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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: May 1, 1947
Publication Date: 1918-1953
Frequency: daily[<1926>-1953]
daily (except monday)[ former 1918-]
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regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division, and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 6, no. 94 (June 1, 1918)-v. 64, no. 32 (July 27, 1953).
General Note: "Inland Florida's greatest newspaper."
General Note: "Independent Democratic." Cf. Ayer, 1946.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Morning sentinel
Succeeded by: Orlando sentinel (Orlando, Fla. : 1953)

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ProgramTruman's PalestineWhole Of Phone Strike Fade'


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Policy \ COMPTROLLER ISSUES WARNING I: Idea ShelvedBy .

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-Suffers Bitter \ Gay Forecasts Big'Deficit 11 ]: UNITED NATIONS HALL, Florida Has Two Brands Delicious and Delousy I Many New York

Flushing, N. Y. [UP] Arab

\ In Revenue Fund if State t States last night dropped .

Defeat I their demand for immediate cf

\ Solons/ Approve Measures i TJnited Nations General As- Workers Scoff

sembly debate of independence for

Measure ReducedTo TALLAHASSEE [AP] A $9,700,000 deficit In the State Palestine and the powerful UN f

fund for the forecast Steering Committee voted to At AgreementWashington
$200 MillionWASHINGTON general revenue next two years was
shelve the whole Idea.

yesterday by Comp. Clarence M. Gay if the [Legislature The (committee recommendedthat & .
UP A
[ ] rebellious passes the big citizens school bill and the proposed $62,500000 ,- the present special session of Talks

House riddled Pres.Truman's general appropriations act. | the assembly consider only one O ot U.t Recessed Until Today
$350 million for '
1 As the Senate gar both measures task-the appointment of a fact-
.
(
,,
eign relief bill with antiCommunist right-of-way for consideration finding commission to study the ,. WASHINGTON [AP] The

.. amendments yester- Florida CitiesAsk today he distributed to members Palestine problem. It'would sub i r country-wide telephone

day cut it to $200 million and of a House Finance and Tax mit recommendations to the regu- %%'/ strike

passed it along to the Senate for for NewRevenue ation Subcommittee ,a requested I lar UN General. Assembly meeting I picture grew even

final action. statement of'estimated balances! in September.The i dimmer last night with refusal
I
It was a bitter blow to the bipartisan which showed anticipated carry I rote against debating any of at least part of the

policy advocated by the over balances and revenues totalIng other questions was 8 to 1, with members of a New York union to

President, Secretary of State $145,864.278 for the two years five nations declining to vote. go back to work under an announced

George C. Marshall and leaders of TALLAHASSEE TAP- !- from present tax sources.: ', Only Egypt favored the proposal ( d' settlement and' a recess

.- Florida's municipalities unfolded Against that, he put a total of I for full. dIPd debate on in a key part of negotiations here.

Clash Over Controls J financial tales of woe $155.665,159 In anticipated .or already Palestine voting against It were ,9WsW: An announcement of progress

WASHINGTON [AP] TJeHeuso as they asked the Legislature authorized expenditures.That France China. Canada, United had been hoped for li\ the WashIngton -

vote 1Z7 to 48 yesterday to divert the Included, $72 million to States. United Kingdom, Sweden talks affecting the nation's
yesterday
to kill virtually all Government carry out provisions of the new and Honduras. long distance! workers, but these
controls over building materials State's four-cent cigarette tax to
school bill $62,595,001 for the Poland Czechoslovakia Brazil negotiations were silently recessed -
and construction and members cities from which it Is collected.The .
shouted stormy protest against general appropriations, $15- Russia and India abstained from until today.
proposal estimates Jacksonville'
-
a pending proposal to extend 070,152 for unbudgeted continuing voting. Strike settlements earlier had

modified rent controls from city attorney; William appropriations fir whichno Russia had announced supportfor been announced covering 43,000

Jane With 30 to Dee.members 21. demanding Madison, would take from eight to new Legislative a'tiin I is necessary the Arab move to widen debate ,,,,,,,, workers-37.000 in New York. and
some nine million dollars from the
a blanket 10 per cent rent : to'the and the already passedor but the proposal collapsed: 6,000 In Pennsylvania.
State and give It cities.
boott while others called for an pending appropriations of $2 against the opposition of a strong In New York. members of one

immediate end of all controls I William Beardall. Mayor of Orlando million for the Everglades Na- Anglo-American bloc. When a onion the Traffic Employee
showdown told the House and Senate
House off
The put ft
an the politically potent rent Issue "'_ '0--, i. committees_ __ on tional Park $2,500,001 for con- majority of the delegates lined up Assiu. decided b! a series of
until today. /. struction of tuberculosis sanatoria against the Arabs Hassan Pasha meetings not to go' to work today -
Cities and
Towns"if
Ib and $1,500,000 for cattle of Egypt went before the committee past pickets of the National

/>th parties in Co rress. Administration you cad find fever tick eradication. with the announcement that Federation of Telephone Work

supporters warned that ; a better way" for With financial! bills' calling for he was withdrawing the Arab reQuest ( t1c ers. The federation, embracing
helping
unless the money is restored in Tin cities" outlays cf $235 ,million In State "as a conciliatory gesture." 29 unions on strike, is the mainspring -

the Senate hungry peoples for It. funds staring them in the face. ) of the 24-day nation

abroad may be driven into Communism. obtaining His theme some of the Florida Senate started out Tornado Leaves fr 45cc 7' : ) wide tlenp.

; like a sprinter yesterday. slowed Joseph% A. Belrne NPTW president -

But the House ignored the pro- t Immediate help down and finally halted. after accomplishing 300 HomelessIn ,. said that the picket lines of
either
( throughthe
tests and rammed the measure I little.. 4I'/ Its affiliated unions will be continued
;
through on a roll call vote of 333 cigarette tax The Senate spent.most of the North Carolina even in New York City and
{ I
or through
LA: to 68. That vote was taken after some I morning tossing arguments back Pennsylvania and "we expect these

', the members shouted down a motion other method and forth about hoij to proceed FAIRMONT" N. C. IAPJ A tornado lines. to b< respected.? For example -

"by He?. Alrtn E. Q-Konski. ran through the Beardall 'I; on discussing: the general appropriations struck In a thickly populatedrural [Miss Howard Rep. Rogers May Five Miners / Ions distance operators belonging -
-:|appeals of most speakers advocatIng -
I I bill. Not 'a single new ,area about two miles southof Run for Senate to NFTW and employed

GOP Plans Backed municipal aid. bill was Introduced. here yesterday, killing at least by,A. T. T. still are out in New

'WASHINGTON [AP] Brushing Only one committee witness one person and leaving an esti- York .
discussing City.
Before the record Against PepperFORT
'
appropriations -
aside warnings of a Presidential ,$en. Johnson of Tavares said flatly proposal. the Sena- mated 300 persons homeless. Succumbs HereMiss I I Die in Blast The settlements were reached

veto the Senate defeated I he was against the cigarette tax. The twister coming without LAUDERDALE: [API] The '
by independent
ton voted to take! up'the Houseapproved unions not linked
.
59 tf' 3$ yesterday to '
a move he Daily News said yesterday In a'
;But too urged the committeesto warning wreJt4!) between' 50 fthd ,
to the federation.
put JUG four measures the bit education bill CUI)1DI1 Mary Howard, promi- TERRE HAUTE, Ind. These agreements -
do something for the cities. In farm front page story that Rep Dwight
100 homes the
area.
labor 'SrtH designed! to curb provislon'of gave a noticeable life to
a two-year about .
$72 I UP Five miners
member of
nent the Rosalind [ ] were I
i L. Rogers, of Fort Lauderdale
lagging hopes of an early end to
.' "we believe municipalities million in State funds today. DALLAS Texas [UP A high- Club active in Orlando Fla.. was giving "serious consid. killed yesterday and three I'

It thus backed up plans of the will I The Senate did turn down a riding Texas tornado hovered over social eratlon" to running for the U. S. others were trapped when an the strike. Labor Department
dry If something and Church
15n.tdone.
up
Republican leadership to deliver I move by Sen. Riddle of Darling the outskirts of Dallas last night Episcopal Senate against Claude Pepper in explosion ripped through a conciliators Intensified four sets

labor legislation to Pres. Truman Madison said cities had I ton to take up again the anil- ,before moving off northeast to circles and a deputy clerk I 1950.Rogers small coal mine near here. The of negotiations here. They cover

in an "all or nothing"pack been left out on the limb and picketing bill which the Senators throw two suburban small towns In the office of the Clerk of the is now in his second trapped men were believed dead.A .I. key affiliates of the American
age. the limb is drying up." Sen. 'term as Representative of the rescue worker said five bodies Telephone and Telegraph Co.
passed Tuesday. Circuit Court died yesterday afternoon -' I
Into alarm. but the American Red Sixth Florida Congressional Dis-
Leaird of Ft. Lauderdale I had been brought to the base of
complained -
[R.-W1S.J. to shelve the entire While the Senate was In the I Cross said reports showed littledamae of a heart attack. trlct. Pepper is Florida's senior the shaft He said "there's nota The agreement called for
"municipalities
bill until Manhall reports formally slow death. are dying a midst of IU deliberations GOT. and no loss of life. II Found unconscious at her home,I I Senator. chance" that the other men were wage increases of $4 a week by
219 E. Robinson Ave., by her sister The Dally News said Rogers alive. the New York Telephone Co.
: that his State DepartmentI Sen. Rose of Orlando cautioned Caldwell signed Into law the Reports of the new tornado "has won nationwide attention
I! about I Mrs. Florence Nick Anderson a member of a and *3 to $4 by the Bell Tele-
upping, real estate valui automobile financial responsl' '
has: been reorganized to "a truly I came 24 hours after 23 persons through passage last year of his rescue team said the mine was
i
antl.co=untstlc policy." j ations."The He continued: bility measure requiring a motorist died In two tornadoes which hit Shine, she bill for terminal leave pay for enlisted filled with deadly carbon monoxide [Continued on Page 2, CoL 3]
I legislature has ;
to makeup
Manhall had made the meas- its mind to give some got new rev who has been shown to be Worth Mo. and Rolla, Iowa and I' was.taken to the personnel of the armed fumes. making it difficult to locate
forces. At present the limelight is
enue to help cities" at fault In a traffic accident to raced from Rogers Ark., into Florida Sanitarium .I the other miners.
or "untanglethe
w, a "must" on his agenda af [I focused on his new bill to make One body Identified as that of The WeatherORLANDO
present system of taxation." produce evidenceTof future financial Southern Missouri. and Hospital.
Client foreign policy legislation I I leave pay payable in cash insteadof Vern Earhart. was found nearly
but "
ability. was pro- bonds. 2,000 feet back in the shaft of the AND VICIMTYl
and is expected to. exert strong
U. S. CofC Asks The House pasted a Senate French 'Reds' nounced dead on 'I The account written by Managing Spring Hill Mine.
through Friday,
pressure on the more receptive measure boosting legal advertisIng I

Editor Orville
Revelle declared ,
-
arrival. She had There can't, be any questionnow
Senate to reverse the House. rates about 10 per cent, aflock that Rogers "is the la
exact that the
Lower Tax Rates Back StrikersPARIS been ill for some others are dead.
The final Rouse version specifically of minor bills sponsored by 1 I coposite: of Pepper x x x Rogers is Anderson said. "It's just a mat- change in tem
authorizes the spendingof WASHINGTON [API The United the citrus industry and a Senate [UP The French Communist time. conservative and although he ter of time."

$200 million to clothe. feed and States Chamber of Commercelast bill permitting a f State employe Party in a staggering blowat Known as holds great respect for Mr. Truman &
provide medical care for war victims night called for "much lower"tax who serves as a.: Legislative at- "Miss Mary" to he does not jump on theAdministration's
tache to participate in the State the Government's wage-freezing i Stassen GOP Chiefs Sez
in five European countriesand rates and heard Secretary of her many bandwagon every :
Commerce retirement fund. !These bills now policy yesterday threw its "unre time the President makes I I
China. It would bar all relief Harriman urge the Industrial a request Confer in
Capital of that sky
to the Governor friends In theHouse yes-
for
go
development of signature. served behind for expenditures or labor ,
to Communist-dominated Germanyand support" 30,000 sit- I I
countries unless they permit the Japan to ease the "heavy bur- I down strikers in nationalized Renault Court Miss Howard i i,legislation." I WASHINGTON {UP) HaroldE. smokey an the way like we're them
# help to be distributed by American den on American taxpayers." Bombs Injure 25 Miss Howard served as a deputyto Stassen. only avowed candidatefor 1'
'
missions. That amendment wesadopted Harriman said restoration of the automobile plants.By Capt. B. M. Robinson. Clarence I.Ii. Collision Kills Pilot the 1948 Republican Presidential rain rite soon
I economies of the Slav Demonstrators backing the Renault workers' and i nomination. had another ,
by a 324 to 75 vote. defeated enemieswas Gay Arthur Newell during I AUGUSTA. Ga. (UPI An aerial
Another amendment .aimed at a vital part of the American TRIESTE tAPJ Twenty-five demands for a 10-franc-an-hour 1 1(their respective terms as clerk of collision between two small planesone I round of talks with high ranking to

Communist areas authorizes the effort to promote world trade and pro-Yugosla\' demonstrators were [eight cents U. S J wage increase I I the court. She lived with her sister I- of them bearing the Ill-omen >! GOP Congressional leaders yesterday set' _ _
President to withhold cr end relief productivity. injured, four seriously. Tuesdaynight the Communists at the Robinson Ave. address. number 13 yesterday cost the on results of his recent: .
were raising signal -
in any country which refuses when two bombs were hurl a Funeral arrangements are Incomplete 'life of Robert D. Morrow 22. ChI- I visit to Moscow and other Euro :

to permit U.s. Government and Paraguay Government ed Into the midst of a parade in for widespread strikes throughout and will be announced 'cago. His plane crashed after the pean capitals. If
''a of the automobile and later the Hand Funeral The former Minnesota Governor
press representatives to observe pi edominately Italian section metallurgical by Carey collision but S. J Converse and
and report freely on use of the Claims Revolt Quashed''',this city. Police said between 5.000 Industries, most observers be- Home. i I Dick Fennel of Augusta, occupants plans to make public, perhaps today -: am.-----i
American aid. :and 10.000 were. participating in The Rosalind Club will be closed remainder of the transcript Z
of I
[API No. landed
ASUNCION. Paraguay The lieved. 13. their plane i :
I I :
Government the parade. this afternoon in observance of'' of his talk In Moscow with Premier _'" "m.MYhIt _
claimed in I safely.
a com
Flynn Rescues Actor Miss Howard death Mrs. Arthur' 1 Josef Stalin.FM I
munique yesterday that a revoltIn Cuban Cabinet Resigns watermelons an
P.OLLYWOODUPIAcwrTNn the Capital has been "com Circus: Manager Dies Former Local Woman !Park president. announced last HAVANA Larkin says that
API Prime Minister
Dandrea was saved from possibly ;, pletely quashed by loyal forces" !' ROSEBURG. Ore. [API Charles night. I Prio Socarras said yesterday the Approval Granted If them cattle of
serious injuries yesterday by Film and that numerous prisoners and I,Bird 76. of Winter Park. Fla: business Gets Two-Year Term I Cuban Cabinet had resigned. EarlIer WASHINGTON IAPJ The Com his like on the abort
.'t. Stat Erroli the filming I I abundant war materiel had been I' Boulder Dam Renamed munications Commission -
Flynn during I manager of Sello Brothers TAMPA t tAP) Mrs. Irene C. Bu- 29 Senators had presented a yesterday (
- of the battle of Gettysburg. captured. .Circus died in the show's, ticket WASHINGTON DPI Pres. Tru- petition of non-confidence In the announced conditional grants ,J,. I .
D'Andrea's horse had stepped into tl f' Patrol encounters were reported I,, office Tuesday.; Two sons. Izea cher 41, former secretary of the man yesterday overrode the pro- Government. for FM stations, subject to approval ;;' TIBM

a gopher hole as he and Flynn all along the front in the 50-day : and Charles Jr. also circus men Lake Wales First. Federal BuildIng tests of some Democratic Senators -I of engineering details, inI ..I Huh, ..12 ami.

were riding bareback on horses ,uprising against the Government ,,I are both with James M. Cole Ciricus and Loan Assn., was sentenced I j, and signed a resolution -. S. Evans, the'cre Urtmt auto claa' I'I eluding Orlando Broadcasting Co, c : HUH urn I 03 $...; IJJp '

pulling wagon.. As the actor fell. \ ?Pres._ : Higinio__Morinigo._ of York. SC.PHILLiPS' by Federal Judge Dozier Devane! changing the name of Boulder'' *,.rd r new. Fleoda..ha S branch office located in advj San i inc. IWDB01. .m s TIM. : malt 4:37 .......d
Flynn n Dam
grabbed him saving back to Hoover Dam in ". a m.
drea from falling under D'An-1 yesterday to two years in prison i or of the former Republican hon.1 S.43.;; Sets U' ..
hooves. CONDITION IMPROVES for embezzling $5,000 of the as- ident Herbert Clark Hoover. ARMY ANNOUNCES PLAN I .
I sociation's funds. |I I : .. Weatlwr Cereal at

Tonight's BEACHAMMr Movies Fmrorttt BranetU. 1:1*. i! Prominent Orlando Builders Mrs. Bucher pleaded guilty Libel Case Dropped u./ S. To Build Bomber Base t >:' U'almvm 1 pm. _74__-_ M ,
.
3.22: .3 23. ':3(1. .35. saying she embezzled money overt LOS ANGELES lAP A $1 million 2 :3IP.m, _______ SO
ROXY: My ".T.rtU llnaa.tte. 1:11. a period of 11 months before a suit charging libel and slander i ; 4p.m. C5a .
322.: 11'25. 7 JO, :35.. 5 : ::=::: 51S
: p.m.
.. CAMEO' ThoM Will shortage in her accounts was dis :brought by Film Producer Walter |' II II
Endctrlof Teens Be Home At Point Closest P.m. --- ..
Chtrmn. 7:40. 5:40.: Brought Friday I covered June 1946. She told Wanger against Radio Commentator to Europe : :: : :.: ::.
COLONY: 8ua Teller s.naadt. 3(1; (). I Judge Devane she had repaid Jimmy Fidler was dismissed :==: 73an : =:== ;

3S8SS2.74a.t4S:ORAND: : Tb. )iht: .,. UeOurk. JO. 3 JO.'.. The condition of Wellborn C. Phillips, prominent Or- bonding companies $2,500 by sell- :yesterday by mutual consent. The WASHINGTON [J\Pl] The United States will build a am.: ). === 7SIB 3TCMPER > I' 1: :':: === :;:'

S30.RIALTOHclderida.730. "30. 2:20. 5:05.: ':S5. lando builder and real estate operator who lost his left arm 1, lug her house and had been makIng -,'suit was based on remarks allegedly base for its heaviest and longest range bombers in Aroos- ) a:1 hldWIlIt.' .== 'IT

10'40: SpMk Btuten. 112. <:GO. ':45, 5.33. in an automobile accident Monday night, was reported monthly Installments since raade by Fidler over a national took County Maine the corner of the nation closest to .
yes- ,
VOGUE: Th PUtosmaa *.DeI1> lAdy, i i obtaining another Job in Orlando. radio hookup. 'TURES CLSEWMCRCWASHTNOTOlf
S'00. S:2S. a:SO: Mcbody U..t Fortrtr" terday as "showing continuing improvement" by Dr. troubled Europe. lAP) Wtathcr 5n7111 .
,
32S. 850. 10:IS, report of umpcrttan (or tbo 24 Seers..
DRIVE IK: Meet Me On Breadth?. Samuel Puleston of Sanford who is attending. him. Awtio D.I..g Sale ToaithtCla Mrs. FDR Gets License This important development in the nation's; strategic I ending 5 PmtatioM .: <
APOPKA: UMniflecBt DolL. "He had a good night last< .. ,.lfl,4 Articles For Sal t tI. planning was disclosed yesterday I Mi, Lo SUt CT.ERMONT: Sic AnMmtoDELANO I HYDE PARK. N. Y. lAP Mrs. Alberto 7 It ,, Miami >" 74 |
: DRERA DmptioB.EL'STia night Dr. Puleston said. "He is -- :in routine the Is'' Atlanta 77 >9 Mobil M tT |
: I I of the Eleanor Roosevelt's license to drive s announcement by I bombardment" (CVHBJ command
: 'ake UP end Dr"..... still in some pain. but that Is to be driver truck but were still Atlaa City M M : MsnUomar IJ 3 5B.rmeghm f
GHOVELANTJeat OaMKISSIMMEt I I was reinstated yesterday her secretary I Army Air Forces that construction I created before the field goes into 70 83 Hew Orleans M 72 *
:: Vnoemtmnt. : expected. We plan to take him working on the case and extend 19+7 may 1947 said after a three-and- of the new base four miles use. It la probable that one of Satiate SC 4> Jut York nt: '
LAKE WALES: Blncinc la th. CeraLEUBURO. home by Friday." ing their check further out into from the border. will I 'Chtttanooi 72 63 Norfolk! 1 I IChicafo
one-half-month suspension resultIng : Canadian the two forces of the Strategic *
At" Philadelphia 1 1
$
; The Locket TAT*: Hot Ctr- *
10. I Phillips president of Phillips the county.Phillips SIM &m 714 Trf 1M frt S I from her part in an automobile start about June 15. It probably 1 Air Command the 8th or 15th: Air CtnClCRltt ** Id I PttUhBfth 1* t* ;' II I
BAJfTORO- Th MUht McGurk.8T Industries. Inc.. W. Michigan Ave.. was returning from Xnhu accidentByrd till In completed in the Fall of : will oupcrboinbcrsfrom CUVlUM '" U BUI.inon4 li Ii '
PeRls. operate
123 ) _
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OAKDD> : Its A Joke laL was injured in a collision betweenhis dltns.poli__ !. lrIcj" whcn; had 1943 at a cost estimated between, It.The '.I'acUOUYWe M 71Ky eta Antonio 65 70 ,
bAKELAND: : POLS1! Dell 1..I..4.,. I e&f and hH- .nd-run track : Raps Closed Shop $13 million and $14 million. built four I West .7 7KnoxrtU San Fran. -. 47 I.
field; to be
Ya.u.C Ben5.'. 45678910 new S7 69
"Udq Dv.nCG tat. two miles south of (See Editorial Page 'I 7* 18 SarsnziAll
>, HMen LAKE. Home Swt t Kooidd 'I Sanford on the I 4) WASHINGTON [API Senator While the announcement did miles Northwest of the village ofLimestone. Ltttla Rock <3 60Lor 8< ttl4 01 49
Wrddtnf Nlah&. Sanford-Orlando highway at Lake : ----- ID-Val declared last of Is about 30 miles I louise 4< Tampa 'I ,'13
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Byrd not
Minnie. 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 night mention particular types LoolnrUl 75 12 Vieksbvt I. 2Ucmphla
Choir W1CCTC beet used exrl i.*ly I: gone to see his brother Miller O. that the closed shop should be bombers the AAF now uses B- Northeast of the AAP base at -_ 01 t Waabliuttea S3 MK. .
Seminole _..
It ttt OrUad RetUaraat. 4M Nertk County Sheriff P. A. Phillips. a former Orlandoan who outlawed and tht labor unions 29s and expects delivery In the. Presque Isle. Me., starting point' n --- I
.Orspge- AVe.ueder.. sew WgCMenI.tAdv.3 .t'I Mero's had received office reported that they had suffered a heart attack last I 18 # 20 21 22 2} 24 I I should be required to incorporate'near future of B-50s and later of 'I for trans-Atlantic flights during I'' pays. 8. Evans my Ie world's I10M over largest Hit iota prf dealer f\

no leads as to the week when the accident occurred. and be subject to ant1-tnutlaws., i B35S. Unless a new "very heavy I the war. 1MI tad 1H7 tot.mobUts. -(. _


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Page 2 (9run311! m mwg ftrnlinrl Thursday, May 1, 1947 j Socia I jtes Win i Odd Jobs Found try isn't enough to live on. so
M? Jury IndictsCommunist after classes he works la a gasoline -


\ I Russia's Armed Forces Told Red E rick By Teachers Who music station.A Instructor. Edward B.

IT CAN'T BE DONE 'I i Need Extra Money McCabe plays the bass fiddle in

To Maintain I Sidewalks a night club orchestra four nights
i BUT WE ARE GOING TO DO IT! PROVIDENCE. R. L [UP] Prov- a week and makes more money
AP 'Preparedness'i'i'i'LONDQN BOSTON JUPJ Socially promi- idence High School teachers are there than he does teaching school
"- [ ] ] WASHINGTON [ U P] Eugene residents of Boston's exclusive -I I Other teachers work at
"Dennfe, general of the'American nent padding their Income with extra plays
"at secretary
f :THURS.-FRI.-SAT. today to maintain Beacon Hill "marched" on I grounds and chaperone dances:,'
:
Communist
paredness" in a May Party, yes- city hall yesterday In a specially jobs. : while Richard Bailey art instructor

;: To oconvenience you with our store and its shopping Soviet Minister of the Armed Forces, Nikolai Bulganin.The I, grand terday jury vas\ for Indicted contempt by a of Federal Con- !chartered bus and won the right I Irving Nelson a mathematics I spends his nights designing
red brick Instructor and father of
we are offering on all orders of $2.00or order, broadcast by the Moscow radio, directed gress. walks.to retain their* side-'I children finds a teacher's two sal- 'publishers.greeting .cuds for commercial

that a salute of 20 artillery sal I Indicted with Dennis was Leon The socialites sat and had their
more a Josephson a New York attorney
voes be fired in Moscow and a.. and alleged member of inter- servants sprawl on the sidewalks -
an i
i
On Even Phone Strike score of dther cities to commemo- national fraudulent passport ring Tuesday to prevent the Street De-
10% DISCOUNT partment from digging up the!
Dollars I rate the "International holiday of which helped Russian secret bricks and replacing them with
agents.
the working people. Both were indicted for falling to I concrete.Today. LLPUT
GRADE A 1\IEAT8-FAXCY GROCERIES-FRESH PRODUCEJACKSON'S Accord FailsContinued Bulganin succeeded Generalissimo ebey subpoenas issued for their they carried their fight ?
6 and
hall presented their
Stalin as Minister of the appearance before the House Un- to city I
Armed Forces two months ago. I American Activities Committees. case to Mayor James M. Curley. I
GROCERY & MKT. l'-i hours of
After nearly protests
i Last year's May Day order was The indictments were based on
[ from Page 1] reversed his previous
signed by Stalin. the Mayor
I contempt citations voted by the told the street UP WITH ONLY I
: stand and commissioner -
903 8. Mills Phone 2-0775 phone Co. of Pennsylvania. The The duty of our Armed I House. *

:NFTW. Is demanding $6 a week 'I Forces lies in ensuring the security The maximum penalty for conviction -If we can: get brick and bricklayers -

[15 cents an hour] for all its of the peaceful labor of $1,000 fine.Lewis is .a year In jail and a by all means we should
workers.An our people and the State interests I live brick sidewalks to the peopleof OF
of the Soviet Union" the Beacon BillCol. ." / RADIO I
NFTW official said before YOUR
order declared. "In order to perform 2
the settlements were announcedthat this task successfully the I Again

he would guess 320,000 per- Armed Forces must at all times I. Durant

sons were on strike. maintain" their fighting prepar-

i. Beirne's statement said: "After edness. We can put new life in
23 days of a nationwide telephone Russian soldiers and sailors Wins RoundWASHINGTON your

.. strike the Bell system Is finally "must conscientiously study military Gets 15 Years
RESEARCH starting to make wage offers to art In order to be. In the present radio!. Our service
T, unions In the industry. The com- future also skillful warriors the [AP John L.
pany's solid wall of opposition to order said adding
: Lewis won an Initial concession
FRANKFURT, Germany [AP]
j Increases Is "Generals I department is the finest
l wage crumbling. admirals and officers from the Government and coal W. Durant was sentenced
1 1ss Col. Jack -
Frank J. Fitzsimmons of must perfect their military knowledge -j operators yesterday when they
at hard labor and
Kearny. N. J, president of the and work even more and bet- 1 agreed to poll Southern mine to 15 years
: s s 1 1ss Western Electric Employes Assn. ter with their subordinates x x x." owners on whether they support cashiered from U. S.the Army service wound\ yester- and parts and tubes are
[one of the unions in the negotiations Russia's foreign policy and efforts -I their association's: opposition to: day as the of up
here] said the New York : its prosecution "principals" in
toward"lasting, democratic '
a national contract.
the fantastic theft of the $1,500- !
settlement was a "sellout of their peace. the order said "is meeting The Southern Coal Producers I 000 Jewels. now plentiful
Hesse crown
fellow telephone workers. He' with the approval and support of Assn.. bargaining representativeof predicted "further
said no settlement under $6 a the progressive forces of the entire operators who say they produce Army sources
might be initiatedsoon
week would be acceptable to his world." The order added prosecutions
: 35.4 per cent of the nation's bituminous in United States civil courts
union. MAll our people, guided by the
coal wants .to make a against other persons connectedwith
Communist 48 HOUR SERVICE
Party by the great separate contract with the United f the looting.
Must Make leader and teacher Comrade Stal- Mine Workers Union Lewis heads.
Negro "
oORk in, are steadfastly overcoming Durant whose<< wife Is nerving
Preliminary talks between Lewis
f Second Trip to Chair postwar difficulties and achieving and the operators, begun Tuesday a five-year term for the looting *
: of the burled terns grew pale 3 QUALIFIED TECHNICIANS
d' victory after victory on the frontof
t 1J! at the request of the Government,
jsHit BATON ROUGE [UP] Willie peaceful labor." but stood motionless as sentencewas !
were recessed until next Tuesday.
It Francis. 18-year-old Negro who pronounced by a court of
walked the "last-mile" last May Navy Capt. N. H. Collisson. coal right colonels.
but came back when the electric World Vote Would mines administrator who has PICKUP DELIVERY &::
it I been running the mines since last The slim 37-year-old Air Force
chair failed to function, must
!: Another Kern-Tone first i I A 110LORS'' make his second trip next May G, Elect Wallace As :May announced that the poll of officer of Washington. D. C. and
Chicago, was found guilty of eight
t operators will be taken between
!
Acting Gov. J. Emile Verret ruled ALL WORK GUARANTEED
.t gorgeous new array of the 'now and next Tuesday. I counts including theft smuggling
yesterday. Leader Pepper Says and another officer's
signing
name
loveliest colors you've ever seen. .. I
t Willie had used every appeal
in an attempt to expedite his
., I own
Iean, attractive pastels and glamorous including ttJ.o U. 8. Supreme NEW YORK [API Sen. Claude Popcorn Barrage Scares discharge from the Army.
deeper tones' to enhance the Court, out all were in vain. The t Pepper [D-Flal said last night 1 j I 'I I Specifically he was convicted of I II ;H PHONE US NOW !
of i stolid young Negro: convicted of that "if there could be a free and German Recipients ,I.stealing $10,000 worth of the glittering ,
bf
i beauty every room. slaying a druzgist In 1944 was fair election in all the world for f;
I, FORT WAYNE, Ind. [UP] Mrs.1 horde much of which was
The handsomest finish imaginable convinced tha the chair will work a real leader the people wouldchoose" 'I I Ronald Byrer thought she would on display here as evidence. The FLORIDA'S LARGEST RADIO AND APPLIANCE STORES

r durable, lastingly lovelyl! next time. A. former Vice-Pres. Henry ,l I tuck in a can of popcorn when she I prosecution has valued the gems
Wallace
rl sent to the Schmidts in at $1,500,000.The .
< a parcel
ma.,. HUB arm itajs, r ma SUI! .. 1\\ $:' t ee Rear ....dm. Edward H. Smith Addressing a dinner-meeting by '
Minden Germany.
.t <,:;:<' l:$ -te y *' id veteran Coast Guard ice patrol the Progressive Citizens of Americain I I
letter of from
I In a appreciation : eyes are among the first I I
: 1)#.0" 0 officer, is said to know as much honor of Jo Davidson sculptorand :the Schmidts. Mrs. Byrer learned: organs of the body to start development D .
L $3 about iceberg and arctic watersas co-chairman of the PCA Sen. that the popcorn frightened the In the human embryo.At .
_/ GaL any man alive, He is knownas Pepper added: i Schmidts and their friends. The a very early stage the two
Dalae "Iceberg". Smith. "There is no critic [of Wallace Schmidts invited neighbors in to : retinas are seen as a pair of dIm-
r i ----- -- who will live half long halfas ,
.- as or
Aanga : enjoy a treat from America-then pIes on that area which is destined -
".' ,. .: I I honorably as Henry Wallace I they put the com on the fire as to become the forebrain.
"
Roost! )$: yf-4;' t wilL" I _
wr directions.But ,
ht\ ;. COOKBAKE per
'
..' .. they neglected to cover the
T a1 Cde ..f'L., Individual Radio Sets I pan. and the rattle and explosions
> MAKE DRINKS WITH scared off the guests-and the "
Designed for Railroads Schmidts. '

; + I'Ii / NOURISHING STARLAC PHILADELPHIA [UP] Modem .
trains soon may be equipped with HEAVENLY SOLUTION I
i special "radio seats" designed to Boston [UP] The Rev. Dominic ,
give passengers Individual radio Brady of Catholic University asked -
s reception. 1 union members how Communists -
..toA c aRp SKIMMILK
Perfected by the Budd Co. the got control of labor organizations -
device would allow persons sitting was told "because
side by aide to listen to different they work like hell" and con-
programs without Interference.The cluded: "The only way to beat
IN- Invention is a radio speaker them is to work like heaven."
H F RS 1 installed at ear level in the seat

a qM, fL cushion. Passengers would have Macaroni spaghetti and noodles -
g j 0!. t4 ARj. ClOtt the choice of four different programs I are made from durum wheat. \
available at the flick of a ,:The 1946 crop of this commoditywas 11'gA
; finger dial on the seat arm. the largest In three years.
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SIA&A5f ?!LATER = SKIM MILK tion sees to it that everyone in her household has a
;/ good breakfast before he starts to school or work. I
WoU M Plenty of time for eating, variety in the menus

LIN-A <-iZ. ;+(, s ,fiIfi CiJ Sq:.;Sf.. ro UsE j! ty and weapons"comradeship for accomplishing while eating this. are her secret -
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fo, ...irca.- :.... -w..:..:..... I SSouthern'-
': SElF V/EED-NO.MOP.E/
ftB PCUUti"l WAX I -- $ BORStrS STARLAC is grand for

QL nUTS amm Stl1 un m &s" making: Breed! Cakes! Muffins! .... ,...' t
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water! Lalorttoriis.. Just leaf"!!'*cds.Sprcy it oe.Absolutely Drinks!P*;fillings: !Easy directions WHITE DREAD r /

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"Nutrition.. udl.*have shown ,
( DAY that wbca children on diU r 'I

low in thew nutrients (Ribo-
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1 Fen-fried Mete Sand

Eggs ?, I f. iK N E Y

BOUDfHj JTWIUC (MOMMTct&MUJt Cat 1 can Mor into 10 dices 1 w N t E A L E
I Melt H tb p. ADVANCE SHORTENING In a ikfflet. add diced AN
Figurines $1.50 I sews)ewes*XIAUTMB / I Mor and brown on both tides.Remove to hot platter

MJJJMAtS,TH?P OtLINS, I Add 2 tsbp. ADVANCE SHORTENING to skillet and heat until

CANDY I THC VAO>Agt 8 VTfAMtJtt"" Of moderately hot.
.. Break S CLEAR BROOK EGGS, one at a time. Into a saucer and
BOWLS Rich WHOLE MILK.ONLY THE slip into the hot fat.When all eggs are added,reduce heat,add 1 tbsp. I II } .... I WhIte and wheat bread In one
: WAFER FAT,MID fAT'SoUJMVITAMINS water, cover, and cook until vhites are set sufficiently. Season with j 7--- package for the price of a
,
around fried Mor.Serve 5. IN
alt and Serve
f 1 .$5.00 f AM ftCMOVEP. --------a pepper. single! loan! And each half separately wrapped too.
QU/CA7
( OPENS EAST!
No wonder w.'r. happy-we get bread variety and

; Vary Menus come this "let-down feeling. However save money at the same time.Then,too,I love Southern
.; and latest research indicates that a TWIN-PACK's finger-tip opening: Just pull the tab the ,
fried Mor
_-R\ Orange )juice egA high protein breakfast tends to prevent -
1 toast jelly coffee or milk U a break this mid-morning slump. Yes outer wrapper divides and prestol! you have two separately
ROSE fast to tempt any appetite. Vary the Mother this applies to you. too.. sealed halves Inside. It's Southern TWIN-PACK .
I fruit;alternate Certified Bacon Ccrwhether you're house cleaning or writing "
) BOWLS 2 in 1 for and family from now on. jI
.J./'Y tified or Tender Mad Ham, and a paper for Women's Qub.I me my
Ptnery #: Certified Corned Beef flash with
$1.19, I the_Mor; serve d ear Brook Eftja: tn flan lor Plenty Protein Better grocers have this fine bread-delivered oven 1 zlrt it op.a..
Vases ___ 75c sit various ways such sa scrambled, fresh daily. Buy try and enJoy] Enriched Southern
poaJied. baked and in omelet; let A serving of Mor and eggs as pictured -
waffles pancakes rolls or hashed above will furnish 18 grams of TWIN-PACK Bread today.
t I brown potatoes take the place of the protein which is one-fourth of the
toast..and you have enough break amount required by a man or woman c1'4
fUlL POUND I fast ideas to prevent monotony the weighing 155 Ibs. or a 10 to 12 year
SOLD AT HARDWARE PAINT VARIETY I whole year through. How easyi old child.Boys and girls over 12 years
...
SThi e.t..rar cf age require considerably more protein -
ISonfensSTARLAC I Poor l.ollcII'"Poor Wort ; an extra egg or a glass of milk
will take care: of this for one meal Southern Hall WbltaBiIf Wh.stS.parstely
AND DEPARTMENT STORES 11 tat!!It uik wit* Eating too little or no breakfast Leai.d.
I usually results in irritability or fatigue Want something special for Sunday
before lunch. !n school this causes breakfast? Popovers always make a
::9. hit.They're easy to make too but do
THE SHERWIN L.t'AMS Co. poorer school work in factories a tw3
higher percentage of accidents occur require considerable time for baking is wNt

434 N. ORANGE PHONE 8186 during the hour before lunch. Yours for good breakfasts.
Mid.monung snacks have been
recommended...and u5CI1...to over George Rector 7.1JadBread
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said Thursday, May 1, 1947 (Drlanhn mUnting rtittarl Page
Aleman Hits )emos it's Vifamfrr-Rrthaaaaaa'

tions.world ments and furnish a source of val [!up with Industrial development.
Porter Urges I'Walton Favors I uable backing for the Regular | conduct intensive research and
DIXIE
At Aggression [ s r rj rumai I I Army and National Guard in eventof II scientific developments In order to I IFor

tion, Program For National emergency he said. I remain effective, Gen. Walton de- M A.R'G Al N*
actual I Military force must keep well clared.
T WASHINGTON tUPJ Pres. Ale- more Ga. API Geor GreeceWASHINGTON Training Plan .
,man of Mexico said yesterday that I us as favorab to Gov. M. j
-sower or later any aggression, j I Pres. Tr I
wherever launched imperils the I I endors( LAP] Paul A. Strong organized r?:*rve units
peace of the Americas" and |I in conventlo!yesterday I Porter who headed an American and universal military training
urged Western Hemisphere republic .we }+: Li 194 and elect; I economic mission to Greece recommended -i I will give the United States Army

Independence to act Jointly of to each assure, nation"the I sots leadership calls in 'bolting"Eugene lace of th I yesterday a five-year !I the adequate backing National necessary defense to provide in future -I Mothers Who Take
through the solidarity of alL" i I I program of reconstruction and development -
I
1
T years Brig. Gen. L. A. Walton j I
of the lat
The International situation he I I projects for that cOun- I I Commanding General, 14th I II
try at an estimated cost of $335 Air Force asserted last night In I II
throng estimated by pa I million. I I an address before the Men's Club A to : :
bond our I Municipal as exceeding Auditorial.5,000 filjd The former OPA administratormade I I ot the Cathedral Church of St. I Fancy Fancywork

I Sec. John Greer sid the proposal in a report on .I Luke.Describing universal I ; .
Y ;
the of Georgia's 159 counties e the mission to Secretary of State : training as "a program most vi-I a

I nted by delegates appro d Marshall. He did not say specifically I... ,. .. tal and essential :
? ;
a majority of county DenV : to the welfare of I
j who would pay for the work .
I Executive Coamittees.Gier but he did voice the hope that t1c our country"
hand, other counties bad sent d s- "direct American financial assistance Gen. Walton I
| named at mass meetln I will not be necessary" after pointed out thata > '.
to of Eugene T- June 30. 1948. year's training '
on."It I I e'l son Herman, lIDO d [The 'Administration's pending 'for 18 year-olds A KAY DUNHILL
convention. They have i $400 million aid program for s';;would add to
.
I' yesterda's.medln hd Greece and Turkey calls for an their physical I
.Pecs go good I the f legal standing. One XJ- outlay of $150 million for Greek moral and tech- FROCKMother s
e follower, :Editor )Irs: economic purposes and a like nical knowledgeas
with K.yko born of the Wilkinson Cowty amount to bolster Greek armed well as pro-
tice said that Herman 11-( forces vide the U. S.
4 "sent word down the me In the report made public by with a pool of
to Tahnadge folks to avoid friy the State Department. Porter also *partially trained r
act which might else recommended: .
where ...
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The organized
lilies :? 1. Sending to Greece an Amer- I. Walton
convention adopted b; ac- ican Recovery Mission with broad reserve program
a resolution authorizii its powers over the expenditure: of will keep trained and capable personnel { r
will look cool and
The Democratic Executive m- American funds. abreast of military develop- as ,

to name Georgia debates "It should have complete' authority I pretty as her thoughtful daughterin #
,
d to
National Convention a
by A. to advise the Greek Government DUTCH.LAPAsbestos
I them to support the ora- disburse funds, Mother's D
Freshest program a Day dress with cool
The BEVERAGES'r.
of Pres. Truman. I
supplies and make, contract !
Sugar You Can Buy move advanced contrasted last wet wi by a for reconstruction" he ad- Roofing I perforated eyelet embroiderytop

I :! g 8. Peters, chairman f the vised. ASBESTOS SIDING
| Paction'8' .Demcratic 2. Overhaul of the Greek taxa- ASPIIALT SHINGLES I a youthful, open collar and
I W' for Pr den. tion and revenue system and
Committee a
... GUTTER "
windblown skirt.
: i Choose
strict controls F
I .,.., preferential primary. ) ever Greek economy &
I ...br : at the convent] said Including prices and rents. DOWN SPOUTS I : her favorite color in
of H not summoned to "urge" Stressing what he described as L

I HOW M.L some observers of Herman contendd TaUadge the, help a need to for prevent immediate inflation American Porter L. T. JERNIGAN yellow, blue, pink or .

had been raised ether noted that in the past two years Roofing and Sheet Metal I I white. Sizes 12 to 20. '
might be rejectd as a Greece has "merely managed to 70 Alexander PL Tel. 7427 l ll
In next year's Demo- survive" despite $700 million in I
race for Governor;if he foreign assistance. i
to run In a Thompsm-con-. I $12.95
c-s primary.
charges (Tamadge, Can Endocreme actually help .

engineered wrlte-U votes ,
,
e in last year's geoetU elec I make the face ": J 1 J., .Yf
f;
at which Talmadfe'f father ;: -
'The the Democratic noralrw.This, more youthful looking? ':,.T, ,
for on forces assffti consti-
party bolting. It tat! on the I Mr: f. T .Y
Swat of the write-in rvite that Do you know that now through ENDOCREME '. :
sine 1 Legislature electel Herman ,
scientific research has answered the above question for -
11 | in January. abequent-
'
U 17 State Supreme sort held thousands and thousands of women with an emphatic'"yes""I \ 1
election void. j
Stop Moveover. It Is doing this to a degree hitherto thought 3
Refined inNearby I
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Savannah I Will I II impossible. This II because ENDOCREME help Improve \ Inexpensive Dresses V.
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in Estate t 1, the skin Itself, not merely Us superficial appearance. How Ivey's Air-conditioned Fashicn Floor xl

WeD only ENDOCREME contains ACTTVOL*. -
rAp) .the rich ." t
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left by Mrs. EvUjn Walsh I This ACnVOL" Is a scientific replacement for woman'sown '.': : ;{ -
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ALWAYS Including tn Hope 4'
skin-vitalizing substance. Absorbed by the skin, tt
Is due to besplit, up tj
ASK FOR her grandchildren in 1967. it help to restore normal growth to ageing cells j 1
baby Mamie Spars Rey- ... :
becomes 25 yean old. and tissues. Thus it aids the skin of face and throat to t ; _'. J ::

was disclosed yesterday become firm fresh, "alive." vibrantly youthful again. How i .-'," ':' j ,
a memorandunfrom law-
better can Invest cosmetic dollars ..:
T
you your Try ENDOCREME. iY
for the estate of J e wealthy ; '- -
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society matron whose Many report distinct. Improvement In only 30 days i ", ti' "

"struck It rick in the I '. .e ,t j? -? %* AS SEEN IN MADEMOISELLE .
goldfields. value of
fie Try ENDOCREME Hand Lotion. $2.75 plus tax:
inheritances was i.t revealed.
estate the memorandum
will be divided: among the
grandchildren?!(when the :i. w' successful use since 1937tfx ,_ ,-,,'::41:1i: !\ U : )
oldest of them1\ have all anuaart'
j 25 of .. / ACTIYOL '''
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The death of Evalyn Walsh Halt Drunken Drivers
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chapter In the life of Washington* YARDASAIM. :

; ANNUM, PU"H....., lic, I WTO.UI Dietcre not only by: poker parties and politicians _,-_ AJGESTATON-.Tr DOrJT I I Last night while returning from
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: C W. LWITT. In. MIL osii T F. WAITM. OAH MIL The latter was a side of Mrs. McLean that the .-, : 1HEREQJL.HBactcNG_ INSTEAD a car for nearly six miles before -

LouIS ANBMUM. MAIlAII' E*. NOOMT CONSONNI, Sec. T ui.RUM. public did not know about. Probably no one:. person OPO ING.BVTriKBJTAU -H I attempting to pass It. The

.. HAMH.TO. Cn.'M t. CNAUIS MIHM, PUll Surr. In the capital did more for servicemen 5 9. ,- mMWETT driver of this car was weaving allover
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dr ., i I to be on a heavy' traveled
Member of flu AnocUted rrenTti McLean. [ road We this. His companions
.-. Associated Pre 1* excluilveljr: entitled Though she went In for celeb- 4 :: I-.f* ;' I were In as bad a shape as the ) I

to the use for accredited re-publication to It or of not an rities. Mrs. McLean had an even ,, '4 I. # --- k. 1 driver. What Florida needs Is what i 1, k;
newt dispatches ,
otherwise accredited to this paper and longer list of friends whose names ''Is called the Seal Law in some

also the local new published herein. meant nothing In the society columns ? States. If you are caught with a
An riht: for re-publication of special "x : )bottle In that has the
dispatch hereto are alao reserved.. but who were Just plain a7 ? your car
folks. They were Invited to her seal broken even though none of been considered except the real
PAGE mupMAY1.17 house because she liked them. j- : ___: the contents have been touchedyou object of the whole educational .
= are subject to a heavy'fine and .
said that structure.
-i Mrs. McLean always I
TODAY'S THOUGHTS the Hope Diamond brought her !Ion' second offense your plates are The boys and girls who fin up
than to behold evil and 0Y'ThEs taken away. I like a drink now the class-rooms are there apparently -
Thou are of purer eyes bad luck. yet she clung to It. Her
and then but suchas
myself
canst not look on Inequity,-Habakkuk 1:13. '. &S44 first child was killed In a traffic :ic-i' ) this go beyond reason cases and I believe to obtain some knowledge
it it which will help them to make their
: Pearson accident. Her husband died in an I we should do something to way through life.
Those trueeyes for the insane. This Win- these drunken drivers.
asylum ALW stop
THE It would that the -
appear average
-
t Too pure and too honest in aught to disguiseThe ter her only daughter the wife of ex-Sen. Robert VACUUM WO I C. O. C. curriculum of our schools

I sweet soul shining through them. Reynolds of North Carolina died of an overdose of needs to be radically changed, for
Edward Lytton. HAS A PET SHOOT: CUT. .
sleeping tablets. _-- -- a Reader Urges Sales Tax It is an acknowledged fact that
_
_
Friends sometimes asked Mrs. McLean why she ':Thast -- __ Over 'Purchase/ Tax' the majority of high school graduates -

Best' News of the Week did not sell the Hope Diamond. Her reply was that 7 -::: 4.FACEW.SMAW are woefully lacking In even
1 It would only bring bad uck to other people. Once 20SAN K y>wcx>o oorvc 4'.5 Editor Orlando Morning Sentinel: I the fundamentals of education.

THE HOUSING boom failed she temporarily traded the diamond to Elliott FRANCJSCOC4UF. ,.. ... ______ The sales tax cartoon In last There are far too many nonessential -
BECAUSE Saturday's Issue of your paper inspires ,i[ subjects on the currieu-
the Wall Street Journal says Roosevelt-for a dollar. -=. me to write the following I| lum. while not nearly enough attention -
She had met Elliott accidentally In the Kit Kat
coming down. I showing advantages to the State | Is given to the fundamentals -
are
lumber prices
L
'I- Club in New York and invited him to her table. PITCHING HORSESHOES of a sales tax assessed against all with the result that. In most

Oregon mills report more cancellations Elliott was so critical of his father and other ... vendors and a "purchase tax" cOllected -I j i cases. the graduate emerges witha

last week than in years. A Longview, members of the family that Mrs. McLean, a Republican only be retailers from their i smattering of "frill" subjects.

and close friend of Warren Hard1:1g,1 I Movies Goodly purchasers the rate being the i I and little or no knowledge of the
1| Wash. manufacturer says: 'We don't know remonstrated. English Getting same. j essential subjects necessary to

1| how much the break will be, but once it Ton shouldn't talk that way about yvnr I Tax Percent I I make living.

said. "After X don't with Sales, 1 2 S By making! certain changes In
she all.
how far it will father. agree .
is Charles - -
there BILLY ROSE witer
? starts no telling go. lot of things he's done. He's conscripted wealth a fairish English named Dickens. Is A 100.00 $1.00 $2.00 $3.00 I the curriculum. It would be pos-

r A New York retailer said Southern yellowI and so on, but personally he's a fine man." A year ago I didn't think English movies hada slated for New Yorkj} top showcase. the Radio City B 120.00 1.20 2.40 3.60 i I sible to attain the following desirable .
chance In America. Music Hall. I've seed it. and I think it's going to C._ 144.00 1.44 2.88 4.32D. objectives:
I t pine has dropped $75 to $60 at mills. Finally. she gave Elliott the Hope Diamond Today rm not so sure. ring a lot of bells. Crrently "Odd Man Out" "The ._ 172.00 1.73 3.46 5.18E | 1. Raise the standard of wenr.

: This sounds like the news prospective and he In return gave her a silver dollar which he Last night I saw a pre-release screening of anew Adventuress." and 'Uairway to Heaven" have the I 20736 2.07 4.15 6.22 (I itlal education to a high level cf
for luck. Then. remembering the bad-luck
? Kbme-builders: have been Awaiting to hear. carried British who-perpetrated-it called "Green for cash registers singin "God Save the King." -!I efficiency. ,
reputation of the diamond. Elliott got almost panic- Total $744.18 $744 $14.89 $22.32 ,
2. Increase the teachers'
"
Danger. Murder. guv'norl It makes Hollywood's I think this Is ablesslng all around. Tell you pay.
I and started to retrieve his dollar force. schedule shows the
stricken by The above i 3. Reduce the total cost of the
I
:I; High Price Solutions At that point.. Mrs. McLean traded back her dia recent dormitory.shoot-'em-ups It features look like a civilized pillow fights funnyman In agirls' why.First, the Brltlsl"make movies for grownups. amount of tax the State would 1 1 entire educational system to less
mond. receive under three different rates. than it Is now.
: named Alastair Sim who can spot Abbott and If these' movies da business! It's bound to be ;i
all
REALTOR, H. H. M'NUTT goes I and the total received from I If sufficient Interest Is shown.
THE Mrs. McLean was so crushed at the death recently Costello 60 laughs. Producing. acting and writing noticed by that par, of Hollywood which would under a law which requires all { the writer will be glad to explain

with Pres. Truman's suggestion of her daughter that she shut herself up r -right up there with Mt. Everest. rather insult the udlenee's intelligence than vendors to pay the tax. I how In his opinion. the curriculum -

l to reduce all prices by 10 per cent, induceshis for weeks. Friends worried about her long seclusion I Especially the writing. And that's where I made admit It had' any. Ckc of'thee days we may be The last Item In each column > may be changed so that these
my mistake a year ago when I low-rated the able to go to the emma without our rattles and shows the amount the State would [objectives may be attained.
clients to mark down their listings. but she refused to see them. Only the serv- I picture-makers In Bligh teething rings. I receive If only retailers collect the I W. A. ).{ITClIEIL.P. .

I Merchants report, however, many of ants remained with her In the spacious brick ,ty. I forgot how good the ,- Second good Britih movies will get them good tax. and only their purchasers pay O. Box 1448
Georgetown house. formerly owned by Ambassador "L-j) &y:: American dollars. Ant the English will be getting i I Orlando. Fla.Arizona's .
their items are going instead of coming Hand Across the Sea Is 111S'1I17 ;; It.The '
up Alexander Kirk of the Kirk soap millions. v .h these dollars sum of the Items In each
with pencil. I disremem- on meit. rather than muscle and i
l down. These manufacturers' increases are Finally. kindly Fred Vinson whose dignified a OOK.. diplomatic Jabberwocta. Much as we disagree with column Is the amount the state I' Hopi Indians are the
bered that from Shakespeare
robes as Chief Justice have never detracted from 5' tJve j would receive if all vendors pay only tribe In North America In
I due to ever-rising labor costs. his human Qualities decided to try to cheer Mrs. to Shaw the British : .' their policy In Palesthe} very few of us want to the tax. i which weaving is a man's art.

j The business of bringing costs down McLean. He and Mrs. Vinson walked up to the have always produced see this tough and tte&ted nation go down the i I In each of the three columns. '

seems to be a co-operative affair in which I McLean front door and knocked. A butler openedthe the heavyweight writing I) drain.ThIrd. the cum of the Items Is approxi-|
in. champs. I forgot' that I) / \ good Englisl movies may solve a tough mately 259 per cent more than i, TIRES
door but did not let them (
labor and unions must eventually share even with technicolor and Hollywood problem. TUrty per cent of the world the last item In each. In other I,
half the responsibility. "Mrs. McLean Is not seeing anyonehe said. faisies.amovlelsonhjasgood I ev'JfI'" gross of an America lcture comes from the I uords. if all vendors pay the tax I: forPICKUP

"Will yon tell her that the ,Chief Justice and as the words somebody United Kingdom. Witioat this cream from the i'. the State will receive approximately -J<
l1rs.1mon Just wanted. to say hello for a moment I .' top of the bottle our movie-makers would have 259! per cent more revenue '! TRUCKS
Sympathy to Mr. Phillips ?" requested Vinson. "Won't just please put on paper. llJ) collect the i jJ
you I guess what threw me r.v.ARO to tighten their belts. i recent statistic dramatizes than if only retailers ( HOUSE.TBAILERS.GROVE.TRAILERS..
tell her that we are here? tax. I Ii
GOOD FRIEND, Mr. Wellborn Phil- But the butler was adamant. The Chief Justice was my meeting with J. (N" what American flickei are doing to the British !j i i" shall be scanning the edl- ', .
OUR '
Arthur Rank. I knew that piggy bank. In the last six months of 1946. Yankee !
loses he rides down the and Mrs. McLean turned away from the McLean torial page of the Orlando [Standard Rim]
an arm as In Britain he was Louis movies and tobacco to k back $230 million of the 'lag Sentinel in the future Morn-I i 34 x 9 x 16
door. and the sorrowing owner of the Hope Dia-
1 road In his automobile. The same thing mond remained in virtual seclusion until the end B. Mayer times 50. with first $600 million we tdranced them on the Big hope that I may find one of your t'' 10-Ply Rayon

: happened to Mr. Clyde McKenney less than pipelines to Parliament and the Bank of England.He Loan-almost 40 per cnt. It's a cinch the Britishare able editorials in which you advo-
last week.
: came came around one' day to see my theater. We in no position to H us continue taking that : cat such amendment. Please I $17.95Let
.
two years ago. chatted about pictures. promotion. picture promotion kind of dough out of heir punchdrunk economy. don't disappoint me. or I will |

Mr. Phillips had flown from Indiana to Two men representing more people than the and promotion of pictures. He Impressed me Betty Grabe's! legs ar< pretty, but when you're think there Is something wrong us engineer your equipment -
size
population of Australia sit down today to negotiate hungry. bacon with arithmetic.T. to put the right
Is my
as a nice enough fellow but I didnt notice prettier.
Jacksonville which would indicate that any tire particular need.
peace for American labor. They are William Greenof L. CONWAY your
lightning coming out of his ears. As he left. I got A few weeks back, novie czar Erie Johnstontold
be safer than the AFL and Phil Murray of the CIO Their I -
flying may driving the high- the feeling his genius consisted principally of having Hollywood chiefs flat within the year JIIsMajesty's Ofi
i Real Object DUDA
unity talks may be even more difficult than the 'C
selected a father who left $200 million. Government nlrht have to freeze our ""

ways.We sympathize with Wellborn the home Moscow Green's Conference.attitude labor has, In London a few months later. I sa;7 a five- "take." This would put most of our Independent i School Bill Told TIRE SALES 1"

on peace always million-buck sleeping tablet he had compounded producers out of bU5ln,.. Only the big studios Editor Orlando Morning Sentinel:
town who made lot been snobbish. He has offered the CIO a chance to i i School Bill OVIEDO
boy a of money in the "Caesar and Cleopatra" I walked but on the could keep operating with that 30 per cent frozen. j In reference to the

.,. 1925 land boom, lost it only to egain his return to the AFL. but little leadership Inside the fifth reel and mumbled Into the fog. "Rank. Rank. And when the indies go,a lot of the nicest things. now going through the Legislature WJ. 123-M Orbdo 2151
AFL. This the CIO has constantly rejected.But being made everything appears to have I
J will break the bank." today to wLh them. I
fortunes
recently. today the grass-roots pressure from the
But I was wrong as a seven-dollar bill. I tee one way out. If the British film factories i
ranks of labor is too strong even for "MotherGreen.
1 continue turning out fou- tar product, our thea- '
Will Wallace Sink Pepper Too? Labor all over the country has been demanding J. Arthur kept bankrolling little groups of ters can give them more and more playing time. 1 '
that the AFL and CIO forget their differences talented guys. One of these groups came up with And LOWER PRICES!
why not? What's wrong with giving up 10 per i
rpHE MORE THIS bird Wallace talks, the work together to block the Hartley Labor "Henry V," starring the best actor In the world cent of our screen hours to worthwhile Imports,
Bill. Laurence Olivier. So far it has grossed better I
sillier he If it will protect that big 30 cent?
sounds. per ,
Originally, one wing of the AFL led by John than a million smackers In only 15 of our small
If Hollywood wants to Stay solvent It'll root for !
Now he insinuates that Florida's Sen. L. Lewis, carpenters' boss Bill Hutcheson and theaters. English movies. Instead pf luring James Mason I ONE-YEAR GUARANTEE

Claude Pepper will meet him next March to George Meany of the plumbers thought they Since "Colonel Blimp" a Piccadilly filly named and Deborah Kerr with real butter and three-inch

decide a third movement. could do business with the Republicans. But the Deborah Kerr has had our wolves baying at the
upon party steaks. It'll boot them In: their bustles and send Co-operatlno with the notion-wide campaign to LOWER
Sen. Pepper has declared time and GOP labor bills has left him disillusioned. ResultIs moon. "The' Seventh Veil" let loose a nasty man them back to Shepherd'sEush.It ( .
that the great majority of the AFL, led byteamsters' PRICES. BILLS RADIO & BAER RADIO now offeri
named James Mason who has caused
again that he is not interested in leadinga more rumpus gets down to this: Unless we let the English
head Dan Tobin. and garment workers
third party or having any part in one. David Dubinsky sincerely feel that there than Then Churchill's' speech at Fulton. Mo. make some money here they can't afford to let us I 15% ALLOWANCE on Jour old Radio or Record Flayer
an upandcomingscrivener named Noel make money there. Or if they let make It because
Or, doesn't Henry Wallace read the newspapers must be labor peace. Coward choked In with "Brief Encounter. It ; they're not turning out enough us native prod-- when traded .in on a new Radio or Record Player.

f ? So. at today's labor talks Bill Green will aban- packed our Little Carnegie Playhouse for almost a uct to their
keep theater
seats
can't let
they Phonograph
We think there's a time for this and a don his hitherto hlgh-and-mlghty attitude. However I year. Noel's "This Happy Breed" followed it, and us take It home. warm II 15% ALLOWANCE on your old [playable]Records.

time for that and hell demand certain concessions from the j Records when traded in on new Phonograph
a time for everything and the critics threw their tea-cups In the air when Lucky for us, the British movies are getting

that this is a splendid time for Sen. Pepperto CIO and this will be his program; I they reviewed It the other day. III ONE-YEAR GUARANTEE on all new Radios and Record

cut loose from Wallace and let him disappear 2.1. Withdraw Purge all Communists from the World from Federation the CIO. of Want to hear more? "Great Expectations." by good.It may save our fourth ]largest Industry. Players [RCA General Electric, Westlnghouse, Motorola,

alone into the nether world on the Trade Unions. Stewart-Warner etc.]

weight of his own gas. Otherwise Henry 3. Abolish the CIO Political Action Committee.In WESTBROOK PEGLER SAYS'

may disappear from the political picture return Green will offer the CIO equal membershIp -

and take Pepper along$ with him. on the AFL execuUve board: also complete BILL'S RADIOPhone ., BAER RADIOPhone

autonomy for all CIO unions In industries where Union Squeeze Falls Flat !

Names for the Master Brand the CIO has a majority of the members. 2-0879 ". 2-0366
.
Murray will accept some but not all of these

UNITED GROWERS & SHIPPERS Assn proposals. Also he will have some counterproposalsof Br WEST I ROOK PEGLER check-off of dues thereby discredits: himself by 1 417 W. Central Ave. 672 l H. Orange Ave.Adjclnlng .

in a dither over the 1946-47 his own. He will remind Green that the CIO For more than three months Congressional the implicit admission that his members are not 1 Lamar Hotel Building "l" Orange

toboggan taken by citrus prices master- Is now twice as big as the AFL which It left 11 committees heard again the story of the cynical loyal followers but subjects who would escape this (!ourt Hotel
years ago. He will point out that much of the AFL'a corrupt and brutal thralldom If
minds the deal administration of the unionsof Congress or the state Legislatures I
brand name" by suggesting "a master size and success today is' due to the dynamic competition the United States. Claiming to be -the labor would let them and would not pay dues If they H "Buy From Bill, Boer" =| ___: 4
which would, as we understand given it the CIO. he will = ::-
by Finally express movement, these unions have been in fact oppressors didn't have to.

it, represent all fruit other than immature fear that creating a labor monopoly and and betrayers of labor and enemies of A forgotten point In connection with the conductof I _

Hamlins and Parson Brovms. abolishing competition will stunt. rather than spur. the people. an the boss unloneers Is the duty of every citizento :A a.w- ;; .-. .i'revi- .u Pasals'C

United's brain-trusters leave selection unionization. The powers conferred on the bosses of the report to the police or the District Attorney evidence r.- Representatiye :J-I :

of the master brand name blank for the movement have been used to terrorize and sell out of unlawful conduct. In business a man who :

time being, all of which affords The Sen- Most people don't realize that today labor is the workers and to prey upon the knowingly permits a crooked subordinate or associate p.4

tiriel this opportunity to suggest ."De: big business. The unions have investments in real whole community. The facts pre to steal and helps him to cover up his crime II I HORIZONTAL 7 Fur-bearing _

licious." We may add that if United contemplates estate running into tens of millions. Some of them sented to these committees had : Is chargeable as an accomplice or accessory and 1,8 Pictured U.S. sea mammal
own banks. and have even loaned money to indus- been known for years and there :4 may be tent to prison. A citizen who knows that representative S South African _

a brand name for the green try Biggest road-block to labor peace is JohnL. was no actual need to consume his neighbor has committed a holdup and fails to 14 Penitence Dutchman N

fruit we suggest "De-Lousy. Lewis-the same Lewis who led the CIO revolt the time of the committee members report ,his knowledge may be prosecuted. Recently. g Oleum (sb.). _. t ._ _
Citrus talent can hem and haw and stew out of the AFL. If the CIO comes back.. his chanceto and the people's money recording In the unimportant field of professional sport. men 15 Oleic acid 10 Meadow p ,

and spew and write all sorts of recipes for become head of the AFL is diminished Lewis them once more. have been hauled before the governing! authoritiesand ester 11 High laleCeraint's I 1T1' IS"1'l_ _. _

I prosperity. However, as long as Florida technique will be to split the CIO. then try to The excuse for all this was prosecuting agencies In the status of suspectsand wife stature r.

ships green fruit colored and baked to look pull certain CIO unions friendly to him. Into the that the people needed'a refresher have been ruled out of competition In disgrace 17' Back of. eck 12 Indian M Aerial tomb.: 44 Gaelic

like the real article we'll have 'AFL." Murray a canny Scotsman, is well aware course In the perfidy of an organIzed merely because they failed to report Immediately 19>> Plant genus 13 Require ,, form) U 45 French of artJcleC
trouble I' 18 Pint (lb.)
selling it. of sue Lewis tactics.: He studied under Le-vta'a and privileged system of terror that they had been invited to accept bribes. 20 Fox Earthenware :RoJaJ Bothh T'ndareua
Welsh brawn for 25 years. 21 Furs Artists (ab.)
graft and native fascism far Compare the standards here with those of 22 Desired 47 Paradise

more dangerous. than the,Ku Klux the men who. are falsely honored as statesmenand 24 23 Kol Conducted dialect 24 She Is a mem- *l Offlc of stra- 48 Carry .(colt)

n I Orlando Morning Sentinel Radio Proaram 'I Klan or the 20s. so that they Pegler leaders of American labor. 25 And (Latin) ber of the U.tegic Slices: 49 Brain passage

WDao Cue) WLO" would be ready to accept laws to Far from upholding the law and the authority 27 Playing card S. of (ab.) SO Not as much

f 5 IS- Firm Cbureh R.nert.r ia WUdWd. R Nwt-RtrtUte**.iu. fl2M__.__ Sign WOUZ On. Jt tt4000 .wi) 3'45 O1T WDiO tt 5110)Tako' ...___ Studio WLOr Tear(1230)___. Music WONt Unlimited(748) I subdue it. Many volumes of testimony have been of Government they have uniformly lived by the i 30 Scent Represent- 32 Encountered 54 32 Compass point boat
Or. Latin Propel a
Blj-m Art
? HUl&illln printed and these will be put shelves tives 33 ( )
on and
away
code of the
30 Tt1 0. VUltjB underworld which holds the squealerIn 34 Refute
NUTtro Oiiim .
...
4 .
00 Rons
'u : Ramblers Party OHS on The Air studio _
_I'U_New -BUm! Bry.nt IU..tll. __ o.>fj' Ramblers 4:15: HOUM Party: ,_ OHS on Tbi Air studio Party Party _I not one single Individual will ever take the time contempt lest squealing become general practiceto 35 Stair part 28 Attempts 40 Entangles 30 Half-tm
,:00 Tmwn P trel ,-_,.. K wMui. Clock 5I __ 4.30 Dr. Malona --_ Clltt Edward. Studio Party and, trouble to read them through. They are a 27 Town (Cor41 Woody plant M Nova SeoUl
'U Z. *? r. rel MutieU clock MwalBf.Uhn DttotlOM _4'4 s Charch of Air Tom Mil _._\.__ Btadlo Party: ._ I, the jeopardy of them all. I 38 Expunge ab.
7 30 Oickerbo -'- Mornhn DevaUooi !*_. :_____ 8:00 E ......*\d. N.... Terry Pin," Studio Party repetition of an oft-told record that Is a disgraceto In all the prosecutions of gangsters and opera- 37 Birds' homes slab prefix) 42 Parch ( )
'V:43: Revs -"- ,-______ Rees-Muile __. '40 CluI _.:___ S:IS In My Opinion Bky Kln. _. the and :
n n Studio Party country a complete disqualification of tors of the 38 Symbol for I 'i 0 I It ,,1
shakedown It
5:00 CBS ...._.__ S 30 __ against both workers and _
: News Mafia A.row, Raw. ____ : tarn it Abner n Jack Armstronr Radio Rodeo I
IU Walter Klmbl ,_ Band of Day .-. -740 rinK ..S:45 Robert Trout __ Bob Hamilton Trio News n ______ the political fakers by mistaken courtesy called employers not one union official of national rank erbium ___ _: ..::1
I'30 Normia B. .>T ? )4e4a Utlody Trio 140 Oak : .::00-Dinner Duet '_,_ Pulton Lewla. Jr. Supper Club labor leaders who contrived the outrage or suffered has I 39 Electrical unit ., 'j !!
forward
I'U Brtitfiit BrttltlM t.lbfk Drlfttf n-_'740 Club -I. ITII IIU: Neman Cloutler __ Dinner MuaU ___ Market Quote __ come to give Information that almost _
IM-N... ,. Br, kfMt Club ?- K..T! __ 11:30: Rosen Pate ____ Dinner Uosle _-__ hale for Dinlnc It to continue. all of them possessed. And the prosecutors, politically -I 40 Mountains I lie I 11 ''I 1 i1 Li
B..1 J Mcrnlnr Devotion Brttkfut Clu 740 Quo _8:41 New. A &-or.. ___ Sport. Parade H. V. Kaltenborn The people needed no refresher course in this fearful (ab.) J J' r
:30 Enl7D Winters Breikfut Club ___ lest they be smeared labor-baiters
h' Women WorliTH' 7:00 Suspense i = as
Headline Edition
Meet the Band Shouted
"L 45" Toun Sincerely' ... Bre.klllt- Club Wemeu' World_ IT 7X5: Sa.pe.. u.___-_ __ Elmer Peru __._. Meet the Band ,__ rotten phase of the history of the republic. It was have refrained from calling them unwilling I TJT, I p 11 L 1ff. I"
10 00 Arthur Godfrey Wy Trot Story Freddl Martin 7:30 PBL Pe.ce ot War Count of Monte C. Follow Thronth _- all fresh In their minds when they elected the Re- as 48 Sesame _'J-
10:1 Arthur O4"' _- 6tor '-B. Crocktr Freddie Martin _'7:45: Bill Henry --___ Count of MonU C.Ift_ Dance Tim witnesses. Does anyone think It possible that the I 51 War,god 54 z .4.
10:30 Taihlont la Music, Betty Crocker Jack Birch Show I=OO Dick RsymtT'"Syophon wUiUC8ho..eaao* publican Congress last Fall as a protest against
Being _
iJLi-J Ra>;m>I-L__ _- ._-LIIUDlul_ :_Pod Boaqueti In Rtna SU: Dick Harme. _____ Local News ____ Musical Showcase those very conditions.It AFL executive council the CIO rulers were Igno- i 53 BambooUke )Q Jt n n
U-OO Ktjsmis.u Twn Brenemaa ::-Old *-New ___ B.30 Crime Photographer Town Meetinc -._ Jack Haley ,_ _,_ Is rant of the rackets conducted by Joe of the grass r1rr
11:1$ Cia. _._ more important than the recent black Fay i
: Loma TtIIII I8m BrIM"" a Old New __ a 4S Crim. Photographer Town Meeting Jan HaleyOO Routine -
11:30 Helen Trent ___ Hollywood Story Worria Made -C- -Reader- -Diceat Town Netting ,. M*.-Modern Mood markets and the shortages of food and apparel. Operating Engineers of the brazen looting by s.. I
-
1143: Our Oil Bundiy h T<* Malan un. Wardi A Music !T 9 IS Reader Dicest _,- Town Meetlnr. -___ Ma Modern Mood permit II 55 Pesters _ _
: Ness 30 _... as the returns showed In State where the voters the racketeers on the war constructionJobs
J'J Kenny Baker -. Newt ...___:;__ Man Called X Densatlonal Tear Eddie Cantor 57 Indicates f'_ :
,- It.IA !.*.4tPeilB! ____ K'.\y B.ker ___ Dick Jertena Oreh. a 45 Ma" Called X gefiMtMmal Teara Eddi Cantor _,,- overwhelmingly adopted explicit laws against the Or the treacheries of Communists? Unruffled _ _
: i* I _ _
H-J2 91?* Mere OrtMSa ? rnt. M. Alemaa lo 00 Mntery ef Week Ray He le ____ 1'... ____._ closed -
!! ,Road cf Life N 1110 Si1! Rater -.naukhs,. _.._ Mttodle eketrheTl! 10.30 Dance OrchDsnc, Orch. Story of Music There are no labor statesmen In the United
1:15 Perry J&uoll rerreu Tim. Melodic Sketch 10:45 Dancg Orch. ____ Orda.- ..* ____. Story' cf Music ._ States the case of the union official. Indeed. If these men VERTICAL ... "'. .... : ..1 :.J"' ... i'4 10
1:30 4J News --._.=r-- Musical VartetlM Blest; Serenad .. WOO N... -_hU._ Sports'hracla N,.. ___ nor any Qualified spokesmen for "labor. are actually devoted to labor as a cause they havean ICnaw r "M; rr !,-'If
_1: RoM j>f My: Dream Aflera'n Medltafn __ .q The j i
BletU Berenaeo 11:15: Scores Dance Oreh. Muilcanna very best of the bosses are only union politicians ss :rot
2"?? Jo0"** 1M *o i. __ .Aft mo.. IdlUom Mute 11.3O Due Orch Due Onh. ____ MasicMaU additional obligation to keep wicked men out 2 Nevada city Sf U t... ;
S 18 BoUG..t for You Bmll. Tim M.'. uSSaltS I :4S Dane Orth. ___ floods Oirh.-Kew. Mualeann ____ warily or boldly pitting their thousands of and inform the Among :t'1';
2:30: Winner Tak All Brldo ft Onw Muake Unlimited 13.00-Ness ._ SIn OU _........Bws&aigaozf.? : subjects against other battalions or against the public authorities against crooks IT I n St
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CfTRA n fl RIDASI' t Copeland ParkLand 40 and 8 HoldsInstallation Building Codes I Thursday leans., May 1, 1947 rlarthn !l1 tang &fttttoI Poae -5


j'I'F + Owners Congress To A. E. Slauson city building Inspector I I Rich in Vitamin A! Air Conditioned For Comfort

is a member of the con- I t Chairs
gress' code research committee. I DIXIE Manicurist AII1Irtl Also Rapid Available Susie DO I YOU I II HAVE ADIPSY
Organize Meet Here Other Central Florida men who I EOLA BARBER SHOPA.
hold
office in it are Grady L. Duncan -

Twenty-five residents of the Installation of officers for the The Southern Building Codes. Sanford. trustee and Thomas Orlando's. L.only Dickinson alr-condiuonrd Prop. shop I DOODLE?
Wwtok4o Congress will hold its annual convention L. Boteler. Clearwater. code MARGARINE | I 22 Washington St.
Copeland Park subdivision meet- I 40 and 8. honor society of the
here Nov. 18.20 at the San change committee member.
lr HANLEY rOGUE ing at the San Juan Hotel last ; American Legion was held last ',Juan Hotel Leroy B. Coffman Coffman was assisted by the -
night, organized the CopelandPark i night at a ceremony at the Legion 1 convention committee chairmanof above and by convention committee r11 -

THE QUESTION Property Owners Assn.. for i Home. 1034 Legion Pl. the Central Florida Builders' members. Oliver J. Bailey

I What do you suggest should the purpose of protecting the entire Officers installed Included J. L. Exchange announced yesterday.The Harry Lee Llndsey Walton Mc-
be done to control the atomic area against possible zoning I I organization whose main Jordan and George M. Sipple, in 1 1 9 ITEMS REMAININ
bombt by the City Council of any portionof Burgess chef de gare; Harris Tun- office Is in Birmingham, publishesa obtaining the convention for Or- I
I the area as multiple dwellingor nell. chef de train: Floyd Land, building code applicable to the ; lando. M. L. Clement. Birmingham I
THE ANSWERSJ. commercial sections. 'i conducteur; S. J. Jernigan. corni "16 Southern States. I Is director_of_the congress. OUR
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The meeting was called primarily mis voygeur. A. P. Phillips Jr.. The convention will be the i,
Winter
B. McLeod United bartender.States should I before in protest the against and reuests Zoning no? :'mrdicin; Robert Caton. commis- first that it has held in Florida I Gas Stomach
Park: The Planning and will draw an attendance of on SPRING WAREHOUSE CLEARANCE
keep the secret I Commission to rezone certain salre intendant: Eugene Taylor I more than 200 building officials K.I.ft4 a.5__....d..ol.. .._,bKk
multiple garde de la porte. -...,,_ .
of the atom parts of the subdivision as and others interested in munic- 1r'hMI"-utmnwharMratiM painful '
> that Forrest Kiigore lampiste} A. I tntaur.ln.eka4h rtbure.d.et.w uiullr
I dwelling areas in order D.
bomb and not ipal codes from all over the rrmrrllM th futmt-trfnc mrdMnM kanwn tat
doctors' offices or multiple dwell- Daniels[ garde de prisonnier; A. K.I I .,...._tIfII'PIWf-k-I.w.llk._"_
divulge it to i South. Coffman said. Last year's T.blotlL Nnlat Hfell.btlne.enmkg \n ONE OF A KIND AND CLOSE-OUT ITEMS THAT
aumonier and Cheminots
be erected. Kupfer. ;
ings might
anyone. As long convention was held in New Ori JWj or return bouta to III fordo.bletuooerbeck.2M.
1.
I i i I
I this nation I Officers elected were: Llnton C. C. Benz; Carl Rodenbaugh; Dr. 50
as
continues to take E. Allen president: H. N. Roth I J. A. Ford; T. Q.. Lee and W.A. I MUST GO Reductions up to 70You
rice-president Mrs. Halouk Graham. ------ -- --
the lead in the ; !
f development and Frickrett secretary, and Frank I Additional officers appointed by
Reed treasurer. Burgess and who were confirmed : will
study of the find Living Room Suites
bomb and main- The group went on record as and Installed yesterday are Char- SALE ,
tains superiorityin declaring its desire that the City lie Coffin porrespondant; C. A. Dinettes, Juvenile Furniture Bedding
this field : Council uphold the action of the Boyer avacot. and Francis R. ,
the other nationsof over a I Zoning Commission which on Newton sous conducteur. ,; and Miscellaneous Items.
the world. We x March 16 recommended the area I AUTO SEAT COVERSBUY I

are safe from attack -* be zoned as a restricted residential I BE SURE TO
section. The council approved '
another McLeodwar.
If or we turn the secret over ,I the recommendation but inasmuch r I!: INVESTIGATElit NOW-INSTALLED AT ,
as no public hearing was
to the United Nations Council I
some other nation would in all 'I held the council's .action did not The OUR REDUCED PRICE ..
I become official. l' .
probability use a similar bomb .. RevolutionaryConcrete /
I Roth who presided, said that
against us. :
Allen who was not present would Block Sedan with
.. S-Pass. Coach Sedan Cen. Arm Rest 358
or
committee to TelephoneState
With
appoint a appear the ;
I:. P. Ward restaurant operator ....

Sanford-Orlando atom highwayrile comb tion's before mission wishes.the and council express or zoning the assocIa-com- ROUNDED CORNER FIBER....... ..._ $ 9.95 $14.95 $19.95 St. FURNITURE;! 2268

should be out- Just the Thing
{;
;: : lawed by all of For That New Hume QUALITY MATERIALS-CHOICE OF COLORS
I Good farm dogs merit protte-I p I II WAREHOUSEOne
nations in
the tion against rabies in Holloway Concrete ProductsPlant
: the world and the disease occurs. Vaccinate them Located: Two Blocks Soutk oVL.: KENYON AUTO STORE Z=
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never used as a each year suggests Successful of Underpass on Orlando Are : Block West of Orange Avenue between Robinson and Livingston .
Ii" weapon of war Farming magazine. I WINTER PARK PHONE US R I!I
again. The effectof
the missile !is

too destructive .
.
'. .t and if used in .
,
I ... ;;' ) ,ta another war : \ t. :: : ,
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I sm. w* r could wipe out ';. .,.. ,; ; : "
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Ward civilization en- "' ....",- .." -.
tirely. We should continue to study .. I
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effort to iii't/ .
atomic energy in an

the harness advancement the unknown of civilization power for ; : .:Ll: &**, ( :,/ : .: _' ... '. < _

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but not as a. destructive force. '
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Casselberry: "I believe the bomb ''
should be controlled ( '
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by the J ( .

dentists who ?>. ...- ; '
built it and the "

men In the I .
know-h o w' of

our Government.It O
should certainly .
be out- Ii '
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lawed as a weap-. .
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on of aggresdon. -? .I wtE

but I thinks .
we should. keep it'ifI ; ., ,
as & defense Weaver :.
measure and should not hesitateto ,
use It In the event of attack by -
I, another nation. I would not favor ..:
turning the secret over to any of ,
the United Nations. The United ;'.
States should keep the secret and .
let the rest of the world worry
about it."
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R. D. Williams .sundry store aqdo

owner., Michigan Ave. "I am in .. ..
favor of keepingthe .' ''l -j
secret of the r

bomb and continuing .. .
to devel- -4. ..
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op and improveit : '
for use when i
b M1 ..0arNR.C and if needed. rc t, 4 + .
Let other countries -
discover the

secret as we did. ,
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We should certainly -:
not let I ;.. 'I at.
a -tl. ,._ ,....
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!:&' -.-* them }n on the -
Williams most powerful I .;'); '
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weapon ever discovered. As long :
,;-0\ ;; i,,_ ,
as we know the secret of the -5. .
bomb and the rest of the world ; .
doesnt. we will not have to fear .. : .
another Pearl Harbor. The atom : :: .

bomb is the greatest insurance we f .. f" .. "' tt..a 1"R
have against an attack from Rus :: f .
4aw
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A. C. Schmidt druggist Kis- .
slmmee: 'The secret of the bomb I : .
should remainin
the possession .
I .
of this country 4 ).. ,
I but the United AK '


determine Nations should the i ( ; t.ft. t. : ; .; '
I future use of it '" .
as a war. weapon.I .
;
V think the world ;

is going to have .
to their faith I '
put 4we i' "
h
In the United : / .J'
Nations clan if !, .X43 ; ::

are (o--havc Schmidt .: .
any sort of lasting peace. This nation -
I has reached a point where it .? 4,
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cannot practice isolationism. We : 't. '. :.. .,:, .
have to help police: the world and { : :
if we surrender the use of the ,
bomb to the regulations set by the "i\ "
council of the UN it would give .
:
I the world more confidence. ""ft\.C"1 QkcL& IUy.lt

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1 Following Mr. Truman's appeal to the Nation to lower prices,

FearsTruman Sears responds with continued reductions "in merchandise.

,Europe Here are storewide values quality at low prices. backed jAyt: CNij)

, : Wallace Plan, C with refunded.Sears policy- of satisfaction guaranteed_ or your money I; i ,:

Says ; t
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.Wallace NSW declared YORK In LAP a)radio Henry(CBS A.) ,. : -' -.':;"> ... ;'::'".., -. 't 1Ji.: / U.U", .is', t(ti Q"w. rJl \ IAt. tl\t4\ -< '>; '...* !:.* .:*4juaijK '. *!.it b.I :

speech yesterday that European "l. .<}.. 'k"o". .;.. '_" ... : I
peoples with whom he talked on :- '
'f ,
his recent tour greeted the Truman :;. ,', .:., ...'" .1.
doctrine "with fear because ( 1' .
they regard It aa a step leading : .
'
,toward war." f- "
Reporting on Ms trip In the first TWO .
",
of a series of talks which will take
Mm to the Pacific Coast the TONEDLOAFER TIMELY FROCKS
former Vice-President said Euro- -1
peans look to the United Statesas COATS
the only Ration which can A
supply capital and goods needed IN SUMMER STYLES .,/
for rehabilitation but they do not (: .:2 l
want to help through the Tru-

man"The doctrine.program provides mfli- / 100%'Wool [Made to Sell For I
8.95. 6.00i.
'tary governments.equipment he for said European"What As Much As 8.98 '. s I I

rood is military equipment to "
them? Comfortable, easy-fitting loafer coats in 100% lightweight \
"Denmark wants American tractors 1 wool. Neat check patterns In combinations of
Think of dresses and all
to reorganize its agriculture. i saving money on new wear now summer -
tan or blue. Sizes 34 to 44.
I
want American -
Sweden and Norway _
coal to start their industries _lT 1 long. Plenty of frilly and classic styles included! Pretty prints,
again. France and Britain want t
American machinery to modernize white and dark colors. Smart and / "
their plants. They are offered 't :; :-- STRIPED DRESS pastels, crepss jerseys and If

"Everywhere tanks and guns I had instead.to defend butcher: linens. Sizes for juniors and misses. Also women's regular ,

America against growing bitter- .
ness.Wallace" now editor of the New SHIRTSRegularly ( '

Republic magazine! said "conserv- 1Ze kj' j
ati/e American newspapermen told 1
fyy Y
me that America will use economic 3.98 2.99Dress .
pressure: to drive the Communists 111
e
the largest French political party jt
out of the government and will 1 shirts in selections of soft
give full support to De Gaulle. toned, colored stripes. Fine qual- //4// / i;: YARDS AND YARDS S
"If this Is true then I say that ity cotton-pre-shrunk and color : ,
we are toying with a policy that lit 111 fast. Sizes''14 to 17. Also assorted i r:; ; .
may lead to bloodshed."A sport shirts in plaids or plains; ; ; OF FASHION .
world sharply divided into 2.19. %
two parts is a world threatened by
war. I blame Russia. Britain. t
America and all Nations for this COTTON PRINTS N
division. But America today is
helping to force this division instead .
of working for peace." 36 In. Wide 49c yd.

-I!Time aaroat.Weiinana : \\ SEMI DRESS PANTS ie/ Pretty summer prints In washable summer
Irt weight cotton so cool and easy to launder.
Use Sears They're hot weather favorites.
PLEATED FRONTEasyPaymentPlan

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,:COIT LOWER LOANS On Purchases of. Siz se29 to 42' 4.29 Regularly 1.00 89c yd.

''IMtaIlft' Lees e..t. Flow 1 10.00 or More! Cotton gabardine washable. semi-drees 38 in. wide light weight spun rayon in bright
FIKST NATIONAL BANK 4th
In blue dark tan. Made of
I pants or pre- new. summer patterns. So inexpensive yon can
shrunk heavy twist. cotton. Sizes 29 1 hare several styles
TERMITE CONTROL I I to 42.

PASTEL SHANTUNG

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Walker Chemical & I Regularly 129 1 1.19 yd. :,

Exterminating Co. I "' 39 in. wide shantung summer cool weight
and washable. In a selection of stripes dots and
STRIPED
Tel. 4680 floral prints.

3219 Cloy Struct I PAJAMAS ,

OTHER Orlando.OFFICES Flo.: !: l isr KERRYBROOKE HANDBAGS

Lakeland and Daytona Beach \ Regularly 4.98 4.44 pair i

6.00 f
WHEN { w Light weight striped broadcloth pajamas. Button Genuine Goatskin PLUS TAX ,

N front coat style with draw string waist-available 1 So practical-yet so good looking. Genuine, long wearing !1
WILL YOU BE SUED? 'I I'I in a selection of washable colors. Sizes A. B, C. D. goatskin in the favorite under-arm rip top style. Other seI4 I : Z h
'I lections; 5.00 and 4.00 plus tax.
See us forComprehensive ;
Personal 1 j

Liability SPECIAL' I !
$10,000 for $10.00
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$50,000 SIM.OOe for for $$13.50)'tin .. SAVINGS UP TO 50%

Hall. Bros. Agency j jbZ c/ $ Assorted styles In smart handbags. Pastel colors fabric selections .'. "'.*'' f'
lit N. Orange TeL 5189 drastically reduced. From .49 to 5.99 plus tax. ..
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BLUE.DENIM BLUE CHAMBRAYOVERAL
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SEPTIC TANKS .

BUILT REPAIREDThe -INSTALLED S -- I WORK SHIRTS I ROYAL PURPLE
use of strong. Ire or acids -
In your plumbing system is '
detrimental to the septic tank. NYLON HOSE
Approved by Stale 2.89 1.69
Board el Health
Regularly 3.49 --1 Regularly 1.98 t
PLUMBING REPAIRSBy .
Licensed Plumber :'r Regularly 1.55 1.39Full
Y :
401 W. Concord Phone 4766 Men's bib-style overalls of 8 oz. San Hercules work shirt of heavy Quality,
a.
I am a member of American forized cotton. Heavily reinforced long wearing, blue chambray. Sanfor fashioned. 45 gauge, nylon hosiery In sun-
Society of Sanitary Engineers: seams for extra strength will stand
bed and with reinforced Also
seams. ""'" tone shades. Sizes 8'/2 to lOVi. Also Royal Purple
Glenn !I. Holliday constant wear and laundering. Sizes canvas work gloves regularly .39; now 51 gauge full fashioned nylon hose.Regularly 1.85
38 to 50. Also painters' overalls of .29.
heavy white duck. Regularly 3.49: ., now 1.59. Sizes 8'/j to lOVi.

REPAIR now 2.89.

REROOF

REPAINT I :; PANTY GIRDLE
GIRDLE

53S: Modernize How I 4 ':: s.:.Z:!.;.. '. '
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38 Month to Pay. 1 ,
SM tif. ,,e arrange all detail 1. .R
3ft Interest No Mortgage I 3.98
r"'1 Regularly 4.98 and 5.98
Wilson Leonard BOYS' ALL WOOL4 '
+ Assorted styles and broken sizes in satin -
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Hardware Aw
I lastex girdle and panty girdle with
42 W. Central Ph. 2-21S7' BATHINGTRUNKS '
-) side openlnq. Similar to illustration -
[S.. ow Classified Ado] 't"' they're small, medium

I 1.98 ... .... ,' y.. and large. -

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SEAT COVERS Belted,. all wool bathing trunks .In assorted ,1 '
colors. Also Pilgrim print gabardine, boxer style
S High Grade Materials t trunks. Sizes 8 to 16; 2.89.BOYS'. + CHARMODE

Your Choice of Colors .
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1ft 101 N. Alain St. TeL 9782 r ,
ii BIB PANTS 4do
"Steam Cleaning. SimonlzLng : -
and Vnd rroatlnc- : 2.98
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Sizes
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::t.:. Sizes 2 to 6
!May 6 -. Deadline! I A;- .
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: support was
F ::4F ; A This practical panty-type
To Save $50.00 = Heavy cotton seersucker bib pants designed for YILL' to suit the needs of active women. Proper boning supportsthe
ON OCR I rough wear. Two pocket style. Sanforized. 1 back and abdomen. Elastic side sections provide free
"BUTANE"SPECIAL dom. Closes with hook and eyes. Soft crotch Is detachable.
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STORE HOURS I -

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d fE5TIVA 9:00: A. M. to 5:30: P. M. WEEK DAYS

r Of Lumber
Deal
9:00: A. M. to 6:00: P. M. SATURDAYS A4EBUKANpLQ i

WASHINGTON TAP] An official

_________m_ of the Garsson Munitions combine

.,.._ ,. I told a Federal Court jury yesterday -
INNERSPRING MATTRESS UTILITY METALS i that his company advanced

130,000 to Andrew J. May's Kentucky -
!I .
CABINETFive I lumber firm for lumber it


, AND BOX SPRINGRegularly Adjustable Shelves a- I I never gressman May received.former and wartime Democratic Chairman Con-


q of the House Military Affairs
79.95 S, I Committee Is on trial on chargesof
;a 27.95Roomy defrauding the Government.His .
., co-defendants are Dr. Henry
i
and Murray Garsson brothers
;? two door size with 5 1 I who founded the $78 million mid-
I West armament business and
5988 adjustable shelf spaces will I their Washington "contact man."
accommodate a greater variety Joseph F. Freeman.

z + i of staples and kitchen- 5 PC. Dinette Set Harry S. Click, of Chicago
assistant treasurer of the Erie
t. ware. Made ef all steel finIshed
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Basin Metal Products Co. a
i in white baked-on Reg. 65.95 62.88 I "key" firm in the Garsson network -
told of the advance
> $30,000
\ ; Y, enamel. Non-snag corner construction
I to the Cumberland Lumber
Strong tubular aluminum frame
Ever float on a cloud? This fluffy tingle door size, and with legs.2 extension Durable leaves plastic at sides.table i, Co questioning. of Whitesbnrr.by Government Ky. under -
2295. Red and white.
innerspring mattress and box : attorneys.He .
: 5 i also Identified a check for
spring is an unheard of value at 2-PIECE LIVING ROOM SUITE : 3156.47 made payable by his
I company to the lumber concern.
this Of finest construction : He said It was endorsed. "Cum
price.
I II berland' Lumber Co. by.'-. J, May

*,. with heavy quality ticking this is the Regularly 198.50 12988One I charged The indictment that he accepted against$53,000 May

from the Garssons for using his
jr mattress and box spring set to give you years of the most remarkable values of the year! These beautiful, solid influence in Congress to get favors -

construction living room suites will give of service and I for then during the war. The
\ of service and sleeping comfort. you years beauty. Government is seeking to prove
I
Selection of tapestries.
that the lumber company up as a "fornf to cover various
payments' to May. The defense.
contends that May acted solely as
'fiscal agent" for the firm.
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a match or contrast with your bath- i 1111 t

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Venetian Blinds Tailored Pairs Cottage SetsColored Gay Kitch"nware Copper TeakettleReg. Carpet SweeperReg. tOo Winter Dial Garden 6894 Road]


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Trim .J7 pre Step on 5.89
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M to. an steel Venetian blinds. Woven figure marquisette-hem.
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cleuslab. Also white PrlscilU curtains: from bread box, 129 Cannutcr set. kettle Wide lipped cover can t falloff surface Fingertip lever opens past Expert record changer service work
Flexible.; easy-to-
: superior quality, absorbent cotton. S.Z3 to f.7>. windows. With bine. green or red :. Cake tray He. Waste when pouring Easily filled for cleaning. Rubber bumper all guaranteed Pickup and Deliver.
figure. Washable.Bench. basket 49e.t through spout. Wood grip. round.
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i I, .DII e.t Circulation In Oar History'

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r i sr ANAluminum iJIL16Pc. "first la futwe
lit Reed Alter Between
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Fluorescent Unit Armored Cable Electric Hot Plate Vise Hand Drill Socket Set Mechanic's Tool Box

21.95 19.50 Double Bushed 1 11 1 c ft. 3.29 Value 2.98 WASHING MACHINE
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Of) (J'/ -J'( r Page 8 (rtat&n fflorntaj JSmttarl Thursday, May 1 1,1947 1.


Bill NicholsonBreaks 1 1i Boston
By BOB HAYES WhipsNewhouser

White Sox Capture 5-2 Chandler Puts i Giants Shove

PICKING UP ODDS-AND-ENDS; Ray Paschall, who is .

the go-between in the Orlando-Pittsburgh Pirates Spring i up Game I II II Cards Deeper I


training camp deal, says definite word from the Buccos on Victory From Washington MacPhail On ,

: their 1948 Spring training plans is expected by this week- I Into Cellar


1, end. Whether_ the Pirates come here or not, City Engr. I With Homer CHICAGO [AP] Outfielder Bob Kennedy proved I I NEW YORK LAP] The New f'' Detroit 7-1

Pat Herndon's crew is going right ahead with the building of a new Pitcher Johnny Rigney's good little helper yesterday the ,
as. : Carpet TodayCINCINNATI : York Giants shoved the world

ball diamond South of the stadium. The St. Augustine Saints. I BROOKLYN APJ Bill Nichol- Chicago White Sox defeated the WashingtonNationals, 5-2, champion St. Louis Cardinals DETROIT API Getting classy

astride the Florida State League heap in yesterday's standings are son's two run homer in the ninth in the only game of the series. I deeper into the National League's four-hit pitching from their rookie

setting a blistering attendance pace for the league. A total of 9.100 ,I inning that bounced among the Kennedy punched out two doubles to drive in three runs I A P ] Seldom cellar yesterday by coming from southpaw Mel Parnell the Boston

paid their way into the Saints' first, six home games. an average of I cars in a parking lot some 400 I! and scored another himself a$ ----t silent ball Commissioner Larry MacPhail A. B.and Chandler Base- behind with two runs in the ninth I Red Sox won their first game in

tetter than 1,500 and 1.660 better than the first six contests feet from home plate gave Rookie Rigney/ posted his second triumphThe I'' five starts yesterday, chasing Hal
per game Senators bagged eleven hits have a question-answer period on inning to chalk up a 4-3 triumphover '

last year.D. Doyle Lade and the Chicago Cubs with Mickey Vernon and Buddy l Muddy Track tap today and the confab may the hapless Red Birds. defeat Newhouser with to his 11-hit! third straight

I a tight 3-1 victory yesterday that Lewis getting three hits apiece. cause far-reaching reverberationsin Sid Gordon ,drove in the tying 'I an assault that
P. Elselsteln. the local mortician landed a 126VS pound beat the Detroit Tigers 7 to 1.
I snapped Brooklyn's six game win Vernon batted in both of Wash- : May GreetDerbyField the top brackets of the national and winning runs by doubling off While Parnell

white martin to win a $25 Savings Bon prize in the Metropolitan streak. ington's runs. His second single i pastime. relief hurler Ted 31 batsmen in was facing only

Miami Fishing Tournament Ky Laffoon, one of the nation's top I The burly Cub slugger had been scored Lewis in the sixth. Vernon's I The red-haired prexy of the New Wilks with two \ major league'triumph achieving his first

unable to lift any of Ralph Bran- number 3 safety sent Joe Grace York Yankees, who would rather out to hand the .1 I

golf pros left yesterday after several days visit to make the Summer ca's pitches out I home in the eighth. Before his talk than listen is accused of Cards their sev- Boston another rookie, I

tournament Iwln, . Estes McBryde Daytona Beach second. of the infield spurt against Rigney, Vernon. last LOUISVILLE IAPJ Enough rain violating the nottoohappyChandler's enth straight setback i rightfielder Sam

sacker lift year, Is with Brooklyn's Mobile Bears. Coxswain I til he un-I year's American league batting fell on Churchill Downs yesterdayto I hands in the edict of silence for all [ Mele. took a

for his t h 1 champion had posted only one water all the bourbon in Kentucky controversy which The Red Birds major role in
Bobbie E. Cobia of WIldwood is a heavyweight boxer on the enlisted led to the April 9
suspension for began as though
home of the
run 'hit in 22 times at bat. and all the harried horse- / making it ,
easy
men' boxing team at the Naval Academy. Harold E. year after Bob players broke out their form' the 1947 season of Leo (The Up : they were goingto for him.
4 I Chicago scored all its runs off Durocher. manager of the Brooklyn forget their
Register former OilS athlete, a freshman at Wesleyan U.. has won Scheffing singled starter Bobo Newsom. who was sheets to find the fellows who are : Dodgers. losing habits. Mele batted in I
with two out in their mudders' favorite sons inSaturday's
I class numerals in wrestling.,. the ninth. batted to cover after four and I Red Schoendi- four runs with a
Kentucky Derby. MaePhail left no doubt
*;. yesterday I triple and two
Nicholson. who one-third innings. I They discovered that while I that he had ignored the enst and Stan singles; and Ted

had struck a telling Mickey Haefner and Luman Phalanx the big horse in the big commissioner's warning as he Mudal: belted Williams and Ed
'J State High School Tennis Tournament will be staged at Rollins blow the Harris finished for Newsom. r I starter Bill Voi-
at
up heat doesn't mind it a bit wet told New York newsmen I repeat ------- : Pellagrini, subbing \
starting May 15 . State High School Golf Tournament will be Dodgers' '46 flag WAINI.ON .eACMICA/ :: eA) dry or lemonade, the one who what I said last week In selle for homers at shortstop'
sb P 5 5 5 F N S S I
Gordon in the first inning -
played here at Dubsdread. starting May 14. The 140-pound tarpon hopes with a C..1f I 1 1 I ,B..I" I' I I 1 really is overjoyed when it comes l'ewark-that so far as any evidence while Johnny Mele
Nicholson grand slam ....1...' 4 1 I 1 SAppling.s. 4 t 1 I I up mud is the Cosmetics Kid. Jet!' developed at the Sarasota but the Giants pecked awayat 1
hom-I Pesky is out with each had
R. Pounds of Orlando at San Marco is still "_.., 4S2SSPb1lIxf 32125 a cold
caught by Mrs. Gladys I er last September was v..s.is 1 C Sinsndy.t 5 Pilot owned by lipstick princess and'St.. Petersburg hearings big Red Munger and drove him three singles.

tops in the annual George Ruppert Fishing Tournament. Rollins sponsible for their first home defeat I I Trt..Ib : : 1 I IiWrlgM.lf, : : : : 5Priddb Elizabeth .Arden Graham. there was nothing to justify even to cover in the -ninth after he Bobby Doerr regular Red Sox

is hot after one of the nation's leading junior tennis players with an I after eight successive Ebbets I I(. : : ; ; 3MIflnsIs.b 4E.lI..1b; : : : 1 1 ; 4 1hritss.IS As for Faultless whose derby I i a five-minute suspension of retired the first two batters. second baseman missed the game
Willard Marshall drew Mun-
Field triumphs. r....... 4 S S I J t'irk.y.. 2 S I 4 I'ow Durocher." with elbow suffered
eye cocked toward a national championship men's tennis team. Lade. a speedy right hander :\ _.. ISSlISIgitryp 15553Nutusp trial win moved him up close ger's ninth walk to start theGiants' an injury
S S S S .1 behind Phalanx as the ones to Chandler, shown a copy of Mac- earlier in the afternoon when he
Over 20 high school seniors had tryout grid drills at Rollins last Friday from Fairbury. Nebraska who .",." I. S S SI' beat in this 73rd run for the | Phail's latest statements merely winning rally and Lloyd was struck by a practice pitch of
I Gearhart for him. Walker
Naffls.p 555521baob.ctus ran
hurled six shutouts while
winning
afternoon. Jack McDowall has already looked at some 75 high 1 S S I IIT.451U 1 roses, he's as unknown a quantity I clamped his jaw a little tighter I Cooper then singled Gearhart to teammate Joe Dobson.
12 for Shreveport in the Texas
"
: school seniors and plans to look at a few more at a date to be desig- League last year thus earned his UIUUi \ Tst.ls $11112712 as ice In a hot oven. I and MacPhail murmured told"no the comment.New York I third and ,was replaced on the OITCN 55,55.1! (CA) I, DETROIT skPkss CA)

a-lIl. .I fIW R..,... t. 515 basepaths by Al White. Gordon .. .
first verdict of the season with a Between races yesterday afternoon P.llag'l.a 313117-ak. 1 t
nated in June. 1r-l11. IOtt I.. R.T.1 1. "II.Wub" newsmen yesterday that "sooneror
neat four-hit effort. He had been .... ____ "I 51chie.sS $-! the California plumber's 'followed with his game winning IuuIL2S 31551K.tI.3b 45111
Anblne Batts of Orlando and Tire Minor of Ocoee will be two of I later baseball will have to define WIlIiima.If' I I I I 5VsIl'bs.Ib' I S S I 1
__ 1" U' 1E. drive.
flattened by Cincinnati in his horse. On Trust, brought out his DIM .
gla.ef 4 I I I S'WakHIll.If 4 1 1 I IT..l.
.... .. the of the commis
the four umpires in the Group Five Baseball Tournament starting at : only other start. :Wright... Y.aUIII... I.11.11'T.III.bus: kuud bits: ,1n.Old 2.Dfrk.y .. tools for his final derby preview. sioner. Since powers Chandler took office I ST. LOUIS (N) I NEW YOlK
CHICAGO (cr >)> I BROOKLYN' (N) I. Trs.is. II.. ".... ".n: .,. Liberty Road and Master Mind ,...' ', .brSSi i 55,555 _.".... .
Orlando's veteran
Leesburg today. Freddie Swindells, popular there already have been threeor t.11 S 1 I t tBlattncrb S t t STotiii 4 % I I JIWthll.1I
.. -I. 1'- 1Ilfka: al. iSubi. pl.y: 1
b1NIs "" .brh.sLo.rey.Sb the late arrivals from the Brook- w.lk..." I S S I SI,Rlgyi5ss S S I I 5 P...... I' 1 I 1"I"
I" I145tankyb 40513 I'riddy ('1'.1..... and y..... '..,L.. bins: four instances where he came ..!II
Is to locate for 1.1..1.. ... "' 55515
right-hander, desperately trying an apartment, his 1 I" 5 1 5Tb.sns.tf I' S I 5 P. ., 45 .
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; .. meade Stable of Mrs. Isabel Dodge
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Wiltkui.lk 4 I 111 Robluan.lk I N S 4 5 .IIln.' I. (51s B. ss ball Into disagrement with the league. ))1..1.1. 4 I 1 I SMlas.Il: 4 1. S 3tmnh'r.rf .TeSIsti... 15555'Kubautu.p
family. Buster Klnard. former Palatka fence-buster. Is piloting par.. ...." 4 I S I .'R.l....cf 4 S I I I I. H.e'.r I, H.rrll I. IItrlktt: !\ .._ Sloane of Upperville Va., who "' I 5 1 I SM.nb.II.rf I 1 1" 1 I S 1 IH.su.snp
'" ( ...r'u.lfMmlH 4 1 I 1 "w.lk".rf 'I. I S 1. .1...,. His: alf Sow_ I 1. 4 1-1 1..i.g.; and the points haven't been set- ...,.','I.SII 4 5 .' I 1 oG.nloo" S I I S S ( ( ( ( STel.
the Moultrie Packers In the Georgia-Florida League. The Or- 0eh.ffIg.s" 4 1 I I I Htr-tMkl.lt. S I I 4 S H..,..., 1 I. 1 !r31 H.rrI. 2 I. I. I.-I. .lIr"- took home the roses with Cavalcade tled yet." IIiI".If I" S 1 Sl's.ti.r.. 4 S 2 f 5 ------1 -_ _
NI.o&'a.fILISI:4..MLu 15151 ..tuns.. {'.pl...: Burw. Thai, Hu.107 13 years ago also were sup- )1......... 3 5 J 1 1 IWItIs' 5 I S I Silir .). n 1111(1 Tetil 2114271
lando Senators have about as much chance getting Ike Scone .restored J.N..2b 4 S I I 5i.i.,2b, S I I I SI : .... ?...... .. Tins: 1:>>' .&n__: '.1:1, posed to work out. but Trainer Setting the stage for a rugged ..1...... 4 S S 4 1 ....._.11 4 S 2 1 I *-popped for Wrbk In lib
,. ,.>..ML I I 1 45...... 3 1 1 I battle today. MacPhail said that Iu..?.' 3IlSSksvv.ai 25525 Baia -. MM '| MS-T
to eligibility this season as a snowball has in you-know- 'de... 3IS23Kisi.a.p I' I Preston Burch decided late in the neither in Chandler's contractnor "'.11....... SSSSSrTss.g 15555L.Ir5.3b etmlt Sal !" a**_!
[mn: none RUM killed In-: T..... Mela 4,
.1 day to wait until today. ) 5 5 S 5 I
where. Zlnn Beck., general manager of the Chattanooga Look- TeUta M I I XT IT) Toull M 1 4U : in the rules of procedure "Is IY'.I..II.., 5 S 5 5 5iIatste Panee. 1f1Jl1.'.. E.,.. TIt_ ku Ml.: M.I.
_. Pirates BlastPhillies ......
01. ttt 1M Ml- i Generally it was figured that 15555 *ik field. Rlalea : Kell.: CullnMne Dowfil
outs Washington scouts says at least 200 young players are expected Brooklyn. ____ __. Ml (*( __ Gooey Going at least would do no i there anything which says that A'..... S. S S S S Pl.r.: P. ltcrlxl. Partee and Tort.; Pellurinl.
Fr,,,,. Mm. turn banes' In: BnVa. Chandler or any succeeding commissioner IbLasb.rdI ,1 5 5 S S Gutterldf* and Tub.; 'h.. Webb' ind Callanbin.
for Washington Baseball School next Spring. A site Irhe_ f. Tw .....' III..: II....... harm to Stepfather On Trust. i is empowered to suspend tBud.Ith.P. 1 5 5 IolOI' 2 lft en been: Bootoa (. DrtnH. Bate en ball*!
HOM nm: Ntekoleen. rwable nUn: 5... Riskolater Bullet Proof and Cosmic ) 15555 off P..... S. Newkov.1-, Bonttem.n 1. .ut....-
for the ichool has not been selected yet. .ml Boblnm I; gunky. Keen and ,kheffl..1 \ a man without advising the Trlnkl.., C ewr,: by Pirnell I. 1..hiair C. Bit: eff 1(...
Johtuon. Meralla and Viltkui. Left 1U Bomb as well as Jet Pilot and clubowners of the precise charges bonier 1( In S I-I InnIngs: Romanian 1 U S-S.
I IChlcifo 4. Breoklyi l. BUM m balls: Phalanx. All of them have run against him. Neither is there I iJTTi.TaTot.l.!; 14 4 ii21 11 Wild' pilch.: >...II u.... Lmlnt pitcher: K...
Eppa: Rlxey Jr., ton of the former major league hurling star. I Branet 1. Strike. MIU: Lad I. Bruva I. Wild in the mud or slop at one time or I_,.* .ut .....) oiniilni ran .nd. buuLsntrm. 51,0...... MfKUiler Grtera
i I licit: Branca. (.,INt: GOT*. F1n.lll and B.,- anything in. writing which em- I t-filed out for ValMlJt In :2nd.k I and loan. Tin: 1 }I. Lt.54.u17.03.: .
pitches for Kenyon College in Ohio. Stanley Harris Jr.. son of llek. Tin: 1:4L .&It_.....: 15.1.8 old. PHILADELPHIA [APJ The another without having to carryan powers a commissioner to impose -flld oat for. *5.n In Ird. I

Buck Harris the Yankee pilot. Is playing ball with the Fort Belvoir Pittsburgh Pirates unlimbered' umbrella and experience in silence on the parties to a hearing.as r-lined vat for Krrr I. .Jib.I .
I 4-foulH nrt fur Badiwk I* Ita.tut George
Va. Army nine. The Tinker Field grandstand telephone number their bats against Tommy Hughes'I this sort of thing is as good asa Chandler did in his recent de- 1. 51.5 La,. )1..11. I. 515..r.s Superman ,

benefit of fans who'd like to inquire about j Browns I professor's degree.On ,-. V., Cup.. Is P.S..
Is 9260 this for the ToppleYankees.155 and Blix cision.
year Donnelly yesterday sock- the'other hand knew i l..: __ __ 251 III 055-3 Head Mat
Card
tickets and games. The current issue of the bang-up sports magazine. ed them for 15 hits Including no one j The commissioner has observedhis I I :New lerk 01150502-4 I I
a thing about how W. L. Sickle. ban conversation Krror: 81.'..... Run batted ,.: Mnendlenit.Mmlal (
Kluttz's
Sports. carries an interesting article about players in the All- Clyde first home run of own on regarding -
I Liberty Road. Faultless. Master I !. ...r.t.. Sire Gordmi !. Tee k>i. kill: I Tom George. a rough and tumble.
who will here the season and defeated the Phil- the Durocher incident so ........
American Girls Baseball League play two games May Mind or Star Reward would go in Mlia. r. Home ram: RrnoendleMt. MnlaL matman. will meet hooded, op-
11 and 13. adelphia Phillies. 11 to 4. no one knows just what he's goingto I 11t'"I.. bu.: Oesssdlnst. 11s.bl.. plus. : Ku-v. i *
ponent in the
Superman seml-
Frank Gustine who has hit in the goo. ask the voluble redhead. ': 5I.tliiuand Mice: Kyrawikl.. IM....m1l_ and
Florida's 26 other Class A high schools will be hot after breakingthe 12 i! As for the other expected entryin I Mml.l. l.oft.. bare: ft. Leal 1. New Tub ;i I final exhibition of the weekly
consecutive led the attack
stranglehold Robert E. Lee of Jacksonville holds on the State games the field-Double Jayafterhis 113. S._ as kailrff :Mvnaer. Telerll. 1. I wrestling program at the Legion
I '
with four singles. Kluttz I A.era 1. Budnlrk atrikenM.I by Te4 .lle I.
track championship. The Lee tracksters are unbeaten in 35 consecutive ST. LOUIS rAP] Banging out { was close behind with a single. dismal showing in Tuesday's A'er. 1. lunrr S. Budnlrk. S. Trlnkl' ,. Hit: j i Arena tomorrow at 8:30: p.m.

meets and they'll be seeking their fifth State title. four home runs including one trial, the general opinion was Red-Hot Braves off Volwlle I In S II...; eff Munter ,. 1 i Al Massey, a scientific performer -
triple and home that drove in .
with the bases loaded by Jeff run I' > 1: off A, 1 In 1: sIT ""PaIlS 1 I. 5: elf and Rock Harbin heavyweight
nothing could short of a
him
Paul OTVell's OHS Tiger trackmen rate as the strongest threats to i four tallies. help I "Irk 1 I. t; elf Trinkle 1 I. 1. WIasI.jpIIh.r I
Heath in the first Inning the St. I a motor tune-up. I I I : TrieS).. ....1..< pIleS..' SluguIs.. vlllian. meet in the feature
Leo's track supremacy. Cal Ermer now with Charlotte. Is the I Louis Browns waltzed to a 15-5 Hugh Mulcahy was the victimof I pIt's: Gae.. ('_!1.. .IId ........ Tins; J.K. event over the one-hour time

'only former Orlando Senator to hold a league record. Ills .968 fielding I victory over the New York Yan- his own team's failures and Reds I A't..lains: 11.015 limit distance.

: mark list year Is tops for second! sacken kees yesterday. Phil hits. He was knocked out Trounce
in the fifth when the Phils took a RollinslarsCopFourth
i
The Brownies cuffed starter
4-1 lead but the Bucs II I Baseball's SixBy II
quickly erased Big
Allie
Reynolds and five relief
I this as Elmer Singleton and i Straight BOSTON [APJ Clubbin Cincinnati
hurlers for 14 blows
while
Den-
Laraine Day Unveils Real Love ny Galehouse and Fred Sanford Ernie Bonham held the Jays in I pitching for 15 hits the [ Associated Pr-ss] I

check. Collegiate VictoryThe Boston Braves yesterday sub- Three leaders In each )r..fue) I
limited the
Yanks to five
safeties
PITTlaUIIIM PHILADELPHIA i I merged the Reds 10-3 for their Ia".r-C.u.. S ak r h Pet. I
e.) I (N)
in Tearful isciuding a roundtrlpper by Lewi. Senators S 31 2 14 .4S2: I
551555
Triangle TestimonyHOLLYWOOD I 55,5.5 Rollins Tars scored their sixth victory in seven home games. .
Lltwhilrr. Braves T 23I 10 .
Georce McQuinn that climaxed r..... 1 I I I ( LaPolm*... 4 1 S I 2H..I. .433Gustlne :
.. fourth Johnny Sain struck out 10 Pirate __ 13 54 13 23 .'211
a four-run third Inning New 4 S 1 1 lWyroatrkcfBuuaU.rf | 4 1 2 I 55u15.kiSII1SIKU..I5 straight collegiate victory, ;i I Walker. Dodteri __ 11
3R 10 IS .421
UP Film star Laraine unveiled : $1171 and their second win Stetsonin Rhinelanders and gave up but six u
[ ] Day a York rally.Reynolds I' 1 J NarUMTrf: 'I 1 I Str..bg.Ib over I, RInks: Athletic _u_ 9 3tI 14 .412
I ( 4 1 111 1, I as many tries at Harper-Shep- hits as he registered his second Dimmer. Browns 11 43 7 18 .372
t real life love triangle in court yesterday involving her ex- I who in his previous 51 4 5 .Eimla.lfI.Tabur.lk. I.4 5 S 1 1 I 1 IGu.tlns.lb herd Field yesterday when win. |I Run Ratted in
husband Hendricks and Baseball Leo Duro- two innings. had shutout WashIngton KlMT.lt 41lSP.nsi.i.-b.. 45171 they I National 'k.saqu. I American Lsau5wslkr.
: Ray Manager I .iliki.rf" ( 4 1 1 I II-| ...: I 1 2 1 3KhSl. I wrested a 9-6 decision from Stetson's One of the blows off Johnnywas Dodgers 12'leller.' V.nk... 10

cher, that rivaled the movies' best domestic problems I I cover in and the Boston third was when driven Vern to ... $321rFI.n.y' 15555MsIsshy.p I Hatters in a freak two hour a home run into the right Mile. .GiantS Redt 12 12William York. Red. Red Sox Sol 10G.I.n. 9
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'and 25 minute struggle. field "jury bos' bleachers by Mar.55....
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scenarios. Stephens and Walt InclMwi.aiaKalktld( I S S S ItonmllT.P, I S S S S ,
Tearfully she portrayed Hen hours. I just can't take IL' Judnich blasted 1 1Ir1t.. p 55515 Clyde Stevens who pitched a Grady Hatton in the first Inning National; te.a,... j t American League.
round trippers, Mlf. OUnts 7'Judnlch. Browns 3
Judnich i
ended
ducks as a drunkard. so unreliable' M '1 told you last December I no the Brownie scoring SKiS..p SSSSIdGtIb.rt 1..1 I 15155Huthi three-hitter against Southern College which also scored Bob Miller Rcdfr 9'Cullrnbln*. Titers 3
longer was in love with and spree by Tuesday took the Adams who had scratched an Six plajtr tied ''Sewey. Indians 3wIth.
that she could no longer live with I you smashing his ----- ----- over as 1
second 3IKeller.
homer Yankee
of the Totala 4111 1( V 111! Toull If' I JI1( 3Willis.
at that time pleaded for third Tar in I Infield sinrle.
you the .
him. And when the told him she game in the eighth inning. -lint-lad for SlnilatM In (In.b pitcher) eighth { .. Red 801 3York.
was through he asked if there another chance? -ran for Kalkald. In (in.fllad and saved the KVne for Jim Cavello. Earl Torgeson rookie first ( Red Bell 3

was another man in her life. She "1 couldn't go on with him NEW YOlK.bh..I.. (A) I, IT. Louis... .IA") .- oat for Vnban. ,. ttk, second Rollms pitcher to appear I sacker socked his second home
drunk all the time his slziit. ii .J 1 J 4 fllflln.Zb --11104 for Orb. I. tin. in the fracas. of the when he sent COLLEGE BASEBALLLafayette
named Durocher as her ideal man. I "calUng 4 I I S I Pliiiburtk S.. (14 (3S--11 i i I run season 1. Sw.rthmor. e.
boss that he was sick when he was )B..a 1 I I 112arl1l.rf: 4 1 1 I II'Qulnn.11I Pblladalphla. ._V_ (N (4* 505.- ''the first pitch to him off Clay VMS 14. Davidson 10.
1 I i
That episode was followed by sleeping it off." I IIM', .." S I I I 1 II0t.b.i'.M R..III.I' I I'I I 4 S I S5.11ff.l I Ir.: ....: KI, ,,".. 1IdI..... Bum fcatifd In: La A three run third inning at I Lambert into the right field Con"ectieut'l1. M.... State. I.Purdue .
an even more dramatic one as 44 S S I ',\\"In..ll1' S S S 1 Palm 1. Wynst,5 1. Eitni 2. Bonbam 1. RuwrllU the expense of Ed Miller Stetson 10. Eau Claire *
Tin I him. sixth. also .
I brpke/ told 1 can'tgive pavilion in the Torgy Beaten College 10. Brown 4.Army
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Ballmkl
-a.rf S S I "1Ju4.frh.f" 4 1 t 4 S 1 Balk.ld 1. Klvltl 4. f l 1. Kliwr lefthander put the Tars ,
Hendricks summoned Durocher you any more money. I 1I1IlrI. S I I lIRar'.u".2I> I 1 I 4 I I. nllaka" L Tv. bus kill: Baalntkl.. BuuaU.Cllbarl. came through in the Braves' big C Yale 3.
to their home and the talkative can't keep on paying your liquor 1I.'n'.A I S S IE.rIys 4 1 1 4 S Tbrt baM .1..: "" ,...... Yarbaa.Khttu. into a 5-4 lead they never re- 'second inning when he lined a I Virginia Harvard 1.I.: William Columbia and 7. Mary t.Clemaen :
ReJ1IOldt. 1 1 5 S Ham.. ram: Ell... Klutu. Bulra! .. linquished. Miller the
horsehidtr admittedhis SGaI.hou.e.p I 1 5 5 5G. Sam : was! second ZENITHFUEL
Brooklyn
bilL I'm even afraid to leave ........ .. I triple into the right field corner ( Citadel S.
you S S S S SO..tdp S S 5-5 S.L.d.u. 'fI..I.. C. Lon on bans: Ptniburk of I .. .
four State 7
Hatter hurlers. although | N. C. Wake Fereat S.P5.0
love for the actress, although alone because you will fan asleep .. S I S S/ (. Pkllid.lpt.la .. B.... su ...n.: nff Ru..... I to drive in two runs. S. LaSalle (Philadelphia) X.

they had never been alone together and bum up the house'." P.s....... .5555a' s SD'.Lp .. Makany. 3. ItoMxIiy I. IItrI..._..: br Hufkw. J. B. Stafford retired j', CINCINNATI 'NI' IOSTON .INt Notre Dame 3, Iowa 2- !
I. M.lrahr 1. DMHMlIy 1. Buihant J. Rlu from the after
: elf
retiring
In the two they game ab,5ss'' 55P555t Navy-11. Kinci Point 4.
yean Miss Day then told him she"thought" .., 5555 5555k'.l. Mukab? ( U 4 I.' Innlnn; "tnilauw' 1 I.a; I only one man with a wrenched I B.u.h'I..rf J S 1 I 5 R..2I 4 2 I I 5 FILTERKeep
knew each other. she was in love with Ardt..M..p 5551eIl.dI1 Bimhani 1 In 4; Hnilm. ( In i 2-1; nnnmllr I I Ad._ J 1 1 I Rol..rf 4 1 I 2 5Hatton.3b
In I 1-1; Krhara 1 1. L Wlnnlm' plurwr" : Bon- knee. 4 I I S !'R_." 4 5 1 I 5 .
The actress In Durocher. She said Hendricks
was testifying I
an -I It... ....1.. pllrlwr" : BufbM.. Vniplrw B ..... ,
_____ : effort to prevent the setting asideof I asked her if Durocher knew it Total SI 1-SI4KI Total U IS 14 ST Jorda and Bare. Tlmi; tSl. Allnidanrc .ill. Jim Blalock. with a triple and a 1..1'. I. S S 'Raw.IU' S 1 1 4 II
her divorce from Hendricks on and she replied she was not sure a Lwcadello.. ilntle t. renter. fur Cumnort til Ith. ':single in four tries set the pace I H..lh I 1 .11 1 Mu', 3 1 II 2I fJ d/
'. ... ..... I MuIIus 4 S S ,S J ( ._11I.. 1" 5 S SVaIIsrrf
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forred II. for Dr.
grounds it obtained fraud ,because hadn't talked >n Tin.' for the eight-hit attack that
was by they aboutit. I net-
-Undell forreit HrnwelM for AnheiMa ,. (... Denmark Slates I 4 S 1 I T'wumts.lb J 2 I S SMIIIu your fuel clean by
and collusion to permit her marriage New York __ __ __ __ M4 MM .!_ f ted Rollins the nine runs while I ... I. 1 5 !'!lI...... 2 1 I 1 5

to Durocher. I I "Then Ray said. If that's the ilL Lauli _____ _____. __ 41 (4( (It-IS Harvard. Cox. with two infield Rlu-hssII.pISSS4O.I5.p. 35153
trror: .....11.,. Kina "tt' ..: Bealk 4. Drawings For I J..btrt 1 I S S IIaKinualt \ using a dependable! filter.
Miss Day's testimony was the case. I'll get Durocher and we'll tiuule L B..... UrOjllea. gniih.ea t. Jwtolck hits took second slugging honors. 1 S S S II
high point of the day's proceed- ,i talk the matter over.' I heard .. C.1h.-. Dllllnier 2. Carllla 1W... Stetson levelled and 11-hit bar- I Rlddl. .. I' I S II MAY 16 '
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ings. Soon after she concluded him call Leo and he said 'Leo Tw 55. bus bit klti._: Ow., ,BOOM..... Ysrt.nm: ; Bnto.MrQulm.MrQulna.TIt_ Tourney. Friday I I rage at the trio of Tar hurlers :i I." I -! ..! .!..!9 I -----

nearly two hours on the witness are you in love with my wife?' Idon't II....... Jwhilrk S. Stolen ban: 1U1n.... but Rollins' steadier defer.se proved Thai II I 5 If III 1 T..I.. If 1. IS If I5itrurS JOE TINKER .
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Kerrinre.: Wltle. G.,........ IXnbl( Drawings and pairings for the "I 'fir Lash.? t. fib
nlari: Win
It&nd. both sides rested. Final know what Leo answered but ,' lId ii.ptien.. ; ..1\....,... Elamta .114 McO/jlnn first annual I the margin of victory. l>jimrk nvt for HI arguments will start this morning Ray said 'can you come right Brawn 1111....'.* and )lrQu,... Lert en buss:; Denmark Junior and Six of Rillins' eight hits came ,_._ __ IW .1 5051 TESTIMONIAL
with Joseph Scott heading the away'?" Sew\ Terk 4. ilL Leulf 1. Run e> bali: Re,. Boys Tennis Tournament will be off the offerings of Miller during Bmton ---_-- .-. 555 (*1 _-K BAILEY MOTOREQUIPMENT
nold I. GalriMMu 4_ Gnnpert I I I rrmn: Tnllnwr. KovtlL Rum batted In Hilton
1. PUS made
t battery of "friends of the court" Miss Day said Durocher wantedto 1. Ardlanla. .. ftirtkemiu: XemnKta .. RtlrhawH 4. Drew' Friday and play will get I the first four innings and they L Vtllntr. Mast Tcrimrn I. Kiln, Hun, Elliott NIGHT I
P arguing .that the divorce should talk to her and asked her S. Gnmport L Ri,,: eft Re1Mlcla T I* S Innlnn: underway Saturday at the Orlando |I netted only two runs. After that t. Rot.... R""", TuS but kill: Trilmtr, Elllatt.Thn .
ert Cnmpeit ( In I: erf Pit ( I.I: err queen 1 Tennis Club it was announced j ku lilt T,,",_ HMM KM lUtM.Torino .
be set aside. "Laraine. Is Ray drunk?" she said I In 1-S; set Drew ( In 1; eft Artlaol. 4 tnl; I, the Stetson pitching and defensive *. Smllln. : Kiln. Double Blan: Hark' Join in honoring Florida's CO.
The big showdown between Miss she replied "yes" and Durochersaid let Galenam 4 ,. S: sit .....,.... 1 in I. Win. last night. play collapsed to enable the ..ll. Mu.ll-r and HIM: Miller. ....... and Hiu.I .
Day and her husband came on the he was coming right aim Hither: Galabauta." .. .Laitrif Blither: .""",. cIa. I Sponsored by Denmark's Sport- Tars to score the other seven runs I Left m .new: Clnrlnniil I. BMIM (. Fti. an only living baseball Hall of
over ..
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retpim: Bern. and Bubbard. Tins:: I bull: elf Bltrkvtll I. Umhert 1. RIMI 1. Pals i
morning of November 13 i arriving within 20 minutes. !:II. AtteManre: 4.141 (>eld>. I ing Goods, the tournaments will : off two hits four errors six walks 4. fttrark. wl br Bl>rkwll. t, Jtlddlo 1. *>ln K.Hlu Fame star. Send your gift fo

"I was waiting for Ray to come Hendricks cross-examined Duro- I be an annual event, Tom Den- a wild pitch and a passed. ball. : aff Rl.rkw. K ,. 1 1-1 Innlnn: aft Limknt I JOE TINKER TESTIMONIAL PHONE 813S

home. and he came home drunk. I cher she said asking him. "are Schwind McFarland mark announced. and will be Base Umpire Ross Bilbeck S I. S J-.I: off aiiMI ( In t. Hit br pltrlMr.r .
Blorkwoll 481,111, iin 18.1..1.! ) ....1.| .. ..ltdtI. FUND, Florida Bank at Orlando. Fla.i .
u usual. about 2:30: ajn." she you in love with my wife?" Duro- staged primarily to stimulate Interest ejected Rightfielder Tuten as the 1 I.r: Itltrkw.ll.. r..,_: mmutf )1..__ u4HMllM. 78 N. Garland.

testified. cher replied "yes. I am." Win Weekly MatchesMrs. in tennis among the teams changed sides in the eighth TIns nf f._; ].}1; Attendance; I.JH Orlando.

_ "I said. 'Ray, I'm going to divorce I She said Hendricks then told j B. J. Schwind and Mrs. E. younger players. for abusive language. i (p.Ml.__ ...- .

you. I told you before Durocher: I H. McFarland took top honors in Leslie Talley of the tournament t The Tars Journey to Miami tomorrow -

that when you go out like this I "Laraine haa tried every way this week's odd-even 18 hole tournament committee, said that due to the 1 to meet the University of

and don't come home till all to make a success of our marriage for women members of I small number of entries received I Miami In a two-game series tomorrow -

and It's not her fault. I've Orlando Country Club with Mrs. in the boys division applicationsfor and Saturday. Coach Joe

made a bust of the whole thing. I Schwind shooting a net 35 score entry would be accepted Justice Indicated Clyde Stevens I II
A Good Place To Fish You two should more of each for the nine odd holes and Mrs. I' through Friday. 5 would probably open on the '

e' OAKLAND other. She deserves all the McFarland turning in a net 38 for Entries in the junior event included mound for Rollins tomorrow

DOCK i I happiness she can get, because the even holes. I Gene Carpenter. Jack Sta- while Jim Cavello would probably i

FISHING I she's had a miserable life with Mrs. Schwind also took 18-hole i ton Jr.. Conrad Steward Jr.. Earl '! face the Hurricane nine Saturday -' .

"0* Lake popka'Boats.Bc1tMoto* me. I'll just blow out of the low putt honors with 28 putts. I Compton. Bocky Smith. Roger ,, 'THIS ATLANTIC EQUALS ANY BEER I'VE

1 picture." while Mrs. Al Mooneyham with 15 I Pharr. Jimmy Russell. Bill Uthi ITITMN | 1I0LlIIIII -

John Under cross examination by i putts was low-putter nine i lout. Marty Cohen. David Meyers I lb F Sps.| .. r pa TASTED ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD"The
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Cramlin,. Mjrr. Oakland. Fla. for. ......1f 4 5 S I lW.lbnaa.lfc 4 I 5 5 I I'., .
Atty. Maurice Rose the actress .hol@s. Mrs. Jackie Barnett was Solly Solomon Gilbert Echelman.: I I l'aolalf I' 1 I Krr'Itr.-.Ib 4 I 5 r 5 I a
I Wayne Ma this. Reed Morris Ken JIood.1It 'I. 2 BI..If 4 I I 5P .
nine-hole low
medalist with ,
a ........ 4SSS5tTahs..ss' 55132 ,I
net 41. I Palmer and Ray Lilley. I krams. 1IS1Ir..4( 1
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Any youngster in Orange Countyis 1 Garrrtt.Sh 3 I ( 1 SIM-pr.4.e! : 3flns.LH

said she had known Durocher for eligible to compete. 'I'td..rf SSSlSlr..3s S S ( ( IUu.ti.,? I 35153 1 1 S S -
k LUMBER I n..pa&tl.rf 1 5 S S ( aurrnranp I S S 5 1 :
more than two years but couldn't II ('Iith..et 4 .11 (|rawll.pI S I S 1 I "L Premium Beef -
say exactly when she ell in love I Fusari i, Pellone Sign R..1' 1 S I (|181**.'." 1. 5 S 1 I Ia
with M.-.III 1 1 1 1 5j I at tie PopvarPncc!
him. For Match June 13 nfford.nMlilr. S S S S III II I .., '& .
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.. BUILDING SUPPLIES COLLEGE: TENNIS NEW YORK (API Charley .. .. I S S S 5)r. I) j5( :
-rw* I. M4y CrM e. : H..S iI2 -
Fusari Irvington. N. J. and Tony
Army Fr 1ham 1. -
Prixt.l.n t, Cctvtnkia I. ?..l.. 3111124321 Tetahl :XI ( n t! 1*
t S Oak Watt. Maryland.. S. Amricn U. 4. Pellone. New York, were signed by "' .._ _. S I 1 S 1 S S I S--a
Flooring Pine Flooring Siding Ceiling rVnkirtonani I CitaaXI L. the Twentieth Century Sporting 11..1... __ _1 S ( 1 I f ( 1 w-I TLAN.TIC
Metr Dam So rwrdu .. Club yesterday for a tenroundelteneight I Ermn: Tn |I}. Mum. MU.... Tart... RuSs -
Sash Doors Mouldings! Sash Cord I C.._ S. Fimnan I. ': WttMl In: FUmU m III. 1t..... MIft.... Mill '1AIEAND
Weights .
I vhs 7. W 9,ynj 2.COLLEGE. fight at Madison ". Rlafcrk" III. ,.It.... Tyler. M BrIM. Twelve '
Square kite ... Three.bm e Sits: Bore BlaInrk. ( 'EER
Sash Locks Builders Hardware Nails Garden June 13. Fusari is : Otn. vr _
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Roofing TMACK Ktotcii bans flirton. T1er. MrRrrde.B4.
II CMaoar* .T I/a J..... Haa>hi.. M S/t. undefeated in 48 professional mrVe*: f"*. Keema. Garten, Klinefeller. = I -
: Cabinets. Insti, Carolina 1(1. N.wbrry 2X bouts. thMMe ...!.;*: ('.'.lie. *. W>M"i.e. 1tlan 'TsflofOoodOieer .
be-_: metm I. XolUM T. Bae ns ballaaff -
And : Miller 1. R_..... .. Fax .. Vanernnu I. 4
t Many More Articles :Kemn 1. .....1.. L Mnirk lop Miller 1.lUvrrwneB : : .
GOLF LESSONS .. Vex I. fmtrU t. HIM sit, Mlaflord -- ; -u'a
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5 MOet North on Orlando-Sanford hIghway 17-93 \. I __ i rvae: e/f Milk I te 1 f-S Ia. -
nlMv I rvw; off l-awllet... S Je 4 1 J Uuna. .
t' PHILLIPS INDUSTRIES INC.PHON' Range Equipped with Electric Lights niae; eft; ll.e kir' 1 MI 1 UeJ._1 run; elf
A Profession will Mon hand to five instruction I 1'1_ 4 In 1 !-. ..*.... ( n.5! r*< 1 mS
tMiacv t r_ H.Of 5.1,0.. kyo.lleIGamrt.
): 2-1229 MICHIGAN AYE. AT ACL ST. Starting Monday. April ZS Ranb.r.l. Will wnckei. r.... Pa OPEN DAiLY lED AND BTTB SAT. AND SUN. balls: Kai fnuUat nrtrner. C. LnuiK
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$ Stabelfeld Goes' Route As Waterfowl I II I II I DeLand Cops



; D In ThreeWayTie I Islanders Trim Pirates, 93Special I May Hunting Be CurtailedCHICAGO Season Five I Inning


( to Orlando Morning Sentinel! I

__ __ for Lead DAYTONA BEACH-Olvin [Stubby] Stabelfeld became [LAP Dr. Clarence :6-3 Victory

the first member of Daytona Beach's grass green' Cottam. assistant director of the
mound to the this II [SotoriQl to Or 1.-1., P: --. !'J )Centinel]
route he
corps go season as effectively U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service, DELAND-The

[Special to Orlando Morning Sentinel] I scattered 11 hits while the Islanders were downing the yesterday asserted that "If the'! Hats scored a 6 to 3 DeLand win over Bed the

GAINESVILLE-Orlando Pirates 9 to 3, last night at City Island Park. I North American waterfowl situation -! league leading St. Augustine Saints

'ed four Gainesville hurlers comb-I The 20-year-old right-hander continues as bad as it is nowI I here last night in a game called
safeties to rack up an decision and at the end of the fifth
fanned seven walked only twoas will recommend a closed or ex- inning on
here ]last night. The fiasco Sanford Wins treme'y' limited hunting season" account of a heavy rain.
his mates ganged Ken
up on
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witnessed by 1.065 spectators. last- this Fall. After a 30-minut delay the
S ed for two hours and 35 minutes Galbraith and Ed Korpa for four lights could not be turned
Addressing the first of 11 on and
Q4ct" with the O-Men contributing to I In the first two in the second and Wild Battle conferences called by regIonal the- 'i'the' umpires called the game off

the cause with six errors officially three in the fifth. Ed Wilsha. who service Dr. Cottam said that the I on account of no lights. Mgr. Don
and numerous mental errors not !I I Anderson protested
the
; American waterfowl situation "is decision.
charged on the books. The win hurled the last four frames forLeesburg.
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From Palatka IT. AUCUSTINEsilks.
put Orlando In a three-way tie pitched shutout ball in the "third great crisis of this .1, DELAMo sIrk.) e

with DeLand and St. Augustine for giving up but one hit and striking century. 1oo1J.n 1SISSR.nst: sillS
[Special
to Orlando Sentinel 1
Morning ]
out five. "During the past two :yean we Asdasas.NISSIIRssa.Th 31181
the league lead SANFORD-The Ps.Ilrk.l I I S 4 SWsasl.Itf I I I I I
Sanford Feds have dipped ;
deeply Into breed-
Joe Jones went the route for LEISBUKt I DAYTONA iEftCli our K.sbt.plSSSSl.ssIb! SSSSSH'llkso.Sb
.brbp.n' *.. .. racked up a wild 14-11 victory Ing stock. This trend must. be I I I 5 "loin.u I 1 5 I II
w the Senators and gave up but R ldns'.IbII. : I I l'Rns.ef <. 1 1 over the Palatka Azaleas here last halted. We are not I Krtitl.lk: I. I I M.r111 1 S 1 S S
i four safeties however wildness mthhln*.cf 4 I I I ViDOU.SH' l li 4 1 t I .1 I going to try i MGnUurf I S 1 1 ljs Ifs? I 1'1 1 I
4 1.sds 11.-"or.1f <. 1 night. Although outhlt. 13 to 7. to set the 19471] season x x x un- II,1 RsUIeill.S 1 1 5 1 Hon.1f 1 1 I S Sp.5.5S5.5
I ((10 walks and four hit batsmen] iJI .,lieas.lf I' I a Zandor.Ik I IBailor S 1 S S t he Feds took advantage of the til after ne see what the Spring ISS1SJ.tlrn.p $5551
allowed the G-Men to score their I I I I .rf I. I 1 UhllM.i. !t I I I 1 breaks *.* 1. I S I
for the
iC phrlUk. > I I T R..2. 1 1Rr I I S 4 5.ll.lb victory. I hatch will be, but the chances arewe "
e. .- :<- *. I IC seven tallies. Manager Myth E. 4 5 5 S I FIlI..I.rt. 4 1 1 1 S Payne started on the hill for the will have to tighten our belts" Total U $ $ Totalscro SI tilBtalaacs .
Stoff I Hoag started on the mound and I .* ...e I S 1 5 J "............ 4 S I V I l locals and kr InalBis.H. .
MINUTE! Carlisle [Our Own Photo Barnes gave way to Stanton in Cottam said.Unfair .
I- LAST CONFAB Coach : _
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: after retiring at the end of the 1 .lbrsl.p S tKrM I S S lilsb.Iteld.p' I I 1 S 1 AasuiUM '" *1-I
I .. I 1 I 1 II the sixth inning the Azaleas' big Ixf.UHt __ *(S -t
::. Hughes and three outfielders on his Orlando Five High School Tournament at Leesburg seventh paraded Norman Cram- K lUhl. .. 1 1 1 S I! I inning in which they pushed Boa kattad IB: )I.a'.. HU. .. I. "" ad4 H I,

l r High School baseball team shown here today where they meet Groveland. Pictured I j i mer. Harry Creamer and Jean i -----1 -- --- Labor .... L Two InnS Ills toaui. w.4i., lbs.
are
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Tolali It 111II I. Tutala II t I XT THror across four runs. Stanton gained I ktu ".U... .. itaiM: ban M. r-na. Lon...
.. in a conference yesterday as the Tigers helda above, from left to right, are Jerry Corbett, Goodman, an outfielder, to the oy 'innings credit for the victory. ', ......: M. ......... I. (..LaM" Bu* oo kolk
I.sobarg. *0* tel 551SD.t.ns off Karoloaki: I. J. Ptn r uwk oo br
final workout before entering the Group Kent Stevens Jimmy Stone and Hughes. I HilLJerry BHl 41* *2* Ms._ PALATKA |! ANFORD Practices HurledAt Karplnkt. I. J. Porn S. Hit fc... *.._. fc?
,. .. .. i 5$ bps.! .t h'0unsAsIb I' a.a.
Manning clouted a home Errs Kblloi C i> .1. I- H-rlo.t-sallor. ksrpluu .A.. .,A,. and two to Xoo<.. Ron *n..l I.: KhtlM 2. Rsa.6h.sM ... 4 1 1 I I II.,....... I I I I I ,llrt: J. ,..... Ball I. Pom. Paoiod kUMaiMtU >
h run. triple singles S. Bid....,. "'_I... I. fnh>...... Twhue Jnrr..ft.d 1IIISls.iI.-.ObiItl Three ClubsNEW I. lBi ill",. Blbrk soS Bull U. Tie tt
I lead ... ''dTOMIff 1 5 S S SKrld.,4' I I-I S .. ....
the hitting show for the kit: Kldiewsr. T. aai. kilt: 111.11.11.- !> ; 1
Fourteen Prep Nines Entered Senators with Clyde Brazil elose ibi. baa HIM: Nooul*. Eo....... Hboooord.l l)ulsnun.e I I t. S'I..k..Ib' I I 1 1 .I Irlrtl.f YQRK TAP] The New --- --
l<...,!flee: It_... Left *a kim: I..nlwri 11.liajrlona S 1 I" "IIIt? I I I 1 I
Dill. behind him with a triple and Bark I. HMO .. oalli: off Vtlbralih, ...,,...,.It S I I J .I..ft..of' I I I I II York State Labor Relations Board i.former Tiger, Nat
three tingles.. Every man In the I. krpa. Mlkka t. KlabrlMil' S. "' --1: ItaId.lb. S I I' l'lSlI.so..Lb 4 I 1 It I i ha issued a complaint of unfair
kr. Wlliha S. MlibrlMd. T. hIs off Ualhr.Hk ', )l'i'sflybIlS27..A... 31541sPsrs. I Hurler Dies
t*In Group Five Meet at Leesburg i Senators lineup hit safely at la t 1.1 1..1... .. 4 rain: off .::..... la 1 I-) .. 511551'.,..... 11551 t 'labor practices against the :New i at Home
iI ls..on.u 4 S I I I "Ia...... 2 5 I I I I I IbTh.b15 York
\ I least once and all but McCul- twins S niu: off Hiliha la 4 liulasi 1. Bo Yankees. Giants! and the I i HAVERHILL Mass. LAP] Joseph -
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(Special to Orlando Morning Sentinel!] FLORIDA STATE LEAGUE I lough dented home plate with *.5.v'l.lsg: Galbr.1l1o..pl.Itrhor_:: m.b.lf.ld.Cuflock and LIng PaTls. pltrkr lien- .. I I S SIRegains. 11 Brooklyn Dodgers the board chairman -' E. Harrington 60. pitcher

LEESBURG-Fourteen Central Florida high school Toam w L Fct.tTaam W L Pet. runs. of Ian*: 1:12.Leesburg: "a-t. S I S S Styl.inl.p the Rev. William J. Kelley., with the Detroit Tigers In 1811.
ORLANDO 9 i .843' 1 1 5 S 11.DrI.
Sanford
I T .533
Hoag's homer with one man on ..... said last night. { died at his home of
yesterday a
baseball teams this,morning open a three-day tournamentin St.DrLand Auc 9 I a 5 .643.843'Dayton Leesbarc B. 4 7'10 ..43S.2MaalneiYlc base was Gainesville's biggest offensive Captures 2..!..!.!..!( .. __ The complaint. Father Kelley heart ailment.

quest of the championship of the Florida High School 9 1 J83 Palatka 4 11 ..287YMtorday's threat although the G's This Ow It It)t<11('art 25,151 la' Rb.b loam.. II It I 27 ii IsvslS.1 said followed a preliminary Investigation I A former HaverhlU High School

Athletic Assn's. 5th Group.Six ORLANDO 1$. GalneiTlll Results 7.Sanford picked up four runs .in the eighthon Attendance TrophyOCALA -.........,... f.... ls.u.s Is Sub.In. .. conducted by the board I baseball coach and science teachi -

first round games will be played today with threeof DeLand C.14.Bt.Palatka AugustIne 11. 3. two singles four walks and a gnednl sit I'''sot 5l-al.r fe Nd I.?.5,1.a ..la Sub.Enisiks as a result -of charges filed by i he had played for' a time with

the contests slated for the Lees-< Dartana Boacb 1. Lreaburc 9. hit batter. (UP1] Leesburg. smallest i .. 2)1 544 JII-.lI I Robert Murphy. Boston attorney : the Washington Senators and

Today Gaines Orlando wasted no time Jumping city in the Florida State league. I I I 6..J.iJ Kirutf: !III....... IS l Ik**_. X.|*IIS l.....155. Ltnlaavr.*.'i--1.:, 1! and labor relations director of the, I with a number of minor league
burg Pirates' Venetian Oardens Winner ORLANDO at Dartona. into the Itad. scoring two runs won the opening day attendance I Bild*. \UC.rtj. $nnaL I>*a.w. RUM kaiwd la'I ; I American Baseball Guild. ;I! clubs including the Lynn team of
Apopka St. Autuitln at Ltfsburc.OalncsvUl I 1 Plnla I. 1Mm..... Brld,. Mraaot I. I.......... a.klitaiaiaa .
ball park and the other three on at Palatka. in the Initial frame on hits by trophy on a percentage basis, : Oulauar. I. "....*,. Y.<:art,. Htiatoo. He added that Ford Prick president the old New .England .League.

Leesburg High School's diamond.Six Over ClermontSpecial DcLand at Bantord. Lebrand. Brazil and Throop. They league headquarters reported )yes-1 1 Ta ku II'1; : BO M. I.sk.. Tbrao ka:* I of the National League and I
added one in the third on an terday. hllUntitoa.; *. ka>*>. rlmai I. Suds X.IUo William Harridge. president of the: Light travels about twothirdsas
quarter-final and semI- LAKC-OMANOC LUGUIEV..t.rd.Y' I !' ",,-.. Uuf(..*. XlrUaMK. KtrriruMcClrlr. .-
final games will be stated tomorrow [ to Orlando Morning Sentinel Results error and successive one-basers. by Approximately 20 per cent of :I I l.oft.. k.MfPalalka, I'. Sanfwtf I. American League also were namedas fast In glass as It does In I
Mount Dora 17. Tarares 1.Apocka Manning and Brazil. the !Ilia.* .. ...11.: art RMilao S. 1"_ MIHasalado k:, I parties to the action. water.
APOPKA-Apopka scored Its Leesburg population. 1019 fans I i
while the finals set .
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are 12. Clermont 11.UmaiUla S. BIts: off ..olid* S I. I 1 t loolnfi. -
for S p.m. Saturday. first win of J.he Infant Lalce- 13. Eustis 11. A four-hit barrage produced turned out for the first game j T iwo; off r._, 1 I* I.S 1..1.. .. I no*;
Winter Park 11. Oco. 4. three more tallies in the fourth as, there. off "'".''' 4 I. 4 1-1 loalnst. 4 "'...: ]*ayno
Coach Carlisle Hughes' Orlando Orange League season by turning Winter Garden 10. Zellwood I. I|I' I I. I 1..1.. .... r ens..l' Rt.also'S la 4 I.- _ .
back Clermont. 12-11 in a tight Garrison. Bevil. Abreu and Jones, Largest opening day crowd was1, Blnn. I inns. Hit kr .oltrtwr .by, riaoloB. (''''''. lit
Tigers only Big Ten Confer- here yesterday. OUthit. 12 NATIONAL LEAGUE: connected safely. Manning's four- at St. Augustine with 1449. and ...1. PM4 kalla: I>.....*,.. winning oltrntr; 01' ,
game ,
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ence team in the tourney. and Tam W k PtMTtam W L Pet.. master highlighted the two-run, tt.Mee. LinIng plrbsv: ", t.pir.n: o/z,
to eight by the the locals Sanford drew 1,410 attendance. ... ...
visitors. .
Coaeh Dick. Jones' undefeated Brooklyn 8 3 .727,Cincinnati 7 8 ..467Chieafo Line a>4 Ulii Tin of i : 1:2*
made the most of their blows and I 6 .lIt5PhUa'pbs 8 S ..429Plttsburfh seventh and the Senators added The smallest turnout was the 632
Winter Park Wildcats rated u' wrapped the ball with a 8 5 .61SINCW Tork 4 7 .364 I seven runs In the eighth on but at Orlando. '
up
game
two of the toughest teams competing Boston or. .583 fit. Loot 2..182 1 I Winter Garden In TIRES
'I
three hits
walks .
as and
two-run outburst In the last of the Yettorday'a Results errors League Pres. Al Combs said that
awing Into action today
seventh. Nw Tort 4. St. Louis 3.Chic. paved the way. attendance figures thus far during
that bids fair to lead to a semifinals i ... 3. Brooklyn 1. An successive Win Over Zellwood
CLIRMONT I APOPKA Boston 10, Cincinnati 3.Pltubur.1a error triples by the season showed an Increase of
elimination battle. Both the .. P bp. .' Sb I .. 11. Philadelphia 6.Tod.y' Manning and Brazil and.a walk: from five to 14 cent last
( Tigers and the Wildcats are seeded 1It.-k.IkMooraj sS34Itessvt.v| 41211 Games gave the winners their final three per over I I (Soer kil to Orlando Morning Sentinel] Will Help Buy
f In the lower bracket. I I I 1 I tAahlof.a| I I 1 4 Probsbl) pitchers; (won and lost record: : year. ZELLWOOD-Wlnter Garden'sWard
Borort.10Crla0oIk 4 4 til IIW.Mkk.ef<< 4 1 I i. I In parenthesisChlcaco )- scores in the ninth. Jones did not M35OVIMLCf
Winter Park plays Coach John i I I 1 4 !\Pitt....... 4 S I I 4 at Brooklyn-Chlpman (2-0) TI. allow a hit for five and two-thirds I Britt pounded out a three-
'Colombo's Ktesimmee Kowboys on I >*d.t II I I lBlly| ,lb.. 15132 I Rlfb 11-0). i i8t. Innings when Umatilla Whips : run homer In the ninth Inning to Goodrich
B.F.
naif 311110.dl&g.s 43151YaA..t.d Hoag's homer broke
Louis at New Tork-Burkhsrt (01)or I
the Leesburg High diamond at T 1 I 1 S Makafry.lk 1 25125 Brute <((0-1< TS Koslo (1-1) the spell. He tired badly In the I spark a late game rally and give
10:30: am. in one of the opening j ) .. c." 3IIIH.aa.Jf 41 IIISSILP Plttsburrh at Phll.delph1Balbr (0-0)I final frames but had : Eustis 13-11 the visitors a 10-6 victory over I
4 enough to
B I.1121P.o&b.p| 21111 .
I T* Leonard (2-1)
,
games while Orlando's'nine : ..... Zellwood here yesterday. Smart Silvertowns I
.of I" I 1 0'Halo. Cincinnati at Boston-Peterson (1-1) TI.. finish a winner. I i II, .
swings into action with Southpaw p I S .I. S M Cooper (1-1).. ORLANDO I AINCtVILIC [Special to Orlando Morning Sentinel l] baseball on the part of Mgr. Jim ,

Doug Feidler on the mound, I'' 11"1. S I 'I 5$ C II so iI l ... liii. EUSTIS-Umatilla staved off a I Mobley's invaders also figured
il li( AMZKICAN LEAGUE febr'ad.M I S I 1 SHrMat! t t I I late the of that
against Coach Shaw Buck's Totals 11 It II Tolsli Mil I ITH 1 1 I game rally on part measurably in the victory.
Toam W L *>ct.T! W L Pet.I aalaa-.IkBraalUif S I 4 I .
dormoatS 1 S I l I I 1 I II am |Iwl.bls.ef I I I.
-.Oroveland; Greenbacks at 3:30-pan. A-'a __. ___ I1IIS31I'11Sns's I Cnlcato I 4 .600:Cletdand 5 S .500 ildlIlPiuassif 4 1. I Eustis to cop a 13-11 Lake-Orange I WINTER tARDENH f! ZILLWOODSb tll
on the same diamond. : : ..... BrooIIl,. .. Bovotto. Stark 1. ,I ITIO. New York 7 S 683 St. Louis S 8 .4SS I ft..d 4 1 J I lr.aua.lb| I 1 I p I.I victory here yesterday afternoon. I I bps.!! ak bps.
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I, Detroit I I .500 WASH-TON S ..444Beaton OarrlMa.ir I 1 I 1 Britt.rf S 1 I S Miotkt.lr I 1 S I S'Tsugb&b
IF.MU.Sk
., Tw -bsa. bits: BnM. atorriioa. .. t S I 1 I I
At Venetian Gardens the 10:30: I Rodney Miller gave up 13 hits to I I 1 1 I Itrtrlrorrf-rf It. 1 IHeesrd.Sb OUTWEARPREWAR
< TraMkoL aioloaj b.**.: -& ......., 1. Oo- I .SOO'Phlla'phla! 4 I .400 lh rU.lB IIIIIIHoiI.p| 31151 I 1
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am. opener pits Coach Goose Kettle's I !as .. Mahafr7. c..... )Lc.. Booraa. Mat.I. t Yesterdays Results .C".11I I I 1 I JlCram..,.. I I I S IAbres. the locals! and fanned 10 to I,, 4 1 51 S'D.Rlsb.' 4 SI SI
.. .... St. Louli IS. New York 9. .. I 1 I 11 ItT\lor1lt I ,I i W"'111." 4 I 4 T 1 "larbl...!.. I S 4 1 3WIlhkfiSSISlf. ;
SanfordCeitry reds against I I : DouWo BJaji; Moor* ta MorrtaomI 1 I I I 1 register the victory while his teammates .. 412 I
b.U.-it Poacock I. Brook- Chtraio 5. Washington 2. -.. 4 I 1 I SfRurtOk! 4 I 1 5 I I
.Ed Stacks Clermont Hilltoppets.I 1 Ira r"B L. Struck: *uC by Saves Boston 7. Detroit 1. sCook 1 41121. were only able to register I H Tubhf... : I 1 1 2a' Sattk.lb 4 1 : I: 3WPsals.3t

Other games on the Pirate ball i. U II.....,. 4. Bit off: Poaeock la I laalan r.W.Philadelphia at Cleveland (postponed, I I I I I I eight hits off Stewart and S. i.I I I Bray...u 4 I 1 1 I 4 S 4 1'Ondtrti rUTM.rf.rf.lk t I I 1 5 1 5 S ill"I _____
I off Brtn la 1 f-t laalnis 1 an Brooklyn .. I I S I I __
grounds send Leesburg against *; kulas <: off Soaps ta ( :1.S laataja: off Today's Gamoa .JPk'blt.e.* I I I I I: Treen. Seven Eustis errors proved ; Beka_.. S 1 1 S IRouldJk I. I S S I _______

Oviedo at 1:30'p.m.. and Eustis' Halo te 1 .-1 taalx 1. Paaird balls Oodln In Probable parenthesis pitchers) : (won and lost records 11111.. costly. I \Mno.er*.. << 4 SMlU 5 I I I 5 I I S
: 1. WlaaUf fttctaar Brookljra; Loalas tieberi : r.*illla _.1 4 I 1 I I 1-ISKlIMl
Panthers against the darkhorse Hal Philadelphia>> at Detroit-Msrehildon (1-1) Totals U II 11 1 U T I IT 11 I ..._.... TIRES
Ifllltll *
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Cocoa Indians at 3:30 p.m.. I I (1-1) Y,. Uutehlnson (2-1). _rty .......... for. Garrtaoa la Ita.a Total It It U n U lotus 14 111 IT IIMrora ______________
New Tork'' at Cnleaio-Shea (0-1) ,a. *alkd for ',..... Ia 31$. kr memos
1 1 Smith (0-0). i .. "'I.! !., Gardoa .._ Ill ill M-ll
New Smyrna Heath face Tom Winter Park Tops Washington at St. Louis-Uasterson ((0-0); lee byErlasds ....Innlnsi. ._; ._...._ fdl JIM r -ISOalmarlllo Sailors, Bumby Hardware Zr-llwonl __ ._.._ -.!." ...2., SIS.
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Gannerelll's Siren; : Tounthload. HiM B. > SubsIst.SlirluIrd. .
Saint Cloud __ value feature of the
Bull- _
I The new
ana Ml Ml- I T Win in Commercial LoopThe G. Moiltk. Could ,. Two ..*.. bIn B. Now that tire ar. more plentiful eitra
don at 1:30 p.m. on the high INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE I ".rron:, rani I. HarMa. CarrUno. Cnuuor, I I pat Potler. H. Morton. KtarklM 1. Tkno kM careful hopper are putting B.F.Goodrich Silrertown arc not
Ocoee Nine 11-4 Toam W rtctotu Eatoa. BmL ...... batlM I.
i. rct.Tam| W L : mien
Pet.Jer'y
Naval Reserve turned back 11111:: Bra,. Mono ...: W. Hill Slake kuM:
school diamond. Melbourne and ,. Goodrich priced actually COlt
B. F. premium
City 8 4 ,667INyark 6 6 ..500Syracuse 4. Akr* X. BraiU. 3. Hoof t. M..ai. 3MVII. Tuhha... H. Brllt. W. bill Hatririr' : H. Brill their money on the new
Winter Garden, the other two t [Special to Orlando Morning Sentinel] 4 2 .667!Baftirror. 5 7 .'11I ". lirCalloiifB 1 '"'-. Flrkctt I. Sisal the Post Office nine. 8-5. in the u. itoiltk. imiklo plan: *. J......... M TyWu. W. Silvertown tire. you leu per ml!..
Montreal S 4 .556|Rochester 1..3U: Hurt* Thrao kow klu; "..DID,. Ron nuns: .. ._
teams entered drew I I opening game of last night's Commercial Britt Kr.r. J..n. WInter l Otrrtoa 1*.
first reund ....
OCOEE Park talked Roo 31a. .. .
Winter Toronto
I S 4 .556 Buffalo 4 7 JOt; RtolcB bam: Tfcrooo RMeVIrSJin.s. : .
CIVOM| IX Ituo so bells: off Krkmjtt 7.hIl. OUTWEARS PREWAR -
know it _ _
byes. YoatordaV Results. Doubt' Blf. Harb4a Bark League Softball pIa). Paul They
ta te :
fjktaa.L .
Larry 'Ole Folks' Chubb out of his f. Klmrk out or Bokrowiwr I. Whit ,.
Toronto 4. Baltimore 1. fl oa ....: Orlando 8. Gaiamlll it. RaM Odom homered for the Sailors Jill 1, olicbor' kr VtklM nta,'". KraJ). Krktojrw TIRES costs lew per Ya. e.. a>.y f.rc
Ed umptillionfh period of retirement Jersey City 12. Buffalo 7. 'I oa kail* -off: JOB* 1*. rrraiBrr ) I I
Bruner. Leesburg coach and 1. Ins tlaaiojor with mate aboard. \C. 1IcoI>acId. SHIllS,. mile because it ha S wider, Bumby ah
one. charge, er
.
: 'yesterday and the'dean of the Rochester 8 Nowark 5. ( 1. Coodmaa Hiruck out. br JOB* -- -- i61i
'tournament director said all Syracuw at Montreal (postponed mow). '. Boat 1. Gondmaa t Bits off: Moss 11 ta Hardware took the measure of tread that cover more ground with $1.7* awn ..eI!
: games would be seven Innings. Lake-Orange League pitchers who T ts.l... I .....: off ('fa_ I la 1-1 .- j Lesnevich-Charles lea wear at one point. .
except 'has been around so long he himself FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE alas. I ruaa; off Crraawr I I. 1.1 lonlu. Orlando Transit Co., 15-2. In the ( any $1.3S .f.t _.*II. ,
that where a team holds a 1 I ..... Hit kr _. nightcap with Jack Cooper chipping I
S Toam i, Pct-IToam w L Pet."atana plt BT Java Pales Barbla. i Match Materialize'
has
10-run lead at the end of five trouble remembering just I 1' 3 .8S7Mlaml:| B. 812 .400 Pula... Faulo. H..... Stuns Craa0..,. In a two-run homer to lead May ,

innings of play the game will be how long hurled the Parkers to a, I Tampa>> 13. .61* Ft. Land'la 8 13 .381 ot... Wild ball Ftrkott pitches' : A.H.........&.. Lrlphart.Balk: Goodaiaa.rawod WlBBlac. the way. CINCINNATI [AP] Boxing Pro- Robinson and Garland Phone 2-3161
11-4 Miami 11. .579 Lakeland I
: halted at that point. win over Ocoee.'Aublne Batts.Chubb's ., W. Palm B. 9 12 .429:81.: Pet. '813 7 13 .330.381; ltrhr: ...... Lo ln* pltctm: H..... Ustplras: moter Sam Becker said yesterday
: Two quarter-finals tests will be batterymate. led the vistors' Yeatorday' Result I ....!.,. WI..... Tt** of Oaa: 1J3. COLLEGE GOLFVirginia there was a good chance that his

played at 10:30: am. tomorrow I attack on Lassiter with Miami Lakeland: Beach S. HTn 4. Miami 0. 3. I 1,1 Oa..id on S.20 WanhinOen. Wake Foroot ana! Leo&Vh.Colgat .4. offer of $75,000 to Lightweight
B.FGoodHehFIRST
with the other i three powerful doubles in fourtrips West Palm Dorans I, Rochester I.
two at 1:30 p.m. Beach 5. Ft. Lauderdsl 4. I Trample Champion Gus Lesnevich to defend -
Michio.au
to the plate. 23 Michigan Stat. 11.
SI; Petersburg 4. Tampa 2.
immediately preceedlng the two I Gisugs Washington SV*. Maryland J"- his title against Ezzard
semi-finals cames.Sanford WINTER, PARK I OCOfCk Tavares 17-1 N. C. Stats is. Oavidaon 12. Charles here this Summer mightbe
I r oo alCakwon.lk sir Ipsi SOUTH ATLANTIC LEAGUE II Princeton .. Lahigh 1. IN RUBBER
I I 1 X *|lluraad.MX 4 I 1 I Yesterday' Results Gottyiburfj. I. West Maryland 4). accepted. _
B"-n I I I 111'| ."' ..." I. 1 1 Iin AU games postponed rain. [Special to Orlando Morning Sentinel
Slashes I ,.. 4 I I 1 WdaaBLa I 1 lit 1 I1Iatta. MOUNT DORA
,. Rangy Cecil
131IUIa.sI| > $1211. AMERICAN'ASSOCIATIONYesterday's
Gaitatda.fLo I I I X Vd-srtft.lB) I 1 a .O I I p Results Barks paced the Mt. Dora Lake- P. B.fL Four skrfRuard. IIIIltD.2b 4111 I LouUTtll 4, IndIanapolis 3. @
From Roster Orange
League to 17-1
.** I. I .,Baaa'.D I' I I 1 (Only same scheduled. entry a Newark, N. J.
Moos 4 S I 1 "iHoward.lf I. I I victory over the Tavares club here .
(SPKi r to Orlando Morning Sentinel n....... I I I I III.| ..".r.t .. 4 1 1 I I&BJVd.It SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION yesterday afternoon as he hurled wards fed! wm ?

SANFORD Four men were 1. I tlO.WdB.tf 1 . Tsam W L Pct.lTam W L PcI. five-hit ball and blasted out four .
N. Orle'ns 14 4 ,778Atlanta! 8 10 .444
; 'dropped from the Celeryfed roster Total 4111, 17 111 Tntata .iii1ii I Chatta'ia 10 8 .825Nashvlll! or. .438 hits in five times at bat. Including w

i yesterday as Mgr. Buddy Lake -*sttsd far liars U Ith.Wlatoc Blrm'cham 8 I .SOOUt.| Rock 711 .389 a double and four-bagger.
rut 'I" 4 IIII t-11Xmra 1 Mobil. I' .471IMmphla 810 J33
.
moved toward the 15 player limit .___...___ I I 1 5 I S 11-I, Yesterday's Result TAVARCS | alT. DORA
the league rules decree by May 4. : LMk 1. hey U Hoard t, Uma L Mobile 4. Little Rock 0. I .5 r kessi) lb rbina
Danlolo Lastres B..r***. U S. 'act.... I. T. Minor 1. Vaadertrtft New Orleans 5. MrraphU 1. SPMTT.Y SIIIIITkss.lb| I I I I
was re-assigned i .. DfU, i. niger .. Hawanl. X ljetior Lr Atlanta 8. Ns hllle 7. 1I,.kaa.kHalLSk 4 I a a .1 irraaklla.. I S 3 I 3
,to Tampa who sent him here and I -.... klu: Kan 2. $I_.. I. Sager U Birmingham at Chsttsnoois. >>114.. vet .of" I' 1 1 '|Wll..,." 4 1 1 1 IIrn.w.n.2b
releases were given to Mike Tkrao-kan kUa: .- .... livable. pl7: Chub* ground 4 1 S 1 'l '..tl.rf I I I I I
Ward. t* Cukxi M Buaid. Buuck ..... b> Cbubb 4.Laaallor liter'.... 4 I Ill lPmblai| I 4 4 II 1I I
: .Ernie Motteler and Bob Tuttle. 15.Stymie. I U'It'".. I I 1 1 |r>oo. ) T.a 4H I I I I
: In discussing the team Lake Fights Last Night Birtim.rfAiUoM. 1..1| .......... 1 1 1 1 1 TOLL TOLL
ifI I I I I .n't'CIn&'lb| I 1 I t t
said that he was "some disappointed Finishes FifthIn MHJORD. Ib... lAP) Johnny Prier I It r'aa.rf.Jh I I I I '|ADd......., 6. 1 1 I t
that some of his pitchers 137. Cambrldtt. knocked out Leon La I BOTBOKU. 1 I I I tllAOt'I. I I I I'btl.er ,
Blond. 134. Uibon. Me. In th. clihth .<<1 I I I I ITeanllrI
: had not rounded into shape Snark HandicapNEW round of a irhcdulrd 10-round main bout. 11111
means means
: but he believed that this depart NEW YORK : ment of the cl would YORK' (API Mrs. Ethel D. Chane. 133 W. Lisbon Fall. Main. out: .* 53455
soon meet; Jacobs Stymie the turf's second pointed Julie Bort. 139**. Brooklyn In the KIr...... 11111
; expectations. Itht-roand mala event at U* Jamaica --- ----- : I
highest money winner. got off to arena. I TMala 111$34 T Total 4t 17 U nilITlftrM rfI.
a bad start In his 1947 debut and I, I I l I I ll S l- 1 '
t ST. LOUIS (AP Charley RUe.,. bard ML Dais. l I 5 1 I _IT
; Be finished fifth In the 6500. six I punching St. lOUIS Nrtro featborweltbt.scored I Siren: Draw. 1. Bi...rt, Mantjoanry. Ban. .. : -z
: sure to visit furlong Snark Handicap which a seventh-round technical knockout I I_-. It__..... Twe-bua klu: B....... ; I
was captured by J. W. Brown's over Phil Terranova. former champion who I Tkra-baw bIll: !)PaL lines runs: Barka. Alaahnuk. I I.-
knocked out RIley la six rounds just ortc | lUmtrm baara;. vrrrj. MrMMt, ..... t.Fraaalla .
ORANGEFISHING Brown Mogul. Inroc was second a rear no.SIUMI 4. f>.bl. 4. BiaMlapciwk. ....-. _
.. and False Move third in the seven I Raenflcn: --. Baa II ball*-off: BarD _
(AP LIne; Garcia flashy Cuban ', S. ..,...w. S. Mrark< -. kr. Vaita 4. ..,-
7 hone-field. eatherwdiht champion lost a 10-ronud kolda .. Hit elf: Bfnalda i*> I Innings U; -
LODGE decision to Charley (Lulu Costantlno of $'" la I1 Inaian f: )Kick te I.I IalsiaIs ;
New York her la his American debut. *. Wla lB4 Btiebor: Bark
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TENNIS DATES SET .
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APOPKA BETWEEN

COEE AND APOPKA Tennis Hills have Tournament been moved at up a Forest weekto 1. nom 'where sit.. I, Joe Marsh) .j. \ ,

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= Her* In a beautiful petting at pm i June 16-22. It was announced .
:' l Is a Lodge that- will excite r-.trr yesterday! by Tony Owen presi- --

fisherman heart No expeni*) has dent of the World Professional : '

.- and bn best pared la to modern provide facilities the newest and -Tennis League. _ _ We Got to the Fish Fry

; quipnvent. Yet price* are reason- .butBALLANTINE
able. Her are just a few of th
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NEW ULTRA-MODERN right wond r- our OWB flra.

COTTAGES I 30 seconds-if it fails, it fill Job of frylnt the flik-.oft From where I alt, thaft ODe of

WITH ALL-ELECTRIC is free Harmless to the sad flaky lnsid.-browB and crisp the thicrt that makes oartown u : .. 45'F
KITCHENS around th. edges. the belL ToU's one of those words that mean
dog. so alee a place to live in: spirit

S NEW RESTAURANT 1 lb. box But we didn't ret to jo. Thmissui of share and share alike. That different things at different times.
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Sold by Feed, Seed and to lUTe her. were symbols of the thoaghtfnlnesa -
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INSIDE"CAMP Hardware Stores. Then how did w. know the fishwa that makes for better Uvtng!

GROUNDS PatentedWILLIAMS' M good Because the folk famous 3-ring trade mark. Look for the] 3 '

Word don't do our pIae 1uat1ce. but didn't forget aa. They lent Silppy rings call for Ballantine. I
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doubt It there it a nicer plac of Hemdarao ever with two staa-. ,,-
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I Page 10 ((Drlanbn iHcnttag l grntinrl Thursdoy, May 1, 1947 i GroTeland.Honorable accordionist '1
mention was given I ONE HOUR SERVICEON
7 SHOP IN COLLEGE PARK I
Evelyn Brock. Mount Dora tap
ORLANDO'S MOST PROGRESSIVEs TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY: workmanship that will take into I dancer, and Betty Anne Newton WATCH CRYSTALS

,TRADING CENTER account skill efficiency and honesty OHS Senior Winter Park vocalist. Guest artist Expert Watch Repairing
I was Mrs. Maurice Patrick 'of Ta- '
Clean HouseTo BLOCK'SJENELRY I
Labor Must vanes, vocalist Show was arranged
I 1 JOHNS HARDWARE AND PAINT COMPANYtSH If labor would honestly and sin by John Edmunds. Tavares high. :

EDGEWATFR DRIVE ORLANDO. FLORID Public Favor cerely look in the mirror and take Wins ContestS I and proceeds go to the school's 18 Nest Church Street
{ Regain cognizance of Its faults, admit its annual fund. I
1- shortcomings and make a real effort .
.
, By RUSSELL KAY to correct them it would then I
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ti As the wave of anti-closed shop legislation continues to command greater respect from the ( to Orlando' Willie Morning SentinellTAVARES ; I I .
Thomas.
Or-
1ft' mount throughout the nation, it is well to remember that I lawmakers far it and has the simply public.So screamed' lando Senior High School student,

i Florida led the way when a courageous Legislature and a its head off at every attempt to won first prize $25. In the Ta-
determined people rallied behind Atty. Gen. Tom Watson I cure its Ills with legislation ,and vares amateur show at the local your family'sDEMAND
PEWEUREHiiom to pass and ratify the "right-to-work" amendment.At cried ""unfair unfair" until It has high school Tuesday night, play-
become a habit that has generated ing a trumpet.
the start of the 1946 leglsla- CLEANLINESS
tive nine States had laws public disgust.A Frances (Hatt, Lakeview High
year good-will and confidence, for the few of the wiser leaders are
regulating or prohibiting the clos- School Winter Garden won
"public be damned" attitude is well aware of the situation andwant
ed shop: Alabama. Arkansas, Colorado Just as damaging from a public to do something about it second prize, a pen and pencil
Florida. Kansas, Louisiana labor set. She Is a pianist. Third prize
relations standpoint to a organization but radical leadership In other
Maryland. Wisconsin and South an album of phonograph records 1
as to a railroad or any quarters makes this difficult and
Dakota. During 1946 Arizona and other Institution People now real Congress, prodded by an outraged went to Louis Muraro,
Nebraska Joined the group and ize the danger that exists when public. Is preparing to take I I
South Dakota strengthened its two or three men within a Nation The only law that can I and this can only be Invoked when
statutory position by adopting a possess the power to bring the solve the problem of acuon.1 I leadership on both sides. Is milling I
constitutional amendment outlawing wheels of industry to a complete ploye relations is the to work by it. I
Y the closed shop. stop over night and hold the populace I
i i Thus far in 1947. five more ; HEALTH ,
I IeaniBgSte1T1 States have enacted anti-closed I : COMFORT
: shop laws: Georgia. North Carolina TOOLS! FoarnFarm'delawn
North Dakota.Tennessee and
4 Virginia. Arkansas now has an 9y r l :-2; The Right i Tool for a Better Job '
act enforcing the 1944 constitu- AUTOMATIC HOT WATER
1 tional amendment prohibiting the The Largest Assortment In Central Florida
closed shop.Committees. FARM AND POULTRY SUPPLY DEPT.

.,, of both houses of / WATER...All YOU WANT AND WHENEVER
INSTANT HOT
7 Congress have approved bills that I JOSEPH BUMBY HARDWARE COMPANY
include anti-closed shop clauses. ,
r While labor overlords bitterly t denounce I t 1 1 ;A ORLANDO WINTER PARK YOU WANT IT.S yOURS AUTOMATICALLY WITH
such legislation as they do I
any measure designed to place a at their mercy to freeze FINEST WATER HEATER
curb on their activities and safe- A OO it AMERICA'S
starve or suffer other discomforts
guard the Interests of both the
until achieve their selfish
they
laboring man and the public, the I aims. CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH Automatic hot water will add to the comfort of your
sentiment of the Is against
people
I In principle the organization of f,) and delay' housework
the closed shop and this Includes i entire (amity. Why waste time
labor is sound, and unfair -
many in the rank and file of labor practices I r ; for hot water with oId-fashioned water heat
itself. and abuses on the part of Industry I BRING YOUR GAR TO US FOR I I waiting
I in earlier made such : ; I NIGHT
an day in, methods: ,when fully-automatic DAY&
.,1p Organized labor today is BIG action on the part of the worker .,.
Ms"ytz e is SPRING TUNE UP
THE ANNUAL
dishes
y BUSINESS and its top flight imperative. provides hot water initially. for bathing,

executives wield more power and Unfortunately labor leaders cooking, scrubbing and cleanup.
play for greater financial stakes hate been no more prone to see Easy Payments On Overhauling
than do the so-called tycoons the hand writing on the wall than i iw DAY & NIGHT automatic hot water service in your

s r'.anlr.slaaJb of commerce and industry. were the industrial leaders and A. P. CLARK MOTORS Inc. I home is too inexpensive to put up with anything
, Abuse of this power Is directly I so today instead of enjoying pub- I l less. Put in a DAY & NIGHT now.
responsible for the loss of public lic sympathy and confidence they I II
find themselves facing curbs and 889 N. ORANGE I'POSE0'7U I II
, restrictive legislation because an I II I
aroused and sorely-tried people PHONE US OR Htm
1 FOR FLAVOR B demand action.A D" S i
COME IN TODAY .
typical example of the typeof ga MODERNLY SMART:
DIXIEIMA labor leadership that Is bringing -
down the wrath of the peo- Seclusion-without the effectof 24 Hour Service Since 1932TURRLGflS&flPPLIflnCELO
ple on the head of all labor is
R G A R I N El found In connection with the exclusion! Is smartly I
current telephone strike when achieved in rooms furnished ,
. during the Texas-Oklahoma-- 3E with our Custom Quality Vene-
nado disaster telephone em- tian Blinds. Air light privacy- M
anl JMRUOKTS/ TERMITE CONTROLZt ployes In Woodward. Okla.. placing control, at a touch of the cord!
N carry-iangrdaBiorsp the welfare and interests of r
The new Eoreka Hone Qranbg System gives JOG a YEARS OF DEPENDABILITYCALL. the public In this stricken area 9
powafuI lEarckaalI-fKnoaelan typ. eanu.Yo. aimtirthatr PHONE OR WRITE above their own. went back to ROBERTS BROS. 1 Phone 4678 Phone 1252 ,
It" I tile sse.do Iao F. rcka.njal deuw equipped;. thIt H. L. COX work and were immediately Q c. Venetin Blind A Awning Co. 1 y N. Orange Ave. Fla. State Bank Bldj. A'lU9 .
douUooctiaa Thrtnrbolatoe* I ordered NOT TO DO SO by
Eareb''a
new 7C W. Smith ePhonerida 249M Orlando, Florida Sanford. FloridaCATALOG
I 71JV4 IRMA ST. their national leaders. Angered
'I that pcD0tn,a tile decpot rag up,Iooser and ewe at this lack of sympathy and Serving Central Flo
L. up the "mJxAW dirt.Th n's I complete let of improwd understanding in the face of a .,
new denting took that did into either deanerl ANGEBILTFLORAL great tragedy; these Woodward
ir' Erery tool ye* seed to do 101 cleaning job Rp+ta *, SHOPPE operators rightfully refused to ,
p f dowMtain, all throoejb the LOOM 11 ;.a anpleu Juan obey such an ill-advised ruling .
, .. MEZZANINE ANOEBILT HOTEL and straightway resigned from
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II TANK CLEANER. $74.50 UP-RIGHT TYPE $79.50 50c Rose Spray _. 35c to their local citizens as ; :; >
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I Crop Project Set To Hit 16,000I I: Meeting Today Open i Lumber Dealers Toll Road Financing : Board Defers



I rAP Chmn. I I Problems of the State's expand- : Eye Price Cut Rale DecisionTAMPA
[ Special[ to Orlando Morning Sentinel] Scheme Held
Carl. B. Smith of the State Industrial ing express fruit Industry will be Valid
TAVARES-National Ramie Corp., an organization I Commission reported yester- discussed here today when the I ,
composed of men from Lake and Orange Counties and I Compliance with Pres. Truman's i I i
day that more than 16,000 Flor- Florida Express Fruit ShippersAssn. 1 TALLAHASSEE AP rAP The Florida Railroad
other sections of Florida, has purchased 5,000 acres of land 1 request for a 10 per cent price cut [ ] State Improvement Commission
,
ida veterans will be affected by ,; holds its first annual meeting for Commission yesterday defer-
plan financing construction of
roads
Zellwood for the production of ramie. was discussed by 30 Central Flori county and bridges
near ''the Veterans Administration's in- opening at 10:30: am. at the red action on a petition for a
by borrowing money against tolls to be
da district lumber dealers paid only by the
The company plans to plant 500 acres of land annually I mem- 10
permanent cent increasein
untO the whole muck-land tract 4 ability to send out monthly checks 'San The Juan organization Hotel. formed : bers of the Florida Lumber and | State Road Dpeartmcnt won approval from two Florida motor freight per rates within the
a
on Lake Apopka is .in production. due yesterday on unemployment' year ago, now represents direct- i Millwork Assn.. at a meeting circuit judges yesterday. State after it had heard voluminous -

First 500 acres will be planted in !AAF To UseISuperforts and educational allowances. to-consumer shippers in all of I Tuesday night at the Villa Dora i Circuit Judge George W. Ted- testimony for two
water The delay, resulted the VA said Florida citrus producing areas. Hotel Mount Dora. Hobo King ---1 i der of Fort Lauderdale advised days.
for
August. Engineering from failure of Congress to appropriate -' Speakers will include George E. I Concensus was that they the commission he had timed The commission said it would
control and drainage is now un in new Copeland of Winter Haven super- | would be able to to along with f an order validating $%SOOOO rite a decision on rates on IPe-

derway.a funds through vising Inspector of citrus inspec- I the price cut 'except on Items Raps worth of revenue certificatesthe rifle commodities within a few
J. Haslip of Mount Ply- the deficiency bill tions by the State Department of I where the differential between State agency will issue to day,.
month >Is president of the tor Storm StudyWEST now upcoming' Agriculture and Dr. Wayne Reitzof ;, the wholesale and the retail Hotel Clerks finance a bridge over the New Another hearing will be held in
poratlon* He was associated before the group Orlando citrus economist with I price U less than 10 per cent. i River at Fort Lauderdale September before a final ruling
with Brown Landone of Winter PALM BEACH [AP).The for action along United Growers & Shippers Assn. The meeting was first since theassociation's : MIAMI [UP] A king sulked in A few minutes later. Commission is made on rates applying to
Park who developed the ineeessfol Army Air Forces will use huge with exhaustion i Co-operation in the 1947-48 season State convention in i Atty. Ben A. Meginniss said freight by class. The truck lines
in plotting hurri- > March. Plans his undershirt in a third rate hotel he had been notified that another requested this hearing to offer
ramie project at Zell- Superfortresses of previously appropriated also will be discussed by R. K. were made to hold
wood. Carl E. Duncan of Ta- canes this season. ) V A Smith of Jacksonville and D. V, monthly district meetings in future room here yesterday and mourned circuit Judge at Sebring had validated sented evidence in rebuttal of data pre-

Tares Is first ,vice-president; M. The 53rd Reconnaissance squadron funds. Marshall of Atlanta, representingthe next to be May 22, place to that hotel clerks and Henry Agard almost identical certificates ,by shippers' representatives. -
based at Morrison Field Railway be selected. i I for $525.000 to finance a Highlands ,
Overstreet of Express
O. Orlando second said Agency i Wallace were "lousing up" the .
vice-president; E. L. Pad- plans to send a B-29. manned by Smith I Morning sessions will be devotedto I Francis J. Igou. president of the Democratic world. County road network. A' Tending final decision the 10per
volunteers. Into the center of a $322.874 was paid Central Florida Lumber and similar validation suit is pending cent increase, granted March
rick Jacksonville, third vicer joint meeting of retiring and i Sup The monarch was Jeff Davis,
president; Dexter Ward TaI I hurricane this year. It will be the to the State's ex- I newly elected directors followedby ply Co., vice-president of the., Liege Lord of a million hobos in suwannee County, here a tinue.1 on a temporary basis, will con

vares, secretarytreasurer.Ramie first time such a flight has been servicemen from' a luncheon. Sec. Al Voges said ,: State association said he believed i i who belong to a dynasty known II $450,000 rural road network is I, The
for the > shippers
made with a plane of that size. VA funds I that through planned. contended the increase -
Convening again at 1 the co-operation at such i
a fiber as old as civiliza- week ending i I pjn. I as the Knights of the Road The Improvement has made Florida
Starbuck Is Commissionhas rates
James II. :
CoL
Lt. I meetings dealers could
association will hear discussions help relieve [Hobo of America Inc.
]
tion, produces cloth which has !:"hi command of the Hurricane Smith April 26. I'of current the building supply shortage. authority to borrow money higher than other Southern
great strength and long-wearing Hunters which Includes B-17 ,1 More than 2,780,000 veterans industry problems, followed -J I His majesty blew into town after ,1: for construction of toll roads States',
qualities. It has been produced the Nation minus their I by open forums. The meet- a paid pullman ride from Cincinnati 'I and bridges and The truck lines argued that not
Flying Fortresses and the. larger over are I ; repay the loan
ing will close at 4 by electionof ,
centuries in China '' pm. [ for the annual convention
for where Superforts. checks today the VA says. However Vegetable GrowersTo I i I I lout of collections only were their operating costs
hand-labor is used to decorticate officers by the new directors. of his subjects. He apologized for i I greater in Florida
delay I
The B-17s have pierced the big It offers hope that the Broward Suwannee Highlandsand than other
'the fiber. It has long been known storms before and will continueto will be cf brief duration, as Study Council \![I his informal attire, using the about 40 other counties hare States because of higher mileage
that ramie could be produced fly through them this year, he the deficiency bill is expected to be Catholics Consecrate I royal privilege with pronouns. surplus gasoline tax credits ac- and gasoline taxes and license tag
cheaply: In Florida, but decorticating I said, but the B-29s do not respondso acted upon within a few days. PAHOKEE [AP] A mass meeting !I I i "It's awful hot In this dump. cummulating annually but they fees, but also most Southern
It was a problem until CharlesR. readily to the controls, and Auxiliary Bishop of South Florida vegetable the monarch 65. complained, Jeff are not large enough to undertake States have pending applicationsfor
Short of Clermont developed a men who fly them into the storm Dominican Banana \ ST. AUGUSTINE rAP The growers will be held here at 8 would be put up in a better hotel major road building projects. Increases matching Florida's.
machine which will do the work area will be volunteers. i Most Rev. Thomas J. McDonough, I pm. Friday in City Hall, when a'i if there was a different kind of The plan is for the Improvement

better) and cheaper. The War Department hopes Contract AffirmedMIAMI [ DD.. J.C.D" was consecrated Aux- I i proposed Florida Vegetable Com- room clerks these days. Commission to borrow mon- Livestock Market
I Short's machine works in the mission will be discussed. I II I "We woulda trot a real royal
such a flight will determine iliary Bishop of the Diocese of i ey on toll revenue certificates,
\ field,leaving the husk of the plant whether it is practical to use the [API Circuit Judge Mar- St. Augustine yesterday in an ancient I The commission would be similar reception In England where we contract with the Road Depart- Sales Hit $70,595
there to help replenish the soil. shall C. Wlseheart yesterday | to the Florida Citrus Commission planned to hold our international ment to
solemn of the build the
big ships in such violent weather, !' ceremony .' roads and let LIVESTOCK MARKET 14 state
requiring convention -
:
Injunction this
Ramie Is planted with rootstock. he said.A granted an Catholic Church. in operation it was said. The I year Davis the Road Department pay all the KISSIMMEE
The first crop Is turned back into blanket of air routes will be Frank Leslie Fraser and the ,' His eminence. Dennis Cardinal i i meeting was called by L. L. continued in calmer tones. "But" tolls out of the counties' annual| the Kissimmee [Livestock rAP Receipts on
the soil. Thereafter, a is Southeastern Terminal and : Stuckey.. president of the State Henry Wallace loused that up. Market
split of
crop tax .
woven over the entire Gulf, Carib- Miami to abide Dougherty archbishop of Philadelphia I I King Jeff said the gas surpluses. When I II this week totaled 70595.50 with
Steamship Co.. Knights'English
produced every four months. I bean and mid-Atlantic areas. by terms of a contract between'l was consecrating prelate. Vegetable Committee. I 1 i representative had cabled ,I the debt is paid, the State Road demand good and prices firm.
Routine tracks and standard oper- i The co-consecrators were the most Department take"title to the Sales details 347
him : calves $8.50
Major J. Arismendi Trujillo recently and explained that ,
VA Patients Get ating procedure are being estab- Rev. Emmet M. Walsh, D. D.. Engineers' Society road or bridge. to
brother bf the president of the [ "after all that talking Wallace has $24; 267 cows $8 to $17.50, 392
I lished now, the announcementsaid. Dominican Republic and Jack Bishop of Charleston. S. C.. and To been doing over here, an American I The State Board of Admln- steers $10 to $20.20; 74 yearlings.
ServiceLAKE Problems
Radiogram 1 \ Study Istratipn, which
Cooper, of Miami requiring all the Most Rev. J. Carroll McCor- won't be safe in England for 30 :i handles gas tax $11 to $18.50; 51 bulls. $10 ,
CITY [AP] Patients in Data the planes obtain will be bananas coming from the Dominican mick, D.C.. Auxiliary Bishop of I MIAMI BEACH [API The years." I funds of the counties approvedthe to $15.50; 119 hogs $10 to $18.50.j
the Veterans Administration here I radioed to the Weather Bureau' Republic to be sold to Sol Philadelphia. ] Florida Engineering Society will The convention he said wouldbe the scheme on condition that '
send to their Hurricane Center at Miami 'consider various Supreme Court should validate -
now can radiograms I Cohen and Co. I municipal problems a meeting of forwardlookingminds April ConstructionTotal
families free of charge via their: where forecasts are made upend Dominican Re- Federal Service at its 31st annual conven- on problems vital to the the certificates
Rafael Trujillo, bill
own amateur radio station. I sent over the entire storm president was named de- tion opening here tomorrow. future of American hobos. A has passed the Senate and at $62,100
i public
built from area. Announces Talks will be water, now is pending before the House
The hospital station Openings' j made on ..
,
I
I fendants in, the litigation. to give the Improvement [Spro! to Or r'vxi Norton, weather Commission
Grady bureau
war surplus parts by convalescing conservation, proposed rehabilitation -
in the Federal serviceas
patients. is operated by volunteer: forecaster in charge of hurricane I Openings i i and extension of the Jacksonville Game Fish, GroupTo specific authority to undertake i< DELAND-Building permits for
archivist with salary ,
,,work said the official season Davis Gets Scholarship a rangeof such transactions. '! last month here totaled $62,100,
licensed amateurs from Lake City. !, municipal water system.
from $3,397 to $7,102 annually,
Other amateur operators throughout 1'doesn't begin until June 15, but i Special[ to Orlando Morning Sentinel! and as highway engineer, salary design and construction of the Meet Wednesday Building Inspector Pam Walts reported -
the nation are co-operating in that a hurricane struck several TALLAHASSEE-Hal Davis 16, I Miami Rickenbacker Causeway, air Mute Signs ConfessionST. yesterday, three times total
I j $2.644 a year were announced ,
i [ ,
Spe'iol Orlando Mem for March
to S 19000.
taking the messages and notifying j I I, years ago during May and that member of the Quincy Future yesterday by B. W. Webster member conditioning waste disposal problems rag r-mell AUGUSTINE (APJ Police
the properrrclpient.. !:|, his bureau also would begin hurl- Farmer chapter, is this year's of the Civil Service Board here. 1: in the State, civil engineering JACKSONVILLE, director of the State C. Morgan Captain Virgil Stuart reported Your Club
TodayORLANDO
I i cane preparations in May. winner of the State Departmentof Applications lor the archivist :, at the University of Florida and Fresh Water Fish .Commission Game yesterday that Wilson Grady Eg-
Adrift i Agriculture Mayo Scholarship 1 Riviera steam electric station and gers mute from Boone, N. C. : Board of Realtors CofCBldi.
Lifebelts Found examination must reach the U.S. has announced that the U. '' had .. 12.It P.ra.
WEST PALM BEACH [AP Be- Engineer Drowns of $100 State School Supt. Copt: Civil Service. Commission, Wash- municipal problems in a resort S. Fish and Wildlife Service will signed a confession that he killeda APOPKA: Rotary Club. Cottta shop
730
tween 25 and 30 lifebelts were PENSACOLA [API Horace E. English announced this week.: ington. 25. D.C. not later than city. hold a public meeting here at the companion. Earnest Anders. 24, DAYTONA pm. BEACH: ExctUEIS Club. Oleander -
May 20. 1947 while those for the II on April 22 and dumped the body Inn. 7 p m.
found floating in the Atlantic Nathan Jr.. 25. of 36-A Society Roosevelt Hotel at 10 a.m. next
,
r Ocean off here by a charterboat St., Charleston. S. C.. deck engineer School Supervisor Dies highway engineer must be on handat James Rogers Elected Wednesday to sound out sentimentof alongside a highway in North vrw DELAND: HaU.: I Veterans p.m.: Odd flf ForUa re.lo*!. win.KefP

fisherman Capt Ken Black, and on the USS Edward Bel- ST. PETERSBURG'[APJ] James the same address not later than ;, BOCA RATON [API James L. Florida's sportsmen, particu- Carolina. Ran 8pm.: 'Kaliht of Frthiaa. Caitl
maritime officials at Miami yesterday lamy, was drowned here late yes- Francis Connolly 77. supervisorof May 13. 1947.Further I I Rogers of Seymour Ind.. was re- larly duck hunters, on establishment Hall.American 7-30 pm.Lecioa American Hut. I Lesion pm. Auxiliary.American
expressed the belief that terday after he jumped from a schools in the Philippine Islands information about either ;, elected president yesterday of the of the migratory waterfowl Stores Cut PricesJACKSONVILLE Leclon. American Lrtlon But. S P m.
they were old one discarded by a wharf to go swimming Justice of from 1901 to 1910, former or both of the openings may 'American Pharmaceutical Manu- season. [AP] Southern Grill.FROSTPROOF 12:IS p m.: Rotary Club. Hlalaa. <
ship at sea.BALDWIN the Peace L. B. Morgan said. State supervisor of rural educa- be obtained by calling on Webster, facturers' Assn. at the close of ,I division headquarters of the LAKE WALES: Klvania Club.. BcmlnolaIDD.
-- - tion in Connecticut for 25 years at the inquiry window in the Or- the group's annual meeting here. To start research on the atomic : A and P Food Stores which Includes MOUNT. 12'10 DORA P m. : KlwtnU Club. Community -

rVERRPONDPIANOS 1 Police Investigate Death died at a hospital here yesterday. lando Post Office.1300Delegates i Gerald Smith of New York and bomb a fund of $,000 was made 11 States said yesterday BId,,. 12.IS P'".
I TAMPA [AP Police i I Kenneth Flint Decatur Ill, were available in February 1940. That i[ prices of all soap and soap prod- 8EBRINO.Colfe. Shop.Chamber 1230 of Pm Commerce, raber'a -
yesterdaywere Ambassador to Arrive : Expected named vice-presidents and Edgari was the beginning of the $2 bil- I I ucts had been cut 10 per cent inline ,' TAVARES KlwanU Club Hitching Post
Authorized Sales and Serviceaetlslsbing investigating the death of a i Patch. Stoneham, Mass., re-elect- lion expenditure necessary to complete 'i with manufacturers' redacI Dlnlni Room. 12'IS p m.
/ aid RrpalriatROBINSON'MUSIC seaman whose body was found ina MIAMI TAP! Frank P. Corrigan: MIAMI [lAP] Approximately 300 I ed treasurer. 1 I I the bomb. I'I tions. WINTER HAVEN. Rotary Club Harts
I vacant lot. Detective Inspector U. S. Ambassador to Venezuela delegates are expected for the an-I Hotel. 12.30 pm.Vv

co. D. D. Stephens said papers on the was scheduled to arrive here late nual two-day conference of the

in N. Orange Tel. uai !|I body bore the name John F. John- last night from Caracas. Pan- i(I' Florida Tuberculosis and Health
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TO THE PEOPLE OF FLORIDA! _

Carl Ray and I, operators of Florida's Inter- I,
nationly known underwater fairyland gratefully I

thank you for all the fine things you said about
Silver Springs this Winter.As .

a result] we're proud to say WE BROKE
ALL RECORDS FOR BUSINESS!

And Florida's best Summer In history Is just Joc
ahead!

In your vacation plans consider spending at aul r li
least a day at beautiful Silver Sprints. It's Amer SERVICE
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the approach of the Sum. -. ,
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,Reports on the district ,.1!drive to eliminate flies in Orlan I 1'4 a ,
do's I 250 restaurants and eating
lion which end.
at Daytona Beach i
'places, at the same time requiring I eI + :.
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meeting at Whiter Park last Hotel Commission regulations by :,S

Thursday were given at the Rotary 'food. handlers. Dr. George Ed I .ra /

Club luncheon yesterday. I.wards, city physician! :: reported s.,
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Milton S. Vergowe reported that Purpose of the drive is make / ,
there was a fine turnout at the healthful 'd xy '
Orlando the most city
Winter Park meeting. Paul sUn I in the State from the standpoint .' NEW DINNERWARE zJ
for the newly I
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governor and minimize
of Its eating places
created district 167-C. said the old Ir I
outbreak of
I the possible some contagious .
district 167 had been split Into : diseases. I' Copy of ,
sections because it had been r three I I The drive Is headed by Sanitary r ,
too big for one person to handle. .
HAVILANDDECORATION
Inspectors Joseph A. Qibeault d, 'lt '.'
Other reports and impressionsof I and Scott F. Conoley in cooperation ..,. '
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given by H. H. Fikret. James B. ':, Hotel Commission inspector. i 4 x.' w.- -"/
Donald G. W, in Summer Ir t./
Keith and Cheney. i "Flies are none I t '
Lawton introduced the speakers.i k I than any other time and we mil x
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Reproductions the
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The Grand Canyon of the Colo I are."Gibeanlt said. "We're nrgIng ( 'i, h a. e d,
I Old Boston and Salem
rado River is 278 miles long. At restaurant owners to eliminate
one point it is 13 miles wide and flit by the use of fans or II 62 PC. "n ,

6,000 feet deep r screen doon.I y SERVICEFOR i tt 5ti y < r< I '
I close <,6 ROCKERSTraditional
could
"It is possible we : y "' P
up some eating places for failure : EIGHT <

Flaro -RIc6I NuMttoutl to eliminate flies, but we don't I tiV.. 4 t s
want to do that. So far ue. have $22.50When 4
I beauty of New England crafts-
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A DIXIEMARGARINE me places Inspected. ,; 1 manshlp in our reproductions of two

"However, if something isa'tdone i mother was a gir1.'famous Havlland r 4P rA famous favorite antique rocking chairs.

about flies we might have an created a pattern of soft pink green and
epidemic of sown sort such as 4 d Gnt. .
lavender on pale ivory and edged it with gold

'''polio warm which months.is"more prevalent in : -here is our lovely reproduction. .,t, ..L r' Boston Rockers ..._.._._.. $19.50

KRETOLfS In requiring compliance with

I State Hotel commission regula ,, .' -; Salem Rockers.._....... $24,50 *
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lions Gibeault said rim testa were r .. ,,-- /.. Y. '

being taken by Dr. I.. A. Scrib- ..'-' -- .. ti .
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/ MURDERMfiBQTTLi to determine whether &silverware .

plates cup and glasses are being Perhaps she hasn't mentioned it. but she'd appreciate
terilized.as required by the Commission.

J, j the thoughtfulness of a lasting gift from
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the sterilization of dishes of these for homemaking .,. .
BUGS> placed on f one shining suggestions happy "
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have been reported in the city as I '-"' :.,::

(iMaMI PEP having been contracted' at local Il l .. ;
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TlMM(...... Ik*Man MM or hotter or some ... \ : c. Styled South this spring : ,
..y to kKll.*.I*wirtcrel. SMOlUf t*.!ti.tee agent for at least two minutes j' : ::u. x seated rich reproduction chair of solid Honduras ,
MM ad.elwt!. rye. Ned!::::!Le.ad.i.aj Men *aw after washing and dried in : i; mahogany, by Karpen. ..
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1.iktte ndt.eh. Mel N w t1.1. air without being wiped. Gibeault i iI t. $62.50 and $79.50 .
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1M "'" 4.1 .114 oct 11'-- not .; ) .
MT. .*, fa....vwk e4 .ta* *..O-Ue tfKmrldi and glasses are \ y .
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../. etlMr..oeM Orutfitt. Omln C... toweL If there is any bacteria BISCUIT TUFTED "PARKWAY" CHAIRIf
Lae Ma.aerel4 N. V.
it will only be draiged from one
dish to another or one glass to she's locking for old-fashioned: comfort in a ,. -?
another by using a toweL As NEW ,STEMWAREThree bright lime upholstery. our tufted double-spring

PINWORMSNOW a result instead of one dish or cushioned Parkway. i ,
flans or piece of silverware[ being popular patterns arrive in time for Mother's Q C f

CAN BE BEATEN infected all are infected." I Day-Tropic Rose. Jefferson and Greencastle. decW w C by TOMLINSON $155.00

Drug stores and drinking placesare orating delicate stemware in goblets, iced teas and
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know._tan.. sad Million .f vi*. the worst offenders of the iherbert glasses for sparkling dinners. .
thought* nj to U-1 wHk Ukt sterilization requirements, Gib- HIGH GRADE OCCASIONAL CHAIRS .
that lira fusels the hamaa body.
pet I eault said adding, "some of them
Today thuka to apcetai. wndieatbr1'eooiaieoa '
... Idlllf a .e<.eU.. troat.. j are using glasses that are not always : Occasional chairs,.always welcome, never more
scoot haa been mad poniU Tbia 4rt .to sterilized properly. If theydon't II '
beautiful than these either tapestry or plastic
tit.ital iamdicat In P-W.UM Pta-W* .
do something about that ,
taliku derclop..l..UM t laboraleriw Dr. of 'i ) covered.
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1 well have to require them to use ; 1 o.
IX Ja/a Soa.Tte j <;;;r- ft
and
.mall. wr-Istat.P-W UUt ad paper cups altogether. I .-- t!. $45.00 $59.50 $75.00
n a iPMial way to rotor Pta-WanM.Sodoat >
.offer vita .... .mbarrajaiar rectal : Most managers and operators I \ PRESTO COOKERS .
Itch nosed by thl ocly at Aik yaw appear ready to co-operate in ;; ;.
dnttrtar A rw..d teUov taDon't I remedying situations brought to, new'reduced WING-BACK TYPE CHAIRS
w... I at a price \ --
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restaurant operator who .', ,;:. Email and large wing back chairs, invitation to

was given notice to clean up his I gracious living in a variety of beautiful fabrics.
place hired a crew of five which i $12.95 ,, ,.

>i Delay, Get Ready worked all night and had the w ., $69.50 $75.00 $79.50
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place completely clean one day I '
r $115.00 & $150.00 each
: Now for Summer Comfort I after the notice, Gibeault pointed : y.

out."One A grand opportunity to buy mother that ate., ? ..r
Let" arraoc NOW for Summer thing that makes It hard Presto cooker she's wanted at a new '

Comfort for yourself your office for managers is the constant turn- reduced price-and you'll save her many '"' "' '
yom stop Arranrcmentt over in help" Gibeault said. t>
mad now win tntura fflcJency. "About time they get workers precious hours in the kitchen with this x : 1

Ting comfort when it needed broken hi on the proper methodsof lasting time-saver. ';aaa

most sterilization somebody quits '
and then instructions have to be A FINE BARREL-BACK CHAIRMother 1

repeated all over again to who 1 .
i ever 1s hired. That makes it hard ,. .. w
, Carrier ,y will love relaxing In a comfortable barrel]*
for managers to know whether all *

I 'i. iIi i"I of their help are familiar with ': back chair-a'beautiful gUt from the whole family

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Air I ConditioningInstalled PLEADS NOT GUILTY J; STAINLESS STEEL : .
Hattie Mae WhItehead. Negro, : a '
yesterday pled not guilty to a FLATWARE $55.00 $78.50 $85.00 $89.50

and Serviced by charge of aggravated assault before w ,;

Peace Justice Eugene O. r

Duckworth and was bound over to .
FALKNERINC. the criminal court of record. A """ Ideal for everyday use. i r Furniture-lve" Tifth Floor ri. .:
warrant in the case declares that this new. smart-look .

she hurled hot potash on Albert ing pattern In stainless .
Hurst another Negro. Judge steel service for -
Duckworth set bond in the case six to stay bright and ;7i.J.

For Sales and ServiceInformatloa I at 1300. which the woman made. I gleaming. .


Light travels about twothirdsas '...
Ph. 9889 1620-2C N. Orange fast in glass as it does in I 1 ,
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Rust Proof N. CrulftC' Tile "; SCATTER RUG ; F.r, .,.. ', r
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surface takes and holds the
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floor will save mother minutes-a-day in straightening _
not rust or corrode. .
It out. In room-harmoaiiat colors. 1 j
Store hours: >:nnu .
: FHA APPROVED '.. to S,30 pjn. 1
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Church was the scene of the ceremony in the presence of rela- ,

J.wedding yesterday at :5 p.m. when j lives and friends of the couple. I II/_
r$. Betty Jean Walters, I The chapel was decorated with
ter of Mrs... Edward J. d8.USh-1 white roses snapdragons and J;_ Ssi.
and the late Mr. Kretchingr gladioli, against a background of ])
city, was married to Frederick greenery'and lighted tapers in Beauty Salon
Rosecrans. son of Mrs. John candelabra.The .
Rosecrans and the late Mr. A.I bride wore an afternoon I
dress of pale pink linen, fashioned S
crans. also of this city.
along princess lines with trim-
Dr. John Branscomb, minister I ming of robin's egg blue linen and Featuring .
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pearl beading. Her hat was of I -
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robin's egg blue and her other E ; Pat Hartly's"HEARTBEAT"
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I Miss Carol Rosecrans, sister of Ii I :: MAndiw
.., AnniversaryCelebration i the bridegroom, was maid of I II
I honor and chose a robin's egg Pulls a Fast One ,
.blue linen dress with coral trim- I
. ming. She wore a Panama hat I 't it's Zippered!'
I with coral ribbon and coral acces
Approximately 275 members of sories. A corsage of talisman I :: I t t7ik'
the Order of Eastern Star met at I, rases completed her costume.I I "Magic Fingers'of the Harrllp s. +
Jr.. acted '
the Masonic Temple this week to George Dougherty as
celebrate the silver anniversary of best man. I
Orlando Chapter 131, OES. and A reception was held' at the I
to honor the chapter's four char-\ home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Preston '

ter Kate members M. Shaw sisters Nannie Rose Cohoon Ward, ing. the 6 S.ceremony.Lawsona Blvd.The. follow bride'stable right down the front, for quick

and The Katie room D.was Easton.decorated with : tiered was wedding centered cake with, flanked a three-by'jl entrance-and-exit, for undisturbed

red silver roses candelabra, and 25 silver silver stars sprays rep-, I Assisting arrangements Mrs. of Preston white were flowers the I\I I Mr. Andrew shapes your hair and creates' a permanent which smoothness under the stitched fly

patrons.resenting the past matrons and Leslie Mmes. Jackson.Gladys Lamberton Rufus Rogers, John responds to a flick of a comb. A hairdress for any occasion whether : t r I / closing. That's your pet classic In

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Kenneth .
Richard Heffernan I '
Charter members received gifts
resistant
and corsages and were seated in I Arnet. Norman Rehse, Richard it's a casual easy-to-wear or a more formal effect that reflects yourpersonality I creas rayon gabardine,
Mills and the Misses Katherine ;,
the East. Brothers George Turner L Kool-mist Reobamba.
p or Blue, ,
'Brinsfield and Breitinger. aqua
and Chester Cornwall, past grand I Beryl \ in new beauty!
patrons; sisters Mary Turner ; Mrs. Preston received guests, with in I 3 grey, beige, lilac, saddle tan or white. ...
dusty rose
grand electa r Minnie Regener a crepe gown
green accessories and a dusty rose I r
grand instructor and Nellie
W hat. wearing a corsage of white I You cordially invited in at convenience for
Thorpe grand representative were carnations. The ,bride's mother are to. come your a
also honored guests. There were
Sb9tol5 12.95
a dress of powder blue crepe I I
21 of the chapter's past matrons with wore pink accessories and a' corsage I complimentary consultation en your own individual hair problems and .A
and two patrons who were complimented
of white carnations,while the :
by' a pageant and lovely
bridegroom's mother chose a black coiffure styling.
lifts: Other chapters were repre-
and white printed white
crepe
sented with the presence of 27
accessories and a white carna-
past matrons and patrons.
Many gifts were presented the tion The corsage.couple left on a wedding Beautiful Coiffures at Moderate Prices
charter in honor of its anniver-
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trip to the East Coast the bride
sary. These came from Pioneer traveling in a two-piece suit of '
99, 190. I' l
Chapter Mizpah Chapter powder blue, with white accessories
Homer Tinklepaugh and family;
and an orchid corsage. "b
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Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Allen and After May 15 they will be at homeat 1
NadIne Burge and her husband.Of I 516 E. Gore Ave.Outoftown : Beauty Salon Mezzanine ;
guests for the wed I ,
the 7 pounds of cheese consumed : ding included Mr1 and Mrs. Walter -I Y Phone 4134
by' the average Americanin Ahrens. and H. W. Rosecrans I
1948, 4.8 pounds were Ameri- i of Ocala; and Mrs. Richard Hef-j II
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I'- DELUXE DRY CLEANING Two Entertain for ood about eJ/f/fzaj/ 1tMidaT Theme in Gala Large Shipments Just Arrived


Try Our BERLOU Moth Proofing Guaranteed. Alterations ASPHALT TILE-8 Different Color

and Quality a.pain-Watrr Finishing.CITY Proofing. Expert Spotting and Large Group Rollins Show"If 0 INLAID UNOtEUM-7 Different Colors

!. IVANHOE )\) (()) The Show Fits." the forthcoming -
CLEANERS I' LAUNDRYS9 At CoffeeOne presentation at the Annie I I All Types COUNTER-TOP METAL P
7557 1 1630 N. Orange Ph. << t
Colonial Dr.-Flu 5594 Russell Theater Rollins College
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of the most attractive of By Society Editor win disabuse the minds of those Armstrong's Quaker

the Spring social events was the I RECEPTION WHICH Mrs. Grace Phillips Johnson who consider the Independents a
gives an-
THINKING ABOUT BUILDING? I THE i set of rugged Individualists antisocial I AMERICAN RUG AND LINOLEUM GO.
morning coffee given yesterday at in the Spring at her lovely home. "O-Po-Le-O," is always I kulaks or what have you. '
Home Built at CONTACT a. Price to US save you money the Orlando Country Club, when looked forward to by her many friends as a delightful occasion. This i The Independents are putting I I 863 North Orange Ave. Phone 2-2488
2 to 3-Bedroom Home. 17.000 up.: Mrs. Carl Tegder and Mrs. Paul I year the affair will be held on the terrace overlooking Lake Concord. on this production in aid of the
I Week Will Also Complete Remodeling Your Home. Meredith entertained a large and the Hungerford Singers will Rollins V-E Fund a very social
338 Brassie Phone again sing for the guests. r r a gpa d. gesture in itself and are including -
LEWIS BUILDERS INC. group of their friends. ,I in the performance most of the
Drive 2-2693 Mrs. Johnson has invited her I '
The club decorated throughout
was FOR THIS WEEK
foreign students at Rollins. Since'
I friends to call between 8:30: and
with masses of colorful Springflcrvers
in various colors and 11:30: PJTL, and will be assisted in they language are using of songs the world in almost except I f WARE SOFA BEDS
REPAIRINGREMODELING entertaining by her house guests, every 4' ,
sizes.Mrs. Urdu. Pushtu and Ta alog. the''
Leon B. Fort and Mrs. and Mrs. '
ALTERATIONS Mrs. George Stitzinger affair will be like a meeting of FINE COVERS'
REPLACEMENTS ADDITIONS Clarence A. Brown received guests I Skye V. Straley and the Mmes. the Rollins Branch of UNESCO. S .50
Quality Materials & Workmanship at the door. Mrs V. W. Estes George W. Johnson. Carl C. Hall. "If The Show Fits" has been I Beautiful a ,
i DRY CYPRESS ON HAND and Mrs. William M. Davis served i B. M. Alleman. O. P. Swope, How- hatching for a year. Ever since At Diy
the coffee from a table decorated ard Sayre. Francis Lafon, Fred- last year's success "Make Mine' EXTRA BED (
.t
C. E. HUDSON with yellow and pink garden flow [Were $89.501
Barbara Lewis and At Sight
i Fantasy. Paula
Phone %2-4487 1133 W. Church St. erick E. Godfrey, John W. Freeman -
GENERAL CONTRACTOR ers.Others assisting the two host- Sam Ricker Jay H. Staley Shapiro, this year's authors, producers -
Allie Dickson. L. C. Ingram. Cal- A stage managers and prac-
esses were the Mmes. sylvan Mc- tically everything else, have been I -
Elroy Joseph Coquillard, Champ vin West Joe M. McCormick. William a talking it over. FURNITURE
Williams J. M. McCormick, Akin Frank Tower WilliamA. is
Talent plentiful at Rollins
Charles O. Andrews Gilbert Osin- Jayne. Eric Ravndal Robert r.\ic: : this year and instead of havingto ?*** c/t 458.6O1E ORANGE AVE. ..Ori** **
:. cup, A. B. Watrous. William Shar- Howard. John N. Huttig and New- take what there was, available I- -
key. E. D. Oestricher. L. A. Blake, have
ton McCullough. the Independents been able
T. J. Lindorff. A. H. Smith Jr. r> r> o to pick and choose. The local
Andrew W. Tomes. Forrest Robertson HAS BEEN received here angle has been discarded entirely I ) .' 'i\" "' X
Harry M. Voorhis and WORD and the audience will be taken on''' 1' p.&IJ.:. ___ -
Eugene Reasor.Country. marriage of Miss Phyl- ic
'I !
a trip round the world with the
( lis Jean Dobbert daughter of Mr. ,
1nqw I most amusing and beautiful enter- /
hI.M Club and Mrs. George Dobbert of this tainment of every place chosen for ... t.'w. -. ."
.1 I city to John M. Craig son of Mr. them and presented against a I J ,.... ; .
MRS. GRACE JOHNSONIll. ., .
and Mrs. John Craig of Harvey. background of beautiful scenery. I w .
Dance SetSaturday ., which took place recently at entertaining tonight. The play will be held next Wed- .- .
Mammoth Cave. Ky. Following a wedding trip to Niagara Falls N. Y. nesday and Thursday at 8:15: p.m. Steel Gym Sets. Steel Gliders. Teeters. SandBoxes

May 11th is Her Big Day the couple will reside in Harvey. I Bicycles, Tricycles. Scooters. Pedal Automobiles -

000A i Wagons Toys and Games for all occa-
I N INFORMAL TEA will be"given today from 4 to 5:30 p.m. by Mrs. Rosalind Club sions.

t this Year! So for Mother's The Orlando Country Club has George H. Kittredge at her home on Cherokee Dr. to honor her
issued Invitations to its membersfor
mother, Mrs. Esther P. Drayton. The latter is here from St. Peters- Sets
"A Good Old Summertime May Day CLOSED
Dance" to be held Saturday from burg for a visit and today is her 86th birthday. ,
: Own Day, gladden her 10 p.m. to 1 pjn. at the club. Presiding at the tea table which will be decorated with a lavish 214 N. Orange ALL DAY

The affair will be informal arrangement of yellow and lavender Spring flowers, will be the Mmes. Party TodayAt Tel. 6668 WEDNESDAYPOLISHES
and music will be furnished by George H. Kittredge Jr. and Conway Kittredge. Mrs. Robert R. Tyre I
heart with a gift she'll Stewart Martin's orchestra. will receive the guests at the door. the weekly bridge tea of the ,
000 Rosalind Club today a special May
Day party will be held.
a r'AT l WHEN THE DEPARTMENT Convention of the United Spanish War '
M'-- Bridges will begin at 3 p.m. at
treasure... a dress, a WINTER *I' Veterans Auxiliary is held in Tampa Sunday through Wednes- the clubhouse on Lake Eola, Tea I
> On 312 Clock and North S14 No.o. the Park Mtoffloo Ave. I I tay: Florence Le Fever Orlando Senior High School student, will guests are invited for 4:30: pm AND CLEANS
.Bandkprchiefsi serve as page. Mrs. Anna Gust, depart- ': when the special May Day program -
r fURNIWRElNONELINK
thoughtful gift she'll enjoyfor i 'II ment president of St. Petersburg, has appointed -f I will be presented.
t Florence and Patrick Allen of This week Mrs. A. N. Goodwin

r4 8ARnEtJ i Jacksonville to serve as the two pages.A I is chairman of the hospitality l
t 7 committee and will be assisted by 4Yx
7I L@ K senior at OHS and talented
months to come. I 1 L1REnslwromtf II a Mrs. Warren Parks vice-chair-
r1 !j [j vocalist. Florence also served as page at man and the Mmes. Frank r..
...."s'e'rnena t| the 1946 convention. II Mebane. James N. Burden, L. M. '
t
vt I US [f Among the members of the Orlando Hull Charles Lartigue J. T. Raper,
i 1 1I 1i .1r.
I I ,Monotrammtns _,_ ..1 Auxiliary USWV who are planning to attend I George Edwards. Harold S. Ham- Iww r r .rr '

Last WeekCLOSING A the convention are the Mmes. Rose lin Louis M. Orr. Thomas Settle CREAM I
t Steiger. Emmett Boggs Ralph LeFevit" and A. Tinsley West.

William Combos Charles Barrows and (
+ Come in Today, for the perfect I Elsie I Joliet and MarQuette the explorers POLISH
Hinchey.o
For the Season o oMRS. found coal near Utica.
t i 'f1 I Ill. in 1673. Just wipe this wonderful polish on your
Mother's'Day.GiftJor Your Mom J. E. O'BRIEN and daughter.
II
3d Last -- --
May Day finest furniture and .Lin-xCream.
left this week for Fon du Lac,
l I 't.. Wls- where Mr. O'Brien will be engagedFLORENCE A ofWATCH Polish cleans as it polishes..leaves a hard,
Bay Your Wedding p/cfurc
s sI I LE FEVER in business. Mrs. O'Brien and her daugh- lilt! lustrous, wear-resistant finish. Because it ,

\ Mothers Day and appointed page. ter have resided here for some time contains wax, it leaves no oily film
Engagement Gifts Now. Mrs. W. B. Scales left yesterday for Washington D. C. where she will r
I I I
A Order YourMnframm4 spend some time before going to her home in California. For several I PRODUCT OF SHERWIH-WILLIAMS RESEARCH
Christmas weeks -Mrs. Scales has been the house guest of her son-in-law and

/ Gift Now. daughter. Cot and Mrs. Early E. W. Duncan, here and has been en- cviit/ix-
I 7falt At we do not return early .In tho I tertained at several informal social gatherings. Mrs. Joseph A. SOLD AT DRUG, GROCERY HARDWARE,

for Fall Christmas to complete' delivery.Gentlemen's monogram. order McMillan of Eglin Field is here: for a visit with her mother. Mrs. GW LAWTON
VARIETY AND
DEPARTMENT STORES
t Bessie Mooty, and her sister Mrs. Maynard Evans Jr. Capt. McMillanwill PAINT, ff

1 Monogrammed Join his wife the end of this week for a two-week vacation at I CUM Wibhiulin IB bell orals. THE SMERWIN-WiLLIAMS CO.m"N. ORINGC" AVE.
PHONE ISC
Linen Handkerchiefs Daytona Beach. I
t -- -- --
3 for B for 12 for -
57 West Church Street It it

67.05 $U.l"T $2910 t Mrs.\ Branch Mrs.\ Duck worth

,

Ih,. ,t Plan Large Tea for FridayProminent Once again Dickson & Ives brings you

I among- the social Jones Sam Ricker. E. Harold .

I' events planned for the coming 1 Johnson.Johnson Sidney Chester Swope.C. Magruder Clarence?, ,, another of the smart and stylish e :
DRESSES for is ,tea which:
weekend the large at
+ j Manly Duck<;l'orth. William Duck-
..
Mrs. Robert Duckworth and Mrs. worth. R. K. Cole, Robert Riddle, ,
1 { William S. Branch Jr. will enter- Benjamin Abberger. A. H. Easier
,' thin Friday from 4 to 6 p.m. at Charles M. Goodman. T. B. Gau-
the Rosalind Club. I tier. Benjamin G. FLshback. Hol-
C' Warm Weather Wear Greeting the guests at the door loway Clark. Timothy B. Merrill
)! : will be Mrs. A. H. Smith Jr. and and John Nelms.
I Mrs. L. A. Blake. 1 I II
| There will be two tea tables. nd -
InstallationAtKaleyPTA
I presiding at them during the first 1tOurn4
hour will be the Mmes. G. W. Es-
kt I
Y tes, M. O. Overstreet. Eugene j
Duckworth. Grace G Reed and
(95
Paul Meredith. During!: the second ,
hour the Mmes. G. W. Estes T. <'.;'
Cool materials can beG J. Lindorff Louis Dolive and W. Meeting Today I

r M. Davis will preside. I I Installation of incoming officers ir

t made into attractive, Others assisting at the large affair will be the main feature of the :
will be the Mmes. Charles
Kaley Ave. Parent-Teachers meet-
ing to be held today at 8 in
stylish dresses. See our p.m. .
,. -
the school auditorium. ,,' ')i"-ik"-
QUALITY I l TOYS I II ,
I large assortment of Mrs. Ralph Miller Orange "
County Council of P-TA presi- 1'r
\ F ur (.iris and IJ .
dent, will serve as installing officer -
lovely summer dresses. for the following: Mrs. D. R.

I-- TOYLANDOK I Mansolo, re-elected as president;:
iY- Mrs. C. H. Langston. first vice-

_. "' <>:c.__ A 'I president: Miss Evelyn Long, second -
I I vice-president: Mrs. C. Blakey, SIDELINE SPECTATORWhite
9 secretary: Mrs. E. E. Leggett.
t tr treasurer; and Mrs. James Seuell
BULLDOG historian.
r
I Mrs. Mansolo will preside and buckskin with rich brown
final reports for the year will be ;
STRIPED COTTON WEED CUTTERand ghen. A social hour will follow. calf trim.
I + All articles for the Overseas
II I
.1 Teachers' Kit should be brought to
LAWN MOWER this meeting.

:; f f Just. the thing for street 11.95,


t or house wear. This particular ', '


"r I, r f ; one comes in i Y a : -'.. -


) t blue, red, black and y, \"-
a
t -
r ; t pink, black and yellow. finer k: 1 Lj

Sizes 1020.: t
f e I It The Whistling OysterIs y;

t having a ,"

Perfectly Wonderful

JERSEY or CREPE .
.
;-

I Cool and tS POWER! l!i h.p four-cycle gas SaleThis
comfortable. Solid motor. Cuts everything including
: under brush.WHEELS .
I -
colors or in printed designs. :: Sale Includes: .. ,:
} ",
Sizes 12-18. t.;;;" Interference.to five maximum! IS" high.clearance Placed,on and aide no Lamps tables pictures: :: Gallery talk from every angle your barefoot Original "Spec*

: purses. Jewelry handkerchiefs: '
\
Jt PCSHES! Less effort than a hand- desk sets book ends waste- I with'the extension sole wall toe and decorative strip across the vamp.
..
.At mower. baskets; vases trays glassware:
':' I ( : mantel mirrors figures:
; t* urns
., .;' EDGES! Alone curbs road mar- frames portfolios dictionaries; I Classic? Yes! But with a difference! .';",
gins etc. Cuts hangover grass.
'I ", dolls and toys.
I -... stationery,
..
DIGGING! Blade cannot dig. reath- Churchill throws scarfs and .
er eight mower floats. Can be blankets.
raised 1" to $". '
I "we Cloth' I The most wonderful Christmas: !
k1 "We tsralshtk. AT LAST A POWERFUL LICHT ; -
cards you ever saw for five .. I
ramay" : ,
WEIGHT MOWER. WEEDCUTTERnd
I., the Home" cents. .' 1
l I CLEANUP JoIACHINE.I J:

Many People are Buying )JP"
Wedding Presents in Advance.
I McClelland Equipment Co. Exclusive in Orlando with Us! ,
h The Whistling Oyster label ;
.t 1'1 WEST CHURCH AT- IIUGHEY ST. 826 X. MIAMI AVE. adds distinction to your gift. Shoe Salon Street Floor

I j. MIAMI FLA. On patio reached from 120 N. I ,

Orange and 35 Washington


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i Prunes are the Ideal fruit for Thursday, May 1 1947.
Urlanim
1 I I'upside-down cake.Vitamin I fflnrntng frwtinrl Page 15

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I.n.. I.. .. ,!.*. ...Hfc s.w .. I r.j! ,- ,.. Winter Park News Boys' Chorus
.. -? ---. ;; CASH
: NOT
lutk.) ONI, wlteHwi tits...COI..I ... ;.z... ..a ::;-. '. NEEDED
fw Mmht K+W r f
nmfwtl Try 0...'_... M _, ;: ,. On Most Cars Aa
I' a ._....".i 9k.............'''"j Ir MARGARET GREENE Taking Part e r Work-Paintin*.-New Mechanical Tires-Seat Repairs-Body Covers, etc.and Can Wreck Be

.] :taiIJ : 44 i ,1JOIfl Telephone Winter Perk! 233-Hours 11.12 and 45. Monday Through Friday Had On Our Easy Budget Platv-Come la-Let Us Explain


--SAN JUAN PHARMACY j Forff4ed WITH'[Club JEAN Editor YOTHEK] Zoning Change Winter ParkBrevities In ConcertOne of the featured groups tonight j I 62 W. COLONIAL STIVERS-PONTIAC_ _...__ PHONE 2.2310MOTHER'S

III at the Orlando High School!,
CENTRAL H.OKIDA-S LARGEST DISTRIBUTOR \ Princeton Parent -Teachers I
I Choristers Annual Spring Concert I
OF OFFICE EQUIPMENT Assn. will Install Its officers for
will be the combined Boys' Chorusof ------
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: 1947-48 today at 3 pjn. in the Protests HeardWINTER --
SPECIAL THIS/ WEEK 'school auditorium. Mrs. Bu- WINTER PARK The Fire the ninth tenth, eleventh anc'
I ford Vaughan. retiring president. Department has received its new twelfth grades from Memorial anc
Yelbw'' Second Sheets I will preside during the business PARK Protests. truck with a pumper 50 per cent Cherokee Junior High Schools anc:
. 1 meeting and Mrs. Ralph Miller against any Industries east of the I bigger than its previous equip- Orlando Senior High.
Boys of the chorus are: Thoma'
i Orange County Council of P-TA ACL. railroad tracks and against ment.
SOc. Per ReamWE I president will conduct the installation any commercial buildings In the I I Mrs. Marvin Pittman. represent- Pulsifer. Ray Lilley Dick Skid- DAY
ceremony. .The fifth and I Aloma section were voiced Tuesday 1 Ing the newly-organized Pilot I more Annen Currie. Nickie Belitz
Pholl 8158 sixth grade pupils will present a 'i night at the public hearing'I Club of Winter Park attended the John Ccggin Eugene Wilson
DELIVER ISS.: MalnSt. Bobby Servos Sherwood Evans SPECIALS
I II
program of music under the direction called by the City Commission to district meeting In Ocala over the
of Miss Marie Hershey I get public reaction to the proposed I. weekend. I Walter Barnes Donald Bang. Mar-
vin Ivey Bob Anderson.
one of Orange County music sup- zoning map. I I Kenneth Wacker Ray Greene Henry w
Judson
ervisors. Mrs. John Mallonbe will There was an expressed hope Bill Edwards. Lawrence Gentile Jr. Murray, Bailey David
. A COOL SUMMER give the devotional. that certain areas would be zoned I[ and Neil Kapp of the Rotary Canada.. Ronnie Kirkland. BillieEdwards.
FOR Jimmie Cheek. Bill
4 Korp.
000 for picturesque apartment houseson Club attended the district meetIng -
Marks Street P-TA is sponsor- the order of the Barbour Apts. at Daytona Beach this week. Ronald Hayes. Billy Stopher, Joe 0o cuix
Warren, Harold
Spivey John Andrews
ing Its annual May Day Festival Property-owners who feel that I Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Abele leave -
INSTALL today at 5 pjn. on the school new building lines would confiscate '''tomorrow for Atlanta after visitIng Carlisle Prather. Jack
1p" grounds. The traditional May too much valuable commer- his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Kelk Glover Stump. Martin Jensen -
,
i Queen and King will hold court cial property let that opinion be George B. Abele.Veterinarian Jimmie Greer. Jimmie Hale, 1
ATTIC with their attendants on a flower heard, also.George I I'| will be at police Dick Andrews. Charles Lancaster,
I decked throne and witness a colorful W. Simons, professional -. headquarters today from 9 a.m. Edward Crawford. Glen Cole, ;
John Crow ell. Dale Mikell Wil- ove
pageant of costumed dances city-planner of Jacksonville to noon for innouclations. E t"Y
t FAN songs and the winding of the who assisted the ZoningPlanning Miss Matilda Campbell leaves liam Parkinson John Kirst. 9 j 1 1a
j May pole. Mrs. J. R. Chappell is Commission In preparing today for Toledo Ohio. John Louvonne Austin. Carl Byerley J ,
general chairman of the festival. the map for the City Com- Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Spooner have Morohishi Roy Lewis Mel- I
24" to 48" 000 mission, explained details.It gone to North Bridgton, Maine vin Curry, Larry Poole Johnny \
I was explained by Mayor B. for the Summer. Smith. Dan Davis. Billy Lunsford
Central \
Two first grades of West ; such
We Handle Leading John Yates. J. C Smith, Fred a pretty
School will present "Tom Thumb R. Coleman who presided thatas I Mrs. Cora Upmeyer, who has
National Known = = 1 I Wedding" today at 7:45 pm. in a new zoning ordinance Is I been visiting her mother, Mrs. j i Mauk. Jim Maynard, Bill Austin. half-size dress
ManufacturersPRICES the school auditorium. This event adopted replacing the one passed I Marie Archer and her sister. Mrs. I Deane Barnes. David Kemper
I which is being sponsored by the in 1933 there will be a Board of I Elsie Hamilton, has gone to St. I Norman Byerley Jim Block. How-
ard Woolf DeWayne Free William It ( t' in Eloomsbur 9rs
West Central P-TA is being given Adjustment appointed to which Petersburg. :
$84 to $198Installation I for the benefit of purchasing a all matters of zoning may be re- Dr. and Mrs. R. T. Congdon Carver Charles Emerson. Bill .r
[ extra] V i moving picture projector for the I ferred. I' have returned to Canajoharie. Rod Benton Muroski Ed Nicholas- Bob White 4 f bemberg rayon
Mayor Coleman 'N. Y.. for the Summer. ,
": I school. Mrs. Elizabeth S. Mar- urged everyone -
IMMEDIATE DELIVERY "---- tin and Miss Meredith Neel. first who has a particular mat- I Mr .and Mrs. W. A. Kimball and Directors are Miss Mildred Gibb sheer. breeze
grade teachers the directorsfor ter to discuss about the new Mrs. Nola Jones have gone to'! Cherokee; Law Mallard Memorial:
.* IN STOCK I are ordinance to Windham. N. H., for the Summer. and Mrs. Julia K. Campbell, Senio t
FREE ESTIMATES NOW the affair. The program will come to the City I Hish light, washable
be preceded by a supper in the Hall some time this week to Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Dickinson i
The concert is scheduled for r
lunchroom. Serving will begin at discuss it with himself or City I have returned to Charleston. W.
H. A. DAUGHBTY & CO. 5 pjn. and admission is 75 cents. MJT. Clifford McKibberu The Va. after visiting their daughter pm. in. the Senior High auditorium
O O OHUlcrest ordinance will be brought up for Mrs. Turner Ratrie. and family PRICE
.{ P-TA will meet todayat first reading Monday night. I I Mrs. William Dana Street and
ROBINSON r AT BUMBY PHONE 22456MONUMENTS idaughter Katherine have gone to Birth Announcements $12.97
3 pm. in the school auditoriumwith Proposed map will be on display -
Mrs. C. N. Prather. retiring I at the City Hall for Inspec- White Plains, N. Y., for the SumI I Mr. and Mrs. David Chappp'

president, presiding. Mrs. A. G. tion and study. I mer.Mr. are announcing! the birth of t
and Mrs. J. H. Dunham
otfice and field
Wagner secretaryof I daughter Emily Christine or
the State will officiate in have gone to Philadelphia for the
P-TA the installation of officers for Summer. April 11 at the Orange Memorial '

1947-48. The sixth grades,'directed I Mr. and Mrs. Nils Herslof leave Hospital Mrs. Chappell is the it'\
Mrs. Helen will former Mildred Reese of Orlando. S it'.1
by
Johnson next week for Stockbridee. Mass. \
present a program of music. I Mrs. Llvmgton Stebbins left WASHABLE
.y AS MUCH IESTiRADiPETROLEUM 000Bridie yesterday for Cambridge, Mass., !.1 1
ANNOUNCING HE OPENING JELLY i Club or the Orlando for the Summer. DOTTED
Army Air Base Women's Club will I Mr. and Mrs. F. M Smith leave I
meet today at 2 pjn. in the main tomorrow for Newton. N. J. I
Itar, MOROLINEORSYHAV lounge of the Officers' Club. I Miss Hope Robinson left yester- SWISS i
000Jasmine day for Brewer, Me., for the Sum ii i
THE FLORIDA' MONUMENT CO. Circle of the Orlando 'mer. I r
i Garden Club will hold its last i Mr. and Mrs. E. J LeChanceleft PRICE I
t I. meeting of the season today at 10 I[ yesterday for St Ignace.I .
Where r- ajn. at the home of Mrs. William I Mich., accompanied by Mr. and $8.97
you can ge ; I Wallace, Lake Jasmine. Smorgasbord -, Mrs. Millard Rotter who will be
at will be served at noon. I 1 1 at Mackinac Island for the Sum-
Memory reasonable prices. No More Dyeing? I 000Twentieth mer. I + 6eeraat.edbr'yGsa4
Advice frontXfceraenced men. Century Club ,,111meet I 1 Mrs. Charles McRoberts and Naankeeplntssl
i Science' startling new Vitamins forrestoring today at 3 p.m. with Mrs. J. sister. Miss Bertha Goodwin left
.0 Immediate fection on most anything. natural color to gray hair can F. Schumann. 144 E. Concord this week for Washington D. C.
now be had at Nix Vitamins. No moredangerous '
Ave I The Girl Scout Board meeting
I
0 Stones put t p anywhere. described hair by dyeing.national These magazine Vitaminsas supply 000 planned for 10:30: a.m. today at titi
harmless anti-gray hair Vitamin I Lucerne Rebrkah Lodre No. 36 the Little House will be at 10 in-
Trail and substance to your system. Simply take will meet today at 8 in the I stead.
pjn.
The
14th St. color 1, a day returns until thru graying roots.stops Age and 22 hair ut). I Fraternal Bldg. All Rebekahs I Mrs. Rhea Marsh Smith leaves k'kI
Church St. don look old before your time Get are Saturday for New York to roundup
as. q. Ms Vitamin tablets today. Don't wait. welcome.o o o talent for the Town Hall Series Sizes 14Vi to 2SVi
Orlando. NO MAIL ORDERS' SHIPPED I Crystal Circle of the Needlework next Winter.
O. Box 800
P. o. Box Y Guild will meet today with Mrs.S. Other Washable
EMRICH'SORLANDO D. Nicholl. 1325 Newberry St.. Education'Meeting ,.
1 .
for an all-day sewing. : '"
Come tq ft us or drop us a card to see you. PHARMACY 000 DRESSES
33 W. Church St.-Opp. Boone StSimpson's Philathea Sunday School Classof Held L
the First Methodist Church will In Sizes to 52
up
; hold a covered dish supper todayat The Association for Childhood Kr C $0
is oi onditioned I
,, AND
6:30 at the church.
', "aaaaaaaa'a'aaaa aaa'aaaaaaa"a"'a' : pjn. Education Orlando Branch held E
I
,
; '
u KE
fCc its last meeting of the school MA
year You're
/ Assembly Order of Rainbow for I at Kaley Ave. School this week FA$y "Where Never Hard to Fit"tEWS
i Girls will meet today at 7:30: pjn. with the Grand Ave. school actingas
.: : at the Masonic Temple. 'I co-hostess.
: '
'
,
:
/ .i:: <; '_ o o oMizpah Principal speakers were Mrs. DRESS SHOP

t. -:. -': ,. ..., ", ', Chapter 190Order of Eileen Johnson and Miss Amy .
.... :'-. f ,." :"\;H-' "'t'-.-.:. ... Eastern Star will have a practicefor : Lawson who attended the first In-
:;; ""' .... ::; ...1..tI ; officers and substitute officerson
... '*>../. ternational Conference of the association 111 S. ORANGE AVE.
.
',-, .. ." .,. '., Saturday. A covered dish I held recently in Okla- .
I; ". I luncheon will be served at 6:30: j I home City. They discussed New
," pjn. at the Masonic Temple, followed Horizons in Childhood Education.Mrs. --.
1 !l'et: are with you Mr. President ;; by the practice. I Alice W. Lindsey. Incom- I I -
000
ing president and Mrs. Dorothea
'ttfective now .,Simpsons lowers all :: / Orlando Alumnae Club of Sigma Williams incoming secretary,
{. Kappa Sorority will meet Sat- were introduced.

/* prices 'on merchandise by a- f i:: Judson Invited B. Walker guests, Earl present Kipp were Miss


0 / .; .. ;l I I HOW TO MAKE IT school Sara Ferguson principals, the board elementary members,

/ ;/ : :; ., I and trustees as well as the primary -

: ; -i ;'{i teachers.
I Unhealthyfor The lunchroom was decorated
.'" ::<.<" ,
..
adorn-
.: : with miniature May-poles
ing the tables and small umbrellas
.:
Insects filled with statice placed at each

IE.w i ,,, members'Miss Elizabeth plate. Funderburke retiring ,.,... '

president presided at the
/od1 meeting and then handed the

: gavel to Mrs. Lindsey. S

: ; YO :

,. urday at 5 p.m. at the home of r.

:., ,.. ,Mrs. J. G. Perdue. 1018 GlendaleSt. \
/ .-b. -- .:) : ... There will be a short business .
: ....... '' meeting followed ty s steak
." .
.
w _
!. i '.'. :i"-, YF+,. CWr..: ,, roast in the yard. Mrs. Charles
Roberts president wishes to remind -
I all members to bring dona-
', i \ / tions of clothing for the Maine Sea
I NAVE A BUG BOMB Coast Mission the 'National phil-

This is NOT a special sale or clearance_ but a STORE ALWAYS HANOTTh anthropy of 000 Sigma Kappa.


/ POLICY. The_ 10% rollback of prices applies to all Wednesday with Music its annual Club will White entertain $5.99

Breakfast on May 7 at Sorosis
/ clothes newest summer lines as J! well as spring ; House in observance of National
I Music Week. May 4-11. Membersare

l! / apparel. This 10% price reduction will remain in effect' / Monday.reminded May to make 5. to reservationsby Mrs. C. W.

.
Davison or Mrs. Frank P. Whit-
\i until Simpson's feels the nee
I Officers of the Business Wom

) 1/ en's Bible Class of the First Bap- i
: / I tist Church met at the Fort.Gat- f
/ lin Hotel this' week for their 1
i I -- / I monthly business and dinner meet- i '.
ffl. _
fl. tug Iamb .b SAFER dean ing. ..-. Plans were made to send a \:
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l .. .."r d'-" foil. Press with one finger. Anatomized delegate from the class to the Bap- : _
: > / >< *;.&&&1l' vml; does d... r.... tits Assembly in Ridgecrest. N.C. I 'St.. ?, a ; ,,

This .105 o price.rollback. cannot apply. to Sccony. play clothes. nd. A KttU goes 0 long <"0'.$2.98 this Summer. It was also voted '6.95's '
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-- to a scholarship fund fora
>f'; lot department, drug, sponsor
grocery
I. :, bathing suits because these prices are fixed nationally by the manufacturer hardware cod appRann torn. mission continuing student to send. .gift The pack-classis Of wonderful smooth leathers!

: : does not apply to sale merchandise because all : sale l i ages containing food and cloth-
,.,. ..... -.....+..k., ing to friends in Europe. The The sandal with draped vamp .
,. ,, clothes are already reduced up to r 0$% and more. ... does not apply, '/ ,. next social and business meeting
.* *** will be in the form of a picnicat
I : to alteration charges because this is a service., "7 / V\estin house the home of Mrs.J. G.Tyner of has the pleasing midway heel. The

i, ', only Lake Jennie Jewell. Members
\ I Matti the present were the Mmes. W. M. has smart lower heel
\ .; ;.":" '. Tiller Carl Johnson J. G. Tyner, envelope-vamp style a

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ms) HMtt iswttM MSMVtttaftatM John Baker, and the Misses Clau-
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IN BOTTLES AND AT FOUNTAINS Reduced Prices !'Johnson Wins I : Inspect Park ,


a L Plan StartsIn Put on Display MetersA I'j I TONIGHT 1

ooo! "MEET ME ON BROADWAY"Jinx
.cT py ,y ppl Damage SuitA \ Colleen Moore's doll house with committee appointed by the

G0 'r Orlando her outstanding collection of minIature City Council to examine various Faikrnburf
types of parking meters on the'' Half Hour Cartoons .L
}- AITNAY First concrete more to line Or- circuit court Jury last night objects was put on display market and recommend one brand': First Show ':IS ,'

i lando up behind the Newburyport. granted damages of $1,950 to Pete -, ......' yesterday at the Britt Electrical for installation by the City ",i1' Complete Show From 11:31

iI Conn., plan to reduce retail prices Johnson In his suit against FloydI ,.." .J :;/ Co. Bldg 356 N. Orange Ave.. under meet in the City Hall at 2 pjn
I I .;, auspices of the Lions Club. May 7 to inspect meters offered
by 10'per cent came yesterday i i I M. Wingert for $3,600 and also'<
which Is sponsoring the projectfor for sale O. W. Lawton. chairmat.
when McNutt-Heasley. realtors. 15 ,i found I Johnson not guilty as to the benefit of Its braille fund announced yesterday.

0V W. Washington St. advertised a I!I counter claims made by Wingert. iI' i iI .t for the blind. Representatives of parking me-

list of properties whose owner I|I The case tried in a civil session J .1.1f The doll house will be open to er manufacturers are being as-
in the public from 12 to 8 pjn. daily ed to appear with samples of thir ,
agreed to conform to the idea f
t: before Circuit Judge F. A.
UAL i through May 10. machines at the meeting and cc-
the Orlando Morning Sentinel. Smith revolved about the sale of It was assembled by a Lions plain full details of operattn,

..r1ti., "In accordance with the New I a trailer to Johnson by Wingert committee composed of R. K. Sun- maintenance and cost. LaYton

f Cl:4'a buryport Plan of reducing prices"the and its subsequent resale by Johnson day, chairman: Henry E. Chris- said.

advertisement stated "the to iWngert. I, tian. John C. Hall. Fred C. Healey. 'i I The committee, which will ec- 11R

owners of the following propertiesare Earlier a jury returned a verdict DR. NEFF star of the spook W. F. Jefferis, J. P. Johns. Roy ommend a type machine for n-
,
I Pep -Col4 Company, Lory Island City, N. Y. taking the lead in Orlando crantinr damages of $99 O'Keefe Z. V. Rosser, W. M. Sut- stallation in approximately 400
area by reducing their sale prices I for Mrs. Pearl M. Johns and show, Madhouse of Mystery, ton. Walter J. Wilcox. Robert W. parking: t places in Orlando Includes

Franchised! Bottler: Pepsicola Bottling Co., Orlando I 10 per cent or more." $55 for her husband. Norman which comes to the Beacham Young. J. H. Bradshaw Frank La*,.ton. Billy Arnold. tarry -

M. Harry McNutt stated that his Johns who had sued ThomasB. '' Theater stage midnight Satur- Huber Edgar A. Moore P. D. Napier Baldwin. Robert Carr. and;ity SEE
TODAY
staff acting under instructions I I Preston for a total of 9000. I' O. C. Roth. C. A. Sau rbrun. Engr. Pat Herndon.

had called at random a numberof Mr. and Mrs. Johns were represented I, day. I W. L. Sherrod Homer L. Spears, Colleen Moore's Famous

I persons with property for sale i I by Attorney Claude L. Gray George L. Stuart and Bob Williamson. -
I
DOWN and offered to advertise their and had brought the suit as a result : BIAPETTI 1 DOLL HOUSE

I properties for them if they would I of injuries they testified they Civitans WillI Buford Vaughan and Tim War- I

II I conform to the plan. I suffered in an automobile accidentin low are general chairmen of the FOR SPAGHETTIServed Oa Exhibit 12 Noon to t P.M.:
"Our idea was to make Or-
t December. 1945. I I project J to t KM.-Cloied Malay i
lando conscious of the fact thatif I atBRITT'S
GO The accident, it was testified Orange Memorial Hosfital
prices are stabilized there will took place when an automobile I ntii, ..n,. TM MM .''mint' I I

AVDOYAN'SI be more business in all lines" I I driven by Johns was in collision. Honor Mothers t7 it Com fort I RU 13-92 Winter ark I

t McNutt declared. "If we adjust with that driven by Preston. Th I UC X orange A"p.Tlt'kttsAdults .

I prices downward we will sell I two cars were en route northward I for '

RUG PRICESI more of everything. As a mat on Orange Ave., to a club where I! Plans for inviting mothers of I II Babies I The Orlando Auto Schol 50e
sold Children 20c (tax Inrl.]
trr of fact we have already luncheon
the Johns were to be guests of .members to attend its
!I one of the properties listed. I: Pretson at a steak dinner. ThisI May 14 were made by the Civitan I a.J// ATtIC sign of chsf- I 1221 N. Orange Ave. Sponsored by
Reg. Sale McNutt reported that a numberof I \VI: eczema or
Southland
brought Club yesterday at the
I was out by Attorney W.
T people refused the offer when I I, simple rash use sooth. "LEARN TO DRIVt"Lessons ORLANDO LIONS CLUBFor
9x 4.9 ... Axminister..rose .......___ 35.75 23.75 first approached. The original advertisement iT.! Davis representing Preston Restaurant.At ing medicated Resiooi Their

f 9x 4.10..Axminister 1 ___.... 35.75 23.75 I,I yesterday carried five [Johns.during his cross-examination of the same time the club will for gentle relief of by Appointment Cly Braille School for Blind
entertain the eight Orlando High Call 2-4879
9x 8 ....Axminister ...rose' .............. 60.00 40.00 listings. Orders were entered In circuit 'School seniors who have attended itching smarting favorite irrita. /, *

9x10.2 ....Axminister ...rose _...__..... 76.50 50.00 "We expect other owners"will court dissolving writs of at- luncheons during the past year p Mild tion. 50 Resinol years a Soap is li/ ----
fall in line with the plan, he f COUPLES ONLY
9x11 ....Wilton..green ..._.._.._._112.50 77.50 stated. "I feel they should get in i tachment against William R. i as Junior Civitans. They will be ideal for baby's bath. /((weeOINTMENT D I AN C I N G COUPLES ONLY ,
Floyd operator of the ShowBoat
9x12 ....Wilton ...blue ...__.__._.125.00 85.00 line if_ they want to move their invited to bring their mothers '
on Orange Blossom! Trail 'with them. ,
9x28.4 ...Axminister! ...rose ........__212.50 168.00 I I properties." which had been flied by three i! The Mother's Day program was RE5IND AND SOAP THURSDAY "erjt v SATRDAYKW

9x38.7 ....Axminister ...burgundy .._291.50 231.00 I POTTSTOWN. Pa. TAPJ Price wholesale liquor firms. 'undertaken at the suggestion of

: 12x12 ...Wilton dubonnet 160.00 96.00 I slashes ranging from 10 to 50 percent i At the same time Judge Smith Giles F. Lewis who gave the invocation

12x 14.6 ....Axminister... green ..____150.00 115.00 I i yesterday ended a Spring directed Sheriff Jim Black to return yesterday.

12x15.6 ....Axminister...,tan .._.._....155.75 103.00 time buying slump in this Eastern |. dollars to worth Floyd of several liquor which thousand had James Clouser. Junior Civitan gay A Kit.;l prcfcem*,
Pennsylvania town of 20.000 'I for April told of the impressionthat II I y
12x15.6 ...Axminister..brown ..._......155.75 103.00 : with many merchants reportingthe been held in the county vaults. attendance at the club's l N

12x18 ...Axminister. burgundy .._180.00 144.00Avdoyan "best business" since the war'a The orders also consolidated the < luncheons had made on him. Eu- We/ Dhcrimir.atinq Peole Go"aiCOCICAr
writs with damage suits which had
i :gene Carpenter is Junior Civitan Now
end.Virtually been filed against Floyd by the
all stores cooperatedin : for May.
:i liquor firms. Ben Danbaum for Merle and Jo- ShowingAlan
'I the community profitsharingplan Com. S. Heasley
Rug & Linoleum Co. to boost customer sales and I 4827.18: Continental Distilling 'seph Gebault were re-appointee!
1 Sales Company for 2920.75 and Ladd in
Pres. Ellis the club'
a chamber of commerce spokesman by Roy as
.: 2501 Edij wattr Drive I flatly called the one-day sale 'Maxwell. Liquors, Inc., for $2,772.- i representatives on the. OHS Athletic TWO YEARS BEFORE ii : LOUNGE.
68.i
"an out-and.-out ttempt to cleanan ,i Floyd was represented by Atty. Assn. THE MAST"With OM OrtaMe-fenfe* Hi.ay btw IWtlan.,n4 Alumante .TeL W. $. lira.*

I out-and-out attempt to clean i Gray. I -

plan for a permanent reduction. in Also Tlete ROM wd 1101.Z Barry Fitzgerald
i pending against Floyd is a
Carrie C Bumpairat
the next few months. I Pelham et ox to
petition in Involuntary bankruptcy 11200.C.rrte Brian Donlery
Jack Hoffman operator of which has been filed in C lumpn to Z'I Pelham et nxm FLAMING( CLUB
SMALL FRY . . . fcy 5t;; the town's largest departmentstore the .
US. District Dan-
court by PIttman oullders! Supply Co to Oeorie f
laid -today was the biggest mdEttg
W Tracy claim or lien.
baum Maxwell Liquors and McKesson
one-day sale in the 26- I ____ --
TASTINGFAMOUS and Robbins.
SmER year-history of my establish- JAY MILLER! AND H; ORCHESTRA
i ment. Marriage Application I YEChickenOystersShrimp jpjvijN| h
Attraction! FROM
"I've never had people stand1 Edward Lee Strickland. 22. district Extraordinary DANCING VQ t
msr. ins.. 3000 8. Kuhl. and Alice LucllePlttman .
1 I Ing in line to get into the place 10. bookkeeper. Pine Castle.Henry On The Stage In Person! NO COVER OK 511,11: CHARGE
before," he stated. Jordan Melnvale Jr. 28 Inspect AH Beef Hamburgers; I EXCEPT SATtmJli ITE-50e
tor. Dr. Phillips and Lilian Vlrslnla : .
H k 1, Customers crowded into the Welsh 21. dental assistant lit E. Concord Sandwiches; -Soft DrinksHighway The winner of the 1946 Critic's DINNER SERVED FRflM\ MI. to 2 A.M.:

store to take advantage of a flat 11-91 MAITLAND TRY OUR NEW CHEF IIRITl'aO)1 CUBA
best comedy
James Edward DeaL 28. salesman. 2ft Award as the !
.10 per cent reduction on all items N. Huthey. and Frances Joan MinickI I Open Daily i p.m.-1 ..m.1 Sunday 12-12 CHICKEN AND STEAK DISHES OUR: SPECIALTY
1JL: 50 cent mystery show of the year
-plus cuts up to per on 21. 1204 Ounnlson St.
others.At John Joseph Mltrnko ?J. Nary Schenectady PHONE 5910 CLOSE ONSUNDAYS
N. Y. and May Jane SesraTCS, FOR RESERVATIONS
least two grocery stores gavea > 25: clerk Tampa.

1 10 per cent discount on all pur- !I, County; Judge's; Court I -tV -
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chases above $1 and their owner Mary administration F Thompson, estate petition of for Almon lettersof J. |

George Karpinski said he'd keep Thompson BESSER'S RESTAURANT
the cut in effect "for at least a' Randolph T. Matheny. order for distribution CABtNA.Central
and letters of discharge estate Meats Poultry.. Cold Cuts Soar CLUB .
week to see how it works out of Carrie Lena Mahuson | Cream. Cheeses Mayonnaise rIJfN
f -I just want to clean out my Instrument Filed I i iBertie PumpernickeL Rye. and Roll L
Sheldon ta S Minerrt Merits 0 Florida's Newest and Lansf Night Club
after
shelves I new mer- HS
so can
go mtt S21R9 R3. I' 11 W. Church SL TeL 2-222S
\ chandise at lower prices" Kar- John E Komerrine et us to 8 Ulnerra tq0 3 MILES NORTH OF ORLANDO CITY HITS (IU. S. 441] "
t declared. Morian assltn mttZoells .
:. pinski
B Somenrllle et Tlr to Bertie la
tt Albert W. Gould the chamber's Sheldon wd $10. STEAKS CHICKENHRIMP;
publicity head and operator of a Luclle bbell ta Charles F Fawsett Jr
r r'f et al' nits $19500
rI FLA. LOBSTER OYSTERSFROG LEGS
I clothing store said customer reaction Edwin Leroy Settler et nx to Joseph -
to the plan was "tremend- M Booth et ux wd! 110.i '
ous." i $10. C Bexley et ux to Four Leaves .Ine wd BILLY ARNOLD AND HIS ORCHESTRA ITUlDAY NITE

s j- FLAVOR.-THE( Margaret B Parrott et vie to Town of NO COVER EXCEPT SATURDAY. CtCED:SUNDAYNO
Apopka City qcd $1. ,
FLNESs
f ORDINAL KELLOSG'S CORN rt ,1 R K Blllette et ux to Forrest J Eaton CABARET TAX TO GUESTS LEAVINGBtf} 9 P.M.

' CANT BE MATCHED BE SURE YoU) 7p : :; FOUNDA et Citizens ux wd! SIO.Bank Tltusvllle to Henry L

GETIWE OWE AA/D/ ONLY KELUDSG5 i Browne et ux sm. (21.
4 Howard Miller et ux to Felix Cosby et --- --- -- --
CORN FLAKES IN THE'WHITE ux wd SIl i
; Place to Ha* Tour
T RED AND GREEN PACKAGE; CO RN .: '. Refrigerator Ftied! l 1 Wd A 110 P Posten to Jerry Robinson et ux / Gary DUCK IN 3971 grange
PromptEttlelentReasonableDomesticCommercial i Frank P Cayn et ux ta John E: Oust try ON THE SCREEN! I Starling's Dloso. Trail

RZCUUR OR FAMILY 80.TNI CHCMU.RU I et ux wd SIO. BODY SNATCHERS"Boris | We serve the same delicious foods from noos U6 dent
f GUS MADDENS' Clyde Waters et ax to T J Smith et. nx
FI.AICJJj Refrtceratlon Service nits $1500! you set during the evening.
IMS SJOUTUtt 223 Magnolia Avenue L T Hunt et u to L P Lane et ux wd I Karloff-Bela LUKOS! french '

I I _..........tpN. M R' DONT FUSS rUNL TTOC I SioHarrison R Ardls et nx: to Fir Fed Say 0 Fried JUMBO SHRIMP $ i25Op.
I latO
PHONE GUS and Loan Assn mtt $10.000. I
"Backed by 20 Years Experience" John R Graham et ux to Harrison R : '''
j Arrtls et UId: $10. SATURDAY MIDNIGHTOne
Pershlnt J Scott et ux: to Fir Fed Say
.. I I and Loan Aun mt, 8360.
American Fire and Cal Co to Pershlnt
f I J Scott et ux aub nit.. Performance; Only-1130 P.M.OOANfrt .
Thomas Z Huffman et ux to Pershlnt
I
J Scott et nx wd $10
Fir Nat Bank Orlando to Thomas eZebariah 9 I
Huffman et ux sm. Z 7IM
Casslus J Brewnter et nx: to Franklin
'- Llf Ins Co nits $7000.
Harry O Smith et UX to Casslus J .. ywnetMSR
i Brewer et ux wd $10. i e AVITickets NCNS 5154
Fir Nat Bank to Harry a Smith et nx

n sm.Louise Dinn Hardeman to Canitan Now On Sale! I
and Boland Ine wd '10.
Carl Morris Dana et ux to Southern Dee <
t "MIrEtj Cl Co sm. All Seat90t Tax Inc. II
Rufus Lee et nx ta I Wood Tucker et
ux wd $10.Maurice .
L. No le. et UX to Charles 8
Mendel Jr et al sm.
Charles I: Rudd et ux to Russell J Rich-
I wine et al wd SIO.
John Badtley Hutt et nx to Fir Nat
I Bank Orlando mtt S6000.
Myron W Owens et nx to John Henry .
Baldwin wd 10. 'Door. / 1 II)
E: T Owen to Myron W Owens et ux V
I 1m. I -'ni'yt1
Eola Inv Co to B C Dodd et al qed SIO Open 1:45: t
C C Clifford et ax to Ida L Brand wd Open 12:4.5 NOW PLATING

'U 10.Loretta wd SIO.Byron Simon. C to Laurence W Lloyd et I NOW SHOWING! SONJA HENIE JOHN PAYNE I

: P Mitchell .t ux to Charles H '
Brame et ux mfg 1000. ll'l Hop en >** rompajt ass GLENN MILLER GIESTiA
John A Kroh et ux to J J Edwards: et you! Yerer laugh more! '
al wd SI.CL ereIode ,
Duncan et nx to Maude Turner Roe DOROTHY n alb 1
et al wd tlO.
et Maude nx sm.Turner et at to Hubert K: Rltter HOPE LAMOUR \

George U Painter et nx. to William U I
I Perry et nx wd SIO.
GIVE MOTHER Melvin D Curry et nx to Citlxeni Bank
r TitusTllle mfg S2000. 1
SOMETHING USEFUL! William E: Caskey et si to William Z
GIVE THE BRIDE RlrketU wd $10. 1t _
Wesley B Kirkland et al to D B Sphaler .. 645''i'.
part ref judt.Henry 0.IZ. ::4$ LAST TIMES
McOlothan et al. affidavit.
LAST DA l'W.loc. .
I Milliard Olover. et al fad to Harold X: Robert Yo 9
PRESS RE
COOKERS Jones ltd SIO. iwy Those Endeoring
Ella Price Allison et al t. Harold L THE MIGHTY
Charms
Whether she's an old cook or just starting out to cook, she'll want Scott Harold et ux L: Scott wd SIO.et nx to P A Allison Young
_
t one of these: Ekco, WearEver, Nesco or Presto they'll all do the job! nit et Viola ux: S8OO mtt Oiesbourt$5W30. to Harry W Meetch. CHARLES DINGLE KTtt IORRE ION CHANEYJR.2''

t Helen Chalfant Sane Itr\ to Viola
BURPEE CANNER COOKING UTENSILS Dieibourt wd SIO. fjl[
Florence L Seairate to Raymond A
Can your ownJuices. vegetables, meat, fruits and Woodbvrn .. al sm.
r WearEver, Premier Eveready. Chester Lee Simmons et ux to WUlard
,
0 Mortan et ux wd 10.
Fla Perk Cent Co to R T Crawford
rem: deed SIO.
R V Crawford to Robert T Walter cent
PYREX WARE deed SIO. 5-No. ,
J C Drayton et ux to John Somenrllleet

-.The modern, scientific oven and tableware: Percolators, [ H ux C wd Kennedy SIO. et ux to Donate Watertwd RrT i eer kit fYSf Illowin9
is Orb.do!
Casseroles, Pie Plates, Nestel Bowls, Frying Pans, etc. t $1o.John Aamana et al ta L O Patrick Jr
t et u wd 110. ROY ROGERSgjjpORAPO'4i. "McGURK"I
,1 W A Marvin n P R Itt cbt .t al quiet
tUI final decre soya'w ar.w >
s COLORED MIXING BOWLS STAINLESS STEEL TABLEWARE I;, wd J $10.F Hill et al 'to B T Bherouse et u .

P So convenient and handy for every DISHES-COVERED CAKE DISHES I: A am.c Carpenter to Robert V Darts etux

day use. ELECTRIC IRONS PredetU C Volihtman to Clarence L
I 1 Rose et ux wd SIO. I
Pittman Builders Supply\ Co to Henry
O Schlensker' et al claim of lieD $75321.
." Pittnaat Builders Supply Co to Joseph
1/11'3 Hardware, See Us First"i X: Gardner et ux claim of lien S292.31. 'AC GEORGE "GABBY-HAYES .e.
Sidney J Oiddinta et ux to Mrs Oene- 11
soak OALC CVANS
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Bob Nolan and the Sons of the Pioneers Q
!
Billie's Drive Inn 11
H. H. PARRISH ] FYa fNSf N e h.wt Ih rtee

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R'il i.m Elliott. Yen Rabton f
i 220 S.' Orange Ave. HARDWARE Tel. 2-1841 CHICKEN IN BASKET $1.00-

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:* Dickson & /Ives Will Thursday May 1 1947
Impressed Pupils 'Adopt' rlanhrr iSnrntrm' Sttttuwl Pane 1 r
Duranty -01- -
1 Close on Wednesdays
School Teachers !lie a deep sea voyage In the Gulf I I feeding of the fish, along with 'Ii Indian Earth Tremor
usual for
Following the policy I Felt
the Summer months. Dickson & Marshall's War Plan Fishing Trip off Clearwater. I i I i I the snarling of snapper. The ; NEW DELHI TAP Earth tremors
Included In the
Ives department store will close By ReportWalter Orphans group. Walker school official admitted that he < sufficiently
strong to awake
I said will be a number of teachers I {
,I all day Wednesdays beginning Judson Walker superintendentof would "take a few seasickness pills sleeping New Delhi residents yea
May 14. store officials reported. schools said yesterday that he and principals who never II along with him." ; felt here shortly after midnight
Duranty noted who is Memorial Junior High School ously have seen a large previ-I
This closing allows employes a foreign correspondent will be supervising fisherman Sat- i 1 Police said no damage UAS report
:JL .full holiday during the middle of resting at the Orange Court Hotel following an exhausting students have "adopted" three ,I urday for a group of 50 Orange i water: and added "this may Corrugated cardboard has been ,I ed immediately:
a 4\!' the week.. ,lecture tour, said yesterday he was "vastly impressed" ,war orphans approximately their j'I I County teachers and principals that our trip will involve some ,.made from cotton stalks. j jAMItlCA'C I-- -- ___ -

by Secretary of State Marshall's report on the Moscow i own ages and will support them I rev
I aswev. toot etTropical
The British call chock absorbers I '
for one ,
hydraulic dampers Peace Conference. year. .... .'-
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'1 statementseems Ninth (graders have taken the
"Sec. Marshall's 1 on .
r to me to represent just I support of Hendrick "Henkie" 14 ..... \? M
what the Ameri- I Bleljerveen a nine-year-old Dutch .... ....
I : .
,. can people wantas boy from Tjiraaki. Java exceptfor ; -. 'NOT TWICE ASMUHm :.. ... .r
.. a policy toward one brother the sole survivorof j : -'o
.j Russia his family of six. I

firm but not unfriendly Hendrick and his brother now '
t+ ,"he said. y. live in Holland, but relatives, impoverished -
$
t v "After reading by the German oecupaI BUT-TWICE QV
his report. I tion I cannot support them adequately -
]H10 doesn't change would not say "- so the students will contribute
,.) that Moscow con- to "Henkie's" support financially
ference was a as well as send him gift
the oldSouthern
'- failure. It was 1 packages.
-
I Custom not a pessimistic Eighth graders ,adopted a
statement, as-.-;\ .@ I French girl Jacqueline Doucen., GOOD/
of I some have said DurantyDuranty. who lost her father and mother in
giving former Moscow correspondent -(,World War n and new lives in
of the New York Times'I I Switzerland with a ister. She I f/JI
and author of "I Write as I aspires to become a stenographer.
Please arrived in Orlando last An English boy 13 year-old
,week from Los Angeles at the conclusion Francis Albert Devine is the ....
I of a tour during which he charge of the seventh grade stu- .. ,
upheld affirmative in a debate dents. .'\;
with H.R. Knickerbocker on "Can Albert's father and a brother
I Russia be Part of One'World. were killed in the bombings of ..
He said he plans to star here London. In which every member I)
IINEST COLA DRINK .a.
until the end of the week when of his family was seriously Injured l
he will leave 'for a vacation in and his mother is unable to
St. Thomas Virgin Islands support the surviving family. Worsted
where friends have established a .
co-operative hotel in which he is '

I'ANSFANSFANS interested.to New Afterward York to he prepare will return IT'S ALWAYS COOt At 37 WEST CHURCH ST. ORLANDO, FLA.CLOTHES. SUITS

for another trip to Europe. I
From the Kitchen ,to the Attic "I plan to go to Europe for
I
three months at the end of May.

;Kitchen Window Model 10 In. ......$ 19.90 he said. "I hope to visit England.
France. Central Europe and possibly I byTownClado
22 In.3,800 Cu. FUMin; ____._.....__ 69.50 Russia if I can obtain a
1 .
;30 In.7,100 Cu. Ft.Min., _.....__._..___ 99.50 visa Duranty, was last in Russia in I co NC. .

'36 .- 9,250 Cu. Ft.,Min. ___.._..__._ 119.50 I 1941. I C.
He said he considered agreement l THAT PAY OFFDAYAFTERDAY IN

42 In.-13,000 Cu. Ft.'Min. ......._....... 129.50 between the United States and /

48 In.-20,500 Cu. Ft. Min ___... 179.50 Russia today.the_"most important issue !

"Sec. Marshall's statement I
SPECIAL ATTJ PACKAGE cleared the air in my opinion, particularly | ...uAlR-f N E D
Unit For Low Roof Houses ...___.._...$183.00 when he said that the I j k H t'rvp F' 1l t DI TI
Moscow conference bad 'r s r ON
made
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Window Model For Apartments ._$ 59.50 I clear differences of opinion but I. .
did not shut the door to future ...a t
FREE DEMONSTRATION
Window Models
on
negotiations"There he continued. I I ., BIG MAC ,, 4
are now points whichwe
I 'We Install. Service: and Guarantee. No Down Payment; pn -
26 Months to Pay on Attie Fans. are not going to give way" I NO WYI
As for former Sec. Wallace. I OVERALLS
Duranty said he. thought he z
Automatic Ceiling Shatters-Wall ShuttersAPPLIANCES I "talked out of turn" during his N
MODERN INC. recent tour of Europe. II 9 Husky, Tight/ -Weave Denim: ) i
I "At the present state of affairs t
428-430 N.Orange Ave. ORLANDO Ph. 22514Prieci it doesn't do any good for an ii- t '- ( A Perfect fit (Guaranteed
American 14t
regarded abroad as official -
[ Apply to Pineal Stock Only
to attack the policies of his Patterns)! aY a
own country," he said. "I think he
had a perfect right to say what O Bartacked at Strain PolnfjlSanforizetfSfirunlc '
he did if he had said it in the I fiti

RETONGA DID SO MUCH U.Duranty S." said he returned to Or- ; / $ r

lando because of the impression !I Famous Big Macs Tough
the city made on him last Decem- '
ben when he lectured and sturdy as ever I ALLOVER F e ,
in Winter
I : SHE SENDS IT TO FRIEND Park and Lakeland. He stayed at fit with graduated at ft.I
: Sanford from Dec. 20 to Jan. 6. ---"-- terns extra-wide suspender t a
l between lecture engagements and Reinforced crotch '
; straps.
I ,
I while in this area did a series of v
Former Michigan (Resident 'ate enough to keep alive for the :, articles for The Orlando Morning I! laundry-proof "Parva" buck ;
I les. Sanforized Shrunk.
gas pressed up against my chest Sentinel I II
I Enjoys Her Meals, Sleeps 'until I felt so weakened and jittery -| "I think yours is a very progressive I C ,
i. s1 Soundly And Feels So Much I hardly knew what to do I city. Duranty. a native of ,
Many nights I got up and walked {I England whose home is now '!
Stronger Now She Has No the floor trying to get relief. I i I wherever he hangs his hat said. ; Kow:: Z,78 r
Trouble With Her Housework I tried so many medicines that I almost I I l I e 1
I lost faith In all of them.
Discusses Her Case. I "Retonga relieved me so wonderfully I Five Persons Hurt \ t z
that I now enjoy three In of 1 .1
: Escape Hogs I _
"I saw so many statements healthy meals every day., and Ii:1 I i Y)
praising Retonga that I tried It am regaining my lost weight. I DENVER [rAP Five personswere MATCHED SHIRT
sleep restfully again and feel so I, slightly injured a hog killed r
and It was bne of the happiest experiences and neighbors led ;
much stronger I have no trouble ,' were a mern and PANTS SETS
; of my life" declares with my housework now. ,I think chase by eight other hogs which a
Mrs. P. J. Corrigan. well-known so much of Retonga'that I have i escaped I yesterday when a street .
home owner,of Route No. 9, Box maUed a bottle to a friend In I i:car collided with a truck. 1 Sturdier Pocket Seams! -; M.
Ufo Jacksonville Fla. I II Detroit. It Is grand." : The motorman and three pas,
suffered so much distress i, Retonga Is Intended to relieve sengers were cut by flying glasr: / O Sanforixed-Shrunfcf'
from sour Indigestion that I finally 'distress due to Insufficient flow of as the impact knocked the tran
I I was living on soft foods and I Isoup. gastric juices In'the stomach loss off the tracks and overturned the O Precision-Cut Pants!
.." continued, Mrs. Corrlgan. I)of appetite. Vitamin B-l deficiency j I truck injuring one occupant. r u
"Even then I hated to eat because I i and constipation. Acceptno |I The hogs finally were roundedup O Cool/ Porous Cotton!
of the suffering I knew ,
I would
substitute. Retonga may be by a crew from the Denver
have to go through from gas on :obtained at Emrich's Orlando stockyards and sent on their way T4n1f
my stomach. Many days I hardly i i Phcy.-Adv. to market. Perfect for summer work I d'
__.___ !
= ; Strong. cool poplin in vat- ,
dyed blue and tan! Heavily .

sewn pocket seams will wear
,. and wear I Pants made in

"SR\ graduated sizes to give real lr l lr
W : comfort-real fill!

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BY A MAYTAG SERVICE ,
Boys tutor payi off dividend. in

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Washer owners in this, vicinity, here's: bring it in or give us a call and
4 an opportunity that hasn't been equalwe'll give your washer a. new ,lease I
'
ed for years! Maytagts Iactory-trained on life! Only genuine Maytag parts I

5, service expert will be here In 'your are used. Take advantage of this j i MEN'S STURDY

store! for two days to": inspect your special opportunity NOW-and be as- I .

<, washer free of charge:. and he will sured of many more years of fine WORK OXFORDSSIZES
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:. advise you, on its condition. dependable service from your May- o CORD SOLE 6 TO 11 "-
i tag! TWO.TONED" SHOES
Full leather mldsole with an
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I WORK PANTS. cord.Reliable Good-
in calf.
rugged
Heavy, durable covert. y e a r Welt construction
R : Full-cut Sanforized. Brown clove leather comfortable CAPS. Sanfor-

PARKBARTON'S 2.59 Isfactory and on sat-all w Qfl 9O WORK SUITS. Care- ized' denim or covert. 6.90e

WINTE Reg. U. S. Pat. Off. jobs. Shoe Dept. fully cut for action. 45c
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I ge 18 rlanito) Hflmttta dtntfetrl s Thursday, May 1 L 1947 Citrus Report C'JB -: t' Sanford Farmers' Market


CARLO TMK CHIPMCNTS, U. ft. FOR MCPOMTCO TUESDAY FOR I GAO M5.8AISAL3! WHY, rLL SEE i 4E'S The following prices reported by

Citrus Auctions -. Eggs and Poultry Commodity | riaj,CaL !|An.|I La.'|lTes.I0'nd''I IM FLwi3AFlFLe SOLTRE Ally VARP4Si.t the dealers on the Sanford stateFarmers'
(total I cars tan) 'camtotal '
Daily ear* : 1&
Stock Leaders JACX8ONYXLLI CAP) florid nearby Oranres ..- 183: 2111 i 71 ( j 411 Fis.rrIS ,,- THE) AROUMD.MA.3015'COLOR Market for produce sold

ORANGESrtorlda fresh ecu: Grapefruit -.,I 119J) 3)) 91 I I i J 1 tl A CROP OF SPlRtTS Bt.-r) 1OP to truckers and dealers up to 12:01
All to retailers f
sales allied citrus 60| { I| i( I{ SODnreported
ltd. Born f anwvSt. I I'fCIIr.' -April 18. Texas. 8 oranges; 1 ; PPA. U HOOSE. IS AS TXZ/ R-m. May 1, 1947.

ftweo Wlrebd lad. Rre. Caltt. */-*-B. arid.. A Wk da. Per MkuPer di.Lare. Texas 86 frspefnilt; Texaa. 5 mixed citrus. PRMtSSt >LL ASA COVERED Beans snap. bu. hpr. 2253.00

Turn CITY-Market torn Can.. Can AT Can A? Can A* Can AT 24 OS u SUMMARY OrrASSINQS THROUGH Beans limas. bu. bpr. 4.004.50

;; UpwardDOff.JOMCS New' York: City (!Irregular) I '.&1 21 3 84 11 4 08 18 4 85 Medium __' 21 82 1, Includinr-THE FLORIDA GATEWAYS -.s.--' P1TA&CA ?/ 6'L; Beets doz. bun. .. .... ..75.85
__ 490 ZZ 47 dlTerslona at Saraanah and
Philadelphia lower) 13 355 1 11.15 5 Small ___ ; .. 18 '
Boston (lower) ___u-- __ 7 3 56 3 4.02 6 512 Extra larte ------------ 28 58 I Atlanta for 24-hour period ending S s.m- :'h Beets bu. hpr. ....... 1.251.50 f
Pittsburgh Irregular) _, __? 2 3.97 n_ 6 5.04 i Sales te-f :, East West fauth Total FROM7 Cabbage. 50-lb. sx. .... .85- 1J"
CLOSING AVCKAOCS Cleveland lower) ___ _ __ 11 4 02 3. 111 __ conaurneriNet Per fOr'IIIP' _____ --83 34 20 137 ..
new von( (UP) Chlcsgo (unchanged) _- 2 3.82 1 Sll __ I Grade A WL Dos. Grapefruit .._ 36 5 6 47 ti PALME. OF CZA.% Celery. golden. crate

toeket 0.... Muh tow Close. NrtCh. St. Louis lower n ._ ... 2 319 __ 3 389 I Per dx. In Cm. Mixed citraa .___._ 27 3 8 38 NICHOLAS I precooled ..... 3.754.00
M ends M9.14 170.8 ZUlU 170. 4 u. l.M Cincinnati Irregular) 1 386 S 3.82 __ 2 428 __ : Lar-e _,-- -.___-._ -. 24 oa 65 I Tot ) cars held. ( am. yesterday oranges 9 \ ** .
20 *ail- 44'* 4S.4t 44.75 4..W.. ..IJ !Detroit (lower) _. __.._. __ ___ 1 38 ? ?? 0 '513 Medium -j_., _. 21 COSmall : 3 raprfralt: 2 mixed eitnis. Celery. Pascal crate. 3.754.00
'
IS Ut.lt 13.r. 347 11 M 11." v. ..l. Baltimore. (Irregular) ----- .. fit 386 -- _._ __ : 18 S3 rASSINCS POTOMAC YARD AND PASS- Cucumbers bu. hpr. ... 2.506.00
as *r''s M M "M St.1l 10.51 u. 1 I Mends I Total) _------ : ---- 3 3.TI 369: 15 414 57 490 Extra large _- 38 68 I INGS AND DIVERSIONS AT CINCINNATIfor
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: Cla*. Net C" I 24-hour period ending 1 a.m. yesterday: Eggplant. bu. hpr. 3.254.00
40 BndI _______ _. IIJ.60 u. .... ORAPtFRUIT SaleS to Sale to I Tan- I Lettuce.
,
.110.741., ...* Seeded Retailers Consumer I Iceberacrate
10 Ut Kails OrGrape. Mixed
It 2nd lUilt __ -.-- *." ". !.15 I Florida tad. RreAtd. I I Florida Dressed Lire Dressed it Dr'wn Life&Dressed Dr'wnFryers I .5005 fruit hues er.Citrus dry pack . 2.25- 2.75Peppers

.._ 108.14 uft.it Boxes Wlrebd Boxes Baltimore ____
it utiie 5 2 i bu. hpr. 6.008.00
10 I...I. __ _. __ 104.11 _. 0.0Trantaetloflt CITY-Market ton Can A*. Can Av Can A. 2.3 lbs 35: 53 41 62 Boston ..-.. 1 2 _
In ttackt used In avaraoesyettedayr New York City. O ."er) ?- ____ .__ .__ ___ 1 317 3 3 08 I Broilers under Buffalo 4 I Potatoes. Red Bliss. 50-lb.
I.......t".I.. 7..200: mil. 42. Philadelphia lower) _.-" ------1 2.43 1 2.70 2 lb. 35.13 41 tJ Cleveland- -__?_____ 7 --1 I, Commercials sx. 1.75-'
4Ms utilities. J-.400 total 144)20. Baxtoa lower) _n___ ....: Hen heavy Columbus. O. I "
Pittsburgh ____ __ _ breed 38 51 40 BO Detroit: ..__== 7 2 = = I Potatoes. lied Bliss. 50-lb.
Hens light breed 28 42 32 49
MARKETS AT A OLANCI: Cleveland (hlxher) New York: City .___- 2 __ _, ST. A's 2.752.85
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NEW YORK (AP) Chicago (lower) .. Philadelphia __ 7 1 _
STOCKS: Hiohert. St..,.. motors In lew St. Louis_ ..- __ _ COTTON CLOSING turs.dIrn.gular Pittsburgh --_______ 2 2 Squash. yellow, bu. hpr. 1.502.50
Cincinnati nifher) _. NEW YORK tAP) Cotton future 1.001.50
Wsihlnston. D. C. 2 Squash white. bu. hpr.
recovery.BONOS -
: Steady] !.. rtoed rails Im- Detroit ------1 u_ in Ute dealing yeeterday a* per.e I I.i. Held for O.liDmD". Potomac-- Yard: :.
Sweet 2.503.25
liquidation distant potatoes bu. hpr.
and hedging in
Baltlmon htfber) ____ 2 ez: tnt
....... -- --- lam. yesterday orell....
COTTON Study mill) buylno. Tots) ___u__.: _______ u_._ 1 2.11 3 2.41 4 2.9'1 _iti.... forced prices down. Nearby **- I Tomatoes crates
GRAPEFRUIT lien .held a food part .. their early gains
CHICAGOW'lUTI (Seed I***) and final prices. were OS cents a balo" high CURB STOCK LIST 36 1-lb. cartons ..._.. 7.008.50
May firm deferred months rurnlshed through courtesy MerrIll
to *0 cents rower. : _. #
barley steady. CITY-Market Term Ind. _hr. T..asBtd or Lynch. Pierce. Penner and Beana. I -
i In the mid-April 1
The unexpected advance
CONN Straw hike Parity> .re.. B.... Wlrebd. Bona BaSSO cotton parity> give U.. market a good lift : Aluminum Co. of Amer. ____ 89 Grapefruit, box .. _..____..$1.75 '
OATS: Firm with earn strength.HOa New York: City Oower) 3 3.10 9 3 64 20 3 54 Amer. Cyanamld ("It. u. _ 45
-- ....... ,
in tho forenoon as prtcee advanced .tI Oranges box ............. ....._... 3.00
: Fairly active) ; 2S-7S e nU hlgh- Philadelphia lower) -. .- --- 4 3.73 1 3.75 1 3J5: 1 ,. .. Amer. Oas 4 Ilee. .... 39'. ?
_____ 2 3.01 ... 2 3.27 __ $ a Amer
sri too 124.M. Boston lowtr) ? remained Light Traction 22 V.
CATTLE Activw steady to 29 cent Plttiburth ______------_ -- __ .. -.. -- 3 348CleTeland I reduction Trader* in tho cnMimer apprehensive field over and price further Ark.: Nat Oas A. 41* / Cue ear SPIRITS I I A kind of flour is made from
1 3.13 83 84
higher) Ashland Oil A Reft. 11'.
Mohan too 28.30. -- -- oasing of prices for cotton textile < OF AKU\DHIV .
Chicago (lower) .-, -_ I 380 4 399 eomo Atlantic Fisheries ._ Jrw, .., ., a I'. I 1: cottonseed. .
NEW YORK tAP] The stock St. Louis_. __ -- .. .-. 3 2.34 4 395 London* advice reported England has : Barium Steel 1 ___...-.r ..,......._. 4'.
Cincinnati higher) ---- 1 2.10 4 350 Creole Pet. Corp. 26". !
t.
market closed ou; a losing month Detroit .-. .___--_________ ? ... .. S 285 I stock, of raw cotton on i is hand in to cover Cities Service _.. : 28 Va <<'
yesterday with a slow-moving rally Bsltunort hither) -.j.u -- .__ __ n_ .. __- __ ... needs for IS months... and a positionto Colts Patent Arm. _____Jt -. rT..T, 29 ,. :I "lFl .JEFF'S"EST.
defer .urc" .
1 Totals .._ ____;:::: e 2.90 is 283 :3 353 29 199 Ooen. High *Low Lat Elee. Bond & Share Co. ___ ll'iFillchild CHICAGO LIVESTOCK wooled lamb topped at 2390; load food
selected leaders
that pushed I
Enf. 2'.., I r
ft Airplane Corp.
1S.72 35.55 11047 17 CHICAGO AP) USDA) Salable
; May JS.M up hogs woolskln 22.50: 1.500 head medium and nos e 1fY
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to around Z points higher. July .13.49 13J6 33.18 U'>>JJ up 18-19 Glen Alden Coal Co. ________ 17. !I
6 000. total 11.000: fairly active and
Or. AtL Pae. Tea Co. __1"" 50-75 good 110 Ib wooled lambs 21.00; double PHONE Z-J748 .
Steels. backed by good first Oct. ,2 JO 2 .J5 2S.M 21.1 up 18 ""
Dec. .28.46 26.50 28.12 26.34H up 19Men. Humble OU & Reft. ______ 88i 'cents higher oa weights under 280 lb.; I good and eh tr. fed clipped lamps with
quarter earnings reports and new I Closing Stock Quotations I .26.01 26.01 27." 2T.CO-7S 12 upS Heels Mining Co. -_--________._____ 11HKalserPrazer I heavier weights. only moderately active.. No 2 and 3 pelts 2100; slaughter ewes CONTRACTORS: MERChANTS:
wage settlements. along with motors May 27.60 27.65 27.2S 27J9n off 2 --------S 6V I, and extremely uneven. 25-75 rents hither; fully: steady.; small lots good and choice
Lone Star Oas Co. ___, 19'.
'"blue. Middling apot 3S87 up Ia.N.nonwisal market closing slow with most of advance wooled ewes 1000-1050. shorn ewe ..,;\ : SEE OUR FIXTURE DISPLAY
and some Industrial STOCKS IN TMC: SPOTLIGHT Hd.. Nigh Low lAst ; b--b'dl a asked. Nuisra Hudson Pw. Corp. -- SNileaBeementPond lost en weights over 280 lb... sows around down. N. MILLS ST. IN COLONLTOWN
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" chips." were principal beneficiaries NEW YORK AP) Sale. clln price l'UDttot. __ '1 28". 21". 28.%'. Pantepec Oil of Yen.Co. 12.- 50 cents higher; top 24 110: bulk: good and I
active Pow 3 iS'. 151-ir U% NEW ORLEANS tAP) Cotton future ad. nn_ I choice 170-250 lb. 23 75-24 50 good! and DUN AND SSRADSTRECT
J[ ,in the first rising session of the and net chan** tt the IS meat Florida Btrock & Co. --_ .._ 233': choice 260-280 lb 2250-2375: 290-330 I! NEW YORK
(DP) Dun and Bradstreefi
a
hero short covering.
stocks yeeterdayiSchenley vanced yesterday on _
. week. The ticker tape Idled frequently $ Dist 18.800 2M4 pIus '4. 0.0 F1t ___ 31 341. 3414 341\ and mill buying for price fi..i..,. The..... Sonotone. Inc.Corp.________ _____ _._____ 33Ochuite. 41.St.nd. .. Ibs 75-2175: few 330-375 Ib*. 19 51- I I daily weighted price index of 30 basic rom-
except for flurries of demand Sunray Oil 11.100 16 **. GPO POIdI 3 40'. 401/. 40' bet doted steady 30 t. 95 cent a b.l. Pw. &I Light ____ 2%. 21.00: most good and choice sows 18.25- modIUe.. compiled for United Press (1930- -
Cemwlth & Sou 11.SOO S plua V*. (}(oft Motors __ 44 11'1',. 118% 57'. 1900. 32 average equals 100; i SERVICEKffrigrration!
at the opening Ilnd again In Northweet Air 11AOO 14'IV*. Orn Pub UtU 31 14'. 14 14'%. higher. High Low Close St. Regis Paper Co. ______ 8'. Salable cattle 11.000. total 11.000: salI Yesterday. --______ __ .________---- 25423

early afternoon. Total transfers Socony Vac 16,164 14'/* pIus V4. Gillette sat "R ___ 6 29.%,' 211 .20\s May __ 35 Open.60 3S.6O 35.20 3S.31b up 11up Tampa TechnIcolor Electric --===-_..:.. === 30 13'%: I I able. calves SCO. total 9OO.. red steers and Tuesday. -__ n-_- _____ 2S335: :
____ 9 1111 53% 11IIGood.ear yearlings active generally 25 rents higher; Week agrMonth 25632
Goodrich 18')
Std 0 & S4 M 9.4XM 2S plus 14. ---- -
dwindled to 780,000 shares. July ___33.47 33.48 33.03 33.15-22 13 Textron: ------------5--------- 143.W. I market uneven, however with I : : :::=:---: and Radio
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Param Pwt S.2OO 24Vb plug ... T &I R._ I 110% 40"'. 50, spots up ago __.? 262 93
Associated Press 60-stock Oft. __.2 .44 29.45 28.94 2..2J up 17 VI. Coil & Cok -- ___ 11 I as much ai 50 cents and few loads choice 'Year __ __ __ I Sf\lce Personnel
The III Central 9.000 21%, plies I*. Gnblm-PII. Mo) 12 4 3'e 31. ago _- 188 98 -Competent -
.
Dee. ____ .26.51 96 51 28 04 28 Mb up 16 weighty steers available only. steady hell 1947 high March ____ ___
of to US Sto.1 6,100 TOV pIus 154. Ot Nortb1l RF Pf 7 40"s 31". 40\1 : 18) .un 269.25I i
.5 to !
composite climbed a point Sot Tel 61.9 where It was 3.4 points below Mid C.n Pet TJOO JJV4 5,4. forum Alre En __n 1 21'. 2. 21V. --.i4. NEW YORK AP) Closing foreign ex- bulls and vealers firm: several loads choice _
Its level at the start of April. Std Oil NJ 7,400 6714 plug %*. Gulf Mob &I Ohio __ 10 I" 8% 1'.e change rates follow (Great Britain In dollars 200-1.540 lb. fed steers 26.00-26 50. top INVESTIGATE SHORE YOU BUY I 0 Work Guaranteed 0 "iI
Willy Over 7.000 ..* plus ..... ,OWl OU ___-__u___ 15 61%. flO 61%. FLORIDA FRUITS others In cents 26.50: bulk: medium to top-good yearlings.
Bottom for the month and the NY Central 6.6OO 1V pluS V. H S JACKSONVILLE tAP) The Fedtral-SUta Canadian dollar in New York' : open market and light steers 1.100 lb. down 20.110-24.71.
market's lowest since Oct. 29. 19(6. Am Airline 1.700 IQVk plus >A. : Hart Sch & II ___ 2 32 32 32 Market News Service early. New. York market 8Vi, per cent discount or 9150 U. S. load choice 950 lb. fed heifers 24 50. mo. PHONE 5136
i Hues Mfg _n_ 4 614 814 i',4Homestike on Florida fruits and .esetabieaSnap : cents' down cent.Europe medium and good fed heifers 1800-2275. I
was touched April 18 with the New York: UP) Closing stocks: i MID ___ 3 41"a 41% 41'Mouston YI beans bu Plentlfuls 4.50-8.00. poor I : :ea'B D 84.02';. nn- bulk beef rows 13.50-11.110; tanners and
average at 60.7. Of 907 issues 'I Oil .-____ 111 21'. 2B. 2l to lair 1.50-4 00. Florida Belles 4.50-5 00. chanted; Prance franet .14 I.. down 'm I cutters 10.25-13: 00: most good weighty.
Hd. Huh Low Last I Hudson Motor 24 155. 15 15iUlinoli few 5.25. poor to fair 1.50-4.00. Bountlf I of a cent: Sweden (irons) 27 S3. un- sausage and beef bulls 1815-17.00: good WILLARD & KEISER
registering today. 591 advanced Air Reduction 5 32V4 32% 32V 400500. ordinary to lair 200350. wax changed; Switzerland (franc) (com'l 23.40. and choice vealers 22.00-24.00; practicaltop
. and 137 declined. Alaska Juneau __ 7 4V, 4 4V. I CeDu.l to 231. 22 22%. 400500. few 1I. O. I unchanted. 24 00 paid freely.I I Norge and Philco! Dealer
Alleghany Corp _.. 29 3% 34 3% IDterlall: Iron 4 ilL. 11 1 B.IDt Lima beana bu wast7. and decayed 200- Latin America: ArgentIna free 24.38. Salable sheep 2.000. total 4.000: slaughter .
The market continued largelya Alleg Uld Stl ____ 10 38'. ,36 36'. Ha"elter __ II 8114 SOY 11% down .02 of a cent Brazil free 550. unchanged lambs lalrly. active steady. to 25 cents I Vogue Theater Block-ColonlaltowaHtrsvANYfACC7T
professional affair with some Alia Ch & Dye .-__ 2 171 4 171 1714 'lot Nick: Cln _n 32 32, 31'. 32". 300.Cabbai. 1ft bu hampers domestic 300. ; Mexico 20.62. unchanied. higher; doable good and choice 92 Ib fed A HOME.TOWN TLkNSACTION!
AUU-Ch Mu------- 13 32V 32 32V IDt Piper ____ 31 42'10.' .1... 42". 50 Ib sacks best 200225. pOOrer' and -
bidding attributed to belief the Am Airline! ____ 67 10% 10110) lot Tel ok Tel 7. 121. 11% 1214John..Msni11e small .so-..O. red few 4 50. ,
list was due for a comeback. Am Cable A Rad .. ISI: 4% 5 .. Celery. 18 Inch crates Goldrnheart poor I -
j Am Car A Fdy. _u_ 3 441 Vi 44 44 I 2 115 114% 115 to food 3 dot 3.111II.00.6 dos 200-500. II FEARLESS TOSDKX IS ) HIRE'S DAUGHTEA-I'M SORRY I KICKED \f AKr-NOW TO.TWrST MY ;; : HE :
Rising hopes for telephone Am Ac For Pow -.. 10 4V 4'4 4V, 31'31% few 5.50-800. 8 dot 200450. few '.on. I Ii *
32% TOWrjrS YOUNG It1
JODN &I L 51.1 35 MEVAH VPONG.'T HE > [, > THAT FULA OUT LAST > FACt BACK INTO THAT ALSO TH'VOUNQ FELLATAN'LIKEWISE.Tl4'
strike settlements also bolstered Am t* F P 2 ft 40 19V 18V4 19'sAm I! 10 doi .50-4.00.. few 450. ..'. 200300. i
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LocomotiveAm ____ 15 23 22V 22' SAID THET MOUNG FELLA -NIGHT/7 GO TO HIM /-TELL.i OF THE"YOUNG FELLA AND GAL'S PAPPV .
Ken City South ___ I 201.. 1914 20',. few '400. Pascal 2-4 do.. 4.5O-5 00. few
sentiment while concern over Pow.A Lt ._.. IS 1212 12% I''Kenlleeott COD ___ 2:1: 4414 43" 44 Y.Lulede :5.50. 6 dox. few 4 00. 8 dox. few 3.50. WAS NICE AN' NOW HIM I'M SORRY-AND HWE. A REAP THE REWARD OF j TXKOB.) ORIGINAL CTVMlCMLltS
price trends. labor legislation Am Rad ft 8t 8 _n.l 14'14' 14V L Collard bu 7585. EVEN TM' GAL'S GOOD TIME.''.'' MY CUVERNE.SSf.rI: I MURDERED IM TV CLOSET'.'
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RoU Mill 47 29 28% 29
I Am % % II 5VaLehlcb Cucumber bu fair to food 00-8 50.
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and foreign developments con- 0. 15 5 PAPPY FELI2LSIT
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!Am Smelt & R Sxd53V 53V* 83Va C ok N 28 11", U 11'. I ordinary to fair 4.00-6.00. poor to ordinary \- -S.
tinned as restraining influences. Am Stl FdTX .__ 13 30* 29 30 Lib-O-F Oiiu __ II 48". 4814 4814Libby. 2.003.00.Endlve.cblcory. / /
U. S. Steel. which reported Am Tel ft Tel 26 165 16SV4 165 MeN & L 20 I'. I 8". I bu 2.50-3.00. few 3.25. ,'
Am Tob B --_ 50 65% 841flS% Lockheed: Alrc .__ II 14'. 14 14%'. I Escarole bu 1.25-1.75.i .-
earnings of 13.78 a share for the Am Viscose ,__ 9 47% 47 47 V4
LoeW'1 Inc .___ 48 21. 20'. 21"1LorUJard i Eitplant bu 400500. few 5.50. poorer
first quarter closed 1% higher at Am Wit Wk 20 151 V4 14% 15V. ". 1.00-3.50.I .
; I __ (P) _. 11 111{. 17% 11
. Am Woolen 38 34 33 3314Anaconda 0
Limes Persians 1/5 bu cartons 3 00. 14)7
70 ft. Others with prominent gains I i NMick I I '
Cop 29 36%" 3SH 36% 1
I : TruCD __ t 4614 461, 4614 lane 2.50 2/5; bu cartons 4 50. :
Included General Motors at 57Ti.up Armour ft Co __:= 13 11% 11% 11% Mae,. (RI!. .--- 2 321.. 32". 32'. Peppers bu Bullnose ordinary. to lood g3'.v4c7'
1%: duPont at 180. ahead Assd Dry Good 7 16% l Vs 18gb I Mirine Midland 23 7) '1 7 1%. I: 5 00-10 00. few 1100. poor to very poor (
,AIChT&SP..15 81 79 81 Marhan Field 5 28 2514 28 I 2.00-3.00. &' .1)
3&; Montgomery Ward at :53%. Atl Coast Line 2 51 Vi 50 Vi 81 ViS Martin lOLl __-_--__ I 2SI211'. 251. 1 Strawberries pint fair. to food 15-20. 'I

up 2%, and Monsanto Chemicalat ttl Reflnlnc 34 33 34 Mld-Cont Pet n_' '74 34 33 33". few poorer 10. .
Atlas Corp 4 22 V 22% 22V4 I Mo-K.II-Tn. _.__ 2 4!. 41 4'. i i Squash 'bu yellow 2.75-3 00. Acorn type
54%. up 2. Texas Pacific Land S MOlltlom Ward __ 49 531. 501.' 5311, I few 4 00. Cocozelle :2.50-3.00. very large
Trust was lifted fractionally after Bald Loeo __ 10 20" 19% 20W. Murray Corp ____ 11 121. 12.... 12) 1.50-1.5". bu Zuchumi small medium 014,FDSDCC'F-'U) IS UP
[Blit & Ohio 33 1114 10'1 11
Size 3.003.50.Thqninold .
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.a dividend declaration. Also ahead BsruadaU 011 21 24",. 2J% 24 N..h-Kel"lnlt 30 18.4 UVe 18 If. tFISISTIMEJ \ '.

were Bethlehem. Chrysler. American Ben AltO __ 23.4 14 14 I Nit Airlin. _-__-_ 4 151. 15 151. 1*
General ': BeDdia Avt' 14 32 31 32 Nat Auto Fib J 11 10'. 10". 11". 11*. icII -
Smelting. -
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Best Foods" _._ 3 23 23 23'. Nat Blscul' _h__ 4 20". 29". 201.N" Ti-.nt C-Fox ._ __ 7 30% 30% 30% 1
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American _Woolen. American Tobacco Bf'tb Steel _____ 11 561. 85W. 5$2Bliw.Knoz ".1 10 9.. 93Nit z
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: __ __ 12 15% 15'. 155.Bo.ing .n__ 4 38 3'1\s 311 B.O. PLENTY!) FINE HOW'S TI-IAT' JIST '
'F. Loew's. Paramount and Cuh Ree n Bas ft P -- 20 30 2SH, 30 '
I Alrp1an. 12 11 18) 555. Nit DairY Prod ___ I 30',' 30 30 I I tnton, Carbide ___u 13 18'-it 97'%. 98'%, WELL WELL! /M. MACY. SUNNY DELL THE POINT I
Eastman Kodak. Borden Co 3 40'. 40". 40'I ,
u Nit Distillers _____ 48 20 111.. III'. l Union Oil Cal '__ 20%, 20%. 20'. VOU SEE.TPACV. 'CPIME II T :
Peoria & Eastern lost 5% to Bora-Wimer 0 42) 31'. 4214 N. Gypsum ._---- 7 ll1\i 18% 1834 unIon Pacific _- 2 121, 1l1: 127United HOW APE I JIST ACPK AND COULD I WAVE
Brent Airy II 1010'" 105. _____ 6 2. 28". 29I .. .. WE FICURE WS STOPPERS"! ;
Nit Le.d Air Lines 13 26'. 251. 260",
close vou5 GRAVELGERTIE
at low : A WORD
a new of 8 after __ 34 itE.
news Snags $&li 4 3H. 3334
U __ 3 1.. JOa 18.Nport 185. It _
Nit Pow A: n united Aircraft 19s 153. COULD LX3 A LOTOCGOOOHELRNC ThAT A
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Budd Co ___ 2. 1111. 101. IIBulots :
of a special master's unfavorable I IDduI' _n 5 26". 21'2S... 1 Onited Corp -_ 3'3 33. P WITH VOUCOKIFIPENT.AL-
Witch __ J 5Th 2'1'. 2714Burilni Central RR __ CI1 153'. 14". 15%., ; OOODNAME
N Y Cntted rruit 17 48) 4134 48Unatea
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Inter- Mills ___ 13:1d 16'. 1814 11\s :
: ''NTChi&etL.rt 4 17 86'.. $7No Gas Imp II 24'. 22243'S:/: :/: : KIDS WHO
company accounts with New York: Burr Add Mach Jld: It 13*, 14Cult Am Aviation .u 11 8. 831 8% I' Unli-Rex Drm __ 11 8%. 8%. 5'. .. MICMT! '

C 24 lI%. IS 181 __ 2 119 I r. GOWRONGBEFORETHY JUNIOR.HUH. \\v
Central. Among other losers werePad1c Picking ___ 4 24'" 243k 24.Cillahin '_ Northern Pacific: n U S GTpsumU __ 98 98 II .,
0 8 I nous Chem 4 48 n 411
Western Oil. duplicating Z-Leeel _u S 2" 2V. 2" 231' 23'. I .
26xd23',4 U 8 Ruober 28 47' 41 4711
Cia Du a All ____ 1 13) 13.. 1314Canad I gt.u::: _-_ 10%. 10': 10'-. 1 C; STARTED ? i
3 CET MURPHY
Tuesday's 2& point decline; and 'aclfle ___n 45 11,. .1114 11% OUt Elnltor COD -------4- 211'%' 263. 21"I %, i if 8 b.eeiW.l.orth W 10 'iO% bll 703 5. .

Northwest Airlines. Carrier' Corp ____ 4 IS 15 15CiterpU
Co .._ S 1034 .0 101/.
Railroad bonds Tractor __ 10 114 153 54Cel.es. I :; k. ____ 15 38'_ 38'. 31". .
improved. Cotton __ Pae .. Elec Warner eros Plct 40 14 14 14\. t.. ;
CorD .3:1: U" 111.. 111'CeDt .
finished 95 n Pac Tin COlli _h 7 5'. 514 11'/. West Ind bug 11 28 21 21.%..
cents bale 1 9'. 11'I I
a higherto Foundry
Un ._ I%, II'. E
31 I%.
Packard Motor __ .1p-
west" Un tel A 5 111 18'. 18".
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Cerr dl Pal __ 1 32\1.\ 31'. 32 n
60 cents lower.:: Chicago wheat C.rt.ln-TePel Prod 21 15"14'. 15 Pan Am Airways __ 2S 121. 124. 12L. Westing Air Br _n J 30's 21129. a

closed % cent down to 2 cents up. ClIPS .sr OSlO ___ 15 441.'. 441/ 44ChLEp&Pao17. I Plr.m Pictures _. n 3431 3314 2434P.rt Wesung J:lee ___. 111 24%. 24 24
n COD M 7 3 21a 3 ____ .
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Wheeling Steel 5 31 36'a 31Wblte : -
corn 1% to 2% higher and oats 1) 5 91.Clii Parke Davis 3 35'b 35 : Motor ___ 2 23 23 23WUI"OnrlaDd I
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up Ti to 134.Advances Patino Mines 'i0 93'. 5', 93'
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Penney (JC on eI Wilson ft Co __ 14 U 115. 12
In the Curb were reg C.LT; I'tn'D __n__ 1'1 31 381. 3814 I Pel'n-C..nt Alrl --- U 11'. IH.% U'. Woolworth trW n.__ 28 44%. 44) 443. L
istered by Cities CocaColan 3 151 ISOI'I 151 I Penn RR __ __ 42 20'20 20', __ H
Service. Pansteel. CoIlJlte Palm P ___ 21 4214 40) 42W. n Worthing P ft MTounsst 6 1i4 1i2!3. 14 I rr-
P.pal-Cola ______ 21 26%. 26l. 26)
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American Potash & Chemical. Col he& &I 1r ____ 20 1414 14 14', _
J 4t! 48'. 49 \
Pflur. Chal .sr Co n Sh ft T 11 61% 61 61%
Middle: West Corp. and Techni Colam G ok E1 _n_ 35 10" 1014 10) Phelps Dodge n____ 211 311'1. 38', 311%I IPblll 2 n -
Corn Credit ___ 3 1914 31 391. ____ '1 24.%. 24&0 24", BU1lfWE l lDATS'
Eiec 17 17% 17%
Zenith Radio 3 % NchTETTLTl3'
color. Turnover
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was 260.000 Corn SoI..n\8 _____ 11 23". 23 23 i
__ 13 25., 251. 25'a MUST PwvE
I'tIlico CorP
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Zonite Products 3 7% %
COIIIth 541. _____ I 29' 20&8 29% AFGUIENT T14c ONE
shares equalling TUesdays volume. Philip Morrie __ '1 30&0 291. 30'. Approximate final total stock: sales today' YOU LLY&OcN4 A WHICH ONE OP
Com"ltb &I $outh.i35 3 2'. 3 Phillips Pet ___ 9 52. 51%. 523'. ACTING LW.2 TWO KIDS YOOCOAEO5HAS 9010 PETGtT A
CODII EdlaoA ___n_ 1'1 21'4 2814 2111.CODII Pressed SU Car a 12" 12\-'a' 12'. 780000. sAGG& ASOtff WITH THi--
Yoltes ___ 1 15% 151. U% II THE
Procter ok O.m __ .1 6014 elO 60'. PROUD SEAm MLIBETTH'rVINNAH
ORAIN ItANOE Coot BIll: I 15 14',. 15Coni I Pub S..a NJ __nu I 23'. 2314 23'. R. E. WOLF INtJOFflitrEI WHO WA TH &1GGEST u., /
Can __ 2 35 38 38 115'. COLLECTION O HOOPA-HOOPA Iit IoH-l
CHICAGO AP) Pullman ____nn 13 115". SIll.
High law CloMUay Con) Motor. ==: 13 514 8 514 I Pure 011 __ 21 243. 24 24' t.= &lpEGG # P.AflMt:5Ic :
WHZATOp: Coat 011 Del ____ 20 311. 37'a 311. ftRadio RAVE ThE

2S8H 2S9-i 2.S8V. 2S9V. Cora JlCb'D" ____1.80 114 113" 8314CorS Corp .__ 311 1 7'!. 'I'. ee.: .. ANWEP.FOs
July ..___ 264. 2.27 2 23*.. 2.25* ProducU __n 10 111% III fllCran. % R.dlo-K-Qrph ____ 21 13 12'12'. I [f
te ____ 2.19H 320 218V 2.18* Co ________ 732 311 32 Remlnl Rand __u :5 30.. 291. 30". : L3'1I
Crucible Steel _____ I 2514 28 28W. o
Dmii 2.1S3: a'18 XI3Viw Repub Avis ___nn U 534. 5. 5".
: :: Curtis PubUabl 12 514 5'. 84 Repub Steel .___.- 28 24%. 2125'%!'. r f --S '
Ila,. __ I.IIS 1.80 1874 159% Curtlu-Wrlcbt ___ 13. 4"4'. Revere COP &I Br 4 1II%. 1II 18% fl4EzE A CEThiH ,, -ANtH BEAIJTy
Jul 1.115" I.IIS 184V 1.115" CuU.r-Ba.1' I 21% 2n. 21% Re1Doida Tob B 3 31 31 37Safeway TOLOAf/XEQUfSrS 5rtJ I1tWLROF EATYF4 &UTOFAF.. 1 __ IMA3'iI\&
8$2t. ..___ 1.47 1 48% 1.48S 1.48% oDHrl S I MIPT ThAT WF AI ..ct1t..1'- 11 W SOPERSONC,
l.I8I 1.40: 1.37, 1.3I. ok Co n_____ 12 35135 351/ Stores n_ U 2H. 21" 21'-. I EYEEYCOY .3A ; U'TILL lP4I Lf
D0AT-- ____ 1 3'1" 31 31". SABLE.THE
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Del Lack &I Wn' __ 13 II. 7 71. : You bet"-"Of Course"nomatter kt. i.
IIn ___ .8'7 .57" .88 .88% : Scheniry Distil ===:196 29%'. 37' 29's'
JulJ' ___ .ig". .79". ,7814 .79ft Detroit Edison ____ 11 23'-it 23" 23". i &Nn Roebuck __ 58 32.%.. 31" 32h'I how I gay "Yet"" its a I A GEP4ciscLim.iG 11.._ 10 RcMj&Nca
8ep,. ____ .'4) ,7SH ,74V, .75 Dial Corp-s- ._ 53 13V. .2'", 13\. I Serve be ._____ 4 12%, 12In.. fact that 4 out of 5 who ask LIGHT, WCLUPlN'We/ OlI947
'1'J. .'13 .'12" 'J% DarnS llinea .n__ 1 11'". l'1V. .n. Shell Union Oil ___ 22 21 2H. 26Simmoni for loan. get one I Don't borrow
Dr&a1zy--: DouIaa Alrcran .. 4 S3 82". 03Dres..r '
Co un_' 4 3314 32'. 33'4 needlessly but if you can
hay __.-_ ____ nh_ 1.110 1nds; 13 17P 11 17duPont 81DCI.1r Oil ._____ 13 151%{. 15"U" use extra cash-avoid the, risk
LARD- d. N 7 lBO I'll 180Eastern 8oeon.Vlcuum. _.101 14 U%. U%. of a "NO"-see me firs!. For I 2- .
fair 31.IS SI.38 31.13 21.25 I 801&AmG&P II 4 4 4 fast first .
service phone :
Air I. 22 33 22V 33%
Sept. -- 21.00 21.00 21.00 21.00 n Baa Cal Edlaon 4 31 30% 30' : -:: .
or.. _. 1912 Eastman Kodak: ___ 6 232 V4 230 232% Southern Paclfto 211 311. 3n. 37 r- - .

2(0v19.37- -1837 -18.30 18.30 El Emerson Power El ft MEm LI___n_ 22 5 12 14'. 11 14%% 12 14 Vi Southern Sparks Within RT ____ 11 35 5',' 341 51.. 34'53.8perr1 .a Leans. furniture MS I. $300 or on auta.J'm'i ii..nature. I MT 5 MX) HAVE! ) I 1X1 JUST U5TEN. MAC.POMT- STAND \ rHE DWfT NEED TO 1-

Bon weevils Pub Sernce n 40 28 Vi 27% 28 Corp --_==: : O%', 19k, 20Spleici THEV COULD DO tVl.tATl WHO AREA BBITZEK, AROUND TELUKT U5.ON\ I GET SORE. Tig5I
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seventh of the potential averageU. 'F Stand Brands __n_ I 30". 30". 30". THAT JOB OUICKBZIP OJ AEM l AL!. WG. VOU ? A BUT- TO BUN Oue BUSINESS. I IWET2E I AIN'T THE ONLY
Parns Tel Rail 6 6% .1 V .V4 29 %, U". 12 5.. iS $.. IatIN': P01N'' HTlJ
8. cotton crop. Firestone T ft II 16 50% 49% 50 Stand Stand 011 Oil InC Cal ___ 20 40'55 40"U'ta 40'. 5,5 THEVP t 6K ME. WTlEZ. AIL! Rk 1 IPLAE.ICANCOSOMEWHERE I 1

Stand 011 NJ ___ 7. 117" II'. 1'1". 51.83 35.25 37.20Is. 13.55 i= ELSE!
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Stand 00 Ohio :S 2SI%. 24" 251%. 15.13 21.05 22.7SMm. ..:I
BId SU 8prr n__.,. 10 1311 13%. U%. 300 21.05 :
ri LocatedTITIZEN8 StOIleIJ'.V'D; Camp 10 11 1634 11 puos onw p4"s' --1
Conveniently Stone ok Webster 11 U%' 13V. 1314 _.. ky.se8 sese h .
Studebaker: CorD __ 31 191. 11111%. .d l fr d
Sunny' Oil ____139 10,. 9%. 10 ;= ;
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Gulf Sulph __ 3 48 .11.. 411 of Orlando I -=

Member Federal Reserve System Member F.DJ.C. Tea P.e CliO __ .15 3014 29'-it 304 24 S. Orange Ave oI
Tea Par L Trust n_ 12 11.. 11". 17.. TeL. 2-314
Tide WIt.A Oil __ 44 11'- 11" II'. 1 (Stairway next teFeder .
I E. Robinson at Court St. Dial 7141 Trllllimuirl .___. 7 12) 12%a 12%. I ..l Pahery) /

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DOG LOST strayed. Small wire Alum VAN LINES. INC.-Nation's I >> Wanted who SEPTIC TANKS, INSTALLED
or and i'FLOOR SAN ER. edger and polisher' BICYCLE WHIZZER
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hatred terrier female. White with largest movers *f household toods I need quick dry cleanlnt service. ) cleaned. State approved 20 MOTORS-Rldl THURS. MAY
I years for rent. Johns Hardware 2208 Page
black spots. Name -),(onk." Reward. Call Fidelity Storage Warehouse I I I hours. tfcaf *UI Peck*. Quality In business: Altermatt. Call 6730 or Edtewater Drive telephone 2-O913. I 1947 S ml. for' a penny See .ou new 1.194 1
Rt. 1. Bolt 157 Winter Park. Lewis I Co.. for tree estimates on your lone Cleaners. 813 K. Waihlnoton.DRY 7571 for oem.,.. I Whlzxer S.Ie I

Sentlntl-Stor Drip,___. distance movlnt. (4-61 W. JacksonSt. CAflcemploy only SEPTIC FLOOR.. SANDERS: New American State 603 N.distributer.BUTLD1NO Orance .AT. phone -$. j/33 Articles for Sale
DOG LOST Setter. Answers tol Phone 23184.DEEM'S I experienced help: and A LARGE TANKS CLEANED: ; ..,n- 8" new edger. Reasonable ,. I
skilled
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I thine pumped and hauled; P. J. C R Burke. 1808 8. Bumby 7851. MATERIAL5-And hard.
Wcznt Ad Rates tBoh" White with one black .,.. DELIVERY: Service phone modern machine Try us. MacDuff AMOUNT( Burke. Permanent resident I of I CONCRETE BLOCK MACHINES 3
Lost Cheney HUhway vicinity. Ph. 7673: light moving and haullnt. I 204 Rldtewood. corner 41 ; bonded. ware all kind for completeconstruction. I\
Cleaner injured. Route 19. Box 231; 2-0878. FLOOR BANDERS: Two: new. Two Appley Utile Giant 180O aluminum
0Ibs 2e per On* 6485. Reward. X. Miller. 734 M. every load insured reasonable rttet.KNOLLENBER08 8-1060. Oct at Mills 6: ,
I W. I Rosalind. Phone I BURWSILR I edters and two polishers for rent Nebraska. pellets. (00 east Iron pallets muceilaneous -
(Minimum .harg* 7SuneUy Orange.IIORSLUIXLZ. Local movlnt: I TREES AND PALMS Trimmed and at reasonable rates. Smyth Lumber spare p.r. car nnloaderconveyor.
JOe .., KIM : LOST-Small. lisEt iterate eratlnf. packlnf Also ELECTRICAL. APPLIANCE 1C R. Henry REPAIRS adapt- I II WILL GIVE removed Bonded. John Newton. so.. N. Orante and Railroad.FAINF I BATTERIES for radios. AU types of 3 ft eonvtyer. 8
red. Lam area vicinity of Wlnder- agent for Delcher'a Lent Distance I Service man. 116 Irvin Street. Please phone flashllsht I.ttn.lars or .m.1 ton flat truck. Will s.tl
t- Minimum .h&r. toe I me re. Notify E. A. Murray. Oeoel. ),Ioyl",. 506 Macy St. Dial 4985. !I Inc old ell lamps a specialty.all electrical Repair OFF A c.aMo2c8c TRAVEL: 2.1141'1 SPRATIRS-SkU-gaws. bench- B. r. ( and Rb- Studebae or t.the. Writ.
SIRVIl.--Bond.d. : Inton
Iron and appliances. Ave
.a fans. saws cabinet senders floor sand I or visit Higgins .. OpsLeka. -
$ OBBMewtiv Day lo Bn a day SCHOOL RCOISTKR: LOOT-Florida.i LONG DISTANCE MOVING An Pick UP and delivery serv VERVDEADLY lied: Agents for era. edgers for rent. Young's Tool end better Florida. Blok
T ConmaUv Deli 1M lint day McCollum. printed ea outside. point. Packinc. eratlnt. local morInt ice. Prompt repair on rante and Travel Service throuthout Rental. 100 W. Washington St. BARNo.2 dry pine.
(Count 6 Averate Word 1 Una) Ph. 4873. Princeton SchooL_ Snddtth Moving A Storage Co. I water heater CaldweU A Harris. World. Orlando Travel Servics.0 ill work Co. Ph. wide. Mutual )1 I CAMERA Ll.atee. 2*.i3V.. with
MatfeMl (Out .f State) Rte* I 115 W. Columbia. Phone 8154. 2213 Edtewater Dr.. phone 2-1972. E. Central Dial 1504.UPHOLSTERIN06.led. SANDER.-New 8". edter. 12" polishing 412 spring back, flash von adapters.

Slntl Insertion 30 PU litfS 14. Beauty Parlors__ __ \ETERAN WITH TRUCK desires ELECTRICAL REPAIRING and house POISON machine. John Coward. 209' BICYCLE 1823 -Boy's .m.1 site new" holders and case. BsrttUi at 1110
Jasmine .
Consecutive Day 35* line a day short hauling; equipped to haul Call 4514. Miller Willis. from a lane stock your of material W. Amelia Ph. 2-3039 umb'. oft Conway.BUTANLOAS8TSTEM.ios A.. block X. of 'I I Po. Teese Camera Store. L.&u..
20 tin a day Mother a Cold furniture lumber. cement *blocks. or 1
Consecutive Day AonRoU1f-oIYi: Electrical Cont r actor. terns: our men! will five expert .pa'I I TYPEWRITER RENTALS Special F.
Minimum 3 Use*) Wave for Mother' Day. Make appolntmeat I what have you. Phon 2-0271. I manship monthly and quarterly. rates. Check Oaln DIAMONDS. wed-
Flnlshln Specialist Putting them fur Entat
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FLOOR BANDING on your {
20
OrlanoV now. 20 E. Pin. dIal_6452. CAN HANDLE IMMEDIATELY loads with George Stuart. 13 8. Main St. gallon AG.A Automatic I :'
AB ant-Ads ttart In the Pentra-seal treatment. 20 GAS niture. RUM Mattress Co.. 1122 heater Tbw items guaranteed coed dint seu :AU new
Mania BeaUael Led are printed AMERICAN BEAUTY SALON-New i or part loads to Massachusetts or ; experience. Modern equipment.Work Church, ; 32213.VPHOL3TERINQ..5llp. phone 5158.TYPEWRITERS: condition Ph. 4915 i I stock. us "e set up. Jewelry
la I both th* Sentinel and Th location 44 Vi W. Church. Room en route. Fulford Van Jt: Storate Co.. n. tuaranteed. Licensed. Promptservice. w.\\ : Rental machines Co- Edtewater D. CeUcftjPark
Orlando Star *>a th* tame date.Th 7 and .. Phone <8931.< Irene. Audrey 133 N. Main: ph. 8286. C. B. Burke. 1551.finishin. : covers for immediate delivery OfllceEquipment I BATS-orret Craft !11.rc ftm- I .
I wonder where you'dfind lihlnc. We call without obllf 8543 Some I
all
and Marie; specialism types WANTED LOADS loads Exchange, SmithCoronaAtenta. II .ran.bt
Wsnt-Ad Department I* open or part of S.u.DINO. ,. cleaning I Call I used equipment | DUST PANS-Variety of colors and
..... daily. permanent: cold wave open Tues.Thura. I furniture t* North Carolina and FLOOR satiafac.lion. Iniram-Brown. 416 W. Central. 220 8. Main St.. TeL 8830. as 20c and Knot Store
&t S i
from 8:30 pja. I and .Klnl. Ouarantted a large amount of 2-OOOH or 22353.VENETIAN lone ae they Immediate deliVery I tP. UP.
Sunday from 8 ta 12 aja.OoadHa DD. by appplntment.__ Syracuse, N. Y. PUlford Van 6 Stor Licensed and lIoaded. Establish- Pine C.stl. lut it Construction Co. Ce E Pine Phone 2-3163
for Sunday Paper Saturday AMMERMAN'S BUOTYiI'ro.peetln ate Co.. 133 N. Main; ph. 8286. ed 182' OrlandO Floor Surf.etnl Co.. silk today? I BLINDS REPAIRED and 33. Articles for Sale 1 phone 2-2463.
craduttes mata appointment ... dIal 7536.j.iiib1NO.fmnhshin5A reflnlshed; experienced |
N. Oranee A. factory employes CaU
DOOILAd..nJNrI for your graduation per- 1*. Laundry WorkA 18011 complete I Orlando Venetian Blind Ml*. AQUELLA-Controls water leakage BAT TRAILER Knee action \1"RT radio .2.
are requested t. notify Co. 1739 S Kuhl 8059. dampness or aeepate on brick concrete with shock absorbers New
rnanentNowj2OL1nS46.......... :
floor service. Licensed bond- 8-ply tires. 8110 LAL Steel Co.. 4] I RING
.. Immediately of any errors In BEAUTY Salom. WAY TO SAVE-Try our self "". 19. Services Offered VENETIAN stucco. Any kind of masonrySmyth 8 DIAMOND -14 karat yellow
CHARLOTTt-KAr ed'AU work turnteed. John BLINDS REPAIRED: -Replace Brian St Phone 2-O231.
9654.
their ad as the Sentinel-Star will lee : Lumber Co. M. Oiatge and : or told with white told mountlni *4
bo rMponaibi for only on Indirect Ph.! 4014. iavftet you to tee Monck.Vivian them. I type laundry or :dry.machines.Play ground Wringer for- f ard.209W._ Amelia. Ph. 23039.FLOOR PAINTING Licensed contractor. slats. old slats with new aluminum Railroad. BOAT-20 ft. runabout with Ore I 1 karat center stone with 10 tile dla-
Hilda I Same
....rt1OIL for beauty Lawrence.culture.Martaret 'Wblddeo.UcCrory the kiddles. Ample parkins tpace. No SANDING and flnishlnt. Quality of the belt that costs you service.price Charles as reflnlshinc.Quick Venetian. ALUMINUM WARE-Good assortment I Marine motor. Can be eeen at City I I' mont. Value SLIP Box 231 8-StST.

appointments Self Skilled work and free estimates."Banders lesioBruih or .pr.,. Sianler P. Cur- Dock. Winter Garden. Will demonstrate DOORS Sash eablnete. .
. Bldl. lIP1t.ln.I necessary. Strack'i I Blinds. 1802 Edtewater Dr. 2-0455. of main kitchen items. Knox "
You Can Place Your 2-1255.: : Wed .
S&nder.Ph000 tll. 23930.FAINTING and Bun.BATRr I'
the store fixtures, book shelves.
Service Laundry. 31* W. Washington Stores Co.. 23 E. Pine Phone 2-3163.
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Want-Ad by Telephone I GENES BEAUTY SHOP-Sprln* *Peclals. St.. corner Waihlntton and Huthey8t. BANDING- -Finlshlnt. clean- "ort.Sm.1I WASHING "' iR"iP RS- : I in rust proof types of repair and work.
FLOOR AND CARPENTER .o O
heat wavet. Service ARMY SURPLUS GOODS Tents.
BU' reduction: In .'. equipment. All on all makes all work la ado Woodcraft. ..
phone 6924.B14DLPFNDNT modern low
Dial 4161 Cold waves a specialty. 204 5.. Mala I Int waling: Licensed bonded; or lane Jobs. Ph. 0922 alter uaranteed. Al Wlirlns. 2016 r.Kaley :. tanya wire cable electric I.n-I Free : cost. ton St.
Phone 8685. Do your own work tuaranteed. S pm Ave.. phone 6247. tetns. plant bed netting folding et.tm.t. Bob S."DI. Ph. I I
I laundry. Try the Belpy-Selfy Laundry 10 yr*. experience. For prompt service hULL double deck beds jungle 24632.BOATN.w.
RAY'S UTOPIA BEAUTY SALON ...hera. 21370. Base Floor Surlae- PAINTING-Ezterior. Interior. AH : DRILLING-Let us drill your CHAIR-Dr. Johnston 4131.i .
Open evenlnts. phon ball
no appointment flsl) fryers and grills. ) cypress, with DFA
809 K. Washiatton 8U phone 1735..lather' Licensed andbonded. I well and install your pump for hammMb'j 1 f.
work cuaranteed.
10. _Baby Sitters-Child Care I Permanent. necessary. Weeden-Matyl Ine CO. home vate Store. 46 E Church. well: $50. 2'1 sss driven nr i
Special or irritation. Easy
>> Day
Helpy-Selfy Laundry. 23C4 1:. Robinson Call 3-8922. paymentsnothing and oil '
LRE27NISORU55: down. 36 months AUTOMATIC WAIZECOOLERS byWestlnghouse. cut 15. One 11 hp. f si i DRINKING FOUNTAIN-Kelvlnator.
and to'
CHILD CAR-Experienced. CTDcelalrates 86 50 np. : dial 9437. know. how to rebuild refinish and PUBLIC STENOGRAPHY and letter Belmany Well Drllllnt and Pump pay Cordley. Sunroc: driven rip and of saw 8100. 30" I automatic thermnctat. BumbyHardware.
for working mothers. Axes RAY'S BEAUTY PARLOR-A3 types beautify JOur old pieces. Call by and wrltlnf. Parker BusIness Sen- I Supply. Winter Garden Rd. I mil Change your present dead expense circular cut off ; 115. Approximately -I 102 W. ChurchUl.ttl'lK .
1 years and up. Call 2-0155. permanent wave Pre-heat 4222.and la.! hervices Offered elect upholstery. RUM Mattress Ob.' tee: 2-1287. east of Orlo Vista Orlando '7081.I into a real investment. Terms if desired. I 1500 ft. rough 2x4. sited one
cold w.... a specialty. Dial 22213. 3s Inches: 875 per 1000. Call
1122 W. Church; __ Walter J. Wllcox. Inc. 61 X. I -1 I
NoticesLMLKDAPRAI'FORDPIehIC 38 E. Pin*. One plaee onl,._ AlLIS CHALMERS SERVICE and. I WASHING MACHINES REPAIRED by 1936" Garden 311-BUck.
1L ?jpeclal parts: tractors and power mill.Pane FuRNITURE OTHOLSTERY! -ReflnIshlnt PAINT ESTIMATES-Color lUfteetlonf. experts. Wo use genuine factory Roblnren.Founded February I SET-
SPRING PERMANINTS-Machine or bedroom suit Reliable painters recom froot3ote and Outboard ft ,
and Horn Machinery Co.. 430 4 Piece parts. All work tuaranteed. We .elll ATTIC FANS-5.U sues BAT motor I
read- snachlneless. 86 UP: phone 9964. W. Robinson; phone 2-2713. 142: .50. i Pier UrinE room suit 167np mended. Hatch. 6001. At OUdden'i. I pant and vrlnier rolls for all typesof 48 In We will make survey and I bo.t Johnson 12 HP. Beautiful Vermont Birch. Tsed two
loll eirale 2:30: Wed. Ml West Colombia Jewel Charm galoa.! M6 W. Amelia. Ph 1-11111. _ washers Caldcell Harris Repair estimate of complete installation at I at Bowden's. Orlo Vista I month. Price 885 Must be seen to
AT*.: ph. 2-2331. AWNINGS-Special detitn* *f individual FLOOiTflANDINO AND FIN HINO PIANO TUNINO-Muter technician Service. 2213 Edtewater Dr.. no cost. Terms up to 36 months. BEDROOM SUITE Special! With I b appreciated. 49 E. Harvard Avt.
readlni dally. 15. Schools and Instruction beauty on each home. Call reasonable. Wlllard & Kelser. Vogue Theatre each bedroom suite ,
ADVICE Pircbto Prompt servlc Modern .oalp- tunlnt. ft. Repatrlnc phone 2-1972. purchased one
circle TII... 8pm. Thur. 2:30 9694. Ventilated Awnlnts, 8t.of Orlando.Room meat portable power unit. t.bU.h- Brckrr. 441 N. Huther St. 24118. WATER PROOFING Block. Colonlaltown; flal :8136. 'Item free. Moore furniture" Co.. 2300
115. 14 E. Church : All
Blob masonrysurface
SUB, 1 PJB. 44 ft W. Church. Rm. ACCOUNTING. Intlneerln : ed 1933. Skilled workman: licensed; PLUMBING: -West Central Plumbing .. Exterior Interior. Thoro ALUMINUM WINDOWS Double Edtewater Dr.BATHRO I
12. ft.,. Cherry office phone 7088. School: International ApprovaL Correspondent U O. ACETYLENE and electric. welding: bonded; Insured. Stevens Floor Bur- ft HeatIng Co. 15 H. Bryan. Day system also porches doors windows hung. Cost lens than steel windows CABINETS-Rere sed of
Vet machine work on'pumps mill
BARBER: : SERVICE chain ready Schools. 8282. taw faring Co. Phone 6582.FURNITURB 2-2238.; Night 753$. screened N. J. Barnes 7452. Never needs paint. They wont warp. ; good range of prices DEEP WILLS .PUMPS
2974 ph. road construction m.ehlnen.lu..l..um I
with fast efficient Row*. Box : and ; 20 Southeast Steel tenon Stores Co.. E.
to serve yon and brass ..tla.. McKlnney REPAIRED and ref in- PIANO TUNING-Rebulldln. Factory Price reduced % 2 Pine. Phone
service. AU Union chop. W* elos at PIANO LESSONS: Mr*. William Machine Worka. 131" W. Kaley. lobed like new. Cabinets made to 1600 S. Orange Blossom Sales Co. 100 W. Amelia Ave. downstalrr 2-3163 Tim payments. 38 months to pay.
technician.
Bid Barber Shop. 60 X.Church. Crlte 517 Piedmont Street. Phone 2-1442. while mint. Wt aU typo
11:30.: East: order. TlndaU Furniture Co.. 2323 N. Tr. 5783; Leo Brancheau. WELL DRILLING. ; I II BEVERAGE COOLER Brunswick have
REAL ESTATE LAW and practice. AWNINOS. porch curtain Venetian Orant Call 6546.: I ALUMINUM MOULDINGS and trim- Blue-Flash. Liquid and solid food pumps on hand Come tLI them
TRIPS find I for broker and ...Ium.n. blinds glider con riDe. PUU line *f mines. Also sink rims standard refrigeration. Easy over. Libby Jt 71 W
DO UNEXPECTED youunprepared Preparation material. Phone 9826. Florida Awnlac FAN REPAIRS-Cleaned and serviced: We drill and narantee. any size deep access; tretterstorage Church.
? Why worry? I-hour cutset start each week. 139 Co., 432 .. Hu.hey expert electrician. Johnson Electric well you require. Pay while you sizes 20% off. Southeast Steel Sales capacity; faster cooUI. Immediate
dry nimbi service available. Peck E. Pine St. Phone 6568. ; Co.. 23 E. Church. Ph. 8188. PUMP SERVICE: use well. Nothing down. 36 month. Co. 100 W. Amelia A... downstairs. I delivery, easy Urm. Orlando -
Quality cietnen 813 X. Wtihlncton.MJRIXL HIGH SCHOOL-Complete your high ALARM CLOCKS REPAIRED: -Any reflnlshed. PLUMBING AND to pay. Libby & Freeman. Ill W I Phon* 21442. I II Appliance Co.. lc.. M.Orante .
( time with kind of clock or electrIc equip ITURE-Ullholatered. I dial 4337. ENGINES-Gasoline. dtstlllate7i; .ndI
la Church. PANS All
PARKER. ipiritusl9 Read6iat school at home spar 418 Ootha. AT&IC slsrs. Complete
Ingrain-Brown Pumps.
Text furnished.No ment. We fix everythlnt. Barker Repair Slip covers. Trscr's Plumbing A I selection of small fane. Orlando duel engines for agricultural sodindustrial
Circle Thnrs. School.
,
dally. pja American MIXER Portable with
22353. -
tl Central. 7696. W. Central; 2-0006 *r Florida I CONCRE
48 Ph.
i\tab X. Washlnttgn. Dial 2-4. classes. Diploma. Free booklet. Shop. W. dial 116. Alk for-County Appliance Co. Inc. 210 N. OrangeAve. HI. motor: -I III.t.U.tOD. Florida Pipe
WASHED. In.Id. Please fo .tl"eud ft Sanely I 6116
HOUSES-WINDOWS
Writ American School. Dept. O.C.P. ADVICE TO BUILDERS-And SMpply Phone 4537.LUTOUATICWATER. I pallets Melon o 13
Lake .peciaiiTn
WELL
MRS. T. haLL JR. 61S Dot and 1519413.pl.UMBINOFlrIt. DRILLING-We
O. Box 3161. Orlando. quotation See Mr. Icon at Mill and out. Floors waxed I Block Winter Garden. ELECTRIC WATER HEATERS-Also
HEATERS
Cr. would like to contact P&FSfllor polished. Phone Btmberc. 7228: or small diameter deep wells 2". 2V Plant I
cnardlaa of deaf children not it Nebraska. call nlthtt 23098. and 3" Can Install well and pump Electric: 10: 30 and 40 gallon CHEST OP DRAWERS- /1111hrd. til. Popular sizes select yours this
wver 6 years old. Preparatory to 16. Travel Information BEAD AND PEARL STRINGING of FHA plan. Call or write F. F. "Mertlandg. Limited quantity, but all wood 4r.e. 20 Inch 814 13. week. Walter J Wilcox. Inc.. 61 C.Roblntnn. .
pre-echool movement jewelry and watch repair tuaran- HOOVER VACUUM CLEANER Service. French" mmediate Initallation. Convenient S Founded 1836.
rtanixlnc a repair ; Lontwood Fla. Phone 6. dr.we. 4 drawer.
AMERICA and South Noerad,' 11 Ma ruder Are. Bumby Hardware Co.. 102 W.Churel class. Alpo Kelser. VogueTheater b 11.1.
for deaf. CaH 2-2505. CENTRAL teed. 'HEATINa terms. Wlllard tt I 30 lah. 3 drl.n. 30 at
work. Now available by Bill King ALL MAKES cooklns. : 1119. Irb.
Fasdnatlni vacation \:; phone 6104. dial
MOTOR BOATS FOR n8HING-Ra- America BOOKKEEPING SERVICE to fit your of Orlando oldest licensedplumbers washer refrigerators and other Block. Colonlaltown 817.93. Furniture Co. 1 Colonlaltown. -
duced prlcet. 20% off: 82.90. 83 60. land. You say when and we will Individual need AL your tjlflc or I BUCKET'S HOME: REPAIRS From one For prompt repair service appliance service Work tuaranteed. 5136. _ _ ELECTRIC WATER JAT
14JO 8700. Un bait. Soc dot. Fre make the reservations.E.CentraU: OrlandoTravel 9504.: our*. Modern fee*. 3-1287. Parker front to back from roof ventllatlnc.to cellar. phone 50 9. Residence 1729 Orand R. N. Medlln. phone 7364 or 2-3021. APARTMENT KITCHENS-Complete j CANOES. Old Town just .11..4

dock fishlnc. lane picnic troundi: Srrvlc.J18 Business Bervlf_ _ _ Including heatIng and Can 8O26.IIOMK Ave. FOUND-A 5-hour dry cleaning ser with electric refrigerator range square ended, Automatic Beaten en hnc1. 1-1.1
brine family! friend: ale place for CARIBBEAN::OUATFU ALAN cruise. BUILDING-repalrln and palntln All work tuaranteed. and sink and cabinets. A few for immediate !- Sponson; 11. 13. 16. 17 and Ion. 670 each. p.mrnt.
... ... Travel Service. 116 E. -SERVICEan.r: repair PAINTING-9il2 rooms: ceiling vice. Pecks Quality Cleaners 813 13 Ilft Nothinc down. 36 monthe .
a day off. Children *. It h. Orlando Prompt service. Licensed and bond- : including flat oil. Low E. Washintton delivery. Modern Pine Castle ft Construction ..
Paul Taylor. Winter Garden City Central: dial 9504 ed. J. W. Montsomery.pls. 2-om. i New construction. Window screens rates w.lIa.eitterlors.$12 Helfand. 2-4287.. I Inc 428 N. Orange. : .APPIl.actl'l Pine Castle. Pla_ __ _ Lloby ft Freeman. 711 W. Church
..ndIIond.d ....
service. Llcenned : :
154-Qreen. caulkIng
and -
Dock HAVANA
: ph. and Nassau by boat or
CABINET AND MILLWORK to special Dow.well. Phone 952J.HOUSK RADIOS REPAIRED-12 to 18-hour' 31. Good Things to Eat ALUMINUM CASEMENT CONOOLEUM RUOS in aU 11P.
HIDEOUT GROCERY. 235 W. Church plan Call Orland Travtl Service. order. Central Florida LumberCo. eiuaranteed. Pickup -A-silng style Special prices on all .
Will five 10""* discount on ell pur.chases 118 K. Central: dial 9504. ". Mills and Nebraska. ASHEa m : windows and service.delivery.Work Cooper's Music Store. :I BEANS for cannlnt. $1.75 per hamper. Immediately. Screens for all kinds of I Slaughter's. 48 West Central Ave. ELECTRIC ItgFRIOERATORimaliWealloebous. .
from Monday. April 28th i i"fi'cjf\W.n. vicinity] : also inside work looks like metal casement windows. Aluminumroof In tood condition.
ND1 or : Cold ... National
4653. .tor. 250 2-total
Phone Boone
I REGISTER
CLEANING AND PRESSING Cashand 20 W. Church. CASH -
throutb. Saturday. May 3rd. Free de LeavinC May 9th Take two. Call paint Job. Cleaning and waning Street. and siding- Also aluminum garage 1 $80 Phone 2-4111.
livery.SWEDISH. Wlndermere 2202 Blue. carry price will save you floors our specialty. 2-4307. RADIO REPAIRS-You've tried the doors. / .t cms tie type. Southeast I Will answer laQlllrt. immediately. ELECTRIC PANS-Several types atKelvlnator
arthritis money. Brine us your clothes. Soperlor HOUSES- WASHED with steam Iere.U rest now try the best. Barton's. BEST TEMPLES valencies Sweet. Steel Sales Co., 100 W. Amelia Are.downstairs. I P.O. 10. 3281 D ptBnmby Hardware
: )&A.840S-Por ; MIAaO Leavlot May 9th. Lad, drlvInt. Cleaners. 21 Boone St. ..
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Gil what property owners have nest to Colony Theater Winter Park. seediest trspflrult at lowest prlres. Phone 2-1442 CAMP STOVES-Just received a large 102 W. Church.ELECTRIC .
neuritis: slenderIzIng: Miss Take 3 or 4. Relerencet. Return Soft drinks 81 shipment. Hardware. 103 '
CONCRETE: WORK; driveways; steps, Phone 13.Rlt'R10ERATlON case. Finest Iruits.'eeetables. Bumby
A... 2-2918. been looklnt for. Entirely different LADDERS straight
1206 W. Yale ALUMINUM ; Automatic
bert. in few days. 1315.iiEWroRKLeuln. IRONS- control
licensed Home baked toods The W. Churrh.
walk noon aeptl tanks
only. ; from hand washing yet" no more ex : SERVICE-Househeld 10. 12. 14 ft. Just right for 8'1 Universal. Proctor .
Ladles _ ;
May 4th or bonded; Southern! !State! Floor TYontler Stores. 8. Orante Blossom 88Oa.Bamb.Hadw.r.
pensive. In fact yea will think your and commercial. SpecIalize Ineballdln. home. Firestone, Orange and CABINE SINK4 doors don. 102 W.
'iPii iA.UPPORTS Individuallydtiltntd. Jth. Would Ilk a reliable driver. Co. 7814 or 9-2206 for eitlmte bout hat had a new paint Job. does .. repairing cazes. coolers; Trail at 20th.BREAKFAST AIRPLANE: : ; I 4th house of Cllreb.
: Mrt. Warren. :0Itl Call 8908. CARETAKER: : SERVICE: lawn ..ndurd.n not affect flowers paint or shrub Fertucon Refrigeration. S N. Terry.phone 25e and up: 7 to 11; MODELS-e..orl.lr.conrord'j EIIw.te on old Apopka ERIC BTOVE-Practically news
Phon. 2-3506 models and .e Pleas .
Washlntton. or
OLD VIRGINIA or West Virsinia.L.avine ; by experienced horticulturists. bery. We restore the erlttnal color 9752. Plate lunch SOe: 11 to 2. Table service tlellho.
boats
racing .
TO ALL REALTORS and brokers. Ian May 12 to 14 or _If. Rate reasonable. W. C Fras*. to asbestos or tile roofs. Steam ROOF REPAIRING-New roofs installed. at Lanev's: 149 N. Oranee.ORANOESORAPETRIJITTre.. supplies.Railroad Haleys. 214 N. Orange. 6B68 CABIN CRDISIR Sleeps 6. Price 20403.ECRtC
today wlthdrawinc my property Take 1. References. PO. Box: :3104. 2-4409. House Wanhlnt Co. Ph. 23625. Patchtnt and palntlnc. : ripe; : I 13.500. Call Mrs. Kelly at Cocoa WATER HSATCRA M

from the market. Pleat make ROCHESTER.. N. Y_Around 15th. CLAY ROADS BUILT-Also lime rock LAWNS GRADED. raased.; top toU.- "Red the Roofer." Phone 21255. sweet delicious 11.25 per bu.. 1l0e ARTIST SUPPLIES oils-Textile essels.sets water 9132 or Glngrts Boat Works. Cocoa. : sire gas iO-tallon
your record read aeeordlntly.: Ella: W..tpd0 drive 2 ladles.8S01 paving with turUf treatment. AU lawn work. .Free estImatesZbirhardt. ROOFING-Free estimates. 3 yearsto and tl bats. We .hlp bushels. 8225 color sets. Ollddenf. canvas Florida. water betters. Bnraby Hardwtrt. 102
and brushes At W. Church
T. Dlffley.W.
Elisabeth 8U after S lI.m. Work tuaranteed. Bumby As Simpson 21740. par. Work guaranteed. Roll plus exprest.: Fresh orange and CELLOS perfect wallboard -
P. KELLY. Retlttered Surveyor.Charth Inc. Phone ANTIQUE-Lovely old black walnut I SiINGT. FANS- 4 95 up; mixers;
ST. LOUIS-Leaving Tues. 8th Via S437. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS: Repaired. rhlncles or built up and grapefruit juice; 81 taIlonwC. R. Saves time I ECIC
and Main Arcad. Phone Albany Colombo Cbattanooa. CONCRETE SERVICE Floor Kochendarfer. Matruder Arcade. sldlnt. Smith it 8 chairs clean good "
348.. Mexican pigskin Fair Store. 10 w.
2-3554. .
Take 3; sbar Lincoln ear. Returning rooves. driveways step and walks. Phone 2-2400. RADIO SERVICE-Special condition. 1178 Washington Avenue. I RaIlroad.COMMERCIAL Chuch.
about 20th. Ph. 6847. The best. la entlneertnt. workmanship MATTRESSES: REMADE and custom gIven lane radio-phono combinations VALENCIA: ORANGES-The best to Eurtls REFRIGERATORS FURNITURE In lot for ft rooms. 9ft.Kelvlnator. .
12. Lost and Found LADY want transportation t*> Chieato and material Free estimates.For built. Good ttronc ticking In many with automatic chanters. se"-I .hlp. We have theml Also for I 42 cu ft. capacity. 1947 model! forImmediate ), ., washer .Ie
or Champatin. Illinois concrete work of aU kinds call pattern Expert workmanship tuar- ice uaranterd. hIghest quality. home use. II 25 bunhel Grapefruit BOATS-One 25 ft. Oibbs Cruiser delivery. Walter J. Wilcox trie sewing machine 12x>8 tent .r-
BILLFOLD LOST-C01lt.nu around around May 15th. Phop 9851.LADY" 6780 or 9530 Buchanan Concrete Co. anteed. Russ Mattress Co.. 1122 W. OB. Radio Service. 358 N. Orange.phone 75e bushel. Klnc Fruit Co.. 1401 W. 90 HI'. Marine motor sleeps 4; Inc- 61 E. Robinson Founded 11138.11'UNTE paulin. Real Barla. Turn left at
.,.. Finder please eaU 8855.sLacs Washington 7267. price 82.000 .18 ft. Utility speed Standard Oil on W. PlantSt.
WANTS ride to Ashevill or CARPENTRY: and repairs. No lob too Church a-2213. 8942. : boat. 50 H.P. Gray Marine motor: FREEZER Mills for cue- .. 3rd house. Winter Garden. Fla.FURNITURE .
; MARX LOST-Approximately small. Prompt service. Ph. 21239. MATFRZS8iiBEBUILT-NeW I e cream. Hsrdenlnt boxes.
Hendersonvllle N. C. about Mar 1. : mattresses price 8600. 24 ft. Deluxe Truscott
tua year old. Weight about Silo 817 Peachtre Road. Bat and Sun. Week day after 4. made to order; finest quality 32. Articles for Rent Cruiser delivered in late 1946. 150 I serving cabinets, sterilizers. Sell all -Unused. Used be bourht abused
Ibt. Child's pet. Phone 2-3257. CONCRETE FLOORS Dr"a-""'. at factory prices. Kchols Bedding RUGS AND UPHOLSTERY cleaned. H.P. Chrysler motor: price .. or part. Laney'e. 149 N. Orante. and Indifferent of can the horn
from Mather
NO PROBLEl\IS-ro TOUGH for Sentinel-Star pears In business. Free" estimate hlthvsT., just south of the under Ph. 2-4318. KleenUe. Co. Branch Co. Phone 2-4533. B. Smith Sanford Boat Worki .300.1 motion picture: in stock .R !
a 'I AERO >MAYFLOWER> TRANSIT CO.. C. W. Mid,. Winter Park 485.CONTRACTBUILDNO pass. P.O. Box 187. Orlando. Ph. FLOOR SANDER: -Edeer: and polisher. Sanford 1132.BATHROOM get Tell us what you want. Photo ,i&iwts: .m t.bl. lamps.

Want Ad. Whether It's finding Long distance movlnr. Call Joiner of new Winter.! Park 958-W. AU new, Arnold Paint Store. 407 ACCESSORIES-High Teese Camera Store Leesburt, F1*.__ Special Bumby price Hardware.. KelYn.torDpt .

lost valuables scarce housingor Tan and Btorat service for free home and repatt to home and OFFICE MACHINES REPAIRED-Our REFRIGERATION REPAIRS-You've B. Orange.2-3756. Parking In rear. quality chrome in modern design; CYPRESS LAWN SETS Better .
merchandise one's waiting estimates; aU* local movlnc. .Btorat buildings of any kind. Repairs fin service tuaranteed. Check: with tried the rest now try the best. I FLOOR SANDER and edger; al.o cabinet towel bars. toap dishes glass hold- made 2 chairs. 1 settee. 110. 7arner's. -
packlnt. crams and thipplnc. 1400 anced. See T. P. rMllard. 39 X, Amelia Oeort* Stuart. 13 8. Main St.. phone Barton's next to Colony Theater. sander and floor polisher.Wyekoffs en etc. Knox Stores Co.. 25 1:. PIne 1234 Orange. Winter Park. F&
. ...' now to solve yours.4161.: S. Division; ph. 7988. ; phone 2-4032. ..ua.i Wirier Park. Phone 93. I | Hdw 2524 Kuhl. 2-2821. Phone 2-3163. I 678W for a set. [Continued On Next Pace]


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iwo under bonds of $1,000 each set by ,i ant revealed that he has been ter recently In Palm Beach a Forest Cir. later moving to San- of Merrltt Island four sons, Ellis

Indicted d the U.S. Commissioner.The I Former Sailor receiving a pension from theVeterans' $$1,000 DonatedTo meetn arranged by S. H. Bow ford ? family. In 1912 she ,' and George of Cocoa Roscoe of

indictment declares that j Administration as a m Cermont. entered training for a nurse at' Ft. Pierce and Lamar, in the Marine

on or about, April 1. 1944 Sharp !I result of a nervous condition: "e go a long way Port Orange Saniau In 1018

and Merrideth "unlawfully wil- developed while he was in the toward helping equip Do Lake she married son Corps; two daughters Mrs.
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fully, and feloniously conspired Navy. lie declared he was sorry Camp for the season" of Dr. and Mr. Aberathy Abrath. Or- Gwendolyn Masse of Cocoa, and

By Grand Jury to commit the oUeDAel! 'harged.! I Draws Sentence for his crime and asked the Scout Camp Tomas said. "It will be spent on lando and Tampa. I Mrs. Velma Lee Carter of Lwden

and that this continued until mercy of the court. equipment. since the Funeral services will be held County. Ga.; three brother

Dec. 18, 1944 In Orange County. I'I Cecil Lawrence. who pled guilty camp is leased from the U.S. For Friday at 3 pjn. from ElseisteinI two sisters.
Charges that 'Prani: J. Sharp. Criminal Court Judge W. M. I Receipt of a (1,000 donation toward estry Service." i Wigginton Home for Funerals with
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Ten overt acts are listed. In the 'I personal I
manager and F.' O. Merrideth. assistant first of these Sharp is alleged to Murphy yesterd a y sentenced i property without the permission I equipping Doe Lake Camp Dr. Rber McCal officiating. Beef of U. S. Commercial grade
of the Acme D1stributing I
manager t have Informed C. F. Gehman the' Woodrow Wilson Kinard. 19, a i of the owner drew a Sentence new Central Florida Boy Scout Obituaries w1 Sanford In gives good results when cooked in
Company conspired to
: the Lake Cemetery.She moist heat for a pot roast or
of six months in the county as
and did violate OPA maximum : latter would have to pay 50 cents former sailor to seven years In the Council camp located near Weirs- SOWLE INFANT
Is survived by two stew.
price regulation on beer In 1944 : per case in excess of maximum State penitentiary after the defendant -I I jail. Testimony brought out that dale In Ocala National Forest 55 and Mrs. siter. I
: ceiling prices on beer. In another I I Lawrence had been sent by the I Infant daughter of MaJ. Mrs. J. E. Baker and I

are contained in a Federal GrandJury Sharp Is alleged to have told Steve I I had pled guilty to a owner of the automobile Involved miles Northwest of here was an- Mrs. Donald E. Sowle of Arlington. of Sanford; one niece. Mrs. Grover : \

Indictment filed yesterdayIn j Janlga the premium would be 75 charge of assault with Intent to I to get his lunch. Instead of re- nounced yesterday br'Lacy G. Va.. died in Walter Reed Hospital Whidden, Orlando. and two I' BODY WORKAND

the U B. District Court. cents over the maximum ceiling. I commit a statutory offense.I I I| turning. Lawrence admitted the Thomas, council president. Washington Sunday night. Funeral nephews. Ralph Went an Ernest i;
The Aone Distributing Co.. was t I
I { automobile had been driven into The gift was made by a corpor- services will be conductedThursy C. Baker of Orlando.
Eight other overt acts list sales t
described in the Indictment asa disclosed that the
Testimony WORK
I where it sold ation known as Happy Landings. morning at 10 a.m. GLASS
and deliveries on dates In April. Georgia was on a fro j
wholesale dealer In domestic malt .
I May. June. August. September to victim was a four-year-old girl. I forged certificate of ownership. Inc. composed of a group of five graves Ide at Greenwood SIR. LEMUEL S. DINKIXS

beverages Both defendants at Orlando. I Janiga. Charles D. Wonsetler. Hat- I, Witnesses Included Drs. Arthur I That State it was testified. Is now men from various parts of the tery, with Mnsgr. Bishop of Mr. Lemuel S. Dlnklns. 67. died .

are at liberty country who have set aside the St. James Catholic Church of- at his home on Merrltt Island I II
tie Jackson. J. E. Cothren. Lillian McGugan and P. L. Moon who j holding a warrant for Lawrence In money" I SPECIAL FOR 3 DAYS
connection with the fraudulentsale. for projects of this type he said. ficiating. Carey Hand Funeral Monday night.
Black and George C. Francis by
/ ABC I testified that the youth was sane I The automobile was recovered. I Mark S. Porter Chicago lumberman Home in charge of arrangements.MRS. In Charlton County. Ga..
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and Dr. B. P. Harter. who told the who has been a Winter has lived here for COMPLETE: < 2f AA
DIAPER SERVICE overcharges ranging from $3.50 .. Din yDS'VV
court of the condition of the small visitor Cocoa and Palm Beach. BERTHA PAINT JOB
in ABERXATIYMrs. seeral y ar.I
to $155. The court also of two I E
New Accounts and Future I I victim, as well as her mother. and disposed Is president of the corporation. Bertha E. Aberathy. The body will be sent to Folks-

Reservations Are Solicited I I Deputy Sheriff George Jump. the assessed small fines against sever- The donation was obtained by I E. Gore Ave., died Wednesdaymorning I ton. Ga.. for funeral and intermentat Vogts Paint & Body Shop :

Telephone 2-1177 I An Intense sleepiness is the arresting officer. assessed mall fines against sever- Thomas, Scout Executive HaroldV. I at the Orange Memorial 11 a.. Thursday, at the NewBethel 103Vi S. Orange BlossomTrail
commonest warning of an attackof Speaking his! own behalf al persons who pled guilty to minor '
OEUaNDO WINTER PARK I I traffic violations. Pace and Field Executive JohnL. i Hospital following a short Ues.I Church. Rear of Diamond T Salts ft Service

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r-. (OOrlnnb Srnttnrl S3. Articles for Sale 33. Articles for Sale 38. Plants, Flowers and SeedsWE I AUNT HET POOR PABy 15L _nooses for Sale ___ I, 51. nooses for Sale 51. Houses for Sale


PLASTERING pin VWETIAN Aluinu HAVE MIXED cow pe.velvet' Br ROBERT QUILLEN CLAUDE CALLAN EAST SIDE-New three bedroom LAKE FRONT BOMZ-BesutlfuL I
Page 20 THTJRS..MAY 1. 147 Mutual LT- .. Outside B Alu. ban. eotaa( late) CRKE PAR-2 Wee baths and home, oak floor*. floor furnace Ule miles from Leesbvr 3V-room bungalow -
Mt.ok P. mum Rust-Proof Steel and Wood S I& cover crops. He- I t te unulul combination bath Imeiat possession A good included 3-car garate Immediate

I Coat from Preceding Page) Inside Blinds P Ter quick deliveries tart eal ar.D' cane. Egyptian offered bungalow 2 th Immaculatemodern 10. Call Otto Rasmuses occupancy. Box 327 Fruit-
Aluminum Various other garage. All
" whet crop : with Realtor 4308 land Park
Furniture, Reconditioning Work car seeds Prices reasonable coxweU s 4 laAl" shape. Terms if desired H.
; S3 Articles for Sale PLUMBING FIXTURES fully performed Adams V.neta Plant Store 120 West C. Babok. Jr.. with Robert R Tyre. EAST SIDE-New frame cottage 2
: Blind Service919 W. Orlando. Fla. R.ltor. 1 W. Washington 6174.COLONIALTOWN bdm large rear porch More LAKE ADAIR SECTION-Exceptional
}' Cypress. 7 ft 10n. If it Is plumbing you are la need Orlando 9558 er C.ntrl da. 1300. terms Howard home for exceptional price in exceptional
IJC PT. 11$ per 100 of-We have ill Easy Payment Witr I 39. Livestock and Broker: 306 N. ; 7325. neighborhood. Cool front
f S in. I.. $butt TreeCo VENETIAN BLINDS 3-day delivery Supple -New frame bungalow Porch and aide porch leading into

Winter 10. Ltt. Pumps {Jeep or Shallow Wel Custom made by Charles at 1803Ediewater COLTS 2, 1 registered TenD wall 2 bdroml. complete bsth. EAST SIDE-For a location Just on large living room. 3 bedroms with
Pone Tank of an (tie*. Deep Dr. Ph. 3-0455 1 filly. 3 years large lot $ King Realty block off Colonial Drive bath between 2. bright dining room.
; FANS-Fans o all kinds. Table bins pumps. heaters bor.. old ca 30 E. Church 8435, I there is .D attractive possibility for I large kitchen with lavatory. extz>
floor rom window .nl .tU WATE TANK. wit gas enjoying a very nice home and shower room. Laundry with set tufQ
Payments .ly .. $10 Tracy Fla Dial 118, ask large AU QOAT8-2. .milch. $20 and $25CaU COLLEGE PARK-Furnished. New building a motel or tourist court I I 2 ear gsrate. Extra large lot hun
sociated 143 N. Orange .. for- Oota. fittings Also oU heaters. Ph 9214 after 3pm. Connoly. Lexington ra refrigerator 5 roms frme.P..r with extra ground around the main shady oak*. $10000 unfurnished
Phone 5300 lI1W-1. or 38 N. Rosalind Ave Ave.Orlo Vlt.. COltrcto. Hadwo 1 house. See this property at $11000 $11.000 furnished Can be financed.

10 inch dia WALL BOARD- tt-lnch Insulating extra nice b AUachee with handsome furniture included See er can Morlarty with Joe O.
FAst moel attic fan 4x8 Ihet Also 3/16 Upson HIEuemle abut 10th. One Price market at (8950 Mr. Unfurnished 11.40. CaU Mr. Morskl Myers. Realtor, 29 W. Washington.
C board Nebraska j Morgan Nunex with Herman lac with 3-0836. 109 X.
Emerson Rbbln MII a Jersey & OoW O'Haa-Mor. Dial 8881.
677 N.
W"tnrhoU. Broker. Orange
Walter J. Ie very gentle for child. Bronson a 185. Pine
Wnn. Pounded GLOBE Ph. 4151. Sons Van Burn Ave.
61 WORLD COLLEGE
R.ne furnished
198.IlEoplt Vista PAK-3-blom. EAST SIDE-5-room modern bunra LAKE FORMOSA SECTION Neat
for live room PITCHER PUMPS I .. Har low. Beautifully excellent and clean three-bedroom two-
fure.
Includesall WALL SAFES.-Perfect for protecting HOR&une and gentle gelding yard W. U Untoa. Broker 2217 condition. land story home tn nice location with
electric equipment Will ..cr1 Pitcher Pumps with brass cylinder; I I home valuables Good insurance to.a must selL Ph. Edgewater Dr.; 4595. Icap lot. For price and terms see large living room dining room. Oak

for quick aale 625 W. King price 675. I j tn.the home Mill a Nebraska. Winter Park. 32. CENTRAL AVE.. E.-Mice 6-room An Realtor; 37 W. floor TIP and down paved street.

FREEZERS 3 sixes In latest models. MILK COW-Guernsey. Fresh in Oct. frame bungalow oak floors 61-ft. litton. W..h.1 Priced at $8500 for quick (ale. Call

From 1249. uP. Prompt delivery. Tracy Plubt & Pumps, Gotha. Plenty of milk now A few yearling "Cousin Henry's theories Nora claims she was a frontage. Unfurnlzh-d Pic. $8500 FRT CITY RAI Reeds Moffat with O P. Swope. 60

Walter J Wilcox L Robinson Pnda. SUPPLIES hens 1600 8. Bay St. Eustla, Fla, I Ask for H-988 Condlt. porch, blok. years old. I B Pine 5812 er 2-4080 after hour
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Founded 1636 wIG south of Green Tile may be right, but I doubtit. beauty when she was Real' r 37 E. Central Ave 6137. Furnished: electric a 6

FENCE Heart pine. For Please dial 118. A for-County 200 Amp portable welding ouUl. MI COW-Guernsey. 2 year old. but I don't believeit. I COI: .E PARK-Modern. furnished land 11.00 1210 LAKE FRONT-3-tery. modem. 3
PS ferneries and 11W-1. Complete welding .uPpU.la k 214 gallons daily. First calf A man's' theories don't young, 5 am frame house. Screened In"lt. Redditt. acr"l bedroom and tile bath npstalr.

r&.r. Inrln t>h. 21147rLUORESCENT DIstributor of Lcoln $100 See. Chants Stelfox. Rt.. 4. B I lived right in the same front porch .t.che garage O lot. Ct 6823 1 bedroom and tile bath downstair

hines and ro. H R WUal 574 Curry-Ford Roard generally work if the man 75 x 135 Prl..d 196. AI for FAIRBANKS AVE- Oak floors oil furnace large base
14-15-20 FEI. $ lt. Supplies 811 Bec St. D.mn TWENTY HIVE OF BEES-CaU town on' I never heard people H-958. Harold V. ; 37 I with ground 71x147.rOyhof':I ment. Beach Owner has left town.

Store watt Church.rtJRNrrtJRz.Row _. PIPE and black and galvanized i Be.c Fla. Ph after I p. at 825 Anderson won't." call her a sinner. E. Central Ave 6137 I nished 150.1180 .atm. For quick sale. $17.900. terms W. B.
PI fttr. Main Su
Pay Florida Street. COLLEGE PARK-To close an Estate ml:. Estate. 8 EI Nicholson Realtor, 14 S.
ana u. cent Supply Co.. 630 .. Church: Pip. we have a -bedroom bunga I Central I Phone 2-1619.
cash and aave 10 t 2 pr WATER WELLS and irrigation supplies 40. Fet Stock and Supple I I 150. low with glassed-in sleeping porch I FAIRBANKS AVEAttractive well-

.. 70u 1fh. B. Ptlr I PUMPS-Centrifugal Plv for grove I : pipe puPI. engines aPp 48. Houses for Rent Wanted to Rent furnished Priced at $8.000. Might b; built 6-room house completely fur- LAKE IVANHOE SECTION 3-bed
Curh 1820. 1 and farm Pipe .. 630 W. Church. C 8P AIPerred$25. bought for less it you hurry See nuh d. $2700 rash balance room home on quiet shady street.
7jRs.TTURZBedroom set $5950. I &Supply Co.. 630 W. Church 6118 & .. Forola MODERNISTIC BUGAW-B.uu-I APT.-2 or 3-room furnished ap.n E. Wheeler with Harold Shepherd In small 1,10 p. R. Compare at $8500 Henry M. Burch.

gat leg table $22 50: living room PAINT-Interior and exterior; quick- 811.WASHING MACHINE-Easy. $45. Orange and Clay Winter Park. Ph. 82-M. fully fumb.d. ob'' ment. Permanent bules woman Realty Co. 20 E Washington St. Boland. Realtor m.nt.Ble.. Broker 12 8. Main: 2-1090

suite $35. beds $$. Whitmire Furniture drying enamel, ..mh Wilson Blossom Trailer CaU DOG FOOD Kibbles and X-cel.: dogremedies tttlon baby on but Close t and Phone Phone 5124 or 2.2629 after 6pm. N. Orange: 2-4551

Co. 306 W. Cur h._ Leonard Hardware, t Central. 9363 Park and .uppUe. OrlandoXcel 6 months lease mast vacate then 2-3259. COLLEGE PARK-Just east of Edge- FAIRBANKS AVE. 6-room house,' LAKE FRONT HOME Exceptional

TUGIDAIRE eu. ft. Electric Rfricerator *- I Phone 2-218. WEED C1JTTIRS.-IAvelY and Stor Dial 2-3524 Johnston Henry Broker. 6 W. Church APT OR or water Dr. we have a modern bUD completely $5850: location on large beautiful lake:
Telephone u. fumlhe. 125
A-l condition. PAINT-Brocado pat hides In on others Stores Co.Ld" East 5tr.t. HOUEFuree, galow in excellent condition. 2 bedrooms eash. Balance It highly restricted built-up. weU-paved

2-7801 coat. Also fills cracks $ Pine Ko PUPPIES-1803 8. Bumby. or 2 yrs lease 210 E Copelaad DrIF tile bath. attached garage. buy of the week Sam Hutchins.Breker. section 3 bedrooms living room. dinIng -
50-foot nlh gallon Smith Lumber Co..N. Orange 2318.WRC 47. Booms for Rent by he.te room screened living porch 2M 8. Main 7811 room kitchen aU extra-large
GE HOE LETTERING OUIDES-Oov- ?. OR .
Special and HOUSE2 blom closet lighted Well rooms: all-tile bath extra-large
nD Rairoad. all tie*. $1 FROZEN HORSE MEAT-Hill'*. Five fumed HIGHLAND LAKE This bungalow
B & J and surplus ( e.ch AGNES ST. 221-On* or two per- Officer f.mly. 18 including all electric screened front porch large screened
tackson come Bn PUMPS and water systems C. W. A Your choice Smith-Wilson Co, thousand pound used week in lons Semi-private bath. Ext. 1281 8-5 1ukda, Venetian blinds, etc. Priced to sell like new. With S large room and breezeway 2-car garage with space
( Jory. 4)5 West Robinson A"e W. Central: Orlando Sold only at pr.at. Permanentveteran. bath on thl bautu I.k. Large
25 and 50 BO 1'1. home with contenlal FURNISHED HOUSE Stmpsn-t.tn. Realtor. and connections ready for laundry;
8712 or nel Shop Marks St and Met.1 3-room Also
OARE HOEKor8a. lue. 88. 9-pound Marnola. children. Near .parmelt
Oarland WASHING MACHINES Wife and 2 511. General Electric automatic water
lnlth. Och PA-Topp-r. oil base. cover over capacity now for sale at KelYa CLOSE IN-Double larr windows: Winter Park Box 209 S. Star COLONIALTOWN SECTION facing the lake Can burh' right :' heater, gas or electricity for kitchen,

P.lt 6 color. (3.55 per tor Department of Bumby H.rdwa.. RABBITS $1'. 2-280. .lr1 Inner .pnnr. water. $8 furnished and clean furnished Neat Owner says Iquld.te. acent special ventilation system for attic:
Chef Table top P weekly. Livingston HOUSE OR bdrom. bungalow 2- Fred ; 118 E.
LIAjRANOE-Marlc
gallon. Store Co. 23 E. Pin 102 W. Chunh.WIDWSA_. __ \ 1 A.2. bedrooms This a spacious home Ave Oarel many Urge closets: magnificent view
535 Citrus Ave I
seen at Phone 23183.PArlor .
Can b cypress standard TROPICAL FISH-10 gallon aquarIums CLOSE IN-39 East Amelia Avenue.A refrigeration Reasonable Ph. 7126 and that comfortable feeling of lake from living room picture
GARBAGE: : and deck 9 style size for when walk HARDING AVE.-4 rom, and bat window Price. $18.000. and can be
pAarba. ca. prat any or ; 8850 Inexpensive fish Large airy Desirable by local yon In. You 11 like It.
Step-on un. Lwn tOIL eolor. 1 per .ala Kox &HI t k. window and pool Price from 3Se a pair up Grills rom HOUSE OR AP. wife desired and small Owner wanl to sell before moving on large lot, U mile beyond financed CaU Morlarty with Jo* O.
Lumber Co. anl Rall- Str. Co. E. Pin. t A on BUI. 1226 Nebraska Ave C business Offers We recommend water Drive and City Limit off Ole Myers. Realtor Dial 8881
2-311. door Ik
Convenient
furnished
road. ___ I fr.m. 9733 a COLONIAL DR. 119 Z.-Double. son 2 or 3 bedrooms; C. R. 1985.. Aporka Highway Very reasonable .
__ PIANOS-Factory rebuilt W.pl.1 rders. 1120 17th St. Phone_. :._. TROPICAL FISH Angel Siamese 10 to stores Prefer Marks Re.lor. 610 N. Orange P.
and. Implements of Excellent Per sprincs Larre ventilated closet Ph '348. Nel.n. LAKEFRONT-Over 200 ft close-in
GARDEN TL tone. ter. WINDMILLS-Aermotor mill andtowers I Fighters. and Blind Cave District. Call Mr Meheny at
all that new garden.Mills Other Robinsons, sold and installed by Co- fish Kissing Oouramles. Sleeping porch with lanenprincs. S.hol. HOSPITAL SECTION-2-story frame. 3 bedrooms. 2 baths Strictly modern -
kdl va plao 61 t J5300
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N. week 4 bedrooms screened porch. Sacrifice Box 246 8-Star
a I hon Machinery Company 138 W. I Gold and Red W.rtal. etc. Aquariums 1 HOUSE Furnished or unfurnished COLLEGE PAR SECTION-Unusual Pont
Klllan
GARDEN & and sfotlnrth. PIANO -Oulbranson Spinel-Walnut St. I alrpumps and pl.nt. CU ST.431 E.-Nice nelghbdr- on or-before June 1st 3 boys. (8. ly bedroom bungalow. 2 Iot. Shade fri. 1850.. Main MARION ST, 2618-New concrete

$3.75 UP. Knox SCrl finish 195. Small down payment.easy COOLERS-O-E. 10 gal per Harry COltr. 138 Rtdgewood Dr. bod. convenient to downtown. 6. 6 mos) Year lease or lonre Hardwood floors Immediate possession .7325HOLDEN. Howard Broier. block house 2 bedrooms large lot
.. 1. Pine Phone 2-3163 terms. Aol.te WATE t275 Room coolers I off Ave Winter P.rk.U. bedom adjoining b.t Only Contact N. H. Empire Hotel 12.0 with kitchen equipment good neighborhood Sacrifice $2.500.

GASOLINE ENGINE-Clinton 114 Stores 143 N. Orange -hou.apet. office er home 8395 1. W.rne. for Zelma Henson with HEIGHTS New bungalow MILLER AVE.-Winter Park. 2-bed.
H-P air-cooled engines 5300 Orlando Appliance Co Inc. 210 N. .Poultry and Supplies Martie WUllams Raltor. 21 W. 2 bedrooms living room kitchenette room home with living rooc
a pur 630 W. COLONIALTOWN N. H Attractive HOUSE-I-room. Unfun\ed. Permanent Washington St. and bath. Under construction *
dinette
Florida Pip tt Co PLYWOOD-Waterproof fir plywood Orange Ave Phone 4537. children and bath Just painted so
Church St. phone 6118 available Vi this and BBY CTudo Feed 8tre. double room Twin beds relldnt. r.dy for ocp.nc,in 40 days Four repair Price $5750 See Macvia'Howard.
i Ia gas Near bus 2- 822.
Also single
size Pine tlcbe. WAT ITEle'rc. 8. room or ptl. COLLEGE PARK SECTION New tree Everything nice Broker 716 N Mill, phone
GAS RANGES-Apartment &I I w.k CaU. ,Har 906WCburch, phone 2-2821 or 7336 HOUSE. 2 : unfurnished or and n $4250 TomMcElhenyBroker. 4354
2-2465 dial CONCORD AVE E.-Nice comfortable bdr01 frame bungalow with Living Room
fun sized P Ime4t ton 2213 Edgewater Drive; 2-1'2. 5413 1407 E. Dial
U. S. Pullorium room Good location Private partially ; or Dining Room Kitchen Den. 2 bedrooms Waslrwn. MINNESOTA AVE. 1247-Furnished
Modern BAY CCK. tat uk for .
Orange Ie deu..1 I H P.: heavy 831 duty North electric Orange motor.Ave ltk. for future de Family Very reasonable Ph. 6203. Box 159 S-ta. and bath 3 lots Convenient to1'0r 2-39)aD S room frame. Electric kitchen

A FUTURES new and Poultry Supplies. CLOSE Corner Clean HOUSE-6 rooms or more. Modernunfuroished. bus Only $7500 HOLE HIGH852O St. screened front porch and sleeping
3A8 new. bau PUIG Coleman and Preway Orlando X-Cel Store Dial 2-3524. I rom. only No shingles
t UGEButn. $ ACCESSORIES- bright ". Next to Con Adults pt. with 110 Cash Rex-McGUl. Rea. porch corner lot. shade paved
Orlando Appliance Co.rnc., 210 M. $ Bath tub. lavatory toilet stove part bottled gas at"n and TURKEYS-Young tender, weight tinuous hot water. 6290 or N.HUlh. Permanent residents Will p. tors. Orange Phone 414. electric water heater 2 screened streets Close to bus. store If sold
Orange dial 4537.oghEhtAToRKnr. : with trim above the floor.I tanks awnings and D1'. 10 to 20 Ibs. Poults and en. C Ph 1 months rent in advance Call 2-3652. COLLEGE PARK-In this beautiful porches landsapd. Building withincome by May 15 Includes washing aewicg

M grade fixtures City Borne* Ankney Trailer 5ale.. Sut Oran.Bl08m D. Wilder Jr. Turk. ., Farm; before 5:30 p m section of modern well landscaped $eooo. p.lbUI,t rear. 51121' lot. machine and many item $7500.

(light). 122$. Brand autat Co. 127 W. Fairbanks Ave, I TaU. 1-S2. TURKEYS-50c lb. Hatching CHURCH ST. 230 Z.- HOUSE-2 bedrooms: prefer fully homes we offer a furnished 5-room Jwner Broker protected
$475 Box 226 B-Btar Winter Park; phone 266. GERMAN LUGER A-l condition Poults. Falrvllla equipped ktcheD Resident of Or- bungalow that WAS built in '42 HARVARD AVE 1123-Furnished MEMORIAL HOSPITAL. Near-WeU
Army nlnatr. I II Wit holster and eUps. Dial 2-4077 2O, dial 10e. Pout lando for 7eal. Call Hal Rivers. .ppl.ncel. screened prch. large .. house. transferred built 6-room frame bungalow. 6
BOUSE h UMBERS that glow In the I furh r information Pam CLOSE IN-Rooms with private bath 5572 140 An opportunity t get a good yrs old completely and nicely furnished
dart Eliminate guessing and CLOSET door WE BELIEVE this I the beet buy la twin beds or double beds 145 N. Alen 8612. Specializing fn buy See at any J. A. Blade. Including drape and Venetian
SLIDING
bother Mills Nebraska PIANO-SmaU upright. Rebuilt mirror HAR-VEY central Florida New Wall between Telephone Build- UNFURNISHED 2 or 3 bedroom Onnre 615 Florida Bank Bide. phone 71111VANHOE .
a I front. Excellent condition. hardware Complete Make your I Hamp.h. Stree. apartment or house Permanent Hom blinds; gorgeous shrubbery flow
HOME $'R5IZZRS-Relvinatof. now Ph Southeast Steel Sale Reds two weeks old 118.10. Lt Ins Lk. Kola Park resident Call Ferguson SECTION choic. cool ers. 9 citrus trees: overlooking nIce
4'8. larer. COLLEGE PARK-Modern frame bun-
available at Bumby Hardware. Kelvlnator I cot 100 W. Amelia Ave. the Woods Chick Co. m. Of CLOSE IN-237 Rldsewood Double tion 9752.RETIRED. Refrrer.- alow. 3 bedrooms Central shady spot lake: hen house run*, etc Every
Department. 102 W. Church PIor.n piano for sal er ..dotal. Maltland on 17-92 rooms. ST. Also twin bed private Large lot. Owner b.at shrubs palms fruit Recent frame thing A-l condition Owner transfer
30'' r.nt 1n Berkshire telephone bath. 8746 naval officer ane wife tr'lterrd. construction 6 large screened red to Texas therefore. Immediate
6. 10. Phole mediate for roms.
HOT WATE 1T. delivery De- for Rent desire unfurnished apt Ccup.nc7. $9500 Price reduced to $10 000
I STOK-Imedl.te 45. Apartments living Beautifully possession. ,
Orl.ndoAppU.nN .
quick For rom. Reforatd.
and Parks 12x4" COLONIAL 1401 E-Cool comort No. pets or R. Gering. General appointmentcall
balance Mr
p.e chldreD furnished $ financed H cash arranged.
Co. 390 N. Orange Mail 8Vj" bl.de.pr. able first floor Georgia von Schiller. Realtor
I tckne. I IN-Modern. rom. eo 150 E. Robinson Wheeler with J. P. Mattox. 145 N
and Buy at CLOSE fur Dlnn. 188. Hinton. Realtor ;
Ave Phone PAIt clr. SupplyCo. ele. saws. Logan metal later Some maid Enmnr$ per trance pre on bus line Reasonable 7632 Main; 5809.NORTH .

HIGH CHAIR Potty play pen 1600 prc. Pf .b.pr. Olob 12 H" nahed.. 4864 _ _ UNFURNISHED or apt. Couple CLOSE IN-3 bedrooms. 2 baths
ca. hlUI. SIDE Dont let low
ST. E Unfurnished $5700
JEFFERSON -
Vacuum radiant Atnt pbon 14 Sws. ; J. D. Beautifully furnished Electric
ele. Single
toys CLOSE IN
dr. Walkim
I I dlat.nc. with no children or Phone built when price It' good! 2 bedroom
gas heater Formosa 'ese, Ph. 3753 Mount Dr.. CONCORD AVE. 119 E-Attractive downstairs Working ilrL pt. kitchen Newly decorated lot.2car frame bungalow good scare you s
room 7136 Core
.
2-2 I efficiency apartment First floor, material was ..aUablt. could not Furnished for comfortable living
BAIR hand Phone 23227. _ _ rane. Quick oupalc o Good terms -Trade Right with
CPERPofelona. private Prefer business women by looking it this house that It
ed with
right
terms details call tel
t p :ub7Hadar. PUMPS-.Easy payments. AUCTION SALE Thurs nIght May I' prch Reasonable CHURCH ST. 2ERoom. with Georgia Schiller.POl ever been lived In Tile entranceporch. the Buyer Realtor" T K. Hastings
II. von 7186
.. 102 W. Church lit. 1947 at 7:30 p.m. I our newly Coa ,. twin beds Has continuous hot water 51. Houses for Sale Realor. extra large living room fireplace 62 H E. Centrsl. (Arcade). 4237

Electric and or a cooled lale.rm. CLOSE tive efficiency IN-310 S.I Lt 2 S Atr.e. and telephone COLLEGE PARK-Dandy 2-bedroom gas floor furnace dlnna.om.moem NORTHWEST North from Lake

HOIST 2 booms 2 hand operated shallow raU. d"ea. Dp. Near bus Azalea Lodge, ADAIR LAKE SECTION-Modern 3 bungalow. Electric kitchen fulp kitchen nok. han Adam w* have something still rare
T.C' 0 Finest selection of home CASEY ment only. Lake privileges .
tw. Adult. .
cplet with cable, tha. Fla4 County fumlahlr. Hotel; riding bedroom home. Attractive tte 2 lovely bdrol. namely, a three-bedroom house.
.
we. 1111.PHOTORH be sold at this CHURCH.ST. 431 E.-Fine neishbor- hon $1450 cash balance like rent W.ntofer. closet
10.er and can beswlveled. wi Oak floors Landscaped 75x1 SO spice o..r city well planned in a restricted neighbor
rl ane a few of the pieces: Bedroom bood.Aeper clean cool newly dee- fishing, hunting I ""OD Wltr duD Wilbur Roper Realty. Church ; and must sell an .Yn. his
1111 Holler Chevrolet. Park 9174-W corner lot. Garage. 110.0. I MaD hood oa a corner lot for $10,000. For
white
C 115 W. suite finished in bone wit orated IR-room efficiency. Reasonable Strickland. Broker Church, 2-343. home for $10500 tra. Frank complete details call Ray Holcomb
SUPPLIES-Film*. twin beds, headboards puffed in CLOSE IN-206 Hillcrest Ave Room 6675 2 COWNIALrOWN-Duplex. furnished Creb*. Realtor 5 t.1 with Harra-Moore.. 2-2380. 109 S.

and 16 mm sound papr.. cemicmoY. eanlpment.ChurchPLUMBING coon light satin table vanity spring ehest-of-drawers.and mattresses DAUBEKT ST, 4225-New Hot water. wit meals. Private b.t Close t ADAIR LAKE SECTION-New modern i 3 blocks. from bu.lle. section phone 2-1710. Pine

BOM MOv for rent and sale 1 Blonde dinette suite consisting of Washer On bus line. 15.Phone burgalow lOOt 0.! loan.Phone I Possession on settlement Rpr JEPRON ST. SECTION-3-bed. NORTHEAST Entirely redecorated.

Used film as low as half price. china buffet. 4 chairs table 2- 59.pAIRA. 2-3623. i Realty. Church A Main: rlm bunralo. new Price 1&5 8 large rooms 2 bath Also furnished
Photo Tees Camera Store. Leesburg. Extra eo.t wing chair AVE. 2757-Furnished CLOSE IN-Coot Private b.t Bummer ST. (Just COLONLtLTOWN-Leaving cIty 7 $ cash balance $55 Ir garage apartment for income

Pta. SUToUet. with lovely (a.rtufee. Blonde finish bath apartment f.o ratl. 8. ANDEON house in OfO-3larr.I room frame 3 bedroom /> bath $2000 cash and $40 monthly C. C.Oarletts. Check this for a really good. buy.

HEDGE TRIMMERS Pincor eofe table Walnut Martha Wash log lake Ph. Winter Park 829-M tion and spacious exc.lent Garage with workroom Reduced t Broker. 912 N. Mills. 2-1747 Don Dudley Realtor 2-4745

hedr.better for eltt. bath tall tub, I..tne.sinks and sewing cabinet Walnut pool JEFFERSON HOTEL-1 and CLOSE IN-500 South Main Street lot with plenty of throurhout. "lOf. I 112.30. To b leased if not sold KALEY SCHOOL SECTION-Nice little .

Aw Tl Iel ltr., 300 W. Robinson Pipe Harper( Plumbing betrl 1137 bed Walnut library table. Victorian 2-room .CUT available Summer Nice rooms at Ser rat Apply to but and stores. Pce. 197$ with la. Wo.ard Ph. 2-3278. home Need 1m. .orl just NEW HAMPSHIRE AVE. W.v-Price
plated lamp table Exquisite now.CE to make it perfect See It.
copper By owner.
1&8.I Orlando Ave (Be$.). Winter rates .JterMaylJEFFERSON terms Jamerson Real 19.A reduced to move this completely
Pak Hand carved Inlaid tilt-top table wit ef- IN-Corner rom. next to torr. 70 E. Central. Phone A T. I COLONIALTOWN 2-bedroom real home-Knotty pine furnished 2 bedroom home. Gag
LINOLEUM Installed on 2 matching chairs: really a ST.1509 E.-1-room One block city h.U Cat r. 9516 home with dinette: 1-car garage location Priced to sell now equipped kitchen. 1 twin bedroom
Several floor lamps 2 flciency Slayton. Realtor 32 E. Pine St,
ple. 4-way .partment furnhed Phone Hampton Broker 531 suite. Front screened po.ch. Attached
It nice
and sink topr. 2501Edgewater Please t l 840. s 19.
A.do71 1ADIO-Small, Reasonableauick vacuum cleaners phone 6651
eOII. E.erlC prabl.phonorrph 441.KIMEE carac Large lot. nicely landscaped.An .
N.
Call W.-DellghtZul cool
AVE. 31
D. 2-12' sal*. Church SU Many and ORE Oranle. 513. excellent .950.
42 cal. n.3 rom. Private HALEY AVE. 300 E-Bungalow 6 buy for $8 Call Ray
.
SPRINGS bath
I to 5.ROMEX. One lot of 318 bedrom. 10me. ATAMON CITY LIMITS bedrooms :
bah. years old. 5 large room. 2 porches. Lennon with Joe O. Myers. Realtor
Kitchen Ph. 2-4157
1RONER-Thor Gladiron lady't yellow gold birthstone St. Inquire 8 .. prl"I"'I. large lot shade 1: w
Prchu 2-14 Radio, frit AU kitchen 6638.
-- wa rnr. Tunda t equipment installed Including
del f.n. Lake view 3 bedrooms 2 Improved Act .
new January Paid aU watches diamonds, GORE AVE. 1 East-Attractive room b.t. handle
chesp Ph Apopka Z0l2.Id 18.. Wi tel heater, army .ho.&n. fish ci.lel. cost. KISSIMMEE. F.Two room hotl.parent. in beautiful home S street: IS. Dunn Broker: 6 N. Brown: 2-1269 furnace and all condUolu.
>uggy. grease trap, WI. 2 I.p.. Lon. le. bath Kitchen privileges ml-pr.t. 100 Ft Lake 3 bedrooms. 100 ft lot. Its a dandy pla.. NORTH SIDE Nice frame bungalow
gifts and fur
CR FREEZERS-Sturdy 4- way No. 14 le ft. Truck Jak many EetrC refrceraton. Utilities free. Knotty pine living room; fireplace. COLONIAL DRIVE-4-bedroom and get the key and we talk completely furnished. Good ceishborhood -
QUrt Wilson Leonard Hard r'l. S282tl.RFAOl. Items too numerous to mention. Tropicl Hotel JACKSON ST. 1201-Twin beds electric kitchen. nished bungalow Ideal for Quest prle and terms as we really must Shade Anxious to sell. Walter -
W. Central Phone eleven windows lake 112.:0. Home or duplex Price .. C. R. Emerick Realtor 610 N.
wae. 12.50. ; ,.
2-211. Onrlokl frame W Rose In Co. 49 N. Orang
a 5-room
your Morse : copper
rof Don fan to attend sal*. Last for. 392 ,
INTER-OFFICE SYSn Cun I.W $2.50 a a week we had to t.a many LCL. Wintr AATMT181. 2-bed 115 per week 2-14. Plumbing. 8R500. tera. Courtney Real" f. dia Orange Ave Ph. 7348 Ave Orwln Manor office 3356 N.

c.Uon Pr can OlIddens.RADIOTEST people due our ; seating room Janitor service hot JACKSON ST. 516 E.-Nice room Altamonte Office. Park 2-247. Orange Ave

Equipment Co 38 EUIPMENT-Including capacity. t early lied enjoy an water,.partent. Year round or I with hot wate and InrlPrnu.Tel 8-8394- Homer Sewell Manager CENTRAL AVE. E.-3-unlt frame NORTH SIDE-Close to school and in
Orange Ave 5454 Summer rental Adults Winter phone Ruckel-ONeal Realtors 118 E apartment building: fuml.he. RALlY SCHOOL
some latest Rider Reasonable evening of entertainment and great on. Rob SON-tl aa attractive setting Lovely yard
KICKER-2 Vi h.p Johnson. Used 25 P. O Box 352.m.nu.1 savings in our newly air cooled Park 9161MU8SELWHITE. LAKE ST.. 416-Bedroom with private inson, dial 2-3753 Priced right terms 8. Chamberlln St. with grill flood lights Camellias.

bonn, dton Cheap. RADIOS Just received complete salesroom for your comfor. ST. 2402.-Light* entrance Share kitchen with Chtbot 5529 with Mike fowr. 33 bUI&lo. Completely furnished. Bet Azalea good lawn and 8 bearing
W. 8. Lee Ph. 8&7. shipment 1947, Croaley radio including R. Sodero Auctoler. 18. Dem- and water furnished another couple. Main. one. for quick sal fromowner. fllrus trees. The home 1* a modern.2bedroom
Inc .. House SRI N MAWR AVE. Modern 3 bedroom $6850 Ph. 3-8483. frame Lot 60x135 Live
KITCHEN STOOLS-Many 5-tube 2695. Fuller Aucton Sal. Hot -
in bright colors; also nret 114-B moel 8 Winter of there ORLN AVE. 820 8-Winter LK FRNT-Nlc. airy rom. bungalow of Individual here and enjoy Florida la a Florida
klth.D S Acton bedroom kitchen and Near de.lrl
ladder Knox Str. Co. .tp. Bre., ph. 619 An. la Auction" 733 W. Church at dinette bath. Utilities furnished. Phone Innerpr1. bu. offering spacious rooms. ample cot CITY LIMITS. South (outside)- home Owner transferred Come in
lot. lake and talk price Hnckel-O Neal. ReaUtors
Phone space prl.Uecc LAKE DAVIS SECTION-Only one
2-314. RI0oe and Fada. Conl Adults only MI ST. 316 N.-Nice front room and o.er.lzee construction Immediate possession. New concrete! in a blue moon are we able to offer 118 E. Robinson: dial 3-3753
LAWNMOWERS-Power. New. $125 model ST 226-2 fur- first floor. Private bath Call bath screened
tJ A pr 34. Articles Wanted PALEO rooms and block. 2 bedroom you such a home combining
and UD L ft L Steel Co. 43 Bumby Hardware. per month. 4380 convlielc. IU.5.trml neighborhood. NORTHEAST bedrooms. 3-story
phone 3-0231: or 96M 8 Church. nthe. available porch raae. Beautfu masterful design with superb construction frame Colonial m bathl Excel
1"1 SUUMERLIN 27 NORTH ORANGE AVE. 473 8.-Llvlng-bed- tor. 140 N. Orange, 8612. 'Specialising 1504- of Orange This bungalow recently lent condition. 83500 cash required
S. detan
LAWN SRIKRM.D YrkUe RADIO-PHONOS and Motorolo ACRI. WANTED-Prefer 48 3 rom 1lt pnvt bsth. For room nicelY furnished Private in Homes," Blossom n.1 B,owner reasonable. masny and steel ona balance $75 per month Cal Lee

for pue. with FM. Also WeIUh.U. Winter ba. O.rden.AVCON .Per T.Uer City, .dult. bath Br.aka.t r.I. in rom. large lot 117 feet Spacious Crawford with Bobs L. Pryd Realtor
Knox Stores E. Pin Phone
and I Ito1:43
Co. 8tewarW.rn r 1end. 2-BEDROOM 1 block ORLANDO AVI. 301 E.-Nicely furnished BEVERLY SHOR SECTION A living room with fireplace, cheerful 668 N. Orange; 2-4596
.
2-38. 82 Orange 3e. GOODS WANTED-Still from Lake AATEN.: 9186. : twil beds Adjoining bath beautiful i iI I CITY LIMITS (North-Frami bun dining room. 2 screened porches with NORTHEAST SECTION-New cement
ROWBOAT ft. aend your 1alu.blc theauction 15. J and bath. Partly tile floor. 3 lovely bedrooms and 2aU
Dubl. plank mahogany. t Block of : 5989. nice bedrooms large galow S rooms block hoc 3 bedroom 3 porches,
1335 W. 20TH ::
New. 145 or for Ta&a Call St.t3 apt 2-3 $4500 Only' c.bI tile baths The kitchen Is the
I roomy and 2-car I furnished: 1100
185. 4 Rooms ST.-444.-Close in I electric water heater Immediate posMzioa. -
2-0156 for Doming OSCEOLA : eCIr\: \
11"1 with
.
9193 winter Whitney. fr. .ppral .ne b.t. G features King Realty, 30 Curch kind a woman dreams of. along monthly
(2000 cash balance
Green fuel Ga Twin double r'Quied
LAWN Auction Salea Co.. St. ea* .to.. rooms bd. I double closet with sliding
10W&tonaY SHEET ft 8e per Mft Curch Dolatowskl be purchased furnished or unfurnished -I e45. __ __ __ the large Price. $5250 Ann Goodwin with
RO-IOr I AXES Furniture of all I Financed and available quickly I IRob't Ave Rooming steel c.8ment wndow. with
Orange paDel
8c 8 sod 10 kId.ewle DOWNTOWN Herman Goodwin Ine. 677 N. Orange
known laDl mown common. nails lID 1. per keg 6395 I machine. anything 1.. t FURNISHED AATN- Two PUTNAM ST. 721-Large light upper 8. Racy with Robert R. I house 15 rooms completely furnished &li central heat furnace D8S5
U PrN 1.1S la Pr. 121.1. Ph Prta. rooms, bath screened corner room: private bath On bus Tyre. Realtor W. Washington. including linens Lot 85x185 attic fan for cool Summer
SEWING MCIE- Factory rebuilt 73 W. Pine St. Dial prche. Nice new equipment. Rental line within walkingdlstance: 2-0470 6174. 1 I Price See Vee comfort. The charming furnishingmay NORTHEAST large rooms *unporch. -
new; $8000 do.D 10.0. Owner going bans utility porch. 1 1/3
Tracy Plumbing & Pumps. Ootha. pr Including utilitieselectricity i 12 also purchased
WESTMORELAND 637 N. Room b
Florida. able and console A Wiggins, I I8TLWA DION. watche. jewelry ole mOIt and water. Couple Van Hoten C II. North sell at actual construction baths Best location. 811.000 for Immediate
combination aold price M with child acceptable. Location about with kitchen prl"lee.Single or BUMBY-CONWAY SECTION-Near I S. Main: -' _ wt 821,500. Terms hal sale. 1.3 down Parrlsh Real
.
Fleas dial J..eler. 32 W. Churh. twin bea. Moern. store and bus 5 rooms bath. cement SECTION-Only 81000 i, fash $60 per month at 36 E Plne2-1646.
US. ask for County $925. 10 miles out on paved road and near DUBDRA b.l.ne Estate.
Onun TulorTot WINTER PARK-50O Single tile: .tueo. a fine pl..tr Job. 2-bedroom furnished Harold Shepherd
bus service MeNutt-Heasley, Realtors C.I. See Mr. Little with SIDE Home with income
"uLWN P.el Prt.r I ColonlaltoW.BCRIO. FURNITURE WANTED-II It'* furniture 15 W. Washington St. Phone or double rooms.. and Tile floors Large lot soil house Electric kitchen Lot. 100 x Realty Co. 20 E. Washington Bt NORTH mostly furnished. One 9
houses
plastic-Price at 9Ke deck lake $5750 Loren 6 N. monthly.No 3
Sun balance
Broke Only
o.erlokln. DuD
5106 aho.er. 140 ft. Phone 5124 porch the other,
195. and screened
foL Firestone. Orange and well buy it. ef rates Winter Park 27. Brown 21269.CONWAY.BUMBY. Golden Broker. rooms
city
% has 3 room
Water Modern monthly
ConcordBIDING. 0 Maitlandun LAKE IVANHOE SECTION- rented for 30
ISBELL 8-r435 South Orange Avenue SECTION-Bungalow 1121 N. Orlando Ave. (near equipment.
bungalow buUt 1939; sod 3 porches AU gas
MOWERS ATTRACTIVE 2
Featherweight. A" bevel and 6' noveltypine. lando. 56 Z church St. Phone 2-3808. rom. fmlbed. fireplace Winter Park. 3-bedroom
Firestone, Orange and Utilities free For adults Cool. Quiet. uptown. furnished 2 bedrooms <1erpass> 1V hardwood floors blower Price $8500 with term Weir System

crd.12.1 4127BILVERPLATE. Mutual Millwork Co. P bus. Adults only. $12 50 .tor.per week. LARGE COOL ROOM with use of 4- also 3-room bungalow furnlt. d liA5iECTION-RaflCb t p type bat slate root. 2-car attached 628 E Pine: 4641

FURNITURE-Used stoves: ice boe Ph. apt. during summer. (15 in rear Fruit large bungalow. 2 Urge bedroom garage Lars landscaped l lot BLOSSOM TRAIL-Just off.
ORANGE
LAWN AND GARDEN 8UPU -.Service I: like Sewing machines Call yon 88.FNSHE rom after term Sam Johnson Co. 208 8. Main. Nicely furnished Large of Price which
fo Lake week Phone 3-2533 5 rooms lar. with plenty &ade. 115.5.tprml. is a new block bungalow
L.a 'men hose .prlln. ne. sacrifice. 18. 1625 Philadelphia ecU.' We pay "top" prce.. Se.el AATEN-Reasonable CLNIL TOWN-New frame bunga beautifully lanwaped lot. See thl. by Cider Ral- might serve well for someone desiring -
le tl St. Thurmond Furniture kichen bedrooms and all Willis with Phone .
2 means business
Central. and
70 E combination home -
tors A
Parrlsb 220 8. Ave.Phone C. P 1196 39th St NEAR ORANGE AVE In air condi for a
Hard.are. Oan. SE GRILLS Screen door S. Dial 410.IIR. Reasonable Phone bath $7500 Lindberi Broker Estate. 36 E. Pine: 2-184. (Buster) Carter. 9516.IKkIVIEWRnrh location. The price only $4 800.
2181.lUBB21t ct,. Screen adjusters and WANTED Any quan NICE TREE ROOM furnished .pat toned home : 41 W. Robinson: 2- 811. DAUPHIN STREET-Five-room frame type bungalow. Call Harra-Moor Realtors. 2-2380.

to 2x10. Dry and springs. Smith Lumber Co, N. Orange you get ready to sell thre col porches lel. CITY NORTH-Nice Ute bungalow Recent construction and Lake privileges 5 rooms tile b.th 109 E Pine

ded. Mutua Millwork Co. Ph and Railroad call 2- 831. Cochrans Furniture nel.hbrho. St. per Klsslmmee month. Fla The BACHELOR APARTMENT new LMI 2-bedroom house O unusually well buit Large Immediate rooms- AU furnished from the piano PARK-LAKE AVE A "sure-'nuf

turpentine Min Blocs 1015 W. Church/ rom pavement near stores A good two porches t lake washing machine. A b.utu home honest-to-goodness" nice 3-bedroom
LATHS-Metal or with V4mtor. SHEAob WILL SHARE APARTMENT Large twin bd.. ovrlokln lak. buys Price .800. For particulars -
good possession
wo. ; paint supplies OFFICE MACHINES and furniture wit at $4500 Several oUr for modern home for $9750 (FurnIshed
Cbtep. T.Ur Sau Smyth Lumber Co, N. Orange and Get our prices with George bUllnel girl. Telephone 2- Swimming 'lhlnc. entrance cash or easy U. Tarter *ee M S. Vergowe Realtor.. 115.00.Cal wlb Veterans' Real Elt.t if desired). $5003 cash and yon take
and
Orange Blossom Trail Chfl p m. phone room kithen. Pl.at. 5644.ciTuthes5t. 29 E. Church Street Phone 7833DUBSDREAD 2-4481
Amela. Railroad Stuart. 1 8 1.11 phone 8158 afe I 2-26. Bus 4398. Broker 2516 N. Orange 8 Court Pop possession. Tip-top location H block
LUMBER Everything in bud SINGER SEWING MACHINE FOR 2 WORKING GIRLS (65 s rernc.l. New frame Orwln Manor SetoD erty Management Department.jUiSE to bus. 1 block from Perk Lake 3
lumber and wood. L i Can seen at 218-Portable Park OLD for GOLD diamond-We old pay highest price mont. 3 room and bath; fur TWO comfortable rooms One s per building for S rooms and bath, not Nine, new, well built bJOk AVE. 609 -Comfortable 7- block to Colonialtown. Ill match It

ber. Cheney Highway Ph. 2-742. Lake Avenue b .broken jewelry lold w.the.. 413.EFCINCNtw.. week. Other 1 per C.l finished but livable as is Plumbingand homes Priced from $8400 t $9000 room home with 1 bath Close In with any house for sale in Orlando'

Berkman Bon*. tth.N. neat. Your 2-0938 electricity all In. Hot w.tr F PaDc. Veter.11 can Plch.1 Phone owner for appointment. 23649 priced around $10000 Ashen IcIer
UZNDEL LUGGAGE-Exclusively at SPA BEWar. New sofa $50 a 19 Or.nr. Living ow LARGE ROOM with twin bdl. 2 Large corner lot. You flnlh IPlr011.tl $900 c.U. Price (8500 Realtor cor. Central and Main,
1011 South Bnmmerltn. YOUTH bat kthcD heter.
BED WANTED-Complete. rombrom payments 3-0786 f
Iqui. business Hot and _
Herman 27 West Church is lan 11'0.
womeu the profit our. 1.6. Lren FRONT 7room. IVk-story
SteL1TE. at combln.ton. LAKE -
must be .k .
rean.bl prc. 2-0058 I Cornel Winter ter: Phone or (after 7 P. Dnn. 6. N. Brown. 2-169. .Iclad. prnclpal. Iterlt home 3 bedroomg Double grge. PINE CASTLE 7-room house 3

; felt; like SINK RIMS-AU standard .wit rod coniton. line. Get off bus at West- single rom. for young CASSELBERRY Beautifully furnished taxes Goodwin. Ine, Broker Nune 677 7 acre of ground with 800 ft. la baths up and downstair Could be
ATC Herman
alrl nw. trimming Southeast WE used furniture CaU
complete.Call BU u* b Chester CA. $6 weekly Includes Concrete block construction. lake front. Exceptionally reasonable used for double tenement. 35 orange
2- 311.BoUt Co. dowt.t 100 W. Amelia; dial sli. Orlando Furniture e4 HOMELIKE newly apt. aU T privileges Call 6135 or houe. Near lake. 1.9. N. Orange: 9855 prIce. trees large lot. room for garden and

2-142. No.2 615 W. Church, 4 room*. Under deor.t price see J. C. Barber 311 Magnolia Ave Hibbard Casselberry Phone DELANEY PARK 2-story moer Call Joe with Veterans' Rest Estate chicken S blocks from Elementary
MOTORS Airvooled 2ft h.p. Onuis,
2-883. Reliable couple Phone a"ea.2-OOO9 Also large Park, 783 Brokers Invited masonry home on corner Agency. 29 8. Court 2-4481. Property end Junior High schools. Close to
new on l.nd for Immediate dot SHOW CASES-New and Blade- WILL PAY $300 cash for spinet piano. SNGL RM-6.: 107 Ken- looking city park. 3 airy bedrooms. Management Department.zKkE Lake Conway Some bedroom furnishing -
livery Pine Boat &Construction Booth Show Case Co.u. Reed : 8100 for nprisht Write Huger AFT.-1-bedroom: 2-bedroom ap.r IrM CITY LI1.flTS8Outhe5t. Prnhe. 2 bath 2 nice er.ned porches excellent *. $4400 Phone 3-2465
Co. Phone 2-2465 Drive Ph. 9353 house on DOT SECTION-An
ment: and 3-bedroom 3-bedroom Rockwool
Metal sash
Alley phone 2-0271. Wester, 709
; 8. Fla Ave. Lakeland I .parment tulaUoD
MEAT DISPLAY CASES-Fixture. by Apply 12 8. Main. 3 S Flasteied itror. Electric refrigeration Modern tIle Also piece of property consisting of a
WE PAY highest cash for olddiamonds t radio. Oranges kithen .utmatc house with 4 bedrooms. PRINCETON SCHOOL VICD-TIT
prices frame
Z. Amelia good
20
Tyler Fixture 48 W. ROOM AND BOARD- c.ble moe oU furnace 2-car
Cor. Cent BOUND MIRROR-Just received and diamond jewelry In scupoer- flepl.c. cr. 114 baths. 3 bedrooms have private New. 3-bedroom. concrete tile bungalow
General Cooling a Magaetle tp. No distortion or any condition City Lne and 46. Houses for Rent rrapfrl& .pmelranaea.. Price age attached Florida Comforbl.in living ofOrlando entrances Completely furnished with New Norg gas refrigerator,

WOT' DAY GIFTS Kent pyrex scratch. last 30 mut. Jewelry Co. cor. Orange at Church. $5250.Irap. Francisco Realtor. a weU but one all electric kitchen including General rang and hot water heater, also gas
chrome cocktail ..t Suitable aU type recordings. GORE AVE. 1431 K.-2 bedrooms, 471. Rental AgenciesWE Room 4. Central Arcade: 7407 choicest nelrhbrhol. Electric garbage disposal and dishwasher radiant circulating heater Venetian

cookers, carving set*. demonstration. Tees Camera Fuel Oil furned Reasonable Gas k1ceD 18.00. Huckel'ONeal.- 18 On good highway through blinds drapes Asphalt tile floors,
Ir.lul Wood
Pot and Furnished 2-bed .
other item for Mother al Store Leesburg 35 1 frui Will I lease WILL HELP you find a rental COLONIALTOWN- sleepIng : 2-3753 town within two to three blocks of to block to school. 1 block to stores
la. -
Orlando Appliance Co 210 N. Orange. 5-ROOM HOUSE-Completely fur for a $3 service charge V trall' room house with glassed-in DUBDREA COUNTRY CB- School and Stores Price $12.500. See and bus ThIs home Is financed with
4537 TRACTORS Two homemade from FUEL OILS-Now U the time to have nished. Utilities paid. $60 a Real Estate Agency 29 8. Cour. porch gcreened front and service R.mbll Mexican Geo F Bras Realty Ce. 19 E. Central 4% Federal Lean. Cash payment for

MAGAZINES collection trck. On. Intm.UonL on larger fuel tanks Lessen Summer rate Adults 534 mont LA1DLORDS-Wewill supply yon porches electric klcheD$7500.Re.l.tr. ldrom. servant QU.rr. living Ave Phone 2.3155.LkEVIEWBeautiful. the fixtures required. $1,850. Balance
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7e.r o Cenolet I C N.WI fOu worries next Winter Ask about Blvd desirable tenants free of charge terms available Allen Johnll rom. dnl Celne. died at $4700 per month include Insurance -

Natn Orpb Phn. 2-11. 41. lurl. Mer.w'a Fuel a Service and obligation Just phone us your 140 N. Ornr 8&1. room. play large sun large 4-bed and taxes, Possession la one
hu. TRAILER HOME for rent on In Homes room home Can be mad into
coleton ,
TYPWRfltR-Remlngtoo DOI dl 802. pn.t Y Real Estate Agen porches. Fully furnished Lifetime week. Call W B Bridges with Joe O.Myers .
MOVIE PROJECTOR-16MU sound Office size 806 Macy St property Suitable for 01.. Ph .cancy. tr.nl'. Ph. COLLEGE PAK Neat 2-bedroom- construction. Spacious rounds. Exclusive duplex Large corner nicely landscaped Realtor 22 W Washington,

.lt. Model tOB Perfect condi TARPAULINS OS. canvas. specially 37. FertIlizers and 3-0120- after 8 p m. C. s 2-.8. home .trft 1 block from with Robt 1 Ide Realtor Only. Mill$7500.. term WhiteBros. Dial 8881. Evening phone 7106.
SoD 824 N *
VI 4 10nt$395. AccessorIc treated B. P.O HOUSE T with screened 48. Hotel Rooms Princeton and Edgewater. Total 668 N. Orange; 2-596.
( how. Wiicr 81 Robinson COW MANURE $g yard ceU"ue.l0lb. prc. fml.hf. Under price $10400 $4000 cash balance EAST SIDE-Near lake a new home LAKEFRUNT-Situated on large lake. PARK LAKE SECTION Attractive

Caer. Lockhart. Inquire Leckhart .D ba$ .$delnred J MI r. 4000 33rl St. LAKE ZOLA HOTEL-Summer ratesIgiw like rent By the way, there is a with 4 rooms etc. reduced for (fin sailing tithing and swimming 7-room cypress sided trim residence
Included in 2-bedroom.
Pl Offt.lTCYCL3 model IDht COt7 W SH MY HOMprC prevail Complete bot" service. ro eara. apartment quick sal to $1200 McKelvey Real ) is this spacious la excellent condition. 3 lovely
Barley David- TEWt 1 c meals 2-1903 tht pnc rents for $60 per EMate. E. C.ntr.l.SECONNew. new. concrete block home With bedrooms. 1H bath*, modern kitchen
.1.. $100. Bx 11.CL cokla ptYlerl.. O.rr. Dining room open all : it or not Call Wil. I 8 hardwood floor tIle bath and show
588-J Bele. equipment pin Bendlx washer,
.o ecUtD 3-0781. Mr Rinker SMOKE Destroys and Pone Wintr mont with
Good tires new "It ST. and Rosa with Sam Hutching. er.eU circulating heater lovely
Amelia after 4 p.m. 18 30 TOOLS-Gay NIUe' bicycle, baby cratl heat growth lone. Best 2 NICE 4-roora houses (20 Per Ud.JAE HOTut conditioned l.m S. Main. '81.CLNTWN EAST concrete tile 2 fireplace, large living room, picture living heat.room with 3-car fireplace and floor workspace furnace
garage
Elks r. &rb Phone Winter Park singles tile overlooking lake. Nicely
cala. .ccure. mont. $ Dubl. 1253. -This rambling 3 I Aphat window Price lowered to $13,250 with
NAILS-Kcctrie tu pluh. tt poles and law. Breokhavea Dr 831. 10atlD completely furnished floors, tile bath and nneUa. bldLAutm.tc landscaped lot. 65x120 Price 818.000.Jamerson good term Weir System 628 E.

oft hrdwr. Neln Hrd furniture: malY ether item*. Storenext FILL-Good black top soil muck $70 FURNISHED room bungalow 48-1. Rentals with lot extending from street ,' hot ".te heater and Carter. Realtors 70 E. Pine, 4641
Appka Hlhwa to Office Maltland and dairy fertilizer. Delivered. June through Sept. Near Meat Bah to street must be seen to be appreciated front screened Central Phone A. T. (Buster) Carter -

MOVIES lot the home. Sew Parade TABLES-Porcelain Stainlesa.odorleee Telephone 2-4053 Garden 11 Penn Ave.Winter P.rt DAYTONA BEACH Two-bedroom $13.000 Terms 'Speak porch. Also 1 car garage with 3 room 9518
adventure travel and tp' Guaranteed Call right on ocean completely Whitney Spiegel Realty t'I furnished apartment with tile bath PARS LAKE Colonial section.
eomc.B.tad'i 113.' TOP SOIL-Fill peat. apartment Spiegel" LAKE FRONT Surrounded by palm
bu.r. $ $50 have been
Camera ; crt on ground rented for per Her 1 the value you
Sop Moore Furniture full Write sea (16O month.June Realtor. 706 Bldg 3-3269 fr. shade, and fruit tree 1* this 3-
faree pr Metal
2-1515 C.230 Er.watr la deUnr J CAGB r.fuhe Can looting for Lovely modern bnnga-
Or.lr of available. mont S 112.60. b
Drive A. Bray. P. after fil- bedroom completely furnished home
PARK Completely
Lkar rt. Hard
utUUe. 53
102 Cl construction.
OUTBOARD Johnson 6 HL K. 6 sna. or call Jack T Townsend Jr. CuE I wt tr. .lw low ef masonry
from post
TILE-Your bath and kitchen In rustproof Pa Phone County 116 fo 3& 322 Ca Wrtt 3bcm bouse Hardwoodfloors cash w. B. 190 ft. on lake. 4 miles wood floor 3 bedrooms tile bath

Wear Jr. PumaTraIler_ Park. *. Free estimates.Bob 12 COTTAGE room and bt In Lk. Box Wale. 1.. phone 21-4 or .tt fl electric kIch.D I Bridge, with preer.d. Realtor. office Immediate possession. $15.000. and shower. tile window sills, metal
OFFICE EQUIPMENT-For immediate Sweeney Phone 3-4832 On Bit Lake Falrvlew. 43. Cole to rchol $8500. 29 W. Washington St- Phone 8881. can be financed 'Speak to SpieseL"Whitney sash lovely screened porch spartpus q

den typewriters desk*, table Steve Built 3*. Plants, Flowers and Seeds Road H. A LldeD Rt. 2. Box 324. King Realty 30 Z. Spiegel Realty Co, Realtor, modern kitchen large landscaped loSt
*. Florida Business Equipment TKO. tD Couple Furn'shed 49. Business Rentals Church. 706 Metcalf Bldg 2-3269 school chopping center
83.CLGI Close to
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Co. 390 N. 011... dial 5454. G cOBdtU. Ranabl. AZALEAS cut nwer artistic table ptl. PARK-Beautiful modern EAST SEONk. privileges weU ap-go LAKEFRONT Suburban modern theaters. Owner leaving Price $12.500 .-

OUTBOARD MOTOR Horse power. I,,22d JUeebk. Orange Blossom Prk. deor.Uon wl. anywhere Jo- View Lodge Fern WAREHOUSE WANTED Approximately bungalow on large plot. wit nwl.. Fine neighbors ..ndIedl.t bungalow with large lot. 3 acres easily worth $3000 more Exclusive
Ju' overhauled. A-l condition. AD" Plot(orerl Klttiaser>. rTAGJk J2OO *q. ft- with minimum Kitchen equipment included at $10.- $2250 down Facing highway and beautiful lake with Geo. H Klttredc *
UPHOLSTERY FABRICS Above E inside height 13 ft. Prefer with llvinst J.lon. front Ground have 3-3176.
121.OUB. I 8 C.ntrl: 483. $4000 cash balance like rent. Spiegel. in and rear. Son. Realtor 17 Central.
standard stock New P.t quarters: about May 15th. 0. 15 0 monthlSp.k t stately oak tree Just short distance
4uat. a )
MOTORS-New CACTUS-New Wide B P.. Shumway, 140 14. ..
and "a R.ltr Ce.
LOW during
ameL RENT 247
WetlY tun Enjoy .
Mr.Busch
coon R 8 riety. Cut c.nt 8tar.GD Orange; 23282.COZ33NIALTOWN. Realtors. Bldg 2-3269 from Orlando $12.500 Oe e-ta
S Also 3.2 B. ad crrn. P. hot month Cabin cooking '0 Metcalt with Sam Hntchln 206 8. RIOGEWOOD AVE. E -
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Jo 2319 N. bathe.garages. .
s 3
before motor bedrooms.
you any DIT- house 5
Oa.1 $10 and $12 week. EAST SIDE 2-bedroom guest
epar.at Orlando Welding. 324 W. \'ENJT BLINDS Cutlom buLSpa 2- ( SundayCAMELLIAS prYr. per rol Imal bunl dotr'! cement SECONVaaLSmaU Ina-l. Main 7811 Owner will finance far lea
Motor 6
Haco per M. ft. P Orn .. 01 bualw. bat
n.-U Cour m or f LAKE FRONT New 3-bedroom and Right with
0 Trad
ofcel la good Completely 30% down
P. Venetian asaleaa. p Im*. land on Vac.nt Cu. paved street section thowcn than
Rdbm IOn Orl.ndo 1-2. Realtor. wt arn IUD bath frame house on lot 75x140: Haitin 63ViK
Realtor" *
Bld c Buyer *
OVENS for oU Stock Include 1836 Dr shrubbery; tropical plant bauh Meta Be furnished including new Southern 53x the
a.p FREE RENT to elderly L
.tvL Also lot H .
epe. $4.500 approximately
( 4237SECTION
2-18. Arcedeb.
CentraL
K. Princeton. 1 eout. 68 electric kitchen and washing 153. nicely
and BumbyRardwsre.
on. t7 VENETIAN BLINDS.-38". 30". 32". M.I.ht N.nr. cuPl. ID companionto Total $3950. Mr. B .c. lDdapd. acre ea lake. 81.000. Inquire J. A.
price. and Blcely mod ot&I "Seeln I*
Curh 34". and 36" with aluminum SWEET lady. 21465. business Wt f1e. Icludll Neal Westride of Bear Lake
PAT PL"or .lerl Ph 50. Wanted to Rent 677 N. "
term this 2-bedroors
wt Rice at I en Believing. Inspect
PUMPS electric deep and 111 dat blnds the factory 1.6 to& HrmD Gw 'then 198.
..a Jamerson and 70E. bungalow Nicely decorated la-
block
wou Easy payment 1739 Ku dial 8059 Or- 1&8 Str Witr Garden May S to Nov 5 rooms.furnIshed APT OR HOUSB1 or 2 br0 .nre 985. 2 C.rr. Reao. LANCASTER PARK SECTION-Brand side with knotty pine In appropriate
as BeU Undo Blinds story Ctral. A urj
a UU. 1 pr mot. V.n.tal Manufacturing P. and bat $pr month. CRK PA-BauWu highly C.rrr. new 3 bedroom masonry home 3 place Bpaetorj closet large screened
many I SuPPl VARNISH Special aid alcohol. ZINNIAS mtold tat col- Turn right O PetD fine settled basinet wo.n Box .1 maBon I t EAST car garage, never been occupied living porch: Venetian blinds Unfurnished
In the
Garden Rd mile the
Winte o heat resisting. For b floor lrd a Oon rtt Gar- Orlo Vista No chldr.n or pt 241 8ta. der.bl Dclrhbrho. Ue.rf est very heat o fut owner says ell! Immediate posses (8950 Harry Heath. Brok-

VIOrlando ph. '08. and exterior aie. Mills I Vlnlna TWO HOUSES-On* on OR or more b.uWu living flor.room brom. school ero.l. center center and olndo sion. Ask for L. A. Bryant with Colonialtown. 6253BHADYLANE .
fre A. HOUS&
PUOpnht La Pargue FRESH FLOWERS-Every Adult Real rm bat 21 an- Martie WUllams Realtor 21 W.
G VENETIAN Manufactured .
CcuD Inlahed Chrm.n fum1 hr.n dining breakfast Why pay rent when can DRIVE 1123. dsater -
B rom. I.
pino Ph ana 0 3 WI in built. Hoffman Oaden. N. Orange: Mlddleaged. rom. home o Washington St. Phone 8106.
eon Court Orl.ndo Weta K.n Iltate. 311 12. Wi kitchen powder room. cr.arr. for $4.200. 2-bedroom. frame Manor Transferred sell reasonable
7-day deU.". Wood- dl. Vlrtnl. D. Dal 2-21. SUMMER RENTALS-For Summer care for yard ISO limit. Good e.re moerl You will certainly like tl. i bungalow unfurnished- needs sm Furnished or onfurnlshed. 3
PAINT-Outslda white ano. coon.". Blinds measured and tte MOTHERS DAY PLANTS-Hydran. rentals eaU u We have two nicehouses must be clem Ph. 9307 one $15,000. terms Ask for repeir but livable as Is if yon .. LAKE VIEW 6-room furnished bedrooms corner lot
From $390 a gallon. within T mile of Orlando. gea in bloom -African Oar and clean APT OR By Stewart RealtyCo I 1.2 we can finance the b.ln. house Garage and 9 citrus tree
rear elf South St. We deliver. ArnoUPaint Orlando Yt., small t.rl.t.l HOU6Dure. Wt. Hold Sephee Phone 507 Shrub and flowers. $10,000. Owner.
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ConL from Preeedlac 'Pus' i 51. Home for Bale 1 I 54. LoU for Sale I t 1.1. Beaeh Property 1 Mister Breger [ 68. Sales help Wanted I II 74. Autos-Yfallert Wanted_ | (flrlaniin grtttinrlTOURS.

SMALL 3ti-er crov BUILDING I.OT-8.b.ct your home-- LARGE BEACH HOME-Furnished ;
I BOlE AN I PROGRESSIVE MANUFACTURER of I SEE US BEFORE
YOU SELL
51. Houses for Sale { Electrically equipped kitchen. yw I
Lk alt
city site now In the attractive
from MAY
1. 1947
11e. 111t. ,. dread Db. way. 2 : fireplace. ell and <-hemcal prouct desires car. Sure. shop cround. get all yea :! Page 21
r I pr"Uea. rooms; Country Club section It II b.lh. het.acr caliber mea cover terri can for _but before '
SIDE-Wn lo.t 2-bed. and phone Herman all sizes Close to school I bcrbrcv .o.r O blbr your car you tell
aoU ,le. In and .
black .... paved Ooocwln. Ine. N. Or- stores. Priced 100 ft. comer F A. Eeenejowner. Ford. Oerl. Unusual set our bid too. Central Florida I
.. W2SO. term .' Hrkr. IT re..I.bCub o North ", and Motors Garland and Jefferson 76. Trallrrs-Tnicks for Sate
street tar** sore: S855 or terms Jane Bros., 235 N. Msln. 1 8 miles Cocoa Beach cet.
Jot ': 16. I car Experienced preferred. See L. B. H, .
Kxelusiv c. P. Shum.a. Realtor. : Junction. Phone 64 Cocoa. necessary. Phone 2-2424.
1 10 .It. .*: I P. O. Box 1983. Orlando. Fla. DODOE-1947 Pick BB Sell sic
2.3:8.
O. 5 Country for Sale SPOT CASh PAID
Property j tee your used car. I
( i 58. Real Estate Wanted : for late model car, Pa K F j
to bus I .J. c. McKelUr. "Your Packard
atnn"a. K"t-D 67. Employment Agencies Trailer Sale*. 201 N Oral; .9 1.aom .
bom Inkeen COUNTRY HOME near Eustlt. (3 : Dealer342 N. Orange Av. Phone TraIl.FORDl93.

.nt .co.dUOI o 2-km l.f1e .ceord.a with the Newburyport acre tract with 20 acres of young BUNGALOW WAN with large BROWNS AGENCY !I 5147.

Tk100x150.. J prices the owner crove. s room home situated high living room dining room. EIPYUnT want !II $ H-ton P\k-np. C530 Or
And
Pla TRADE
I.Ddl. raucl you LOT
) balance on ttir ca Frte .75G of the are tak- and overlooking a beautiful lake. Wilbur 8trcklDd Broker 2 W, I work come Nurl' Reelst.. I ) for house oa Mall Et in K.m tradf Telephone a':
011 trailer. 13
prp.
Jamersoa and Carter R.l\. Inc the lead la area bJ Small fIshing lt also border prop Church: 161. want help call 632$.Centrl I St.Kisstmmee.P. Mal: -
Phone A. T. Care. !*. sal price by 10, o erty. Owed trck garden I'Dd Sm -At least 2 foot front- i I CMC-2-ton stake bodr sd imitlon. -
CAM '
ctrl rUclte VARNER INC Reasonable. Call V. i.r
r finished 4 room cottage ef a. good sized to S .cre. COLLINS EMPLOYMENT SERVICEand I .nt t buy your
TERRACS 4 A wonderful opportunity for the person Call Vee Van Stoics with Me- I Nurses Re.ttr. StDorpl .ut or truck pay top Garden 311-Black.

'PRIG L porch: 2.1 Adair Park-Three bedroom Spanish who .'Dt a chance to enjoy Kenxle. 12 S. Mats; 2-4775.c W* sell ers Iypbt. dOlelt Immediately. D. Varner Inc. HOUSE TRAILER-Alma. 3: *ndem

I. .IHPln .: 2-ear Ul bungalow with two screened celDt life near a city. (17.500. the'' earth" h.ll. C.1 7:8. 6 W. St b.ke Sale and Service. 234 vheelx. Electric :< erT, '5:0
btH ve e non Ia porches., and attractive Morse tt Co Realtor Eu W. Cntrl Ave. Phone 2.3553. beds. Doable awnings. i"B' '
H.r
race: nice corner le wlll.ndapd. *round "flrplc. tl. Fa.CmTY E. DUPLEX modern WANTED furnished-Hav* bue for I PARR EMPLOYMENT SDVC, PONT LOSE We pay finish Like new Inside art < t; i. .'
& MONET
II' tra duple1. your I want work or w 12.
c 1 you ; Orange blossom TrsilrPst*
Iel full value
SU phone 3-1619. If for sale call 8433. King I fe or ca.
"Sine Dn"I
PROPERTY 1
Rat ; 32 E. Pine. I
1 MaD tram 3 2-128' HOUSE .
New
Guernsey AT* bVD.low.f Asher Peter "H E. Church St. b..lt.t. 1 now. OII'1 Used TRAILER- l 4l 18 t' In
fun til* b.t. 1111. prb I Ave. I dian. Electric brakes ilenw 4,
tn rm. .... Cor. Central and O.ne 2-81.
M.la GROVE and country property wantedfor 69. Wantrd-Frmale
On big lak. 2 mIles ca ((3'st' Reasonable
'SURBURBAN- a tr waiting buyers. _ Work [ ANY MAKE 1946 or '47 car. I will M. C Barnes. Ir from city limit 170 It. .a H.c. Lot 72-X150- '1.: ".5 PAM AN HOMI0 acres high taros. Realtor. 672 N.Richard Orang H.Ave.Ka- ie I I pa,up to (5.000 for the rltht one. Palm Trailer Perk S. Orance Bio*.
4 acres. 6-roora home each.Livingsto@ Partly 20990. BOOKKEEPER and typist. Double en New e. artently needed. Ions Trsil.HOUSE ,
phone ,
kla It of hade; special price cleared and fenced New 4-room try. Exprienced Local relldelL I Used Cars. 101 Msln M09.I ..r. TRAILER li TlS-J.'TkiSa;
R. 610 Ave. Z.sD excellent house Electricity avail I' Box 235 Electric hot
1. C Eerk R.ltr let flnlbe. GROVE8HOME8USINE5M water heeteCom-
family home of tour able.
O. bdOI IIS. terms. Mr. Ln .lh dy work: S'fvfurnished.. Must ,
e. GIRL wants I ssrnltr Lt
and U. Broker Chen suit
lal dlninc room rl with Jer.n Goodwin Inc. f.Or.n. I .IDlnn. Ic. COLRE Ill Koibe. 2-0761 nt 1667 fte5.
ptypvR3A1t2-stery. Crams suPerior touab IT j 672 N. Orange Ave. I or housework. Nor SUCCESS THE FIRST TIME
!. house on baa 2 bath Over al4. Th Urge furlll ceuDd 1 185 GROVES WANTED :34. Lee Street. HOUSE TRAILERS-.Large aui *mi!
H acre first .Ia fruit tree Place by rut LAKE FONT HOMo 6rol -Any slse. Quick Ye*, setting top price for your ear ones at small prices 1945 Ama 20'only
a
fo Oood earden eotl. Price. brd.red leDdl. Priced 9 aere al ceae .dlen C. W. Waltr. Realtor. 673 GIRL : maid lOb full from R. S. Evan -World' Largest $1750 New Trotwood only $1595.
chtf. N. : 9616 C 748 W. J St. _
'0. S.ml Francisco Realtor. C dlUal 4 acres in crove. Fronting la. Ornn : Dealer" take only one trip to our Wntert 3330 S. Orange BlOMom

RI 4. C.ntrl Arcade; 7407. 'U.o.Ice Concrete road electricity. town OROVEHan purchaser with (75v would like loti. Save yourself further round Trail.

property-Two new duplne l.a Best bargain Central clh invest. Only qualitytrev .MIDLE AOE heultupr. C.1 at by all to us todsy. HOUSE TRArLERl Br.-tol: 23'
I
term*. Jim M. Cald P051101
Pram house 4 large lurnlihed. in Ferlda. 16. CDldered. Louis 8. Dollre Fla. like
SUBURBAN : y .uburb.1 S.nord. new Sacrifice for Immediate
of (] .th Peter Realtor. 70 E Broker; W. Wuhlaln Ph. 8412. Rutaurue Drive In to any of our sale.' Bee
room pertly fltd. inside. Deep community. Income 0 mont 2-0786. 2 on Hwy. 1-12. I Orl'Dc1 Fann. SeptineT of!'.v.(
wn. 3 for 6 of year'and .2 C.ntrl GROVE-Ten to 20 with girl desires permanent location or phone 5296. INTERNATIONAL _
are MAID Colored
i5k: JOlt Iou. 1 -t-a panel
:
street c rttnl all I month lr of ea. Bet TEN.ACE OOOD LAND on harJ Must b good price and 10 Health card. 738 truck. A-l. (69S er trtd; for what
food murk (10.500. deD well and power: small J.IUo.
cleared .l picture our office Clyde Broker. M.l. W. have yen Box 226 8-Star
income for $3000. I I house Just blUt. All for 1:30 quick 2-477S. "We_sell the earth." J.Cbon. "

M. DBailrjr.4787. Rtor. 30 E Cuc UcNuU-Hea&ley.8t.J.IOr.5106.Sl1. 15. W. iia.sale.D. P. 81a.Brtr.back Pen. .4431. GUEST o 2-story home. Sell 'Your uncle sent it to us. So I suppose now we'l have MIolore p.IUen girl!prelcee desire perma 739 GET CASH 3 MINUTES LUGGAGE wheeL Very TRAILER cheap. See- at New 139!. X.T-
I
!ou W.hltl. through dial J New Hampshire
BY OWNER-10 acre cottage; deep a quick cab.u.h.Broker tha to spend money for a book or two! Lone St. Johnlen _ Ave.

weU. good le1 3 miles north of Bide tlrn. 611. Mete.1 -- -- -- NREUDderrduat,. twenty-five We pay cash for any or modelcar.
BIDE-Fnrntthed "dr Apopka I ..ork.RUln.bl. I I' mat
IU on Rok Spr.Road. Price I e1prtene. drlt No delay er Drive
V 1. nea HoPlta Dtr' this.tionDudlev. .. Lake County Property 1950. Dickinson.ONE HOUSE WANTED-We have pre.pct 60. Business Opportunities 63. Mortgage Loans AlY except in., .tat you* price and sell buy MODEL A lORD -u H-toa pickup.
nest hOI. al.I. In.tlnta OWNER msde.money here and I for modern 5 and : children or mentals Hours arranged it I worth the money.Starllng.Alexanaer Pretty good old eab. dot-gen ceod

R..lter. 2-4. WI HAVE a select list of enjoyed life. You can. too. 20 It your house i* for : call.Alien LAKE FRONT-Night club. Easily prefer lone case. Free to traveL Reference motor !a it! Georgia tyl*. igj. j.

SUBURBAN-North of Orlando la the home and .orhwhl minutes from Orlando. Modern Johnson.' Realtor. 10 N. OnDe: made Int large cuest home or resi REAL ESTATE LOANS Low cost! exchanced. No cooking Motors 501 N. R. Smith 33 E. Roblnsoa.TRAILMOBILE .

Loncwood. section I one of the your advantage t see us before bedroom residence. Best of 3 8612. Specializing II Hem. dence. 115 X 30. (8000 cash To buy. build or refinance home please. Give' full d.tal of case infirst I Orange A"e Phone 7878.

pleasantest suburban homes at a t you locate. W. J. Realtor. struction. Landscaped 1. ceo terms. Klttlnger ,. 42 W. Concord and business property. The Trust letter. Write I. King. !

reasonable Price wo have h.d It 1* Florida. Itle. carac Brooder house. 2-a. HOUSES WANTED-We have prospects ; 5454 or 2-0074 Department of First National Bankat 403 Luveroe urlP i & City, _.1246 24 foot itS

an American type burn Wiltsdive Ta".r. poultry house accommodating 2500 for 2. 3 and 4-bedroom ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIl -Close-tn Orlanoo. second floor. Fla. Spun class insulated van. A!'o 1946

rm.front and rear screened 52. Groves for Sale hens. 45 acres good land. 10 acres home la good locations. Call W. B.Nlcholn Itand. Good ertabllxhed business. PRACTICAL NURSE Experienced 75. Used Cars for Sale Chevrolet tractor. 36.000 actual nu> '

; with Oceans Fact beans citrus tre. For a Realtor, 2-1619. 1 8. Equipment include Chevrolet pickup Day or night. Dial 2-2508. Open air control radio heate-. fire extlneulsher -

e it ha every city comfort. The laws GROVI .56* or.n., 17* real COID1 15.00.lok this M.II Ss a truck. rerilerter. show cas. INTEREST RATES AS LOW AS 4* fa- en..cment. BtC-1928. Good *. etc. Original t Mt approxImately -

bout 1 especially handsome croup 3cAC 27* c.ptrl& Aver- over. Pcte. Realtor cor. 'cash rul.t" I.nlta facilities on improved properties in Orlandoand PRACTICAL NURSE wants day Se trUpr.tll.j (6.000. Our prIce (3.99
.ork
of tall cabbec palms .rnl in* talure. 10.0 Central .n 2.0'1.T.II LAKE PRPET or trailer. USf. frontate on highway. Winter Park. No brokerage. Furnish references. Service. 300 N. Orange.BUICK Olivia Used CM** 2U N Orange'
FONT
eud. P 1..0 Mr. proleI. Ir..tef bu"l erty r.ldent.I prop. Land und.r e.r lease at reasonable Bette Investment Company 25 W. write Rt. .D. Box 1936 2-4814
133T. Very
Ment wit O'araMor. -. War l.ton.eutuldlnl. fin. wanted Wish to purchase private party. I rate. Offered for immediate sale Washington St. Phone 8513. PRACTICAL NURSE-Phone 613L coupe. New .D'. TRAILERS-.New and used: l9i7.

lOl Pn. lr. road. Good term pa' panen'cendlton. farm. Advise site of lot or lots restrictions.etc. ''at (4500 with some t"1 to qualified ..I 216. meh'Dlcl. be seen -to be appreclated e."Iie2Sl185- A"11" Trailer

to a responsible buyer. Wm. O. Rencher. : e| rooms furnished homenludee If satisfactory will purchase b, buyer. Harold V. Condlct. Real WANT (4.500 LOAN-Modern Rom ca. Ph. 6507 between I and 5pm. J" Aouih Orange Blossom SVail.
at.-Nle little cottage on Broker. 28 E. Washlntton. I { ISO citrus trees. Truck cer- May 15. 1947 for construction of percisnent I tor. 37 E. C.nlr.1 Ave. i caraee. two lot: good : JJ* B. 1793.TEUCKLarge.
o Work Wanted Male BUICK 1937 Central! Hardware
with lots of fruit Box 236 : 70. rouD. "
lke Jr. 1' broiler sales rsldelce. BSta.LT RESTAURANT for lease. I Box 243 B-Star. with
40 Va Jtabl.hed 3838 8. Or- West Central.Phone cab. Flat tn'
'P placo for
I5n.r14 22
tree. "t ACsnler l crop. (1.000. ). 3 TOUR properties with u* Wear .Blossom Trail. AU new equip DAIRYMAN experienced dual wheels% goon tlm- Price $4sh
*
.u or someone who .a.t t l.d. 150 horse nearly new tractor, and tome. It could be we ment. i 64. Help Wanted-Female Colord. 2-231. Stan cash. balance "M0n"l
Realtor, ,
.eln 724. Dunbar Lrma
l I en the tn HIDt. all I ants work. S. BUICK 1940 Super club I
lt.I"lat. ae. 11.5. no.. f.r equipment. Her* a real -[ aU yours. Roper Realty. 3.PAITNG I coupe. Phon. 2-3046.
U Borne '1: Court Apt. Good mechanical condition. Jim ,
tr. 8 Mari WUU.1 opportunity for only SeeRay Church Main: 2-3433. RESTAURANT-Oood lo.ton. with ALTERATION IN
: W. 50 bearing tree Ham- Lennon with Jo U3.00.. I S rooms I, WOMAN for work In done b hour or Cumbie Cars. 904 N. Orange Av*. RESPONSE to corerameni appeal
110a
ACa8215 M.r. LISTINGS WANTED-We have rntee cen.r b1I. tailor bop In men* Apply contrct to join ia
and Valencia ia Realtor. 29 W. Washington. the .tor. I 2-4521. ratrlotle campaigning
'
1 pineappl. buyers U ba.11 a600. I In person to Rutland' Men' Store. p.IDte. Ph be to lower
condi you have the property. prices to a* to aio.d fo.
6638. 5891.RESTAURANTSODA fore 6. 2-3098 *
blek. 1 H.utlu owner; i enD BUICK 1941 Special 4 door
, .epa.t C.1 A. T. Carter. 9516: Jamersoa A I 65 N Orange Ave.BOOKKEEPERMust. | &d.n lure recession, all house trailer
ouuURBAH Ztr-lrr eacrt fi. blom H. Ire"eulpmenL ; and Central. RADIO TECHNICIAN wants permanent i 1 Radio excellent mrhanlcan, new and used
road FOUNTAIN reduced 10"
M.II be experienced.Stenography effec-
block home Cumbie
I connection. Box 248 Cars 904 N. Orange .
: live
frontal by 150 feet deep.25 frontage. For price and terms see ?. 56. Business for Sale LISTINGS WANTED-Homes. Doing cood business. Excellent fix typing escentlaU Apply Sta. 4521.CHEVROLET. immediately- *r nk Reed Trailer
Property
rooms hardwood lane M-. A. Realtor. 37 W. rentals. Let us help you eoy. tures. Good lease reasonable rent. Simpson's. 16 W. CentraL STEWARD Experienced. Deslreapermanent Sales. 201 N. Orange Bboveom Trail

2 screened for. planted ton A. property. Hall Br.Agency., 112 N. Price 84.000. See Otto aasmu.en.lb COPY WRITER for large department position. Box 230 B dition 340.-1936 coup. Co. (200 DOWN will buy a house trallti

citrus trees. I.I .n.1 reuire 221 ACRES LAND-192 acre of Orange dial 6181. j Cavenaueh. Realtors. 4308. I tore. One with experience pre Star. I P.m. Thurs. and Friday. 1810 eon-I from Frank Reed. The following

68.800. Balance t.r crov consistIng Of 12,500 treesaveragIng BUSINESS very LISTINGS W.nDent waitlnc.. I GROCERY and meat buslI ferred. Box 240 S-ta. VETERAN going to collect det ward Ave. new Millers on display st all times:

CalitsapLennon with .o Q. 20 year old. 2 Jake IrrUation center of PRPET-Nr. onmain E. F. RaCr. E. Pine SMAL Dome rood business and DENTAL ASSISTANT Telephone employment between 12 t. Spartan. Manor. Palace Wolvetlne,

Realtor, 0638. system from each with 8. thoroughfare the.**m. frontage St.. phone $651.PROPERTYIf I could be creatly Increased. SSOO someicr's 2-1811. Thursday or-Friday be- Cell 7897 between 1 and S. I CVROL-I148 St mute cubcoup. Easy Alma. Zimmer Tandem and Superior,

water main crov 3 tenant on railroad. Property improved ,. No phone Ohio tween fmlb. Oln. Ua terms arranged on all trailers.
a.m. and 5
iTCDet block bouses b'r Ito. ewpmeDe 1, with mo.m building and packing rent trade you right want with to sell buyor Real Et.te. 108 Infer.to.. Cour ; FOUNTAIN I I m. 71. Airplane Sales & Service I I Car. 24 N. AY. 2-81. Frank Reed Trailer Sale*. 201 N,
Prang
be 21. Blossom .
HuUnl. over Trail.I
rood mU on .. Just house ; oUIe tilling station Realtor 62 V4 X. Central. Might HELMu.t. CHEVROLET-1941 Special Deluxe
terms. Oood buy. Jim U. Caldwell i Orlando. 4 year actual production and much etra space for expansion. 4237. ( SERVICE STATION Established Blossom 1. N. Orange TWIN ENGINE ratings on Grumman club rup Jim Cumbie Cars. 904 CAN SELL your house trailer for

Asher Peter Realtor. 70 L Cen record a* foiiowa-1943-44. Actual physical value of business with good Income. Also Tri.'HOUSEKEEPIWblte. Widgeon; land sea and instrument N. 2-4521. you or dye you dead storage for

1t 2-78 68.000 bOie 194445. 60.000 boxes. property a8.0. I now establishedand WANTED TO BUY-10 20 acre of S-room home on property. Locatedin for working Veterans training. Orlando Aviation. 1941 Special: DeLuxe $3 a month. Lees Trailer Sale*. 540
1945-46. boxe 1946 47. 60. toinc is showing now flrklu. bearing crov heart of small town near Orlando. I tome; care Country Club. Winter Park 863. CHEVRL reconditioned N. Orange Blossom TrailFANS
P WIn. PARK-We haw several 000 1.0 of this property fine net r.tur.on (100.000 Invest d.t.11 In first letters. H. F. Boland Price. 10500. terms. Will take for 2 children. Reasonable salary. Ph I 2-or.. Prophitt Used Cars 500

the md4. of town 2 bnl.hthwy ovr-rlp for development. ment. Hewne. no charge mad. for Carrltan Bide, 672 N. 0, trailer on trade. See Marvin Howard. Call 4432 or write Box 2269 Automobiles for Rent W. Central

and 3 bedroom 10.0.T' Price 11200 per acre. I good earning power of bust- ante dial 2-4551. Brelrr. 716 N. Mills phone 4354. HOUSEKEEPER_White. middle aged. 72. Ay.ClEVROL

b. buy 1" had for Convenient term te responsible party. ness limply that small replacementvalue WANTED FOR CLIENTS-Valencia, for baby and small INC. Hleh grade Insured 194 2-door. Excel
with David WOOD YARD -Complete with etude- Car apartment. CAR-RENTAL seen at Profit
.IU. Crlt eat This property bear closest lnpectloB. desired at purchase price. crove. Herman Inc. Broker baker Salon. Winter h week or season to eondltoa. b
w G.11 saw ric. ( Rent Beauty Park
; only (10 500 W.
AnJrw.WINTER R.ter.PARKAVLCosnpletfurnished Pek 151. J Washlntton.. Louis f. DUn. .Broker 2,7W. I Smart wonderful Investor opportunity.will investigate Lout this : 677 N. Ornn I 66(0. a month See 50. Central Hard- : phone 421. responsible c.r pple, Call 6159. 36 W. Central wih AY.CHEVROLT PopbU Car. AIR CONDITIONERS

1 Oeel NICE HOMES la Beverly Shore ware. 220 W. Central I LADY Llvintiton .
an ; to demonstrate
3dr home. 75-ft. shore on Realtor 143 N. Main; 2.21. fo proud 2-er sedan. BEVERAGE BOXES
194
PARADISE 2-11t Winter Park 15.000 and abov
lot. ORVZut : D. VARNER U-DRIV-IT-Drl"e I', a
Price only I ret.1 Cumbi Car
Ioer
Ia.t. pllt I one of lt.W. have I, Betty Trent Evan Broker. 349 N. I town a demonstrator. yourself; low rates; by mile or d. I 904 N. Orange Ji. 2-4521. DROP FREEZERS

IT5 Realtor te N.money Main without a doubt the war, andprednelngesf Orlando Ave. Winter Park. 618. WT PAR- "-" o.ar my If applicant hag automobile It would I D. Ine. 234 W, I COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATORS
; theState. Vare t-Dv-l. DESOTO
z4la86eelln. 20-aer grove COTIAOE-Furnlshed. 1941 5-pauenger
i Store room. SELLERS; Clybnth. 2-story masonry and steel help very much In work. Please answer 23153. I coup.

WIT PARK to rely 2 i home. site.Also good Going dek. b.thoU ane On mala thoreubfar.. 'MO. Wilbur W.- Realtor Metcal BOER.. Phone 561Xsame I ed building with high-class CODtrCt, P.O. ad by m.1 to Manuf.etu"-, JAX-U-DRIVE-IT.Phne INC. We have quick Mrb.nlc.U(ale. Call .o.. Priced VEGETABLE CASES

Mediterranean MC. honey for the m 13.0.. with Church; 6675/ 2 eld rn. 23. ground floor and apartment above; I I Box fa. Staleexperience new cart for rent at reasonable DODGE AUTOMATIC DISH WASHERS
1946
blul.IO. Tad. and phone 2-door Radio,
tO 2 lot with beautifulI Bwald. Louis Oeeslln. "Spe-, FOR COURTEOUS helpful service : or will trade for first-clas* crove" Dumbr. 'rte. No red tape. All ears insured. low mileage. Jim ad.n.

b.t, laW irritation system fruittrees clsllilnc la Droves.. 143 N. Main HOMJo location. 5 HdrGm.2 and quicker sale on all types of For full particulars contact MartieWilliam :'NURSE. Institutional work: npr- 2-34. 142 N. O rl.nd Ave. I N. Orange Ave. 2-Cumbi 21.DDE1937or Cars, $04- 'ORLANDO SALES AND

northern o.ar Ill and will b.th. rom. garage. property can Ross Kay Aderl. personally. 21 W. Washington I mental ane d OLIN U-DRIVE-IT. INC.-New ear
trifle*. Under until October a-1It a.d grounds. 18 bearing orange Broker. 423 8. Orange; 2-40e. Street phone 8106. orders. Write PO. 1461. for rent. Reasonable rates per day. ld.n Motor SERVICE
.
Purchaser will receive rental. F 53. Acreare for Sale Also class Suitable house suitable for Guest for House.bustlleUpurposes. DN'T LIST your property with me ; PAYROLL CLERK experienced, with week or month. Open evenings '1 rdio excellent upholstery.. tires: 608 K. Orange Aw. 2-0959

Dhe at a.IS.Guernsey and you want to HenryBurch. OPPORTUNITY Cola operated I some tnewl.dl of ma 242 N. Orang 2814.STARUNGALXNE ite: 153.
E. 4196.WINTER 1 E. Princeton: aU chine. p.tl. I 0. Westmoreland.DODGE I
If sold Im 5. ,
Ie. R.lten. Centrl lAKE acre Broker. 12 8. radios. Route your own In Pem.nent
i 2-bed- JN-T' cash. city HOME AND INCOME.-Duplex. Close 2-109. big hotel working conditions See Mrs. -Officer'! command ear. Ex-
Her Yo.
room PA-eard Imita. Inc. 677N.Orange In. Choice section. 14 rooms excellent CUSTOMERS WAITING for homesand Mr.mot.I. hospltat. pay Winter dvidend.. Dr. Phillips Co. 60 W. .MOTOR cellent. none better. Price. 650.
wit tthe.ellp.IL Her.n 00.1. income properties. List yours P. B01 16. Pat. r.tt
2 See
Ha condito. baths. 2 at 395 N. Orange. !
automatIc
: kichen. SECRETARY-Must be fully 501 N. Orange Ave. Phone 427.
contreUe 1 I l todayl W. WE HAVE A GROCERY in money.
attached laar. Barcalafor >RANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL-For the L.e apartment Extra rented. Lkwo. Alltt. 6 splendid location .ter ten. accurate and able to comp 788. DESOTO.-.1941. Fluid drive. Radio. 1940 DODGE BUS

7000. tf.A. C. Golden Bret best buy. different sized tract onFlorldas I month rom. brine an addi- 2-154. ness. easily doll "Speak ; apply In own handwriting Good C litlon. Highest bid b
er. 1121 Orlando Ave.. (NearMaltland street. call Jim M. month in Winter m.11 FOR IMMEDIATE RESULTS List to Spl 110.0. Whitney Spiegel RealtyCo. to Box 237 8la.STNORIHER180 fore Sunday 892 N. Orange or ':1 32 Passenger
1.1 a total Income of (360 month your property with Oeo. R. Kittredce. -
W. Princeton
Winter Park. after 8
tnd.ra. Caldwell Asher Peter. Realtor. rooms for owner. It Is completely Realtor K. Central Ave. .. Realtor. 706 Met.1 Bide. starting sal- 73. Auto Service p.m.
2-ROOM CABIN with and ?0 E. : 2-0786. 1 2-3269 DODGE 1941 4-door sedan Luxury
bat pc C.ntrl 'urnlshed. Best buy In city for (23.-. Phone! 2-3176 c.p.bl. secretary. LOOKS AND RUNS GOOD
Furnished. On large fe ACRES Good Land abut 3 mile 0 with terms suit you. Ask for THE of 10 or Must be accurt. ple. initiativeand ALIGNMENT Ft I.pteD Le. Excellent cendlUol through-
farther bnlldln 1328 3 t et-. 8. from city limits. 150 owner.Pbon.5454. Stewart t Harold Shepherd DEFNIE In PROSPECT- Colonialtowa.for furnished College LAT Indu.tr.1 .CENTE a small be Prompt repair JII Cmbl. C.n t. N. Orange HAS 1947 FLORIDA TAO

4-ROOU BOUSE, 60' lot. 2621 Idl.w.te Dr. Realty Co. 20 E. Wa.blltoD''St. Park .or 88500 cash. H. sale purely on account ties Permanent resident only. Phone anics. A one-stop service at G-! Ave. 2-521.

H block from turec aa Ilh"l. ACRE-W. Church St. 1000 ft. Phone 5124. F. Db.dr.e 672 N. Orance of Illness. His business I doingon 2-4591. Auto Items I Screw Co. ,.'* Service. 300 N. Orange I DDE112 4 door sedan. Fluid GOODTTRMS

& Inquire 1:1 11th St. I from city limits. Inquire AT* Pack HOME AND INCOME-Excellent locstlon Carrltan 114..; 2-4S51. an average of (100 per d. cross; STENOGRAPHER fie clerk. and AUTO SERVICE-One a service on Jim Cumbi Car.

TWO MODERN HOWE8, for Sal By Store VlneUnd read. on Orlando Av.. Highway net income about (40 per day. ; general office .' M A.C.. 4186. Pontiac or other cars palatine. 904 N. Orange Ave. 2-521. Give Away Price..$895
ac
Owner. 10 ACRZS.-WOoded land. Plenty of 1792. in City Lmit of Winter Park. BUYERS WAITING for weU-Iocated one deslrlnc an established : SECRETARY-.fiteno-Typist main of- body work wneel balancing: itmonliine. FORD 1946 2-dor sedan. Moonstone -

.six roor"i*-.nd bath tram house i timber. Good for cItrus and truck.I Nice home and 2 rental Income properties duplexes-apart that It 10 rain or shine. ', fice old established manufactur- or anything els*. Slivers FonUec. grey Olins Used.Cars
two acrevned porcnei; on a feeac mil southeast of Apooka. Seeders aparm.nt which are returning (2SO 2-. 3- and homes. or can certainly recommend Inc plant II town 12 miles from 62 W. Colonial Dr.. 2-2310. 242 N. Orange Ave. 2-4314. R. S. EVANS
Uful and bottom lake; three acre for Robinson. ( Call Brock ment. 4-bedrol it. With this business you can ,'lando. BODY WORK and painting: POlt.D-1941
Store. Ikbar Ask lent. Pice. 1,00. I' PItA Myer o.T.C. but line. O-I AUTO duo coupe: excellent 101 W. CENTRAL AVE.
. landscaped C w.tr edit; home i60 acr. t 'JrnnII. Inc. Realtor. 29 W. Washington: dial buy practical new house trailer amount bookkeeping and excellent work and service. R.mb. tires. Mechanically perfect. New
11. two 112.1. 5 ACRES.pr On hard road and lake. 672 N. Orange: dial :3.. 5551-6638. furnished and live on the premises: I work. Unencumbered woman between BOB W. Central paint. OHc's Used Cart. 142 N. Gar
also pickup truck. (9500 aH. or business -
.. a new framai h CDlU. between Apopka and NORTHEAST. This property la exceptionally 25-35 preferred. Position ODe AUTO REPAIRS-Day or Superior land; 24347.FORDModel.
eleht Z.U.o only for (6500 casn. Jamerson l.h.
of !
m Easy term W. K. well located. within WE HAVE June 1st. Experience necessary. mechanics. W. A. 1931. Csn
be
BUYERS
Pie. R.1 wanting crove and Realtors. 70 E. CentraL 88 seen
130.
erected porches and a three room
Cate. (17500
246 Oranc easy walking distance to downtownOrlando. business per month. 45-50 hour week. Central. at 513 Dollins Street.
apartment la the five E.t.t. B PbDet38. properties and bom. For Carter. 951$. I LOANS
State
carat r.r It In good condition andcompletely experience and references with LOANS LOANS
I sal lint Body Work. _
with and
AI11- PAINTING FORDS ,
Immel.t
acre pan of which Is a productive Can be boughtat HOME AND BUSINESS-Nice five- application. Box 201 8.-Star. 1 AUTO 1941 1942. extaxlcabt for
' crove. (11.900. Term Priced 120 In on large I.t. R..ltr. 37 W. Washlneton. We guarantee complete satisfactionI sale. All are ia good mechanical
a price yielding IS* room house completely
for quick. sale.! Owner wU show by MGty AC.b.I and pin Income. Investigate abut attractive gross SMALL 1A wanted. Northern buyers Electric refrigeration gas fUrnh.d'l WOMEN 18 to 45 : : ace I I reasonable prices. Central ForId.1 condition. See at City Cab Co. 243
.
cafeteria
wanted for :1 Noexperience '
enamel auto 8
with only Orange
( Term Ave. BORROW BY PHONE!
appointment. M. Ln. proposition. Mr. Lyl with Herman In..tr Inquiring dally hot water beater. Store II ba.e
C'I LD.WD 1. to Easy I Auto Paint & Body
,BRaT BUY Tfttt WEEK-Brand new Herman Goodwin.9855. lc. 677 Goodwin. Inc.. 677 N. Orange: IR55. Stront for buslnesaer. .. and fam business. Stock and fixtures included. 'I to learn. SI1-n.ce. week. tiniformsfurnIshed. I II enn. Al 3000 N. Orange; 8000. FORD-1940 5-pasgenter coup. Twin CALL, US-THEN STOP
N. Orange: Realty. 318 V W. .
2-bedroom cement block home: extra ORANGE BLOSSOM Some On bus line, paved street coodcorner. : working conditions. gutted muffler aviation shocks.skirts IN THE SAME HOUR FOB
larto rooms lots of closet space shrewd TRI See Mr. M.rU. with O. P. Apply I Tremor Cafeteria. 8 W.: 1 AUTO-BRAKE JOBS and wheel and new tires. Ph. 2-2053. Can

tart corner 1M 1150. Clyde McKea- 53-1. Rnehe and TImberlandLAKE this ,1n".ter' corner. Right for pick stores UP 60. Business Opportunities Swope. Realtor. 60 East Pine. Phone Cnlnl alignment.! I.da service. Whel. be seen at 1223 28th 6t after 8pm.oally. THE CASH I $30 to $300
wait. .
5812. After office hours call 5076. balanced .hU. yon A
lie. Broker.
1 M.II 2"1. of most any kind of bulne. Bigdemand WHITE WOMAN reliable; to do Prsnte A Sons. 1010 W. Church_
-5 for this I FORD-1937 4-door sedan new ring
BOND'S Duplex cement block nous* housework and some cooking. Must
Winter Park No city taxes. FRONT CO'15A08.-.On bauU now. This is your p.rlCla to pur. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES since 61. Bank Lan -Serke sleep in. Good '. Call 2-1883. AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE Experienced Job: first (293 gets it J. W. Gar Test! Get cash quickly oa your Blenttor /*
8Uo. tub lake in opportunity 1920. Phone Room 5. : 11. mechanics prompt service: net. Central
Lot. 70 X 200 21 Sacrifte Alt.IODt. 8prln. NI. chase an property.For 2-108. 43 W. : Hardware 222 W. Cen *. Auto or Furniture. Can todayl
la. CentraL WHITE WOMWAN
1y furnished -Laundry work
tere. Steele. in good and tral: 2-2317
145. .
moem full Martle Williams. .tot.
.15. Only IS do.b.IDe If* like panleual private home. All p.r. acce.ert. Cen
823 ,. A. GBrker.. IP1Dd-paaYol w. Central Reltor. W, WashingtOn. INSTALLMENT LOANS cea you Call Winter cn"eaeDcea1 Urt. v.me.. l.
1121 N. Orlando Av Mi and p.tr. Re.ltr. St Pon. 810. BEAUTY SHOP-A busy two-operator a' First National COlpr Pei. 4:5W. trl: -

TJnderpM Winter Pak ; 2-1. hop upstairs in heart of dow- I thee cost When the loa WHITE MI WANT Immediately AUTO WRECKER-Phone 2-3741 for FORD 1937 sedan. New p lnt. Hae
l.n town. Price 81.30000. you S 93-Payments S 8 34 Round 808 W. Central GFC LOAN COMPANY
auto
Fisk P.r.n"Dt any killln'
INSPECT TODAY-1941 Mt. Vernon NEW BUILDING-Cement block construction Cal Mis I 10. I' Yer emerency. good motor. Good rubber.
with ; S yon 139-Payment* 12 50 Position. Excellent Quarters Av*. Rtmbo. '* Official 345. J. R.
O'Hara-More. Smith. 33 E.
with feet Robinson.
1048 10.
conjunction.Av*. Modern, 2 bedroom. Sound 54. Lots for SaleAMHERST cement floor space plat square glass front. Pine lOl E S you let 188ument 16 67C i Furnished No Cooking or Laundry Wrecker S""IC... 71 East Robinson Phon 6733

Prepl.c. P1.he lot 100x182 ft- drive- BLOCK MACHINE for lease 30.you get 2500 Work. This Is a Good Paying Job FENDER and
on : prior to BODY AND repairing
Fenced yard Wel lo.t
ut.l. Net 8T. 75-ft. frontate. sale. S act 372-Payment* 33.34 for Right Mrs Yoane
1600
Ideal for blocks e .
per day I paintinc. gladly given.Satisfaction
capacity .n60SPW.
e000ItiOflWill of f.eIU. rtal bu.le. 41 67 : E.tm.tt
selection buildinc 465 Payment
clan ae. 81500. Wide traffic. r._W. Oretham. 2637 E. Jefferson. S 5.you set Dr. Phillips Robinson.SETTLED d. D.
cash payment. .at Pc.d r.b' : V.me.
lot Inside city at price ranclnc get 930-Payments 83.34
814.500. term* See you MIDDLE 234 W. Av Phone .
100. -
BUSINESS LISTINGS AGE COUPL. C.ntrl FORD 1934 .
New 3-bedroom Clrr.t Tom to you wantto a NJ coup Its a stomp
.40 10.0. 1
CAM Fireplace. bu e.. Mr. Lti. Harold Shepherd Hsrlow a. Fredrick. Above monthly payment 12 months. Woman for I REPAIRS W* supply all down send -un. 1941 motor la it
50. mODt, p.nenta Realty .. 20 K. "Bulu caretaker. BRA
btt Washington St. Man. time Separate
No lou.tar. I C. Golden. tee James i. R.lCr. Phone 5124.SUBURBAN$5.540. HesdguarUrs... 118 N. Ornn. Payments for 15 months are smaller. living part furnished. Charlie need; also tires *& 245. J. R. Smith. 33. E. Robinson.
et MARTIN'S USED CARS
1121 N. G'Dd'An.. Near M.lt Sigh Blvd.Opposite D Figure include life lnur.nCe to pay Mortan.f.cIUe.. Church St. and o Dixie Sales f% Service. W.
land winter Park. x>t.M dial 'U8.ATAON income plus your CCE PARMbrode houses. loan in case of d.ath. FirstNatIonal 1 Ph Bone St.
own living In thIs guest home and at Orlando. 4th floor. 2-189. CAR WASHING and polishing by HUDSON
POSSESSION IN WEEK Arthur Avert SPRINGS-Like Flor chikn houl. hen pure B.nl ap -1939. 4-door sedan. New
mile fro City Limits en eldApopka I. POI. soxiso each. No im Ire. '11.0..term Orange C. W. Walter. bred .bt. leghorns and 10 FIRST NATIONAL Installment loan COMBINATION' SORAH pointment. For prompt and expertservice paint lob. good tire*. Can be seen 1947 CHRYSLER
Resltor.
lit heU en the a"al.ble.cC 1'2 : 18Ie. pullets and .; small on 4th floor now open Fie cek. opanl. call B & J Service St.tlo. at 1241 W. Columbia Ave.

I.". 4 rooms l.bt... .... t* Blchway. Homer Sw.11 TOURIST 'COURT unit Main tractor etc. 26 acre Of land under t depareDt d.l Saturday 9 to 12 to .ek. Phone 01 corner Boone and Jackson HUDSON COUPE-1941. 37.000 miles. Town sod country convertible sedan.

LOVELY HOME near completion. 3 phon Winter Park IH highway. Close la. Furnished. good fence. 84.000.00 ..of chickens in- better a" ,el Elevator service. interview.ELDERLY CONVERTIBLE TOPS-Head Clean radio, heater 1000. Take 7) actual mile*. 13893.

bedrooms fl-eplac tile all er 1-181. Pent, of room for npan.lea Price clud.4 87.00000 of out buildings COUPLE-As companionto Door panels. Tailor-made ..t 1nla small pick up truck in trade. Box
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built-in large bath For better H cash. Mr. potter ..lhHem.1 2 story modern home: all 62. Loans Up to $300 elderly woman in euban.for ert. West Auto Trim Shop. 641 Lexington. 226 .
tk.. rG.and BEVELY SOR Goodwin. Ine. for cood Owner free rent In country. I, 1948 BUICK
c*. b-iutlf choice Brote. eT 11.0.0 ter. Ph 2.11: .
leato. Ave. dial must business hours. Cal 61.LUBRICATION BIYDSONCOUPE-194e. A beauty"
air conditioning all Lart lot available. Walter Ornl 13.a aU. best Diamond loans-
destined 't.1 RC la list ten T. AUTO. FurnItur. Shellubrtcatlon U 4000 miles. Will trade. Box 226 -docr super. Fully equipped Terr
windows concrete blocks. All for In.. Co. 49 N. Orange Av*. Orwl LARGE LOTS with tre new "Iu. years. de I Company. J. F. the thorough scientific lubrication S-Star.
811300 to first pet. makIng doposit Manor oflc. 3356 N. O.n.* buildings fire proof. the ask for Jo Thompson with Mar Burger. W.n 807 Metcalt Build- I 65. Help Wanted-Male [ -Every Meek and cranny" of your low mileage. S2795.
time make that secure IDn.tment.tha..U tie Williams. Realtor. 21 W. Wash in Phone : MODEL T-1928 Ford Coupe: in perfect -
C hole IDt flhf Cal COLLEGE PARK-Yates Ave. 8650. t car or truck i* Smooth run-
lneton St. Phone toucbed condition.
owner. brine in a good Income (106. AUTO METAL WORKER-Two. Pint Bill Sander' Ga-
313. B1 :1' 1201 W. New HampshireCOLLEGE LOANS Quickly made furniture nine assured
CASK on
Ph 18. Real class. Guaranteed and com p.r. o. rate. Falrvllla. FORD 1940 DELUXE
Estate "
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BOUSES-Two new cottages la Orlo A. .1 auto and diamond Or- 11. Safe rapD. proloDI had-tre
corner lot. E. Central. DISTRIBUTOR for major tire company mission. Orante County Duco Co. place OLDSMOBILE-l940 4-door special
Vista. Isndo's own Horn Co. 307
O l.tl. PARK Near Princeton Pn.lc part m'k. dr"ll 4-door. Extra special clean. SIMS.
seeking for Orn. County. 7detcalf Bdg.DiaI 64 Lxln.ton St. 11. 81. Southern sedan Radio and Heater. Car completely
.teetri 3r 1110 for Emerlck. 2-304. lf. : pl..ur.
l.ht. stores C. R.
170. BELL Realtor. Writ or wire N. J. ,. 318S APPLIANCE SALESMAN Expertnced. 8toic Orange; dial reconditioned and repainted.
'UIO. eiter 0. I.1 cu Realtor (10 N. Ave. Ph. 7348. Tt CYAUGH CASH LOANS MADE quickly. (10 to
Phone ; ... IfaydectAve.. DeLand Fla. One who ha had outside 21550.3.NEW. Owner must sell cheap due to fl-
l COCOA-CRESCENT ft. Met.lf 113 100. On your car or furniture. sales A real opportunityfor sandal circumstances Inspect at 1937 DODGE
LAKE 3 bedroom BEC-IO DISTRIBUTOR WANTED Paravoz ezprence. truck tire and tube:
311 8. '
OVEKNG turhe. 10 bear- and lots only 400 ft. LARGE INCOME property corner hearing aids Orlando and adoin Pnanc. Co. Or.nl. m.n WUr' It KeIr. '0 8x10 0012f. .3 Ford (A) ml.1tr. 1490 Fairbanks Ave, Winter Park. On owner. With brand new motor.
c. B. Realtor 104 E. .
up. Davis. ; I CI,H.n N. Mill \ "
in t citrus tree Ni. nr. Owner'sbusiness Jefferson: Sunset and W. Sut 4 bedroom. Inr c0nte. Parsvox Is wheel Very cood. Bx OLDSMOBILE 1946 78" 4-door New tire .new paint. S72S.
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takIng We& Will sell 21MI.DUBDRIA 7500. part cash. Ph. 2-2840. old Th lightest 8ta. sedan. All accessories. Blue finish.
for 810.000 for Lola COUNTRY CUB sec weight ."an-ln-one" hearing aid using AUTO BODY man sheet metal worker I Olin. Used Cars. 242 Nj Orange Ave.
luek .a. STORE BUILDING 30 ALL AROUND service ,IsclllUes
NEW X on KINDSrurnituro and
lot standard Eveready 2-4814. .
low a* easy batteries. .
Royal. 2-O672. LAS Or A Best working conditions.
term*. Pay. Slave lot paid lot SO x 150. Growlnc section of Three Lower Pera personnel. Paint ,plaU& Pont 1934 CHEVROLET
HOUSE AND two lots on ce a for when melt becomeavailable. i, te.n 82650. Henry Burch. Broker. mOell. re.enabl Loans Single Illn- nent position and good pay 11M your truck or ca Idle.
19th and Nashville. matel. Pre. oPprlnl e. man. Holler Chevrolet 4-door. Th best buy ia town. Drive
lure Loan Anto Appl.
M.l. 2-109. luarnteed. Reralr
Property high class Call fl.nced.
quick, sale bY..ne. 1 block of but1'n section to bound to Increase rapidlyIn write E..clu.I'. Fouts. Par"el. Hearlnc or Salary Loans etc .Lan .. E E 1 GlcmthBUCHERbprlennd II.t Federa Tk Co. '1 OLDSMOBILE ood sounds- 193S. sedsn. Look It and yon win acre S52S.

1400 St. value. Buy today ahead of this 57. Real Estate Exchanged Aids 43 N.Z. 2 Mlamla Flor strict Privacy. Simplified Loan ; good. drive nice.
1283. J. R.
VEERS AND CIVILIANS W* Increase. W* have some beautifullarge ida. Phone 9-3124 & Method. Flexible Terms. Lbrl and local man Smith. 33 Z. Robinson.

on your lot er ,O may lots right on the colt course. CLOSE IN DUPLEX-Income around FROZEN CUSTARD 5TANDJJ' Continuous Credit. Loan 10 t 300. on' nd ,. Pi writ Box 73-1. Auto Parts-Accessories

elsct a desirable homesit frol our Water lights gas and bus available. 8200 per month. Oo rental equipment. On mam 8S1a. .
1UD. BOle and lot with Paved. Carritaa A Baland. o.r erty. Will trade to 30 prep Phone 3-0890.h.h." Reasonable Family Finance Service Inc. 32 W. BOOKKEEPER-Must be capable of AUTO, RADIOS-Motorofa complete PACKARD 1942 Clipper. Beautiful Good Used Cars At

or a 90* FdA laD; CardIgan BldC4 872 N. Ora" erov Willin to pay cash differ Central. Phone. 9857. handling complete set of books stock. B. F. Goodrich. Garland and 2-tone green finish. Radio overdrive -

Prompt aa complete plaulnl i 4551: evenings. 2-2534. ence. Or will sell. Huckel-'N..1 small operation. Reply In own hand- Robinson Ave. and heater.' Olin, Ufcd Ctl!. Sensible Prices.
building "Ic. Jennln Realtors: 118 GROCERY AND MEAT MARKET writIng Box 238 142 N Garland Ave. 2-4347.
EXPOSITION desirablelots Rblon el.I for
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PARK 40 2-373
6le. your AU size
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Old established BATERI
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Inc.. year round nellh-
(> Orange Ave.
7 :34. I (wholesale From brick borhood Modern MONEY FOR EMERGENCIES COUPLE With experience to ulo B. F. Goodrich Garlandand PLYMOUTH 1940-5 Passenger
YOU FIND THE GIRL-W* will find to) xpoaltion (round*. For 6135 : 57-I. Beach Property. Close in.buale. location.equipment.Low tate lust a short time to set cooking cleaning and yard work. Robinson Ave. coupe. A-l condition. Can be seen

the horn*. Clyde McK.a.Broker I Mr. Lane with Herman Ow1 rent. 8e ur for details. Htrlew O. *. her. norda cdl&2 w. Pin Dial 2-1598 JACKS' hydraulic; 795. at Pecram Shell Service winter 101 N. MAIN ;E
P 13 B. Phone 677 N. Orante 955.5.BOMESTTZS..24 1st BUMPER Park.
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V.II. Fredrick. est Ornd
118 N. Orance. Dial IBS. T..te. DAIRYMAN Experienced second B.m Foe lamps, (4.95. Floor
A NEW BLOCK home. Tyler Av*. [ QUICK CASH LOANS Furniture msn.,Must b a good worker. Good mat for Ford and Chevrolet Firestone PLYMOUTH.. 1948 4-door ted.a. 8409 *"

Orlo Vista. : rooms. B.t Must Nlt1 building OCEAN,FRONT L GROCERY-MEAT Near note and auto loan. 2-hour serv salary plus hOle. Out of t.n O.I" Concord. Will trade for 1940 or '41 car. Will

sell this week. Cheap o I Ic right la the h.a d.nlp Orlando. Good MR, modern ice. Family .. 501 Florida address and telephone Box MOTOR Ford V... Number 74. finance -up to C1000. T. F. asker Motor
will consider terms. for .home Orlando Beach on the Ocean. ba.II. Bank Bide W. Cams 244 Co Klsslmmee.
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I mn' dulne. Orlando'a own beach. equipment Price "40. term c. R a-Sa. Completely rbuU& I fine condition. -
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ATTRACTIVE HOME in one ofOrlandos tract situated in cap 8 ocean front lots left at Oareltts. Broker. C Phone LUBRICATION MAN-Experienced la Call 2.2518. PACKARD. .-.1938. 4-docr; extra clean:
beat 4 large : tivity. For full particulars see Marti I II 0' 1.IS 2.14. 4 OP 5 who ask for a Service Station work. whit wall
her Dupuli 6erv- tires; private
ete1. These are large GAS STATION with sandwich OU lan fRONT END REPAIR PARTS owner;
W. WaabIncton .cl. lot ahop.oa
bedrooms. heat William Realtor. 2 on*. Personal .. ice Station 10. 800. Can
loot
E. Colonial after
: "th b' .tr from to I heavily traveled State hlchway. Dr. available fe almost any 3 p.m. 1420 Plneerest
hardwood St. Phone 8104. pne bllnar. 8. Phone .f
Well n Irene prch.I I oceans* edce our Doing over 6000 Orange. Rom 2 2-3Ua MAN WANTED with small truck. auto. C. A. France it Sons. 1010 W. Ave. QUALITY CARS

a.de. a horn 'tl wonderful driving end bathIng b.ch I Has 6 bedroom npitalrt One$5500down. Robert E. Wole. Me. Steady employment. Can averte Church Phone 8811. PLYMOUTH-1938 4-door sedan. Motor
.10' LAKE FRONT 11 la Intcrlachen one mile couth o the town of balance (65 A. (12 per day. Easy work. Apply. 206 overhauled. New tire Run '4S PACKARD CLIPPER
hare to be tl. lust .hewa 623.5OO Cniuaal re- Beach.Electricity. C BE ready cash for 8. Main. Fully equipped sod ajoost new.
Is the price c."en'en". Goldea. Broker. 1121 N. Orlando Av WSEt per '81. 74. tood. 750. Private owner. 1021 29th
mleh mor .trct. Nydetcer Co. 6e E. bus and telephone service. needs from Acceptance AutoTraierVantd St
(Near Maltland underpass). Winter .el.1 .
Henry M. Burch. Broker to wind brooms. SEDAN
5 ; Cel"I.1 Dr.: dial 8065. Drive over tomorrow and select your Corporation at 480 N. Orange MEN-ElpreDe 48 62 CADILLAC
2-10. LAKE FRONT beautiful I& and then come b my offIce Pak. In Orlando or at Cocoa or B.I..Brom 1 17th St. and AtMOBI WANLt model PLYMOUTH-1935 DeLuxe. Radio. Kydramttle. radio ann h'n'.rr 2-ten
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OARAGE APT. New c01teUel Osceola LT-l of Winter ,t your contract er ded. If you GROCERY and meat market eC Winter Ha"'I. Terms best suited to 8t.J. Cash. Phone 24177.CADILLACS l.r, heater foe lights. Motor A-l shspe. blue Almost Dew
lake view modern Lt residential office Doing good MAN OR WOMAN for wool precsine. Good tires See afrw 6 PJtt. at 1208W
; : Pak' finest come m will go I bu.lne. you. on your signature. *uto. '
o eUD CLUB COUPE
South short Lake Dock and are over to beach you and lone ways wy from made furniture or other collateral. Must b experienced. Paula CleanIng or ot.heri-.prjce aecond- Central. Apt I. 44 82 CADILLAC

lufurDb.. fit 41U.INSTCC. built. bt hOI beach. Price assist 'O In -ll er rash pnouil te carry him back to S"nlt. 1310 Ed.ew.ter. sri to ceDltln Wykygyl Mocr. PLYMOUTH 1939 4-door edo BydramaUe. radio and heaur.
lot
,. Cavenauth. 4308. All ocean front the of Your 700 N. with radio. This I Is exeeptlonany Practically new.
THIS WELL duplex 85.750. C. J 1t ar pl.1 Stat W.all.ta MIDDLE AOE couple wanted at the M corne Opl an
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has 4 rooms thTS-.s. ftcinc Clay 8U. 4 block ly marked with m feter. Roper 63. 'Mortgage Loans stand I te bus .t.tt 2 Wall Sunday.FRANK clean ear. Olln's Used Cars. 142 N. '42 CADILLAC 61 SEDAN

separate entrance 4b gas faculties.a. I from cross state highway. Brn.o, I.D. and all sold lot with Realty. Clrch Main: 2-3433. St. Part worl.POMERElprene BED really know how to Garland: 24347.PLYMOUTIIl440. Hydramatic; radio heater

D.Dal. .6 rooms. 3 of them Son' Ranch. Van Burn A...Orl len. GRILL Beer and ..wine spot. Wellestablished only. Bi,. get th b.1 dollar for your ea Special Deluxe 4 Like New.
screened front and Vista. I Acr. the street on the west tide going bu.Ie.Price of F.N.A.-Long.term. low-rate. : Plant St. or equity. Cal la five DUt door sedsn. New psint. exceptionally

back porch. Immediate PSlo.! LAKE FRONT On In pane boulevard at Orlando (2.750 Include eIIPet ale ment-Insured mortgage Oem Winter DckD phone 95 resident -; give 'em ? Give clean. Jim Cumbi Or*. 904 H.Orance '42 PACKARD CLIPPER
Oad.D.
Price 816500. Oe1 on Beach IS Banana River Bay furnished 2578 buildinc. orc.. 201 N. Blossom Trail; 7883. Ave. 24)21.8TUDEBAKE Club coup
WU coDder ofer. of Winter Pecks lota. aU larte lot Guarn buying or rfl.nln. Cal phone O.DI
over-drtv
fie aUeD extending from Robinson Ave.GROCERY Radio heater,
Ann Goodwin Hera. Ow Dock and house. ? or see Joe OMyers.. HOUSE Not over -4 door sedan, late
the paved boulevard Raltr. T
the Z Must
Inc.. Broker. 677 N. Orante: ness),. a.lto b 4308.LAK2 Bah of Banana River Be,.t Unsold waters lots I Washincton St. Phone 881. I CPHOLTmEPi' clu. as b 81500 na Pnte .ae. H. W. '36. In storage nearly 4 year Fin '42 61 CADILLAC SHDANETTE

ATTENTION Ol ana OvslIana-We FRONT-120x160 ft. Nicely have no sign OB tb.m Sold STORE-For Immediate ra upholstering. Permanent Sladec Shnman. B01 151. S.fer. Fla. running condition. 675. Box 264 Radio heafr. iu dramatic

can now bid for you at sore aSroom 81.500. Electricity avail bear a "8' sisn. Bay front lot action owner will sell at actual HOlE LOANS We want to help you Interior Decorator. Florida.YOUI"G PONTIAC WANTED-All models in- Orange City.STATION .
Lk.land
bath of good construction J.l.e. I McKenney. Broker: 4950 .r & eah Many prefer It. Inventory of ttock. Doing .5.0 a home er build a new on. MAN for drug eluding 1947. Or Olds. Dodge or '41 BUICK SPECIAL SEDAN

and furnish lot on excellent Cheney HI.h.l dial 3-7144. the n.r the ocean only monthly. Price approximately ( 4.0. We will give yea prompt service. Of- work including Ine.1' and Ire other clal car. Stivers 62 Colonial WAGON-1941 Chevrolet Radio heater very dice
All for (6400. W* can *e- 350 Courtney Realty 393 If. Orange clean car.
Jat feet arty with a street in da hour to 2 during ; 8913.
the fir I .1 I t ery. Apply in person to
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TERRACE Beautiful
building corner
Civilian 80* 90* PAL renter of the 2-41 Flnt Aln'l.
o lake subdivision. l.cr., Federal full of .. and TRAILER HOME for CADILLAC SEDAN
PitA ban. F. Boland. no. and lake front from th boulevard "adl and -W.nt t buy 41 62
Carrltaa H 673 Rar Attractive pr. Carl Tetder, Developer. Many prominent* and toe b.eh. GROCERY E. Lal.t.Uo.. of olDdo 6 I YOUNG MAN for general clerk June paa. .. price AUTO AUCTION Every T&ursdsy. Hydramatle. radio aed heater.
N 011.11 .1 31 and meat bu.I. L.II Pi. Ol.ndl Fa. I for cash. faUdrrUen Everybody sen .
2-51. 24.WETOREL.UD M1 of Orant County have cltl quarters; all d1PI.1 rar new grocery store. 34 East Cur Win .rt. me an BOW replies. HoUy-Robson'i Motor* Price Auction.are cood.2120 A really nice ear.

COTTAGE 3 rooms Large lot. 8_' block. 2 r.d, parhal lots at Orlando IU .8 to (8 a mOlt L LOANS oa all types of property: lone Brookside Drive. Fair- 8. Orange Blossom TraiL Thursday 41 PACKARD CLIPPER
-30 66.
C. L. Cox. Sales
Llchta. wen lawn. Immediate It Br..la recnett. Will % Help
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N.me 4-Door Sedan
.p or short terms low rate; Immediate I Want field. Connecticut. Is the day.
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possession. Pr. 18. S50 eaih. WHtmorlad or Number 2 All lel the subdivision have .1"! Inquire 1ZOI 29th St. Barlow O. 118 Radio. Batr. Overdrive!
balance like 3 from Or fire been and traded .r. Pet SALESMAN to represent finest
rltar aubolvi.abc. ORANGE BLOSSOM N. Phone I c.,1 -
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laad S. Ruby McCormick or Mr. 3 LOTS la Orb Vista centrally lo 1".1. e. can .t buIlding business. TJmD Oa. 1181. line electronic instru WE NEED CARS to rent. Yea dont 76. Trailers-Trucks for Sale Th*.* car cold with a 3O-dv
Riddle Paul Broker Ir1D H.adU. fri sold to high class clientele. have co any further when yen
.lh 135 cated. each (225 U takeaat Immedlael t
E Pine. one*. 11 o Orb VUta. J.t a the ground I drinks. New awat. Ice Cat and MORTGAGE FOR SALE (13.000. 6* I meat' supply business cood lt t a W* .1 buy your AUTO CAR TRUCKS-New available guarantee.WspxyOcchforUsedCaro
Rr cooler par
Box CaU floor of th Building : l. Daytona Beach tint mortgage atdDt income New today top price. for civilian me. Also ample supply
pay ca P&
ItGAWPa. 2 M 11. R at 8eRo. the bank of Indian River ia a e mister Ice Chevrolet plktrk due November 1948. o $ -( mont. .I w Or- J.etID.1 UDn-J 143 N. Gu of part Orlando Truck and Welding
IMP Pr G B1hbrh Lkh.n Coa I aD cream colr. (10.000 Inth Terto. Co 1020 W. Church St 2-2060.
one block north of Irar oa
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w a. anee. .
A FINE z.or-.ttamonta. that will th cal. D_ imme 8t.r.KORTAGE. V01a JD I 24.lLY
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across the street P
Lake. Counties. DODGE TRUCK 1939 Dual
darff. IVa-ton.
Realtor. diate -
1' phone please you. For sale (TOO.McKelvey. I at Inventory. Oa
2-3W3 or 2.m.J Real lock. .E. CentraLWlCitOTStutbue House next door .U Cocoa Tribeaug JaneBr.e. 53 145.. ; 1559.ThAb FOB 8A.0 at I cash required. Telephone U NE of 111 and 1947 rear wheels. Best offer. Telephone J. C. McKELLAR Did
.D. ( 10 2-1287. Leave name telephone address 4432.
MODERN 70 can Hal
TILE BUNGALOW. 3 b line. and *p. C Owner' Herman .. Broken for Interview.EXCLUSIVE N. .
a15 Edwad. year I 615
hr1. ] DODGE 1946 pick truck. Low
2 Owl Wadnor. A.e. -- BP
ro. l.tl fronting t fe Lake lot with plnt l.d. I Rep 10" 677'N. Orange: "YOUR PACKARD DEALES"
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0. ald feet .1 8475. Eeactiful o Phone 99. Cocoa. 'Ur. Btr'I THE 18 86.U. I FRANCHISE Tel-See phe 1.517. mileage. Excellent condition. Ltqul-

1940 value f 621.500. M. J ea bar&roa4. atl._ T. Dor- WANT-ADS WANTED o tint morttate I telephone secretary, new Invention ON-T CASH PAID for hoed dating business 1285. Mr*. M. L. 142 M. Oraac Av*. Fboae 5Z2
Broker. 132 8. Mala. Phon6977.o sey. Broker. 4412. A I a._.b-tr three room I sell on tcbt. Gray. 4411 SW Sits i elta cr Jim Cumbie Car. Brown. Pert GatUa BottL CaU between :

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