

equipment included plus Inventory co. 24 S. Orange WF DRILLER-First class fully Orange; 8409. ,___ sedan 5 true clll. coup .
For sale to reliable party only Box next to Federal in Fla formation Good Il Cumbl. STVERSPONTIAC I NEWYEAR
418 Av. 5t.I. hours Cors 904 M Orange Phone Field, 12 Mites from Fort
5St.r.RAIBW Bakery 2-318. top pay Libby At Frem.n AUTOS WASTED-111 Bay that car! -452'

TOURIST lOE I 711 W. Church. Felix Wlnn andard Motors, oranre ,
of .. I Blossom Tr.t at Washington PEELEloui.TAIR x.i. <2 W. Colonial Myers, FiNOW

92 8 bedroom 4 bath lodge: small 3-1793. Ann Trailer, Park bring 1947 to a
separate house for owner all buildings MODERN LOAN SERVICE By One WANTED FIRST CLASS Steam elee-
less than old PONTIAC 42. Torpedo I; nice IN PROGRESSEverything
one year Abe.t I trio power station machinist Must D. VARNER ., wants to buy cndion
Ile your
siding nicely 'urnlshed 13 be Private owner 1633 Granl
of Florida oldest and most experienced capable of machine shop
opr.Une auto or truck and will top
few young citrus trees 53O ft highway I tools make repairs on any and aU prices immed ately. D. Varner pay Inc.. _ _ _ _i__ I USED goes So priorities successful conclu
frontage Immediate possession small loan and finance p.sersta lon equipment and capableof Studebaker Sales and 234 W PONTIAC-"8". convertible Ramble 5
price $zo 0 terms Garnet High. i doing electric and acetylene welding Central Ave. Phone 2-S.rICe. seat In good n.111 condition red tp. Ho loJ .Just bring 7R

Sanford Rt 2. Box_248_ I Private offices Confidentlal state past experience age and Good a bargaiOActqulck. moan
: eomp.nles FILLEY MOTORS INC buy, Sell t2 29i I IPLYMOU11134.eoune Refrigerators Let S. EVANS help
I' when available: Box_ 397_ 8-SI.r._ or trade oucrar :"I the phone _ _ R
y high
service No delay Term to suit COLORED TIRE CRANGER-ExPerI- dollar. See us at 200 W. Central or clean me- 1948 a carefree sion and to show}
RADIO AND ELECTRIC APPLIANCE enced. Top W.le. Uniforms furnished Phone Amelia Ml sizes . ill make, BUILDINGSApproximately
Store with modern uP-to.te service your Income Acceptance Corporationof Apply to Firestone Stores. lUG.FRANK icu year for you, by erasing
department knows how to PY MOuH-939 coupe Look j ap u i size.
.erlr Orange at Concord. REED.I 1g r iC11t
truck Well lighted building 25x100 Florida Horn office at 480 N. get dol.r for :your ear drives perfect.Hurry iactadIDE your transportation worries -
with all new fixtures which serve EXPERT RADIO M" References ,or equity: Cash minutes. Why 795. R S. Evans, phone 4321 I IiCARDElelent I i barracks ( 10 Rd.101. 'r NOW.

to provide the bet display for the Or.na Avenue In Orl.ndo Phone required to rp.1 shop ,give 'em away Give us a ch.nce or 4711. storage buildings fo iaraaet our ot

sparkling new appliances to which on percentage or salary baI with :201 N. Orange. _Blossom_ Tr:; : transportation. like NewCompletely apartment OOUHC barns etc. appreciation
the firm has six exclusive franchises 7136 Offices at Cocoa Winter Ha option to buy: business or will seU .. 1755 Clover la.n / critical

Good l..s at $135 per month. Price outright to rh.ble party Box 415I 'R. 8. EVAft'S -Worlds Aute Drive off Kaley.PLYMOUTH I .Hundred.ms. o ao b-ae We believe that we have

$30OO plus inventory of equipmentand yen and St. Cloud Same gen Ice! i ii I 8Star.COMBINATION. Dealer" I only in Laaa buy- 1942 convertible duo I I

merchandise This will stand srchouje"salesman. |Inc the Will purchase Original finish. 1m the finest assortment of
any coupe green
rigid Inn.UntoD Information onlyat I I stock man shipping clerk and truck :year. fnes. and pay an unbelievable maculate leather Interior and I itbuilt and refinished I the good tI'irigs:

ofice. I i 63. Mortgage Loans 1 driver Young man high school graduate I prlca on the spot. Call a brand new.nUln motor. Going fast for LUME good sound, dependable

preferred Must be capable am 4321 or 4771 (1295 13 down. b.l.ae In 15 automobiles in Florida.
HARLOW O FREDRICK. Business APARTMENT LOANS-Long low bilious conscientious and willing to S. pbone 4321 or
Broker. Iii N Orange Ave. Dial loans all of work hard Advancement opportunity month R E\.n. 1..0 b feet. various aims
interest on tjpef apart
8188 I mcnt bu F H.A. and eonventional with I large concern Apply by mail in WANT make 100 CARS-Any prie. any 471. ..sheath!**. novelty that have come our
dma. or moel Phone or PLYMOUTH 1932 4-door gedaw.Tireg $$129.50. I siding. et..
own handwriting Florida Pipe A I a.IXSUL
tn> 10.n.No brokerage Rex- ,drive In.
Pontiac. 62 W. motor and body in excellent
23d Consecutive Tear In Orlando" McQilL R..ltors. 128 N. Orange Ave Supply: Co P. O Box 3749 Orlando ( Ph. 2-2310.
Phone 4147 Colonial condition (295 Can be bought .IU MATERIALS 200 CARSto
THE 1 no money K Ivans
66. Sales Help Wanted MOST CAN DO for you is te dOtL 5
HOME LOANS-To build, purchase
consign y ourca r at your or I 4321 or 471. I cedarbaik
SODA BA AND GRILWltl beer refinance and repair Prompt servIce wU pay: market price Our prt.used "6" sedan American Rock.o epa el.. &lec from way-To any purchaser -
.. KetW I. $10 Reduced costs Complete plan RETAIL SALES CLERK for ..olne. ;lot at 100 W. Central Fla cat sri 1113$324 43a3 r.- Refrigeration dors. wdows. Ir. wCPLlMBIXG
monthly. Ave. beer and sundries good : Jefersn b..tr.f c.an
service available including plans i Inc. I
Worth .b. C. W. Walters Realtor specifications and house Winter hours must be tops in every respect. Motors,Ph,2:2 -._ Cheney s IB rr.BTUDEBAKER1946 ._ I
672 O.ne: 6509 Park rede.nl model. Loan local resident and furnish references. ''GET CASH IN 5 MINUTES-Any club sedan? Has ."fY! Hughey All Makes-from Crosleys to I

Aims 224 Park Ave. Winter Park. Ph 68b2 mornings only_ make or model Starling-Alexander overdrive This car is In perfect Black and saUanised watccpto. UUcts Cadillacs ,
Di,11 1 : .l'1 !
SALESMAN -Local \Motors. 501 N Orange Ave Phone condition Merry Chr stmas Spcta showers, llttuus etc. tte. of a u.:cd
TOURIST COURT- I LASS on all types of property: long torI. Naton.IY ..c.pted 7878. $U9a. R S. Evans phone 431

t.rms. low rate immediate m.inl.n.ne.proucts Warehouses located ''GET TOP CASH PRICE for yourr 4771. ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES All Models-from 1928 to I
One of finest In Orland area Closein service Harlow G Fredrick 118 in most ,'le for promptshlpm.nl. rell.rdle.of m.k or WILLV-937-e. paint-
on heavy huh N. Orange Ave Phone 8188 For a than average 'Car Exchange W. Washington Chevrolet alot new 1948's.All .

war Beautiful grounds (ma.cml.most salesman this t an opportunity: '.Phone_ -2882._,__ 1937 sedan New paint job By 5.II.hbn. steam lone M. .*etc SO Tvpes--from- BusinesS we will GO
attractive to build a and Mel Wills. 104 W. Ventral o..ner'l Iter. =
and beautifully budt. Cml.D MORTGAGE FOR SALE-S20OO, at nent .o-p.nn. prm.- of 1946 and 1947automobiles S H P.. 10 to 1 I'PTRMS Coupes to
lnts busines. Ualml.d 01 and older cars Barley
Excellent top Income Summer .n 6'o Intret. Will Inc.trade. Broker for tr.l.r.. commission . United L.b 'Wadsworth 615 North Orange 7b. .trailers. rucks lor bale I SpryConverible
Winter Priced H.rm.n G..ln : orstorieaInc Av.
modestly at $8.0 Cleveland 1. Telephone 8597 Cash with purchase

Before. you buy any this similar excel Or.ne.MORTGAGE -LOANS on residential SALESMAN-Young man to do servI I I OS-THF-POT CASH PAID for good A.LMA-l945---25;ntide ft. and Completely out. reconditioned THE LIMIT to j ,r

.Duystll.te 1 I and business properties in Orlando ice sli. in Florida Exper.nce or clean used ears Jim Cumbie C.r. as new Price 51795. Felix G CONDITIONS; As is where is Field You Name the .
car but '
not n.ce..n. Call 904 North Orange Avenue Phone now open for inspection Don wait
and Winter Park Low Standard Motors Blossom
tntr' H. G Wilson Or.nI
SEW3S.tN-HARGIB. INC Ralt.a 2a rates Bettes Investment Co. Tuesday AI.ebll appointment Hotel Mondayor : :.2-521. Tra 1 at Waslsin0ooCIILVROLE'i1946 _ di Come out and l U.ever and Color

W \aslwtaton. -J1.I Washing StPhone__ _8513__ SALESMAN Knowledge of_selling <5. Lsed Autos for Bale pick-up track '11 deride all that what s left of Barklrwham. Field Tulais in a bTc
I electric household miles Profit with Proph l erihIe
appLances Must 1.0 Every thins This is a cleeeoiatfinal. tem
REAL ES.'T LOVJS-Low cost* To have transportation facilities Must AUTO AlCIONzo to 5 cars itt lsed Cars aOO_W. _CDtra._ ( | new Unite You eoe.need no priority Ho We will sell
WILL LEASE STORE-In 100 block buy finance home and and car outright -
In Orlando Write and will 1945 1 ,ion truck
r.ald. state & CHE\ROLT" forms to fill out Mo red tape Jasi an
on W. Central; fo particulars call business property Trust Dept.. First CUalflc.ton. Write Box 393 3-Star I have over hundred car no.for .Tues 18.000 miles Bargain "al tut-. I par for it and its' yoursPlan but you prefer

9883 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ National Bank at Orl.nd 2nd floor day sale We had our lamest and Call Cioud766l.CltEViCiMEiF$4i i t
: S. to at this big sale to let
Air-cond:tioned. I sale last 40 LINCOLN Foidor b trade, we will make used to be ;
Householdand aene. Dst Tued.r.: t miss : 'a:ton panel In S. budding material Jn
commercial storage business I SALESMAN J Goff Automobile Com Co Lake- extra good condition. Low mileage below marke th d ". 'LIBERAL c
acres heart of city: 5O.000 $200O 1st mlitsaselisais8Stoc. EXPRINCE :land aBUC19

con, rete aid steel _su.re. fet car WASTE. n. house; 3-5 n.r; Box U you have sold any these lines I : Ph. 5819 1946_ _' _ _pickup_ '3 FORD for or. Good for jour ALLO\ArCE'1
sKins Excellent return for 406 o 2-0
room expantlon ____ direct to consumer: ChEVRL. right Cmm tires very PREARICAT
Business with real estate W ATE $3500 1st mortgage on I by owner Priced for immediate sale V.ry priced .1. Phone cean the year-1943.
bie Cars 9O4 Orange '
**OG w.').00; business only $45000 Write Elthet or- income property *'. interest Roofing Iul.ton aiding-paints. 154 E Pine ___________________ 2-45.1.,__)__ ____ 40- PACKARD 110" Fordor BUILDING
.r. In.nment. payable annually P. 0 Box electrical farm imple1 1 BCICK 1941
sin Nral 213 ... SuffolkVir 4145 .ppl.nce. Ro.dmate convertible CHEVROLET TRUCK U49. 1H tons Excelent cnditon
or sunuarspecialtk coupe Equipped M s 33 alGwerBment
len bks. cool. clui with S-band easy
,. C 0 E 18 ft. stock rack perfectmechanical .e
i white aldewaa and 46 LINCOLN Club ]
:'W REGULAR sound pic BUILD OR other extras One owner ties. be.tr. coatl.. Jerry L Rodeo Co tbu.
mott. on the "Direct exceptionally
,.rn.. at resorts ht.1 Reduction Finance.Plan. Invest in Writ us at once We are a national I'clean throughout Xmas special K WUler Garden Or One owner 16.000 me $149.50

tf' re dunnz We Tour future See First Federal Say- firm and have a real deal for the i'$1493 See at R. S. Evans phone I.no. '40 OLDSMOBILE "8" other sizes at 24 MONTHSCome
ceo mplete 10)eL:ion equipmentanil rags and Loan Association of Orlan nan who can meet .u requirements 4321: or 4771.BCS1947. CHEVROLET PICK-UP-1937. good Se A $97 50 .v.UI

f.'nv: to Iou regular weekly do SO East Pine at Court Street in Reply confidential M. J B. Burlei J Jsn. i and and cond tion, Uncoil portable .ell dan Very clean, excel
ba>:5 Write or wire for details evens downtown Box 332. DaUb Texas. .i-u m.chln. trade
2. Sl. lo
Pi am Inc S3S N E Second Saturdays -IdO W.Us I- I I Ible. Jim Cumbie. 904 N.convert Orange car 2225 _. Wash'Dton. lent mechanical qxjndl- Free deuTt-rr w. hin 30 miles.
Av C.r. -
"u'h.ml. Pord. Ave Phone 2- i iBLICK DIAMOND T_112t.p.nel body: tion. in today for a FREEDemonstration D. VARNER INC.
SEE '? ISa barsaln11.tS0! 1 ,
price '
good 1 1941 4-doorjit'xceflent eodltlon.
right between Orlando 6Help U anted-Female man with car Complete line finest condition Frits' I Mayer St 3 CHEVROLET Coupe.
e owner. See at >
am K'oimmee ISO front 3OO ft
f quality exterior and interior maIntenance 1( Hall Service Excellent buy I
Station. 251 1947
deep HI;Ing .tH'; store living paints for factories homes C1f. S Or- DDE TACORt21. CE MOHAWKWRECKING
e Jat:. 2 double cahin. schools farm ,i ____ tOE. '38 OLDSMOBILE "6"
ft.. I .sand: immnz klchen.t. BEAUTICIAN-Must be good 4255 famous bUIIIU. Line includes 'H1tY9LER-l937: coupe Very iood I34S ton with new motorAll T- 234 W. Centra! Ave.
.. pl lpect.a.s. B ack and have 5th wheels saddle etc. Good tires
n ned money maker 8ta- A:ummum Roofings, condition $395 Owner Telephone tan very
i.in 2 11. north of Klssimmt*. BKKEEERSnSORPH: etc. Experience auto helpful underco.tl. but not- 9421 __ Prices from $1.SOO to $2.7r. t. clean I'

D-nT_mis thi resident Bax prm.nent necessary Go commiIon.. The 'CHEVROLET-1940. 2-or sedan: A tractors now under .In. I. INC.
407 SStafBPAUTICIAN I auto transport Won R. S. EVANS Phone 2-3153
WOULD YOU BE interested '- Madison .. DPt. B4 34. excellent 4 pun permanent work
mat "fsrturinz business lal Cleveland Ohio. 1 Private _.er. $950 Call 1.1 Mon for I Call at TEN free !lubricat" ,' \:th every ,

Fe;. :r itt > sers heavy slid It ban -Calm Beauty ful demonstration " ..cknwW. Fi. I
Shop Every home CADIC-19 G 60 Special. S5" 3 W. Grant .
.1 II.tm.e! i 'o do ,M* rai s ritv jiKnd Phone factory sto office "WORLD LARGEST
.qu. e a Low Cumbie
r 1 ) hiv tISIMM to VI inter Park 22231. price long profit pr0pc.. Outfit 'N_Orange Ave hone C.r 9C4 -I41ptkup-trC. Ne.. C, P. O Box 1110
lai. ovrr ,plus! about S5OOO Innnrt Fne 2-521. prf."t. P- DEALER"
: for furnished No d -
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Page 16 tT h fi-unbau!; -rntinrl-6-tar Telephones: 4161 or 3-1681 Orlando, Florida, December-28, 1947 Visitors' Club 'I'Concert To Attract Hundreds

Olsen G. Fairchild u I Hundreds of Winter Visitors classical and modern music The
LeRoy Hoequist and local residents are expected program is scheduled to last approximated -
SlatedThe Ito I attend the second concert of two hours. .
H. Ryland Cox Program I
Milton E. Bray . , i I the Central Florida Festival of Hay O Eherling I i famed
E. Frank Gardner ; :Music featuring more than 50 throughout Florida as one of the
7 regular weekly programof : outstanding' musicians today at ,., most celebrated musical con
1 p.m. in the bandstand in Lake ductors in the State will conduct
FAIJHILD the \\ inter Visitors' Club, Eola Park. A. C. Slaughter secretary i the concert. Eberling. who
H i 1Iznm ponsored by the Greater Orlando of the Greater Orlando formerly was band director for "
: K, '+eeeaww.w ro'P.y+.w 'A'a.wl, l 3.N Chamber of Commerce, will Chamber of Commerce announced the City of Daytona Beach prior

. I open at 8 pm. Tuesday eveningat | to moving to Orlando will also
the City Auditorium it was The first (concert held last present several guest conductors.The .
announced !Sunday' and presented at the festival has been endorsed
------ yesterday.
The entertainment will feature city auditorium due to inclement by' the national organi-
Eleanor Pezzante weather, was attendedl nation of the Imeriran Federa--
The Keearate compounding of your presert x runner-up in l tion of )11I..i
<' "several hundred people who I and the Orlando
ontesiponsored" by radio station .
tion with the best quality drugs is my me \\ HOO to select Dinah Shore applauded the hand long after C it) Count 11. !slaughter:; said.
important duty. 'Y., :.::?i.. .r' of < ptmal Florida. She will sing thrI'ro'am:; was ended. j Arrangements have again i been
number of popular songs. Se\ The Greater Orlando Chamberof made to hold the concert in the
Brine year next prescription to us, or ha f fr .v v .v Mfl. e.." d. your physician phone it to us for quick c ." <.,. -enreci.I ov Donald and Robert Federation of Music' local No Slaughter announced.Teay's .
livery to yon. i / (Hilling: and Bernice Holton willing 3S!). have combined their effortsto I I programManbe :
; several selections of present what Slaughter termed -
tf. I .]li ;;; popu- de Concert F ntastiqu Pnrlk
> <.;'S ,,: ia' >ong Lucky Fountame will "the biggest' and best: musical Waltz from The Blue Danube Strsuarn
MOSES PHARMACY pe"' nm with his accordion a event ever given in Orlando's Overture to
No. I-1101 E. Colonial Dr. Ph. 2-3467 aeear.xlu' Wa'" ON A MAP OF THE WORLD, Mrs. O Mont- foreign fields of each of the 15 Orlandoans numbei ing,.: of popular and classical history.A number" of Central Florida's I 1 Herbert Somas Clarke Sunny Triumphal South___.. ,Plantation Lamp- .

No. 2-308 S. Orange Blsm TrL Ph. 9552 saria ia. gomery right( ] shows Phillip Raab, ministerial in the church's mission work, was prepared in Ruby Fatiila. will arrompanj : mot;:: talented soloists will complete Salon Sand Pieces Hungarian _Dance_____ No Brahma
student, where she and her husband were conjunction with the observance of the 40th the artists. at the piano. I a well-rounded program Excerpts from The Desert< Sent Romberc

stationed while in missionary work for the anniversary of the founding of the Missionary': Immediately following the program 1 which includes classical semi- n Guarany IntermisaionOverture ____ Gomes
Seventh Day Adventist denomination The Volunteers Society, youth group of Seventh dancing to the music ofKnowlton's -- --- - --- Selection I mQP, with ribbons denoting the location in Day Adventists orchestra will be held ors and local residents are invited Rumorecque Dvorak
--- from 9 until 12. All Winter visit- to attend Excerpt from Thr.Vuabond King Frlnel
National Anthem
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Installed J I Four Choirs To Sing Today Nativity Play

?4 Hour -
e I Four choirs of the First Pres- Scripture will he read by the IMPORTANT NOTICEThe
Anywhere Service hyterian Church will present a Her. Jack Powell, assistant I To Be GivenThis
Christmas' Vesper' service todayat pastor. "
5:30: p.m..featuring carols of Following the 'service. college
France Italy, England, the students of the church who are EveningMembers Office of This Association
Ukraine and Russia' as well as home for the holidays will he
Est. 1932 traditional English and American honored at a Fellowship Supper of the Church School ,i
carols. and devotion and You n g Peoples Service I)
presented by the
NATURAL GAS FOR Miss Virginia Carter Harry Covenanter Bible Class' Senior I II League of the Cathedral Church! I i Will Be Closed All Day
of St. Luke will present a Nativity -
Komnanek and Joseph Peopleswill and Junior'High departments of I I
YOUR HOME OR BUSINESS be soloists for the Christmas I the Sundav School have been invited Play at the Cathedral at 7.30p : II,
anthem The Shepherds': Story, to attend I' "m tonight. I I
o FASTER COOKING bv Clarence Dickinson. Margaret Before people could read and TUESDAY DECEMBER 30th.
before sermons were introducedin
Carter George, organist will play ,
S SILENT SERVEL REFRIGERATION the Pastoral Symphony from (i i Three Arrested the services of the church, the II
I Handel's The Messiah and Ariosoin clergy used to act out the GOspel and
ECONOMICAL WATER HEATING A, bv Bach For Kidnap Slaying stories. In England during'
o MODERN AIR CONDITIONING The" Carol, Crusader" Chapel I I I.1OH the Middle Ages. the Nativity !!
CLEAN HOME HEATING and (Chancel (choirs directed by SON CITY. Tenn" rlTPI[ | : Play became the favorite theme WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 31stThe
Mr. and Mrs Joseph R Mackie. Three men were arrested here !!, l because of its human appeal and ,
vesterday for taxicab winomeness' I I
Natural Gas and Appliance Co. will traditional join together French in carol singing Shepherds the driver, \\'. kidnaping('.. Floyd. and a the- !!, The prologue in the St Luke's details in preparation for the payment of If
holdup-murder of a service sta- Nativity Play will consist of five
in the Field \biding with i dividends January 1 1st make this closing neces-
ORLANDO SA'IoTORD' the Gloria in Excelsis< Deo in des- tion operator C. \\'. Brown, 50 scenes, the Visitation in the
last night and police said house of Zacharias Christmas sary.
cant ;
1249-N. Orange Ave. FU. State Bank Bid:. arrangement
confessed to the crimes and Me at Bethlehem; with the
l>r. Marshall C. bendy, > I
Phone 4678 Phone 1252 |
named the the fields the I
a companion as triggerman Shepherds in ;
', will offer HIP invocation, I
% I manger in the stable: and the j
kesper| J prayer. and benediction.. OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY'
The I i I
men were identified as'' Adoration of the \Iagi-in a
I Vernon and Robert Cook brothers house at Bethlehem. The Epilogue -', .
both of Johnson City, and I will follow.' |
Harold Fox Jonr>sboro, Tenn. Deeis S. Banner 'a member of ANDWEDNESDAY.
.- I the Cathedral Choir has served !! DECEMBER 31ST

India Trade Unions as director The Junior Choir. Office Hours Are
under direction :
I of11'5: C. Ernest
Values Strike Tomorrow \\illard. will take part in the WEEK DAYS S\TURD1\S
VES4.N In 9:00: \)1. ::00 P.I. 900A.M. 1:00 NoonINSURED
M V A BOMBAY [API] Executives of program.
wN nearly a hundred trade unions Members of the Nativity

... decided yesterday to go ahead flay east are: Mjirne Pun- !' S.\FETY-\"Ount in thin Association" are fully Insured up to $ ,OOO by
with for hon, Johnson, \\'ilhaniMopher
plans a one-day general Joy an instrumentality of the Lnited States Government.
strike tomorrow. The strike was Uobert Mrlio, William
Rugged WORK CLOTHES called as a protest against alleged .lenkeindiew Garrett,
I failure of machinery for settling Francis Cap chart llaiuldIcander.
labor disputes .\ : Saving is the Difference Between Wishing and HAVING

I i i Also John McFadden r Leroy
DISTIM.KK IMKS Springsten, Duncan McCarthy,
BARDSTOWN Ky. [ API] Katherine Barker Mary Lee First
/1 CHAMBRAY SHIRTS Tames B. Beam, 89, member of a Gwjnn Marion Riecken, Elaine i Federal Savings' & Loan Ass'n
famous family of Kentucky distillers Tones, Sarah Broward Dennis i iI
.. was found dead in bed at Johnson. Jock McElroy, Carl i
Sanforized! Full cut, Re-Inforced! his home here yesterday. Cannon Elizabeth Hill Kenneth : of Orlando
I I Harker, Paul Gumm and William
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Tea Table :'. : I Ir

P PI 7 7 r '.: .\. :.i; . .1 Sets Holiday

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Activities during the t: ''.::-.y
CYNTHIAA : : r season at the Officers' Cv! (include
lj i1
;<'j[< i: : the formal New "\ eai! C -e
Yule-tide celebration which ....
I =, >- i party and dance from 9 p : n 1
will linger long in the mind and ail a d y a.m. on Wednesday. Jimmy \ ,*.
heart was the open house Christ- 's" ; ; lox's orchestra will furnish rz
the Rosalind Club . }.
. c %Day at ., for the gala affair, and n a-
J a you -know the club always aY S c'w :; ., : 'i: .,. \ tions must be made by calla':: :: .e
looks pretty for any and all occasions : t1. '

heights,that but day it. .reached Frosty white new L.< .." .\. J(' i. R y t 1' :<[ ; : ;:)r'Ai ;JP' i,Leo club On Walton office.New Year's, commanding Day Brag: :I In.c:; '>: .

Christmas trees . candles in " t '. .,
: ForcetJ
--. .. x. eral of the 14th Air
:, ; : ..,i'J' "
every window, and the shades : r t. ;" > :to I' I CoL Early E. W. Duncan. c- :.t:
drawn so that there was only the l r, commander, will be joint b< -' at:
candlelight and the colored a reception at the Officers't;:: ...:bat
bulbs on the trees . And as for r- 4 .
the tea table, that three-foot San- p.m.Today
y O from 5 to 7 p m t1-: r
ta Claus of bright red satin stole ".' lando Air BaseVomen's > -.b
the show. He was bewhiskeredand
.:'. members are entertaining;: vT: i a
twinkling, and the sleigh ....... ..... .:. ., rN holiday reception at the Oncers'
ribbon in out-
reins of red one Club.
hand stretched to the ]
; Next Saturday night: the regular :
silver coffee urn . Because it .. '
weekly dance will he hr' at
was a family affair the crowd ktka: 'the club from 9 p.m. to l a was as varied as it was friendly .. t A I with Jimmy \\ llox's orchc-::;::-a
'' j
well their
. collegians as as
. playing.
parents . SIDNEY and HOPE >. ; I

their NEWELL ELEANOR two were daughters HOPE; accompanied. SUE. ELIZA-and by- .1. I1L ttJ-U I2 ia I Two Couples

HALEY looked fetch-
BETH very .
Ing in a long black skirt and pre- a 1 Invite Friends

cious white blouse . The JOE __ '

BUMBYS were? there . And L
d t ; IV' For
ditto JEAN and JIM PITTMAN I J ; I TodayJoint

. SALLY and CHARLIE : hostesses for a holiday
BRADSHAW and their Christ-
party are Mr. and Mrs. Merger
mas holiday houseguests, MR. I Henry and Mr. and Mrs. Robert
and :MRS. SIDNEY SMITH of l YS I Li i .r.. L. j Gregg.
Bradenton . DOROTHY
I The cocktail party will be today
MlUGHTON made a lovely picture from 4 to 6 at the Gregg'shome
as she presided at the cut- ]tiqa j 1206 Nottingham Ave.
ting end of the fruit cake, for w have invited
I The two couples
she was wearing a gown of white I over 100 friends to call this afterTivo -
crepe with lots of gold sequins 4 ,noon.
trim that shimmered in the can- d
dlelight . The GEORGE CAR-
TERS attended and the BUELL { Holding
''the GEORGE LIPPLES, DR. and I I ,,.
MRS. MARSHALL DEN D Y, 'r 3 w Open HouseMiss

latter the mother of Rosalind's 1 j -- Margaret Ann Marshalland
gracious president MARY :MOSS. MRS. MASON HILL. WHARTON Miss Kitty Callanan, students
BETH ABBERGER and MARY . wed last night . her marriage announced today. at the University of Florida, are

BRANHAM presided at the tea '* & -* entertaining with an open house
from 6 to 9
table today pmThe
000 l'f Held party will be held at the
It would take a dozen Cynthlas Miss\ Meisch\ Mr.\ Wharton Underill-Twitty Wedding Camp's home.

to keep up with all the parties The hostesses will be assistedby
that are' taking place during I United In Church / .- Last Night At Local Church the Mmes. V. D. Callanan
these exciting holidays, but here Sanford MRb. PEY ION TURNER WILSON Martie J. Williams, C. Jack Camp

are just a few . DR. and MRS.A. I A candlelight service, performed >nink and rose-red; outlined and . the former Patricia Maxcy. Outstanding among the wed>to a point over the wrists, a and Miss Rita Callanan.
W. PARKER had an*informal I sti! ''dings of the Christmas holiday sweeping train, and marquisetteyoke.
tied with bows of and American -
last night at Holy Cross Episcopal -I[ aqua I
eggnog party Friday night out the last She double strandof
r Beauty tulle. Their head- season was wedding wore a Miss Hill'sE11gage111e1lt
at their charming place in Winter Church in Sanford, united I,dresses were tiaras of matching Miss\ Maxcy\ Of Frostproof night when Miss Elizabeth Lang I pearls, wedding gift of the
Park . the TOM GUR- in marriage Miss Edith Sylvia I tulle and flowers. Twitty, daughter of Mr. and bridegroom. Her veil of imported
NEYS had several; friends in for Meisch, daughter of Mr. and j' Jack Batten of Orlando servedas Mrs. James Chapman Twitty, be- illusion fell from a tiara of seed
dinner on Christmas Day '. Mrs. Edmund: William Meisch, best man for Mr. Wharton, Becomes Bride Of j%I,.. Wilson came the bride of Harry Judson 'I pearls, and she, carried an arm
and of Sanford, and Mason Hill
yENRY and the ushers were George Kirk, Undcrill 2d, son of Mrs. and bouquet of white carnations centered -
invited guests in for cocktails Wharton, son of :Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Murchison, William Proctor I In a lovely garden setting last wore=, gowns of emerald green velvet Mrs. Judson W. Underill, at the with an orchid. I Told TodayMr.
Friday afternoon at their homein William Watts! Wharton, of Or- Park Lake Church. The bride's sister, Mrs. Adele
and Jack
Spring Lake Terrace . DICK lando, in a double ring ceremony.A rix,, all Guy of Riley Orlando, and Thomas Hend- I I Sunday afternoon at the home of with marquisette yokes ending I The ceremony was performedby Floyd was matron of honor, and and Mrs. James Harold
of nuptial music Mr. and Mrs. Latimer Maxcy in in a softly draped bertha effect Maitland announcing
and JACK LEE's cocktail party program Vaughan of Sanford. Dr. Robert McCaslin, minis- wore a gown of dusty rose taffeta Hill of are today
Friday night preceding the Pan- was given by Miss Margaret Little Diane Wharton, niece of Frostproof, their daughter, Miss Three-quarters length ter of the church, and a programof the very full skirt being the engagement of
Davis. William Blair, brother-in- the bridegroom, was flower girl. Patricia Maxcy, became the brideof sleeves and fitted bodice and full nuptial music was rendered by fashioned with a bustle bow in their daughter, Betty Cary. to
1.Contdnued on Fag'! 19, Col. 11] law of the bride, : of Tex-
sang. I Her long dress was of light aqua Peyton Turner Wilson, son of gathered skirt were other features :Miss Ruth Jernigan, church or- back. She wore matching mitts, Page Scott Buckley 3
On the arm of her father, who will t .:le
Tex. The wedding :
taffeta with a full skirt and fitted I of the dresses. They carried ganist. and carried an arm bouquet
gave; her in marriage; MissMeisch bodice. In her hair she wore a Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Linwood I I. muffs of mistletoe with The church was beautifully decorated pink carnations. !place the latter part of Jnr.uy
Miss McCalla approached the altar garland of sweetheart roses and Skinner of Charlotte, N. C., and white berries centered with a with arrangements of I Bridesmaids were Miss Harrir Miss Hill is a native of FI<"-.da,
through rows of burning tapers tulle, and she carried a basket of Sanford. cluster of white carnations.The white gladioli and calla lilies rtte Twitty Speer, a cousin of the and her paternal great- r..d1"lr':
Mr. in candle-holders on the pew The bridal party approached bridesmaids, Mrs. R H. massed against a background of bride from Atlanta Ga., and :Mrs ents were pioneer residents t L::v-
Heasley ,ends along the center aisle. The [Continued on Page 18, Col. 41] through an avenue of fern and Gibson, of Avon Park; the Misses I palms and plumosa fern, Inter- Joseph W. Westbrook Jr., of ing homesteaded in Orange County
:altar and chancel were arranged (carnation trellises to the palm- Miriam Rag rlale of Atlanta; spersed with four seven-branched Greensboro, N. C. They wore in 1870. She is a granddai,h-
Plight Troth with pedestal baskets of white banked altar. The Rev. Hugh M. Mary Gene Bailey of Williston: candelabra.The identical gowns of turquoise blue ter of the late Mr. and !>!,'&,
gladioli and snapdragons, tall Miss Phillips' Jefferson, minister of the Pres Brock Hill of MnitlarO.;
Joyce Blarkwell. of Fort Lauderdale bride, whos was given in taffeta fashioned! similarly to thatof Sumpter
Mr. and Mrs. John Christian palms and branched candelabra, byterian Church of Frostproof, ; and Carol Skinner, sister of marriage by her father, wore a the bride with full skirts featuring A graduate of Rollins College in
McCalla of this city are announc- holding The bride white tapers. performed the double-ring. cere- the bridegroom, of Sanford, wore gown of white brocaded satin: bustle bows. They car- the class of '47, she is now csso-
ing the engagement and approaching wore a gown of tra- mony. gowns of lime green, identical of fashioned on princess lines, with ried arm bouquets of deep rose dated with Clinton National Laboratories
ditional bridal satin fashioned Mrs. l It.[ B. Cordes, pianist, and at Oak Ridge. T<-", .
mrftTiage of their those of the honor attendants. long fitted sleeves which came' (carnations, and wore matching
daughter Jessie Reba, to Rob- with a molded bodice and long, .' :Mrs. Elbert McLeod, soloist, rendered They carried muffs made of holly flowers in their hair. as a chemist. She is an ai-tive:
ert Paul Heasley, son of Mr. and tight-fitting sleeves. From the the program of nuptial with red berries, centered with a Madelon Floyd, niece of the member of the League of Women ;:
Mrs. S. Merle Heasley and grandson shoulder line yoke of illusion fella Mr. and Mrs. Joel P. Phillips of music. cluster of red carnations. Miss Barber bride, was junior bridesmaid. ,Voters and is a member of t'\e
of rich heirloom
of Mr. and :Mrs. Delbert G. The skirt lace. Winter Park are announcing theengagl'ment The bride, given in marriageby Little Susan Skinner, sister of She wore a gown of shell pink World Government Committee cf
Heasley, of this city. featuring a drapetl her father, wore a gown of the bridegroom, flower girl, worea 'taffeta fashioned! with cap the Assn. of Oak Ridge Engineers;
hemline either side in of their
Th? wedding will take place on front daughter, white satin fashioned on period matching gown to the bride's.Al Bride-Elect i sleeves, a full skirt, and bustle and Scientists the American
Saturday Jan. 24, at the First beneath which showed rows of Mary Jane, to Asa Wilcox Hyde, lines with marquisette yoke trim- Milton, cousin of the bride, bow. Her gloves were short white Chemical Society, the A:-;i) of
Methodist Church and plans for matching laces, ended in a long, son of Mrs. Florence Wilcox med with imported French lace was ring bearer.Burleigh i ones brought from Italy by her Scientists for Atomic Edui the ceremony will be announced sweeping sheerest imported train. Her bridal veil illusion was of Hyde and the late Mr. Marvin and full gathered skirt on a fit- Hale, of West Palm Of Mr. KeithMr. I uncle Col. James Twitty, and and is doing graduate worl) .; in

later. with tiers of Foster Hyde, Woodstock and ted bodice. The long sleeves ended Beach, served as best man. Ushers she carried a colonial nosegay of the Institute of Nuclear Stud cs
Miss McCalla and Mr. Heasley, and seed New London, Conn. in points over each wrist. The were Robert Vincent, of and Mrs. Percy Owen Barber mixed flowers. Her :younger sister toward a Master's degree
whose families are pioneer resi-- bouquet of pearls.Eucharist She lilies carried, a The wedding will take place hemline of the skirt was pickedup Mount Dora; Harold Brady, of of Goldston, N. C., announcethe 'I Jacquelyn Floyd, was flower :Mr. Buckley is the son nf Lt
dents of Orlando, attended public tered with white orchids cen-and some time in the Spring, in Winter across the front with a period West Palm Beach; Mack Cleveland engagement/ of their daughter girl, wearing a dress of pale blue and Mrs. Walter A. Buck" of
schools here. Miss :McCalla at- showered with lilies Park. effect of small ruffles of lace ,of Sanford; Raymond Haley. Martha Jeanne to Harold taffeta fashioned similarly to her Hampton,Va. He graduatrd f r':a
of the
tended Virginia Intermont in' Miss Caroline valley. The bride-elect attended Win-' placed under the satin to form a -Ir.. of Orlando Jimmy West, of Hanhnge Keith of Charlotte, N. sister's. She carried a white satin Columbia University with a d>
Lee. cousin of
Bristol Va., for two :years, and I the bride was maid-of-hohor The ter Park High School graduating petticoat and was held full with a DeLand, and Eddie Pond, of C., son' of Mr. and Mrs James basket from which she droppedrose gree in chemical engineering a.- d
later graduated from Florida bridesmaids included the Misses in 1943, and was graduated from hoop. Small clusters of orange Frostproof cousin of the bride. I Byrd Keith of Orlando. petals in the path of the was first associated with a consulting
State University. She is a mem- Mary Ann Whelchel. Lyllian Brenau College, Gainesville, Ga., blossoms held the picked-up The bride's mother, Mrs. The wedding will be solemnized bride. engineer in Ottawa ('ar-
ber of Alpha Chi Omega socialarority Boyle. Audrey Bach, Camille Bat- in 1947. She attended Rollins gathers in the skirt.A :Maxcy, wore a moss green crepe in Spring 1348. Best:: man was the bridegroom's ada, after which he joined the
and the Spinsters CotilMi ten and Mildred Robson all of College for her junior :year. She regal crown interlaced with fashioned with matching sequins The bride-elect is a graduate brother, Robert Willard Underill. Monsanto Chemical Co. He v _3
Club of Orlando. For the past Sanford, and Mrs. Ross of is a member of Delta Zeta na- satin and illusion pearl trimming and a draped skirt, and a corsageof of the Woman's College of the Ushers included John Walter with Monsanto during this sari
year she has been associated with Orlando. Their of tional social fraternity and her held her fingertip veil of illusion. yellow rosebuds. Mrs. Skin- ''I University of North Carolina in Tucker Jr., Louis Pooser, GeorgeS. pany's operation of Clinton 1 :ab-
Hall Brothers Agency.Mr. identical design gowns in were velvet last year at Brenau she served as The only jewelry the bride wore ner, the bridegroom's mother, Greensboro, where she majoredin I Hammond and James H. Grant, oratories at Oak Ridge. Tc::n.,
Heasley attended the University featuring fitted aqua bodices, corresponding secretary of that was a pearl necklace given her chose a grey crepe with silver I music.! all of Orlando. I and was recently transferred o:
of Florida prior to his with Peter Pan collar basque sorority. by the bridegroom She carried a sequins and she also wore a corsage I Mr Keith was graduated from I The bride's mother. Mrs. Twit- I their plant at Texa; ('itv. He.3
service in the Army after whichhe tons down the bodice,front tiny but-and Mr. Hyde graduated from Chat- I muff of small white orchids cen- ; of white camellias. I the University of North Carolinaand I ty wore a gown of black crepe I a member of the Amn:' JT returned to the university full bouffant, hip bustle skirts. man Tech and served with the tered with a large orchid I A reception was held in the is a member of Beta ThetaPi I fostering aulk lace top with I tue of Checimal Engincc Oe
where he is now majoring in real Each wore short white gloves 79th Infantry Division overseas I' \II-: 1 aura Jean :Maxisister garden after the ceremony. Both |! fraternity. At present he is a I bracelet-length sleeves She wore' [Instrument SociPtv estate. He is a member of Alpha and carried Colonial bouquets of I for two years He is a member 'of the bride and her maid of the cake table and punch table buyer for the B. B. Ivey Co. of a corsage ot pink 'Carnations. Mrs and the American c.. ,:C.=.,_> Society
Tau Omega social\ fraternity. .of the New London Yacht Club. honor and :Mrs. W M Barnett of Charlotte N C .
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. January bride-elect. . affianced to Connecticut '
man . engagement'cnnounced.; . .

ft r 1t Srntlnri-S'tar Telephones: 4161 or 3-1681 Orlando, Florida, December 28, 1947 '-
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Enstis GirlEl1gaged Pope ; ,I ,Miss\ ,Moon

Rosalind Club New Year's Eve BrideElectOf

Erilliant Annual I $ :
To Marry' Ball EventThe Mr. Lee

Mr and Mrs. Ralph H. Mul-- _ _ Rosalind Club will be the ., I\es daughters of Mrs. Lois Fuller ; --1 Mr. and Mrs. G. S Moon of
holland of Eustis announce the _ _ _ _ _ scene of the most outstanding I\es and Sidney Ives 3d of r4'1 Oviedo are announcing the engagement
sexual event of the Winter season Ellijay, Ga. Nancy Layton ..
engagement and approaching when. on Wednesday night the 'daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David j of their daughter,

marriage of their daughter, Bettyto annual New Year's Eve ball will I I Albert Layton: Eleanor Hope S ::. Martha Anne, to Charles S. Lee

John Allen Shaw Jr., son be held. I Newell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. C. S Lee

of Mr and Mrs. J. S. Allen of 1- Last year the Rosalind Club 'Sidney P. Newell; Nancy Dendy also of Oviedo.
of daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Marshall
will take established a precedent presenting -
Umatilla. The wedding The
attended Stetson -
place in April Complete wedding -o a group of Rosalind C. Dendy; Lee Hutttg. \ r ..
details will be announced later daughters to Orlando society, and daughter of :Mr. and Mrs. John N University, where :she: was a

The bride-elect attended Ohio thu. year the debutante group: P. Huttig; Gay Cuhlx>rlge, daugh. member of Zeta Tau Alpha fra
Wesleyan College where she wasa includes fifteen members of the ter of :Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cub- ---h '. ternity.Mr. .

member of Alpha Chi Omega younger set Ten o'clock has hedge of Maitland; Grace Butt. .... .. Lee will graduate in \Iarrh
sorority. She graduated last June t .j been designated as the hour !daughter of Mrs. Cecil Butt; Sha- from Georgia Tech. He I ia men.
from Stetson University. At when the presentation will take I' die Beardall daughter of Mr. and ber of Pi Kappa Alpha fr.' .rn-

present she is a member of the piare ,tml an elaborate program Mrs. William Beardall. Plans for the wedding); \\.11; t 63
teaching staff of the Umatilla hci! own .manged, under the direction Barlmra Leedy is also a mem-I Sj&A announced later.Announcement.
SchoolMr. ; of Mrs. Linton Allen, l her of the debutante list and of the enze

Allen is attending the University chairman of the entertainment will Ix presented in absentia. The I \ ment was made to a gp; of Th3
of Florida where he is a committee and Mrs.V.. \\'. Yoth- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. LoomisC. bride-elect's close frl prY" 'ta.: :;'
member of Pi Kappa Alpha ers assistant, chairman, and their Leedy, she is spending this I week when her aunt ird 1-1
fraternity. commit u>e. year in Lausanne, Switzerland, :Mr. and Mrs. C. R. CU! r.t.. >f
\ The li-.t of debutantes includes where she attends Brillantmont Oviedo, entertained.

rj :Mary In Fishback, daughter of School. Each guest received a gi-
Dance Proves __ :Mr and :Mrs. G. B. Fishback; i I As midnight approaches there wrapped in Christmas: paper

Happv Allen daughter of Mr. will be a tableau on the stage, ._4_ .. .. holding red hearts with the name
Gala EventMembers and Mr.Linton Allen, Martha'I and immediately upon the strokeof MISS MARTHA ANNE MOON of the betrothed couple Decorations -

Ann :Mrfguire. daughter of Mrs. the New Year club members . engagement announced at party in the Clonts home were of)
of the Central Florida Met ullough Maguire and Ray- I II and guests will join hands to .Christmas:: boughs. a Chr<. uncs
Panhellenic Assn. entertaineda mer :Maguire: Phyllis Johnson I sing Auld Lang Syne. tree and poinsettias and rea can
daughter of Mr and :Mrs. E. Harold I Glenn Brown's orchestra will
host of friends Friday night Miss Nireuberg Becomes dies.Guests
their first Christ MULHOLLAND .Johnson: Beverly Burcham, I furnish music for the brilliant ; Bride with the honm-ee Included ,
when they gave MISS BETTY ...
Or daughter of Mr. and :Mrs. Brant--I event. and club officers will form Mr. and Mrs r < Lee
mas ball Air at Base.the Officers' Club, '. . betroth I dl to University student lev Hurvhiiin, : Adelma and Jane' a receiing line at nine o'clock. 'I Mr. and Mrs Harry E. Niren lansements \\hiteflo\\ers. gladioli :Mr. and Mrs. G. S M. *>

lando -- ------ berg of this city are ann-nmcmg predominating lighted tapers and :Mrs Thomas Moo-: \\. -: *ti
The Panhellenic Assn. was reorganized I .
the marriage of their daughter, I :Mrs. Roy Clonts Jr. M. ann
here last Spring and in candelabra with a background -
20women's Miss Meisch Mr. Wharton Joan Marian to SYdney Geiger, I I :\Irs.l Uam Martin.l ; (r)
the alumnae clubs of
includes of : and .
Jr., son of Mr. and :Mrs Sydney greener :Mrs. John E"ans11': a l1'rtIr"
fraternities. Those rep- Geiger of Leesburg. which took I The bride wore a traditional Frank Wheeler Jr. Mi ariIr'.. .

Alpha resented Delta are Alpha Pi, Alpha Chi Gamma Omega. United In Sanford Church I place Dec. 21 in the ballroom of white satin wedding gown. fashioned Thomas Daniels Mr. ;jl> i M>'-.
Xi Delta. the Orange Court Hotel. with sweetheart necklineon :Merritt Staley. Mr. and Maid Ocn
Delta, Alpha Phi Alpha
Rabbi Morris\ Skop performedthe I a bodice embroidered in seed Leinhart, Mr. and :M' CorittrvYHEN )
Alpha Omicron Pi Beta Sigma; -Ir11 WI: [Coninued from Page 17weptheart ] tapers Punch was served from
pearls. Long pointed sleeves
Omicron, Delta Delta Delta, Delta separate tables at each end of the ceremony in a setting of ar- and Guyn.
Gamma Delta Zeta Gamma Lt roses with ribbon ballroom. fitted Ixxiire and full skirt end- Also the Misses Thf In:a .ee
ing in long train \'aloraIoon: Barbara I lee Kcri
-.earners.: I a were other :
Phi Beta, Chi Omega, Kappa Alpha I The bride's hook was kept by Ci-rces
features of the dress. An Lawton. and Rer, :Morn
heir- p
The bride's mother wore a Club ryn
Theta, Kappa Delta, Kappa I I :Miss Mary Adele Wharton and
earth !UKL-S oreau .
"I don't s'pose anybody on gingei loom of lace t Lewis: Lee. James 1.zi tv\t' Rrx'Clont
Kappa Gamma, Phi Mu, Pi Beta dress:" of electric blue crepe with :Mi.ss DorothyIorrison.: cap belonging:: to the (
better'n I do . and less n I do. bride's <. Joseph Law tllll> Charles
Phi, Sigma Kappa, Theta Upsilon gets blue sequin trim, and gold accessories Others assisting art the family was fashioned for :
reception I '
and Zeta Tau Alpha. -Abraham Lincoln. Her corsage was of white were the Mmes. E. S. Baug--' Plan MeetingsThe her headdress with an edging of 1 Moon and \\ A :Mook

Decorations in the lounge featured If you . like A. Lincoln . like gingerbread . you camellias. I han. John \\'. Payne, William seed pearls, and held her finger

the Christmas motif. can be unlike him. . and have it as often as you care tomake Mrs. Wharton mother of the Blair. .John Meisch .Jr., Joseph A. circle meetings of the Orlando j'tip veil of illusion. She carried TFF1I AGERS MISS SO MUC,...
Tables were set up there as wellas it. Mrs. Garrett of 7i3V.. Colonial Dr. . bridegroom, chose a becoming :Meisch, WT. R. Dyson, J. St. Clair Garden Club have been announced a white prayer hook with a I THEY SUFFER FZf4
in the dining room and the Gladys! gown of ice blue crepe, with White Jr.. Lloyd Boyle, Hugh as follows: cluster of white orchids. showered
breeze-way. Jimmy Willox's orchestra tells you how in today's column rhinestone trim, and silver ac Whelchel. Tom Bolt. Hugh Tru- The Merritt Park Circle will with lilies-of-the-valley. CROSS eyes
provided music for dancing She also gives you a number of I I erator. This will keep indefinitely. cessories. She also wore a corsage I,luck. Philip Bach. Harry Lee, R. meet Friday at 2:30: p.m. with I Following the ceremony a
other interesting recipes . and Let stand 24 hours before of white camellias. I G. Fox, W. C. Hill and J. D. :Mrs Norman Wood, 623 LakesideDr. I dinner party was held at the Youth is tun for Inn,
Receiving guests at the door we are giving her five dollars serving. Mrs. Alfred Lee and Mrs F. E. Woodruff.The Medicinal herbs will be the ,Orange Court Hotel for the families K t not self.pity, Help yow
were Mrs. Ira T. Yopp, acting for the lot. I I O O O Roumillat greeted the guests as I bride chose an ensemble of informative topic for this occasion I and close friends. Later in I If' ,, loved one to normal,,
president of Panhellenic, and Mr. GINGERBREAD YOUR FAVORITE CAKE MAY they arrived for the reception at I: gray with a small matching hat and it will be open for a I the evening a reception and oJ 'u5." 4 happiness ReconstrQ -j

Yopp; Mrs. Jay Staley, Panhel '*4. cup oleo 2l! cups flour soda I I increase its popularity if you the Mayfair Inn, immediately of feathers, to travel in. After a question and discussion period. I dance was held for all friends of ten' Method often sucieessful
lenic secretary and Col Staley. 1 cup. beaten suitr 1"teaspoon tetspoont cinnamon frost it with . Mrs. GarretfsI I following the ceremony. short honeymoon the couple will The Park Lake Circle meets I the couple.Mr. ; in ONE DAY Saf)
Mrs. Yopp is a member of Kappa 1 cup molasses 1* teaspoon tinier cloves I I I delicious . I In the ballroom standing white be at home in Orlando at 801 Golf- Friday at 10 a.m. with Mrs. Cecil I Geiger and his bride left professional treatment; 6000 successes'
1 hot cater teaspoon
Alpha Theta and Mrs. Staley, cup H teaspoon i salt CHOCOLATE ICIXG I branched candelabra with white view Ave.Outoftown. Hook 722 N. Formosa Dr. The .I on a wedding trip to Nassau. FREE BOOKLET with, FULl mfernitionim
Kappa Kappa Gamma. Others in Method: Cream oleo and add 2 tablespoons brown 2 tablespoons cream burning tapers and tall palms guests included Mr Lucerne Circle will meet Friday. Bahamas, and on returning will this Soc Piofil Institution' Wnti-

the receiving line were Brig. Gen. sugar and cream together. Add Il1lar 2 tablespoons 2 tablespoons cocoa oleo I' served as a background for the and Mrs. W. Williford.. Bishop- Jan. 9. and the program will be reside in Charleston. S. C., where c CROSS ITI FOUNDATION

and Mrs. Homer L. Sanders. Brig. egg and molasses. Sift together Method: Mix the above ingredients -, receiving line. yule S. C.. Mr. and :Mrs. C. E announced later. I :Mr Geiger is completing his engineering I lOa GIAHAM IIDG JACKSONVUt HOBOAj
Gen. Leo A. Walton and Miss flour. soda cinnamon ginger. and place over slow fire un- The bride's table was centered Summers and sons. Carroll and I The Jasmine Circle meets Thurs course at the Citadel.
Peggy Walton and Col and Mrs. cloves and salt. Add to first mixture with a tiered wedding cake Tom. Orange burg. S. C., Mr. and day. Jan. 8. at 10 a.m. at the I -
Early E. W. Duncan. Mrs. San- Add cup of hot water and flanked on one end with a moundof Mrs. C. W. Donoho and son. Don- home of :Mrs. John Harrison on
ders is a Kappa Kappa Gamma beat until smooth. Bake in a CASH FOR COOKING white blossoms and greenery, i ny, (all are the bridegroom'saunts Lake Conway. The Azalea Circle
and Miss Walton ,a Gamma Phi shallow greased pan 3a minutesin ONE DOLLAR for best extending across the table to the and their families and the i i will hold its meeting at the homeof

a moderate oven 325 F. Nuts DAILY RECIPE. other end where a five branched I bridegroom's grandfather, A. Mrs. H. Moats 1234 MercedesAve.
Beta.Hadassah and raisins may be added, if de FIVE DOLLARS for best silver candelabra held tall whitelVa'dPtts :Mason Hill. Cross Hill, S. C. I ., Friday, Jan. 9. at 10:30: a.m.
WEEK. The will be conductedby
of the
sired. RECIPE ------- --- program
< r> o MAIL RECIPES TO: Mrs. A. T. Coith.
I, MRS. G.tKKKTT HAS TillS WHAT'S COOKING?, Miss Sanders I The College Park Circle will
SetThe to say about the following recipe - RT. 1, BOX 4S8B, meet at 10 a.m. Friday Jan. 9. at
Program I "A friend of mine told that ORLANDO, FLA. I the Princeton School to work
program for the meetingof this was "Foolproof Bread" and Nuptials SetMiss Wed HereMr. with Mrs. Alex Daley on the Junior

the local chapter of Hadassahhas as I have never failed on it in Garden Club's project.
been announced by Mrs. Har- 10 years . I suppose that it is til they dissolve. Remove from Dorothy Ward daughterof and Mr C. C. Sanders of The Lancaster Park Circle will I
education chairman. foolproof" fire and add enough 4-X sugar to Mrs. Leary Ward of Colquitt, this city announce the marriage meet at the home of Mrs. N. G.
Green, I
ry This meeting is scheduled for FtOl.PltOOll.TI- RRKAI) thicken. Add vanilla and spreadon Ga.. has completed plans for her 'of their daughter, Betty Jo, to Fillev. 1108 Lancaster Dr. Wednesday
cake. wedding to Allen Louis Pitts. son Arthur Van Camp Jr., son of Jan. 7. Mrs Samuel !
Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the syna- 1 cup chopped dates 1 cup boiling water O O Q r1J/4I
Church and Eola. 1 cup sugar 2J. cups flour of :Mr. and Mrs. N. II. Pittsof :Mrs. Rhobena Van Camp of this White will give a program on \
gogue An ,inspiring film entitled Do 2 tablespoons or butter oleo 1 1 teaspoon soda IF . \'OLTH.. ONE OFthose this city, which will be an city and Arthur Van Camp of St. Day Lilies. The Beverly Shores -

You Hear Me, will be shown, followed 1 cup floured egg.null well beaten good cooks . that likesto event of Jan. 1, at the Church Augustine, which took pla'eWednesday Circle will meet Friday, Jan. 9,
by a book review BlessedIs Method: Pour one cup of boil- make her own pickles . instead I of God. corner of Amelia and afternoon in the :and the program will he announced Jrfpi

the Match, given by Mrs. S. ing water over (dates sugar and of picking off a jar from Revere Sts. chapel of the First Baptist later. The Cherokee Circle -
Echelman. Marie S"l kin is the shortening. When cool, add the the grocers shelf . you will j The ceremony will be performed Church of Orlando.Dr. will announce the time and ,

book's author. flour and soda sifted together.Add want to file . ]I by the Rev. Claude S. J. Powell Tucker officiatedat I place of its meeting later. Then art many new

Members and friends of Hadas-- egg and nuts and pour intoa mt.\f'.'S MUSTARD IMCKLKS Chewning. And the program of the ceremony in the I I
sah are urged to take advantageof greased pan. Bake in slow oven 2 Quarts ontonL 2 Quarts Ylnpear I j nuptial music will be given by presence of relatives and a smallgroupof t: beautiful tilk print
this program. for 1 hour and 15 minutes or 2 sliced quarts peeled 2 6 quarts tablespoons sucar flour !I Miss Mary Dot Clifford, pianist. close friends. ; Banquet Set :.
for the New Year. ..
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longer.: cucumber sliced 6 tablespona caters The program of nuptial music
You may want to serve this 2 quarts trren s.r4 Matron of honor will be Mrs. Mrs. A. G. Graham.
tomatoe shred 6 tablespoons imnd was given by For Colleians such as the exotiC
next recipe for ;your New Year's 8 green peppers. mustard Helen King, and best man will I organist: I z 4k-

Whistling; dinner. around 1 tablespoon tumeric be the bridegroom-elect's brother, The bride, given in marriage I The !second annual banquet for '. CEIL CHAPMAN original
Method: Soak onions, cucumbers -'
James A. Pitta.Following I tt.pI
UNCOOKED: CRAXBKRRIKSm : tomatoes and in j'I by her father wore a tailored the college students of the First I .
oranura 1>, to 2 cups susar. peppers | the wedding a re'Cptiofl -. grey suit with matching hat and :Methodist Church will take place ;I u. paisleyOf 4-
Oyster 1 pound cranberrIes dpI>Pndlnl on tast brine, over night, using about 1 ( will he held at the home ""
: I fuchsia accessories. Her corsagewas :Monday at f fi30: p.m. in the I oriental print. 2't
$ Method Grind the rind and the 4 cup salt to enough water to ; of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cullifer in cluster of I
a tiny purple
church dining room.
pulp of the oranges, using the cover. Mix vinegar and sugar Winter Park.
_ Notes orchids.
large knives of the meat grinder. together and bring to a boiL Add No formal invitations have I There are approximately 85 i
The mother of the bride and
Qy Also grind the cranberries. Add pickles and boil 20' minutes. Mix been? issued but all friends of mother of the both young people from First :Methodist
the sugar. Put in tightly covered flour celery seed mustard and the couple invited to attend Church who attend collegesand
: l iars and store in the refrig-- tumeric with a little cold water the wedding and the reception. wore black and each wore a cor- universities throughout the :
of white carnations.
Open Until I sage nation. A large group of these
Mrs. James Hawthorne acted students, along with the local 7
New Year'sClosed I Miss I as matron of honor, and best man :young people. will enjoy an evening -
Friday & SaturdayThis I Jackson I was Joe Van Camp, brother of of followship and fun

Week for Inventory I the bridegroom.Mr. I around the banquet table as .
MANY BrideElectMr. I Van Camp and his bride guests of the church. Several
It's hard to believe, but this
I will make their home in Orlando musical and entertaining num-
year both men and women Some can and :Mrs. John A. Cuttle of upon returning from their wed- hers have been planned for the
have told us they wanted to Highland Park, Lake Wales, are I ding trip to Miami. Mr. Van program. 6
come in the week after Christ DESIRE announcing the engagement of Camp is employed by the Carey Those desiring to attend
mas to buy their Christmas afford it Mrs. Cuttle's daughter. Miss Sarah -I Hand Funeral Home here. should call the church office. The I

cards for next year. We have Josephine Jackson, to I | banquet will be informal.

always put away any leftover IT Charles Atlee Hoff of Forrest I I Rose Gott C. C. Russell, and Gen I J

Christmas i cards on j: Hills, Long Island, N. Y. The je\a Steensliss: Eddie Gott, and i INGRAM & INGRAM
Christmas Eve. but the temptation '! bride-elect is a niece of W. J. | Patrick Lynch; Jimmy and Carl
to sell them out and I OPTOMETRISTS
Steed of this city. i Stevens.
not have to count them for Inventory | The wedding will take place in | Among other guests during the t

is too strong. Therefore the early Spring at Pocono Manor evening were :Mr. and Mrs. Successors to MEAD'SItighta

,- Pa.Miss George Gibson. :Mr and Mrs Robert Sundays Holidays SIM 606.
Jackson. who made her Newton and daughter, Sandra lOt N. Oranrt<< Ave. Pfaont 1310.. II I
ChrUtnia! Cards home in LakeVales for 15 years, I lean. I
Will be Reduced to Clear graduated: from the Lake Wales

Before Inventory High School and Florida State I

]! University where she was a
We have not forgotten New pledge of Alpha Delta Pi sorority.For I

Year's holiday! I We I have entertaining.everythingfor connected the past with year the she Medical has been Society III WALK OVER SHOP PRE-INVENTORY SALE!

Drinking glassware. inexpen, of the County of New York,
sive and otherwise: bars, and prior to that time she servedin '
simple and complicated: cigar the United States Navy Re- ; MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY ONLYOVER
ette holders and ash trays '
: .
cocktail table Have
figures. ( Mr. Hoff graduated from
you seen our prancing horse _, ,,, .-.,,' Columbia University where he I'I ,
keeping time to the radio? Our received his degree in architec-
thermometer swizzle sticks ture and is now a member of I VALUES FROM S6.95 TO $19.95

that tell ;you when to start' the firm of Guy Panero in New High medium or low heels
drinking? Our cocktail York City. During the war I : back
gay years Closed backs or ling
napkins-paper, silly cotton, Elegantly engineered, superbly he served over seas with the C Dress or sport atyles
and very deluxe Marghab] housed,for those who crave the United States Army Corps of S 4 95 S$31195

Yes- The Scott- "all-all-all" of the world's finest Engineers, holding the rank of I GROUP GROUP I

We HaT both in radio and phone- lieutenant. INCLUDES:
They plan to make their homein I IXCLrDESI
theworld's and afford it.
What it Takes ever graph, can New York City.Din1ler I, I

For New Year Festivities finest But, whether you are planningto j
Red Alligator Grain Oxfords Brown Pine Tree Loafers
Also our first Spring merchandise buy a Scott now, hope to

came in last week radio own a Scott some day or sim. Party' Brown Alligator Grain Oxfords Black Patent Sling Pumps
and will be out tomorrow I
ply want to bear a Scott w e'll
Purses, Linen. Drinking glassware phonograph AtNewton's Brown Casuals
Copenhagen Figures. be glad to demonstrate this fine I Brown Loafers

Dessert Plates. After Dinners instrument for you. We never Mr. and Mrs. Frank Newton Misc. Styles
Black Patent
(dark blue and gold, $6.00 get tired of listening to it our- entertained on Christmas Day : Pumps Illustrated ii the
each]. and New Year's bells, selves! with a dinner party at their Black Suede Flats BLACK SUEDE SUNG
cards and calendars. home, 26 E. Pennsylvania Ave. By ODDTOWN 1 .
ROBINSON'S PRESENTS Their marriage was an event of Misc. Styles Formerly $8.95 NOW? $4.95 !:i:

Don't Forget! "KEYNOTES OF MtSIC": Dee 11 at Brunswick, Ga. Mrs.
WE SHALL BE CLOSED Sunday at 1:15 OVIfrBOO Xewton is the former Mrs. Marie NO REFUNDS NO EXCHANGES XO LAYAWAYS

This! Friday and Saturday Featuring Marion Marrlck Pianist Taylor.Mr. EXTRA SPECIAL at $1.95-Block Patent. Calf or Town Brown
and Mrs Xewton's guests Medium heel dress sling pumps formerly $7.95 and $8.95
I were: Mr and Mr". Glenn P. TaIcir \- '
4oHawley RyanOn Robinson Music Co. and <=i>n (tipnn Ii 1 tin' Mme,

Patio reached from i'\\ OrangeWALK OVER SHOP

120 N. Grant and 35 W. WulUactoa 531 X. ORANGE and cold vinegar and stir into
PHONE 6303 I
Parking u Rear hr Customers mixture Let it thicken and pour 54 N. Beacham Theatre I

into screw top Jars. i I"

A ..

To I Orlando, Florida, December 28, 1947 Telephones: 4161 or 3-1681 {tbt fruttfcm rnttnrl-&tar Page 19
Patsy Simmons Reign

I As Queen At New Yeai's Game Miss Maxcy hand about ef/tl1Aa1'7rMida Miss\ witty9s s (d 'Ii

-- Hayseed
The Tangerine Bowl entertain :Miss Simmons will act as spon- Becomes Bride Wedding Held
sor for the :Marshall and Ca-
ment committee announces today
tawaba football teams and will ((J)
that elaborate plans are being participate in the half-time cere- Of 1\1\ ,.. WilsonContinued At Chun h HereContinued
made to receive and entertain monies of the second annual

Miss Patsy Simmons of Coral Tangerine Bowl classic in the Or- [ From Page 17] By KITTY HENRY, Society Editor [ From Page 17] I
Gables the 1917 Tangerine lando Stadium New Year's Day. SHOES
Queen. Miss Simmons arrives The entertainment committeewill were beautifully decorated with FRIDAY SAW THE departure of Miss Glera Tenpenny for Underill, mother of the bridegroom

Tuesday by plane for her three-I announce further plans of ferns and gardenias.Mrs. Charlottesville, Va., to attend the meeting of the National I wore a gown of fuchsiaI i
day visit the Miss Simmons' activities E. N. Davis and Mrs. Ken I taffeta, with gold accessories and
Council of Geography Teachers at the University of Virginia Miss
The Tangerine entertainment while she reigns as queen in the Enzor cut the cake while Mrs. an orchid corsage.Immediately .
committee will meet the plane City Beautiful The committee Eugene Borda and Mrs. J. A. Mil- Tenpenny was privileged to be |
and escort the queen through consists of co-chairmen Andy Ser- ton served at the punch bowls. invited to join this group be- after the service II That Flat/
town to the Angebilt, where she ros and Alex Stevens, Hardie Those who assisted in serving cause of concentrated work and a reception was held in the
will stay for her visit in Orlando.A Webb and Ed Mayo. were Misses Stella Davis and study in the field, having taught church reception room. The '
police escort and a parade of The game is being sponsoredby Barbara Lanning of Frostproof; geography at Memorial Junior bride's table was covered with a I Look WithDistinction
decorated cars will accompanythe the Elks Club to raise funds Frances Holson, of St. Peters- High School for the past eight white satin damask cloth, and
committee to receive the for the Harry-Anna CrippledChildren's burg; and Evelyn Trundle, of Ft.
queen. Home, in Umatilla. Lauderdale. Miss Mary Lippitt, years.Chairman of the local i featured a four-tiered cake,
of Frostproof, presided at the groupof flanked by silver candelabra and
teachers. Miss
bride's book. an arrangement of white gladoliand
I When Mr. and Mrs. Wilson left Tenpenny has taken advanced fern. Punch was poured by
Tea Table ChatterContinued
for their wedding trip to New Or- study at George Peabody Collegefor Mrs Addison Maupin, of Atlanta,
leans, La., the bride wore a Navy Teachers Nashville, Tenn., Ga.. an aunt of the bride and
[ From Page 11] home from the University of blue satin suit with Navy blue during the Summer. others who assisted at the reception -
I I Georgia . CHARLIE HELZERgot accessories and an orchid corsage. r> o o included the Mmes. E. A.
hellenic dance was a very gay in last Tuesday night from Mrs. Wilson graduated from I JOYCE LUTHER IS home from Speer of Atlanta, Edith R. Pat-
and fun-making affair . MIL I Washington . DUNCAN McKEE Frostproof High School and Stetson ** the University of Indiana terson, Greensboro, N. C., J. R.
and RICH BUNDY had a supper Vanderbilt student is also University in DeLand last I where she was recently electedto Grant Robert L. Hodges, and
party last night at their home here, and ditto CHARLIE June with a Bachelor of Science the Mademoiselle Magazine :' Miss Bess E. Twitty, of Atlanta.

out in Altamonte Springs . I TOWNSEND of the Citadel . degree in business administration. College Board, to spend the holidays After the reception the coupleleft
ALICE STEED was hostess DR. and MRS. FRED TURNERof While attending Stetson, .. by train for New York where
Christmas Eve when she entertained Jacksonville spent Christmas she served as vice-president of with her parents, Mr. and they will make their home. For
some of the college crowdat holidays with their son and Zeta Tau Alpha, social sorority, Mrs. George B. Luther. The MISS, laLtKA TENPENNY travel, the bride wore a suit of 11.95Sizes
party . And did of the Women's Athletic Luthers will also have with brown
an eggnog daughter-in-law, DR. and MRS. president . attending meetingPhil cocoa gabardine, with
you know that Alice's brother- FRED TURNER JR. Assn., and secretary of the them during this coming week brown accessories, a marminkcoat
in-law and sister. KATHERINE student body. Mrs. Wilson was a Ness formerly of Orlando and now of .xhington. D. C. and orchid corsage.
and JACK PLATT JR. arrivedby member of the Blazer Club, Pan- who is arriving Monday from the University of Indiana. Carroll 4 to 10
plane :yesterday afternoon The Hardisons hellenic Council, and social Luther a student at Orlando Junior College, is confined to his
from Chicago and will be here chairman of the house counciL home with influenza. ScheduleAt WIDTH B TO 4A
through New Year's with the W. The bridegroom was graduatedfrom 000
J. STEEDS? . Several Orlan- EntertainAmong Central High School in
doans went over to Mount Dora Charlotte, N. C. He served three r WHEN THE ALUMNI and actives: :, of the Pi Kappa Alpha St. Luke'sThe e BROWN
Christmas afternoon for the party the hosts on Christmas years in the Seabees, and is now I entertain with their annual o.moav dance at the iA
an annual affair, given by Day were Lt. CoL and Mrs. Felix attending Stetson University Orlando Country Club Monday night they will) nave two sponsor' schedule this week at St. ; RED
LEE. DAVE and DONNY M. Hardison, who invited friendsto where he is enrolled as a sopho- ,I Luke's Cathedral has been announced
FRENCH. The group from here an eggnog party at their homeon more. He is a member of SigmaNu as follows: e GREEN
included BETTY MURCHISON, Phelps Ave., Winter Park. social fraternity.Mr. I Week days: 8 a.m. the Holy h
MARJO DUKES, KEITH SAL- Special guests were their house- and Mrs. Wilson plan to I Communion except Thursday at .
TER and his two guests, BOB I guests, Mrs. Hardison's parents, make their home in DeLand at 4iHN 10 a.m. BROWN
O'MALLEY and GEORGE RIV- Brig. Gen. and Mrs. R. C. L. Gra- the present, while Mr. Wilson is Monday: 7 p.m. Choir boys
MACK of Chicago [they both at- ham. Gen. Graham is commanding attending Stetson. a rehearsal. AND WHITE
tend Northwestern], and W. C. general of Camp Leigh in Wednesday: 3:30: p.m. Junior
Virginia. fhoir rehearsal at Cathedral
NESBITT.o Message TodayAt
.... o o Also present were Brig. Gen. w . School: 7:30: p.m. Full Cathedral
P\s for the Goings and Com- Leo A. Walton and his daughter, Unity Church 'hoir rehearsal.

ings Dept . FRED LORRAINE Miss Peggy Walton Brig. Gen. The Rev. Carolyn H. Parsons, Thursday: 10 a.m. The Holy
now retired from Mer- and Mrs. Homer L. Sanders, CoL z HYY Communion; 7:30 p.m. Boy Scouts
of Church, 503 S.
chant :Marine duty, is home and Mrs. Early E. W. Duncan, Unity I r Troop 33 at parish house. / i%
again and he and FRANCES CoL and Mrs. Leigh Wade, Maj. Orange Ave. will have for her
celebrated their first Christmas and Mrs. H. M. Kinnard Jr., and subject today at the devotional
together in five :years . MR their houseguests Mr. and Mrs.H. service 11 a.m., "A" New Heaven xx# I II. ATO Formal
and MRS. RUSSELL DODSONand M. Kinnard of Glenridge, N. J., and A New Earth. L4I
daughter LYNN, of Atlantaare also Maj. and Mrs. Allen J. Gil- This sermon-lesson is taken
here for the holidays as the bert, Maj. and Mrs. Stephen from scripture found in Rev .t SaturdayAnother
guests of Mrs. Dodson's parents, Noonan, Capt. and Mrs. R. E. elations, Chap. 1, 1st to 7th verse '
MR. and MRS. R M. STOKES, Ball, Capt. and Mrs. W. L. John- It is of particular significance at aI of the gala affairs dur-
at their home on Golden Lane. . son, Capt. and Mrs. William V. this season of the beginning ofa ing the holiday season was the
Mr. Dodson is a big wheel adver- Strait Jr., Capt. and Mrs. Bruce new year because of its rev- r .J"" Alpha Tau Omega dance last
tising executive with Hearst papers I Gimmel. Capt. Stanley Smith, and elatory and hopeful message to night. Ideal For
. MABRY KENNEDY is Lt. W. T. Stephens. a confused and troubled worldI The private formal dance, for College
----- MRS. MERRlrr-S-RITr- ELIZABETH RICKER actives and alumni, was given at

. dance sponsor . chosen by Pikes a.m.Dubsdread to 1 p.m.Country Club from 9

z Mrs Merrfitt Britt and Miss Elizabeth Ricker Mrs. Britt is the wife Bill W. Beardall was chairmanof
of the president ot the Orlando Pi Kappa Alpha Alumni Assn., and the dance committee, with
Miss Ricker daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Sam Ricker, is a student at Charlie Rex acting as his assist-

NEW\ YEAR'S RESOLUTION the University of Missouri.In ant.
addition to a host of invited guests, active members from
: Pike chapters at the University of Florida, University of Miami and IF VITAMINS t I

Florida Southern College, as well as several out-of-State members, DON'T BUCK YOU
will the dance tomorrow night at the Orlando Country Club UP
--i14 - --- - - - - enjoy
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Requests for table reservations should be try NUXATED IRON Mail Orders Filled
made only through Conway Kittredge. 17 E. Central Ave. don't trn m=r a.d Wa Toe .medlcin sed k Promptly
131 X. Are.
o o o :iiiA&l.tod; 0sp.Lrf Orange

That** for me, a New Watch "YJR. AND MRS. J. B. RICHARDS have as their guests for the ]a color BOY to=tallieta r.:tog Obod tor*eau.oaderruL,r r help a full.h1R IM bold sect G1ro blood 10 mot.e thin help,u toaor TEl_red)

few weeks their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ir1aI. Bui aN CIGI7 v directed OQ th. labrL t ;
Gilbert B. Richards and son and daughter, Jack and Valerie of
Westerly, R I. Also visiting the J. B. Richards are Mr. and Mrs.
.i GRUEN Virgil L. Richards and daughter, Carolyn of Nashville, Tenn.;

_.. i :Miss Delia Richards of Detroit; and Mr. and Mrs. John P. Gordon
a I and two sons of Garrett, Ind. . Mr. and Mrs. Mack Morrow of
Ii Auburndale have returned to their home following aisit YEAR
here with Col. and Mrs. Leigh Wade.Ir.. and Mrs. J. B. *

Richards have as their holiday guest their grandson, Gilbert
1 Richards, a student at Harvard University.
o o o
Pteeiaion movement MISS\ MARIAN YOUNG is here from Detroit to spend the holi-

X47.50 with her parents, Maj. and Mrs. C. D. Youngs of 811
Mt. Vernon Ave. Marian who received! her master's degree in
library science at the University of Michigan is now associated
with the Detroit City Library . Mr. and Mrs. Ercel Edge of
Winter Garden have had as their guest their son, Ercel Edge Jr.,
S 2-c USN. who has returned to his base at San Diego, Cal. . Mr. .
and Mrs. II. M. Kinnard are here from Glenridge, N. J., to visit
their son and daughter-in-law. and Mrs. II. M. Kinnard Jr. of Fall and Winter Fashions

YE1UrmNELVIRA Winter Park . Brig. Gen. and Mrs. R. C. L. Graham, of Camp
._ 139.73Coanr Leigh, Va., are holiday visitors at the home of their soninlawand Taken Directly From Our Regular Stock

daughter Lt. CoL and Mrs. Felix M. Hardison, on Phelps Ave.,
Winter Park.

[ot tojfct. >Mrti> AtrfooiM Iw.ittlt4Ii

_me in tee* for a New KUUtalfeI __

GRUEN I I1t"8 ;! I fufjilr 4 SIWMf W

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wizard. mean that now your Lair, too, can be thrillingly soft shining
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4 Oz.lar $11 11b-lar $3.50
192 afternoon, evening and sport dresses

ta CONVENIENT TERMS . . crepes . gabardines . wools
o c every color including black . sizes 9 to
v '
1 1C 15..10 to 20..33 to 44.

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1 Monday--Tuesday Wednesday

w '
Klienert's Alluron For Winter uflead i . for early Spring! Tailored styles in- PRISCILLA



. to be wed,=during., holidaysBrideElect Regularly 49.75 and 59.75 29 / 5 Reg. 4.98 2.98Dress
Broken assortment of budget dresses in
Regularly 11.90 SET neatly tailored styles. Marvelous buys for

A wonderful collection of wool suits . all designed street and casual wear. Assorted colors in the with
up room crisp white cur

Plans NuptialsIn Klienert's their long shower wear curtain. their sets attractive. . famousfor de as you like them! Strictly tailored or gabardine, crepe, or rayon. tains! Lovely for now . perfect for

dressy styles in wool gabardine wool
Canal ZoneMr sign. Green with white and silver, Blue crepes. Budget Shop Fourth Floor Spring. Wonderfully washable in cream

with dark blue and whilte, Yellow with Select yours in brown, black, gold or beige. mesh marquisette. Priscilla ruffle style
and Mrs. T. D. Johnston of white and silver, Crystal with black and Broken size
range. with tie backs.
1000 Elmwood St. are announc-
ing the engagement and approaching .
marriage of their Suit Salon Second Floor Striped 100% Curtains
Third Floor
daughter Frances. to Ray J. Shower Curtains Third Floor
Toth, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Steve Toth,of Westville. 111.
The wedding will take place at WOOL FABRICRegularly
the First Baptist Church in Bal-
boa Canal Zone, during the holidays American Woolen

The bride-elect graduated from 4.98 3 QQ INDIADRUGGET
Orlando Senior High School, later J OYARD
and 5.50 S
graduated from the SILVERDALEWOOL
Hospital. New York City and RUGS
served four years in the Army

Nurse present Corps.the is during on the Gorgas the war.Hos-At BLANKETSRegularly . many models by outstanding designers! Striped wool fabrics . . perfect for

pital Staff in Ancon ('. Z. fashion-wise skirts, slacks, and suits. In 9' x 12' Req. 69.95 34.95 t!
M> Toth graduated from West
harmonizing shades of grey or beige. 54"wide.
ville Township High School, en-
the USN 1040.! At .
tering in pres- .
ent is serving on the USS Sennetat 9.95 6.95Silverdale Regularly 22.75 to 89.75 V x V R*?. 35.00 18.95Close
the I SN Base. Balboe C. Z. / PRICE Fabric Center Street Floor

AQ blankets . all wool. Warm
yet light-weight [4-pounds]. In lovely Here you're sure to find an outstanding dress. out of India Drugget Rugs . those

shades of Winter rose, rose, or blue, with buy! Fine quality materials, smart designs, expert i, sturdy versatile floor-coverings! Geometric
'ffi matching acetate binding. tailoring, in an assorted group of better dresses. WOOL JERSEYTUBING
designs on beige backgrounds. Harmonizing
ffiThBy From tailored sports dresses to smart after-

Blankets Third Floor noon dresses . . in rayon crepe or wool. Sizes shades of red, rust, black.

10 to 20, 38 to 42.
Rugs Third Floor
,c fciitciCollege : Better Dress Salon Second Floor
student, of the FirstPresbyterian Closing Out! I
I'liimli will be spe- Regularly 4.45 AI S
cial guests at a social hour which
will be held in the social hall of BOYLE YARD
the church this!' e\enms immedi- SLIPCOVER AND
ately following the vesper service 100% wool jersey tubing for blouses, jiffy
which the four ch<,irs of the
church will give at .>.30; p.m. LUGGAGEWonderful dresses and scarfs. In grey, black, red, DRAPERY FABRICS
o r> o
coral or cerise. 50" wide.
tailored in wool suede cloth!
Mrs :Mildred Mrad I I Smith Smoothly
president of the.-\ntcrican Lf'gloDudlial'
.\ 'nit It!, hi.announced Fabric Center Street Floor
> ;
a called hoard mooting of the values in this clearance of f WINTER COATS Values 1.98 1.00 YARD
auxiliary for Monday at 7:30: p.m.
at the Legion J Home. Boyle Luggage!
AVonim'Alliance of the First Solid colors in- Vat dyed drapery and slipcover material
Three 21" Monks Cloth ..
Unitarian: Churdi is sponsoring a en Regu'arly' priced
game party in the parish house, Regularly 28.95 14 I .3U 2501 in a bargain-buy! Durable, attractive era- II
Rosalind and Central A"es., on 27.95-32.95-35.00 OFF
Monday . Dessert will be One 16" Sleeper Plane Bag [Leather] COTTON NET tonne in plaids and stripes.Assorted colon.
served;at 2 p.m., followed by play-
ing Hostesses will he the Regularly 34.95 20.00 Drapery Fabric Third Floor
:Mmes Walter Brown. Edwin Smart women know its time to buy Winter coats!

Abel Henry: :MacGowan. :Meredith One 16" Sleeper Plane Bag [Leatherette These are expertly tailored full length coats in Reg. 1.69 98c YARD
Blume, and Herbert'heel- and 1.50
er- Regularly 19.50 Q.OO 1 soft wool suede cloth. Make your selection from

Monthly meeting 000 of the Florida Three Sleepers [Tan Canvas] warm shades of gold, wine, green, or bright Lovely for evening dresses . this dainty Two styles to choose from in-
State Nurses District S will beheld Q
*..UU plaids. cotton net. [Especially nice for a young
Tuesday at fp.m.. at the Regularly 17.50
Chamber of Commerce Bldg. girl's party formal!] In soft shades of blue,
000Fripndhilt prices plus 20% tax Budget Shop Fourth Floor pink, or white. 72" wide. COTTAGE SETSSelect
Club No. 19, Past
Officers of the )Moose will hold Luggage Third Floor Fabric Center Street Floor
its annual Christmas party Tues- your cottage curtain set in-
day at 1 pm. at the Boy Scout
Building Lake Lorna Doone . .
:Memberv are reminded to bring a BLUE CHENILLE DOT
gift for the tree and one for a pal
The .I re also to bring a plate, OVAL Lovely shades in- .-
cup and il\er. THREE PIECE

Cherokee 000 Council No. 1:, Degree RAYON FAILLE Regularly 3.98 1 IXv5
of Pocahontas, will hold a BRAIDED RUGS
card and game party Tuesday at WOOL SUITSThere
8 p.m at the Fraternal Bldg . .
This party is being given by the
wave and means committee . Regularly 5.98 Regularly 1.00 79c YARD Attractive cottage set of white marquisettewith

Prize will served he awarded. . All and mem refreshments 27" x 54" 2 50 are five suits included in this group! blue chenille dot. Just right for your

ber. the order welcome..lntiquarian .
000 Rayon faille . . one of the favorite
Oval braided . for in
Society has planned rugs every room fabrics of the So smart for
| NOW season your
\1.-. :.mnual Christmas party the house! Attractive, practical . in 3 Gold Gabardine Suits
foi Tuesday at :t p.m. at the sturdy cotton. Purchase several in this dressy blouses, dinner suits, and formals.In .
home i't Mrs James Burden, Hol-- value-event! Coat, Reg. 55.00 light blue, copen, maize, pink, or green.

den. A.>t------ Suit, Reg. 49.75 11. 39" wide. NOVELTY COTTAGE SET
Rugs Third Floor
Nativity PlayAt 2 Wool Tweed Suits /2 PRICE Fabric Center Street Floor

Coat, Reg. 59.75 1 1.98
St. Luke'srn Suits, Reg. 59.75 Regularly 2.98 I

('evening; at 7'30: St. ASSORTEDLUGGAGE Wear the suit and
topcoat together or separately
Lukp t'huri-h School and young
People! Service League are pre- ... so wonderfully versatile! Smartly designed by PRINTED CREPEReg.
se>ii g a Christmas Pageant in leading manufacturers. Broken size range. Cottage set with tailored marquisette bot-

the t ithedral edifice. This Nat- Coat and Suit Salon Second Floor tom and priscilla style top. Novelty top
tn\ pv! is entitled 'In Honor 98c
ot the' (Christ Child" and is being 1.19 to 1.50 YARD pattern in red or blue. [54" top.]
directed by D. S. Banner a member -
8-21" Loders wardrobes in brown
o' the Orlando Little Theater. canvas Reg. 26.40 NOW 13.20 1-69 Curtains Third Floor
Menr ers of the junior choir Reg. 1.98 to 2.50 YARD
will} form the chorus. 6. _:6" Pullmans in brown canvas.
The Nativity play, depictingthe Reg. O.OOOW 10.00
hribtmas\ story, is a very Beautiful collection of printed rayon

old loim of drama originating 5.......21" Lido luggage, blue rawhide In bright plaids! crepes, in dots, stripes, plaids, and floral
centuries ago in the church. Be- bound. Reg. 21.45 NOW... 5.00 1 with .
White with black
fore people could read and before patterns. beige
sermons were introduced, the (-26" Lido luggage, blue rawhide _. white, yellow with black, and aqua with
gospel stories were acted out in bound. Reg. 20.95 NOW .. 18.00 WOOL GREAT COATSRegularly gold.
the sanctuary. This pageant is
4-21"case, tan cowhide top leather.
entertainment, but is
not an
offering to instill devotion. A Reg 42.50 NOW... 22.50 Fabric__ Center Street Floor I

cordial! l welcome is; extended tot 4-24" case, tan cowhide with 42.75 .
the congregation and friends tobe ers Reg. 49.95 hang26.95 .
present on this occasion.St to 99.75 OFF
Luke's Episcopal Sunday: 1-29" jackknife case, tan cowhide.
school held its annual Christmas Reg. 90.00 NOW... 50.00
party for the nursery departmenton -

td1t,1 Tuesday l The'children at the were Cathederal enter- 221" cases. Reg.42.95 NOW 30.00 Fashion-right great-coats tailored to perfectionin

tame with the Christmas Storv softest suede wool. Smartly with
2 IxK-kers. metal co\'eredReg styled a ,1uJ:1:1

and games: Christmas and refreshments Carols. Santa After I! 27)00: \\' 13.50 swing back. Bright plaids of wine, green, brown,

Claus played: with the childrenand AH Prices Plus 30% Tax or grey. Broken size range.
gave each a stocking filled :
with toys and Christmas goodie Luggage Third Floor Coat Salon Second Floor

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OPPORTUNITY VALUE EVENT! Broken assortments of timefy, wanted merchandise from our regular stock of quality lines.




HANDBAGSReg. Reg. 10.98 1/2 PRICE Regularly 7.25 2.50Little 2.89
to 25.00 19.80 to 89.95 Y2 PRICEThe Regularly 3.50

19.89 I/ PRICE sure to find your favorite styles boys suits . neatly tailored just Get ready for the showers to come' Now
to 39.50 72Excellent . at a favorite price in this collection. school-girls' bargain-buy! Wonderful collection of like Dad's! Wonderful for early Spring the time for a value-buy in good quality
Neatly tailored in crepe, chenille, or junior coats . everything from full length coats to short wear. Cotton herringbone twill in blue plastic raincoats. Small medium and large
handbags wool. Broken size and color range. jackets. Winter or Spring weights in light or dark colors. and tan. Sizes 1 and 2.Children's sizes in crystal, blue or green.
values in beautifully styled All 100% wool, tailored in suede cloth
broadcloth. Here Second Floor trimly covert, or
of fine quality wool Lingerie Stroock. Sizes 9 to 15.Junior Shop Third Floor Notions Street Floor
to now
are bags you will be proud carry
and next season, too.

Handbags Street Floor Shop Second Floor

Lace trimmed batiste- Batiste and Broadcloth Slightly Soiled


4.29 2.1 5 1.98 1 f\f\
BETTER MILLINERYTwo to 3.98 1 I.WW Childrens Slippers

Reg. 1.98 79c Dainty batiste nightgowns . with wool hand-knitted bedroom slippers
to 2.98 groups of FELT HATS Darling girls' blouses, fashioned in soft
embroidery and lace trim. So comfort-
solid with leather sole. Small and medium
able to wear . so simple to wash. batiste or broadcloth. Some are white, pink or red.
"vadies lovely white rayon handker- Broken sizes in pink or figured batiste. white, others white with multicoloredtrim.
3.00 4.00Also
AND Sizes 1 to 12.
chiefs that wash beautifully. Now is the Lingerie Second Floor

time to stock up.Handkerchiefs. Children's Shop Third Floor Lounging Slippers 1 1.29

Street Floor Reg. 2.50 and 3.98
another group of KJOW 1 OH
Soft WoolSHOULDERETTES FELT and FABRIC HATS Wool with cotton trim and felt soles. Red,
green, and few white and black.
Prints and Solid Colors! Wonderful millinery values in this felt hat sale! Notions Street Floor
Many styles by famous designers. Select yours in
black, beige, brown, wine, navy or green.
RAYON SCARFSReg. Reg. 1.98 to 2.98 ,
and 3.19 Sorry. no refunds. or exchanges

Fashion-wise, penny-wise,
1.00You Dainty little chill-chasers too for Winter Millinery Salon Second Floor
1.98 and 39
days and nights. Soft wool shoulder- Regularly 2.39 .
ettes in pink, blue, orchid, purple, or BLOUSESReg.
never have too many colorful Balbriggan pajamas that the children love!
scarfs. These are in bright prints and Lingerie Second Floor It With-long sleeves . as cozy as can be in
solid tones. Don't miss these values! cotton knit In two-tone combinations and :3.98
Mixed Collection of-
Scarfs Street Floor stripes. Sizes 6 to 16. to 10.98 1/2 PRICE

Children's Shop Third Floor

Here are the blouses for your skirts and
suits! Make your selection from a mixed
BOYS'SLACK group of styles and sizes. Light and dark
shades in cottons, rayons and wools.
10.95 to 39.95 PRICE
.i HATSReg. Regularly 65c 1/s PRICE Y2 SUITS Sports Shop Second Floor

to 1.50

2.98 1 1.00Wide There are many styles to choose from in this collectionof
Assorted collection of rayon panties and fall and winter dresses . some tailored, others 4.20 2.00Tiny Girls' Cue!
cotton snuggies, for the chilly days dressy. Wonderful for back-to-school or college. In crepe, Regularly College
ahead. Stock up now in this pantie bar- Tegra cloth, wool, and gabardine. Sizes 9 to 15.
assortment of styles, includingwide gain buy! Styles in Tea Rose only. little slack suits for a busy little guy!
brims cloches and trimmed
. .
nicely tailored in spun rayon
models. Red, green, navy, brown, black Lingerie Second Floor Junior Shop Second Floor
and white. and such a bargain-buy! In blue or rose.
Sizes 1 and 2.Children's.
Hat Bar Street Floor
Shop Third Floor 3.98
Cotton Broadcloth to 7.98 1/2 PRICEA

Warm and colorful CELEBRITY BRAS Drastically Reduced! Assorted Group of- school girl always needs a sweater! Now
it's sweater-bargain time at Dickson & Ives!
The color and size range is broken, but
WOOL GLOVESRegularly Regularly 1.25 1.00Now's WOMEN'S SHOESBeautiful SKIRTSRegularly you'll be sure to find a favorite In this
mixed collection of styles.

Sports Shop Second Floor
1.98 and 2.98 1.00 1 the time for your bargain in bras. high quality styles to choose from! 10.98 5.40 1/a PRICE I
Neat, comfortable Celebrity bras in to
white or Tea Rose cotton broadcloth. A,

So bright and gay . so wonderfully B, or C cups in sizes 32 to 40. Skirts are the season's fashion-note! Here is
. .arm . these cozy wool gloves. A Brassieres Second Floor Values up to 27.95 7.95 a mixed collection of materials and sizes. Embroidered
..1avorite with college and high school Light or dark shades in strictly tailoredor
girls! In brown, red or green. .
softly tailored styles.Sports
Gloves Street Floor Smart styles of pumps, straps, and oxfords . Shop Second Floor Rayon ShantungRegularly
ROLL-ON all of the finest suedes . all made by leading
nationally famous manufacturers.There .

Wool and PANTIE GIRDLESReg. are not all sizes of each style but most every
Wool-and-Rayon size is included in the combined lot. Rayon Gabardine 3.98 2.89YARD

All sales final -No C.O.D.-Xo ExchangesShoe
JACKETSRegularly 2.92 1.00 1 SLACK SUITS
to 4.50 Salon Second Floor For smart dresses . for lovely blouses
with your suits and skirts . this embroidered

12 9 8 Trim-fitting rayon pantie girdles! rayon shantung. Select your shade
14.95 to 29.98 They're knitted elastic weave in small, Regularly. 22.98 Y2 PRICE from maize, aqua and lime. 39" wide.
medium, or large sizes. A favorite with ,
campus queens! Fabrics Street Floor
Neatly tailored jackets for chilly nights! Long sleeve slack suits for smart casual
Assorted styles to team with dresses, Girdles Second Floor wear! Nicely tailored for flattering, com
skirts, and sportswear. In fuchsia, grey 100% WOOL fortable fit Rayon gabardine in melon, light
and gold. Sizes 12 to 16. blue, and Chinese red. Sizes 14 to 20.

Sports Shop Second Floor rJUNIORSUITS Sports Shop Second Floor
For Smart Entertaining!


Assorted StationeryNote
Paper Regularly 1.25 75 C Regularly 35.00 to 67.50 Y2 PRICE

Attractive little paper napkins in as-

15 notes, pink or blue 5 0 sorted styles, humorous designs. Some are strictly tailored styles . others softly tailoredfor f
bordered. Reg. 1.00 C LUNCHEON NAPKINS 7 dressy wear . all of them smart for the Junior gals!
Regularly 1.25 and 150 / JC Gabardine, flannel, and men's wear worsted in grey, red,
Assorted styles of attractive 3 0 C Paper luncheon napkins in attractive aqua, brown, and toast. Sizes 9 to 15.
stationery, Reg. 59c styles.

Stationery Street Floor Stationery Street Floor Junior Shop Second Floor ORLANDO BORN ORLANDO OWNED ORLANDO MANAGED


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WE I1.11'ECOLORED 'WE' CAN ONLY GIVE . THE SERVICE THEY WILL FINANCE' $1.20 IOTTll'r Fro*M."<, A.h.,..d tain.l __ ,
I MOVIE J .L-> RHEUMATISMNiUtim i : \,__

fILM ( s A SIULL.i.f'SIlt __ srrr..*Try IUMIAGOWkr a. ,. J4 .ay. W\M'I .I n':, I
Seal Sale Misses GoalFinal - .t.._...._.A._: - --
,. XI ,' .'; County .t.n .,.,.. t.,., "'1 i.iiim

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tabulations! of the Or- each to obtain an X-ray examination ing aware of the awful harm being
ange County TB and Health Association's I through a physician done." : RADIOS 'r -
annual Christmas Seal "'T"t' want it plainly understood In addition to the X-ray screen- : REFRIGERATORS '
however, he said, "that ing program the association car- '
Sale revealed the campaign fail- :
the association's program is I ries on a year-around programof i WASHERS ; ,I
ed reach its
to $30,000 goal by
purely preventative and does health clinics which reach into : NEED REPAIRS? !
S4.082!; it was announced yesterday 1 J
not to medical school in the and
attempt provide every county rr
j by Walton McJordan, association
service." I.I are available to literally every : For Any Slake
r I president. I I lie pointed out that 20 persons resident in the county McJordan i CallBARTON'S : In your tome, usen
Sale of the seals closed Christ- I
mas Day, McJordan said but ,a week of the total X-rayed last said."We : r the concert stage . t
there are nearly 7,000 individuals .:year required further examina-I can only give to the rr toJjj'j great piano.
tion the service(
by a physician or community they
I Our 25 I
in Orange County who received i You Benefit By ,
health department because of a will finance," he concluded. r Years Experience r Robinson Music Co.
seals in the mail and have failed i I
suspicion of TB or other chest !1 Final reports from Seal Salesin r I
This'Wonderful to answer the association's appeaL -' "r Next to Colony Theatre i' 531 V. Orall,. Ph. I QO3i
Wear diseases. other sections of Florida I
Approximately 35 business | i Winter Park 93 : I II
"These statistics plainly dem- places Orange County third in to
New firms in the county also have I Ii ......._ '
onstrate the vital need for sucha tal returns for the annual fundraising r +.,. I
I|i failed to respond to seals sent m
i as the TB Association campaign, according to
HEARING AIDt! i i and them out in of the 1,586 mails Christmas he reported Seal, !clared.is program conducting," McJord de-I Paul Sale-here.:Stine:) chairman of the :Seal:) ) NEW YORK CLEANERS & HATTERS 4

i I Bonds, ranging in value from $5 '
Male 1948 a yearyou'll I to $50 more than 500 have not I "It is frightening to know that Miami he reported led the YOUR DOWXTOWX CLEANER
always remember been returned to the association. 20 people each week last year field with $47,183 returned and Hats Cleaned and Blocked Pressing While You Wait
needed further examinations andit was followed by Jacksonvillewith Dry Cleaning Alterations
. the discoveredtrue
year you Describing the response to is even more frightening to $33,832. Orange County re- I Ib Ik
22 W. PINE ST. PHONE 4809
hearing happiness! the sale as "sad," McJordan '''visualize' collapse of this service turned to date a total of S24 381 ___
Try the new all-in-one pointed out that in the past; because of failure of our com- as compared with Tampa's re- $ _

:!Model 65 . year, 1.1,317 residents of Orange munity to properly support it," turns of only 19197. __ a- ,. --
"' > ; "" ;,0 ,
:. iC 0;
County have availed he added. "While this gives Orange Coun- :
M m m m NICE:
THE SMALLEST themselves of the association's He stressed> the danger of ty a good record in comparisonwith : What everyone .is saytnt
HEARING AID mobile unit to obtain free X- curtailment of the program by these much larger counties," About the artistic furniture groupings
ray screenings. painting l out that every active Stine said, "we still have failedto Show at
I "This means in dollars and case estimated i << I t reach our goal a goal
WESTERN ELECTRICCome cents," McJordan declared, "that I II spread> to eight other individuals is desperately needed. if we are "Counselors in Gond Taste"' :
j : rye + 538 Park Avenue. South WINTER PARK Phone
continue service that
to giving a ;
I the association has provided i\ r t*" '1 .< '
in and hear the $130,000 in free service to the people "Remember," he warned "that i obviously is so vitally needed. 1 <
difference with Model 65 of II TB is a highly contagious disease The fact that the association re- -- ----
Orange County. MR. AND MRS. GEORGE MORROW with
I He and that X-ray screening is ceives from 35 to 50 calls a day were presented
today. Demonstrations free explained that without this one of the few ways to trace its for information as to where and Hawaiian leis as they arrived here for a short stay in Central) WIVES AND MOTHERS OF DRINKING MEN
X-ray service those who
absolutely free! have been X-rayed normally I presence. Without a preventative how free X-ray service can be Florida as the guests of Mrs. Grace Mather-Smith, of Ze II wood. ALCOHOLISMSuccessfully

AUDIPHONE COMPANY would have. had to spend $10 program such as the TB as- obtained is additional evidence Mrs. Morrow is noted both as the author of numerous magazine
-- -- --- ----- sociation carries on, there could <, that the people of Orange Countynot articles and Hollywood screen stories Mr. Morrow is the Treated With One Week Of Hospitalizatioa
possibly be hundreds of cases of i only need this service but WHITE CROSS HOSPITAL
Florida Bank Bldg. operator of the chain of Morrow Nut Houses over the country.
ART active TB looose on our streets I are health conscious and wantit. Write For Information
SUPPLIESGroinbacher spreading the disease without beI1rTER |I ." i Mrs. Morrow writes under her maiden name, Mildred Burke '280 Central Avenue Ph. 3.5601 St. Petersburg, Fla

Western ElectricHeariagAids and
Weber' oils, -------
.. water colors 1 :.' '" : : T .--.: : ::3 :;""1 : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :_:.! .: :-l-l.:: : : ::..: ,
brushes, canvas Green Burning

eel ritpiloa.Designed btobarala.es art blocks line, art la papers.central Florida Most, sketch complete i Winter Park Brevities :i The WICKER-KRAFT Company .

I : : Solid Dutch East Indies Rattan Furniture
ROLLINS PRESS STORE, INC. I By MARGARET GREENE-Telephone Winter Pork 2_ -' : .r, ll-2 and 4-5. Mwido/ Th':'.p .. 'Ceremony!
.. .
WINTER PARK PHONE 199 \\" PARh-Rotarians, I has i their regular meeting' time' din puhheltY: Keneim \\ insiow.downtown L :: *Tropical Furniture for Porch and Terrace ..L..

-------- at their' luncheon meeting tomorrow I i would be New Year's Eve. )K .; ::;: -- ;:::- --- ::-- ;:;:t I will hear a discussion of I! UNIVERSITY: CLUB: The Bradford mail order sales: Don : PARK-Dr. EugeneR. Upholstering Dept.: Loose cushion custom

.- the Florida Citrus Industry by pow-wow speaker Tuesday at the I laggert) inert sales: Bill Traer, Shippen has announced that I :; work solicited. Bahama Bees
I Wayne Reitz, economic coun- outdoor advertising: Ray Trovil- the burning of the Christmas : .
:, University Club will be Dr Ed- ; : 1245 N. Orange Ave. :- TeL 4358
HOLIDAY SPECIAL sel of the United Growers and win O. Grover, discussing Theodore 'lion, treasurer: Bill Richards, 'greens on Jan. 6 will be on the I .i .
Creme Oil Shippers. ,, Mead and the Mead Gardens programs; Grover Morgan, ush- Rollinscampus next to the new I. ? : : : : : ; : : ; ; i : : : :..: : : : : : : : : : : :-- : : : :.J : ; :_J : : : .;..1
510 $6 50 I KIWANIANS, at their regular On Friday Robert A. Bud- ers and doormen. < 1:girls' dormitory Corrin Hall, just
J.- Wore .._. . weekly supper-meeting tomor- '' mgton will discuss A Summer | COMMUNITY SINGS: *Irs. R. off French Ave. The Mayor,
4. row, will have a program by the (1 i Day in a Biological Laboratory. | F. Leedy announces that the Chamber of Commerce and the Sponsored by
1 : and of which Gene Whitmore is sings sponsored by Wesleyan I this a community affair, Dr.
morning's meeting will be pre i
PERLETTE BEAUTY 1,. president.Mrs. 'I sented by the Department of International Class will begin Jan. 4 at the Shippen said.Eterjone.
., I SHOP 'l .i\\I W. W. Baker chairman of I Relations, the speaker Chamber of Commerce. I is urged' to bring
/. II W. Pine St. Phone 7017 the Christmas Doorway contest Rabbi Morris Skop who will ': SCRIPTURES: Dr. Lucy Ayres their Christmas trees' and other
+ i) Under same management 18 years. announces Mrs. Edward Mac- (i,discuss My Solution of the Palestine I will -begin her School of thei greens to that spot and leave
l--- Menomay of Maitland as win- I Problem. i i Scriptures at the Congregational-, I I them' for the bonfire as in the
: ;: ner in lighted displays and Miss I On Friday afternoon the De- Christian Church next week and tradition of Twelfth Night.

-- Loretta Salmon for daylight dis- partment of Art will present Mrs. I I the studies will be based on the Ed Waite of Rollins, will be JAMBOREE DANCE
play. Maitland is a circle of the and
I Gospel of St. John. These weekly '
Clark D. Parsons, who wilt disc I master of ceremonies and will
Winter Park Garden Club which cuss Some of the Whys of Mod- studies are open to the public lead in an informal communitysing.
II sponsored the contest. ern Art. without charge. Boy Scouts with their *
Mrs. MacMenomay, whose Mr. and Mrs. I. T. Frary haveas
Scoutmaster, Edwin
I home is a few blocks north of the POSTPONED: The Central the Granberry
their guests over holidays.
Maitland post office, used wide Florida Artists program sched-- their son. Allen T. Frary Mrs. Jr., will light the fire. GreensI I FEATURINGThe
I should be there 4 of Jan.
red ribbon to represent a Christ- uled for this afternoon over station Frary and their son Robert who p.m.
mas package and in the center ,, WIIOO on which Betty Ann drove down from Cleveland G.I Arizona Wrangler-The Arkansas Trail Blazers-

CLEARANCE SALE was a spray of green. On each i 1, !Newton; was scheduled to sing, I I Ohio. also their other son Spencer -I I I The Georgia Play Boys-Darango and His Whips-
side was a three-foot "candle"with I 1 has been postponed until the following G. Frary and Mrs. Frary. Speakers Named
an electric bulb Sunday at 4 o'clock. I from Birmingham.Mr. George Ace. Roping Star. These and three other acti

EVERYTHING GREATLY REDUCED r ing a flame. There was represent-I t BARTER PLAYERS: J. K. Gal- I : and Mrs. Thomas Clark For Park Forum with a bonus of a fiddling contest.
around the doorway loway, chairman of the Kiwanis have returned to their home in
SMART CLOTHES FOR CHILDREN lights in all the 1 Club's committee in charge of New York after a two months Speakers and subjects for the
I I a new home and a concealed' the Barter Theater Players' ap- visit in Winter Park with their Eola Park Forum which will beheld i NEW YEAR'S EVE
19 W.
WASHINGTON' STREETORLANDO'S floodlight suffused the entire display I pearance here next month an- daughter Mrs. Robert Hughes. daily at 2:30: p.m., in Eola
in a soft glow. I nounces that_the two plays to be Mr. and Mrs. S. Carle Coolingwill Park with the exception of NewYear's DAVIS ARMORY
Miss Salmon used sprays of !t presented by them on their return have as their guests. Mr. and Day were announced yesterday LIVINGSTON AND PARRAMORE t
magnolia leaves with the center appearance in Winter Park :Mrs. William II. Ritter, ofP.ndgeton as follows: I
tainted red to represent poinset- will be Shakespeare's Twelfth ;: N. J., who arrive Monday-E. L. lIu hes. Backgrounds ORLANDO '
nas. These were used effectively Night and John Loves Mary. Tuesday. The latter is president of Palestine; Tuesday i
around the doorway and on a This will be the Kiwanian'sone of the P. J. Ritter Co., pioneer Dr. D. E. Burtnis. The Wondersof TICKETS OX S.UT
wicker table. At night Lower Egypt; Wednesday -
porch a money-raising project of the American canners. AH Stroud Drug Stores
lovely lighted tree shows year to carry on their various I Mrs. Frank Smith is here from ,\". C. Deist, The Common Sense Jane. Dickson Dance Studio, 29 W. Central Ave
through the window and the civic projects and, based on the : Miami to visit her sister, Mrs. Philosophy of Life: Friday Bernie's Write, North Orange Blossom Trail
porch light makes the night ef- t fine reception the Barter Theater Pansy Davis and Joyce Davis speaker to be announced; Saturday -
MOST COMPLETE V fect equally attractive.One I Players received last year, capacity will go to :Miami with her for a open meeting. TICKETS-$1.25. TAX INCL.
of the entrants Mrs. L. E. audiences are expected. short visit before returning to
rf. GIFT ASSORTMENT 'a >l Morehead of 1300 Canterbury !I They will be here Jan. 29 and Brenau College where she is a Jerusalem is now an Arab For Reservations Phone 3-106B or 2.4803I

,- 4 M 47 North Orange Avenue rb Kd., was not eligible because she :30 at the high school auditorium. junior. community with a population of I I
1 lives outside the city limits of(Tickets go on sale late this week Miss oretta Salmon has as :9.000.
the Garden Club. ''at the Sandspur Book Store. her guests, her brother Edward I
LIONS will not meet this week 1 1I I Galloway announces the following Salmon and Mrs. Salmon of
I 1 committee chairmen: Beloit Wis., who arrived yesterday -
Merritt Britt newspaper and ra- for an extended visit. !
Pine Castle News I Mt. Dora
Mt. Dora
r I IE PINE CASTLE Ernest Me- i Iu;
Corcle, president of the Youth
Fellowship of the local Methodist i I!I!
( Church left yesterday for i I !
Cleveland, Ohio to attend the ii 1i SALLY DRESS SHOP
conference of :Methodist Young !'ZI I
KNOW 'IF It's w People.Mr. i I
; A\. b:OR! GIRL, NURSE! I and Mrs. Arnold Petersenand :\ i i ii
THOSE children Judy and Curtis I :
MUST GET It I i i .j:i
t I VALUES AT of Alden Minn., are guests of
SUPER ATERNITY Mr. and Mrs.. A. E. Jorgensetand Y weI

WARD Mr. and Mrs. J. Gardiner. of
Belle Isle. I! rL

/ O. L. Wells Sr., is a patient in ; END-OF-YEAR
: the Orange Memorial Hospital, '
,dy 7rg , suffering from injuries received : I i !I II II II Ii !
Thursday, when he was struck Ilr. : : 1"I "
by a hit and run driver, while :
crossing a street in Orlando. r rI rI

r Capt. Ronert D. McCorcIe, of I i
/ r .rookCield. Ala., was a guest of .!
his mother, Mrs. Harrison Buin- g I''
I by over the weekend. .:,,1 "
Miss Eugenia Munnerlynwrites I '
I .u her parents that she will ; 'I I
\ :;
be visitor with friends over : SALE
/ the weekend in South America. I

I Idl Ie 1-- --- --__ 11::1 I I j

k I II 400 DRESSES .1 d dI

; I :I I Ii

i Many More Have Been Added J

A A .DlLRI\f.f 0 I I 1YrIUInTER I I : ,

Last Call to .1 Wool, Crepe, Gabardine . $! 6.Q C .:
vEn i .
Sizes 9 thru 41, including many TO I:

v>-' t fa M ... JOIN OUR 1948 U
P, half sizes. Regular $10 to 23.50 $1 I 9.D ; t

APARTMENT \ \ I ELECTRIC BOAT Cauls Et 111 111i !

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8-Ft. Servel Refrigerators i LUNCH ALLJUMMERT EON SERVED p I Broken Sizes AT HALF PRICE i II III :


(). i (z? ;Jp *i DAILY tCC-: lotto zsc AT ORLANDO ,t ,I I

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FLORIDA Real REALTORGRAM Estate ) tsisti IJ(I U"JJ ""J'J1: J1'] fianraai r !: ] I' JF l I.UIJ' r) ] .!r J) IJ i) r E' v f ,

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Active As Year '


[Executive Secretary. Flonda : i
At year-end the real estate market
generally, with very little speculative r .
for use. 1
There is continued high demand for : ;
$10,000. Encouraging is the increase
many Florida cities. Houses and 4 G r
apartments occupied bj one per- i and .. !: >r, A
son increased 30 per cent in the rents 4 '
past five years so more square ;I may --c--
feet of housing space is occupied I ,. ,
per person right now than before 4 c
the war. I
Ilealtors ask for decontrol a letter
---- are $ .
a loaf,
f' Jas. Gamble Rogers II but ev ,.s

Architects Engineers wants a

Building Consultants i

POST OFFICE BUILDING where YANKEE INGENUITY, A PIONEER SPIRIT Spencers, Gus Pelletier and Donat Lendrault,
I United and some skilled assistance from a pair of Disdaining use of nails and modern tools, the

plete Canadian lumberjacks are solving the housing two woodsmen use 10-mch drift bolts for i

local ers. problem for Ralph Spencer, a Norwalk, Ohio, securing the timbers at the joints. All log cut- t

at a railroad engineer, and his wife Bessie. Nearly ting and fitting is done with an eight and one-

1 and been R completed, their snug four-room log cottage half pound broad ax which resembles o

about x [labove] is being built for a total cost of $3,500 medieval hatchet. Pelletier [left] wields the

ties' : -less than half t.>today's normal construction ax for final trimming of a log, while Spencerand

rHW 4500 m METCAlf ftWJ .\ : r : cost. The Norway pine logs came from his wife [right] put finishing touches on

for ida Canada as did two lumberjack friends of the the cabin porch.

A yq_ .of ed. Record Seen Lane Bradfrod New Realty Partnership Formed !

s r t
tt of lots [ | | I is: greatest Residential building to flip off in 1947. I Formation of a real estate firm ter the real estate bus,ness while
lots of should run at least Volume in that group:; amounted Sets Good MarkA partner,.hip to bo known as :serving in the Pacif wi i the j
on I more than in 1017! ," to 307OOOOOO, comparedwith Brass! and Havnie Realtor, was :: Navy and had! selected the Brassagcn
I 1047! private residential S-3,350,000,000 in the year announced ye terciay. I .
really :Members of the firm
alone amounted to before. I record for real- are
I spectacular a '
George F. Bras and \\ illi, tattoo it h;,< ,,",J\ '
THE !' setting a record Miscellaneous construction tor with offices open no longer mi G (u (aThai's
$ | type of building and con which, includes farm Federal, than five weeks was achievedthis I Hajme with offices at In) E. Cen- i
CHINAMART with the depression low State and municipal buildingand
week by Lane Bradford '" '
I < 8 million in 1933. Federal work relief in 1917 real estate broker located at 1201E. !
] 1 utility construction in rose to $3.:TT)! 000.000 from $2jOlOOOOOO .- : Colonial Dr. Bradford con
[Special : lose to 75,000,000: ; Horn ::; in 19 Maintenance sumated deals which involved ae+
OPEN STOCK :>> million in 191B. Private for the past year amounted to more than $00000, to bring his:
'evidential construction 56500000000 with $;), '
'i compared total since he opened his office
DINNERWAREApproximately the I' the only' section of the 660000000 a year earlier. -1'I, Nov 15 to $68,000.Bradford I d s t c sI

dence handled the sale of
.,. 15 Patterns house LEADERSHIP"i Park Underwood Ave. Home I the John V\'. Bnchan home at
of various colors
and 621 W. Yale. The house, a two-
Service for 6 . $7.85 up tached : Reveals Sold Through Brass tory stucco income-pi'opertyMruclure I
George F. Brass realtor, 18 E which includes three I
IMPORTED A Transactions Central. announced yesterday the apartments and a garage:; apartment IV;
ENGLISH CHINA M : sale of a Groom dwelling at 7 E was bought!: h)' Henry
for Culver Golden \\interTark Lndcrwood Ave. by John C. Lord and Mary Kieger from Upper I
Service for 8 ... $49.50 up I Brass Ilaynie
to reported this week the The home was bought for $13,000 New York State, for 29,000.. I
141-41 N. Drug Are. Ph. 2-Z2S bath, : bv olan E: West. tralve where Brass has been My Home-
; several lots and home
C. ) of a lie also figured in the sale of
la of store age,
Free parking rear operating his own agency under
the : total of $6,930; the Churchfield Home at 712 I
I constitution of homes. the firm name of George F Brass . newly painted with
i Floral Dr. in Colonial Gardens to
I lot ill Mutland with toO) Realty Co.Haynie.
Dozier &. Paints-
: \ lot also was sold bv Emily i Ellsworth Kaighn of Kentucky. Gay
t I on the old Sanford lima}' Culler to S. V. Renner on Olgesbvv The transaction involved $20,000. a resident of Orlando No wonder I'm so proud.
i fronting 100 feet on Take ,\ e", Winter Park for $:>OO. A I I I, Bradford handled the transferof since 19:56: and former member I Dozier and Gay Paints go
of the Orlando Police De
was sold hy A\". 11. house was sold by Alpha Cain to ownership this week in De-
Detective Bureau on so smoothly-its a
)' to Fiediitk \\'. aikum Hay J, Evans retired financier i I Land of seven bowling alleys partment's
; $--!,Mlbert< ) Ileniarest at 1810 Crandon Ave, Winters I owned by Lemojn J. Gallantine.The who spent some 4Vi years in I pleasure-and dry smooth
the World War I
; ht a lot on the corner of I Park, for :M;; :too to be used as amtti alleys were bought by Cot Navy during too. They last to give
.hanks .\\e. and Cherry St., \\' home. Pending were ,MfiedJ. Mead, army officer just a II salesman, joined the in January Brass agency 1916. as real protection against
: fromndr..w deals that would ,returned the
I I Park Brass has been in the real estate wind and rain and hot,
I J.., for $750.; These two I amount to $10000 and would be for V20000 Mead, who recently
[ business in Orlando for more drying sun. You can get
were bought for immediate t-loseurfjon.. height a building in DeLand to
r The Finest and Largest Single Business than JJ years and is considered
I",use Western Auto Supply jour Dozier & Gay Paintsat

MIAMI : : :i:;!;i{ 1 .'::r::; ::: ". [:::.'>'r <:::.;i ,store'hp,riling Gallantine which to Bradford he business will operate purchased for his ac I one Although of the. city remaining s outstanding active appraisers Supply Pittman's Co Visit Builders them

-on, in ness.the sales end of the busi this week or cal) 2-3103
4E for delivery
j: E so vote most of his time to property prompt
127 ACRE DAVID H. New Golf ClubhouseIs appraisals because of the

CORAL WAY (CI.W. 23n4 St.)', DOUGLAS Under Construction growth the past of appraisal several jears.Haynie work. during -

ADJOINING CORAL GABLES AT GATIWAT ,1 I to The Sunday Sent ne-Sar! ] said he decided to en-
MOUNT DOR.\-Constructionunder
'y way here on a new club- -
BUILDERS nouse for members of the Mount Howard Douglas FiedlerARCHITECT
ora Golf Club Assn The clubhouse -
.Y,. < will provide living quar-
I ors for the golf pro, lockers for
Exceptional opportunityor Uw # ? # '(tub members and other facili- Post Office Bldg.-Phone 191 .
%L "
tkuMea.p.rttn.ats, dupfeses r golfers IPS for the convenience of i II WINTER PARK FLORID

For over 20 years tku acreage baa k
holding back the further growth of:

opment, its far-lighted business Ir ]! -
planning. Soon the people of Coral A' GREAT OPPORTUNITYFOR
able to look with pride upon whatever
results from this sale; be it stores
liberal business that the new and
fit to erect.

TO BE OFFERED IM 8 PARCELS bought ,I construction has five bedrooms and three tile
at baths upstairs and is situated on a beautiful
19 ACRES EACH, Tiiutf :
parsonage landscaped lot next to the City Park The sale,

and his for $28,000, was handled by W. B Nicholson, .

WED.. JAN. <14 tile realtor of 14 S. Main St. is your chance to buy complete ONE STORY BUILDINGS, beautifully

constructed of seasoned lumber with insulated ceilings, sash, doors elec-
>A (for Booklet
: I trical wiring and fixtures. Each building is 20' ': 100' in size, and can be
Information re broker*trtieipUi purchased intact, for dismantling or removal by the purchaser or we can

t SOUTHEAST STEEL SALES CO. deliver 50' sections direct to your site where we will set it up on concrete

,ier/1 block piers, ready for further improvement and occupancy.

lisiphAl I 100 W./ Amelia Ave.

Prices are as follows: ;;:
+ ia wr
Mr ee+ seemo
will move to new address after Jan. 15, 1948
53 YEARS OF AUCTION 'Conant and the sale was handled 20' x 100' for removal by purchaser ____________..._.$750.00DELIVERED
through White Bros. Realtors. 437 N. GARLAND CORNER OF ALEXANDER PLACEIf
- - ---

to 10 Miles

Atitiou'zeaitgTHE that you will want increase to have the good value windows of your, building windows, 1 0r X 100' (Two 50' sections) . . . . . . $1150.00

giving you plenty of light and air: SEE "AIR. 20' x 50' (One 50' section) . . . . . . 600.00Don't
:: ALUM" Aluminum Casement and Awning type
windows. hesitate. Visit the site and make your own inspection. They won't last

long; get them while you can. You will be more than satisfied. For use as

\,' The only aluminum window on the market to- homes, garages, warehouses, tourist camps, barns, storage buildings, eta,
PARTNERSHIP day that is not welded of the weak extruded they are perfectly suited. We can deliver any reasonable distance for $10.00
F aluminum sections."AIRALUM" for each additional 5 miles. Come in and see us. Let's talk it over.

OF aluminum windows are solid Oar Sales Office is located just inside the main gate of the New Headquarters
Area, Orlando Army \ir Ba.se. To get here from Orlando, drive north on Mills
aluminum castings made to last in your building Street [L.S. 17 and 9J] to Nebraska avenue, turn right and follow the road to
without painting, no rusting, and no rotting. the Alain Gate. If you are coming from Winter Park jro south on East Winter
Park Road to Corinne Dr., turn left and continue to Main Gate. If you are on
BRASSAND Cheney Highway tarn Into road marked 14th Airforce Headquarters and continue -
Reasonably priced to fit your pocket book. to Main Gate.


HAYNIEREALTORS I WINDOWSat Space Heaters, brick lined, perfect condition, each .__...............17.50

; Pump Type extinguishers suitable for spray, each __................._. 2.00

f Southeast Steel Sales Co.

L. __ [ ]

GEO. F. BRASS WM. [BILL] HAYNIE 100 W. Amelia Ave.

>Location after Jan. 15; 1913! Bldg. No. 2806 O.A.A.B. Ph. 2-0761, Ext. 1310 P. 0. Box 805, Orlando
19 E. CENTRAL PHONE 2-3155



[Statistician Prepares JFILCIDffia IIDll.((ctIlOO\YIE _all Iffi.t l\](cOO _

17-Year Citrus Review Covers Central Florida Agricultural Interests Like the Morning Dew .W

Average auction prices and the net return to Florida citrus Page 24 tt'bt Stunbuu &rntinrl-&tar Telephones: 4161 or 3-1681 Orlando, Florida,. December 28, 1947Marshes
I growers during the'last 17 years are- given In a holiday bulletin

[I prepared and by statistician.Charles A. Garrett, Klssimmee. veteran citrus reporter Seen Statewide Citrus i Records To Be Kept I Pig Crop Up

This is the 17th and last of these bulletins," Garrett said.
Two Per Cent
Ills figures show that the By MORRISON C. MERIAM The only thing we have by, then through sampling to develop -'

highest net return received by laws," he said. "Since that date, As Wildlife AidSpecial [The Sunday Sentinel-Star Staff Writer counties are the fresh fruit shipment the yield per acre for each
growers during the period was 1935-36 through June 30, 1947, county." OverLastYear
Florida citrus and :
acreage pro- records the
$1.62 a box In 19..1The low. there has been collected for advertising r'I compiled by He said the project would
est was in 193JW9, when growers fresh fruits $8,657- [ to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] duction by counties will be determined ; Citrus Inspection Bureau, and take fromotix to right monthsto I Florida's production of pigs

got an average of only sev 917.87 and for advertising proc CLERMONT Lawrence A. for the first time in a : they do not show where the fruit complete and that the find. this year totaled 959,000 head, an

en cents a box for their fruit. essed fruit 5239453.68, a totalof Hautz, nationally-known conservationist new statistical project to be undertaken I; shipped from any particular ings would be published in a I increase of 18,000 or two per
The net last season was 44 $13,897,371.55." and director of the Isaac shortly after the first county originates." report similar to the one on I i cent over 1946. it was reported
nts a box according to Gar- During the 12 years the commission Walton League, told a Sun of the year. ( {! With the trend being to cen-- Florida vegetables put out by yesterday by the local office of
By varieties, the return perbox has been in existence, he day Sentinel-Star reporter here The project a co-operative venture trally-located packing houses, the bureau for the last two the U. S. Dept. of Agriculture's
rett.was oranges, 50 cents; grapefruit said, Florida citrus productionhas that he believes the great factorin of the U. S. Dept. of Agri there is a "terrific cross-county years. Bureau of Agricultural Eco-

26 cents, and tangerines, 90 amounted to 702,315,197 the conservation of wildlifein culture's Bureau of Agricultural i haul" to both fresh fruit houses Shuler's appointment gives the nomics.
ents. boxes a total made up of 399- Central Florida was that Economics and the Florida State i $" : and canning plants that does not bureau's Florida field office, located The report prepared by J. C
."'These figures do not include 460,531 boxes of oranges, 265- marshes in this area have been Dept of Agriculture, was announced Ie" show up in the present produc- in the Orlando Post Office Townsend Jr. and John F.
terest, depreciation and taxes," 193,590 boxes of grapefruit and left in their original state and here yesterday by J. C. D4ii tion reports, Townsend explain Bldg., four statisticians. His Steffens Jr. agricultural satis .
ae said. 37,661,195 boxes of tangerines.The not drained. Townsend Jr., who is in chargeof ed. position is comparable to that ticians showed that this year

.. In a survey of the 17-year per- season with the highest However, Hautz. who has the bureau's Florida Crop Reporting He said that shortly after of G. N. Rose, vegetable collaborator 514.000 piss;; were born in the
tod, Garrett said Florida experi- production, 86 million boxes, worked for 38 years in Wisconsin Service, and by Commissioner Jan. 1 Shuler would start visit- provided by the University Spring and 445,000 in the FalL

aced two major freezes, one in was 1945-46. Lowest productionwas on conservation and was of Agriculture Nathan Ing growers and packinghouses of Florida Agricultural Ex They said present indications
ecember 1934 and the other in 29,462,052 boxes in 1935- instrumental! in establishing a Mayo. throughout the Stateto periment Station. !' are that the number of to
anuary 1940, and several "bad, 36, the season following the 3,000-acre wildlife refuge in Field work on the project will obtain records on the acreage Schuler, former field repre- 'I farrow in the Spring of 1948 sows will
eezes," the latest last Febru- 1934 freeze. central Wisconsin! and the be done by Paul E. Shuler, 741 planted to oranges, grapefruit sentative for the Growers Administrative be three cent less than last
During the war years, 193940to planting of 30,000 trees said Royal Palm Court, who was recently tangerines and limes in Committee, has had I per
year, 102,000 sows as comparedwith
He recalled that the colorad 1944-45, the Federal Govern that he was disappointed in appointed by Mayo to each county. wide experience in the citrus in- I 105.000 sows.

ed process for Improving ment purchased Florida citrusin the number of birds especially serve as citrus collaborator in "If the records are available, dustry. For the United States as a
of citrus fruit various forms which, when waterfowl in Central :Florida. the USDA bureau's Florida field he will try to get the age of During the war, he was grade whole
.the appearance converted to 1 3-5 bushel boxes, __ __ the 1947 pig crop totaled
He whether the office. um and the of stabilization officer for the Florida
'was first used in 1931-35 and questions practice acreage early, 84,138,000 head. an increase of
|has since been expanded until totaled 46,056,000 boxes, Garrett of dusting with D.D.T. for "Over a period of years, PAUL E. SHULER mid-season and late oranges and Wage Board and before that about one per cent over last year.
:21,55GGG9 boxes of said. insects! is affecting bird life. there has been an active demand seeded and seedless grapefruit' he worked for the FederalStatefruit
:last season I
""The total cost of productionand . citrus statistician Reports from farmers
oranges out of 29,701,013 boxes Hautz believes that insect con for county citrus statistics < Townsend continued. and vegetable inspection
of in throughout the nation show
certified by the Citrus In!'spec- the sale Northern of a box auctions oranges is trol shoud be accomplished by ," Townsend said. "At the I "The procedure is to first determine service. lIe attended the Uni-- that there were about six
|:tion Bureau were color-added. than in 1938 now and working with nature to encour- present time we hare no county j a rough estimate of the acreage a reasonably accurate versity of Florida, is married and fewer hogs ovef percent six
cents higher age the pest's natural enemies production figures and only by counties.one citrus acreage by counties and has three children.
.The 1935 Legislature created is higher than the total cost during months old on farms Dec. 1
birds and -- -- -- --
such larvae-eating
tie Florida Citrus Commissiond any of the war years," he as than a year ago, according to
enacted the advertising concluded. about minnows.hawks He and was buzzards concerned whichhe I r LIKE BEARS, PLANTS 'HIBERNATE' the bureau.
"Since the 1947
II Spring pig crop
terms friends of mankind. He was slightly larger than that of
Steer deplored the practice of shoot II 1946, it is evident that the Spring
Means Steak to City Guy, ing them, saying that buzzardswere I ____- _ Rest Is Important AdaptationLittle pigs this :year have moved to
necessary scavengersand "
i market faster than a year ago,

Sheer Poetry to a Cattleman very that necessary hawks for and rodent owls were con I is known about what' ing up of life activity. It is the Townsend said.

I I causes the rest period in plants. time in which buds will not
I Memphis [UP] A cow is a cow and high-priced steakon trol.Hautz disclaimed knowledgeof a necessary stage in the lives of open and grow even though Cattle Get

the hoof to a city guy but a steer is sheer poetry to hear Florida game fish but did say many varieties if they are to resume temperature, moisture and

I a. cattleman tell of it. that the balance of game and __ growth and reproduce as other external conditions are I

Take this, for instance: "The typical Angus cattle is food fish should be carefully I ___ the seasons roll around. i highly suitable for growth.Dr. Potato Diet ..
maintained in lakes and rivers. __ Yet, says Dr. II. L. Crane of I Crane says that different
lowset and smooth. I
broad symmetrical
deep, He said that a too great numberof r .-L tK the Federal Bureau of Plant In- trees for example, require different [S-e- -! to T"e Sunrfay' < Sentinel-Star]
: That gem comes from thee I small fish such as bream in 15vt 4ss dustry, Soils and Agricultural rest periods, just as some I NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J. -
utheastern Aberdeen Angus in this section of the country." lakes would cause runty bream tPn 1 Engineering, rest is one of the people require more sleep than [API] Potatoes are substituted for
reeders Assn. in Knoxvills. The The show will be judged by and decrease the number of ,-- c ;i most important adaptations for others.As scarce corn in a cattle fatteningdiet

cuse is an announcement thate Otto G. Xobis of Davenport, large bass and other game fish. | many plants, particularly trees extremes in this requirement I being tested at the EugeneK.
Fifth Annual Southeastern Iowa nationally known breeder "Florida Is fortunately endowed 'and shrubs. 1 he cites the almond tree Denton farm at Flanders, N. J.
-egional Aberdeen Angus Cate of Aberdeen-Angus cattle. the first 25 20 lean
In days
for wildlife
conservation be and the butternut tree. Two or
Show and sale will be held The rest period may
ere Jan. 14. Originally bred in Scotland, ," Hantz said. He explainedthat likened to the long sleep or three weeks is the usual rest range steers gained on the aver
the Aberdeen-Angus was first in. in Wisconsin it was neces- I animals, period of the almond, but the age a little better than a pounda
saidere'll of
., The rapturous agent hibernation some
press troduced into the United Statesin sary to limit the wildlife population slow- butternut commonly rests threeor day, or about the gain on traditional -
be approximately 85 in that it brings a great
1873-just about the time because of the necessity four months. corn diet and the animals
oundation breeding animals in
when the big Western cattle for Winter feeding, while remained in perfect health, said
le show including 72 females TAKEN FROM THE SOW much than wanted be How soon rest starts depends -
boom was in progress. with the lustiness of growthof sooner they to the well Prof. William Ljungdahi of the
-ad 13 bulls. They fast became favorites plants and insect life, Flor- two pigs on the farm of Harlan Barnes, Westminster West, Vt., Urban Farms the kind on of tree age, on as moistureand as Rutgers University departmentof

The cattle will come from with American housewives, according ida could support an almost took to a friendly cow, and vice versa. Bossy bellows each morn- nutrient supply.In animal husbandry.
Arkansas, Florida, Kentucky, to Davis, and many a unlimited population of wildlife ing until the porkers are let into her pasture. some trees-the tung. for There is a surplus of potatoesnow
Louisiana, Mississippi the generation of Aberdeens became both fish and birds. and a shortage of corn.
--- -- -----
Carolinas and Tennessee. "prime carcasses of beef for Hautz and his wife are visitingthe On Increase example-the rest period is Each 100 pounds of freshly

Then the press agent rings in which butchers were willing to Meyerhoffs at their estate : Brahman Show. Sale To Be 'Biaoesf Yet'Special short brought day-lengths.on by the After arrival the rest of ground potatoes are treated witha
iie association's president, F. B. pay a higher premium as dressed near ClermonL I handful of regular salt and a
avis Jr., of Brays Island Plan- beef. I -oJoJ-- I has become deep a certain pint of water-diluted molasses to
I [ to Thr Sunday Sentinel-Star] animal are: T. P. Chaires, NEW YORK [lAP] There's -I amount of chilling temperature
ition, S. C., to wit: But that agent's lyric r in make a palatable feed.
heels and straw
OCAbA The 1948 version of Bradenton; Stuart Brothers, Bar- on the is needed to bring it to an endso
number and of anials -
J'"The type about the Aberdeens is in- Farmers
i entered in the show and sale triguing prose : Eye what is possibly Florida's most I II tow: Frank Bass, Wauchula; W? the ears of more New York City thpt buds can open and grow
makes it livestock I eagerly awaited annual live- E. Oxley, Brooksville; J. A. Bar- I slickers than you can shake a I normally when warm weather AND GAS
; an outstanding j ELECTRIC
"The top and bottom lines stock event-the Southeastern thle & Sons, San Antonio-. Y. bushel of oats at Urban dwellers comes.
event Breeders all
[ from ,', are straight; he said of theanimals' Brahman Cattle Show and Sale Carlton, Sarasota; The Whaley have displayed considerablezeal Knowledge of the rest periodis
[ of the Southeast have
parts con-
Igned some of their best stock outline, "the neck is I 1948 Weather -will be the biggest yet in all Company, Kissimmee; Stall- and ingenuity in finding of practical value in predictingcold APPLIANCESNationally
short and the meat carried patches of earth for their
but Fernan-
one department. worth; A. G. McArthur injury that may be sustained -
: of to
part a program designed "
down to the hocks. According to R G. "Bob" Herr- dina; A. Z. Olliff, Wauchula; Riv "farms. and explains why certain
[Improve beef cattle production "The color is black and the I As 1947 nears its end, a con man, secretary of the sponsoring er Ranch, Bascom; L. M. Carl- The metropolis has its share of i plants succeed in cold climates Known

head is hornless . (it'sJ] a type census of opinion among agriculture Southeastern Brahman Breeders' ton, Wauchula; Stockbridge and scientific farmers and an abun- I I but not in others. Name Brandsfor
that pleases the consumer and I experts discloses the general I Association the show will feature Blackwell, Sarasota: E. W. Williams dance of small-scale, one to nine 1-- -- -
makes more money for the pro- belief that the weather will : upwards of 150 registered Palatka; and Van Landingham acre farms.

ducer, the feeder and the butcher have more than anything else to Brahmans entered by breeders I Brothers, Belle Glade.In According to the Department I RUPTUREDThe '*

," I say about what American agriculture from all parts of Florida and addition to the show ac- Agriculture, there has beena IMMEDIAJEAPPLIANCE DELIVERY
The butcher especially "The does in 1918. I NEW Dobbs Truss 13 different
from Alabama, plus approxi--I thitirs! citizens of Ocala are five per cent increase in I Bulbless, beltless, strapless. NopincbinK.
butcher looking at this type Agriculture will have a mar- mately 30 junior entries purebred planning a colorful parade, farms under 10 acres in the binding, slipping or chafing CENTERS
sees a maximum developmentof ket for all the food, with a few I calves! owned by Florida 4- with results! of IJrahman crossbreeding United States during the past! demonstration Washable. sanitary. FREE
the better cut of meat witha possible exceptions, that it can II and FFA boys. to produce heavier five )'ears. Of the one million THE DOBBS TRUSS. 12 Carolina Ct. E. Jackson: Phono S-37M
minimum of waste." Hours 9 to S. Phono 2-1287.
produce. I The sale will be a little faster-maturing! and more economical farms in this class! today, I
That thick succulent
means Farmers plan to plant larger t smaller than last! year's, according beef animals to be displayed many have been developednear I--
steaks, but the for-
press agent acreages. They hate more I to Herrmann, but on floats, a street fair urban areas and are operated II
.: : I I got to say how much they cost tractors and other machinery.The I quality is higher than ever and sponsored by an organizationof on a part-time basis. I

fertilizer supply will be a 22 breeders are consigning. A business! \\ and the annual .
I Reasons for the growth of the
: INNERSPRING : Forest Expert Figures little larger. There will be no liiit of two animals per breeder Brahman Ran I. Breeders part-time or subsistence farm in

I MATTRESSES : Speed of: Tree Growth critical shortages of workers. was set by the associationlast plan to have a banquet where urban areas are, according to
: .. Spring, thus accountingfor prizes will be presented! beginning I
BOX SPRINGS I agricultural the
: WOOSTER, O. [IUPI] If are And they have the incentive. I county experts
you the fact that 29 animalsare at 7 p.m. Jan. 8, the night
: HOLLYWOOD BEDS : ever called upon to answer the Agricultural department officials'i to be sold compared to 43 before the sale., I availability of mechanized for equip-small
ment specially designed
question of how fast do trees predict a continuation of favorable in 1947. The show itself will begin withjudging I
: : farms and the necessity for moderate
MANUFACTURED TO YOUB grow, the answer is 101 feet prices. Jan. 6-9 are the dates set for of junior exhibits and The home of fine Innerspring Mattresses and
INDIVIDUAL ORDER 0 and low income families to
0 0 AT FACTORY PRICES 0 .board measure per acre in trees But drought took hold of the the annual show and sale, with male classes, including grand
: I.tattre.. ReDonUua A Speclalt7An7wber. !10 inches in diameter or better, rich wheat producing area of the entries scheduled on Jan. 6, the champion bull, beginning at meet One inflationary such typical costs. Matching Box Spr'inqs.Drop .
1D 'DUal Plorida breast high, annually. Southwest last FalL As a conse- show Jan. 7 and 8 and 10:00 Jan. 7.
on the : a.m. on Wednesday
O built Into
i farmer, John Peterson, municipal In today and see QUALITY
quence, there was a serious decline a
: "Call I That, according to B. E. Leete, sale-climax of the four day pro- On Thursday, Jan. 8, judgingof
C To4a0 in
N. Y.
employe Flushing, ,
Bleep Better Tonight" 0I forester for the Ohio Agricultural in Fall seeding ofWinter, gram-scheduled at 1 p.m. on female and group classes including has three acresadjoining his these fine sleep Inducing products.
0 Experiment Station is the wheat.It Jan. female
an- Friday, 9. grand champion
house under
cultivation lie
: ECHOLS BEDDING CO. swer. Leete said a set of 70 experimental -I was the weather that hit the List of consignors to the sale will begin at 10 a.m., with junior uses a machine which has num-
plots established two 1947 corn crop, first by a wet, reads like a "Who's Who" of judging contests scheduled to
to Butford Jut Booth
: h'Wy erous attachments for ploying, Tan Friday ABC a
ParadV Mwdar
cool Spring and later by dryness Llttn t "Plutwv WHOO-9M at 1.45
tao Underpass years ago have been measured by Brahman Breeders with breeders start at 1 p.m. No events are discing and .
I -. Phone Winter Park 718 the system devised by C. B. Stottof during the growing season. As a from as far west in Floridaas planned prior to the sale at 1 harrowing.A tlI
...P. O. Box 787. Orlando ?I&. result, the corn dropped 25 recent made by 7Duew/;
the U. S. Forest Service, :Mil crop Bascom and as far south as I pm. on Friday, Jan. 9. survey
shortage; in feeds which will force with M. C. Stallworth Jr., of I Risser Opens Sanford equipment reveals that as muchas Deposit a Part of Each Dollar
farmers to lower their production $1.700 an acre can be grossed
Vinegar Bend, Ala., also a con- You Earn Before You Spenda
I is here and it's for "YOU"JINANCE of livestock for 1948. signor. :, Market News Office by part-time farmers using me-
mranized Single Cent and Provide
Barring widespread droughtand The list includes only seven [Spe-ial to The Sunday Sent.nel-Star equipment and plant
an unforeseen sharp drop in breeders who are consigning as SANFORD J. Risser of the ing specialized crc s for city I for Tomorrows Security. ikTHE

farm prices agriculture's net many as two animals as follows: Federal-State Market News has consumption.er .
income in 1948! should about Russell Farmer, Wauchula; Nor- arrived in Sanford and openedhis I FIRST NATIONAL BANK AT ORLANDO

LOANSUP match the 1947 record of $18 bil ris Cattle Company, Ocala; Dur- offices at the State Farmers' , said yesterday that Risser expects Capital and Surplus One Million Dollars

lion. rance Ranch, Brighton; Henry Market for the coming season. to begin getting out the MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
O. Partin and Sons, Kissimmee; II. J. Lehman, market manag- daily celery reports on Jan. 2.
If America's crop'land were G. W. Mann Ranch. Bartow;
: : UP TO fenced into equal shares, each in Polk Brahman Farms, Winter

dividual's plot would be smaller Haven; C. II. Beville, BushnelL
than three football fields. Breeders who will sell only


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JFIL@ II smQGQ fjCCIHJ Juice Freezing Plant May ODe

C New Market For Citrus Grower;

Covers Central, Florida Agricultural Interests Like the Morning Dew By HAL POUTER
[01r0..., S'Off Ccxrsx->"Fn'1

Orlando, Florida, December 28, 1947 Telephones: 4161 or 3-1681 ehr S.unbatt tntinr1-jtttr Page 25 CLERIOXTKurt: Remus nationally known catere_ _

Milwaukee: plans a new deal for Florida Citrus GrowerIt

I was learned in an interview in Clermont. that Rem:

Farm Casualty [ Large Vegetable Production Indicated Tree-Spacing is making arrangements to set up a buying depot in La1

I II County to purchase fruit for shipping in bulk to an e.
traction and freezing plant in Mil-' --
Sales DirectorTo Prospective production this I II ter celery in Florida, California <:production was given as follows: ,' winter peppers was given as 3.000 waukee. He explained that he I tj
I and Arizona was reported at Arizona, 23,000 acres, producing acres, 15 per cent les than a Improves JuiceNot will buy from established packing will open up a new market for
Visit StateDavid season of the principal vegetables 6.398,000 half-size crates, 28 per 3,220,000 crates [4-6 doz.); California -I year ago but two per cent above houses and he will ship in I citrus fruit. He hopes at an
I grown in Florida is contained in cent above a year ago and 46 27,000 acres, producing the average. An increase in the I I hulk without coloring grading nr I early date to have more della-

J. Meiher, Jackson, I the current truck crop report of' per cent above average. Florida's r.,400,000 crates; Florida iceberg, acreage of the Spring crop over I only fruit color but gen- packaging!:: thus making;!: a saving I i I tion ite information of his Florida a*buying to the depot locaI !

Miss., director of sales for the the U. S. Department of Agri--: indicated production is 3.300,000 1,300 acres, producing 195,000 last :year was foreseen. I eral ji.ice quality and the \ita- and therefore will be able to pay I and as to when he will begin j
Farm Bureau Casualty culture's Bureau of Agricultural crates. I. crates. and Florida Big Boston Pro! "f'ctlproduction of lr17INMI min C content of citrus fruit is higher prices for fruit. I operations
Southern I ,
Insurance Co., will be in Florida economics.The I "}'iOIs In the Everglades!; !i icaused I and Romaine, 600 acres produ- in bushels Florida of"nt..r and Texas.potatoes I improved when trees are spaced I Remus has arranJ.mf'Ia"t"nt"arly i Kurt Remus operates thllargest
report was prepared by I a 15; per cent acreage [ cing 96,000 crates. a reasonable distance apart. completed to establish a ( oldest. and best-knowf
Jan. 5 to 10 to conduct training and Rose noted that 10 per cent less!' than last Reason I
statistician decline in }Florida where nearly Owens

.1. B. Owens agricultural I So say U. S. Department of fruit juice extraction and catering company in he !>IiI
schools for agents and address and G. N. Rose. associate I 60 per cent of the Winter estimates for Big Boston lettuce and 30 ierent below Agriculture citrus fruit specialists freezing plant in Milwaukee, I west. At the outbreak;! of L'"l
7' several county Farm Bureau 'agricultural economist. I II acreage!; is grown!; ," Owens andhose were in the 4-6 dozen size crate I average: ', was rt'I>ort..d. The estimated I who have l been studying! using. recently-deseloped automatic last war he was called : said. "JlO\\ this was instead of the small crate. acreage: is 8,300: acr..s."Florida I'
meetings. I They said the indicated 19- f'.r what is required to produce su machinery which receives ington:: to organize a nutrition df* -
48 production of w inter cabbage more than offset by Inr'rf'a".sIn They said the"int..r crop is estimated. to have perior oranges, grapefruit and the w hole fruit in a tinge partment for feeding soldiers. Hj
John Ford, executive secretary in Florida is 112,000: ( ton*. com- California and Ari/ona." of lima beans in Florida is Indicated 7,500 acres with an indicated production "- tangerines. hopper, cut! it, squeeze'" out closed up his business in Milwav
of the Florida Bureau I! Ilal..dlth 100,000 la..t"ntt'r I A record crop of escarole was to be 162,000: bushels of 1,125,000 bushels, Growers were' ydtfced long I juice, deliver the juice strained kee for the duration and operate*]-------
Federation, said jrsterday. and a 10->ear 19.17-46 averageof 'reported in prospect for Florida' 6O,000 bushels above the production i Owens and Rose said. "Texas' I ago: to space their trees far and frozen in chunk and I cafeterias at Army Camps on _ _
:Meiher v\ould be in Central x,10O; ( tons. The indicated I this season, 1,800,000 bushels : a year ago; and 37,000 j acreage is estimated at SOlO acres enough apart to permit sun disposes of the waste productsin hundred thousand copies i of I
Florida Jan. 7 and 8. He will j 3ield per acre is eight tons : compared with 958,000 bushels' bushels above the 10-year aver I and its production at 46,000 : light: to reach the fruit becauseof one operation.The ; booklet entitled. How Remus 0I
confer with agent and address and of I age. bushles. I color hut the findings on 'Milwaukee Does It was cire': '
i one above the average. I last year an average j frozen juice blocks are ______
meeting of the Lake' County Cabbage production in the 889,000 bushels for the years 1 "The preliminary acreageis I "The prospective acreage of the I II I juice quality and vitamin Care wrapped in thick celophane and fated by the Government durinji

Farm Bureau in Knstis Jan. 7. I other Winter producing area was 1937 to 19-16. Acreage was esti-- estimated at 1,900 acres, 58 I early Spring potato? crop which is :. new. I sealed so that even though;!: the ;i the war. _ _
The. following: day he will conduct estimated as follows: Texas 205- mated at 3,000 acres, up 11 per' per cent above last season but 12 grown in Florida and the Texas It is now apparent. according I' block melts and juice will not Remus i is! visiting: the I.-,____
a training school here at 000 tons: California. 72.000 tons: cent. ; per cent below average," they Lower Valley is placed at 25.000: to the !specialists that it is justas leak away. The blocks will be hoffs. former beaiitii. nsof:; Mi_ ____
the Angehilt; Hotel. I land Arizona 11 (000 tons givinga The" report showed a Winter added. "The indicated yield per acres 12 per cent above last important that cut I us for canning marketed through nationwide waukee. who now operate t'\\

Meiher's schedule for the rest total for the Lnitcd States of lettuce crop of 8.911,000 crates is acre is 85: bushels which is 25 'ear'-- harvested acreage and nine be grown on \'phpared frozen fruit distributors: to grocery -I :Meyerhoff Beauty Parloi tn (cIstmont. :
of the week will be as follows: 400.000 tons. indicated? for the United States. bushels above average"' pe ,-ent more than the' 19; and Florida planted to average of 27.620( acres fresh utilizes fruit. I to attend a nationwide convert
Jan. 5, Marianna where he will i The prosp ,tive crop of winKILGORE'S Estimated acreage acreage process fully ripe ,
Waste i is presented and a healthful i tion of restaurant owners an,1
address the Jackson County I -- I food product Is available on [caterers held in coniun- ion:: w I _ _
Farm Bureau; Jan. 9, Sebring, .1 _ Fruit Men grocer's shelves at a modest price. the Southern Regional Oonv_ _

for a meeting of the Highlands irI Small Remus .....1If'hi" project tion in Miami. __

County Farm Bureau, and Jan. /

10.training Fort school Lauderdale agents To Hear Taylor I --- White Dutch Clover P/anfei/

He will be accompanied on his
tour of the State by Howard G.
Gamble, director of sales in $: t : rI Extensively To Improve I Pasture! --
Florida for the company. I 1 Ti ,3f> ol to Orlando Morr nq Sentinel] _ _
Phil S. Taylor
White Dutch Clover has been planted extensively by cattlemen
of the
supervising inspector
WALL TILETileOPlastic stale; Department of Agriculture. in Orange County this Fall County Agent F. E BaetzmaiJ

III) be the principal speaker at reported yesterday. _ _
i field meet of Central Florida He said that approximately 700 acres of pasture were seede!

I A Dow Chemical PlastIc k oo ,mall fruit growers here next to clover by fixe county dairymen and three !beef cattle producer:
521 S. Kuhl Phone 2-2821 Tuesday at 10am. I -
last month. The plantings: were9'
I The meeting is being -
sponsored '
WYCKOFF HARDWARE made in conjunction with such j
by the Florida Crape as TilE LATEST HITS
permanent pasture grasses
Growers and arranged; by
carpet, Bermuda or Bahia. | \RET THE
County Agent: R. E. Norris, secretary. I
WARREN'S The program will feature "Hundred of acres' in Orange UNIQUE RECORD SHOP
lectures and actual field County were planted to I
Fine FurnitureFLOOR demonstrations on the layingout !: carpet grass before and duringthe ; 31 East ChurchPh.
3-1833; Open From 9 to 9 j
COVERINGS of grape vineyards and war. the county agent I
APPLIANCES fruit orchards tO f'tht'rith I said. Carpet grass:!' alone is not j I

1M. ratrbanki Ave. .:- Winter Park demonstrations on the propagation a very heavy producer, but It ,
Open Monday Eveninf ; and pruning) of the various was the b..st'f' had then. I DOWNTOWN
fruits. "The only salvation I see for Located on tbt PaUo
Included{ in the program will
demonstrations the countv's large carpet grass Reached... ..4
he discussions From 12t N uranoU
AP'ftureofWATCH dealing with grapes plantings is to add clover to the 1 West WaslWltoo ok
provided they contain
nearhes pears, plums persimmons pastures OWL BOOK SHOP
good rich soil that is moist in
and other deciduous fruits
and Fall when clover
1CQfitfX I idapted to Central Florida. !: Spring*
The meeting will be held at fJ grows |'
Dr Charles Demko's vineyard 1 I Baetzman; said fertilization carpet ,grass.will! :& -u* -SPECIALPermanent *****

will include L. with proper Ware $3.00 Cp
- -- -- --- - -- --- -- hero Speakers -
AFTER SPENDING THREE YEARS in the Marine Corps without II. Stover. Ieesburg, on Com i it produce no more than 100 pounds on the < BEAUTYExpert
of beef per acre per year
getting a scratch, Marion Walton, Congerville, III) farmer, lost l>arati\e Spray; Trials with new ". I average whereas combinationgiass 'Ice7's. SHOP
II. Blackmon horticulturist
Materials I
fIpet waIs In s.e Sas his hands while operating a husking machine nine months after ;. Florida Agricultural s,.. r ; ; and clover pastures have Technician: .

his discharge. Back on the job again (labove], he proves his Experiment Station, The Grape r "' '\ p. ., !I shown an annual beef production 'II !JIM: E.: Churrhs.. Phone MIUJ
handicap is no drawback as he husks corn with his artificial Situation in South Georgia; Al ..' t.or: -;:: ): 'I six to seven times greater. _7Snnnn7S7S1Sn-7S"' _7l';
I hands. I Weaver :Minneola, The Possibil i.\. . .:::: >S. ,... 'I "At the. Ona Range Cattle I

... _--_ _ _ _ _ itv of Persimmons in Central ; PRE-COOLING EXPERIMENT: Electrical thermometer used to I Experiment Station they have READYour
Florida: Dr. Demko and Stover. : produced BOO pounds of beef' ,
INSECTS 'BEWARE' IN '48 I Planting a Young Vineyard determine temperature of fruit is shown being thrust into an per acre per year on grass: and I Home-Town

demonstration: II. P. RentfrowThe orange during test of pre-cooling equipment at Chase & Co I clover," he reported. And at Newsnaper
Proper Method of Pruning' Gainesville, where' they have Over M to Choo.. rrom

; Cheaper 'Bombs' In Prospect : Young and Old Plum, Peach and plant in ,)clI11ord.flre Horn thermometer permits readings to better soil, gains of as high; as Brown's Cigar & News Store
Pear Trees. I| 4. N. Phon UU
( cooled. 750: pounds per acre per year OriBg
.. Those attending the meeting I be made while refrigerator railway car is being have been made." j i

Less expensive aerosol containers , Most of the aerosol dispensers should: bring a picnic lunch The CloT not only provides excellent ,,

1 are in prospect for next season . or ..horn...." developed dur association will furnish coffee Test Made Of New'Rail forage he explained. but I. ANNOUNCINGCRYSTALS
--- -- ---
I according to the U. S. Department . inth/:!: war for the armed also enriches the soil by building ,
for all shape
I Corrigan in it. I
of Agi culture. forces were loaded with DOT up nitrogen I WATCHESi
I Baetzman said the Orange
f I Visit our new Juvenile Furniture I Lower prices for these devices: I and plajethium usually a'I Farm Bureau Duties County" clover plantings he has noun SERVICE REPAIRINOnInnw'
\nnex. The largest selection of for flies and i Pre-Cooling fine"
Storkllne. Kroll. and Tha>er juvenile I killing mosquitoes, mixture of the tnodissoledin !seen are "coming along JEWELRY
furniture in Central Florida. I other insect pests should be possible 'I Freon-12: gas; compressed. to I Of III President I and. according to one Agricultural DLUUIV O l8WCburehStuNSRCACASLI .

t because lower gas pressures, liquid form. Since Freon-12 F II Corrigan, Bradenton. A ly-developcd air-condi I' nut has a number' of featuresquite I the Experiment best in Florida.Station man. '

,I will do the work. Lower gas: I exerts a pressure of about 8.1 vice president of the Florida :, tioning machine for pre-cooling I different from other pre- I are Those who! planted clover were

t4L'ILNlTULi will permit the use of''I to the inch at i Farm Bureau Federation, has 50c
pressures pounds I Eunice.T.
J S t square I'I railway cars was tested duringthe cooling:: devices in more or less Clarence Datson. Gordon CRYSTALS
been asked Pres WMunroe.
less substantial and less -I ordinary the by George G. Lee. Carroll Ward and Clarence -
((483 N. Orange Phone 2-1173j expen- temperatures f : Quincv. to serve as act- past week by the Orlando common use throughout the ,
r '?I AK : -- fc.-1 f f- \. i I sive containers. "bombs" had to be built witha ing president until Munroe recovers field station of the 1T. S. Department State." Winston! sauL, One is I Ziegler. dairymen. and L ORLANDO JEWELRY STORE
- -- -- I B McLeod George Terry and
margin of safety, and this from a recent operation. of Agriculture's Bureau of that by means of a gate' in the I C. cattlemen. SWISS AND AMERICAN
made these containers the principal John Ford, executive Plant Industry as a service to air channel the flow of cold air I WATCH REPAIRING
.. 111- I-
I m Ormnl (
BRED-RITE SEEDSAnd announced yesterday. secretary'j' fruit and vegetable shippers. !
item of cost. can he directed at will toward Scientific agriculture enablesthe
conducted J.
Ir. Munroe is The tests were by I
FARMER'S Supplies Continuing their research and provement but his convalescence 1, Winston, who is In charge of either the top or the bottom of average farm worker to proI I .

The testing program, Federal chem will take several weeks," handling. transportation and stor-I the load of fruit." I fluce nearly two-thirds more than Guaranteed Week
Standard of Durability in Florida for Over 35 Years I
I I in the South- he" did 20 year ago. j E:5: ; RADIOSERVICE
ists and entomologists have experimented Ford said. age investigations i The test was conducted in cooperation I

We specialize In the breeding and development I with other gases and The executive secretary also : east area for the bureau. with representatives of
c? .. disclosed that the quarterly They took, place at the Sanford & Co. Westinghouse ABCDIAPER
of mixtures of Chase ,
vegetable, flower and field gases-some
sug-- I '
I' meeting of the federation; citrus parking/:!: house of Co. and the Fruit Growers Express -1 I Fait-Rffleie.$
crop seeds especially adapted to Florida gested by commercial firms. Chase & Co., where two refrigerator SERVICE
board of directors will be held : I Co., owner of the refrigerator OROPER'S1e
conditions. We handle
4. Ei-owing everything I I :Many have hail to be-rejected, in Gainesville Jan. 24. It will be !; cars were each loaded cars. Both Randall and Sid .
for the Florida )grower including either because DDT did not dis- with 420 boxes' of oranges preparatory New Accounts and Future MusIc Store
j, their first full meeting since the Chase were present at various -
ney $4-
\\\ complete line of insecticides and fungi. Reservations Are Solicited W W Cbvefc
1 soh e well or l because of fire haz- 'organization's annual conventionlast to shipment. to Newlork times. i
'."\ rid rs.Igort't ards. Freon-11, which develops City.After Telephone 2-1171
$119. .... I month. I The test was started at 4:30: I
much less pressure than Freon-, I they were loaded the Dec. :7 and was not completed An Makes Radios aad PbonofMpkS
able. Send new for 148 jour Annual free copy Catalog of this and valuable Planting book.Guide BOW atall- methylene: chloride which is I Heavy Potato Harvest i fruit in one of the cars was cooled p.m. until nearly 12 hours later, I SERVICEALL
l a good sol\ent for DDT. andotl1l'I' I with the new machine a product 3.45 a.m. Dec. 21. RADIO
75 U youCOPV are Interested in flowers and home beaulification., ask for a FREE Co. :
gases have been tested to Expected From 20 Acres of Westinghouse "Normally it takes only five
\\ar\msj; combinations and se\-' ''t t'r( : 'ciL1ESIWRF'red S".,' ...."'1'' while the fruit in the other car or-six hours to pre-cool a car. hut WORK
The oral I have: prmcd satisfactory at was cooled for comparative purposes Pickup and Oell try
Seed failure the
Kilgore Company : ; Kramer" :3d because! of a power
prosui ros of from 2.:> to 40 and Frank Lukens are harvesting with ice and a Preco Fan ,test had to be extended," Winston DIAPER SERVICEFor I Ii E. O. HODGE JR.
General Office* and Mail Order Department Plant City Florida IMtumU) the square inch. sweet potatoes from the 20 Co. fan. : said. ltM.rv tin* .. Immodioto Oolivonr
Kiljore Stores at :Sanford, Ocala, and Games\ille, Kla. of electrical thermometers -- PHONE 2-33S7
I For By means
!satisfactory electrical Par
the W.
I performance acres they have near here. They i In addition to ('hone16.)1 805
j I at the lower pressure it is i usually expect to harvest at least 5.000 placed at various points I thermometers with which readings i I - --
,I necessary to use a modified bushels. The Yield l is of good throughout each car, the temperature : were taken. five automatic I
| nozzle. Hut the expense of the size and quality Kramer said. I was read and recorded at recording thermometers were I
J i I : and dispenses the fine mist I ship them during the period 1 were to be taken en route I continuous record of the temperature WOMEN
Brahmanslj : I that carries the insecticide I Ii from February to April when and at tars' destination. I II : from the time the cars were WHITE

Buy } i(: I should prove materially lower.I I"-prices- -are- high. ------ I gives" \'e the won't best know results which until"system the I:tination.loaded until they reach their des-

final readings are made, Win first this are
: : I i The tests season
I December 28, 1947 I part of a series of investigations
I I He' said he hoped to repeatthe i'' in which the bureau has assisted
j"i tests two or I fruit and vegetable shippers by
I I particularly during/:!: warmer :i the efficiency of various
I We comparing
ore frequently asked whether the of
sowing rye gross seed into weather in the Spring, and that devices.
the costing lawn for the Winter is detrimental to Hit permanent grass general bulletin i pre-coolmg
if this l is J possible a ;
AT Our observation is that if properly p'onted and cared for it n not and may be issued. Meanwhile -

1'1' may even be beneficial. In the first place 0'. sowing should not be preliminary: results) will 2 4-D Valuable

OCALAFLORIDA heavy I suggest not over U Ib to the 100 sq. feet of area. The he available to shippers, as soon ,
il1 ground should be thoroughly' moistened before sowing. The seed then as they are compiled 'Aid In Keeping FREE TRANSPORTATION FURNISHEDTO

spread over the area as uniformly as possible. The area the lightly I When the weather is warm citrus -
I watered, nozzle the hose make fruit is cooled in transit to Ditches Clear AND FROM ORLANDO
using a on to a fine spray which will not
4 I FOURTH ANNUAL SHOW ! wash the seed into In few weeks I maintain its freshness and to prevent -
AND SALESponsord 111 puddles. a when the gross i is about two I decay i The selective action that has
inches high it should be mowed and kept well mowed throughout the
: I This is (lone conventionally I made 2. 4-D 80 useful as a weed
II!, ,','II Winter so that the rye gross will not choke out the permanent gross. The means of ice-filled bunkers in t the I killer in lawns and pastures We Guarantee Good

Ii"" By I i:1I cut gross should be removed [la PARKER YARDGROOM SWEEPER is ideal refrigerator cars about 10 percent I makes it valuable in keeping ,
I, I':' for this purpose] so as not to choke out or scold the permanent gross. of which are now equippedwith I drainage ditches in condition for 'While
The roofs of the rye gross will penetrate a packed soil and when Preco fans to circulate the ; full service, the U.; S. Depart- : Pay Learning
Southeastern Brnlmiori! Breeders Association I they decay will help the soil and furnish a natural organic fertilizer for air. The fans get their power ment of Agriculture reports. I
the permanent grass. from one of the car wheels, when This Is because the chemical

In the Spring when the weather gets warm it is natural for the ryt the car is in motion, or from an kilN many broad-leaved plants BUS LEAVES W. CENTRAL AT

\ Ga., Ala., Miss., Fla., No. and So. Carolina grass to die. let the lawn then dry for a short period, long enough to electric motor when the load Is without Injuring plants of the I

1,I I kill out the rye grass, then fertilize lightly and soak well to give the ment.is being pre-cooled before ship- I' grass family.Broadleaved. plants both alive WESTMORELAND 6:45: A.M. DAILY

I II permanent grass a good start. fc
II The new Westinghouse pre- I and dead. tend to obstruct drainage
,iii! Now is the time to buy beautiful camellias and lovely rose bushes THRU FRIDAY-
6th cooling machine, Winston raid is i canals and ditches and to MONDAY
.. January 9thFIESTA ;'::I while we still have a large selection.ORLANDO built like an office or store air- I contribute to building up liars. of'I ,

conditioning unit and is mountedon : sand and !silt' Low' growing
:' NURSERIES a truck which can be run grasses, on the contrary. do not PLYMOUTH CITRUS GRO. ASSH.
alongside a refrigerator car Cold check the flow of water seriously -
Street Fair-Donee-Parade FIESTA 'S1 N ORANGE AVE PHONE un air from the machine is Intro- They bend with the current
L\MOWERS' !'CAJ'Io.G-: FERTILIZERS- CRETKL\G LAWS SWEEPERS ORNaMENTAL- LAWN duced into the car through a rectangular -, and "shingle" the soiL Their PLYMOUTH, FLA. 4*
I PLANT fibre tube large enoughto roots also check erosion by binding
J fit into the car door. I soil washed from the banks.


Telephones: 4161 or 3-1681 Orlando, Florida, December 28, 1947FREDDIE'S ZELLWOOD INN
Pane 25 thr Q.ltnaali ficnttncl-I"tltr Free Mailing
Amerlcan-Plan-Rates $25 Weekly
Serving good home cooked food family style-an you can cat
Hours Weekdays 12 noon 6 p.m. $1.23
Chicken every Sunday at 1 p.m. for $2.00 with giblet gravy
Service Halted dressing, 6 fresh vegetables' salad, hot biscuits, butter Fla.
a x IS honey, fresh apples' stewed' ice cream, cake & drink.
4i For Reservations Phone Zellwood, Fla I9SS .
Postmaster James D. Beggs
yesterday announced that notice

; has been received from the third DRIVE-IN
assistant postmaster general to Tl.eat..e
I effect that free mail privileges
i i I accorded members of the Armed I ..
A Forces for first class letter mail "STORK CLUB"

ceases to be in effect after Dec. Betty Hatton-Don DeFore-Barry Fitzgerald:

4 31. Fir,? .- V> CMI- ...- T.Nw"CARTOON".. Can .<._ trr r_._ ghra h. IM
In the
compliance regulations -
a i. l ; awa the postmaster said, \
< all matter' deposited for mailing -
1 iir1-; by members of the Armed' It's Different! It's Tasty! It's Delicious!

t Forces after Dec. 31
is subject to postage.At !' ; i
the same time it was announced '
s'ti I toll Coarse Dinner Sl.U Platter Cole Slaw, French Fries 75.
that effective Jan. 1. the
weight limit of parcel post pack- ORLANDO RESTAURANT
ages addressed for delivery in ,
France will be increased from 11 Corner N. Orange and Amelia Free Parking !. RearGaryrs
to 22 pounds. The postage rate I .
k : : is 14 cents per pound At the I

? 1L ; rot one same parcel time a the week limitation from the of same only'; DUCK INN "* :" T:::L ..it

sender to the same addresses has We serve the same delicious foods from noon tin 6 thatd"
been eliminated. you get during tin evening.
Attention is also called to the French
Postal Administration ruling cried
which prohibits inclusion of tobacco
a'. a 113 c in any form in gift parcels
I / I I 1 / 1A sent to Italy. Italian customs
authorities are now examiningall
gift parcels and assessing
: duty and penalties on merchan

t dise improperly enclosed.

t 6 r 'faq'r
y tfy Shipping Time

Of Thermopane

>e 1 1 : t
j Orders Reducedis

:f isa. -... T. T r> Suno-iv Ser- -y' Star] - .
t .
NI / 1 A new expedited - -- -- --- - -
/ d 4 w. factory delivery !schedule by
hn-h shipments of thermopane CLUB CABANA

,. insulated window units are made
. 45 days from receipt of order has
1 3 Miles North of Orlando
been put into effect by Liberty I
O'enFord Glass Co it was announced Highway
? yesterday bv G P. :\IacI I FOR YOUR DANCING PLEASURE
: Y Nichol .Jr.. vice president
f 2 I I I MarMrhoI reported| the deliv- I STEWART MARTIN IS ORCHESTRA
1 4 schedule has been speededby
: fry
$__ _ _ I
a doubling production
within the last year and the EVERY NIGHT
HOLLYWOOD WITH LOUELLA O. PARSONS Florida Annual specification of standard sizes

by architects. I ALSO THE MOVIE BAR

..,. FOR STEAKST Hiway Gift Show Slated I plant"Our engineered present for Thermopane large-scale A New Show Each Monday and Thursday
Mi. No. Orlando M Sanford Married Man i
Steaks. Chock: Shrimp & Oyster
COURSE DINNERS __$!JO Up Edqar Bergen a Here Jan. 47The I production and has staffed been completelydeveloped since the I AND THE" BEST STEAKS IN TOWN

Cocktail Car Open Sunday 2 p.m. second annual all-Floridj I i end of the war/' MacNichol said 1 Also Chicken and Sea Food from 6 'til Closing
and PaCLase Closed Monday By LOUELLA O. PARSONS caped many designing mammas 1 the way she wore the new look China. Class and Gift show wit I I 0 "Under heavy pressure of orders

HOLLYWOOD When Edgar I and eager-to-be Mrs. Bergens and I gowns. he held here .Tan. 4 to 7 at th(; 'it has greatly increased produc- I NO COVER CLOSED SUNDAY

Frances then Frances When I said as much to Ed- San Juan Hotel it was announced tion. Distributors now stock .. .. --_ -
Bergen married pretty came into his 1 gar he said, "Frances will like yesterday by :M. E. Lord. many of the more than 60 stand- .- - "- -
Westerman, one of the most 1 life. The moment that. president of the Southern Gif t t''and sizes of Thermopane which I
eligible bachelors, not only in he met the "And you do, too," I added. Assn., sponsors of the show. I makes for prompt deliveries to
Hollywood, but in the country, charming girl I, The Bergens really captured | The latest in domestic and im_ most types of building jobs."
Q hooked New York. I saw them at all i china ceramicsand
was removed from the list of pos he was ported crystals I t
Now w He never so the parties. Edgar has overcome ,> jewelry will be exhibitw 1 Orange is the color most likely
sibilities.For I much as looked his shyness. I used to think he I during the four day show, Lon d I to attract attention color expertssay.
Showing a long time, Edgar had es- in the direction was self-conscious, self-effacing. I
of anyone else. and unhappy with crowds. For i, said.Business meetings j)>f the as .
r fled 1 LamarrDishonored He had foughtmarriage a gveat artist and such a sue- ': sociation will be held during th Lady"With 0" be- it.sful one, he seemed so fright- :, four day gathering which wil 1 l' THESUMMER
RAPETTI .1 cause he didn't ened of people. I j be attended by members of thi.e I SET HOUSE r
Dennis O'Keefe think it was forlxrnella Parsons Well marriage helped him i i association from nearly ever:r CHOICE FOODS
Al30 FOR SPAGHETTI him. Moreover, Frances wasn't there. It helped him overcome j I I Southern State.G.1RDKXK TASTILY PREPARED '
L Mickey House Served S to P.M. anxious to get married. either. his fear and has given him the i St'ak-So.Seafood; Fr Ch.ck.n c.
.E Closed Monday She\ wanted to continue her career poise and assurance in privatelife : 'MARKETED'In I Open S:30 A.M. to 11:00 P.MReasonable :i. ( .
Rt. 17-92 Winter Park had whenhe Prices
as a singer. \Vhen they that he has always I
(I .nc, '',0'!n 1'1I'1I1I1I1I'IIIII'II''tltI'tI''WII''III11II1'lIIlIItI.!' ,,,,,,' ''', !'' !: !,,. did marry, they kept it a secretto lets Charlie McCarthy do the 17th gardens"century were Quebec sold, in"vegtable thi eWINTER e 52S Orlando A,.. Killarney PARK Kornen S7-102
chance to talking. --- --
bride -
give the a goon 12:45ORA11l1IllS
markets each Fall Boxes o Open
with her singing career, but When we were talking I asked
Dance to the brand new music of when the stork came winging him how his two-year-old daughter earth in which rooted lettuc e, TAFFRAILCLUBFLOOR

SAMMY GOBLE Cr his orchestra their way thev had to admit i Candace was. lie "just hap plants were growing i wer.ed *
Frances was Mrs. Bergen and pened to have some pictures of bought bv townspeople" am, SHOW
TOXITE 8:30-18 PJL stored their cella1 to msur
in ( '
had been for almost a year. I her in his pocket. She a
beauty and. like every doting a supply of greens during th e and Orchestra
LAKESIDE PARK The Bergens and I were in 0 \Vinter.BESSER'S.
father. Edgar tolls everythingshe Saturday Nites
ZH Mile South of Orlando on Old Dixie Highway New York at the same time a I' does. lie used to talk about FUN OF UUGIS} \ ..Ra
few weeks ago!: so Edgar and I Charlie but Charlie has been FAVORS

had lunch together. lie was 'I relegated to the backgroundEven \\O NEW YEAR'S EVEA
4 Mi. South Cocktail Bar In rare good form. the room that Edgar usedto \ 1

On Orange SHO BOAT Open 2 P.M. "Edgar," I said,"your marriage I have in his home for Charlie Limited Number of
Blossom Trail Dining Room has worked out wonderfully. and all his clothes has been RESTAURANTWe Reservations at $150 1)r
Open 4 P.M.SPECI.L "More than that" he replied turned over to Candy.I Western Serve Z Meals Daily per person M eol".Z
Beef Soar
"it was the best thing I ever did had a chance to be proud. Cream-Pnropernirkle A Rye Bread Phone County I900-J-3 ,,eswt' Mr
Roast Prime Ribs of Beef
Turkey, Au Jos
or $1.50 in life. Frances has the too when Edgar told me he owesa 119 W. Church St. Tel t-ZZZt 1 Miles West Winter Garden Road
L Roast Chicken .. ___.. ........ ._.. ......_..... .. . good my sense to know that there lot to Harriet Parsons. Edgar

could never be any happiness for says Harriet was the one who I
either of us if she were the typeof wanted him to play the amorous Enjoy/ the hospitality and the Holiday festivities atIH
girl who played cards all afternoon but pathetic Norwegian under I
and was constantly on taker in RKO's I Remember Mama ror 4 RE rsrt 11011115 Spical Span Saon."w1" ,
FOR A SUCCESSFUL NEW YEAR'S the go-to luncheons and par I, and wouldn't give up until ... CLUB EL PATIO Si. .. F (/, "Gridiron Greatness" J;
ties." I he was signed for the role.I Conoid Duck CortOM
PARTYASSOCIATEDSUGGESTS "So that's why you let her go think he is secretly delightedthat RESTAURANT -:. COCKTAILS -:- DANCING i
into the dress businessI said. I he did something withoutthe
Open 7 days a week
THESE RECORDS He laughed. "Frances is a good I scene-stealing dummy. I
business woman. Almost too : seem to remember that Edgar
good. You see I own the building even gave up a trip to Sweden to * * *
the shop is in and have never play in George Stevens' picture fE 0L. L
RECORDS been able to collect a cent of But. Edgar and Frances are going For a Delightful Evening . E I J: n 12:4.s
rent What's more the dressesare to Sweden this Summer. --tc NOW NOW SII
:' ;iFrankie Carle's Peggy O'Neil _____________.$ .75 all in her size. and she buys lie tells me he is going to I -SNOWT4s NG T OWl Nil

;i Harry James' I Still Get Jealous _____. .75 most of them for herself." travel on a Swedish his boat native so he I FLAMINGO CLUB Sheri A He b9 ae.
can brush up on -- den
,Guy Lombardo Auld! Lang Syne .79 ness.That's and good certainly advertising.good too busi-," I tongue. As a child he spoke the "Famous For Fine Food For 20 Yea.." I

;Gene Krupa Fun and Fancy Free ____ .75 I said, "because Frances is about ,language:: fluently and while his )L. Presenting Av'e$ .612ocAc kc
mother was alive they often conversed --tc
Les Brown Sentimental Rhapsody _______ .75 the York.best-dressed" At the theaters woman and in New parties I in Swedish. But, he says 3 FLOOR SHOWS NIGHTLY Scott .

;lEIhott Lawrence The Echo Said "No" _... .75. in the gay whirl of New I he has now gotten rusty. SeemsI *(
,iFrankie, Carle Sunrise Serenade __ 00.75 York, she was greatly admiredfor have heard him jabbering with 71
--- someone in Swedish not so longt ly
and RICCI MONHEIT-Novelty Dancer
her youth, her beauty.
:Glenn Miller In the Mood _00_....____. .63 --- t ago as fast as only a Swede can DANNY SOUTHERN-Popular Songs

Vaughn Monroe Passing By _____ .63 WARD'S HOLIDAY INN talk. )f THE FREDERICHS-Ballroom Dancers ic //4/4' :
Taking his show around the'
Three Suns Sweethearts Serenade _____.__.. .63 Halfway Between Sanford & Orlando II country he found is the only and Sophisticated Music of .
On Highway 17-92 SMlWe7
to them tempo' of the o H
ALBUMS STEAK a DINNERS $1.75 UP I people. He said yon get.; rustyif ,.' far 0er NoaN
Jazz Concert at Eddie Condon'sPiar" CHICKEN you only broadcast from yL. :No Cover, or No Minimum . Except Saturday Night Cover SOe .a Ry.aIN, ,.
___..____..$3.94 Phone W. P. 9174-J -:- Cocktail Bar -+: a N
while if travel
7 Week Hollywood, you I. Phone 5910 . Dinner 6 Til Closing . Closed Sundays /
Cocktails Buddy Cole .____....___..__ 3.57 wi C.t er Open to ....Days_ .*a t Private Partin around to the' key cities! in the y

Mar ,{tan Moods Eddie Le Mar ______ 3,57Gene Fast and West, you find out -+: 1

Krupa and His Orchestra __...______.____ 3.75 LONGWOOD HOTEL ''I from what is the popular.people themselves 6E0R6 E NorrsoMEtr,

PianA Reflections by Joe Reichman ....__....____ 3.57 Maybe that's why year after Rollins Winter Park Fla. OONAtp BRENDA EOOS
Just off Rt. 17-92. midway between College ,
year Edgar and Charlie have
Woodchoppers Music Herman
Woody Orlando and Sanford

and Orchestra __...................__m_...._____._ 3.75 FEATURES Dinners, including DAILY Smorgasbord Full: Course and II gone on and remained at the top. THE ANNIE RUSSELL THEATRE i

French Onion Soup from S1.Se. PORCUPINE HELPS OUT /
PARTY RECORDS I SAL IO .Yda. [IUPI? A porcupine proudly presents ape? Jt4_
;Ne' ie Lutchers The Song Is Ended ....................$ .63 I, Howell gave bagged an assist a when black George bear. '1 I NOW TNIp 1

He's A Real Gone Guy NEW YEAR'S DINNER Howell spotted the bear in a I LEO G.CARROLL -Ar gd Jn s

On Down $2.00 AZALEA LODGE $2.00 cottonwood tree and ran to his '? s4r ho. "
Hurry HE
ranch house for a rifle. When he i in S H ow .. '
Spike Jones Laughing Record ............. __m_ .63 Reservations Phone returned the bear hadn't moved.No t 1 e, g b i?
Tex Williams and Phil Harris Dark Town W. PARK 2-2314: doubt he wanted to but a pore "Angel Street" [A Victorian Thriller] rT HAT'S M1' "r GA"' .. tat '
cupine discouraging
Poker Clubs ................................................ ... .63 Serving l.Noon to 3 P.M. his descent. by Patrick Hamilton

Merle Travis I Like My Chickens Frying Size .... .63

Julie Lee Snatch and Grab It ......?........... .63 \ January 8, 9, 10, 12 at 8:15: P.M. ARSpN Roan

Tex W +d1 I+tarns Never Trust a Woman .63 CLUB SANORLOMidway Matinees Sat. and :MOD. Jan. 1* and 12 at 2:10 P.M. I, / urcHu
Prices for all Performances: Orch. and Loges, S2.40;
PI Hams Loaded P-stols! and Loaded Dice ........ .63 I Between' Sanford and Orlando-Highway 17-92 1st Row Balcony, Sl.M; f7peo 5 / ;
2nd Row Balcony, Jl-2 NORA jolTsJn
lB Rear Row Balcony. 9OcMiil FREH SS -
FLORIDA'S URGES RADIO AND APPLIANCE STORES I Please enclose cbeck and self-addressed, stamped envelope hE1 ERJDay .3T
our beautiful underground lounge . servo
ing the Best in Mixed Drinks and Liqueurs.For Reservation in Orlando from EDNA PAUL Mezzanine' RICHARD
urn taMlwwCnINOn a Taste Treat try our Western Steaks. Chicken. Seafood San Juan Hotel. Phone Orlando 5366 NARY

A wA DANCING WED. THRU) SAT TO ** . theatre adventures of the
sausora re.r THE DEL1GHTFVL :MUSIC OF One of the most satisfying;
z I Hugh Clinton and His OrchestraCome last dt'cadeXEW YORK DAILY XEYYS.

I I Early and! Enjoy a Wonderful Evening with Good People II This attraction XOT INCLUDED in Rollins Players' Series
I in a Good Atmosphere t


Orlando Florida December 28 1947 Telephones: 4161 or 3-1681 e-unbau g-fttttttrl-g'tar Page 27 UTAH VISITOR
Home Father E sealant noted 1" H BarrsleY,
I --- a Span CAMELLIAS n.> Apoika

Bill/ I Is SignedWASHINGTON Church Women: To Hold The ,.. tin-Sr! : n d. P i w.=h''te mtss.onary.man; to visit!was;the the territory second In Apopka turn right at Hotel.
I Sunday I (i" ,. rco"-m A!II Sizes, o"dGERBERAS
[UP] Pres Annual I Meet Tomorrow w y of I tih; HP made| h'si ijt: ;nJuK Continue 5 blocks turn left

Truman yesterday signed a bill The question on eervone'slips .ee CBWOBO MUTUAL NBC ITTfi the same month and
of the United: wean wino '' in second block.
authorizing an additional $750 meeting these days is: "What'chadoin' 119. S3OMornlnc 1230microphoner" 749 > "r athe signing of the Declaration

'Council of Church \\ omen: uill I New Years' Eve" Jim Bac e:00: _____' ,.._____ Melodies Sign On & Newt of Independence.
xauuus teurtsaaaa.c, be held tomorrow 3 in StPaul's Morning Melodies
R, p.m. kus star ofShoal his own The Jim g: ===========:::::::::= Morning Melodies: gbo'ela: Trio -- -- -
me Gtr
8 Enjoy k Lutheran Church, Mrs. Backus will do a little re.6.U. .___ .. .__ ._ _,__ Morning_ Melodies Ch pel in the 6*>
[, John B. Darts, president, anporting on that subject when he 7:00 S.gn On-Neva Eum'l Episcopal Hour Organ Reveille News - .

\i MUSIC with FOOD nounced. sets himself up as the "inquiring 7..15 Dining Sisters Rey Decision Episcopal I No':.IU Organ Keieili. __ Morning Melodies :
your tic Election of officers and annualreports 7 30 Alamo Organ Reveille Hymn Singer
over WLOF at _7.45 Your Garden Grow Rev., Bob Jones Organ Reveille Hymn Singe
\\f Evenings, 6-8 .J, will be held.million 9.30: pm. Boo AP Ness ._, CBS-News Organ Reveille u_ News _. w H 0 0
Rein the Funnies Morning Melodies cia"T *
tfyou find f I -8-1; Organ Reveuh. Lurerne
always : fi "Mam'selle, the song that was g. Chapel er Memories Christ for World Evangel Hour .1" Methodist Hoar .
Select Meats !,* for Government-insured J I hummed and whistled from coast 8 45 chapei. of Memories Christ for World Evangel Hour ... Methodist Hour .J,
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Fresh 915 C: to on Bus.: ABC Renfro Vml'y Folks Church of Air Story to Order 7'
Y Home Baked PiesjJDelicious Evelyn for her violin solo on 9 30 C to C. on a Bus ABC Renfro V.l'y Folks Tone Tapestries Chosen People Radio
The bill passed by: Congress the Hour Of Charm program tO U3 to C on a Bus. ABC_Christ'n Scl Pgm Tone Tapestries Four Notes I Today's Programs

Rolls [4, during the recent special session, be aired over'DBO at 4:30: p.m.1000Me56an of Israel. ABC Voice of Prophecy: Bible Class ..._ Camp Meet1 ChOIr
makes SU50 million available i im Lr; 10 IS Message of fcr el. ABC Voice of Prophecy Bible Class . Camp Meet Choir I
it Allegro, TheFreedom Whiffenpoof 10.30 Scuthernairea. ABC __ Church of Air Voice of Prophecy Modes Moderne Z'lt
\ CLOVER GRILL mediately and the other $:>00 million ! Song. Train and Chi 10.43 SOuthernalr. ABC Church of Air Voice oroPhecLMod"loderne! '

i7? S. Court St. Closed Sundays> at the discretion of the Presi Eaba Of the Other hits ll Church Ser.lc. W Sweeney. N..lat Methodist.First PresbT. Ch 7:00: a.m.-Sign On 4.- -Jan Garber Orch [Fortnn7Sn.nnnnnnn
: I fhl7lrill r ":ls Church Service Music for Sunday lot Methodist Ch. First Presby Ch
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: !: : Comprise a musical 1130 Church Service Salt Lie Choir let Methodist Ch. First Presby: Ch 7:00: a m-News Summary [Bass Gatlin Hotel]
U 4S Church Service .... Salt Lale Choir lot Methodist Ch. First Presby. Ch
Of 1947 tO be presented _
.. resume ? _ Furniture Company] 5:00: pm.-The Sun. Editor [Whitney
W' Phil and his IZOO Headline Edition Gospel Hour Pilgrim Hour News I
by Spltalny an-gin 12 15 This Week In Sports Gospel Hour puriin Hour ... The sophisticates s 7:15: a.m.-Dinning Sisters & Guy Distributing Co 1
NORTHWOOD HOTEL WEST PALM BEACH Orchestra on the same program. 12 30 ceiling Unlimited Gospel Hour ?_. Lutheran Hour ? Eternal Light _.I I
12 45 My Serenade .,. Gospel Hour___ Lutheran 1.0.Eternal.. Light = I 7.30: a.m.-Alvino Rey Orchestra 5:15 pm-Kay Lorrame'ellborn O
II owen.t Christmasgifts -sun.Salon People's Platform Wm L. Shirer America United .+ .o
goo Phillips]
7.45SOO How Does Your Garden
AT DIXIE SORTIEWOODE.. in the world were pre 1 15 Keynotes People Platform Mu That's utiful America United cc: : am. :
sl'ntfdTill be told in Flight: 1:30: Frank De Vol Orch. Mu. Hall Varieties For Your Approval U. of Chi. Rdtble. I G Grow, [Cold Smoke Prod) 530 pni-Counterspy. ABC (Universal
Frank De VolOrch. News For Your Approval C of Chi. Rdtble
Into Egypt, the final broadcast IU: a.m.-AP News Silver I Match C o..] =
Near Bethesda Park Under New Management Z NatL Champ Fball CBS Is There n. Stephen mRCA Victor Show c.: : [ Springs J Ja

In The Christmas Cycle 225. ItatL Champ F ball CBS Is There Stephen Graham RCA Victor Show ); O 8.15: .m.-Read Me The Funnies, LOO p.m.-Drew Pearson [Lee Hat C
3 30 NatL Champ. F ball Bob Reid Slugs Bill Cunningham Harvest of Stars O
Newly renovated Five minutes to churches, theaters 5EeriesTofldTbe' Greatest WHOO at Story 6:30 a.45 NatL Champ_ F'ball Hires to You Vet. Wants Know Harvest ot Stars. I I yea [National Stand. Ins. Co.] Co.] ABC e
: -3 00 Nan Champ. F"ban NY Philharmonic Pentecostal Hour Patterns in Poetry' Z 8:30Ch: I of MemoriesCarey &15: n.m."IonIomlng Headlmes,
and shopping center. All outside rooms with baths p.m. 315 Natl: Champ: F'ball NY Philharmonic Pentecostal Hour Sunday Matinee I 0 .t'
3 30 Ntal. Champ. Fball NY Philharmonic Juvenile Jury: u" Sunday Matinee [ Hand Funeral ABC (Seeman B ro.. Inc )
or showers. This broadcast will show how Philharmonic Juvenile Jury Sunday_Matinee i
345 Natl Champ. F ball NY : P Home] A
: e Greatest Story
one of the most shocking crimesin Too Natl Champ F'ball NY Philharmonic House of Mystery John V Vanderc'k I g:
Phone in every room. Rates reasonable by day, week or history came to be committed. 4'15 NatL Champ. F'ball N Y. Philharmonic House of Mystery Sunday Matinee I 900: a.m.-Coa..t to Coast on a Bus, Told [Goodyear]
430 NatL Champ F'ball Hour of Charm .. True Detective .. The Editor: Speaks ABC
month. Phone 9319. It is of Herod, who, unable to 4.45 Jan Garber Orch. Hour of Charm True_ petectlve. .. The Editor Speaks ,7:00: p.m.-Guy Lombardo [Club
learn which child is. the Christ Sao The Sun Editor .. Family Hour "u.The Shadow Ford Theatre __ I 9.30 a.m-Coast to Coast on a Bus, Diamond]

Child orders every !n f hUPbe-O 5'5 3O:15 Counterspy.Kay Lorraine ABC _. Family Hoaiy Hour Carmichael The Meditation Shadow Moods Ford Ford Theatre Theatre --I 1000: am.Message ABC of Israel, ABC 750 p.m.Iy Favorite Story [Cox-

wo years of age slain 5'45 Counterspy ABC Jos C Harsch Let's_ Walts ---.- Ford Theatre : O'Neal Furn. Co.]
-- lief that He1.11 be one of the 6:00 Drew Pearson. ABC Ozzie .& Harriet Those Webster Catholic Hour 10.30: a.m.-Southernaires. ABC
victims 615 Mon. Morn Headlines Owe .& Harriet Those WebsUrs -- Catholic Hour A 11:00: a.m.-Church ServiceNoonHeadline S:00 p.m.-Sun. Evening Hour ABCs
Befrts Nick Carter ._,. a Star
30 Greatest Story ABC Pause .
The story of a one-armed vet6.45 Greatest Story: ABC Pause that. Rtlr'rs: ...Nick_Carter ===;: Hol".d d StaU---I 12.00 Edition, [A. P. 9.00: pm-Walter Winchcll ABC
: Thinking of .Radios? eran, confronted with a net of "700' -Guy Lombardo Gene Autry: Show'' Sing with Borg Jack Benny ,- '!( Clark Motor Co.] [Jergens]
who set himself 7 15 Guy Gene Autry Show Sing with Bmg Jack Scoop 12.15: : p.mThis. Week in Sports
up : rd:0J7 .= Gabriel Heatter Fitch 9.15 p.m.-Louella Parsons ABC
I . _, .- 7 30 My F Blondie I
Gabriel Heatter Bandwagon (Whizzer Mot&r Sales
small for )
to a town a new start 745 My Favorite Story Blond.e .Ytcb [Jergens]
-: ASSOCIATED STORES SUGGESTS A to life will be dramatically told -8-00-Sun Eve Hour. ABC Ad. Sam Spade ntedlanon Board Melod'a. Yesterday_ a a 12:30: p.m.-Ceiling Unlimited, [The
Music Guild of the Air
Board Mystery
aei 8:5 Sun Eve Hour, ABC Adv Sam Spade Mediation : p.m-Theater!
during The Gabriel Heatter ._ Masic _, Showalter Airport]
Jlmmie Fldler Mystery
ABC Man Called X:
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8 30 Sun ABC [U. S. Steel]
Show over WLOF at 7:30: p.m. 8 45 Sun Eve Hour. ABC Ned Calmer News Newscope Guest Star 12:45: p.m.Iy Serenade, (Hall Bros.]

Would you hate liked to 900-Walter Wlnchell. ABC Corliss Archer Meet Me at Perky News -.' 9; 1:00: p.m.-Sun. Salon 1030 p.m.-Paul Weston Orchestra '
Met At Parky Lest We Foriet
. hate been at the of 915 Louella Parsons. ABC Corliss Archer_- Jim Backus ... Symphony Robinson 10:45 -Buddy Weed, ABC
I storming 9 30 Theater Guild of Air. Tony Martin Han > 1.15: p.m.-Keynotes, [ p.m.
PHILCO I the Bastille Then tune-in toCBS 9'45 Theater Guild"of_A.!!:-Tony....-Martin_ JimBacku__ -= Symphony: Music Company] 110: -News of Tomorrow
"Theater GUild or Alr Christopher Wells Voice" of Strings Take it or leave It :Z p.m.
Is There over WDBO at 10'15 Theater GUIld of Air.: Christopher Wells Voice of Strings P.Take Morris It or!Night'leave it 0 130: p.m Frank Devol Orch., 11:15 P.Vera :Massey Sings. ABC v
2 and hear .John Hal and l.atinAm.Ser'nde
p.m. y 1030 Paul Weston Orch Strike 0
Ken Roberts giie a modern 10 45 Buddy.. Weed_Trio. ABC Strike It Jlich_ Latin Am Ser'nade P Morris Night_ 0- [Longwood Hotel I] 1130: p.m.-Let's Listen to Music. ABC
NBC News
' rfcilco Hidios like sterling silver journalist's! account of this 11 00 News of Tomorrow World :Tonight Sports Rollins Trio Parade Cesar Searchmger' p. 2:00: p.m.-National ChampionshipFootball 120: Midnight-News
..... offei the quality need ll 15 V Massey Sings ABC. Report-Wash'n Or'-B Game, ABC,
roc you great e\ent. 11 30 Ambassador Hotel Or Invitation Ltightoa M.rrY-Go-Round.t.; !. a.m.e Owl Room
.J. r for b.y-lived performance Bay On the American Album Of 1145 Ambassador:: Hotel Or: Invitation_ Leighton s-News_Merry-Go-Round- [General Mills & Wilson

aewrrr your NEW PHILCO oa easy terns Familiar Music, over WORZ at 12 00 The Owl Room Dance News Orch. SUn Off --- News ae' smith u Sporting Goods] 10: a.m.-S1gn Off
ty 9 at Associated 1215 The Owl Room Henry Rusfell Or
o'30 p.m.. Tenor Donald Dame 12 3o The Owl Room Dance orch m' Russell Or '
PAY AS $ H A will sing Love Is a Beautiful 12'45 The Owl Room Dance Orch. -
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l LITTLE AS A WEEK Thing. Just a Memory and 1 oo-siii: Off .. Sign News Oft ::=: :

\ 'C ON MANY MODELS Mother. -i.

\ 6..4 LORIDVS LARGEST' RADIO AND APPLIANCE STORES :, enson Coloratura of.will Clabelitos present Soprano her and Jean arrangement Evelyn Dick.I I Branscombs Plan Open House Al Parsonage. w

mm mmrw v < .*> aw Mac contralto has chosen I
"' Gregor.
.1 extendDr' and Mrs John Bran"-"mb
Good Night. Good Night. Beloved I An imitation has been tJ
I I ed I all members of the First and their two children Betty i
JII for her number. Violinist -
1( the re Q
moved into
and Rufus.
r ).II r- Bertrand Hirsch will present I Methodist Church and their iwiw

. .. . _ . I his ,version of Gershwin's Sum friends to attend the open house cently purchased pak.roHfuge. onto g ? f3j
w mertime. be held at the church's new Dec. 20 and are O? 0 "' "
to welcoming their friends and >eo
Mendelssohn's I Fi I' Cave ( parsonage. 503 Florida Ave. on
nla); s 1'
rx- church members at the open Z;: ,
Year' Day and Friday :
few .
Overture sill be the opening 39
- -- j I tween 3 and 5pm. and 8 and 10 house t0n :: .

_i m.-both days. I Officers of. the Women's So- a .
cietv! of Christian: Service are 0.. 1
I making plans for the occasions .
.9Q number of the Detroit !;ymI I and will be assisted by other v
Oj' 0 l' phony Orchestra! on the !Sun; ; ,
0 0 member?: of the church family.TEACHER I. :
f day Ktrning; : Hour heard over -- 'dd0

WHO( at R r .
D A N C E p.m. '" /
Emmerick / :
1 soloist.Oboist will Dirk be heard Van in Dindy. ;;; DINNING SISTERS HARRY WISMER

Fantasy on French Themes. Therchest'ra 1 _, A 7:15: A..L-SUNDAY-DINNING SIS2:00: P.M-SUNDAY NATIONAL
: also will play La Ora J # /j f'/"/ /" I TERS. If you thing these are gorgeous FOOTBALL LEAGUE CHAMPION

.: ....-. cio del Torerro by Turing and ,) /f,' l' gals, just wait til you hear them sing. SHIP. ABS's ace sportscaster takes

NEW YEAR'S EVE R_i m ;: k v-Korsakoffs CapriccioE \/i/ .../t ''t'; Their harmony is as close as their the mike when the Philadelphia

;lla l7nole: .. family ties. They delight the early Eagles and the Chicago Cardinals:; meet
Claire Rummer's: comedy Her :! Sunday morning listener with their to decide the championship on the .o o
:Master Voice, will be the production By JEWEL SCARBORO? Q melodies old and new in a style that's National Football League in Chicago's eO
FEATURINGJULIAN the isCounty wonder
\ presented airby Christmas ell: Comiskey Park
7' Theatre Guild of the over ful. but urn- Orangevacation teach :O: strictly own.

WHOO at 9:30:: p.m. The drama t.r h.i-n:!: t much basis for an opin O

will star Alfred Drake. Arlene ion on the subject. She is Mrs c

*. Francis and Betty Garde. The Sarah; G<* lman, president of Z 0 _

MclNNIS I play is; one of mistaken identity Classroom Teachers' Assn. for 0 i O

combining wit and nonsense. I Florida and Orange County. Mrs g:

ic On the RCA Victor !Show; I Goodman plans just as much ]

t! over WORZ at 2 p.m., George I, Work for the vacation period as

AND HIS j London, bass! will be guest; ]I she would do at school. Today t i

y star of baritone Robert :Mersne is in Atlanta where she and
7' rill. London will !sing the aria Mrs: Anna Keene of Winter Park ;

1 17-PIECE UNIVERSITY ORCHESTRA Infelice K Tuo Credevl front will attend the Southern Region Y

Verdi's Krnani: and the '
opera al Conference of the Classroom

ic : spiritual Roll Jordan, Roll. i! Teacher department of National \ N t .e _ _
will direct the
Russ Case or

Delores I al I I the Hammond \ chestra.! I Education The meeting Assn., which will beheld ; '

ic: I The program: of the New York tomorrow and Tuesday, will

Sensational Floor Show Feature I Philharmonic' Orchestra will : have its theme Mobilizing the "s '

open with Beethoven's Pastorale rce"of'Classroom'Teaches"toSymphony _

New Year's Celebration Attraction : [IF Majbeorguest 6J.] strengthen the Moral Fibre ot o DAN DANIEL LOMBARDO TRIO C 1
7' Erica Morina \\ so- the Aauon- :Main croaker will
loist. playing Mendelssohn's \T 10be whose'' c..t: Director 7.00 P.M.-GUY LOMBARDO SHOW O
\Iiss Virginia Kinnaird O: 12:15: PM.-WHOO'S Sports : O
hn Concerto in E Mmor. Op. 64. 'I suhject will be UNESCO Through 0 remembers those of you who have The sweetest Music this side of
3: !| George Szell will conduct the or- >- Heaven is regular Sunday evening
WEDNESDAY DEC 31st a Classroom Teacher's Eye; I missed the sports doings Z
chestra. Iis: Kinnaird who i> vivo Oz throughoutout theon week and carps them feature WHOO as the Club Diamond O
I I| :The poetry of local poets. Mr National Com the Lombardo orchestra
chairman of the smart concise package. brings you
0 all in a
Wilkie G Lane Mrs Bertha
it : minion for the Defense of 0. \ Bikes present Dan the pianos, the trio and o
Martin and Miss Clara Elnor.i 0. narration Din
TABLE RESERVATIONS AT COLISEUMY\ nw be read over ilemocracyThroughEducation, every Sunday to keep you up on by Ross.s music

WORZ at 3 pmGaldwell I was a member of the UNESCO: what's what in the world of sports. that perfectly fits a Sunday evening.
workshop held in Paris last ,


FOR tf' FOR Mr;?. Goodman and Mrs Keene Radio _1:15 P.M.
RESERVATIONSPHOXE Grove and Ranch-12:45 P.M.WHOO'S Society
OLISEUM RESERVA.TIOXS & Harvey will take<< part in: several attractive -

PHONE social affairs planned for 4 views the Ruth Smith takes you through Cen
J-. 4466 5568 Modern Home AppliancesSALES to the conference The roving reporter
CENTRAL FLORIDA'S PLAYGROUND delegates agricultural i world Monday through tral Florida's Society World Monday
&: SERVICE outstanding event will be a tea through Friday.

ADVANCE TICKETS 2.20 TAX INC. ON SALE AT-SAN JUAN AND McELROY PHARMACIES You'J appreciate our service dewhich I will be held at the Gov p Friday. t

partment: CONSULT them! about ernor's mansion tomorrow after'M d L. B. McLeod & Sons Monday Miss Mary Jane Peter. o
ASSOCIATED & COLISEUM OUT OF TOWN GUESTS MAY WIRE,WRITE OR PHONE COLISEUM. your RADIO and WASHING MACHINE : noon. :0 Turkey- Lak :Ranch [Part 1] Sponsor for Orange Bowl Game at a

Repair I A school project which has Miami, New Year's Day. O
McLeod & Sons-
PHONE' 2-1972 ORLANDO I been of much community interest Tuesday-L. Tuesday-Howard Bailey-director

is the study of the Florida 0 Turkey Lake Ranch (Part 2)] Annie Russell Theater, Rollins
citrus industry in the Gotha. >- Arch College, and currently directingforthcoming Z

.!1 School. Miss Ruby Harris, principal Z Wednesday" Interview production of "AngelStreet" Oo
I 0 District Superintendent,
Illi I and Mrs. Gordon Watson
,''I: I'I II':'I! I have planned a unit based on the a Zellwood Drainage and Water Con- WednesdayIrs.. Lenna S. Branson

Get Yours Now! 1948 CALENDARS motto. Know Florida First Activities 0- trol District owner of Crete-Stone Industries,

of the pupils have included Thursday, Jan. 1, 1918lntenewand successful manufacturer of

..,x. > =h., 'icy ,= I a trip to a packing house and Mr. James S. Bryant, Field Superbuilding tiles at her Forest City

Mail Us Your Order or BringThis yak ss t canning plant a visit and speech intendent, Ramie Mills of Florida, Road plant

Ad With You: and REFILLS I by F. E. Baetzman. Orange Colin Inc. Thur5day-Xew Year's Resolutionsty

agricultural agent, and the of well-known people in Central
Jan. 2 1948 Interview
study; of a motion picture suP- Florida.

plied by the Dr. Phillips Co. Mr. C. J. Williams, Orlando Horti Frlday-\Irs. Martha Lancaster, mat

Style No 919 Judge :Mattie Farmer has culturist who employs solI.steamron of the Orlando Day Nursery

STYLE NO. 55, SIZE :5\8 INCHES, ,I assisted in the project by donating ing sterilization process. Association for 25 years.

shows this month and next month 12 books on citrus to the. ::g

j, and date on each page, calendar STYLE NO. 919 SIZE 3'\.312-otherwise same 'I i school library. visit to a nur- Q oI

I complete with refill .---..'"'' description as above complete: with holder 1/:, I 1: sery hag been planned for the : ABC PROGRAMS =

I:,II $2.00 and refill .......-......-.-...........,.---......---....... ; first week after the holidays.Adults COMPLETE
i of West Orange County O 'ei
: REFILL ONLY 1.10STYLE $1.35 Itt have been as enthusiastic as INCLUDING METROPOLITAN OPERADON'T O

REFILL ONLY.....___.....- .60 1 their youngsters, and many visitors Z p.
;I,: have gone to see the charts. 0 gI"

:H' booklets and pictures made by a THESE 1:
... the children.
tyleNo.55 NO. 45, 4\6i: INCHES I"I!" oa Ii
!I i This work is an application
1,1 same as: above except in sue. I.j.' of the in modern educa
I I Calendar complete ---.-......... ... .-.- I i : tion of finding a child's interest 9:00 A.M.-Coast to Coast & WE. :'m' 'O: .

i I $1.75. and then letting him develop it 1.1 J
5:30 P.M.
REFILL ONLY .__... 1.00 Style 717 As on his own. It should prove valuable )- V1

i't'',::1 t/WITH I because certainly the chil 6:00 P.M.-Drew Pearson C'e "-
dren of Central Florida are conscious /

; 1 of the citrus industry. 6 30 P.M.-The Greatest St / X
lill i 1 t V: ,! After such study they should be : Dry'

Ii:1 Stutvtt !; better the con
: to interpret
ill i QazSt/i2L ::1'1' versationable of their elders on the ( 7:30 P.M.-My Favorite Story ,

Style TIT. Size Ja.: 4 x fr Pages turn like subiect and should have more i

:g :leaves left memo of a I book n nghr Appointmentuljig al> memo saved n mOT!\ anon for reading the news 9:30 P.M.-Theater Guild 990 OH YOUR DIALVet .

Central' florida's Largest Distributor of Office Supplies' .:alsr.dai complete itt> hcldei and U.HH- articles. about the mdu.strv:

eiui S2 00 ro... dl? ear almost dally n u- ..v b7! i
I I 13 S. Main St. additional way tocitizens train good tJl!
ORLANDO, FLA. Phone 8158 REFILL ONLY . 1.00 an 9900bTODIA1[ t
\. I .. residents and of our citrus
,,' county .

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28 lrbt -ItnDa it fi'ftttttttl-g'tar' Telephones: 4161 or 3-1681 Orlando, Florida, December 28, 1947 .

Souvenir Day ,'THE BEST FORM OF SERVICE TO -THE COMMUNITY'- Don'f Be Denied the RightTo I '.': T Nk$ .*homer PP quo., . .,n,-.,.. i
Drive Your Car! tnht Insures ,
:i rt .Jl lES'' } i 1 H{
SHOP Much" and "Wh.,' '"1
Returns ToMead Red Cross Introduction Course PlannedA The best way to protect yourself ,, ,BoIlERs: Our experience 1- ,C. '-.,.,.'
supply the RICH i i"a. r '
... .
is with an American Fire 231 south :' us ...Ui ut vc'. ..It_,''n :.
& Casualty Company policy .. Orange AT*. OR jt\\ bin I
GardenSouvenir six-day course of general .'. day for the entire day and also SAVE MONEY-Bring your motor and is.w Hat*V Blocked Cleaned'
I on Friday mornings. \ serial number. Four months t* fray Dry Cleaning.
Day will be repeated j Cross instruction, will, be Introduction given at the to Red So- Prospective recruits are askedto the prtmium.DON. Pmtmg iAlUratiOns 1 t HAE1OROE1YGENERAL B A [
at the Mead Botanical Garden see Mrs Hmdsman who will : MOTT "Pre..m. Whil. : !e
weather I rosis House Jan. 13, J4, 15, 21, 22 be glad to give them fuller infor- John Bravos. Mlr.'U' Wait!<*
today because of rainy \ INSURANCE
I '
and 23, by the Orange County mation and to register them for I Ph. 8116 128 S. Court St. : : 1 JI1 ; J1 '
last week. visitors SAM BASS Prop. Phone 3-2401
Again lady /Chapter of American Red Cross. he instruction course. II1NOUN6EAVE. FHCNE5I89
will be presented with a potted Classes will be held from 10
Bromeliad plant descended from I a.m. to noon. -
The course is designed to provide
those collected by Theodore L.I a reserve of trained vol-
Mead many years ago. untary workers which can be Dee 29th
Monday Only
These plants are natives ofj I drawn upon in any emergencyIt .
Brazil Several varieties of the i will serve as an orientation ,
Bromeliads are now in bloomin 0 program, and it is hoped that
the garden's collection. |valunteers will, at the comple Ma FOR 6 HOURS ONLY !

There is also a large display j tion formed, have regarding been sufficiently the work in-of ; r ,

or orchids now in bloom in the |I the whole organization to select <. F<

Xo.A garden 1 Orchid guide House will explain j:the they particular will be most service useful in which IF31 WEST CHURCH ST. STORE OPENS 12 O'CLOCK NOON!

to visitors the propagation of
orchids from the tiny twoyearold -I All the voluntary services __
plants in the "incubator," to will be covered in the course
one of Mead's hybrids, which is and then the workers will be l
assigned to their chosen HALF-DAY HALF DOLLAR
now 65 years oldThe serfire -
for in
garden is open every day specialized training

from 9 to 5. The entrance is at I I that service. JOHN MASEK 2ND TIME IN ORLANDO IN 4 YEARS-YOUR DOLLARS DO DOUBLE DUTY MONDAY!
the foot of Nottingham Ave. off John Masek, the chairman of . urges attendanceto
Mills St Orange County Chapter, Amer-<
ican Red Cross, urges that all'' the community and the nation
The lowest note on a standard persons interested in service to I I and I should like to add my pleato BIG BARGAINS! VALUES! SPECIALS!
piano keyboard is produced by a the community should attend the I that of our chairman, for all I .
string vibrating 25 times a sec course;; of instruction."The interested persons to attend the b . o
ond, the highest 4,138 times. public is largely unawareof preliminary course and choose .- . .
the tremendous scope of Red the form of service which appeals -

INVESTIGATE BEFORE YOU BUY! Cross is increasing work in peacetime.year by year.Butit Mrs.to them Eugene most.Simpson" a I -I & rI I 151 Floor Fealure! 2ND FLOOR VALUE FEATURE!

"After World War I the Red I f
POT CAS Cross cared for a million and a widely experienced worker. will social be psychiatric in fAk-'t' 150-lsl Quality OVER 150 WOMEN'SUNIFORMS .
Your half veterans and their families, structor. I
but the number has increased I I
Xeme TewnAgent to 18 million. :Many of There will be guest speakers RAYONKNITSLIPS '
from time to time, and at the ,
A HOMETOWN these do not need Immediate O.1Rl \; /
completion of the course, instruction
help, but should the necessityarise will be continued b3'the f fp
we must be ready to serve
Best Trailer Shop them. i separate services. V
i :Mrs. George Hmdsman Jr. \ TO GO FOR 1
EXPERT REPAIRING Sirs. Louis Orr chairman of I chairman of the recruitment HALF .
2225 W. Washington the voluntary services, pointedout i committee will be available for s NOT ALL SIZES . 2
that Red Cross was a peace.time I interviews at the Chapter House. : : k
[On Winter Dial Garden 6894 Koad wartime organization service. Reared to i I 231 E. Jackson St., every VednesI ; :4 2 SOME SLIGHT IRREGULARS DOLLARS .f" .: 1.

"An emergency, whether hurricane -I .0 ,
fire, flood or train wreck, Visiting Church &
PAINT is war against disaster. We need PerformOne Cynthia. 1st quality, white k ,1 '
Singers t .GK
fully trained and fully informed
WALL PAPER voluntary workers on whom we of the country's outstanding "SPUN-l0" Rayons. Sizes 32 to I 1st Floor Fealure! .

Hanes Paint StoreD can call when we need them. I vocal groups, the Messiah 44! .
"We hope to make this coursean Bible College Male Quartet, of f WOMEN'S FLANNEL "r .
L 11&111 ft. IIn
annual Red Cross
program. 'I i Grantham, Pa.. will begin a week
work is the best form of service
i of special meetings today at 7 saVEr CHECK.
I pm. at the Brethren in ChristChurch f1 PAJAMAS1JT H
Jt-ODRH o 1712 Cook St. nuy Dr _T ["B...... i
tfl'S Gartaml Cleaners Tonight's program will be a
special holiday service, the Rev. Half I Jrt
o Charles H. Nye, pastor, an PAJAMAS. Neatly) tailored
.l -t nounced. belted in floral /
style prints,
ra .rM 1 The meetings will continue t Dollars
&Garland'. Concord through next Sunday each nightat stripes 34 to 40.
y 7:30: p.m.. except for the open-
ing service tonight. :.:,' ': it: __ . .- .-.- :. '. '_. .t: __ _::" :_iS __ ._, ::_'';


OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 8 A. M.-11 P. M. End Recruit Training I

ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL and Kenneth Mrs Harry 1... Paul T. Paul.son 2611 of Mr E --," .__ . . _" __ -- -: . -. _ : ., _. .- < -'T-... .;.j.f; :.. ;;:: ,, ,

Washington St., and Luther L
Yates. son of L. E. Yates. 60 E. 1 DAY BALCONY FEATURES!
OPEN AIR MARKET I Church St., have completed recruit
I training at the Naval Train- 300 ONLY 87" x 2| YDS.
1905 South Orange Blossom Trail ing Center. San Diego. Cal, and 2
j Central Florida's most_pier. variety .! fresh trots and Yeletall e.. I both have been advanced to the
__ I rating of seaman second class. UNHEMMED, TORN SHEETS

""+ ;,- Our famous WIZARD sheeting torn Hal f "'' r ; a

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We appreciate your confidence. BOYS' SPORT HALFDOLLARS SHIRTS S HOE S

co-operation and Good Will. x 2

and the opportunities that you

are giving us to serve your needs. 1 DOLLAR
c-- t Arrived too late for "Christmas giving"; we must -
You make it possible for our lrr sell! Sizes 8 to 14 in swell patterns Cottons all. 2
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bank to grow and prosper and us to .
,- GIANT BOXES ((300 Sheets)
lime colored
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OKIANDO pairs of 7's and 33 pairs

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