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 31, 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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 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Morning sentinel
Succeeded by: Orlando sentinel (Orlando, Fla. : 1953)

Full Text
NO DEPRESSION e rtanbo I 10 .cut t'met I IN YOUR--_. Pa9t4 SENTINEL Society' TODAY.. Pages S-9 I

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

VOL. XXIII-NO. :31260 Telephones: 4161 or 3-1681 ORLANDO. FLORIDA. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 31. 1947 Telephones: 4161 or 3-1681 SIXTEEN PAGES

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City And Gifts ,,10 Per Cent King Michael Quits Throne; I

Await 1948's Rail FreightBoost Romanian Republic Bornl

I : first Arrival OkayedI 01 I>


I Earmarked for a Long, Hard Road Ahead I i Vienna Reports


[Orlando Mcm.ng Sentinel Staff Writer
I j further "emergency" railroad _

As the clock's hands cross. freight rate increase of 10 ( ( Young Monarch
w per ; ,---- I'TIIe lltilS P
and snip off the last minuteof J\ ce.it was authorized by the >

the last hour. of the last Interstate Commerce Commission 1k "cP lilt J' t1lk&iFc.J

day of 1947 at midnight to E. yesterday, boosting I -" : 721fNT44TW W Under Arrest

night-the race for the honor! above what -
charges 20 per cent Slfl/Ll.. <70iJR7iI
of being the first Miss or Mr. Oct 1.
they were
( i' f1.1 BUCHAREST [UP1 Ixr'e-
Orlando of 1948 will be under As in the case of the earlier .51; . ; iltiJtJ Riiil&oy lorn. politically beset King

"ay. I 10 per cent hike, issued less ,. 7 7qe 4/oZGP
The stakes in the race will be I than three months ago, the ICC "4t- Michael I, last remain jg

high. To the first baby of the made its new order a temporaryone : monarch in Soviet Russia;

new year will go a score of prac- good only until June 30. Eastern European bloc abdi
tical and usable gifts donatedby : Sra- ;t
Orlando merchants and busi- Between now and then, the cated yesterday to make way

nessmen. __ .ffJ',> ,.g"m:1:: kR h'''_ :., commission hopes to completeits . ,, for a "popular Romanian" Re-

The King or the Queen may I TANGERINE QUEEN ARRIVES! Miss Patsy Simmons Florida's study of the railroads' plea i public. Reports In London from

be ushered in.in a matter of minutes ]1947 Tangerine Queen was presented a large bouquet of roses for a permanent 30 per cent ; Vienna said he had been immediately
decide ) :
hours increase in charges and to i-
or perhaps days, (4 :
by Walter Tucker Jr. yesterday she stepped off Eastern arrested
after the toll of the chimes that I as an what the long-term rates ,4 :
will signify the beginning of a !; Air Line plane at the Municipal Airport for a three-day visit i should be. i A State Council of fife memo
i to Orlando during which she will reign over Tangerine Bowl
new year. i I The rise approved yesterday I Mrs took over executive powen -
festivities. Tucker member of the Elks of the
a I
But for son.4 youngster! and sponsors 'Is expected by ICC experts to I pending the election of a
his happy parents It will be game will be Miss Simmons' escort during her stay here. yield the carriers an extra $1,230 president by a constituent as

like Christmas all over again. & million a year.Permission sembly.!

"'irt As In all contests, there are QUEEN ARRIVES FOR GALA EVENTS to harge the Increased The Communist dominated
rates was given not only
1ru1es which must be adhered to. I
Government of Prem Croza
to the railroads which started
To be the recipient of the valuable -
gifts the signed birth certificate Tangerine BowlThe Plans the move for revisions, but to formally resigned last and was reconstituted -
Complete night without
must be brought in and the domestic water carriers and change'except that Minter of
registered with the Advertising the freight forwarder organiza- .
Stefan Voitec.
Manager of The SentinelStar.The Tangerine Bowl football looking palamino horses and tions which asked that they be ber t>f the new State Council a memo,

certificates must be broughtIn picture was virtually completed riders for the occasion. i given the same consideration as o ( was replaced by Labor Minister
by the father of the child, the today. I In addition, there will be Elks' I the rail lines. j I I \: (419j'A7 Lotar Radaceanu.

attending nurse or physician. Finishing touches on this sec, Club officials football coaches I All were empowered to make 1: Michael's abdication, and pro-

Phone calls will not count ond annual New Year's Day gridiron i, from both Catawba and Marshall I the changes effective on fire- i cedure for setting up the Republic -
Winners In the Baby Contest I classic will be applied tomorrow .1 I and bands. day notices, and railroad j were approved by unanimous -

will be selected from the certificates -I night when the Catawba'|!; Miss Simmons will receive her I sources indicated the carriers vote of 295 deputies at an

on hand at noon, Jan. 3. I and Marshall College teams clash crown at halftime during tomor- may start collecting; the high-i extraordinary session of Parliament .
The names of the winners will at Greater Orlando Stadium. 'j I row night's gridiron contest Ini er charges; next Monday. ,I Today Parliament will
then be published in The "unday I But the
scene was partially .i I an impressive ceremony. High : The ICC' said that I meet to take steps toward the
Sentinel-Star on Jan. 4. !completed yesterday with the'I school bands from Kissimmee ] I
1 formation of constituent
of the voluminous testimony I| assembly -
The first baby of 1948 will re- arrival of the Tangerine Queen and Orlando will furnish a musi-- study 1 to the
a eelve the bulk of the gifts. -Miss Patsy Simmons. j I I .background. hearings on the 30 per prepare new con-

Queen Patsy, comely 16- After the she will '| cent increase proposal, it Is stitution. -
But some merchants have a j I i game, present Despite the unconfirmed rumors -
"convinced there is
9 arranged to give presents for year-old Coral Gables lass, I trophies to the two teams !j unanimously of his arrest, 26-year-old
1 need for immediate action
the second and third babies flew Into Orlando yesterday to ( at a special banquet for members permitting I :Michael was reported at his
start her three-day reign/ over, i of the two teams. I further substantial increases" -
too-so parents are urged not mountain palace at Sinai He
to delay presenting the certificate the city's football festivities. Tonight) Miss Simmonor in freight rates. i i I was expected to leave the country
at the Sentinel-Star j! She was greeted at the airport -I I Queen Pat y-is guest of honorat i i The announcement noted the I within a few days with hisi
115 1-2 cents hour In- I
I by her escort, Walter per wage
office. a special Xew Year's Eve i i retinue to marry the beautiful
I Tucker Jr., and members of the party tat be given in Tier honor j'I creases awarded to most rail- 'I Princess I Anne of Bourbon-Par-
For the happy King or Queen i Orlando ; road workers the last Sentinel-Star '
Elks Club's during
cfl948therewlllbethesegifts1 i Tangerine by KIks'" Club members in theOfficers' iSub-Zero Stuns. 47 Here i i ma 24, with whom he fell in
I I Bowl committee. Club, Orlando Air. I.j i several weeks and continuing In.creases :> J! Building love attheweddipg of Prm..--s
-a trinity dress, felt shoes, baby I Queen Patsy'sfirst official I Base. .(I II '. inline: t'W"'ntaterLtI.sand Subscribers Are |
Elizabeth heir
; to the ErLlithrone !
plate fork and fold-away '
spoon, ,
function "ill be when she
today supplies.
I .
Last night she posed for pictures less than six weeks .
electric bottle sterilizer, will be guest of honor during I Pres. William T. Faricy of the ago.The
for Life Magazine. Midwest Warned Of Crook
Spen portrait, month's the official Tangerine Parade to I Miss Simmons was named Association of American Railroads -I East \ Up $$11/2 MillionUpwards abdication came with

baby scales, high start down Orange Ave., at 230: 'I i Tangerine Queen over 62 other I hailed the "prompt and ; Citizens were warned yesterday i I ,I startling suddenness! suddenljr -
receiving blankets, I that member of Michael's
p.m.A i contestants at Cypress Gardens unanimous action of the corn- fB\ The AssocKjted Press that The Sentinel-Star is of $7 million have
deluxe baby set one dozen motorcade will form most of last month. mission" as "the best railroad I II not selling cook books, and reminded own entourage whomhe
diapers. wool sweater set, album the parade, but Elmer Jones has:I I I news of the year." Sub-zero cold benumbed sec- that subscription col- been spent in Orlando this yearon I had left in the capital knew

Of) nursery rhymes, baby basket, promised some 50 of his best-i' [Game Details on Page 6] I Itions; of the Northern Midwest lections are made by regular ( construction exceeding the I I nothing of It until they heard
ring rattler trimble 1946 building! total by more than I
teething ,
I it over the radio.
I and the East yesterday.A carriers.
bathmette, and other gifts, some I I $1.5 million.
cash. i Wallace On The I biting 25-mile wind whippeda This came after police re- { With other thousands probable I T" extraordinary session of
Peace 'Plan'
Parents and mother have not: Proposes cold wave across the Canadian I II ceived word that a youth had before business closes for parliament met at 5 p.m.

been forgotten either by the I I i Border into Montana and North been attempting to- collect the year, these unofficialfigures Premier Groza read Mlcha'cI'iproclamation
merchants. For Instance MILWAUKEE [lAP] Independent ["must be njade with scrupulous House! I II money without authorization.Mrs. and a Government
one Presidential Candidate Henry respect for the national sovereignty I Dakota. The temperature dropped i were produced yesterday I proclamation, signed by all members -
merchant offers an unannouncedgift In an effort to avert the usual E. V. Rayburn, 1537 \V.I I in the office of Building
Wallace proposed last night a of all beneficiary coun- : to 12 degrees below zero in and under secretaries of the
for the another Gore Ave., reported that a Slauson.
parents, a number of auto accidents caused Inspector
hair brush set and $5 in cash, seven point "Wallace plan, tries. by too much celebration NewYear's I I Pembina, N. D. Forecasters said youth in his 20s, with flaming Compared with the 1946 totalof : cabinet, proclaiming the Republic -
financed all nations
"possessed -
by I
while dozen will also be : 6-The fund "shall be used I II I red hair and neatly dressed in I to the silent Parliament.
a roses of the means" and admin i Eve, Police Chief Stonehas ]I the severe cold was not expected $5,585,184 for new construc
I I I TutrlM ..*! It* Hip tri,..** Itl.-
I brown suit called her
for at
awarded. istered by the United Nations, to : exclusively peaceful pnr- I. promised that he would send i Ito go any farther South than j jI tion and repairs and alterationswas
I poses and no monies shall be ., an officer to drive the car of home. tentative ,
a 1947 total of Mild
Another merchant will pro- rehabilitate European nations. i 'I i I Northern Iowa. $7094552. ,- Temperatures
Tide a gift of dress length The "plan" includes: I available to finance the purchase anyone feeling incapable of I When he attempted to collect I
powderpuff muslin to the 1-U. S. proposal to the UN for.I of military supplies' armaments i I i reaching his home in safety. j A snowstorm, reaching near I subscription money and More than half of this year'stotal Seen Through Friday

mother while a paint firm will the establishment of a UN recon or war preparations." I I He said last night that pedestrians blizzard proportions in Southern I was told the regular carrier was ear-marked for 833 I LAKELAND I A P ] Partly

give paint for redecoration of struction fund. 7 The German industrial i i i too, who feel that they i Wyoming, blanketed the Rocky was paid, he asked money for I dwelling units, including 591: one-I cloudy and mild today over PenI -
the mother's bedroom. Administration of the heartland in the Ruhr Valley to might not reach home without Mountain States southward into I II coupons which, he said, could family homes, 48 duplexes, six I insular Florida was the Federal

Here is the complete list of fund by a UX agency! established I be placed under international ad- trouble can get police transportation I New :Mexico. I be sent in for a cook book. apartment houses and 23 garage State Frost Warning's forecast

Honors who have made this for that purpose. ministration and control by"the i.''I if they don't mind ridingin Pay only your regular car apartments.With 'with the outlook mild tonight
for the 3-Fund to be "made up of Big Four in order that its resources a patrol car. I Early 1 morning minimums of rier. We are not selling cookbooks 45 one-family houses authorized and no frost seen through Fray,
happy occasion possible be- contributions appropriated by may be made availableto I No charges will be made 20 below were forecast for so far in December, of-, -T....... ....* nl SUp CriMM4.. Kite-
parents and the baby who our Congress and other nations : aid in the reconstruction of I against persons who call theI North Dakota, with temperature : ficial figures received by the
Orlando's citizenof
comes 1948 first new x x x in an amount sufficient to i Europe and "to guarantee that I I police themselves, provided there drops also in prospect 11r | I City Council for the first 11 The Weather

: finance an over-all five-year ; Germany shall never again be in I I is no accident or disturbance. Wisconsin, Missouri, Ion a, months showed a steady streamof I
Inc The I Inflation
Jim Bryant-Hills Shop, Angebilt, and, San Judy-Juan plan." a position to threaten the security -i I I -TaaaarlM. .*.1! Itl Hl, CripM. It*.- Kansas and Nebraska. i Fight such authorizations. as follows -I ORLANDO AXD VICINITY

Priority in the allocation of of the world. i Upper New York State had the : -Partly cloudy today increasing -
RenD Drug Stores, Duval Jewelry Silence' Blankets Hits Distilleries I cloudiness tomorrow. Ii1'1trmperaturf'8
Store, Cox-O'Neal Furniture, funds to be given to those nations -I I Earlier, Wallace disclosed that | nation's coldest temperatureswith January, 39; Feb. 29; March, with moderatesoutheasterly

The Glidden Co., Dickson & Ives, "which suffered most severely I he was considering Sen. Taylor Rescues In Arctic Wanakena Reserve record- WASHINGTON [ A P ] The 28; April 24; May, 55; June, 57; winds becomIng -
:)'t I Associated Store, Datson Dairies, I from Axis aggression." I [D.-Idaho] as his vicepresidential ing -30, while snow-clogged New anti-inflation machinery createdby July 76; August 38; Sept, 69; today
Inc., Lens Robens Studios, Albert 5-The allocation of funds running mate. I|I ANCHORAGE, Alaska [APJi ) I York City had a minimum of 15.6 the Republicans was set in Oct. 82; Xov, 49. southerly tomorrow.

Drug Stores, Thorpe Furniture 1- --- 'i II Two of the six known survivors i t above 1 j jI 'II motion by the Truman Adminis- Money totals in the 11-month ,I *

Co., ABC Diaper Service,! I of the Air Force B-29 which I New York City continued dig- tration yesterday with a*crackdown -: report were $3,430,425 for'houses, ,Cracker Jim Sez:

Donaldson's, Iveys Drug Store, Greek Troops Fiqhfinq Near Besieqed Ciiv crashed on bleak, ice-bound ging out from Friday's record i on the distilling industry i $59,050 for garage apartments,
Sears Roebuck & Co. Seward Peninsula in northwestern 25.8 inch snowfall with total cost as its first operation. 307,500 for duplexes and $150,500for I Some of them there bg! r 'vI
Also Southern Music, Jos. I ATHENS [AP] Regular Greek i bridge which was reported to be Alaska were brought to ani of the operation expected to'' Shortly after Pres. Truman puta apartment houses. I I fellows done put some e.c:"*":e

Bumby Hardware Co., Gross-,Army forces lunged last night to'' reached last night Greek artillery -I'I I Army hospital here yesterday asa reach $<5 million. j reluctant signature: on a du -TMrt B.wl. |(| Sup Cri; ..M Kit*- lite lines in out here an was by

man's Home Furniture Store,I within light artillery of units were already reported I curtain of silence fell over the -T.....'.. Riot til Hill Criplt4; KMi_ plicate of the GOP bill, the origi- I( the tother day to. _ _
Toyland, Stroud's Drug Stores,I range I lobbing shells into the Commu- isolated area where five men are I nal got "lost" somewhere in the Bloodiest Day Seen :, see about puttin .
Rose Deluxe Cleaners, Peacock guerrillas besieging Konitsa after nist-led forces north and west of being sought Telephones were Eleven Convicts Slug White House-Sec. of Agriculture some of them gadI

Cleaners, Valet Shop, Drive-In Greek commando units knock Konitsa. cut off. I Anderson imposed grain rationing In Palestine Strife I gets in my place. :

Cleaners; Myrick's Furniture,I ed guerrilla fighters off mountain I,I (The United States yesterday I I Clear subzero weather was .Guards, Flee Prison on whisky makers. He JERUSALEM [tt'PJ] Fifty-one I I done listened to

DeVane Florist and Eiselstein- heights dominating the strategic I warned Russia's Balkan satel- I reported over the region north CANON CITY. Colo. [API] acted under an executive order Jews, Arabs and Britons died that rascal talk ti

Wigginton.TutTHM I Bourozani bridge 11 miles lites that any move to recognizethe t :I of Nome where aerial and dog I I Eleven convicts slugged four issued by the President I yesterday by bombing, beating, I but when he finIshed

(... tit H.l, CnppM; Kl.- west of Konitsa. "Free State" proclaimed by ; team searchers were trying to i guards <, -' escaped last night i -T..triM BOOt tit Hip CrtppM; . Kia. I stabbing or shooting in a wild up I shore '
Mother Four Children Military informants said the Communist guerrillas would I :, determine the fate of two members -I I from the Colorado State Prison orgy of hatred over the United I tole him I didn't
I bulk of the relieving Eighth Di- flout the will of the United Na- of the B-29 crew, who set I j under cover of a snow storm. A Fourth 'Traders' List I Nations decision to partition believe I wanted to jir.e! none

Perish in Home Blaze \!i vision was three miles from the I'I tional Assembly] i i out in the bitter cold for help I, fifth guard was unaccounted for Of 3,131 Announced Palestine. For sheer ferocity, it I tall cause them there race'&y

BLACK CREEK, Wis. [UP] Christmas day and a three-man and Warden Roy Best !said': WASHINGTON [AP] A new, was the bloodiest day in the Holy dues is plumb too much. Sharks:

Mrs. Fern Pingel, 31, and four Court Martial Gives : Segregation Rules I rescue team that parachuted into "We're afraid he may have been1,I list of 3,131 traders in wheat''' Land since the Arab revolt of j, I can keep$\ coal-oil for a year
of her six children perished yes- the area. i kidnapped." Best described the futures issued Sea of'' 1936-1939. :; for what them folks want for
in fire which Five -T..tertrc ..rI. tit 11.1, CHppM. Hi*.- escapees as "the worst havein was by :I a couple of months for them
terday a dtstroyed Capt. Kelly Years Aboard Freedom Train i we Agriculture, Anderson yesterday I'I I I Forty-seven of the victims-41 L
their frame home. Her husband, the prison." :' Jews and six Arabs-were killedin fancy push-button lites. Hit dr!"'ti
Ray, saved the other two chil-- CAMP LEE, Va. (AP] Capt i I COLUMBUS, Ga. (AP] Whites Body of Winter Haven -Ta.,.-_ B,..l tit Hlp CrlpM' Ki<,_ but public none official was The identified list as the a the great oil port of Haifa. i do me no good to have them litesJ :

dren. | Edward P. Kelly :yesterday was and Negroes went through the s Hunter Found in River 'I fourth made was I Jews rolled a barrel bomb froma J i anyway cause I has that field
-T.._ I*.! W Help ci'; ..... Ki* [ found guilty by a general court Freedom Train in separate lines i WINTER HAVEN [UP] Churchill Has 'Flu' public.OVERNIGHT racing limousine Into a queueof I work to do when it's day..te an

'eij' Dutch Art Faker Dies j martial of embezzlement,.forgery -yesterday although similar semi- Searching parties yesterday recovered MARRAKECHFrenchMoroc- Arabs lined up in front of I\ I sleeps when it's nite tune If fen
co [APJ) Winston Churchill is AND the Consolidated Oil In them folks had some good sp.it-;
AMSTERDAM (AP] Hans van issuing checks without a the body of James W. Refinery,
segregation had
arrangements resulted litard knots what would lite
suffering from influenza. He was which both Arabs and Jews up
Meegeren :;7, a Dutch artist who bank Hammond, 26. hardware dealer DAYTIME DELIVERYWhen are
fooled some of the world's art account and being absent in cancellation of thetrain's ; here. froui the Kissimmee River ordered yesterday to stay in- employed. Arab. workers In the. In that fire-place when you
without leave and sentenced tofu appearance at Birmingham doors. order pushed a button I mite juie 'm
by faking old masters, where he had been missing froma you plant who outnumber the Jews,
experts e years at hard labor and dis- ; and Memphis. from Orlando berserk. fore that cold weather gets to'r.
died in a hospita? last night honorable discharge from the i -Tatn ...! (it Slip CnpM: . K>*t- hunting.. ... trip since Saturday. stores, specify quick went-T.._ .... lIS ..... cr: ;..... Kideppratroopers again.
[Tuesday] of heart failure. | | -T. Pwl SIt Hrip CrippM 11"- Charter
-TwrtM. .s..< itt *H. tri,..... KTonight.s *- Army.Tanttrta $60 Million for Bombers i t5 safe delivery by Sentinel- KilledIn *
...( IS! H.lp Cr.; ..M.. Hi*.- I GE Announces Star Express, the Jack
Movies Caldwell I WASHINGTON [APJ) The Air n.u.suu Rabbit Line that leaves Rescue AttemptNOME I 1tecenI. by O a. Weather Bwu-sac; at l
BCACHAM! : Road to Klo: 1:10.: 3:18. 526. Signs Death \j For c e announced yesterday fr Appliance Prices d T daily on schedule for 41 Municipal Airport:
7J4. Alaska Alaskan 71 MtHHTCim Sf
642.Roxy NW'I (IUPI) An -
: Road to RJO: 110 311. 1.211.GR.L'iD Warrant for NegroTALLAhASSEE 'i award of a $60 million contractfor NEW YORK [API] The Gen- Service Central Florida towns bush pilot last night found I 1s._.. _uu__ 56 ip...... --:
1J4 a. It 2 -
S 42. 82 ------ I p.
more B-50 bombers to the eral Electric . Merchants telephone _____
announced 3 IT i
yesterday S a. 3
: Rraectd Girl2 08. 4:24.: 1'40. :'! the bodies of two dead paraitroopers p.m. '
8.56 ttlio Dark Alibi: 1:00. 3:111.: S.32. (UP) Gov. Boeing Aircraft Co. retail price.reductions of 6291 for Agent to call for 4a. ___ 57 4pm. -:
at the foot of. Mt. Serpentine .... ___
T:Y. 1004. Caldwell S 57 I P.IL 75&m.
VOOOK yesterday signed a !! *--. Bwf tit H'J ci.; $... KII- I three to 10 per cent affecting I merchandise. IT I ep..JII. 'it
: Th Poses of Harrow: 3 07. I with their parachutes -----
death warrant for Ruben ... __ ____
8 32. 1 57 (al..) Stork Biles Man: 2.00. Harper,j i i i many home appliances-the first 7.. H 7 p.m 04a.
525.: $5o.! I Columbia Defense Treaty Filed strewn around them. He said, 561! Sp- UI
- RIALTORrprat Prrtornunn: 1:1O, 3'55. County Negro sen- break in the price spiral by a.4, WIRE- PHONE-35 HOWEY they apparently had been killed s.:: ======= 56 5 :: 6210a.m.
8 40. '2J tenced to die for criminal assault WASHINGTON 10 lOemii ,
uiaol J.l FlWht: 3 45. JO. [ API The major manufacturer. :
1.11. when strong Arctic blasts I a- 65 11 r- "1 13
on white welfare worker. His United States filed with the Pan- -tar ) _
Ask COLONYTho 3.20.: S Pri-at .Affairs of Sri sentence had been upheld by the American Union Y_... D..i. ssIs. iih.st ...- GRIFFINH! slammed them against a rocky 5000 'J1 MIOLIa14 $7
32. I 44 al o> KUroWaa yesterday its Y (
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Bert- 2 10. 5 22. 8 34. State Court and i Oi t. 5.04 .114 do _.1 .6.ii.s.w =PB= SB: hill qn their descent to bring aid *
Supreme Caldwell formal ratification of the rO. Cot.. .. I I VE-X ::
: Ya&l'l Balon the KNC new iraduat*: U2S a mwitlintft LtWatf.Hill. I
.:fs.aru-,2: ,,I set the execution for Jan. 5. Inter-American defense n-Mla an4 room fumiahoC P. O. ": I Idili? &I.'" to marooned crewmen of a Additional weather Inform
treaty. t R. ...... _
tt. OrUfltf - wrecked B-29. j J I atton: wd be found en: Page L


Pose- 2 iflnnttna Sntttnrl Telephones: 4161 or 3-1681 Wednesday, December 31}, 1947 Panama Holds I Realtors Install Officers Here SaturdayThe

I-AmVet Airshow : ProDosed I Swim Pool Gains Attention. Back On U.S. Realtprs Florida will install Association their State of,'I tiring president, will have of the charge State association of- I I ncr Saturday Country night Club at Tarheel the> Orlando I-

Military Bases officers for 1SM8! at a noon lunch : their ceremonies. and O. P. I humorist Ed WasheIn
I Attention of a youth Saying that Orlando well deserves -I "When of people Harding.
group I groups young eon Saturday in the Angebilt Ho Swope chairman of the Florida on. :\. c.., will be the featured
seeking swimming and picnic the title of City Beautiful wish to go on a picnic and go Real Estate Commission
will ,
Slated PANAMA [API) Pres Jimenez i tel.Newly speaker of the eveningand
: facilities here will be called to the letter added that "such i swimming there is no really suitable who appointed a new Cabinet\I elected officers of the install the local officers. I Merle Hea>lejr of Orlando,
because of the
place to
the bond issue referendum sched-- things as the many liquor stores, go yesterday, explained yesterday'II i Orlando Board of Realtors also New officers will be honored will be toast master.
condition of the lakes and lack
uled for March, City Council decided I{ will take officeAl \Verly, re- by the Orlando board at a din. I'
Mills Airport has been I cocktail lounges and undesir- i of picnic space unless they go I that he did not believe it was a Realtors to be installed for the

chosen as the site of the an- ] yesterday. able places of amusement do ': to Sanlando Springs, which is propitious time to initiate new i I State group are: President, Wal--
| nual AmVet sponsored arshow! ;, .\ letter saying the Reformed mar its beauty." rather expensive or Rock negotiations for an agreement on ] I-li. 'I ter S. Harding Bradenton; district -
; and 'rt''b.trrlan 1'oung People's Asking for "one or more sanitary Springs, both of them being quitea U. S. military bases on Panama | vice presidents. Mrs. Ruth
to be staged here Saturday Society Is "hoping for and swimming pools and pichic distance." soil | Ulrich. Jacksonville; H. C. Brown

Sunday beginning both days at praying for a better equippedand grounds. it recognized the exist- Items to be included in the AH members of Jinsenez'cabinet i Clermont: Ralph Voight Sarasota .

2 p.m., Comdr. Ed Zorian announced healthier youth." signed; ence of Tiger Den. playgroundsand bond issue have not been finally resigned; Oct 31 during tJiIi ; M. C. Baker. Lake Worth;
yesterday. by Phyllis!' MrFarland, corresponding Lake Lorna Doone' picnic approved, but a swimming pool negotiations" between Panama New York i Warren Toole Jr. Tampa; J. E.
; secretary, was read. facilities continuing: i has been proposed. and the United States over continued Churchill, Panama City; corresponding
A special feature of the 12-act ----
I use by the Unitedi I secretary. Marvin M.
program of the Haskell A. Dea- i i I States of defense bases in Panama 1 I Parrish Gainesville; treasurer.
ton Air Circus will be one of MONEY WENT AT $869.000 PER MINUTE ,i im'r Merle Hea ley. Orlando: and executhe -

the most unusual airshow stunt A signed agreement betweenthe I secretary, Mrs. Violet

teams of the country the ,, S3 6 Billion Soent By Conaressgressional two countries leasing to the Dunham.
Thrasher Brothers. I i r - . United States 13 defense sites Ocean'Mezice Officers of the Orlando organ--"
Flying a Piper Cub plane withan WASHINGTON. [API) The Record while the and a large air base was rejectedby zation to be installed are: A

auto escort, these three House appropriated money at the House talked up 5.739 pagesIn s the Panamanian national assembly I Ted L. Staton. president: Loren:

brothers will hang from struts, rate of 869227.03 for each minute addition. another 5,302 Dec. 22. H. Ward first vice president;
fly the plane with no one in the it was in session in 1947. pages were used by the appendixa Mario de Diego. who took a Robert R Tyre second vice presi.
cockpit, and land and take off' hodgepodge into which is prominent part in the lease negotiations dent: James .I. Bettes treasurer;
from a small platform atop an That was disclosed yesterday tossed almost everything a Con as under-secretary in and George Kittredge, secretary.
when the Congressional! Record
automobile. i gressman sees or thinks aboutCongress the foreign ministry. was i
came out with its year-end" kept busy approving foreign minister: Others appointed '

They also will attempt to report card on Congress.'' appointments . postmasters were Manuel Varela, ministerof i NEW PACKAGE STORE OPENK.

pick a handkerchief. off the 'i I According to tabulations bas. . to the Army . the Navy education: Guillermo Mendez, Skrepnrk.OwnerOpen
ground with the tip of a'"In,; ed on House Appropriations . Marines. They came at the public works: Catalmo Arrocha,
Daily 9 A.M. to 11 PJU.
and will swoop low ocr an 'Committee figures, $35,779,122960 ,- rate of almost 300 a day. Total agriculture and commerce: Juan- Pocfk; Oceen Cruz i ij
auto and pick up a man standing was appropriated during the appointments confirmed: 39,855. cho Morale:" finance; Eduardo Red, White and Blue Store
on the running board, then 'year. There were :,:U: measures Icaza social welfare: Jacinto Lopez 4. j I

replace him on the car. I I And since the record shows the introduced by the 96 Senators, government and justice. _ 'eAMERICA >.i :Mile North ., Sbo-Boat

i The event Is sanctioned by the .I House was in session 144 days or and 5,6.>S by the 435 Represen I MILES I I4OO1 UTHII I
Civil Aeronautics AdmInistra- ,, 686 hours and two minutes, this tatives. The Senate passed 849 II I
'lion, Zorian said. Free parking means the money rolled out at a of these, the House 1,029. Arrest Brings End @ PIIJ CONSULT OUREXPERT

Hear the runways will be provided $869,227 a minute clip. Did :you ever say "there oughtto ,

he added._ But don't get the idea your be the a law"*? If you did the, you'vehit To Californian'si SEN. CHAVEZ [D.-N. M.], has proposed that the United States
Congressman whoops off money jackpot During year for material estimates
without thinking. Actually, most we got 526 new ones. DR. J, S. YOUNG consider building a new canal between Salina Cruz and Puerto construction or new
HeartburnmrMesnn of the \vork on apprppriationsis TMKTIM. B..1 l SSS Help' CrippM K4| .- . claimed by death Eight-Month Drunk Mexico, in Mexico. Chavez said his proposal would bring the I repairs See or remodeling

done in committee, where i Pacific 2,000 miles closer to New York, and would serve as a

=........s_......_......,...-,....... Congress puts in hours cacklingover Demos Plan Own1Tax I *- I ST. AUGUSTINE lUll James!' security measure for the United States. Map above shows THOMAS LUMBER COMPANY
____ -JDIIII..II.-
i chicken feed. Gore
OBITUARIES Ave. aid R. a. la Orlaod
.4 nbura. aclocu ilymnUeton McPherson. 2!). yesterday was present Panama Canal, and proposed canal through Mexico.
'5n1b. tie iaa-flg EDo tor The Record also shows that: Thomas Lumber
interval after &
sober Co.
promised! a Supply
tlK el
N':lumlln. $.=UrtaCT comfort 1.1Jfl : The Senate met one less day I I
what he claimed to police was! b Winter Park
or Rtm boon.o alot doubto nooty t&ck.:iooBELLANS but talked It bettered theHouse's !I I About I
longer. 08
cent of Americans
for Acid Indigestion 25 686 hours by putting in Slash Bill Dr. J. S. Young ;I an eight-month drunk in which Girl Hunter Killed per I and

S07 hours and 36 minutes.! I he did just about everything the HONDO, Tex. [EUPI] Authorities hospitalized for mental diseases -I The Winter Garden
law hooks!'! oppose. are in public institutions. Lumber Company
This means an average talk believed yesterday that the
day of 5.6 hours for Senators WASHINGTON [AP] Democrats I "The things l I've gotten; away Mitchell :
with." he marveled to Police death of Jacqueline 17, '
on 'apitol Hill took steps Educator DiesDr.
and 4.8 hours for Representatives. the officer student of Ward Belmont College -
write bill of ('apt. Virgil
yesterday to a tax I PHONE 7943 MGRS. ANN SMITHEFFIE
1 All this enabled the Senatorsto their own. cutting off around reported. "I don't" know myself was due to a hunting accident .f BEECHES

\ fill 6,150 pages in the Conpiiseleeth- $3.500 million instead of $5,600 Jeremiah Simeon Young I: Stuart how said I did that It.McPherson. of I Her body was found Mon- i THE SISTER'S COFFEE SHOP

--- million proposed by the Republican 81, educator and author died at :"Los Angeles, had confessed the day by her father, O. R. Mitchell, '

: chief tax manager, Rep. I his home, 152 Cortland Ave., I SI.100 holdup of a Jacksonville San Antonio.
Knutson of Minnesota.Rep. CELEBRATING THEIR FIRST
): : Mills |Il.trk.l said. "It 'Winter Park, yesterday after a !' theater ticket booth Saturday I TMMTIM heel SS Nil,* Crippled Ki*.- I' ANNIVERSARY

IIIM ! "" to intimidateMrs.
fo plastic..&..ki ONE,pirmit.ppi&aIi......._.chewi.fto like...hal-- thinking of a tax bill of theirown. \ He was born \Vellston.. 0., Victor Jones.pen the cashier. NEW ORLEANS [AP] Police
) c.mf.dl Try Deft....... N.y-bo&I' ." and his entire life was devoted to Featuring a Special
r1& ___ .. I' Stuart said McPherson. who said yesterday Hugh Mehaffey
S9.C 91c tcbss et dcgpt Simultaneously Rep. Dingell the field of education. He retiredin I
club bar
arrested at a night
I .f' _.. _.) =4aIIJ_ _ a_ ___ Democratic fD-Mich] proposed leaders a in meeting Congressand of from 1937'the as faculty professor of the University emeritus-'by was officers armed with tommy in admitted 43. Jacksonville he knifed, Fla.to. death seaman a, TURKEY DINNER $1.25
about $500
I guns shipmate. Joseph Larkin, 20
makers of Minnesota where he hadsen'ed
An Makes Radios and Phonographs administrative policy travelers' checks and a toy cap aboard 35 W. CONCORD AVE
ship Monday.
for 28 and was
to draft a definite. unified Democratic years pistol. McPherson reportedlytold
RADIO SERVICE tax program i chairman of the department of him that he had been drunk --

ALL WORK GUARANTEED Mills and Dingell. both members > political' science. He became a for eight months.
S $ PP Pickup and Delivery of the tax-framing house' visiting professor in the department _T..I.. B..l JIJ Help CriMM. KiO-
P ; Wavs and Means Committee. i of political science at Rol- ORLANDO'S
E. O. HODGE JR. lins when he and Mrs. The Rhine River normally carries
said that when it comes time to College than half of Switzer
Phone 2-3654 305: ''''. Par cut taxes the first action should Young moved here that year. land's more foreign trade. Favorite for COMING2BIG EVENTSAT
Thy make wonderful I be "cost of living" tax relief for | He was the author of several Breakfast
'additions to your photo low income persons who have j\hooks and a large number of published Lunch
albums and arc equally THE LATEST HITS been pinched harder by rising articles on American Gov- Diane,

pleasing when framed or ARE AT THE prices!' ernment history and education.He F i RE AUTOMO BI ue; it HOTEL THE LONGWO.OD HOJEL
mounted. See us today. -TMIM-IM ...1 SSS Help CrippM Kill- was a member of the Masonic '
UNIQUE RECORD SHOP Lodge the Methodist ? 'lt tJ.ad I

Brown's Camera Shop 31 East Church TcesTemperatures/ / Church and the Winter Park Uni- D'NEILSLEEs DINING ItOOMs.s 1. SEW YEAR'S EVE SUPPER DANCE

HI N.'OriBf TeL f11Z versity jlub. .'.' ._ '". '
TODATS TIDES j N o-og--552
Ph. 3-1833 Open From 9 to 9 BtaehTide. The seven-piece orchestra of the Mellotonet will provide
Daytona Poach and Nw Smyrna COHPUTt SERVICE
- Dr. Young i survived' by his INSURANCE .
.. .: Huh 10:35: a m and 11-05 t>m: Low '- sweet dance music. Kitchen: until :3 '
8106 open a-m.
rHONt 450Q 302 METCAlF -
---- 4.03 a m and 4 50 pm. widow, Mr*. Katherine B. ,
Coc:.a B..ach: fid*: Hah 10 43 .a m. and Vniinir. daughter.. Mrs. Wallace -
THE LITTLE INN 11 Sebastian IS. pm. Low Inlet 413am Tides, .Rich and 10 5 00.40 pm.an l -Wright one i ,-who!'e husband 1<"* 2. NEW YEAR'S DAY DELUXE DINNER V

and 11:10: pm.. Low 4.08 .m. and 4.55 on the faculty of the Iowa TVfc miln a't : I Served 1 p.m. till 8 p.m.
Sun Pltam: Rises 7.16.; set 5:40.: Slate Teachers College; Ames,
mL south on PackageOrange H ighway.
I I Iowa: one grandson; !' Wallace We Reservation
Blossom Trail Liquor StoreDELICIOl"S TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE -- Suggest by Phoning longwood 26
WASHINGTON lAP) Weather Bureau report -:i Wright Jr., and one grand I
SUNDAYS I Ins 8pm daughter. Katharine Wright. I EVERY MGHT I \ XEW YEAR'S EVE I I Dine with as any night before aUeadiac the dot races or itof ia fcr a
HiqhL.wI I' High LowAlpena Funeral services will be heldat OPEN DAILY mack after the races.
28 111' Melbourne 73 55 i;
Asheville60- 28 Meridian 69 52 2 pm. Friday in the Fairchild Beer-Food-Wine.Make New Year's Eve ReservalionsNow. Phone 191 -JJ
Atlanta 64 41 Miami 75 63 and interment
Funeral Home
I Atla'tlc City 40 21 I Mpla-St P.ul 27 12
Glass Tower & Cocktail Birmingham 58 42 : Mobile 71 49 :will be in Palm Cemetery Winter .
LoungeSERVING I Boston BulfKlo 21 28 13 12 New MontrontMT Orleans 72 C7 49 41 Park. : !'JIllllIllhIIlIllIHIIIIlIlllIIlIlllhIIIIIIHIlIIllhllllHIIIl// / / / // /!// // / // /// // /// / / / / llhlIllllNIIlIIIlIIlIlIllJ/ *" Announcing iC
Burlmcton. 097' New York 32 17 I
THE BEST IN FOODS AND DRINKS Charlotte 64 32 Norfolk 33 25 |
Chmtmnoogm 62 29 Ocala 76 54 I 1 HOWARD JOHNSON'SOUR 1 the Special Opening of our -K
Chicago 48 29 '! Penueola 62 32 Mrs. Gladys Mozzie Carey. 55

GALA NEW YEAR'S EVE PARTY Clereland Cincinnati 54 42 34'19 Phoenix Philadelphia 35 55 43 1* :, Titusville. died at the home of
Denver 27 22 Pittsburgh 48 18 I her daughter, Mrs. *
Detroit 34 27 I Portla'd.I Me. 28 11 I' Orlando --
-FAVORSNO Duluth 26 22 Richmond 51 22 Sharpe. Tuesday. NEW YEAR'S EVE UNTIL 11 P.M. = I
El: Paso 64 37 I St. Louis 61 48 I. Besides her husband, Dennis E ToniteNEWYEARSEVEFeaturing
COVER-NO MINIMUM Fort Galveston. Worth 65 69 49 60 'I 8.San Francisco Antonio 71 Sf 42 37 Carey she is survived by five == and rach evening thereafter! = *

Houston 78 54 I Sarannaa 67 49 I,daughters, Mrs. Sharpe Orlando: OPEN NEW YEAR'S DAY 'Tilt 11 P.M. =-j
Jacksonville 72 52 Seattle 44 32 Mrs. E. S. Thornton, New Serving ==
,Halfway Between Sanford and OrlandoOn Kansas City 33 30 I Tampa 75 56 I -K
I Key West 76 64 i Tallahassee 71 49 Smyrna; Miss Anna Morey, Mrs LATE SUPPERS FOUNTAIN SPECIALS ; GURLIE & LILLY .
Route 17 & 92
KcoxTille 63 30 I Vlcksburc 74 55 I'Jessie Alexander and Miss Betty |
Little Rock 71 51 I Washintton 39 22 I And Their Famous HILLBILLY BAND
Los Angeles 60 46 W. P. Beach 78 61 Carey all of Titusville; a son L. 2415 N. Orange Avenue = I k -KPEARCE'S
Louisville 57 36 I WUmintton 69 38
Orlando her I
IN BOTTLES AND AT FOUNTAINS ....... Bt.l SIS Help Crippled. Kiss- J.mother Morey Mrs Susie Snowden.: ;m 11/11111/111111/11111/1/1/11//1/111/1/111/1//11/111/11//11/ / / / / / // / / / / // / / // IIIIlIIllIIllIIllllIIllhIlllhllIi.// // / I onLEONARDS

Tile has long been considered Cocoa; four brothers. Harry. iC
so essential in Spanishhomes Orris and Pete Snowden. all of I II I CORNER

I that "to have a house without Htusville; and Thomas Snowden LEGION
I tiles" has become a proverb expressing Cocoa; four sisters, Mrs. Hazel 2BU) *" HIGHWAY

House Brown.and Titusville Mrs. Murree; Mrs.Bucchi Susie ; NEW YEAR'S BALL DANCING 8 TILL ? -k

both of Miami, and Mrs. May Ad-
I cock, Cocoa.
poverty.1i The body will be taken to TONITE 9 to I
I Titusville by the Fairchild Funeral I
I America. Lesion HomeKNOWLTON'S i
and interment.Home for funeral services

with ritualistic MR. EPMOXD. GRANGER

I propriety. Granger 58. a native of West FLOOR SHOW $200 MEZZANINE S ""

Danby N. Y., and resident of &
Coleman for 17 the past 17 featuring Cynthia Varnum [Whistler I ANGEBILT HOTEL

f months died at his home there Bob Schik [Ex-G I Singer]

Tuesday following a brief illness. Nancy Hoogland [Popular Songs]
Survivors include his widow, NEW YEAR'S DINNERChoice
Pepti-Cola Company, Long liLjnd City,AT. Y. Mrs.[ Bertha Granger; four sons, FAVORS DOOR PRIZES

Franchised Bottler, Pepsicola Bottling Co., Orlando, Fla. Granger.John. James.Ovid Lewis N. Y.; and and a sister Ralph TICKETS: $2. 0 per person including tax of Wines

Mrs.[ Charles Collins, Groton, N. and table reservation. Call 4871 Port Sherry Muscatel

Y.His body was forwarded to I Choice of Cocktails
Ovid where services and Interment

ADMIRAL FARRAGUT ACADEMYST. plot. will be held in the family. RING fN THE NEW YEARLakesiuie Shrimp Oyster Fruit Cup

i Chicken
Cream of Soup


McLeod. 71. a native of Sumter- Broiled Filet of Pompano, Lemon Butter:

of America's Most Distinguished, Accredited Tuesday.He ville. Fla.. died at his home there Broiled Whole Key West Lobster, Drawn Butter
is survived by his widow. Fried Jumbo Shrimp, Tartar Sauce

College Preparatory Schools-Grades 5 thru 12 Mrs. Millie McLeod, Sumtendlle: Pan Roasted Maryland Oysters en Casserole
a son Harry Eloy Ariz., and two
daughters M.rs. Nett Welborn, Roast Tom Turkey, Oyster Dressing, Cranberry Sauce

Thorough preparation for all colleges and government academies small I Brandon. Fla., and Mrs. Elma DANCING TO THE MUSIC OF Broiled Spring Lamb Chops, Mint Jelly
a '
classes supervised study and guidance program assures academic progress 'I:Mann Time Ocala.of services and intermentwill I Baked Sugar Cured Ham with Fruit Sauce

and character development. Varied social, cultural and recreational be announced later by Bey--i SAMMY GOBLE'S' ORCHESTRA Roast Long Island Duckling with Pickled Peach

ers Funeral Home. :' I Prime Rib Roast of Beef au jus
program including land and water sports-Fleet of boats-Band-swimming I TwwriiM. *) III Help" Cr,,,.... Kite- SOUVENIRS NOISEMAKERS

pool Naval! Military/ and Aviation training-Highest official rating I Human beings see best when Choice of 2 Vegetables
the entire field ofis ion has ; Buttered Broccoli. Creamed Green Peas
by U. S. Navy Department-Separate Junior School. All inclusive rate I about uniform luminosity."MISERY". : I Marshmallow Yams Birdseye Corn

{for second semester which begins January 26th. Enrollments accepted as \ 3 Miles South on Admission Buttered Spinach

(long as space available./ Old Dixie Highway $1.20 Tax Included Choice of Desserts

That You Often Cet l From lumbago and Apple Pie Cocoanut Cream Pie Pumpkin Pie
'arp..ntf'r-rSX [Bell] pmlnbeuughtonby
Mince Pie
For Information Address => Ic ''. '.t i dtmpnvM md bad I
.\dmlrals Farragut Academy I weather, .riul fn ny ...11.. to tk. (tor* I Homemade Hot Rolls and Butter
St. Petersburg. Fla. I'I for C2r.3.. : Ours you stan to feel
quick;r.11.l l after tl>"firrt ppnonful.C u- Tea or CoffeeOJrlnnb
boa: CM: only M dratod. Buy C-ZZ23. J


Wednesday, December 31, 194 Telephones: 4161 or 3-1681 <(9raniin<) [ fUorntaa S-ntitaH Page 3 11Y
the hospitality/ and the Holiday Ftsfmfi at ., _ _

S5-: CLUB EL PATIO :.=f I Citrus Lowers Farm PricesDue ,.luS11ye'daaldaluuS Enjoy t

S MILES SOUTH ON ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAH. ,. largely to lower citrus that month and 59 above December with your
Open 7 days a weekZELLWOOD .rt prices, the index of prices re- 1946. k 6-8 R
Aw m ceived by Florida farmers on "The index of prices received You always find: R
I 4J Dec 15 fell two points from the for meat animals advanced seven S
Nov. 15 figure to a level of 193 points over last month to 295, I R Fresh
American-Plan-Rates $23 Weekly per cent of the 1909-14 average. which is 15 above: a year earlier."
Serving food home cooked food family style-an you can eat He said the r erage equivalent Home vovn ,E S,..stW18AdD
Hours Weekdays 12 noon 6 p.m. $1.25 This was reported here yesterday Delicious IS CAYaS ITA
Chicken every Sunday at 1 p.m. for $2.00 with giblet gravy by J. C. Townsend Jr., on-tree price per ,all methodsof te Opea New Years LET1EZ CAQQEI WE Aschif <
dressing 6 fresh vegetables, salad, hot biscuits, butter Fla. agricultural statistician in oranges on Dec 15 waroeE, alt
drink. <,. of the Florida office of was 45 cents, compared with 61 CLOVER
honey, fresh apples stewed Ice cream: cake & charge
cents Nov. 15 and 76 cents
For Reservations Phone ZeUwood. Fla. 29Ua 3 the U. S. Bureau of Agricultural a year tt7 S. Court St. Closed e ?
Since then the
ago. holiday mar 'St o
itresatuuu cxus :acu* cucastcucucaecacau ket has boosted prices somewhat. :nn nnnnn n

"The citrus price Index at 55 Grapefruit at 24 cents on eDc. ,
The Five Hundred Chase' Is 18 points lower than a month 15, he said, compared with 46
V earlier and 45 points under a year cents a month earlier and 96 Cob'.
Jf Full Course R ago" he said. "Truck crops at cents a year ago. Tangerinesat

\It $2 NEW YEAR'S DINNER $2 Y Lk 281 are 11 points higher than 79 cents compared with $1.65in LINCOLN CALL"I
rL mid-November and $1.43 in
New Years Day Hours: U 3. C S P.M. Reservations NecessaryDaily R December 1946.
prices ()pea t P. M.
a-' Hours 6.5 P.M. Sundays 12.2. 6.8 P.M. I were at 90 cents, compared to
500 Chase An.. Winter Park Closed Mondays Phone W.P. 27 R'vtcx CBMC To HearYear's ere.one.. good tAste shows sour appre
if $2.46 a year ago. of better union and satisfactKK
nxsxxxxxxrr.xrnx> rxxxnxxrxxxxrn., """ ... "'" }'--"" Townsend reported that the Last Times ...."you dining choose....CLUB--t.DIAMOND Visit our for

MEMBERS OF THE FAMOUS Messiah Bible College Male majority of livestock and livestock Fred MacMurray -_ bar too.,.and enjoy tno
Quartet from Grantham, Pa., are singing each night this weekat products prices advanced "SJlOh1"Also"JEWELS ..st afford..dunks in town at Praia you
Reports the month
during did
CLUB SAN ORLO the Brethren in Christ Church, 1712 Cook St. They are [left ', feed prices. as most "-' .

to right]: Royce Saltzman, Norman Hostetter, Alden Long, "Hog prices rose $1 per hundredweight
Midway Between Sanford and Orlando-Highway 17-" Samuel Herr. The Rev. John A. Climenhaga, who has been a I, Annual reports of committee to $22.30, while cat.
missionary to Africa and has toured India, England and Scot- chairmen will feature the Christian tie made slight gains," he said.
Business Men's Committee
GALA HOLIDAY CELEBRATIONVisit land, is speaking every night at 7. The meetings will close' luncheon meeting today at 12:15: i I I her"However, 1946, beef compared cattle have to Decem-made lood OPEM rrjt Ji ? i K

our beautiful underground lounge . serv- with the 7 p.m. service Sunday. The Rev. Charles Nye is pastor p.m. in the Chamber of Com- :the larger gains during the COCITJUL LOUICf OKU 4 fM

ing the Best in :Mixed Drinks and Liqueurs.For of the church. : merce Bldg I year." ,MICH MA.*": i.*

a Taste Treat try our Western Steaks, Chicken, Seafood In the final session of 1947, II I For the nation as a whole, I

DIVCE NEW YEAR'S EVE TO THE DELIGHTFUL. MUSIC OF the following mf'mbf'rs111 I the index of prices received by
Stone ClaimsPolice 'Cleanest City'i summarize the various activities I farmers 1947
Hugh Clinton and His OrchestraCover during ranged; I
in which have been
they from 260 Tn January to 301 this
Charge 91M Per Person Chief Stone figuratively i cleanest town in the engaged during the past year month,a level 14 per cent higher CLUB CABANA
knocked wood last night when State. Eola Park evangelistic meet \ than that of Dec. 15, 1946,
I[asked for a year-end statement "Our traffic has increased in ings, Harry Wimberly; Youth for Townsend said.
II I from his department. 1 I the past year, but with the helpof 1 Christ, Don Mott; country prison i' I 3 MILES NORTH OF ORLANDO HIGHWAY' 441
I Both the national index
II I "It's early in the season to the City Council which has 1 farm, Alex Young; Florida State of
I j start bragging," he said. agreed to increase our men and Sanatorium, Chaplain O. II. Ger- prices received and the Indexof GALA NEW YEAR'S EVE PARTY
motors, we feel like we'll be ableto [ stenkorn; county jail, Fred Falk- prices paid by farmers, the
"I couldn't quote any comparative cope with it in the very near''I ner; city stockade, Louis Christensen I latter now 16 per cent above a
figures, but I think future. ; CMBC Bible and Book year ago, top the figures for any MUSIC BY

we'te got-in fart I know\\e'ie |I "I would like to say that we Store, Bion Enlow; membership i i previous year.FREDDIE'S.
GALA :appreciate the co-operation given Alex Young; tract, A. P. Swaid--I STEWART MARTIN
1 us by the public, and the efforts mark; special gifts, Alex Young.
being made by the Traffic Committee .. I *
TMMrun .1 ftt Help Crippled Kill- W
New Year's Eve Party Court Upholds 'I and the Planning and FOR STEAKS
Zoning Commission, as well as Lippitt Leaves City Post 1 Mi. No. Orlando m Sanford Hiway' h SPECIAL ENTERTAINMENTAND

, No Cover.FAVORS-No Minimum I the Mayor and Council, towards Resignation of L. M (Bill) Steaks, Chicken. Shrimp aV Orates ALL THE TRIMMINGS
alleviating traffic hazards and Lippit as painting inspector was SiksE DINNERS $1.50 Up

New Year's Breakfast Negro BallotingRICHMOND :on estion.. accepted yesterday by City Cocktail ind Package Bar From S Open P.M.Daily till ::2 A.M.DRIVEIN RESERVATIONS 2.50 PER PERSON TAX INC
-T..,.;. Beet (St Help Crippled Ki.i- Council ,

Midnight tit ? (UP] The U. S. Two Georgia -
Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals -- -
- -
HOTEL yesterday affirmed the constitu- TI.eatre -
I tional right of Negroes to vote in Factions Blast
.. .'. .... ..
the South Carolina Democratic
primary and accused that Stateof 'TWO YEARS BEFORE THE MAST"
9Mt tJ. using its power to violate the NewCourtPlan I ALAN LADD BRIAN DOVLEVYHU.F I

I Constitution.The ATLANTA: (fUPJ] Both Tal- Sloe. "..5 CHildrm'. U".g.. Tact t HOtR.t l I.: Can CARTOONS"Flat .. DINING ROOM court denied the appealby madge and Thompson Democratslast i6AI's .
,, South Carolina election officials j
night dismissed as a "crack- alt
545 N Orange-Phone 4552NEW Judge of a ruling J. Waites by C.Waring S. District State Court 2 P.M.
Supreme disqualify SHO n
which barred them from interfering I Orange BOAT Dopeining .
.tself in the legal l battle for con- I Blossom Trail Room Box Office Open 11:31 P.M.
.L with the Negroes' right trol of Georgia's Democratic par- Open P.M. I ALL SEA TS-6Oc:

I of ballot. ty. I SPECIAL HOLIDAY DINNERS Fun & Favors for All!
The South Carolina case goes Roast Turkey, Prime Ribs of Beef Au Jus, or f f Q
all the way back to the original They observed that the purported Roast Chicken $
Supreme Court ruling in 1914 author of a petition calling I S JOANCRAWFORD
which emphasized the fundamental for the en-member court 9
freedom of ballot regardless to step down one W. G.
YEAR'S DINNER of race or creed. .Idams-was not known ''by CANDLELIGHT CLUB RESTAURANTAND DANA

Then Gov. Johnston called the either faction contesting for COCKTAIL LOUNGE
South Carolina Legislature into the party leadership. ANDREWSFONDA

5000 5OOO special session to dissolve all ex- i i Copies of the petition were cir- NEW YEAR'S EVE DINNERISame C tor : HENLY
isting laws and the q
primary turn :Umlated. .in mimeographed form, Mea. Prevails New Tcar'i Day .
y I election machinery over to the at the Capitol yesterday by Louis
party so that it could hold pri- 'lark, superintendent of State FULL COURSE DINNERS | IR
AT THE $1 -yr
maries as private club.
farms and a former superior TURKEY WITH ALL THE TRIMMINGS ____d. e
f>urt clerk of Meriweather
DUCK MIMk DUCK Ij -j i County He said he received $2.00 DAISY
q KiPETTIrOR them unsealed through the mails GENUINE SMITHFIELD VIRGINIA HAM __

under a cent and a half postage SERVING 5 P. M. TO 1 A. M.
stamp. 1363 Orange .-\"f'. at Gateway Corner
I S to 9 P.M. i The accompanying letter, sign- Fla.
I i if : For Reservation Phone 9176 Winter Park,
Closed Monday ed by Adams said that counsel lENYON
SPECIAL fe P SPECIAL 1 j Rt. 17-92 Winter Par {B
for James
,I S. Peters, chairman of "
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are in combination with one or the other of
dailY except iiida?. Hew Te r-ji Day. "our the regular parties. And Wallace has lost '

of ntuel-5Ur J.ly. Labor On. lOrltndo D.,.. ThankifiTm Dtliy Newspaper* and .!mtZnaL Ine-1 at X3 by> I thousands of the independents in the past J> AFTER CAN AlVSWrS (( S Jf I Lack Of Fresh Orange Juice M

I South Oranc Avw* Orlando Fla. few months.So PERSUASION LUSH" 1 PELOO nffw

Orlando.Entered Florida as ReOIId under- I.H the matter Act ot March at the 3d.Post 1879.Office_at his announcement is interesting politics THE ONLY TUNES&U HE Rl&MTf f SpER ) 'Irks This 'Yankee With A Beef' I

but we do not believe his Third Party AT THE ( i RE&STEK.
TELEPHONES: AdvertUtBt. Want HO* 1O; Editorial. TO MOVE
General Information S-1681. TF3*-* movement will remain on the scene for long. DOWN AND LETS WOW "EMj Editor; In this column Mon
Subscription Price 3M per at. '1.10 ger S&g It's a one-time, diehard shot, nurtured by a THE ACT- \ ,crPOU6LE day, a Yankee was hollering

MAITM AHMUKM.. EMTOB AN. PMLIMI spirit of revenge and thwarted personal am- OUT A-FEW 1# CHOPSTICk'Sib I about not being able to find any
C W. Lnnrr. $SL MM. MIKTON J. AMTIN. An. MM. bition. the food is cooking. For my part
fAIL H...*.... MANACHM.. Htmr(ALCM.Ekirotuu. Di KToarUkbU 3" fresh it's the lack of
orange juice that gets me.
THE MERRY-GO-ROUND From all I gather your citrus
J. W. --. CTT da. M a. g1 people are for
crying a market
Typo SBTT. ,
K. T. Mnu.
still right here at home you giveus
Member ef The Aisedated Pms Schuman Gains Favor! canned juice. I should think
The Associated Press U exclusively entitled
every drug store and
ta the use for republicaUoo of aU I, DREW PEARSON I in the State
would almost give
news iMspatehes accredited to tt er not
otherwise accredited to this paper and PARIS-Prem. Schuman the foreign-born I the stuff away. I suppose
((8 also the local news published herein. Frenchman who suddenly was called upon to take : ; though, people are the same the'world 0-
of special
for re-publication
All rights
dispatches herein are also! reaerted. over the helm of France last tt onth has now I't V over. Where I come from flUNg YOU
\ Please
: won so much popular support that the De Gaullist 4 :::::# :, -- the apples we cant sell we giveto make your PUBLIC
PAGE 4 WED. DEC. 31, 1947 forces are getting worried. ____ the pigs and you let the citrus THOUGHT letters brief. We
like them typewritten. ,
\ the
ti/ rot on ground.
Gen. De Gaulle had figured on letting Schu _ _ _ ANOTHER doable' spaced U possible Jf>
man continue through the cold, lean months of YANKEE THE EDITOR/-
Winter-when more strikes are j/ i
Our Program '
expected-and then take over in' i
Eliminotioa of Political Job Duplication the Spring. But now, Schumanis Gayer of Galileo Regarded life as it exists could not go on.

Lower T aui. Efficiency ill Go ernme t. making tuch political head 11s3AIIJoT.E a-n As Offset to PegleSt Gall It is not a question of whichof
: -- that De Gaulle is ported '1 gentlemen has the
way I4ATLOHATIS Editor: It to
me that better mind.
'i-- ,' planning a speaking trip to drum / ogp11, little has been said about the observation This is simply an
TODAV8 THOUGHT up more support for himself. 1 'R'CK'SEN' a1I1 T-j I that one of them
I comparatively recent acquisitionof
seems more human
Wherefore he Baith, God resisteth the proud I The new premier, who man- ( MW VA mr6EPKLtYii.IAt7 your columnist Mr. Gallico. other, more ready to laugh than with the

but giveth grace unto the humble.-James 46.: aged to settle the French strikes : While his articles are not all of us and laugh at us than he is
,,wt O a.i.twei ionw wne,,.,. CAf 12-3/
with the Communists
% by getting tough equal merit, which is to be expected to maim and shoot us down with
was never heard of be- yet as an offset to Mr. Umneasurt'dmncaUons..
humility the highest virtue mother
True fore in the USA and scarcely ; Pegler, the column of Mr. Gallico Mr. Gall co's method has been

them alL-Tennyson. heard of even in his own coun- PITCHING HORSESHOESPoliceman is not only a relief but practically -'I that of many of the best satirists,

Schuman try. The reason is that he is one i a necessity. Too much I from Cervantes to George Bern-

Wallace's 'Mad' Comes to Boil of the most retiring of men. In 1 vinegar daily ministered and I i I ard Shaw. And his criticisms are
a ,
France, although he lived in Paris for 28 years, he |I Wins Two Seats poured into the unprotesting 1 I not the less poignant because of

PSYCHOSIS, STARTED, in 1944 in has never had a home of his own. lie merely I mind of the average reader will |I their lightness of touch.A .

THE mind of Wallace when a rented one room in the home of a friend. and i in time sour the most optimistic READER
Henry I when elevated to the all-important job of Finance t, BILLY ROSE Meadows. I argued that the taxidermist's fee outlook. And such is Mr. Pegier's 1 I Winter Park
shock and bitter disappointment
contribution! .
great Minister one year ago, he picked out from the Whenever a show opens in my theater, I Bend would be stupendous. The captain said it was a Terefore- what a
changed the course of his life, has run its ornate and ostentatious Ministry Building only a pair of orchestra seats to a Brooklyn policeman bargain at $600-1 might find ambergris.The contrast is offered by Mr. Gal-; Visitor; Praises Orlandofor
Clio's 1
full cycle.It I one small office for himself.All named McNiddle.No. next morning, most of the Metropolitan cated humor gay sallies his,subtle his sophisti-thrusts "Its Charitable Ads
was a tremendous blow to Wallace'spersonal his life, Schnman has eaten in the McNiddle didn't tear up a traffic ticket papers carried pictures of the whale. For reasons delivered Editor
never broadside As Winter \isit
but at. one r.
pride when his great and good restaurant of the Chamber of Deputies- -which for me. that escape me, a seagull with a broken wing,, an angle. All this brings great I I have noticed many examplesof
relief -
friend Franklin Roosevelt turned his backon is about the same as haTing Speaker Martingo He stopped me from buying a whale. or a steer loose on 10th Ave. brings out the Walter to some of us when we compare civic pride and cooperation

him as a running mate. What was harderto up to the House of Representative restaurant I It happened back in 1939 when I was runningthe Pater in every copy-reader's dusty souL I de it to the heavy monotonousblows here in Orlando. For example,

take was the choice of Harry Truman, a for all his meals. big h-2-o spectacle at _ _ _ _ cided to pay the $GOO and drove back to Sheeps. put forth by Mr. Fegler.; i the response of the people to
party wheelhorse whose political philosophywas Finally, the new premier Is a man of few the New York World'sI head Bay. By this time, the crowd around the I do not always agree with Mr. 1 i appeals for blood and the Demop--

far too conservative to place him in the words. He makes ,fewer :speeches in or.e year I Fair. One evening while '( ) ) pier had assumed Roxy Theater proportions. Gallico's opinions but even when'.oulos fund.
Deal than most French deputies make in a month. I was trying to figure -) Officer McNiddle helped me fightny way I disagree most acutely, I relish I It is no wonder that they cal
circle of the New
inner I out a way to seat customers .V through to the capU in. his way of laughing at our hUman -I j(I Orlando, "The City Beautiful f
It certainly was a blow to Wallace'spersonal Schuman was born in the Duchy of Luxembourg -1 on the rafters of "The whale's much bigger today" he said.. foibles instead of launch- !1 Orlando is a beautiful town and

ambitions. and spent most of his life under German the Aquacade, the phone ' "It'll cost you $1,000. It's still less than two cents ing solemn attacks by means ofa II I the residents' pride and cooperation

: The long hand of Fate stepped in to add rule. In fact, there Is a vacuum in his career from rang. "This is EgglesI j a pound." verbal axe. 'j I is too is bad a wonderful example. It

fuel to his rising resentmentFranklin 1914 to 1918-about h none his friends talk I ton" said the caller. 't..2t "This I Is a holdup," I said, and Mailed to As a rule I think that comparisons : towns like that this there aren't more the
Roosevelt died and Harry Tru- and which Is blank; in all biogr aies-when, it is "Capt. Eggleston of walk away. The captain let me walk. Having; are to be avoided as I nation.

man became President. suspected he sen ed in the German Army. The Sheepshead Bay. How i ___ sold fish by the pound all his life, he naturally each of us has his own gift. Yet I A VISITOR
Communists taunted him with this charge when I would you like to buy a figured more whale, more money." being still Christmas-tide we I
but for double wouldbe
"There, a cross, Schuman made his whale?" That afternoon it drizzled
first appearance on the floorof c-k at the Fair and might recall the fact that on Cancer
Sufferer 7
Henry Wallace he must have the Chamber as Premier-whereupon no lessa i "With or without tar there was nobody in the rafters. I put 10 one- Dec 23, while Mr. Pegler was I I ,

:thought. person than ex-Prem. Herriot, now president of tar sauce; ?" I cracked. hundred-dollar bills in my pocket and headed I back at his old game of dissecting Sees Last Christmas

the Chamber came to his defense. I "This whale," said the -- back for the Bay. The crowd was now World I Mrs. Roosevelt, Mr. Gallico!I MEMPHIS (API] Little Gene

SERVED ON Harry Tru In Alsace-Lorraine, Herriot said, the Germans captain "is 40 feet long, Series size. I looked at the carcass. It had grown I was suggesting that we, each of I Manker the seven-year-old cancer

WALLACE disagreeing many times made hostages of loyal Frenchmen during World and although somewhat (dead it's In good con- big as a baby blimp. us give a wee inexpensive giftto i sufferer who was flown to

with the men Truman picked for key jobs War I, just as they did of Frenchmen during dition. I'm asking $500 for it." "Fifteen hundred," was the captain's greeting.I some weary salesgirl, standing I'.New York Memorial Hospital
and at decisions World War II. Schuman's family long residentsof "You're kidding," I said. "\\ ere'd you get a noticed Officer McNiddle talking to an long hours in a store, helpingus early this month, died yesterday.
disagreeing frequently Lorraine. fought against the Prussians in the whale?" earnest little man. They booth looked worried. with our Christmas shopping. When he returned here shortly

made.Then War of 1870 and lost. But from that date until Capt. Eggleston assured me he wasn't kidding.He "What's the trouble?" I asked. There followed on Christmas Day j I before Christmas, he found at his
came the straw which broke the 1919 Schuman lived under German rule was had been fishing in his boat the Nirvana III "This fellow claims to know about whales," his "Greetings to the Little Man" :home a pony the gift of auother

camel's back.Wallace taught; in German schools, and speaks German as and had sighted the whale floating belly-up in said the policeman. "I Se says if it keeps suckingup which its all-inclusive reminded us of Dickensin I Memphis child.

wanted to express himself on well as he does French. i the swell three miles off Sandy Hook. He had air and water much longer, it's liable to sweep of the j

foreign policy matters.He One year after Lorraine obtained Its independence sunk the Nirvana's anchor in the carcass and explode." that human we family forget,yet particularly without whom'WE'LL those I;color.Green is regarded as a tranquil

submitted a speech to Pres. Truman, however Schuman was elected to the towed it back to Sfeeepshead Bay. Well I read the rest of the story in the morning

got his okay to talk. Chamber of Deputies from the new province and I told the captain I'd think it over. Well, papers. Officer McNiddle saw his duty and -
has been re-elected ever since. the more I thought it over that night the moreI did it. Being an imaginative fellow, visualized NEVER MAKE RECORDS AGAINr

When the speech started a furore in This means- that he has been a member of liked the idea. I could see the stuffed monster flying bits of blubber and whalebone dropping on I

the capitals: of Europe when Jimmy the Chamber for a period similar to the termsof I outside the main entrance to the Aquacade. I innocent passersby, perhaps maiming some of
Byrnes threatened to resign unless Wallace the older U. R. Congrt'Ssmf'nclolph Sabathof could hear my barkers spieling about "Pulchri them for life. Petrillo Edict Not Believed

was repudiated, Harry Truman Illinois or Sol Bloom, of New York. tude and Poundage," "the Behemeth of the A man of action, he (cot; a sledge; hammer ,

ousted the former vice-president from his Briny" "Rose's Babes and Neptune's Blubber," and a spike, and drove hole in the monster's By JAMES THRASHER plicated line of work. He
Cabinet. In the Chamber Schuman has been a hardworking "the most Awesome Abdomen since the Dawn of ever-expanding: abdomen. And with results that The has can
great man spoken.Ve throttle research In sound
plodding wheelhorse spending most of Time," and similar phrases I fancied back in 1939.I :Mark Sennett would have loved are never going to make Just when developmentsin recording

For the first time since 1933 the former his time on the Finance Commission. It was this even considered propping: open the mam- I don't know the scientific name for piscatorial records again-ever," he said. "I the electronics field promised,

white-haired boy of the New Deal days; was experience which caused his appointment to one mar month and inviting the populace to test perfume, but even people with heavy colds want you to emphasize the word some Interesting Improvements. W
off of the toughest in France knew it wasn't Chanel No. 5. The Coast Guard ."
the public payrolls.His jobs In 194&-that of out Jonah's story at two bits a test. 'never' Mr. Petrillo can also do some
only sounding board was the editorial Minister of Finance.A rushed! oxygen tanks to the scene. According to James Caesar Petrillo was talking of his countrymen a d Sservicein
of The New newsman at that time asked Schuman the Early next morning I drove out to Sheepshead the columnists, there wasn't a shore dinner about the contract betweenhis a way that possibly is beyondhis
zine pages Republic, a maga- reason for his appointment. Bay. Sure enough:!; there was a dead whale tied served at Sheepshead: for the next 48 hours. union of musicians and the comprehension. There happen .
of small
circulation. "There were no other candidates" the new up to the small pier from which the captain Capt. Eggleston phoned me that night and recording companies, which expires to be many people who feel

minister replied and, considering the difficultyof operated his fishing:!; excursion boat. A crowd offered me the whale for $50. "No spik Ingleesh," Dec. 31. Some weeks ago that their lives would be poorer

H s ANNOUNCEMENT AS an independent France's financial problem Schuman was prob-- was gawking and Officer McNiddle was doing his I told him. Mr. Petrillo said that the contract I without the enjoyment of good

candidate for President came ably telling the truth. best to keep the kids from hacking souvenirs out The Police Department ordered the captainto would not be renewed.It I music. Yet they cannot often
was thought then that the hear fine artists In
as a surprise to few. Another charge the Communists: have hurled of BiandWet's hide. destroy the whale immediately. They refusedto person be
of the music-mak
A few months ago it would have seemed at Schuman was that he served under the Vichy "There" she is," said the captain. "All yours for let him tow it out to sea on the grounds thatit great t'rsVas mogul just peeved at the! Taft. I cause or because their they budgets live too are far slender from

fatal to the Democratic Party because labor government, which technically is true. Appointedby $600. would be a menace to navigation. The shore- Hartley iattehich prevents- the cities that thoge artists visit.
and many other independent liberal Paul Reynaud as Under-Secretary of State for "You said $500," I snapped."I line skipper finally had to hire a salvage company him from having exclusive: Recorded music fills a real
ganizations leaned or- refugees shortly before France fell. Schuman know," said the captain, "but the whale Is to haul the smelly sea-beast to an uninhabited control of the millions In record need for them. Even those who
heavily toward the Wallace -
side. proved much too liberal for the Vichy government a lot bigger today." atoll off the Long Island shore. There, a royalties that the union have the means and opportunityfor
and was one of the first French leaders Officer McNiddle confirmed this. Blubber- platoon of men in gas masks. sawed and hacked collects. concert-going find records a
In the past few weeks labor has been Imprisoned by the Gestapo. Belly was getting bigger by the hour, he told the oversized carp to bits, burning each piece But now Mr. Petrillo says that special Joy.

weaned away from Wallace and other liberal Schuman finally managed- to f'scapefrom me. It was taking in air and water and, being carefully.Yes even if the law is repealed and But Mr. Petrillo Is not a mu-

elements have deserted his banner. Germany, disguised as a school teacher on somewhat dead its respiratory apparatus wasn't whenever a show opens at the Ziegfeld; the record companies Increase sic-lover. He considers one musician
vacation. working.I Officer McNiddle Is going to get a pair of their royalties it will do no good. about the same as anotheras
His candidacy will hurt the Demo- Back in France he joined the resistance movement told Capt. Eggleston I didn't relish havingthe orchestra seats. The great man is good and mad. long as both pay their dues.
cratic chances, certainly but not as badlyas price Jacked I it would So "we" are never going to make So, if he has his way, great ar
and held a series of secret meetings in most up on me. pointed out But the one show he'll never see on my stageis
had he announced while he still had of the cities of France to report on his own observations take a flatcar to move the mammoth to Flushing a dramatization of Moby Dick. records again. tists yet unknown will remain
the of all the i ._ _ He teni! worried about royalties unknown to thousands of Ame-
support dissident elements of the Nazis. Hitler is finished, he re-
anyway. For he says he will icans, and great compositions yet
in the early days of the Truman regime. ported. WESTBROOK PEGLER SAYS collect on all records made in unwritten will remain unheardby

Make no mistake about it the rush to beat the deadline them. Unless those artists
Henry Wallace -
will Schuman's politics are middle-of-the-road witha since he issued his ultimatum. avoid America-where thee must
There get a lot of votes. slight lean to the left or, to use an old Roose- Chaplin Hints At Leavina U.S. Several years' supply of both join the union in order to appear
are many families in the nation veltian expression, a little left of center. He isn't popular and classical music is with union musicians-and record

who will vote for Wallace on his "peaceat \nywhe e near as conservative as De Gaulle and a bJ reported to have been put on wax elsewhere, Mr. Petrillo will

any cost" argument There are many yet he is somewhat more so than the Socialists. I By WESTBROOK PEGLER { She returned and Justice won I I He said he had been paying during the rush. Mr. Petrillo have them stymied. .
others who like his leftish: liberal views. Leon Blum, the aged-ex-premier who first Reynolds News, of London a decision on points after a gaudy II'I guest and in that faux pas revealed estimates that its sale may bringin Against this loss will be the -y

But Wallace's main strength is with the tried to form a Cabinet after the Fall of Paul I recently published a criticism of II i trial which ended on the sad refrain a misconception of the nature as much as $10 million In roy- gain that every 9-by-12 nightclub X-

Independent vote which Ramadier, announced thatDe Gaulle was just as I the Hollywood movie industry j "It's the Same the 'Ole of our Republic and the alties.We and high school get-to
was the balance of much a menace to France as the Communists.The by Charlie Chaplin which closed i World Over, Isn't It a Bloody I 1 theory of the Income tax. Moreover suspect that Mr. Petrillo gether; will have to hire live
power from 1932 until today. result was that Blum failed to get De Gaulle's with an intimation that he would I I Shame?" he hid the fact that he may not be as stubborn as he musician<< if they want music.
There are not enough of these inde. suPPOrt. presently save the people of the That Chaplin now toys with tried for several years to cheat seems. But if he really means But Mr. Petrillo has overlookedone
United States the problem of the idea of leaving us will be the Treasury by falsely swearing no more records, ie can probably thing when he says "We are
heaving him out of a country news less tragic to the American that a relative was his part- make his ban stick. The never going to make records
INTERPRETING THE NEWS OUT OF THE FAR EAST whose hospitality indeed asy- people than Chariot himself ner whereas the business rela- recording industry! Is not "es! 1 again." The oversight Is under-

I lum, he has requited with Impudence would think He has never tionship was a fake devised to sential," so his musicians can'tbe standable in the great man's case.

ingratitude and notorious ,caught the American idea, al- ,i- cut his surtaxes. forced to work for It. I I But the fact remains that e..enhe
Control Of Japan's Studied I contempt for the moral This must give Mr. Petrillo'ssense is mortal So the day may
Economy !standards of the people. j I Most of this relative's In- of self-importance a tre-- come when "we" is not an abbreviation -

I Chaplin produced a picture ; c.- come was kicked right backto mendous boost He can make for the personal opinions
8r SPENCER DAVIS but it comes from influential rehabilitation of last Winter called Monsieur Ver-1 a11 .t him and Chaplin eventually worthless a big investment in and ambitions of James
j Japanese
AP Chief. of Bureau com had to pay a deficiency of $1174,00 ,- He can Caesar Petrillo. Then doubt
in Manila I leaders of the Chinese financial merce and industry. It would i i doux which laid an egg on Broadway - plants and equipment. no ,
MANILA (AP] A $17 million community in Manila. be subject to the strict controlof I i because it presented an Immoral and was lucky that hedidn't cause considerable unemployment -the recording of music will be

"birthday present" is waiting for Their plan briefly, is to set upa an Allied commission which idea executed so cheaply : go to prison. by wiping out a whole com- revived.

Philippines Pres. Manuel A. Rox. long-term Allied control of Japanese would make it possible to achieve that even the lay public could p 1 In some ways, however, he has
as It Yokosuka, Japan. industry and commerce to the objectives without prejudicing detect the characteristic sting- indeed, shrewdly understood the. en strong Indications that he Is mittee of French artists to protest
that the appears certain, however provide for Japan's peaceful ; trade interests of the Allies. I iness of the meanest man in Hol American people, our susceptibility -. I friendlier to those who do believe I to the American Embassy in
bulky gift, consisting of needs and to produce goods and The backers of the productionto lywood. It was the story of a to suggestion and propaganda in Communism than to the Paris the outrageous deportation

3,270 tools assorted items of machine. services needed by the rest of pay plan-including bankers Parisian profligate similar in Y and our capacity for contempt. people of this country as represented -, proceedings against Hanns Eis-
earmarked for the Philip. the world particularly Asia. and commercial interestsagreethat many ways to Chaplin himself, i1 (and insult have fascinated him. by their elected legislature. ler and simultaneously send me
tions,republic will as advance repara. In return, Japanese workingmen all Japan's direct war indus- who disposed of his wife by mur lie has exploited these amiable I' For a recent example, on Nov. I a copy of protest for use here.

Jan. 1, when not arrive as scheduled would be enabled to maintain tries should be completely dismantled der.Chaplin faults for more than 35 years; 121 at 9:02: p.m. Charles Chaplin, i Greetings."
his by 56th Roxas. celebrates a human standard of living and their equipmentsent on his part availed and I should say, now, at last to of 1085 Summit Dr. Beverly I This was an attempt by an
birthday.The I : and thus escape becominga to damaged countries for 1 himself of the convenience of the the limit. Hills, the town from which the alien, resident here for more

portation.difficulty The LST Is one of trans a burden of the control pow. production of useful goods. These I American divorce system which In the last two years he has. j troubled American girl was deported . I than 35 years guilty of a degreT...rI
the U. S. to loaned by ers. same people believe however permits legalized promiscuity pressed his luck and the only sent a radio message to. i of moral turpitude which disqualifies -
reparations still move part of the II Under this plan. the "not in- that tremendous problems wouldbe thanks largely to the influenceon reason why formal proceedingshave I Pablo Picasso of Paris. The records i I him for citizenship,
for Is in drydock considerable" 40 per cent marginof involved in transplanting and I our morals of the tom-cats not been pushed to deport of the Committee on Un- caught in the act of cheating the
Furthermore repairs. profit which before the surrender efficiently operating Japanese and wantons of the amusement him is that he has never been American Activities of the House. I,Government of an enormous debt
experts on the went to the Japanese heavy machinery in China, Japanese industry. In his most notorious convicted of a felony. Congress, ; of Representatives contain the. for taxes a slacker In both World
Filipino estimate reparations it team in Tok- Army, Navy and rich families cotton mills in Malaya or I adventure, however, Chaplin seduced t in the name of the American unquallified statement that Picasso '- ,; Wars,although he clamored with

yo to complete the might take a year ,,would be available for repara. Japanese paper mills in the Phil- a :young American girl -- people, could pass a law now to is an avowed member of the Communists for a second
unless shipment to Manila tions. ippines.It with promise of fame in the CHARLIE CHAPLIN ( deport him as one who, after the Communist Party of France. front in the latest one-an attempt -
vessels a is good-sized fleet of "It is believed," says the memorandum Is considered- doubtful I movies and when he got her . leave U. S.? 'I I a sufficient time, has proved unbearably About this time the Committee > by this alien habitue of
cargo made available. that a strict and "in that the trouble Involved and | pregnant, had her railroaded out may offensive and inimical was engaged in exposing the. Communist fronts devoted to the
With this first sizable chunk of telligent control of all phases of. consequent dislocation of the i of town on a one-way ticket with thought it would be Incorrect to Ui Jer the Constitution the Austrian Communist, Hanns; i destruction of the American Nation -
reparations ready for shipment, the Japanese economy will insure Japanese actually little more than enough of his Hitler's I to foment an artificial
it is interesting economy I say he never understood us at People through our elected I Eisler, a fugitive from political -
to find a solid substantial realization of would help directly the peoples money for a shoe-box lunch. all He never could understandthat representatives, have the right gas-chambers, who had been ad- demonstration against the
If unofficial. block of
the Philippines opinion in these three related objects: [111 who suffered, from the war. Although this ingrate alien citizenship in our country i I to decide that Chaplin's furth- mitted to the United States on United States by Communists In
veering away Forever incapacitating Japan It is believed more likely that I still free I '1 the Paris in reprisal for certain legal
from the whole idea of I was to travel was an honor to be conferred er presence here Is inconsistent false representations through I
of its industrial stripping; I I from waging war; [2J Giving her the chief beneficiaries would be the United States,, this n. .ve with discrimination, and refused ; with our "general welfare", and I intercession with the State Deptof action taken, by the elected
Japan here has been potential 'a, chance to survive as a peace- the capitalists, domestic and for-. young woman, victim of his more often than not. And he revealed run him out Eleanor RooseveltIn representatives of the American
Opinion memorandum put intoa abiding, productive country. [131] eign, in the various regions and passion in the words of a somber some years ago an erroneous A dozen representatives would I Hollywood Chaplin and people in Congre:"
incorporating a i Making her pay for damage she that the people who bore the. Piccadilly II had been Before long," Chaplin wr-te
folk-song, was belief that the United States gladly offer such a bill today as I Kisler brought together -
"production to pay"the doctrine U and I; has inflicted. brunt of Japanese aggressionghtptze&bLaying banished from Beverly Hills was a kind of assignation park to whether Chaplin Is a Com- by mutual interest. for Reyno'.ds News, of Ln!:rfon,
transmitted to S State jroPQnents
Department It'Is 'notTfcfficlal, ,ia I say that "'ther naonseedtve1cfearXtthe-I top'h3ore I by the ancient process of thebum's ,>.for the Illicit fun of rich parven-1!Imunist I no burden need be as-J I The text of Chaplin's radio to I "I shall perhaps leave the United
i for-consumer goods. rush. I UL 1 eurned by the people. He has giv-I Picasso was: "Can you head com- Statesgtintiuq -"


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Wednesday, December 31, 1947 Telephones: 4161 or 3-1681 (Hanbo flJurttteg &tn1ttttl Pa Si
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:,f';. '-.<:'; ". $ "-: Gas Tax Income !' Maxcy Reports Progress:; State's Marina

". ,
E [Special to Orlando Morning Sentinel] i I committee to review the sugges-i

f :. Hits New LAKELAND Progress toward tions offered to obtain a .
High I Activity
development of a program ,I legal questions and to prepare a '
to promote better citrus fruit plan for organization to be submitted I

TALLAHASSEE [UPJ] State prices was reported ;)yesterday: to the full committee. at p.': The Assoc c'eri; c. t

Recreation Short Courses Are Planned revenue from gasoline taxes has i following the first meeting of the 'an early date.Members Florida is preparing to cnm'
committee of of the subcommitteeare
enlarged marketing
the million I modate water craft tr
a far surpassed $40 I more
GAINESVILLE-Fourteen recreation short courses will be I the Florida Citrus Commission.All A. B. Michael Wabasso; R. D.
fs mark setting a new record, even Winter and in seasons to cr;me-
conducted in the State during March and April to train leaders for I ; 1 though November sales of automobile but one of the committee'ssix I I.Keene, Winter Garden: L. C. Edwards especially along the intracoastal
group and community recreation programs, it was announced yes fuel dropped. Comptroller commission members and 21''''1 Jr. Dade City; William P. waterway

terday by B. C. Riley, dean of the General Extension Division Clarence M. Gay reported yester;industry representatives were McDonald, Auburndale; W. C. During the Winter fishermen,
The program is designed to cover dramatics, folk games, present for the meeting. i I, Pedersen. Waverly; C. C. Commander sportsmen and everyday boi'5I -

social recreation and other activities, as well as sports and day.Gay said that In 11 months, Com. Latt Maxcy, Frostproof, Tampa; Barnard Kil- I men live, fish and crui' 2 ai:tug
chairman, said afterward that gore, Clearwater, and Maxcy.
athletics. in the waters of the canal Northern
the tax produced $40,882,000
Dean Riley said that the course will be of particular value to revenue, setting a high mark committee members discussed| Maxcy said the committee!i yachts follow the game b'-cLj:
.> problems of the industry and would have no statement until it
public school systems of Florida counties by providing training for that would be raised even higher I I South Winter, and turn about
,.essed their views on what j, completed its studies and was
in the
teachers who wish to work under the community service program by December sales. The gen- Spring.
-.aid be done to stabilize pricesat prepared to make recommendations. -
red by the 1947 Legislature. eral revenue funds receives all I levels profitable to growers. I i From the Georgia line to

such income above $3 Hi milI I' "The discussions were con- Yesterday's meeting was an Key West, the inland waterway

Makes Haul lion. | structive and harmonious, and I t outgrowth of a proposal by Max runs for 527 miles. From
Winter Visitor Dies Burglar Gay reported that November feel that good progress was cy Dec. 17 that the commission Boston to Jacksonville, the

SARASOTA [AP] Mrs. MIAMI BEACH [UP] A I gasoline sales were off, and that made." he added. |take the lead in formation of an waterway depth is 1% feet, but
Adah Lee, 62, Winter visitor cat burglar escaped amid the collections ran $170,000 below Oc The committee authorized the 1!industry organization with power I from Jacksonville to Miami,

from Three Oaks, Mich, died screams of his victims with r x. tober. He believed the differ- appointment of a smaller sub-; to minimum prices.:: | the depth is only eight.
yesterday of injuries receiv$14,500 in jewels and cash ence was due more to rationing _I' A project to deepen the Florida
ed Saturday when she was from the bedroom of Mr. and ..-:i of gas to dealers than to a dropin I' section to 12 feet has received

struck by an automobile Mrs. David Milgrim here -- : ,-'" '. the tourist trade.TMMTIM Hunters StrandedIn Congressional approval but no
JiJUii Sews III Help Crippled Kife- Larson QualifiesFor I
while crossing a street here. early yesterday. The Mil- - , |1 money; but in preparation for a
she never regained congrim's are owners of swank Grocer PondersAs Marsh By Plane : possible grant from the next
sciousness after the acci women's shops on Lincoln .i I Congress navigation off: :.: Ls

dent. Road here and in New York. OPTIMISTICALLY Marilyn Emerich, 9, waits on the sand at Truck See-Saws ReElectionTALLAHASSEE Crash, Are Rescued i, have rightsofway.In procured most. of the necessary -

a the Municipal Beach in St. Petersburg for the snowfall which I TALLAHASSEE [IUP] Two addition, a number of East
Side Of
Wallace Bolt Does Not Worry State Demos The Evening Independent, afternoon newspaper, tried to produce :' Bridge 'Tallahassee hunters were rescued I. Coast cities have begun their

by dropping dry ice into cloud formations. Marilyn didn'tget LITHIA SPRINGS [rAP] For [AP] Ed Larson ![,yesterday from a marshy area own program of improvement
JACKSONVILLE [UPI] Joe Hill Williams of Lake Butler said to use her sled. Sunshine and clear skies kept the flakes an hour Monday night A. P. qualified yesterday as a ':near St Marks lighthouse where : of yachting facilities.
yesterday that the bolt of Henry Wallace from the Democratic Barnett, a pondered his I
grocer Democratic candidate for elec- At Canaveral recent free-
Party will make little or no difference in Florida elections in 1948. away. I fate as he sat in the cab of his I.they were stranded for a day and j. holder's election a brought

Williams, chairman of the State Democratic Executive truck while the rear end of the tion to a third term as Florida a night by an airplane accident. : bond i Issue of$1,365,000 to-build a

Committee said that "it's of such little significance in Florida MakeIt I vehicle teetered on the side of a State Treasurer.The Hnel E. Wheeler of Tallahassee a harbor. The Federal Government
that I don't think the committee will do anything about it." i Not Even Science Can bridge spanning the Alfalfa Keystone Heights lawyerand ; managed to land a seaplane I has appropriated

The steering group will meet here Monday to lay plans for the I River near here.Barnett's former U. S. Collector of In- i I near enough to the Is- $830,000 for harbor work-there

1947 State primaries and national election,. and to choose new I Snow In St. PetersburgST. I truck skidded as it ternal Revenue for Florida has land to bring Ernest Daffin and $90,000 for a turning basin
officers. .. entered the rain-soaked wooden held the position and its ac and Charles Wood, both :'j, to be matched by local inter
structure, demolished the companying offices of Insurance ests.
'If PETERSBURG [UP] Operation snowflake. an attempt to I, guardrail and did an ISO- degree Commissioner and Fire Marshall back to the mainland. I Ij

Park Money Approved Hitchhiker Slain make it snow over this "Sunshine City" by dry-icing clouds, was twist before the rear of since 1941. j 1 The men flew to the Dekle' bond Daytona issue Beach to construct has floated million-a
'.Beach area Monday to hunt
TALLAHASSEE [AP] PENSACOLA [AP] Flori- hailed as a success yesterday.It the truck stuck out over the I 'I i i iI dollar facilities
didn't I R. T. Carlisle, Jacksonville (I geese. While taking off for the :, ; includinga
Members of the Cabinet da police yesterday were snow. water and began a balancing druggist, has announced he new basin.
; return trip, the landing gear of ,
That said City Publicity Dir. Pressly Phillips was exactly
Budget Commission! yesterday searching for clues to the I art. will oppose Larson in the 1948 their plane struck a rock, forcing
individual what he wanted to -that I I
confirmed their prove Barnett was pulled to safety
Bud Roe 22 primary but has not qualifiedas them down. An
slayer of Ova t Army plane
of expend I of science when wreckers hauled the truck
approvals the best efforts
. J even a candidate. [spotted the craft and reported it I I.I InvestmentOpportunities
ture of $27,000 on land for hitch-hicker from Middletown, i would not produce snow for this Rebuilding Of Stale onto the bridge. .I ihere. I
the proposed Manatee Ohio., who was found slain TutvHM. Bnl' *St Help Crippled l Kidl- I Others who sent their candidates' ,.._
I tourist center. I I. Btwl m Help Crippled KiM-
Springs State Park. The 1,200 Gulf Coast oaths and fees to See of
of here the
Monday east '
acre tract is located on the Gulf Coast Hwy. Roe had I Pilot Bob Leon took off with Tax Structure UrgedSpecial I Livestock Receipts I State R. A. Gray yesterday Included Tampa Men ArrestedOn

Suwanee River in Levy been shot twice in the head 100 pounds of dry ice and Luther C. Tucker of
County near Chiefland. and once in the abdomen. :dropped it in the right spot of [ to Orlando Morning Sentinel)] : Light, Prices Rise I I Crawfordville for the State Sen- 'Numbers' Charge

'It I stratus-cumulus clouds at 12,000 CLEARWATER-Dick Cooper, KISSIMMEE [API] Receipts ate from the 5th District a post VALDOSTA. Ga. [APJ] Chief of Seldom ta History have the assets
feet, in 31 degree weather. He I now held by Sen. Drew Branch Police H. M. Passmore said yesterday and Earning Power represented tryseeanues
Central Florida candidate for with higher .
,were light prices on I of Seasoned Major Cor.porations
Jax Looks Like 'Typo' on New Map dived beneath the clouds but the Kissimmee livestock market, of Sumatra.Taeria that two men identifiedas been available at rack
found no snow falling.An Governor listed education, conservation I B.wl, US kelp Cri*..M Kill- Harry Carta and Patsy Suarezof favorable price ratios t* Earnings
TALLAHASSEE [UP] Jacksonville is on the latest official map public health and tax- it was reported yesterday. Sales and Yields.
Tampa had been arrested hereon
of Florida. accompanying plane also j totaled $30,016.48. Methodist Pastor
I ation as major problems facingthe charges of operating a num- Investors are Invited to can w
It looks like something went wrong with the linotype, but failed to notice snow, and the : ', Sales details: 175 calves at write for detailed
![ State during the New Year in .1 Dies at Fort Myers bers racket. The chief said that reports OB Selected
32 $12.25-
ice evaporatedbefore 1 1I ,$S8.75-S24; yearlings Issues which
apparently believe
to pilots It means that a landing at Jacksonville gives them dry we are unusually
a .talk :yesterday to the Clearwater i I FORT MYERS The Rev. both had posted $500 bond and attractive at
hitting the ground. $20.75; 160 cows $1000-82050)( : 39 lAP I ) prevailing
and oil, hangars, mechanics, lighting, restaurant, I I
gas night
due prices.
Lions Club. .1.! were for trial Jan. 5.
steers $12.00-$22.00)( : 10 bulls $11- John B. Culpepper Jr. pastor of
paved runways, weather Information and a runway 70 hundred I Some street observers who'; Cooper was the first candidate $17.25: 25 heifers $15.50$19.25:11hogs : 8: the First Methodist Church here I
7.000] feet long. knew the stunt was being tried I to qualify in the May Democratic I
$14-$26. 'for the ;ast three and one-half years, died at noon yesterday
The colored issued the State Com- weather World War II i ALLEN CO.IX''ESTE
map was by Improvement yesterday, after perfect primaries. The from a heart ailment after a & .
mission yesterday designed to give all possible flight informationat spoiled chances for a white: veteran is editor of a DeLand I brief illness. He had served

a glance. Christmas last week, thought newspaper. I at Bunnell Jacksonville
Bright Future Seen For Growing pastorates "T8
that it had wo ked, so fast did : "Let us have economy by all Key West Okeechobee, 511 Metcalf
Leon Bldg. TeL 2-:772.y
the disappear as
means in areas of administrative I Tampa and Fort Pierce.
reached them. But he took no and I legal: overhead, which Persimmons In Central FloridaBy _
I credit, and Phillips was glad to
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 8 A. M.-11 P. M. call it a failure. ORMUND POWERS
I in our State, but let us ad- MODERN
i mit frankly that if we realizeour fOur Own Stoff Correspondent) I OR"L. Garland Cleaners
ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL BLOOD TESTS for Marriage need for expanded; programs ALTOONA-There is a real wealth in persimmons, and there is "L.

I and Health Cards. "24 Hour ; such as education, it ta a good future for persimmon growing" in Central Florida, Al o i .l and I
OPEN AIR R Service. going; ; to cost us more," said Weaver of Minneola told the mid-Winter meeting of the Florida I _'1
MARKET Clinical and Research Cooper. Grape Growers' Assn. here yesterday.

Laboratory "We must guard on the one i Grade "A" persimmons return him almost 20 cents each and are I Garland at Concord
1905 South Blossom Trail
Orange 108 E. Central Avenue Room 207 hand against empty promises of (readily sold, he said .Weavers
Central: Florida's most complete variety of fresh fruits and vegetables Phone 5841 ''has 1,500 persimmon trees at
no new taxes, and on the other 000 for research on cattle dis
' against those" who advocated new :Minneola. He and his wife and a eases. The University's College'
. ,taxes economic We helper do all of the work concerned of will
as panaceas. Agriculture soon be one
I must rebuild our entire tax struc- with production packing I of the best in the country, he WHITE WOMEN
.ture to attain the proper tax balances and shipping. said seclionizers
." I His best markets Weaver said. '

everin5minufesf1a.tlm ; -'.....1.. Bwl }}| kelp Cri..'M Kitfl- are populations.Loren cities with. fairly large Latin Demko Taylor of praised.Altoona Dr.presidentof Charles WANTED

Your Club the Florida Grape Growers
0 TodayORLANDO H. Stover of the Watermelon Assn., for his research in grape
Rotary Club. CofC Bldi. and Grape Investigation varieties. EARN WHILE YOU LEARN
12 IS pm CiviUn Club. Southland Rntaurint. __
USE AMAZING NEW'PASTRYBLENDARMOUR 12'15 pm. Seminole Encampment i Laboratory, Leesburg, told the Other speakers during the day
No. 13. lOOP Fraternal Bldg 8 p.m. Elks.Elks' meeting of revolutionary results
included County Agent R E.
AVON Lodge PARK R p: m.Rotary Club Jacaranda j obtained by the use of dithane Norris. Tavares; Karl Lehmann, Dr. Phillips Canning Company

Hotel. 12.15 pm. j as a spray for grapes. In 1947, secretary of the Lake County
BARTOW Rotary Club. Masonic T.mpl -
12 OS p: m i,he said a test plot sprayed with Chamber of Commerce; and Dr. 2113 N. ORANGE AVE., ORLANDO
DAYTONA BEACH: Kiwanls Club. Palmetto :dithane returned 1,048 pounds
Demko, who presided. Demon-
I Clubhouse. 15
LARD 12 p m.
EUSTIS: Kiwanis Ciub. Grand View Ho for $1,642 per acre at 20 cents strations in the field were given
tel. 12 IS Pm.KISSIMMEE. i pound. An unsprayed plot returned -
la Weaver
4 : USWV. 'J p m. by on persimmon graft-
.1 LEESBURQ. Rotary Club. Civic Center. ;I 480 pounds or $438 per ing, by Dr. Demko and Stover, R
12 IS pmSANFORD i acre at 20 cents a pound. EiJ T
: Klwanls Club. CofC. 12:10 on planting a young vineyard,
pmST I The per cent of culls in di- and H. P. Rentfrow, Altr na,
I CLOUD: Business M n'. Club. 8 p m. I thane sprayed grapes was 14 '
demonstrated pruning of young
WINTER PARK: Lions Club. CofC Bldf
630 p.m. I per cent, Jn unsprayed grapes and old plum, peach and pear
a TMKUM enl lit Htls Crippled. Kitft- 47 per cent. trees.

G. H. Blackmon, horticulturist ----
ist the Florida Experiment LOWER "If It's .ought

PAINT [Station reported that grape production COST LOANS R Time FLana We /'I7LyTJ

:: cy x vr. I in South Georgia has

Y. t WALL PAPER gone ahead lately, with the Installment

.f .planting of 2,000 acres of bunch Loan Dept 4th

: Hanes Paint Store (grapes in the past two years. Floor Elevator,
L Varieties planted include Con- Air Conditioned G
23 S. Main Phone SS77
N-'t I cord, Niagara, Freedonia, Dela- FIRST NATIONAL lANK

.. >"Ij(.. T .. ware and Ives. He said Georgia 1 Unbar.. Ftotral Dts..lt i.wa.ea eer.-Id v iefps
'"' yyr growers believe they have out-
First new pie crust recipe in years! DR. P. NAPIER (lets for grapes for juice and wine

If as easy as 1, 2,31! r- NERVE SPECIALIST as well as for sale as fresh fruit. The Fri Basket
The supervising inspector of
the State Department of Agriculture
1 mPastry-Blnd" Armour Star Lard gives you Complete X-ray Laboratory Phil S. Taylor, told the Navel Oranges

makes the flavor rich! flakier pie crust every time! a S31 Cathcart St. Phone X-OS7C I meeting at lunch that a large $(.00 per bushel

Measure 2 all-purpose Scant water makes more meat packing company has given U N. Orange Blossom Tr.. TeL *J7J
3 Florida $30-
then sift with 1 the University of
flour tsp. tender pie crustl Youdon't COLLEGE PARK -i I

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room temperature. at room temperature. Press with lard! For with amazing SHOE REPAIR SHOP CABBAGE ORANGES

makes dough together with knife. new "Pastry-Blend" Armour fin 5 and lie Store] [with roots]
9 Light handling Star Lard you mix all! pie Floyd Wheeler. Mgr.
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mixture with pastry blender tions. Roll out on lightlyeasier at room ttmptraturt. 5c 19c

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how this amazing newPastryBlend" vas. one
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: Lard blends crust-the tenderest, flakiest no refrigeration. Ask for

with flour almost instantly. pie crust you ever tasted! Armour. Star Lard-see the a
lard is difference "Pastry- .1' Daily we are receiving large shipments of garden fresh vegetables direct -
when amazing
Stop mixing cut *P.. -{ ..4* Armour Star Urd .
size of small Blend'to makes m your next from the Serve yourself and shop the modern way.
peas. :- _? !I. l-1b. J-Ib. 4-lb', cud $4800 grower.
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IIS. Page o Horning 0rnttnrl Wednesday Telephones, December: 4161 31 or,3-1681 1947 :Catawba, Marshall In Last Lengthy

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Buc ;, ;' /" " r'I I Rollins Tennis
Bowen Only Thundering Herd 1 1I

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1 ,, ,;: :. I Stars Out Of

d By BOB HAYES : Player Carried : I Holds Session Sugar Bowl PlayNEW

( Bought your Tangerine Bowl tickets yet?

If you haven't done so, and if you want to see a rip- ORLEANS [AP] First-

'-- snortin Catawba bit of football and Marshall rough-housing are two, small go buy college'em today.teamsas :On: Injury List Under Arc LightsMarshall Calif.seeded Gonzales, Ted and Schroeder Richard "Pancho"Glendale..

of Los Angeles, literally
: rough as you'd care to see. Their practice sessions I Coach Gordon [Chubby] Kirk. A I College's husky Thundering pulled their semi-final

down here have borne that out. land put his Catawba College In- jkx: Herd a seriousmindedband :matches out of the fire yesterday

Both teams have in their local drills worked hard-something dians through their final hard ,< ., ; of gridders who stampeded to qualify for today's champion
unusual for bowl teams who usually make the trip to pick up ; ship battle in the Sugar Bowl
practice-a three-hour dummy I II for 342 points during their regular : tennis
the blue chips and have a good time-and, brother, they hit hard '
There's plenty of good seats available, yet. Frankly there's I I scrimmage session-and pronounced I season plans a brief final' Seixas, of Philadelphia,...
a few too many good tickets left to do justice to such a promisinggame them ready to meet tune-up at 2 p.m. today to end came within two points of wt-*.
ning the in last fgftfi
match the of
and to such a rich cause as the crippled children who are Marshall College's Thundering work for their Tangerine Bowl
gruelling sets with Schroeder be-
the beneficiaries of the contest.So I Herd here tomorrow night in the 1H tussle with the Catawba Indians fore finally bowing to the more

go on down to the San Juan Hotel lobby buy yourselvesa second annual Tangerine Bowl tomorrow night | experienced Davis Cupper, 4-6.
fistful of tickets, celebrate tonight, recover from the party while game. $ 'le Coach Ray Straight, praising j 6-2 0-6. 6-4 7-5.

listening to the other bowl games tomorrow afternoon,.and then .Kirkland said Harold Bowen, the spirit of his squad, saId the Gonzalez, conqueror of seoondseeded '

come on out to the stadium tomorrow night and see a game justas 175-pound tailback triple threatace Herd would run through a brief I Gardnor Mulloy in
rehearsal of offensive the quarter finals was him
good as any you've heard during the day. his and defensive
the only player on
plans for the contest at self nearly the victim of an upset
32-man squad unable to go at full Harper-Shepherd Field to conclude I I as! he dropped the first two
Let' pick the winner in the Tangerine Bowl game: speed tomorrow night, but he practice for their initial. sets to unplaced Herbert "Bud

The Winner: Marshall strictly on a hunch and because they added that Bowen was "certainto bowl appearance. dy" Behrens National Junior
play in a little faster league. The score: Marshall 27, Catawba 21. action in where he ; Straight and Backfield Coach i champion from Rollins Collegeand
Now Catnviba, seems to have more finesse. They can really see spots .% Joe Pease! last night put the Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
can do us the most good. Bowen i. Big; Green through; an hour But the promising Westerner
that ball upfleld. as they demonstrated here last year in 'I
: ram lame knee
has a and a half of spirited work staved off the Behrens challenge
snowing under Marjrville, 31-6. under the lights.: I and got onto his own
But Marshall can go, too. They show plenty of spirit and love I The Indians demoted almost. The nocturnal session featureda game in time to rapture the

_i for football And their attitude is right. Despite the fact their I I all their Field drill to yesterday the polishing at Tinker of .. i. snappy signal drill and a brush- I next; three sets and the matchat

two regular ends are with their basketball squad they look like their tI'icksingle wingback & 4< up on individual skills. Tackle I 3-6,3-6,6-3, 6-3. 6-2.
k 5\ Ivan Henthorne worked on kick- I I The two seeded doubles combi-
the winner. repertoire of 1)las."I'd tr'
I offs, while Tailback Bob Hartley nations advanced to the finals by
However for you guys interested in comparing their records liked to have had just one hooted extra points and Backs 'I I winning a pair of matches apiece.
and making up your own minds, here's their past season records: :more day of work under a warm Bobby Wellman, Bill Young and Top-seeded Mulloy and Schroeder
.. MARSHALL CATAWBA I sun like we had this afternoon" Hartley took turns booming long beat Ernie Sutter and Billy We&
80 Steubens'ille e 44 82nd Airborne Dir. 0 he grinned as his perspiring punts. I I erfield and then eliminated Gardner
14 0 I quit the practice field. Blow of undetermined seriousness Larned of Rollins college and
33 Iorrbrad U Wofford charges ?'-= -" -'" 'i i &y.z.i;;; 'Aiif '-1?
'7 Eastern Ky 6 7 VMI 13 I "But we're in the groove," he to Marshall hopes for Harcourt Waters.Secondseeded .
:- :0 CaDilluA :5:1 High Point 0 chirped, "and Marshall will know FULLBACK LEE SPEARS, above, is the 185-pound BOYD [ACE] PARKER, above, 180- a victory over Catawba hit Irvin Dorfmanand

2.1 Ennn1l1e (I 41 Western Carolina 0 ( they've been in a ball game be- kicking and star of the smoothly-groomed pound Catawba bock, will probably their t'ampE'ltrrday when" I I Seixas scored a couple of
33 IndIana State Q 19 .-\J ppalachian 0 i fore the final whistle." running shoulder a considerable portion of the Fullback Marvin Wetzel. 195l wins over Rollins' Ricardo Bal--
39 St. Vincent fi 3ft };lon 0 ; Asked if Catawba would win Catawba Indians, who tangle with Marshall's pass-hurling duties for the Indians in rOund scoring ace and the na hiers and Enrique Buse and
'this year's Tangerine Bowl contest tion's third-high individual Behrens and Dick Mouledous.
4t Murray State Zt) 7 Presbyterian 0 ; .-
'7 Xarler lK 38 Xew berry 0 he quipped, "We won last Thundering Herd tomorrow night in the Tangerine the game tomorrow against the hard- scorer, turned up with a hern I -Taw...... .... $$S Clip CriMM. Kiat-_J,T'

<4. 33 Bradley 19 20 GuilfordLenoirIthyne 14 year, didn't we?" hitting Marshall Thundering Herd.
; Bowl Spears scored 67 points for the Indians, to pace ia.Straight Basketball Scores
'1 t 40 Morris! harvey 6 6 0 Kirkland reeled off a tentative I : I Parker understudies Harold Bowen, said Wetzel had been
I lineup for the game that stood up North State Conference scoring and rates as one of I ICotawba's j star Tribe back, who will see only part- fitted out with a special truss Wywnin SS, Hamlm 42 AM-Cc-ltoM
3U Totals 118 258; Totals 27 right alongside the beefy Mar I I and would play the game "al Taurnvy at Oklahoma, City).
greatest running backs. | time service because of a lame knee. MilMuri SI Burial' 50.
shall aggregation. I though we don't know how much Tulan 4', Oklahoma 32 (Suoar Bowl.
the iniurv will. affect his ner.I Mm 43, Georgia Teh 42 (All-Coll!*?.
Now for a quick i'un.oTer.ot some of the other bowl games by Catawba's starting line will I I formance." Hm U - Consolation,).

old Haphazard Hayes who doubtlessly will be bowled over tomorrow averaze; 197 pounds comparedwith 'Outstanding Boxer'But Cannot Get Fight! Texas Rated I I The line-smashing Big Green St.Arizona John(1,(Brooklyn St. Joieph' ) 4t(Philadelphia Utah 44. )) 57.

by his own ineptitude in selecting bowl winners: Marshall's 196 pound forward back, who cruised to 18 touch- I TCU SO,Consolations T.X.I TscIs).44 (Ft. Worth Invitational .
Orange Bowl: Georgia Tech [9-14)], a crew that likes football wall. The Tribe backfield LSU 12 Martin-Simmon 4t
PITTSBURGH [AP] Veteran ) Burley is married and has two downs in 10 of Marshall's 11 (Ft. WorthInvitational
too. will share Kansas ]. Score Tech 14 Kansas 7. averages 176 pounds! per man TD Winner Consolation).
(8.0.2) this worked in
II Middleweight Charley Burley, children. He admits to 11 yearsof games -ear. practice Ston Hall ST. Dartmouth SI.Wt .
Gator Bowl Georgia (7-4-0)], 21, Maryland [(7-2-1], 7. Wally four pounds less than the BigGreen's hearing :yesterday that the NBA 30 of life last night without obvious ,trn Msrv. C3. Connecticut 41.
Butts had Georgia going at the season's end and how that guy 180 pound average. I I still rates him an "outstanding ;! fighting and years Over Alabama I impairment.The .
can point for the game that counts! I Kirkland had in his tentative I boxer." pointed out wistfully' Ringworms here insist he's beenat tentative starting lineup Cavalcade

Sugar Bowl Texas L-10J 14, Alabama [8-24)] 13. One of the 'starting line Ends Art Claar. 170 ': that he works as a garbage collector both longer. NEW ORLEANS [AP] Alabamas listed by Straight after the drill of Sports
better games, with Texas an eye-lash the better. 'I and Paul Marklin. 190; Tackles to win decisions over the His record has been distinguished had Don Gibson, 180. and Jim Airs Bowl GamesFrom
Yaziello. 210. and M. L. wolf at his humble door. Crimson Tide and Texas'Orange Rockwell 180. at the flank posts:
Rose Bowl: Michigan ((9-J( ()] over Southern Cal [7-0-11], and Ray ; principally)' the fact
you name a score that appeals. Something like 35-7-that's. almost i Barnes. 210; Guards Les Gardner. "It's nice it's really nice that that as a pro he's been rated at Wave sweep into this city Charlie Snyder, 220, and John
what Notre Dame did-looks about right i;200, and Red Lambeth. 180, and they still think so much of me," or near the top of the welterweight today to keep a da'* in the Sugar McWhorter, 180. at tackles;
1 Center Ralnh \Wilson 220. remarked the dusky ring warrior Danny Clark, 195, and Claude
Cotton Bowl, : SMU [19-0-il] 10, Penn State [!9.0.01] 7. SMU played i ;; and middleweight divisions Bowl.
the schedule The probable opening Tribe : "but gee, I wish somebody e't"rrar and with the Miller 183, guards, and Bill
tougher and if Doak Walker it he'll
can run
over backfield: Tailback Bobby Gore, I would give me a chance to prove consistency! has been There was no change;; 'in the Whitehead. 225, center.
kick the field that same
goal coUnts I!I 165; Blocking Back Bill Greene I it in the ring. snubbed by the top drawer odds that fat or once-beaten Probable starting backfield
Cigar Bowl: West Chester's unbeaten eleven will snap Missouri i 190; Wingback Bill Speacht. 165 "The only bouts I can get; cauliflower set. Texas: to trim Alabama by six will be Wetzel, fullback; Bill
Valley's 30-game( win streak, simply because the Pennsyl--'and Fullback Lee Spears 185. i are against! that wolf at the I to eten |POints and thus keep Sang, 185, blocking back; Chuck
vanians play a rougher football than the Midwesterners. Score: door That guy; is always willing Burley can't remember the the record of Lone Star State Fieldson, 175 wingback, and
; West Chester 27, Missouri Valley 6. Catanba will breeze through:; to fight me and l'\e had a exact date of his last bout but teams in the Sugar Boast in Hartley a 165-pounder at tail-
Delta Bowl: Mississippi [8--0)] 20, TCU [4-J-2] 13. Wild ame i" a final .)rr-amp at 2 p.m. to- tough time outpointing him in when he was hoping to get into tact. back.
there, but who ran go against Connerly and Poole? day at Tinker Field, with Kirk the la..trar.. I don't know the championship flight he tried Texas arrives this morningand -T .HTiM Bwl tit Hill Cni..... Kids-
There's a mess more bowls, but that's enough. land scheduling' only a light I how I'd have managed if Ihadn't everything from welters to heavies will hold its last workout at \ #
Ross Wins Junior
30-minute session.! for size. He still weighs only _
hooked on as a helper Tulane in the afternoon. Ala
"We've had four days of scrimmage on a city garbage truck last 156. He's never been knockedout $1t I
Tangerine Bowl Tid-Blls Chuck bama, which has been trainingat
: Fieldson! Marshall's
starting Crown In
and bus defeats few and far Singles I
wingback, had brother who a long trip he explained I June-and that's only on a and are Biloxi. Miss, also will arrive
a was killed playing high school foot- l. "and all we'll do in our basis. between on his long record.
i part-time
ball. Paul early and hold a short drill at
Caldwell, Catawba publicity chieftain, personally last drill is unravel the kinks and Jacksonville Meet .
showed last year's Tangerine Bowl movies to 79 groups in eight run through our plays. I don'twant the same place. -
States. The coaches showed 'em, too. . Sports Editor Fred to get the boys too tired." Lujack Selected I The Tide and Longhorns are JACKSONVILLE (lAP] Top- Miami, New Orleans and
: SMIL Penn State due to hit the playing gridironat seeded John. Ross of Jacksonville
Burns of the
Huntington Va., arrived .. . .
Herald-Dispatch last | -T.i. .1 |S> Help Crlp M Kill- in San Francisco, Gillette's Caval-
1:45: p.m. [ICSTJ] Thursday yesterday won the junior singles
night to the . ,
cover game. Sports Editor Scoop of the cade of broadcasts Orange
McCrary For Camp Trophy their best shape. championship in the 32d annual ,I Sports the
Salisbury, N. C., Post arrived Monday. . So did Moses Crotch- Darkhorses Crop It's a couple of teams bulgingwith Florida Public Courts Tennis Bowl, Sugar Bowl and E..st-:::
field of the Greensboro N. c., News sports staff. . Gordon WASHINGTON [LAP ] The Work bowl veterans that clash in Tournament. The Jacksonville I I West football games for your entertainment
dwell will be "working press" tomorrow, filing for INS while Up In Georgia, Washington Touchdown Club End Heavy the New Year's day feature. Combined star defeated Lamed Munoz, a I I New Year's Day.

his cohort, Freddie Crews, will be filing for United Press. . Associated picked Johnny Lujack of Notre squads total 83 players and fellow townsman ranked second In the Orange Bowl, Georgia

Press is taking the full treatment and 350 words on the Maryland Camps > Dame :yesterday to receive its 1:I DALLAS. Tex. AP) Southern 42 of them have appeared in postseason in the junior division play, 4-6, I I Tech meets Kansas U. Both are
game. . Marshall College's basketball team There 21 I strong, offensive teams with fast
now at Los Angeles, \ Memorial : classics. are 6-4,6-a I I
Trophyas and
[UP] Some Camp Methodist University
has leased a Western Union wire to bring them a play-by-play of members of the Texas squad who Two other titles were determined ,backs. This should be a bang-up
the game. . Bobby Wellman, 150-pound passing and kicking. powerful.passing-not dazzingly from the accurate of the outstanding college foot- Penn State football teams yes- have participated in the Cotton during the day and the I I wide-open game. Red Barber reports -
star for Marshall, a sophomore, didn't come out for the Big Green j Rauch arm ball player of the year. terday went through their last Bowl.1 Alabama has 20 who have men's singles ranks were cut i, over CBS and Station
eleven until after their third game this season. . : a possible-dark yesterday horse repealed re--I Lujack will receive the award hard workout prior to a Cotton appeared in the Orange, Sugar or I to two for the 1947 championship \VDBO [dial 5SOJ] at 1:45.:
I:I inforcement for fiporpia's: aerial: : along with these others: Charlie here New Year's Rose Bowls-or all three.Ta'isris. round in that division. i At the Sugar Bowl, it's Ala-
I ati k-ag.a si- inG 1: Bednarik, Pennsylvania, center, I B..l Itt H.I. Crippld kids- I Bruce Thomas and Gus Pee-:, bama vs. Texas, with two great
West Chester Maryland the Knute Rockne Trophy as Day.Penn ples, top-ranked doubles team backs pitted in what may be
Missouri : tor Bowl clash here New Year'sI stressed I
State again
Valley line- pass
the outstanding collegiate i
St. James Forsakes defeated Claude Luke and Cal- I one of the season's biggest pass-
defense in morning practice I
I Day.Coach man; Lou Gambino Maryland ; a houn Dickson, both of Tampa, in ; ing-and-running: duels. Harry
Hold Final Scrimmage Sessions Wallace Butts hinted 'i'back outstanding collegiate and worked on running offensein 'i finals of the doubles play, 6-0 Wismer reports over ABC and
that, should the afternoon 'drill.
I I practice-drill wear I player in Washington area CFC Basketball Play 6-1. Station WHOO [dial 990J at 230.
TAMPA [IAP1] Scrimmage sessions ended yesterday and the and tear pull loose the healing I i and Sammy Baugh Washington I Southern Methodist went Top-seeded Faith McLaughlinof i!, The East-West game brings to-
shoulder Ranch in the fairly stiff practice,
two Cigar Bowl football foes are "as ready 1 I Redskins outstanding profes'sionaL through a basketballerswill Jacksonville had to three galaxy of collegiate -
J as they'll ever be" game with Georgia Tech, he's with a long kicking workout in St. James High's go :gether splendid
for their New Year's Day game here. forsake Central Florida Con- I sets to win the women's single stars whose battle to up-
West found a sophomore so good the rlr. B.wl lit N.Ip Crl..l'4' Kids- II cluded.
Chester [IPa.1] State Teachers College gridders had the difference might not be no Ti'po John Potsklan, end and co- i i ference play this season in favor i championship from Franke Clark hold sectional prestige promisesto
rough .work .yesterday in a line scrimmage, with the squad also ticed. captain for Penn State, was stilla of an informal hoop program of Jacksonville Beach, &6, 4-6- be one of the high spots of the
going tnrougn dummy offensiveand I The hero of this possible surprise TCU Coach Pulls doubtful starter. He is confined Ed Jones, St James coach said 63.Thomas :day. Ernie Smith reports over
defensive maneuvers. Missouri , veloped gradually throughout the for fans is Ray Prosperi, to quarters with severe chest I yesterday.Lack advanced to the finalsin MBS and Station WLOF (dial
: Valley previously ended session and, he feels, now are in !, 183-pound quarterback, whose pains. of a suitable gym prompted the men's division by elimi- T230J at 4:45.:
-contact work and yesterday their best condition. latent toss-control agility didn'tI i Out Crying Towel; I TiMViM ...' .'. Htl* Crl...U* Kids- the switch. Jones added. The nating John Dennis of St. Peters- 1!, Plan to be at your radio and
limited Its workout to dummy Missouri Valley Coach Vol .ey I show itself fully until the Bulldogs I Panthers, with three pre-holiday burg, 6-4, 6-1, in one semi-finals enjoy the excitement
scrimmage along with the regular -, Ashford said his 37 players are I dug in here for Thursday's Rebels Outweighed : Site Of National practice sessions on the St. match while Calhoun Dickson. of And remember,
limbering up. in good condition with the pos- event. i James outdoor clay court under I Tampa unranked in current play, LOOK iIIittf
Glenn Killinger, coach of the sible exception of second-string: i: Texas Loop's Formation I their belts, will resume drills was defeating Norman Copelandof men
west Chester Rams, pronounced guard Earl Baker, who suffereda I John A. Baroni Maryland half- MEMPHIS. Tenn. [APJ] I next week at a yet unknown site. Rollins College and Daytona sharp! FEEL s
his 32-man squad In perfect leg injury in the boys Ranch : back, showed a spurt of extra Christian's 44-man football squad Closed PermanentlyLOUISVILLE I St James will book several I II| Beach, 6-2, 6-1. sharp Gillette! BE .harp Blue! I
physical shape and expressed Bowl game Dec. 13. Baker probably running zeal at the Terrapin's pulled into town under cloudy!I contests with CFC teams, local I Thomas, seeded No.1 in sin Use s- '
satisfaction at the progress made will see some action, however 'final drill yesterday for the New skies yesterday for its Delta j Ky. [AP] The Class B amateur arrays and ;gles competition, and Dickson Blades with the
by the players, especially the the injury having responded Year's Day Gator Bowl bout with Bowl with Mississippi I birthplace of the National Base- YMCA units. Twelve aspirants i! will meet for the men's title- aharpest edges .
,freshman aspirants who have de- well to treatmentMAGAZINES Georgia. game Dutch' ball League-Al Kolb's little oyster -, attended the Panthers' early today. ever honed! I
The 6 foot 1 inch sophomoredidn't Thursday and Coach house and tavern was workquts and more are expected !;i Tutma. abS ttt Mdf Cri...M. Kis-
INVESTIGATE BEFORE YOU BUY! I get much chance to show Meyer promptly pulled out his! closed permanentlyesterday.. when school reopens. !!

I f his ball-carrying power this sea crying toweL I Baseball authorities here saidit Some of the leading candidates !
son but zippy drill action has He said the Horned Frogs was in a backroom of Kolb's for starting assignments: Dean'' A NEW SERVICE..for
I TO SUIT ALL TASTES I likely won him a spot in Thurs. played three games In the rain place that the first organization Weech, Jim Eusey, Jim Vickers, I
I Over 600 to Choose From day's game, according to Coach I this year and "we certainly meeting of the National Leaguewas ,I Ted Laughlin, lack Callanan I Plymouth and DeSoto Owners
I Brown's Cigar & News Store I Jim Tatum. The Terrapins are weren't anywhere near our held in December 1875. Base !, Don Ludeke, Laurel Rice and
Awnt shucking their uniforms until best." And, Meyer added, "The ball historians agree the first Joe Ryals. Ouicker Efficient Convenient
A HOME-TOWN TRANSACTIONl! N. Grime Ph. SHJThere's I Thursday after yesterday's light weather doesn't seem to mean I such meeting was held in Lou- s-e-- -......
drilL a thing" to Mississippi's. Chunk- isville.
r-" | -Tu. riM B wl W M,;. CriwM. Ki* in' Charlie Conerly. Kolb's place operating contin-

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Michigan! Texas Kansas, Georgia Favqre :

Wednesday, December 31, 1947 Telephones: 4161 or 3-1681 rlanin fSnrntan fyrntinrl Page]i

Ole Miss W&M: Fritz Crisler I - :-

Football's ManOfTheYear Orlando RompsOn Gilmer WillingTo Entries For CFKC All-Breed Doi

. i Penn State Also II ---For Play$100,000 Pro Ball Show, Close At Noon This Friday!

LeesburgFor Immediate action is necessary if Orange County dog owners art!

DES MOINES [API Fritz Cris BILOXI Miss. [t'PJ] Harry to enter their canine pets in the Central Florida Kennel Cubs aB-|

To WinNEW ler, coach of Michigan's uncon- Gilmer Alabama's scintillating breed dog show. entries for which close Friday noon. -

:- : Expected quered Rose Bowl team, is foot passer announced yesterdaythat Because of the New Year holiday tomorrow, local show of._ _ _
g ; 42-18 WinOrlando he can be had by a well- mail their entries!
I ball's man of the year for 1917. heeled foothill ficials last night urged local dog- enthusiasts to

YORK [EAPI] Michiganwill Selection of the Wolverine team for professional from outside Orange County. .,
a price-specifically
beat Southern California by coach by the Football Writers $100000 for five to the show superintendent immediately ing the fact that no tra:-'-'g or!
,,17 points, Texas will outrun Ala High School won its revealed years.Gilmer that he had if they are to have I preparation is necessary t j "'w

bama and Mississippi will throwat Association of America was an- second victory of the current already talked with their dogs entered before the local dogs in the event s"dat;
least 25 passes against Texas nounced yesterday by Bert Mc- George final deadline. I Mra
I basketball season last night, Preston Marshall all dogs entered from :
Christian in New Year's Day of the :
Grane secretary organ- '"" will t.g"wJls\
trouncing an out-classed Lees- owner of! Although the show I fo not County compete
''I football the games.if the they teams compiled maintain ization, following the final vote burg quintet, 42-18 before a small of the Wash- until Jan. I5-lf ao entries may !each other.

during the averages 1947 season. of the association's membership. 'gathering at the high school gym- ton Redskins be accepted after the closing Dogs do not have to be

I Relative statistics mean little Crisler polled 75 votes, seven nasium. of the National5.Football ..- ,c Friday noon. Edgar; : A. :Moss registered with the American

but those who are interested in more than Lynn Waldorf, Uni--' Cpach Sam Porter's Tiger cag-- 4 : who will superintend the event Kennel Club to be entered in

figures can draw some definite versity of California coach. ers scored early and often in the League."I will arrive In this city from the show. The only requirements -

comparisons between the various Matty Bell. opening stages of the battle to'' told Marshall Greensboro. X..G. tomorrow to for entering a dog is that

s bowl opponents from the records I whose Southern "' pile up an 18-1 lead at the end I would,!J; assist in closing the entries. the animal be at least six

that earned their invitations. Methodist team ... of the first period and didn't sign for $20OOC Moss' will maintain headquarters months of age!; and be pure

These records, presented by I will, appear in allow the visiting Yellow Jacketsa a year if he Friday at Hotel Angebilt.; bred. Mongrels will not be per-
the Cotton field goat until Al Richardson would give mea and will receive local entries at mitted to enter.
the Xational Collegiate; Athletic I ,
found the range midway throughthe five-year con-' that time.
Bowl, finished I I ; |
_. . Bureau indicate that the third with 3f| third quarter. i tract and hc| _ _ Entries for the obedience
Local entries have been ,
outcome of the seven biggestpostseason slowly *
; i two! The Tigers It"d. 30-4 at half nearly threw EJ .. I trials. to be held in con'unc on
votes .g
classics will be: ahead of Dr time and then cooled off as : fit." Gilmer received to date but club officials with the show also will close Friday -
i Michigan over Southern California [ the Orlando : Gilmer believe that a last minute ]I whh has
I & Porter emptied j. noon. Any dog j
Karl Leib of the
Bowl Pasa-
in the Rose at said.Washington rush of Orange
: County dog entries -
University of! bench of substitutes. has the first [: had any training whats 'er in
dena, Calif. I With Earle Dukes in the lead.Orlando's crack at Gilmer in the National will swell the total number ,. obedience work can be entered I? ,
j Texas over Alabama in the Sugar Iowa presidentof of dogs to the 400 mark. It is expected i I I.
} the National! scoring was League and the Brooklyn these trials. Time of the trials:
Bowl New Orleans La.
at ,
that this show will
Collegiate Ath- among four players. Dukes pour- entry drafted him for possible year's 'will be set as soon as entries ]

i t ( c. Penn State over Cotton Southern Bowl letic Assn ed five neat, looping overhead All-America Conferenceplay. have the largest entry in history. -close.
Methodist in the at
Frank Leahy of Crisler shots through the hoops to total Gilmer said he had Each entry blank of an Orange 1 Entry blanks for both the all-

Dallas, Texas. Tech in Notre Dame was fifth with 31 10 points and take the evening's rather play for Washington County dog should indicate that ': breed show and the o': ::.e- 'e
Kansas Georgia
over votes. scoring honors. Jerry Cloud and because the Redskins used the the dog is to be shown in the I i trials may be obtained from the
Bowl at Miami Fla.
the Orange wee Donnie Dyer accounted for the local classes. These classes will Bowstead Camera
&il Mississippi over Texas Chris- Crisler will be awarded a plaque T-formation 'which gives Shop on
r tian in the Delta Bowl at Mem- 'I and possession of the football six each whil John Bamberg passer more protection.In I be open to all dogs owned by I Orange Ave.. local veterinary

phis, Tenn. writers' trophy for one year. I racked up four as did George I his four-year; career at I Orange County residents, and by hospitals. and from all members j

Georgia over Maryland in the Previous winners of,the award: ) Reed. I Alabama Gilmer has played in members of the Central Florida of the Central Florida Kennel!

''Gator Bowl at Jacksonville Fla. 1942-Comdr. Tom Hamilton. I But two of Reed's points cameas the Notre Dame shift and taken Kennel Club. In these classes it I i Club. Entries should be ire:Jed I

William and Mary over Arkansas U.S. Navy. i a personal gift to the Jack- an unmerciful beating is not necessary to compete ''to Edgar A. Moss at Hotel

.' in the Dixie Bowl at Birmingham 1943-Amos Alonzo Stagg, Col- ets. Coming out of a scramble many an afferjioon by onrushing against dogs brought to the show Angebilt so that thev w Il: reach: ]

w.' .A lege of Pacific. underneath the visiting basket. linemen. Show officials also are stress his office before Friday nocn.

f .Y. ..". ... .... ..-. Since,each Ala. team's performancewas 19.H-Maj. John L. Griffith i, Reed flipped in a perfect pivot Steve Owen coach of the
shot to give Lceshurg an addi New York Giants of the Na-
YOUNGSTERS such this cheerful reacquiring Western Conference.
CRIPPLED as youngster recorded different
.)J',. the ability to walk, will get all the net proceeds derived opposition generally the from bureau's wide- lin 1945 Indians.-Alvin N. [Bo] McMil- :I tional Orlando pair travels of points.to Tampa Fri- toinal mer in League action will against watch Texas Gil- ChaoDius To Be Readv Thursdavll

ly separated sectors
from the second annual Tangerine Bowl game between for Big Ten Conference
day - - --
hints not recommended 1946 William S. Coffman | a i Thursdav. If neither Washington -I- I----- -- ,
helpful are -
Marshall and Catawba here tomorrow night. This young man for those who prefer to back manager E a s t-West ShrineI I session with Hillsborough.LEESBURG nor Brooklyn meets his PASADENA, Cat [EUPI] The' At Santa Barbara Coach.

is one of 67 crippled children at the Harry-Anna Home for game. terms it is believed Gilmer will
their hunches with cash. I (18) I ORLANDO (42) Michigan Wolverines went Jeff Cravath
Crippled Children at Umatilla, an Elks-supported institution. Additionally, some teams have I -T.m. .riM Bnrl $Ss Help. CrlipM. Kifc- fg ft til f 9 55(1Biackmon.T I wind up with the Giants since through their next to last work- emphasized speedin
I 1 0 2 Cloud f 306Bosanqnrt Owen once said "If I had him, a light drill in which the
Plenty of good tickets are on sale yet in the San Juan Hotel been weakened by illness or in- J Oil Dukts.f' 5 010 out yesterday without the serv-
Houston 000 Brambert.f 2 O 4 I I I'd fine every player in the Southern California Trojans
jury to key operators while others ices of their passing ace. Bob
lobby. f"eo Roberts t O 0 01 I Stevens. 022Burdorff.c for worked returns. He
j lineup not protecting him on punt
have been strengthened by S'W 113 Lyon 102 Chappt/Js. but Coach Herbert O.
t - if he so much as got his uniform had both backs and linemen
dgett.c 000 Buhard 000Coston
of erstwhile
the return cripples.But : I (Fritz] Crysler was confident
0 2 2F1owi.c 113 : the field in formationin
for what it's worth the I I dirty. his star halfback would be ready race up
Lang f 0 0 Simms.c' 102
; Martin Lists 'Mosfest Of Everything' regular season statistics show Richardson 2 0 4 R, d.c 2 0 4 1 -TmteriM Bid <$$ Hel* Crt,.le* kids: I for the Rose Bowl game. the speed drill.
2 4
that Michigan averaged 412.7 Ci odoi 1 Fra Rossc: nClScO,1 OilDjerv 102 Chappms remained behind at The Trojans appeared In the j

In Sporting World Circles For 1947 yards per game, compared withan 8'O 306Conley 102 Kansas Tech I the team's hotel headquarters receiving peak of condition and their mental
| t
average gain of 295.6 yards 7'I-I ---I j --- heat treatments for a attitude toward the game ]
for Southern Cal. Each team Totals I 6x18 Totals 29( 4x44 pulled muscle in his thigh. The pleased Cravath who has remind -
I, WHITNEY MARTIN played nine with the Wolverines x-Reed. Orlando. scored basket In ;58,700 Bowl black-haired All-American suf them constantly that the
NEW YORK [API} Getting the most, and the best, out of thefading games Leesburi coalHalftime
I .
chalking up 154 first score: Orlando 30: Leecbnrc 4. fered the injury during practice slightest mistake will be cap ]
yean downs and scoring 345 points 'hewsBy free throws missed: Blac"mon-houston Monday. talized upon by Michigan.Boys'
3. Roberts. Burdorff 4. Lang. Rlch.rdson.St..ns ;
Most bewildered-Leo Durocher, when he heard he had been I against the Trojans' 135 first I Sinus Francisco Ross 4. Dukes.. 'Seats Ready

} suspended for the season by Com. Happy Chandler. downs and 193 points. HAROLD ESCH Bamberc I 1

.. Most true to form-the Notre Dame football team. Michigan's around attack accounted LAWN Chioda Personal 4. Burdorff.fouls Houston Blackmon.4.Bosanquet.Roberts. MIAMI\ [UP] Georgia Tech. Council Approves i Club Drops Ring

Biggest disappointment Joe<< -for 238.8 yards per game I Ii BOWLING . Draw I Dukes 2. Bambrr 3. Stevens. Lyon 2. Flow- ,; Kansas and all 58.700 seats in the
I for the round Sessions for
robin sretinnr I ers. Sunms 4. Francisco. Ross. Reed Dyer. new double-decked stadium were Today
Louis during and after his battle the washed- i an average of 5.01 yards on each Officials Boell and Davis. Boxing Regulations
Quinn supposedly :
with Jersey Joe Walcott. while SouthernCal Orlando teams to play locally for : f pronounced ready yesterday ; i Because of the holiday no box-
up first baseman who with nowhere I running play, the TwicriM. B.wl tit N.Jp l Crii.M( . Ktfe-
Leonard ,
Biggest over-all thrill the asked for trial averaged 1.8.6'yards per Denny Trophy was I I Thursday's display of the 1948 : City Council yesterday approved ing instructional period for Orlando
to go, : a
completed late yesterday after- Orange Bowl football classic. Club members will
World SerteLqBiggest with the Yankees and woundup I game on the ground and 3.87 per i an eight-page set of rules i Boys'
noon. Two sections of four teams : Bears Release I Numbering of the additionalI be held today, according to an
upset-the defeat of playing a fine season for: the 1 1champions. rush. ;and regulations for the Boxing
each will the round robin seats, construction of what announcement by Jim Harrell
open proved
they averaged only I Commission and
Army by Colombia snapping Although asked City Atty.
I event on Friday afternoon. Each 1 a greater problem than selecting OBC boxing instructor The next j
the Cadets' string of defeat. 117 yards per game in the air 56.9less I Slate Campbell Thornal to draw up an ,
leu Poorest timing Larry Mac- than Michigan the Trojans trebles rink will play three Training i the contestants' was com- ordinance increasing the COmmission -I such session Is slated Wednesday -
_. games. Phall's announcement of his retirement -I I 93 of 179 while games In the section.I 1 I pleted as the two teams ran I Jan. 7, at Davis Armory,
Most spectacular All Glon- completed passes [Special to Orion-.o Mcr ry Sentinel) from three to five members -
which partially stole the Wolverines threw 153 for- H. Meredith, Dr. J. K. Miller through-light next-to-last workouts
t friddo's catch of Joe DiMaggio's I HAINES CITY- The ?yewark I giving it authority to
prodigious wallop In the World the: show from his Yankees, who I wards and connected on 77. and Oscar Bauwens play Dallas Bears today anno' d a 21-game in preparation for the postseason enforce the regulations.
had just won the world title. Berry C. F. Rhodes Tangerine BowlInformation
I and Dr. G. game.
Series. I
Texas and Alabama including .
played < lie. .
Most disappointed-the British W. Hobby while T. C. Reed John I Spring ining Today both Kansas and Tech -TMHTlM Btwl til Help CrlfiM Kilt-
Longest longshot to come
10 games. Texas scored 265 three asMjri; :ts against
through-Lew Worsham In winning Ryder Cup team which was con- I Stevens and Dr. B. R. Wilbur I I will test their cleats on the Orange Some kinds of sponges have
149 first
fident it could make a great points registered: I play Everett major league clu'The Bowl turf for the first been taken from bottoms
the National Open. downs and averaged 324.3 Gibson Carl Bourne Hear .. be host at ocean H.r.'. Tanwrln .... ticket isles
Most pathetic figure-Vic Lom- showing against the Americans I and W. E. Ball In Section 1. I time in a final warm-up before three miles deep, although most information:
and wound up winning only one : yards per: game 210.7 of themon their park b' If" the Boston their: Xew Year's Day live in shallow water. Gems, .:IS P.m.. ...". I. 1S4*.
bard, the Dodger pitcher. as he the with sponges Stadium Mat: M-20 U.M 12.40 and
match. ground.labama., In the other section George I ra'esIa""" and to the
. .
to the after the meeting. SI SO. (ine'udmi a. )
trudged dugout Most futile-the defense the opposing -j 203 points and 132 first downs Spencer, Guy Srodes and Bill I world's rhampion Yankees The JayhawKs got a spiritualshot End rano Mats: U9 (inchjdn taJ
Yankees aided by some comic | averaged %:)9.3 yards per: game; Thayer is listed TiCket talc.
Dodger fielding had necessitated teams fixed up for Ted I : play George Doxsee April Washington in the arm yesterday when Mail order: Secretary. Elks Club. 40*
i opera his removal from the Williams, with the elongated Red including 194.8 by rushing. Walter: Becker and John Mc- April 6 in Orlando. Three or the Kansas band and 100 rooters I WE HAVE t. Central A...-. Orlando.Locah .

box Sox slugger leading the league in With Bobby Layne doing most Daniel and J. Hanna G. E.Cormvell four more games will be added. rolled in by train and staged a Clear Lobbr.Shc San. Dixie Juan Package Hotel Store William

Most unpopular-r-the decisionIn just about everything. regard- of the throwing, the Longhorns and It. C. Nicholsonwill Training starts March 8 when I big parade and pep rally down- COLORED MOVIE or Jack Hollowly-

the Louis-Walcott bout givingthe less.Greatest completed 73 of 134 passes for a play J. Ij. Ksch, Stewart pitchers and catchers report town. I. Winter Station Garden*) Henry Brttt's Service

victory to the champion aft improvement In major percentage of .545 while Alabamaand like and H. E.;("h. Otner players will begin work : Both mentors said their teams FILM _ Winter r..kS, 0'.....'* Pharmacy.

,er he had been knocked down league clubs the Cincinnati Harry Gilmer completed 61 The two winners from each I March 12. The squad breads were in fine fettle and ready toI Alto .at any Elk Ledge w CentralFlorida.

twice by the ageless Jersey Joe. Reds and New York Giants. of 104 a percentage of .587. section will play against St Petersburg camp April 10. I shoot the works for a victory. I
Shrewdest operator Branch The statistics indicated that i - -
Luckiest ball player Bobo bowlers for the Denny
Penn State will do the The schedule:
hands down.
Newsom, who wound up with Rickey, running I II Trophy on Orlando courts Friday March Pitchers' and catchers: report -
Most stubborn the National and Southern Methodist the .L----
I 12-Balance of squad reports
the Yankees intime to get a Jan. 16. All will
par- ,
games con 21-Kansas City aH.1Des City
Football in in the Cotton Bowl
League refusing to passing fraySIn
tial World Series cut. I' sist of 18 ends and contests will 23-Syracuse at Halnes City -ILi- .
"How d' do" All nine Penn State scored -
say even to the games, Minneapolia at Sanford _
Best comeback-George Sic- be the East Court.
played on 23: Boston Braves at Names City28Kansas
American Conference,which now 319 points, made 132 first downs
City at Lake Waits28S
from the St.
can't be successfully ignored. and gained 363.9 yards per game. yrscu so at Plant City
has not been received as to 29-Kansas City at Haines City
CENTURY OIL BURNERSAND Most of it on the ground whereas
thrilling Instant
30-Syracuse at Halnes City
their plan for selecting their
Cookie Laragetto hitting the SMU scored only 169 points and rep- 2-Syracuse at Plant City
resentatives. With a large membership April Minneapolis at Baines City
made 117 first downs in 10
double in the ninth games
inning to
there and the fact that
ruin Floyd Bevens no-hit no- during which it averaged 254.6 Louisville at Bradenton
162.4 the tournament will be completed 4-Kansas City at Lake Wales
MAX T. RICHARDS yards Including by run-
run ,
game. S-New York Yankees at Haines
will havea
ning. in one day they
-SInn 15281514 City
N. ORANGE PHONE 1-1383 Most cautious-Frank Leahy, On the other hand Southern heavily loaded squad to compete Washlntton at Orlando
who wouldn't admit his Notre Louisville at Haloes City10Break
for the honor.
Methodist fired 135
passes completing -
Dame footballers would win if
Members have been Norfolk. Va.
75 of them while Penn requestedto at
they were allowed to enter a 12-Binshamton at Edenton; N. C.
Finest Line ofCIGARSPIPES State only tried 79 forwards and sign up for the Major Charles 13.-Norfolk at Hertford. N. C.
game with brass knuckles as made only 33 of them good. Marsh Trophy to be played in 14-Roanoke Rapids at Roanoke -.4'

LIGHTERS standard equipmentMost that The figures say the Orange ML\ Dora. From those signatures IS--En Rapids.route N.to C.Newark scr; our abe ______
gratifying victory
Bowl tussle will be a close one. willing to go the bowlers will 16-Arrive Newark. :
Cigars Discount by the Box of John Kelly Jr., in the Diamond 17-Jersey City at Newark
-Il Kansas averaged 336.6 yards pergame elect by ballot nine players to 18-Jersey City at Jersey City ;
Sculls after his dad had been
Brown's Cigar & News Store refused and made 290 points and represent Orlando. This is another 22-Openlnc tame of Internationa
permission to compete at League season. ____
.. N. Oruie Phone UZ3 ,143 first downs. Georgia Tech I tournament that Is ached
one time because he "worked -
TutviM B.wl SIS Hole CrlpiM Hi -
with his hands." averaged 335.5 while collecting uled to be run off in a single day alice O qualitY

Most ,220 points and 131 first downs. The "Polls" will be open for Pirates Add _ _
disillusioned Jack
; Davenport
Best Trailer Shop Kramer who found the pro Each team played 10 games. I voting on Saturday Jan. 10, and :

tennis game just a little tougher Mississippi threw 256 passesin all interested bowlers are urged Club To Farm System :
EXPERT REPAIRING : than the amateur. With all 10 games and William and Ito, "Vote As You Please But' 1 PITTSBURGH [lAP J Purchaseof
2225 \V. WashingtonDial that gold, he didn't glitter. Mary hurled 180. indicatingthat ; Vote. the Davenport, Iowa, club in

: 6894 Most persevering the guy Texas Christian and Arkansas I the Three-Eye League was announced _

tOm WUter Garde Roads who reads this through to the I can look for plenty of and more first downs than Mary'land yesterday by the Pittsburgh k11' at1 genfltflC 50 _
aerial bombardment in their I :
final period. i but the Terrapins had the Pirates. The Class B Dav eral

r encounters. best gain 312.2 yards to, farm club O1 -
average : enport formerly was C '
scored 7O the
Georgia mere points I 5 a p

EVERYTHING FOR THE BUILDER _________ 2992.Although the Athletic Bureau,L owned by the Chicago Cubs. Another ; .
Class B club, Selma, Ala.,
; offers no comparative figures,, recently was sold by the Pirates : :i bourou J _
I other New Year's Day struggles: to the Cubs. _
include the annual East-West All-

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as Tech vs. Miami (Ohio] in thE % dt1Lae iiaI- i
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time and Minor the
periods II
Valley in the Cigar Bowl]
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V, The Women !t tr 1 I ';' I II Pi Beta Phi I I I torand about 'nJwcThUET' I Nuptials Held To Continue On New. Year's

r J I - - -- -
There will be no New Year's i toria Regina and There's Always
[jTeenAgersNeed i Has Party i In GeorgiaMr. holiday for Leo G. Carroll and !Juliet

[] and Mrs. J. W. Smith of | cast as they will rehearse Angel | Miss Winifred Gwyn-J effreys.

/ Expert For OfficerA Winter Garden are announcing i Street twice- each today and to- who appeared successfully!; in

coffee honoring Mrs. FloydH. By KITTY HENRY Society Editor |' the marriage of their daughter,! morrow.With only eight days remain-. There's Always: Juliet and The
}Parental CareI '! Mildred. to Pat W. Land of I! i Finger of Fate'will the
Carson of Pittsburg, Pa., son in play partof
AN ATTRACTIVE VISITOR here is Kathleen Boyd, daughter of ing which to polish lines be- .
grand of Pi Beta Phi Mrs. Mae Land of this city, which I Elizabeth the
secretary fore the curtain rises at Annie housekeeper.
RUTH MILLETT Mr. and Mrs. Horace Boyd Wenatchee, Wash. Kathleen is the
took place Friday Dec. 26 hi !
fraternity, was given yesterday '
holiday house of her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Russell Theater next Thursday'night Lydia Dorsett associated for
Several mothers of girls in morning at the home of Mrs. guest Waycross. Ga. 'i '
the several
'high school were worrying out William N. Ellis on Lake Sue. Wright, of 2017 E. Washington ''. The wedding was solemnized !i and screen star distinguished will continue stage his land Playhouse years with the actress Cleve-
as an ,
Actives and of St A senior Wesleyan Con ' :J at the First Baptist Church in''I
alumnae pledges
had heard two-a-day rehearsal will
loud over stories they plan right appear as Nancy, a cockney
the fraternity were hostesses for servatory in Macon Ga., she is ' ':, "Waycross by the Rev. Walter I to opening night. maid
pf high school kids drinking and the occasion. majoring fashion art .. Moore. I'up
/ Angel Street will be presented i I
having unchaperoned parties. With the honoree were the o o o jk The bride wore an aqua wool at the Rollins theater Jan. 8,9,10 ., Watch-Night Service

They all hoped their daughters Mmes. Nelson C. Huber Jr.Terry THIS PAST WEEKEND saw gabardine suit with white ac-) and 12, with matinee performances -
w reCl't (a on any sacft business... a: f&ttersan, John L. Bro ftTl Jt:, % departure of Mt: and .. ces&ories. Her corsage was an m: IaW. and 12 at 13A tii Gau (lemorta

:Bu! J/I DJIDJ'JP7D p)})}), Ji5lPT ">Y2X p C. }5,>mme, &y>y rctodo Jfcs.: John Tu's.clitma.a and J/r fat-b: >)) 'fflec-e svi((6c a specfeC 'atcfv-;; .

all you can't KNOW what teen- Wayne Dornbirer, Carol Lang- arid Mrs. KKV&y; TaftoT for The ,, The couple is residing in Oc-\p.rzCarroll's {(\rth omn'itk\ Night service at the Doss Jdem
ag era are tip to. You just have to Kton, George Spohn. W. A. Patti- cold North. air. and airs. Twacht- ando Mrs Land is employed by is the tense story of a Victorian lal Methodist Church, 308
them to do the right) thing." shaX Charies IJmpus, Tom 4 the American Fire and
trust Casualty murderer who attempts to drive Jackson
That's the attitude of many of ,$ i Kirkland, Richard Woodruff, C. man Winter were married recently in (Co. and ifr Land by the Southern his wife insane so that he may )()-.30 St.. today beginning at
Park, Mrs. Twachtman pm.Organ
to ay's parents but it's rather a H. Stanton, \VUloughby T. Cox, ,. Ben Telephone) Co. i continue a search lor a cache of selections will be !
1 played
don't trust a' Lester R. Nydegger, James R. being the former Flora Harris. '
foolish one. They valuable jewels.
two-year-old not to get hurt on a Hudnall K. C. Moore Jr., Af. S. 3Jr. and Mrs.vxthircaltansmother ::1 -.W'W'. It was produced in London as by the The church organist, E. Park-
er. service
will end with
14er4 William N. Ellis. holidays here ; @ Miss Saunders
Tichenor The
butcher knife. r >> I Gaslight before opening
; .. Holy Communion
the midnight
Mothers used to assume it was Misses Mary Ann Hitch. Barbara Mrs. Grace Warlow Barr. ; .; rand Broadway as Angel Street. Hollywood hour.wTrJl1Td,1.1. at -

their right to know what their L9 Reppard, June Nelson, Sally Mc- brother, Graham Barr. and ,: ,;> \... recently bought out the
daughters were up to. They Dowall, Colleen Kenney. Harriet were returning to New York "' Hostess ToClassmates play under its original name,

knew before they went out L: Sipple, Elizabeth Ricker, City. The Taltons and the Gaslight, starring Ingrid Berg $; WHAT MAKES

[ > where they were going, who .. Mary Brinkman, Ann Eidson, Twachtmans will spend New man. 1.IATHlNGDIFFICULn
their companions were and :c.. ..- Joan Hiscock, Peggy Gatewood Year's with Mr. Twachtman's Carroll will play] the part of eJ.J.rq
when they were due home. Betty Abbott Smith, Barbara brother-in-law and sister, :Mr. Miss Patsy Saunders. daughter -! Inspector Rough of Scotland
It wasn't snoopiness or lack of Jean Morgan, Jo Ann Cloud, Barbara 'and Mrs. Parker Bonzof, in New of Mr and Mrs. Harry K. I Yard a role he enacted in the Answer: Nontni ieconw blocked. 2
rs. Coith Ann Masek, Jolie VATI-II drops,Penetro Nose Drops,in each: nostril -
trust that made the mothers sitip I York City . Another auto trip Vj ubUYU Saunders will be hostess today I Broadway production. He will shrink swollen membranes, cold
until their daughters were MRS. HERBERT HARRIS i is the Wheeler, Patty Ann Jackson, to the icy metropolis of New . holiday house guest from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at a cola be supported by Howard Bailey. clogged nose. You breathe easier open right

home. ,: former Evelyn Lenora Murray, Pat Pattishall, Sally Simms, Mar- York was made this past weekend by Mrs. R. H. Fitzgerald and her party at her home, 1108 Wilkinson .' director of Annie Russell Thea away. Comes in 3 generous size.. i..etNOSE

COMMON- SEXSE : daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl garet Maquire.Baugh, and Martha Ann !i brother, Louis Murray, who will visit friends in New York City Ave. ter, as the husband; Helen Bailey PENETROWe're
It was just common sense. A who played leading roles in Vic DROPS
Miss Saunders is
Murray of Ocoee. Her mar- and relatives in a sophomoreat ,
girl is more likely to get home on Philadelphia.o I -
I Orlando Senior High School.
o r>

time waiting If she up for knows her.her If she mother has to is ,I, riage recent to event Mr. in Harris Washington was a, Open House ANOTHER LOVELY YOUNG girl visiting here is Kitty Fiske of I and her of guests classmates.will include a

lace her mother when she gets |I D. C. Ga.. who is the house guest of her uncle and aunt Mr. 'I group Invited to attend are the'

borne she isn't likely to drink. ,I I At Parsonage and Mrs. Calvin S. Hopkins of 16 Pershing Pk. Kitty is a studentat I Misses Nancy Burcham Arra (

,7 And she can't get by with go- the University of Georgia.o Mae Ifiscock. Patsy Ann Davis. DO
ing to unchaperoned parties or
__ w ""17_ LII other places her parents would;, This WeekDr. 0 0 I Marylyn Wolbert, Marilyn Jacob.
n't want her to go as easily.It and Mrs. John Branscomb I. *1. the Orange Bowl festivities I' elor, Betty Joyce Weedon Patsy

APPLIANCESNationally sounds good to say, "You are holding a combined _ ' I in Miami this week are Mr. and 'I Peter, Ann McCall, Carol and I IToull
just have to trust your childrento house and housewarming at open the .' Mrs. .John F. Spellman. Mr. and 'Carolyn Lan ton, Jean Lou bubbling with enthusiasm
do right" But, if want to
you Armstrong. Frances Roberts', (,
Mrs. Thomas J. O'Connor and
Known be sure, you'd better keep a par- new parsonage on Florida Ave. 'I. j Pat Hampton. Gay Hoffman. and sincerity . .
this week. .. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Kennedy,
ental eye on them.WALL Jean Wetherell, June
Name Brands They extend a cprdial invitation ,_ .s. who are spending the week I i Anna McKenney when we extend our wishes t
D'Agostino Mell.
to all members of the First _ I there . Mr. and Mrs. Mark I Patsy !
for Methodist Church, of which Dr. '. t' F Dodd, with their house guests. Helen Champion.Joan for a happy and successful

E.j Branscomb is minister and alsoto ', ; Miss Bert C\a\re JoYmson at\d Laughinghouse, Elizabeth New Year.
: Tie-0-Pasfic? ? all friends Simmon ton. Alice] Aexan-] . ..
IMMEDIATE DELIVERY'APPLIANCE of the communityto :< I Sherman Clark. students at Duke der. AVassenaur ..
:1 Joy ,
Nancy Hoag--
call to their new home Thursday
Nlo&t feaXhiooms Comp\tte University are leaving this 5"p. 5.
land, Glenn \Vaites, Ruth Partridge '
CENTER I 531 S. Knhl Phone 2-2821 I and Friday afternoons and morning to attend the Orange Lena Dykes. now be able to buy that THE TOWNE SHOP 250 Park
I evenings.Dr. : stunning fur coat you've been Ave. X, In Winter Park la offering -
WYCKOfF HARDWARE ''. 't''yI Bowl game New Year's Day. Also Nancy Moorman, Betty
Phon Z-37M I I
I JubMi and Mrs. Branscomb
are manting mil reason for the for boys. Sport-lax
-- They will be at the Park View Steele, Julia Reddick. Helen
Inviting friends to call between fAr liE FUR CO. upstair suit made by the Walkia
3 and 5 p.m. and 8 and 10 p.m.I. F ?- f Hotel in Hollywood. . Lane, Carol Clark, Patsy Hick-I at (. Orange Ave. has announced Talkie people . one for rugged -

NEW YORK CLEANERS & HATTERS on both days.Mrs. ,, o r> r> ,man, Ann Thompkins, Annette I Ii their January clearance weather of a sturdy tan

BROTHERS TED, WESTON I Croley. I sale . 25 per cent toO material interlined . another
YOUR DOWXTOWX CLEANER Emery will be Janet Cooper Edwina Adams. :: per cent redaction on furs. a sporty check with

Hats Cleaned and Blocked Pressing While You Walt Maguire hosts at their annual open Claire Bailey, Joan Damascus. i Just think two ranch mink plain jacket in sizes 4. 6 and
Dry Cleaning Alterations!! house tonight at their home 1135 I Eunice Rinaldi June Tison, Jean coats formerly priced at 8. Also boys' Tnbmaster
KITTY HbK.t I Lane Daley. Carolyn Daniels, i $2750 plus tax $%350 shirts colors guaranteed anda
22 W. PINE ST. PHONE 4809 I Lakeview Dr.. Winter Park. The are now
Entertaining . here I Jane Scott, Katherine Rowe. Patty tax included . South American wonderful line of Doreen
Emerys have held open house on i, Blackwood, Margaret; Jean Ocelot, so lovely in three- baby sleepers, each with two
Mrs. McCullough Maguire will: New Year's for several years. and their parties are attended. by a I jParham, Betty Yeargin. Barbara quarter length style with foil pairs of pants. In the lingerie
he hostess tonight at a New' host of friends from Central Florida . Mr. arid Mrs. Stanley \\\Vo\\am. Ann Holbrook. Barbara I' tipple Y>acX and parachute department Mrv. ConveVV _y*

__ Tear's Eve party at her home on i I[ Bryant of 12 N. Thornton St. entertained with an open house at 'Shanks. Cynthia Pardue. Adriana sleeves, formerly $795 now she now has low cut black

Euclid Ave. their home recently inviting some 45 Irienas . Dr. and Mrs.(Gable) and Laura Lee Peeler. the sale price Is $595 tax Included bras,lanK overdue nd orm-

Guests, who will include active I i, Charles MacDowell will entertain with their annual open house The hostess will be assisted by . a variety ol beau- flex panty girdles. TheTOWAE
members of the University New Year's Day from 4 to 6 p.m. at their home on College Point. the Jfisses Arra Mae Hiscocfc and tifully styled jackets capes, SHOP window, T>y
nf Florida Chajpler' of Alpha Tau Winter Park. Marilyn Jamb stoles . and to completeyour the way received the ratingof
Omega fraternity, with their i i o r> 0 suit, 3-4-5 skin sets of Most Artistic In the Christmas -
I marten, mink sable, kolin- Decorations contest sponsored -
have been invited for 730
GUESTS IN the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ren Galbraith '
o 9:30: pm. Mrs. Maguire's son, HOLIDAY Kill the Itch Scabies skies-drastically reduced but
Raymer Maguire Jr., is an active Washington St are Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Conner of ( ) finest in quality. Well sine Garden Club.

ASSORTMENT member of ATO.It Homestead, Pa., and Miss Eleanor Galbraith of New Castle, Pa. praises to LABELLE FUR CO. "*- -+"
'-, ... 47 North Orange Avenue 'F Mrs. Conner and Miss Galbraith are sisters of Mr. Galbraith . With I t Siticide for giving us the chance of a SO 1\1 E-H: IGHAT'LL '--'

is estimated that the cost of Mrs. Theodore Keene and daughter. Barbara, have been called to : life time-buying luxurious RATE in 1948ia the beautiful

the common cold to the people of Cleveland, Ohio by the illness of Mrs. Keene's father. Otto Palm This minutes liquid those preparation Itch mites kills with whichIt In SO furs at easy-to-fit-the-budget material for' draperies we

the United States is well over a I . Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wilder and young daughter. Shiela. of comes: In contact: Buy S1TIC1DB : prices. found at THE CURTAIN
billion dollars a year. Danville, Ill., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wilder during the from your druggist or send GOo to 'I" "I" M.. SHOP 16 8. ;Main St. This
holidays. iUcld.Co.Commerce Oa. (AdTj shop which most of yon know .
-- TAKE OUR TIP on keepingP.
by this time is a most pleas-
II C. [personal charm] duringthe
Statistics snow that . December' ant and convenient place to
i is the Most Hazardous Month for New Year . see Sallie buy home decorating mate-
Mrs.\ Kottmeier Compliments Fires due to Xrnai Decorations . McKibben at McELROrS cosmetic rials that give color adding
Check Your Insurance and see if you
ANNOUNCING are fully covered . department. She showed charm and cheer. You're in
us wonderful masques and eye luck too for th T'Te Just received
i Distinguished Holiday Visitor Geiger Mutual Ins. Agency creams that give the pick up a shipment of drapery'
needed after the
I merry-go- hangers which are so easy to
Another Evans Drug Store I Mrs. F. S. Kottmeier was hostess -Wayne Reitz, Rhea Marsh Smith.A. 2441 S. Orange Ave. Phone fZ33 round of holiday activities. manage. IT'S THE CURTAIN

at an after-dinner coffee at H. Smith Jr., Henry Killen.W. -- These grand ton r-uppen SHOP for quality material at

her home on Park Lake Ave. last A. Pattishall, H. S. Strickler. IF VITAMINS soothe miraculously . no low prices . important for
I night to honor Mrs. Wayne Fred Meason, Floyd Carson, Mc- matter what type of skin the budget

The EVANS PHARMACYORANGE Kimmel, of Indianapolis, Ind. 1 Cullough Maguire, E. G. Kilroe. DON'T BUCK YOU UP there are tried and true '.*. .*. .<"
creams and lotions that rejuvenate -
Mrs. Kimmel, who is Indiana'John C. Barber, William Ellis try NUXATED.IRON revitalize . all products TURN OFF ORANGE . .
Ethel and Robert Pleus.
of the of ParrlQtt
State president League Whn. your 4ocm ttnf roa"" a ntdldiM sods from houses of beauty go west on Pine if you wishto
Women Voters, and her husbandare ALso Mrs. Hugh Connelly of DHB t help TOO.te trfei uoclur wdldii* litoUXATED that think of loveliness and shop at a place that's fine.
cu. if .lt..i. i bC UP $ P
AVENUE AT COLONIAL DRIVE here for a visit with her Pittsburgh, Pa. Dr. Kathryn : ,e"dCl buifd nor fad nd corrective skin treatments 12 The CHIMNEY CORNER
mother, Mrs. Benton T. dough Abbey Hanna of Winter Park, :1t TOOT fed Jan Wood mndufuL far full nd sack blood,t*KTXATEDOtOK IM1po: may months of the year. Resolvenow GIFT SHOP has every nook
during the holidays.Mrs. and Miss Margaret Piper. I tablet to quit wbOe. Gl.UMB s tel and corner filled with wonderful -
to stop at MCELROY'S
[Formerly the Walker Smith Drug Store kW. But M S&te M dlnoud is UK 1 M. gifts for all occasions.This

Kottmeier was assisted :, -.-....-.................-- cosmetic department for your week found most attractive
; 1918 glow and charm. we
in entertaining by Mrs. DouglasG.
M. Nowell pictures . silhouettes -
Miller. : oval shaped and in all
Cigarettes $1.69 Ctn. [Limit n]
Other guests Included the sizes . florals . lovely
Mmes Benton T. Clough J. Plans START YOUR NEW YEAR reproductions of Monte ballets -
Party off right . make a resolu-
. Peter and Elena, the
FOR NEW YEAR'S MORNING JUST IN CASE25e : tion to call 23225. THE gypsy children an especially:
Before DanceA ,, : skilled piece of art . the
147 N. Main St. for a
B-C Headache Power 19c 60e Alka Seltzer 49c lji Nocturne and Sonata pair of
*' ILi $ group of friends will gatherat beauty appointment You may pictures for music lovers . .
Bromo Seltzer, 29c Citrocarbonatc well trust yourself to the expert -
14 u. Upjohi] 9c the home of Mrs. Rhett No- and for children the Allaben
hands of the fine staff of
; ) : well, 713 S. Main St, for a cock pictures . so winsome in
at this salon . and
$1.00 [200 M'ztl MeKesHM Aspiri., 49c tail party this evening.ApPIOximately operators natural fascinating poses to
keep up with the New Year by Picture '
I. 50 guests have . capture your heart. 1
: : getting a new hair style friend .
.. .
for or -
INNERSPRING a gift a yourself
been invited from 7 p.m. to 9 permanent . shampoo and
PLENTY OF FACIAL TISSUES p.m., Immediately preceding the MATTRESSES set . scalp treatment .. from. TilE
ICleenex-17c & 25e 1 dance at the Officers' Club. . .
Yes-33e t : manicure and last but not CORNER.us" .
: 1.51
: BOX SPRINGS least a facial Service Tonight At up the skin. And THE FOR THE WIFE that makes
Wearever 'Treasure" Ball Pen-for the purse-$1.00 ''J. I ,. e HOLLYWOOD BEDS ARISTOCRAT BEAUTY SALON entertaining a delight THE

:, First Presbyterian: :< extends you wishes for a GREETING SHOP. 142 N. Orange -
Buck Ball Pen-$1.00 H I : MANUFACTURED TO YOUR Happy and Prosperous New Ave., has lovely hostess
I ;I Visit our see Juvenile Furniture1'/ The Rev. Paul Smith will have INDIVIDUAL ORDER accessories that shouldn't. be
Annex. The largest selection of 4 >II charge of the Watch Night service S AT FACTORY PRICES Year.
Rollit Ball Pen-$1.00 I ,Storkline KroO. and Thayer juvenile?. the First .1.. 'l.. "5"A overlooked. The aluminum
,I turnout in Central Florida. tonight at Presbyterian Mattress Renovating A Speciality- pieces are favorites with us
Church beginning at 730: Anywhere In Central Florida
S21 I l' WONDERFUL NEW ... so festive that an ordinary'
Fillers for
all "Ball" Pens available ,
; & YEAR'S DAY dinner is occasion becomes glamorous
I c7 p.m.The i : "Call C* Today- ,
Rev. Smith Is the son Better ised by the ROSEMARIE TEAROOM . trays tumblers pitchers
Sleep Tonight"
NEW-$1.50!! Gillette Razor-$1.00 [J /FCTKJTCl* .j Mr. and Mrs. M. R Smith of Orlando , 310 Park Ave.N., Winter bowls, relish dishes creamer

1483 N. Orange Phone 1 f 1822 Baylarian Blvd. He : ECHOLSBEDDINGCO. : I Park. tomorrow and servIng and sugar and casserole. The

Box Cameras from $3.16 I ?.....,. i 2.1173tCHINA i has recently been ordained to the I On Sanford H'w'y Just South of I will begin at 12 noon and lovely Westmor land glass
ministry, and is serving his first the Lnderpa I continue to 5. Reservationswill punch bowl with 12 cups and

Folding Cameras from $15.00 I I II II II Ii pastorate at Marietta Ga. : Phone Winter' Park ill : be appreciated.This beau- ladle is a sparkling addition

Other young people of the P. O. Box 787, Orlando. Pb.r .. tiful little dining room fa especially for any hostess.! While mentioning -
FRESH Eastman Kodak Film-all sizes church will assist in the service. S .................,.... liked by intimate small sparkling items we
I groups as well as for parties can't omit the unusually fine

Alarm Clock = : -_ 1 of twenty or more in the private hollow stemmed champagne
Waterbury "GUARANTEED"$4.95Squibb -- : dining room. Luscious Pilsners, and cordials. Thesewe

I 79Ye f home made cocoanut cake is noted for you as aids to

Improved Toothpaste-2-25c tubes39cTO You Quality Reputation the tea room specialty. In entertaining to be bought at
I f : r Baby fact all cakes rolls and breadare THE GREETING SHOP. ,.

i I Behind home baked and super. "51"4.. .*. ''t

THE FIRST 50 CUSTOMERS Deerve Heinz Baby Afternoon teas are beginningto GOODNESS KNOWS if you've

THE t; Foods be very popular here now. dined at the SWANEE RIVER

$1.00 alze Crestone Liquid Shampoo 19c [Limit 13] "5" "I" .1" TEA ROOM 43 S. Orange
r the BEST Ave. yon don't need any word
MAKE TillS AN ACCURATENew of ours to tell yon this is one

Use 'Our Prescription Departments MART Year by keeping your of the truly superb dining
corn. watch and clock in the pinkof rooms of the South. Tomor-
condition. Make it your row is again a holiday and

:::::::: : ::: I OPEN STOCK resolution to give them the those of yon who have made
: : :: :::::::) same good care and attention reservations and those who

D1NNERWAREApproximately you five your car your home phone 2-0883 right now will
) .. $1. "'.., yourself. 31.M. SEGAL,JEWELER be starting your" New Year off
EVA N.i :':' .' I 15 Patterns 32 W. Church St. is an with a dining luxury youTl"
:: ." : v.l .' .} .., :
:.. ".. ".. of various colors excellent place where visitors never forget . gleaming silver

:; : Service for 6 . $7.S5 and year rounders are able to sparkling crystal, lovely
*,:""' ;;k="", : up take their watches and know china, and heavenly tasting
theyll come back in "tick cuisine . the menu chockedfull
tock" shape. Youll like the of surprises. Take a tip
KBJH\.E. SAN JUAN EVANS PHARMACY J I ENGLISH CHINA engraving done here, too . from us and make reservations -

27 X. 2 X.ORANGE AVE. ORANGE AT COLONIAL Sen-ice.for 8 543.50 up in fact we have high praise at the SWANEE RIVER
I ROOM for tomorrow
for the work as well as the TEA oran
PHONE 9831 PHONE 5169 PHOXE 710T ;::: II I 1U-43 N. Orantt .Ale Pa. 2-2254 merchandise at M. SEGAL. ) time you want a treat. In

I I Free parttmf fai rear of stora JEWELER.. dining.


Miss\ Arlyne Wilson's WeddingTo Wednesday, December 31, 1947.:.t .,;... Telephones': : 4161 or 3-1681 JrlnnJ momma &tntintl Page 91i '1, Gala New Yeafs Eve Dance

J. Sands Showalter HeldAll i Highlight Social Activities

Saints Episcopal Church Debutantes To Be PresentedAt

Scene for Afternoon NuptialsTall Rosalind Club Ball TonightIn

baskets of white gladioli gown of dusty rose marquisette, ale .c ;ra. addition to numerous par- the New Year's Eve Dance there::
ties and small gatherings NewYear's Dubsdread members and their;|
1 and lighted tapers in candelabra, with a taffeta headdress of wine
Eve will be celebratedthis out-of-town guests will enjoy-
interspersed with palms and shade and matching mitts. She year by several gala balls this formal celebration, for which'

greenery,' decorated The All:'j carried a colonial bouquet of narcissi and dances being sponsored by Billy Arnold's orchestra will play

Saints Episcopal Church yester- I sweet peas and delphinium.! the various clubs and organizations for dancing from 10 p.m to 1'_

!' The mother Mrs.' of the city. a.m. \
for the wedding brigegroom's ,
day The Rosalind Club New Year's ;< The Officers' Club, Orlando*
which united Miss Arlyne Wil- < Showalter, was attired in an afternoon Eve Ball tonight will continue Air Base, will be the scene of a :
son, daughter of John A. Wilson I dress of handembroidered the precedent established last gala formal dance tonight with
of this city,and Sands Showalter, |
black net, black accessories, year of presenting a group of Jimmy Willcox's orchestra furnishing
of Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Sho-
son Rosalind
daughters to Orlando the music. Officers Club
walter of Fairmont. Va., and and wore a corsage of red camel-
society. This year's debutante members and their guests will
Winter Park, In marriage. i, lias.Best group includes 15 members of enjoy this affair, to be held from
The Rev. James L. Duncan of-I man was the bridegroom's the younger set, and an elaborate 9p.m.to1am.
ficiated at the ceremony in the cousin Ford B. Rogers Jr., of has been
program arranged for Social highlight for the younger
frjesence of friends and relatives this city. Ushers included How TI" their presentation at 10 p.mThe !set of Winter Park will be the
ar rf the couple. ard E. Fenner, and Howard W list of debutantes include dance tonight from 9 to 1 at the
Mrs. Ford B. Rogers Jr., soprano Showalter Jr.Following k sus the Misses Mary Jo Fishback, Winter Park Women's Club.

presented two nuptial se- the ceremony, a Elizabeth Allen, :Martha Ann Guests will Include present students
lections, accompanied at the piano supper party -for the immediate Maguire, Phyllis Johnson, Beverly and alumni of the Winter
by Mrs. O. D. Penrod. | families held at homeof : : Burcham
was the a Adelma and Jane Park High School.
Given in marriage by her father -. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Showalter, k. y a Ives, Nancy Layton, Eleanor The traditional New Year's Eve
the bride wore a gown of traditional on Interlachen Ave., Winter i Y YI Hope Newell, Nancy Dendy, Lee Dance at the Coliseum this year

F white satin, fashioned Park. Huttig, Gay Cubbedge, Grace will feature the music of Julien
with rounded neckline, long i i't The couple later left on a wedding Butt, Shadie Beardall and Barbara McInnis and his band
sleeves, and fitted bodice, from
trip in the State, the bride Leedy, who. will be presented
1 full skirt. The dress
which fell a -i
Q in absentia. The
wool latter is
traveling a grey-blue
featured a long pointed peplum :
> ----T: attending Brillantmont School WARREN'SFine
suit, black accessories and wear- ,
trimmed in satin braid in the'
ing an orchid corsage. On returning -, l \ ". Lausanne, Switzerland.As .
back, and the skirt ended in a .. <- "'"-_ Furniture
will 2313 midnight approaches there
i they reside at .
graceful train.A |. i .
'! Loch Lomond Dr., Winter Park. will be a tableau on the stage, FLOOR COVERINGS

lace headdress held her of fingertip Duchess veil point of j I|. Out-of-town guests for the I :.-." yq% ._........_J:}4 .'; .,, and the immediately New upon the strokeof APPLIANCESM .
wedding included Mr. and Mrs. :: Year club membersand Fairbanks Ave. : Winter Park
bridal illusion, and she carrieda Iii /
Open Monday Evecngs1r'rSPECIAL's:
white prayer book topped witha Perry D. Rice and son, Barry, of guests will join hands to
Norristown, Tenn; Mrs. Chester <. .. sing Auld Lang Syne.
cluster of white orchids, from ."' v. v
I Glenn
Brown's orchestra will
A. Jr. and Suz-
May daughter
I .
which fell satin streamers.The .
of honor and sisterof '! anne, of Atlanta; and Mr. and ... .. furnish music for the brilliant
maid .': event, and club officers will Permanent Ware $ .OO Upca1cy"
forma -
Mrs. Donald O. Fenner Canis-
the bride, Mrs. Howard E. |I \ ....,.. t1--- line at
jteo receiving at nine o'clock.
Fenner of Winter Park, wore a | k: ,. Orlando Country Club K I
i Mr. Showalter, former Rollins memo s
. >ita
College student is of the I !::> :> >' _., bers and their houseguests who y SHOP
owner h
Showalter Airpark in Winter : ft l"J, B\ __.af __ are non-residents of Orange Expert Technician. II
Park. Mrs. Showalter, who attended ".' .... .d ___ County will enjoy the annual el45.M E. -Church xr. ;sxnlsr Phaa n-:>'llRJi'
both Rollins College and THE MISSES ANNE AND NELLE CARTER and their house, -[Our Own Sto.f;t t ..> Trover Xew Year's Eve Ball at the club

DIAPER SERVICE Stetson:: University has been guests are shown here at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George students of nearby University of Kansas. From left to right from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. StewartMartin's

/.rations w Immediate Delivery connected for with the the Showalter Carter on Ivanhoe Plaza, enjoying a reminiscent ch& of for around the table, are Nelle Carter, Anderson Chandler, Jack I I: the gala orchestra affair. will play for DOWN TOWN

PHONE 2.3357 ; Airpark past year. I mer College days. Now students at Florida State University, '! Tetrick, Bob Meilert, Elwood Tippin and Anne Carter, seated. | Dinner will be served from Located Scathed.. the PaU.

\ the Misses Carter met the visitors last Summer while attend The four holiday guests left last night to attend the Orange I 1750: p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Dubs- From 12. N. Oraife aid

"J ABCDIAPER ing the University of Colorado, the four young men being Bowl Game in Miami. dread Country Club, preceding IS Welt WasbiBfUm St.

. When your I Accounts SERVICENew and Future people take liberties with each : feathered angel to make it work. Birth Announcements i 1-I '

Reservations Are Solicited ItolLttct MergingFamily I other that they would not thinkof i I :Mr. and Mrs. W. W. WhartonJr. 1I i
1 little taking with anyone else. They Dear Miss Dix: I am a normal are announcing the birth ofa I CAR OWNERS
one Telt'phone1111 i. With Business 'feel free to criticize each other; girl, but I have a very bad habit;' son, W. \Wharton 3d., on

f 'to tell each other home truths of insulting people without know!I Dec. 20, at Orange Memorial I Don't Be Denied the Right
fi' I ?!F.fJ i that cut to the quick; to borrow
Hospital. Mrs. Wharton is the
'c: 'I that to ing it, and by doing so I lose all '
catchesDistress ANNOUNCINGCRYSTALS Bad Policy money they never repay; I former Viola Crittenden of this To Drive Your Carl'
wear each other's clothes; and friends. I hurt people's feelings I city. 0 o r>
for all shape 1n LOifl Br DOROTHY DIX they almost universally scorn to without intending it. I have got I Mr. and Mrs. William Radfordof The best way to protect :yourself .

WATCHES Dear Dorothy Dix: My husband use any tact or forbearance ink' ten in a nervous state where I I Lake Alfreda announce the is with an American Fire
As He Sleeps! 1 HOUR SERVICE By JEAN POTHERS ,and I are going into business the dealing with each other. I don't know what to do, or what birth of a son, Richard Earl, at & Casualty Company Policy

At bedtime rub warming, B LOCK y O C JEWELRY Club Editor 'first of the year and as we have I All of these difficulties you are .to say. II Orange Memorial Hospital on SAVE MONEY-Bring your motor ..d
18 W. Church St.
M soothing Vicks VapoRubon Junior Choir of St. Luke's j two small children, one only five going to encounter when you I Please help me, if you can. Dec. 19. Mrs. Radford is the for ;stria! number. Four months to par

throat, chest and back. Cathedral will meet for rehearsal .months old, we have asked his bring your mother-in-law and I MURIEL.Answer mer Gwendolyn Merrill of the premium.
VapoRub's special relief- mother, who Is a widow, to bring the 15-year-old bobby-soxer into : To be tactiful and dip Tampa.
at 3:30 at the Cathe- DON MOTTPh.
today :
p.m. I
r> n n
her 15-year-old daughter and the Your mother-in-law
bringing action starts to VICTORYHAT dral School . The full Cathe- picture. |lomatic and always able to say
work instantly to soothe ,come and live with us and help will feel that she has a greater i the right thing in the right wayis Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wayne 8116 128 S. Court StAT
irritation, ease coughing, dral choir will rehearse at 730p.m : i I manage the business, which is a authority over your husband''I a gift of the gods. Many people :Morton of Oklahoma City, announce a
muscular ,combination grocery and restaur- than you have, even if he is your never have it and go throughlife the birth of a son, Doug-
relieve and And soreness then- SHOP 000 '!'ant My mother-in-law is a fine 'husband. And the bobby-soxer j making enemies without in- las Wayne on Dec. 23. The ;K

tightness while child sleeps- 211h _t"Or. Lucerne Ilrbekah Lodge Xo. 36 woman, but, like myself, she has is at the age when she will be ;,tending it paternal grandparents are :Mr. } WINTER
enD on ..... A.... will hold its regular meeting tomorrow ,her faults. The hitch in the planis crazy about boys and going, You seem, alas to be one of .and Mrs. C. E. Morton of Zell- 312 N*. Park Av*.

working VapoRub to keeps bring right relief. H..ts. c.neoe. at 8 p.m. st the Fraternal that I am afraid we might not places and doing things that you ,.these unfortunates, but here is wood. t' one Block North of the Podoffie
6. al."M Bldg. . Visitors are welcome. get along together, and that .won't approve of. one tip that you can always use .
Remember knownhomeremedyyoLcanvsetorelieve, It's the best- Dry CUanln. 000 !would be tragical every way. I My earnest advice to you is to j to advantage: Before you speak I WORN OUT FROMGETTING ; Bandit erchieh -

Pr..me 6. The )W\. Fenlon Froom will ,I Can you give me any suggestions make the arrangement a business ii -,think of what you are going to i I
of |ICKS Albratn.Nrr.wia.. !speak a. the U'omrn'm Christian about how I could help i one between you and your ,i say and ask yourself how you UP / \BARn\] .
distress \ h wkiN I make the arrangement a success mother-in-law. Don't her I II would like that same think said
TrMpr art meeting on say t
John Braves Mcr. 'U' Wart I 3
colds. it! V VAPORUB
Try .'rktll tl: p m. in Wesley Hall ? vaguely that, of course, she will to you. If you are not certain thatit NIGHTS? IL1flETIS!!
SAM BASS, Prop. Fame *-ZMIll2iJiEttCUURCtfmET of the r'trst Methodist Church. I MRS. E. II.I I share in the profits of the busi- would please and flatter you,
000 I Answer You certainly are taking ness, if any. Give her a definite don't say it Keep silent If you get up night -have frequent desire 31WSadeti.MTk.
a desperate chance when to pan ;your water-;yn. and have . ... Mgt
Charles .P [Lo\ell Camp 18, :you salary, as you would give any) backache, due to ems acidity in the -I
'- I I Auxiliary of I'nitrd Spanish War 'enter into an ar- other employe. Goodness knows, I Dear Dorothy Dix: It will not urine, be clad you're reading tbu: Monogrsmtng.
-f't..nn., will the rangement that J" she will have to work hard be long until Christmas and I am I, Three generations ago Dr. Kilmer, a
I meet at Legion combines a \\ile.a # enough to earn whatever you :wondering what to give my boy famous doctor found hundreds of his 4 DISTINCTIVE
RUs. MATrR SS Hall Friday at 7:30: p.m. . Visitors ; / 'j jan patients with this trouble. So he made a ,
are welcome.r: husband a| pay her for taking care of a : friend as a Christmas present I medicine of 16 herbs roots vegetables ;
mother a teen, hab and a small child. But the have been going with him for balsams.. He called it ."Swamp-Root..'* LINENS
l ORUNDO: Td.Z.Z213 000 ,. age girl and busi- point I am trying to make is, two years and I would like to I Millions of men and women have taken i I
Chapter V of PEO will meet the five I Ij it often with amazing results .
: ness, have a hard and fast business arrangement -send him something that wouldbe For Greeter Apprcciatta
Friday at the home of Mrs H. M. j'greatest risks! about what she is to I nice and practical and not too Swamp-Root goes. right. to work totlu.h
I out kidneys ; increases flow of i Give LiMM From BARNEY'SWe
The home of fine Innerspring Mattresses and Frederick, 1515 E. Livingston, that can possible I get. what she is to do, and make 'expensive. urine,helping relieve excess acidity...sc;
with Mrs. H. C. Minard assisting be taken by any I an iron-bound vow to take no 'I SALLY. the irritated bladder gets a good flushingout
Matching Box Springs. . Dessert will be served at 130: adventurer. And! "> part in the management of the Answer You certainly must too. Many report getting a goodnight's t Gift Wrap
after the first few doa.aGution
sleep '
p.m. followed by a business meet if you come out Leave that to her know what boy friend's ; 1
girl. your WekOffle-W.
young up i! :take as directed. Visitors May ttaptl
Drop la today and see QUALITY built into ing at 230: p.m. of it alive, it will Dorothy Dix: mother. for it is the only way in j tastes are, so pick out something I For free trial supply, send to Dept. R. but never urge ta buy.
these fine sleep Inducing products. 000'Chf'rokee I be little short of a miracle. which you can keep out of eachothers ,for him that will jibe with them. Kilmer& Co.. loe:., Box, 125S. Stamford .
Circle of the Orlando Why relations find it harder to hair.Theoretically. j A book. A game. Two or three eo.....Or-get full-sued bottle of Swamp 8a10.M
i Root today at drugstore.
Garden Club will meet Friday at get along with each other than your plan of taking nice handkerchiefs with his monogram : ;your

='mhliullumluullllllulllllmtuulllulllllllllllulltl1lllulnlmm llllnDlllllu 10 a.m. with :Mrs. E. D. Holcomb, I! they do with strangers is one your mother-in-law in as a embroidered on them A .. .. .. .. '."
1 : ;:I 11'1:1.; ;: t '"'iI"
430 E. Gore Ave . An Interesting thing that is hard to explain, but ,sort of partner is fine, but you scarf. A subscription to a magazine h""O m m m . NICE
program has been planned by ''it always exists. However, kins 'are going to have to be a pin- is always good and has the What everyone I. uyiac

is A Happy New Year to All Mrs. Claude Wolfe I .. t merit of reminding him of you About the artistic furniture al froapiitfSbowa -
:t I
000 I ; every 'Also it furnishes a
: Thanks for valued Merritt Park Circle of the Or. topic for conversation. Give a
\ '. your -i = lando Garden Club will meet Friday boy anything except a necktie. "Counselors In Good Taste
SM Park Ayea"e, Soootia WINTER PARK PS.ae
this y at 2-30: with Mrs. Nor- And don't give anything; that is F _
patronage last year. p.m. I Ivi I t<;Il'
I I'I ., expensive. -- -
i man Wood, 1623 Lakeside Dr. . < Medicinal herbs will be the in- #
formative topic for this occasion
Ih B. liwsN = which will be open for questions ,
1,=No. 1-1101 E. Colonial Dr. TeL 2-3467 *.... -i"rm.ci = md discussion. . r
= = 000. LAST DAY !
RegstereePratataefst WEDNESDAY IS THE
'!=No. 2-308 S. Orange Blosm. TrL 9552 -_
Park Lake Circle will meet

t iiinilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll I I UI lllllllHllllIlllIllIilllllllllllliin I Friday at 10 a.m. with Mrs. Cecil ., . ,I ,( t
Hook, 722 N. Formosa Dr. . ;,>.'--9.!
An interesting has been ..:;> .

...r"TIME" is here and it's for "YOU"FINANCE I arranged. 000 .. /,.../" ..-... \...1.. DICKSON & IVES' '

: ; Jt.1'- ..
Members of Xokomis Council ''-. .. .\
Xo. 23. Degree of Pocahontas, are !' i ." . '101If
requested to meet at Fraternal :, .Jii.; ; .
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10 rlattbn Jflaraina t &rnttarl Telephones: 4161 or 3-1681 Wednesday, December 31, 1947 I '
Night Spots Ready For New Year Revelry!

The Orlando Morning Sentinel Radio Program i I Orlandoanswho_ have made you a floor show which will In- Florida's playground a 17-

I plans to welcome in the New I Ii Ii ,dude Gene Gory and Roberta. piece university band will hold

Aac cas MUTUAL NBC "ac ca, MUTUAL NOC i I Year with horn tootin', dancing violinist and dancer; Danny' forth with Julian Mclnnis ALL

WHOO WSO WLOF woitz WHOO. WDaO He WLOF 1230 WONZso. 7405o (and hilarity will be able to go Southern lyric tenor star of handling the baton. Beautiful

: B-OO Stcn.OB 90 ______... Rise NIt tc Shin --- U23OJ 144)) :: P. Whltem.n CI'1t ABC Hoa. Part7 __ Song 0' Straneer Orlando Matinee ,'about it with a maximum of fun Billy Rose's Aquacade and': Pelorcs' will be at the Hammond .
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8.IS Whoofa Antics _-_ Church, In Wildw'd :3..5 P. Wllltem.a Cl'1t ABC 'HousePart7. n FraiikieCafleOrlafldO and a minimum of cost A surveyof Yvonne DeSalvo, specialty dancer. and there will be a sensational -
'30 Whoot'B) Antic __ Dial Twisters Hour .. Cl'1t'ABC Hint Runt __ Jr.ktDe.: ) b"iii D".J-W-Vandenook: what is in
wrul.man store for the ,
5'45 Whoofn Antic __nU Dial Twisters HourS Sr r. Cl'b ABC Hint Hunt-N..... Johnson Family Studio Party -- Or. Of course there will be fa- floor show. Reservations -

M County Newspaper. __- News-Lily. & Curly New-ReveUl. ___ Sign On & New. 41':15. P.T..my whiu.man Donel Show Dr. Paul _______ Harold. Turner. .- Studio Party --.. lando revelers disclosed that entertainment vors. No reservations made for :, can be listed as a must
a:IS Whoofn....tka Farm Reporter __ RcTellle _____-. Sunrise Jamboree ..;... 1..l oorsel Show Alliance Charcb AcI..atll' Parade Studio Painy. will be plentiful and thebig show will be held after for this event too.
6 30 Wheot'B Antics Vole of Arm ... NewI-R7eW __ Farm New n__ _____ School, of Air _. Hop HarrlgaQ :- Studio Party nn
_4 4$ HorsIng PeTPtlons __- News-South. Sins &Nora. Meditation Oeorsla Playboy 5:15 5.00: Terry H..uslc A Ptrate.- ABC School of Air Superman ----- Studio Party -.-.- I varied-and can be had at a price 9 p.m. j At the historic Fort Gatlin the I STARI

f oo N..NuaIo. ______. Yawn Patrol _. Newt-Music Clock News --____ 5:30 Sky King ABC _____ Stock Quotations C.P& Midnight Studio Party -- that would make a New Yorker's has planned
Fishing The $!.dO will also holdout management a gala
':IS The Old Corral __ Yawn Patrol -- Musical Clock __ 740 Club ---- 5:45: Sky K-tog ABC ______ Lum Abner ---- Tom Mis -------- -= eyes pop. rover
,:30 The Whoot Owls Wake. UP Listen Morning Devotion Spot Summary -- jW Qoea There ____ N..s-Sporta Frankie. Carlo -' Flu, Air. News -- I i at Club Cabana where two I party with no cover no mini- I
"'U The WhoM Owls .... UP-AP News .... News-Easy: LlafM 740 Club __u____ 6:15: Sporta Journal n__ tone Ranger C.rle-Orel. Gus.-. Music for. Diving.Cind -. f Broadway's New Year's Eve star vocalists will be added tothe mum but a maximum of fun.
B. Penn..U Reporto :
800 Martin Asronsky ABC CBS News n__ 8 OCIocIei News. Mike's Mike 6'JO cells ___._ LoDe Ranger Chuck Foster will cost from $30 to $35 a couple There will
_____ Thomas-SPORe Parad. s'aoco 3 BtarLz. I fare' of Stewart Martin and be piano music with
B:IS Songs by Crosby _..- Walter KUnbl Band of the Day Do You Remember 6:45: pleasure Parade Lowell --- I'
a JO Bonn .f Good Cheer Salon Concert ._ News-W. Roberta Do You Remembei 7'00 Five Star Final ___u Beulah ______ Fulton Lewis Jr. Supper Club -- I at the fancy night clubs and supper his band. The management' can j dinners served from 530: to 830: ',
8:45: Sunset Vine ___n_ Break. Brevities Breaktast Time String-Music__ 7:IS Elmer Daris. ABC .__ Jack Smith ____ Drifting on Cloud Inside Story -_ 'I rooms. accept' to 200 reservationsand p.m. and steaks and broiled lobster -
'"no Breakfast Club ABC UP and AP News Peoples Choice, B'fut-iDorl 7 30 Tommy Dorsey Show Club IS-Bob Cro-by Arthur Garth ._ The Harmonalres I '
B::15 Breakfast Club ABC Moraine Devotions Editor's Diary _. B'last. In Orlando 7:45 Tommy DorM-l Show Edward Morrow u Iralde. ot Sports Kaltenborn n___. J In Orlando night clubs cover : they are piling up fast. I i I available until midnight. 'I''

B 30 Breakfast Club ABC Time. Out for Ma'e Public Library ._.. Nelson Cle.elandalres Olmsted_.. 8 00 The. Son-Shop .-. Amer. Melody Hr. Scarlet Queen Musical Showcase, i I charges will range from $2.50 a Per person cover charges of With entrance of the New Year
Breakfast Club ABC Yours Sincerely StirchlnTime .. Musical Showcase ,
943 8'IS Peter Donald Show Amer. Melody Hr. Scarlet Queen downward. breakfast will be served until
_. ciCnBrOtr.Fred'W.rina ._ person $1.50 will hold at the Trocadero I I
True StorJ ABC Music for You 8:30 vos Pop ABC Dr. Christian Quiet Pleas Bins Crosby dO. |'
0:15 10.00: loll Nl True Story ABC __ Music for Ton ___ Claudia ________ fred Waring --.-. 845: Vo Pop ABC -u ___u_ Bill Henry nn_h_ QuIet-B.. Rose ___ Bios Crosby. .... ment will be varied ranging from I Club on the Cheney Hwy. and . well dawn or later as neces-
BettY Clocker ABC Romance E. WIDt' S.l With Mule Wom.II' World _______ ,_ bands and Preparations have been I II
10:30: Am Fir.. Css. 9 OO Abbott &Costello ABC "Cinderella" Gabriel Heatter New orchestras, to specialtyacts Club El Patio the sary.
Lilt..alal. Poet ABC Tn & Plod bloBsyWIth Music n . ___ ____ on Orange '
10'45 Cncrtl
':IS Abbott. Costello ABC "Cinderella" Lew White Modern HaL / made to handle 250
ni.w> In Hol1,.'d Arthar Godfrey Bill HarrUwton This 1* wora Drake 9 3O TEA _ Sweeney March Racket Smasher Click, Orch. n_ favors and whatnotIn som TraiL The same will BIos-I' patrons. I
11:15 Brelkialt HOUl.'d Arthur Godfrel Tell. Your Nelanb. < Katie. Dshta.____ 9 45 TBA _-_-_--__-_-__-_-__.u_ Sweeney A March Racket Smasher. Click, Orch. _____. addition to night club offer- hold for the Taffrail Club I As for the movies-midnight J

11M OalaTDraki ABC _- MornJn Melodies_ Club Rendezvous Jack Berth Calling u. I' 10.00 Bins Crosby ABC ____ Cavalcade of'*.'? Calif. Melodlea _. Bis Story .__uu ings fun-seekers will also have I' ,' shows have been booked at the I
____ YMCA ShowCarleComes_ Winter Garden Rd. The three
11:45: Ted Mak>n. ABC Rosemary un 10:15 Bins Crosby ABC .. Cavalcade. of '47 Calif. Melodies -- Big Story _____ I Beacham and Rialto.
j2. iWelcoms Tr..ler. ABC tires --______--_ K te-Smlth News A Farm Rn". 10:30: H. Morgan Show ABC n Symphonett: u__ Variety Club Dln'r Jimmy Durant .. a chance at a number of public clubs including the Club San
12:15 Welcome Traveler. ABC Noontime Melodies finer-K.an..1. Rept News A ?arm Rev' 10'45 H. MonaD Show ABC Symphonette ____ Variety Club Dln'r Jimmy Durant .. dances or if tripping the light II I There will be favors for all I
Review Orlo the Sanford Rd. will all
___ Marine Band Vets News on ,
___ ___ Trent U. S. !
12:30 HOOD EdlUon n Helen Farad New. from NBC and at the Beacham
J'mbre. EelbKk DrUter 11:00 News of Tomorrow u World ToD1allt: u. Sport - II fantastic does not appealtherewill the show I
1:45: : Cr'ker .JUB-R. 1& Grove Our Gal SudayCheckerbd 11:15 Joe Basel. ABC Report-Orersea. Orchestra ____. New of the World offer specialty events including :,
-- 00 will be
1'00 Raukirage 'ralkin ABC BII Slater ___ Cedric Poster Art Van Damore Show- 11:3O Gems for Thought ABC New Tear' Party Brandwynnc's Or. Mern-o -Kound be midnight movies. favors and as good a time as the Daisy Kenyon with Joan
______ Ma Perkins __ Perrell Time Betty B.rrla Party Art Mooney's Or. Merry-Oo-Round Crawford while the Rialto will
1:15: RadIo Society _ Day Varieties Mccormick Hews. 11. .:45 Dance_Orchestra. ABC New For a quick look at what will patron seeks. i.i I
1:30: Hill BUll Hit Parade UP-AP News Bert HirsCh Beiiev.ItorNOt. 12:00: News-The. Bwl Room New Year's Party N. Year's Greeting News ___--___u. be doing in Our Town then |'1 I feature I Wonder Whose Kissing
as we
Guiding Light d A number of the clubs will
HIt Parade _
1'45: Hill BUll 12.15 The Owl Room ___ New Year's Party Sign Off hh- Mdnt. Merrysornd. I i
2'00 South American. Wu Wendy Warren : Queen for Dsi Com'unity Orch De..ot' 1230 The Owl Room .n._... New Year's Party Adrian Rollinl trio welcome the new little stranger resort to limitation on reservations Her Now with June Haver and I I'I
2'15 The Barry Wood Show Perry Mason ___ Queen for Day .. Ln EII.rt Crosby oreb. 12 45 The Owl Room n___. New Year's Party L. Herman Quintet I here goes: Mark Stevens. The box offices
5 30 Brld. Groom ABC McCafl's on the .All Martin Block Bob Weems Oich I' 1:00 SIgn Off __ ..fear's Party News- &Eisn Off:. in order that their pa- I I'I will be at 1130. R
BlockTed u.n :
n At the open
of My Dr m* Martin Flamingo Club a 2.50
_2:45: Brtde ft Groom Sign Off ___n__ -4 a m. NBC New i Irons may have a maximum of i I
M.rtlDBlock News -- I Now for those
--- who would
3.00 Ladies Be Seated ABC Double or Nothiik Block _-- _Orlando W.ttaee Years Celebration cover charge per person will give fun without too much shoulderbumping.
3'15 Ladies Be Seated ABC Double or Hotbta Manta I i to know what it would cost in'

I As for public dances the I I New York in contrast to what Orlando -I

Churches Plan American will has to offer-here it is:
Orlando Services Tonight Legion pitch a :I Folks who might like to drink
celebration at its home on Lake I I I II
FRANKLIN D. Ivanhoe. Knowlton and his orchestra j i and dance the New Year in at 1 1I

- AnnouncesThe By DAVE ENLOW I j tonight at 750: o'clock.The- Rev celebration with the Watch Night will furnish the music'i I}I the Riviera the resplendent

[Church Editor, Orlondo Morning Sentinel] Paul Smith Marietta Ga., will service, beginning at 9 p m. Miss and there will be door prizes, ', night club perched atop the New

Opening Of His Office Orlando churches will see the 'bring the evening message. Betty Shearouse will sing. favors and a floor show. Reservations I j Jersey Palisades just across the 'C

New Year in as they gather in Congregation Ohev Shalom will First Baptist Church will hold are a must. I[George Washington Bridge from

BOOKKEEPING AND special Watch Night services to- I have a New Year's service Fri- its usual midweek prayer and The Amvets have come up 'I Manhattan, may do so at $40 the

night that will feature Communion -'|day at 8:15: p.m., with Rabbi praise service at 7:30: p.m., with with a Hill-Billy jamboree and couple with souvenirs hats

observance, religious films :' Morris A. Skop speaking on the : Dr. J. Powell Tucker bringing dance in Davis Armory. Features ,,noisemakers and the usual holi-i

INCOME TAX SERVICE social hours. prayer: and praise. I i subject The Implications of the the message A Watch Night 'will be many at this spot with a 1 lay irritations tossed in for good I

The Man Who Forgot God. out I New Year. I service will follow, to be held i top-notch hour-long show on tap. ,I measure.

a Associated with C. F. Batchelder: in Gen. Ins. Business standing moving picture, will be j' The synagogue will also have in the Delaney classroom sponsored -! Featured will be the Arkansas I The stately informality of the

shown at the Christian and Mis- I a special New Year's service Sat- by the young adult department Trail Blazers the Georgia PlayBoys I I two most luxurious supper clubsin

28 Washington St. Phone 9620WHOO sionary Alliance Church at 730: i urday at 830: a.m., with a period I George Ace rodeo roping the Waldorf-Astoria, the Sert

pm. The beautiful technicolor i of prayer for the Government. i A religious? film will be shown star-with other acts and fiddling -, and Wedgewood Rooms may be

I film The Old Rugged Cross. also St Luke's Episcopal Cathedral and light refreshments will be contest thrown in as a I II enjoyed for $30 for two plus tax, R

will be shown. The Rev. T. G. 'will hold a Communion service scrveiL! bonus, with anyone entitled to''I although there are other playful

Mangham, district superintendent i tomorrow at 10 a.m., with Dean I' Goss Memorial Methodist participate.At headquarters throughout the
I will speak at the Watch Melville E. Johnson officiating. Church will have a special gathering -I the Coliseum Central I handsome pile of Park Avenue

Night service beginning at 9:30: St. James Catholic Church of college: students from 8 -- ----- brick where fun can be had all
o'clock. will hold special( New' Year's' I to 9:30: p.m. Emmett Parker will 1I I 1- the way down to street level

Testimonies and brief talks I I masses tomorrow from 6 a.m. : play the organ at 1030 to be Orange County where in the Men's Bar the -C

b)' college;; students will comprise I to noon, on the hour. I followed by a Communion serv- I males can escape without any 0

a large;; part of the eve Central Christian Church will i ice singing and % brief medita- I Court Records other charges than for drinks ,

ning's! program at the Alliance, I'begin its Watch Night observ- tion by the Rev. J. T. Dingley MAIIIIIAGIl APPl.SCATIONOcasrlea I consumed.

l 990 ON YOUR DIAL which will be conducted by the' ance at 8 p.m. Mrs. Cecil Davis I'I pastor. .. Orl.ndt'.J..a.hlm,Inepector.. M.K.Jsea., and eo.Maine 1231 1IIza-!:34thBt. j I The Trianon Room of the Am-

Rev. H. P. Rankin, pastor. The will be in charge of entertain- I Unity Church 50.1 S. Orange; beth Adams. 48. 239 Palmetto St., Orlando. bassador Hotel a highball glass'

Today's Radio Programs Mangham family will furnish ment; Mrs. William Kiser decora- |I A H., will begin at 10 p.m. with ho..sete."r.SUITS IN CHANCERY i I heave down Park Ave. from the U

special music. tions and refreshments. Dr. Paul a program of music and prayer.' City of Orlando .... Julia Crosier. et Tir Waldorf, has fixed its price at $32

First Methodist Church will observe Carpenter pastor, will conductthe ,I Light refreshments Mill be et Petty.1. quiet Louise title. Brown TI. Harold W :I the couple including tax. The

3:00: am.-Sim On 2:30: p.m.-Bride ft; Groom ABC the Lord's Supper in a spe- devotional hour.J. served. The public is Invited' Brown divorce. ,1' Savoy-Plaza's Cafe Lounge sets

9:00: a.mWboot' Antics Sterling Drugs, Inc.] cial Watch Night service at 730: B. Vaughan, chairman of to Join members and friendsin County Judo* Court 1 I its cash register's guns at $30 a
(.00 a.m.-County Newspaper 3:00 Be Seated ABC with Dr. John Branscomb the board will this service. Marguerite M Hull order for distribution I
p.m.-tQ[ : : Oats] p.m. present new members ; estate of Simon Benjamin Hull. i iMayme couple plus tax. S
':15 a.m.-Wboofn Antics pastor. and the Rev. Robert of the church. Dr. Carpenter Park Lake Presbyterian C. Erdman. order for dlstriba-|j Ladies their I II
3:15 Ladies Be Seated ABC I may pay own
: p m.- I tion. estate of Henry D. Erdman.
<::45 a.m.-Morning Devotion Blackburn assistant pastor of- will deliver the New Year's Church will have Watch I
[Toni] I a Night Martaret Piper et SI letters of discharge way if they' prefer' the manage
7:00: .m.-News American 3.30 p.m.-Paul Whiteman Club ficiating.On : message. service beginning at 8 p.m., with estate of Jennie Louise. Piper. ment only insisting that each
Laundry CleanlBf ABC National Biscuit New Year's Day and Friday Lucerne Park Baptist Church the Dr. Robert H. Me- Marie Krerhtlns order for distributionestate :
c.-) I pastor. of E J. Krechtinr person' with no emphasis on i igender
7X15: 8.m.-chuck Wagon tUbby3:45 Co.] open house will be observedat will combine a 26th anniversary Caslin, in charge. Inventory and appraisement. estate of I cough up 13 clams.
: p.m.-Paul Whiteman Club the Branscombs 503 Florida Lester W Brenenstuhl.Carrie I
Free maaj ABC [R. J. Reynolds Alma Becker letters testamentary The colorful Monte Carlo $30
7:13: a.m. The Old Corral Tobacco Ave., from 3 to 5 p.m. and from estate of Harrr George Becker The
Orlando Transit Co.) All members and Mr. Edrie Tipping et al order dlspensin I a couple. Copacabana $20
4X0: p.m.-Paul Whiteman Club 8 to 10 pm. Winter Park BrevitiesIr with administration .estate of Burton CUr- I to $30 a couple depending on lo-
7 JO a.m.-The Whoot Owls Dlzis; ABC [Nestle's] friends of the church are cor- tis Dlxon cation. The gracefully formal'COtillion See Ben HunilesSpectacular
Lilly MUlinc Co.l 4:15 p.m.-Paul Whiteman Club dially invited. Mica B Stevens letters testamentary estate
1:00 Martin of Eva E. Ballev Room of the Pierre Ho-
: a.m.- Aeronsky ABCOrange ABC [Wesson Oil Power Dive!
College Park Baptist Church Catherine A. McDonald et al letter
( Buck Ca.1 Snowdrift) MARGARET GREENE tel, $30 a couple. La Martinique
New Year's1' testamentary estate of Harry L. McDon
135: a.m.-Songs IStroud's by Bewail Crosby Stores] 4 5:00:JO p.m.-Tommy Dorsey Show will Message hear by a the special Rev. Fayette L. Telephone Winter Pork 231-Hours 1 1-12 end 4-5. Monday Through Fridiv aid INSTIIUMENTS FILIID I$30 a pair down to $15 also according -

8::JO a.m.-Songs of Good Cheer : p.m.-Five o'clock News Hall, pastor, at 730: p.m. The WINTER PARK Auto license !of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Moore, Edna: Shndes et Tir to Doris M. Mlnvo to location. Terrace
55: p.m.-PegIlrY Lee [Hart ,
et Tir wd il
Room of
Orlando Utilities] SwaUtead Jeweler) training union will sponsor a so- plates will go on sale in- 1827 Harmon Ave. Clifford Leffew et nz to Luther E. I Hotel New Yorker $22
f:.41. ajn.-Sunset .. Vine Yawen- 8:10 p.m.-Band Sketch [Finey cial hour at 930: Four talks I ring rt *1 wd SIO. the couple, plus tax. Leon and SAT.'BSUN.JAN. .
Drew-I) C..) p.m. the City Hall Friday with Miss Dr. and Mrs. Charles Hurreyare L. T. Hunt et as to Barbara Ana Eddie's good naturedly noisy
Motors] I
'I Her-I
':00 ajn.-Th* Breakfast Club will feature the worship Mary Louise Bass on hand from expected to arrive Friday wd 110.I .
.. be
ABC [Tool) 5:15: p.m.-Terry A The Pirates service immediately preceding I O A. Ours anus et ux to Frank premises may occupied at.$15a
t:19 8m.-The ABC [Quaker Oats) 8:30: a.m. until 5 p.m. with an from their Montclair N. J., hometo nx wd $10 person or $8 a person, althoughwith 3 & 4PM'
Breakfast Club midnight I W. L. Borders et 1111 to Ray Kennedy et
ABC [Swift Co-J 530 p.m.-5ky Foods King ABC [Derby Lane Patrick will speak on the hour off for lunch. The sale spend the Winter here. They I I al mts S3.OOO. the lattter please bring bin-
1:45: a.m.-Th. Breakfast Club ] continues until Jan. 15.SWITCHEDBeginning. II I Harry L Conant et nil to Halsey C. McDonald I oculars for the floor show. The
What Bible MeansTo
6:DO p.m.-Whoo Goes There subject, My will be at 510 Henkle Circle. wd SIO.
ABC (Philc* Corp.] Me Louis Phillips What My Fri- R B Trneman et al to J. Sfchnarr and I Astor, hard by Times Square .
6:15 Ben
10:00 p.m.-5ports Journal [ ; RM 3-c Harold Page flew homeI .
True ,
: a.m.-My Story ABC Co. wd tlO
[Ufeby Products) Bakeries] Church Means To Me; Miss Jim- day, the buses leaving Winter I from Norfolk Va., for a two-day A. H. Swurts et ax to C. E. Price agreement asks $20 a couple plus tax with 2. '
':30 p.m.-cinderella [Dirkson, What Park and Orlando the I of d $400 open house-meaning no cover-
1023: a.m.-Betty Crocker ABC mie Nell Fleming, Prayer on quar-
Ives 'visit with his parents :Mr. and J. w. Mosteller .et ax to J. A. Taylorwd
[General Mills] Means To Me, and Walter Heard. terof and quarter-after the hour tlO. in its Hunting Room, Columbia

10:43: jn.-Listening Post ABC 6:45: p.m.-National Pleasure Parade Bank] [First What I Can Do For My Churchin will go by way of Killarney Kor- i I I for Mrs.Europe.Leon Page before sailing r A. Allikon to of Cheater A. Robinson etUI I Room and Cafe Bar. !
[Carla Publishing Co. satisfaction mts
] 1948. ner. Buses leaving on the hour Forest E Robert et ax to James H. Of course the overwhelming
7:00: p.m.-Five Star Final I John Holt will return to his
11:00 8.m.-Breakfast ItPrCO [G... Stuart, Inc.] The Rev. Albert H. D. Besal-- and half-hour will go down Or- I Rowntree et ox mtf SI.OOO. percentage of New Yorkers justas CANNONMILLS
wood ABC
A art course in New York tomorrow John P. Kolar et al to Mead P. Closeet
Gamble] 7:15 p.m.-Elmer Davis ABC ski Trinity Evangelical Lutheran ange Ave., reverse of the present I after spending the holidays nx mtc S3 OOO in the nation's smaller cities

11:15 a.m. Breakfast In Holly' 7:JO p.m.-The Tommy Done,., pastor, will bring a New- schedule. I Nellie O Hand to Benjamin Lawrence and towns, will be toasting the I
wood ABC [Kellogg] Show tomorrow at 10 LECTURE-The next lecturein i at home. Vener et ax wd $10. I New Year's arrival in the
Year's message I Mr. and Mrs. Bob Craig of De- J. A. Jeffroat et ax to Gavin A. Ralston more !
11:30: a.m. Calen Drake ABC 1:00: p.m.-The Song Shop [14Ui '
a.m. on the subject, A Lesson I the Monday afternoon series et ax wd $10 reasonable quiet of their own
[Helton] Air Force] triot are here for a visit with her Gavin A. Ralston et ax to 3. A Jeffcoatmte
from Emmaus. offered by the Unitarian Woman's homes.JACKSONVILLE. !
11:45 a.m.-Ted Malone ABC B:15: p.m.-Peter Donald ShowWestinghouse parents Mr. and Mrs. Leon 1'7.1228.Fred
IStanback] Alliance of Winter Park will A Ravenscroft, et nx to M. H. Mc-
[ ) Central' Bible Church will) be.gin AIRPORT
Page. Nutt et mtc 1.000.
8 JO Pop ABCAmerican ax
12:00: Noon Welcome Travelers p.m.ox[ Express Watch Night service' at I be Jan. 5 at 4 p.m. in the Wom- Dr. Walter Johnston leaves to- M. H. McNatt, et ax to Fred A. Ravens-
ABC (Procter Jk : an's Club. Prof. F. W. C. Hersey croft et ax wd tlOi .
':00 p.m.-Abbott *; Costello ABC 10 conducted by the Rev.'
p.m. ( .
12 30 p.m.-Noon Edition '::30 p.m.-TEA Carroll X. Blakeslee' pastor. will discuss A Walk in Dickens- the convention of the American Fund of the State of Fla. to L B. Mc- ORLANDOFollow
10-00: p.m.-Bin Crosby ABC i land From London to Canter- Leod Construction, Co.. Inc. d $33
12:45. p.m.-Cracker Jim-Grove [Philco Corporation Young people will be in chargeof ibury. Medical Assn. He will drive I Mary Lou Helm to Jackson H. Wheeler

Ranch 10 JO p.m.-TEA special music and devotions at 1 north with his brother W. A. satisfaction of mtc. Adolfo
Interstate Development Co.
and Mrs. Cur
1:00: r jn.-Baukhage Talking ABC 11:00: p.m.-News of Tomorrow the First Presbyterian: Church Johnston Mrs. Johnston and two Otero et ax wd tl. Arrows
[IO'Harra'Moorej I tis J. Ufford of Clarendon Ave. I Paul B Elliott et ax to J. A. Jeffcoat
1:15 11:15 p.m.-5ullrar Bowl Pre-Game !, children of Chicago who have
p.m.-R.dlo Society [South Dinner celebrated their 50th wedding mtc S4400
Atlantic Gas Co.] I been the Johnstons' guests for .1. A. Jeffroat et nz to Paul B. Elliott:
1:30 1130: p.m.-Gems for Thought ABC j anniversary Monday. They had mother et nx wd SIO
p.m.-HiU Billy Hit Parade Christmas. Dr. Johnston's -
with them for the event their Roscoe F. Brook et ax to Alton B. Whit-
11:35 Dance Orchestra ABC GREAT
J:00: . South American Way p.m.- II Mrs. Kate Johnson of Wisconsin man et ax mtc 11.500. 12
1:15 :.:.:Barry Wood Show 12:00 Midnight News son Joel C. Ufford Mrs. Ufford who was also here for Walter F. Duncan, et ox to Jess J- .
tCtntralFloridaTruck 12:05: a.m.-The Owl Room ( and three children from Ithaca a eavesetux wd $10. '
Sales Inc.] N. Y. who here for I Christmas is remaining for a The First National Bank of Winter Oar- MIAMIi
1:00 a.m.-Sign Off are two den to Walter P. Duncan et ux satisfaction '- ACTS
&ohllt fJ&r weeks: their other son, Leo Uf- longer stay. I of mts. "
I Mrs. Laura Hersloff, Santa Fe, Peninsular Life Insurance Co. to wall .
ford Mrs. Ufford and two chil-- ,
; sm I. Hall et ax satisfaction of mts
dren from Mount Dora. They N. Mex., is here visiting her parents William Cole et ax to Theodore A. Peterson I i D.ytou Iud 0 0 blcbri.

tinBILL were entertained at dinner at the Mr. and Mrs. Nils Hersloff William et ax wd Cole$10.et ax to Donald L. Peterson I Tampa SI Ptttnbirt Fed Myers 25 Performers
Alexander PL
on I
Zellwood Inn.REALTORS. I et ax wd $10. .
Palm Buck
Sarasota EradutM !
Mrs. J. F. Cardwell of Essex Joseph P. Neloon et ax to James J. Bou- ,
Ray Greene, H. gas et ax wd 510.Edna i
On. of tie Greatest
ThE ADVENTURES Of I Rd. has as her guests her son- .
W. Barnum Mrs. Gertrude Royal I W. Shook to Kenneth 1: Arnett et WililulIenic8 W
in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. ax satisfaction of mts. Air Shows of the
), Earl Shannon and Mrs. Ed- Kenneth E: Arnett et nx to The Volunteer In TeL Mil! In MNU.rouab oJ
wina Dyke will represent Winter C. C. Lovewell and children Kar- State Life Insurance Co. mtc $7OOO. KoU TiDiiuM Imn sad I,i I* Nation! ..L.

OJZ/E* Park when the Florida Assn. of en and Michael, and also Dr. Cyril -I I et Daisy ax wd Lurk 110.I Follansby to William WalesI

Realtors meets for the installa-i Woolcock all of Royal Oak I Earl. Gorman to C. O. Kuharske et nx wd (5$by Wei

tion of officers on Saturday nightat I Mich. I i $10i Gulf Ufe Insurance,, Co.. to Horace A. If. SEEAN
HARRIEr"fiffI the Angebilt I Miss Lucy O'Steen has gone toi Newman et ax satisfaction of mts.
Greenville S. C., with her uncle E. B. Fisher et nx to Mary Oandee
't \, REPORT on Jimmie Moore 16- I i i' Bourne wd $10. AIRPLANE LAND
..ct.<> and aunt, :Mr. and Mrs. Lowell | J. M Pierre et ax to Albert Hit clnboth-
:\! vear-old sophomore of the Winter -
,- ', i She will be home the am et ax wd $10i .
Campbell. ON A CARSEES
( erJMmY Park High School is that he i Florida Park Cemetery Co. to L. C. Cox ,
t. x. .._ is resting fairly well after I first of the week. i et tl cd tlO I.
surgery Mrs. Alice Reed of Antonette Elbert C. Holcomb et nx to Brae, K.
FEIN BING CROSBY performed :yesterday in Orange Halley et ax agreement for d $4 200.
5:15 P.M.-TERRY_ Aye, is a patient at Orange Me- Nora L. Wright to Bennie Pope ElUnston
: AND THE 10:00: P.M.-BDJG CROSBY SHOW Memorial Hospital He suffered -'I ,. I
THIS et saUda.toln .f set
PIRATES . Bill Fein is the OOID@J.1l1N'GHTWDBO9:30 morial Hospital, where she was 1111
ubo Philco and the local Associated severe head and neck in- Bennie Popo Bl'lnnon: et ax to W. O.
man thrills millions
young our kids every afternoon :: Store bring you Americas juries when the horse he was rid-,I taken yesterday. Perclval City of et Orlando ax rate to$1 Richard 600. Lewis Pie. et i A Man Picked Up By An
I Mr. and Mrs. Otto Muehlemey-
"Terry. Terry and his friends beet-loved and most-listened-to P.M. ing was struck by an auto at al d $10.
come to trips with desperate and baritone when Bing. Ken Carpen Formosa and er of Rockford Ill, will arrive Airplane With A Rope
Ayes.I .
dangerous/ evil-doers but right is ter. John Scott Trotter and guests Michigan the Collins Ladder From An
might/ and the forces of law and bring ABC listeners their great I earlier this month. He is the son tomorrow to occupy
order prevail. Quaker Oats makes half-hour every Bingsday night at I house at Lasbury and Phelps. AutomobUeSEE
this quarter-hour available every 10-00: p.m. Every note day Monday thru Friday. -a great kick1!! ,
for Toronto. where she is on

I Don't let your New Year's' party sag in the' middle.' We hare I I the faculty of the University of Thinking of Radios?
Grove &Raneh-l 2:45 PM. Radio Society-lrlS PM.WHOO'S Toronto after spending Christ-
the latest in party records for your enjoyment and for the I
amusement of friends. mas holiday with her parents !
roving reporter views Ruth Smith takes you through jour Dr. and Mrs. H. T. Fer 1 I ASSOCIATED STORES SUGGESTS A Don Edwards Defy Death
agricultural world Monday Central Florida's I
through Friday.Wednesday Monday through Friday.Society World Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Mooi. leave I When He Leaps From an

Ring in a Happy New Year with Snatch It and Grab It tomorrow for Daytona Beach to Airplane Flying at 10.000

Hodges District- Interview SuperintendIon.- Arch Wednesday. owner-Mrs.of! Crete-Stone Lenna S. Bran.In Julia Lee Hurry On Down Nellie Lutcher. He's A Real spend several days with Mr. and Feet and Not Open His

en!. Zellwood Drainage and dustrie*. and successful manu Gone Guy Nellie Lutcher, the Song Is Ended Nellie Mrs. E. L. King. Chute Until He Is a Few
Water Control District facturer of building tiles at her Lutcher. Mother's Paul Smith [Rachel II.
I My Eyes Nellie Lutcher, Nowhere Mr. 'and Mrs. PHILCOFlOca Hundred Feet From the
Thursday. Jan. 1. 1948-Interview City Road plant. Red Ingle Temptation-Red Ingle Song of Indians-Red Sanders] of Union, S. C.. are .

Mr. James S. Bryant Field Thursday-New Years Resolutions -. Ingle. Shore Your Blues Away-Dave Franklin-and many spending their honeymoon herewith Ground.
Superintendent. Ramie Mills of of well-known
people in
Florida. luc.Friday. Central Florida. others. her grandparents Mr. and

I Mrs. J. B. May. They -rere mar- Kaolos Bk. tt.rli.fl swoffer

-Mr.. C.ian J. 2.Williams.IMS-Interview Orlando 'Friday-Mrs.matron of Martha the Orlando Lancaster.. We Also Have the Latest 'I ried Christmas Day. go.. the aijlirf pee seed I COME EARLY

Horticulturist who employs aoiINurwr)' Association for D 25 T Albums- | Mr. and lIrs.Y.. E. Snipes of A.. ht .....- ;.+i srfon _. Soy
steaming sterilization process. years. Cuthlx>rt. Ga.. are here for a visit -U----- yew NEW fHILCO ee easy Unsa !

Benny Goodman King Cole VoL 3 Stan Kenton i with their daughter: Mrs KtheL-1I V at Associated.
Jazz at'the Philharmonic I een Bailey, and their two grand- I , --, PAY AS $4' A I FREE

For Hours of Pleasure I sons. I '- :, LITTIE AS JL WEEK ON AIRPORT
Friends here will be distressedto I
;: bw I learn that Miss Mary Knapp, Lag U'- ,

A1d ) U who went to Texas to spend CHILDREN UNDER 10 FREE
; UNIQUE RECORD : Christmas with her brother. slipped

as she was leaving the air-
[ port, breaking her hip. She is in
SHOP a Texas hospitaL
Sponsored by
31 East Church Street I Egypt has an average of about AMVETS1Poge

990 ON YOUR DIAL i Phone 3.1833 Open From *- 9 half an acre of arable land per I
: i I inhabitant and much of that land

cannot be cultivated.


Stocks Swing Daily Citrus Auction Livestock Marts Classified 18. Travel Information 19. Services Offered i rlZnb &,tihtfl

005061Fs.66a ltd I WANTED by ".T R. t.Ohio t 1m.and PLTJMBIKO.guaranteed .Pta.. Phon Bill Mt.059.... PAGE 1 WED. DEe CJ 1"41

Higher After ia. Boils w B. lad. expansaa; Ben Marsh. Riley'l Park. Kesldence 1729 Grand.PAINTING -
a. C. 61 Mt. Dora. 38. Articles for Rent
] [ ]
CTTT-Msrkrt Oat Car.... Car AVI. Car I Sentinel.SUr .. will PAPNOIGW.
New York City .sale) ___n_ _._ __ _._ ___ +_ __ -- --- Livestock arrivals totle 5 Want-Ad 17. Hauling and Moving tractors gladly. who will rl.l. TEA "e a"a.
Early Selling Philadelphia (higher) __,n___ ___ 3 2 & I. 3 I S 45a 2 3 I';cattle Bat withestimates t. .ae .k o J
Boston (higher __ few 3 5 746 1 2 25-clves, Dally 2 p U AERO MAYFLOWER TRANSIT on your. painting or paperhaaemg Office E..lpo.a& EICt.n... S
.nn - n. c
DOM/.JONIS AVRAOS I' Pittsburgh (unchanged- u.) ______ _ 3 292 __ .4__ ..351 2 2.2 at packing plants Minimum Loot distance moving. Call lIP prll.O.. Dealers 'in qual Corona At 2 s. Ma.7:' _

dEW YOlk (UPI Cle.ia.dasssl.) u.______ _ n _ ___ .:_ __ u -- Sunday 3 pr hal er Van and ltrl. service for free e pnuct 8trc Co. 2 S. RENTALS -
Moultrie -
at Albany, Columbus Minimum eharee _ _ _ 811a
Huh. lew Close Net Ch. Chicago (irregular! 2 4 87 r estimates; o.1 moving stor 3163 TER '
teckei M lads 1T.2S Oaen 1M.M 171.4J 180.SS u. I." St. Louis (lower* == = l 2 : == :=: : 3.10 == == ''Thomasvil'e and Tifton Ga.; 3 Ccn.?caUve Days 20e lino a day age. packing crating and ablpping. PAITP..rhDer. Tour work Check witS George e.uarter y U .
Dayi 18e dar a
M 60. 4) ".7' 91.69 It* .. I Cincinnati tuo sale) --- -- -- iDothan Ala. and Jacksonville Co.c.U.e 1. a 1400 8. Division: Ph'988. Immel.tl bJ Main s,.. phone 8158. attA&_
e.prne _
1.,1. 1. : ; Count S Word Una
: : : i .
40 1 282Baltimore Anr. yTOL
. 31.81 33.21 MB Detroit -------------:::: j 3--; j ;; m'l I P Sn Pha. .2
U.l .1 : ASSURED LOW rates household .
n.1 ship
I Sfaa ." 4.M u... ; higher) -- ______ : 3 1 3.15 ;: and Tallahassee, Fl. National Out .Stats) Bataa Specialists N. G.dWork RAPl& preyeskfl- .
.ISCk'J.1 ill averaaeayesterday Totals -.--- u____ I' 2.11 a 3.1 22 4 5 T 296 Single l.ron 35e per line ments. Y. all coastal P"n steed. E. po*< L-JW> ra; -
The hog mostly Ability. 423 Bo. .
Tr..ut points. Orange Ae.Orl.ndo
H CatO.S. -
: .. a-higher; b-lower. I I 3 CO.cullv. 3Oe 1ne a d.J Phone_3-2.75. frl. equipment cor. &
.ulri.l. 10.5 .. Medium T Consecutive Days 25e 24.06.BAOM Tool
GRAPEFRUIT [ steady to strong. to l a YO' -: 11
1.10 Ulill.4J.5.tl 2U.l0. I ( I PIPS CUT and m1
C CI'. Florida Std. Sod Rlv choice barrows and gilts weighing \w DANCING An types. tre.ded t*ou specification. W. '3. -
Sends ._ elf ..n ..d. Boxes Wtl Boxes I Advertisera reauestedl notify class Instruction. Ph. P. IPI
-? -- --- .1 Ce.630W.Church AH
Rental tra: 5
4 t>t Rails, -___. _ CITY-Market term Cat ATS. Cr CarAtg | 180-240 lbs. were quote$25- ua inunediatalir ef any errera 3-106. Jane Dlckson Studios 29 W. ; $ TJ-HATJL-rT ; t
.IO.Olef..14 'O.
10 2nd Mail _n___-____. 15.1 : New York City (no sale) ____ ._. $25.25 with their ads aa the SantineMtar will ..Hours_noon till 10 PICIPNsP.iar.tl types and. slses for ert.-T-. I .? '
__ ii in 1 1.55 ii in cosely-sre pjn._ Efficient: s- -
!' Util. u. 1.04 Philadelphia (higher) ae responsible far only ana Maurract .eoru'
Inds ___ onn.________.10.1_ '.. Boston (aach'Ded _h_ __ __ __ hauls around of inaartien.AH DFEM'S DELIVERY SERVICE-Phone tered Pharmacists. Fr* .. It bank. ' u. .1.. Fo ">. andClay -
.nn $25.5.
1 '__ ____ _ __ ___ __ 246. llsht mon. and h.aI; ..Ph..ap.__Orange & Central. StJWlnterPmrk-
MARKETS AT A CLANCC Cleveland Pltuburb(no uu sale) __ ______ __ ___ _ 240-270 lbs $24.50-$25; Want-Ads start In The Or.nd __ PAINTING AND I DO Rent
New Vet* Chicago u_ ___0__ ____ __ __ _ 270 and up, $22$24.75; 160- I siorninc Sentinel and are r1el. ter DEORAToB nWORK.TOU1F. "
._ __ _______ __ ___ __ lbs in both The Sentinel and PE STORAGE and Wa.hoa Pant ; 1
St. Louis ___
STOCKS: Miihert leaders moderate -n Stewart Decorating Uttle. 8m 11 i-
180 Ibs. ; 140-160 Orlando Evening Star .. 'for Allied .a.rnt. costs cry > .
Cincinnati ( ) __ ____ 0 t. .
no --- -- --- Fh.2-1493.Ucensed and N. .
BONDS. : Mixedi chanoea narrow. Detroit .I n_________ ______ __ _n __ _._ _. -- ; and 120-140 Ibs. IbS-1 I.t. Ine. Information without obligationon bonded Orange .0 R.UroaI
COTTON ; covering.Chicaee Oower) __n____________ _________ I 220 1 1.95 1 2 Iii I S2.$25 rhe Wint-Ad Dpoment.open local and long dlt.nce moving. ifU-PATCO-
Q.o B.ltoor._ -__--_________._--_ n __ ___0__ 1 2.20 2 1.1 1 2.58 Meium and good sows were from 8'3U a t P.I. d.1 Also packlig. storing crtl.. 56- I S3. Articles for Sale
Tot.1 GRAPEFRUIT : Sunday from S am. 61 W. J.eksl C.I 94.PAITNGBou
WHEATi Steady f' mill huylna. 1 -
( In for
mosty Deadline Suncay Sator-
CORNS Staadvi li"t cntP oHerims.OATS Std Ind. Ri.. 'n. I II to P.pr FULFORD VAN & STORAGE CO.- P.iU. I an art immediate 1 1 ai t
: Stoadys sienal auppert.HOOS C-U.rkt term Sid. Boxes WU'b Boies lOIN In rattle, the market was day Doa. Can handle load or pan load t or e.ne tmpr. oa Co.. 630 deU.n.W. r.I .f *0.
sale) ____ __ __ __ I .. Paint safe. Stanley P. Curtis Sup
from .
to You Can
: lowers to* $28. Me. CD --- -- Place Your Mass. and New
X CATTLE 5 1 cents top Philadelphia (higher) nun 1 2.2 2 3 6 ? -- j I strong for all Maujshter classes. For Daol Ph. 8286 or 135 N. York "2 for eat.t. ASBESTOS ROOF BRING:. *-. 'y
.dJ .5 i Boston ( ________ ___ __ __ 1 3 .\ small supply of good fatslaughter Want-Ad by TelephoneDial e.Um.t. PA.INnNilPAPEIt: hanging ceilings hex. White asbestos smi: 4 .ik-ia.
nO.7s aac.n.d_ nun______ .. ___ __ __' _0 1 S-95 't 4161 KNOLLENBERG'S Local moving.atorase. whitened; A-I. reasonable. work at NEW YORK in I Pttbu.b(no sale) _n_________ -- ___ -- --- -- -- Itl'r and hI"r crating packing. Also guaranteed; and bonded. A.I.b. M Nebrj
[AP] the 13 Cln.lad n --u._____________-_---. __ ___ __ __ ___ 255 ,, 450 and up were agent for Delcber's Long DistanceMoving. ph.1clod AMMUNITION lan er, .Z3-
million-share session of the Chl'"O. -_ n_________ ___ _ ___ 2 2.37Cincnns "IIahlnl Ibs. O Mary_St._Dial 4965. Kno"ltn 3313L Ins rIfle; hollow pnt; .r J, _- ,H

month. stocks generally swung I Detroit C_ _======:= -- n- :: =: :: o -2 210I quoted 22-S27.50.. I II I 8. t unerat-floral Designs. LONG DISTANCE MOVING AU Plumbl GSIRVCW..t,Ceta ..I Wyckoffs Hdw .25J4K__ _

toward recovery in yesterday's Baltimore- -_-_-.--_.________=:ew- 19- n_ 1 22- 3 21 I Ieium'grades ranged $17- FUNERAL SPRAYS and de.lln for point.. Packing. crating loa mov Bryan. &J-2236. Shot 73.. AIRPLANE log 1 UODJ KG Fir- J
awe Moving & Co.. out
___ ___ few 1 2 25 4 BUG AND = .
market I u nnun 1.1 1 2.1 kinds at $131 all Florida. twice UPHOLTY SJ49S. 12SO. t .&
TOI.1 S23 cmmon C.nt.1 funeral Dlwne.Alc& 115 W. Columbia. Phone 115 66 way Dra now Su r. 1 'FShop.
I .
There was considerable blte $18. Canner Cutter d.1 c at Cauelberty nlc.Winter. Park. Colors revive. Cleaned in your hom. 217 N. Main: ""> <

tax selling for cash but was heifers and bulls were Phone 2-2221 18._Laundry Wort again same day Phone AMMTJNrnON* dicoroa.13
of ,
Orlanoo Duracleanera, 71S Franklin 20 and 28 gauge tr..'.'. B T
absorbed without difficulty. I Stock I : ,10. Baby Miters-Child Care"BABY LAUNDRY-Do your own with modern 8t._ 16 Loan Office, :27Sliest A Ct'-Jl
Closing Quotations lH equipment. 60c hour rental.Rasey's .
Prices hardened all along the t. ', beef cows brought'' Laundry per Ill W. RADIO and sm.1 appliance repair _
Meium AND CARE-Day. week S.l-enlc service. Free
line after midday. with rails reviving Hd. Low Last Hda. High; Lew Last !: .. common kinds were J, or hour, CHI carl pro.ld.d I .. pick-up and na.nt.d city. APPLIANCES-Quaker heatr t-

on hopes of a New Year's 1 ACF-BriU Mot -._ 73 It. I'. 61. st Stl Sett 16 14>. 14'. H". Cutters $12-' 103 E. Harvard. 2-3296. __ __ Caldwell Harvey Ph. -.Iha. P' ranges refrigerates..
Air Reduction 59 2526'4 Northn R, Pf 56 39, 3) 39'. 1.2$16.5. realze la. services Ollered .I r.d and small a: i !.
gift in the shape of a rate boost -= 26. 1 13 37'37 'I and' BABY SITIER-Acailable evenings; or iDIOREPAI by skilled tech- 210 U. v.-it-je,
'SII. Orl.ad Appl.J
i Alaska: IU : : = I canners, : ; ,hut-in_ Ph. ALLIS CHALMERS SERVICE and yon wait. Dally pickup e .
Steels motor.. and a wide assort !, Allegheny :r'r'== : I === 13 3H4 31',. % $ -S10. 2421.- - and delivery Satisfaction e.1 43.
.. 11'. 11*. % sfcelly canners, tractors and power s.I" _
i 40
of industrials Alleg bid SIb i 1 CARE la pat. 1at Oultars;
ment showe gi u 30'0 Gulf Ohio 39 14U 13U I I: and medium sausage CHI Ennlnl ou Home Machinery I guaranteed Oil "SoUl" .1 BrittsGeneral cRDION8 C .
5 191 188V4 Common C. t -
Al Chem ft Dn. Mol Flectrle" .ophne
I _'.I.phone N. Or-
of fractions to a tt Allis-Ch Mfg 16 39J. 39'. 39** I Gulf :L um_ 9 .5. 75 .5 I bull sold while a 2-2711. y. Rlls,: phone 2-273 _ angeAve. l>hone 3-1618. clarinets: .Ioi HrmoIA Ofice27W. .'
7', 7'. I $12.JIG.5 TINY TOT DAY NURSERY-Mrs. W. .
the close, with scattered Am Airlines 117 7' A For trailers RUOS _ Cuc
Issue Hayes Mfg 8'. 8 I'. pV'hter were R. Corbeau. B. N. E. WNING8ANOPIE .
> 319 VP0LEY-
Rod 4 6' few good
Am Cable Jc 4 nn 1 I i Rn.Phon. AUTOMATIC WATER ANorge -
.a Venetian
up better than 3. Transfers of 4 lestake Mia ____ 38', 38'. 384. 7687. New Clrt.lS t.r.alas. Expert
.. .
Am Can '175'4 1 I''quotwl $22-r-: 1 i. 1..r' Je. blnd.. 0 ., Guaranteed I and McrUano. U and
btl.I. I mothproofing
shares compared with Am Car & Pdl _, I 41'. Houston Oil nn. 27t. 2t> 215. 8 p.m'til 10 ..m unIr. Ph 40 gallon. r.
1,0 Am CJ.n.mld u, 27 .1..1. '. 39*. Hudson Motor ---.- 30 21 20l 21 I Medium f .es wrrl S16-S21, S. 1126. Flrd. A"Ds 2-29. Klen. Co. of Ol.no.UFI ._ A few top a,4 3S
Monday and were the -ulhe tbl electrc. :0
11. Notices
Am 86 2'. 2 2'1- calveand vealersraned > special EATON s lC AU
largest since Dec. 22. lAm Home Prod --- 24V. 24'. 24. Illinois Central n__ 77 31'. 21". 3. fl.non ALARM CLOCKS REPAIE Any I dom.te and eomec.1refrll.r.tor. sa I.d.t I.ta'UIJ 1..1
l Am Locomotive-- 1 19'. 20 vi i I Interlake Iron u_, 9 13*s 1. fl'l SI.1-SI8, and culls AMANDA BRADFORD-Psychic read kind of clock or eulpm.nt upr r.p.td I b. tr. Tome Theater
Press 60-Mork Am Pow & Lt -.5 8, 7. 8 I Int Harvester nU 17 881. 88'. i in,. circle 2.30 Tues. 561 West Columbia We fix everything. trained technlcl.n. work guar block. .d Kte; 8136.

A58latr Am Sad & 8t SAm 30 144 14% Int Nick a 69 26',. 26': : brought $6-51X75. Aw.; phone 2-2331.___ Shop.: 48_W. Central._Ph._7696. anteed. WU.rd Xelr. 709 N.
was up .7 of a point Roll Mill 28 32 31'a f. Int Paper ====== tl 55 53 : I ANTIQUES-China art gowU. s.t

at 6&3 best level since last Am Smelt A RAm =_ 1 55'. 55 55". 1 Int Tt4 "Tel ____.138 12. 125. CC'G. OIPI' ISDA' Hogs: 1.0.l S. PARKER-Spiritualist; circle Monday and; r.d1 BUILDING help of ADVIC.information on and MF M Conl.low EATO SERVICE Ph 118.-_Com Al mO.r tatJe. P,.,ai.s. sf> '..

Stl Fdrs . 28'i 28 28 H i .11' lower. Bar. d.1. .1 kmd C.I M. household repair .Ucl TurUIc. b.rl. ,
Wednesday and the widest - ... '10' 8 Phone 3-1412. Nebraska. ecl.l L.r if
Johns-Msnville 40'40 40' __ I.net
Am Sugar Ref -= 17 451. 441'. 43 1 sri gilts more th.n 250 Ibs and .0.. I Good work, charges reasonable Per.usonRefrsseratonSeryice Auction Next
jump since Oct. 14. It was the Am Tel & Tel 34 1SO. 15'. IS'. Jones & L. Sty ._. 33's 33"s 33'. dehne. Top 28 00. Bunt AE piucEa paid for oran&r BEAD AND PEARL STRINGING .Ph. 9752. 733 W. S.le. : 3-O1M.aucujn J.a a-O..
broadest market since Dec. Am Tob BAm _ __ 14 68".. Joy Mfg un_ 39". 38.. 39'. .uffrr.-od I.et choice 170-240 Ibs butr '27 25- ) Phone .113. A. 1 So. Expert jewelry r. .U. Jere Betty In youTliome.
% Viscose __ 59'. 59>4 59'K- ** no most good choice 240-300 Ibs Jeweiler.Slagruder Arcade._ 5UPVE.mde -QUEVlnr unusual ac )P
Of 1,099 1luf registering, Am Wit n 2 8 '1. 8 Kennecot Cop n__ 25 48'. 47a! 48>. ft OO-n: OO few lad.,0 and choice NOTICE AO REAL ESTATE BrokersMy IUtZE SERVICE clearing, after only.. Ph .._.;1 la-
Wk .0 p.m.
most good property locatedat 915 Floral -3238 ( Lh. Uon. daily Inspection for f. o
4V 'tt
and fell. Am 21 43Ts 350 2500 So.s Also pan I ,
- 19th
rose : : 33 5 5 IW Dr. 1s oil the market. Joseph I.dl. A. Beery JeweUer, iSLa
;' Anaconda 56 33'. 33'. Lc; o. 'i an4 :30O-50O IM 21 00-24 OO. K Sort and p.lm.lo Phuue .r
remained ;1 Armour ol 21 14>4 14 C AT N - 12 )0.! 10. fa'l8.000:. : raUev 80O Medium to S.limutt.READINGS. 2-4427. 3. T. UUrdOL I KiiPTIC TANKS Cleaned: Modern Arcade._ _ _ _ _
Bonds 1'
somewhat Ir. 4 1.1D-O-P Glaus 8 55 54', In'ffitH' sanitary pumping equipment Reasonable. .
: 39 14'. 14". '. --- f and lieiferi predominated AWNINGS. CANOPIES F 7-
i 000.
regular. At Chicago wheat was 1 &T & ._ -. 94's 92'. 14'a IJbby.McN ft L -. '2a g'. 9's '. r..I s.eers They *> on slaw msr- DAILY at 44% W. CON rRAc BUILDING-New homes Bnrke'a Sewage tlisposaL Rt 1.1.Venetian blinds o li.
1 0 lo..r Church St. Irom 9 a m. to 4 buiialr.g; any r.P r
Uasrtt & Myers 7 57 51All P.O I9.Box 231. 2-0678. .
.==. > scarce knd. ,
mere vsUgtaUa. : '
All 49 47 49 __ Co' :
Coast Un > a
4 ; "et Choice 5o.S31nullcrest
to 2 cents bushel OUfl. D. D. 133 E. .
unchanged M. Greaser Concord
up a Refimng SI; 38>4 35'. i l Locihted Airr 41 13.. ,. vv.0 steady. Uw I slerspcbolceI by Kef. Al'e : seance Flad ; 2-032. SEPTIC TANKS and I A. Ph i.- i -4
U to ,0% and oats Atlas _. _-: 2 22', r- Loew's Iud 1 11 1:. 11 ""MM p..r.Ib steers topped.at 38 75. Nut highest 'u.". 2.3 rod Inn at 512 CONCRETE SERVICE Floors. ror. State .INS 20 years I 2
of +
"m to up 1. Cotton advanced Avco Cor. ___:::. 6 ft . :2': Lorillard P) __ :i- 19 % 19 ori-.. ..38 25. Most medium and Sunoay.W. C.nu.1 frou t S 0.1 and driveways, steps and ..11. t.IWles..n.d Altcrmatt Call o730 or PARTo OAI arcm. u. ;
best -f
24503200.fhoire ____ In engineering rer
ood and yearlings .orkm.a.hlp Jffll forseryice. rant,. slat ,
60 cents to $1.70 a bale. ___ > Mark Trucks I m 52': 52' ot.r. about ] Cows steady, to SPENCER SUPPORTS Individually and matel.1 Fe estimates. For ___ email apartment. c.b.et. ...t'r.
5 ldIoe n 97 I4 13'S W. ==== 1 : : 2.0. to eo kinds, call 6780or9530 TANK Grease traps In'stalled. 0& .
Turnover here was Bait & Ohio 41 12512 & 2 I..r. BII. .le. stronjr designed to your m..arm.nt.; forelm. geware pumped, hauled; able. Modern (
3,0 0 1' M Field 23 2. 23 23'. Buchanan Concrete Co. Ap.at 1 :
-- to i .
rah.1 9 and children. For N.
shares versus 1 Barnsdall n. 16 384 38'. 145. 14'. higher. .I.r 320. Ct .om.n. appointment I vain fields relayed Sanitary Septic Oa98o.ARMY
310,0 | Bendlx .."01 n- 22 30 29'. 30 Midland GL.6 1 .2 42I tr. 1450. H e.vy.aUIsge bul. 0. call Mrs. Cuibreth former CAPENTERINcWould"a like a I 'Fisk Co. Ph. 2-3413. P.O. Box jail JACKETS Brr"ir"s
Best Foods . __ S 30'. 21'. 30'. '1 = > t.n"Yh. 4._ I rep.l. Jsrketi. FOr
I MoK.n-T. 9 4 4% 4 I lV T lTsrOTLIGHT I C rlottes. free I SURGERY-An kinds. Palmstrimmed co. 100 a' .
i Beth Steel 23 103'. 102. 103% .._ k.tl.n. lined. 813.93. '. .,.
unn Chem 61 61 i iI closing pi.icsendnetchan SUPPORTS Individually I or removed. Dangerous 6a/
Citrus Report Blatr-Knox -. 24 15'. 14'. 15 Monunt Ward S31. 1% 53 NEW YORK CAP.f> tho.15 mont ottIvo SPENC 1202 E. W.shmlton Ph. I Oloee. 651.CLANINGADPREIHG trees our specialty. Pine tree removed Store. t K. Church SI _ _
Boeing Airplane = 18 22'. : mCo _== I I Cash
: Murray p 16 16 aBor.Wsrirr : 2-3506. Mrs. _ cheap. Lots cleared. Licensed ARMY ship- nt of
CARLOT SHIPMENTS REPORTED FOR Borden Co ,nu 11 61'. 4 4'N, I >t cks ysteedsylPan I,.. I .r.a."IAVIPROPUCS91tMecal .W save you J. P. 116 Irvin. tPtii. t.ar
up bade !.tn
THE U. S. FOR MONDAY ___n_ 10 53', 53. Nash-Kelvinator. .n 17'. I'P' Am A..au._. 1,20.111. Bid* money. Bring uj your clothes. 6u- I Phoe 2-14 dek and many o'io.r.. .te.
I Fla.l, C'I.IAr La. T.o.IO'ndCopim.di i: Braniff Alto 30 7>4 1 H. Nat Airlines .___._ 3 'I 55n .. Peon Ceo Etoctrc 00 SI.let t.30 t .0. Telephone8452. senor C..nen 214 Boone St. TRACTOR SERVICE New ground 7.01.. P.r. Ar 444 ,W.Curh .
_Ile.carat' .carsitotalOraagea I Bridgeport Brass -- 16 10 9'. 10 Hat Auto Fib __u__ 10V. 10'. 10'. Tel 14.2J5" CONTRACTOR and builders-Newbuildings I plowed. Lots leveled discing. Phone -ln7 S\I.
.. I 1091 21 II I 112 10 31> 31'. 31'. 1 *. T.I 1.-1'1 no WILL ANN .
4 HAL--.n" ,
Nst Biscuit 30 30'30' Wealso
Grapefruit !i I 1' I 51 ,I I :i : d.C'f. ======= 60 10 V. 9'. 10 i I Nat Can _.====== 22 55 5' 8'. : NY Ce.tra' 1 2.14 .. Rickey. 65. I rl.rd ; r.ml.I rp.I. I a-7283or2-2926._ _ ADDING MACHINES-EireW.r, S;63,
I na.United opr.t.
K.ith fr..I.
Mixed citrus I 111 V I I 13IJMMARY Sub W.lb _.n 1 34'. 36'. 3.'. Nat Cash Reg ___ I 43 .2 43 R.d. IJ.I.O.OI. UPGen ,.. to her income tax? .ho\ A Orer. N. 0 I VPHOI.STERY-Purntur. rebuilt and .Euutp. Co. 390 N. Orare A im.
Burr 14'. U Corp 12.400.21. I re-covered. No obligation for estimate Imech.t. Florida
CF PASSINGS THROUGH THft -1 U% Nat Container .n. 21 13'13 13'. ll.SM-STi-j up phpne30115or2x> denr. Bw-
I Motors 68.CNCRrEWORKDra.W
FLORIDA GATEWAYS Bat D.t Pro _0 30 27&. 27'. 21'. Am Airlines 11.700-71 no. 12. Lost and Found : Call Ar.tt 2209 W. Church. 565.AILNB
Including dlnnlon Savannah for 24- Calif-Packing _ 2 32>4 32% 324 Nat Dept Stor. ._ 8 16'. 16. 16'. Gen Pub 11 400'l2'k no. 2-0006. MODELS-Complete' sU8:
hour period ending 'am : I Callahan S-Lead 15 2'. 2 2'. Nat DtlIlers _n_ 50 2H. 21 Comwlth Uli. IOfOO-2'i . DOG LOST-Black curly h.l Undercoat bonded. Southern Stales Floor Co.. ,. VENETIAN BLINDS-Made like new. accessories. HO-O Fa.-
Eait West South Total I C.. Dn 0 AI. 21 14'. 14%' Oypsum _ -_ 27 15'. II'. 18'. Vultea *0. up 1.Baldwin slithtly tinged blue; 8714 or for estimates.CONCRETE L.el pnces. Best sle. Call road b.t racing ..Modr! wupplies. >
Oranges "-'_ .1 ._ .- -_ 1 C.n.d Pacific '1 liu. 11'. 1&.t. Lead _0 I 3.'. 3.'. 3.'. Cons Loco .5-1 ". up *s. medium size squarely built answers 2-220 9558-919 . 214 N. Oranri6""a..
PassionS POTOMAC YARD AND PASS' Carrier Corl 18 16'. 1' 11'. Nat Pow & Lt h__. 1 5. 1,11 13 11 Am a. Far Pow 5.800-I's no. I "Faf. rabies tag on collar 290859; FLOORS etc. We form Orlando F.. _ _ _ _ BOATS-Row. 880 antS np. Cct
INGS AND DIVIIRSION5 AT CINCINNATI Case ( I 45% 45'. Nat Supply n 23 23 Unit Air Linn S.SOO-J urn . lost vicinity between Minneola and pour and finish concrete nor. Our Craft Inc. Pin CasUe, F'...
For 26-hou period sading I s I. .tr I Calrpl Tractor 9 58 5751 58 Nehl Corp on 1 185. 18' 18"I ---- I Astatula on Tavares Rd.: please contact drlveasys ..l. and. steps. For nNfl can .f.ctr Telephone 22.5.UE1HAWARJN.. .
Os,; I Cel.nee Corp 20 28". 28 28'% Ne'port Indu.t ._. I 2. 23' 24Cebotes Coach Ed Black at Clermont. I .um.te. call 56. D.m COD make of blinds or repaint to look like .T .
YanOr. Corp 12 28'. 26NY Central RR 132 CHICAGO PRODUCE I Fla. eiete Orlando Blinds .
Gr. ear Mixed I Cent _0 281. NY hl St L .h_ 2 1' 1 CHICAGO (AP firm: receipts and col ne. V.net.a. ) : aul
.. Foundry n 8 I" 8' 5'. di h 11 133'. 17I Bute pound HAND-BAO- LOST- WOR-PI.t Co., 1739 Kohl ; 859. bandles.CaU Mills A
A." inn C.au. Total Cerro de P.s 10 26'. 26'. Ho Am Aviation .1 8 % U3055; prir one 1. cat. a ,BI.ck.boulde flagstone tbI.
Boston _.._. __ __ __ - . B 87 Lost in orL B.utJa ,
2ChttsiG nit score AA. ; ar.p. BOAT-Motor : ,4ft.WelTenne .
Certain-Teed Prod 29 II". 16II". Northern 20. 19 he 1 steps outdoor fireplaces .ndralF.
I P.cl: 5.0 20l I valuable articles. Reward. dn. ,.
__ __ .
1 the :
n cites Ohio 44 62'. .2 89 C 79 5: e.. sameEifl stepping stones.Ntdv I t
Detroit 1 __ Ch M. di P.c 51 .11 8'. OhIo-. ._n.O 33". 32'. 33'. weak; receipts 19.226: prices utiche Ph. 2-781. ; .a.w.ll. Park 469. rude motor, electric . ,
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JI.Y.Cif.4 1 __ J I' 8' rued to three cents a dozen HOUND white In. and trailer. C.n" seen at 14C1 W. iSt. .
Chi & HW 36 15". 0110 Elevator __ 4 32 lo..r ST-Lm W DRIG2 .eU -
Phlladelph. I __ I u 1" n 3 31.Chrl.l.r 1 and 2 50 No. 3 and P.O. DRIVEWAYS-Hard as concrete claybase t
n Corp 62'. .3'. ___ '23'. H 8. extras No. : walker: or Aanc. . o Ph 31928.BUIEaHARDWAE
rWUmrgh .u 2Previdenro __ __ CIT Ftnsn nn 4 OwenX Gll I 4_9: u. 8. stsndards No. 1 and 2-48: Box 14. Orlando. __ white rock surface Inexpenlive. t.ma Pn.neel no down payment, /:
39 31'. '\
._ 2 __ __ __ __ I .. SI Ilium =-_. : 37 37 37 38'CI. Pac 0. EI.c 25 34'. 36 m.I No. 3 end .: current receipts 44-45; ." I Cal for free ..U.t.. W 36 Tracy's Plumbing
% n SHOTOVN"lhlc. dOlbl. b.rel. Ph 2- .
_. ._ __ ; i 232 Irvin St., Orlando and
Washington 1 't
dirties 38; 37. Pmps. "
Colg.te-P.lm-P -.- S .. 44 ... Pac Tin .n 3 I'. 5' I". tauge. bet..n Sanford and I Co. N. Orange end jallroad.BED
Held for roa nment. Potomac Yard. Col I. n_ l5'. Packard Motor _h' 66 4% .'. 4'. Titusville near Bull Island. Dee. 28. DRAGU'E and clam-shell services. Go. Ph 31252WL
2 Sam.Bixed.trd. ; 4 "rns..; 2 grapefruit; I Colum '. E_h_' 1 11'. 1. 1. P.a Am Airways 172 'I 1'I Stckely-Vsn Camp 13 18 171II I Reward. E C. Hayman. Eanford. Corp.Fill sand and cl.J to.Ie. .Jarco lnlleIra mplet..i CMS

dU. Comb Credit ___.,_ 1 ..0. .0. .0'. P&nlisndle P A R 22 55. 554 8'. Stone ft 11"i! 31'. 11 a.8.uorb.ke Bx 213U2.ELECiCALAPPNC 3468. Orlando Ph b .
. Comb Solvents _0 21'. 21" 21'. P.um Pictures 82 21". 21 21'Com'wlth Web.te 32 1 21'. 21 21'. 14. Beauty ParlorsAMMERMN'5pc.lllne 3-14 BRONZE SCREENINO- Ru-' res;*
CURB STOCKS' Edis 17 28" 28 26'Patios Mln. ______ 1. 10". 10 10Com'with Oil _,33 11'. 11'. Repaired DRILLING-We are equipped ant. 28 to 42-ta. wdth.p. l. f
Co. el Awsr------ 59 Sat 11 2" 2' 2. PnDJ _no. I .2&.2 .21 Sln"SwIft Co ._ _._ 4 35!. 35" 1.I In finest JohnSon shallow and deep wells. Any Corronlced P..lt we- r .
Amer. Oas Ilee. --:.:::::=::: 35 S \ COD Edna _ 8 21'. 21 21'. P.nn-.nt Alrl .u. 21 5'. 5% 5'. and all i Electric Co., 2 E. Church. Phone else up t 8-inch. No water no pay. off, rust resistant. sa. ft. I.

Ark. Mafl .A------------_____ 6S Coc Vul. ,_ _, 1 1'. 1 Penn RR __ u_ 1. n". 17'lv'. Texas S.% 59''i 59!'. qu.l, culture. Popular. .prices. 20 I 5186. Nothing down 36 month to pay. Dept.. lot floor. Sears. '! k .

Amer. Llb* Traction 00_______ 1 Cool BaA __ 1 1". P.p.l-ol. ____ 23'. 23'. 23". Texas Sulph t 56 55 56 E. Pine: 8462.CHARTK. _ I FLOOR SANDING AND Belamy Well Drilling and Pump Sup BED-FuH Size Hollywood. R. atypewriter.
.Bed. ______________ 4 Coot Can 32 Co 53'. 53' 5)u. .Gul 46' 46'. Modern FlBIG ply. Rat 3. Winter Garden R.d Can 1001 B. J- >
Barium -- ----A._ ________ I Coot Motors : _ 33 3f. 7'I 5 'f: ": --_= 1: 47 46', 47 Tex Tel Psc L ft Trust 0 H T 33>"4 44S 33V4 33'4Tide I YBAU S.loa. I I Unit .eulpm.nt; 1 pn.bl.. p.er F.. Phone 7087. S"
Crola Pet. Corp-----------_ __ Coat Oil Dt 43 Sire 2 23' 23', .- Pr- W REPAIRED BCaBn.-2-.1M-
23V 23HTransAmerica workman Stevens Floor Sur-
im i h : r'o : : I Wat A OU 22 23 > manent waving and complete ; .nde. SHlNMACI
Clues Semce ====
Corn Ilchsnie .10 Corp
t i
--:---------------- 33 33 33'4 24 124 13 I faring Co. 6582. service and pickup
Colts Patent Arms ---------------- Corn Products n 5 8". 54 6.a. Phil Morl _nn 50 25'. 25". 25" West Air 18 1 IS'16% ITront { I.nle. Expertly done. Ph. .01. A Caldwell and Harvey. 2213 BINOCULARS-6x30; good eo_._ :
Ulee. Bond .Share Co----------__ 117&trchtId Crane Co _._ 0 3.' 36a .h1. U 62 Tr.n" Corp .. 19 11'1 65. 8" I KELLEY-S BEU SHOP-146 E. YNmREFLUSHE. uphol Edgewater snlce. Dr. College Park. .1: pb. '1629.
.Alrplau Corp. 3% I Crucible 8tet _.n. I 24'. 2.% 2.I tc Sl Ca n.. 10'. 4. 1 lUI' h__ 89Union"fili 21 a. 21'. 21. Church 3101. Permanent 2611 L 2-1t73 laIm.n.r BOAT-14' Y Bottom o to.r t-;
Washington WELL W.
T..nl St. Dial
Or. All. A; . Tea Co. _. -___--102 Vi Curtis Pubiisbtg --- 30. 5'. I Protn G.m n 8 68'!. 61. 65'. waves. S5 up Expert 2.16. t I.11 tlcally new olIn 4 .
Humble OU ft Refk. _.__'.__ 11 I CrtlaWr bt ____ 15 4% .1. 4'. Pub S.c NJ 31 20 lt. 20'De.o ft P 125 34 33'i 34 hair cutting; all waves 1.lr.tor FRHJRE'fn i.d and re and 3". dl.me.r deep .el % trailer. B..a 1578 N. Or.n.V.s-.

Beds Mining Co----------___ 10V 53 : : 52% Union Carbide ___, 19 102 4 1OO>. 102 Vi tested. 20 ..r' e.pal.nce. ..Deco- on FHA It.U or. paml. Sec Pok._ _ _ _
Lone Star .Co------------ 20'* 1 t 4. t Pitre nl'- _=.=, 22 ; 29 Union Oil Cal _ 5 26'. 26VsUnited rtns Co.. Ph 2-1493. French. pl.n C.I writ. -BARBO0R- Utility
Niagara Hudson Pw. Corp. --_ -._ 1\. :i ekEI"e.t U : : Air Lines .89 16 2". 16 : 15. Schools and Instruction i'i.RSANDIHGPnl.hln... Spe- Lnl"o. .Ploae 7V b p. motor "..oltb.r.ad
Nllet-Beement-fond Co------------- lOlfc g _== 21' 21". 2 a R.dl-p __h_ 4 I" 11. United 25 23'i 23V* 23>iUn 20 UMORRPAI your home; For sale cheap or trade en c 't t-)-
Psnfepee OU o( Ten. :==:====::=: 12% 16 16 Radio Morph 1 8' 9' 5% Alrcr.f 4 4 SCHOOL OP REAL law and yrs. experience. Modern equipment. we your .tlt.cla Ph board See at .
.__ _______ ; === : : .I == : : St. 6. I EAT. 5026 after 5 Mr. .a.but Prr.: .< *
Btreck Co. _-- -- -- --_ 20Ponotone I g: :: 11' : 16' Sewing Band 35 145 j3s 145, United Corp ', 2>s 2', practice. Prepare .0In.toa Work uaranterd. p.m. Bllh" Son Bd. .. PI..
1. Lc.ns.Pomp'
Corp-----------------_. 3s 22 U'. .1 .8'. I Rpul An. ___ 1 75. 7'. ''. United Fruit __ 54 U 534 54 L IUnlt.d j brokers and .al.smen 139 I Pae service. C. R. 'an. "t
___ ____ 31. Good Things to Eat BICYCLE Large small I
Ine. 3 22 Steel '
ebult. n nnhn J % 26' 26' 26', United Gas Imp ... 6 20'. 20*. 20?. Phone 8568.SCHOL J
p= : g
Pw. .u ht _0 ________ SiTechnicolor I N -_--= 187 186 157 Rawer. Cc.p .'Br'= 17 15': 18': 185. M ft 6 16 16 FUEL OIL HEATERS-Automatic furnaces Good sised. 81993 fet ma1
.__ -___________ 12'. I - ; Snail Drl __. 52 'iS. 6'. 1I U S Gypsum 1 nO 3 1 1' 105 105U OP ADULT Edue.ton.As- c..n.d. ."I np.ired KINO Fu C. Delicious tree Bed and .PrJng. 8E._ a.
United Oas Corp. ____._h_______ 174 Eastern Air L 18 1'. 18'. Reynolds Tob B ___ 1 40g. .0'. .0'. S Indus CO-:=_:= 5 39>4 39<4 38>4U i> ph' P."rhololJ.. L.derhp foreetil .ad.Ulrl.ncJ Ph.2-4361.L Crl Snu. npae. fit for a King BLANKETS-"Monarch,"-a:: ITJHl
W. Va. Coal Cok. __ 19 I Ea.lm.a Kod.k ,22 .3% 437. -S- *. I L. my own King Gr.. We ship Regular .
-nhh 17 45
Kaiser Prater.. ._ ___________ El Power Lt ___ S Rubber -- 45 44J4 I Iv S..kII. CI. .t.r J.n : only select, hand picked fruit Guaranteed 12.5. do. r&
un 5. 29 16', II l6 I S.te..J Stores _. 1' 21" 20', 21 U .. Steel _= = == 59 78U' 77V4 78V, I PbUr GUR AN DWNSPU In n 15. Cok. eolor ft. alxe.
Atlantic Cit. Pi hun__ 34 I Em.noa E J 0_. 5 15'. 1% IS'. . Fr.a __. 38 I'. 8'. 95. - -- 6th. Enrolm.n'. blln. Dc. 1th. .I.le. of delivery in good order. 15% W. 6_
Twin Coach nUUUnh___ 14S I Erie BR _h _ n 13 105. 10, 51 R..1 Psp __._ 21 I'. la. 9'ver.hsrp Vie ChemWks __ 2 48'i 48HWilker 133 E. 656. ventilators, chimney bo. discount on 2 or more bushels. A BABT BED High chalf. . i
Kruier Oroc. __ _. .8'. __ I 6'; a H-e oranges for home :
uu.nn unu.O 11 10% 31'. 31'. 31'. etc. Phone Wlnt.P.rk. 409 d. 1.
Rexall Druss .__ __nn_ _.n__.___ 1 -F- 10' Se.1 AI DI.tl'n_ __ 4 II 16'. 1" 16. -W(IHI- Q ft W 9 21'i 21 21 I 16. Travel Information lando -' Dunnagan Mea bushel and grapefruit a bushel. wood heaters; 2002e.BLANKETS. Odd. chaIrs e-.' 623Broadway

Fon Tel Rad 30 1 .a Roebuck _. 37". 37' Co 10 I" 10 Co.. 1006 W. F.lrl.nka Winter Free tangerines t customers. 1401 ___
5 W'I.ortb
Flre.tone T R 18 % 51 Sereb Inc _ 11'. 1 ALR. BUS. STAMmp-Tlht tour W. Wa.hington .
FLORIDA AND VEGETABLES n 5 u 11' Warner Bros 12'. HOME SERVICES-General repairs; -
'IU.TS 1 .
Piintkot. _u_._ 4 37 37 i SheD Union Oil __. 9 33'. 33'. Weal Ind SUE Pl. 44 23 1. 1. I and .r..ment. fullyauthorized roofing, new construction. anywhere. NAVEL ORANGES-The finest el.coWlh exe''lve
JACI'IV(AP New York prc.a Plorids Pow __ 13'. 13 Co 17 33 32'. _ and bonded consul G fruit. 51.50 bu. Delirious Slumber tm r.tar -': Wa
nn 1 13. \ S.mo. nh' 33 Tel 2. 20'. 19'. 20'. I Ph. ora.
) Wet Ocr .
Pono.' fri. and .et.bl. .NewsService re Fu.h.af Tr& _____ 231. 225. 23 Slad.1 Oil _nn.8 17'. nl 17'. We.tifls.Air Br _ 31 36'. 35'. 36'. tant. Convenient downtown of CommerceBuilding office HOUSES WASHED 3111. D..en by Steam-Lux tangerines. 81 00. .r.p.fmlt le: b.o J. Wlox. S.nl Tour Eaieg Money
from Chamber
Plderl-St.I' M.rke I __ across kets. 1722 blocks 111.e Uo
: Soap-V.cuum u. 1 11 1 1 I Welting Ele n 3. 30. 30 30" Service clean longer than by 5S. VIII. Da .
Osylord ;
Cent nn 9 21 P I Or.ndo T.ve 1.E. proe. St.J east Aw"L- 6 RbinBATA
22" .
22" Wheeiln 4 47 .8" n
8a. Beans b. Plentful 300-400. few Cable __ Stee.h. any other Very reasonable. -
4 2S-4 SO. ) 00. few 4 SO.Wsi __ uhn 4 1 1% 11. Brothers P.cll n 36 .. Ul .9'. white Motr .n. 10 22'. 22'. 22',. I IWI Cenlrl Estimates melho.. House WashIng ORANGES 75c bushel; grapefruit SOe
51cc '
V.I.all. Southern 26 . I BUS. STEAMSHIP Reservations S..m trailer. New m&havauy
38" .
4 . 1 00.Avocados 10a 0019 un. 31" .2 I 55, 8'. AR Co. Phone tl: pick own fruit:
Pr. 50 Food. _ouh 35 3.'. 35 Slr Corp ___.h 16 21 20% 20'. anrland. 16 14", 14'. 145. tickets. Authorized agents all .al.na.. Clark. bu outboard. 13\'b li. l...&g.
2.00-2 50.Btrswb.rries. n.t 1020 3.03.5. poorer Motors -.__ 11 51". 51 57, Inc hU t 9% I 1'I /. Wooisorth (FW) 17 46 45', 46Worthing lines. Sunnlland Travel Bureau. 3 hOUSES WAIUDW ndoW c..n- I.t. .S Wlad.rmer. At a b.rs.11 130 Page A.e.CABJEele .
Uen Pub VtU 16 n'. 121. 12'. Stand Brsnds 27 28 27 P M 5 .2". U% East Pine. Phone 5301. general r.p.I. TURKEYS-An sizes.. Hickory smoked bookcases, all
pint 25-32 auallty low 2
poor Gmett S.t R __ 35'. 33'. 35'. Sid 0 E U 22'S 21 225. YYounUI 12 small hou. in Orlanse CountF ready to serve. C. D. Wider. Inter- .
.12. 5 - Y -January 1. can to yo r order
I BroI _.__ 2H. 20'. 21'. Stand Cal P___ 5 62 BUFAW-N washed.815. Ph. Williams.HEATLR IakenRd. Call 6913
T S 7S'.iZonit. 2421 RobUon.
Conway Rd. Bumb
75" Lady preferred.Ph at
Cucumbers bu best 3 00-3 50. 61".2 '
poorer S 11.z p.s.nur. _____
1.0, Goodrich 4BF. 4 55". 551. 55". Stand Oil Ind 20 .2!. .2. .2!. I k furnaces THE SAl LEON for 28 years In Or. CLOCKS. .
2.2.C.bb"e 1% bn Goodyear T R II .3'.3 43'. SI.nd Oil NJ .1 79 78L. 71 Product 9 5'. 5'. 5% 239.Af cANING. He.te. I..do and shipping finest EBCc. >..-h-- ,"

Round 350-3.75. 5 puad h.mpr...ck Dm..tl 2.50 I Orh.m-P.ln Mot 4 5'. 5'. 5!. Bland OU Ohio .___ S 21% 275.215.. Final total ,.Ied.1.380,0. INAL-Rde wanted.and by r.p.lr'for Winter. Ph cl.ned Elites. tit to Canada.any part See of Leon United for AH On.r.l. "ohun Elec Co.-a.. 2

3.00.Dandelions help drive. Phone _ _ BOUSEWASHESrHDan4 K. Church. .
2416. Tear. gift package for perfection. SO Phe
1H bu crates 300.Eupisnt .
aUlE8B.vn.ndN.a. A .lndo.l. Lk Jl.. :I'WentcentralAvenue:_phone 4232. COWBOT. RANCH SUPPLIES-TexTan" -
bu 7.50.EndiveChicory bu 175-200. BABSON SAYS THERE WILL BE NO DEPRESSION/ IN 48 I epas. Tnnl A.nc7, P re.es Autrey.. 6326.OFCEJCIE.work sa.r.atd \WE SHIP tire-ripened anywhere ssddlrs. King wo.on 1,1
tri .
118 E. Central: 8393. C.I I ;. saddle halt-rr,
Esrarole bu 137V.1.75.Lettuce la the U. 8. A. day It bits. Pa.. brt lesth- I-..
1.25-1 'astern 5.Le cr.t.ElI Boston 2 doato DuE UNIVERSITY. Can carry-Driving 3 TUB .u.r.ald. Check with picke. Block's.Direct from 18 W.my Church grove St.. "Nofona" IndAm..** bt. H TiarC

__ tlt Pu.lal1. 2502.' : New Year Seen As Duplicate Of 1947By Ph. 32364.DESIRE.TO. BE DRIVEN_ _to_Miami_ 8158.George Stuart 1 S Main SL phone .Ph.RIPE 5390.earl right from the 315 .W. Church. 8 _". '.

- T'1 i' PIANO TUNING and repairing. Qu.l. or.n.. -Prom 9 B tO
Pepp. b c'10rl.Woad.n 1.0. about Friday. Will furnish car ; trees. We and ship. Allen
.t 1 itr workmanship at reasonable 3 bag Square D<-.! )'
I snd pal eipenseg. Prusi. 6584- 'Crow. Lake nderhUL '8U.'iOPAJCh .
Celery 16 inch cratei trimmed tops Goldeaheart ROGER W. BABSON 11948 should equal sales will less in 1948 than in Ph prices. Fully guara nteed. Call 5300. Pi chinery and Supply Co.. 1331 W "'i
4 ds 4 O-4 5O. 6 ds 4 approximately b OHIO OR VICINITY young mendesire Associated Store for Immediate service. 'JnPOr. tr.1 _ _ _
Squash bu Yellow tr I : 3 50I 1. 1948- will b.more or less, ofa that of 1947; but we forecast lower 191.) ride arriving before .January The .. ORATG HEATER a -
; I drivers share IT. Oranre Blossom Ph. > : poorer t p. lane 1 Whie duplicate 1947. Certainly prices for wheat corn, and 21 Our foreig trade wi b E.5. C.p.lie. Orange Aye e..n., Winter PAiN ESTIMATES-Color sugges T.I. .31. eDcUa .I all fitting,, i*..:

.Tomatoes no ':1.5. there wi be no "depression" ass certain other in in Park. toas. ab.ble. pant..recommended.HaUhJiOOJ '3% Articles for Kent 80. K R.o.
nrl .Ie. prouct. 191. - stud.nt. Glddea'. DEEP F ) i":, (O.ft .
1 ZZF.my.t
2 desire
mny pessimists are talking 10. The 22. More PA. OR VICINITY-
vegetables 3 ba-
i'' foreig b Must arrive 5 PAINT G and der.t-li BULLDOZER with palmetto rake
COTTON CLOSING about but fundamental conditions t.n prt.lol .I addis gain at Call Gould S-J--3. tl
NEW ORLEANS fruits, and fish products made ; but many or . in driving ..ndn.n.s. Hourly or enu.c free 12. .
AP) Cotton futu.advanced will become increasingly should increase Contact Harry Gua.nted rua.bl gttunate. Phone -. E. Pne.
._1"J en trade huyin and during 1948 and' these will be direct to businessconcerns HOmele. nt.cUn

.,_ coverinc. j, less favorable., Watch out after the price of these should fall off rather than to political : 2-3956 or Karl- Chrlstner. 70. 33:31.PUIO DRAGLiNE-New *4 yd. J.re Corp.
Closing were steady 31 to ] PASSENGERS W AN-Rt, Atlanta Box 3.61 Orlando .Pi 316
tl-20 a hale h'oh.r.Op. cnt H.IS barring some weather, insect, or .! Governments. I and Pri- o 2-1302 -

.. Nieh Low CloM I 2. The paragraph apple blight catastrophes. 23. There will be considerable day. ".I 2 Ph. County 116. REPAIRS FR-SNE- New American Pumps ef all types p"3M

March ..31.9 36.22 J5." 34.17 mostly to business. 1903-J-12. _ _ _ .dfe. Reasonable ratea. 1 a. and install' A :
May ..35.7 36.03 3S.T4 u.2 gross 11. Meat will be in shorter competition from other countries Plumbing coatrc.- R. Burke.. 1808 S. 7851. "tar. .-a
up PITTSBURGH Driving will take 1
n.I.H.O sup C. Buab' guaranteed 3S months pay.
.1 _14.S1 M.ST 34.63 up 18 lain industries w ill) show ply in 1948 than in 1947. in legitimate trade where or 2 share LIBBY .
1.1.1 smalernet : '
p.n.r .pi PLUMBING ft PTUPS 233
.31.78 foreig cp. nR SANE"i PIAI. 1 1.
G 3. ll.yz .1 u. y TIlL the current propaganda to "eat the credit is i 24220. TAC'S floor polisher.Wyrkofrejldw. .
..31.2 31J 31JO S profts Inn SL Orlando and Gotha. Ph ..bl.t .ner : lue T'lphon N6.
D U.4 up go .. 2524 22521.HOSPITAL .
. in TO RIDE to Michigan Klh.
means that less and have a better figure" 21 Throughout 19-8 war talk WANE morning January t 3-1252
NEW ORLEANS (AP) Spot cotton advanced ]

some BEwbei
$1 JS bale. csej. gin popularity, upward pres uprisings will continue; but share driving and expenses; Ted Lone
a Sal 2.213: low midaline Gr.ado
31.90: nudaline .. ; eood middling tlends may be I on meat prices would b no World War II will start in' Riley's Park. Mr. Dora. 1. C Ph 218. night t 17. [Continued On Next Pace]

14,40; receipts 6,161: stock 54,045. less in 1918. Re greatly reduced. l'ill'! 1 ;. ----

NOW ORLEANS AP menbersome 12. }' \\ill try to getIsith 1948 will ""
( ) Avereee price ef .Irmlr an average I
m.ealine ll/14th inch. cotton at 19 South. things may b I 191! Presidential candidates hourly. wage 1 of 5 per rent which will prevent further price ducton in Federal taxes to in- I II ]: will hold up in price. SANFORD S'ATI FA5NECP MAOKEY

ern soot markets rntrir was *!." a. or ri.t increases in such ( in high brackets, 1918 44. General building should increase The following prices were rep- : jy
h. hr at M.11 cent a pound alote r. to iiromise further subsidies to per lnes \tor
for ; .v. in (fnt. 32. There will inflation -: further falling off in during 1948. dealers on the Sanford ParaEJ..r
lh pert 3 market Sops 35.3., tone again i 26. There need be no more unemployment many i wi see a I'

pound.Middling y/6-inct. average 1.3 cnt 198. The above four farm forecasts in 1948- than in 1947: I and price investigations during -: prices of most municp I 45. Both office and residential for produce 12 01 a J as. Dee.t tmckerx 31: a-.S dtsUrsp

The recon assume normal but Unemployment: Insurance 1918. I j and other tax-exempt i iI rents will b higher in 1&48. B...GrHI 10 hpr. $* ? **

CHICAGO tsp ORAIcI) SANDS version from we do not weaterhih preiL I!: wi h taken advantage of by I 32. We believe that 1948 will I 39.! In view of the large decline | 46. Mortgage rates during 1948 .. crate crate I____. -

WHZAT5' ON" H'lh Low CI_ war to peace has llahvon 13. The Federal debt "il b decreased to many unprincipled people. | b a year of switching, for various Iin': many preferred stocks during i will continue about the same C.r C.al.e.dO iJ -,- I .

been entirely completed; war suri during 27. will reasons. 1947 this rate of decline C.r dO --_. I
I .as1
".r .-. 3 04 306 3 021. 3.03, 1MB Wageworktr graduallv shou, in 1947. Celery, crate -----------4-
'1 -- 295 290 294 294 i pluses are pretty wel dispe H. Xo will b !e that the Taft-Hartley Bill 34. The Administration will try begin to level off during 198. 47. Both Pres. Truman and Chayete. bu. I. -

F4 .: 21'. 266'259, 21: 266'251'.. .i of; and 1948 will ro increased during 1918| and puts a checkrein only on their ,I' to keep the Dw.Jont IndustrialAverages 1 40. Investors will give much Republican leaders will b playing Coconuts OaUards. doe SO t I. __ *. -

Dec2.56 2.51 2- 2.:', sumption of military purhse. will l>e some reductions. lat or leader bitt not on union an upper ceiling more attention to diversificationin politics up Nov. 1918. Cucumbers. bu. SoT 0 '. '

CORN- !r 4. Inn'ntorie M.Ve: forecast that the newt memljership. of around 1ST and a floor of 194S and not become too tieavily t : Ltte. Iceberg, e.t.
MI 252'. 251 2521. '' '
"a 24 251. 2.41'. 2U their price values and their vollumes. x bill will enable a man to as investment bankers needed. around 105. Commodity speculators interested in railroad j' 48. Congressmen returning Uatrd a. >

- ._ . 228" 2.27" 24'.1 2 I will incras during 1948. share his income tax equally the SEC which was started 10 will ities, telephone issues and sere other from Europe wi determine Oln P'L .....hpr. .. J
D. n 1.1". 1..51. 1.94'. 1. 5. Notwithstanding the above with I b curb oar foreign and take it Ppp. >
OAT& wife without sharing his yeirs ago. 35. The tt not try to ': public many of which ;. Sweet 54. hpr. i 1-5

MI __ l.n% 111" 1 l74 1.18'. paragraph, some allocations or income or property. > 28. Any labor legislation dur- pick any special "winners" in are utite. I out of the hands of the State RadIshes 5 d b.S".t .

IpL' .___. 102.H .H'. 101".13, 02"..13, I 11948.priorities may b reinstated in 16. The 25 per cent tax limit on ing 1918 will be to amend theTaftHartley 1948; but will diversify broadly i 41. City real to estte hgh"il continue I )fIJarmlht. the Brass Hats, I II 8..br. Ir. ;' -4.

hn__ .11, ."'. .11. .11. long-term gains will remain Bill and t raise and those who have to many I to hold through 1948, I even President him. To. c.s 1-lb carton '

IU& 6 The retail price? of some changed. minimum wages. i stocks will gradually build due to less available self. Tomatoes 5 H.crate '
Uac 395 up space Turnip lire -
UI_.. 3 I 3.0 3.1 3 0. roc other than food prod- I. 17. Goods on counters will un-I' 29. The inflation era which we j good reen" in cash or Government by pulling down cue I 49. Unless illness or accident 10

1 .n_. n_'_ n n uctJ be higher during of better grade in 1948 have forecast for FOKEICN EXCHQEJ
3.1 the 19 severl year for the big break save taxes, t provide parkingspaces I Intererf. Mr. Truman will b YORK CAP) Cl.... "c' ', 'cc-

DUN AND SRADSTRECT final turn hal not yet retail prices hold up. '. will remain at thl. stage until which will come someday. eta r.t feCew (Ores1. L - : '. "'-

SEW YORK lOP) Dim and Bradstreefg btu reached for all tn'f of I 18. There be many Nov. 2, 1948. I I cnct lara hi : .
dally velgbted price Index ef eomMMUtlea wi 36. Careful bUY"r of stocks 4?. Suburban real estate will I, the possibility 1lar I I Canadian ca New y, :. 1. -

compiled for Doited J 1_UIJ goods.We dow sles" goods of inferior I j :to. 1JMS wi see a public reaction : will insist on making,full payment I continue in greater demandwith I being o the ticket with him i kit 16'. per at discount I 1 ftcenta.

32 Yesterday at.raga eaaala 100): I 7. expect to see the peak In quality and curbs on installment bedding and aroid daring \tl higher prices during 50. We forecast a greater In.terest . KP S .a cent f4 .
30148 wholesale brwlnr Europe: Britain
Monday unu.. 301 .i commodity* prices buying may rtur .rkltss" jobs. and union rules 1948. I 948. in sane religion, temperance I changed. Gna iPrai .

Week sie .. 30230 sometime during 1948. 19. The dollar value of all retail Apich result in slow-ups. 37 We are definitely hon 4 Big commercial farm civic unchaiiEtd s.-d'n 1 K
._. 8. Retail bar : acre ant righteusne duo coaoseo So.'2'la&d tt
ace }
MO.lt 29802 price changes will lag in ISIS -
age ____ _____. .. 34335 ,alf at 'I;;. Sometime during 1948 pro low- rate, long-ter age may f-ell for less during 1948; ing 51changed.I .
1947 III Dee. 20) ._ 3O4 10 after wholesale price chnge I least equal 1947. duction in many lines will have bonds. upn but subsistence farms located I tion against 1947 1. Uam. 33 23380 9. The total farm The unit value of retail 1 denomnton.03 el a cent Brash free r en lanteL-
icme 20 caught up consumption 38. I Congress gives a good re- close t established communities dog. MexIco 30.63. IP Ml of s KTr

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( #rntinrl! 33. Articles for Sale I j 133. Articles for Salei 38 Plants. Flowers and Seeds QUICKIES By "Ken Reynolds 51. Houses for Sale SI. Houses for Sale 51. Honsea for Sale

tGE 12 WED. DEC. 31, 1917 LUGGAGE TAI- Good cndl i SEWING MACE- Factory re CAMTT.I1AS Belgian azaleas. Shrubs I FAIRVTIW Coming
tion b.r.In I buU& new; portable to beautify your home. Musaelwhite ; 1 Addition SHOR'. and NEW HOME2. 3 and 4 bedroom
Park 628betseen I . 6247. E. Princeton I NORTKST-T 2-bedroom Priced from (3.OOO to $28-fe.
I I Are.. Winter Park. Phon Al Wiggins; Nurseries. 1 prosperous New Year and pre Call
[ [ConC from Preceding Page !I I ::3 a I and 5:30: p. i I better bargains in ofer,01 .1 bue. .. Wit brez for detail. Courtney Realty; 392 M.
SWEATERS-Entire stock must (O.I C.Pod. crown stand I I, way and .ttche.,. ( 75-ft. Orange; 2-2471.
S LUGEN-CHAL over- I Many styles. Prices begin at S3.95. rre ; sell \h.s I in 1948. Beat high cost of U.1 with lot and .te& should- sell STREAMLINED

eve PurcelTs. 315 W. Church St. you 1 or wholesale prices; 10 I country PrvUec. and ct quickly for Every BLOCK BUNGALOW
[S3. Articles for Sale nings. 2O8 E. Winter Park Ave._ days only; Fulton's Nursery, . ences. buys. r/ thing in U2.0 fuale Ralph -8 rooms a baths. 2-car garage
I I TUXEDO-With size 38-40: 130: Broker.25l6d. Oringe44' B. .h.p with laundry and breezeway. Large

( IE TABL-d oak. 4 ci METAL LATHE-9x36 In. meta turnIng 14:H. Orange yes Av. WInter PrkI DUL FEc.me. se -e-- t'c1; # I HOME ,smith 668 wt. Rb\L Pryde Realtor lot. Furnished or unfurnished at
lathe complete rDD.erlem pI (Winter Park>-Furnished 2-59 below market price Key la offIce
hoot !I.thertt. I.t ,, centers tool bits and face plt.: TANKS Two 5.000aUon underground ; e.rn.ton bb'are.t 3-bedroom home. Preo Georgia von Schiller. Realtor. 7186.
-1 _--- Winter Garden 130 Wht. I I f gasoline tanks. 5-1S" boiler Nil. here, nice yard. (7.0OO. NOTTINGHAM
C 161 0.1.
.on. KcI living DOWN
ROAPrme. -Civilian* $1.500.
Ifew POWER SAWS Also Parks Delivered to any RealEstate,300Church
ALT Steel construction. 8435.
MOTOR BIKE-New. Terms. Can GIANT PANSY Ruffled petunias I room fire pl.. New 2 bedroom home.
i I planers. Mall saws drills. Idgan. ,I seen at 1506 Kohl Avenue after b centttl Florida site for (4OO eah 35c per doz. Otbr .nnu.l. 15e : Xi) HARRISON ST.-Near schools dining room modern kitchen pr bro screened porches; aluminum masonry casement 3

etal lathes. J. O. Press & Sn P-m. I Contact Hugh Boyd 330 Tenth doz. Turn at ColoDa : and b. .tre. many cot circulating window staving sewage. Price (73SO.

flephont: Mount DOT3753.__ || MEDICINE CABINETS good-selection E Mt. Dora. _ _ _ pr Fern Creek to Canton St. ea Dutch Colonia of cpra ct'Uc .lt l0x1. V.c.at unfurnished Wilbur Strickland. Broker 23 W.
blocks. 1912. Harpers Nursery. tion. a 507 Church. 6675.OFFERED .
-National > both surface and Insert TAReVLULQiS. an sixes. Cover yourcsror'trxrk. l0x5 Creb
It up
CAB with bathroom and Low prices at Mor- I Sun room. 1 45 2.a garagePrice Metcalf Building. 2-1710.
I er.
I in moel 60OO. 1-20. 700. I Knox Strl co. E PDe. Phone (SjiySalvage Store 46 E. Church St.TYPEWRITER I t.alelo Gr.pfrt kumll.& persimmons, terms of...11.5. ran.bl Real140N.Orange witn
and many moel. Imedl.t L 2-3163. Underwood. Good pecan grapes, shade S. tor. 30hon FOR SALE by 0 L. Hampton. -
tre .
(I220 delivery. Florida. Ca RI1tr. C.i MIRROR and Pture.All in good I (40. PIStOL I p.r., shrubbery. to Nebraska inc in Homes." ; 86U NORTHEAST SECTIONNew .. Broker, at 931 M. Orange; Pn
S. St "ndltln 32 par 5O13.Dubsdread
I Davis Drive then 1 mile east Nursery.
81 i handle Smith Wesson $ t Pol'
cnditon Lt
em.r m. 8274. & I ANOE LAKE-(3 blocks Nor. block house, 3 bdrom. sleeping

[CAIaRAS-w. bu, ten. trade .n Jrokre. TILE YOU and kitchen nut. FOR YOU Spring planUe. a Cox- In Frame . prc Close to aho" sop Section-Sew 2-bedroom
I repair a ke o camera I MAIL BOXES-Rural -aie, b.t Permatile I free I if price rol b.th Spic and span reward theater A roomy, we home: tile bath with shower, attached
I full b. o and phot fIn- I 3 up. Smyth estimates.prf .1umlnlm Central Florida Sales. on California Wonder and Florida dirt. $7300.; terms. For arranged home. See Mr. Martin fo garage. $9.459, terms.
| . Dept. at Lee.eeI i .ne and Rao.d N. Orange. Dial 6840. 11 Giant Pepper seed. Also oats and those desiring to be have showing
JewelrV Co.. and I of Price I Just received shipment another < home Dubsdresd Section
Or.n. Churc MEN'S Suut P. Abrz rye. room .U.bl (vacant -1 Mock north *X
| DINING RW SUITE-10-plece solid I $8.50 W.the revolv- VENETIAN IUDS T. bs cost I De roses. Call on us when in ) with lot between hou.. Near O. P. BOP.REALTOR. 6 E Pine. city BeSts new 2-bedroom frame.

includes china closet era; radios: unleme ..Iu. no more Ada. Central garden seed field seed and same price. Paved street. Show any 582NORTST Attached garage workshop; utllfty

and serving,table. Call 3-2972._ j big ssving Pawn Shop. Avenue. Our telephone pl.nt. AU Ile fertilizer and Insect ( time. O. C. Stewart Realtor. 9788- room (7.90B. term*.

I'| 406 W. Church St. number I 9558. . 120 W. Church St.. ; ) 8033.LAKE.

DISHES 32-pieee lt 1 95 Stoic.up; OVENS for oil stoves. Stock includesone ; : BLINDS-Aluminum Orlando. FRONT_Suburan>. Modern 4 This home 1* on an East Side dose In. 3 bedroom.

10 53-niece at St.$16.95 l. & and two-burner t7 Bumby VEE through 36" sokbid. FINE TREES FOR Famous bedroom home. Beautiful yard with . well landscaped lot. fireplace, floor teraace. completely
102 W. 2" factory. widt. Dream Navel YAS.. 100 ft. frontage on sand bottom lake.A Large living room 3 good sized bed furnished: attic fan 2-car garage:
DRINKING FOUNTAIN Kelvlnator Hrdw.r \ .1. ft Ve. T.n.elos bargain at $9,750 with only $4.800 kitchen has plentycabinets arage apt, farnsshed. $16.900.
Bumby OIL HEATERS-ColI& (4580. lien Mfg. C.. 1739 Kohl Ave..; lemon. grapefruit, crimson-fleshed -.- =::: rom ct Terms,
ltm.urt.t Had See Mr. Mowrey with ad canine house well
seedless do"n
A.G.M. and orange trees
Ter. K
w.r. Clch Wyckoffs Hdw. 2524 KohL.IIL 8O9. erplrlt orange. Plant D Estate. 3 E. Church; furnished. A good buy at (11.5OO.
.lmmr Bennett it 145 N. Poutheapt-3 bedrooms. 2 baths,
DIE ENGINES and power units OUTBOARD MOTOR-Johnson 22h.p. fruit trees your new home. Royal LAKE LNCATLvi""nulo. 5809. B.& M $11,500. $6.OiO cadi.

and Industrial 1.ttlon model; over VENETIAN BLINDS Purple Cir Research Nursery.Phone rented
; .J
Florida Pipe & SIPi hauled. lt. for eOpletl Qlak ".,. Sid : J-: furnished apartment 1 rear. Beautiful NORTHEAST SECTION -Convenientto New 2-bedroom home with attached
.. 6 Chorea: phone 11B j Porter. Ph W1tr Haven 2-8863 or Any size. Three day delivery. U.dedl : large corner 3 Price 18.00. school and stores Waiting garage. It's nice and in good loca

ELECTRIC PLANT-For rural electricity 24533. I 39. Livestock and Supplies : Geo. H. Kittredge. Realtor. I t.a. to Post Office. 3-bedroom c, tion. $7-650. terms.

electric plant. I thousand 1802 Eduwatr DrIve. : lo.t on desirable street. Price
Onan OIL xI -
Some .*U stock. Cohoon Machtnery T two S\re; 6 condition $. WANTED TO IU-L.stot.. Beef Call LAKE FRONT-"Pride of ownershipand 58.00. Ann Goodwin "It Herman Practically new-S bedroom home;
veal and
Co.. 138 W. South. ; $75 complete. Ph 2-O917.- 2-4838. Bet prcc pad rich complete- emfor. decrb.thl. P.n, 9i 3.. Ic.Broke. 67 Or.De; to completely handle.Or furnIshed $2000 cash

ZLECTRIC con OVAMOrR1941Neptune eled den home. Sunken living room. see W. L. CraIg with Hampton
IN Aatlt VENETIAN BUS m.nl.cure at 40. Pet Stock and \ 5-foot and NORTHEAST-Charming moer 2- Broker S31 N. Orange SO13.POWER'S .
Bumb trol. Un.r. Potor. S.1 Phone 8380. I 1739 Kuhl Ave Bet- Supple r- __ I dock. frpl.c.construction.2..1 ea..e Rob't.S. bedroom frame ble.l. .1.- ;
Alum cedar blinds.
c_ oiiIRCUtAnNG: HEATERS-Carload wo 1.c YOUR DOG at Crickets Acre Hue with. Realtor. I eow lot in .tt.C&ve nelhbrbod
ELECTRIC d'l I tory price tt.nr. Call 8059. BAR A home "This bird I got with a Sentinel-Star want ad whistles Robr R Tn. eOlldn.t
of "Monogram" oil circulatIngheaters W. t
Isndo Co. Kenne Lnewo. F. HOUSE 2-bedrooms. Cor
I the
Maw 8nra ma.Ke- Just arrived. Get yours while Venet.n Bld at stud. 'I 1 17. I 130 sale Immediate pos
.a, I ncr lOOxlSO ft. With electric
Tlxttor at
Dpt. ,Badw.re they last. Bumby Hardware. 102 W. WAX-Complete line of Johnson's, ever girlisce" Cail Don Dudley Realtor, kitchen equipment breesevar.
W. wax and wax use of CERBe.utlu red. 3 months. 21745.NORTH garage
prouct. Fe --- I
; New Churh. electric polisher Own Brnciebloodline. LAKE AAI SECON-Ne. t.o I attached $6250. terms. Call today

Kc".RFRGETOR*Kohl OIL COOK STOVES2 and 3 burn- or more. Knox Stores 9S.. $purchu .C.mplon.. _ _ bun.low. SIDE-Very nice 2-bedroom or Friday. A. C Golden Broker
,... Gu .i8 en; .hetoa and stove Phone 23163.WIGGS E Pie. 49. Business Rentals I 51. Houses for Sale I wants to apply his 10.to his 1947 bungalow.I Hardwood floors, ccmpletely 1121 N. Orlando Ave.. Winter Park.

A tall '726_ _ _ _ _ pipes. BI.net. Economy Furniture. COCKER S NIEti-m.le. register- inccme and will sell for with I furnished. S1O.5OO with lowdown DRIVE OUT TO EatonvlUe north at
iCRl -New 333 W. ; 9217.OILHKATER.CiIImneI. WATERLESS CLEANER-For ed. $ 175W. AIR-CONDITIONED retail store locations COLLEGE PARK-I01 W. Harad $1500 cash and $65 per month Biter payment. Chenault A JennIngs Hungerford school. One white cement
prices from Sill connection removing grease and dirt. lYe canup. in downtown shopping area the year is ( Inc.._672 N._ .
DOGS CATS BOARDED Frihed. .n7234. block house
hurr. .Imot with
rom. red top. larso
and (329; Uaranteed; prompt deI without nearly Kenmore .' .c mu LIbr Co. N. Or.ne for Cocker Spc.1eae available for long l.a. S 0. F. rm. kItchen. tile I McNutt-lfeasley. $ W. lawn in front: 3 bedrooms
or ; 0.1 Re.lto. clothe
hous doc 6pa- SECTION one
hvcr7; ph.iSiAWPurtabue.. 3 :s lMMilier._ sod Brass Realty Co.. 19 floors attached -Lovely large
washing mechinewlng machine; r.lo.d lel at__stud; _ ";_2-3787- i I balance $50 month. rlS:: Washington SL I frame bue.lo. Like new, built closet each: livIng room: dining room:
ai- .lder bre.ll& act; other ltm WASHING MACHINES Thor automatic 600 SQ. FT. Suitable for storageor C'nhc 41. 3 living room om- kitchen: breakfast nook; bath room;
then call bd1
metal TROPICAL areators for the
in FISH-Tropic ; us
Wappat Ave. near washer Super agitator. running water and water cistern
small wholesale business. Apply lag ;
e.em dc Kelser. Vogue Theater 10:1. 52 oscillation per minute Sp $2.98. Aquarditioner $3 98. Thi- 1217Vx N. Orange AYe Phone 3-2364. Call Nunex with H. F. Boland. Real I front rom brea"s nok kitchen, front and back porch: small packing
berg Ill. C. BiU. 1226 Nebraska. tor. Carrigan Bldz. 672 N. Orange areened r.r
block. Colonialtown5i36.ZLECTB1CAt. i and flepl.e. .'. non-rtln. Rnoiluon.r new ac- 2-4551. ; LAKE VIEW HEIGHTS I Oak nor bath tub ..adso.e bouse. A nice paying business estate -

5Cp'LlE5-.Romez wirInc. OUR (GRI. . I untangled eliminates TOPICAL AND Gold fs Aquarium' 50. Wanted Rent I I Large attached garage; 31S ft. front on paved road 339

entrance c.bl wall bxe. Mills- Nebraska.OILREATERS(2)Medlum. friction and wear. Washes air & Furnished frame bun.lo. 2 bedrooms Iaee rer lot overlooking ft deep. Fine truck land. A fine
.Wlte duplex .t J & & living cleaner; siR clothes dryer than a Rldge.o Dr Winter Park. APT. Small apartment wanted by CLNIALTOWH-Ne. ""f attrac car port electric hot water JOO <. frnt terms. I.ke I place for a store and flllinit station.A .
10,0. Wea
Hardware. 22Q 8. wringer. Pt sUe clothes in tub take tn Quick action heater butane equipped, lotSxO. System ; I good investment Terms If desired.
Corner couple no children or Limit t28 Pne Stret
/ Phone 2-1841. room size good CGnmton them to hang on line 41. Poultry and pt. approximately $2000 down will The mortgage 48 Phone 2-2977 Winter Park, Fla. or

REFRIGERATOR BOXES Lake 1.1 Drive Bro.1. 8 I Frlc S19S.5O. W.lte J. Wilcox Servfca Supple S6.. .Phone Walter cotn. 3-1681. make you proud owner. Call W. A.Williams 16.5.$40 monthly. I ORWIN MO- Beautiful write Box 80. Maitland. Fla.
ELECTRIC Phone 8274. 5.APT. I
till 10 52.0
Sales since 1936. 61 Robin with J. Daniel Kolar. 206S. ranch ; 5 fire
without units. About 20. Make E CROSS BRE D PULLETS and ..kerl. rol
lee refrigerators out of them. COc PPRA-OUFS-Com. son. Lake O' The Woods Chick OR HOUSE-Another Staff An- M.I 7811. BL BROS.. AOENC.Realtors, 12 place 2 sreenr prche garage. A NEW BETTER. DIFFERENT-See

5. January clearance .Ie 22 I WASHING MACHINES New and .. 4 mi. North Maitland. highway nouncer needs 2 bedrooms apt. or I Or.nl Tel 5189. real b :i6 N. Orange t ils home before you buy or build.
Kohl o .
2524 Avenue Winter Park.ORANGE
Central Hdw. Pn. I Wyckoffs Hd. used. Liberal allowance on your 17-92. house. 2 children ages 4 years and 21 PARK-A truly Really it has everything; corner win-

ELECTRIC: Electric cook- PIANO.- :0- washer. Caldwell A Harvey. Ph. I mont Near bu line. Limit $65. CLOE. Beautifully landscaped Io.i BLOSSOM S.-Here does, tile window sills, beautiful hard-
ROE 9 2213 Edgewater Dr. I TI wood floors 2 tile baths, mahogany
$125. Call for Rent
ins at de.a thrifty I I 45. Apartments 99. ner lot: full; lake privileges is the best thing "e'v had forsome

to use. Fast bL Sirs& Jiame.Clean PIANO-Miller Baby Grand. Price WASHERS-Dexter twin"tub .t I HOUSE OR APT.-Staff Announcerat linger_Realty_2-2852. KtI LAKFFRONT room furnished bun- tune. Twenty-two acres of land, doors clock, built-in electric chime and
a* an electric light. Makes I $750. Call 22188._ pump. The only washer built I CLOSE IN-Lake Eola. beautiful new 2-bedroom partlyor w.lo. 4'a miles from court house. 300-foot frontage a mighty nice new rubber tiled kitchen floor and

everything yon cook taste better. -3. 1 large by.washing In 2 tubs at the same I efficiency apartment. Noer WHO ned. or house. CLOSE IN- Dandy duplex. best About 2Vj .,re beautifully landscap store bulldini. a deep wells, pump bret fast nook, double sink with tiled
and effort. The following PRHHE Lake time making It completely I| kitchenette: shower tub . struction, extra large deep lot for ed. fruit arrangements for drains halls leading off of Sails 2
Saves time slse. Corner cn.D- 2 children 5 and 6. Permanent 10 tn.a. 112.73. Jn aDt.r closets In
trademark to choose from-Westing- I Davis Drive and 8 tin cue -to use the efficient I pletely furnished maid service;com-I' resident. Phone. 99OO. additional building if desired. Good >' with Robert R Tre. park. A small cabin that would do each of the 3 bedrooms.
house. Universal. Electro-, Phone 8274.Jrt 1. saving two successors suds methodof sonal e 20B E. income Both units furnished. Avery tor. Dial 6174. I for owner's living for time being. every come: of building poured con.cree

Master Admt Walter J. Wilcox 10 a.m. washing. It actually elt washing CHURCH .I..;.24O3 Robl.on- efficiency HOUSE. unfurnished 3 bedrooms. For good buy at (21.00O. Call Audreyl'iltman iton. { I Excellent location for restaurant sundry : reinforced with steel. iifctun
Qu.nt. iNTS of all kinds. I roof valleys. Brand-new
.n 1936. 61 E. aD.mlse. time and work in gets permanent residents. Call J. with Stunpson-Staton. Real- neighborhood store and trailer copper fur-
Service apt. Everything ; A FAIR VIEW 5 and
Sa a I Mills kNebrata LAKE rooms bat phone including Norge refrigerator,
Vita I furlhr Metcalf Bldg. Phone 5159.
Robinson clothes cleaner. J. Wilcox month seasonal Ferguson 9752. _ j 'I or tourist park. Price only (7900 00.
$125 $ 2
and _ _ _ _ _ Service Jc Sales W.ler 1936. 61 : o. nh hardwood fon. srene. home I Call 0 Realtors Norge range, Mayta washer attic
Gas ace E CLOSE IN-Lance beds HOUSE 2 3 bedrooms furnished CONWAY 19O8- owner. S- BUD.low. H.rr.-Jr 2-28. lass enclosed heater room attached
J SEC AND Robinson. bdrom. or ; RA. e. E. .
room REVOLVER3 C.ll I Mrs. Keller ,10 Pae.'I _ _ _ _ _
he.tn PISTL'. private bath ga- or unfurnished College Park: porches hardwood proe. $75OO. garage 100 ft. lot. May we show
at.0 mahogany din br with 4V4" and I.. WATER HEATERS-Electric. I to raee. 120 Ilthen I Ph. 6635. I I for fireplace. G arase. Large lot, 'I' with A.-_T. Realtor4412._ 'I PRINCETON SCHOOL SCOH-I it to you? c. B. Davis Realtor 41

1 e.maple dropleaf table B-t.nd.rd Office. 27 W. 6 gaL; round 40 e.1 table top i bl. line near ,roerles drugstore LAKE KILLARNEY-Nice home 2 New 3-bedroom home W. Washington; 73O5.
and Ter. I desired. Jenkins b.rrl. Her.n'* Loan We.tn.bous. Gas. et btte. CLOSE IN-tlr-roms. Saa.l. SEM-RE CUP(Christian) schools, i i ifinanced. 2 baths Dandy beach corner lot. Select hardwood floors I
.ne. 575.
829 Boon; Churb St.PIPE .a Walter . Wilcox. S.r- Settled "'E.4 I II rnt vlcll" of Orlan- Ph. 5951..rch P.r< bdrom.. (1O.5OO I breezeway attached garage, built-in HOUSE WITH 7-2-2
a apt and 4-
379.7Rl fUtn. black and gslvsnIxed. IN and Sales Sine 1936. "The Mot SPRUCE AVE., 230 Near bus do for the month Febr.f and I Im.snr Furniture ..' unur- I.undnr.n.. Cannot be topped at I *-

$iO; ..D Al Florida Pipe & Your Money Always." 61 E I Two rooms. Seasonal or Mach or bunga COWNILTOW-Unlque. this 1941 DIhe.. Pittman.U.bl.with StlmpsonStaton. I S10.500-$:.l0 cah Phone A. T. I repair room needed cottage; ;income an furnished MOO ;price no

$USEDe Supply C. 63O W. Church; 6118. lasn. pent Settled adults._ _ _ pr.-I I low. Minimum requirements: bedroom ,, Attractivelyfurnished Re.ltr. Metc.l Bke. "Buster" 2 Jamersonand i S11.60O. E. A. Arnold. 701 Minnesota;

.$2.50; las range $20; floor lamps $3.Whitmlr.Purnlture.306W.CAhlrCh.. PUMPS.-.Centrifugal pumps for grove WATER SYSTEMS-Complete stock 100W COMPLETELY flrnl.he .: ,, living room, kitchenette bath. kitchen 2 Incudm., Westinghouse Phone . Carter. Realtors. 12 S. Main. Ave.. St. Cloud.
I and farm irrigation. Florida Pipe I for farm or home. Farm te Home5achlnery I 4 rooma and bath: 2 bdrom very ;. plus place to keep a car. W. Hempel. plenty closets Bear Lake. 4- PRINCETON AVE.. 1101 W.-We Offer SMALL
rear screen porch 75 landscapedlots. LAKE HOUSE BmaU Price! 2 bedrooms
; -

Co.. 630 W.ChurchSiiS.iscsDO8UPPUESTol1ets. Co.. 430 W. Robinson desirable excellent I 48 Sunset Drive Hempstead New f. FONT-D for sale one of the finest built
FLUORESCENT Single A: Supply Ave. : le.Uon; I I Price System. 628 houS. Beautiful sand I bath: closets, heater room.
F York. bdrom
Fair. lavatories WELLS adults to Jane 1st: $800. Ph. 5543. 11.0. Owner trans home in Orlsndo. Second floor 5
strip. 13 95; Water E. Pine. I $5000. $2000 down: Owner 8611.
PUP. S.tem I' b.ch Lt l0x.
Store. 10 WestChurchStreet.PuaNI1'UR0. . tubs. .1R .ho.er soil .. Pn AVAILABLE NOW=1 and 2-bdr 1 and board: mother and 464. fered. 110.5. Clyde McKensle. I bedrooms, elar-1 sleeping pre BY OWNEH
pipe terra galvanisedpipe .Supply! Co. B3O W. Church: apartmentsexcellent ROM Please call 8703. n-I I W. Central; 2-4775. 2 baths. large -Three bedroom homelike
NEW AND eot. :
618 COPELAND LAKE Near Broler 10 ,
USIs for I sn. New room, dining room, i new with or without furniture.
Call your
and complete To May 1. S85O :
5-burner "Florence" .I ttle.. u in stockanything WATER BATR We have justeive srice.. up. RETIRED EDY-OUP des clusive cement block home. 3 largeBedrooms. I music large $15OO down balance $25 month.
I "Quit* "ea": used sofas and n.w I plumbing We line.Scruggs slpm.nt of table- Adults only in person. PlazaHotelApartmentsS45 efficiency ; 2 tile baths large living FONT One of Copeland I pantry rom.H kten Ph. 2-0486.
them and buy in the plumbing top lined St. I LK homes. Modern 2-story b.t Fln.c. I baent
room S Bros. Supply Co.. 107 W. h..ten. Also months. Will pay up to 815O mont. room and dining room large ultramodern > 3-car e.r. SMALL HOUSE Incomplete. 2 lot
_.dlt. .wt open stock bufet I upright beaters UP to 80 c.lona. BUULKEFRONln-K" Day. 1.1 2-3565. l"ht. 2-039. all-electric kitchen with pan home with 4 bedrooms and den. 2'. ment above. An outstanding .P.r with enough cheating and and
or Pine: 32203. Bumby Hardware. 102 W. tiled screened porch. 2car i
abundance of closets large
wht. Ne. Curch b- AIRFORCE desire try. throughout, b.tha located on 23 liberal framing to build large buildinc. Just
Scatter rugs. 27x48". of PIAOhe the finest. The Mason KATORALiY. the headquarter rooms electric klcben. Wi suitable OFICRe h.rdwo fors plastered ..l life- f ca.. Wen furnished. Built in terms, or will lot. ItO.O. home had shrubs and palms planted 1
they last 7-way floor I h Bailey. Magnolia. fO lease If desired .P.r I landscaped lot $ Icldin.
con .h. H.mID. .o 3 bondln. m.ter.l iforato _ ment orhouse Call 2672.DEPEATYNEDEOMEP.r. rf. ceD'rl neat and YnW.- : and garage apartment on block from bus. 3 blocks from city
wit washable' whit 2-209 advice of Cexc.pt m.rt.l! APARTMENT rooms frnibed. I : tion rear cement pati p.rtone"; :. W. B. Nicholson. Realtor l.1 easy trm.. Call B 19.5 R.1 limIts On East side. My only reason
plastic .at 125. : Is at Mills ft Nebraska. bedroom Adults Teephone : garage has laundry S. ; 2-1619. tor. Carrizan 672 N. for selling Is Ill health. Will accept
home can be purchased completely
BARGAINS In better used home. Rentreasonable 2-551. first reasonable offer Inquire
furnitureat 2-334.
of 4-bedroom hu. Including' I POWER TTNTTS -GM Diesel. Chrys the veterans S room .pt or 6484. furnished at only S25.OOO with terms LAKE onrlkla 1.ke I 1023 N. Hampton St.
Shop next to Ph. BEAU
ler. Allis and Wisconsin Opprunlt, : pr.nent. Call W. A. Williams with J. Daniel couple or
Ideal a
S am. fn.ntwle. I.r. I Ch.len Maltiand for Ph. 22657. I.re IF YOU ARE Interested In real
.Bine chime rugs.I and 1 to ISO HP. OUle. AP.-Sm.n. one; Kolar. 206 S. Main; 781. family wanting a .tt.c- ROSEENoem f.mhed.
I oil paintings.nadlate, 1241 Spring 8n1 Home Machinery Co..430 W MOVIES for the-home. News p.r.d. 51. Houses or Sale and built eomlor.ble.wih b.at-I ,bln..I.h.ded Irolnd. bargain Inspect this house M 1223
.el flanked b 25th St. No reasonable offer refused.
'Lake Drive In Spring Robinson. adventure travel cornice B- EFFICIENCY This 5-room Dle hoeL
Lt. Ter.ce. APATENPrDshe COLLEGE -Furnished 5-room ( .
I stead's Camera SHORES : W, lent buy for with trrms.Bsbcock
N. for Very
; and Sop Or- BEVERLY bungalow of has 'enclosed sleeping porch 11.
FURNITURE Rbedthsse pr. with R. dial
ange. hot water concrete block; epre. contrcton desirable Robr Tyre UNFURNISHED 2-bedroom home, with
1 odd piece terms or 20* off for C.1 2151.FR range re- 6-room .tr.ct"I' Sleeping large service porch and D.n other 6174. broken
cash. Slaughter Furniture Co.. 48 I frigentlon. Call 2-1338 after 6:30 corner lot Very large rm. InC rol prch Ne. kitchen appliances features For quick sale. (11.5OO Coprta Iutd. garage apt. Corner Odethorpe and
p.m. kitchen rugs furnished Helen Streets. 11000. terms If desired.
R.fernceL elulpment. unfurnished or
2-4142. and washing machine. $8700. Allen
West Central. Phone 7696 or U4.5
Dewing water Flce 118.5. Ask Johnson. 140 N. Orange Exclusive Brass Rat. ROOSEVELT AVE.-2.bedroom house E. R. Bennett. Ft. Lauderdale
type of blnd. Indud.d ; ,
FUR COATS-Entire stock will b PA Hod".a IMMEDIATE DELIVERY_ 46. Houses for Rent ct ReaICAEEYAtUal. Re.lor. E. Ave. Ph double lot. Also Fla.
and in 19 on
farm :
11 Cent.1
home Hom.. ( G rep.l.
I ad.t 33 1/3S dIscount Expert :_____ tor. E. Central. Ph. 6137. 861-'S"el.h.le '! 2-room house for
Pur- payment. 36 months to pay. LAKE FRONT-SeauU'ul 4-bedroom new r.r.
: cell's 315 co. R.l b.ra. service. Farm ft Home Machinery Built-in tabs: : lee tubs: commodes ALTAMONTE SPRINGS-2-bedroom home for CE house near Lake 11 master -2-story r.lden. 2 both. Terms. Call today or Friday. IF YOU ARE LOOKING for a home

430 W. Robinson. ; new : dralnboard I I house. Completely furie 6 I.le'I Returns ;:;e/f total purchase : extra lavatory tile sun room A. C. Golden. Broker. 1121 N. Orlando -I grove or business start the New
FIREPLACE SET* All brass hatnmered Co sinks china and iron lavatories; i I[ months $850. Call 8-94._ front concrete block. Close price plus apartment.BeautIfully i b.tb hardwood floors throughoutsanded Ave.. Winter P.rl Year right and "Speak to Spiegel."

I br.Mid bronze. See our washing ; apartment and' 2 way and Complete with electric furnished $29.750, = and home Spacious and half house Best New Year Greetings. Whitney '
bedroom arL rdeor.ted.
iBew .tk. *. lust received ship'ment standard size stoves: cabinet ginks. CWSECON -. . rfrer.tor. hot water I good terms. C. w. Walters. :I : many fine featurs oil SUUBA"-tn a substantially Spiegel Realty Co.. Realtors 706 Mat
Rt. 4. Box
as room beaten. Bumby AU complete line of i heater. 672 N. OrangeOlO9.; cost call Bldg. 2-3269.
( fittings. heater and I
| to lake. |
Grounds run I I.e.
PUMPS. 701-A. Ford Rd.. Just oU Conway erul.tle fur.ce. built and well gar
Hardwar* _102 W. Church S W.. WAT SYSTs. American Plumbing Supply and Ap' I' Crl'._ Beautiful live oak &eL real buy CONWAY SECTION-Attractive new for this and guest cottage (2 bedrooms plenty lrtt "t' MODERN RAMBLING tile bungalow.

'lTR Dining set. chain to pay. William Oakley 59 pl.nce Co., 234 W. Washington CONWAY SECTIONUnfurnlshed,2bedroom at 19.50. S Calbl 2-bedroom masonry home. Corner ) for only 128.5. terms. This water line. metal sash asbestos shingle roof
cheat of drawers mohair month. G.rIDd; 6332. house city conveniences-; Broke. Wintr Park; 2-21 lot breezeway. attached ..r.s. tie property could for mle Francisco Realtor, 3 bedrooms < baths, electric kitchen

anntlle eucb large Fricldalre I reasonable. 5. Box 592. Orlando COLLEGE PARK-3-bedroom: lane cedar-lined closet. copper .than 140.0 today. 11 and tralArcade. 7407. fUrSbe'l aU large rooms; living room 16x30.

hke.l. re. porch glider. and Garden .Rout. glassed in porch. Fully furnished. plumbing. If sold immediately 169S.S.mmle see for ,our.l. P. will cathedral eeiUnc. big fire placeall
614 1'ke Dt Crde. PUMPS .Ietl deep &no. 2..1 e.r.g. Immediate possession. Francisco. Re.lor. Rl be a show this property. SUBtA-rom Price. $ fronting 400 feet on Highway IT and
we E..p.meat BE PENNY WISE not pound foolish GARVDI AVE.. 1901-House. 2 room Cathryne Roultne. Realtor; 140 N. Arcade; 7407.COLLEGE Kathryn Thomas-Wyan Smith. Brokers. I I1.menL 4OO feet on Bin Lake Kathryn. only
Would consider
He.dQlamr month. Bel- I C.nU.I trailer
nSHO4C. .ltt. pr Wb,. not ride a Whizzer instead ofDm.sidisg and bath partly furnished; applyafter Orange: Dial 4672. 230 E. Concord. e.s. Call Gould. .p.r (19.50000. Quick possession. 1C. J.

'Pueer: rl. many. DrlUne-Pmp SuPPi. u. pavements Whizzer 5 p.m._ _ _ _ _ _ CITY LIiftS-New. 2-bedroom bun- PAR-I5 down to a LAKE- FRONT-Lake view and other Realtor. 2-322.. BPI 132 So. Main. Dial 6977
T-Tempr Winter e.t Motor G.L New never lived in. I DI.I.. Poe.
Herman'sLoan R Oto S. Orange Ave. LAKE CONWAY bedroom home; screened j priced availablePhone -
a be. U. Orlo Vista phone '87. Phone 2-4687 e.lo. pre ea.g Immediate 2 :i proprle. and New frame. 3 rooms
Church. center and bdom SVtSAN-l.
.chol: sea with laundry room: : psesloD 4196 "
aoPPln fIr
WATER SYPE. $89 UP. $750. Will Call 4505. Lot 1 tile bath b.rd., Realtors-21 East Central Move into HOLIDAY SPECIAI.3HIghway
snal and furnace. ; Green. Inc. -
place I
3. 2. Frame 4roomsand
1mDt W. Jury and 415 W. Articles V.antd for floors kitchen large today
stand dishes lu... A Pho-ies 8712 and 9609. : WINTER PARK on beautiful LkeM.lt.nd some property. Furnished hadwo Total price Ave.. .0D. 13.9S. with 24 fruit
shower curtain set. 2 Numdah .'c. Roblna Ave first. Fried house for or unfurnished. Priced to sell. 75x135.et l.Civilian buy 110.5. Lt LAKE block home. Both I trees. Near Lre 1'and post and lake frontage-Mew 1-
Pays can
see us dow. FONT-Ne. .tor. oUle.
I t bedroom concrete hums
281 boy's bicycle. Ph 4048.FURNITURE. COMMODE for Ph. 5n. bdrom. b.tha adults' pre 3239. Attached large screened < twin 3. Completely furnished Dandy
: 7918.
bdroms 14.80. mo.
PAINT to prh. Tourist Court
In..lc eaa.e. location Large plot
USED-1 0 0. 4 BRUSB.Plre. brlt.Storessi fered Ree.nc. reu.Call Nr COLONIALTOWN-Five rom.. bath. location . finish : bath eU. large rom bungalow. At.ched $13.750. terms
box; 9x12 cotton rug; 1 eletr. Ileh 15 .ckxn. 2-531. screened porch large fruit A-I. Larry Broker 118 E. room. fuU size dining room rage ( WU only cash.
_. . Phone 23163.PAin'i"SomaY' -Used stoves. Ice po.el .lnne-I outside city-2-bedroom home
conslstlns of table and 4 red leather : sewincmachines'. Call bon. 28TH ST.. 1402 W.rom house; tree. $7000. E. S. Burnet. Broker. Yale. 3-2602. I ICLOSEIN with dining space and extra King Real Et.t. 30 E Church; large corner. Citrus. Garage and:

upholtr ehar 1 double bed and I cement and stucco selL We pay "top" SewellThurmond newly furnished Immediately Mam. Ph. 2-363. double garage; large breezeway 8435. _ _ _ laundry. Lakeview. 17500.
cold water paint. White and I First 4-bedroom metal easy
I .utmobJle.. 650x15. I elor. Furniture Pr.s.W. Pine : 1100 mo. _ _ _ CLEAR LAKEGARDESS 4-room c.. Clearview blnds tl. Huge SANITARIUM SECTION-New frame terms.
Co. .
S lb. 9Oc 50 lb. bags home. Extra large from
; view I
white of new p.ck.ee. throueh I roms.
De. St. Dial Lot Price $i600.In rom. L.le 2 3-bedroom
4070. frame
.Idewa WORKING COUPLE WILL 1.1. dwelling
used lumber 35 bun Knox Stores Co. 25 Pine. Phone .h.r hOI. 5015. Out. 2-story: 2-car window. Corner lot. Rp.n.3 I Irl.ht plsere. brom. garage
; I
Il ft cement brick. E 'I house wIth couple: 312 Bay Run eo.eton MI.t sell at once. at sacrifice price of .rl.t3e. Gentbell on lake. Bus line. Fne attached sa.e. P..e .trt apartments for rental. Well located.

. dle It1 1,0 2-316. St. _ _ _ _ _ .. Rio Grand. Route for Exclusive White sewerage. 12.0 do.n. b.lnc. (40 $22.500. terms.
to this if looking
W. Kin see you are "lb
PUMP 12 gauge (35: .
_ _ dItrc
11 OtNnn. 7. Box _ _ _ dtta St.: month Duplex-Close In 2-story frame. $20.-
Walter FN USED. 2-3808. HOtSE Furnished or Il.CMMECI a real home About s cash. .. 824 N.
also set of 1Df1e Wm M
SOc Ih Rm. 4. Central ; .
m.thed OOO. terms.flUCKZI.O'foEAL.
du- Ar.de 747.
ivIRGonow.n Mathews with J.
I : Kolar.
Hagen golf : perfect condition eletrel7. Iquie DITIC-.me D.D.I Ph I .
8 4 1 with bag Snyder's Lkh.r.OMPlELYFRNIB bth. 2-4388 or 7811: 20 . 2-168. SOUTHEAST= ca win buy REALTORS; 11* X.
98o yerdbroadlelt. ; bungalow Robinson dial 2-3793.
.C. A GUddepa .o. Water heaters. Well rented. this ;
Winter Od -
$100: 1576 N. Brand Howard Broker DELANEY SECTION New fr.m. completely Located on nice I
FUI 8PIO BAKBlhl Park. GAS STOVE. Magic Chef and Elec- : at. 555. home. 2 bedrooms 13x13. with LAKE FON-I.ao.ator. fum1ed.. $75OO. Exclusive -
bl.hel Good used electric Seasonal rent closets: living room, 18x20; { corner Total
Feed Store 300 West Robinson. Telephone rST fence, uprea ft. 2 \ trolu. rerller.tr.. con- ea.g kltcheu w.lk-I home to Orange with C. P. Sbumway. Realtor. I HAVE A 3-bedroom house, com
9am. mo 1428 Vassar Avenue. full dining room: big kitchen with i lake front
_ _ I blt. $ hlndrd. 4 to Altr IS 5-room the cot 3bdrom N. pletely furnished, in good condition.
$3 METAL PARK-This new built-in ; floors; Central in Orlando wit I 14 Or.ne 2-322.
Inch butt WinterPark : or 4 NEW 2-BEDROOM. FURNISHED. 2 CLGE eUPb.rd h.rdwo j lot,
ca F-CME-3 dr..en large Desirable Large plenty of fruit close
and used. block G.I. -(Near)
Pf-to 25 per cent. 598. Llttletree Co. with co condition; Box miles west of city. For rent to goodworking screened buneao. .It. attached oversize 8450."a.. Sammie. i I 2 b.th. en.nt. lu.r- SUNSB"E home. Completely to bus and store. $10,600 famished

PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENT For 40 man with children: $18 rot. le.n F.nes.Re.ltor. ter.et Pc unde.23.0.. deep fan. citrus. -good terms. Phone A. T. Carter
O your purchase. Bass Furniture Co.. io garage located on corner Central Arcade over renovated Attic p.vln.
625 W. Church St. Phone S820. homes schools and parks. Place OLD: Bt.r.GLW.. p., highest prices "ek. Apply 1401 Wahn.toDn. can be had completely furnished for on lal.. ,reasonable offer will I Price $11.OOO. Excellent terms with 3-1622. Jamerson and Carter Real-
Christmas orders now. On displayat for old gold Owner leaving DPLX-lurn.1ed. (2800 cash b f forced Wilbur tons 12 8. Main.
-U burning. Thermostatically I w.tcbe. 11.500. good terms be refused. Exclusive. Wm. owner. See St-ickland. Bro
controlled. warm SouUer Metal Fabricating, Pine broken jwel. teeth. .Uver..re. Rooms for Rent city.. will vacate at close of deal Ropr. with J. Daniel Kolar. Realtor. t I ker. 23 W. Church: 675. A BARGAIN-On account of sickness
Church and
: -
air For and Cate. 5914. _ _ Brkm.n 'So.139 N. Orn. Ask for Ralph B. Smith with Robt. J.. | 2-4388 or 7811. Realtors SOUTHEAST- 5 and 2 5-room block boose. Furnished.

\.Ireultln now. Call uni and PIN -SpineU; received too late OFFICE" --furalure. L Pride, Realtor 668 N. Or.De. DELANEY PAR-(NEAR.= tion invited. sleeping bdrom fo du- Quick possession. $7.000. Exclusive,

duct f,1 I apr.to.. II I'I Cntma but in time for a Get our prices. Cbecl wth Grae BROADWAY 623-Close In. 20028. 2596COLNI and al.pme prch j! copea-I plex. No. prhe.. ceIling on downstairs M. K. Harmon. Broker; 529 Delaney;
191 mlslcal Je. ; your choice of Stuart S. Main snuggled at rear high lot under apt. Large furnish phone 2-2945.
OARD rtp. .. 1 Ph : bit oak tree. Price furnished (79OO. lot p.rl,
-TOLPlw. style Bryant :
emar.de I GARDENS-On aver, jXRSi'RONT-An . ed. Price 1950. HAPPY NEW YEAR- J947 has wound
'I your old piano part CLOSE 200 HUlcrest 3-2954. 60x207 ft. C.1 Robert Orr with O'H.rr.-More. lot Realtor. 672 N.
IWo. 2524 KohL Rb ORANGES mid grapefruit-Highest IN. ; I.nds.pd lot. I beautifully landscaped corner with H. op Its business for the year What
_ _ E. Pine Phone2-036 or
moon_Music_Co.. 5J1_N:Oranse._ market prices paid. Branson. newiy deor.ted. 5 rom .tr.ct"e 2-8tJ 125x125 feet. Attractive bungalow I Orange. Carrigan Bldg. 2-4551. a year, strikes high prices, sham

GARDEN lengths a HOSE, and-25*. complete and 50 glIb ft. I RESTAURANIEQUIPMENT-2 3-1226. L I CLOSE IN-1st floor 2 connecting 2 with . .a- I DUPLxTI-ple..nt corner prop best cement brick construction. 1940. SUBURBAN (Just outside city limits'. battles in governments, and what
!' lions Vulcan 1 "e" and front screened porch. VeneI.D on Anderson Street living room with have you. Lets all hope and
brsu ranges. rooms adjoining b. 309 East age Spacious panelled A well built two story really livable pray
coupllnga Knox Stores Co. 25 market th
i dishwasher. 20 CD ft. r.chI re- ORANGE W.nt-WI pay ,. Robinson Avenue. blinds hardwood floors, and should find an owner who w.nt fireplace charming patio porch 3 frame home. having 3 bedrooms I do what we can to settle down to
0. PIne Phone 2-3163. on the
frigerator. or..e. tee. special This lovely plenty of room down stairs '3 all tile batha. regular living We still!
r A. other feture lovely bedrooms. 3 circu again can
GARAGE DOORS (OVERHEAD* I Cl L Sil I CHURCH ST. 431 E.-m.n bedroom (10.500 completely ) but who will let the now I had.o frs 1' b.th
filler 9 cu. ft. commercial freexer. HOTH can b bu"b' rooms maid's room with bath butler's 2 car with gripe and as long as we can do that
Complete with hardware good con This equipment may WE BUY used furniture. Call us be- next bath. Close do.nto.n Good or (9.5OO unfurnished. unoccupied ups.lr apartment b'' and all h.l kitchen. Unusual there is not much danger for the
b Plre."dtethe furnr. pantry shop or hobby room
dition. Al pair French Doors andswine I o in separate uDt fore selling. Orlando Furniture Co section. Only 1 weekly. _ _ Information. rentr. 11. It's j of eletr lined dot .orl lot beautifully .t.ch. U. S. A Most of us have good shelter
A-I Corner No. 2 store, 615 W. Church, phone Nice 1210 Colo- out lumbr Sp.coOr1ztht1 and
endlton Orange Ave. this I CE- 2ofiiiUrrest room Harry Heath. Broker. E .ould pay .ntare oil attic storage 11e many citrus trees and an eat three squares a day,
Lake Davis Drive BrokvW., > equipment. Modern Appliances Inc. 2-4833.- mea \ nia: Dr.. Ph. 8253 Call Col. McKee with 0 In..tm.nt.1 time roof..Owner leaving Orlando I abundance of sub-tropical plantings. drive an automobile and meander

till 10 ..m. Phone 8274. ROOF COATI1G.Protect your roof I WILL BUY. remove or ... your bath. COLLEGE PARK-New 3 bedroom 2-O836. 109 E. Pine. _ desires quick sale therefore For a home with real contentment around about as we please, and a*

I for the wlnxr. fo a ka pine trees. Call King Building and CASSELBERRY-Azalea Lodge American bungalow by builder who erects DUPLEX-Nicely trl.hed priced this home way under the market this is worthy of Investigation. Reasonably lousy as we sometimes say our government

BTrat ofl. Porc. e.n At Gldden' 1.5 Lumber Company; telephone 7267. Plan Hotel; riding hora.fishing homes that sell Qlick. Near I cm. Price Herman I IGoodwin. -only 12.0. terms one-half priced Immediate possession. Is. It's still the best In the
in .o Inc.. Broker 671 N. Orange; with HaroldShepherd VergoweAtency. world. So. let's throw awav the
T. pt-p blrnel table model: HIGHEST paid for huntD season. w1tr school, stores Can show any cash See Ltte For full particulars see
: beating Por RADIOSPho 469 .I oranges MKPRIC Park 9174W. day. even Jan. 1st from 9 to 6. 9855. I Realty .. 20 E. Washington Realtor 29 E. Church St hammers boy some horns and say
finish inside and out eoale. S M.ln Lat 5124. someth.ng good about each other
Realtor. 9788- St. Phone
: 3-1220. O. C. EAST and compact Phone 7833WINTER"PARK
SIDE Homey
RADIO Used Whit ______ 11.50. 6tw.r. each cay. Let's base Uvinc this
; 5 band good our
cl.n Cn't dlolr. 35. Coe Music WE PAY (25 for your old drop head MONOU AV. 644 Exclusive.MILLS I three-bedroom house that will do I LKETLr.. lot moer AVE S28-New conCrete coming year on F.R C.-Faith in our
Olte don Quak eondltln Singer splendidly for you you want aninexpensive le.ln. block aid stucco. 3 bedrooms
burner sewing machine I country: Hope for the future Charity
non-clogging C. Or.ne.RDlNTIXHETHo_ _ _ _ rladle Four
he.t Acur.t. all welded steel of age or condition Phone 32t. ST.. 911 N.-Private home; pl.c for Winter montb State w sacrifice on ter. hardwood floor, steel casement win towards each other. This office

body. pIe $59 SO. 20 like box suitable for business couple or gen COLLEGE PARK and rental while you go j miles court house Ropr R.lt,I dows finest construction Drive by wishes you _a_ pleasant, healthful.

J. Wilcox. Service & Sale WaIter spring excellent condition 35. Fuel Oil and Wood tpm.n I SuTimer. Ready to use right now. I IPr.red Church and Main: 2-=43. and then call us P.H A. financed. prosperous ima w. j. Klstier. Rca.-
ac. ba.In Here is a concrete block com at Call 0 Har.Mor.R..lor. Only $2OM cash $45 month on
E .Robinson ROOMS With IIS. per tor. Post Office Bide. Eustis. Florida.
Linen 312 or without
181 1 .ve i Ave.B.re. Winter Com.n. 626. Call FUEL OIL Telephone 5118 or $12 to (20 per week;Irv.leb.tb. pact. 1 bdrom. comfortable home. I Pine 2-36. price of HOO H. T. Boland. Real Phone 391 Red. P. O. Box 1146.
2-1430 for a safe suitable eldel couple. Co" t MARKS STREET SCHOOL tor. 672 N. Orange: Carrisan Bldg.
HEARING AIDS-Several used between9:30 a m. and 5:30: p.m. I Orange. Court St.
aids. Low prices Custom eo RADIO-Philco floor model,(15 1902 dollars and cent Orlando Fuel 0'' SPRUCE shopping center and modern city bu. R.1 home. 2-4551. MAY WE ASSIST YOU CT acquiring
mole ; large living room comfortable
VE.aep I EAST buys substantial You like this
Copn WITTER PARK Virginia Relents. home
for all Ic. SIES85 a
Acoustlcon ,
Maxcy w
Jewel Ave.. Winter East side log Steel casement frame
ac : car roof. 3 spacious Orange Ave. It is
140 E. P.rk kichen pr. bun".lo. New 7-room masonry bungalow: 3 Colonial Garden*-Roomy yet
to your filled Lfetme com'
1 3 _ _ o houe. FUH.v.. -. t.n. or prn. First for. Near bus w.ncows tile Offered unfurnished bdroms h.rd"o floors fireplace construction with cypress shingle sl,- bedrooms: utility room with laundry pact. 2 bedroom and sleeping
HEATERS-Oil Evans su ST JAMES HOTEL South but will include electric range fruit. Close to comfortable in Summer or Win-
t1iU. Winter Park 200. McGraw Fuel Oil -R prche. V.r.t, and toilet: tile bath and kitchen: porch large closets and storage space
pr deluxe c.b General Electric cmbla.tlD wit Service Undo SIn (7 weekly up. and oil circulator stove. This I nice Owner le..lnc. I ter. 2 lane bedrooms and of course ash floors: tOe sills floor furnace. 2-car attached garage, located In

hoe heater. Flame & o t short wave b.nd.prl"d nht foI FIREWOOD (10 up. Phone 9253. for 1.0. Drive b7 433 E HandIng and call for ,' a beautiful spacious living room. din Completed soon Priced low with roodterms. block of nice home
blrer. This is the hOrnta j quick 354 -For sale. Get it while 'ViNTER- appointment. Exclusive. room tile bath kitchen. .
0D Weir System 628 E. Pine.
I 8.1. ttr Newly furnishedrooms Hutn. In moer
draft oil For particulars G. 118 N."It's
& and Brick
1 RADIO- PHONOGRAPH call l..t prices and double BRW FEIC. R..I.r. 62's E. Central CLc.del: i.r. and a 4B41. KaroUna St.. Winter Park New
.m.1 eentr.l
er. length. U )
eblnato" A.
Dubl. h.p. CoeD 691. a.n. D.I Lot home brace hardwood
A surprise Christmas locte Jade found.ton 55'd5C floors, elec
I Lnter 3
f.m. Th flm. mue slab $2 a load. 12- fur- trig automatic bat
water ,
flame "lt each radio combination. Special WoDLa. Great Live in Orlando." I.nd..pd. frt.Kelvinator. oil circulator WINTER PARK One of Winter beater attached
t.a odl& strand, t I
lra J. Service and "o.1.0 a dehvred. nlsh.d garage on paved street close
duces a Water Wlx' i YMCA-Attractive rooms for young Parka finest lakefront homes with
soc.51 .r.de.1. mor. le.t Hon I a.o. 6 E. Robinon ".S. 0 J SPr, Box Ta& men. Single or double. and up. EAST SIE1 five blol from and new gas rree. 13,0. guest houses servant's quarters, etc. to Lake Killamey. 1 Mock north of

surface ;lUects heat from the olden I RFROERTareCi.s Prac Fla Call 1.CRSE _ _ 1 CHEROKEE PARK-A loveiy 6-room turt HARLOW O. 118 N.Orange Location on approximately 12 acre Fairbanks. between Otto and Formosa.
WOOD Stove and home completely furnished and FERIC. Terms to suit
flame. Heat wave blower : faeplaee. $5 and on large chain of lakes with beautiful
heat from coUev'.ing at the r.at I Reasonablypjriced. 230 Concord up; strands special price Cash and ROOM. be.t. overlooking bun.low. On D. street and Income of $15O. month i: lve. Da 818B lake front. Approximately 7 acres
distributes 36O cu. ft. of c1a. E carry. 14O1 W W.smtn 7267. 2- for Iorm.tion among prt, A full :'lt.t:: alone. See this one. in large bearing urove. beautiful Lake Davis Section. Jwt listed a most
Ph : ' Orlando.
minute faereforc you he.td less I RFGERTORcor"hd King Fruit Co. rm. Frepl.ce. for., you pnC at only 118.0 Or.t to Live h gardens. W B Nicholson, Realtor 14 comfortable 3 bedroom home, large
pr TRANSIEh'L'-One double. kitchen sun room. I'a baths oil heater, floor
In Evans because one 8. 2-1619.
an .1 O".r.Mor.Rp.lton. Main:
you get more and tr.
benefit from the heat that is pro I 128.P.c ft galore.of frnt Coln-hel..dor hou puts WOok: wo$4 .t.ud Pi. any. lengh day o:"ek. Cal 861. aele.BY 2 prcheL laundry system tub 1..1. ". 10 E. Pine. Phone 2-238. corner furnace.lot.2carage.. All on nice

dacr. Special pr fo D Walter wife Helps her prepare -un.. COMFORTABLE ROM-Heat: double kitchen equipment and dining WINTER PARK-2-story frame. 3-
tn..r. i MARKS ST. 1110
WIx Sa. since 1 easier, lunches b easy eh.lr always hot furniture Included at terms EDGEWATER HEIGHTS-Surrounded E.-olon.lt. bedroom home; basement: hot air Next year do year plans Include the
_E RO"'Dn 1 dinners. Reduces food J 37. Fertilizers and Soils water: bus: Ph. 2O838.CLEAN. .r.ne. See Mr. Ste..r 11.5. Har I by fine homes and located in one rooms New block encUOA bd- furnace: lifetime roof: newly deco purchase or sale of a home? If so

B T--W HEATER 30 gallon roping and spilling. Of course :I Ii piSAN-a-t and double I Realty C. E. Washington of Orlando's most exclusive residential -: Owner; leaving town. aurne rated inside and out. Price (8.25O. we would "be pleased to serve you by

"Evans* deluxe oiL $141.90-Jan- i Crosler-Srielvador is as beautiful COLD SlOKU.It in your gar- *. Telephone - St._Phone ato.is this modern 2-.tor Ask for H-1297. Harold V. Condict trading what yets want or acIng

nary learance .. 199 50. 222 W. It is practical w'th graceful :I ,den ar"t and pst 2-3115. CITY LIMITS- .veiw. Corner lot. .ment home with 3 bedroom Realtor. 37 E. CentraL Ph. 6137. what you have.

Ce5rsI Hdw. Ph. 2-2317. | contours lutrol chrome and control Listen to Ol .s : LAKE VIEW-Large ga I New block home. Tiled bath window and baths. Oak for furnace 2- WINTER PARK-Lake Knowles sec

A 3155. ;: h.rd..r a life time finish WHOO Sunday morninc. 7.4. 60S ATCE with connecting steel Stop' car garage Nlcel 1.nd".pd lot NORTHWEST 1-year-old ,blthou. tion. Cozy, furnished studio home Everett Well Broker. A. W. Ridz.
Tshl.mo.l .m.t1 rof. s.b. Owner has Possible 3 bedrooms
: listening snow white deluxe Brookhaven Dr. 6314. b.th to.
I with fireplace, Associate. 124 E. Colonial. Pha.
n.ht I See en.me le.t and hot water: also sunny ro j and balance S6O key. (23, 00. terms. W. B. Nicholson.Realtor. . screened porch large lIving room
Will heat cubic of your fr.Dn. Crosier d.a.r.I DAIRY FERTILIZER WANTED Phone 573 monthly. Vacant. Roper drl beamed celling. 2 bedrooms aU electric 3-3502 or 3-2363.
1.2 t .pe. I Gmlem.. R.I S. ; 2-1619. large lot. inside.
Kelvinator .. I I 2 Wiln. Service and Sa. De in large or quantities Church and_Main: 1 Man tn unfurnished. kitchen, paved street. Price (895O.
H..r. lnce 1936. .ma Easy terms Furnished
W. h. _ : phone 2.3t3'1 Sammie Francisco Realtor, Rm. 4.
102 Cur Au. SentinelStar. 'I 47-1. Rental Agencies Ha approximately $8000 29% INVESTMENT Duplex 4-room

REFRIGERATORS-Immruftate delivery ._ DUBSDREAD COUNTRY See Central_Arcsde:7407._ apartment each side. Partly fur
now CLUBPractically G.L 4%
BOWEFZRl EAST-Brand new 5-room concrete L
. Kelvinalor model.on the new.Cole,7 Deluxe FILL and good rich top soil For fullmeasure LANDLORDS We win supply you new concrete block home out of city limits. Cornerlot. 'Crawford Wth l.n Rbt Excl.e.L Pd. WINTER PARK-Lakeview: 1940 lifetime nished. Income (1900 yearly 830
I 127993. 31
Dpr.eDt 102 W. Church.INI.AW Store 143 N. trL. Associated and quick .delivery dial desirable tn.nt free of eh.n..nd bdr ban"ao. Full tiled fluorescent breezeway and tor. 668 ; 2-591 ban-alow, 3 bedrooms. 3V feet hicbway. 100 feet lake frontage
Ave. 2-4O53 phone l.ht. baths maid s room. Architecturally 40 fruit trees. (7.900. terms Call today
uoiU-W. supply and __ obl.ton Real a, I.re Uir sr..d. prch, brswa ea.ee 1695Or.nu correct for 71*. One-half cash This of Fri. A. C. Qvlden. Broker en
tops and I FILL DIRT and clay. One or more a Ys.G :: 2-car fln. I.u. r tubs. NORTHEAST-Buy a home you wIll
lta I RADIO-O. E. pr.b.tI cy4O9 Oranie Avf. P Lo. 100 i 150. Owner going north, will stand careful comparison. Don 17-92 3'i miles north of underpass
A.dona 2501 load fW me..e Call &days, I ; i1 Memor.1 Section-2-story cypress be proud to owa. In a restricted
Phone 211.NCK Ece.trDr I,I charging 94..lt.PfATTO_ WEH"'BRDiTA-U I for quick sale. 11,75. Terms. W. B.Nicholson larce. quality-, Bone. See this new. well constructed Dudley. Realtor. 2-4745. ON THE EDGE OF TOWN Ho city

: and 2 Used 6 months. $75. 5O5 N. Sum- soil and fill a, 49 Realtr. ".I 2-1619. built hme. Large lot. Furnished. 3-bedroom home on a nice lot Price 2-CAR GARAGE APARTMENT 1- taxes yet all conveniencee. Bus,

STVl I merlin. dtr. Wt. South Orange. 13.5. F. Slayton. Realtor 32 E Lyle with Herman Goodwin floor plan. Excellent for couple. stores, and school 2 bedroom bungalow -

Wyk"tr.* HOw 2924JCnhl.KrrCHEr .. .'SPACE OIL HET72.0. 52.- -a.nd.Fla Dlnr. County. COLONIAL OAESI this beau FIe; Ph 65.FAIBA"K Ic 15.0._ Broker 9855. Lovely lot with variety of fruit trees. completely and nicely famished
!I 000. 50.000. gas Ll.r phn 49. Business Rentals homes we (32OO. See Reel with Gordon-Beck. including modern electric kitchen
metaL Several 1 3.C 3J1. I tu o mot NORTH OP LK IANOENe. Large with workshop
STLn l.ter .1 ae. Imm.dl.te 5-room that was AVE. five-room Broker. 340 N. Orange 3-1876. garage and
Knox SECON2brom bune.lo.wtb .a MOxlSO. 23
shower. Lot heavy
E ro 1.11n Hare,Ist.I-1 38. Plants Flowers and Seeds built in Ml. arne porch attached ho. Lr.e tlth..I..e rage. High lot on paved .t surrounded $1.000 DOWN-East aide. 4yr.ld 2- Price $8"75O bearIng
8trMCo2S Dr citrus trees. terms Phone
Pn. 2316.LlBER id..ter Ph 2-1971._ WARDOU OR STORAGE ??- --. garage. large lot. 195 dining 18. rom ; by nice homes. bedroom and bath buntalow: cKy
:: Below 0 110.0 A. T. "Buster" Carter. 9516. Jamei-
cost STAMP Allen Johnson. Realtor. 14O .
MACHINES double butane Immediate
location Call
Od-l Vlrtorv Pptare0'iic AZALEAS Potted : with t. with kitchen equipment water gas. POUMK-
In .
.,- Ask Mills .Nb our type. 19. w:::trace as pa- Phoie Azalea Shop or at eOrUP. psu 5Pand ra road frat.ce'' ange_ : 8612. "Specialiring in .Homes today or Fd.0 137S.. ., Broker handled w-th S1SJO cash. C.I b. aloe Total price M.OOO. Louis Bell.Brnk .. son and Carter. Realtors. 12 B. Main.

",''.. -- ; : : treirr l G 1 .;1. v. "P- S'0 %. lot sa ft CONWAY'LE-Near7He 1121 Orlando Ave.. Winter Br-en with O'Harra-Mc< 10 E rPti 2-8TS4. _ _ A' DREAM HOME Just built, 2 bedrooms
LAWN SPRDCKLISQ system Easy "i.OI":1'f ; BLOOMING PLANTS ". ". B. ., has sprinkler sysnJ - rl7ew Park Pro Ph ne :""8' TWO 'DUPLEXES: -Fine apartments.Rent screened porch, car po;>e-
Primroses, .
payment Surveys an eatlllinteswithout 6TOV&-1 "beater: like pansies. poinsettias- azaleas.Oardelw vie-. : 1 ve1 uw" bujrance r.t. plete. 2 large screened porches. 3 lots. FERN CREEK SECTION- bedroom owner. income per year $276O Price Itttal loeac.on., same Must a'- isappnefials

obe.tn PI and tef A..oU lt dos aM> N. Orange, a'r T Rator| > 1 w &| nut. dee t .tr ahola bus. I boose block; 11.70 do.b.ln NORTA6ECONB7 hoe (22.000. $10.000 cash balance long 2219 H..crestPn.. 6489.

.6 ; Ph(118.j.: ke P i PS.. 3-1727. J Ileta 614 church. 160. 0 can get S4OOOI payments. C. Irr'l P right for sate. Private party term. See owner R. J. Ben. 2322 X.Wastington .
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14 Telephones: 4161 or 3-1681 Hanbo a iSmtttog &rutiud Wednesday, December 31, 1947

THE GALLUP- POLLResolutions |,Shriners Hear Polls' Accuracy .

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Follow Pattern: Since 1920 the method of public department of Rollins Freemansaid

opinion polling has so improved will be glad to consult with
I that such polls are now
Orlando merchants and businessmen -
within two cent of being ac-
ty GEORGE GALLUP !I swered "yes""were asked' : "What I curate, Dr. G. \\ Freeman, as- who may wish to conduct a
will be
[Dlr. Amenon Institute Public Opinion] they of business administration
| sistant professor 'poll
: are the 10 resolutions
PRINCETON, N. J.-One prediction 1 most often mentioned: at Rollins College, Freeman was introduced by

that can be made a year i| said yesterday at the luncheon Donald Cheney, assistant to the
I 1. Improve my disposition, { meeting of the Shrine Club.
in advance with perfect confidence be more understanding, control president at Rollins,who explained -
is what resolutions the temper. }Freeman as guest speaker at the recently organized division -
the (club discussed the me i of economics and business
American people will make for 2. Improve my character, live
better life. chanicsof public opinion re i administration, of which Free-
the New Year. search. He explained that merchants i man is a new member.
3. smoke less.
Years come and go, some 4. Stop Save smoking more money., corporations and politicians -Ta.t.. B.., 11$ M 01, CrIwM Kl*,-

bringing war and (chaos others 5. Stop drinking, drink less. had long wanted to Sale of City Citrus
know vi hat people thought
but New
and ,
peace prosperity 6. Be more religious, go to
Year's resolutions are made- but not until 1920 did someone
church oftener. For
I decide to out and ask them. ApprovedSale
and many brokf'nan'Ordingto 7. Be more efficient, do a bet [
a fairly regular pattern. ter job. I The country is zoned into socioeconomic of Orlando's citrus crop

is based the 8. Take better care of y areas for taking polls, for $1,400 was approved yester-
Th. pattern inborn desire of on Ameri- health. Freeman said. From these areas day by City Council, which wasW
strong 9. Taking greater part in home a percentage of people are sent told that spotty production .
cans for self-improvement. life. questionnaires. Thus It is only would make it difficult to esti-

For 1948, for example mentioned, the resolutions two 10. Lose [or gain] weight. I necessary to poll about 10,000 mate the number of boxes but
most frequently
disposition Although these are the major people. that the deal would allow an operational -
are: "to improve my
control my temper"; and good intentions for 1948, there I The business administration profit of $300.

"to improve my character, live a are, of course, hundreds of oth
better life." ers. One man announced his OUR BOARDING HOUSE
main resolution was "to get mar-

Those Identical resolutionswere ried to a different woman," while WELL,MA3OR. Hoopla! EVEQ1 HAPPY NEVI FIR,IKS.
among the top three last another male has resolved "to T. WAS HOP1K4G VJALTJOUlOOLD TIME lvt! HACkLEV) AMD MRS.
year too. The other"one was to leave this town." Be. HOMe EARLY MU6ANO f RA ell Ai3!Z &WST TELL I

"sa e more money The most important improvement TONIGHT,6OT IF"YOU'RESOlrtGTb MEETS VJALDO AND ACE X MET
Although much is made of resolutions one woman could think of THAT STAG YOLVJe, ; TWo CUAWAlrtG LADIES
in jokes, cartoons and literature was "to win more often at FACTY AT THE oWLS HAVE To vJTftt THAT UEJ LOOK
only one out of four Am- cards," and another intends CLUB,U ?VL PROBABLY sewo/ -VLt 6LREVOU2
ericans says he is going to make "not to get behind in my correspondence BE DeLNERS OiTUe SCOOT FOQTUtIATEMATES

any this year. However, it is ." FRONT PORCH WITH f= 70DOP FACE A 3Ott'Uc,
possible that the other 75 per The fact that the leading resolution tue MORNING HLI 1 slG FtJIUREr
cent take to heart the advice of is almost always to improve MILK./ WM! -, IN t948!
an old English saying to-the effect one's disposition and control
that a wise man does not one's temper is not surpris
boast of his resolutions until they ing. \Vhen the Institute conducted

are in effect.A a survey some months ago
nation-wide survey of American asking people what they thought
adults was asked by Institute their own chief fault was, most
interviewers whether they voters admitted that their lead

are making any resolutions this ing fault is "getting angry too
year. The 25 per cent who an quickly losing my temper.

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.. payments 8 9 Note of scale 39 Fruit decay

13 Rested mistakesPrinting 23 Natural fat 40 Ireland OH, TRY IT NO THEY ALWAYS PULL
114 His school Is 10 Fasten A GOOD SKATER SMART-ALECKY TO MAKE
in the largest 12 Auctions 29 Japanese ruminant .4tH' KIN MAKE GIRLS LOOK RIDICULOUS/
city of the 13 Country in seaport 42 Half an em TH'TURN
Asia 30 Mills coins 45 Deed
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[ from Preceding rage 55. Country Property for Sale I 58. Real Estate | 60. Business OpportunitiesGOOD 75. Used Autos for Sale
Va.tef I IJ I Mister Bregerk. j j t 76. Trailers. Trucks for Sal I II Wrlau.i3 tyrntiii .
51. llonsrs for Sale lake. buyers U you have the property. LATON-For CHEVROLET 1947 sedan. 2-tl I DODGE-1947 pickwp. Dual i PAGE 15 WED. PI'" T 1
on a I In and meat J II ,
.D are blua I paint. low Jim
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BOO ft. lake Ideal Call A. T. C.rer. 3-112 JamersonI business; uptown ; cheap rent.Sacrifice mies | wheel 1000 mile Felix Wine .
COTTAGE trailer camp. Partly abut I and 904 N. . Phone 34521.CSIVROI.ETI$36 Standard Motor Orange Blossom i -
for your home. 84.500.-term. M.ln'WE I
c.ne for quick sale. 147S.
"'75. Ph. S2S Winter I Owner Trail ; Trucks for Sale
furnished: i at i '6 Tier ;
Phone A. T. 3-1622. Jamerson Wu
Park. C.rer. DO NOT promise to sell but we Court I 2-door. Good run- I

and Re.lor.12 8. Main. do promise to work on house, | ATTENTION We i' ni .otr. tires and Pat Bar- ''FR PAJU dlr t. I I ZIMVER TRAILERS- a
.n1 Repairmen-
Church. "
COUNTRY PRPERT-: lane or _.1 or proprl, offer fully RIO and .In I I b 1 I tfc* new 19 n. ".'. a-
1916." Ak Re.ltr. priced Poe list .up ette. \ DESOTO 1947 as**. Frank Rer-i -,. I
f.ll1 a I shop In an excellent Convertible Club FORD PICK-UP
"M good
"p.1 lo.ton :
knows. 12 8. ..
A DELIGHTFUL HOMX: TO OWNI I !? _probbl1 M.ln Boland. Realtor. C.rr.a 1500. King Real Et.t. 3 | Cup.Like brand new. A beautiful I motor and cannIng gear 201 N. Oranae Blossom '
LAKE FRONT BOMB-3 1.b., 672 N. Orange.4551.WANTED E. Church; 8435. . opalescent green. Equipped i I C.b.n body fair: (475. Can alumtGani t laS.
It I* difficult lira a true picture rooms; 3Vi acres: with accessory. Willsell 6356. I II ZA .
P.ye house west side. (1 .nr1 l..lnb\ | | 4 6 r<-- "
of UM many outstandini Die .m. PeU. Ctr. and aad. 000 .o Francisco. .I MON MAKING DRIEIN-9 ft. .rl.1 price or d boy t A-.r a.1 I
things about. this parucular home and trees: t.n '10,0. tor. Rm.... S.mme Arcade; Rea crnpr location hlgh.a1. trade 'm.ne. Terms to 24 I FORD -PaneL 1935. excellent -.. Q. M. d.lre. 1' ,J
MM rounds which surround It but Chenat Jennings. I 't7. Ea.blhe business; modern bu.ldla.ulpmert mot See &8 Evans. Phone i Un Bargain for quick sal* S P flIts: b.,- 'I. ,

her ar* some of th. fact will 1 7234. LISTINGS WANTED on your property. Buy bUIIDe 4771. j .Strange.I _ _ _I St P. 121 M. C-- _>
b Interested in having.It | PINE CASTLE 4-room house; 10 For Immediate attention can prpr1 110. ten. C. B.Da.1 I ; ; 3OO Blossom TraiLSPCIAI.Save Sa.
Washington. 'DDE'5 4-door. Exceptionally I ;:
i acre ,o Isnd. Pa.e road electriclty. 2t.1. Reb.rd I.lrRa R.ltr. .1 I Pteoaki* It. Carl
la of frame entcUon has 2 35. W. McKenney. O.nu._ _ _ _ I 735. ._- Mills 2-2174.Wykygyl Motors 751N City Rd by b'I.

extra Jr.brom.paeou. II,- Broken C ney Hlwiy; 2.1. .N. for new 2 bedroom i BLOCK OFF ORANGE I ; I _ Dtr.tr. Trait- ;: '0
Inc rm. l.r.. I Heart of Town location an'Vul DODGE 1936: good motor end 0 M B l -
rom .n a D. hen aNFRF.-IGacram t home .It floors in a good I sunny .0 I
dmUe. mat mer k1< pod restaurant doing nice _tires. : f0 Macloose. brand n Ce 994

screened maple floors frDt throughout.and prb. lon lcudln. growing crop. part nellbbrho.. Wibu: 'Strlck.Dd. I Housed In building with 5 rentable DODGE 1940 club Clean. I< K. Orange Ave. Phone 2-4521.
2 bedroomgarage I rooms. Good lease at (20O per coup.
Is an attic etenu.. 'rol front t r.d1. H .h.rn.I ;1 NORTHERN for month. Income from room m.t.a restaurant perfect conditon. he.t t BUE-rAI-2. I. uD
back of the house bee.l.' BUY .akl. I er Best (9OO. Must t i iou'.Lkly to
re.l1 1m small !! This Isi oUe sn i
of ill health. Call Hall with . hom. us.
have .It .pr.Uon fr. : 2115 S. I SuIte at office Pala* r Trailer Park. I QUALITY CARS
You.i We will selL M. D. Bailey i worth Price D.n.
.aat. 2 steam Boland. Realtor. 672 N. Orange CarrlsanBld R.ltr. i i UT.t? to see. S8500. Frret.DOE'36 I 12>0 Orange Blossom Trail.
b-ick. fepl.< .. and in the Summer ra, .. 24551.- 30 E. Church phone_!!.6. ,I Phone A. "Buster" Carter. 3-1622.: coupe; good motor and '
Wit. Jamerson and Carter. Realtors. 12 S.M.ln town immediately HOVER TRAILER-New. "Mr
a ,keeps the house cool -rS-A-L-TE Location YOU I MUST HAVE AT ONCE Modern (150. 521 E. J.eksn eapd. never been .s.fu17 11948 PACKARD Del.txeI SI '
and I I want t i house. 3 bedrooms. 2 .. Hardwood 1st offer -
comfor.b II I I leave lt> this Located on 'I floors, good b Call Yes DESOTO-1946 Custom 4-door sedan. I. t lDnalt.. said i I R.c Male. Ven'I is: .e

T/ era If a Ian ta.ar and also earportecochere i I hill en ,:.t chain of lakes. Van Hoten Broker.lo.ton 55.. 61. Bank Loans services low mileage. Prc for quick sale week.reason Can t.ke be seen. Box. l Forest I a le new $!_;

which .I m,I About acre S in ."cUent DEPOSIT A PART of each dollar yon at 2195. S..t a Evans, phone I City Rd.. Orlando.. "
4'21 or . a o O CADILAC Se 2-"
S this 2 bath bU. Business RI
"rt.b1.eeoo.t. cr. I Irn. Jdrom. hae. earn in a First National Bank In- I Apopka_H.b..I. Ph. !,19 6"
special and : and i,..r
42. convertible
before i Mate
C.rpr. 3-182. terest-Bearing Savings Account n
bld lund -
[. .IU statio'iary. tubs. ,,I Carter. M.m I AUTO ACCESSORIES SHOP you spend a single cent and pro radio; heater, new .. cub COlp I 1,I HOUSE used 4 TRAILER Inquire 1947.Keller 27 n{{'I age. $..

station restaurants grocery : vide for tomorrows security._ Acondition: 1. : 527 Conroy. 'I mODth.
This property. 170x140 ft. Is deleht SMALL FARM-30 acres I meat m.rket Call A. W. Ridge, 2 b'Tks from Ave. oft Division. C.rl Ann Traer Court. Orange i'ISt CADILLAC "62" Sc.*.rC '-

fully Ind.uJd. having .Ide <' fenced and cross fenced. T.cpa. al.te we Brokr. 120. PiRNA INSTALLMENT LOANS FORD* -We have several rental Tr.ltI _ I nal black fim-h a.
variety shrubbery an rom E. ; at First Bank cr. ,, HOOSE'J2 3 room Con I :
no.e. frame house. Norh.elt.f Orlando. : I cot lN N.tona for sale at bargain prices 1946 1!I I I I beater k mileage t
abundance Including sr&n5rLgrapefruit. When Is for no rcaI -
frit Price cah with Comp.r. b'nvht D" and kept in excellent conc.UL.n lintl G elt
pineapples ( 100. yoa get ( 93-Payments ( 834 !i at .l'e5mo. m.ntbll on b.l.ne. McNntt- BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Sine I Olin's Used Inc, 242Nocanoe i L 1941 PONTIAC C' e r.
and "ann.. j Realtors. W. Washington 1 1920. Phone I ( ISO.: yon get 139-Payments 12.5O Ca. I I ... Service Dor Cub -
i' Hp.ae 1 2-1008. 45 W. Central. 166'7 Ave. I! ph. St. I .D Ma r.4 4 -
I ( 200 you get --- :
I Prescott V. f 1P.IDent 437.I
This one of fur- at j Steel I ( you get 25 OO ol. $1095.
th 27P.llent.
.mfor.bl I i 30. I I Scholt others to ch-i.-'* f
( get 33 34 1 :
De hom. deta MODERN RAMBLING tile bungalow. BUSINESS LISTINGS NEEDED-See ;1 ( .0.you you get 372-P.I.ent 41 67 '''..1. oi4is'oio FORDS-1937-85-1936 ad.n To neT. priced to MtL c' .t book prices or c*. w.I .
Ul.h caleftment 5.
I Metal sash asbestos shingle roof j! Harlow 0. Fredrick.Business you get 930-Payment* 83 34 "Gee Mr. Cole I don't 'like this salesman 19J4 coupes. Standln' by a 32 K.l _ I
This home with an fnrnlshlnes. Isbeingoffered 3 bdrom. 2 b.th.electric kitchen I Headquarters lie N. Orange. I II i I .100. monthly payment 12 montMP.ment , jobthat :ank ..IU. f ocatra in. that's bad. I.,I H ETAJeW.eon ft. Covered
to you for $15.750 all rom. Irna room 1630.cathedral 'I. I 1, for IS months ar* smaller last customer slammed the door in my face' these have all got ho kfttin' I!I condition. J. C. McKELLAR INC
and (9.7: cash required balance celling bl frpl.c all BARBER SHOP-Winter Park 1:, life Insurance to pay -MM! motors slid look Priced Late.t Oall.a1 Service _t._. :
.n private mortgagt. fronting 400 't on and 11-a Feur. Icud.of The Firs' :rom (225 to (285. J. a"Hosseluks'iaillh 11 Dr. .
6.0 4OO ft. on Lake Kathryn. Only'| I de.t. 4th 64. Help Autos-Trucks for Rent 333 N. Main
i I Bank St HOUSE TRAILER 23 ft.. PbM
For further p.rlcll.r. please I (19.500. Quick possession. M J. < BUSINESS LOT I f.te.t eo.lD. I i N.tona Hours a to 4.. for. I I Commander Coach: metal top; good'
c.n I EI..tr. S.t '
section \ I
Moss. 132 8. dial WAITRESS 0-DRIVE INC Nt ,
Lane M.I 6977. ars tires
I I beautifully flntaBed. Must
Colonial;Br.dford 2. 10. K BUY FROM owner-8O acre stock I) street. Can 'b bought this on easy terms. 62. Loans Up to S3UO( 1 full time. Apply for renb> day we> '. in innn-.h FORD-1941. by owner 4 door, clean '.I sell (el.n.. See Indiana :: .
Why not lot DYi.
P and build 1.
South :< : it N
I I I Court Street. atcos4.
farm and orange grove fenced: 3 I r tal in good condition all tires. and Orande.
your own store. Carrigan Ac Boland. I R P 8.
bedroom frame house in excellent AUTO. Furniture. Diamond Loans- WAITRESS" nee 2.481 ana 142 Gar- ''
: 48 tag. (985. Mn. Donna Smith first .
Inc. Owners. Carrigan Bide., 672 M.I ; Ph _' HOUSE TRAILER? 28
condition: large barn good chicken ; 2551.CASEERY. Economy Finance Company. J. F. perienced. Apply .1 house of Taft Public School. equipped. Must

I house and flock of laying bens: tool |I Or.ne I Burger. Manager. 1006 Met.1 Bldg. House. 360 N. or.n Taft 5It. _ _ Ann Trailer P.rt.STI93. R Car
52. Gro.e tor Sale house pump house garase and small I Ph. 20339.CABS Auto Service I I YOUR PACKARD DL34
FORD 1941 convertible. Radio heat- I 1 '
BEAUTY SHOP ft. A good
apartment in of house; tractor i WAIESWle
ORV acres. 305 seedling trees '1 farm tools h ar of cattle all inI I Ielade. I' equippd Please telephone LOANS For rom. I 0 I MEN T-Free Inspection. er. spotlight. et. Originalblack bn.l. (1995. N J Orange Ave. 5:1-2: S14TI
most any personal Car told .
Estimate boxca Creek running through Winter Winter 531 repairs by expert mech- tD1. b fro new. Winn Standard Orange
ho. P.rl 2-221. !
6rm 2.00 prop or business purposes at, Aecpptanc . 101 W. . I
: E.ns sow Trail at
and :
I W s Ai.ne-stopuecviceat- WahlngtD.
D1bl-.l e"pr bua- erl. tl.pbone Corporation in Orlando AIR-EES2 G.
nesa goes grove. (9.975 School bus by 4 miles I s Service. N. Orange FORD-'35 i-ten SPARTAN The
e. dor. DAIRY-Establlsheddairy '.rm 35 with home office at 480 N. Orange 3 Av plck.-Lnd latest Just .r.
Phone Casselberry. 2-2221. I city limits on paved highway. ,: acre*. 30 head c.tl. 3 surge Avenue. Phone 7136. Same serviceat work in new JOBS and wheel tun perfect. Frank Reed Trailer Sites. :
S5.0OO cash balance terms. Apply I 1 men room. Kissimmee. fmsr.ce. R. S. Even 101 W. Orange Blossom Trail.TRAILERSNew .
6 offices in Cocoa. Winter Haven nmcDt. .
LAKE bedroom FRONT home home and .on. 2 I 1| Church at- Orlando. 1. Owner Complet. equipment D.lJ, and St. Cloud. slnia Atkinson.WAITRESSShort. lsnce.you .I. Wbel. Central _ _ _ _ _ used.

beautiful moer .nrlotl'j(' j Fairvilla. PhonecountyjllsM1.DRY | l Sons. 1010 W Church. FORDS-'47 Spr DeLuxe 4-o.,! c.n:' "UbrIDi..D -Am-t I
leL 0 ft Business Property for Sale | 42 \ convertible. I
6-acre .. ... additional 56 CLEANING PLANT An established I CASH LOANS-Quickly made on fur- pay. Te GI.s REPAIRED-We supply all AU 3 I. ..o.nd 'Suthem B B
land. including present I I and diamonds. Orlando's i Ph. auto also eonnrtblc. ce.n. Wykygyl I
niture. autos tires
business with modern gas
Pc. 'rl npd.
j jI 1oor .. *
crop. ( with trm. 'i APARTMENT BUILDING-Close In. mont doing eu'P own Home Finance Co.. 314 i Dixie and Service. W : : I cessories: Coleman' and 'Pce'Wav'stove I MOTORS
Dative. Broker. 21 I I ft modern well furnished units. B.tacUol ; volume trou.bol& and.located where Metcalf Bld. Dial 2-O304. WHITMAI\. .1. Boone S.le. FORD- 934tudorRI. good. Good i i p.r dollies a.I_etc.Ankney '
L b.me
St., 8412. .. Oro. 18-. 418 Jroa"- f plenty business is available. Real MONEY-FOR EMERGENCIES- n'' log "uarerL & -AND FENDER repairing and tranprttIon.. (25. 43S3 Cheney ,, Tr.llr S. 540 2-_..Ora.eBm COOS

14 ACRES Fun good \ estate included. No phone informa-j takes juct a short time to set cash Pbl Co. 6 p.mtn1. EUm.te. gladly given HI.h. : uPt.ln r.r. | Tr.11
tion. neat barD. enl APARTMENT HOUSE-.Closein. few 1 1.e.l 1 t.on ple.s. Shown by appointment t tI I here. Florida Credit. 21 W. Pine. 1st D. Varner. :.; FORD-1946"'c d 6*, 2.mdbt TRAILERS-Br In b year by own- I: Inc.
pretty lake. Priced to selL Contact *i' block. east of Orange on bu. line. I only. Exclusive with Bnet& Bou- east of Grand Theatre. : W. Central Ave. Phone 23153.I I' ooors and : I< log your own ; choice trailers
decorated completely urnish- I -145 N. Sl.lr..1 904 N. .. Ave. .PhoneI at low prices, as tow as per '
owner. Box 843. net M.I 11. . YOU O LADIES C.r. .4 f11er. I
E P kitchens. 3 ele I L t 3330 125 Court St
2O Valencia eletri citrus r. aat.. car DRIVE-UI EATING PLACE- Corner note and auto loans. 2-hour serv work Group In Autos.Trailer Wanted : | \ S BRact

.ACPte.e.r-ld lo.td near port. A.ceilings (247 monthly or I 17-92. Unusual oppr\Ul1 for man ice. Family Loan Co.. 501 Florida lions, sick I..v. FOR- 19.1or super Ornxe. I
.rn with (2000 for and job. Bank Bid.. W. furnished. W A Any make any 13.400 actual TRAILERS- o a& new
Orlando crop included. cajh. ,, (185 monthly with owner I R C.W.manager !T .It hp.tr.
phone 5467. 1224 Palmer :. Price (18.OOO. about half ocupIe. Salary arranged. Call today or Frt. Phone 2-1661. i i mocl .\ ea quicker. Wykygyl miles. Cont.e R rd. Ph.'Pier- and used t.ln. sixes of"Nationals"
: 6.1 A. C. Golden. Jrotc. 1121 N. Or- N. 2-2174. son, Box 231 Seville.Fla. : "_. "Roy I
Broker. 20'7
handle. Johnston Henry
53 Acreage for Sale |I Church St.; 6545. I landoAve_ Wintr P.rk_ _ | WELL EDUCAT WANTED-Any m.ke.- any panion"al*"; "AQ. State"our; .n "Kt. _Com'*

DRY and NO NEED SHOP pItIon year Name your price FORD.-1940. 2-door. S We have several good cars traced
Edgewater Dr. moel. Trafl
.nl EScnD Orange Blossom
l.udJ T .
HIGHWAY beyond Park. WOER I In boys Tr.le ,
pay K. and W. dition. Try It and
1-9. Fr cor. lot new Frazers. r
sale. Suitable for I carry Motor. -
110 ft. deep. I I bar. grill sundries doe-I! Ke,11. Very fine good round If you want extra cash extra phis full mainte and Amelia. 2- it. Jim Jernigan Used Cars. 600 W.Central. .t.AmelaVGABN'UmoeL _ _ O Tr i
whisky store
beautiful high wooded 1 1business. lo.ton .t 22 ft. sleeps excellent condition and can be
tract ideal for i 1 ephone number out ;
lease all modern Will fast for needs Phsne3-l94&j,. ,
tor's dentists office other small ;\ eUpment .uon.1 b.u.Im WANTED-Will pay highest
One of those ; (135O
hadt'.nd"arc. lake care of Price Sold On You. I'm 3St.r. FORD 1947 Deluxe ; P. bought below UK KCi.I94S .
Call ,
.me at 595. business. 9650. 1m. terms. no.I .ulnes c.UP price for your car. 01.Inc. j Dcnson 1
and (15. monto. C.Ten, .ID Room < Nunes with H. F. Boland. Realtor i i (1O.OOO eo trml. Hurry Man" because 4 out who ask j N. Garland N. mileage, like new within and 2-3.
8. 64 E. Central Ave. O.do. |/I 672 N. Orange. C.rl.n Bid.. --455l. i He.th Broker X. .. ph me set a loan of (25 t S3OO on salary 65. Help 2-481. -_ ._ _ without Christmas special. (1. 95.
car or Come In or R. 8. phone
CLOSE TO LAKE LOLA-Apt. house: 'urnltlre. : needed. 71 or.4B1_ ,
WAn'D'8 EY.n
high dry land over phone "Yes M.n" model -
31AC fet hard road part cleared ': furnished. 3 units; newly paintedand DRY CLEANING PUNT-Pnr di CarSmih. CO.. 24 S. Or BARBER-Ph. 1 .O r.t car. super "I" ronvertibteNew STREAMLINECLEANERS HUDSON Super SJz Tudir
13 tails James J. PERONAL FIANCE tires and
3 N 1095.
electricity and telephone rported. Lower I rm. I Ibrom. H.ctett next to Fed- M.rln' t.r. tlbS.
t .o. A. Pt..teo.npr.
Goldenrod section. ". rent one or b- tor. Slish Blvd. ACL Phone : 22nd Low nege. Very clean.
.0.hal Depot. Pb. 7588.EAST&ID8.Cioneln.. era J.tef 2-314. 2-2370
cash. Bell off in 5-acre rom for extra Income. MAN-E"pr' I AND LAUNDRY $1550.
profi. Phone 5467. t.CI apta. 2 car ..r. fruit. See this -Triplex fully ent. p.lntr. WANTED-111 Buy that cal JEEP-'46; perfect for close In with Income. furnished. Ideal for home and in- Winn. standard Motor. Or- low mileage: (1000; 1-1 .

I 15.0. Sam Johnson Co.. 208 8' come. Dt.ll in office. Price 18. 63. Mortgage Loans Pak. 5 Mr. Rie.OLRE Blossom Trail st Washington. lngtor J5t.j _ _ _"al I 1 DAY SERVICE

320 I.ln. 0. O.te with Hinton. Real cN-VP JItP-I947. 5000 miles, new tag i 1941 CHRYSLER Royal S Fcrdor
ACll.o j
COMMERCIAL BUILDING-.40x60 ft. tr. 150 E. Rbinn. 7632. APARTMENT LOANS-Long tpr. low | Felix Wtnn Standard Motors Or- Original overtJe,
Adjoining city limits. Most Ideal for New block. Large lot. Pcd.t { interest loan on all types apartment Court St. VARNER. Inc.. wants t buy your snge Blossom Trail at Washington. I _. plt
subdivision. Great demand for laneIota. I leas than cost .build. H ; buldlnl.. F H A. and conventional COLORED BUS or truck and pay top radio, beater meh= :
; new ,
Divide t Into 11 half acre I ante easy. Ropr Realty. Church and < No broker.c. Rex- room. Must be Immediately. D. Varner. Inc i I LALiconnrble im- IIJi good. $Im.
lot*, sell (500. D your own Main; FILLING STATION-With specialized' McOUL J.ltor.128 Or.no Ave good workers. Apply Sales and Service. 234 W 330 Lakevicw.LDiCOLNCGNTDiENTALI942.. Cn'c I (1
figuring hot act quick. I DR. Several choice !I motor equipment and 21ft lubri1 Phone t4. rison's Cafeteria.DlSHWASHER ._ ':: Ave. Phone 2-3153. ;i!' mediatelyL 'Itp -
SAM A. BROKER. 58 1.Central. EIWATI 1 tonums. property inone club
locatIons in this fast Th. I n MOTORS INC. will sell
Phon 313rST I growing section available. 50 to 100 I of mot .ct.. letOn of Orlando at'MORTOAGEn nO.-ae to 8:30: p.m. 1 trade your ear for bul.hi low mlca.e.. excellent_CODdl I Pressing while you wait 199S FORD Statio,. Wagon. R.?'-
ft. be bought and has exceptlonally ; . I 234 W. South Street
frontage. Can on e 32 E Columbia. ere us at 200 W. .
fine business. Owner re- MERCURY 1948 Club and exceUeat, mechanical.Ecad.
terms. Paved street sew erase S416. -
: I I of ill I LOANS on all of long I _ __ sedan. cOUJ Both Phone 4468 .
LISTED aU Csrrijsn and tn. b.u. be.lt pe proJl Radio hp.te. $150.
em. tiD tr.et G ItWU. stock. or short terms; low MAS-ExJrlenccd. REED really knows how to driven land that Inc. 672 Orange; b.l. les mlpl.
authorized to sell these prouce .' gao.Bldg.: .I. C.r I I equipment and long .. II ate service. H.rlo.O. Fredrick. 118 cpl.nn. the h..1 dollar for your car Evans. 101 FEE
.c. tr.ct : desired owner will also! sell station N Orange Ave. Phone 8188. t.bles : equity. In five minutes. Why
.t 500-S100 down and (IS MERCURY-4s. 4-door sedan:1 mo.
GROCERY and Service E'atior-Bent of hard 'em Give ,
Adjacent stores electricity school, proposition in OraDic County: buildings on corner lot. 55x110 ft.. plent1 man. Orange N. away.Blossom: us a 7883.eh.Dce old; 2.0OO mile, all accessories. 1937 PONTIAC S Fordox. W th
for Tr.
bu m.u etc. UcKelvey.Room Broke.. 84 '' grossing (:.0. year. A real money arranged.(28.OOO Exclusive Convenient wit tem.Lane can b' MORTGAGE. business LOANS properties on ..ealdeDt.1.nd Open A M.rket Or.ne -- ,j 2395. Ph.Leeuburg3b9 Red._ COMPLETE 1948 motor, very clean near!}'
; .
Ar.de loll'; Grocery.
K m.te. Se once. for4 1204 E 23. lando and Winter Park. Low interest T.u S. EVAAS. "World's Largest Auto ; MERCURY 1939 new tire*. $975.
Vlta. florIda.GUEST I Ii II I rates. Bettes Investment Co. 25 W. ." la only Interested in buy- i coupe. Radio new finish immacuj -
54. Lots for Sale
I i HOUSE-Good location cl I II Washington St. Phone 8513. _._ .ntr.1 the finest.I Will purchase any j late interior perfect mechanically.A Paint Jobs25
In. Completely furnished. ( I u Oaraze 2498 8. make or model and pay an un- buy at 995. a 5 Evan phone

BEVERLY toot UORRatrUon. t>Investment ro-- >< -rm.. Phone A. T Carter. 3-1622. GROCERY AND MEAT Dp.rment REAL ESTATE LOANS-Low cost! To The Fern. _ price on the spot. C'' .321_or 4771. _ _ -- 193 NASH Fordor. New t'r*.,

hrbniMln- this beautifulaction S.Jamerson Main. and Carter Re.ltr 12 i j I I I Avenue.Owner I ill. he.lt E KI j< bU1. build or fl.ne. home and I YOUNGMAN or 4771. 5IERCURY-41 Wykygyl F.l 751 condition.North 795. cleanest oW car in town. $295
O/ new homes. Phone 2-3124. property. Trust Motor. K
.'. waltr,W. Rose Investment Co.. 49 i iK. I, GIFT STORE -One of the finest in 1 I I National Bank at Dp.. for Pus KnlR. I 100 CARS-Any price any St : Dial. 2274.MOTORCYcE _ _ "
9\nge! Ave. Orwln Manor office :, HPy TIMES AA for luckl Jacksonville. Fla. Located on ; Air-conditioned Elevator service. P._O. Box 3306. . or model Phone for buyer or -Famous llghtfejght
JVB N. Orange Ave. I II who can rn. bell tbl of the city'. bW.e.' atrt. A large on WAITER-Short In SUYr. Pont.c 62 W. 30 miles per gallon: I Ibump I Call Adcock or Martin at -

i&VERLY SHORES' -100 lot amid I Ia gold mine tourist Slndln-
if beautiful home In t exclusive on take Oranre la 75.Blossom will Tri. The all overhead dally- I fixtures select well balanced sot vestment. Property .. Winter Park 2-2994. MOST I CAN DO for you Is te down.. b.l.nt W. 10 month.D. vare.!| Any Car or Small Truck
-f residential .tlon (2.8. We h.. I Could b arranged 5 as to h.v Pay back (15. monthl. Riley s Grocery. : your car at your price or ] CentrL I 1
( and Deluxe $60
pay JOI 6.00 perhaps log as it has an enormous market NASH Super Jobs Up
other In Copl.nd Park in lu.rtr. Orlo .. Flord.. pay prie. Our used cat 1935 4-door .d.n. Excellenttransportation
I Lake Davis section .. pl." a6.0 add.tonl This stl rom. This store should e.r WANTED to f WELL DRILLER- at IOO W. Jefersn Central Fla for .DI1 (393.a S Small dents or big wrecks ;
your pke 1ear couple a marvelous year-round brrO. 1.on 0 Fh Evans, .
Height Ovenaugh. Realtors. Waahington i phone 4321 __
.. I .71.
experienced In
good to be we home 1st mod I
Arcade. Phone 4308. invite.und.your earliest Investigation our living.efficient Experience personnel un"eesa.rJ.will assist a est. Box439SStar.WE hour. top pay.F. I fC CASH IN 5 MINUTES Any OLSMOBl-3' cup.Mot. UP made like new again

BUSINESS LO1 in fastest .r.lD. i I i a rare find. Come in and talk 4 is. for (6.500. offer for a man 71 w. ChurchOMBINATOI I or model Starling-Alexander' b lo..h.p.R.dlo
section Orlando prominent I th ou Complte..s oD1 VAGD 501 N. Orange Ave. Phone and Take
on 143
I It
with 1
G.1 due by
.n. .ye. Lul. R.ltr. we are jobbers
"t 1 month with GIGANTIC
(250 Res-
street. be bought on easy term N. MaI6t 'I and t 'df the store at a minimum Ins Box 429 S-Star. ,I ---- cah Ill STVSPONIAC
Why not purchase this lot and build I .
TOP CASH PRICE for t.ur.n29
show a model store. your car
your own store. Carrigan 4c Bound, apt lpns t B .. of make or model. Used OLDSMOBILE "98" club srdn. Is
LUCERNE SECTION see. phone wire or ok .
"at I mtr.td. BUILD OR now the '
Inc, Owners. Carrigan Bldg. 672 N. house, ( i 928 W. Bay BU "re, driver. Young man Exchange. 219 W. Washington- A elesn. low mlleaze ear. .
Orv se: 24551.DUBSDRLAD I be 1.50. term.12 rental aU.e.5' .rlt.. Jacksonville.C.ste.. Pb.39.. your Reduction future. Fn.nce Pln". .Savings uate prfprrd Must Phone 2-282 for immediate sale. Wykygyl : 6 Clnial SURPLUS

0L COURELrl Close In Good condition. You must : "Florida's Finest Wholesale Gift-Pal- and Loan Association of Orlan- bitous. I i I, IN NEED of 1946 and 1947 '151_N Mills; 22174.PLYMOUTH4l SAL

-'t lot I .t.e see this to believe it. M.f Burch 1 ace." Other .tre. also. do. 50 East Pine at Court Street in .ork . I< and older Harlp1 club coupe. ,
side. Frank. Ph. 475O. I with Burch. Broker. 916 Kohl: j I with large concern. Cle.n'
I' Henry j GROCERY-With living quarters downtown Orl.ndo. Weekd.7 9 -2' I, 615 North Qr.". Av. Wykyeyl Motors 751 M.

DANIEL STREE-t 50x75. In- 2-109. I, very good income: $10.5OO. including : Saturdays I- 12. j jI i|! own handwriting.. _8597.mEPT _ _ Dial_22174.PONTIAC8". USED I
aired Ve7 nuon.bl.Writ NEW on 140x150 building stock furniture. Terms. SupplyJCo. P.p CASH PAID 'or convertible. Rumble Government Surplus Prop

Box 435. ._ _ _ _ I IEDOIWATER cor.e BUIINQ,6 lt .tor. 5 room Chenault & Jennings. Inc., Re.lor. I __m _,_ ____ IC WANn'o < . Jim Cumbie .o ..t In good running condition.
HEIGHTS Highly frame coU.c. 16x20. barber 672 N. Orange ph. 7234. i! b4. Help XXanted-female '> scrap metal. North Orange.Avenue. Phone transportation at a bargainAct Refrigerators : erty. Buckingham

restricted choice tot. 100x170. Price rent (27OO a year. MEATS On main Material Co.. Kaley quick, phone 2-24. Army A

I N.reduced P. t 150.. Call. 672 Errant N. Or..IU.. i eluded Owners for sale.(22.5OO All with. 'property 1. The In- ', GRIE etoted Room for equipped fruit display.and I I II i, SINGLE-MNt ...2521."t.I, 1 sed Autos for Sale I PYMOt tires- : 1937 clean Inside sedan:, 265.new I All sizes . all makes Including .' Field, 12 Miles from Fort

C. _an Bldg. Ph 2-:5 !, value la here. Ph WlDte. Park HI. must sell, make oiler. BEAUTICIAN-cacselberry Beauty I large Iattuton. I 4353 Cheney upstairs In apartment size.Like .
h JaiTlON !, 912-R. K.ng Real Estate Church; 8435 :, Shop. Complelel. equipped. Phone ,I malnt ot -1942 Super Sedanette. Has' rear. W.hw. Myers
PAR 31E Winter i equipment. clun. JIm F
I -221. telephone very
electricity, i
0 31,135. I KARELS CAFE- edee of Mt. I' I j C.n. 90t N. Orange"Ave.. PLYMOUTH 1939 eoupe .iooks
tare*. \GrOWing community. Only Dora. Fla. on 441. Rcasuitably Baa. runs and drive Perfect.
. 150. 1 P cash. (5 month. LanehHrtOtin1flC. jl ORANGE AVENUE-Desirable business -. priced. Hlgh..1 66. Sales lelp I: 2-4521.- I i Hurry! 795. S. Evans, phone 4321 t New IN PROGRESS
a NO'V
Broker lot at bargain price. See Mr.Newman BOOKKEEPER Immediate opening 1947 and 1946 Supers and i or .'771. I
> I with O. P. S.op. Realtor. LIGHT HAULING and Moving and preferably with knowledge of EXPERIENCED sedans and
tn It. Orai e9855. CO East Pine. Phone 512 After office delivery service Including 1946 hand. Holler Chevrolet Co. ..hort years old to travel I Jim Cumbie 904 N.covrt,, PACKARD-1937 "6" 2-door club se- Enr. goes. No lorea! No

fRONTING r-ARGI LIE0x30; hours call 4755. I fledge truck. C.l 2-6. Rhodes 2-4t. for appointment. M day and Southwest I Phone C.r. j d.n Very nice thruont. Compare at I tp No form Foul

Undonif.12 miles ou(850%Ph. 2-3983 .or iIWORK-SHOP and. Bash '.ctor7 COUNTER'GI.nted at TramorCafeteria. for old .t.bled ""47.-t n".on: beautiful: ] 445. R. S Evans phone 4321 or Completely rebuilt and re .
R.ltot : ceptable
t'73. I
best finished.
: offer
easy el.f. < over (
INDIANA AVE.. *.<*> 2 larg* i i50x140 2 buildings. 2 lots included. Machinery work. Experience not necessary. If pense .. . I; E._South. St. after 4 pm. 3.0 PLYMOUTH 1942 convertible'duo

each. 9 beting; trees. H 57.. Real Estate Enhanced_ alone is worth this price you are courteous and willing apply ntory. Must possess I coupe. Original green finish Im BUILDINGSApproximately
Block off Grand Ave. S, Snol and bus. I y2_!7yi stPhone 8732. _ _ today._ chinery automotive -1942 Super 2-door apd.n maul.t genuine leather Interior and
I Half cash balance .2 put nth and LOT 53x158. on Vanburen Ave., '' RADIO SERVICE AND'APPLIANCE CURB experience At least clean. Private owner. Tele I brnd new motor. Going f.a for

Interest. See corner ooaa"f**. RioGrand. Pine Castle. Ideal for resident trade. Established business, exceptionallygood ILMustnW.nd at- cation required. Ne 6311. (1215. 1/3 down balance I 15 $$129.50 10 bulldin**, hMlnd-

e and Indiana Ph. for car or house trailer. L L Pear- location and lease; stock fixtures tr.ct. Appll Imed.atI Orange to- good mor.l and SUE'42-. '4 nont R S. Evans phone .l or tng barrack ( x 100). warehouse

,IAK2ICIU.ARNET-l00 ft. ehoT ma n.Kisslmme_ Fla. and tools. (5.OOO Fr further Blossom Drieln. to .ort hrd Reply ones prie. 77. storace bwlkttegs. Suitable for garages -
on beautiful lake. Information Harry Rob.nn. of past age Wykygyl Motors 751 N. barns v
home.lt tl ( for or good Broker. h. M PLYMOUTH 1932or sedsn. apartment nous** .
Pic rducpd Lane With auto MHOU5 (40 per 1210 E. Colonial; ph. 8253. 1 1SUNDaSTORESI ,!, CAPABLE for WOMAN, white or colored 445 Sta.SALEMA1'Wlt_ ._ _____ T.re motor bod1 I Hnnwreo of critical and hard-ko-gt
G.l Inc. Broker677; I . Morgan owner 53 West ChurchSt. In- unusually good position cookingand -1941 J.sIPr convertible cond.ton 295. Can b bought' with i American RefrigerationInc. Item
N. . 5 private home; no
c.a .rm. l
d.1 : coupe. with 5-band down. phone
I I in- .on., &8 EY.n
In lt : I:!, ventory. Mary bme th.nBureb. Henry spring housework.and autumn 6 mo. I Ohio.Winter 6 weeks Park: 10 a week and white sidewall tre.heater and I 4321 or .71.iro1131. .

LJnN convenience*. : 57-1. Beach Property Broker. 916 Kuhl: 2-109. I II I I summer vacation with full pay. very to work four .extras.throughout.One . Pcepton.U1 4-door sedan. 30!) S. Huphey LUMBER

Nydegger 1o | I I assigned territory. i lpl.L Used 60O
COCOA 82.8CR-A charming location. wages to right woman she must Sre Ca. Dial 3-142
Colonial Dr.. dial 8065. : at R. S. Evans W. Central. Phone 3-1946.
I be energetic; neat and
Mr. over I elepton.l 1 or I
tTSOrwin Manor (675;NorthMt Pl.lpber. 67.. 471._ board In Tarloi tit*"
there has house TOURIST COURT !I clean: and good cooking PLYMOUTH- .club and H 10.0 fee
Seeuon (65O; North Section fD furae and formal -1939. motor reconditioned. 2 6 ,
and duplexes serving: 2 in family I II i j d.n 50 true mi. iTumble I z .ea 1<7.t
I oTv. Dubsdread Section two lotaJ 101SK. "" One of finest tn Orlando area. Close i entertain often but have additional BROWN'S built convertible body E. C.r. 904 N. Ave. Phone ., ..tINSULTIN
950. V e w. K. Price. Real Estate. Real Estate Wanted l on hUH travelled main high, help if serving more than 6: a real :: and Nur.' . 1235 Or.nI Ave.. Winter I!I !. ; .
8. qfrange Ave. Plionee3e5.tiRoNTAok.nLake opportunity for work come to 515 W. before Friday. ,
J4 ; ..1. Beautiful grounds (3a accost.mm exactly the right PLYMOUTH 1946 :MA
I Bulletin ACRES home .up.and groves. attractive bulldinas. Completelyand person, employers are gentle popl want help call 6326 =19J.2-door sedan, ex Like priced- S.t'W..o.Cumbiei TRIA
I wtr lermere. One of the few rekmaint Buyers .IU. Cour"e1 Realty. b.UU'"UI furnished. 16 units. themselves and want only See.t Yelton i 904 N. Orange Ate. GOVERNMENTSURPLUS I . spun glaaa, t .bkI
*! lots ple in their home other employes 69. Work House. 218 N. Rosalind. i C.r. *Phon .
on tb b.uUa cb.la 392 N. Oran. dia I,I income Summer and : : ( 2-452L J door.windows frame waIli.ao.PLUMBING
Lfhieet C.SOO. other WANTED Northern buyers Winter. Priced modestly at would consider couple for this work I -
FARM Very good
: "
lWknd rinere T. Davi Before and additional duties but prefer I97cou PONTIAC-1941 8'"SednettC New
property see and investors inquiring daily for you buy any similar busme. GRADUATE NURSE Telephone I I
;arokev. 33 8 Main. Phone 3-1641. I.nLTLT I businesses homes and Strout venture, t. It i excel someone capable of h.Dd. cookingand day or Dlht. : i 2-tone paint fully eUPpd Jim SALE
: f.rm .
) lent.i Ivil.te serving alone. S-Slar. Cumbie C.n lO N. Or.nl Ave.I
Dubsdread REFINED .
ColonIaL 436
Realty. 3181. w. '
,I RIrAN 46 Town & I I Phone % : I and waemr: toU
Count -52. BI.c :
f .al.
Cdtf Itonl Yl. i: 29' as I etc .
ps.ton coupe.
i .Ir
lnter. a* low FOR DlT ATTENTION and I NEMAN-HAGIS.. IC. Rp.lor COOK-Experienced. 204 N. OrangeDEPARTMItNT o cre OOO off list price. Wygykyl PACAR19.0 110" "Profit club coupe. ORLANDO AIR BASE e..I.e. .

Park- Dr. ht JOu 63LI Mll. Used 500 W.
section) Lot are low i rlut Realtor. 21 W. i 'FophW. C.r. ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES
I you "
,295. | Mai. Wi.. MNAGERSI 46 61" 4-doOr. 9003 i '. Colonial Drive opposite
) are an
and desires '
tke Pon11 Th price U W.antn no& i TOURIST COURT-Lake froni. want .'upnenced .lp.l.d1 of pncnce.. miles (3495. Wykyiyl Mo- fuse bexe wire, el

only 1.5 T. .* of the lot Ii'I List i; Highway. First class. Plenty room and 3 t. ...rt.-hoa. week. 9.15 to 3 erPlee. _TSl N.MiIls2-2174._ SEA ItC..plon""Pot Flamingo Club SWr. steam bi"t'
< :
112. ,;' GROVEHOMBUSEE Realtors. for expansion. (20.000 cash will han daily 6 P.m. on Sat., see W.5.3 YOUNG l" 1941. club coupe; I with Prophitfs" Used Cars H P. 100 t 121 Ib*. pre51L
a.. bug ane. Qglita- 4 ..propr1.lt .erN' 672- die. Potter with Herman Goodwin Sherrod. W. T. OraotCo. e ,' rubber: ne.l1 rebuilt motor. I Central. W'j -
Te. balancesmall CheD.at o JeDI. Ie i Inc.. Broker: 677 N. Ormnse. 885S. Ph. 3-1923. has a Special '
monthly p. .u.. Woman .IU (975. (325 down trade. Cnde. TERMS: Cash with purchase.
& < TOURIST-COCRT- It.hhm executive experienced | .IU I (995-1/3 down. Jim JeDI.n Ua
C.rl.an i .bIII. 70. Work : III Restaurant. 2998 Kohl
Ower'C.rl..n HOMEROVE
asussE 17-92
i Av.
O.. .1'' 'rnt..p. Rm expaon, knowledge 'o arrangement and C.r.6 w. Central. Po 3-146. elactrical cornnzos: I*, where' Tl'-
Ph. 2-551. W. ho. service and assume a supervisory STUDEBAKER '42. Oood-rpndl- 1.
Washington Phone 7305 |i i CONTRACTOR open for Don< : .tI
St other rental for Low capacity to dletl-i ] -1941 (2) 4-door f are illn .
uDt turt. 62 tlon. 1095. Wykyryl Motor. 751
MELBOURNE 2 loti e at.nt building or repair j Cons out and nHasiH
near Dixie ', price trs. today F. A. C.Golden. Clan in hospital. of dietetics (Wit or hydra- N. Mills Bt 411 prefabricated. Ten a* what ion : I "ver *
Hlh".1: .I sic tn Lkba, ROUSES WANTED-We have proapect 17-92 miles but not reasonable. Write a Eva phone 4321 2-:1. and w* ww supply ss* .I west to h.y Tn.s
o '
Bl for 2. 3 and 4-bedroom home north of unoerpasa>. \ hepfu r.unre 0 Box-51. ZeU.. P. .71._I__ STiBRI96 club sedsn. Has you want. U I.I il.D taaf. left of Burklnhm F.elc
PALM TERRACE eaiiiiFiidlng I.o l.tlne Call w. B. Nich d .1.0. ..mtn.n.and Wnt Box JOB CAPO.E. sedan. I In perfect I thing goes. This I a r $ -o"-

site; lake view aol lake frDI. At. Reatr. a1619. I S Main St. WILUSESTORl 10bi call 434."pnene Qual.to. & Ill_ a-or good paint '' condition. Merry Ct. Spa, SIZE II X K f Too n no pr.ort B-i
tractive Carl !Iover. 9883. Centa .partcu. 8Sa. 'I Can to Jim Jernlgan Used !I 1 1395. R S Evn 43I o I to fin Ho red
pr. HOUSEKEEPER White, tOu n. tp J.
r.L $380
capable aeU 4771.
I .
for .
3 :_2.0442_ LISTINGS WANTED-Clients waiting.B. cp.n. same. 600 I nay I "0r
(4000 WILL BUY a used ; for working couple child; P 319t.RYL
'Irnlur'b.lnes WILLYS 1937 other priced accordinglyi Plan at this sale tn
big get
SPRING LAKE SEC7 ION-W.Colonlsi' F. Slayton Realtor. 3 E Pine netting S3OOO year. live Phone 4849.I'OUSEKIEPER YOUNG MAN ; I Windsor sedan; 1941-7 .d.n Q l.n,1 i b
l .
Drive. Lot. :xlt" Telepbo St.. phone-6651 _ _ _ Good lease in a p E. S. N.Y1 veteran; ; excellent me I 1 Must srO. 3 U biiUdiac o material you need
24812.BUILDD4O ao lo.toD "Ddll Highway, upstairs In rear.
Iln .r LISTINGS rEHome.groves. Burnett. Broker M.ln Ph Ph. 9855. I ( Box 432 For sale ee.p. Ct Cab ort i 1 Buildings suitakat fe.garages apartment

LOTS-Select your home- > rentals. Let W hel. you your 2-3O63. I TWO FIRST-CLASS 243 Orange _ | lor houses b I The** MM-
at now In the attractive property. Hall BrI Agency 112 M. work by the hour Deluxe Irallprs Truck gale of $. dT8a PREFARICATDBUIDING

Country Club section Db r. dial ._ LAUNDRY enced. HELP-Laundry Colored: 1630 experi N. .t.ndI of layout I' 'iIoL-lHISpa owner I ALMA-1945-25 ft. Coarpiete rei : 'be dry .best of uaMy.

P all .I.. Clo In school bus and *K HAVE,BUYERS wacCnc groves. ATTENTION DEALERS! Orange. l.Do Ph Oakland I prfet Christmas i conditioned inside and ouUtJCood
reasonably. Cash or i property and For I Price
; Brok. phone a* new. 1795.
terms Jane Bros.. M5 N. Main: 7559 i j sale list with 10m.. . 550 Refrigerators to choose from! OFFICE GIRL 'o Red Arrow Laundry MAN OF refinement or ..995. R Eva I Standard Mtr O..PeQ'ID Jm with purckue-As f easy \0 erect ci
WIXTER Realtor. 37 W. Washingion. in Kissimmee. Florida. Apply i iI ; we aactaraice 2 J 3.
PAR' finest residential Iet. delivery. Beautifully re- 37 Main St manager 0 I : at n I Ii erect them an O. inspected lumber.
Dbn l.cO. FREE APPRAISALS on'your horn endl 51 priced to dealers -' ear. M.rre i 1946 Douse .-
aid Park at Park and We will free Call. Write. WestCoast general of- OF TAl :I $149.50
P.lme Aye give you an estimate ST OCfIUPHERAi st.. -1938 sedan two 1936 bottle
naes. David Andrews. Winter Rc4. 141O ; Sib Vlr. 'a eaPJ No priorities. N* farm to 115 out
Reato. 01 charge on the current marketValue E Broadway, Tam "snlon ana. one 1932 193O coupe. With other slses at
Park Exclusive .ePt of your property. Ko obliaauon. 1.. Ph Y 1457. day ..._Write- _P. O. Bx 2t6. 71. Airplane Is f.ID.n b-hur 'or et your car in.trade. Cn..No red tp loot pay for I and ft A .Yb

8NAPRom'Ac'Bhrh lots Phone 781L Wm. Matjieas with J SALESLADY WANTED-Experience prices 140. $8. 2. 3. Little Village. Orange Blossoas.TraiL i,: I yours.i 1.5 az .P

941 Daniel Kolar. Realtor. Age 21 35. Write Box: "EtDA can't tell I
I.mb pnferr. t tD 1 tk-tow -
Orlando Ave.
value listings for qui* sale*. Phone .t.tin Tourist Cou SORAPBRMu' expert- TWIN ENGINE N. Main St ': >am. Call St. Cloud'ml.B._ ,
YOU HATE BEEP WAITING for them us today. Noble Smitta Real Estate. . a.d.. and Widgeon. '
and now we h..them. S J."Ufa 124 S. Main: 6911. dry. 250 ft. .1.Bh D.W' sponsibllity; Interesting".orl: pleasant re'; Veteran' I.nd.. CHEVROLET truck. In-extra 1946 good H ton n,
lake front lots. Surrounded cross State to Close Country Ciub. 1947
h..h..1 Ta. surroundings: 40 : see Ph. DYrtl. IYf Low mileage. 5819.
clusive bf"pa Ibp.lots will not lest FOR QUICK SALE-Need a new or Ct1 luhts New blok store build Mrs. Young Dr. Phillips "f.. W. VETERANS FLIGHT ; hydramatie. rd al ex- Ph j i NATIONAL MOHAWK
In.. First Mantle Wil recently built concrete block with ing. cottases 2 acres cleared fo Robinson.STENOGRAPHER. 6 low mipau. gel S5OO .ne,CHEVROLET 1942 "-t plkp. SAL
.Realtor. 21 w. Washington St 2 or 3 large large living recreation Park. 4 acres in for (8.SM .- p..t. matet. and Very cle.n Felix iMo !!
a "
Phone 1106. i ia. brO Exclusive -Immediate open- B. Orange Blossom Trail Office at
room, 101 W. Cco-
I Broke. .
R EnD A H Orl
fymished. log for S '
II 62H E. Central e.p.bl preferably eh.ni tU.IDC Washington ,
I have garage Good section. Buyer IAnad)> .2._ anrpbr. _ _ '

5 shopping must buy H<-for J..: MAN WITH .5-0a and Holler bkkePn.. e"Jnene. 7!. Autos- 194 Windsor conver- I OOElI6tD pickup. Very COLONIAL DRIVE OPPOSITE WRECKING INC.
tuntrJ Property for Sale CaU Harold Volluk common bU .o M. Ro. dab Has Win
"""" to bu 2-4441. for appointment.SODA coupe. every ut. Peb FLAMINGO CLUB ,
BEAR I'I'I Kolar. 208 8. Main 7sJi.1 per cent interest tn establishedmanufacturing D. only Standard M B1mT ,
L&KNp w frame bungalow o FOUNTALHR1.SEperIeucenecessary. VAL 0 ml W al o. '
two bedroom, bath living romPD. Can easilynet San ; lw rates: Ten t mO R It Can Mr. Glass Mr.. Wslerty
NICE back . .P.ra. D. Varner phone | I .I"
?"'hen and WANinNorth000tOrisndIMar In flt Box 411 o I DODGE TRACTORS ; '
iff*?" dinette screened brveaeway.front 437;__S-Star. SENIOR OPERATOR Rita Beauty Central Ave. Phone -41. i 1 1946 COE. 2 ton iU9J : nine at LaMar BwM.I P. 0. Box 1110,
: F.1
.rl. \
CoD.IOl. Salon. 123 E. Morris e. .
I P0.1! frng lot. ft. on lake. YOUR OPPORTUNITY=Duetto Bvd. W..t HERTZ i. Wykygyl Koto. 1946 OMe aVt ton with
fat Park.
? I deep. ..8 6 mile Ir health to buy a going Tracks and 221. Ail : wheel t7 n I i I i
from et blt bah. pump WIIII.K 'nllul GO !'a'" a.t I,r'.Ir.n' at.onin TYPIST.reiD.:? and by hour or 1941 Price (1.5OO to ( *. < H.m orflc Fort Myers, Fla
Et d.1 .
"i.1?* I.bt- (30OO the cash you . jo-i c"-.a : : art (-. 11') ? i D.bd. N. . ne 2-4521 i.Da.Ave A1! under tons lease Rational Sales ,
balance < I O-! Bevy-. InS transport tr'Urrt .3tonlui -
ea (30 per "t Inquire tinel-Star For r( .s dTO' .* your time Seasoni r. .2-4 JIM CuMBIS Pt C J "\ K-4378 Phone 1233JCont.
-' New YasSer"vu .
, could s 1 U''o < opportunity la permsaeo-yrk 0 B P .
A west Bear TYPLi., -E,
: Nea L rr\1..t {>eneteo\ fast and "..
, Lag. 0 begetting j. "d net over h.l p Price !.. a moe cars and .bl". Very c'a.: pt 'd r't.; for r Call tZ255 Tan?*, Flm
it I tn next 4 me 428 6-Etar. cr. Rderl.rt mont Cumbie Cars. 904 J. Orange .: W. o or I
: B N O.. Aye 904 N. Cn. da a 3-452L >''I 33 6t\Olndo JakyU l.

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16 < SDruhtg &otinI!-Telephones I : 4161 or. 3-1681 Wednesday, December 31, 1947 I IrtGarland .


Paving'Project : t 5V x Camp.. Resigns- Bank Post '

I C. Jack Camp, senior vice 'trust that I leave with the good I
president of the Florida Bank .will of all concerned."
, Nearer at Orlando for the past four I, Prominent. in Orlando civic

I I5 years and a director for the past,activities, Camp is vice president j
three yesterday announced his and director of the Greater Or- !
Informal statements received
, resignation "to become effectiveat lando Chamber of Commerce, :,
T from property ownersindicated for! the pleasure of the board of member of the University Club, I
improved prospects!
receiving right-of-way necessary directors." -j.J Country Club of Orlando, Orange j:
I to widen Garland St. between Camp came to Orlando in County Chamber of Commerce I|
Central Ave.and Church St,City January, 1943, from Lakeland and the Junior Chamber of Commerce -j .s
I Engineer Ilemdon told City where he had been connected and charter member of, v --< .
City Council yesterday. with the Florida I I the Orlando Executives Club.

City Council approved a proposal National Bank ,I Camp came to Florida in 1921 I r
from Walter Hovatrr at Lakeland for .x from Macon Ga., where he had ,
under which he is to deed 20 two years. Upon been connected with a Macon I
arrival in Orlando bank. In 1926. he returned to
feet off his properly on Garland -
with an additional 10 heas' I I Asheville, N. C., where he was!' I ..-
feet promised when and If the made cashier of connected with the American .. .. ,',
city obtain all needed right-: the Florida National Bank, of Asheville, for '- .,
of-way from Church to Cen Bank, a position :a ,about 15 rears ""
which he held I
tral. "I have always been attractedby
Meanwhile the Traffic Committee until named vice R a the beauty.of; Central Florida
: was asked to consider a president in and when I came back to the
suggestion for eliminating all early 1944.
State I was determined to settlein
' parking on that section of Gar- In announcing or near Orlando and I am
his resignation -
very l.appy to say that my new
__ Wei III N.4p CriwM KN.- I Camp said connection will permit my

In one large U. S. auto manu- 'wwsra his would future be plans reCamp I family and I to continue to reside -
facturing plant, one in every 10 here where we have made
employes has some physical I)THE WHITE HOUSE announced vealed within now,a" few he days"Right said "Mrs :many friends," Camp said.
handicap. yesterday Pres. Truman had "When I first with the
Camp and I are taking off for came
-- -- I
decided i Florida Bank at Orlando in
not to reappoint Miami and the Orange Bowl
James M. Landis [abovej]_ as I;game." 194.1 the total resources of the

I chairman of the Civil In his letter to Edward Ball bank were approximately $9
[m tics Board. Landis' chairman of the board. Camp million and today they are
AeronaU-i said, "I want to express my deep more than $23 million.
at midnight
,'I appreciation and gratitude to all. "This substantial increase can ;

If YOU SUffER I my sssociate officers and fellow i I be attributed to several factors,
empk>:3res for their whole-hearted I and if I have been instrumental,
HI .._ .f Work
fr. aloe
r4..aU.a..di.t1. co-operation at all times duringthe I even to a small degree 5n making -
..q...lit.. Ukf.t have been this then it makesme
NM seven years I con I possible!
PI'1'.....k.._.,_I h..d.k. PPP 1_ ; nected with the Florida National: very happy." jLi j-
.._$.,e.n.Olen, net Group of Banks-two years with I Jlr. and Mrs. Camp and their' 1 -

'.1._.1r... .pi.pke. _.. ._b.a..... f ;rGaaraatlPlPd the Florida National Bank at I,daughter, Margaret Ann resideat
.re. T
.... ....- PPP. a. .......1Ift.. A.._.. ,.. I the Florida Bank at Orlando, and I i Park. Li

iiFEMMtt: rn i i.-jt mi$! I St. I

- - I
13 Plead GuiltyIn Budget Meet
Uftt to "Plawr Pinto" WHO-M M $*3 H .4n Tkra FrMiy ABC i 7;

/ Y t Set _ Ii 1i
Oie6rrit SaturdayBy
=ei. u4r' \
1 k
Court HereThirteen 4 ,a
Deposit a Part of Each Dollar City Council 11. \ jIM
You Earn Before You Spend } H, /
a Single Cent and Provide persons pleaded guilty City Council will meet Satur- j ttj
for Tomorrows Security. "as charged" in the regular day at 10 a.m. to adopt Orlando's
session of Coun- I
plea day Orange
1918 budget, appoint department
Criminal Court of Records
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK AT ORLANDO yesterday.John ty heads and swear in officialsMayor {

Capital and Surplus OM Million Dollars i Lawrence Tevlin, charged ,:- Reardall, who is to I '-
I MENSEM FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION rti ) with grand larceny, was sen- Swear in the new commission.

tenced by Judge William M. er. F B. )Moses tomorrow at : -:"> . ,: fr t
:Murphy to serve six months in !%3Q a.m. emphasized that no I
county jail. Testimony revealed\ other business will be takenup
BUICKS -IACKARDS I that he was accused of stealing at Saturday's special! meet .; '
clothes and other property belonging ing. ;.
to a roommate. I
BY EXPERTS Gwinn Daniel Ridley, charged "Fellers. I'm flabbergastedabout I i. .
this: J. J. Newell retiring
I with -]
of and who
MOTOR TUNE FRONT ENDS UK larceny an auto !
commissioner said yesterday
had pleaded guilty when arraigned -
ConvcBitBt Tim Payment Plan. .
when his |
colleagues presented
Dec sentenced
10. was to
ALLEN 8 QUINBY three him with a fishing rod, reel and
years on probation. -
tackle box.Council
REAR OF PARKING LOT Harry Gohle, of three k
one approved keeping
51 W. Washington toit. Phone 2-1503 I ;
youths previously charged Christmas lighting on through

with unarmed robbery, was February, to cover the Central __
given five years on probation.For Florida Fair and approved sale

RESIDENTIAL temporary use of personal for a nominal sum to the Town-
property, a charge which involved send Club of a lot for a club- .
1 LIGHTING FIXTURES appropriation of an automobile house on Virginia Dr. between :
an Orlando minor was sentenced -, Asherand Ferris Sts. i
to serve either two yearsin
Select your fixtures with State Industrial School: at I ,
individuality, distinction Marianna or six months in coun- i ) I II '
IADllO] ) (
l and design for good light ty jaiL there is only PALM BEACH
Other cases concerned four I
ing. II .
charges of drunkenness, four REPAIR SERVICECall
reckless driving and one charge "
Johnson Electric Co. I "Scott. at
I of driving while intoxicated.
3-161R t >
I I TMIVUM. B.wl tit HllV riMM' KH.- BRITT'S
2.1 E. Church St. a Phce 5136'IumumuuuuuuuulluuuumuuuumunuuuuIHluuunumlluulluul 35fi X. Orange
; Exchange Club Host Sacony Palm Beach

-' J!:; To National Officer DEPENDABLE

II. R. B. rjellams, extension TYPEWRITER 1948-New ; .
VETERANS k representative from National Exchange Repairs a.d ServiceOn
Club headquarters in Toledo AU Standard Makes I

I was a surprise speaker at HOWELL'S OFFICE MACHINES !
Sign Up Now For Your Gov't f
the regular luncheon meeting of 11* So. Court St. -:- Pm. 4J44Apcfurcof I II 1941-priced! M. ;
the Exchange Club yesterday I
Flight Trniitiny Located at present in DeLand
where he is forming a chapterof .i II
== Prepare NOW for Your == National Exchange Ilellams
== Commercial. Mi? "'" i
Multi-Engine. Flight Instructor Pilots Ratine c discussed the part civic clubs I II i
= AU Flight kalalac IPS"' .". paid .y the G41yenuaIPDt. Also oa tile Jolt =
= trainlag for Aircraft sad E..tae "lPcuain RaUDI. = play in the "upbuilding and bet WATCH

kn; : at: SOUTHERN AERO ENGINEERING c terment of communities." I
.... He pointed out that such clubs,
== Apopka tact Kyaa Field A. .. Fla Orlaado 2-M7S
especially Exchange, are strictly con" //xThe -
American institutions. .
5i .
I -TMIVIM Bvl w Mol, CrinM. Kite- d l

CHRYSLER SALES PLYMOUTH"A Mrs. Bailey Leaves OW Gprt wMtaar.LAVVION era awtb r.. .


will of :Mrs. Eva E. Bailey .
626 E. Livingston Ave., who die i
Not only do we diagnose; your car's Dec. 21, was filed for probate in
ailment but we fill the "prescription"to :.J County Judge Hutchins' office question isn't
need Liability

the letter. Whether it be braketrouble
yesterday. Insurance, but "How
wheel alignment body and : Listing $3,000 in personal prop- Much" and "What Kind"?
fender work;;, painting or bumper to t erty and $12,000 in real estatein supply:Our experience the RIGHT is ready answers to I
bumper overhauling. Florida, the entire estate, after Call us without obligation to
i expenses have been met, is buy.
A. P.
CLARK MOTORS, Inc. to go to her sisters, Mira B.
889 ORANUR I Stevens and E. :Maude :Morse
PHONE: 2-0746
I the will said. IIAELBRO O mRy[
-T. a..1 Iii H.l', Gri. 'IH KMi- 22.50

I Manhattan has an estimated GENERAL INSURANCE
390 000 vehicles on its streets ev II1N.3UA6EAYL PHONE SIM --

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they're price he same as pre-war, 22.50. Mfeses'Bason's
Services Nightly 7:30 P.M. I
Sundays 11 A.M. and 7:30 P.M. The Fashion and Quality Store Since 1894 'Sizes, 10-20, in the top colors.

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INC. 402 E. Jackson i

EVERYONE WELCOMEw. Attend the Tangerine Bowl Game Orlando Stadiu Jan. 1, 8:15 .
Orlando : p.m.r1anb J;
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