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Title: Orlando morning sentinel
Alternate title: Orlando Sunday sentinel
New year sentinel=star
Sunday sentinel=star
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Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 60 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W.M. Glenn
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: May 4, 1947
Publication Date: 1918-1953
Frequency: daily[<1926>-1953]
daily (except monday)[ former 1918-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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NO. 720 ORLANDO. FLORIDA. SUNDAY. MAY 4. 1947 FORTY PAGES

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Army Halts Race Riot; : Taft Man, 29, I Phone Strikers Told




Found Slain Near I






I One Killed.... Injured- -5- !I Pine Castle To Work or Lose Jobs



,' ": Ex-Georgia Resident


Tear Gas Used SOVIET LEADER ISSUES STATEMENT Held Pending Quiz


:: Stalin Tells Stassen Russia : I The gunshot-riddled bodyof 'I:I L Pardon Us for Even Mentioning It 1'I' Southern Union


On PrisonersIn Amos Crews, 29, of Taft, ; //-

Seeks Co-operation--Not was found last night outsidethe I A4YacM4'd4J

home of McKinley Flowers -: ;Wey r iAz5'r 4q,97'ac''r Gets Ultimatum

mile south of Pine : ,
BarracksColonel one
i : War--With United States : Castle, Deputy Sheriff George 8v 9 51q74GqrNO /

!Jump reported. y 4)LL 7761 ip
Hike
'Starts'Investigation I WASHINGTON [UP] Josef Stalin says the U. S. and Jump said that Flowers Is beIng I Ca4With-c: r Wo 7>#of Rejects Pay

the USSR can avoid war if they want to-and Russia, he held pending a. coroner's Inquest gfjcfs

says, wants to. into the fatal shooting.The u*}( Steady Positions

sheriff went on to
S FORT LEAVENWORTH, But "if one party does not wish to co-operate, the result deputy I
_u ___ __ 1 quote the 35-year-old Flowers assaying I Pledged New WorkersAn
Kan. [AP] The Army quelled will be conflict, war." he found Crews outside his t

a race riot in the U. S. Disftip1inary State Solons 1 1 Stalin's latest words on inter home and Tired a single shot froma I ultimatum to return to

Barracks in which national relations were spoken to 12 gauge single-barreled shotgun work or lose their jobs was

one prisoner was killed and I Harold E. Stassen. 1948 Republican when Crews came at him in a issued yesterday to striking

five guards and six prisoners Injured I Face Hunt For Presidential nomination can :threatening manner.: Southern Federation of Tele-
didate, in a MoscowInterview
t yesterday, finally forcing i April 9.Stassen. Crews and Flowers, according phone Workers by the Southern -

capitulation of 514 white prisoners New Revenues t* Jump, moved to tbb section
released a transcript of I Bell Telephone Co. at At-
who had defied a surrender several months ago from Brant-
the interview last night. Stalin lanta.
ultimatum throughout the after- TALLAHASSEE [ A P ] icy County, Georgia. I '
made these points: I --.5 F And new workers hired wouldbe

noon. Florida Legislature, on the Despite different economic systems -', They reportedly were employedby assured by the company of
Earlier, 213 Negro prisoners In I
verge of overspending the the two countries can have M. M. Manning of Kissimmee. permanent employment Southern
another cell block: surrenderedafter
a night and morning of rioting State's financial resources, peace If both "desire" to co-oper I' who operates a stump pulling bus- Bell Pres. Hal.S. Dumas added.

ate. Russia has that desire. Iness. United Press dispatches from
and disorder that forced the is faced with the job of
I There should be no name-call A man who gave his name as : Atlanta also disclosed the company -
Army to send to Kansas City : taxes without recommendations .
raising
new ing. "If we start calling each Cager Crews, 26, also of Taft, was had offered the union wage
for additional supplies of tear from Oov. Caldwell. '
being held with Flowers as a material Increases of $1 to $3 a week depending -
cu. i I I He said yesterday be may call S witness Jump said, adding '! /v ; job classifications
upon
The task of clearing the white the Legislature's "attention to the _ *
I that Cager. Crews said he was not and localities In nine Southeastern
prisoners' cell block: was completed -
fact that we have exceeded revenues -
related the victim. I States.
_
at 8:20 No bodies .
p.m. by several million dollars and
The shooting occurred shortly / The SFTW rejected the wage
were found and only two of the unless that is raised the ,-
i money after 9 -
p.m.Assisting 5I offer. scorned the ultimatum withan
appropriations mean nothing." ,
(See Picture Page 2) Jump In the Inves- assertion that the walkout
Caldwell said be did not contemplate _
tigation were Deputy Sheriffs would not end in the South with-
suggesting means of pro-
prisoners reQUired hosplUliza-: Donald Butler, James A. Batten I S out a just and honorable settlement -
ducing new revenue becawethat's
Uon-cm. prisontr who previoualy -I and Walter Bahr.' and then countered with a
the Legislature's prerogative
had malaria and another demand for an average Increaseof
Coroner Eugene Duckworth -
ordered
but If we spend It, we have ,,
who.. suffering from an old In- 1! to raise it." Crews' body removed to the 'wv.4'4_ about $11 a week: in basic wazes.

jury. Both condition had been I : Funeral The ultimatum was revealed
In 20 days of its 60-day session LelsteinWigginton _
aggregated by the tear rUe Home. 74 in a letter from Dumas to North
th Legislature has passed or
The dead prisoner was Dewey Stassen Stalin Carolina's Gov. Cherry, who had
started the to almost certain -
on way
Osborna. JO. white of Mountain I U.S."lndich24" requested Southern 'Bell to hire
enactment bills authorizing other names x z it will lead to
City, Tenn, who was stomped to replacements for strikers in his
million
expenditure of nearly $145 no co-operation*
death.
during the next two years-nearly Farben Officials aPalestine State M that normal service
On. white prisoner 'Who prevlously Ultimately "the consciences ef : 1 could be restored.
two-thirds of it for education.
AA, had bad malaria. was taken the people" win prohibit atomic ,

J to a hospital but there were no That If Just about the figure (. warfare. x x We shall succeed As War Criminals f dent.H. Tweedy then Sl"TW'icepresi-
charged Cherry with
Indications of any additional In- stat. fiscal officials estimatepresent In establishing international 'NUERNBERG, Germany UPJ Issuef Jet Pilot WinsKntuckTysDerby Hospital Fund scorning democratic processes In

juriee.Tbe. tax ouree. will producefor Incpectlon I and control of The United States yesterday indicted ; his request for new workers.
,., i \ ,
general .eau. Al
Orlando
atomic Mooneyham. district
tUttag grew eat .f resentment energy.To I 24 top officials of the huge

l '.( whit. prtoonen s t Calculating existing obligations I prevent economic crisis, the German I. G. Farben Co. as war manager for Southern Bell last
I night told the Sentinel-Star
that
having U et la the same mess of old continuing appropriations I U. S. Government "must be vested II criminals on five counts-waging Splits Reds U. S.NEW S.I In Thrilling Finish Drive ExfendedContinuation the ultimatum as Issued from At.

h.n with He...... This broke 1 they are forecasting biennium deficits lanta
with wide powers" to "adopt broad S war, robbery, slavery and mass ; LOUISVILLE [UP] Jet Pilot probably would cover Orlando -
tut aa epen Hot Friday nl,ht of $10 million unless new personnel.
measures. murder criminal police activities the 73rd Kentucky Derby
YORK [AP] The won of 0 r a n g e
Meantime the Government reft
after" three Xegr. prisoner attacked revenue is produced. The U. S. is lucky to have
an and conspiracy: to commit crimes yesterday before one of the great
: portedly proposed. $5.14 "packI1 I1 I1age"
white Caldwell said he had not had United States and Russia Memorial Hospital's cam-
a man la the ocean on each aide and "weak"neighbors I ,
against peace. I II est crowds in sports 'history-be.- weekly wage Increase for
shower room. an opportunity to study amendments i I she need not fear. Economically t' The 24 officials will be tried before split sharply yesterday over tween 115.000 and 120.00G-by paign fund was announced \i striking telephone workers across

Hundreds of tear gas shells were I tacke4 to the Citizens Edu- she Is in a. favorable S an American Court here Jewish representation in the.1 1I feating the favored Phalanx de-I yesterday by Carl C. Hall, 'the Nation as officials of the National -

lobbed Into the two cell blocka involved it cation passed Committee's through the school Senate bill Friday as-' situation because Japan and Germany I starting sbout June 1. They will 1 UN Palestine debate and the t thrilling photo -finish Faultlesswas i president of the hospital I workers Federation and the American of Telephone Tele-

through the night before i but "generally speaking I have been eliminated as be prosecuted by an American issue was left undecided after a''i third, scarcely a hair's breadth i board. who declared that the $550.- phone & Telegraph Co. resumed

the Negro prisoners heeded an think the bill will be a long world market competitors. :Staff headed by Josiah E. Dubois, four-hour wrangle in the general i!behind. 000 amount raised in the recent negotiations in Washington.The .

ultimatum by CoL Graeme Parks step forward." I Stalin told Stassen the U. a Camden N. .1., under the top direction assembly. The winner ran the mile and a : 10 day drive is "insufficient" and i i AT&T last night rejectedthe
and Nazi pre-war economic j ; package" formula.
barracks commandant to surrender were Identical systems of Brig G/Jt Telford Taylor When the delegates finally quit quarter In 2:06: 4-5. He paid the original goal of $7S0.000 "must

or be drenched In an Intensified Storm Lashes British Washington D. C., Chief $12.80 $5.20 and $4 across the t be reached if construction of the'' 40 Bootleggers Seized
The Generalissimo also questioned I I the situation was thtsr j ji I "
I board. Phalanx, the two-to-one new wing is to start.
gas barrage.
The white Coast, Perils Vessels Stassen closely about the American Prosecutor at the International i i The U. S. was pressing for approval favorite returned $4 to place and He said campaign headquarters DURHAM, N. C. UPJ Liquor
prisoners. In another law enforcement officers last
cell prospects ef a U. S, economic I War Crimes Trials. S of the assembly's steering j i $3 to show. Faultless' show price have been shifted from the Ange- nightreported
block. Ignored the
ultimatumfor i
LONDON [UP) A Spring storm 40 persom-13 of them
committee
The Industrialists face possible : report recommending was $4.60. but hotel to his own office. Room
depression. i
six and the I
hours. Army laid lashed Britain's coastline Friday women-had been arrested In a

siege to their wing of the wheel- night and yesterday. It rammed j I Stassen told Stalin he thouiht,terms.death by hanging- or long prison I I 'Check War Steeds' I Favored by a slow track Jet urged 502 of that the contributions American Bldg.be mailed, and 1 two-day drive against bootleggingin

shaped building cutting off water the 7.000-ton steamship Port Roy- I Pilot was off first and led all the this area.
"we have been successful in or brought there as soon as pos
and withholding food until they al Park Into a dance pier In Wales, I NEW YORK [AP] President I way. --
capitulated. I forced vessels In the English. America in preventing the monopoly U. S. Global Air Policy Miguel Alemmn ef Mexico declared sible" The Weather
Ridden by Eric Guerin Mrsy The needed balance of $250,000will
h Col. Parks was conducting an < Channel to take shelter during of capitalism and the imperialistic yesterday before an extraordinary ,
To Be Sifted Solons Elizabeth Arden Graham'schest be raised with help of
Investigation In an effort to aegre- I"the wildest night in years" and I II trend and that the," I by session of the UN nut colt just managed to last as- ; many i ORLANDO AND VICINITY:
gate the ringleaders. Plans for almost cracked WASHINGTON (AP Plans to Assembly that "one of the sacred Mild today and tomorrow;
I I the liner Queen workers have made greater progress -, I Phalanx who was off to a bad I [Continued en Pare 2. CoL *] I
court martial proceedings would i Mary-Into a harbor wan. I inquire Into the future air policy obligations of the UN Is to II pleasantly root tonight con
start like the wind down
the
wait completion of the investigation through use of the strength. of the United States In International -, check the steeds of war" addI I came I tinued partlr' t'loudy.
stretch. On Trust finished fourth. Sheet
he said. Bolivian Arsenal of their vole and their freedom, commerce were announced log that International co-oper- Youngstown *
Details and
pictures on Page 8.1
than Karl Marx: or Frederick: En-, !I yesterday by Senator Brewsler alien was the only way to prevent Okays 12Cent Hike Cracker Jim Sez
Mrs. Homer | R-Me.l of the Senate Commerce mankind from falling into :
Sidney Raided Three Wounded gels thought they could make. YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (TAP Anew ,
Committee. another world conflict that Balky Auto Engine Hits shore fbin to be fine day
fo Reported Critically III I t LA PAZ, Bolivia [LAP An armed :, Stalin replied: "Let us not" criticize -'i i 'He said an aviation subcommittee -I would wipe out present civilianS I two-year contract was signed I for fi&hin today an me and Jed

(VTV WINTER PARK Mrs. !I band of civilians attacked: an mutually our systems. adding -: | which he heads will open hearIngs tion. Blamed for DrowningHICKORY I yesterday by the CIO United Steel I Prod is a goin to be wettin our
SidneyEomer the difference In the systems!!: \ .: Workers and company officials at
who as Madame Louise I Army arsenal here yesterday and not | May 19 Into the question of N. C. (UP] A balky; I lines come dinner time. Hits sar-
Homer was a leading contralto in were repelled after two members was important. whether the Government should that the 55-natlon political committee auto engine was blamed yester- Youngstown Sheet & Tube Co.. tin that them fish is goin to be

New York City's Metropolitan 'of the group were wounded. Nine continue certifying American International decide on all requests fora day for the death of Lloyd Lynell providing 12Vi cents hourly Increases bitin best at Ii
of the attackers were arrested. : National Stationers Airlines in competitionwith hearing. of for some 25,000 employes. moon down
Opera for 25 years was reported White. 44, Hildebrand, N. Coo ,
critically ill with a heart ailment Police described the attackers each other or set up a single Russia backed a Polish resolution who was drowned when his car r which comes exactly ,

here yesterday at her home. 201 as "a group of drunkards" who Honor Orlando Man big line. The House Commerce which would allow the official rolled into Lake Rhodhiss in Burke KKK Charter Trial Nears I at mid-day _ '
I'shouted slogans of the National- Committee already is holding I Jewish to be ; an iffrn you
Welboume Ave. SAVANNAH. Ga. CAP] Zack S agency represented I County. The car rolled into the ATLANTA rAP Atty. Gen. Eugene -
:
Mrs. Homer has made her homeIn t list Revolutionary: Movement apolitical : i$hearings on this question. : at plenary meetings of the water while White was trying to Cook announced yesterdaythe can't get out -

Florida since her retirement In [ party. I Smith. Birmingham, was reelected I -_-_ ____ _____ special session. start the motor. State would seek trial late in then you can alt _

1932. coming here from Palm governor at the closing session I Irgun Raids Movies Both sides had considerable - Mav.-perhaps during the week a mess shore at '
: PrecientTo--; of the Fourth Regional District It. S. Eyaas. world'i largest amt dealer 'of May 25 of its suit to revoke midnlte. Iff e n /
S
Brach She and her .
husband si for support but it appeared almost pan !> t* $lBoa ever list pile: for them signs is rite '
celebrated: their 50th wedding anniversary National Stationers Assn. here!: Pleading Recruits certain the U. S. proposal would 1949 and 1M7 sstoM.bltefev.lpresicent the Ku Klux Klan charter.TRUMAN them :fish Is _ _
-- -- --- -- -- ---------
in January 194Z.Tonight's i{ Fire Prevention Parley yesterday JERUSALEM (UP Masked M approved when the final --"T" : gonna be down-

WASHINGTON CAP President George Stuart Orlando and l members of the Jewish under- vote la taken. 'GRATIFIED' WITH CO-OPERATION rite hongry an will be after that

Movies { Truman will address the opening Ben H. Vanderfort, Memphis, were: i ground Irgun Zvai raided all but U. S. Delegate! Warren R. bait fore It gus wet good. Alnt

BIACHAM. .: Th..R tun 6f UonU Crttto,, '!session of the conference on fire elected lieutenant governors. The: i one of Tel Aviv's eight motion pIcture Austin led the opposition to the no need to take a slicker along,

1 J4 < 14.: Tb S 34. Return T 34. :34ROZY of. Moat CristA,, ;, prevention here May 6. The three- S officers will be installed at the,: I theaters last night. inter- Polish resolution declaring that Wholesalers' Association Joins : either cause Iffen we have a rain

1:34. 3"14, 1:34.: 7:34. :J4Gllda day gathering will consider ways October national convention.Ivan 'rupting programs to appeal for ''to invite the Jews to participate it'll Jest be a drizzle drazzle.TODAY'S .

0CAMEO: 200 400.: IDS. IDS,., of curtailing the loss of life and Allen, Atlanta, and Stuart. recruits. In the assembly debate would in -11

COLONYLady 1* the take. *.... 4:U. ; property caused by fire. were speakers. 'j i They forced projection booth operators -i effect be amending the world : President's War High Prices' TIDES
T:13. 1:30.ORAND. -- -----, at pistol-point to play recruiting -I charter. on Dayton mwcM TideK !lab "If .Jn.}
: Tb ten Wolf In Uexlea 1.22 : records I tad 7-37 B m: Low 1:03 ..m.. aDd 1:07 p.mCCM .
*" M8mMltRULTO while capacity Soviet Delegate Andrei A. aueh TIM Rich ,:2< .... 7:47
SS-s'AVsfte'M1" ; AUCTIONS CLOSE ON UPWARD SWING : audiences! sat in amazed silence. I, Gromyko argued that to bar the WASHINGTON [AP] A drive for lower prices by the I 9 m: Low 1.13 tad 117 p.m
i IILT
Uar.. 5.18. 4:55.: 7.33. 18:M: ,Association of Wholesalers I s.s.stso it High 71* ...BLtod .
National
Pit for a Kin. 1'00. 3:40. ':29, '.10. Jews would create a bad impression head of the was an-S 1:42 P.m. Low 1:08 ..m. and 1:13 PJn.

';35.VOOUK 1000::IT SMdowed Al*.Ti. 200.Loved&25.You.':Ift.3:10. ,. Prospects Considered GoodFor ; Airliner CrashesIn i\! and reflect on the UN. nounced at the White House last night with Pres. Truman's I Sun PltatH LOCAL: Kiwi TEMPCRATURUBecord.d 9:43. Set 7:91.

DRIVE IN: Tin and Span. Flames 11 Die I( endorsement.The i by U. So Wnthu Buress a.
APOPKA: Dick Tracy Venus CMbn. LAKE SUCCESS [UP] Russia I Municipal Airport:
CLTRMONT- Gallant Be. drive as outlined by Joseph Kolodny association MinimUIII HI
DELAND If I Had M? Way. DREKA SAN JOSE. Costa Rica [AP] and the Western powers are miles ,: !... I I Maximum. 14 II: 1 CI
nick Tracy Venue Cueball. Tb llitoincent .: Higher Citrus Market Eleven persons including nine apart on formation of the UN seeD to noia aownl-- ------ -- I 2 :::: : .. : '13 2 :::: $73s
Racu all levels. | _.. .. '13 35-rn. .. $04Lm.
I prices at. retailers to do all they can toward -- -
GROVELAVP: The Plalnsmaa.HAKES passengers. were killed yesterdaywhen : global police force, it was disclosed -__-.__ U "II.J11L .____. UI..JIIL
: CITY: M.r*leKISSIMMZK Prospects. for a stiffening and higher citrus markel t a Taca Lockheed passenger -!' last night, and it probably It is based on his belief that i I "cutting their selling costs _____ 71 5 11m. .---- $4ot.
: :: No tao... N. Si that ___ ___
re.MOUNT .3
"the price level is too high. to the bone. establishing a more I II I 1t.JllL
DORA: Tb. Chas this Week were considered good as many packing house plane caught fire after takingoff I will be months-perhaps years- with the 7 a.lDe- __ 17. 7 1I.1De ______ $0S
8AKFORD- The Kid from Brooklyn from Nicoya. Costa Rica and 'before the UN gets armed forces "it is out of relationship 1 efficient operation consolidating .me ____ ,0 I 11.11I. 'MI
announced
PRQICESS; Aritnlo and Old Lau; Llcbt: I' that they would finish the 1946-47 deal in a few r I crashed three miles from the air 1 to stamp out aggression. income level of most wage earn- services and being satisfied with a Iarn, ----- 73. 1t.JD. 't
bouaa. I buying I 10 II.JD. __ ,1 10 1t.JD. '2il
ST CLOUD: The UUMy VlcOurk days nd close down for lack of fruit to pack. port. i ers, and that & consumer ,reasonable profit. 11
p.m.
INTER WINTER OARDEN RAVEN Race QCUBnt: In II. .*. I "Cie New York, Boston, Detroit and St. Louis auctiorm i -- 'I Marine Ace Dies in Crash .resistance has set in," which The President replied: "It is :::11I.. =:-=--- : 12m. _m___-- ::
: Ueevca.
LAKELANDPOLK: ReMn of Mont

-'i-
CrUto. PALACEDaaftrous: Money; Hoc." swing t--- Charter I CHICAGO TAP Capt. Donald Jor depression." S x x. It is important that therebe wa.sarsoToNtAPwestbe' Buru.
receipts
Wprk.turBo. LA KB; DerU to P7, Orates a tinuedfight"Friday at and all auctions. con- ry upward with the ends of th, I Aldrich of Chicago daring Marine Kolodny asked fellow whole- : a. continuing recognition of rn ending 5 at..JII temper.turo.: tow tho 24 hours
t Florida and air ace who shot down 21 Jap salers and business t t'men" I Stati.. HI U ata6sss HI UAIhnill.
-- --- -- --- Meanwhile the canned deal Texas packs approach S as "citizens the price problem in all segments
::1 t Service : z: i planes in Pacific warfare, was to take I| $5.u W1.D 57 71LUaOLO
three
cA' steps:
show .renewed signs of life. with i ing that several canners are withdrawn of our economy. II 4. Kobile 10 51Atlas.
1947 JDttj 1947 Citrus Concentrates: at Dunedin i[ until they -fin orders already ," 1'' killed yesterday when his Navy S See what they can do to make i! The U. S. Chamber .f Commerce Cut 11 4.tl New Montgomery Orleans T2 112 53 60Boston
overturned 11
BtnLDlh.1B
I paying.60 in for oranges. ) booked. I COrsair fighter plane sure "we are not adding one cent \, meantime, released a report 41 40 New York !SC 44BuIl&lo
*. &-* "** VU ?70. frt At I The 'anners' Market Report "Some are convinced that con .- i at a small south side airport. more than can be justified under '' of Its economic policy' eom- U .51 Norfolk '70 53

4 5 6 7 8 9 10 j publish* by the American Institute -i I sumption will be well maintainec i present conditions for distribution j i> mittee indirectly ertticizinr the Ch.U.1& 60 U 4J I PblladfbbIa PboeWI 111 54 40cuicago 54Clnclnnat&
of IFood Distributors, Inc.. at recent levels until distributors. Oil Well Blast Injures 1 11 1 costs or profit"Urge J President's campaign for lower : .1 U ptUabarrb U U

S 11121314151617 I soundecsi cheerful note In a story stocks still offered without reflecting Ww.-ltOll35; Wloit. EVERETT, Wash. (UP] Eight ) firms from which they I prices as likely to lead to & recession I Detro"Cleveland 54 13 .u U Jt.IchmoDd ponlaDIUL U'r3 40I 50J&ekonytll.

headed (strengthening of citrus fun advances. are ac< I I oil drillers were injured, one buy "to re-examine cost and and contending business I U :: St. Louis 73 :

18 19 20 21 22 23 24 Juice .mm' The sty said "grapefruit costsso to sell the remainder of this sea : charge exploded on the sur- that only by continuing full And the National Association of II'45 S".DD& .7) II

25 26 27 28 29 331 mucrff more than before the i{Son's supply at higher prices U 7f'f4rq4: !:ZY i I face of a new oil well in the Lake production can they exist even Home Builders upheld its numbers Lilt:.AlIsdN Rack 80 94 54 a3 8c.ttle Tampa liS U fie 431os
: freeze. afd prices paid growerstor"1 'consumers and leaving small Inventories I '. Stickney area six miles south of at present prices. against criticism for high 'buildIng X-laYUl. n t1 'Ylc1tabun 15 45
C > are moving so definite next FaQ." I I here.. Call through their salesmen for j costs. Memphis 76 12 WllhlJUtO 66 11r

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ForTaxCuts Warned To Shut by Walkout

I WINSTOll-SALEM, N C UPI
awo R i1Z\Qryix' : y:. NN dO 4 S Drive ExtendedContinued
} x'7: I Strikebound I j plants of the huge
. ? Foreign Relief Take It Easy !' R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. were

Deal Probed :- 4i%'i. ; <.,. ;h1: '.$a1 Mtik' ,.'w?: c' r WASHINGTON lAP] Foreign [ from Face 1] NEW YORK [UP] If you'rea (: idle yesterday for the first tim'
: I
''+a.; ?a- ? c.. relief and tax reductions moved to "go-getter" who never knows since several thousand union
y of the ,of the workers who participated in :
y" Congressional"must"
the top I
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4 4W. 9y: ': fixR: > .h'pi i! when to relax you may be cutting workers walked out Thursday
> list yesterday as Senate I the previous campaign, he said.
WASHINGTON (UP] Jeremiah Republican leaders agreed on a "We raised a total of 1550.- 10 to 15 :years off your life, a | but company spokesmen said they
H. Sullivan.. vice-president of the program that includes adjourn- 000 but only $250,000 of it is In I Harvard professor warned yester j would be reopened tomorrow.
George A. Fuller Construction Co. ment July 31. cash and this b not enough to }I I Leaders of the United Food.
of New York said yesterday he The Senate Republican Policy start Immediate construction day. Tobacco and Agricultural Workers -
: thought his organization had done Committee has approved the passage work Hall ataled. "The ba1.I "Go-getters" are as Jumpy inside I Union [CIC)] claimed the com
'- "a wonderful job" in selling about of 17 major measures Including ance of the money." he declared, I as cement mixers, accordingto : '. pany's operations had been reduced -
, *100 million worth of surplus a dozen appropriation bills. "Is in pledges that are payable Dr. Carle Clark Zimmerman, 80 per cent by the walk-
property in Utah. I "First we must complete the over a period of three years andit I out. The union said: 8,000 em-
Sullivan testifed before the special gkk : labor bin during the coming is necessary under these circumstances an authority on modern sociologyand I ployes were out.

House committee Investigating week," said Chm. Taft [R-OJ. that we raise a ma- psychology. He said they Invite | Peaceful picketing continued
surplus property disposal seeking jor portion of the needed bal heart disease stomach ulcers I With strikers, most of them
to find out why the War Assets ?, Then Senators will turn to the | ance In cash to Insure start of shock and other ailments. I Negroes still clustering around
Administration persuaded 1350 million relief bill which: construction." ', the gates and singing Ipirltuala.rlIEAR .
eat back to $200 million by The go-getting idea of excessive
Congress to give It funds to hiret t % a qF WM f
33,000 salesmen but turned part the House. He assured those who 0 had already drive and ambition needs revising

;\. of the sales work over to Fuller. Next on the tentative Senate given there "is no question Zimmerman said in the May issue -
: : the new,wing will be built but it is I KNOWYOUR
WAA officials described the program are: of the Journal of
i a matter of vital importance that Living. He
of extension of I
fuller contract as experimental. % rs Consideration
j r 1 added:
construction be started as soon as
i x June
; rent controls which expire
The Fuller Company received possible. "The individual who Is constantly CHILD I
. a gross fee of $300.000 for carrying 'w 30.The Bulwinkle Bill which would:: Harry P.. Leu. general chairmanof fired by ambition of the

out the contract between allow railroads and other carriers the earlier campaign, said: type which: commands his every ,
July, 1946, and March: 15 of this to fix rates approved by the "I am going to continue helpingin I thinking hour is causing tension p BETTERDR.
:year. state Commerce Commission Inter-I the drive and am asking every to climb the list speedilyas
who did such
worker 'splendidjob
Alfred P. Krause Jr. chief of out being subject to a a cause of death.
I to continue their efforts until'
Controls Administration branch of laws.A I I w. are over the top." The remedy for "this suicidal
told the committee that bill io establish National |
WAA. a
I I ISelentlfie ..,.. form of l1vinr.Zimmerman said
Fuller realized 21 cents for the I Foundation which : is to establish system and orderin ERNEST OSBORNENOTED
Government on every dollar's would take over work done by Reclamation Funds
daily affairs.
worth original cost of material i the wartime office of Scientific 'j CHILD '
sold during the nine months.A Research and Development. Sought by WherryWASHINGTON The buildings of the University PSYCHOLOCISTPRESENTED
A Presidential succession bin' [API Sen.
of Virginia were built according tot
baby was born in a hospital I which would designate that the I Wherry IR.-Neb.l said last nighthe I Jefferson. BY
a plan prepared by Thomas -
In continental United States on Office of President go in turn to ,I has asked President Truman I.I .
the average of every 15 seconds the Vice-President. Speaker of the : when he intends to "unfreeze"1 I t CHILDCRAFTIWDBO
A postal service for the 13 American !
during 1948. Ir House, President pro tempore of' authorization for spending moneyon colonies was established by
the Senate and then members of. reclamation and other public
I the Continental Congress in 1775.
: I t the Cabinet in the event these officials I'works. 1
"" An expert operator cancel
I OJ...,. I die successively.Taft can
I Wherry, chairman of the Appropriations -
ATHOT' the about letters
(8'RINGWORM I:: CLEAN UP RIOT DAMAGE: A prisoner is white and Negro prisoners. At the right is said ratification of the I Subcommittee which I f an hour stamps by on using a modem 7.000 electric 10:15: A.M.

..i OTHER! KNN.ee..w.efww.ww.e.e' j ., shown cleaning up water damage outside Cal Gaeme Parks, commandant of the bar- Italian and other peace treaties,I:, will begin hearings tomorrow on I,I cancelling machine
IMITATIONS"Wiiat the 12 '
action appropriation .
and on the Interior Department Appropriation ,
Wing 7 of the Disciplinary Barracks at Fort racks, as he directs the cleanup work AP L -
." At5Oc.$1! .:: --=:: "bills would be squeezed into the bill said the President's answer I
Leavenworth, Kan., following a riot betweenat Wirephoto] [See story on Page One.]. schedule. will have an Important bearing I i
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I: ; Peril of Monopoly i ANNOUNCING !
Democrats Laud Truman Ramadier Aids 1945 the U. S. Post Office
Power Stressed handled 14.277,000 "dead" letters I
.. which could not be delivered because -
S. WASHINGTON [AP] W e n- of improper addresses. FREE DELIVERY

Assail GOP dell Berge retiring as head of i
Ii I isPrayer :. 'Bungling' Shape StrategyPARIS the Justice Department AntiTrust I I -
WHENWILL
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Division, said last night the I ; EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY
2
[By Associated Press] elimination of monopoly power is I YOU BE SUED?
: l this llcaIilg : CAP] Party leaders the best way to Increase produc- I
ahead to the 1948 election I *
i Democratic orators, looking maneuvered cautiously ;yesterday tion of 'goods and prevent "a depression Courteous Service At All Times
I praised Pres. Truman last night as a "great President"i brought on by high See us forComprehensive
shaping strategy on the eve of a
i : ? i and and tore into the Republicans with charges of bungling i confidence vote in the National prices and restricted output"Berge Personal Finest Quality Western Meats
: testimonial
was given a
1 and promisebreaking.Sen. Assembly which may bring the dinner by friends. Liability *

= The practical results of .: Myers [D-Pa] at Detroit, Sen. Kilgore [DAV Va] ;, unprecedented experiment in William C. MacMillen Jr.. president $10,000 for $10.00 Finest of Fresh Produce
a Omaha and Gael : executive
Sullivan -
of the Federation for Railway -
Christian Science have impressed : director the Democratic postwar France of a premier attempting $50,000 for $13.50 '
i Progress said that unless
nit numbers of i National. C o m- GOP Moves To to govern without Communists something is done to eliminate S1M.OM for 'J'AI \ THE SUPER MARKETESSENWINTER I
mlttee. at Boston, in his cabinet monopolistic railroad practices,
. people, ,including many : poured It on with r j.. While Socialist Premier Rama- the Industry will face Government Hall Bros. Agency PARK PHONE 383You
S natural scientists, clergymen : as much vigor as dier remained firm in his decisionto ownership whenever a depressionoccurs. 112 N. GrantTeL 5189
though the Presidential f. stake the fate of his three- ., '
aim ; election JuggleAidBiIIWASHINGTON months-old coalition cabinet ona

T Christian Science textbook, were next month vote of confidence over the labor -
i Instead of next question when the Assembly

.t SCIENCE and HEALTH year.The [AP meets today the popular Republican .' .. .
i : with Key to the Scripture ; speeches group of House Republicans plan- movement [MRP, one of
part of the the three largest parties announced -
were
Baler ning a last" ditch fight against the
t, : by Mary Eddy i continuing "Jef- administration's $tOO million it would support him on

'.. fully the ferson Day" Greek-Turkish aid program con- I the issue.
; explain prayer
1 series of meetings centrated their strategy yesterday
The smaller Radie I.Soclalbta
:i : the manner of thinking, : designed to raise upon a move to shift the problem of Edouard Herriot.were reported -
; i which these funds and arouse M1enfervor to the UN.
produces re e to have taken a similar
i : sultj-he li the sick sup for night's candidates.Last speakers went about I'i A delegation from the larger : decision. 0at'bm rtowr1
I' of opponents, meanwhile '
: :; ph'ei the needy,binds"up it as follows- t |: group called upon Speaker Martin ;. Backed by the MRP of foreign
Myers predicted that "if Pres. : Minister Bidault, the RadicalSclalisb a
'; : the brokenhearted re* fR-Massl) to serve notice any attempt I I
and his Socialists,
to run" for reelection .own
Truman agrees to make A party issue of I
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,a least mea 'and women, 1t and Michl- Ramadier seemed certain of receiving
Pennsylvania the bill would be resented and re-
il
: i iy his desired confidence
whatever i Democrat
theirpresent position gan will go sisted. I $
t Into useful t ti "He Is a good found, plain-f vote.
greater -
Martin was reported to have f '
spearing patriotic American x: i x:
nets,security,and satisfac i it doing beautifully Myers continued replied no sueh attempt will be f.4
t te made and that no Republiean't'onferenre 1
Russia
ti adding: : Envoy
tion.The 'The mission of the Republican Is planned on the Issue -
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book. U
enabling Party, now that it is in control of because the bill is "biparti- d
'i people la all walks of life i it Congress, is to sow such chaos and I ,san."

toprovcJesw'words, 1 r confusion into our national j II The decision to call upon Mar- i Returns Home
: economy as to invite a thorough- tin resulted from the opinion he
and ye shall receive, that i ii I expressed yesterday to newsmen

your joy may be full." i 1-COMPLETE PRIVACY that the bill will pass the House WASHINGTON [AP) Lt. Gen, aj

:: A book for everyone to i by a "substantIal" margin. Some Walter Bedell Smith, U. S. Am- F
IN LOVELY BACKYARD! i i Interpreted this as a move to bassador to Russia arrived b,
understand
4 cue 1i bring behind the bill votes now :I
plane yesterday from Moscow for
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In various tditions l I "on the fence." : I
Strip dews U the bars iterUU a 10-day stay here.
'' I far your dally ...'atlt *r romp,with .Questioned about criticism oi. .
1.:.: CHRISTIAN SCIENCE the ehildrea wader tt. lar'.. hose: going dislocation and once that ;; the State Department's voice ol
!: READING ROOM i I TM hedge M til aides makes Ute happens, then the Republicanswould America shortwave broadcasts to; I
': 1 yard ymr 0.. littl Und... lortnUrUlmlaj. scream 'look what Truman I RussIa Smith said "it would b<
O'NEAL ARCADE ; Outdoor fireplace, did1." too bad" if they were stopped.He .
i 120 North Orange Are. I screened ptftte fruit trees sad count Kilgore on Pre!. Truman: added it is too early to say
e Orlando a Un shrubs complete the picture.AH how effective these broadcastsare :
"Our President Is ably
t I great
in the Soviet Union, but
I ibis with pre-war quality carrying out his pledge 'to do in
AH Christian Science ktad- 1M" that those who hear them there
1 hero IB excellent elr.fcfcorhood all eases from day to day x z T: "
(rag Room arc open t. the / "seem to like them pretty well. .
what to to be for the Maw.M..nIra "w .e.su b.wrz.//d..rlrrr."tYW.
i public for the study of the ; seems me ** Smith said he planned to spend
welfare .
1 Bible, the works if Mary 1I JUST REDUCED TO tll.SM.M of all of our people. most of his time while here talking
Baker tddy. and other Ckri Kilgore on Republicans: with the War Department historian

1 tiara Science literature, without t TRADE RIGHT WITH "Day by day their Juggling act to help him with facts re pot It on the highway every time i BuicV- The simple fact I. that you're buying in the future

charge: and for the pure grows more ridiculous. x x x In lacing to the European campaignsSpecial along: when you buy any good car today. ,
I thaw of these publication 1 an effort to win votes, they I

......................,... I T. K. HASTINGS I promised a great many things motion picture camera the Why not settle on the one that most obviously foretells .
Here meet future face-to-face.
they cannot deliver. The Republicans have been made in which the filnr you
THE BUYER'S BROKER what the future will be that has the most inHere -i. .
fooled a great many people runs at 70 miles an hour to record

.--- .- ----- I .z Vi K. reBtral f irr...] Tel 4Z17 I last Fall, but" they aren't fooling action so fast it cannot be otnenr-, you ttt the clean,rick, uncluttered design thaimarts it of what is to come?

them Sullivan today.on Mr. Truman: I ied directly. the swing away from what was to what is Buick dealers showrooms are kept pretty bare of

"Pres. Truman z :x :z is leading faint to be. display models by the eagerness of Buick buyers to

us forward toward the gjal of "take over" the first minute they can.
world peace. He is the great SERVICE "
H".e"t""w" and/f ram.Jenderliei,tkafs called
peacemaker the lasting peace- /
them with
But you'll be greeted in every one of f
maker of our time. Refrigeration and RAdle for by. streamlined ate here's the solid, steady
and sincere interest in Buicket
getting
Sullivan on Republicans: courtesy your
Service Per-
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roadability the broad beam that
look that spells -
"We cannot afford to take the sonnel to serve you! the first minute possible.
Mr. Friendly/ comes chance of letting the GOP I means room*the massive bonnet that tells of Fireball < ,
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f. As" -" 'GIs able demonstration" by marching Orlando, Florida, May 4, 1947 gfc f gntflaq gfttltttfl-gtaf( I
; 45 Escape Injury Strikes Cripple Marching In a Communist May Day paradeIn Fagc 3
I New York. .
Airliner Ground/oops/ I
t. Under ReCited Flag As chairman of the House Committee fered photographs to identify''
RECORDS
BOSTON (UP] Forty-five persons on Un-American Activities them. I DELUXE DRY CLEANINGTry
including 35 1 passengers and 1 by SolonWASHINGTON he called upon Secretary of War I Committee agents reported some I, CLASSICAL-HILLBILLY Our BLRLOU: Moth Proofing Guaranteed Alterations
tlO crew members escaped Irjury i Italy Commerce Patterson for the court martial of 1.500 men in G I uniforms march. POPULAR and Rf'palrs-Water Proofing Expert; Spotting and
yesterday when an American Airlines i rAP Rep. regular Army officers and the ouster .ed under the same banner. Quality Finishing
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the flagship Denmark. inbound ROME rAP] Italy's organized night a number of Army officers 'who paraded "under the bannerof | There are 2,268 carats in a. I
London groundlooped and tied part of thenation's the Communist :20 W Church St. Ph 4852 : 39 W. Colonial Dr.-Ph. 7551" I 1630 N. Oranje-Ph. 5531
from I labor up a great and men took part In a "treason Party, and of- pound. !
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side while landingat and i
tipped on Ita I commerce industry ---- -
International Airport. I in strikes called by the .
Logan yesterday ---- -- --
Capt. Comeron T. Robinson. 38. i Leftist General Confederation of
'
of Commerce. Tex. said the accident Labor to show workers' anger over
was caused when the right : the May Day massacre of eight
f} landing! gear retracted. I Sicilian farmers and 'A'orkers.I I
A mass demonstration at the
50,000 tfeGouf/e/ I historic Basilica of Mazentius here ; Tvu&touucDCJ \ .r
was featured by repeated assertions SEARS '
Pictures DisappearPARIS I of four speakers that there
IUP1 Carting away of I must be an end to "spilling the .
60.000 pictures of Gen. deGaulle workers' blood -
from the Ministry of Information I, Banners the crowd carried :
mystified Paris yesterday. showed heads rolling before such )
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So deep and dark was the mystery tools of labor as buzzsaws.The gj
J that could whetherthe heads presumably ; Wffu
r. none say I were .. '
picture takers were deGaulle I I I those of Sicilian land owners s. rv
followers who wanted to publicize and monarchists charted byt .:; :} .
hero his who Assembly
their or opponents Leftist Constituent N Ns
wanted to take his likeness out of I speakers with being responsiblefor ;
circulation I the massacre allegedly carried -
-- out by the black hand. ;i
A half-day1 strike of Government ;6.. ;:: 'L kt/J..

employes and another mass .
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ly DREW PEARSON __ .. .. .. _.. u U _.u .._ .. L_' Trim Wages To Reduce Prices t-
second-clas matter at the Post Office at WASHINGTON Republican leaders in the .I a statue in a urecian city mat attracts A little fellow in Class 'jras astec uy me icacner.I

3orlanckl. under the Act of March 3d. 18TO. House have done a better job than anyone ever a lot of attention because it symbolizes the natureof "Sonny define space." "Well ma'am, it's like Editor Sunday Sentinel Star:

-AH Departments flat of Republicans in line on major this. I've got it in my head but I can't quite tell
keeping
It has human
Yr. expected man so accurately. a face, the This so-called drop in -prices
Frtw Sunday Only H JO Per resentment 11 spreading. you just what it is." But these pilots who take us I
l.A votes. Today however body of a lion ancf wings on its shoulders like a of the gives me a big laugh! What if we
MARTIN AMMKSIN PUILISNIR HINIY ktcui,blTOUAL DalCToa Congressmen representing large labor districts feel from: here to there with the speed wind You17
An. '. with the speed of light, can tell us that do shave a few pennies here and
JeSIPII CAWnI0M'GIN. ""L MAncn.T. LAWUNCI they have been put on the apot by the Hartley bird.Man Almost I
: C. W.. UMITT. But Mu. Komr F. WAITO. CUM MIL Labor Bill. Westerners hear ,from back home that does possess qualities which differentiatehim space is nothir I there, next week they'll be right

ANNUM MAa.ma Ea. Noiiitr CoMSONlCI Sic. Ttus. In some districts a Republican couldn't be elected' from the other creatures of the earth but Recently I came from Daytona Beach: to Orlando I' back and no one will be hurt. The

4LoU" H IIILTOM. Cii. Mu. I. T. MILLs Trro. SUPT.'ncJ. dog catcher-since the GOP slash of.Interior Department the leonine body of the statue is suggestive of the by plane in 18 minutes. That sounds breath.
UM-ON.! Crrr elL Mu. Ciuun MIKIH, Puss SUPT. funds was voted last: I i animal nature that obtains in the life of a human. taking! but one of those jet planes came down I prices is to start cutting

making him double first cousin to the animal king- from Jacksonville to the City Beautiful in 12 1
t1t14 Press wages first and there's no we
JIe.me Member Associated of Th Press Associated is exclusively cii.OtWtft1ed week.Despite this undercover resent- I dom. You have visited the "human menagerie" minutes. Man not only has something in him that' kidding ourselves that any other
for re.publtcaUOft of all likes to fly but that something likes to fly fast.
DeWS to diJpatehes the use accredited to it or not ment not many Congressmen areas : where you saw catty women men standing on plan will work. I lived a lot better '_ _
All otherwise accredited in this paper and outspoken as blunt Rep. Shafer I street corners whistling like wolves, people 'who And you run into life's romances and sorrowsas I and saved money when the pay
e
c1l5a ; the local news published herein.AU [[R-Michl. Seated at a House were sly as foxes slick as eels, selfish as hogs. and you fly around. The other night I was taking :scale was two dollars a day. This,

dispatches rights lot herein re-publication are also reaerve of special. restaurant table traditionally occupied others who looked like monkeys, were as .stubborn flight to Atlanta from the Orlando airport. The'';idea of big wages and cheap living minds and labor decides to go

-1 : by Republican members as mules and as lowdown as snakes. The analogyis men were loading a beautiful collie dog. It be- !:never shared the same bed.: living to the boss and demand a cut Instead -
JPAQE MAY 4, 1847I Shafer Speaker 1 endless. longed to a man whose wife had just taken the I 'costs are based on what labor demands of a raise then we can push
other day were
the Joe Martin [Mass.). gentle ._____ All of us hue Inner menageries in which our eternal flight. He was sending the beautiful crea- to produce the articles we this thing back to where it be
J buy plus a half dozen middle men [longs. Well never do it by this
TODAY'S THOUGHTS Judiciary Committee Chm. Earl animal instincts are housed and it isn't difficult ture back to the Northwest. The dog had been a
y' who must share in the profits. I cockeyed "Newburyport Plan"BG.C.
in mine* hands also several, to scratch beneath the surface and find veritable favorite with the wife. The man embraced the I
Not for any injustice ? my Michener Mich.], plus 4 a When we set this settled in our .
P1 la Job 18:17. others. Someone congratulated ci; .:t.:} J Noah's ark full .f animals in the lives of animal, implanted a genuine masculine kiss of protective I ------ ---
(prayer pure*- affection on its head put it in the f
kUchener on the excellent Job he '. t \ 1 ;1 people. cage,
*
backed off and stood at attention for I' CRACKER POLITICSOpportunities
P lad done in presiding over the Pearson But I hasten to say that there is something in a moment
Prayer b the spirit peaklng truth to Truth. House during the debate on the Interior Department man that craves to fly It was Inevitable that the and then turned and walked into the night. I don't

3. Wright Brothers should tie know who the man was, but that story will always
,Philip Bailtp. Bill the day before. I wings on men so they Pass Lawmakers
"That was a tough bill" observed Martin. could fly and become the "blue yonder" boys. The stick in my mind:

like to call Earl because I Grecian statue is not far from the truth *
"With a bill like that, we on in depicting
I You Can't Order Women Around we know well always' get a good and a this creature as possessing something within While I was putting that away in my memory With Gubernatorial Ambitions
that dreams of book, I looked across the aisle of the plane into
about. intimate
PERON'S WIFE is a strong- fair job no one can complain fellowship with the sky-
DICTATOR "He was all off or some of those counts." growl : land and desires to kiss the clouds in J>passing and the eyes of a 17-months-old boy. He couldn't talk : ly ALLEN MORRIS

fem1e.t ed Shafer. The presiding officer counts the mem: I I to reach up with'finger tips to touch.the face of but his'mother could' and she said "We're flying TALLAHASSEE-This listless Legislature has beenof

The Argentine's No. 1 lady is taking a hers on rising votes.] "Some of his totals were I the infinite God. That passion to fly became the out to Texas to meet his daddy whom we haven't, little if help to those its members who .maybe
seen for over a year. He's flying in from Guam to any among
I impetus that urged Orville
r the advice of her husband his way off. Wright onward and
trip against thinking of running for Governor next Spring.
spend three days and we are going to be there
Veteran Rep. Jenkins 0.1 tried to smooth upward until now the skies are filled with man-
I political advisers and her friends. Even things over by remarking that he had counted when he lands." I I The reverse of that conclusion must be this: those

U. S. Ambassador George Messersmith along with Michener "a couple of times" and had Well. sir, the little tyke got to laughing and potential candidates- outside .the Legislature have been .a.j
I --- -- ------ --
spread happiness up and down the plane, and in
identical 'with those aided because no lawmaker
totals practically
to somewhere else or reached
told the
has lady
go
the hour of the when
early morning plane
our was thusj' said they
reached by Michener. far has flashed in the political They quite frankly
stay home. "Well I didn't like the whole performance" coming into Atlanta. I looked up from The Miracle : like a new comet. I 'would vote for adoption of the

But the lady is adamant. Shafer continued, as Michener concentrated on his of the Bells that I was reading into the face of Chief among the outsiders are resolution and one suggested he

food. "This was the second time Michener was that little boy. his head propped on the arm of the j Dan T. McCarty of Ft. Pierce, felt the Governor had blunderedin
Political significance, embarrassmentor too often when :- \ chair his mother sound asleep. I winked at him.I citrus grower and 1941 Speaker of permitting the employment of
called in to preside and that's once
to visit Dicta- He smiled and winked back if to "Don't''! the House of Representatives; his law partners.
not, she's going to Spain there are plenty of other people to do the job. "' ..,, ., as say. however astonished
,
S you wish you were flying to meet your daddy : Puller Warren. Jacksonville attorney Caldwel.
tor Franco. You'd think the leadership didn't have anyone by be would
and former Representative, saying
And I laid "Son my dad lives in the sky- Isn't that just like a woman? else." "V land these 30 years, and I can't quite get through I and J. Tom Watson of Tampa. welcome the .inquiry. He told of
the subject. Rep. Gearhart having tried vainly to get otherattorneys
Trying to change Attorney General and also once a
'
Cal.l] started to talk about the Central Valley ': to him yet, but I have something in me that j Representative.The around the State to .accept -

Hats Off to Bob Pleus Project in California-but Shafer was not willing r' ;. loves to fly, and something else within me that lawmakers soon must grapple these commom. but found
to lose his audience. Addressing himself directly to ( tells me that one day III take flight for' the with the ticklish problem- all too lush

THE UNTIRING AND unselfish work of Michener he said: eternal airport and I expect to see my' dad then." ticklish because there was so much field of private law.

an Orlandoan contributed to "The best thing you can do for the party. : It's a great thing to know the Pilot. It's helpfulto talk of unneeded millions in the | He had, for example, offered the
know people who are in touch with the higher State treasury before the session.of part-time place of attorney at
the growth and progress of Our Town.It Earl is the next time they call on you to preside powers. Last month I was desperately trying to get raising the dollars to pay for j 26,000 a year for trustees of.. the
tell 'em you're not available. made birds and recently we :were made conscious schools and other new and a4IdI- Internal Improvement Fund to
takes brains sweat and time to accomplish back home from a distant city to be present for a
"And if dont I for one am liable to take Lawrence A. Truett of Tallahassee. -
you again of the rapidity with which man can fly when. funeral. A friend who knew the leading officials tional public services, and that*
the spadework. necessary to builda the floor and make a speech objecting to your a flying enthusiast flew around the world in considerably of a great airline tried method may produce a campaign Issue-: Hugh Taylor of Quincy and
taking the chair. You'd think we had no one else company every pos the sales tax, for example. Dcwey A. Dye of Bradenton before
real community. less time than 90 hours. Amen! It's
sible to get me back and finally worked it out. But Julius F. Parker of Tallahasseewas

Latest addition to the long list of fine citizens to do Quietly the Martin job. pushed back his chair and left. amazing. alas my plane was late coming into a port whereI It has been a session turning the persuaded to accept.
around
almost completely
was to make connections with the other Caldwell added his' partners
who have given of their brains, As he walked away he could hear Shafer:""Now. Three colored boys were discussing.the greatest that was to bring me home. I was sunk. We plane were program of the Citizens Committee were good lawyers: he bad confidence -

money, labor and time to Orlando and don't, think I'm kidding Earl. I mean that. inventions of modern times. One.of them insisted five minutes late. on Education, and those In them, and s far a

Robert J. Bob Pleus that the radio is qualified for first place becauseit As soon the landed. the door who sought to make political reprisal went he bad no political -
is as plane opened
Orange County [ ] At a private dinner the other night Ohio's capital of opposition to this-or ambitions t*
will take the voice around the world ham
Instantly. and a stuck his head in -
man "Do conscientious
asking havea
you to honest
even express
the lawyer. Sen. Bricker tuned up the golden voice that won The Senators left with the feeling -
The second said the
airplane rated first becauseit man in here who Is bound for Orlando?" "Amen" questions about its details -
that Caldwell need not fear theinqui
Pleus, who had a fine war record, has him the 1944 Vice-Presidential nomination. It was enabled man to fly around the earth like birds. said the pretty little stewardess. -soon discovered them and apparently this be-

put hours and hours of his time into drawing i one of those riproaring. mother-home-and-heaven The third said "The thermos Jug is the greatest. "Well tell him to hurry we have been holdIng selves out of step with the people shared by the unfriendlysolon.i
speeches for which Bricker is famous and, althoughhis wa
Invention of all time. It keeps hot coffee hot and back home.
the plane for him five minutes. I breatheda for, after four weeks of
bills for the proposed Orange County Congressional colleagues got fed up. Ohio "
up ice water cold. sigh of relief, and then breathed a little prayerof The unanimous vote given the I the session no resolution had
consolidation plan. After years in the Chamber of Commerce delegates who staged the The others opened their eyes in amazementand gratitude for all of the powers that had cooperated school bill in the Rouse of Repre- materialz.

Navy he could ill afford this community dinner ate it up. agreed that such a thing was wonderful but to help me on my homeward flight. sentatives made it appear, too, Pak fome president of the
Much more entertaining was the off-lhe-record one of the boys asked "Tell me, boy bow do dat As we got the signal from the tower and took those who worried about the measure State Bar Assn. and the Ovrrnor1

contribution. speech of Rep. Vorys R-Ohiol], who told the boys,: thing know when to which?" off into the early morning sky. I thought of the simply had misjudged the sit- main partner*before Wa

Orlando and the county owe him a big about the Near Eastern trip from which he and Now to tell you the truth, I don't know when marvel and romance of aviation and thanked God uation and were therefore not I inaugurated hd been a specialistin
several other Congressmen had, just ,returned. to which about entitled to recognition for their efforts State matte'before aW
aviation and airplanes but I have
for something in man that won't let him
vote of thanks. "Well sir," began Vorys "we went to Palestine stay on to beat down trouble. cepting the attorneyship,
something In me that loves to fly. I never cease the ground and then remembered the word of Floor fell so flat that no and he has claimed this cost him'
for and settled the problems there. Then we
a day to thrill over the romance of the air. I readily Isaiah, "They shall mount up with wings as'' one had debae opportunity to cap- i around $65,000 }In declined fees.
Another Crucial Citrus Meeting went to Greece and settled the problems there, understand how the "sky-boys" fall in love with eagles." I likewise remembered that this is National ture headlines by standing as an John T. Wlgginton, who shared

BEST MINDS in the citrus industry and we went to a few other places and settled the illusive lady of the skies who draws them off Music Week. May 4 through the 11th, and thanked ,' oratorical champion of the teach the Caldwell practice at Wilton

THE things."I of the earth and beckons them on to the areas God for that something in the human breast that ers. 1 before he came here as executive
admitted .for years that the keyto think we settled things a little better than where the clouds: are sun-kissed and sprinkled with makes us love music and want to And !' *. I I secret for a while served also
sing.
continuous prosperity for Florida's big- Gen. Marshall," he told the crowd which had just; star dust. This mode of transportation has Just member at the end of an anthem you sayAMEN re- There has been an interesting I a for the Stat Board

gest money .crop is quality, maturity and finished listening to Marshall's radio report on about made our earth into a pin ball. Space Is development in Senate opposition : of Administration on basis.
which He abandoned the secretaryshiplast
the Moscow Conference. to Gov. field
sound merchandising. practically eliminated What I is space anyhow? I IPionounced with two dots over the Ala Caldwella I December but took:
Vorys also took the occasion to kid hb Senate I some serve a a on a special -

L Tomorrow in Lakeland the industry colleagues-comethlng unheard of on the House foundation for a Gubernatorial i I assignment .condemnationand

mbably will take steps to do a better floor WASHINGTON TREADMILL I cmpaig and ;, State building Industrial attorney Commission.for the
of harassment poi i
jchandising job and to spend more "You folks from Ohio ought to know that the I II litlcal reprisal had been threatenedthe :' Critics claimed the industrial
doing it. 'Senate is a lazy bunch of men who sit by and commission two regular attorneys -
the EH Governor during the ha
from 3 for discussion is a plan to increase let the House do the work here in Washington" Pressure for Pepper Measure : before the session and in month, : T. Coleman and

bo* tax on oranges and grapefruit he opined. I weeks here, but something hap- Raymond Barnes, plus another
Tied < "Why. they spent three weeks on the Illienlhal p pened put; on the brakes. lawyer in the director of the work

portion ;p 4 cents for advertising purposes. debate alone. This afternoon they passed the day- Ir FRANK A. KENNEDY $125 million are credited to FlorIda was in line with. newly-developed I Senator t had talked, for exam-J man's compensation dyon

of advert? this *s the insistence of a good light saving time bill for the District of Columbia WASHINGTON Sen. Pepper's rivers, harbors, and canals. i of the Air Training pie. of focusing public attention *I,Walter Rountree, and

fore a big** e industry that the expenditure quickly so they could get out early and play golf. minimum wage bill which would programs upon State employment of former'law the State Improvement Commis-
blanket four Command.He of GOT. Caldwell sion, responsible directly for erection -'
million additional In the of partners
mater Mediterranean
funds be switched. Hereto-
S "On this European trip I just returned from,
sion's funcr workers under the four of these I of the building had a staff
wage-hour law enjoying
competition with the Florida' said that he not atlibert1'
was attrey- '
rti of the Citrus Commis- the Senators got the soft beds while we' House
and SundaTx> n and would boost the minimum sponge Industry centered at Tar- ships for various agenies, .,attorney Ben A. Meginniss, an-
The news have been spent in magazine members got the bunks; the Senators talked whilewe wage from 40 cents to 75 centsan pon Springs. Pepper and Sen. | to discuss the ;4avy'splans i three at liberty to practice private :, other' Caldwell associate in 'past

ft supplement color advertising. House members did all the work and the hour. i* developing some unexpected Holland ID-Flal. and Rep. for development of the law too. I years.
available Senators rode in limousines while we House mem- strength. son ID-Fla.l. are wrestling peter-I Barrancas reservation, but that 1 The situation was rounded ..
plan calls for< 50 per cent of the A resolution was being shape
white daily ; tb. of Leo .
bers rode In jeeps or jalopies. All the emphasis this session problem which may not be the project definitely' involved Tallahassee I by employment
cent for rac ds to be spent in black and has been placed on labor reform -even after prices have returned the buttressing of the Pensa- up-reportedly authorize In a Senate Foster, >>partner In the Parker-

only for mPaPe advertising, 40 per Sen Taft R-Ohiol spoke in more serious vein hostility\ to the labor bosses and to normal. | cola: Naval Air Station as the law investigation office-to Into lueh'blr a Wirrinton firm, as attorney for
I :
We advertising' and 10 per cent on GOP legislative plans but concluded with one efforts to outlaw portaltoportalpay Data submited to the House | No. 1 training station for the'Navy's *' ing, the State Highway Patrol and,
agre" i i
I claims. Little or no attention Ways and Means Committee this Air Command. la a number of special assign
that this &zines, etc. of his rare touches of humor: thus far has been fixed I t' i menU for the Industrial com
g on pro- week: by a Tarpon Springs delegation | One of those Interested in its i ,
penditure r? with the crowd whi insists "One solution to this whole economy problemmay : labor legislation. But the time is showed the amazing effect In other well-informed quar- preparation dropped word toa I mission.

methods *tral Plan of advertising ex- be to delay the appropriations bills. I coming-scorning soon I which inflated American' ters, it wad stated authoritatively Senator friendly to Caldwell with I Another straw' in the wind, .

us 68 more sense than the "Let anybody who wants to put in his pet appropriation -! Last year. Pepper's 65 cent bill J markets already have produced. the Barrancas transfer to the the for a rean not grasped by some legislative observers -
Citrus ad bills: well hold them up until the I commanded the full array of Administration Imports of sponges from the' Navy could be interpreted as setting clear SUggeton, Governor b informed ,' was Pres. S. D. Clarke'sreference'

yertising in I in the past. session is just about over, then report them out I support. The big I Mediterranean area have sky- at rest forever the rumors the long-rumored acton I i to the committee on
sell a lot mo'tising tied in with food adIn and adjourn without voting them. That may turnout unions touted it, too. The Pepper rocketed: 896 pounds in 1944, and reports that the Corpus was about to materialize. State institutions ef the Cabinet's
bill was approved by the Senate valued at $22.017 I Christl. Tex. naval air station I the wholecontroversial
\ally newspapers is going to to ; 31,268 pounds. Senator told another, and finally ] invitation to investigate
be the most practical of saving
magazines ; way moneyIn I Education and Labor stood as a threat to Pensaco1a's'position
Committee valued at $273.967 in 1946; and in'I three-pro-Caldwell -went State building pro ,
fruit than institutional ads
Especially* this Congress. virtually in its original form. 1946. 209,945 pounds, valued at as the Navy's No.1 air the Governor t gram.
brand idea gotnd Sunday supplements. Bricker who had the kind of audience be Later, a bloc of Southern Senators 1935615. training station In this reporter's I -- ---------- -
Florida's will this be true if the master rarely gets here spoke longer tban anrone. I led by Russell [GaL loaded Louisiana and Florida COngressional judgment was Sikes' smartest bit'

through. The President of Mexico is here in the Sacred I'' the measure down with so many delegations face a similar of sharp shooting.ever. THESUNDAYSCHOdlLBSON'Dr.
housewives ol8 I ,
emasculating amendments that situation confronting the shrimp
Cow. he aald. "By the way I understand thePresident I
weekly food a *"13 customers are the even Pepper disowned it. It died industry. Mexican shrimp Imports I The Western States are up in ,
would like to change the of that
nation. follow name in the House. the five arms now'-ragtag at ,the Repub-'!
readerthe They during past years have
proven plane. Ill bet hell never agree to the name which I t tI lican economy bloc which virtu- '' Sees Momentous
shown
an even greater relative increase Gilroy
tising, Florida fwtising closely. With a would really be right for it. This year, with the tightly than the Mediterranean ally killed the Irrigation and reclamation .

spending its rM* interest in food adver- "Anyway, the President of Mexico is here: and I organized unions obtaining more sponges. program in the Western

stant and inter as missed a big bet by not well have to watch to see how much of your I I and sympathy more for pay the boosts unskilled a deal and nf |j1> Most members of Congress behold and Mountain States by cutting I Events Arising in Holy La'ndI

bney to attract these con- money he takes back with him. Of course, you unorganized workers Is developing i no relief In higher tariff the Interior Department's 1947-48 ,

IpHE ADVEICd customers. know. we cant get anything for anyone in this on Capitol DilL I| walls.Under the reciprocity trade budget Florida's in half.turn la coming and I I Scripture; I Kings 12:1-5, 12-15, 19, 20
country, but these foreigners keep coming and pacts such tariff walls cannot be GILXOr D. D.
I posaltol' up A good members erected her six Congressmen who will I lr WILLIAM E. ,
many may for Individual Items. Not i
expend SING PLAN and the pro- getting what they need. want to take the curse off their until they are multiplied into feel the economy knife first are.I Revolutions are strange and unpredictable affairs.

tising rease taxation for adver- labor voting record, too. Once the hundreds of different articles of bracing themselves for the shock. History hows that people will suffeJ grave injustices ;and
But the ke Prt' Truman frequently draws upon Ids experience Pepper bill starts rolling along its import will Congress be stirred to Economy cuts voted thus far especially they are under the rule of a
master brand ues are fine. chairman of the old Senate have affected the Peninsular State oppressions, i
as War Investigating legislative path. it will be hard- act. The real danger. as the
posal to tight to the entire setup is the Committee-sometimes to the embarrassment -I perhaps impossible-to stop it. Florida Congressmen view it, is but little. The Appropriation bills strong hand. But when some leader arouses and organizes

If spenMea, for tied to it is a pro- of his own Cabinet advisers. i r the encouragement to foreign which cover the Federal Government's I smoldering discontentment, action may be swift and

we maturity regulations. The other day he was conferring with mem- j The National Rivers and Harbors countries fostered by current high chief activities within the sweeping. 1, -

our product bers of the Council of Economic Advisers. Including Congress meeting here this prices in the U. S. State still are being drafted behind The revolt of 10 tribes of Israel'against ''had he followed sound advice But
to advertise I
more the closed
? money week for its first I doors of the
tests we are postwar con- son and suc- counsel of older -
Vice-Chm. Leon Keyserling. to the The competition could Slomon's ,he turned from the
as best never House
way Appropriations
without tightening vention. has breathed atmosphere Committee.The .
maturityThe an : is While'
horse again. be built in normal times butace cessor. Rehoba tyic. experienced men follow the
of up ,
avoiding a depression. Secretary of the Treasury : of Florida Congressmen t
encouragement into denizens expect -
kingdom
uttlng the cart before the Solomon I who
.
mast the foreign Industry lved advice of young
John competitive the first \ hot-head.
also t big
Snyder was present. of Capitol Hill to whom all howl from together but he
the require, i Keyserling urged that Truman take steps to I the news has been bad news late. has been created and home when the Committee reportsout from the wisdom h depaed advised him to had mas-
bas become going eary j and show the people who was
a
brand would prosperous the :
both coloraf' proposal bring increase the nation's steel Agricultural Appropriations
production he
explaining and the religion
ly.The it years '
will in business hd tr-
oranges.nents} on solids up to 8.7 for that if the United States was to have full em- convention delegates sensed I long concern after the American stay level bill. Then in succession will pressed in his prayer at dedij|'|I! the people came three
the
The r /&d<*et* and non coloraddedtightenect ployment in the future it must have even more I at once that today is not the time haTe dropped-perhaps: perma- come Appropriations War and Navy Department cation of the temple. His 1U-'I I Wen to receive his answer -
for ballyhoo. They discerned, too, bills, the
steel production capacity than during the war. I( that Congress is depressed byi I It nently. War Department Civil Functions i ous palace and his great work I Rehoboam spoke in those tragic f

tion basr* of acids to solids would be The Council of Economic Advisers estimated an politics, economics, and just plain : More members are swinging bill and the appropriations bill''been inns from built the upon and already-I I and memorable words father of an made op
increase of as much as 20 cent in steel for the Independent Offices. pple. fool: "My
all the line informa- per capacity weariness. 'round to Cong. Peterson's solution pre
This// ;along on there were heavy and I will add
j i ,
sig
will be to keep production it accident that strict Im These five appropriation bills contain I
;..d necessary going at the Perhaps was no : : a quota system on also chastised -
jscientific "a I father
on research.be named Jeroboam,
A man to yoke; my
insist virtually all the your
funds which
the War Civil Pune-
present record-breaking levels. Department i ports. It will be long in coming
I win
Xh There the Government mighty man of valor" and servant you with whips but I
those I
9 ( progress. are who Secretary of the Treasury Snyder, however tions bill still was unreported. and < even Peterson concedes. spends in Flor- bad sought with
movellat the solid: requir ments should aald he disagreed with the Council. : afforded no target for the waterways -tc ida. I. to lead of King a revolt Solomon, but, been ,chat you intended srpio! .

Wi more, but any move higher is a "Why." said Snyder. "we have even more pro- I advocates. When the convention Perhaps it's a coincidence. but Nobody knows how deep the unsuccessful and ba been 1 1;I I but it .a&a voice ofdom.

for the better. duction now than we had during the war. There'sno :, date was set. the House the Navy's eager acquisition of ;, cuts will be, but they fear the forced te escape U EgyptNow. e pwe.. people rallied t.Jeroboam. .
calendar
the
Appropriations Committee Barrancas
pro mo" are inclined to think that the entire reason to expand production further. Well I: called for the bill's release a'- reservation Army's closely big Fort followed Rep. I' Labor worst. Both Department the Interior budgets and the as Rehoboam played the !:! and the kingdom W

Le/osal will be voted by the industry to- soon have a surplus of steel production." few days earlier. Sikes' crackdown on the Navy for cut In two. were fool Jeroboam had his opportunity. -|I rent asunder.It end.
the
he1j beginning of
from the
Returning Egypt was
th/w., If so, favorable action by the only"If be me because have: a surplus have of steel production of it will" Later the schedules were re- j I proposing graduate school a $35 at million Monterey.post-CaLA The Congressmen already have j j: successfully led the 10 revolting i iI i The Northern Kingdom went

jjjislature is a certainty, for that body and shot; back we a surplus unemploYed ', aligned perhaps by necessity I I few days after the Barrancas Joined the battle. Three of them I .tribes to the establishment of the I dow in defeat and dispersion
Keyserling. I
2 Governor perhaps to dodge the formidable Peterson. so-called Northern orl I'and the Southern Kingdom
have said that a 1 transfer. Sikes voted in the Committee Rogers and Smath- Kdom.
At -
program this point Mr. Truman stepped in; pressure which the waterways It continued for over 100
ers-jumped into the Interior battle Kingdom of Israel though
by the united on Armed Services. along : .
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,1cked.nd industry would "John you're all wet. You sound just like Congress can generate. with the rest of the committee. to .' and with the help of other : and Benjamin loyal to Rehoboam years later experienced defeat andcaptivity

favorable reception. Arthur Davis did in 1940 when I was head of the I The convention emphasized this : locate the Navy's new war,college Democrats forced the economy remained in the Southern King- I in Babylon.
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this meeting. If the entire pro. Senate Defense Committee. He assured us we had. I hopeful point. When a public i iI at; Monterey. A lot of people have ,, bloc to give ground a bit. 'dome From that captivity there later

CWtch' through we may be sure that plenty of aluminum. Well,we had plenty until we ; works program does come along.waterways been hanged on weaker circumstantial The story is thrilling and In1structive. was a glorious spiritual revival.
is moving toward needed some to build planes. Then we bad none.", projects can lead the evidence than that. TO MEET TUESDAY Wen the people came 'but a united Kingdom of Isae
\ und an era of Snyder glowered said nothing. II way Nearly $2 billion worth of The Crestview Congressmanjust Veterans of Foreign Wars auxiliary to reforms I J Jand !was a'thing of the past. Toy
>> marketing practices which will mean Note-Arthur V. of | flood control works and almost as grins when taxed with this will hold a meeting at 8 pjn. asking that their burdens be Palestine momentous art
Davis president the Alum-
\jppier and better satisfied customers. inum much for navigation projects already train of circumstances. He hinted. Tuesday at the Elks Club in hon- lightened the king requested three happening again. Will the futurt
-, Corp. repeatedly protesftd against any Fed of gold star and consider the matterA see a strong Jewish nation hi tba.
Vs will mean prosperity. stand authorized by Con- however, that the Navy's acquisition or war mothers. days to '
eral efforta to expand alum production.. geese In the latter category, about of the Barrancas reservation Refreshments wd be served. great opportunity 'L h1 I I i Jewish homeland. ?__ _. ._ _
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tlon to the public is absolutelyIndispensable.
For Leningrad Nemesis von Kuechler and a group of other It is now possible to photograph
Eligible high officers who con lucted the I
human vocal cords in action.
said he had worked
Taylor
on German campaigns the eastern
on
BusinessNEW
In Small metropolitan newspapers for 25 Faces U. S. Trial front will be named in an indict-

Demo PrimaryATLANTA years and never had encounteredan ment by U. S. war crimes prosecutors .
example of advertisers Influencing NUERNBERG rAP Field Mar- RADIO SERVICEHOME
this
LOS ANGELES (AP] The nude IUP1 If Herman YORK [AP] A "grass roots" boom in small news publication. shal Wilhelm Ritter von Leeb. The German source conduct said.of the war*, MOTOROLA AUTO

mutilated body of attractive Mrs. Talmadge can convince the businesses throughout the United States by a national real Catledge agreed with Taylor whose Armies smashed Leningradbut it was stated will be the principal Expert
Democratic former war workers and others are buy- adding that "as a matter of fact failed to capture It will be target of the : record changer service work
Montgomery 35, was fathers of the new estate firm. GIs, I prosecution guaranteed Pickup and Deliver
Dorothy tried
as a war criminal
it is much the an AmerI-
so contrary now, I
found yesterday under a pepper Party he is not a bolter-as they ing pint-sized businesses, including small farms, at a rate that an advertiser knows better can source said yesterday. I especially of Russian the Wehrmacht's prisoners and treatment the- Economy Auto Supply Store

tree In.. vacant lot near her have tagged him-he may be allowed exceeding any similar movement in history, says theE. than to even try it." I Von Leeb. Field Marshall Georg civilian population. IM S. Orange AT*. Phone MU

home.Police sajd she had been attacked to enter their 1948 guber- A. Strout Realty Agency. <
I natorial primary. That Is. if Tal- Eighty-five per cent of all buy-
and strangled. j I ers are reported to be'paying from .
She left home to meet her : madge wanted to do that. 50 per cent to all cash for business U. S. Newspaper '

daughter Maycllle 15. Most people interpreted actionof properties averaging around $7.000 I :.- ,: ; :\ '''' .

Mrs. Montgomery's clothes had the Macon convention organizing on the West Coast and $6,000 east' -. '- (r' .. .. '... '., :
been ripped from her body and the new -"- .
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her head was crushed. Her bloodstained party as slamming -' '; Role Stressed i .:; f' I'i :
listed as ;i "
Western sales "
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auto was found near a : the door on I' 1945 1 1 ; ;
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playground by Maycllle and an- I Herman as bol-p< 66H per cent greater -
sales and hither prices of West \II. 41lI'J.
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other daughter Mrs. Roselle ter. A resolution I q Coast to be no NEW YORK tAP Role of the : "i
properties seem
Joc a. 18. said bolters could|{> i newspaper in shaping the U. S. :
Officers theorized Mrs. Montgomery not enter party]r deterrent.V. political. economic and social Doorway. to a Man World :,

was aoe led a* she affairs or Pri-l.; '. / i .t A. Mlehls. vice-president of structure was described as "enor- .< .
waited near the playground for marles. j ,i,, ,z ;i the Strout Agency said the firm's : mous" yesterday In the first of a "4, ;
her daughter, forced into another It Is ,known* + volume of business since V-J Day series of short-wave roundtable .'
.auto. driven to the vacant that some oft.; ; had exceeded $.5 million which : discussions beamed to foreign na- :"

lot and there attacked and slain. Gov. Thomp- was 500 per cent higher than the I I tions over the State Department's ..
The method of the murder was son's advisers are I volume for any similar period In international broadcasting facUlI -
similar In some respects to that willing for Tal- the past.
of Elizabeth Short 22. known as madge to enter The total included 8,000 small I I ties.Participants were Turner Cat- r .,
the "Black Dahlia. whose nude their primary. Talmadge businesses and farms.! e ledge assistant managing editor r* ,r

mutilated body was found in a.1 Some, say privately they hope he I,1 "The decentralization of cities I of the New York Times and Floyd : .
vacant lot Jan. 15. I will enter. They believe Thompson is proceeding at a faster rate than Taylor director of Columbia UnI- ..
This was the fourth sex murder I i can trounce him in next I at any time since the automobile versity's American Press Institute.I ,' j .
here this I year's race.Second. became cheaply available," Miehls : :
year. : Catledge said the American ; : .
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I explains. "The spreading out of Press "is playing an enormous role : '' :, .

Our prices have always been big Industries the Improvement of right today in shaping our views .

reasonable. In line with the ArcticOperation highways and the Increasing net- concerning the things that are .:r "j .... >-; <, -
national policy we are reducing work of" airlines is aiding the happening in the'world," and add- f'r; :. F r i aa

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further. We now have a good process. ed: .

supply of nationally known At no other time Mlehls said "In a free society and particularly -
brands: Set have there been such good opportunities in connection with the .
for a man to makea :
ASPHALT TILE operation of a democratic government ..
living In the country. free and full Infonna- .
RUBBER FLOORING '> "
WASHINGTON rAP The Citing the success of :some recent ':- '
STEWARD MELLON CO. United States its prime military buyers he said that renewed INGRAM & INGRAM .... a

2301 N. Orange A e.1k attention focused on potential invasion interest In tourist travel had become -
I routes over the polar cap. & profitable source of Income OPTOMETRISTS
is planning a. second Winter of to country hotel and auto t'V
S.eees.or to MEAD'SNlchts. ,
Arctic troop training and special court owners and that the pres-
I I Arctic-operating Naval] ships. ent prosperous condition of the luda).. Holiday S3S$

The Army announced last night farmer has brought thousands of 14 N. Orange,Ave. Phone S3SI \
that elements of an Infantry division independent grocery store owners
h I and troop dealers In hardware and farm

BOLLESSCHOOL carrier aircraft equipment and other hard and

will engage in soft goods lines to country dis .
joint Arctic exercises tricts. Trred, -and-Proven ,

in Alaska Wilson //1/ j\\
beginning Nov. 1. Relief to Sufferers Bros. Sleep Shorts jIn fIU

** tit St. Joint River at Gen. Jacob I* 13 River Port

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Jacksonville, FloridaWEEKS .k. r '. Ground Forcescommander ; .!
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*" last Winter's sleeping gear .
O maneuvers con- Projects UrgedWASHINGTON I ----
vinced him new

JUNE,thtoAUGUST emphasis must RHEUMATISMARTHRITIS for summers in Florida. \ \ \ \
5th be placed on the [UP) National
I Devers use of "air trans- Rivers and Harbors Congress yes NEURITIS
SUMMERSESSION portable" foot soldiers in those terday recommended immediate
Washable cotton \
or \ J
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The Army's announcement follows projects at an estimated cost. of of research, treatment and "_ _
f a Navy request to Congressfor $328.270.000. development now make availablea Ln.
Limited number of enroll I sleep shorts with regular
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a construction program to include The congress. is a private organ- limited number peraonallzedNormaliter _
being accepted
ments now *. Easy to u... Each
submarines and surface ization of Interests promotingflood
for Boarding Student Full I custom mad In our laboratory.Heavy .
ships especially equipped for dutyin control and river and harbor '
Ct'cdiuarc given for advanced duty model also availablefor elastic waist. White tan .
ice-packed Arctic waters. development projects. doctor, clinic* and tmaseur. .
work in 'tlt. 10th. 11th and
The 13 projects selected out of For Complete InformationCLIP N.
12th trade I
the 36 projects submitted for its THIS AD AND MAIL TODAY :
Small c1....*. averaging six Father Offers approval in the last year include: ELECTRONIC NORMAIZEB blue or yellow.
boy,receive highly individualized Intracoastal Waterway Jacksonville SOS Hlldbrandt Bldr. r "
instruction front to .Miami; Big Sandy JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA /
c-. s outstanding member of theschool's $1,000 Reward Phone 5. 472 .
", River Waterway Ky. W. Va., and
regular faculty. Va.: Chattahoochee. and Flint NAME $1.65 to $2.50

Rivers Ala., Ga., and Fla.; Buggs ADDRESS .. .
ARE YOU SURE... For Girl 8
Island Reservoir. Roanoke River
Choice Territories Still Opea .- ..
he ia welt grounded in subjects; hernuat Va., and.N. C.: St. Andrews Bay For Responsible Distributers
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take in College! : :
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,YOUR SOK MAY TAKE: Georgia Jean Weckler 8. who has
;been missing since Thursday yesterday ;
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and minor .
One major subject on I
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subject earning on* and one-half I definite information <' .
I"a tip or J 1.f.
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OR-two review oourses on sub. ',or the arrest of the abductor. .:. ... ..t. ; _.." "t',' ,'
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OR-one major new subject and a short time after leaving Oak- c
one review subject which,he baa I land Central rural school.A neigh ) '

fattad.rf bor. Mrs. Carol Floerke. gave hera ::
ride home. En route the child -
DoubU-pariod sissies are told of her intention of picking
|| held in sach subject six day I ;
May flowers. When the Floerke
11| a week. An average student I #:; ar' '
] ear reached the roadway leading
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to the Weckler home, Georgia got
| workforlHfuHereditsdur- I out took mall from the mail box : *
IV hig thC a-wftb-periocI. :
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which is set back about half a
SPORTS PROGRAM! *V r t
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Include baseball Softball,tofe.golf the last she-was seen. !i.t': _>" \:.,' : : ? .
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liI A......... d..M -w ..... 4.e e. eliminating all the 227.000 railroad i ,
' grade crossings In the United .
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roUmotl far tp neuter Fall Tan. re v
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f G.f t Dr. Paul M. Kessler I t China Plagued I Huskiest BabySitter I : Bill i Veto ; Hospital Trusses and- Supports Sick Room Crutches Supplies I


Optoma trUt i i"c Finds On Fire TrapsATLANTA 'Threat 'Mounts t: Wheel Chairs and Hospital Beds


t, ":ox Church(ly: .Ulrtl and theca Main UilIt Arcade I!''By Rice Riots (UP] The Stale will !. WASHINGTON [AP] Democratic Sal. and Rentals

.. aal1'H can tSMtxuiiMi Boys Toughest move tomorrow under a law inspired 'I Congressional official said 8rrolt. 3AompQn Q I
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'yesterday
I President! Truman has c"f
by the Winecoff' Hotel fire
ofa BOSTON UP] Boston's huskiest '
Account
SHANGHAI [AP] t I
--owa. ii wueht to force owners of all public buildings -,t told party legislative lieutenants IIOSPITAL NYSICWC awe F'
S TIn,. w. violent aeries of rice riots yesterday ;baby sitter is George Ramacorti. a ''he UtOIATOtT sufsun..IQn'WDfrJltI.
I would veto the labor bill as I
+ fgs I to give their occupants maxi-
Firan. 235-pound tackle on the Boston I I
.,: tt" In Hangchow. coupled with I ;w mum chances to live. ;i passed by the House but is leavingthe ....MiHto..c....-
: astronomical rises in the cost of I University; football team. 39 Ne. f-4251
Orlando 725J
xmsslr Gov. Thompson will start the gate ajar for possible approval : Orange Phone -
!I overshadowed Ramacorti. a former day laborer
China's staple diet I '
...... of milder version
.11Laan I move by appointing a Building i a now before .
news of seesaw operations in the and bomb loader for the Army -- - --- -- -
-Dart. 4tJt Fw"rillST I the Senate.
; Safety Council to make rules
Interminable civil war. said those jobs weren't bad at all !'
: NATIONAL lANK having/ the effect of law. Then The President's reported view
Shanghai Evening Post said ,"but this baby-sitting is really a SMARTDURABLEPROTECTIVE
ll..bw r.4".i D.t J CervmrtMR.
Comptroller-General Zack: Cravey that it may be possible to workout r-- ---
more than 300 rice shops were i tough,one." will name a' Building Safety Director I legislation he could accept apparently Ih n" I I'II'NINI
he Our excel in all irf theM
looted hi Hangehow. They frighten me stiff : I awninf
whose force will has spurred Senate Dem- \' lathe
; begin a NS respects. They are designed
/f.s'i Later reports said martial law I said. "The little ones. I mean. MNI + 1 modem manner road from
rm afraid when I pick them Statewide inspection of public ocratic leaders In fighting amendments and
had been proclaimed In the city up highest quality awning fabric
they'll break in two." structures. I which Mr. Truman obviously I afford the utmost in protection. "
diAe and the Government was fran- I I I ", New is the time to replace your
i : :; tically dumping large quantitiesof Ramaeortl find little airlsI I "Well clean. house at home regards as too stringent. rice on the open market man easier to handle than bora. first thin,." Craver ald. ,"We In the effort however they ,,' hive yojr choice of an unusuaOy
I' know that buildings in ;; large assortment of patterns here
attempt to depress prices. many our said to have '! = .
were no advance at moneysaving prices.ROBERTS.BROS.
"The little I
girls only want
f- you colleges and institutions have
On the rivil war fronts, semiofficial I to tell them a story when they go great fire hazards and well commitment that the Presidentwill .

,r' Government reports said I to sleep just as nice as you please remedy those to give greatest take the measure' even in the : % '?s wiling' 4rSmith Venetian Blind Co.
F..1to two Nationalist forces were converging I I he said "But the boys-oh, golly! possible safety' from death by form In which the Senate Labor .. .' 7M W. .... Pia... S-W
on Communist held |They really can kick up a fuss. fire." II Serving Central TloridaHOTELSRESTAURANTSINSTITUTIONS
Committee put It.
Taian. I As soon as they hear I'm a foot-
Official central news agency ball player they want to get down Violation of any section of the That form already has bHntou.henf'd
law or council rules will be
punishable ,
I with me on the floor and try outa --- -
d' said another Government Army by the Senate's 60
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E. Wolf few tackles or blocks." by $100 fine and repeti-
;., rro 4 out of S who ask for captured Suiteh. last Important I tion of a violation could possibly to 2* adoption of an amendment -
Communist stronghold In North-j
-. a loan at Personal: my 'I bring closing of the violator'sbuIlding. forbidding union coercion
. em Shensi province.Housemaids War Veteran .
..... answer Is "Yes. That's why of workers in their choice of
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folks call the "Yes Man.
me
, : You can get $25 to $300 on Ready Given LifetimePass GOOD WILL GIRL: Meet Mar. Featherweight Saddle bargaining representative, IE r "M.". _::R AjOM:; ,* APPKOACHIK'" -- HOI I I"!
signature alone furniture or : A Republican-Democratic ()UR PrT 1 t"'A"ION OlIR STOCK T I M05T COMPLETE
tha Montgomery one of the group
With Organization Made of FE r ORR, fE FOR DESCRIPTIVE) TERATJRE
MagnesiumBUFFALO
auto. Complete privacy.
in Britain i bent
h; I' six Goldwyn girls who recently on putting more teeth in the
.. Small monthly payments.Up LONDON [API :Maid service I
N. Y. [IUPI] The American labor
bill
- to 15 mos. to repay on most for British housewives Is going to'' NIAGARA FALLS. N. Y. [RIP returned from a Hollywood Magnesium Corp. has invaded mustered enough voteson COMPANY

.,. loans. be a highly organized industry One American citizen who has a good will tour of South America the consumer field with the coercion amendment to E. 'H. THOMPSON .
: Write or come In to see r permanent visitors' visa to the Incidentally she found castings produced from the light- override a veto but Senators disagreed EST. 1912
:: at the address given bes with the aid of the National Insti- J
me British Empire is Humphrey J. on whether. this lineup "
SPECIALISTS.JACKSOH'illU.
weight metal which developed so "FOOD SERVICE EQUIPMENT
:s; low. If you phone first ,out tute of Housewives. Comerford. Niagara Falls war vet- out what they do on a rainy : would hold. i
rapidly during the FLORIDA
can stop In to sign and pick Principal aim of the Institute eran. I night in Rio. They put up umbrellas !i war. Sen. Ellender rC-LaJ. who has '
One of the unusual
up the cash In one visit will be an attempt to free the Comerford a former technician she soy$. castings for magnesium is featherweight been fighting to keep the milder 730-34 W. Bay St. Phonei-5-3907-5-0480

=: Open Mon thru FrL 95. British housewife from the chores{i third grade in the U. 6. Army has ------ -- -- -- saddle peacetime for horseback a committee-approved bill intact
ri Evening by Appointment of dally domestic routine leaving !I been awarded the British Empire i I riding. The saddle will be covered 'said he thinks the group headed ----- -
: Closed Sat. her free for family'upbringing..I I medal by King George VI for his ;OHS i Student with leather. ''by Sens. Taft and Byrd rDVa.J.who ,
will!
Members of the Institute
diligence and trustworthiness I backed the coercion amendment -
Other include the
castings platesto
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domestic service in Britain
g organize while with is "going down hill from
wmJFIHANCE serving Supreme Headquarters
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like a regular industry giving : PG Htly
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. Entered In housings for portable crankshafts
saws -
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: Of Orlando : it a new status as a skilled craft. tan
.. 24 tooth Orante Avenue The Institute will supply British The medal entitles Comerfordto and pneumatic tools; pal- i
: (Stairway next te Federal families with competent do- travel throughout. the empire !lets for the pottery and refractory- RRNZ RiM
., t Bakery) mestic workers trained at special without a passport. Speech Finals Industries, and bobbin bars for Mother's Day Gifts
is w..w ++ ease.yarw
, ; 4 to : centers, and adopt minimum rates'' the textile industry
n..w' rEi ij..:..n, 'YFS I of wages and conditions to which The World War II veteran is 1 James Grant, Orlando High.
employers of these certified maids the second in his family to be School sophomore was entered in 1I j India Curb Presto Cookers
K ,plan. .terida "'- 2-J14. decorated bjr the British. His i May OH.tAt'r
must conform. I ICMfrl I I 'I the finals yesterday of the National Home Pressure Canners
father James M.
Comerford received !'Cost of
Weddings
: the Distinguished Conduct High School Oratorical Pyrex Gift Boxes

rierllt I line BbMhitor if efftM Iwl.d 'medal during World War I. ,He | Contest in St. Louis, according to :' BOMBAY. India [AP A bill Coffee Makers Your lorcd ones
I served with the British Royal word received here by Principal :I' pending hi the United Provinces
Field In ] legislative assembly seeks to curb Vacuum Cleaners
I SPECIAL THIS/ WEEK I,Palestine.Artillery France and W. R. Boone. I extravagances In Hindu weddingsby I BETTER

I II Boone also was notifieed that fixing maximum amounts Dinner Sets

"Air Flight" Circulator{ $42 3 5 Costello// Jr. Center Mrs. J. J. Lighthlser, OHS'public which ding receptions.The could be.expended for wed- Cutlery SetsThermos t Because the'best

I speaking teacher who is in St. I .
FLOOR TYPE FANS bill which would limit expenditures Jugs of materials axe
Given to Los AngelesLOS Louis with four local students, had according to the meansof Juicers"If used and no expense -

WE ANGELES rAP Becauseof been awarded a Golden Emblemfor the contracting parties not A4a J. cad Serviced by

DELIVER Phone if I 68 13 8. Ham st.V2 a baby who died three years "outstanding work in forren- only would punish violation with It's Hardware See Us first" is spared
ago youngsters of Los Angeles'East sics.: jail sentences for the parents or in the making
Side yesterday were presented guardians of the wedding principals H. H. PARRISHHARDWARE PERKINS VAULT CO.
with a $350,000 heath and "Her students won four out but also would provide jail and curing.
recreation center. of five contests In Florida this sentences for the priest performing -
The a more elaborate ceremony and SOLD THROUGH ALL FUNERAL DIRECTORS
baby was Lou Costello Jr.. year he said. I L
PRICE SALE I who was drowned to the swimming I on the barber who gives the bridegroom %!II nrante A"ft.
t Grant is the son of Mr. and Mrs. his ceremonial haircut
the home of
I pool at his comedian I _
father. The Lou Costello Jr.Youth J. R. Grant 1247 Livingston Ave. I

!Foundation is the gift of the elder He was accompanied to the national i ji
Costello and his screen partner" I I ,
OF COSTUME JEWELRY- contest by Alvin Block son
Bud Abbott. I
____ of Mr: and Mrs. M. H. Block. 1217

LEASE EXPIRED I Frightened Girl Sought Mt. Vernon Ave.;, Jack Kazanza, Remember-only Chevrolet gives you ,

_
r son of Mr, and Mrs. Leon Kazan- i '. "'
GASTONIA. N.. C. [UP] Police '
of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ka- >
za. son S
CLQSING OUT ALL MERCHANDISE-MUST SELL yesterday 11. adopted sought daughter Kathryn of Mr.Belk and I zanza, 3337 Pelham Dr., and Ed- ,,: ;rt .: 1 .

I Mrs. Belk who ran away from win Phillips, son of Mrs. W. H. BIG-CAR QUALITY !_;: '-t-..,,."' l'". ,
home in fright because she beaned : Philips, 721 Anderson St. i ..> y' .
Buy Mother's Day Gifts Now a four-year-old neighbor's child The group will leave for home \" ; t.

I with a mck.I today.Story .



FRIENDLY GIFTS I of Ann Reeves Inspiringcared AT LOWEST' COST ;auan'd


108 S. ORANGE AVE. ORLANDO, FLA. I: SAN BERNARDINO Calif. [UP] since their birth. She needsno Naturally! your
The story of Mrs. Ann Reeves help with her laundering, iron- 1, .
might be an inspiration to many ing, or other jobs connected with family want the highestmotoring i '
I amputee veterans of World War her household.Mrs. and only I value I like this need satisfy you !

I n who are wondering about returning Reeves dresses and grooms enjoyment at the
to a normal life. herself She sews her own and .
Dr. McFerrin I Mrs. Reeves now '35, lost both her children's clothes. She worksin lowest andI
says: :, her arms just below the elbow her garden She embroiders.She i possible price;
when she was nine years old. Soon has even- found time for a
.. I after she was fitted with artificial hobby painting i I you'll find these advantagesin 1

hands ;she discarded them in fa- "Our eldest child Dorothy
The Most Important Phase of My I, vor of learning how to use what I, Ann. now 15, was more or less the new 1947 Chevrolet-
.. 1 was left of her arms. She discovered : an experiment to see if I could
I that by placing her elbows'I look after her without any help," c- the only car giving Big-Car I Iw
"' Healrn Improvement Service Is the together she could perform all but t tj '! Mn. Reeves said "but it turned }
S j a few of the tasks required of a out so well we decided' to have ; quality at lowest cost-as
I nine-year-old. Billy who is six. and then ;

Clearing the System of Catarrhal I t Today Mrs. Reeves 1 ia the mother j' Joyce." Joyce I U 11 months old. the following facts prove. 1
I of three children for whom she has and has her diapers pinned by
her' mother.
Mrs Reeves married her hus-
Corruption
i THE OSCEOLA ARTHRITIS band Frank a mechanic in the

1If SANATORIUM Santa Fe Railroad yards when.1 i _- t Chevrolet gins? you the Bi; -Car perrm-
Before their
she 19 old.
was years
we examine the human body In the most accurate way DAYTONA BEACH, FLA. marriage he spent many months --- "''r'" ante and reliability) / of. o V 1ve-in-H*ad.ial. ,

we will discover dune Slime In the sinus cavities and In the RIa..matl.lm.NplU'ltU-5 tatira convincing her that he actuallythought Thrifi-Master Eng'*\ .-together with Chevrolet's
intestines and many times the bladder is a regular e&5poorfor Writ today far free. feooklri ..!.- nothing of her handicap.A I low upkeep com-and it's the

slimy catarrhal corruption.The enMic ear "method...&. u. rf treatment. it turned out, she had no han- only cor that does!

I-dlcup.- -- --- Chevrolet the ; Chevrolet the combined ;
gives you B/g-Cor gives you Big-Car com
reason for my outstanding success in bringing abouta
gradual and generally sure improvement in people's health t 1 styling; and luxury of Body by fort and tafefy of the KneeRide and
I
is because I show the person what causes all of this slimy fisher-at lowest prices-and it's Positive Action Hydraulic Brakes -together with

condition and tell him how. without the aid of drugs, to cut Now Available For The I the only car that doesl! exceptional gas and oil economy-and its the s ;.,.
the slime 'loose and get rid of much of it. Just the mere only car that does!
removal of catarrh from the head and neck cavities will many I

times tiring about a general improvement in ones health. First Time In Central Florida I rT


Shortness of breath whether due to asthmatic renditions

or not, is a dangerous symptom and an persons both young
and old who are troubled by poor respiratory ability, should
give serious thought to the matter.

DRIERITE
Shortness of breath means starvation of tissues, in other
"words slow death. Sub-oxidation Is what takes place in a !
it stove or furnace when the ashes are allowed to collect up under NM Drip-No l.'ilI-S.* Me* ,
the grate and when the stove pipe is full of soot there U no
draft. No draft no heat. Shortness of breath [sub-oxidation

will certainly rob you of your energy and vitality regardless of
the splendid vitamin tablets you may take and unless you
learn what the reason for your respiratory difficulty Is, the
trouble most likely will become worse and worse until you 1 This Lifetime I Dessicator Y.t, only Chvrell gives you RIG-CAR QUALITY AT LOWEST COST?

almost wish you could give up and die. There is scarcely any- 1 .v end only this need satisfy you. Visit our showroom, and place cart
thing so miserable as to have to gasp for ones breath. ,
POSITIVELY ELIMINATES keep your order with us for a new 1947 Ch,vroUt. .

Won't you let me help your respiration so that you can get

through another the coming winter without having one cold right after Moldy Closets


; Soggy Foods J
I WISH I COULD SCARE YOU!! I NEW 1947 CHEVROLET .

Dally we hear over the radio that seventeen million per- Leather i t.:.
sons now alive will be afflicted with cancer within the next f

twelve months But. did you know that CANCER IS NOT THE .' S Mustiness In Homes
NUMBER ONE ,
KILLER .4'. .
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1 ,' .
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What is It ? It Is J Jl'
you say CIRCULATION AND RESPIRA- :
TORY TROUBLES This pre-war development now released by the government ,.
according to reliable statistics. Many deaths
could be postponed if persona not in good health would let comes in a compact unit that run be used CHEVROLETCHEVROLETCO.

me relieve the strangulation in their veins and withdraw from indefinitely refills necessary. Manufactured to retail OLDSMOBILE j

the entire system the catarrbal corruption of age-old standing. at a comparatively low price. to fit any family

budget Every Central Florida housewife will want one.

Dial 2-3031 for an appointment and remember that I am Heres a real opportunity for liveware dealers.
no longer at 200 Ridgewood. but that I have moved to my new ,
office at 25 N. Thornton. [[Take any bus going East on Central .
get off at Lake Lawsona
and walk three doors NorthJ For Information


DONT GET SCARED-DO SOMETHING! Phone 2-8031, or Write 440 Putnam Ave., Orlando
TELEPHONE 24441r. f
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Livestock Market I CofC Organizes Oil Drilling I Orlando, Florida, May 4, 1947 ffrje *rmfrjt ttttnM-&tfr Pege



In Progress I Strike Tangles GrowersEnd Veto Proviso
I Vegetable

Near Sales Record At Clermont Near Ocala IS '

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. '. .r AL CODY [Sunday,Sentmel'Stor OKMUND FOWEKS Staff Wnter) [Special OCALA-In to The a Sunday three-acre ntin*l-Ster clear-] I' Building WorkJACKSONVILLE 'Worst' Season Warning Heard

(Our O'Ti Staff CorrespondentlKISSIMMEE i
.
CLERMONT -Citizens of Cleri: 1 lair on the 20.000-acre Camp !
-A boom in the stocker cattle market mont organized a chamber of commerce : :Ranch a few miles southeast of rAP A strike JACKSONVILLE CAPThe two-

helped push sales at the Kissimmee Livestock Market to and elected 11 directors
of 323627.38 during April, probably setting a new Friday night. working on eight-hour shifts are j ed the stoppage. of virtually all upon the weather-this so-called "salad bowl of the Bar Assn. closed here yes-
9 gross The chamber was organized with I drilling through Marion County i major construction here yesterday, nation" will end what some growers claim has been theI I terday on a note of warning that
John O.
record for auction-markets.in Florida, Pugh, mar-. 123 charter members who bought :limerock in the first search for oil while at the Seaboard Airline's worst'season in its history. the United Nations' veto proviso

ket manager, declared' er ay. a total of 203 memberships at : :attempted in this vicinity in a shops some 600 workers were slt- I I, vetoes possibility of a peaceful
A total of 5.391 head .r cattle I $12.50. making a total of $2.537 :number of years.Although tug down because the railroad Heavy rains last Fall and two cold spell in February world.
and swine was covered by I I to begin work with. representatives of the wouldn't put special men on two i I cut nroductlon aDnroximatriv- 50* --- ,
the figure, including 2.S21 eat- I I company are hospitable to visitors' light electric cranes which had !' per cent under last year. farming activity Speer At the opening of the final
reported
S. H. I' session Robert of
Year-Around Directors elected were D. Morgan
tIe. t,343 calves and 427 hog H. C. and willing to discuss at length! been built so they might be oper- Shipment through April I and now has 12.000 to 14.000 Chicago: called for labor
Bowman, J. V. Brice 1 new
The month ended with saleWednesday. I oil well drilling in general. they ated by non-skilled workers. I totaled 5,001 carload If favorable acres of Improved pasture land legislation to
Brown. Alfred G. Cole, Ralph outlaw industrywide -
In which total sales Harper. N. N. Jones. W. H. Me- are prohibited by company rules'' Th railroad strike beganThursday weather prevails and with an estimated 20,000 head strikes, saying public utility
of $82,381.31 were reported covering from discussing a particular well, prices hold they might reach
up
of beef cattle.
Mlddleton. J. V. and involved C3t of strikes should not be tolerated
Qulstlon J. E.
receipts of 820 cattle. 473 ,or give to the general public technical : 7,000 for the season, compared
Grazing Eyed Pierce, Fred Wolfe and Stephen the shop's 1.182 workers.' The There is some citrus too and and compulsory arbitration
hogs and 112 swine the biggest data including the depth of with 13.000 last
Zelaxo. Directors will meet later railroad called it a wildcat year. Ramie production is just getting should be substituted.
week of the biggest month for to elect officers. t present operations. .strike. said It was not .auctioned H. L. Spear assistant county underway. The sugar industry also. I George A.Pinch of Chevy Chase
Sales
the Kissimmee market. [Special to The Sunday Sentinel.Mar] I Members adopted a constitution ;, Fromunofliebl sources various by the National Labor organ- agent of Palm Beach County is growing, and Palm Beach Md.. speaking on the Immediate
each week
showed a steady week's rise total sales BELLE GLADE Experiment and by-laws for the organization. report indicated that the teation and that it violated its ,, whose office is in nearby Belle County whose western end extends Task Ahead in the Development of

from the first Station workers held forth a I'' Advance work was done by Wolfe, well on be Camp Ranch is now agreement. with the Federated Glade, agreed the season had for approximately 50 miles I International Law said the veto

of $37.199.95. promise that year 'round grazing acting chairman, and Jones. act- between 1,500 and 2,000 feet Shop Crafts |I been "bad." though not the worston along the edge of Lake Okeechobee power in the UN Security Council
cattle
Stocker being
are shipped will some day be a reality in Florida : I deep. These tame sources report record. claims 20000 to 30.000 acres which must vote unanimously to
ing all work at the
all the country at the secretary Virtually shop
over as cattlemen and vegetable of the'' that progress is slow at presentdue ,I "People soon forget," he said, in sugar cane or about twothirdsof I fix existence of aggression-is a
Karl Lehmann. had however with
present, and observers credit the secretary stopped, only
congregated at the Everglades to a strata of hard limerock: I philosophically. the State total. "fundamental
growers structural weakness
:Mexican border blockade for the Lake County Chamber of COmmerce ; about 100 men carrying on' their I
:
Experiment Station for a which has been encountered. I Bank deposits also show that I upon which it will never be
demand for Florida stockers. The I who conducted the organization I duties workers estimated.i I possible
field day program Friday. The drilling rig being used towers the season has been below nor- I. to build a world based on law
Western stocker buyers find Flor- ] meeting. told the grouP. I i the other side of the strike Citrus "
Ida cattle are somewhat better : Dr. Roy A. Stair agronomist, "You can Judge a community by 140 feet high, topping surrounding !'I scene carpenters, electricians I mal.' H. M. McIntosh presidentof ShipmentsShow and order.
in breeding than those formerly in discussing the station's efforts the kind of Chamber of Commerce ; ]pine and oak trees. plumbers and other skilled workers the Bank of Pabokee, said deposits \I He said the first requirement in

received from Mexico, and it is toward developing4 and it has. Cities are built by folks ', The well is located on level I were laid off as contractors last Dec. 31 were 3138359. Slight Gain international law was "a clear and

common knowledge that Florida testing scores of grasses for use who believe In them. The only, i country, covered mostly by pines'of ', and sub-contractors closed down whereas they have ezxceeded: $5 WINTER HAVEN [APJ This 'unambiguous denunciation of aggression -

animals "do well" on the comparatively under Florida pasture conditions thing that will lick a town Is I i small diameter and scrub oaks. i jail! commercial construction witha I million in other years. week's citrus shipments as reported as a crime against international -

richer types 'of forage said "we are becoming apathy and indifference." !I'While no attempt.is made to bar : refusal to pay wage boosts demanded Still, cash deposits'are approximately by the State Citrus'Inspection peace" and that another

found in the Midwest confident that we can turn all I I.r A chamber of commerce secretary ]the public a road several miles I(I by cement and steel work- $831 for every man I II Bureau totaled 1.186,172 boxes thing needed was a simple definition -

"This week's sale was thargaeterixed i Florida rl'een.- he said, should be a "multl-'I long is sufficiently rough and ers. i I woman and child in the town. I I against 1,066,603 boxes last week. of azgression.

. summaries of plication table;" "he should find I sandy to discourage visitors. I Alfred Bolster of the cement Biggest erop in the area .Li This week's shipments were 377-
by the best demandwe After hearing experimental I Diamonds found in shadesof
> Jobs for others to do. since he can- I union called it lockout but C. F. beans, with an estimated 25.000 i are
a
have had so far this year," work by station staff, I I 998 boxes of grapefruit; 808.167 of green, pink deep blue brown
: not do them himself." > of the build- acres. Celery Is next, averaging I| I
Pugb saId. Not only was demand members under chairmanship of Citrus Exposition I Lovan,representative oranges: and 7 of tangerines. Last and even
'a:r' good for stocker and Dr. R. V. Allison. station director [\ Warren Roberts of WDBO, j 1 !I ing contractors went into detail 4,000 to 5,000 acres, followed by I Ileafy week's were 299,153; 767,440 and

laughter cattle but there is during the morning, the visitors,|' Orlando said many towns do i il Scheduled I to show how the difficulties started I vegetables such as eabI I 10.Season's I black.AUTO

currently a "very. good supply. were taken through the station's i not feel they need chambers of 'I Planning Tuesday and grew gradually I bage escarole, romaine and totals were 7.633.263; I

j',:fci"&ss, legume, and forage test i commerce. However, those which ''Special to the Sunday Sentinel-Stor] 'I'j I worse. lettuce. Potatoes come next, with 24.271.010 and 2. 457,602 for a'I
Good fat cows ranged from plots. the cattle barn and the do, come out ahead he said. I WINTER HAVEN-Comprehensive I I He said cement workers demanded 2,500 to 3,000 acres. total of 34,361, 875 boxes.

$13.50 to $1780 per hundredweight I steer feeding trials, and then over J. E. Patterson former Alabama plans for the 1948 Florida i I $1.62 and hour instead of I So far labor has been a minor SEAT COVERS

Wednesday, with calvesas I the portion of the station devoted 'commissioner of agriculture I Citrus Exposition will be formu-,'their present $1.37; steeel workers problem. principally because several Prom 1867 to 1913'the arable

high as $24 and fat gra.sa' to vegetable crops.Considerable declared more frontiers are offered I lated at a meeting of the new I I an Increase from $162, 1-2 to :'I! thousand workers were 'I!'I'II { acreage of Britain fell from 17- a High Grade Materials
steers to $17.60. Interest shown young men today than ever be I I $187 1-2, and rodmen a Jump [ 700.000 to 14500000.
was ,
board of directors here May 13, it I brought in from the Bahamas and I
: __ _
I Sales of stocker cattle made I in the fescues particularly the : fore. The chamber of commerce I was announced yesterday by JohnA. from $1 to $1.55.Construction : Jamaica. This is their last season I Your Choice of Colon
prior to the regular auction i|I 31 variety Pangola and he said "is a clearing house for I --- I We Install
Kentucky ,
of the
steers from the Snively Jr., president however, as the Labor Board is
Wednesday saw
coastal Bermuda grasses and Pen- ; the community organization.New OkayedTALLAHASSEE sending them home this Summer. To Rid All Insects
Mann Bartow sell))
G. W. ranch ,
sacola Bahia. Other speakers were H. C. directors will 'elect officers "I know what well do
don't
of $75.40 TAP] The ED MAYO'S
50
at $13 for an average Brown and Irving Morse. "TUFF STUFF
varieties of alfalfa and "
Many
on 261 head, while 43 head from for the coming year, as ( State Railroad Commission yesterday I then says Speer who has been
Datson Brothers sold at $13 clover were displayed. and Dr. Bair !i well as set up the schedule of I', approved construction of a I here since 1925 and has seen' all The Super Spray 101 N. Main St. Tel. 9782'

averaging 7663. declared there would be available Ramie Corp. Pays !new construction and expansionof $69.000 freight and passenger the ups and downs that go with TONY GRUTTADARA, Agent "Steam Cleaning, Simonlxuig
I I eventually "grasses and legumes'for the citrus show which will beheld i station by the Seaboard Airline farming in the Glades. .
I SM America St. Ph. % '194 and Undercoating"I
soil in Florida $47,800 for .
I every type of Acreage Feb. 1621. opening with a Railroad in Winter Haven. L I The county<< h expanding lie

Engineering Society, and for year 'round grazing. (Speciot to The Sunday Sentinel-Slar] huge parade a departure from !--- -- -

Elects Orlandoan Test with grain indicated '' T A VA RES-The National past customs. The Polk County

oats is a better prospect for ,Ramie Corp.. paid $47.800 for the'' School Board will be asked to set
MIAMI BEACH [API The grain, production in Florida 4.77194 acres of land on which aside opening day as a vacation

Florida Engineering Society closed while the barleys are superior to they pan to plant 500 acres of period to allow the observance of

Its convention yesterday with oats or wheat for forage produe- ramie each year.' "School Day" with several new ..
election of officers' I tion. The land, located West of the features to be added.
Officers chosen were M. B. Gar- Apopka-Dora canal. was purchased "We are endeavoring to make
ris. Miami president; W.; Gelles- The steer feeding trials based I from Mr. and Mrs. John F. this citrus show a State-wide attraction -

pie; Jacksonville first vice 'president on figures made at the end of the White. It was deeded to M. O. and it is our hope that

; A. P. Michaels'Orlando, second second 28-day period of the 120- Overstreet. O. J. Hayslip and Dex- we can take the story and romance -

vice president; Davis'E. Lee I day program which continues ter Ward, as trustees.Conservation of Florida citrus directly .
: until.June.26. compared steers on of out-of-State
Jacksonville, secretary; R. A. I to the thousands
Chase, Jacksonville treasurer: J. St. Augustine grass pasture fed : I visitors who see the show each
:B. HeIrs, ,Miami .7. 7. Reynolds I molasses in unlimited quantities ; Districts' I Ii i I year" Snively said.

Jacksonville, and W. H. :Beifler, t I with and without cottonseed pel Work Gets Attention 'I I
lets.'WIth steers fed ground snap : II I
Gainesville i C
directors.
]'
1
I ped corn only, cottonseed pellets ,, GAINESVILLE [lAP Soil'I State Quail Supply II
only and no supplement at all, and water conservation operations I I
Sidelin. Items Expected Menaced Cats
animal husbandman Ralph Kidder in local conservation districts of by

TALLAHASSEE CAP] pointed out five groups of 10 Florida are attracting State-wide 'I TALLAHASSEE Al Stray I I \ ; ,. .1

Comptroller Clarence M. Gay said steers each, showed daily gains attention. Colin D. Ounn. State ,, house cats are menacing Florida's y '

pyesterdsy filling station operators 'ranging from 1.01 pounds daily to conservationist for the Soil Con- :' quail supply, the State Game and 4 I

who' carry sideline items for the 1.97 pounds daily during the 56- servation Service, said ,yesterdayin I I Fresh Water Fish Commission reported J

convenience of motorists will not day period. a report on activities in the',I yesterday.

to required to pay two occupational Possibility of using ramie tops State, during April. Commission Director Ben C.4I
license fees. I
I for livestock feed brought outI Morgan said an "untold number"I

I the fact this plant Is known as a : UofF Law College 'I I birds were being killed. He I
VA Officer Named I concentrator and I blamed persons who get rid of
molybdenum c ?
P.A 8 8-A-O R I L L.X:' [API that when grown on certain soils Dean To RetireGAINESVILLE \: their unwanted pets by releasing ( %
I I>I them in the woods and fields.
Charles X. Wallace. public relations acquire sufficient quantities of [API Harry )

director for the Veterans 1 I this element to be toxic to cat 'R. Trusler., dean of the University -
Administration regional office' I tie. of Florida College of Law AFL Meet PostponedAU.BURNDALE HANGS
here for several months, has been i, since 1915 will retire June 15. [APJ OUNCE AVENUE j f: ,
I This be application
can overcome by -
appointed. regional field representative : of copper, and it was suggested Pres. John J. TIgert announcedhere To avoid conflict with Mothers fCHUlCH STUni' 1
yesterday. Day celebrations first convention "
i the ,copper deficiency condition -
Considered one of the ablest ''of the AFL Council of Citrus
1946 ad- I in of the State
During one patient wax some parts %
law school administrators in the Workers unions will be held May ,
mitted to a hospital in the con- : may actually be molybdenum toxi- .7 I 1f
South Dean Trusler Joined the 18 here instead of May 11 as t.t
tinental United States every two> city. Research on this subject is pre- ..J I
faculty in 1909. the the late viously announced. J. L. Rhodes, ,
seconds on the average. | being continued, visitors were told. year I F1R57
Dr. A. A. Murohree became presi assistant Southern director of the ,1 I
t dent. AFL announced yesterday. JL

Legislative Committee Seeks 1 - FIRST NATIONALwas


War Assets State'sBid
Accepts

Centralized State Purchasing the FIRST bank \ Jjjj

II r ALLEN MORRIS on Live Oak Reservation

TALLAHASSEE-Loss Our Own Stoff of Correspondent Florida taxpayers) throughthe I: TALLAHASSEE [rAP] 8he War Assets Administration, in Orlando to install [1W U I I

State government's "nondescript" purchasing system I yesterday announce acceptance of the State's $100,000

"is so enormous as to be shocking." bid on the 1,600 acre Naval Live Oak reservation on Santa electric-eye magic doors (

That finding of the Legislative Committee on efficiencyand I' Rosa Peninsula.Dir. .

economy is the heart of Rep. Jerry Collins' pending bill C. H. Overman of the State Improvement Commission -' to air-conditioned
leading
to create a central purchasing I reported two higher bids* ..
'
on the reservation, entered by individuals f<
agency for the State Government. F' : .'
I Pres. John Quincy Adams, known
and bec. e'm.ny individuals .
Already there has been such an were rejected in favor I
"the tree-planting Mr. Adams Quarters-that
handling purchases do not knowof as your banking 'L
undercover political heat generated of the State's offer and to "serve :
as to menace measure's success these exemptions. the State annually ; the public interest." _He ordered acorns planteed ,>' { .oJJ

though approved in principleby is paying out thousands of I The WAA had valued. tbe Installation over the tract to provide a timber both"pleasant :,. : l'
GOT Caldwell. dollars of excise taxes to the Federal at $300,000. The State supply for the Navy.. 'Bv may be .

"Central purchasing: should Government needlessly." I Park Service said development 1830 the experiment was well .
: ; :
( effect aubstantlal caving." he Further, the tate does not of tbe area would begin within under way with a fire protection and economical! "l ;'.
., the committee found-seek and '
aid in his message to the Legis generally the next two years and that It system organized pruning '
lature. the ordinary business discounts -, would be addeed to the Florida and transplanting of the

Rep. Collins from Sarasota is for prompt payment of Park system. It will be known trees.
bills.
chairman of the joint Senate- i I as Santa Rosa State Park. Work on the reservation stop '
in
"It is Flor-
House Economy Committee which a common practice Permanent camp buildings already ped in 1831 when John Branch, .1'" .
ide for to bunch its :
dug out facts to support a charge Invoices a department and to remit I have been erected by Boy Secretary of the Navy under Pres. 11' ,

that the taxpayers were losing them to the together Comptroller for I and Girl Scouts, and the organizations Andrew Jackson, declared "arti : .!
hundreds of thousands of dollars- payment will continue to use the I ,
tidal propagation or culture" of
at the end of the month.
year in State purchasing through I! section of the reservation they live oaks unnecessary. .. .
after the of discountperiods.
expiration
each agency and office doing Its have improved.The :. "
Adams, dismayed, confided to I
A few agencies take advantage -
own.. buying. 'I of discounts, while most Park Service plans to use I his,diary that Branch Issued his I : .' ..
the only conclusion pos- do not." most of the rest of the area for order for the sake of "malicious' ..
sible.; found the research committee i group camping facilities. Bordered I pleasure." 'I '
In one purchase with a discount;, -
in its neglected report to the on the north of Pensacola Bay it's installment *.' ;
for obtained t- '"
example an agency an
eWhether
1945 Legislature "is that, in the' and on the south by Santa Rosa I
three typewriters at a price of $126 1'
great majority of purchases prices' Sound, the
reservation has
I
good Does Stomach
each, less a ten and 10 per cent or ,
paid by Florida are excessively and bathing beaches the Park Service V .,... r\,
exorbitantly high. a net price of $102.06 for each I loan, line of f credit, savings < ; ...

The State, "a big and complicated typewriter.In said.Much of its historic live. oak I .
the same period, search of Gas and Bloat .i*
bwl1oeM.wu declared by the Comptroller's records disclosedto forest more than 100 years old '
the committee to I checking account-large, :
purchase annually will be left undisturbed. The or ,
committee investigators, a type- .
.; :
millions of dollars of
many reservation
was the project of
writer of similar standard was I
supplies, materials, equipment and Make You Feel 5* "
contractual services such as travel, purchased without any discountfor 'J. or small-safe keepingv ,
$126.00-23.514 mOre than was

legal insurance advice and printing other rental items necessary space.- paid for the other. Miserable ? :. '

Government.to perform the functions of of"Only a centralized through establishment purchasing :J: :' service-trust and estate '

"Moneys used to pay for these agency." concluded therommit-. If to her. .. bow yon may f.t bletMd :, "" .
purchases are raised by taxes imposed tee, "can there be assurance relief In fre lnr your ,stomach {rom : ,' '
the the that all departments are taking this nervous dlatre it work thl* way: I } f service-or any of more "
upon people by Xrerytlm food eater* the artomacb a I First NationalBANK I
Legislature." continued the com advantage of purchase dis vital gtstrte Juice mUd flow nannaUr to : ;r : t
mittee. counts. Savings through prompt break-up certain food particle: elta the j :

"In keeping with competent payment of invoices. amount to food may and ferment gas frequently Sour food.cauM acid a morbid Indlgutton j.than: 40 modem bank serviceswe're

Government and sound economy a sizable sum." touchy fretful.. peerUb. nervous

each State official should consider Just how sizable these savingsmay T1i condition._ IOM of appetite underweight :' ;
retl aleep. weaknea .
.
it his bounden duty. as a trusteeof be was exampled by the Collins To ad real relief you _WIt teoreaao f ,glad to serve youl!
the. taxpayers to insist that full committee through results the flow of this vital gums Jute.Medical -I 4 ORLANDO
value Is received for every dollarof elsewhere. BABEE-TENDA* authorUlea la Independent laboratory I FLORIDA
human stomachs have <<
tests on by
the State's money he spends. "During 1940 cash discounts ob- polluTe proof ahowa that SSS Tonle is .
"In other words a minimum ,.; tained from prompt payment of Safety Chair.Tablt for amazingly effective la laereaviiaf this
essential of good G.yenunen&.1s bills by the purchasing depart- flow when. It la too little or ecaaty due

a sound purchasingpolicy.." ment of Detroit exceeded $74,000. Folding and Playtime to a non-organic la due to the stomach SSS TonIc disturbance.Thla formula. "It i is:our desire that all who call here shall receive every courtesy"Member

Two examples of leakage of tax (As an aside, Rep. Collins points' Bibrs ...fly securf ...i.*. which contain special and potent activating -

dollars "despite the honesty and out this saving alone would finance tram tumbles in stW4eedi.g., he t easy .Lou. feed ...... ingredients.Tonic help build-up :(...J.' ., '- t2th.. _.......v..
tq< rc SSS aoa-
Alao
good intent" of State employes Florida's department). In the' ..4 .fc.l.. cd. 15" square. 11" weak. watery blood la nutritional -
may be cited from the committee same year the cash discounts on, 10.,10.wirh p....e4 7.poe. proicn organic anemia_*o with a good flow of -
:report now being restudied by invoices clearing through the cen- a. Doctor* appro... this gastric digeame Juice plus rich red- Fedeial DeposSthaizsaes Cecponue

many members of the Legislature. tral purchasing agency of the City "cUdricu Siwdr hard.wood hioa,.Mtd afecT'braced.btltcr.orwmi blood feel better you should work eat better better' play aleep better.better '

AU state purchases are totally of Milwaukee totaled $22,000. The nu Avoid punishing yourself with 0.er-
exempt from some 50 wartime Federal county auditor of Harris County, OfMOHSUAr'ON rot roior doses of soda and other alkallxen to
excise taxes, ranging from Texas. reports that cash discounts! counteract gas and bloating when what
| IVAN R. BROWN need 18 SSS Tonic to help
four cents a ton on coal to 20 percent amount to between $8,000 and you so dearly food for body strength and
digest
you
of the manufacturers' priceof $10.000 a year enough to pay the U3> Rillciest Distributer Ph. t. lHI.tMM.ei repair Don't wait! Join the host of
electric light bulbs. entire annual operating costs ol happy people SSS Tonic ho helped.
"But because Florida does not the county's purchasing department "" 'n._'- bt- UUllona of bottle sold. Get bottle of '
Tonic from your drug store today. ,
ass '
.
J f\ue\ a eentrfj purbajicjc office '' SSS Tonic helps Sufld Sturdy Health. .

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BOB HAYES Phalanx Close White Sox Whip ORLANDO. FLA.

By i PAGE 8 MAY 4, 1947

G.\INESVILLE-There's more than a little concern

here in University City over the legislation now pending ,' Second WithFaultiessihird Yankees Twice Indians Rap

1 at Tallahassee designed to make the: University of Florida

co-educational. boys with their fingers on political

: pulse are perfectly agreeable about the University of Four HomersTo

!Florida turning into a co-educational institution. But there their enthusiasm To Regain Lead

: ends. Trim BosoxCLEVELAND

The feeling here is that If Florida State College for Women. up

at Tallahassee, becomes a co-educational pillar of learning, then CHURCHILL DOWNS. Louisville CHICAGO tAPl The hustling rAP The Cleveland -

Gainesville's loose is simmering. The guys on the payroll aren't (AP] The colt who Is Tiring Chicago White Sox swept both Indians' new outfield fence

talking-for publlt"atlon-but they are quietly sweating it out. Here on borrowed time"-Husky. Jet- .. r- y ends of a double header from the paid off its initial dividends yesterday -

are some of the implications and speculation rampant here about propelled Jet Pilot-won the Ken- : k _____ New York Yankees yesterday 2-1 four as home the runs Tribesmen to smother smacked the-

this co-educational business: tucky Derby yesterday Just as his and 10-3 and vaulted back into i Boston Red Sox 9 to 3 and sweep

backers said he would. out In first place in the American League.A the two-game series.

First off a co-ed student body here at Gainesville is regarded front and flying, and one of the weekend crowd of 16.402 I BOSTON (A) I I CLIVELANB (A)
a fine thing for the University of Florida. It'd probably help football watched veteran Thornton Lee 'ilia ekes. .
historysaw i'' Fflrinl.u J 1 I 1 UPatkrf S S t t I
thiongs in sports :
fortunes, too, they reason, but the idea of a co-ed student body at greatest ; outpitch Floyd Bevens in the first P5.57.35 4 I I I 1'Mxk-vleh: : 5 2 a 1 I
If him do It. and cheered the WUlluaiJf 5-1' 111Ioadnu. 4 I 1 2 1
Tallahassee looms as an ugly spectre hereabouts and here's why: game lustily as Diy....." I S I" ne.tac.I" 1 2 III I
FSCW goes co-ed it means they'll have a football team in time. It'd They said the "Cosmetics Kid." Sox put Rookie Don Johnson to Uoaaa.lf 15 t ':IIMNJ.1t 1 I I
rout early to pound out a one- Dooir.at 45 I Ilo..s.,211 I I .
be a case something like the University of California and the University a sturdy chestnut frontrunnerfrom Malo.rfTork.lk-<* I 2 a. liKe/mer.a I I I I I

of California at Los Angeles. That's a fair example. And you the Maine Chance barn of __ sided triumph in the nightcap.Bob 45 I T5Heos.. 35151
Kennedy was the batting Warurs 25 t I eEabrte* 1113
well know UCLA is no grid weakling over the long stretch. That's one Elizabeth Graham. the Elizabeth HI7_.. 25 251
star of the first'game singling
possibility and, to me, the important one-because it affects the Arden of the cosmetic world, home Floyd Baker with the win- Dorian.Hv5hlss.p : I I : : :(I

sports picture. It may divide money, material and interest. would take to the off-footing of ning run in the eighth inning. He Widow aCalbonoeiMurphy. I I S S I I I I I SI!

The other deal a-brewing which I know but little about. portrays also drove across the first two .* t S S I ii

bigger things. For instance the story is making the rounds that a the Churchill Downs strip like he I Sox runs with a single in the bBuMll t I' I

bill will be introduced tomorrow in the legislative halls at Tallahassee takes to his oats: that he'd come opening frame of the second game. Totals M 1 114 I TWab U. U n 11
of the gate and the -flltd oat far Wldaa la Ilk
sizzling out a
which would move the university's law college FSCW under the coeducational Two hits a fielder's choice anda b-fllad out for Murphy .. Ilk
13 would
set-up. But that's for the educators the politicians and rest of this field of never walk got the Sox three runs Boon .by InaUa:
catch him. And that's exactly howit Bo te II -i 11* ,M 1MClmla&d -*
in the first inning of the night-
the alumni to worry about-not me. happened in this 73rd and big Ml tea (Ib-t
:! cap. They added another in the Error DiMaifle. Buna bauM la-FaUairlrd,
the of legislative activity keenly followed
Whatever score. news gest of all derbies. fourth Cass, Michaels' home Motkorieh. Betray i. Gordon I. Regis, Male,
hereabouts. The gods of fate, :so far as high school athletics are concerned But it wasn't Just as as on Hwr a. Twe-kaie Mta-Pock. York. BOOM ran_
easy
ROSE GARLAND FOR JET PILOT: Jet Pilot, of roses victory in the Kentucky Derby yester run 'and chased Johnson in the I =:. Mfikortcfl. Biere?. Gordon X H,)..
are indeed fickle. that for this Kentucky-born speed Ed playr *Ullins I* Tort; tab,.. .U BMeonae '
Mrs. Elizabeth Graham left fifth with three runs.
Owner [ ] more
him at with' Eric Guerin day. to Cloning IAn .oa kuw-Bottoa t. One.Uad '.. ,
at stands win-
Here Robert E. Lee's Generals came to Graham Field yesterday artist. because coming Jockey up, in 'I. to Gordon' .. "
who
and Trainer Tom Smith the plaudits Lopat gave way i. Bans ball*-off Hunan 1. eft Doriik
,seeking their fifth straight State track championship. Coach of the the finish were the "Gentlemanfrom ner's circle at Churchill Downs with wreath accept Maltzberger in the seventh was 1. air Wldaiar 1. aft Murphy 1. aft Xmbroe 4.
Virginia" stretch-sizzling of the crowd. AP Wirephotol. I Struck eat-by Dorian 1. by. Wldnar' 1. ay Murpny -
Knuth. This Knuth
mild-mannered Phil produced
Generals is man the winner. 2. by rnbrae .. Hits-oft Hughes 4 la S-l
a State championship cinder squad at Lee his first year. He has Phalanx. and Faultless the rangy ,w,-' ;";; C (FlAil ."MnNEW _III... oft Derlaa I .. I t.S. ocf WlA.tr. I
Ben Jones. And : la 1- sit I
hope of Trainer Murphr U L losIng pttcbw-Huskaoa. -
YANK (A) ChICAGO' (A)
been consistent in producing champions ever since-five straight when they laid their noses on the sbr5ss 5515555.lsisto.a 1.plr a-Boa._Papanlla tad ....... TUao
-1:1. Attendance .
in What better recommendation 2I12l'B.kse.35' 31152M'Qulns.lb M.Ilt (15.111 paid)
championships as many years. can it close that no one
wire, was so I I III II ppllq... 4 5 1 1 ILlnd.U,1f
A coach have. in the vast roaring throng esti- I S I I IIPbIUI7.ef I' 1 4 I
And Phil Knuth Is no stranger to Orlando. The mated by CoL Matt Wlnn. the OMa.1Io4 4 I I I IiCa.sdy.d I' 1 I I Detroit Hands
1t.tI1..1f I t 1 I IIJ.I" I I t I 1
irony of this story Is that Knuth was Orlando High School's track: 86-year-old mastermind of this W.Js.s.3b I 1 2lWrtgkUf : : 2 1 I

coach in 1942. He took a group of youngsters that year that didn't i most' famous of American races, Si'eeiss.2b; :411411D1.ksv.s: 1 3 2Mie5.eh,2b: 51111 1 1 2asek. A's 2-1 Defeat

Include a single leterman from the preeeeding year so he tells me, at between 115.000 and 120.000. -" .. 3sI.2tLn.! 51111
could "split them apart" until the .L.sd.Ile 1 I STotal. DETROIT [AP Taking their
and took second place in the Big Ten Conference track meet. And
photo-finish picture. had been de- 231T24iil TIt&I 3525275i.tivek second one-run decision in two
k yet Phil Knuth wasn't liked by the OHS administration, and was
veloped. set far Bonos Ia iliaI days. The Detroit Tigers swept a
given the gate at the end of the year. I .... hi issiecs: two-game series from the deter-
_ _
.
Then the picture told the ,H. ToR I" I. 655IChieu.
Orlando has always had a pretty fair track squad. But they H' III 51.-.1 mined Philadelphia Athletics witha

haven't had a State championship team for the past five years because story. The Pilot-and It'. a I Emr-.'- .. Bum aattad SaIl.... Kaaaady. 2 to 1 victory yesterday back of
his Toa-kaaa kits-Jisa. Bint. HMM MBKaller. -
fits like racingplates
the OHS turned loose track coach has been name that Paul [ ]
man as a moulding tacrtrice-ICIchaals. Double flat-MlehMli Dizzy Trout's five-hit
because he steered an the !. Aaollnf to Jwaa: :Betas M sinus MMcQulna.
championship squads up at Lee in Jacksonville and slamming the doorson pitching.
rest of.them home-had man.. Left ea buN Tort U. Chlcin i.
the Tigers. i BUM os ealla- M Bmoa 1. eft LM i. Straekit PHILADELPHIA' (A) |, DETROIT (A)
aged to last by a bare head for .. -e* :Barens .. .by Lea .. U.pme-Bull7. sIeb.aI SSCSSSYals.
the glory and the necklace of rutanUa. Bonr mad ...... Tim-1:41. Attendance .,( 4111 Ilaks.ss I 2554Joeetsi

Track Meet Notes: One shot-putter from a Class B high school roses and the pot of gold that -(Mtlautea) IJ.tOt.SECOND 'I"ISIIlLsuI.15 11Cal'-n IS 41111IsisiS 5155

did his stuff with his left leg in a plaster cast. Billy Harper. LeeHigh's this time amounted to $92,16 ---:; -- BI..1f 4 I I 1 IjWMtlald.1r 4 1 1 5 IWaJIt1.
SANE) .. I I I t .MuUla.1f 4 1 1 I I
(
brilliant trackman. stole the show when he made! two futile I out of a gross of $120,210. SEW YOlk (A) | CHICACO (A) Ivder.11t IIII2Rw.el: 45515MCCaSLf
stabs at pole vaulting 12 four and r5ss! sbrbes S1$41Mss.2b 15151Gusers.
feet seven-eighths inches :
-one- I Back of the three leaders in order .1....... sISl4'Rskse.25' I I I 1Baart..n 155 1 2wtft.ef!, 11111
eighth inch better than the State mark but he couldn't quite make at the finish were On Trust. I 1 I 5 '.&.ppllq.. I I I I I Smite SIli'Srosip 25511

It. >' Raymond (Bear] Wolf. Gator head coach, and all his coach- I I Cosmic Bomb, who weakened at'the LlndalLrf DUb..eI I'4 1 1 I I I IIPbWl7.slav.st' 5 4 I I I a S 5 I I Chr'p\Mr.I......' S ISIS I I I Ia 1

SIng staff were mixing like politicians with coaches and athletes during end. Star Reward. BulletProof K.Il.w. I 551 11J. M..III 45151W.Jse3b2l2IlWrgh.R ?,). 151551bLtkickst .
451552n.'LTh I I S I 1 1tRkk.osd
the meet. .. This was the eighth State High School Track Meet W. L. Sickle. Stepfather, -; 'j" .: Z: ",' -- 1IISIMIeMMs.Th41114 1 1 I STelahe .
that Percy Beard has directed. and the long-legged Gator track coach Liberty Road. Riskolater. Double suna'Jaa.1b I I I I 118110"I 1 1 I I
tucky Derby in photo finish with Phalanx [8] 11511 iit IMil Ysts .. hiM
the JET PILOT WINS KENTUCKY DERBY IN H.'' SIISSILevLP
and bringing rear as
did an efficient Job of it again. Dutch Stanley's last two smokersfor Jay. up -trt.a. 4112115w.iis.5 15556D.J.uos -.alecl far Gaeln In ItS
coaches and had been: expected was Jett Jett. I [left] who finished second. Faultless was .. 2 5 S I lMaItsygsep 1 I I I ILy.os.p II-nn far I,.). In ItS
sportswriters have captured the fancy of those pore Straining streching. struggling CLOSE FINISH: Jet Pilot [1 11 1] [right] wins Ken- AP 15111eSorra ..med 11II1 far 18.... 11II IlkSee.
third..
[ Wirephoto] IIF losisgo:
.old newspapermen and coaches, who find the affairs a real chance to 115511p.
to make it under Heady Eddie Ar- _...-_ .. 5aasi 1tIdc1pbla i '!! 5-
5-
Visit and "shoot the bun. cnrn-irhn Waa jthnnt.fnir at his J: -if.r.1; IMtralf Ml sia stI
| TUU Mil 11 IT finn ; UC1I. Jut Bun kauad ls-Bsss.
ToUU St
fourth derby victory which would -mill 5j5 for Ljm U Mil Pool. rw.".. U.KoCatky. TIIna.__ klvWakefMiL -
have given him the all-time riding Lee Wins Meet Orlando Third b- inck Ml for Loptt !. (tk.Scon swiss bat*-MallU. 5..hf1aos-lvtfl.
I br Umlnci: Jooat, Pwblo pla) n-GtHm a Jowl ii lath
;
Washington Rallies.To Score record-Phalanx just missed. He No Tot 515111 1MChlcif Xu- .. Callorbii Lan om kuos-Pkllsddpkae -
came from far back-last out of '- *03t 12-1 I. Detralt f. Baaoi am balls-off Banio a. olt .yTmtt
Error.-NOD. Bum ktttod IB-K..-tr S.StirmrtlM 1. Shack oat-by Canto 4. by Two) 1.
the gate and still tenth after half [Special to the Scnckjy Sentinel-SlarJ before the Miamians eked out a' and Charles Beatty of DeLand 2. Mlchuli. Aptilni 1. Pbllkj, ;Bib-off Barate I la f tealns off CkrlMapaa
5-4 mile he from far back but i Ia 2. Laaliw1 ptkbse-CHt.tlIba. Uastros-
.
Victory Over St. Louis : a came Wrlfht. IMMiifl TwbM ktto-Bakw. I
the. best he could get was second GAINESVILLE h e speedy one-quarter point victory in the had a hand: in setting two of the W. J.bai PhlUw. AppUnf. Tbr *-kw kit Grin*. Jonot. MeOo>a* tat HtSjBkav. :tl..-
dispute for runner-up honors. Imleh. Bias tmm lUehMte. Double fln-W. 14S. AttoodaMO-U.lit.
ST. LOUIS [AP] The Washington Nationals I money-a $10.000 chunk by Robert E. Lee Generals of Jacksonville Lee's final team total was 72. I brighter new Class B records. icIness to SUnwoln .. Horick; :Btkw ..
ganged _
upon I.ChIcaIo .
showing another short head In smashed their : MIcbMbi to -- Aft oa b no-N Tfk
up to fifth
Southpaw Sam Zoldak in the seventh and eighth while Miami Senior High had 41 ,Duncan won the mile run in 4:36: .. BUM M ban*-M D. Jobnm 1. tit
innings front of Faultless who was completelY ,consecutive State track and field and one-quarter; Orlando. 41, and I faser than the new class A markof Dravi 1. off LOOM t. Straek Mt-by P. Johnon Dodgers Pirates
yesterday to overcome a four-run deficit and edge out the untried In off footing but 4.37.2. while Beatty sped to a 1. by Lyom I, br. Level I. Hltt-off D. JOBUM ,
championship here yesterday, retaining St. Petersburg. 17 1-2. I 1. 4 iMUin. off LfOM I to S. sIt Dr1 !.
St. Louis Browns, 5 to 4. The defeat ended the Browns' 4- proved yesterday as he closed Saint Leo Academy Saint Leo B division mark of 10 seconds flat U off Loeit I !. (. en Iltltsborfor S U .. Hit Make Player DealNEW
from sixth that wet he the title by a convincing (ReUse). by DnwtvhcnMD
*. or dry, I in the 100-yard dash. by pticb.r-by Maltxborttr
game winning StreaK matched Robert K. Lee's Class A .
C ) Winning pltebor Lopat. Loiliifpttebtr
I could romp home. margin of 31 points. Clau A team totals: __ Boytr.KOMOI YORK DPI Brooklyn
Zoldak had limited the Nats to' Division brilliance by scoring a -D. J I'Ie-P..nU.
triple with two on and JakeEarl1' the I Robert K. Le*. 72; Miami Senior HUH, :
Sitting up on Pilot steering and H rt Ilort-Sl AUaodania
three singles going into the There was a dog fight' for second I' lop-sided victory in torrid Class 41V4; Orlando 41. sv. Petersburg. 17 Y>. Dodger President Branch Rickey:
[seventh. Then successive doubles : homer. Wynn went the 'I him like a rocket all the way was place.'The Orlando Tigers and B competitions that saw every I Port Mjera. IStt: Miami Edison 12;; 11.452. resuming an old role as baseball's
route for Nats to register his Eric Guerin. a fighting little man Miami' Andrew Jaekaon. 10; West Palm
Vernon Miami Senior High's Stingarees State record but the discus mark biggest talent huckster, sent Kirbo
Mickey ,
y Gerry; Priddyd ; second Beach. 7ft; Dartona Beach. 4. CaraioVa
Mark Christman plus a single victory against one de- from the Bayou country, making battled right down to the bitter I fall during the afternoon.Two 3%; Port Lauderdale. 2; Andrew Jackson Cards Phillies Hlgbe his best pitcher, and four
feat. The two teams split the two- his first start In the win of 2 and Thomas Jefferson
JackumTUle.
Early Wynn accounted for I derby a end of the final event of the day State Class A division I of Tampa. 1ft. and; Bradenton. 1. other players to the PittsburghPirates
seriesIrrara ;
game ning one He had been the
11'ee runs. The Nata added the on records were broken daring the Class B team totals: Trade yesterday in what was reported -
WAlM'O' (A) .T, LOUIS (A) Pilot only twice before-last June 8t. Leo. 70; Duncan V. neteher. 28%;: Players be deal
33d annual running of the meet, to a $100.000
and .
y1ng winning markers In the t. at Belmont when he the I Bartow. 21 1-3: Oeala. 17 V4: Soath
eighth on Buddy Lewis' single; c-lf ISISSDtfllng.r.SbS2S1! won while another mark was tied. Broward. IBM; DeLand. 16: Winter Haven PHILADELPHIA [AP Manager The second-place Pirates acquired -
Stan Spence's double. Vemon'ssingle Lftla." 4S1ILZIflILLTI 41211Bp..d National Stallion Stakes and In Brass Smith Billy Harper captain of the Lee 15.Vero Beach. 10; Lake Wale 6. Dlsston Eddie Dyer announced late yesterday Higbe a 17-game winner
41111t.phes.u $5125
Junior Rich. 6 John Oorrte Junior High
October again at Belmont whenhe ;
and Cecil Travis' fly. '--. 4 I I I 111leatll.1f I I I S S Generals, scored 14 1-2 pointsto I of Jacksonville. 5; Wlmanma. 3; 8t. Faul'l that the Bt. Louis Cardinals last year Hank Behnnan. another
TnYla,1b 4S5S2IL4Im.ct 41155 finished third Jn the Cham grab off individual scoring of St. Petersburg. 3. and AUchna 1.Summaries had traded outfielder Harry Walker storn-armed hurler. and three lesser -
The Browns had.built their I
up Pndd1.It 4 1 a I 21JuclDlc..n I' 1 5 2 But he'd learn-
pagne. apparently : '
four-run lead on Paul Lehner's cbrIBss.I. 4 I I 5 .IB..41..211 I I 5 4 5IvaN. honors. S I, Class B shot Put won by Shoemaeh and pitcher Fred Schmidt to lights-pitcher Calvin Coolidge
.... $ IS2IbP.tsrs ISSIlWY. ed about the colt as though he Meet for TitleJ. Coach Phil Knuth's Lee track- Ocala; second MeLeod. St. Leo; third the Philadelphia Pulls for outfielder Mc.IJsh catcher Homer [Dixie
.. SSlSSjEsiiy.s 21115IMoss. were reading it from a book, because David South Broward. distance 44 feel'
.. I'llZoIdall. men got off to a flying start when Ron Northey and an undisclosed Howell and infielder Gene Mauch.
11V inches-
Air Conditioned For Comfort .. I I I I ItSsntsrd. he never had to do more Clarence Williams, their 15-year :t Class A Half Mil Relay won by Lee;: sum of cash. The Dodgers got the cash and
.. I' S I than hand-ride
IIsIchulis yesterday. He old sophomore star set a new'record second. Miami senior; Third, OrUnea utility outfielder and infielder Al
;
7 Cfealrs Assure Rapid BerrteeMaalenrUt 11511S could have D. Brass and Herb Smith will Time 2054.
;
Also Available Moulder.. I I 1 1 thrown his bat away.It meet for the championship of the !, of 4:37.2: in the mile run- Class B Half Bill Relay won by St' The first Red Cross field hospital Gionfriddo. whose principal claimto

LOLA BARBER SHOPA. Total II .1117' TIIta1a II 4112712 too was a surprise finish-tout not Orlando Country Club in the final' first finals event on the program I Leo: second. DeLand. Time 1380.: Miami, was' set up at the battle of distinction is that at S feet flinches -
Class Shot Put Oeorce.
surprising-to this biggest A won by
a-fuD14 for aurard Ia Ilk 36-hole play in the annual tournament shaving five-tenths of a second Senior __4. Dwn--.... Orlaiid; third,: I Shlloh during the Civil War April he is the smallest player in
Orlando's. L.only Dickinson.air-conditioned Prop. shop b-es.5,0,.t.b,Ka1b thstngs Is: Ilk derby here of all the 73 that have been today. The finalists will j: off the old mark. The Lee point Deese. West Palm Beach. Distance 49 feel i I 7, 1862. the major leagues.JACKSON'S .

22 E. Washington St. Wllb1Jllt6a, _. ... Ill I t-a run over the picturesque play 18 houes this morning and total gradually swelled until the Vt Inches.Class A. 440 Dash won by UcCormlcfc
at. "'11 lot 1st 511-4 Downs since ten years after the meet, well when Mi- .
was along third.BnysS.
the final 18 this afternoon. I Let; Secette) Fulnwr. Orlando
-.Priddy. Lain* _Runs.. batud j.-L.Iems Civil War. The Jam was terrific, ami Senior High closed fast to St. Petersburc Tim 92.3.Class lI
t. earl" Prlddy. CM Wyna. Yanon.Ttarta. In the championship consola- SPORT SHOP
A 100 Yard Dash. won by Ts.net
Twe-baae hits-V.,.... Prlddy. ChrUtaa. not only at the Downs but all wrest honors ;
tion finals Henry Killen meet.sCol. runner-up away Jackson of Miami: second. Woodman. Lee;
Speaca. Thne-baae hJt-Lahner. Hoaw raaKarly. -- over Louisville. The Infield which
GOLFINGAt from Orlando. Third. Grant. Orlando. Time 1:1.: I I
I
... Stolaa "baa*-Ytraoa: Doable plan--flepb'' tan hold 75,000, appeared just C. D. McAllister. William Class B 440 Dash won by DufTey St 2S L Church" St.Srotiewair Jockson, Owner Phone 7044 I'II
ana Barardlaa; Mouldar *> Jwhllcb Trans 11Priddy Jayne and H. B. Lovell battle it Orlando held a one and one- I '
Leo second. Sans Fletcher third.Uooney
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Central Florida's Mot .. .. out in the first flight finals while quarter point lead when the mile ham. Bartow. Time 3 minute REPAIR SHOP
Bt. Loan Sues balls-off Wmn I. stiLt-'
Intrignin IS Hole Court dak L 8track eaby Wyaa 2. II, Zoldak 1. .bCanford i I I bands played "My. Old Kentucky Page Bussells and H. S. Bispling- relay last event of the dar,'was I Parker.Class B St.120 Leo Yard; second Risk Hurdles Hiers, Bartowi won b!,;; i On All Wilson Per Biercie, Rods On All Standard I

1. by Moaldv 1. Hit*- ff Xoldak 1C iiI I, Home" and the 13 colts came pa- hoff play it off in the first flight called. But the Stingaree relay Uhd. Kuabel.: Leo. Time 16: 'I Sporting Goods and KeeU Bicycles
SEMINOLE COUNTRY CLUB Inntnfi (none out la IIII}. err Sanford I la 1. rading out. 2ia "
Class A. High Hurdles Tawnsend.
off Moulder I la L Loalai plteJla.-Zolcl Vmlne ] consolation finals.R. quartet hung up a new State fec- ;. .
Sanford. Fla. -Bubbard. Berry aad reater. Tlaie-:.!$. I If any colt had been "handcapped" !- OrlandO. first Woodrlch. Want -
Howard Sweatt ord of 3:33.9 lopping fourtenthsof .
..aIUndanPS4.137.SPECIAL C. Steck and High second; Bola Lee. third. Time 15:4 ,
I correctly. It was the Pilot meet in the second flight finals > a second off the old mark. to Class B. 120-yard High Hurdles. ParkerSt.
I They said the others'would I Leo. first; Mien Bartow. second
haveto
with Frank Balfour and E. N. I win the relay and second place. RacheL St. Leo. third. Time 16:t.
catch him-he could run on an Stebbins competing for second The Tigers using a patched relay Class A High Jump: McHenry Lee

off track. And this one was slow night consolation final honors. H. I I combination because Billy Grant ''for Harper second Lee; Prltchard.and Tawnoonel Miami.Orlando Donald 81 Mi

from two days of rain as witnessthe W. Dorsey and Frank Courtellot was too far spent to take his placeon Petersburg. Tnl1I St. Petersburg three A Penny Buys

SALESTARTING 2:06 4/5 time for the mile anda play it off in the third flight finals the Orlando foursome finished .'Inches.way tie for third. Height S feet 11*

quarter one fifth slower than third to lose their bid for the
I. and Ren Galbraith and W. C. Class B Javelin Kim John Oorrts. first
the "Trotting Horsetime of the Brinkman tangle In the third runner-up spot. williams Lake Wales second; Adami

mighty Assault a year ago, and flight consolation roundup. Charles [Bummy] Townsend, Wlnanma. third: 150 feet 7 Inches.Class.
the B. High Jump; Brown Wlnte: AS Mile Ride !
slowest since Hoop Jr, had the Tigers' crack hurdler, land- Haven. Klsbell. St. Leo. McClead. St. Leo
MONDAY to splash through the mud In 2:07 ed Orlando's only first place in Harton. Ocala Calhonn. vine Beach
two Junior Tennis five-way tie. Height S feet 1 laches.
years ago. the meet. Townsend successfully Class B Half Mile: Duncan Wlnte _
defended his State crown in the Haven first: Houston. St Leo. secondI I
So. thousands of the thou-

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For Tinker Girls', Beardall Baseball Signed Program Up Sanford Mauls Orlando, 77-JJ in Wild/ / GameClubs




.|. Joe 'linker, the only living member of the famed -It 'Orlondo 4 1947 I
,,,Floridof May Otyf J;wifcttt nttnrltar! pg9
"I'inker-to-Evers-to-Chance double play combination who Chuck Aleno _

will be honored himself at the same field some two weeks Battle f- -- -- -

away, and Mayor William Beardall have been "signed up"to F ; V/5Efli1 Lake

I appear on the program,next Sunday when two membersof Paces FSL Winter Park Palatka Cops Orange

the All-American Girls Baseball League play at Tinker At Tinker I

Field. With .450Chuck : League Plays
Two teams from the league will .

Gainesville meet at 3 pjn. Sunday with two Aleno, stocky: DeLand in- Cops Group TeaM FLORIDA W L Pet STATE.Taam LEAGUE W L Pet. Two Games

more teams scheduled to play fielder and I Deland 12 5 .708Saniord| 8 8 .500 Games Today
former
8 the following Field Today major leaguer ORLANDO 11 6 647Leesburr| 8 10.444St ,
here at pan. Ana-sti I I 329Palatka| 8 11 421
Mauls Pirates Tuesday. was leading the Class D Florida Gainesville 10 8 S26Dartona| a. 4 13 233 Five first games are on slate for

State League at midnight Thursday Five Tourney Yesterday's Naswlts From Saints Lake-Orange Baseball League with

Sponsored by the Orlando [Special! to The Sudoy Sentinel-Star May 1, as the loop completed Sanford 17. ORLANDO 11 all games scheduled to get under-
American Legion post proceeds its 17th night of play. Palatka &-S. St. Aucustlna: $-1, (FIrsti563S way at 3:30 p.m. Ocoee will prob-
12-1
, For WinS two will be SANFORB-One of the wildest 11 lnnlatOaln '>.
the
from
games The husky Aleno had poled out I LeesWc 1.041usd : ably send Mgr Tige Minor to the
[Special to The Sunday Sentmet-Stcrl lll 12. [Spe.to! to ''i* Sunday 'Sentinel Star
used to defray expenses fn- baseball games played in the 27 hits in I
60 trips for a bristling 7. Daytona Beach 4 mound to oppose Winter Garden's
( to The Sunday Sentmel-Stcrl counted during the Legion base- LEESBURG-Winter Park won I T.....,'. Garno* PALATKA The Palatka AM-
Florida State League was playedin .450 which was 32 points better Santord ., ORLANDO. Skipper Jim Mobley in the latter's
LEESBDHQ Gainesville's G- Central Florida the Group 5 championship here eas took both ends of the double-
I
In
ban program the municipal park here last than Doug Johnson of Leesburg, a Palatka at St Augustine home opener at Walker Field while
Men scored a wild 12-1 victory this Summer and to bring the limited yesterday afternoon by defeating Leesburc at Gainesville header from the St. Augustine Cecil
service Barks
: who will
over the Leesburg Pirates here last Legion tournament to Orlando.An night when the Sanford Celery player had the Cocoa Tigers 5 to 2. each. Danona Beach at DLad Saints here last night winning get the call for
Tom
I secured 23 hits In 55 Cooley's
night as Plate Umpire "Winston Feds tripped the Orlando Senatorsin trips. team using two pitchers. Lyle I ;i the' first game 6-5. and taking hign-stepping Mt.
Dora
will be i
elaborate nine
Twenty-nine
program men were hitting NATIONAL. lEAOUE as they Invade Uma-
sent Campbell and Bill the
Mgr. Goodof Chambers paced the hitting for I nlght.capper, 5-1.
distributed free'of charge to kids, a 17 to 11 slugfesL .300 or better through Thursday Tam W i. d.IT...... W L PcC tills where Rodney Miller is likely
the Pirates to the showers. Winter Park and for the game Brooklyn 3 750Clnelnnati! 1 8 .47Plttaburcb : Danson. first man in the
announced.The but only 41 up to take over mound
it was .250
George Green opened on the I were doing or better I duties.
Stebbins scored the lone Pirate with three for four with two of I 8 S .ilSlPluiI.phla 8 8 429 llth
inning smashed his first
,
signing of Tinker and hill for the locals I among men who'd played 10 Boston 7 S MSiNew York S 7. .375 i Jack Gaines will probably be
in the to spoil and met warm
eighth shutout them doubles. in three
run a batting
Mayor Beardall virtually insures or more games an unusually low Chlcato 8 8 STl'St: ixtuls 110 187 I home run of the season to give Mgr Jerry Morrison's mound
for G-Man hurler Fultz. reception in the second frame runs while Ed Jackson third base- I
the Legionnaires of a capacity figure. Today's (tamos the As their wm in the opening I choice as Clermont plays host
to
GAINESVILLEUephartjf I LEtSSUM man for the Tigers through' Probable Duelers: (won sod lost records
came tilt while
., r b psiEsiLa. turnout. Members of the ticket when his country cousins blasted in parentheses>: I Avon Driggers limited Zellwood who will probably answer
SI2SSCOOIIILb 45143 sales committee which launched a him for six runs off three singles. The Orlanda Senators defending with three hits including a double Chicago at New York (2)-Borowr (2-1) the visitors to five hits in the ftt t i with White or Jimmy Davis. Bob
4 5 I 55 SUbblMjf 4 I I I I down-town sale yesterday report champions, were poundIng and one run batted in. 'and Schmlts (2-11 vs Kenned (1-1) aadKoslo nale. The locals got to Ketcher Ivey's Winter Parkers

Borto.Jb flsrou.Thh1SI41uhuc.It IlSIlGoadsi 45115$5115 surprising success at the conclusion Throop, Abreu and Hyde, who the ball at a .309 clip and Champion and runner up trophies 'i Pittsborcb(1-1): at Brooklyn -OateraaoeUer I Saint starter in the nightcap, for Tavares where both starting journey hurl-to

H.ef gIIISiilt..tq 4. I I of the first day's sales. opened on the mound for the were only a point behind DeLand' were presented to the teamsby (1-1) TS. Lombard (1-1) five runs on 10 hits before he wat J.ers are in doubt. Eustis
St. Urals at Boston (2) Breeheen (1.2) will be at
Zac..lb I IlIICsmpb.tI.if I I I 1 I -
,ThpLf I 4 I I 11 Oroanaalk. 4S, tll I Senators also a triple by Garrison Red Hats who had a Judge A. Sydney Herlong Jr., 'and Die It 10B ((0-1) vs Conner (1-1) and I relieved by Bernardo in the fifth Apopka. .
I $ I I high fielding average af .351. of Leesburg vice-president of the :Spahn (2-0). ST CAME
J'k'krtt. I I 1 Wukl It 11 I I I
J'\&It... I J 1.1 1IA.art.t1..p 1 I S 1 t and a two base blow by Ty BraziL Florida State League.COCOA Cincinnati at Philadelphia (2V-Waltan | ST. AU&UlTr : PALATK
fratu..* ISis. Miami Trims I The Feds retaliated in the sec Myth Hoag Gainesville 'manager | WIMTCR rAIl ,(1-0 and Beth , n_Leonard (2-1) and iSrIp. .T? 551500510i47.2b I Off aotUM 1. Lotou .. TrlTt.nr H..L
'IwIdt.. 15551IKsII,3b Judd 0-lr *r How. <(3-0)< |I i i 1 1 1 5 Tbto oIcI. BIts off Katwuu TllBBtriJ
who led the .5,5.I| .brbii i. t
ond frame and picked up a pair league in batting : : ::1= :
1 I I S S I Oltftrtk 4111 lIWIIII.| ..... 1 1 I I I Yesterday's .....1.. Aa.o... 1 1 .CIf 1 1 2 IPalk.cr Lies off 8ylMolw U C 1-1 UmlaM T-t. Man:
AId....,... 1 S I S I of markers. in 1946. was 13th on the list Lenta.ir 4sS5Cks63.; 11iKkiMSk I 1 I. (All tamea postponed rain> I 'l I t .1n..1...,.. 42211 Off Kf.ald* ). 1-1 111III..... I-I. P..... balk:
--- ----- The Fedsturned on the steamin with a .346. while Buddy Lake. ltlSlFBroos.| 312.1 la/obtif I 1 1 1 IIPlrt'. If I. 1 I Dul&.,. WiMtat Mtchtr; "".......... I.olw
Totals UU tnitTotab M 1 I IT 11 f 1946 Boolh..-lk lit I IIC..........'" 4 tPMUj I I 6 = : : : ; : SBaai.y I 35 5 : : 1 .1'Htctw: Jrem. jujtrn': Btlbotk *... .....
fislmiTUls _____I I I I I I 1 I 4 Tars Twice the third canto and sent six runnerup, was 20th with a .rf-. ltlllO, 'SlMO.It I I I 1 4ismsi. AMERICAN LEAOUE: IMms lb 2 Tim ..14;..: tjtCCONB: .
LootburfKmrf. ___ S S S I S S I I .I men across the platter. and sent .w 1. t I I,Hoopr.cf 35555 Turn W. L.Pet.IToam w. 1.. Pet. .i.M.._ I' I I 118al" III I" S SANS
Bulk. MoBck. Cuwooll. 1. Oowl B..- .327.Undefeated PltIIB....' till lHol| ...H I tWlllliou S I I Chicago 8 S .515 St. Loula i 7 .462 __....., 1 IS 35eT.ocsf? I Ills 11. AUGUSTINE PALAIorkM
I Oiraim. Gnmun.: nm kttttd i.: Thorp. I Hyde to the locker room for a hurlers were at a .It 1 t I I I!ThM..Ik 1 1 1 II 5 Cleveland 7 i .553 I Wa.bisi S 8 :.455 .'Qratll.., 1.. I I ItrF.irsog.1b I 5 I I- 7 I a 4Aodtrwocf .'r' MMcGr.lkrf .
5ksti: 1. fitm. Uooirt. Piilti. t. Boat: two I cleansing bath.. premium> however the leader being Garib-u 1117 .IDor.| ... 15533 Detroit 8. 971IBbston 8 8 429 StttwelI.. 4 5 5 1 lIMcCarty.2b! I I 1 5 1Roaanao.j July15 : 554 41311
\1.iii; Uta: R... Utport; Stills ku t: Bar... [Special to The Suidoy Sentmet-Storl Perez tiomntt 1. S I SiTotals ,, New York: 8 7 ,933Phll! 'd'Iphia 4 8 333Vootorday'a iIsIlIruuom.a 51113.IAm.L ; t S f luoo!I ,,lr .4 I 1 I
I. Boot: RotrUleM: B... _bl. flat: Gu.IIUd MIAMI-Andy Novak bangedout The Senators came back in DeLand. who had won Moiulto I' 5 5 :liBylsemoor.. I. 5 5 3bRigaisdop 1 Pivltck.. t. .. I t'Bitrt.ik. f. 11. 5
w M .... : loft 00 ktUO: GtlOOiTlIlo I; four straight without a loss. Ze- at t IM' t[ *n.u' n i721i U; I S 5 5 5lTh.obsldp KitpHkljf 4 1 I I HPinloit to. I S
I oibirx 1'. buS OB kollo. : Off Full. .. Aom six successive hits as the University the third with three runs and dalis and 8en kv IMIMCoeu >: I Chleato 1-10 New York: 13. III I I I I 1T. WUkwlk t 1 ITaBaafft S
lollo, l ftlm I. Munrk I: track sit By of Miami Hurricanes twice added one in each of the fourth Hyde of Orlando each ,. MS 144 t-1W I Waibtncton 6. St.. Louie 4. -, ..... fJ. S St | Totals SS f I U If Krtttltlk : I i 11 1'licConri.!' : 5 : 1 ;
P 1U AMrtoll, J,, Titan 1. Buick. I: Blu had three wins without a loss Infer P.'" ,___ __ lit til as Detroit Philadelphia 1. A reuoiod wuoa* la Sri. I .Job_II 3SsIID.m.... ill's
off: Acarltll I lo 4 laalnif 4 TOMOff tripped Rollins College here yes and sixth frames. while Jones of Orlando. Stantonof Krmn-air. B..... n.e.&. BUM" b&tt.d 1_ I. Cleveland t. Boston 3. I botud tat IrIs in Ilk. ;I : 3 SC 1 lIMtHlkKUbir I I I 1 I
Titus 1 111 tl bud..... S na: Off lItmrI.I terday afternoon, 6-3 9-8. Itekrai P ol.,. B_.. Ctumlxn. .. T-IMMklUCkuilMn ; T.de,'. Oamo* C battod for __bee la Ilk .. 1" SI t IDrluorlU .. 35114
to 4 I-1 hu IIIf. I pits: kit kr pluhrr In: Sanford added six more in the Sanford and Gardner and : 1. WIIlIo..... Tkrt..... kit-JfckMM. Probable pitcher: (won and loat records I D n laetd atcQratk .. Si a. t I IX ). r-...' .J t .5 11))
Tiftc (Polti); wild tltcMi' : Fnlti I: Pun4 Denny Hambleton hurled his fifth and sent Joe Jones to the Hallman of St. Augustine had two .!.... kiMt BinMi. ClMkk. Cb....... )..- 'la parenthesea: bonod for Bird lo JrU.F <'_
bills: Wul a.-. WlaBlni( ptlehor Pulti: lottac fourth successive win in the opener klt pll -O'l1t1lUl U Dorii. Lift li k..M-..Ctua New York: at D.troIt-.Cb.ndler (1-2) T.. Mplaced. Balid la lib. TotoW 11. I H I5IYeta| 8 M 1 11 17 II
plichor Aaorlollo; loiplm: WIvlMI. tad cooler. The final three Sanford wins without a defeat. I. Winter r rt t. B.... M .nS-.ff Booth .. I I Trucks) 12.11.W..hI1lIton. I a roplaeed Basin la ark A. lOtKMd KotcMr ). S>k.
BoUo: Mao of IOM: 1.St. holding Rollins to five hits. runs came in the eighth. Two double-headers are slated eIr tto\n\ 1. ill ..... L 8lmk .ol-k, Boot at Cleieland ( _Htefaer o B nUend Bytrasier ta ,.. t 41. AutuotlMA tttIM ...-...
Novak beat out infield taps for Six costly Senator marred for this week. I. k* Pooler .. kr BVM. 1. w ooo. .. H1Utt -. (0-2i and Hadson (2-0) TS Black (2-1) and : 4 reUmd XifaWa la 'ifc >*leDrliron. _. _'_" US III Ib-I
errors
Daytona plays at Sooth 1 !. I 1-I linings f. 1 twit off Oromek: (00)Philadelphia. 5;. AnnsUao aos tut St tt-IrslaUa Xnon-: unbosom 1. Baird :Kun knlod U,
Titan Hanover two hits his last two trips to the their chances of victory. DeLand in a double bill startingat B.... 4 I. t t,1 *lt 1. Iff Footer I lo 4 1-Ilor at Chicago MirchQdan : __.___ SOS tit tM tl-tKrron Johuo.Boffmu.. GOMSV Boiid. ...eCartr: "..
plate in the opening game. and The clubs will meet again at 3 2 o'clock this afternoon, whileSt. 1. off O'8toM 1 .. 4 1. -1. for I. Hit kyvitcfccr (1-1) and Flares (0-2 TS.Buffing (0-0) and : : t niKii loa.Botuom.. ........ PUtlo.MlUHy. ''I'w. limp Ski: Boff... n_ bias kilo; 21511'
then beat out four more hits in the kr Sr... (Bootkt, k, O Btou CPy'.nl.) I Grove (10)Boston Xlialada S. luas baailod la: KoroinaUS. .... 1IocritIcM: D-u... 1IIna. Doubts slips (
Sets New Mark p.m. at Tinker Field in Orlando Augustine meets Orlando in II, Poolrr (B. WIlll._). Wild pltrlwt-O'Btfen.PetHtj. at St. LauU Pine (0-1) and Dob- Jahmon. 0.... PI....., .... ToocofT 11-. B44arty lid J lnL Left cm .....: lIahlia:
nightcap. today with Mgr. Lou Bevil prob- I Orlando VYcdnesday night start- vtlMlnc plltbtr--O Bitei. 1/nlaf UtthrTPooiw 100 .U-ot vi Potter (0-2) and Uuncrief, MeC&rt TM ... klu: orr.... Ooaioa.Oulaasy. .. PaI.tlta .. SijI as bsOk tilt Banutde 1.

1NGLEWOOD. Cal. API Titan Miami had to come from behind ably naming himself to take the ing at 8. '-Tloto--1-M- h_ __ J, U-t) 1Ia_. Becit.,. Aadonon Throe S. Struck wit: .Y Drificn .. HU off:
four times in the seven-inning! hill 'TIElIHATIONAL LIIAGlw baas bOil! Pawllrk HOOM raao: Da_ Boarinees KotctMT tm 4 laalaw It; 5 IIIM; OK :Bmtr4oi .
duties
for the Orlando
Hanover established world'strettinl over
a new second game in which each team I FLSRI8A. STATI LIA8UI AYUAU'IC ((IT..IU. THURSDAY MICHT.( MAY I) W L Pet t WLPCI. : Idrau. Plrtle. Douhu duo: Dowwn.MeCaity 4 luins* 1; 5 ruu. WuoJai IteborDr! -
,. ._
club. Sanford's .
record for a mile and choice was 'not Je...' City I 4 8fl2Nowark| 7 8 .531 and K. ta SUIIwcL Lilt ton: tatof pitcher otebor. Unttnt/ : BosS u4
tried to outdo the other in ineffective .. r b Sfc Sk kr. ... .k kk k trill ..... .. ,
one furlong at Hollywood Park I known last night. iSLANDS M I Montreal 8 4 ftOOjBalUaora! 8 9 .400 I M ""-= lol IS: Polotka S. Boo oa It. leI_. Ti.. of t._ 1:4S.
11 HI IIS 1T1 S3IMLaad IS I 11 11 TT It _
i II Tt MlI
and weird field- Toronto 7 t .983'Rochester 5 9 .347Syraeuie
pitching ______.
yesterday. He covered the dIstance 8.LANDO | SANFOSDLabraad.ss 11 SM IS ISI SS I 14 :21 Tt I II U .!tl
.f 81 Aucuitlno _____ IS UT 4 3 S71Buffalo| 4 8 .333 ----
Ing. r II N ssrkps. SS 14S tPalatka I' 1 IS IT 14 S It IS nt
In 2:16.2.: The old mark was KlsseH. who blanked the atlIBrjaat..!* 3311 __ II MI lit 114 11 I I IS II M IK IS .!l5 Yesterday's R.......
:2 minute 17 Vi seconds. made 22 Larry MaatesSkBruiUf : : : : llMeMu 1 i.tb I 3 1 2 : L..si.rg ,11 CM II 1U tlIS S I 11 I II t II M .:!If Jersey City 12. Buffalo 0. ,
Tars In the last couple of frames, 4552518r14..W, 41145Throop. Dsytsis __ (SI II 141 HIt I t 11 17 II I U II 151 Newark: 8. Rochester 7 (10 i ain..).
years ago by Cupid's Alblngen at got credit for winning the game. .ef I 1 3 1 Uoouo.it 3 1 1 1 5 Baoofd _--.- Ml SI US 1.GalDllYW. 11 lUll U I II IT UT Toront. 3-'. Baltimore 1-4.
Aurora HL Titan Hanover trainedat OurtmJtBoriUb 4113513i1.e..1f $3111 11 sis its iss isFrtCIAL .4 S I IS IIS t U 121 ..214FlfLDINC Syracuse 4. Montreal 3 (11 lamia..
Orlando. Fls. this Spring. A snap throw to second base to i11 $ .**..... 43313MurL2b STANDINSS PERCfNTACES .
pick McBryde off the bag by Ger- 1 4 I 1 1 SllTor'B.lb 4 I 115 5 Cub. sOHLAN08 w I ,.c; Club *. S S to kk M.D AMERICAN ASSOCIATION 1-S
Driven by Harry Pownall of rity helped Kissell out of a bad ........ 43351Z&ti.. 31341 IS It 5 .1. .L.Dd US 1T4 II 11 112 .Ml.LAND Yeaterday's Roaults j
Brooklyn. Titan Hanover finisheda Hjdsp 21111alzdwb.lsIlscook. De...... _______ IS It 1 ..181at. *) in 154 n n las 151
spot In the seventh when two ... 1s1s5I0r.g.. 15555 .......1.1M 11 S I ..101e.IYUl. It. A..uiUn 411 184 14 14 in .141Loabwc Columbus 10. Minneapolis 9. t :
half length In front of Proximity 1_.. 25151tst& _.___ If 5 I ..S.luf1Ir4 (Only games scheduled) 4
had base 441 1ft M I ,
men gotten on on walks. S51IJ8Ifltii.3 141 .MlPalilk
.. .. .. .. _ Indianapolis s. Kansas City 1.
In a $2,500 race that preceded the JI I I .sot 411 114 n IS UT ..MlSwterd ill f \\\\W\
FIRST 41AMORomas 3su13141Tu,1st. 3411111714iStruck ......... 11 I S .411 414 lIT 41 I US '.'34O
$50,000 Golden West free-for-all _____ooo 001 002-3 1 1 : fer 3us. Sa 51. Ptfatlta ii i 11 .ill &lnoiTni ___ 443 111 41 12 141 .121DiTtau SOUTHERN ASSOCIATIONYesterday's ,, \ 'b
pace. Miami ____.200 001 121- I 2 Oriaada -. *U 111 ,*-U DQtOB& 11 4 11 JIT 411 111 IS I 131 .101 Results
CoTeUo. Ecurbrun (S) and MkBryde.HmmbltteB Saafofd _____ __ __. .2S OM 13>>-17 (Open d.tl"FLORIDA t\\\. .
Bad Ptten. Knots: McCollouih. Brasll S. JIlJa. Bo,\U. INDIVIDUAL LEADI <4
? __ (SECOND OAlfX) .. .. lUantaf. 8Co... LaBraad. Bun MllIII Sa: OarIteoo. Cr.. or Mora 0...,. .. INTERNATIONAL LEAGUEYesterday's \\,
layor-Chik 8 ak k Sr k rM ( I
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RofflM 211 130 ft-I I 4 BerU. Hida t BiuQ L MmmtML Btekot- Results
vitiiI )flmml ____..____031 203 a-I t8UoDi I a. Buntoa S. Cook. Brtda. Stleca.aua. IUIeIJirnal --- $ M 14 nJohiwoa. I I 14.45I Tampa 5. Lakeland 2. .
U ''Ilililli : *md IfeBrydo; Clark. BUnell (5) Lu\p&aa. .rw...... hits- Brasll.t Lowburc IS SS 11 SS S I 11 ..fllJ. DeLand Takes '
...., .... ....... .rt.... 11 4* U ItPtnta. S I 11 .4 SIS : St Petersburg 9 Havana 3 4
and Ocrrttr. Bryant. Lsnssi. n.--. kits- Gar- PaI.1It&- II II SSTknoo. I s S9S West Palm Beach 9. Miami I. : 5t
rI8tA>Iea buoiBtrltotooa Sooineas: Bryaat
The U. Post Office makes LIft M llaMa OrUada T. Sanford .. Baaa oa orlaaao. IS 5* tl SSM 1 I IT SIS \ \
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mini. Ortaooa IS tt II SS I \
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SOUTH ATLANTIC LEAGUE
balls en B.ae. o: Or.... I Buauo. I Cook. I' I' \ .
I '1 DOODLE ; : ..
IMlas. PilitkWxfcteM. .
widespread use of X-ray machinesto : IS SS IS r .MIIS
I'11P 4: "_ 4. Stniek out by Bj .< 4: OranJ.BtantoB. DcLud.ShllM. 15 of 11 SIDmjtoo : : Yestarday'a KooultaAucusta
detect goods the mailing of I; Cook. It 1_ L BUg off Hrts. II D>nonm_ 11 f1 5 11 S I ..SMIS .MlS I League Lead S. Jacksonville: 0.
.1. III Ionian I off Cook. I fa I terntan. Columbia .. Macon 4.Ortenyllb. .
runs ._ ,
which is forbidden. _
It S* I KCtolek. I 1 S .Ut \ ,
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8 Savannah 7.
I nuu ort Jane 1 im s l/l ianlata. I IHUnd_ IS 5531 StHorrtnrtoo S UT I ,.o .
nuu off Grata. S IB I I/I Ionian. t run off IMS c It tS 1* SZRoil. : : 11 ..S4SIt I G..J G" \
-- Btaatan. T la I 1/1 Ionian. I Wild .... '
run attches .1oP
1c.l .
GtlnttTilla IS SS it IS I 1 S4IS % 1
G_ Wlaoiai vltehor. Stanton. Loslnc p5tcb.rCooks. _. [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] A Good Place To Fish l1' _).tt' cOm
?-tr. Palatlta IS SS IS ItBtleco. I I S4tIS 7q i" ,
U.pI_: Darts. BaIley and O. Mock.Attoadaaea StDtord, II SS 11 ISMcCarthy. 45It DAYTONA BEACH Juan I >., : t51 'o\\\' S
1147. TIBM or IUM. 1:11. OAKLAND .ro it of ttts
PsUtka IS M U ISHndtnoo. 1 .13 Perez working in a ninth inning ,
DtLaad II SS 11 IS 4 .SSS S 0"* \.oQ iItgS I
Cardigan 1111......, Sinford IS SS 11 ISBocraoc I 11 .snIt relief role, secured a 7 'to 4 victory FISHING DOCK ,1 ,0cDo' \.... .
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Hurricanes Top Diytona JJ M IS 11 .S2S for DeLand as a' Daytona 'I' ", yet'
Loko. 8aarocd_ IS SS It ITKrtaUc. I' '.,:1 "0. Labs Apopka"BoatsBaitMotors ,1d
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'L4! Sport Coats $&. ..... IS It IS IfKonriBikl. 1. ..trrs Beach rally fell short. The win PS" 11." t\. ...k.
t Rollins Neliers : *0. .... It 44 I 14 5 1 .sis gave DeLand sole possession of "'" .... '

Th. latest thing In a stylish Aw.... Orl.. ........_.. )Sfiarrlwa. tl M .11 nil.ITIS I U I SIS.sis the league lead. John Gramling, Mrr. Oakland. 71*. t\e 11- \1\11\\.' ,..' .

1 MIAMI [API The University of L'...... on.... 11 14 1* MBnrfco 1 1. ..sisit The Islanders put over two runs .' tJ '" ,
; sport coat. Miami tennis team yesterday defeated OalnoSTtn II M S ITSolt.r 5 1 .." and had two men on base In the la 161611g1VI '
Leobart. IS St 5 1. I I 11 .Stl.SOS \\\\
Rollins College in both the Wits... St. Ass, ISFwilek. It I 11 5. 1 r ninth with none out when Perez { \
4. : men's and women's divisions. 8U AKf. IS II 11 ItBmiM. 5 4 11 .III rescued Tom Faulkner who'd replaced ,. ,M: L I
White 8.ifar< 11 11 1 11 5 I I ..mOTHIK { :
Doris Hart led Miami's women'steam U..OnS-RUIII. TkiMff. 0rI.... II; Ed White earlier in the 1<\.
SportCoats to a 3-1 victory over the R... 0.trs.vtII.. It. Blu AJ_. DLmd 17; same inning.. Perez struck out SU\\\\ ; O ?. 'i"'i ,
\rA! 1011_ UMburf. 23. DouklM. .. -. I; Ftw- 2. {
Rollins unit by defeating Shirley tick ... Jo...... Lea........ S. Trtplei. Ltk*. three batters in a row to squelchthe I. "',
Fry. Akron. Ohio 63.5.. IIa tft. 4; KkkMMa. Smut, Thrae 1. HIM* threat. {
,( ? t : Tailored by Englishtown The Hurricane men's team won .._. Ataw and Ho.. S; 11.1_. Lrbnad. Oirrtw. Chuck Aleno. DeLand's Infielder 1UtSO .
ace -
.. 1. Bwril M. lbs. iM McCaitkT. S. StolMkiMt. f.
for evening w.ar..i 8 to 1 over the Tars. Ctol. mt Tbroop. I; Kirylmki: S. B.. was tossed out of the 'f\t\\\
kmtttd 1.. HMI. II; Tkrao*. 17. game by Umpire Sinconi in the 'i
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::5r \ Light Weight Slacks FSL Directors Fletcher TrimsJacksonville called fifth inning.strike violently.Aleno disputed a WorifsHnestHshiBg, ; .1 1\\t\\ o

ELAND DAYTONA
I Meet at DeLandThe .'rla po a| ak r k o* a : ..Boats, Guides OSSO
Wide selection: of materials and NineThe .....of 411556.iboo.f Sills \ac.\3
Kaiolk 41534N.pooosb IW 5554 I tt. \t\c.\.1
,1 colors. Sizes 28-SO.. directors of the Florida 'd til..t r{ 4 t 1 S IIBaoraor I SSUlaotkt 1 5 SI andTackle I IA \tjI t.\a
State League will hold their Fletcher Motors nine. Orlando' .. I t I f t2| .odarlk 4 1 311 I & \\ ,oee4 I
regular
Atom.Ik I 1 I I llPklloilk 4 1 5 I 1P. ilbb..is -
monthly meeting at the Put- official Softball represent- ...)' 4 I 111 tnilp.kl| 4 I I I I l1 .- I4d' \.f.G\Q\\
Terrycloth Matched nam Hotel at DeLand at 10 >am. atives. scored a 6-4 victory over Cloterku 4111 SIBooju.!k 15112 : 1ESIIYATIOICS City ,
T.urf Ik 4 1 1 1 lSlMppord| 4 I S I I .
Beach Robes Swim Sets today. Routine matters are slat the Sargent's Seat Cover team of H'.dera'a,1f 1 1 1 lM| _.p 1 I S SI c L1.UIIALL t."ti
ed for discussion according to Jacksonville in a fast game at Wklup Silt .,.-Tletaoult I S I I S
fuilknorp till '!Jtlld. I. I S I
Fin. quality Trunks and shirt Assorted President Al Combs. Exposition Park last night. Pimp IIIiIlb-Mo. ..wa. lISPS i'

Carlisle Swofford went the route ..
Long wear. colors and
patterns. .
Tout. U 7 1117 llToUfe| SI I TIT 14DoLud
for Fletcher and limited the visitors CM IM tit-TD

to six blngles. two of the tou ,,_.--_.,____lot to* 101-| :.. -. 59135 I&lIS.l35IPHONE

: p Jj scratch variety. The visitors scored d.EmmWoddolL..:. M"" .. Buu CtoJk batted 1.I.Tej.-.-8eJ&a.. Wadded.-,

all their unearned runs on three aol_. Wklu. oader. 8kll... FUlpskl. ....... 5321.MARCO.FLORIDA -
alAn m hits and three errors in the eighth Tw. ban kill: tlbrt.. Waddoll. Ootek.: Btolcm .
.....: 1"1. X. !'era. Oottk.: Badiflect. BudtrOB. -
tie the The
Inning to game up. .
1 Wtddoil. Pnaa. Poukla pl., : CloI" lRoaa
locals put two tallies across in the t* Prn. llortoa la Ctadcr to 8hll.. left I
(dlothicr 2 Men': JOE TINKER last of the eighth for the win. .. .fca..: DoLaad I. DaytOBa. a. Baoo oa kalla:
L.- 1,11. 50Jsrksoa.vt04. tI...: Off Wb5t&I. MerloB 1. Btruck oat: By WklU T;
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tea M* i4 -ifleteoer Porai I: Bottom 1. Rita: Off MortOB U I -
'ii' TESTIMONIAL Moton Mt tl 525-4 Bten It o4 T ,...: off WhHo IB t InotaglI
206 N. Orange Are.I sad 1 "" .. Off iMlkim- t Irnilnrt L P.....
kalta:| SII", "... 1l1eIa..... Will.... sunlit:
6\\V NIGHT Assault Captures ....IrL TAiai Pucker: UortOB. Umplrat. Luttly Car and Truck
aid -'- TIOM of COM: I:tI.I .

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Grey Lag HandicapNEW LESLIE. RUSSO SIGN

Join in honoring: Florida's YORK API Assault. 1946 NEW ORLEANS TAP] Jock

baseball Hall of horse of the and Leslie. Flint. Mich. featherweighttitle !
only living year triple crown

Fame star. Send your gift to champion last place to came win charging the $40.000added up from- I I Rahway.contender N. J..and 130-pounder Freddie Russo.win REPAIR and SERVICE

JOE TINKER TESTIMONIAL -
Grey Lag Handicap at Jamaica meet in a return 12-round bout

FUND Florida Bank at Let's Dance second', at the Municipal Auditorium here
yesterday. was
G y fir ef off e Orlando. and Coincidence third with Stymie I I Monday night May 19. atESTABLISHED

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Poge, 10 lr J;, thmMU ,ntIn1-( .@'tir Orlando, Florida, May 4, 1947 12345 4789101119 19 20t$2fl324t326$ 272$231

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: Sanford/ Farmers Market 1 Stock Market

I Quotations II ,
Stock
100-
Closing. _
The following prices reported by Plan Meeting

the Dealers on the Sanford State Holds ToRecovery
1 STOCKS IN THC SPOTLIGHT L
Farmers' Market for produce aold NEW YOU RAP l tal*. elin price Uelede Oas _.__-_ 4 8 S S ,

to Truckers and Dealers up to and net c....... *f ....- II ...**. actIve Lthlgb CAN _.___ 3 IDS 10% 10% I !
1947. 1t.,1I., ...t.r..>r: LlIH>-? 01... ._n 1 110''% 110''% 50% A public meeting has
12:01 a.m. May 4, I CIry.i.r .11.2...* .ue 14Param LJbbMeK A ti u 1 8% 8% 8% Line.DOWJONCS 8580i- _ by .the Orlando
Beans, Snap-Bu. Hpr. $2.503.00 Pith 4,400-243e-- LOtkhefd: : tire _-_ S HH 14 Vs 14'iLoews plaed at 8 Zion
Wednesday ,
en Motor J.'OO-Sl Wu Wt Inc 33 n 2134 23LorlI1ard | Council for p.
Doz. Bun. .. ... ..75JO -
Beet AVCMAOCS {
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Std Oil NJ l.SOO-$* U* V* (P) J 18V. ItV* 18SMack In'the synagogue Ohev Shalom
Beet Bu. Hpr 1.5- 1.50 M NEW YORK (UP) DowJOMt" closins
chano 75
Soar* lolbuck J.700-n no
The subject
50-lb. Sz. .75- 1.10 : C.. lilac 1-100-3. us : Truck __n. 1 473.i 4141"'4 avarag**: Church and Eola Sts.
Cabbage- Pnn *>.. 1.100-20 ... chases User (RH ____ 2 33% 33* 33tt Stock*: Oon Hioh Lw" CU*. Nat ell. 'I of the will be Palestine
Celery Golden-Crate, A... Airline 3.306-1.v.- Maria Midland __ S 7V. TV. '1V 30 ind 171.71 174.17 In." 174.0 up S.SS 10 meeti Nations.
Precooled 3.754.251 I Laow 1,301-22 no e........ I Marshall Pleld _n' 8 27 26*i 27 I II 20 rail. 4S.U 4S.73 45.S4 4I.(9 u* 0.17 Before
__ IS titil 34.1 34.25 M.II 34.22.110.53' 65 the last 25 an1
Unit Air J.lOO-20'lo u. Vt Martin loLl n 15 MVi 22'4 JJV4 Events of years
Celery, Pasca'\-crate.\ 3.754.25 .urlinMill. 3.0OO-17a u.C.ltI' %. I' Mld-Cont Prt ... 2 34V"* 34Vs 3434MoKenTrite !1 (5 athu 11.1S (1.5 (1.32 41.30. uP. '.17 in particular the experience of the
CUt'umbers-Bu. Hpr. 2.50- 6.75'EggplantBU. & Sl.ooe3 n. chano _.. S S 8 SMontiom Sandal Cls Net eh. _
Tee PaC Ld Tr 2.700-11'/4 MICJum I Ward ._ 11 S4 M'.i': Mi II' i 40 bond 103.CO off 0.03 6S lat war have proved the justice
Hpr. 3.254.00 12% 13 1* lit rail --- 110.74 off 0.04Id -
Gas aV Ci 2.00--11 ue MiSoconv Murray Corp --- 3 13 Id rail _. 1I0.74.ff 0.04 1 I I and the urgent necessity of fulfilling

Lettuce. ICt'berg-Crate, Vac 2.IOO-U'Ao-JAI N i *' 2d rail __-___--_ 91.O4 .ff 9.02 > of the
Dry Pack .. .. 2.252.75 i Studhakr .(_2O...* uo ...4 I' Kasb-KelTinator 12 17 184 17 < 1* util .__. h 10S.11 .ff '.04 50ACCORDIN _____________________ the high purpose
United Care 2(00-3 Mi' u. (4 Nat Biscuit -- 1 29V 29H 293', [ --... Palestine Mandate, Zionist. leaders
Peppers-Bu. Hpr. 6.008.00 I Nat Can = ==_ 3 lOVs 10Vi lOVi i iI i 1* ind 1O4.S1 unchngd'Transactana the highest fer the month the.keepin .
I' New York: APt Closing storks: I! Nat Cih Rev- -. 4 39*. 39H 39'% In stacks ud in aa.a.as I Iyesterday .. TO THEM FIGGERS I been a i point was on here contend.
Potatoes, Red Bliss- ACF-Brlll Mo 1 (%. (.i I'.. I Nst DaIry Prod ...- 2 31V 31V 31V, ? Industrials. 3T.3OO; raiic. 16.4IO; 8th when the thermometer hit 91. Like I says of the nations now In
50-lb. Commercials, I i Air Reduction I 32". P 32 v. 32'. I Nat Distillers .. 12 20% 20"4 MVi utilities i 9,400-total, 17,1(0. on my weather chart, the month of' Moa

1.75 j Alaika: Juneau 2 4.,. 4 4 : Nat Gypsum 2 19 18% 18% give' me this time of year fer a preference, Naton a membM
Sx. I'All"nhBT Corp 13 (*. 34 3>,i Nat Lead .. ... 4 ,28% 28% 28% NEW YORK (IAPJ Despite con- ;: April homt done so.bad by us. April Fools Day .f the I.upe were
.' Potatoes, Red Bliss- Allia-Ch SLIt S 33\02 33'i 33H Nat Pow A U -_ 1 1.. 1"I" taint too cool| Qn hit taint too hot. Jest sort parties covenant with the

50-lb. Sx. A's.. 2.502.85 Am Airline ____ 3 10V. 10V. 10V Nehi Corp .__. 1 nile 17V 17V, I I siderable irregularity, the was the coolest with a low reading of 59 and Of mOlces feel Iffe's wuth livin.
I Am Cable & R.d.. 1 5 S\ SAm Newport Induct .u 1 28%, 28% 28% i market yo'all I Jewish people, they pointed out,
Squash Yellow Bu. C.a. 2 93V4 93V. 53'. NT Central RR ... 11 IS"4 13V. '; yesterday stepped : the Jewish people now

Hpr. ............ ... 2.003.75 Am Car k fir .... 1' 45% 45% 43 V Northern Pacific .. S 18S 16% 15'1'1'I its best recovery week since .stOCk'l I addlnJ the UN trustees *f
Am For Pow ___ 1 4H 4"%! 4% O to as
Squash, WhiteS Bu. Am tXKODIOtlTt ___ 4 234 23 23 Ohio On .___ n. 12 243V1 23% March with,a modest Orange County f INTERNATIONAL POLL the world's conscience to maintain -

Hpr. .... ...... JO2.00 Am Pow A Lt ___. 11 12>4 12% 12% 1 Omnibus Corp ._ 1 10''. 10v. loH i i'Otis
r Am Rid lit St 8 ... 2 14Vi It V. 14V. Elevator .. 3 26 V. 2KV MV.I IO..n although dealings and breadth, Court Records the Integrity of that undertaking -
Sweet Potatoes Bu. Am Roll Sun 4 30* 30..e 30H' I'| *.!!! Glass ... 1'7 77 77 I II I .

Hpr. .. ..... .. 2.503.251 I Am Smelt A R 1 53% 53% n% I P II i iPae were the smallest since 1944.. j MAftMIAaC: APPLICATION U.' S. Britain Switzerland/ Members of Hadassah and the
Am Rtl Mrs ? _. 2 30 30V. 30V. 1 PaOa1 ft: Elee .-. 1 37 37 37 I ,
Tomatoes Crates 36 Am Tel A Tel 4 155'. 1115% 165' I Tin Cons _____ I 5V 84.; 5V, I I'Packard Bidding by professionals ; Raymond- Lawrence' Luther, bill cutler. I Zionist Organization of Americaand

1-lb. Carton ......... ...... 8.008.50 Am Tob B. 14 67 111% 67 Motor _u. S 8% I Vi 8% throughout the six sessions was (14 RUlereat Av*.. and Mary Virgin! Car- the Massada group par-
Am Viscose 2 47V4 41"41.8 I Pan Am Alrwari 3 12% 12% 12V% I' w
Tomatoes, Crates, I Am Wat Wks 1 15% 15% 15% Param Picture 44 24% 24% 14% ,based partly on dividends, split- j ver. Rout 4. Box 647. High in Democracy Bracket ticipate. The meeting i open to

40 Ibs. .... .. fl.00-10.00 Am Woolen II 33% 33% 33% i.P.rkUtahCunU: 3 2% 2'.. '2% I ups and belief the list was due' Prank: :Buford Hyler, 24. Arm, New- the public
Anaconda Coo ___. 12 35*4 3n%. 36% ''Park D...la __ 2 35V4 35V4 35% ,,
Grapefruit Box ... ... 1.75 for a good technical revival after J Ji berry. S. C- and 8.rh Prcoee -
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I Armour J. Co J2 12% lIT. 11% Patino Mine ... 1 12 12 12 I > GEORGE GAlLU'Diretr
Oranges, Box .. . 3.00 | Assd Dry Ooo.b.u 1 17 17 17 i Penney JC> ... .. 3 '40% 40% 40% I i\ three successive losing months.' 22, secretary. 251 S. Msln. pelt.a'i Amencoo I Institute of Publir, Denazification Law
Atch T 8 P 7 (0" 79% BOJi Penn RR .- --__ 35 20 19% 20 I II 'Participation by brokerage custo-I SUITS IN CHANCERY Oni
All Refining J 34% 34'. 34% I Pepsi-Cola __ _. IS 28V4 21% 28V4Pluer. '., Donald O. Ritchie ... Agnes M. Ritchie, : PRINCETON; N. J.Russia's appropriate ,
Atlss Corp 2 22% 22S 22% Chss At Co. 3 48 41 '47V"'* ; mers still was slack due to sleepI i I'' divorce. Routs 120 ProfessorsVIENNA
Eggs and Poultry i S ; Phc4ps Dodga _-- -. 3 39 V. ]!I 39V I|i ticism over wage-price situations. Everett Chllion ,.. Abbie Masts CblV- the term "democracy" in describing he own government i
Bald Loco 3 20% 20%. .20% : 1 24% 24% 24%. I I divorce TAP The U. S.-spon-
JACKSONVXLU (AP) Florid nearby Bait Ohio 4 11% 11% 11%' I I ; noJ Corp ======= 8 2A>, 24 28% i>I the business outlook, taxes andI son.Eva V. MIle ... I. W. Phillips, et *U has not met with any noticeable of acceptance in sored Wiener Kurier said yester-

rash eggs: I Barnsdall Oil ___ 15 24%" 24H 24%' 'Philip Morris ___n 8 30V" 30% JOVsI I I foreign affairs. quiet title. I other countries.
All .gale to retailer Rendlx Aflat 1 32% 32% 33% I Phillips Pet ._.u 8 55 54 v; ss I I 1 John W. Godwin vs. Isola I. Godwin day 120 professors already have
Net Cur. Best Foods 3 23% 23V. 23% 1 Pressed Stl Car ... 1 12V4 12%. 12V4. The market firmed in spots dur- divorce. In-the United States only one in 20 thinks there been dismissed from Vienna colleges -
Grade A Wt. Mkt.: _.. 10 all (5% all Procter At ._ _. person
Beth Steel Gist 2 60% 80% M% ing the last few minutes of the Bert! O. Goodal el ux. adoption. < ,
Fer di. Per dg. Boeing! Airplane 22 18 17 IS Pub Sec NJ _u____ 2 24 24 24 i Kllxabeth Reed 5s. Kugene M. Sneer taI i is democracy in Russia. Fewer -- under the Austrian Denazification -
Large _._______i______ 24 os CC'I Borden Co 2 42 42 42 Pullman .______ 2 351. 55% SS% final proceedings but losers were junction. I than one-sixth in such countries I Law.
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Medium ._._-_______,___---- 21 82 Borg-Warner 2 43% 43% 43% I Pure Oil nn____ 8 24% 24% 24% plentiful at the close and numer- !
Small -----________ 18 47 I Braniff Alrw 2 10% 10% 10% M :; SUITS IN COMMON"rLA"'od I as Norway Sweden and Holland Prom the world-faou Univc- (
Extra large __ ____________ 28 S8 Brlrgs Mfg 4 34"34% 34% 'Radio Corp ______ 19 8\.8. 8% .: ous pivotals did nothing. I, H. KrUchktr vs. K.tI call Russia a In I Mr. C. F. Johns sity of Vienna alone.53 have
Sale direct to consumer Budd Co .. ( 11% 12% 11V. I i -- 11 13V4 13% 13%' son et "" damages.COUNTY j' democrac.
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Net Per Bulova Watch 1 ta 2S 2( aII-iP.rJ':; =- 1 31 31 31 i Transfers of 250,000 shares JUOOC'S COUMT Fnce. with its I dismissed.

Grade A Wt. Dos, Burling Mills 30 17% 16'i 17% Repub Avis __nn_ S S% SVi. S% were a low since July 29, 1944, Pint and final report, estate of Oeorg about one in every four' ------ -
Per ds. IB Crts I I Burr Add Mseh ____ I 14 13% 13% I Repub Steel -____. 7 25% 25% 25% A Moyer. nit part
Large ____-----_-___ 24 os 85 j C'C.Il.hID I\, Revere Cop *: Br 1 18% 18% 18% and compared with 290.000 In Pint and final report, **tl. of Jtmes voter so. M. Butler., he Is survived by two
Medium _____________ 21 60 j' Z-LH4 ... 4 2H 2'. 2% Reynolds Tob B _.. 2 37% 37% 37'' the previous short stretch. J Cullen Jr.In.enton. Because of widespread differences I Dies at of 79 ;! Lula and
Small _________ 18 531Cxtra Can Oil O 'Al. ___ 2 14V. 14V. 14V. : I and .Dpul.... estate of Kobert .. in the term democrc. Age siter. Mrs. Edward
large __ _--____.--__ 26 68 Cased Packing: ____ S 11% US 11% t Safeway Stores ____ 1 21% 21% 21% 'The week's aggregate was 4,328- K Bennett. interpreting j Mr. B. bth of
Sales U Bales to i Carrier Corp ..,n_ 2 12'. 15% 15% !Scbenle-y Distil. ___ 28 28%' 28% 231 VSeara I INSTMUMtTNTS FILED a international poll ha| Laurel Miss. a J.
Retailers Consumers i CelaDeM Corp K 19% 19%' 19% Roebuck: 37 33% 33 33 I, 820 shares against 4,379,670 the L to determine what j ;
I
Uv Dressed lIure.Dressed I: Cent Foundry I 9% 9'. 9% I! serel Inc .. _==== 2 12% 12% 12% 'week before and was a bottom Wstter State et Bank al ...of.. Apopka: to Barney bep .- Mr. Charles Franklin .Johns. 79. Henry, also of Laurel, Miss.. and
PlIIM Dressed At DrwPYTIPI Dr'wn C.rr d. Pas -_- 1 32 32 32C.rt.la.T..d I SheU Onion Oil ... 2 26% 2a". 211'- Barn. L ersetaa (.' T J Smith people themselves consider democracy -j;former cattleman and meat mar- two including
2-3 Ib* 35 13 41 62 ,' Prod 2 15 15 15 Simmon Co ..._. 2 33"33.' 33 since the period of March 22. (3200Herold to be, and what nations : grandchidren. RbI
Ohl 1 44% 44% 44% Sinclair Oil .. mtg ; ket operator and native of Orange ert .
Broilers under Cbts 11 15% 1SV4: 13% On the day Chrysler extended K Knapp et us to BeaiamlnYeager democratic their : Buter.
2 Ibs 35 (3 41 n Ch :M 8p A Pee 13 9% 9% 5 I Socony Vacuum .. 28 1S% 15% 15V its wd* 101. they consider by County, died Saturday at his -
Friday bulge 1% at 102
by .
'' 1 19 19 19% %
Hen heary Chi & NW % %' Sou Cal Edison 2 31 30% 31 definitions.It .
breeds 36 81 40 50 Chrysler Corp 44 102% 100% 102% Southern Pacific .. 10 38% 38U 38% Norfolk & Westernwas up two at James PreUsch et :wd et S10.ux to Jeme B'iTT'8lmmoll' ow home on Oak Ridge Rd. In Pine LT. JOHN F. BOENEB

Hens light breed 2* 43 33 49 :I Cl.?. Floss S 40 39% 40 Soutoern R, u_._ 2 35% 35% 3S% 231 and Johns-Manville 3 1at '! John Byrde ux et ux ta James Pretxsch: et 'was. found that the United Castle. He had been ill four wek Milton Collier local American
Coca-Cola 1 23% 25% 25% N carrY Corn A 3na 4A *na: _
CURS STOCK LIST I ColgeU-Palm P __- 11 43% 42% 43V, Spiegel l Inc- .. -... 11 10% 10% 10% 118 12. Modest improvement was., ux im. to Charles Ooble States England, Switzerland Born on June.6, 1867, Legion Commander, asks Orlando

Furnished through courtesy of Merrill, Col Fuel A II'u.. S 14% 14% 14% Stand Brands .-_ 4' 31'. 31% 31%' shown for General Motors U. S. et Henry ux .wd Eggleston 110. et ux were given the hlth- Butler, Mr. Johns was married to I members to attend at 9:45: ajn.tomorrow .
I Colum 0 A Kl .___ 8 10'. 10% 10'Comi /. Stand Oil Cat _
18
56 58
Lynch. Pierce reDDer it Bne: % S6%
Leroy J Ivans et .1 to Sarah HII..rdAkerman est votes as democratic eoun- Margaret Priscilla Patrick on May the funeral of Lt.
Aluminum Co. of Amer---------- 584 Credit ... S 40 39% 39% Stand Oil Ind 4 41 4040% Steel. Bethlehem American Telephone Joh
Amer. Cyanamld Co. B -_ 42% I Coml SolTenta .. 2 24 24 2i .| Stand Oil NJ ... 36 70 69% 69% Standard Oil (INJ.l [following K R .Oertner awltn et 1fttl.vx to Plr list :SankOrlando : tries in a, list of approximately 7, 1890. She preceded him in f Boener, 26, who was
Amer. On Elee.: __________n 39% Com with: Edts 7 30 30 3Oi Stand Oil Ohio ... 1 26% 211"211"- mtg 110,000. a idosen. death five ago. an airplane crash in Tokyo Japan
.23 3 2% 3 over-subscription of a big years
Ark. NeIL das A 4% i! Comwlth South Sterling Drug 3 39% 39! % 39! % Elmer C: Jones et to Joe V Taylor
Amer. Light *Traction 32%' Cons Edison 4 26% 26% 26% Stolll\: \ -V.. Camp 1 17',' 17%" 17%. secondary offering], Burlington wd iio. ux ; Russia, Yugoslavia, Poland and Mr. Johns was affectionatelyknown sometime in January.
Barium Steel 4% : Cons Vultee =====.- 10 2554 15% 15% Stone & Webster 2 13% 13% 13%. "Uncle Charley" to Services for Lt. Boener son of
J Melf as
William. B Neif et to ,
.____._ i iI Mills U. S. Lines ux Wlta. { ranked low in the h
Creole Pet. Corp. -7% Cent Can 1 37% 37% 37% I Studebaker: Corp 21 20"11! % 20% Montgomery Span pl.
Cltle Service 2'CO" % I Con Motors .nu_ 1 (% S%, *% I I Sunny Oil 15 10% 105. 10% Ward United Aircraft, Anaconda et J uz R wd Howard 110. to Janet wd *10.James highlights were: adult friends and as "Papa" I Mr. and Mrs. Henr A. Boener,
Anna 29 Cost 011 Del __ 1 40%' 40%' 4034Corn Sunshine MOl ._ 1 9'. 9". 9 Oruo held
Patent % nn % Kennecott duPont and General L Begley Jr et P Herrick: 1-More than one-third of the to the young ters. He bad residedin ; 845 N. Mills .. be atEiselsteinWigginton
% Kichanse .10 54 54 54 : Swift ot Co 1 33 IX
Elee. Bond Sharo Co---------- 11 on i -- -- % 33% 33% I (
___ % 69 69 e4 uz wd S10.Lawrence of the United States feel Castle more than 50 Home for
ralrchlld Bag. & Airplane Carp. 2% Corn Products n 2 69 % T a Electric. to Win I i people Pe year
Olea Alden Coal Co. 17*' Crane Co _. ___h__ 7 32V. 32 32 Texas Co _____ ____ 3 60 60 60Teiss 1 & Dohme H Courson et Stanley al mtf Flynn SZ.OOO.*tux there no democracy in one time Mr. Johns served ''Funerals. Paul Crank and the
Sharp yielded ,2 .5-8 ,
_____ 28 28% i Egland.and
Crucible Steel 3 28%
Oulf Sulpb.. 1 48%
Or AU. Pae. Tea Co. 100 48% 48%
Humble Oil JRefg. _- 69 Curtis Publish. ___. 11. 9 I Tex Pac C 0 ... 7 30% 30 30% at 22 7-8 on a drop in net and ley Will Plvan H Courton et ux et1us'tol.awrence Stun- I abut- the same _5 mark and brand inspector tor 'Rev. Russell D. Shaw, pt chaplain -

Lone Star Gas Co. 19% Curtisa-Wrlght. n__ 35 5 5 Tex Pac L Trust __ 21 18V4 18 18% American Airlines 1-8 at 10 1-4 Richard W Plekerill.m. et ux to Robert L agree with that. In the the State. conduct on behalf -
Niagara Hudson Pw. Corp. __ 8%' Cutler-Hammer __ 1 22% 22% 22% Tide Wit A OU __ 12 20>/. 2O% 20V4 t wll
--- u Gunnels et .wd tlO. the include two i the
ux daugh legion.
I I attitudes
NUes-Beement-Pond Co. ________- 12'. .0Deer. ; Transamerka ___ 3 12% 12%' 12%' in the wake of Income loss in the Gunnels et to Ped Say Pantepec Oil of v... _. __________. 10%' A Co .... 3 36% 36%! 36%" I Trt-<:on& Corp ..___ 26% 6% 6V4 first quarter. American Chicle. Robert Ails rate S6930.ux P fact that; Britain still has a king I ter J. Hanel Pine Castle -
Sonoton Corp. .hn_______ 3%' Del Lack: A West -- 1 '1% 7V. 7V I Twent C-Fox ____ 6 311% 31 31Onion ;I nten Marlowe I et ux to Albert L Wll- j have had influence. postmaster H. C. IN MEMOMIAM
Seh-lle. Inc. ______ 4%' Detroit Edison: ____ 10 23% 23% 23%' U dipped 11-2 at 146 and Dow : wd 110. \. may sme I In memory of J.m. Pafford Korean.wne .
Bund. Pw. Light __________ J%" Dist Corp-Seag un 24 13% 13% 13% Bag P _._ '2 30 30 30 I Chemical 1 1-2 at 156 1On ,I Archie" nx Ervlnc Cannon Jr at ux to Fir 2-The put Switzerland. Tyner. also of Pine Castle; a son! died la ."le U bis country W.
St. Regis Paper Co. .. ._ S Dome Mines _____ 1 16% 16% 16% Union Carbide ___ 2 100 89% 99% Ped Say .nd Man mtg 7500. the United States and, Dwight Johns. Pine Castle 10 4. 194S.
Textron __- ________-____ 14li Douglas Aircraft _.. 4 62 61% 62 Union OU Cal _-_n 1 21% 21% 21% I the offside were great Northern of Ln Park: cancellation of lien. I Lovlni hiuband. Jalthlu! father
United Oa Corp.- __-:... ___ 15%' Dresser Indust _____ 3 17% 17%" 17% United Air Lines ___ S 27% 26% 27% I Railway Schenley American Can I| CIt ux to Travelers Ins Co 1 1mtg 1 I Egland.ahead of their own count grandchildren and 1 great-grand Hew w* misa your presence here;
W. V. Coal Coke 11 duPont de N. ___n_ 1 181%' 15134" 15134 United Aircraft _h 33 20% 19%' 20V4 ( Z.nde I I the democratic way children. I I Home' and world for than you eherlihid.
Kalser-Praser ____ 6% II UnIted -Corp --____ 26 3%' 3% 3V4 I Republic Steel. Goodyear Glenn I II II John-,031.0., et .! to M 0 Zsnder et ux I II 1 trm two-thirds of theFrench Services will be announced b'y Are darkened: since your panlni, dear.
Krecer Grocery _____ 42 Eastern: Air L _u__ (23 23 23 United Fruit! n_ 4 483. 48 V 48% Martin. Public Service 'of New I! wd, 10. fi.. .
United Dnit -. -- ._ 1% Kl Power A U ____ 2 14% 14% 14% United Gas Imp ... 1 23Vi 23V. 23V4 I 1 Jersey and Union. Carbide. i! Harry 0 Jones et ux to Plr Fed Sar people think France hasa'democracy. Fairchild Funeral Home. W. think: of you, my darlIng
| Eng Pub ServIce __ 12 211% 28% 28% Unit-Rex Drug ____ 4 8% 8% 8% Not .. dead but
1000. with
and contrasts
i Erie RR 7 9% 9V. 9V.Pares __..___ LaalllAll1 lt. This U.u
1
CHAIN HANOI: I .n --- US Gypsum 1 97% 97% 97% Associated Press fiO-stock composite Fir I and Loan. Awn to Harry 0 1 Wilting at the .
CHICAGO (AP p US Rubber .__ 3 47%. 46% 47%. Jones et sm. the United State where nearly T. greet at Gods wilL
Tel A Rid 2 6% 6% 6% __ was up .1 of a point at 63, nx Obituarie ,
Huh a.CleM I US Steel 20 70% 70% 70%. Corers Ifortaa aol
Oren have
J Florida Pow -__.___ 1 15% 15% 15% V nn its fourth successive Homer W Wright .t ux to Herbert- aSanderson : nine, in every' 10 say we a
'W UT- I advance. Daughter
assign mtg MR. WILLIAM BUTLERMr.
)In. 2.115'" J66 JSHi 311% o _._ _____ Vie Chem Wks _n_ 1 42 42 42W.I.orth The week's gain 1.4 points Marvin Cleo Barnes 11.0.11 to Cites GMsxrnder.et democracy.The .
2 2.24% Oea Clee 35 35% 34% 35% W was William O. Butler 73, died IN
July 2.24% 2.2S% 2334 MCMOHIAMIII
Sept 2 17H 2.18% 2.18% 11IV. ,,0en Foods ___________ 3 42 42 42 Co. 3 10 10 10 widest since the period concluded Walter ,Zimmerman ui mtg 4500.et ux 10 Jesse L U.'S. survey was conducted Saturday at his home. 1212 W. loving memory of our on. Lt. leek L.
38 59 59 59%
Motors %
Oen oo Warner Bros Pie 4 15V. 15% 15% by the American Institute of .
Dee ._ 2.15% 2.15 2.14V 3.11 March 22. Besrdsler et ax mtg (23,000.Jesse Gray who lest his ill. May 3rd. Iwhile
tOen Pub Util __ __ 4 14Vi 1434 14% Princeton Ave. after .
I West Ind Sue 4 28 27% 21". a lingeringillness "
serving In 8. Army Air
CORNMet L et Zimmerman Affiliates In other .U.
nx Public Opinion.
OUlette Oaf R __ 1 29% 29% 29% Bcad.le C alf ]or.
1 U% 112". 1.10" 1.11'1. n I West Un Tel A h__ 3 19 19 19 Yesterday's was the narrowest et 10. Mr. a retired railroad '
Jnly 1.IIHa 1.35% 1.53"% 1.54% t Qoodrich Goodyear ___._._ 6 3 10"aoV.56'5631. 56 50OrshamPaic. %.... I Westing Air Br _n. 2 30% 30% 30% market since 'Sept. 23, 1944 only Louis'J OeLaod et uz to Pssouale OuaI countries conducted the same Buter. made his I A nreclous one from us has so,.
Westing Elee __ 1 24% 24% 24 ,
%
.._ 1.47 1.48V4
Sept. 1.45% 1 48% .u I dams wd 10. or 'similar survey. A TOlee we loved I* stilled.
Dee. 1.39% 1.39% 1.31V 1.393.. Mot__ 2 4 3.% 4 Whit. Motor .___ 1 24'. 24V. 24V. ; 614 issues registering. Of these Henry M Goldman et Wlllism home here for eight years. ,He A place U vacant la our ..
RT ft 2 41 41 41 10.
Ot Northn l Results follow
Willys-Overland ... 18 9'. 9% 9 : i
OATS 327 178 fell and 199 Kuhn Its pendens. That never ean be filled
member of
Greyhound Corp .__ 9 30% 30% 30% I | rose. were un- was .a the College I
WtUon A Co 6 12% 12 12
:117 19% 89% 68% 89% Drum Alre En .____ 1 21% 21% 21% 1 A J Wela.IDlr .tldulc "Do think there Is democ-
July 80 80(4( 79H $0Sept. Woolworth (PW) 3 ,45% 45 4534Touncot changed. Schenley was-the week's you Park Methodist church. The loneliness IB our heart
U' Gulf Mob A Ohio uS.% 9V 9% W.le "
74% 1* "%' 14% Gulf Oil __ ______ 2 (2%' 82 82N Y i liveliest mover with a net decline IdDa Usurer affidavit. racy in the following countries? Services will held Monday 1* all w* can beat
Dee. eo. ,2% 72% 72%' 72% n I Z 8h! T._ 1 ,,12'% 62% 8234Zenith I of' 1 5-8 points at 28 14. I W.ler C Lee to PO.f'r Def Co QCd 10. UsA at 2 p.m. from b We miss you more ach day

BARLEY ____ 6 B Maurer Dev Co Ts No No ,, EieltelnWlrfton St..1 called you to ear.
Hayes Ufr 1 6% 8% % Po..e. G h.
:U.* -. 1.4434 Houston Oil ___ 1 22% 22"22"'-. Radio _.n._ 1 17% 17% 17% i Cotton was off 95 cents a baleI i"'USA .. IS 01. Home for I Mr. sad )1" 3. A. Or.
(10.J Feral.
Zonlt Product ___ 2 i -- ----- 41
I S I
LARD- D Rockctt .t ux Powers Dv C. I I I
Hudson Motor 3 18% 16 16V. I to up 65 cents. At Chicago wheat Znglasd 37 George E. officiate.
n.-.4
M 2120 It 2O 21.20 u Approz: final total e.terd.250.000..
July ,21 ted 10. | CARD OP THANKS
I Prance _________ ._. 25Koliaod
Sept. .-_ 20.90 20 10 _20.'! 2075 I mID I' Central ___. 8 22% 22% 22% I | ended unchanged to off 3-4 of a T A Taylor et ux to Pe.er Dee Co.I ____-- -28 4 42 Burial will be In Greenwood W* wish to thank: everyone for their
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Oet. 19.12NOT lloterlake: Iron _____ 2 11H 11% 11% CHICAGO LIVESTOCK cent a bushel corn down 1-8 to .cd 10. AaBta __._______n1 61 2* Cemetery.BesIdes. kid.l'a end thou.hUllln. I the 1
18.40 i lot Nick: Can .___ 2 33 32',. 33 CHICAGO LAP> USDA) Salable hogs I lone and oats 1-4 to 3-8. Bonds T A Taylor et al l .A J .Weiuinger etux I'I _.__--__.._ 2 his widow Mrs. Julia e eI .I. sod mother ..
up sm _____ ______ I Tb Family
lat Pacer ._____ ( 43 42% 42% I 500. total 3-iOO (estlmatedl; compared Russia h= a 13
COTTON CLOSING' I lOt Tel A Tel u__ IS 12'12 12% : week ago: market steady 50 hIgh with were uneven In the smallest trans- J D Rockett: et al to A J Welstinier .m I Tucoilayls _____..____ 4 5. 3 ----- -- ---

NtW: ORLEANS: Weekend evenincU I stoat advance on weights under 250 lbs ; actions since 1917.Saturday's 'wd Annie Orena to Joseph W .Jones et ux Spain n___ nun t 1 t = --
rati_. c._. irr*.ul.riti** In c.t- I JO ..-"aD.tu. u__ 3 11(%' 117 11(% ''sows 25- 0 higher.SalabI. '10. FPSNCEYes ---1
ton future. H.r. ...*'.flI.y. The Kuril** Jones A L BU --- 8 32"32' 32%' :; .. cattle 300 (estimated): total not curb gainers Includ- J W Maddox et ux to Pervl P Swauaassign ICo No OP. f---, LocatedflTlZENS I

ld at..." 96 c*"t* a bass ..it...r to 41 i K ,given I ; compare week: ago; fed steers and I, ed American Writing Paper, Cities mtg. \ 3siturlsad _____..._81 4' 14S ; I Conveniently ,
...tti ....r. ;iKennacott Cop ____ 10 44% 44% 44% 1 heifers, regaining early decline cloud generally Cent Fla Prod Cred AAa to Fred 8t USA ____ ________. 12 1 .
O.en Hieh Low Cues Kroger Co .__r__ 8 42 41%' 42 I strong; narrow demand all week:: :, Service, Rath Packing. Standard Lawrence ot nx sat crop Hen an real mU.Ernest I England .. .....11 1
--- -- however for stern and I Cap and Standard oil J HettDle el ux to ,X Bausch Franca __ 13I
My JVTJ 3J.74 JS.M M.M cc 18 yearlings trading of Ken- al -- : II III I
July n." JJ.a ll." ll.ts-M ..p 18 well up In choice. Instance 50 cents tucky. Turnover here was 70,000 .51 wd (S et al to Hugh Inc I Route ...24 1'1 11 NATIONAL BANK(
Oct. M.2O 19.M 2'.11 n.II.I..ff 8DM. 1947 cotton aeroao*"a. _ll as considerable lower; but good grades both steers and Ru..el. l.he. ._ _
98.4T 21..' ".17 28.12 sf9 8McH uncrtinty In ....flIl... __t.... I hlfra. finished active: cows remained I shares, same as a week ago. wd ;:Iuli ____L. : : : oimw w>w -
27.14 2T.94 "7.72 27."'*. *ff 5blid. trend scarce. very uneven but Maid; bulla i The bit board slipped a shade "0 Talley .*t uz to Curtis Whlttlngtonet I Greece _...:....--. __ S 10 44Spaha 01 ORLANDO I
i Some of the ..IIi... III dntant; contraeta strong te> 23 cents higher; vealers BO to ux wd (10.I ....,______h'u 2 II 12SwESEr. I Ii
was al.. attributed .. rlita.tdas 1 00 higher: stock: cattle more active, fully | Monday on 590,000 shares, theI I!( C J Cavenauxh I al .Archie XrviacCannon '. Member Federal Reserve System Member FiD.I.C. I
Jr et 10.
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NSW: YORK (A*) CottM futures ......'4 I from Ovrnmnt olfieial fr lwr steady at 17.30-21.00 an medium to choice week's minimum. Late selling uz 'Yea x. ISa ... .
trr..uUr ytrdy with *rlc: a $6 cnt a'1 i 'ri M. offering Kaaterai demand continued I I Rb. I Gregg. a ux .Travelers I.I :, Sweden _______.1 1 I
M" lower to 95 cent .hioher than. the. \I Open Miah. Low" Close .N.t. c" broad for medium to good klllar steersas I br floor traders dented most CO lt. .13.14.19.Wllla. Inglspd ___ __1, 1, i E Robinson at Court St. Dial 7141

.....1_* el***. Trading wa. modratlyetiy May 3f.(7 3S.90 35.72 35.M us 11 well as scant supply sh. stock and | lea ders. I Barlll.: et ux to aol.rt 1, USA __.__ _. _I r 1 I
ux '
with iMarhy ***it>...* a..op.rt.d fct July 11-"* 13.77 ll.SS 11.70-71.. 11.12 bull.; local outlet alao healthy as week .. Finland __ 3 :
*.tito mill buris.Ces.id.rsbi. .. Oct. 25.29 29.10 19." 29.1O.1 etC 11-14 closed: general killing ajuality steer and Steadier Inclinations appearedi P Loekmtller. uz to Francis JDaly I ___.5.
wd 110.Od.D P.nce
ouyln !. the .July *.li.... De. 2'.11 JS.S1 28.25 M.TS-Jg oft 16-19 heifer run less desirable than last week Tuesday on 840,000 shares although I _
See was k.l....*4 oy tr.<.r. t* Nit.t I Men ." 27." 27.79 27.79 off 17 and specially less attractive than two. i, losers Reeves et uz to Sol Wte..tel. I :: ._....- $:
predominated at the et mtg. : =
..resi.. assistS sales) to UNIIHA. May 27.97 2.7.S7 27.40 27.4O off 1* weeks: earlier; extreme top medium weight 3 I
The _k....* In "'.rn,, contract .....I Middling.. .*. .....*. ue 12. and weighty choice ateers 26.50 against;. close.i i' Dunham Concrete Co rel of lien. 'H. _____-____ 2 1 II I
._I.tM with preseset. for 1_....*.:I *-Nonwnal. 27.25 a week: earlier: only few loads above ,, __ Che 0 1..rude et uz to Ma.l.. ace I HOLLAND 'il'
211 25: beet> long yearlings 29.50 better i me rauy got going weanesaaywith Barnes et I Tee .150 .

rearllngs 24 SO: choice steers and year | steels and motors pacing a |< Armour Southern-Fertilizer Concrete Co Works rel of to lien.Mamie L I t.tall'. ._:___._._.57, 15,ft.1:: I : LUMBER'

lings 24.75-26: good grades closed ae- rise of one to three points gen- Jamersan ret mtg. I I 5. 10 2 '
tlv. at 22.00-24 SO strictly medium steersII.0020.75 I _
;
USA __ __ 15
W P Jamea to W A MeOre Jr f I
*
: good helfars finished *t 21.0013 Lerally. Partial settlement of the lieu (861.50. cl.1 Belgiam _____ 18 33Franc. I

A 00. trlctly good and eholc offering telephone r strike was helpful. Deal- i John B Baldwin to Speed Xnploye .. __on 11 3
Penny Buys I3.25-24.SO: odd beads 25.00: light eanner Ipr."r. I ___ 58
Credit Onion ch 1
;... on peddling basis at 10.50 down to ings approximated 780.000 shares. T L Bears et sax to' mtg.H B Beam et ux 11"auN. _____: 10 2 ; BUILDING SUPPLIES
I.SO. but attractive weight kinds as well The upturn was resumed Thurs agreement for deed I NO.WAYTN
is beef cows fairly active; strictly good 111.0.
I ICo oP.
cows to 19.25: '1110.' beef cows 14 00-17.00; day with oils taking the play following John P Camlcbos Leandro Pen- ,1084 ____14 IS I.21
I 11101 wd .
cutters 13.00 down I\ron..lcbt. to13.5O a boosted payment by (3250. Norway ,..70, 1 11Ingland '! Oak Pin. '
P H Mca. et ux to L 0 Rich et UX : Ftottriny Siding CeiIhgS
; heavy sausage bulls 'reached 17.25. == Flooring
& 6Mile Ride _.6l 23Franc.
and good beef bulls sold raiber freely at Standard IN J.I. Activity pickedup ,Orlando Philip- Bcrllol.: et ux to FJa Bank at __ __ 10 3'1 *

17 00 down; choice vealera advanced to to 920.000 shares. Top advances I W lt.. 1.0.A to A B Peterson Poland ._ '' _.1 5 3 53IRUa Sash Doors Mouldings Sash Weights Cord

15.00. a ___ __
reduced in the -
Salable sheep 2.000; (estlmatedl; total were maJority I mtg (2500. I :___.1 2 locks *
Sash Hardware
Builders Nails
,
H I Spines et to William 0 Faulkner : Ip.1 2 Roofing
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I not given; compared week: ago: receipts In- of cases at the last. A split- a _
,eressed over last week: but still only mod- et 11 .e : In'England no list was present- '
I "% up plan lifted Vulcan Detinning Fir and Loan.Assn-to William *
The economical Whiner bike trite: demand improved steadily and \I Cd. the voters being merely asked Cabinet.
motor Jo ph Duke t
: ux *m.i
20 two sales of 10
laughter lambs gained 78 to 1.00 compared points on shares i
takes you places for pennies! Go 125 to lit. last week:! fed wooled lambs each. i William Joseph Duke'.t .1 to James ) whehr they think England has And Mart Arlkles
: Wade wd 10.
50
comprised bulk: of supplies with a higheere.ntase The vote was yes Many
mile gallon of medium and good Chrysler was the star performer { J.me..1 Wad to Fir Pd .n aad Lass '
on a gas. Enjoy : grading ; : i I' cent, no 32 per cent, no opin
Spring lambs absent yearlings and ewes Friday holding a gain of 8 1-4 p
thrilling performance with America' ;.care*; moat good and choice fed wooled S a Sadler Jr *t uz .BeaueUir Orvs I t Ipercent.. ,
lambs 2250-23.25. Including three cars of points as a two-for-one split proposal I Inc wd 10. '
thriftiest motorized transportation. : 119 Iba. and three ears of 128 lb. averages !I and doubled dividend caught wd J 10.S Larrsb* e uz to ChsrlM Rats. In Cana the vote en' PHILLIPS INDUSTRIES INC.
at 23.00 and 22.50. respectively top '
23.50 of good andchoice Wall St. by surprise and touched I L Ovrtrt *t al Luclll Cls. 'whethr C8ac. have a de- ,

fOedarO"edt: aealing around I off heavy short covering. Plus Austin wd 10. I maeraey _JM per cent I PHONE _-!_.' MICHIGAN AVE. AT ACL KY.I .
I 90-95 lbs medium and good wooled lamba i B M I.. Cr'tU.. cent U
B per D8 ipinion per
to
a 20.00-2200. including 122 lb. wheatfleldsrs signs generally ran a point or James b.nkl Jert.l.e et 1
._ at 21.25; eight loads good and choice so and were trimmed In the last Walter : I, with another 14 per cent
91-102 lb. fd cUpped lambs mostly No. a I Boaton Davis ct al Ceola. Dumas
Try Whisker today! T... a rv!*> hour. American Chicle jumped giving qualified anawert.When .
pelt 2050-21.25. latter price late for five agreement for deed $100. I I -
the lowtwt eoet motorind tnatporttioa loads: few good and choice cooled .....b- 7 1-2 points also on a splitup pro- Mildred A. Tonng Yr .'Orlando A.. voter in all the countries I

en the market. Enjoy this ter ewe 10 00-10.50. comparable grade I, grain. Volume of 950.000 shares RsndaO. wd 10. I were asked "What does the term
T. Randall to Orlaado A. ;
and medium uz SURPLUS SALEThe
shorn S 50-9 00. load common M.lcoll SMALL LOTS
popular 2V. bonopowwr. ecoaomiCI wonted 9 00. was a top since April 21.WHAT Randall, wd 10. democracy mean to you?" the re-

bike motor. Go the WbLnwr 'w.y! I EeleU B. Randall et uz.to Orlando A. i suits fell Into three main cate

i I.nd.11 10. Orland. Air Base Salvage Officer fct offering the
WHIZZER 1IKE C. Wells ., Y Orlaudo A.. gories.i Army t
$0755 Randall, wd 10. I i The largest said it I general public, for Inspeetfon and acceptance sealed bide, the
IRI$7U John IT. Callln el >z .. Idene numbr e
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MOTOR-ONLY 1.5.5. PGllTC "m ate (1000.MelU i ma the peo- I item listed i below, together with hundred .1 other awef-l
I R. Coonoy to Btsabeth .. War- I pie, or right of the people to de-'

'MAriS TOUt MAKES YOU THINK P. 0 '4EMOCQ'iVU CAM nock, assign mtg.luspcth Jobs K. CsDIuet tee who shall govern them, article wh'leh ar. .. display Building T-%-" [located IB
warnock
WHIZZER IIKI AMOTOI VOUR Wire SOOT HAS or THftvvopcr A r keeRS uz. am. the right of opposition I Headquarters Area and Building T-11 [located In Salvage :

MSMOY eVeRYThING, .,ggvics A1 ROtC Land Bank to John Comm T. Laneulex.t* James ..t sal pa t free expression and p I Yard] J April tbM 7 May [except SaUrday ane Sunday fromI

IIKIt -7e STATE AUTO mIx. ltcal tctTt. I was o toe I A.M. until 4 P.M.
.. art
C H Barrel*** to Tida
O.I. that

;Rtde ce ad { (t 6 I T- : BODYWORKS agree.Fred'D dUy t* L. i. KnoU mtt. I rated Spain, Russia, s Yugo-may Carpenter tools Circular taw and tab

\ Normal B M.riatt'to! Ann M DochelU i slaria unfavorably. \1 ItBinocutors
deed. Life raft Crosscut saws.
I Ann :U Fed Bay \ The second main definition ofi
Come Out for Demonstration to Pint Garden tools
a DeW
Loan Assn i I democracy, in the eyes .1 the
I Bill Tyre to Howard Favlll*. auto.I the countries Animal and Bird Blankets wool
peoples
tarioa
I I deed. f I cage> ,
and Co
mounted 26-Inch II George w TyreD to Chase |
Factory
on Dew
$149 95. I I U 8 Wavy t Jeffery D Tte cert ofser. < polled freedom, especially Office desks Maul .

I freedom of speech and of u-
standard bike equipped with Albert F Clarke U Mamie T Smith deaL 1 Filing cabinets Folding Joblei
State Bank Albeit F .Clarke: sat sembly.

coaster brake at only ........._ [Complete] .F.. t ...L I The third Is equality-absence Office Chairs Electric oven
Msml D Smith to M Balk
1 of discrimination distinction Kitchen utensils Forge blower
\ William t* M Han ded- o

USE OUR EASY 95 DOWN BALANCE dts..U S lw t I. Williams- hen between classes, groups, or Indi I Truck 5th wheels' Extension ''Cdctr

BUDGET PLAN' MONTHLY j jI I ..e Sssser .First Fed'Ssv aid Loan viduals. Tool bout w/tools Wood .

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GENERAL TIRESWinter I 'D.Me Arthur to Jewell Sasaor d*... Assorted tools Blow torches
I to B J Jr
uvula M01.bt

) I USED BICYCLES We hove some Good Ones ]I i Ie Ho..rl Mouihton Ltngl to Jr First U Howard State FO.TIII:Bk DeLaadchat mU. I BODY WORKAND Sibley Clothing Stoves Stock Mess trays pots


Park 47S TELEPHONES Orlando %.U.' mtg. Chain hoist Arc welder
I, W K Must to Ralph Grhart'dd.J WORK
B Woods to J C Harkworth deed. I GLSS Electric cable rescriprion scales
a/ /S'.S'.3".S''I'.SSS' unaan
3 "UN/a
Tires
Days Only Bicycle ..-._________...$1.69 Juba B CItes to Qaella end LMls Bolt, I
tools Fire extinguishers
j Logging
\\.e
I Hospital supplies
SPECIAL FOR 3 DAYS Electrical equipment

TUXEDO FEED I ANGEBILT Office equipment Anvils

WYCKOFF'S i SHOPPE COMPLETE 3S I Resuscitator Bedside tables
FLORAL
PAINT JOB .
AND HARDWARE 1280ORANGE AVE. WINTER PARK.PIA I MEZZANINE ANaCBILT HOTEL i 0 t Sprayers Garage equipment


"Wfcer. Merchandise Mores" <7 tc*&{

2524 :S. Kuhl Ave. Phone 2-2821 :L i 3S8 STATf W00LAHDOJLA. A i I SOc Rose Special Spray nil Week: 35c Il34 S. Orange 1lo.el Tri Bethk.e-Phone %.uJ.21 extension 17.7.r .

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Honor Two Homes f I Bated by the revenue stamps attired I

Moughloh Buys| -to filed documents.
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If VIOLET DUNHAM
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Executive Secretary Florida Bring $37,000In

WALTER W. ROSE, now serving Sanford Home tt
Senate, is a veteran OrlandoTwo
Florida real estate, Realtors and 1
years. He has in late months been I residential sales totalling !Spe.- io! to TI* S; .doy Ser,tinel! ;.tarl
$37,000 were reported yesterday by SANFORD-Among the
maD.freal
honorary memberships in Boards Robert R. Tyre, realtor, to Mr. estate transactions in Seminole
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Beach S( Petersburg. Ft. Myers/ and Mra. Robert Gregg: and Mr. County last week was the tr
Lakeland. Lake County. Daytona and Mr*. M. G. Zander. purchase by E.: J. Moughton Jr,
Beach. Bradenton. Starke. West The Greet,' former Orlando of the Howard Paville home on .
Palm Beach and Tampa, where he residents who hate been living Palmetto Ave. between 15th and
wu awarded special plaque in in Miami and Tampa bought 16th Sts., for 18,000. s !
; token. of his service to real estate. the home of Mr. and Mrs. William twHIcH
Bark, at 1208 Netting N rval G. MtrUtt a. sold s
T. PETERSBURG BOARD OF Sales ham In Bercrly-Shores. to Annie M. Doehelli of Tor-
S rincton. Conn., his large two-
Realtors chartered a 22-pas- The Gregg: residence is of masonry -
construction with tile story concrete house on the old HALF
roof
aenxer plane, filled it up and
Sanford-Orlando
flew U Tallahassee to show their Orange Included are three bedrooms two highway near
interest and support ef the month tile baths living room, dining Elder: Spring for $9.080. or YOUR HOUSE
amendment to the lieeiue law room kitchen and screened porch Albert 1". Clarke sold a five-
IS
np for hearing. a. a service to from the overlooking the garden in the rear. room bungalow on Orange Ave, in INSURED ?
the public The home occupies a 200-foot cor- Oak Hill section for $5.000 to
recorded ner lot. Mamie V. Smith and Ruby H. si.y 41......., Hot i.i..d. ,...,
VRA.'lK w. CORTWRIGUT Circuit Mr. and Mrs. Zander purchased MIddleton Davis sold to J. A. Williams four' to4oy ko*. liHU, ,_. .*..
..r executive vice president of the This the home of Mr. and Mrs. John house at 14th and Mellon- .half fit. ,.*....( vafo* .f *..
Association of Home- total of Miller at 2 West Yale Ave. This yule Ave, for $3,000. ...... i..4 ....... bovi.uou..d "
National I An bungalow is also three These ._I. .....
builders said in one of the weekly a bedroom considerations are Indi- so H.w i
letters that in consideration of the in frame constructed home with two -- -- TOUIS w.'. be Sled .. Ulo y...
''higher baths.H. cl.cL And ",,Iii. w.>. et iI. W'.
W-E-T bill, "proponents each given and three opponents deeds C. Babcock Jr., handled both' Jas. Gamble Rogers II ............ .!( yow property jniur.
were i
days In which to be heard. Six or-' ed Only last __ transactions as salesman Architects Engineers c.Af.c.>.la1a Pt..oty"1,;c..... .. -pl.o...v.. *.w.*

the 13 Senators comprisingthis 2,397 a I I' Building Consultants ....... t... ;. w pl....
and
year's committee [Senate -- Pallbearers Buy Lots
Ranting] are new members of POST OFFICE
During the six days of dam {Special to nit imdoy :ieii''n/ el" for1 BUILDING HUCKEL-O'NEAL, INC.
Congress.
1 GROVELAND Daughters of WINTER: PARK FLA.INSURANCE.
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r hearings there were times when members INSUHANCE COUNSELOR.
an committee members excepting' omnibus Grand Order of Pallbearers of lit E. Roblnion Ave.
the chairman were absent. Sel-| America. Inc., have purchased four Pleas M4
and and one-half tracts of land in the
lion Groveland Farms section. from '
WASHING MACHINE Prank J. Crowley. The land lies
years. ,
REPAIRINGIf Southeast of the Oroveland-Em-
If
fair yotr Jut waihUr drop .!mmehlBC a card atcdf or pboao r ;:, [ ] ( ,pire Road. FNEIULEEi y e..A
t-II1L travesty ----- --
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Piek-up and delivery Mnrle within "
a radtu of 15 mile. of Orlando. dure. Sharp Buys Home
CALDWELL & HARRIS all of past [Special to The buriday bentiiief Stor
PS... !-lit! nil EdttwatM Dr. I Ir up tion.to EUS'nS-J. C. Mainwood has (-
r sold a house in Bishop's Subdivision --
on to Gale J. Sharp for $3,500.
\ 1 ...... TODAY'S RESIDENTIAL SPECIAL
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Property WantedIf i real ; to In 1939 Britain was importing W. .rt afferl., for your U.pctia !. t*. toauttfol Park Ijk ......,....
I between seven and eight million *. atuieUr ".,...* ., "we r_. tad lUtpInf portk fee '11.....
:
tons
you want to SELL at prices most of livestock feed annually. Our Properties Are WrU I.ve.dgau.g. Vue Particulars Call .
prevailing in the Spring of :, ,
1946. WE HAVE BUYERS. I : FROM Wyn Smith-Kathryn Thomas-515 Broadway TeL 4672
O full Is
Tra Right with tile Foundation to Chimney Top
BUT!':.'. REALTOR Realtors bers of I 1, be Concrete Brick or Block I

Realtor ALLARDICE (., INC CENTRAL FLORIDA PAINTING & DECORATING CO.

T. K. HASTINGS 1 Matoory Cootraetori ... Builders QUALITY MATERIAL EXPERT WORKMANSHIP

ItH E., Central [Arcade] white long will Est. l9l lf TeL1593 RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL:
the I will PORCH AND LAWN FURNITURE SPRAY PAINTED
.' TEL. 4237
PHONE 2-4487 1133 W. CHURCH ST.
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a the of TERMITE CONTROL
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REMODELING I I| ;: as- E PAINT AND BODY WORKWe


REPLACEMENTS Quality Material the Walker Chemical & are having a special event for the purpose of getting acquainted -
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DRY CYPRESS ON with you, so drop around next Monday Tuesday: and
Exterminating Go. Wednesday May 3. 0.and 7, and Inspect our shop. Painting $35
; C. E. HUDSON and up and all kind of body repairs at low cost. Ernest Holloway.
&.. Phone :-441'% I the
: and Tel. 4680 painter a man you all know. Every Job guaranteed. A special
GENERAL price for Cab owners used"car and truck dealers. See us before
3210 Clay Street having your work-done and save money.-

In- Orlando. Fla. Brown Brothers Paint, & Body Works

.. BUILDING Orlando"r 7 r..k.l..OTHER. a.


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I DOORS-HARDWARE- ALUMINUM WINDOWS:


CABINETS-BRONZE SCREEN 1!
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,, MESH THE ARISTOCRAT OF THE WINDOW TRADEAT '

\ I ORDINARY WINDOW PRICES

;I -FLOOR SANDER AND I


PINE CASTLE LUMBER &



Phone 5754 Beautiful




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OPEN HOUSE TODAY 3 !

HIS Ashes Street. Welt designed and 1 DONT HAVE TO BUILD A MANSION
: This 3-bvdroom 1% bath house Is a
; $3COa to handle. Lake privilerea.

: H. F. BOLAND, .fi ., Tr TO ENJOY THE ADVANTAGES

: Cftrriran Bldr <72 N. Orange. << I OF LIFETIME ALUMINUM


I, y y WINDOWS,
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; The Lifetime Aluminum Casement in this

Modest Cottage Erected by the Ownisrf

';0 a.. ',.. ; Mr. and Mra. Jack Vunk of Cannon Mills
) Road COST LESS THAN $100.00.
Nr .
'a Lifetime Aluminum Windows are Truly
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r": the Buy of a Llf tlm and Better than the

: wy'. e'' Low Initial Cost Is Their Savings In Up-
keep Throughout the Life of the Bulldinq.


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: OPEN HOUSE ; x za -NO UPKEEPUP-


1321 W.

Completely furnished. including linens : :1
: tools rive-room pre-war } : 7STEPS
., raraae. Large 75x135 beautifully
occupancy terms to responsible buy o
Pres. Truman's request now reduced 10 I 6 osQ
& real bargain at $9.750.00.HARLOW. ,
()W.fFJI'OPIANDD.FLORIDA INtJNI1.2920FLORIDA
G. FR JSPf

118 N. Orang.

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unoot Stnthtrl-&tar! 1 11. Special Notices t taPE Travel Information_ i.!. Services Offered I II 19. Services Offered 19. Services Offered 33. Articles for Sale 33. A"lee for Sale 33 Articles for Sale

vacation at Sunnydd i NEW ALBANT-May: 7. CONCRETE WOR driveways: .tpa MATTRESSES REBUILT-New mattresses WASHING AL.TJMINUU WARK-New shipment with
RI sprints and box- solId
ORLANDO. FLORIDA YOU Nev/ completely for YOR. Ph. 2-31. 10 t walk tanks mad t arder finest *ulIty JatL MA RA.. of light aluminum war Including BEDuble. Chest of drawers I DIG ROOM SE-IDple 3C1
in
PAGE 13 MAY 4. 1947 j' equipped. cr' apartment ocean I Monday. Tuesday.OKLAHOMA ___ I eensed. bonded: Southern for States Por. I II at factory Xebols Bed- next t.Coa.offela Theater a.w. pan. kettles, drpl.tra per- I.V.sa Ave.BATHROOM .. 82" table. Call 4914., lalto._
_.__, front. Dick Stoner. 9001 c.- 7814 or 2.221 etl.t. dint A Prntur. Co. On Sanfordhighway Winter Park 91. ew.tr et. Kns Co. 25
Writ Leaving May 9th. in rust proof
CTTT
of the _
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,.. Beach. sth under TI DRAPES shoe
South A Daytona: Pe. 2-318.
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Have room for two Telephone CLAY ROADS BUILT-Also llm roeSpaving I II' pass. P.O. Box 787. WELL DR.LXNO-Wa! Per.UJ A clor low cost. BedcD.. LIC
alii I pUner. I Orl.ndo .plaU 11 sizes lit coatg
PI Ph. County Ph
___ 2.3395.PASAEA. with surface treatment.Work Winter Park 151W. small diameter deep ATTIC FANS'-AQ sizes from 30 to Pe elta t Bb Sweeney pl slse 12 to 24. Miscellaneous house-J I Ibold
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guaranteed. Bumby: M Simpson : and 3". Can install well and pump 48 in. W* will mate urvey and I Iestlmat .
W. P. Rerlsttred Surveyor. :, OFFICE 1S22 8.
MACHINES REPAIRED Items 8 5
Our am.
Classified I 3 JT. Main .read.Phone i CALnln.. abut I I' Ine Phone 57. I service guaranteed. Check of PHA plan. Call or writ P. r. of eomplet Installation at BEDROOM Ivory. Box Mill St. Lancaster t p..
SUE
:I. 't. Tak 9789 Rerene.r.alred. ., CNTC repair BUILDING to homes of' new and 138.George Stuart. 13 8. Main St.. wit Fench Lnr"o.PROOFING Fla. Phone'AH no c.t* Keller, VOle to ]1 month Theatre. springs .D. .339 Cherokee DIG ROOM SUITE nahotany

i chUr In my horn. of any: Repairs fin I man Blocs: Colonlaltown; SIM. Phyla; perfect condition.
W'BA __ __ __ I, SOUTHERN OHIO via LexingtonJCy.Elderly T. P. tlnd Ame- PAINTING 0x12 : lurfaeL Exterior, Interio. Tor., ( I iUCCMaD'* 28-ln. Good condi- Table top stove Chicken brooder -
2-121. rOI ceWI ,
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nUn.l-Star : couple leaving May lS-20th 11Uld1DI. 2.4033.DRZSZMAKINO Pl.r. 3 Z ..1. (12 IDe &I tr .ntel. also reh. doors ALt WINDOWS Doubl I pre. John HeD Odd piece.A
10% DISCOUNT on anything In our Want experienced driver; free trans Hr'fand. 24251.PAIl4TDGBrushor'iiij.Lw ar. n d. N. J. B.re.'413. less than steel windows i, Cook at Tremor C.I 2-34.
Want.Ad Batw I' store. Orlando : portation. E Central: By experienced i Never needs paint. They won't warp &r. DOORS-;Sash mad of whit* pin*.
141 aid 815 W. Pmltu. Cmp1r. or Post Office. : :: Fla. J. X1MeNell j I seamstress. Excellent work. Call *- I Price reduced 20*. i I i BED-Complete: stamps, sun, door. Bren lawn ehal eblnel. AU
Cueb BteL trial or residential Soule.Stl < and screens: antique clock clothe .
1413 DrtI "
after 2 p. W. Wate Sales Co 100 W. Orl.do Wo-
WELL DRILLtNO wo
Daily 21e N. prtoa. Ing our specialty. e I Phor.e Alela At.eown I i I bobbles; Orphl will swap. a craft 1SOO W.
Minimum hart* lie It. Lost and Found RIDE -Sun-'I''!I i DRY CLEANING-Men Wanted I ft. 40.000 *a. ft or over. AD..ber.1 .Ir. 2.143. I I iS Mil ton In4ultrC.
I .RimOHt8 Cast [. quick dry cleaning : in State. Pre* > W* drill and aar..t. any: sis deep I FAN-30 In. Brand I' B&
.u.day >*. **' I'M BILLFOLD L-BnnrD. Lett In ; Pine. Phone 8301 3 I I'>: S houra e tlt'a. all! Pecks erences. Ph. 49S1.elUlate.Rt. 1. Box rf- IKlillmmn. well you while you ATTIC will .tt.n$13 Virginia Dr.new, lI.I I, BABY saw BE1. tp. Steel .t.D DRIKG PONTAI-Kel.it.:
..1"aharM two front of onJackaon ': C..nrr.. Washington. Fla. T. K. ,15 I use welL Nothing dO.1 38 mo.U 3.0340. .DU-kkk.laci.
'' I 110 inch Delta tilt
a,. Return t Melba Mayo, 17. Hauling and Moving_ : DRY CLEANING-W* employ: only Oilewa to pay. LIbby Jt : 71 ALUMINUM: burner Bon oven t.ll.. 'a. Hardware. 102 W. Church.
Day 1M line .i4yt PAINTING-Exterior. An 20. equfpped
3 CoBjeeuttv 8-Star Rewerd experienced help: and Intor. Church eA 1 1 DESK 4x1 Vi small kneehole desk.
ConcuUv Day 15. lino a day ALLIED TAN LINTS. INC._Nation's 1: .kIe. MtcDuff work guaranteed. and I with Appl Pounds Mo', BEDS-Blntl*. double, Stained ft(39. (37 Nw York
(Coont I .&v.r&s Word I n.*) DOG LOST.-Small mongrel dub Isrgest movers of household goods j 1 f Cleaners. 204 'r. corner bended. Call 2-B922 tar Co Winter iprtnt* and mattresses. Dining Av! .o. .

.tytieAaJ (Out *T State) Mate. ghund *D'Mil terrier white Call Fidelity Storage & WarehouseCo. Rosalind Phon. 21010.I Rd.e.Ce. PAINTING Licensed contractor. WASHING MACHINES REPAIRED by i iUIr. AB TSIIO- :. room furniture and gas stove. Porta- DRINK BOX. ira. S Used I
eincl Insertion 30* MI 11* "lek.whit and Iholden Reward.mostly: .. for free estimates on your lone I 1 t I ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE Quality: of the best that cost you : We us* genuine factory I \lel .1! bl. typewriter: .h 131. .Arlrl rises. week Like new. 11.to.T.lepbO.
Winter Park:
Auwe. t "Dk. S6-61 W. Jackson RA less Brush or spray. P. Cur- sell (459
3 Coneentlv Day 2S* UM day distance moving. K. R. St.nl work Euaranteed. W. i MOULDINGS and trim-
Service
Consecutive Day We MM 47O&nlmulS Pie.C. R any Ifon.Un.. ai 2-261 St Phone 2.311. : ing oil mao* a specialty.: a.P tl. 2.391. IPLUIGBIU | per. wrlncer roll for all types AIN. .o sink rims. BOAT-Runabout. Completely reeon- ENGINES and power
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3 Hue) lA" 10 W.loda. ole RPaf for j ft Repair sizes 20% 8tad.re 1 SCrIPPS Inboard motr. 75 DIE ut
MAYFLOWER TRANSIT CO- and prompt of washers. Bari < Southeast dltoed. and
1 Caldwel of.
light AIR on Iron al !td 8. and i-
UMT Smrt mahocany
inch :
phon t Service. Dr. Co. 100 w .
Are.
UI Want-Ad. start t the OrlandrM HORI moving. Call Joiner delivery serv 3Q3a-1 stallation Florida Pipe M
+r-MnT Sentinel a&4 are printedla Last seen vicinity of Wnder I IPOCKSTBOOK V.LD. distanc Str... servle for f plale.. repair up on r.Dle and I' Resides_ 1.2 Or.De A.e | phon -ma.. 233 Bn"ae ._ ri on. 2-liaz, dowD. deck. PrIce $900. Can _.D ina.at WIse C. 830 W. Churchvhon. Buppl.
Notlty E. A. Murray. Pmp' > Boat Works
uteri
both 'the Sentinel and Th Oo. estimates: .I l movln ar.e. ,. ..tn Caldwell H.rn'I 5-hour try cleaning Mr-i i AUMT WATER I COIWIIe?, A& D. H DINETTE SET blonde, table. 4
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Orlando Star M the MOW dat. LT-Pk.- : packing, 14 I 2213 Edgewater Dr, phone 2-197. ESTIMATES Color sugges '* Quality: Cleaners. 813 Eedrl ; 30 and i! buffet china closet. .chi.
i and blu. S. Division: ph. 7988_ _ :. PAIN. Reliable 1 Washington. cao. BABY lU
The Want-Ad Department to spas P. i ELECTRICAL REPAIRING and beu. painters recom- i .ella.dL. Umted I.DUt 1' 1 GEB"itt. bedroom and living room suites: electric -
from 830 .... to S .... dally. i, night.valuable Ration bt drnr' Please I II DEEM'S DELIVERY Service phone i' wlrn. Can 4514. Miller niended. Hitch. 6001 At Olldden's. I I mmecat ia.tOD CntDattn Inet. Inqnir Oleree' Oroe. stove; extra chair Bcblr.I .
.. .vR KeD eh.II. light and Cn. 132* 19th
7673
Sunday trom t to 12 I 2.U.SCLESLo'r. ; morli hauUn. Contractor. I Sa
I c.1 very load I I Ii Block Colonlaltown dial I I BED-Slnsle: *prlnt*. Tire. 4
rte.kOLBE8 PLUMBING West Central b DRESSES Two
Deadline for Bandar Fapor Satmr.day ,:In Post Of- : ELECTRIC CLEANER SERVICE-Only: 1| Plubln. 600 OU I fo.l. 8 I. ut
Local moving I. ft Heating Co. 19 I2nl. I LAWII' COT? 111. retreads 1. .ne 'UbL 1419 .
sooaAdvertisers. 1 Office. ; outl for genuine Hoover par. i i N. Bryan. Day NEE YOU range, Walnut J __new, Purl 2.10.DIEplea
PO packing. Also Night 7318. ACCORDIAN-Cornet, k.homo ** ta& I
.... to notify upkeep service cal I trmlt cheaP 2225 H. > i ; Ilk. new.
: or P. O Box 121$ pieces'
are i Distance mo.rn __ I m.pl
Lone aarasalawn ,
agent for Dleber' only Hoover statloo (2 50 minimum OB drm. tombl. music : .;
a* Inuaedlately ad a. UM: at Sentinel-Star any error will Intbetr WA'L-iD-Rn.i Moving 806 cy St. Dial 4965 Bumby Hdw. 6104 or 2-1755. I 50x150. cane too large i 1k. Shoppe, Wurder Ar- BABY BATIEDLuJ moel (I j .ltl.KtD Sel C.bl.reasonable. 11 ae.
with
day or 50110.APARTMENT ;
or too Straight '
LONG DISTANCE MOVING AHpoints. mODtb
b. responsible for only one teaorrect of wallet and keep rURNrrniz-r-n. aal.. equipped A-lcondlttonPh. 2-300. I i C.rh.
are _
cn&lu. I o Patln.. crating local moy PLUMBING AND PUMP wit DEACON COOKER Used .
Insertion.
i money and !EnC 22-inch power mower that doa I lisplt.with With basket iln on mont
Boy's
a m.1 w.ld ing Suddath Moving & Storage Co r.l electric ; I
P. O. W. palred R. A. AUIU.542 Piedmont. BJec-- I Fries steaks and chops 3-5
You Can Place Your I!I ; 'LV Co. Orlando. 115 W. Columbia. rhODe 8H4 Phone 20421FLOOR _ Tracy's Plumbie A Pumps Ootha, the Job. sink and cabinets. A tow for lmm i I 2.3531. 812.50.. .., 30 seconds:mnHlbur.en -
ttr _
by Telephone Fla VETERAN WITH TRUCK desire Florda. dlat delivery. lorr. APPU..e I minutes.
Want-Ad SANDINGIIPIShIPi.and Pb. 7811 for Cep
cant 116. Ask for County ,; a pltet. Bnded. 428 N. BOAT AND"TRAILER-
short hauling; equipped t haulfurniture waxing. Guaranteed 'I : Mathews and ID. oe.r 1-214. i First Standard OU Stata Non
Dial 4161 IUlbr. cement blok.or Licensed and bonded. 1915-3-13. | Bre. ALUMINUM CASEMENT WINDOWS 1 seen at Ferncreek and TelPhon.1 I. Klsslmmee cltv lli..
14. Parlors
Beauty i Establl
I i what have 1on. I
2-271. I Awnlns style wlsidow Available BATHROOM DESK
Orlando Co. -
I
>I AMERICAN BEAUTT SALON-44Vi CAN HANDLE- IMMEDIATELY loads 1809 19:5.. Onn.A'e.Pr Brf.do.'831. !'' immediately.: Screens for a kinds *fmetal chroma and plastic H |I 87950. slIghtly o.m':: r:!

I 1 W. Church opposite Thea or part I.d. to M..ebutu or SANDING casement window Allln i Hardware, 220 8. Ph. Orlaldo Prturl Co.
FLOOR -
10. Baby Sitters-Child Care ter. formerly .Ralt en route. Van I Storage Co, elaine Pentra-Seal PIs-S 20 : PAINTING and decorating. ASsort j'j'.u.r.ntee. | Things to Eat root and sldln Also 'a 21141. _ Cturh. _ _
BIQle. EUabt !iGood
her 133 N. Main- ph. 1 equipment.Work Free estmat.Phone I rage dorl. Autm.Ue type. Bra BOOKCASE Sectional, wicker desk I!, FREEZER
experience. Modern -Schaefer. 16 cu.
P.'rD yrs DIE
,1.10. .. Steel W. ft
CHILD CARE Experienced. Special fr.nd.. For appointment ph. 6931AMUIRMAN WANTED LOADS or part lo.s.. of .aa..td. Leend. Prompt : 2-323. L BREAKFAST 2Sc and up: 7 to' 11; 8al. Co."10 Alela ., aD ch.l; x2 Wilton rug ward- view frosted food cue.
rat for working moen., Ace -Give Mother Cold furniture to North Carolina and i service plate lunch 11 to 2. Table servIce i 2.14 __ rplx_trnl. etc 707 E Concord Ave. 3 months Substantial dIC"L Ride-
3 yean sad UP Call j jOIM Syracuse. N Y. Fulford A Storste 5 Oranu.I I ALUMINUM LADDERS strallbt $. Light I. outs Msrket. 235 W. .
Wave for Mother'. Day. Mats appomtment i i V.I FLOOR SANDING finishing complete ; i Ltnyys K. BICYCLE-Girls In.
i I I a 19 10. 12. 14 ft. Just right for thei 24-8
com CO. 133 N. Main: ph. 5286.IS. RUGS AND UPHOLSTERY '
Rm 20 E. dial 6462. bond- A-l new
CRU- -irs now Pine floor service. Ueenle cleled ORANOES-The best t* home firestone Orsnt Concord. .el.h. co.cUoa tie. DOORS-Interior and exterior. Windows
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can I work Expert workmanship fast aeme' VAC for i an Noble first Chicago factory
BEAUTY : ed. Jol. have Also I i 12 : -
Civen..104 a Michigan Ave. pbon* AMMERiA" ..duat. lah 8H-, Laundry Work Cow.Al. ,2O9 W. Amelia Ph. : Ph 2-4318. Kle.lis Co. home use. tl.25 bu e1G t !i i7Se I 1 I AIRPLANE MUEmplct H..tdlo.11 I BED Roll-a-wy. Coil apr Ser I mad*. Offere tuatr.t first buyer

10844.HOLDEM i polntment for your pcrmanent Klnc Pratt Co. 1401 W. aeellr. I spring maUre.and m.t Limited .tol ,t.tot f"tur
SL. 'I cr.dato. A WAY TO SA self Pa8IOnlhlne. bua.L Model p.e
HEIGHTS. BM aith our aerv- W 7267: b.t rclnl cr. ; 22nd
], Nowl a. V&T. I : 13. rCwremen.
will 2 141. ice 'I IHnlee snpnllrs -' .
car Wringer "It-hour
Well experienced RADIOS REPAIRED 21 Oann. flY
motbe Salon. la\ldr. mahnC. '"Senders the S.nder" phone 21255. COOLER Brunswick Ornde.DLO"EDlarle.
,
by hour or day dry ( for Work guaranteed. Pickup ARTIST SUPPLIES' Textile water BEVOE'
for children C"Jy-ZUY j .
.. them SANDING Finishing, cleaning 32. Articles for Rent Ht Liquid and solid and wed-
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the kiddies. Ample parking Noappointments FLOOR Store color fo
WOMAN available withchildren Hilda .pae. equipment. All d.lnn. CC\r' Mual Ht.01. e.. refriseratioD. Easy access: All new
-tU for beauty eulure. MODek I necessary Strack'i Self waxing: modern ': 20 and Ouara.t. .
o.. &- 410 Vivian Service Laundry. 316 Washington8t work guaranteed. Ucepsed. ; 4153.I ADDING MACENew. O'Neal lrlhr. Olldd.D. ; storate capacity: faster ell. stock. $25 per a' Jewelry -
Mainolla A. Ph. 55"I.IL I !sirs. I corner Washington W. and 10 yrs experience For itO service I Branch I IIK I ARMY-NAVY GOODS-Kapoe lie mediate delivery, easy ter. 11 r Co..2300 Edtcwater Dr. 1 Collet
eo' Hu.he masks, leather .
dc.I RADIO SERVICE-All makes radios jackets: sal lando P.rk.I ,
Bass -
: GENE'S an.- 8t._phone _ pho. 2-170. SANDER-Edier and polisher. : Appl.lee C. I 20
8H0Ppr. 8124. and Free pick cases Navy bars;
,
Notices tlte
pboo. HUI.t. mO.I DRESSER and
Special In. Co. .. Arnold Paint 407 OrDn. 431. -Nice roomy:
cll. BI ruti. w..e. BE INDEPENDENT"-Too your own up and Money au.raDtee Btre. ,, paunehos: ; wit
c.U large beveled mirror 1S. 20
rkln *
304 8. SLain d.I.. 8 Oranse. 2.3788. P rear. I' CHICK capacity: cle- I 1
Try the Helpy-Selfy Laun work. E. boxes. Many at low prices.Morgan's BRDE I
BY M. I Cl a.I" launr JiZuOLTY-Re on Britt G. R.co : t.m. Robinson.
ADV. IDI-Ke. ,:. 6M6 dr: Open eynlDI. no appointment I I Service. 356 N. Ora PMI* FLOOR SE- New American ,i i"I" Satveee 48 1.Church. tre. West-sld of
I I r'Ota $67 lce. I'I I Lake
LlbChurch.. '8 DAT SPECIAL-- 842 50. 2 piece living Reasonable rstes. I I '
Circle T .2:30: :_Wed. I 1 :; permanent we will Wit, I II Help'-8elf Ie..n.Laundry 2304 5. Robln- up Paula Repair 2-116. C R. Burk. 1805 I. Bum Y; J731. BICYCLE WHIZZ MOOR' cONCRETFiWEPL-Portabi. with :
AMANDA BRADFORD-Psychie read- I| Our operator ape1 : FLOOR SANDING AND FINISHING RIO REPAIRS-Ywa'T. tried the and edger also cabInet }; sue I.C. .lmeD' lcde.'Cl' I| S HP. electric motor: 6 itandard I DEEP WELLS AND PCS
FLOOR -
1. 41.1 e.1.CLRWOMA the .. ; in and your motor to
Ins elrel 2.30 Wed. 561 Welt ColsObta -1; : i rlt. now blt. BarD' SAE Hle block Malon Wright i
: culture. t .
I Wl"ialirkn of beauty I i laundry -Prompt service. Modern equip I|I floor poliiher.Wyckoff WhisserI p.lr.
next to ..de deU.er. I II '
Jmeel.t
3-2331 wan' Block
Are ph. Garden.CULVERT 3$ to
Te.ter.
713 I unit. !
Kuhl. D.peDU.
ment 2524 mODU
: Hdw. Tm. Da.
'- I. lll W. Livingston. Pln.ble l.er Phone 93 2-212.I I I Motor S.lea 12. I. Av* .
ADVICE. Psyehle readlnss dally. 1! I II ed : licensed; -Armco corrugated culvert 1. usl. all
&J
1. 195. Skile I. FLOOR edict and I|I ______ I .
3018. I
: circle Tues. 8 p..Tbur. 3.30Sun ; lnurrd. Stevens Floor 8ur- REFGETON SEVIC-Hou IAE. Ilhe I pipe for roads and drln.Cohoon pumps on *,in-Look .
.. S D. 44 W. Church. Km.U. I RY'S-UPLIAo-BN" faring 65112. Spelal. for BICYCLES-Special-(39 95. Schwbn Company West South over. Libby it Freeman Tit W.
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\ 19. Services Offered gdtewster Drive telephone 2-015 Mahlnrr 13
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Rf Cherry efn phooe TN. I :otbr'* Day: Spl.l. Permanent. FURNITURE UPHOLTERfl Fersuion rebuilding Refrigeration.repairing ea.l.N.eolerl Terry.: FLOOR SANDERS-Two: new. Twnedters I'I plee Rlut.aLt ane Huffan.. A cm- I I !! ___.____ ___ Chuich.I

BAT TRIPS from Mt. Dora to Silver i i 110 ald upRAT'S ._ _ _ AIRPLANE DUSTTNa-Specializing Ished. Slip phone 9752. and two polishers for rent Sales 602 areSere.. OraDI, CLOTHES WRINGERS Sandue i
the beautiful Oklawana in work. vegetables, 418 W. Central: 2-O006 or 2-2353. Ave Lovell. 875. Knox Stores I
trOllb BEAUTY PARLOR AU type eltr. w.ter at rts. Lumber 2067.BASIEWIU_______ C.
ROOPR&PAIRXNG-New instilled. I DININO ROOM SUITE 6 pieces. 840.i .
| Boat REPAIRED rCf. raolabl SUa : Z ut Phone -
Worla melons. R. C. Potter, Phone 3967 _
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WI. PIANOS : Pne. 2-3113.
Knr. permanent FURNITURE and
Co
i hood and
i
.a. Peheat.D Patching and I Or.n. R.lr.d i Can b* seen at 1328 Terrace Drive,
phone ]22. Mt Dort Fie cold wave Apopka. with Hughes Dusting See,- and Russ M.tres Co.1122W 2t.b. I II '1 I with 1-CA CHESTS-Solid cedar lane
.2. Phone
.p.n" D.t relnlbed Red the Roofer.-
BARD SERVICE-S chair rear: to 38_1. Pine. One I Ice.Zellwood.APPLL&NCZ_ Ph. 2.213. PAI.BPRYEklaw.. pench-sandI I|I .Un.,$ 2. rhol.HorDe 2.27.BABY aop .Ia. (39.SO. Orlando FurnitureI ELECTRIC RGETR TWO)
with fit SERVICE'Refrigera I ROOFING Free et1atea. 3 :years t I for Co..l4land 615 W. Church.
you ar PLRMANZNTS-Machln. : and serviced; I bna OeD.ra Eetr. .nt 01'-
SPRING or FAN for rent. CARRIAGE-Large. Good .
Work Roll Tol con
to
RPRe.ne pay: edUr
lee All Union shoP We close at 1:3: .machtneles II up* phone 014: tor*. washers all anpllaneec. (no Ee thlntles or built ruarantee. I'I P" W. Washington dition. S12.50. 1867 Cornell CAMP STOVES Just received a large 23
rail flld- Narber5009. 60 1. Jewel Charm Salon. 906 W, radios; reasonable Work guaranteed trle Co. 23 E. Church. Ph. 511. sldlnr Smith A Son: 4888 albit. 10 New .". 12" polish-, Winter Park._. __ .n. IhlDment Bumby: Hsrdwar. 102I ELECTRIC SEWING MCHEKen
SANDER- easer. .
.
I cabinet
C ha** R. N. Wed ; ph. 7364 or I I W. more a"ael.m.lu.
10 and refinished
R STIVjS.BPtr 2-3021 FURNITURE REPAIRED REFRIGERATION REPAIRS-You've i log machine. John Co.ad 20> frame 8100 428 Malley: St.
BUIGLne ehu'r
Iur IS. Schools and Instruction Ilk* new. made 2-3038 I CAMPING EQUIPMENT J.1
Cabinet t tried the rest now try the best.Barton's W Amelia Ph. .
buslneu from 64 N. 3 G FANS Bedroom window
ance and ELECTRIC
at ALLIS CHALMERS SERVICE order Co. 2323 I tackle Kamp Kook :
'I smaller
\307 W Par An._Phone 1->5.DING ACCOUNTIKa. Engineering. HighSchool parts: tractor and power unit ;I Or.ntr Tnd.1. C.I 6141.HOUSEWIWS Prlur. : Winter Park next Phone to Colony 93 : Theater. TYO'EWRITZRP2NTALS Special Check construction.Suitable Receiving wreckIng bid fel through boxes, ba.kl '8tn..leD. .also I t. 16-Inch eseillatlnc tabl
and alteration 1108 ; International Correspondence Farm and Rome Machinery Co.. 430 In monthly .De 4..lel. la. J. E.Wlnatead. paper "Pl Wyckoff'. and pedestal fans. H. H Parriah
20th only.
AM.r. Stc. TeUikhon* 2A.jEtDT ecol. Vet ApproYe. L O. W Robinson; phone 2-213. out WAH. and SEPTIC cleaned.TANK IAL. year and with. Itll.n. 1 I. Mal 8.phon. May 8. CDt.. at City R.: LImits, Hdw. SS24 Kuhl. Hrdwa. 220 8. .. Phono

f 1 Row*. 9.; rwNINOS-Special designs of Indlvldual polished. Bamberc. 7228: or in Call 6730 or 11:8.TPEWR machines Winter Garden.BIDSi CAN FILLER-Cheap. For liquid 2114.
: I[ REAL ESTATE LAW prate beauty: on each home. Call call nights 2-3098. baaleA AlteratL. Rental delivery OfficeEquipment smile. 1 double. 8 talel steel contact ELECTRIC: REFRIGERATOR Kelvinaior. -
service available. Pecks aD 9694 Ventilated Awnings of Orlando. 7:7 EDamel change par Be. 1900 Park Lax
dry cleanlnc I I Preparation far HOME SERVICE General repair Smith-Corona Call mornings at Andern .lY part for 202 a
QuslItYClesnerl. 813 a. I start week. 139 Room 119. E. Church St. SEPTIC TANKS CE everything bchan. 31 and 401 can Avenue
W.hln.tD
man. Caaa. ea 1 New construction. Widow.aren. pumped ; P. J. 220 St. TeL 150. BEDROOM SUITS-S-Pc. bar.tn1M lug order and dmetn I w.rl- .
O.Plt who say: te. I E. Pine tSI. ACETYLENE = and caulking ane Burke, Permanent resident bonded, Aelt hospital complete r. ELECTRIC REmiOERATOR J
EII ; ;
bd 13 from line Call 5786, Orlando. .
machine Phone 9522. good condition. Price. 8100. Be
Dowtwell'
( man SCHOOL complete high bonded mo.e
7007 of S
cal" moU or:1 insured. Route 19 Box 231; 2-0678. 33. Articles for Sale studio couch S45:
AU you need UM Ber- i school at home 1&ar time with and road n: HUGHEY'S HOME REPAIRS-From SUSS: chairs II95. Whltmire Fur CAMP ICE BOXES-Portable type. 119S 39th Street.ZLECTRICPANS
lou .Johns Hardware and Paint Star*. American School. Tes. : aluminum brl e.tne. front to back from roof to cellar. .TREES AND PALMS Trimmed aDdremo.e. AUTOMATIC WATER HEATER OIL niture. 306 W. Church Wilson Leonard Hard..re 4 West 9 and 12-tn.
Newton.
2308 E..atr. P. 8. Berlou U I No classes. Pe booklet. ney Machine 11 KaleyAWNTNQS. : Including heating and ventilating.All Bnded.. John Man' Phllco Central Ave. Phone211. 810.45 and SIS. S Wyekoffs Hdw.
home
with sos appli 11 Plea. phone 2.14. a8. blle. 12.t. BEDROOM SUIH..old .
luarDte Jer I Writ American OC. porch curtains Venetian work guaranteed C.1 5026 side exhaust and must modern bed CANOES Old Town just 2524 Kohl ,Av
I Box 3161, Orlando. blinds. alder covering. Full line of HOUSES WASHED with steam .-VE 8EVICZBonde. Author and fan. relo.. $7.50.' Toalter.n.t. room suite .el sprints, innersprlncmattress. square, ended double arne aDe ELECTRIC MOTOR-%4 horse
MOTOR -Reduced material. 9826. Florida I St.mp Bab,'. Jump $3. 1403 at 1206 Not- 11 13. 18, 17 and belt sander. A C 110 pwe.
BT P nHN A.o really: what property: owners theWorld Hat 8e SpDD 15 wt
Dre. n.t.$3.M. 11. Travel Information |I Ii (I Co. 432 jl. Hugbey.: looking for. Entirely: different Travel Service touhout' 118 St. phone 11 U"chal 8aerlc.. Boat Construction e C.I :-86. m
? belt. Free ben Orlando I l
MM. $ I ALARM CLOCKS 1ZPAIEED-Ans hand washing no mor ex- Tni water Pine Castle Pla.CONGOLEUBVRUGS
Dial AQUELLA-Controls leatAe. BAOOAOE TRAILER Has Dodte .
dock fUblnt lar. l.1 around. : i, AIR RESERVATIONS and tickets an kind of clock or electric eulp pensive. In fact :you think :your 95.U or seepat on brick concrete wheels see *t Push's Garage Lake in all sisea. JC WAT. HUTP.m
bring family ; le. pla to I line. BunnllSDd Travel Bureau. 30 ment W* fix everything. Bate R. house has had a new paint Job does HOLTEOlp cover rUn d.lpne.. stucco. Any kind of masonry. Mary. Between Sanford and Loniweod Special price on all Orange Ave.. Winter Park, 5.. 848.
a day: off. Children, eDo, *. J Pin. Phone S301 '_ pair Shop 4 W. Centrsl "91. I not affectflowers. paint or ihrubbery. rU & oblutln I Smyth Lumber Co. N. Orsns and Slsushter's 48 West. fUrtu"l I ELECTRIC
Paul Taylor Winter City: 418 W. WATER
Call Ingram-Brown.
the original colorto I BTEA
: We restore centrl
i AIR BUS. STEAMSHIP and rail : ADVICE BUILDERS-And Bpplrauot.tO : I RallroedI BICYCLE-Man's. SIS. Electric chick- Mercury Popular
U4.ren.PRCCl T '
Dock: ph. all asbestos or tile roofs. : 2-0006 or 2-2353 CAME 2.311 a. l .u
and cruises over See Mr. Inns 8tea I .
h Mii Completer j I en brooder. Bassinette, other babyItems. with flash carrying week. Walter .
<2 I House Wishing Co. fur- TIC PASA aa. un' Ie. 1 1
Hui years)world that are a.nabl now or A PI. 'UPHOLTEIGU.ille room : *. Orlando ', 1121 N. c. Also Photrix meter Robinson Founded 1936.ELECTRIC
Dlal In 1 the futre. can from La- BEAD br.ta."PE STRINGING I I HOUSE W ASHEreeD., .ldo.l; r-pbo\red and I Appliance. Co. Inc.. 210 N.. Grant 7928. R.ID.ble. MIl, and.collapsible eJur.. (65 ,
of aged nier made Phone and or I
new.
ald c.ule.t.CHrful. T..1 a.nle o 8UD"ln also .mole. cash takes the outfit BTV& al.n
Inld. ICh | Phone O.
Ave
; guaranteed.
cool home Travel job. Clesnlng and waxing floors Russ Co. 1122 453. BATTERIES for radios. All types offlashlight Keln.tn I II ment site 42
:11. Bur.u Ple StreL .tm.t. 637
SPENCER Individually Phone 1:1. _ NonaC'a 1 M..rde Arc. I our specialty. 2-4307 Cuh. Ph. 2-2213. AUMTC W.TL' COOLERS by: b.ttrea lane or smalL I ( N.p.m.Westmoreland Saturday and Drl." bt"ea. I' E, Esther St.. phone 2-0292 I
auPRT Suaroc. 17-
BOOKKEEPING: SERVICE to fit B.
F. and RobInson
your I I -
destined 1909 L I 6th. Can WRITING and public steno-VENETIAN BLINDS REPAIRED and Wetill.bou.e Cne". Grich Grland ; ELECTRIC ALARM CAI
ii..t" 1. individual At your office or t Chant your expense I CELLb3 perfect waU1 :,
Washington. Phone 2-3508 or 2-308.t! Call Winter our,. .led.. .. ParkerBusiness Parker Business Service: refinished: experienced faun emI into & de- ]!1 I SINGn. Saves time kitchen clocks. H r.rhB.rd.
2-11. ptoyes. Orlando Venetian Mfr. rea Inn.u.nL. TerI MATERIALS-And hard bad .. 220 .. Oran*.. .
Park B4MI 2 1287 ''
SWEDISH MASSAGE-For att _ _ Service I 1 Blnd I sired. B.I BUIG all ald .,. Smith Lumber Co.. M ,
CO Kohl 8059 Wles. : kinds for complete
: clendrrMni. j I I CINCINNATI. May: i' grassed top .1' 8 ; I I Orange and _ 1.141.
Mllrtl OHo.ll BUILDING, repairing and painting LWHS ORE. ; 11 RblnlOI. Pebr.n 111. construction. Get 1an Mills & R.lro.d. REFR1ORATOIi
$ W. Ytl Avt. 2-211. i 6th. .1947 Butts Fre : VENETIAN BLINDS REPAD1ED'-R.- a 1 ELECTRIC
.en. : Licensed bond- law .tlate. I I AIR CONDITIONER-Carrier; room Nebraska COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATORS-
Laojeslr, I I t Trailer Park. _'._ _ i led.Promp. .&nl.MODt.ome. aD. t Eberhsrdt. 2-1740 place old slat with new aluminum or'office Nice working order. I I 42 cu ft. capacity, 1947 model for'' ley. 8150. C*. b soon *t 1324
2-12. lists Same reflnlshlng. aa. BUTANE 'OA SYSTEM-106 ; 17th
TO ALL aLT.Dd Brken.Mi CARIBBZAN-.OUATZMALAN cruise to f LOTS CLEAREDPrompCi. price as See .It. Fairchild Funeral I 0.10" I Immediate delivery. W.I.J. Wilcox S.
Automatic
spe I Quick service: Charles VenetianBlinds.
Orlando Travel Service. Ill E. IEMWORK Lumber I Free estimates any: time. 116 Irvln. I Home 2 rton_ A Inc 6t E. 1936. 'I i ELECTRIC FANS-Eight-inch '
Amelia I* withdrawn from the a.r.tL Central: dial I 113 Idlr..ter D. 2-51. i, betu. cu.r.Dtd rood Orlando Furniture 141
phone Jonn
Lavlna 8. Henry. e5. Co. MII .nd Nebraska. '-147. NeWn WASHING 'MACHINE REPAIRS ATTIC FANS-American Blower'and I I condition Ph 491.BATrre CYPRE: t.i..sz'rs ,- Better : 110.1.W. Church. C
'. HAVANA and Nassau by boat or CLEANING AND PRESSING Cash MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS Repaired. work''t Century-Hunter. 38. 42. 48In.. Installed inboard fam chairs, 1 settee. 10. Turner's. I
--- Service all
plan Call Orlando Travel Service. and price will Kocbendarfer. Msgruder Arcade on al maea Convenient terms Cat 1234 Orange Winter ELECTRIC RSPGJTR'.
carry save youmoney. guaranteed. 2014 E.i WekU' ( and UP. Some Pat.'P!
ITS DOUBLY SMART t 116 *. Central: dial 9504. Brn. .your 'clothes. Baperlor Phone 2-2400. I i K.ley A.e. phone 12.", Hdw. 2584 Kahl _ Iy 9alue rnabuL used eaulpnrent as 676W for a set, all Irel.lo X. Colonial Oran..
think twice when buying or j 1 HAVANA. CUBA-AlUexpense tn 21 Boon* St. I MATE MADE-Old mattresses drill ASPHALT SHINGLES 80 squsru.j {I long mi last. Immediate delivery ''CAMEA-let Bantam. Speciali P.r.. lb. 401.I
I|
I Lanier Travel Service 3 E. I Floor. I made. new. Russ WE DRGLt us your thick butt IIID.le. 88 per.sq. Will I Pine Castle Boat & Construction Co..i I case Exposure I ELECTRIC WATER HUTE
sw" if you think first and St Phone 5301 1 ONC'iEVa walk I, Msttress .prDI. 122 W. Church. Pb.I .el or instal. Easy lump for., put on roof 11 per M. Phone phone 22403.BOAYTRAILZR. meter. Sunshade and fI1.r.Phone *. and 40-caIton: 3al.
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lat the Sntne-Sta Want : MAS8.-Reilabls' driver .lb t' Tb best la enlneeriDC. workmanship | 2.21.I I nothing down. 36 months to pay. 2-1825 _ Knee atli I 4413 water w. Chareh.heater Bumby Hadw.r.
Ads for I drive for party.: I and mat.r.I.. P. etlate.I MIR RIV mad. to or Belmany Well Drilling and Pump I II ,' AUTOMOBILE-Child's. Good condTI .prl.with shock CASH REGISTERS -Florida Cash -
quik. I| chauffeur UIrenC. Pbon Long- For of 11&IIC Orlando I Supply. Winter Garden Rd. I mile,I tlon. Also baby bassinette.. 451 1.1r: (110. UcL Steel C.43 8 Register Ohner Arnt sales. ser-
I eal al. h-
both Dia 4UI. I wood I. X T.tro 6780 or 951O Buchanan Concrete C. Glass Mirror .. 5249. east of Orlo Vista Orlando 7087. I lOllte A.e. Winter Park. Ph.. .184-M Br'.1 St Phone 2-O231; Ice supplies 220 ; (ftSO. | Continued. On Next ;

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Jap- Occupation- Poses Big- Job''Inflation Ups' |i Decline Wallace's Past Popularity Five Months Shows/ I Soap Box Derby




TKO [TAP When South Cent The Japanese had no setup could b sent In to take over 12,000 from India and 5.000 from I II !

.apn was rocked by a, devas |.r coping with a disaster be- I every prtetue perfecture is I New Zealand. Te United King- .j i Relief Costs \ lr GEorGE GALLUP Set in 33 States

ttDr arquae. last December I 'cause they never had such a a an American I I I dom and trop are leaving (Director, Amencoo lnjtiti.te of Il Opwvonl ,
I
had to rout' prorram in the pat Cntral- county. ,. Japan. They b replaced PRINCETON, N. J.-With Henry A. Wallace in the '
their beds CHICAGO IUP1 prices DETROIT [RIP] The 1947 Soap
fro slumbering Japanese lad co-ordinated by Australians and Zealand- Infat
Then the war ended headlines both here and in Europe questions have arisen
wefar officials who didn't something they never bad eon- sudden I I ers in accordance with decisions ,, are causing the nation's relief Box Derby will run off preliminaryraces

plan anything to help thestricken considered.The and Gen. Dugla :'i I of the Inter-dominion defense I II I II |I to by forcing more cot! as to the size' of his following as a political leader. in 133 cities In the Unite
cided to and the soar
emperor
homeless thousands. Mr. Wallace has for two been second to States and Canada, the
conference in only
;1 I years laet
Japanese watched in established government instead of I i!I Lndon. ont the assistance rll.the Amer- ; I

That's a part of the occupation amazement a the occupation I his military teams. American top strength is icn Public .. check;, Pres. Truman in popularity among Democratic voters nub of towns"yet t prcpt

job most Americans at forCe within 24 hours had eIght I There are some military team, being rduced also have to be increased.. I II ;,as a candidate for 1948. But i ti rcig eetMIrn

home can't quite picture. Occupation railway carloads' of medicine and I hi .Japan today but they are small Unlike Germany where there I I I I The association said mountIng '!'ing the last five months hi dur-1 E. Scott, natonl SoapBox

In Japan Isn't patroWn& clothing o the move from Yoko- They roam the prefectures t see I'\ are separate Allied zones, trie {I costs were hitting Federal 'ularity in that respect h Derby direto lid local
with machine runt. hama. that the directives handed I whole is derbies in 33 of
dow operation here contrl.le I|f State and local governments. 'I II I''ed sharply. wood
to get a dazed beaten, economi They found it hard to believe from Allied headquarters to the.Japanese by the Eighth Army. The Britisn I Latest results from interviewing I: the 4 Stae In the District of

cally-unsound people back on that a ship had be loaded over- ;, government are carried take their orders from ,L. Gen. I In addition,,recent amendments ; :Democratic voters during the : In Cnad which

their feet so they can take care night at Kobe ad already had ,out. They are mostly concentrated'in Robert L. Eichelberger Yoko to the Social Security Act provide April show that pro has re-entered after

of thfm'flv. sailed for stricken islands. 'i' the larger cities. hama The directives come from ,, for increased Federal aid t indi- ', ten 1.20. with oplioD abut having no entries last year.

Occupation here means sein But they were eater to leaD Abut a year ago there was a the supreme commander.This gent. Similar provtlon are b would like to see him The derby, sponsored Jointly by <7

that everyone gets enough eat. They tried to help to enter theAmerican lot that Gen. MacArthuras is MacArthur's task-but on ;Democratic presidential candidate i newspapers and the Chevrolet division .

that th people enjoy all the free- way of doing tblnr Supreme Commander for Ale only for Japan and Southern i levels throughout the United in 1948. This i less than hal the j1, of General Motors,will celebrate -

dol promised democracy, that In time of emergency. i Powers was in control of te Korea. 1 States, the association said. Vt he polled in a au- Its 10th anniversary this

natrl resure of the four worked with the British occupation Rusan occupied areas. Te State Wisconsin State welfare officials ,'TY last Dcmber. when 24 percent I': year

are explored and f.ree Department said so. I California Legalizes !I I have estimated that total rele said was their | said New York leads all

their utmost in the drew the comment. MacArthurhas costs in the State may mout choice for the next nomination. St
ways of
ud t __ in the number
In virtually every field of activity nothing do with Northern I of Corneas !1 I oter Stte
peace and development Our Willing Eye $89 million for the next two years. The top choice of Democratic races with 16. Ohio

experts have come here show the same has been true. Behind Korea, the Sakhalin peninsula !I t would a $30 million in- to be Mr. Tru
t the Calif. the Japanese the way more publicized plce of Karafuto and the Kuriles. SACAMEO. Legislator who percentage has risen races. 1

Americans are planning Japan's democratization authorities In Tokyo the Russians have te reuest a the cauor1 i Pennsylvania public assistance sharply since December.The 1

foreign trade program today. We and are prdig. wheedling an estimated 600 military and State 1 blnd. I expenditures for last October alone' following table shows the CANAIA TRIALS

are. telling them how ma ship into Japanese officials civilian personnel attached to t allow persons ha to bequeath their i i'I totalled more than $7 million, an ten Other States ranking high are

they can have and ca For acton, American fiscal I the stuff of the Russian memberof for restoring the sight $800.000 increase over Septemberrelief I you had to decide today, Penlvn 1 Nor Caol

sail them. We are worrying about the Allied Council for eyecrnea persons. costs. Individual assistance would be JOu choice forpresident an Idl. ec
Japan
their health and sanitation In a upr blue-prnt the plan Lt> Gen. Kuzma Derevyanko.The Under present California law, checks were, boosted $2.50 during in 1 48M and Cali

way Japan has never ao economic British i the month to help cover. rising VOTERS ONLY fornia. 5
known crisis when banks began the difficult have 40.Incdentl such permission is given in a DEOCRATIC ea.
trials will
Japan hasn't the food costs and 5000 new names May Man The
tht the heirs revoke it.
will put her back into stride job of jettisoning the bad the British role In may of- be at Mission C- and St.Catharine's .
The bill was introduced by Assemblyman ,, were added to the lit, cases. 46 Dee. 47 Today B .
they made i I
loan now defunct of Japan second
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dutlaY. Furthermore, a lot of t opton i Truman % % 69% 79% ,
he won't start muniton eompnie. Allied au- only of the Amercan Ernest Crowley, whoH i- King County. Wash-. welfare Wallace C 4 9 'Scott said the preliminary trials

on each of British have although totally blind has costs during October, were % 1 '
working. They fear that their cnulted Te tp n sre' 14 Eisenhower I 5 would held in June, July and
the complex which have been We have in the Legislature since $260,000 more than b
plants would step ctr. o. early the
snatched 10.000. J 1
away 2 Augut wt fi at
for reparations b taken t attck inflation. Other supposed to be a set 1945. SpringfIeld Mass.officials Marshall Byre I 4 1 -_ for Oho,

heaquartr authoites' push As the year opened the BrUs Rockefeller Plans expect to spend more than $ "Derby
When Other 8 5 5 DWD.
the earthquake struck and million child 1
ronvrsion Commonwealth wa this year for en The soap box race was held
the national Government showed the country's vital i limited, export ,,12.000 Australians. 9,000 from the Hogs for Brazil 1 Id-age assistance and general A total of 22 per cent said thety hi 1934 and the races have been

little interest In the trade. 1 had mind at
eatas- Scot relief no definite choice hi
Unie Kgdom-Eland. RIO DE JANEIRO API Modern _held every year since with the exception -
trwphe. Japan today is full of American 1 this time.
Ireland
Norh ; production of hogs in Brazil of the four war
Inflated
living costs and unem- yer.
As occupation officials put It, Ideas that Te most recent instance i will be the main purpose of the ployment also are straining relief ':1 T TREND figures idict '
time 1
the Japanese have a different ring money i International Basic Economy Corporation budgets in Arizona the associationsaid Walace's Farms in Same
disaster. Sal' tried to Proclamation Spate party In to Mr. Trumanwas Stay .
philosophy than we were founded here by Nelson !
doe show the Japanese how to appealto while Massachusetts. ,Iowa. : strongestlast just WIFE-HUNTER Airline stew-
going to -let the Dcemb. : 100 Years
about themselves loal they worry bad- the public for help.,-that Irks Mountain Mayor IHUNON. |I I I Rkefeler. former Affairs.Co-ordmator and Illinois have granted more I I after the Novembr Congreional ordes. Mary captures i Family Over
Disoway
a funds for public assistance.Grandee's Allen
for everyone should help those in dis- I set Port Wayne Ind. [UP] Two -
centuries past"The tress. W. Va. tAP Rockefeller recently visited ,1 eleton whch prove a Gus, swan from a Glendale! County farms have been

the local Tokyo officials figure tat The Mayor of this mountain State Brazil studying possibilities for Kin Claim bak t te Pesrident's popularity Cal park, to fly him to:> owned the same families for
people mould The ton Te b
program was a the foundation of a series of companies
their local governments and t Cal Sam said, fail.re municipality i pr amaUon-hap on the co-operative system- a' candidate fell t 4 p Egypt, Mass., where Gus will more 100 years a survey big
ruduly. $33 Million Fortune I ( made for the Indiana
of those
py. But he ,, 14 cent expressing ,
the local the don' itend t wife
st"tt at
governments wouldI Japanese tot only 100,000yen to raise the standard of pick a new a swan
I
scream the way. destine New Orleans LU!'] A descendant 'while Mr. Wallace remained a i j 1a Society dl0ed
I t prefetrallovmor II three days but that "H Brazilian farm people. farm. His mate died j
r rebellious mood. he had been recently 239-acre the Harrison -
popular some
a Mayor'
and pretty of a Spanish grandee has asked i ] far whee
; scream was a start and another food Rockefeller's seeks solution a
plan a
sn
j t th natona Gvernment," said lesson.. Dulla C. Tomkies complained, for the food prblem. for Congesioa aid in recoverIng 1[onth bfore' the election. ,I and some swan experts say Gus j Bailey famy lives 110 h been It
Democratic to that
getting s that almost worth more > ll. and a female swan would fight' yea.
ever
Calif ea.'ford J. SaI Tacy. CL Sm convinced that now other day.is being praime a than $Cb forune paY by-passed Mr. '! unless he chooses her was first bought by VanDolars

MarArthur's Japanese have seen how special day of some sr Hal Ton of Gold Irvin ml. of New Or- e in pleknc their vicepresidential J .------ himslr from Pe.Ma Van Bu-

heaquatr."b.n the American and British He promptly put he was > in 1837. .
leans in Dl
th pIth fot dow claims the fortune : cndidae
would national Government in' o a 'disaster that they Prom now on, he served notice, {j,i I -Ease! erty in the Havana vicinity pr the top-choice and I.the general voting 'puton, The same President gave a
i h.
mouth hop there wouldbe better by themselves next tme he wont issue any more procla I!I PHILADELPHIA tAP Along since be descends directly file .f voters in the Democratic : 1 Last October he ( acre plot to J&me Tucker i 1830.

U would b The occupation of a In the the and for that : agreed the policy toward In 1839. Tuckers brother.
ail and maton"except most ., 't tnk. guns t Don Juan Xunenez Medrano. to, party post. : w t' Toma
to over done."nothing wvuld lot different than that in Ger and deserving circum wrtr. Army and Navy whom he said the property was As the.Institute reported at the :Russia .en being followed by''! bought it Last year Ebre E

b man as any Arm officer who stances.. gold braid-unused,.-leftover granted approximately '276 years i 1 tie, Mr. Wallace led by a btte;,James Byre Seretr of Tucker bought the fa.

Allied headquarters didn't see ha hi bt areas will state when the war ended. ago by King Philip IV of 1 4-to-l majority :State. A the

it that wa: When positive figr emphatically I Germany the GARRETT TO BEARS The Philadelphia regional office The claimant said he Spa.bn i tex most popular figure a a pos Institute found that among the MAN VS. HORSEComparatively

showed the temendo lo zones are divide. b here Mac- Chicago G 2'0 of the War Assets Administrationannounced denied Justice -through hd 1 vice-presidential cidat i people who said they had followed few human beIngs -

life, the" ,.lpJured. and destroyed Arthur h ufie command pound tcke'rled Gatt at yesterday it has. for of Cuba" who have declined .Alben W. Hartley. I the discussion over the Wal- : can name their own act
I'.
J housfA, Col. Sms' staff routed the rules the entr ctr. ad M. last Fn sale 16.500 troy ounces, equivalent cu until, the U. S. State DePartment Truman ranked seventh hi pcpu- I lace-Byrnes controversy the I through the fourth & ,

-I nitioftyl officials out ofbed.,5.mmoned The Stat.Ary trained ) signed with the Chicago Br.. to about 1,380 pounds, of gold and t files a diplomatic claim j 1 anti[ hi a list of eight. i
I oter back from military government trained folowr Jfjlback Bob silver thread Intended fo as in of Carbalan and his rel- Mr. Wallace's Ideas on foreign :;favored the ideas of sometimes go back eight
u .
.jkteketid, -- rest in tbe country. ,sslnt the .day, ,when,>Japani1C. ,. amJlnstwtio, ', braid on military uniforms. ,i i Lave3 bh 1 policy Y not been, popular with i rather than of M. B1t nine. r '



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(Cent from Precedioc Pare u. Articles for Sale I 13. Articles for SJe 1 3. _Articles tSr Sale j! U._ Articles Wanted 41. Poultry and Supplies I I 46. Douses for Rent I I 49. Business Rentals r- unbaJt 'rttttnretzxxORLANDO> (


HOUSE-4 rooms and bat frame; I OVENS for ell stoves. Stock Includes j STUDIO COUCH-New. I... nsed.i 'AUCTION GOODS WANTED_ tin1 i SPECIAL PRICES and why V.D&-I FOR RENT-Very Modern snail STORE BUILDING-30x80. 8. Orange I

tt. Articles for Sale I nearly emplt Has 1 moved; I Ha' and two-burner.types. Bumby i 850. Phone 3-4O39. I time to send your valuables to the suntan Government selected Parks galow, 1 bedroom new I in Winter Park. $100 month toll FLORIDA

$1000 D. (. r.. 103 W. Church. auction for Thursday's sale. Can strain Barred Rock for foundation new electric stove and lease
th.n SANDER belt: % hor I lIaD-1 la run about 4V* ,.n. L 7.Suu. I II MAY 4.1947 PAGE .3
REFRIGERATOR-HornI. today and tomorrow. OIL RANGE .A-l Can J electric .wt C 110.p.er 3-0138 for free appraisal. Doming stocking. Having use hlp by Pan suitable for couple. n. I 112 N. Or.",.. ph. 5150.I .
ELECTRIC Pertee* running Indoa b Call 24888.SCREXNOfG.. e n Auction Bale C*.. 733 W. Church St. I American 3OOO Pen pedigreed pullet small child. 6 months leas, must I ,
AU prNI.Ia HOT WATER HTKX.. seen at 227 8tb ,Bu.L I I chicks weekly. These hIgh class cate then. Johnston Henry I STORE ROOM-New. for rent 1823N. ,

_tkwt. 150. 3749.INX about 25 sliest crr&1rl I and K. shop. 20" heavy plastic-Price at .He DIAMONDS o.tcb... Jewelry old I Cockerels from old old hen ests w. 8 w. Church St I I ... ...Or.. A... Ph. 8137. I 51. Houses for Sale
*. H-P I different PLNJ. foot. Orange and rold. Rixhect cash price. M. M. I
-Two Brl..tr.tD rolnc 102 lo1 par PrOD' offer at lie each; $10-100. W. pay i
ee .t MM Rkbad.. Blossom TralL duty rip and condition. $383. Heavy Concord.SHEET Seg.l. Jeweler. 32 W. Church tblpped C .D. If you *. Joe Parks FOR RENT MAY JSth Fiveroom'lurnlslied WAREHOUSE With modern office CRYSTAL LAKE DRIVE-'S n I
cutoff 1120-
.... Ave _________________ I HOSE FTTTINas and connactlona. I 17th St. Ph. saw $93. I ROCK-7S* per fL Pllr.I I tc Sons. $ Palm \ b. Florida. j I!I cotUte one-halt mile I i I and thovroom. Also employesapartment. I screened parch and .u \
132.PINoMeul from Dubsdread Paved trt and R R. braM that beneath ,
i : 1s bedrooms with sweep n oar"
IRONaAutomatlfl control Price FURNITURE WANTED-It It's furniture ;
ELECTRIC Proctor. Samaoa.Bumby I I good line. Knox Br.Co.. 35 L upright in excellent rags t7.rter. rD.bl. I FREE FEED With every order for ; twin beds: suitable for 3 or 4 adult. siding $300 month S year lease Oe*. la this 3-tory horn. Nwiy, Turn .

: VBI.r 182 W. Church.HJCTRIC Flo. Phase 23113.I i I endtl be seen at 539 308 X. well buy It. blather *f Or- 100 of our assorted chicks containing I Will lease tor one year. S80 per : H. Ktltred So.. Realtor. 17 ed with blond and maple. Ti nu

H.rd. never I. aE DaSd. 85.33 j XCet top crosses and heavies for month: six months rent In advance. I CentrtL '.:'6.i __ _-I' rant. Waittnghous r..lf. _ra '

I HTDl'. ail '1..8... P call PHOTO COLOR brada.WyckoffsHdw. I lando. 56 X. Church St Phone 3-3808. I II quickest fryers and best 21n at Box 363 S-Star ,, WAREHOUSE WANTED Approxl- auto hot water beater 'Jure i
eul' Olt Kuhl. only $6.85. We send I i I with garden sad fruit. !
: On'v
I 2- 412 after I .. electric fan; :: i you I 1 mately 1200 so. ft. with I $ J
HEATXRSAutomatic I blle lass starter postpaid. Send $200 for cash required balance Jj,. '
," HOSE capacity { oUerlnc t.: portable drill SPRINKLER wnderground I I FURNITURE WANTED 1 47. Rooms for Rent insIde height 13 ft. Prefer with n..1 e rr
Any Total Price
R1Dfo' quanI each Offer limit $7500 Trade Rubt
100. Balance C.O.D.
full w
auto *>r circle. I "
Tempi :
Drive. Wln- rt
Heater hand. 13-gal- $6.73. knw X. Pine. ,: 10 I I Ut,. When you get ready to sell tog .quarter about May 15th. the Bu'tr Broker" .
e I Str I ten Park. Stores Co.. 23 X. PC ed next two weeks .al,. Peppy Rebel 1 1c..L I Hastinsa r-
I II AMERICA ST. 121 Lake Lucerne ?47 8.Stlr.
toB, $70 each. Tim Phone 231& _ :w:1 call 2-0931 Cochran'a Furniture Chlek Box 1311!. Deetur. Ala. I -- ._ -_ -- ---I II I tonI SVO Central;. (Arrjrl.
'I quiet charming ho...
down. 31 months FURNITURE for .Ie.I P. electric deep and I I.eL |I Store 1015 W. Church guest
Nothing :
a. __ GOOD DESTRICT-v-Larg S
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1.mJ&1 3HE corner ;
HUSOL Factory 8750 alnele! 810 double !
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Libby Freeman. Ill city. Be at 839Woodward d09 I I! FURNITURE-Used stoves: ice boxes: room for small business doctors
1 "d i
little new portable
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Avenue. : many&Well Drilling pr Puma month.Supply- and uarowe. Wltttns: 6247. I[ Sewing machines Call before yon I tested on Blue Ribbon's Ribbon'aeroblood CLOSE IN-Larte airy"room.. Private or real estate office. Vacaau Claybauth. I CLOCK IN-

I Winter Garden Rd 1 mil east I sell. W* pay "topprim.. SeweUThurmond Hatchery. Dept. bltuiuB'efl7 St.. i bath. Fine far business couple.Double. Realtor, Metcalt Bldg. Phone A modern tile bungalow of 3 bedrooms
ELECTRIC: PRIG ID In food HOIST 3 2 operated Furniture Co72 W. Pin 510.6105. WashingtonCRYSTAL I J613. and 3 baths
m JD Qrlo Vista. Orlando; ph. 7087. SOLAR STSTEMCall 3-1678. I,' ST Dial 4070. S. W.. Atlanta, 0. I on 3 acrvg it"
I ., between I II log highway 17 '
Cllet cl.! and extruding .*
LAKE
cadUo. I .mce. POULTRY HOUSES (3). 'ft. DRIVE Large
9x20
CCOtJLELECTRIC and I I I OFF1CX MACHINES andTirnltuT I I 50.'an d to Rent big lake Oarat and tool r *.
Curd.1 I 2 compartments. bedroom semi-private both In
45. spacious -
type atKervlnator I e:-m$193. Holler Cheer- ed. automatic Electrically light i SCREEN GRILLS Screen door I 1 Get our prices. Check with George Apartments for Rent suburban lakefront home. hou..1 I Quirk poasMsion at 8J1J500 '. j,

Nsura.. BordWtrLJIECTRIC I & 11 Celia heavy w.trer. ventilators, I Screen sets. Screen adjusters and I Isprings. : 8lu rt. 13 8. Main St.. phone 6156. Kitchen privilege Beach boat cool APT. Furnished *r small M. J. Mo**. Br.k.r. 133 8. _ULv
Gas.
Dp' lumb Excellentcondition. : APT 1 bedroom furnished.
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for. Smyth Lumber Co. Or- PbOtt 977.COLLEGE .
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103 W ) OLD 1 dons In. by middle atedaaulet aubsUntlal I
-u I Quantity heavy I I and :, GOLD-wg pay hlihest Prices electricity Accept well-behaved shady urd. 555 S.
FANS-Just received thlp- HOLLYWOODBED.-CoinDlrts with war cloth. 4 ft. WM. j. rillott : ante R.lrd. for diamonds, old gold watches. child Reasonable. Shady Villa Farm CASSELBERRY"aaica I couple. Permanent. RessosI.I II.
Lodge,
stock and compare. m.ure.twin or full six. 143.50. i Orange Blossom Trail 43rd St.:8Hclo tUrP.ntin..WII-. I: kioken je" I". teeth silverware. L-newaod American Plan Hotel rIding horias. abl I. reat:P. O_Bo._t 47. Orl-mU. _
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SJIbor Co.. N. Orante and W. rraltr Co.. 141 and 8U ', PLATFORM RoU sl Smith Lumber. Co N.paint nope I IRalr0 gerkman_*._Sons. 139 N. Oranse.WE I CENTRAL AVE. 3007 L-PurDIllbed I fishing hunting In season. Winter APT. OR HOUSE-1 or 3 bedrooms. I'' PARK-BauUnl; modern

.___________________ i construction reul.r. 41.S. BOW I ad BUY used furniture. Call us be- apartment 4 rooms; with private I Park 9174-W. ________, furnished or unfurnished for a 3-bedroom bungalow an lart
FLOOR CLEANER--Nertr water I HOU8KOL QOODS. .alt-Mkl I 139.50. Onlsude Irlhr. 141 I _ _ fore selling Orlando Furniture Co. I bath. Also 2-room apartment. Adults CLOSEiN-3s1"i""uA Avenue.A refined settled business .om.. Box Kitchen equipment Included at 8,
1 ; and W. C. SINGER BEWING Store *IS w' 241 a-Star. 000. 84.000 cash, balance :_ ,_ .
on fin* floor C..Der. i esa 1 br" pr. et il lCor Church phoneY only. torte airy desirable room. Near ---I i
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2-411113.
Lumber N. Blng t* settle eatala. ,711'i able. Can b Par C. P Shumway, Realtor; IO 1,
Smyth C. Oral I MsnylsndAve. Winter < PNoWelu. slied upright. $ : Lake Avenue. i W-IiL-PAY' CLOSE 'IN Attractive modern V : Grills APT. OR HOUSB-Furnish** or part I Orente.; t-MSt

Railroad_ _ _ __ P.rt Vr-prT.t77ral htb.D*, I $300 CaihToF spinet"TC room apartment well furnished. Losi" IN.-Lars* modern-room for ly. Couple with 16 mo*, child. Per-
FURNITURE Practically new. 1 ma-! IRRIGATION SYSTEMS le supplies W .' SINK KIMS-All standard a with : $100 for upright. Write Bitter Tile bath and shower twin beds. $75 3 or 3. K.tchen and laundry priviletes. nent. Reference Ph. 3-1802.: !I CTTRU3 AVE* 733 7 room. X -
1 tor grove farms I." Florida Southeast Bales We ter. 709 B. Fla. Ave, Lakeland. 1st Adults trio kitchen tarate. 3 lots SOX i
bonny Duncan Phyfq sofa; mahogany PISTOLS 2. new. 8. and W. ]i tmmna per month until Oct. 208 E. Robinson I .
HOUSED
Pip Co 830 W. Church; 3-2 .. W. Amelia; dial 2 or 3 bedroom; preferablj'snfurnluhed. I' ft. each. 38 fruit trees. Near t
upholstered rockers Ippl automatIc Two co.a.si. 10 i WE PAY highest cash prices for old only 418 Broadway__ v
:1 i 3 21-Je"e I CLOSE IN-Freshly painted room. Permanent. P. O. Box
ny (laar top eoffe* table =OhM .11. _, Royal watches .Bj''a 2144.SHOW diamonds and diamond Jewelry In I II COPELAND T DRIVE 100 W Living I Private entrance and shower. 2422. Orlanda I store achaoL Quick anis omur toInt -

Inch Ior fireplace ..DL I ICE CREAM PRXZZXR-.4-qt.. elee- for typewrlrer. :I any condition. City Lusgag and room 2 bedrooms dinette, kitchen. Phone 5305 I north
p.bl
or .. ajn.. &4 p.l. 11.D.: trio or hand oprt. Electrle but, lars. stove Trailer rear c.s-New and used. Ilae Jewelry Co.. cor. Orange at Church I bath Nicely furnished Very cool, I HOUSE. 2 bedroom: anfur.lshed.er COLoniALTOWN large roomi and
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Park Drive. ten churn. 3534 of !, C* 116 COLONIAL DR.. 115 K.-Double. Inner partially ao. Reasonable; $413 or
Ce, _ WlhN' Hd. 8008. Conway Road. Booth Show C ao' WANTED -- Two screw gear chain near bus. Re.*en bla rent-_ breakfast nook. Oak floors, gag
abused CABINET .Seven-fooU : PRESSURE "= ; Alley; phone hoists _-tea capacity. Must be BERT 4225 Washer. buT. sprint Large ventilated cloaet. Box 159 8-Star. : furnace .Venetian blinds plenty e'it-
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CK APARTMENT"
bought Jck a ; HOUSE OR 3 bedroom els. 3-car Unfurnished, $11
& months. unit Ipree' i tlonal In good shape. Write Box 114. X-. Hot water Newly decorated. Infant 1 garate.
Uo S.1 .
Orlando, the home .D 1Dnn.L .. 85 week.CLOSE unfurnished __ reasonable I 500. Owner Fvenlngs. 753 Palm Dt f*.
from Mother of condition. $ penny I 18-qt. KuhL SEWING MACHINE-White Rotn. burg. welcome Dial 2-O509.
I Iroom :
trleadly! furniture: 5 K Church. \ 1013 Dixie Ave.. Lees- | WYtft. !. 224 i $1$. Twin beds $10 nch 114 I IN-. pleasant front price for two settled business ..I CLOSE IN-2 block from Orange
PIANOS fine practice pianos. For I FAIRBANKS AVK-. 3757-Furnished Gentleman Box 358 !- ".
!. burg and r bring and shew. Phone set Pairbanka.Winter. TI&MSV 35. Fuel Oil and Wood All conveniences. I men Avenue. 3 bedrooms extra large
or rent. Robinson (31If 3-room and bath apartment fae- Call 3--6-9
311 Blue.INLAID "alc preferred HOUSE APT. desired local living all floor New
room on one
I MIRROR-Just I
Orange A.e.PLUDO t relnd ins lake. Ph. Winter Part. -. esR a:7
FURNITURE eonsal I I I No FUEL OILS-Now is the time to have CATHCART ST. 335-2 rooms."CooL I man wife small roof and Improvements. Lot $71314.
radio. aAZalt. en.or. I Installed .n aua.U t.P. lasts 30 minutes. larger fuel tanks Installed. Lessen GORE AVE. 1401 W.-3 room, fur Single and double. Private son 2 or 3 bedrooms; furnished. Convenient I nicely landscaped with 14 large elt-

Electric b..t .; babe crib and floors LOI*. Avdoyan, 3501EdgewaUr I &r.tc. all tyPe recordings. Call for'd.moD.UoD 'I your worries next Winter. Ask about nished. 1 block W. of Kentucky I trance. Laundry privilege 1 to store Prefer Mark rue trees and plenty of shade Ample

m.Ur..eepr.$ : White Electrle tew- I Dr. t 2-11. Photo Tees Camera. our gauges McGraw't Fuel OU Service Tavern. After 3 P.m.__ blocks from post office. Summer I School District. Can Mr. Mtneny at room for erecting garage apartment

lat .. 11500; 9-pece walnut FIXTURES Fla. ; dial,8021. GLENDONJO DR 923-On Lake ''.,. Phon 3-8001 i 5300 _ _ f ar court Prtc $10.SCO. term
$241 50 t piece Sre. .e.bu. Electric Ice box and I -r.D"th ;:: Jamron and Carter, Realtors. TO X.
auit. ; Concord.
twin BAR j jI I lifts In dull brass. CLOSE IN-SpeclaL 835 HOUS* By the year. Unfurnished :
ICR CREAM
bro. or
.llt. 15.0 two-piece 11- Mapl Mew. X* to te otn*. I i I It f-Is Wg plumbing hive Easy you are Payments.ta need I BA. u. Hardware. 220 8.Orange 37. Fertilizers and Soils ofU lg Chef Hove Modern_ 1, rats to business airli ar settled I I bedrooms 3 .. CentraL 9518 Phone A. T. <3u tr> Carter

Inc room 11t ; lane kslb.rcovered Phon -,4 t i 1t Ave. Phone 3-1641 JEFFERSON COURT HOTEL-1 and couple Attractive I air conditioned I clean Wanted by 3 adults abaolaUl71
IU.D Innersprincmattreaf I I COW WAHbR&-SI yard delivered. -' apartments available 8um- twin bed. private bom*. Cell 7435or very particular COLLEGE PARK-Furniahed. New

and I .prn.. bargain. BOX-Good condition $3$. 3:I IuTPC Pumps Tanks-Deep of an or Sb.ll. Walla. SEWING MACE Damascus$45.ID. 100-lb. bag $150 delivered. M. A. men rates after May 1. _ 28931. yard an or near bus Una. Box 250 I gag refrigerator. $ rooms: frame.
IIC turbine condition.
kitchen : .en Uardoood
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$65.00: .I. Dp tary. Prewar construction.
: I Prnetol I t. Knight. County 1102.r write efficiency ClOJ-g IN Larce comfortable room 3-St r
5.TEWR. JEFFERSON ST. 1S09 -1- I
pumps. .
nil $4500; Florence oil 1515 Av* phone I 75 ft. lot.
rante. .a SYSTEM ( 1 j. floors. Attached Oarage.
H.r.o Box 1111.I ..p.rt.menturallbed. for 1. 3. or 3 people. Reasonable.Phone UNFURNISHED 3 or 3 bedroom
.so (IS.00; CmaaI Un I I at SS950. Mr.
ft ; A-I Office Price below toe market
:1. I Trscy's. Goths. Fla. Dial 118. t7. I I 1 COLD SMOKE Destroys p t8---.n Please telephone 4439. 8202 _ apartment or house. Permanent
-
Cxctriq Ilk. I.., 1. 50: wood i ida Business Equipment & Terms. Ul3Monday. Nunet with Herman Goodwin Ine*
rn. Call
'Joule, : Ice freeier. I Orange Av*. 5454. for-County 1I19-J-13. D.1 creates healthy growth longer. Best KISSIMMEE room and bath, furnished !, HuR.cH-8T.. 230 X.-85 week. Twin ; reudent.. Pen oa Retrigeratlon Broker 677 N Oranee; 9R58.
$7. : Coolerator refrigerator lit I dr.haI I ; for all flowers vegetables. shrubs Couple only. 84O monthly bed. Share with working girt. 9753.REFINED
&, $7$.50. SeweU-Thurmond Furnltr .' KITCHEN eiMKS-64-te. double I TI0 JUGS 1 and *-nn. and lawn.. SOl Brookhtven Dr 8314i Inquire Bale 22 E. Etther Orlando. I Close in, !I middle aged business couple. COLONIAL GARDENS' -Very model
I.
Co* 73 Pin St. Phon .f ml. l.uc&Complete strainer 'ra w\h .pu\. Wilson CentraL LeonadHardware. Phone !i i FILL-Good black top soUU muck LAKE DOT SECTION-4-room desirable -1 i I COLONIALTOWN- N. Hyer. Attractive 3 ar 3 room Apt. Year round. beautiful 3-bedroom furnlshlnta.beme. 41 eonstruciloa.hardwood
.blL R..a.ble. H.ve car. Phone 2-3855.
4070. | $119 95 IS down and dairy fertiliser. Delivered. garage apartment. Phone I-I double room. Twin lI.d'. floors solar heat large corner tot,

i t7.48 pe cu > ckof.s .D. I 2-21',_____, Good Telephone 2-4053. 25?t. BusIness girl* preferred.iINcOLNTAPARTSLENTSl89! .__ I AUa single ream. Near bus UNFURNISHED Apt. or house desiredby nlc lawns and shrubbery, every on-
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2814 KuhL TYPEWRITER aemlnt.offer. 'I rop-SOiL Fill dirt peat Guaran- : More I CONCORD AVE.. E.-Nic* comfort.able permanent resident Elderlycouple. vecence. very rvaaonabis. Johnston

PRIGIDAIRX-Rebuilt. p.re' con-! KITCHEN whit.enamel PITCHER PUMFJU. cODdtO. $50 or Orange Blossom i 1 teed full loads delivered. Write H. Blvd Winter Park. 1 .and 2-bed 1 room. Good location Private rep etable. Monthly rental Henry. Broker 8 W. Church St.
B.
dition. 1149.50. a Com I RO&on.. H. H.Parriah I T.ler Park. A. Bray. P. O. Box 102. Loekhart.Fla. room apartments. Janitor services hot f mily. Very reasonable. Ph. 8-03. about 840 Box 378 8-Star. i COLONIALTOWN SECTION IxioS

I'D 1117 Virginia Drive.FENCK Hardware, 320 B. Orange I i Pitcher 56.7 Pumps" with brsss .:I.r i I Ti.TCRTe_ _ from Dial 116 ask for County 33-R-12. water, steam heat. Year round or CLOSE IN Corner room Clean. RETIRED naval officer and wife good for GJ Loan. Twobedroomblock

PT.cPr 7 ft. lone. | Phone 3-1841. prl. j jTracy's homemade Summer rental. Adults only Winter I rl.b'.Ir,. Next to bath Continuous desire unfurnished house ar apt. j, house, oak floors. tile batlu

3 \4 1 pr 100. 4 & :. 1tr.Uoal.. Box one : 38. Plant Flowers and Seed Park9181_ _. hot wtr. Ph. 6390 or 85 N.Hu I No. pets or children. R. Gering, General nice location, Excellent tonstrucUoa.
liD. butt per ItU I LUOQAQE TRAILER ,11 I- Pmbl I rum PI. Goths i Chevrolet. L C. ". S. I i MICHIGAN AVE, 413-Unfurnished I i hey.COLONIALTOWN. I Ii I Delivery. I Priced st $8,300. Must pass for
Urea. 47 tag. $50. .
Co. Witter P.rl 111. I Store. Por I IPl. 483 AZALEAS cut flowers artistic table apartments. For details and informatIon ,i -Lars* room.-Bua. I 100* GX Loan or no deaL For
Ltbar.LUMBiBA 'jtj'rx-henttngton decorations. We wire any here. JoAnn' 51. Houses for Sale this and other O-t Homes rail Reggie
PANS- of Table dial 11$ Aik lobel. see 1411 E Amelia Av*. I Welkin distance to cafe and thea- '
Tor
a t I -County 508 Macy Florist. (Formerly Kittinser's). Moftat with O. f. Swope Realtor 60
floor Office I
attic.Payment td dtenla Ab .
Ur 1121 N. Mill, ph 11121.I
rom I 1.11..1.PL 64 B Central 4643. ROYAL PALM APARTMENTS I I Phone 5813. After office
as $1.00 weekly. As.aoclated .10m Dr. 1f1 I TARPAULINS canvas specially i : : ALTAMONTE .8PRIHQ3-81.UI 5- East Pin*
A I ,1 Lucerne Circle. New luxuriously CLOSE IN 813 South Main. Double .
W. Washington ran 24019.COWNIALTOWN
worth hours
Store 113 M. Orange BL treated. Slsea 15x18. B. P.Oreh CACTUS-New shipment. Wide va- furninhed 3-room apartment. Beautiful I room home easily $15.500at "__ __
sndvsmsll kitchen. Telephone ,
Phone 130.PN221 LIVING ROOM SUITE Bro Garland and Robinson J I rlety. Cut flowers corsages. Peggy location. Year round. $90 month. room prewar prices. In a good 8-ac.re 3 blocks from

suite; Brand new washing m.eh. __ : Jo's Gardens. 3319 N. Orsnse. Phone Adalts only.RIChARD I 3-4S09. j I grove worth 8125O per acre with furniture business district. 3-bedroom bunga
Harmon Ave. 1 All new. 738 W. Church St. GROUND EQUIMT-i in.iiiin. Joiner I 3-1727 Open Sunday. a _____ CLOSE IN-219 1. Jackson. Front worth $2000. All this "form- low. Nicely furnished, well construe

and appro, TABU SW-1 Will take I CAMELLIAS axaleasr palms landscape AVE. and Conway Dr. Off '''I' housekeeping room; also furnished I I erly 827.500.N for only $19.000. Owner ted: elee trie kitchen 3-car garage

WMOWo. uret pr.t gift for growing children. On 1 I, .lh Drive. Ia S. Bumby. 2-room apartment with room All conveniences ___ leaving must sell. A real bar- 84SOO cash balance terms. Harry
FURNITURE Clpt 1.1 ; E.$Pine. Phon.23163.LAWNMOWLRSPower.. .Btr.c 2 i iI &utber Metal Fabricating.Pine I..t trade. 813 Virginia | MuroelwMte shrubbery Narteries; tropical E: Princeton.PORTO plants private bath. Unfurnished. Rt. 6 Box j I ..1" with big Income features C W. Heath. Broker In Colorjlaltown. 8253.COLONIALTOWN .

room furniture: t.p.tr. Iera Ca.t.. P.. Ph. 3-0020. |I TYPERIT. portable; 8pI D 428._______________ I I CLOSE IN-CooL Private bath Summer Walter Realtor 673 N. Oine: 9618. -Leaving city, T
New $125ndvp.LLSt.elCo..43$1 *. X plants.
condition. Duncan and RICO sweet potato i
drla I 11 WINTER PARK. 1293 Richmond Rd. I I
Pf. PIPE for and farm Irrigation. B I 644 Magnolia.
1 rates. I room frame. 3 bedroom, 1H bath.
mahogany table. China M $330 per lOOu. Arnold's Fred and
Call
c.bteL I t rut Furnished ,
Florida tc Supply Co 630 W. apartment complete;
with workroom. Reduced to
Garage
dishes and .rlL lurltua Brranphon. J-BM1- : ar e. Chinch St. ; 8118. TABLE $5 84: I Seed Store. Winter Garden__ ___ modern; for adults. With garage.W1NTE"k.Orlando PRIHOa- I
: elu.
221 IvaBfaoe .. phon 1-76L ,I eb.t. .ol ; I SWEET POTATO PL&NTS-POI'tO I I CLOSE IN-500 South Main Street.Nice LLIAMONI'I 813.5OO. To b* leased If not sold by
I I Itl : Ave. ', I Woodwird. Pb. 23278.
POWER UNITS-Continental 18. LP. I rooms at Summer rates.Ap- May lit 639
PRrnRnett set, Duncan for agricultural and eat.I 1O07 B. Orlando Ave. Rico at $3.50 a thousand. Arnold's mlle beyond underpass on 17-S2. I I ply now.CLOSE 3 bedroom 2 baths attractive. Extra i By awner.
0.1; do" I I Winter Park Feed & Seed Store. Winter Garden 3 lots available: "950.
Cthole I stallations Florida Duplex apartment; furnished.
d.nnPnl! loot e.: chi LAWN MOWERSNationally Ce. 810 W. St.Pip Ph. 8118. : TOOLS Gay; Nineties' bicycle, lab: I I ?'I._. rooms bath and dinette General I IN-Corner room. next to i Lake Front-85 z 159: 3 room fur CONWAY poultry.-3-room Near house reboot Large church yard:
occasional Curb bath. One block of city ball fruit
bond. .k eb CUM ZINNIAS marigolds tomatoes collards kitchen. Cool shaded nished. $3300.
drum table. ll. 1a1 tl knows band lawn mo.er. Ii PUMPS-All t7P3 Irritation. ladu pins cal..e aorle.tote.poles I ; also cut flowers. Frltts Garden -- y llh guest lho' I IwiNT I Phone_11440.I 3-tory frame-4 bedrooms. 3 baths. and- piore.__ ..,Owner..-718 Franklin.-- _.. St_ .. iCCLONIALTOWM

and OilS with oslts p.d. bedroom U' price $33.98, sale price a2.8I trial Florida Ppe I furniture;'eU..atque Store Belgrade' and Virginia Dr.FRESH PARK Delightful perfecti i I GORE AVE 1 East-Attractive room Acre of citrus Furnished: 13500. -- -

act .It Uneriprtng .tt. Supply Co.830 W. Curb; next to Post.Office. Maltland. occasion. I in beautiful home Semi-private Call ., our Altamonte Office Homer SECTIOI* PraeU--
PLOWHESEveny ly equipped and
spring and and tnaersprlnc. twin bed. Wit and I Tracy's Florida.Plumbing I P.. Doth. PIANO-Second bl upright, mahogany b.1 and kitchen 1 rust Hoffman's Gardens N. Mills and,, apartment. Two reasonable blocks from lakeside bus bath Kitchen privileges Ph. 9706. Sewell 88394HuekelO'NeaL. Manager; call Winter Park rally new furnished modern; 3-room cooking bungalow rant,
TTo
chest cleaner case. Show by .P Free e.tmt.I Virginia Drive Dial 3-4828 Roam for 3 adult No children or HARWOOD AVE., 309 Nice cool partly other
many Realtors; lit X. Rob- refrigerator and tome
Call 4824. electric
ebe.rll.Vauu. W. Ya A..1 I Fltsse dial ask for County 151_ pl.tIell Bob &"HDe Phone 2-83 MOTHER'S DAY PLANTS-Hydrangea pets 486 Virginia Court phone Wln- room north side. Private entrance Inaon dial 3-3753. furniture Included. For Immediate
1. PISTOL-380 Automatic. 63 I ten Park 84-W. Phone Business girls preferred.
and attic, from I U41.1DCh aen. UPHOLSTERY FABRICS Ab in bloom .African violets. Gar sale and occupancy $10.000.00. term
PANSWtdo.. Church. Phone G shape. All going for $> 101 standard stock 4uaUt. Hew 1.t dents Fuchsias. Begonias. Cinera WINTER PARK-114 Comatock. JACKSON ST* 1201-Double bedroom This is a nice little home. You would

1 J I P.13. C.loll.LPATBro _ _ Urns and colors. Jr.a 2.1 rl... 1623 KohL Attractive modern 2-bedroom furnished with Inner springs. Overlooking like it For full particulars see Mar-
R I. do In
31f. _ _ APOPKA HIGHWAY- ** near
do hides In one N. Orange. apt. Front June to November. lake. Phone 2-4114._ tie Williams. Realtor. 21 W. WashIngton -
fiWs-.Lstd lat Lake Falrvltw. Cheap house.
np to models.38 Inch 10 tttie Inch fans.Wettlnthouse diameter I W MOWERS Pet.eM, cL. Smith ti Co cracks., If. ".1 VNBN BLINDS Custom luO 39. Livestock and Supplies i iI Phone Winter Park 165-W_ JACKSON ST. 111 K.-Close in. double I,! 4 rooms and shower. Move new in. $4500.: Bt. Phone 8106.COLONIALTOWtf .
O.al & aq. ft. WINTER pARit-$Huntington downstairs. Private bath.
Emerson. Firestone. 8 per i Exclusive. Dial 8613 Cisybauih. Metcalf -
and Myers. Walter J. Rbbt. 11.1.. ae C., and Railroad.PRESSURE delivery. R.dbl Venetian Blinds Co COLTS. 2. 1 registered Trnn. walking I Ave. 6-room furnished apt. 2 bedrooms JACKSOK ST. sic ..-Nice room I BWg. '

1 E. Robinoon.Pounded_ 1938.l I LAWN AND COOKERS- ; 1636 Dr.;_phone 2:-!! ._ I, hone 1 fCly. 3 years old. Call I ; completely furnished. Mo with hot water and inneriprintt.Telephone I AVALON BLVD.,-Sauhwest corner ..fI large De I
oE 8PL to." $13.93; also pressure"c 32" 1384.__ __ MS. porch: living room: tiLIng
FLOOR HINGES-Double action type. i Lawn :' VENETIAN ND82W.30'S.. sli.t. .__ 1 I 4836 I I Osceola. New concrete block: 6 large steeping
H. H, 320 I complete line of l.ud .Prr. H i iI R. R. Parriah Hardware 22 34". and 36" widths with aluminumslat !.> FLORIDA PONY 6. and colt 9 2-ROOM and bath kitchenette aparWment I I: LAKE PRONT-2 rooms: bath divid rooms, tile beth. Open for Inspection room: kitchen. For quick tale $8y Bee
arrantM
ra H.rd.ae But Phone 3-1841. blinds: 86 each at the factory months. Cheap. Raeford Road. east Beautiful sleeping with 50000; terms ran b*
A room
Orange i I Parrlsb Hardware 8. Orange .n. ed. $8 each Also 2-room suite, to Uv. Owner.
_ 2 AVC4 dial 8039. OTlindo .f Peel Ave E. O Plerson. !I f:71 I L. A. Bryant with Mantle WJIlams
I I Phone 2-114. i PLUMBING SUPPLIES-Vent traps 1739 8. Ka1 : private bath. Summer rates. Beach vats bath. $10. 203 Lucerne iiiiiiiecwbunsslowTile: ; Street
LIGHTS-Poe outdoor I.bt lavatory faucets double sink faueets. "" Blind Mtnnfaetnrlng View Court. 231 8. Orlando Avenue.Winter I I I RcaHor. 31 W. Washington
F .*r grounds. H. K. |., LUJ eh.8 t. 13 inch** I ftttingsrgoad 1 I ph. I i I 7910___________ __ ___ i bath tile dralnboard and window Phone 8108.CENTRAL .
also galvanlxed pipe Park
VUh Hardware. 330 S. Or: Phone w4.. $ ._nn H. Parrlsh Hard- VARNISH Special acid alcohol. GOATS-I0 bead. 2-3650. __ LAKE FRONT-Nice airy rooms. Hot I I sills. This Is worth your Inspection.
An.OW .r..I. H. I heat resisting. For bars 10r 926 18TH STREET-3 room furnished 1 water. Tnnersprings. Near bus. Roper Realty. Church sod Main;
-Nirr'irooln
2.1.4. Or..o .a. Or". Phone 2-141 and exterior n's. apartment Adult preferred On I I II I I II AVE.,
FREEZERS sixes In latest models. LAWN rotary WU. I i GOATS-Several Sannan doe, fresh I Phone_7465.MAGNOLIA. 'I 2-1413 _ tram bnntalow. Oak floors. 61
From $249 50 up. Prompt delivery. blade: bl dr"a Etl.1tb o without : PIANO-Oulbranson Spinet Walnut I VENETIAN BLINDS-3-day del.r> Heavy milkers. Overstocked F. P.I bus line Ph 2-O480_ i I AVX.. 1134C ADAIR LAKE SECTION-New lllo front*.*. Unfurnished. Price. $u;::

4 .WUcox Inc. X. Robin- motor In .aella' 4914. tD$595. Sm.1 down 1.FeD'I Custom made by Charles a 112 I Flniel. Mount Dora. FURNISHED APARTMENT Lake room with twin beds and large :: era buntalow. 100* 01. loan.Pbone I Ask for H-B88. Harold V Coiid.,1.

*W.lte*_. l 193&7LUORESCTNF 1 LAWNMOWERS-Garden hose; rakes .... 143 N. Orange ter. Ave. Phone Edsewater Dr. Ph. 3-0453. i I; HORSE-Bay filly. 3 years old. Sired : ..bnn all 39th electric St kitchen. Reason- I ck>.et ._ 2-311! I Realtor: 37 E. Central Ave. 81 _

FIXTURES UU and sprinklers. Smith Lumbei e 5300 I VENETIAN B Manufactured I by Major. Halter broke and gen- __ MAGNOLIA AVE and Weber. Large ,, EIiIioft3largbedroom & I CONWAY-BUMBY SECTION New

14-1S-20 ; l.UU $895 W Orans and Railroad. ( in built. Met I tie Phone 69H5. __ I OARAGE APARTMENT room. and I attraoflve corner room. 4 windows.Kitchen I house in excellent bnntalow. S room; t bedroomi.

Fats Store. 10 bJ Church. LUMBER 11400 of 1x4.1x8. pAflT-Outstd.. whit* and. c ''1 delivery. Wood- 'HEIf'Jl\-.Guernae", extra nice be' bath infornlshed. $60 mo. UtUltle I I: privilege Summer rate lion and spacious throughout. COndl-j Nice lane kitchen plenty cablnej.
Prom 83 90 gallon.
tt Iln. a I ery. BI Dd mert' and I.t.UP fresh about May 10th. One 3-gai fiirnt'hed. Phone 949B I I, lot with plenty of hde. Immediate pouesslon Near bu a' d
FRENCH New and com : lx$. and 21. to I I rear off South St. We deliver. ArnoldFaint ORANGE AVE. 473 S.UYlnlbrdI
DR I 24 Jersey, one 3-year-old Morgan colt. I APT-3-rbont unfurnished. Inquire at I I to bus and tores Price 89750. with stores. See this. $7330 term. Bam
.. Win.Ui 30 All for $ Pbon I Store. 407 8. Orange: Orlando Venetian room. nicely furnished. Private I
Park F lo..Uo Jon 59$n. lanh. 2-3 without obligation I very gentle for child. Bronson & trailer behind family market en b.th. Breakfast privilege In room. terms. Jamerann and Carter Realtens. j JehTMion C*. 2O8 8 Main
Kahl '
18-R. Blind Mfg. 17T9 S : lOs. 70 X. CentraL Phone A. T. ,
I Ranch. Van Burn Ave., Orlo Michigan Ate.SLEEPINO -
'Son' _____ _____ 12S-j--iclc. COLLEGE PARK-Charming 9-rs.1*
I (
rooms. 8 ft. Hot- LIVING ROOM SUITE 3-plec VELOCIPEDES for sis children. I ORANGE AVE rooms. i Carter. 0515.REVERLYSIORESIn.
RNlRJ t piece antique, heavy maple. Cheap. K. O. PlerSOB. :I PLUMBING FIXTURES Ured. & DeLuxe: ____ PORCH APARTMENTUtilitIes. Double or twin bed.. Convenient totown frame buntalow furnished or
dining room tulto; twin bedroom .. of Peel An. Raeford : Rubbr .Bpr"d Con- HORSE-Sound and gentle gelding. linens. $30 month. 910 I this popular furnished. Ideal home for famli.- i
R.d Firestone. I and beautiful section we have a fin lots, a J
.ult. mapl. bedroom suite: antique I LtVlNQ ROOM SUITE-2-plec* pu- $1$0. Bath tub. lavatory, toilet mel.. ______ Winter Owner Park.leaving 329-J.town must sell. Fh Iut muhlntton _____ PRDl iroN AVC:2 rW-RooID I home with three bedrooms and band- bedrooms growls children.and sleeping 3 large porch r OM

bedroom suite Rugs and I& I man. 38 E. Tile. cmilet with trim above the nor.lt VIOLIN Old. Made by Masalre Balven. APTS.-3. On room Furnished except I I for couple. Kitchen privileges if some furnishings In a price range ) to excellent school bus and ttores
2 piece overstuffed living r fixtures. City PALOMINO STALLION registered At for linens and kitchen uten- de-lred. On bin line Ph. 5375.RAERN found here. "OOO..
LEAP RAKES Famous lawn .r.C. Ho. W. Evans. Rt. 1. Box 710.Holden not too often Owner leaving city will sell for only
salt, end tables odd chairs stud. Florida's Golden Boy Turkey : -
tp ;: ., 127 W. Pt.ab A. *11*. Weber's Corner. 8. Orsns Blossom &500DeI.ne Deiir.able. Call Fred Reese with Hrr-Meore of only $1200 cash
7 eu 1Clsv 8t Winter I omb. 2 slseg. Knox Stores C.2 Ave Lake Ranch West 33rd St. 435- 1 $7800 on terms
. E. Pin*. Phon 13& Winter Park; pnon 211 BLINDS Aluminum Out- Vineland Rd. Orlando. Fla. Call Trail.Ll'TNew. '_' For refined gentleman or couple !.o1l38.101I.. Pine. ___ I (furniture extra sea W I, Hall w h
FLOOR FURNACX-Colemaa. AU I vAN furnished. On lake 1 single.I Shepherd Realty Co. 20 E.
Private home. Wee.ly 810 Harold
LAWN used (Jalousies 2-2395. Stud fee $25. Return privil-
1-3 off. Will Allnlm.
Uk
new MOwRP. utilities fur.
lV
kitchen bath Bt Phone S124
WashIngton
room A :
$13 couple SHORES SECTION -
I : Rtfat-Proof Steel and I lege. _____ BEVERLY
813 Virginia
drnn _
I.p. le" lallne __ Swimming fishing. $50
D 2-34 .. T E. FIlL Terms quick deliveries. '- nUhed WOODWARD AVE. 1110--2 double 1941 home an a beautiful location. CLOSE d-Nicely furnished %alt'
FRENCH DOOR3x7xlK.: cii -: ,. ph 3742 aL 1 App, PAINT-Whit* and colors. Buy at Bld. Aluminum Prture SADDLE MARE LaCl, .. gaited month 6 miles on Winter Garden I i I rooms. Kitchen prlvllete Call after 3 nice bedrooms large living i I Ins oistanr to down town 2 tarts
abused. $13 Virginia i I warehouse prices. Profile Supply Reasonable. A. P. Gllham. Phone road. Turn left at Taffrall Club.
Used but not
andcar living
; as'I with tile floored bath,
I Reconditioning Work I roomy closets bedrooms
Bend.** anI 7124. c.reul7 3744. Aporka. J'lnkBlnrkeottsse. 3- I in. I 8pm__________ ____ room I
Drive 'LT&8U 'a2. I I Co. 1800 Atlanta Ave, phone formed. Service !0injle I I case afe some of ILl 'e.tllrea. .I.r room with fire place, larte din.
I I .Uahmeu'D4 rbln. 919 Ad.m. dial Orlando TEXAS HORSES head. All young I WINTER PA11K-500CbsoS. Single I lie purchased furnished or unfur InC room electric and gas sltchen,
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INl 8PEColdp'. en.ft r. et S3 I Church. 2-316. I i PRESSURE COOKERS 9556 *r Centr.\ 848. mares ;two and threes except three TWO* 3 rooms; hot. cold water; ;I or double. Sun room drek Private overlooking baths lake andshowers. nished. Financed and available crick-4 J Polled pantry, 3 porches, largo

.Irara Hand carved Chinese. ebonydesk 18" ROOM SUITE Maytag I r and Wear-Ever Un.n! Insulating teidlDts. Mostly unbroken. On ranchin I 2-1106. Summer rate WInter Park 27. I IT. Rob't 8. Hue with closets, oak floors, t'U roof, garage,
.b., ? maple bedroom suit. 2 .hDI machine. Large overstuffed I I 18 tu.r. Hard WABOAlch/ Upeon Klulmwe River lection. S1.80O I I I I II :re. Realtor. 13 W. Washington. basement 66 ft lot Dinlnoom
PO tp. t 23.u.r. ,
fine mahogany dining room suites. and ottoman 1810 Hollen- I I I 102 Curch. board. Mills Nebraska.WALI.SAFESPenfect buys alt See Ben Rodger Broker 64 itLE.ROOMFurnIshed.. Large I NICE, cool for Summer, lane rooms I II Isingle 6174. now used as bedroom making 3
bed-eo living rom suit. S beck Dr. phone 1-11. North Court St. phone 7990. screened porch bsth. On Lake'I I or double. Home privilege. 'I rooms to rent at $15 week each, $130

2-p reed sunroom suite J.all. for protect Conwav. bathing beath. Ph. 5935. I Reon.hle. Tel JTW. peors* King. 1 1I I BUMBYCONWAY""SECTION wear month Income Offered tomple'n as
LDDEtll.dden. < t .to, log home valuables. Insurance CATIoH t..ter. single 1* for only $10.500. For tnor d' ails
Furniture Exchange ph 2.3'1.PUrR&"ad Ooo 40. Pet Stock and Supplies I bus. S rooms bath cement
and 1
SUPPLIES I
CmpD7 PLUMBING .. for store
West Church Street. In the home. Mills LARGE THREE ROOM furnished.apartment Duplex. 85 per week. Double 87 per week I II tile: stucco a fine plaster Job. ask for E $wart with Harold 8h p*

tH: :7 LUMBER Everything In building Toilets l.tb tb.lavatories aDt.I W AOONSA metal large rubber BOSTON TERRIER Beautiful 1- private rent. front.Completely back entrance Ground I I Ph. J408._ ____- Tile floors Large lot garden volt; herd Phone Realty 5124 Co or 8443.20 K. Washington Bt
: up. R. H. ParrishHsrdwsre. year-old male. Have .paper, $50. Broker; $ N.
*5 your Baas PrDtur lumber and wood. Colonial LumI I shower heaters I floor plastered walls for coolness. $5750 Loren Dons
C... 12 .ur.aL. 8t rbon t10. I berv Cheny Highway. Ph. 3-7143 : pipe. Harper Plumbing Co* 1137 I IOrlando 220 8. Or.De. Phone ISIS Harwood Ave._ I Seml-bsth Gsrage No children "D : NEAR ORANGE AVE. In air conditioned -I Brows. 2-1250. i ii CLOSE IN-Bungaloi partly fisi'Cd.

GARDEN: PLOWS-High and .I CABINETS--Oood quail StoreiCo. i Ij WHEZER new. 8123. I weeks old. Buff and white Pedigreed I block construc'tIme. front porch garage, close to i
Knor :
$345 and UP. Wilson Concrete
BIKAlmo. rental. house.
.b.l. letal Ln.rd' j YEAR AROUND or Summer i i'Hibbard I stores and Orange Ave $73 0.1111,
.. 25 E Pine Phone 2318.I Hrdw.r. Central. I After S p.m. 8bore.o, $25 each. 2170 Faweett $50 mo Efficiency apartment. Private -' i i 2 bedroOms. Near lake. 57.900. Sam Johnnon fn tog 8 McCOIADNLALTOWNBeautlful n
and blue I II Drive. Park. Ph. Road. Lake .Sue._ Winter Park. Fla and comfortble rooms. One $8 c. .elbern. phone
GARDEN HOSE 50-foot lengths: 2.2tl. gray Lv.te bath kitchen entrance. 'I TWO Wiater'I'I ,
I heavy duty green. Special U.95. MON'TAMOWW..LIlhi weight. $tt Chinese oriental; 9'6"xl3 black I I CHIHUAHUAS At atud. registered Pine neighborhood Winter Park. i week. Other 85 per week Call I I Park, I.-Brokers Invited _- furnished horn. it j
bedroom With
sodJackson. I I ehlnese orient. Ph. 8341. WASHING new; 16 W. puppies for sale. 1809 East Oarvln. 330-M 3-0038. -Southast. PuratabedI
B 4* J Service corner Boone Ibs. Never ised. $$. C. Adrian. I WAC. :: cTfY UMIT lot.I Int room, bath and kitchenette t >

_ I 1817 Harwood Ave. RADIOS-Croaley Console Esther.WELDING. I I{ COCKER ,-IiL8! 8ii. APT-Funtlahed 3 room. Joint tueashen LARGE ROOM. with twin beds. 2''I J-bedroolll house .n 100-ft.refrtlera.n rated en large lot Dear scheo. b ;sand

'I CAS ANO--Puil eta* second hand I MOTOR SCOOTER.-Cuahman. 1948. I I type and table a'I: portables. -I ; 1940 Miller Ave. between Formosaand porches, toilet shower business women. Hot and cold water I I p- Uo- Oranges store. Priced to sell al $69CO.

la lood condition. Oven broiler. 4 I Perfect condition. 817. N. Hyer.I i Bumby 102 W. I Ir Cl'y. Winter Park. Ph. 902-M. : psiking space. Bus line. Michigan ; Phone 9197 or 5620afterlP.M-_ cabinet model "< scupperI -I Ii with tlSOO down. SM Mar-la 1. ward. .

eyes and storage .P.c. Call Winter I r Church. 1 DOG BUSCUTTS-Chappel's Kibbled.By St and Winter Garden Road. $50 I LIV Nicely & grapefruit pomegranate.had Price Broker. 71* X Mill, phone 4 4,
pak
Park Can b* seen at 771 Pfaileo 48-1201. Like 8UPPLUE8 I the pound bag. Brownie's month Paul Rlcbter. RI. 3. Box BE'r t privilege i I 0001 flaPesGreat I II II
3R I MOTORETTE-.Keaaenabl*. W. i: RADIO- i or Sammie Francisco Realtor CITY LIMITS (norUi)-New train
I Pr*.At.I _ | Amelia. 3 I I Will sacrifice for $60. 534 W. : .-i! welding outfits. Kennel Shop, 901 Magnolia Are. 3:14B ___ I -In room 473 8. Oranse Ave_ I I Room$5250. 4 central Arcade 7407COLONIALTOWN bungalow. 3 rooms and bath d i
300 Amp
OARAGE DOORS Wooden, aluminum aon. phone 7881. I labl. supplies In stock. I I phone 42:<9.___ APT. FOR 2 WORKING GIRLS or a ROOM AND BOARD for business .-Furniahed -- : lot with shade 85500. termMr. -

and steel our display.Bmrth I h.p. Onana. ROOFING-13 squares. Red stripped i iI 'i Distributor Complete .( Lincoln welding machines |, DOGS BOARDED. stripped clipped couple Furnished 865 per month. i couple or two girls. Privst horn I with II.ned-1D gleep- Mowrey wIth King Realt iO X.rhurch .
Lumber Co. H. Orange and "ORilo 2" shingles with rolls of Will and bathed Ruble Small Animal Phone 4173._ 915 Palm Dr. room house I 8415.
Immediate delivery. I .11 felL and S. Williams __ porch screened front and ae"I; I __ ____
Railroad _ ne.. Pine Cattle Boat Coa.tr., put on or will Phone 5:1. Supplies. ro.. H St. Daytona Hosplt 600 N. Orange: 4B48. TO MIDDLE AGED Business Lady- : COOL. corner roOiD. Private entrance Inc Ice porches electric kitchen. $ : I CLOSE IN'-DUplex. good rentals to

OARAGE DOOR OPENERfAutomatw ibis Co. Phone 2246.JHOLWeta ROOFCOATING your roofs P.II. Ph 1.Bec ', QFOOD.. Kibbles and X-cel: doc i I,I One room and kitchenette. Electric I porch. On bus line. Reonabe. terms natl.ble. Allen Johnson Real-I convert to rooms. Famished n'-5

I _w le you can open and br : METAL trim In new lease on life." $2.30 fo a .I I B.a r remedies and supplies. Orlando I refrigerator bath screened porch. : After a p.m. 1401 E. Colonial. :, tor. 140 N. Orange. : $813. SpeelalU- neighborhood, You can buy It right

J 4oors without ever :t : various Lumber g aI canat_ Ollddens. I X-cel Store. Dial 23524.PARROTAfrlean ._ I, Near bus. Entirely separate. 519 East i NICE SLEEPING room first floor. login HOme5'CI4IROKEE ____ Mortgage 84000. Clean and good con

1 Be our yard display 8m"b C. P.UUB. Just received I WINDOW Cut Concord outside entrance. dition. nicely furnished Move *n See
Orsose and complete GL.-Plec. or YeUowhead. 3 Private bath
I Co N_Orange_and lroad.__ i CAMERAS-..Balre.d.Moym 18 mm RIO 1947 Crosley ado including I to Good a1toD ba, I years old. First offer over $50. CABINS-Bedroom. kitchen with gas. I CORNER Sitting room-bedroom com i, PARK A mod.m. a- !, me soon. Caybautb Realtor, Mt...aifBldt.
OAS REFRIGERATOR ft. A very .1t I: 5-tobe models $ lt glass Phone 3-2051 bsth. Adults only. Summer rates. tiled roof home.Oak I ._
kDI. Pri.ateI. masonry
i matastna wading 21.1: I 11.ler' plDt. cut, I bination. 4-way exposure room
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I sirs Roper rang*. Pin PalS rug. Force model. Complete Ai Bros. 114-B Park Ave. 8. Winter .Wekof. .. 224 KohL PUPPIES Half Spltx. half I I On bus. 1238 35th St., Orange Blossem and bath Beautifully fur I floors. Tiled sills 3-car 6artts. CLO6E IN-Pram* duplex bunxauv;
with F3.5 t.r. common. entrance
Twin crocheted spreads. Crocheted lea .b. 619 I Trail I. exe.Uelllu.. and terms containing 5-room. apartment and
rat Call
I standard Patio for bathing. Really an
viewfinder. battery cypress : nice. cute. 1 female with spots nished. sun
p table cloth. I Iron. Apt. 8. 413 oPlea cOPUa WIWs apartment. II' .pp lat- 2-rom apartment each wfh bath.
SMALL bedroom $3S Shown ,
arranted.
release Music Week. May any style two whit males. $7 00 each. Phone 6498 be I
i ready to
t er. .utm.Uo RDI0Dn. i e a I leaD RolleRI
Llvlneston OP ls. 1 .tt month. 824 Fairbanks Av Jr, with Fully furnished enetlan blind. Ga.
I 1. e.t.. S2OO. special 833 May 10th anythingthai window T T3273. 0."... Florida W. *. H. C. Babcock '
OAS RANGES-AAp-rtment and Money back e.o guarantee. Free booklet. makes music at 10 dloDI,I door tled"om service on all Winter Psrk 47-1. Rental Agencies S. : .. Realtor 13 W. Washington rate Rent over $100 a month fr1a..
POLICE PUP Male, 7 months old. I
delivery $8750 James J. Hackett, Realtor.
I full sited. Pl Immediate Movie film at tremendous savingEKodak Beautiful radio ..leedqB orders 5t.Pboae 5732. 0114.I .
10.1'I Registered. $65. Box Mel- ,
Inc.. 421 N. ''t. 662. 46. Houses for Rent I 1317 811th Bl7d "Opposite ACLRRDepot
Think
Mo.r ,ppl.ae. 8uper-X w.t 3. Oovt 11'.15. .b.t tl. m..1 I W A CLEANER"wits. bourne. Fl.._ WE WILL HELP yeu find a rental .- dial 75M
In and 3 be- I
O.. stock tested .u.r..t. 10 ne d.t T Will not hurt TROPICAL for a $3 service charge. Veterans I CLOSE IN-Very at .tI'e _
GARDEN Iore.el 25 and SOt ft. roll $1.50; ft. I..ID. $1. Firestone Orna and Cteord. I. Cea. .urt.c.. $100. Smith FISH-Order an aquarium CLOSE IN6 rooms furnished $:. :I Real Estate Agency 29 S. Court. room stucco home. Beautiful oak COLLEGE PARK SECTION t.J_,

( BO Garland Double tmm 23 ft. c. RADIO--"SUverton*. 9-tube. cabinet 25c. ll Railroad I of lasting beauty for MothersDa Call D.nlel Xolar Broker 208. S.Mln8t floor throvlhoudl.. floor bath. value eta b* seen in this new 3-
and LANDLORD8--w.W
Och Lumber Co. "" ,'. Complete set C. supply you
and Robinson AY. eLn. ., d.U.r,. FotoshoD. Dpt style mahogany Excellent condl-I O. bronse.or a. ups Bill. 1326Nebrci _ desirable tenant free of charge cellar; fireplace. Completely and attractively I bedroom home paved street and
598. 42nd New 1805 E. Marks.RUGS I WASH 3- furniahed. A tood buy at I splendid neithborhoad $89.0 Tf-m-s
.
BAanaa. LIVINGSTON AVE 5.-Owner's
GIFTS toasters:: 1 S.a Yor
fr& &Ol. obligation. Just phone u* your
EKtr mnr. l$. J.rt TROPICAL FISH Angel SiameseI and BrUce Investment Co.. 25 I "Stteak to Spiegel" Whitney Br.etelBealty
00.
JtT bedroom modern bungalow completely $10.500
: routn lra _ ? -Two soft green 9 X 12 220 .. Orange. ..canc Veterans' Real Estate Agency. I 5513.ONWAY.SUMBYSCTOi'BUflIc. Me..atf
706
Pho. Fighters Glass and Phone Xaltort.
a Blind Cave I Co
Bad.a. I furnished for 3 monifcj. Never W Wuhllt.t. '
Fait M.w. anacb. MEAT DISPLAY CASES-Fixture. by : .01 rugi. Reasonably priced. I 29 S. Court St. Pb. 2-4481
Tyler Fixture Corp48 W. I I 1-14._ _ fish Kissing and Dwarf Oouramiea. rented before. Adults only no peU. -I, BWg3269. ______ _
OARAO. pA.rb.. Smith C.I. O.nerilC.ollng Heating C.Ce.tl i I. WAT CL. 10 .a p i Gold and Red Wagtails etc. Aquariums. Reference required 1641.iiITENNIEJEWLLL2. 48. Hotel Room i low furnished. 3 bedrooms fireplace CITY"LIMITS -a rooms and
"aD. L.n I. I RADIO-PHONOGRAPH- T.c toMagna.oz. 121. alrpumps supplies and plants. unfurnished I : also 3-room apartment In rear bath partly fumishesd 81000 cash.
Lumber Co. Or.D' f.U- NI..D:. B.ene Mitchell. For or home $395.Orland Harry Costar 138 Rldsewood Drive fruit: large lot hde Seen Total price $4500. Kin Rea. 30XChmreh84J
road MENDEL LUGGAGE KrelurivelT atNerms0' 1.modeL .- olt.*. 210 N.Orsoge off Lawrence Ave. Winter Psrk. $73 and '100. Year's lease re- LAKE KOLA HOTEL-Summer rates i. rented sod 83750. Sam Johnson S.
GASOLINE ENGINE Clinton ., 27 West Church .Street.MAYTAG Music Bex Winter Park. APU.ae. 4537.WALKIN iRI8'1'OCRATvoGOOM eulred Bathing boating, ftibing. InI now prevail. Complete hotel service.Dning bus -tore
IV t. : Th* I bell's. Lillian Drive room open all meals. 3-1903. Co. 308 S. Mjjg._, I bi'k'Jetitoom t T
H-P all purpoee RIFLE-Automatic 22 professlonal with machine Wire Hair Terrier. two
We hava
.i-olee 101. I COOLER-8x10 I IN_Wonderful location *o houie. masonry construction. Hsrd-
Florida Supply I Co.. 830 W. IRONXR With llfeUmenesting target son. Prrih and blower coll. few operatIng. outstanding puppies for sale, one MARGARET COURT. 543-2 bedrooms ST. JAMES HOTEL-South and Rosa I CLOSE tot. BeantlfuDy furnished wood floors. Paved stre't. Just arrnrd
comer
Chimh 8< phone In I. unit. $75. See I 320 Orange Phone sleeping porch. Fully fur. lind. Summer rates: air conditioned. larre
: male one female. AKC registered. will
which dlst-U.
a 11 Brd..ra B Call 7367. _ __ I toe story home I the corner from business
nicheS.I .".\PI. 9253.j .
Double
OAS RANGE-Butane, new. A beautiful Oerda Terrace.MOTHERS 2-14. I and 2312 Oherlm Street. Orlando. provide you eraciaua living plus an 9000. Osmotic Franeise Realtor

conomlral range. $19350 [ DAT GIFTS-Kent pyrex REVERE WATE HTEeet1 !i THE ORLANDO HUMANE Society has I PALM TERRACE-Mar 12th to Oct. excellent Income. Spacious livingi room 4 Central Arcade, 740TCOPXAlfD

Orlando A1.ne Co. Iae. 210 MOrante. 1 coffeemaker. chrome cocktail sets. boiler sauce WIi, 3213 Edgewtter Drive; dial 11'7i H.n several nice dots and kittens for : 12th. Nicely furnished 2 bedrooms; I j 48-1. Beach Rentals I i room with fireplace. Urge dining I PARK S3CTION Furnished

dia I pressure cookers un. sets. lr I H. H. Parrish Hardware, 320 8. Orange !. which they are seeking good homes. ,i near larse lake. Adults only Ph 4752.I I room. vice kitchen with tile drain 2-bedroom horn. Two

OAS REFRIGERATOR and and many other Iem. atOrlando : Phone 214. mattress For Information phon 8278 or 2- 712. I, HOUSE TRAILER with screened I i 1 COCOA BEACH RENTALS Motelrooms I electric refrlteratlon. gas range and screened porches. Washing machine.

Hens rDI.: Serve!' tt In apa.o I Apol. C.210 N. Grants.I RUG.-Karalo Indian. 4x$. Color i YOU BJBs..r. porch. Everything furnished. Uhdee for 3 at $25 per week lurnlaftPCI'eeU.Iea European I washing machine OB back porch. Immediate possession. $2.OOO cath
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condition 3- 82 .'U3 black white and grey. Call Pr. 41. Poultry and Supplies shade. Miller 4000 W 33M SV ; plan 2-bedroom Downstairs there are two large bedrooms balance monthly Price $10000. Ana
I 2- 1212 E. I 1 1 block from beach at $40 I baa
GAS RANOE- Roper;te very good 1 MmRORS-Pittsburgh plat glass, ; W..hla& 2 NICE 4-room hou..a-i2 per and two batht. Upstair Goodwin with Herman Goodwin Inc.
REFRIGERATOR ft. Warren week $150 .. Call or writ Paul and bath.
or
Can be seen at Howard large ._ traed or Venetian I BLOODTESTED CHICKS Red-X- month. Phone Winter Part 1315- ; three lovely bedrooms Broker, 677 X. Orange; 9855. _
eoadlton. nm.a' C .. 141 and I 1..a display ease 15 I.W mow CLOSET door j pcesn Lodge. ___ These rooms are now rented for 831
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Strn. W. .Church St Prlwr wire det Cen- B-Yufo Mac your Rocks. Reds. Rocks. Leghorns tour W for location. i Of ample clout O5sE IN-0-r..om Isbn honse
disl! ?.41 81S W. Ch.reh. _ en Hardware f.De. W. Central choice sex or breed 8395 per 100. selL By I per week. Plenty with S bedrooms. Silts lot fruit
Sato In
701 Rent every
c larsen Southeast Steel 20TH STREET or ,LIDO BEACH-Cool Gulf Summer apses is-steam radiators
GARDEN TOOLS and tpi&- 'i VIE lor the _. I.. Pa. : P ,.'l I cod 10 W. Amelia Ava, COD Minorca London Broilers Poultry U 11:1.Box Shipped owner. New block tiouse; 4 roOms breezes at the new Coquina Apartments I room two car garage. tile and many Phone 2-3897. ____ _
kinds tr that rde. adventure tr.fl C. dO.D.t.1 1844 bath 2 blocks schooL Shown by appolntment feature too numerous to CHEROKEX PARK-3-story. 3-alry-
.1 em: UDIohC tabl model; carpet I 2-142. _ Trenton 7. N. J. on the Gulf of Mexico at other fin
MI Nebratsa. J..ud. Camera 1. J Reasonable term*. 577O. produces borne till roof. Hi baths
I I : aUau. stand. New Waataa I Immediate delivery I Sarasota Modern apartments for 2. mention here. This property bedroom ,
I rail IN STOCK- D BABY
A GAS STOVE-Trade nam "ReIisbls. IUIS. rUI. 27 x 54. auto robe: floor Parks CHICKS-Tuxedo PeediiOr LOW RENT -Enjoy country during Summer rate Sob week with dally over 83000 Income and is today's fa this desirable notthborbood. Beautifully
pay for $50. 8e* at 1138 W. ''HE PLATED thermos ttU; vase: thermos Jug: mothproof cheat. : Walt power ssws.Man 8V blade U. S. approved Pullorium tested. hot months. Cabins with cooking maid aervice. Utilities Private beach. I best buy completely furnished at and completely furnished.

1m'0'\ _ j 1 Lovely antique .. t.a I New patent leather pump six gVi I thickness plaer.Logan metal* lOCI_W._Cherclt phone 2-2821 or 7336. privileges. $10 and $13 per week .I Writ wire pbon Roger V.XFlory. terms $10000 cash balance Spacious rooms large modern kitchen
elee. saws. 'n
GIFTS far Mothers Day. J-welry. I $7; Cheap electric Master. 1303 i A. Sn.ra other .l. 1623 pr shapers. Globe lte. BABY CHICKS. 0. S. Pullortum test Pine Grove Motor Court 6 miles 319 8. Palm Ave. Sarasots.Florida. 10 at 4 See Mr. Little with and breakfast nook master bed

compacts lockets crosses luttatt, ] Pore Are I met. .. H. i." else 1.N. J. D. I ed stock Immediate for future deBvery north of Orlsndo on U S. 17-92_ Phone 3283.OCEANFRONT". I Harold Shepherd Realty Co. 20 X. room. 12x24. with 8 larte windows.

.... "rware. botuenold items radios.Piet .: i OFFICE SAFE-Medium sis*. First ROW BOAT-14' Cypress $40. Pease. Ph. 3751. Mount Dora Feeds and Poultry Supplies. CLEAN completely furnished house. i Washington St Phone 1124.I _. built-in vanity and extra closet space,

greatly reduced Her..'.I elan condition. Plea. telephone I baby bed and portable A SALE 53 W. Jacksao. Orlando X-Cel S.ere. Dial 3-3524. 2-bedroom. Innerspring msttrenes.Adalts : 2 bedroom hous*. I COLONIAL DIL Just off-In city. *- 2-car tarat. port ecber New barbequ -
.tl 11 WAREHOUSE: Priced
".5.,. Of Ire. 2 W. Church_ I 12.4. I 3. B Raiser Zellood.RADIOPHONOS Round cornered glass show case. CHICKS-Quality assorted -tested. I only Ph 7156. 2 to 5 P m. I Oceanfront Apt. for two. S9OO 8. I bedroom. home. Nice barjaia. 111.- I I rtxht*for pit quick for outdoor talc by owner living. Immediate

GALVANIZED WARE-Tuba, pails,, :, OIL 8"11'Perfection. Ba I, -RCA and Motoroto 3 dining room suites; twin beds Rocks. Red Wyandottes. English TRAILER HOME for rent on privateproperty. i I Atlant.c. Dsnona Beath._ 000. teetio..shome.. poasealice. Party norinc North.

tarbaa cans .t. Knox Stores Co..,, for Installing with PM Also estlnghouse. springs and mattreaa dresser washstand Leghorn Our selection breed and Suitable for one. Phone : PALM BEACH _. Rooms available. Eat fruit. 2800. Pb, 3-4030.
2 5 Pine pho 2-3113 Oranee Place. Stewart-Warner and Bendix. miscellaneous .". 8595-JOO. C.OD. Blddle's I I Shade and __
BaerB ether For
I rugs: 2-0120. _ Private residence near ocean. with income well located. bath
Home 3 bedrooms
Griffin Os.LAYING CITY LIMITS- ;
M.I"d.r. .dto. 672 N. Orange ph. 2.03ss.sJvDIO household between $ and &
OUTBOARD goods See call John
,
automatic Neptune write or
reservations will
.iATRKOe THREE ROOM furnished modern I I Furnished and ready, $7800. larte let Irnit. shade. 8500
lartA'HT New U *clock Monday. HENS for sale 30 Rhode : 121 A-traUan Avenue.
Pew
..nerstor.$479 Box 328 8-Stai, $T$. Call Barnes. 9143. West CUCcerb._ .prmenL 1, APOPKA-House for sal*. Ta b* .Phone"-.21461.POULriTBO Reds.. Price $1.73 each. ,: For couple. near Lake Mann.' 840 I Palm Bneh._phone 2-2153. t COLLEGE PARK-To close an Estate ,I Dunn.bandl Broker 8 K. Brows: 3-U99_

HOUSEHOLD FUR-jfrURX-Cheap t ORIENTAL RUGS-.-2 Keva & moved. Can make two two-room per month. See cruet 818 N. Mills. I EXCLUSIVE ORMOND BEACH j we have a nit 3-bedroom bunta

Cheapl Cheap! Call from 10'50 u, t.scatter: dishes: glassware, SHUnSt; apartments, bath. porch. East Sixth -3). 9x20 ft. 2 I Orlando __________ ______ I Available immediately, attractive low with glassed-in sleeping porch.
4 DO P W 1161 Via Salerno. Wlntei. luiim Iwn.ll sheets; etc 484 8 P. Cumn Co.. South Lass Street second haus West Old BI. i compartments Electrically lighted. I FURNISHED 3-BEDROOM HOME-3 I II room 2 bedroom bungalow completely furnished. Priced at $8.000. LIMITS South (ont.eidc-

P rkHEDGE" prance _Aot. Ave .Seventh St Hallandale. as y. No Bund y shwtng. automatic waterers. ventilators, extra : baths; 2-tory house For *ummer.By I furnished with garage. Ideal i standing 3-bedroom IIciIO' CITY

TRIMMERS -.Plneor-electric, orEQ tll eat SAW-DeWalt 3 : 1 phase: P like LOGAN air and hydraulic cylinders heavy wire 1-ln.floor. Excellent condition. lake and park. On quiet street I location for children. One and 0_ I for $12.000. MIght be bought for less I Immediate poesess-ta. Mew controls

T. hedges for less coat typewriters desks new. H"h. press and valves air chucks coolant Quantity wavy hard*are cloth. with giant oaks Adulta. 8130 per : half blocks from ocesn. $5O per week you hurry. S* H. I. Wheeler with block. S bedroom beth et'resnod

Ae P. atre.bUt 3 W. KobmsoaUOOSf I and chairs. Florida Business Equip I $100 85. 1-1 _motor._ pumps. J. A. PostelL 163 Spring 8t. a Blom ft. wide.Tr.H J.and Elliott 43rd Hall.. Orange month Phone _'_*?*__ ______ I lor 8150 per month. Write P. O Boa i 111 Shepherd Realty Co, 30 E. porch, car***. Beautiful Betthbor-
Bt Drive
A. mont Co 390 N. Orange dial 1M N. W. Atlanta 3. O*. FURNISHKr BUNOALOW OB Lake : 306 ar inquire 122 Macvolia i ::Ulpt.. Phone 3124 or 2-2629 hood 1504-37th Bt. W. of Orang-

U-I.t-t OUTD ieoTOR-lohzssoo. Good SHUT BOCK-7e per sq. Ph. 139$. TWO 4 deck finishers factory made. TURKEYS-.Yotuic under weights Picket Road. 4 rooms and bath I Ormond Beach Florida. ______ Blossom Trail By owner rtssonabl
dark .nrmwi I eDU.Leaving town; must alL fl Folding saw. lever action- Mr. Buss. 10 to 20 PouJte and enL C. screened porch. Ga refrigerator.range I COLONIALTOWN SECTION TUTn'shed -

bather _Mill_* Nebranka 3 .e.Uo chairs. t each. le' I Rt 4. curry Ford road. Cross Law D wilder Jr. Turkey' _Farm; 691X waist heater Large garden; .9. Business Rentals 2-bedroom buntalow. Cy-

HOME KRXEZKRS I R. STEEL FILES-1 sod 3-drawer. Utter rente' Dairy. TURKEYS -SOe Ib. Retching eggs.20c fishing boat on take Placid. 6 mo*. press construction beautiful oak PARK .1- Modem R
non COLLEOS
availahl at Bi.mh\ .I.u-t.. KetD.os OUTING- SUPPLlcSTre auto-- alas, wit and without locks. Poults. SOe PalrvUi poultry lease at 830 t* right party Phone OFFICE SPACE.-One room: excellent noon. A rood buy. Roper Realty frame boor eoaiplttf fir.Bishcd. .
room
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vim .>, '.In" 10. W Ch" typ*. 81095 up; thrM.lute Slll-WlsOI. Co. W Central. 34. Articles \"antl'dAXESPllrultur. Farm; dial 5927 6293 location; available June 1st. Phone3O991 Church tt W.lnun.. __ Bcreeced porch attached
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t. 10. 3J $4.33 up. Erlnrvde Sporumaak "hole t i-Hiiis-2 four ititr SMALL HOUSE- with large screen CLEAR LAKE SECTION H-Two. three tarate. Large lot. $8950 <- Modern
O'WAE HUT OrlandiAppllancr $997$; Gold Medal camp cot* SAIL BOAT Beautiful 16ftTmahogany. of all kinds: sewing Year old. good layers. Must move porch nice for couple: furniahed OFFICE SPACE -: Thirty rooms bedroom homes la fine condition.Take CB 3-bedroom home > screened

C* 390 N OrsonHAIR $733: boatcushions.. Kapok life Almost new Priced right. machines anything you have' t* PB 20873.ORDERS $10 w>ek. 1401 W. Washington. downtown location Prefer leasing. your choice at $ On has parches. *ak floors atttrbLart .

n, I. l 5 preserver type, SI.75 up; camp staves, Wise Boat Works u. Dora, P., sell SeweU-Tburmond eStrnltnr Co. TAKEN-FOR* "CH S-room house near hoa- AU or half to one company. Lone four extra lots Both hav* fruit. Mr. lot $1100. Allen I i
KS FURNISHED
4/-- : aIO.M: Dt.11 I.Dtn. 8293; SAILBOATS-New Ventnor 72 W. Pine Se. Pt.l 4070. Started Chicks Specialty. Also- pltal. Until October 1st. $18 a lease. P O. Box 1849. ___ Wlndham will b* glad t* show you Reahor 14A N Orange" ; $6ciaUwtng .. %'a I '
CUPPERS Profession-- i
ban eaat J boat completely 4iboIL and give terms on in Homo*.
rigged 151534 L-Co'nbiits- these homes you
t'*e hair >- 6375 Bomb, .t ACCORDIAN WANTED-Prefer poultry feeds medicine and sup week. Attic f... electric kitchen: alee ORANGE AVE. I
HarjSare 10' W : : PuSsies. tet arwaya. Bumby Had championship maths built. Swift L. 8. Ferrin Trailer City, plies. Lake O' The Woods Chick Co, lawn No small children or pets. 20 tion offie *>*) apartment Second which they may b* bought. Call $$ [Continued On Next

C:1 I .n Church. Woodcraft. Ine Mount Dora. Wtater -.., H wiles aorta .( Maltland. on 17 93. I Underwood. St floor Phone 9-. O. P Swope, Realtor.



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I SIDE Furnished 3-bedroom LAKE VIEW-Beautiful view of Lake NORTHEAST SECTION-Three-bed-I WINTER PARK-To settle an estate i' LITTLE call thIs house i 7-ACRE GROVE-Pull

ORLANDO. FLORIDA EST ., redecorated inside and out. Lancaster. New modern 9 room rom mazonry cOltlcte home. I one family house: splendid' I "the little STlW. of Its < paved road. 10 miles bearing. On I GLENCOE ON LAKE KILLARHET GUEST HOME Nearby suburban

PAGE 14 MAY 4, 1947 sitting on-rear of 80 x corner bungalow. Full tile tile wood I lion and location. Apply 756 .eoDc M'r- sign and It Impreg. frame house of city. 4j $525 and up. Large lots with city 1 town. Main Highway. 6 bedrooms.
b.t. a room
UGf with
screened porch lot 60 X 1(0. I 1pralsal land b.l. 1 I electricity sidewalks, lake privileges, but city ''
lot which aoned for and I and dralnboard. 18.5. : Ar.WIE j nable. basement { and plumbing. no 'i Completely furnished better than
1 guaranteed for 100* I ftl. alder II 110.0. H cash. Lola taxes. Drive out today Turn west off
Realtors
rrecedlnc Face I there around for ball1. Q H. Kittredge Sn I I and an extra large screened Beral. : average. Excellent condition. Price
[Cant from $ 1 aml.Johnson. Loan. Mo side bets. Possession ST.. UIDOf Conway Road 8ro.r Z-' Orlando Ave. at Fairbanks and look $15.000. See Ray Lennon with Joe

95.. AI.n S612. '' Rnlr. lt l2311. closlnf. Cal Recite Moffat with O. I ) rom.. tile klth i ter.c. on lt southeast corner. Ter. I 10 In Northeast Orlando I for our aisnsL Rex-MeGlU. Realtors.. Q. Myers. Realtor, 29 W. Washing-
Or.ae l I BUTLER-Tb. gem of all Plor- P. 60 E. Pine. Phone service porch and front t a handsme fireplace in 'I ACE. A I 128 N Orange dial 4147 ton. Dial 643g.HIGHWAY .
Investment
for Sale Hom. L lakes. We a modern nol. Beautifully finished. Shade room. tlU lad dining room two Poll
Boose
51. After office
5812.
EAST Prewar construction no bedroom bungalow on.this lake 3 hour cal 2-8., 801 bus and stores. Open 11 !i cood bJ bdrom. UI. bath and on* tra.@r now and out comes 2:! LAKE FRONT-60x160 ft. with double 17-92-Orlando Ave.KUlarney .
214 Mew a m. Cbrismaa : @ Price but o oranges, 508 bearing ) frontage on New Cheney High- Corner. 6-room fnrnlsl *
; taxes. 4 2 ia Just perfect for the whole ORLANDO AVE.. Ibrom. m. Real Estate : klth@n. Prn1hed.
OCl. B.-Vacll, f 10" bt.. Kren to enjoy living fishing fam Masonry construction. !! '28'. j i 10.5..C.l O'H.r.-Mor.. Ralor.I {i Pl and other trle in a Ui or I say Oniy; gAO. W. A. McKenney, house: all gas kitchen: 2-car garage.
prhe. rot b.t. then I| |I out eOI@ w. .t@d Broker; 4950 Cheney Hiway '1 1 Lot 60x250. Ideal for tea room or
.. nice 75 ft. front lot. i 10 __ ; 4-7144.
bedroom All I PD'
and circulating oil beater. 3 Pe reuc make offer. 218 swimming. approvd. Stephson. S i 5586 WINTER PARK-Furnlshed bunsZL'' home sites worth at least.13S. | 2-7144 guest house. Priced right with terms.See
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*. large .cr encd-tfl JT pR.aU commuting dlt..c \Olndo. 8 contact 01' j low. AUraUv. grounds. 9 0.1. VETERAN can find an unusually I I! (Orlando growth wi mali U 0 owner at ill Orlando Ave., Win
LAKE
room are extra 1a. H. E. wtl MANOR bearing fruit tree*. Immediate lu' worth while new home at 1411 IIUnols. I!I, pen. Owner wait for ; VIEW LOTS Plenty of shad*. ter Park
EAST SIDE modern St. ORWIN p.wa this _ _
20 Washington Pame i restricted See
PricetS Realty some of the beautiful
2-bdt Co. and -
Come the go hori'i
1. sion. $6.500 get gey this
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n. D hbho.Ralt. 67Mpeal bom. Paneled ga- Phone 8124.LAKZ bungalow en lane 9 r.Go I .na. Fred L. H.U thru Call O'Harra-Moore. Realtors |I for $22.500. some terms.office" : sell homes that we have built on ., HOME AND INCOME-Only $18.500
Ct rage. $8000. Courtney condition. Immediate occupan 342.li0 A., Winter It It the of them for this exceptional
Park some at Lake Holden Gari i opportunity.
Building Pre tr buy of the ;
109 E. month!
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Asher
lovely Co. _
Investment 2-238.
Realty N. 2-2471. FRONT-Homes. poses W. B. -- I PD. Peter Real. dens 1 mile West of Kuhl Ave. on i; Large well built 9-room reiidene

hme on b.ltfu lakes. Prom I 49 N. Orange Aw. win Manor WASHINGTON GOING NORTH-.Sacrifice bungalow. | torcor.cenerataln30786b7. Holden Drive. Lake Holden Developc Solar water beater attic fan. electric
BECTION Just EAST BIDE About 2 miles from City of-I I.Jlt off) binmediate -
COLLEGE PurnUhed or fice. 335 N. Orange Are.OCOEE
and kitchen,
PAR 10 t 120.0. 9 bath screened porch *""" > RtBo1 722-f. City. i good furniture. Also furnisn-
north of .k. A beautiful2bedroom Limits. J... mo.m. .ttaty. 2- uDumlh. POI alr priced home ;;3 modern. Vena I house built P.eaiC 2-bedroom i carace.roma.Prewar construction. Completely AcRES-ls I. M old I ed duplex with 8125 month income.
; modrrd rer. <
Modern bedroom bdrom. in every ; LAKE FRONT LOT in Altamonte.
Broker High
h. ktben m.sl blnlaw. wr. C. Talor. ; tian blind Orel FueL Large lot; respect, completely and :! Just off East elevation southeast side of I Ii i Almost an acre of grounds, including
llTln .. 240 nicely furnisbed flrnlshed. $499. On pretty lake. Electricity.
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dining r- .D aU.tc L 10' 251* N. Oran. 5&4. fruit. $6500; ; furniture less .E. I large lake. Frost proof area. Grove ; shade and citrus trees. This wIll sell.RuMcGill. .
cal. than Waahll.tnSt.
OwnerLeaving Neat New 1'5 Kttlle one year St Als beautiful i i Bates. Altamonte Springs Hotel
.U prh. la.I' 1.0. & pi 5454 old: electric large .: screened condition with promise Realtors. 128 N. Orange
prd
nicely
eacrtnc R.ltr.
for wU electric ktthen oil het fuml LAKE CONWAY HOME Plenty ot' BLOSSOM oft. klteh.n. lo and : Only $5700. Inquire Sun I I heavy eroo. Lass Year's ProducUon i LAKE FRONT"LOT"On'"beautiful Ave. Dial 4147HOM.DiCOME
.. Hampton Broker. 331 Orue ing 17.73. front ORANGE Tut 1985. Jamerson laar. St.Fred 8.0 boxes. Thll an A-I I Lake Oweola in one of Winter i I ._
land and plenty of water Is new block and Carter Realtors. day 2020 E. Washington i iI 1 'ocatlon Handsome 9-room
128 N. a
McGlU. Realtor oDr
MIX Phone 4147. Are 1 1I with a most attractive hOls and appropriately -, might serve well for blDllow someone .hlc, Phone AT. j and boat house already
furnished. say there Is : combination bust- I Ave. phone 8561. | .n.o. -.' are ;' living with $5OOO income from
Ing over
CONWAT 8EONTcr. EAST SIDE 9-room frame; neat nothing better at the price of $15.-.I ness a location. The price 'onbd'4, I WINTER PARK-W* have .nea' tr, 1' WUblnlta: 6174.0R0VE88Orantes.l7. built. Sandy bathing beach. Price 'I I Winter rentals and grove. Was $27.-
trun Fireplace garage shade. OOO. you are in the market for I houses In the middle of j i TOPSYou cant beat this. Pleasant $5,75O.C&vensseh. Realtors. 4TO8. 500.
he. icldlDI
moer Realtors. j now $19.000. C W. Walter
city I Buy. Klllan with How I Cal O'Harr.-Mor. 2-28 sod 3 bedrooms, for t.. I surroundings. Completely I furnished. '
an w.tr. Pu.d al this of home, we are .t1D. t I around LANCASTER PARK-Beautiful corner i Realtor. 672 N. Orange: 9618.I .
10.00
roksr, Main: 7325. I Pn. The best buys ..' attractive. Frame. Stairs and 3-AC 1
".r Mike 710.01. 30 take risk of showing I o[ .had for 'ele.n .. 100' x 145'. Fruit treec. Good neighborhood < .
Pon. :52.. EAST SIDI.-S-room house. without farther description. McNuttHeasley -]r while. Charlotte C. Smith with David flord atte. Hardwood floors. Ax. I It.nlrne., yy grapetrui. boles Terms Owner. 2-2831. !I HIGHWAY 17-93 Close In. Corner
Or- porch. Nicely furnished. Srn W. Washington { PAR LAKE Colonial .ectol i, Andrews. Realtor. Winter Park. 659. rues. I classed living "r 10.0 ::- location fronting 175 feet on con
CAY S1N1 ml frI I good buy. 820OO cash will handle. See : St. Raltor.. I Her 1* the value you I I could serve as extra bedroom. W.r location tm' I I LANCASTER PARK 100 ft. with crete highway 583 ft. deep. Large
Elee-
aD b.t. ; Soe.LOSN I for. Lovely modern bungalow i 3 ROM 1lnnla.d inside. I try and radio reserved. .:> I 1'lt house, out-bulldlncs. eletltr'pavd 'i fruit tres, $1700; 10O ft. corner || bearing grove, 9-room house. Ideal
Borne, Claudia Parrlsh. Real Estate, i llr i iI Powl road. Price i i shade trees 822M; 150 ft. lake front. location
for
trt. aD put Pine &rrr1 I I masonry construction. HardI I 1-1. 3 i Taxes only $25.53. Sharpen your 135.0. 1 i guest borne. Owner going -
I acre land a pl.ntd \ 36 -E. : i AVE-West of Mill 'I wood floors. tile Ktsstmmee. $1650 e.r .. Ownei ell and sign Claybaugh Realtor to a responsible WI.G. B/ I. 83400. M. J. Mos*. Broker, 132 8. i north and bas reduced price t*

etirns. 4 ._bearing. 825 EST SIDE-Lpor a location just one I 4brom house in nice I|land I shower ur, D':l mI Rt. I. Box 229C. Kisslinmee.3BEDROOM i; Metralf B'dg II. 5613._. Cher. Broker. 2 E. W..hlnlt. I I Main. Phone <* 77 _ |I 117.500. Exclusive with C. P. Shum-

1ea b.l .o trm. .1 off Colonial Drive where j repair. 2-ar 8 lots with !" lively screened i I furnl3hed1ijjhardwood | LAKE FRONT LOTS In Interlaken. I; way. Realtor; 140 N. Orange; dial
)C.l.eU A e pte.Ralt. there 1* an attractive possibility for I 20O ft. on laa. 200 on 1 1 &h. kitchen large floor LOVUEST HOME in Orlando exI ,I 5 ACRE3215 b.rln, trees. HamI Unusual City Conveniences; re- 2-3282
Uyt..atl ft la.da.d lt I IBurrh.
eoI. and : 2-81. enjoying very n. home and I! H.od. A ela. .eton. ripe Close .
IN-. b ... Special building a motel 1 tourist court I For sale theaters. Owner leavlnt. Price 12. Malf 2-10 aU spacious prv.te .1.rn. spuae bloka. II beautiful Colonial Dr dial 6O65. '1 LAKE AND HIGHWAY FRONTAGE.
C couple. Well wit extra ground around the main ;6.000. P. A. Allison Realtor 37 I $3.500 more. Ex- ROOM bungalow wit bath. Cheaa. actoD. 1DW I j I fine new grove I '1
baie. rt bungalow. Nice See this property at 11. $W. Washington 8t.LNOWoDPlelaDt. ; elusive 500. easily with wor. Klttredce & Son. I II City w.tr. ear garage.Inquire lu 13.0. If. quiet, r.UI|I I I equipment :DlhOa d road LOTS$. facing Ctby St.. 4 block* house Pour acre* of for land with 6-rooa
with handsome furniture Oe. 7th Patio. 8 tree T | For price I from cross state highway. Brons.onRanch. j arranged two apartments.
house froltal' and terms
Owner leaving. dtrl' .0 see F.
condition. 15 Unfurnished llude. built Realtors. 1 X. Celtral 2-317S. ; )aloa.. & to advertise. A. A Son's Van Burn Ave.. Orb Electric rang and electric refrigerator
$8.400. Can we a right. Forest Get Realtor. 37 W.
Hlnton. WI. Wonl I CI r.d.I I t Cubalab AII.
.no mor.e 16 O'Harra-Moore. 3-0836. hOI. Realtor. Metralf. ,I Washlncj j I Vlnta. included in the Item of furni
__ wit is 2 ROOM HOUSE- a large lots. t. tore This property 1 IB Long wood
: Roblnn Large lot. 1rt This place closeto PINE CASTLE 7-room house. 9 only. Dial 5613. ORWIN MANOR 2 beautiful tote. *
Pn. bus and .trea. Ha city water and 'I' baths up and downstairs. Could be J bearing fruit tre.Within 2 i ,GROVES OP MERIT-We are hippy Priced to sell terms. V. E. Tailor. and faces 536' on highway. There are

CLGJ PAR.at east of Edge- PERNCREEK DR749 N.-New blockhouse gas. Parr for 86OOO. Sam- used for double tenement. 2 orancetrees of Pt office. .l. Rev. Earl t offer today's grove buyer three *3S6 Tempi Drive, Winter Park. 40 cItrus tree Price has been sharp
modern bungalow 3 bedroom large attached mi* room. 4 Central room for ladeD and I Box 1831. O Pla.20TH ,10 acre craves located Merrit ly reduced to $7.750. McNutt-Heasle.
D. 2 bedrooms garage corner lot direct from fat, I lur lot OUR HOME OP THE WEEK one PALM TERRACE Beautiful Realtors
in neel.n, eDdtton ; 0.1. Arcade; 740. from Elementaryand STREET. 701 -Saleby owner. 1 o II.nd. that are free from building 15 W. Washington St.
til GARDEN 729 Furnished 6 Close distinction and carm a cold eltrl. | site: lake view and lake front. Phone 3106.NORTKEAST.This.
:
bth 1.1. Junior Rich aol. \ New block house; 4 rooms bath surface j
PL i Attractive .
j t tine of old i price Carl Tecder Develeper.
living : ,
beater room old Can I oal. p.l.UYlnl roads and has -
por year b puch.1 LAKE FRONT Large 4 Lake Conway. 2 blocks school and bus. Sacrifice-1 one good house '
all closetS 1htc Well furnished or 1nfurle l.s' ole r home with 2 beautiful til bdrl nl'hlnr. $4400. Phone 2-2465 if sold by 10th. Shown bY .appoint- lbr.r., dlitn., d ro, completed. Picd., $1300 pr alO'.c. 31 N. Orange: 2-O442. property 1* exceptionally
breakfast '
Including a elto kitchen met takes U. Pho, 51. thermostatically controlled oil b.th ment. Best of terms. 8770. (' c screened poreh. tile ,, with terms. Davis. Reltr STETSON AVE. WEST-Nice tot re- well located within

Venetia bUid .t. Owner GAS ahop. large basement with recreationroom I for a lunge COOL HOME on lake. New house. > batbs.vatory Central ; 10:. .Jefferson. 2-1549 I duced $629.50. C. B. Davis, Real- easy walking distance to downtown
STATIONWtt n.r j
.and.l ;
an. 8tPaatn PAU TJRCIdea 1 ut'h: "Iee | lor: 104 E. Jefferson 2-1649. [ Orlando. is in
f.rrd. Metcalf ber bea. On : many other .traU.feature Dellhbrho. no newly furnished; i I ttoned. 2-car garage : It good condition and
Ratr Idl. 151. heavily tr.vle State .. B in this moeI 11.0 00 furnished heavy .ut traffic .treet spacious frontage; landscaped. 20fol.k. Grounds beautifully landscaped : WINTER PARK-Residential lots la completely furnished. Can be bought

6 tlrlt upstairs ad 1.5.0 unflrnhe for children In. Se V.I Hotl with Clyde McKenxls, thousands of dollars worth of I CITRUS EMPIRE-Over 100 acre of | delightful Lake Knowles section. at a price yielding about 15* gross
JOLONIAI/TOWN Nle t.d.tu. bath. Only $ balance 869 good term Z.la Hena lake swimming prlvlleies. Large comfortable ..In 2-7. I I I. Sprinkler system. Wailer 1 very taps in crove property Some Paved street. Ready for immediate income Investigate this attractive

I rom aD t b.t mont. A C. Old D. Iroker. 1121 with Martie Williams. Raltr. 21 W. bungalow with 3 screen KEEP COOL this Summer In a lovely with Roulatonc. 10.0. or 2'extra land and water. Tenant and bulldinc. As low as $495. Inspect to- proposition Mr. tile with Hermsaj
floors; preo@r. & OleaI UDder Washington St. Phone 101 porches heinz room and p.rlr. dln- lake front home. 3 4509. I work houses. Also a magnificently weekday Call Winter Park 54O-R er i Goodwin. Inc 677 N. Orange: 9835.

A Chureh.M35.Mr. Mowrey p.nl. winter Park. Open : inc room breakfast : fruit trees bedrom.ar..led i, fine, moernb@drol dwelling located | weekdays 2-4551. _ NORTHWEST SECTION Harper'sTwentieth
with King Realty; 30 E. en. 3 bedrooms 2 I preh. fronting fine treei I' Chicken Ranch
HOLE HEIGHTS-New 2-bedroom LAKE FRONT BUGAW-Pmla DbOtnt l.le. ,' very I 2-50' LOTS-Beautiful shade Century
CNTW Completely fur block bungalow wit 2 It .d tile cn.treton. brom' storage room and .. ; terms. MeKenxle. rrs.abl. VALUE RECEIVED 2 tote shrubs i i' highway on great chain of lakes. ExI 37th St. W. of Orange Blossom. | consisting of a modern bungalow;

rom. and b.t Wood non. lut.l. ga la rom. Romr ., Price $1.00 p.rl.ll fIan.d. Harlow 2-4775L 1 M.ID and fruit. 3 bedroom beautifully I I| celleot boat bouse beach and irrixai City water, $450 each Box 253 8- large frame building 52 ft. 10
De ktn lane garage rad some Ineuded Price. $5250. porch. Beautiful lake view. Good 'I O. predrek. 1. Orn. Dial home. Double :i lion system. Grove now a 5.0bJ Star divided into sections and equtppt,*'
WE HAVE AN
well I.Dds. urm King Mr. Bryant Goodwin sandy beach fin for swimming( andfishing 818. EXCELLENT Selection turnthe .arle. producer and will increase with steam heat and refrigeration;
195. Hemaa $11.000.
wIt of 4 and bedroom or play eottace. Cheap 2 LOTS In Orb Vista centrally to-
houses in
Realty; 30 E. Inc.. 677 N. Ornl' $7950 Sam Johnson great to live In OrlandoRINCZTONSCHOOL. I Orlando as your section comes Into bearing. 23 range broodera with wire floor
18:5. furDhed and Winter Park. Sammie Taxes $11. No comparisons. Dial 5613. eated. $125 each or $225 if taken .
We feel never anyone be offered r Present must seU. will take a
Co. 208 8. owner
COLONIALTOWN-New stucco en cement HARDDiO AVB.-.2 and Frnelso. Realtor; room 4 Central Claybaugh Bldg. wl at once. J. A. Robertson. Orb Vlxta. |
rom bat M.te.l : better home proposition home in North aide as part payment
oak ? SECTIONOne 110.
bedrooms block boose en
block. 2 nn. : 7407. Box 913. Call for Robinson at Snydj '
rooms.'front
I NEW THREE large and j for only Informationgladly See Oeo. P. Brass Realty Co., 19
tile window Steel *** feet if planning larger h future. LAKE of better 3-bedroom I .150 per acre. er's Store Lorkhart. .
a Term ntb PN HOW EuptODa, Immediate possession. Price $ NEW HOUSE-Unfinished. acres back porch: large lot; electricity; i ibus I .Ivn by office calls only. j 1 E. Central Ave. Phone 2-3155.

bat cra.: 70.; 30 X.Church. Ins Ulh.and wat. J.Uon l.r. bfltll' Courtney R.lr. 392 N. homc.'j' ladeD and citrus lald:Second I"te.. Ready to move tl. $1850; Trade with Swald; Louis Geeslln. TWO FINE building lota. Restricted ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL-100 ft

tD .aruK J sonable. J. r. White. hhw. R. section.retrct. bultop. w.l-P'vd 2-241. hOI of Lake S terms. Oe. King '1401 W. Wash- : Rulor. "Specialising in' Grove" location. Priced right. Owner 707 on street. 325 ft. deep. Ideal location
845. bdrol. lvlnl I this Ii'vingHurt. ton. 2-1464. 30th St. Holden Shores.
fur ins room, extralargerooms RIDGEWOOD AVB.. E. w@@leDd. i tEl __ _____ 14 M.I. for motor court or merchanttle
COLLEGE PARK Completely HARRISON BT. 2013-Furnished J ; klthD. extra-large guest house. Con I SMALL HOUSE-New 419 I 1 NEW CDN BLOCK house three j I[ BEAUTIFUL shaded 165 frontage.I .: building. Modern house for oecu-
3-bedroom home. Oak nona story fra house with 3 altU. : bdrm. bat urar. Electricity I deep lot Cheap. Non resident {
led close bedrm screened porch large screenedbreeseway W. Concord.To bedrom.. paved road. Buy pancy while property is being de-

school tan electric store *ihea. \ Lot.IVfa b.t. 150.un room. 2-.r terms aale. 2.ara..* .tt apace I .ara. %O.ne down.w1".d. Right wit 1. 16000. Call etrnona. ; redr to moveIn.. $3750; terms I I ORANGE GROVE-24 acres. 7 cleared It right thru Clarbaugh. Metcalf Bldg. ,, veloned. Allen Johnson Realtor 140

Mr. Mowrey ald Klnc Ram 8. 30 able 10 bar 13.5.. Allen ann and connections ready lalldr the Buyers broker." HaDIa NEW. SPACIOUS 2-bedroom ho i3 i iclosets. Gee Iln.. 1401 W. Wehln.ton. .j' and planted 415 late Val.nea. BUILDING LOTS-Select your homeI I 1 N. Orange: 8612.

E. Criurch. wit con. Realtor, ta N. Orange; 8612."Specialising General Electric automatic .a.r tors. 7'i E. Central A..del. 4237. Come lot. $8900. Klttlnger I I CAIN'S HOUSE-Haa modern kitchen. about 150 treea 8 to 10 r.r 1 sit* now in the attractive Dub- '; ORANGE AVl" NORTH-Five masonry
84S. dinette Homes." heater; gas or electricity for ; Realty 1454 or 2-O074. I I I pecky cprea living room aa large ing balance 1 to 4 yeara. prouc aer' dread Country Club section. Lots in buildings la excellent condition
CITY LIMITS-New 4r. I special ventilation system for I bedroom. AH 150 hammock land oak, hickory all aiaes. Close t* school, bus and I and splendid location. All units rented
Just att : RUGBY AVE.. 604 In College Park 8TEWARTWUSE..Oniy 15 he..r
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and bath bora Ll I AlOE Those who know say man large e.t magnificent $1000 down b.lanc. $ and : 1-room cabin deep stores. Priced reasonably. Cash ortrmsJaneBro and returning approximately 13*
about D.ml your 0'1 terms. Tot are hardest to sell** Are of lake t room New three bedroom masonry home down buy 2-bedroom furnished Golden. Brole. 1121 N. Orlando weU. pump m..ol. .side of Lake 235 N. Main: 7559;. net on price of $9S.OOO. Room for
you going to Snake m* a I with tile bath"and other fea house. Electric kitchen. Lot. 100 .t App'
CDlenUOI window. 18000. and D. X Ave. ( ). '1 and Increased
Jrc. oD :2.Cal can tub tures. Less than $3000 cash asI I ft. }.ar Malt.nd "nd.r.. ka. Out of owner say 81" WHISPERING BREEZP.-Ftnit release expansion earnings.
? Have to raise monthly.
t.t .
Jo Vetru ) lelo. Morlarty I lt On 1:0. bal.lu Exclusive
Winter with
wit Joe Harold
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tln.ned. wt Pak. OPn ___ was now cash. of lots inr restricted reaIdeoUal Shepherd Realty
@ : to sell my vacant modern Myers 4* mortgage. This home Ideal city .. Golden. Broker 110.0. 1395 pine grove
orde $ I Ca.
bun ; 20 E.
I Raltr. D.1 : with CAMP'S New 3-bedroom concrete ton Brer. Church : county acreage. Handy te Washington St. Phone
erty Management Department. with 3 : r children close to 1121 N. Orlando Ave.. ( Maltlandunderpass ; St 5124 .
broms .ea and ask for Mr. Felsom.I
b.th for B* eaU I aho. stores. bi. ). Winter Park. Open i block house. Fireplace. Only ':2. Winter Park and Orlando on Foret -
aEm-zast.. New blo. 2-bd. I 1.75. apt Hntment.tVANHOE LAKE PRONT-Rome or Guest Home churches. Predrlck 11$ H.Orance. NEW SIn No city tUI. A. C. Golden, lrll. 53. Acreage for Sale City Road. Seven tenths mile north ,

room, most 150 E. Rob -Greelrt: -1 rom. 4 54 baths basement Dial 188. .P.- lom. .aU modern I 12 N. Ave.. Near I ___ ;' of eld Apopka Road. Owner on prem1 'I SELL THRU CLAYBATJOH Realtor,
$7750. Hlnton. Realtor. SECTION 920 all nicely furnished- "If* great to .l Orlando" Camp. .OhDSD'. Fishing and@rp.u). WInter P.rk. Open BARTON LAKE-10 acre road t> 1 lees afternoons. 1 Metealf Bldg. Dial 5613.
I Contact
inson. Completely furnished. "-rt pro- I Close la-Price $28,500. Terms. C. R. Marel at camp. I IP1IH3 I Sunday. ._. M. J. 1. Broker,
war ( l.k 8125.
W,-l-tory masonry bnl'lw. Large alr rom. lots Emerick. Realtor. 610 N. Orange; room 3 5S. Property for Sale? !
CLN D.. A-l condition Inside of 1ar. porch. dial 734&. SUURA 3 bedroom buncalow cta. 10J DOUBLE DWGo.In. Brick 12 Poe 41' Country SPECIAL-Furnished 3-room apart-
e Cannot Double paed l town Qltck .le rof. spae- i i ment with large shop and 9 room
Purnac 2 bedrooms b for and loca im.rovemenu. carace. leaving eontrelD. CONWAY I !
out., ftpl.. bar at tion. 10.0. only $pre. cash required LANCASTER PARK-2-bedroom home shade frit $ Prank Moore. terms. tWD. 8315.. hardwoodfloors. tile land-33 8JCON-, : .0; ALTAMONTE SPRINGS-.Furnished, unfurnished. This property will
sleeping 1
Huckel-O'Neal. Realtor U'J. ban 0 mortgage. Quick with tile bath. 2-a garage and 9720. 3 1'2 WII@r .. .Winter Park. baths. E.c apartment complet1 I craded roads d'ra; electricity laden; modest small cottage on pretty pleas you at only 86300. Term if
utility llur take. $3450. terms Ache Peter I MeKelvey Real
.1. room. PttraJshed. $16.500. fumlhe. Moer ktthea elip to ; necessary Estate ME.
$50
Rblf on; dial 2353.C JAMAJO Small Hen Bunch Broker; 12 S. Main; ment 110' .rund I Ute. Prt. reduce Mr. ar.cab Realtor, cor. Central and Main; 2- I Central. ,
New frame et.. FDIe OPEN FOR INSPECTION For a home plus Income.levestisate trma. Hurr. 07B6. I
.U8ltelt bath: not 3 lou. Vacant 134. ) -10. SHY LANE DRI 1219- 6 to this. M. 8. Vercowe. Real 1 1tr. J. 15 N Main: 580'. |
\ rom with LAKE VIEW-6-room nicely COUNTRY HOME near Eustis. 82 i iI TOURIST COURT-.On Highway 13
finished but livable a* i*. Plumbingand 677 N. Orntt: Ie. Broker: hu. Brick bungalow on. year old. Living day. Modern 3-bedroom home priced 2 East Church St.. Phone 7833. CHENEY HIGHWAY acres best I acre tract with 20 acres of young I and 92-right In the middle of ac

electricity aU In. Hot 155.lAlo2bdrol furbe.. L. .bth.. I and dining room combined. 3 bedrooms STREAMLINED BUNGALOW Wen location 6 miles from City Umlt. grove. 9 room home situated- high I II tivity; Income during the season

heater. Ionic corner lt. TO finh cit Leaving town. f.r aad. screened porch, electric kitchen to seU. 1123 Shady Lane Drive. located on extra larce lot. 3 nice SOOO. Phone 8990. I I and overlooking a beautiful lake. $23.0O per day; more ground for

t. prU' 1* yours." 2.6.. Lrea frame bun. fo.er. Owner t 1810 Included. 11500. bedrooms tile bath and kitchen fur I Small fishing lake also borders prop building. Tor immediate sale $23.000.
PnD. I N. Brown. New1 rdecra.d. L' Immeiat puewoa Wilbur Strickland. Broker 2 W. nace. Venetian bUnds. Quick WRT IN ACGEIdel erty. Good truck garden land. Semi- J For full particulars see Marti WU-

DOWNTOWN-Orang* Av*. Rml ISO. .IPp1i. Hol.nbk Dv. Han Agency pancy owne tranfere. Price.oo-I $33 per Irov.acre. C.eom.real. fo.er. I finished 4 room cottage on property. I 11am,. Realtor 21 W. Washington St.
112 N.
house. 15 room em letlr Sr homes with $18 pr mODt Income. LAKE D SECTION 3-bedroom IrO. Reltor. Church; 6675. 500 tem. Frnllre. if 104 E. Jefferson. DaY1. Re.ltr A wonderful opportunity for the person |I Phone $106.TOURIST .
Price. $7500. bom $9000. Henry Av. 2-1&4.
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Including lucLFN2bedom Tel S89. Call Realtor I who wants a chance to enjoy
Lt 8:1185 p'JeDI
Dihe down. leD. balance ear tn. Broken 12 8. Main: 2-1090. 71M. Schle. ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL-2 V,-acre country life near a city. S17.SOO.
Ve Rbt 1
20. B Pd. BEST BUY THIS WEEK I
-Brand new adjoining COURT 7 wilt Main
Realtor -
668 corner tractnear city -
with block bun liit. Harry E. Morse & Co. Realtors. Eus- I
Van Hoten &
Mtewo 1 2-bedroom HOUSES Two In
cement block home: ex- new cottages Orb developed highway. Close in. furnished. Plenty -
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S. Mala; 2'5.DEn floors no SUUNN.w.. modern 2-bedroom tra large rm.lots of closet space, Vista. Good location corner lot I right with terms for quick sale. Jim tis. Pta.cOUNTRY -, -* of room for expansion. Pile
JEFFERSON ST. SECTION Eat ft. road frontage. Running 180 ft. \ furlhe. All large electric llht. One 3-room with Asher Peter Real- PROPERTY "Since ; 15500. cash. Will consider cash
8180.OD.
eOrDel M.
electric tile kitchen lot 1950. CYd. Me.
New 9-room bungalow. $6950. Drive out to 15 Hard Cald.el '
de- $6.500. 11. I.t. Broker. $ half 1916." Ask ,Asher Peter. "He prob- offer. Mr. Potter with
; Main 2-0786. Herman Good-
8E0NA Oi. tor. and :
z. 1 I. c.ah I I cor.
000 cash. sun porch and C.ntral
arn..d furnished T@rm. C. C. Oalt. D. C.u.lbrr. If Interestedphon wo non. Ln. Phone 7S93.t | ably knows." Cor. Central and Mala. win Inc.. Broker; 677 N. Orange
Broker TWO MODERN HOMES For Sale B '
bungalow. Nice ; 912 ; o.ne 2-214 2-3282. garage with ,' WINDERMERE SLC'IION-28 ''
bedroom a
three Mi. 2-14. I 9855i
laundry room. Beautifully landscaped Owner. good land. On nice lake and paving. LAKE VIEW-6-room house and bath. |
den. Large screened front porch. Oak 1 KALEY. K.-Nice five-room and bath LAKE PRONT Suburban I t I Ii I '
Attic fan. AU frame bungalow. Price home. With quarters moer lawn; shrubbery. No finer m..r.1 One six rooms and bat frame house ; Electricity; some timber. $2250. Electricity. On concrete road. 9 i TRAILER COURT SITE-229 X 325;
tion floor 2-car garage. 1/3 I Dte enc furnished 49500 .80. un rear. Has .luel to two or workmanship. By \ two screened on a veautiful i i BEAUTIFUL WINNEM1SSETT Home Sam ohnsen Co. 208 8. Main. acres rich vegetable land all cleared. |f Just off Orange Blossom Trail
pur very rllht Richter opposite WORZ Tower'e- !I sand bottom lake; three acrea > For Sale 1 Acre of bearing grove 30C ft. from I Neat clean, vacant 4-room house
or deep lot with On 3 r % Church St.
U2. plenty of fruit shaded ACRt W.
cb. uSrihe and lalr. .ce. wel 10 ( Less than 2 miles
10.0 Winter 2500-aere lake 8S.OOO.
ncr Garden Road and edge borne Howard. Broker 306 N.
Main
Michigan landscaped to ; ; ;
O. Fred close to and wate. Inquire
tlr flr.led. Iarlow ahol. and bus. See Mr. Po' a Lat I !'. |I crove. two garages. $ I Offered for the first time, a large from city limits. I from business center of good town I 7323.
rick. som. Harold Shepherd Realty miles from Orlando. I I(I ,, age Store, Vlneland road. '
Orn. Her lov i
Co 1 beautiful and attractive with Orlando. If want land that *
2 I I SOUTH Also a new frame house consisting near you WINTER PARK ptr
grtai Orlando" E. Washington St. home for you. gail Busch SIDE PurnUhed -Fifteen-room Guest *
1'1 t Jv. i Sam Hutchln: 206 8ri" 7611.t home 4edro of eight rom and bath two I tree bedrooms living rom.'dining ,I 9 ACRESonnew highway.i.4p' will produce the best, this is U. Price Home near everything This property "
xy SHOl 8CN-lla vest Dear loplta Dtr' screened a ro I rom. kitchen two sleeping of Orlando. $1800 O.lt'1 $6500. term*. Jim M. CaldweU with'I can be developed into
PEE ST. SECTION.-Lars.new 2 brm l. I L -Comfortabl* 7- Don Dudley. a..le.Realtor.Inveal.a' U garage apartment in the tree I I .. two baths Permanent Bu- I> 1350. I Ash r Peter. Realtor, cor. Central earner. Price $23.000. and a exeeptlon-splendid
cement block on screened Bear Eh'fw 2 baths. Close in. 2-'U. tan. installations. Deep well of I and Main: 2-076. ,
ex-rom b. 1r. acres part of which i* gas 5 ACRES-330 ft. frontage on new ally liberal terms will be given right
lot wt Iota. Cl. eno1' bu and Phone 2-3649 SUH SECTION-New 2-bed 13900. clear sparkling water automatic i highway. IVi miles westI New 2-bedroom and purchaser
.tr apPtat ductive grove. Tr..rprf: :I cross State LAKE FRONT- Call or s* Mr. Folsom.
Spacious living rom with large mirror '1,0. terms. Sam Johnson Co 28 Ple. 850.LKE "OI $7950.. Largo lot Attached for quick ..1.1 !|I electric pump. Eight and one-half I j I I.t Orange Blossom Trail. Only 2I bath frame house on lot 75x140; Harold Shepherd Realty Co. 20 East

window att.ctn. blUW Mai.IH [ VIEW-Beautiful larg 4-bed .rae.. Henry. Broker appointment. Cal Lnl.o 1. ,, acres of grove and garden land wide ,i I tracta left, $2500 each. Ask for A-32. $4.500. Also lot approximately 1H Washington St. $124.
1
ftepla. priced 11.0. .1.. A pre-war priced hoi bom. Can b made Into 1 ; 21090.SUBURBAN variety of citrus. A small private i I V. Condlet. Realtor; 31 E.C.ntrl acre on lake. 11.OOO. Inquire J. A, 17-92. NEAR Two

O'lara-lor. 109 brm. frme duplex. Large corner 101 nicely landa'D. Bus line. 2-bedroom I INCOME Ye*. a lake with good fishing lovely shade I.rol 6137 _ j Neal. Westrlde of Bear Lake. I ITAFT 1 large WINTER PARB>
Pin. Phof. 2231.DUIDR Also .cDtreton Only $7500. bungalow.1 Light water HOME AND ralhlhlaa. trees of magnolia and live oak. Locat- apartments completely fur
chicken
3-rom Whit ,
hOI l I I modern home from Orlando. -Good 2-bedroom frame house. Dished together with a five-room
Owner leaving .. 824 N. Mills. house. $1985. some terms. Mr. Fella- : ed near b beautiful Lake Wlnne- ACES 1 mle. '
lpart. sun diningroom Highway $359 2 good strawberry or garden house furnished
rm. acres and a highway business.
wltb A. lar rom. home community.
T. ideal
I Dorsey. ,
.t.t. CaU LAKE PRONT 2-bedroom house bum 4412. attractive mlatt. Phone Owner citrus trees. Electrlcity. .
appItm.Dt. : unusually kit : $25 dowm 454.TCR i land. Few nice Ample room for five *r sixcottages
details,
SECTION MldiTOB 4993 Bailey. sleeping Near school SUBURBAN..5..room'ooncret.lock I Die. and tiled pl.c t live. POI S minutes from bus and Post in
U prcb. 2 bedroom Maltland j jI beautiful suroundings
Mo.m. bath ; of good land on '
30 E
Chureh. Dial 4767.KU1fl.AVL.Compl.tely. seeTuten I II II
] I and bus. wt C. P. Bat- jl home with garage .parent. Im 3 dandy rental units with of I I A Inc.. Realtors. 109 1792. 300 ft. on hIghway I Office. S350O. C. B. Davis. Realtor; J Pries $24.000 with some terms. No

house en furnished, ch.lde. phone 9620. I meia' possession, 165. Wilbur ever $200 per month. P.t. beautiful W. Indiana P..I.Arenu Flor and 1294 ft. on two other roads. i I 104 E. Jefferson. 2-1649. J phone Information.-.Set Mr. Poisons
Near golf 100. Jw story and half frame 2 Broken Church flowers shrubs and citrus ,,, DLnd. Harold Realty
large lots. celling. 2bedrooms. brol = ; .klnd : ida. I Baraaln. only $1.500 terms. A. C.Oold.n. I SUBURBAN FARMLET Six mflesI jhepherd Co. Ph. $124
.room dining Price $6.50O with term. P.a ceb I II | LAKE VIEW-Here 1* a ale* 6 I trees. Up-to-date in every detail. Excellent 1 I Broker, 1121 N. Orlando I from town thIs neat five room | WORTH INVE377,431ff3.4.o57

large ln.tile bath. rt R.ltol. 507 Metcalf phon rom furnished home n quiet SUBURBAN-Brand new frame modern location. Robert R. Tyre I Ave.. near Maltland underpass) WIn, frame cottage with oil painted Interior 30$. with frontage on Central Avg

prh. and Opa 2p.m 2-110. :! street. There are large I bungalow. 3 rooms, bath Realtor 1 W. Waahlnltl. 6174. I ter Psrk. Open Sundsy.I modern bath and Vapo 5.5 and Pine St. 2 story house 3-car ga

Call 2-2374 for directions.8u.da, -I KUHL-East of and Just one block beautiful oak trees in front and a screened porch, electric pump. Almost I I VETERANS AND CIVILIANS W. I 10 ACRES-Wooded land. Plenty of for heating and cooking and five rage. Present, Income $104 monthly

below city 1m It 1 a property good selection of bearing fruit K acre good land. $2975. small down I LOVELY HOME near completion. 3 wU build desirable on your homesite lot or from you may our I timber. Good for citrus and truck. ', acres of lawn and garden for sale $6000 cash. Total price $10,500. King

one will be find. T..omeI ia back. Tb. house I epre. payment balance like rent. Wi I bedrooms fireplace tile bath aU .led lutings.a H lot financed with 1 mile southeast of Apopka. Snyder's at $4750.00. Call O'Harra-Moore. ,I Realty; 30 E. Church. $438.I .
house has three bedrooms struction and has a March Ben Rodger built-in large Realtor. 2-2380. 109 E. Pine.
entire Teol
rom Store. Ask for Robinson
attt.tre'l Broker klthrn I LARGE INCOME "corner
90 PItA loan.
DELANEY PARK 2-story modern mediate Court 799O. a 100% a Lkhat property
masonry home on lot overlooking interior tastefully decorated. A rental I and peulon 10.0 ; and la.e. terac. beautiful flon. Prompt and empl@t plannll and I p $& Ir an. 20 ACRES 2 houses. New Inside un I Sunset and W. South. 4 bedroom.
em.r in all steelwindows
t pak 3 bdro *. I cot. rear screened has two rom. and wU 118 N. Orange. Dial SUURBA-Ni. clean 3 rmhOls. ,101.11 eODctonlnl. AU for building .nice. Jen- 19 ACRES-Smell lat. Value 82OOO.I completed. Ideal for poultry, truck $75OO. part eash. Owner. Ph. a-2840.

2 bat screened $7950 for l.r.. Call I Pedrek.. live la.Orlando'LA.KE1'RONTblQ roof. S acre lo $11,500 to eoncre' bloka. deposit nines. Jne. 672 Orange 734. I I I Trade for your In a home. land. etc. Small lake. $2975. | EXCELLENT PROPERTY. well loeat-
O'Harra-Moore. .I' t I or vegetable land paved fir S Acres. $350. Colored property. 8-
Roekwool :!: Phone 9932.
lDulatloa road I will ed and suitable for
Realtors. 109 E. Pine. electric lights to until finished. Call 1 YOU FIND THE GIRL-We find 9 good land > converting into
2-0138. pump home on acre
Modem tile kitcn A altmat I .t.. cO. t owner 6395. or PO. Box 2947.EXCLU8IVESECTIONRight. i I I the home. Clyde McKenzie Broker. 40 ACRES tested land. In Clareena room either offices apartments or high
I RALLY ft. very reasonable with al I project
AVE 300 E. Big bungalow. rear new i ii
oil furnace b.cI :
San I II I Ii I class guest borne.
1.1- 8. Main. Phone 2-4775. Sammle Fran or rest Within
< ft. to road. ncr Gould with Johnston 1 ; Realtor, 32 E. Pine; phone easy
age Comfortable living Big lot. Kitchen equipment and fur 6 Henry. up tol: 120. i Slavton. walking distance
a atache. home la on ofOrlando's I nace. AU for $12.850. C. R. Emerick.Realtor bath; 70 citrus, also oak B-oker. 6 W. Church St. I the minute new home. -acre lot I i ANEW BLOCK Home Tyler Ave.. Cisco, 'Realtor. : rm 4 Central Arcade i 665 i __ ... tr ._ ping district. This to la Orlando's a good Investment shop-
407.I
choicest neighborhood 610 J. Orange Av*.. dial and palm grove. Home furnished. SUBURBAN a .eum'l! fine lake view. Beautifully flrnlh.d 1 I I'I Orb Vista. 3 rooms. Bath. Must !'I : i COUNTRY PLACE-Here is m duplex especially long term Investments.
$18.000. Huckel-O'Neal. R.ltn 111E.Roblnaondial 734*. Price $174)50) If C. R. | of lately pine in bauWu 1 Latest Q. E. electne I I sell this week. Cheap for cash, or 160 ACE east of Orlando. Com i in the country live In on* side I Price $29.500. Contact Oeo.

erick Realtor. 610 d'r DI :I| Slab type hoe of construction. | complete: even to electric sink Superfine j I'1.1 consider terms ,' $19 per acre. P. A. and rent the other for *50 00 per I F. Brass Realty Co., 19 E. Central

Dial 7348. i iLD I Perfect condition. Iv.apr. rooms and at sacrifice price. W* wantto i GARAGE New to i j:I All. Realtor; 37 W. W.abllitn month. 4 aeres of land. 40 fruit trea. Ave Phone 2-3155.

DUBSDREAD COUNTRY CLUB RALLY SECTION-1913 I and carace. chickens I Ii show you this. I! lake I ; ; furnished :;: v4 mile to bus. immediate posneasloa. I

Rambling Mexican bungalow. 3 SOL. 2-bedroom j PN 2-tr. modern 3 i and garden. It wont last lone. Call Try on any priced -home. Well |I Iwr. Sutb shore Lake I Issnne I I WOULD YOU LIKE to have a nice -Speak to Spiegel", Whitney Sple el i

b@drl servants Quatr. living bungalow. Completely @mo.n. t. b.t upstairs; Otto Rasmusen with C.nlalil '. you fInd it on 32 your E. Pine own 4915. ranch of 5.0 or 10. acre at', Realty Co Realtor 706 Metcalf GOOD INVESTMENT..

room c1.. used ter see this one. for quick sale 1 bedroom and Ule b.t do.ata. Realtor 4308. 8.t. Re.ltr. ; : ATTENTION Gls and Civilians-We $6.90 pr ard If* f.fee. Plentyof Bldg2-i:_ 269._

dining play large sun $6850. 2-t483. I Oak floors, oil 881. can now build for you at one a5.room I and tmbr. POI and
room rom ewner. Ph flm.c. lne bi SUTE- old. Nice clean' I I ; ONE OWNER made money here 1 New cement block building. J store"
porches. Fully Lifetime Beacb. home and bath of good construction I tlrbe Information ace S rlplnl with too. 20
hrae. meDt b l.t t.1 Irom enjoyed life You can rooms, each 20x80 feet,
arne preh Income
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Mos Broker, Main.Phone
sale. $ and furnish lot excellent ', *
Exclusive on 3I
COltrUol 10UDd. Je.lr deo..ted 12 minutes from Orlando. Modern I I $200 per month. $$,500 cash Ex-
,
with Robert L.1 Nicholson. Realtor 8. Main from beautiful lake. McNUTT.REASLEY. R&ATR I location. AU for S8.8OO. We 6977. residence. Best of construe- 1
at bedroom duel with
Pd. LAKE VIEW Ranch bungalow. 30 f *
668 N. Orange; 24396.5iiii3RzAD Lake privileges. 8 "P tile Phone 2119.LON. Splendid a.1hborho. Owner cure for Civilians an 80* or al,I I '; tlon. Landscaped lawn. 2-car ;

All furnished from rm.. bath, tranafered. bar. bel Present these new price cut l reald.ntlat PHA loan. H F. Boland. R.ltr''' 53-1. Ranches and TImbf rlandI I garage. Brooder bouse. 2 modern |i Hall Bros., Agency. Realtors. Ill X.

AVE. .2 bedroom frame. $2500 cash best of Jim property I Carrlgan .. 672 N. Or.n. dta houses accommodating 2500<1
SECTION-Ranch washing machine. A beautiful home IS0. tem. poultry Orance Ave.. Telephone $189.
bungalow. 2 bedroom tn for tlrDhed. 9 acre land with Asher P\r. 24551.BUNGALOW I I I GOOD SMALL RANCH and timberI bens. 43 acres good land. 10 acrea ,
rooms lard. 1.1'furnished. Large I IUOO.CaU Veterans Real Estate I 11Ib. Phone 90-M-X I.rar.Witr i cor. Central and Main; CoUee. Park-Modern frame bunca-i! Frame. 2 bedrooms, '' land. Money maker for advanced I I bearing citrus trees $15.000. For a

beautifully landscaped tot. Be this. Agency. 8. 24481. Property Park. SOUTHEAST SECTION low of 8 rooms, batb screened i sleeping 00 Del.hbrbo.:;, pl.DDe. This wIll not last, act real country horn value look this
21 Cour j pre.
by aU means! Willis with P& @ op.r.Dt I II [ MARKS ST. 1800 E. 2 bedroom '' bedroom home. Large 2.tr. 'I porch. and Lot attached carage. Oakfloors. I I Furnished. t@ra. U quickly. Right pric. Minion Bealtor. I ever. Asher Peter Realtor, cor. CenI 57. Real Estate Exchanged '
has frontage and 1 .
Real at.. 36 E. Pin. 2-1IU. LAKE rVANHOB Por the mot discriminating block stucco home til* bah laua-; see ed lot; $9500. Lola Royal Broker, 71' new low price* i iwel 1 dorff. Realtor 438 M.ID 150 E. I teal and Main: 2-0786.___

I of home seekers. New I dry. garaxe. New heating untt Open 2-0672. of $ n.nde.P. ins furniture. 2-398 11 2-4737. ';; CAT COUNTRY-4.050 .good i BY' OWNER .10 acres cottage: deen APARTMENT HOUSE Tw* nnlte es

DUBSDREAD SECTION-New ultra-modern rambling masonry bun 1 SUBUBBAN.-Couvenlenj to bus. ,1)0 lcl14c I I COME A SEE IT-Open for 1' land: part suitable for truck well good soil. 3 miles north of Lake Suxon. $2.800 or will trad fo*

3 bedroom home. all ti bath. ,.10.. Lake view from eer room. 3 =::STREET SECTION (Near ]j store A good 2-bedroom home In Princeton Court On of the beat to 6 Sunday. 6 farming; plenty service and artesiani I Apopka on Rock Springs Road. Price hous* in Winter Perk, Box 264 8Star. -
ou I
la. screened back al I Ivl bdrom. .10t 2'' Close to everything. 2 large i excellent condition; unfurnished.Lot built frame bungalows in Orlando. furnished.* Brick construction. Price I i I water; all fenced except 2 miles: 2 j $1 9M Dickinson.___ _____

breezeway connecting garage bt. lale corner ''bdrom. living room dining room l0d5. $1500 cash wU h.ndle I This has everything for comfortable $11.00. 1210 Shady Lane Dr. mile R R. tOD'ali; lo road thru ROWLAND LIVING In the highlands 3 BEDROOM HODSK-Conway _. '

corner lot. Priced at $144)00. Harold with fle kitchen furnace I d@Ulhtu front screened -! easy term Pe 17 living both indoors and out. Price la I; SHA HOUSE-4 rooms and b.t property; t city; pinetimber of Northwest Orange County. The lion, for improved property on ,

O. Perkk 118 N. .. Dial I oak floors metal sash with tile all preh flon Jamerson .and Carter, E. I $10,750 unfurnished representingmore I Electric stove. 1Deudcd Price $6.50 acre Spring section. Well built modern. main hjway. Call Frank Moor. 9720.

i tile roof screened porch. 2-car I I8ut" Tl 1 elo.troulhout.ld Central. Phone A. T. Carter. 9516. : thaa a 10* cut. I cleaner. Going North reasonable for ;! H cash b.I..e. arranged. "I. Tlg1 i 2-bedroom bom S acres berries pro- ,
It's great to .la Orlando" age with laundry and bath. .r an unusual $8950. terms. I !I quick sale. 909 28th St. I 1 I ner with 1. P. Mattox 143 N. M.II vldln a year-round income Room ATTENTION Fishermen and

/I! 628 &. Pin; 4641. Jamerson and Carter. Realtors. 70 E. SUBURBAN Near Intersection Lake Adam Area-This U a 3-bed I |' 5809. I for chickens and cow. One of the j We have several desirable campers Canaveral

UPL-- Private bathe and en 1 LAKE DAVIS (Near). Comfortable I CeDtnl Phone A. T. Buster) Car- I Fairbanks Ave. and the Old o I room frame bungalow with tile bat I bl-1.Lake County Property I Ii I 140 ACE0 miles from Orlando few email farms on which a family Beach Park lots to swap fr
APP
tr.Dc.. AQ furnished. Corner tot. 6-room bungalow. O beautiful 1511. ka Highway. Clean frame and screened porch. Oak i i --- i}i I Johns River. Ver j ran make a living Be us for details. residential or business tots la er
about nice oak floors N. MT. : gas circulating heater and I I68x132. !,I accessible. Fenced. 200 cattle ., i Price reduced to $9004) HwkeMVNeal. --'
Only 8UO. $10 down. thru.holt VERNON AVE. 1642-Price r* of 5 rooms and bath. Recent construction Aotm.t EUSTIS-%-room modern home. Lot near Orlande. Sea er call David Porter
Cal Jo Rea Estate I Venetians* include I i deceit for quick sale. clean. and -excellent conditon Included at the priceof' $4500; furnished. $55OO. tractors farm equipment. 1.0.0, Realtors; 118 E. Robinson: with McNutt-Heasley, Realtors. 19
29 8. Court: Property : Electric stove refrigerator 9-room bunsal- Nicely Net i Nice larce lot with i i 11.8. Owner leaving Florida. B. W. Huntley. Realtor. 406 Orange ft of pin timber. A real 23753I W. Wsthlngton St. Phone 2-3836.

Management D1.rtm@Dt I water heater. Uundry tub and circulating i iI I Good r.tr Immediate possession :i te.. House Is being sold furnished tr. possible. Ave.. Eustis. Pla. __ ,,;' for 1&.0.terms. Aiher Peter. Realtor I

EAST, 15 BLOCK-New In 1941. I School. H hetr. to 2 bus. Cherokee I I 14.6. $1.800 cash and balance I For additional information iUSroom modern home, fur-;I;; and Main: 2-0786.- ,I 56. Business Property for Sale? FOR SALE OR TRADE for" automo

new you would not blok Rdue c! MURIEL AVE.. E. at $ Electricity and city I on th.. lot. $8750. B. W. bile. Large lot, 2-room
del pin C. B. Unfurnished :|I cabin fur
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properties albed. l.r. 1 ;
; | see McNuttt-Reesley.1 Lots for Sale TwEN'lHOUSES units re-
It had ever lived 1110.0. Dub. Ratl 10 1 tram bungalow, like atI. WeHutBe.ler. Raltr. 19 | Realtors W. 1 Realtor. tO Orange Ave. 54. ; nished. 2 Mock North Michigan on
HIDte.
nCODdtolee Washington $106.ONLTAflWiBjcefu5 inside and out.i
2-18' St.
living with new 2 | WahiltD I i centty painted
room fireplace Bt
tdr I bdrm. and SOI. Mayer St. Price $700. Inquire at
room hall, LAKE LUCERNE Near-WaU COBatructed !!I living porch with I. Pa.GRERylWt. I, ALTAMONTE SPRINGS 10 .i I New furniture. Average yearly Income aluminum trailer.
moer ktcen I ao.e. ae'Ded i '' I
bungalow completely and I overlooking Marion $1.800 plus owner's apt. Close to
2bm
shower [ garage with l.le
.a Ul btb attached luxuriously furnished including several I II Ul nor. ..tr... aa SPRING-LAKE TERRACE ;, Francis. $750 Owner. Homer 1 business section. Price $12.900 cash OWNER of modesTlbedroom"aouaean
and tr 4 livI
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1DfDDe. 1. rom et. b- I This Is old : peved street, water, lights, la
PrIce $ oriental rugs; basement with OU 1 O.De and rooms and sleeping 2 ing. Sturdy pre-war !' fixtures. 112,0.0. an BewaIl Altamonte Springs. Pla. Phone : or terms, available. Inquire owner, ,
1. If you ia need of I Heater: orer-sised lot: close to *verythlng his $8.500 ma. baths; oak floors; pr ea- fine con.tnetoD'Jt @. prou.bl. bllnel. W. J. j i i Winter Pal $-8194 __ 209 E. Park St Klsslmmee. Fla. good section of Winter Park, will
tr. ar bm. 2-r I nll.b" .
6 Pc
wt death Imac Klstler, I| exchange his place valued at 83500
will find it la this ; in family reason for .. 907 Metcalf race; nice I .& Strictly modern Lake Reltr. Pord. 1 I BEVERLY SHORES-We still ta.a APARTMENT HOUSE'-4 attractive.
property. ,01 Creba. Realtor 601Metcalf selling: owner going Dort. Price :
; ; I livable house and few highway -
Buildingphone 2-1'70. I J$11.250 P Msttoi.: some tr )l..More wit buy in Orlando. I Realtor, 1 -' handle. Prestt 8tel. Broker. flxlra. Ie. bllatl with buy- yours now. W. Rose Investment I room apartments and ultra-modern near Orlando. acres Asher on Peter,
I Phone profitable AU .
45 Here Ave. apartment
14! 58 2-101. W.; tr l Ave. Co. 49 K. Oraase 2-bedroom penthouse
Ota
ELIZABETH ST.. 2S12--3-roont Stuc Built right in 42. planned right for la ool. .o Realtor, cor. Central and Main; 3-
Unfurnished. Citrus shrub I PARK -Exceptional toeatlon today located right for convenience, SOUTHEAST SECTION oa.I.!; EVE A PESSIMIST would it's a at a serf.. AD.preximsiely I I I Manorjsffle* 33M N. Orange 1 I bath with tub and shower .Best secuon. 0786.
c T. .a1 00. 17* Owner ,
Park story tile construction, I 1 furnished In A $18.000 II.Ue. and Reading.I I Priced to yield
the material house PRINCETON
right
"UOI. way. some lo I.y.tment CORNER
Cole nicely fuhe. Lars living I>'right.. $ prle 1412 Dtc 1 td WeU Realtor T aisre 0. Florida. I|!I Dauphin 41* Broadway_. OWNER 'at 2316 Princeton Court
terms constructed and
EAST of Lancaster Park Bungalow lo. 10.75. \1.ton sewerage pui. 13. would like
Built 1941. 2 bedrooms Pleplae. delbt sun porch |t Caldwell wit Asher rl"bt Realtor garage till you oDbu on front. !I IB Offered at $18.. LAKE rNml. of the mot St sewerage la.ln" 70.Strip I' BUSINESS LOCATION 120' R.' H. I II transferred te Tampa sale Orlando
I Pt.r. : te by rent
exchange er
fe I Nicely located, near frl; rom Blel arranged.cabl- I I I cor. @ Main -' i iT Ple$75O. $250 K. Pc; 0 0 with grand terms to respon- :'> b'ltful l.k in. Porda,,,',. ling with M. J. 133 ; frontage by 220' deep with privataly home for 2 or 3-bedroom house in
.r I thru center
Kiten 246 larce running
nok Orange panl. Exclusive Main. Phone owned Spur
'alLstate. Av. PrD.bed. .tt
$6350 .. ade
I 8'
II T Ph. 2.3311.
.tre. Sal Maid with : Tampa OrUndo.
Prescott Orlando
uf Inland water-way I limits of
Johnson 8. 2 heating 1Pt1 3 nice bdro Se 45 Weat Central Avenue. miles from Central Florida County This will ecU quickly-*o you had J WILL EXCHANGE nice two story
Lovely 3- cedar eJI NORTHEAST SECTION Live la anew 1 house. 3 bedroom lvn. rm i Seat sand bottom beach; 50 of two. three or four 5fo' Iot' Price reduced to $7.500; furnished guest bouse good section
CON Dl bat AND INCOME : better hurry.
.tor hoe o eatro I tU. ao.er. BauUI Ylw I I h_. The best of Cltc dining room kitchen b.th de. BOW. section. 14 Duplex. cToso land: ideal for development iD'.individual 'I cross State highway, fo term Mr. Wheeler with J. P. Mat- of West End Birmingham Ala. Value,
tion. porches. 5Oxl3S ft. V.
9
rooms bath. rooms excel multiple
Coir. and
tl bl 1" bt. dry t. ro.tile 2-al. .ar.l.n II I I down payment O I.'s. $1700 for ;! cash Weir System. lo.. 12.5.: lent dltOD. 2 bath. 2 kitchens camp-sites or mp. ,;, etc. See d.ellD's. .D.rmen., i tel 145 N Maiy_$506.: _'_ ; 13-SOO.I; Similar guest bout la Orlando
Pne ,
welL Mrs. I. M. Borehers. owner
.a.. Lon. h.n tub. S tb fol : Lower 70 citrus trea. old house deep ;i apaltment house
wo f thru.bolt. Price 81. nice comfortable I,;'I e.Uaa. with Louis Gees- :; VIRGINIA DRIVE 916 Haa two bed- !: rented for $175 You can purchase the whole i{!! Johnston Penn, Broker 6 W. Church i I CLOSE-IN Thi* return' 1228 Tuscslooaa Av*.. Birmingham
@ O. H Kett.de.' terms Sam Johmon Co 208 R. Main. I R.ltor. 143 W.ln 2-UI' i I rooms sleeping porch, place for< 10Dtb.tional Et. rooms bring an add for Potential trae I I Street. property nU show a good it Ala.
$ de. addition
Realtor 2-3176. I II I, garden and fioweyxIerms. in Winter 11.0. 10.0 lot '. on Investment and in
LUCERNE PARK m.k. lO's3"
-Modern duplex. 4 ;
a Income
I Cta of month opmeDt Ore.a Ile OLKA-e has living quarters for the owner.
% sTir 2506 Open rooms each side. Just eoplet,,: I 1 I WASHINGTON ST, for o.ne..31 Is completely Rultor. 21 E. Central. 4111. ,. fue.lt. The price of $40.00000 Include all 57-1. Beach Property

to 9 Sunday. I ready t oelP. Live la on.Id.::' NORTHT-I..oWI block 3-car I I I rUshed bungalow. ruL floor f-rtlshed. @ buy I city for ,23% MTTbORA-7-room house, 3 Term if desired. Can Xk.o' furniture except that in the owner c I I.partinent. ,

Excellent 2U>ry frame home with rent tb 15. .. lara.ap.rmeDt gas kitchen i electric kitchen. Imeiat posse1 *- 0 wIth terms t. suit You. Ask bedrooms. Fruit trees. moel' 2-1575 Monday. | Belies Investment Co. 23 OCEANFRONT bedroom house and
I'1 for 1140. |
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1 Lt 1 I
3 exceptionally larg living Peter. Realtor, and room. This ia a slew. Stewart 2-70x140 tots.Together Rltterhoff,
Main 8513. H.
brm eI. ___- wit Harold Shepherd Price, $8000. Furnished, $ COLONIAL GARDENS- W. Washington. Phone ,,___ ( garage apt. New.
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ro. fr' screened porch I 2-0786 < "super" plac*. Owner going north. !I WINTER PARK Park ', Realty Co. I 406 Ave. or separate. Reasonable.Lot 11 1 99OO 8. Atlantic. Daytona Beach
i I AVS.-on.l. 2 J. Wa.bllion HUDtle1. Ie.ltor. Orl. CLOSE IN-Masonry construction
with i March. Ben .
screened porch \ $6250. terms. Wilma ; 8t
.nt luDdr II LAKE FRONT-Lovely modem horn*. I 1, \':, district. 9-bedroom house 10n. $124. I Elala. 70. Carolina Moon T.Ue Cam. story. 25x125. Railroad frontage. I OCEAN 7RONT Furnished 3 bedroom
tub and '
rated 2-1 garage.129 foot This corner tot 3 bedrooms. 2 b.t. 3ar garag Rodgers..J9ro er: 8 N Court: 711. |., larce lot; screened porches mod- '- WE HAVE select list oT worthwhile'|I. CLGE--PARK-V.i-A: Ideal for warehouse and delivery P. O. Box 202 Coronade, er

near o bus and shopping district Most desirable 1.ton large land NORTHEAST Bungalow-Hew. spacl- <: era bath and electric kitchen. Beautifully !I OPEN PR INSPECTION Corner homes and businesses. It will be to 121 117.500. easy term )tuckelO'Ncai.Realtors : 77 Ave. C New Smyrna Peach.
ah grounds. Imm.dlt. eus; $1800 cash and 83* ,,' landscaped. Miscellaneous clt- South 81. 11$ E. Robinson; dial I
mODt. before Av
bought furnished 'aaD OeJ. This U your advantage to see us you ; DAYTONA BEACH-A splendid smell
1Dfume.D WI.b Leverett will be on.1 H. Klttredse a 8n a -* morteace. Call WI. .a .garage. : immediate possession. '' a new home; 6 Ioma bath 2- locate. W. J. Klstler Rt.lor. Tavares, 2-3753.___.. .. .- | estate with private tennis courtHouse
: IT B. Central. 2-3176. with C. R. Realtor; 610 N. :!: BT .ne terms. Ph. 2-7912. car garage: DRLtY-
R.ala. corner
lot eonl
cbow. See or tall l.rt ; wen Florida. CLOSE IN A modern tile bungalow' i* of English style with lane
pre 11"t Realty Co.tl E, Central ., LAKE FRONT-We have 3 nice lakefront I' prame. Dal _ j'i WINTER PARK-South of underpass, strutted: near Lake Lncaler. Must Pay monthly. Have lot paid i of 3 bedroom and 3 batb o- 9 living and dining rooms, kitchen and

2-3155. 1 prolrl.priced from 889OOte I NORTHEAST SECTION Close In: !! 2 bedroom bungalow needs some i iI b len t b apprel.ted. On'' 52. Groves for Sale trm. building m.terl.1 becomeavailable. '' acres facing highway 17 and extending den OB ground floors. 3 bedrooms. 2

EAST two t I 'U.O. O. these will ap.a Apt. h0 unite 3 Completely ;I I work c ttlah Close t bus. $410O. U 5 P. N. Property clu into big lake. Garage and < baths en 2nd floor and 2 large rooms

room SELn1 lli to priced right wt kit hel equipment ,, Jones ..61Brker.. 132 !! right. Pc'd 15 in grove section ia bound to I I.eru.rapidly 1 tool hooa. Quick possession at 21. ea 3rd floor. Has $7.500 air-eondl-

landscaped tot. Extra lot Painter with Ashen Peter, Realtor I only. AU : baths. 4 8 Msln._ Phone I HOW-ROV&.u.Parson Brown. in value. Buy today abed of thiS 500. Terms. M. J. Moss. Broker, 132 honing and heating plant 3 ear

Cavenaneb 1.T.r 70 E. Central: 2- '18. caraces. Oak IUt 'b Loi .I WINTER PARK-Near 17-12--.roona MODE S la 6-room Hamlnl; barn and chicken iacresse. We b.v some beautifullarge j B. Main. Phone 6977_ earste. A splendid house centered in

EAST Rt. 0.baths.. LAKE FRONT Sbb.a 400 ft. i rat In Jones 52.0.' frame bungalow; lost painted outside I I' t .tore. PO' Office: .DA houl.. Tar b and eulpmelt$1$- lou right on the lof course. CLOSE 'IN 12 nicely furnished units J Ji spacious grounds. Priced at only $32.
M.
SE3 brom tU sandy 3 acres i tenl. Mo Brk- : and clean 10O* Sm.1 grove. gas and av.labl. SOO with tow Urns. This U aa outstanding -
Else-. elde er. 8. Main Phone ale ; lar. plot b.nl Comple"l OOO hal cab. King Reh 3 S w.t. U.b. i of 1 and 2 bedrooms each. It'a
b& bau fed. 13 1' hlb l.nd Barbeque pit. Sprawly I ; 're good flrDtbe 0..t.e. ._8435. Den good construction and the price Is )>
Splendid location, corner 1.tot.hrc. 2-bath modern bunga NORT Entirely rerat I carden land. et Price 1. andreaily frl.ld.lre wul m.ehln.w..r etc. Best LAKE FRONT Carrican Bldg.? 672 N. Orange: < reduced. M. J. Moss. Broker. 132 8. W* also have a recently built ocean

Priced Hell .1 low. Gas kitchen and floor furnace. ..2 Al f I'I worth Act .. P. ofe near 8.0 Immediate acre land. I ORVETweDtr-fl. 4551' evenings.2-2534._ Msln. Phone 69J7_ __ front home of three bedrooms and
tl. OUPnr. wt Attached 2-car garage Uederpriced nished garage apartment 145 N. Main5809.. POi5e.slo. .cre lot for 3 bath modern style and Jambo
fo I ..n. Un H Mathi Lake old New five room ,. EAST SIDE Ideal building Combination fining .
I
Gera vest Check Como. year orance CLOSE TO TOWN- -
$16.000. Hlnton. Realtor, i this for a really buy. brick construction at only $35.000.
NlcelyTroomtram P. businesses. $350 P.
71(16ZAST t.r. lo WINTER Near- house. 660 feet lake nice residence or and store 2
PA. on station grocery ,
a.I.r. '
DouiDudicv. Realtor. tODU. ,
I.t &. HOUSE furnished er S30.000. unfurnished.
H. Jones Broker, 2121 Conway
A. ,
completely and Moem lake 5 mile from Imt.n.- bungalows one 3 rooms and bath,

NORTHEAST lan* rom sun- nicely furnished; an city utu.exerpt Iu fit Irdea fnle.hae. hen. 000 00. Mr. Msrtin Road: 8744. __ __ one 9 room and batb aU on 5 acre This Robert is between A. Green Daytona Broker.and 701 Ormond.Main

SIDE- LAKE FRONT-Masonry constructed P.. larce utility 1/3 gas; quick ou p,le, J P.. rbbi. be. Cl Swop. Realtor e Ea Pine Phone ,, EXPOSITION PARK t detabl, Irrigated hltbway tract. Orosa In- Street TJaytene Beach, Florida.
I Pu.blo type bungalow eight rooms. 1UI SI 1-.OOO for immediate Pt -p at S5.3OO.. Don delay St Oral. Holden. Are eaU 671.LK.CU17.cnye. lota ( Prom i I come $1.000 per week S15.00O. Jooes 177
.hoalel. Phone
TWO for the prk* of one. 3 aU tile Hollywood b.t.tile and P.r Real P. Mattel. J. Main; 5809. I ER M" block. North ta tnird houMSTODIO to .. For $125 each. with M J. Hots. Broker. 132 S. Main. _
furnished 2 bedroom P. .: oak floors fireplace @ with Estate. 3 Pine. 2-111. I WINTER Pn-owiying city i Ur. C. Peck. Mr. Lane with Herman Goodwin. J. Phone 6977 NEW LOVELY HOME oa tower Merrltt -
: I oU burning furnace and act tub, North from Lake '1, 677 N. Orange 9855.FOREST Island adjoins homes of several
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Frame bungalow. 3 and 1946
porch 9-room horn and furnished ORT brm fur HOUSB-On splendW t.nlrle. prouta 70OO HOME AND INCOME-Excellent location

room gaxas apartment $9500. patio.high 2 abn a three-bedroom house .
b.otM borne particulars
orange gar shop other dition. Po see Builders 17-92. in City Limit of Winter Park.
tee Di. or type
Ban Are cypress dok afd ". Mr. P ..U planned la a den: 3 ISO business is li' 235 N. Main: 7559. .a. Br I .rop.. l.eJ rental Banana Rivers depth of lot approximately -
Owner and 3
.ee. 1alt 113 Korang $32.500. Harold O. hood on -corner r.tr nel.hbl A 11. J 11. BI. I"\ U aUretv house on gate .. "t Nice home for 260 f Price $7.850. Donald
Avs. "d 1& Oiaase. Dial 11 l fo 10.0. 19 North Mills. S-rG SOx NEAR CITY acres oM bcarlna apartments which are returning $2M Leyda Merritt Island
rcmplete details -
great III. Orlando" Hilo. Ask ll Rombauch wit 100 l. Price Mr. grove. Grapefruit. 9- PR H.ibrr.'r.i a month Price $15,000. Call Brock
Cal Re Pn..plea.

I. c 11.I I Pine with O'Harra-Moore. 240 109 E Fred Winter L Pul H.u, Brolr.. ISO Park A. P.with.. O'H.naMor. 2-0836. 10 room b_C..2 1'0.1.. M.1 te Sambntoa Si.50.. Call Re*Her Ray 663 Le-nnoo$. with Joe O.Myera. Steel 672 W with Orange Cbenault dial It 7234.Jennings inc., [Continued On Next Pace I]


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7-l.. Beach Property f 58. Out'Of-State Proper, I 60. Easiness QpportonlUe u. Help Wanted-Female_ 1$. Sales Help Wanted 74. Amos-Trailers Wanted 73. Used Cars for Sale I, utthajI &rnttnri.&tatI "WORLD'S LARGEST


1RONWOOD. MICHKJAN-"Land SEPTIC: TANK BUSINESS True and ex- AMAnNO OFFER-W* pay ya (25 SEE US BEFORE YOU SE'year HUDSON COMMODORE _

Lakes." Fishing, buntlnf. 17 n:I crane, tank form*. 3 lot* and g! IEfAYeomPta'.Clt. Dha for selling to boxes greeting I.rd. ear. Bar*. shop around a yon door. radio; beater; like ..14. '. I ORLANDO. FLORIDA DEALER"

I t* Lake Superior. 5 room I lag busIness Prlc 3300. Mr. Potter for permanent position with Sells for (1-your profit up t 10e can for ,o car-but before salt Phone 3-2451. !! MAY 4,1847 PAGE 15

OCEAN FRONT UJTS home. Cora ChrbillD ear I wtl Herman Oood win Inc.. Title Guaranty Fund. In applying Alto gilt end everyday card, w.p get our too. Central Florida TIRRA1'LANZ-1937 I I

Atlantic Walter Bl 332. 81 N. Orange: 9885.___Broke glv tducation. age, experience ana plntt and stationery. Costa Motors cor. Garland and Jefferson- HSN .Oood rubber. 4or : I I'I R. S. EVANS

Orlando Bec O tot beautiful Oaa SODA marital .tau.. Writs P. O. Box 752.Orlende. to try. Writ for nmpl. on approvaltoday. .1 B. Hsttn Phone 2-3424 ...daa. (323. IJ8 Rent St.Po, 'I 78. Traller-Tmeke for Sale
.a
Only ocean front lots kit at 11.650each. 60. Business OpportnnUle! I IAUnT FU.11.D drug".U Forid.. Ment 70 WW1.1 81. Dl& phone 2-1864. ml.O '

The** ere large **$ .h Spiegel.- Whitney Iu.ID.Realty t.. aJ.or clip covert and 41. I. J. 4 door sedsn. Vary j'I KJEPRIQERATION TRAILER 20- I Says There ia no larger stock
Invest IDlere HN-I.0
HODS real Realtor. 108 SUCCESS THE FIRST TIM*- foot. Ingersol Rand automatic
trom & & Ph. 2-3269 (795. R. S. of used and almost
la.d M.t..1 dr.pel. Irefered d.1 Urourboat. new can
td oom- Reeling
Spits
loeaud .a 67. Employment Agencies I unit 4 frteslng plates.
I
.*da.driving .r*nd bathing beech M pletely I' On corner lot to IEVICJ.STATION-N. Orange Aval Good Phone IroDtlo. & rlh' P.r, 1..getting top prices for your ear : 4321.Evan 1 for C.trl, .Ave. Pbont 16-foot freezing space 6-lnch illSuI I trucks trailers and cycles In

t3. touth UK town CocomifeVtrlclty short .'ur.hcd center of Orl.Ddo.Pre. i Doing good business. Rea(206 j 711. __ __ BROWN'S EMPLOYMENT AOEC-I from R. 8. Evans "World's Largest : _ lated body (3350.00. Will trade. Nation 1 the USA than cL !
we are ;
senior solltng m..1 pa -
o o I .l W. V. Terhune. Iroke. I othe 1.IDe. Phone 1,' SECRETARY.-.SMOO-Typlst maiD office I And Nurses' If D.lr take only one trip to our HUDSON COUPE-1941. 3'.0 .1 Auto Part Company Atlanta, :

bu. aad ttrrteo.Drlv In.l. $ Street. H2. I old established ..nar.dor work come to Rel.tr.. I.. yourself further round Clean r.dlo heater 10. I Ga.S'l'UDE3AXER1541. I ing at our six big locations
I o 1.
'llho. cltrl I
vr .1, Jour 2 Jut I SERVICE STATION and garaie.'io- ing plant la to.1 12 miles want help call 532$. I' t us today.Drlv I I'I' small up truck in t.d.. Box right here In Orlando
&an. $*". '' I 226 i pick up. .-ton.
br my er Equipment lando. O.T.C. 8m.n.mount I !-ra.
tad '
oft i llud.d' o lu. 1. '
Jo\ your contract COl.or dc BUSINESS OPPRT a. ( 95. Phone 4173. blkept payroilj COLLINS ELY SERVICE 'I'' in to any .t'our I Orlandeocauons HUDSON COUPE-1945. A beauty Take coup or station Vegas tntrsne | We will wholesale of retail
11 10 1920. Phol. and I or phone 529$. 4000 miles. Will trade. Box 226 I 113 Virginia Dr. ,
com my *Rte* V. Steel TOURIST with ,- work. woman b Hur. Rertr. 8teno.rpb '
t" w Preeeott trade
over I' t.h. bah 'al C.av.1 plx. COUT-a duI:I tween 25-35 preferred. Position .pD ers typist dome.tl. I 8-aur _ I BILTERTONE and dolly. Good finance and can give
7378 W.
auUt you la rap lot. 1Y 1 acre: ( propr,.PlrOll.t> June 1st. Eipcrlcnc* bril. C'I I Chulh LASALLE lt3t. Perfect condition.Sell condition. Sleep 4. (450. Pat*'* I[ Immediate delivery on practically -

All unsaid _.. front I .plIa I BEAUTY SHOP-A bull 'Ylpr.w Owner lesvlnt town..0Dtl Prc tcma.1, (175 0 per month. 45-50 hour er! PARKER SEVc1 I I cheap. R.dlo beater etc. 1411 Trailer Psrk. 8. Orange Blossom any make cr mode)
with ?or In terms Phone 17. '' Sttte and KMT Trsll
I ly marked I' ahoy opetatrt b.r 2-7tU. tleleDe nfereDc. .It you E Amelia
sign. and sold lot with -$o14stEno. 1 pTii. $ ? 201 8.ar. I .lt .1 hcl ---- from 1932-8 to 194T8 ranging
iMOc"llM1Y04r5
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.ppl OFT CASH s MINUTES
las
a &.a rental ; 1. t LINCOLN 139 model
O.H.r..or.2-210. 10 TUB CUT and 1 ult''1 be experienced c U11 3 PDe. ZEPH TRAILER 26-ft. Klnihsm factory: from $lij. to 5000.
tires
Aero tb* *tTs boulevard" S. the at w.Orlando** atd Pin*. 254 ft KtUr on main Ime COI I,'ILUISTRSMa..ltr.U.... Desire steady 69. Work Wanted-Female !, W* bay cash for any make o model .d.a.. Elel"D'. : condltoa..owner I I Private Refrigerated.owner Phon In good 2-3111 condition..

of the 1..e River Bay MACHINE least; prior to I II ia wonderful hh.. .' .lplomen& .. working eODdlI ca. No delay o barrlDl. Drive Phone 6910. Our prices arc the lowest

s.e, large 1 Ba.n., from I BL block 01 day capacity.P. P. 8hul.., Realtor. 14 Julu. to.. btl,la person. 234 W, South ;I WOMAN deaie work aU'i I 111. .t.t your .1 buy t 1939 convertible I TRAILER-1942 Palace. 36 ft, 3 I If you can duplicate
Pr I. KILT I an
I if worth the LSU ? car
the boulevard to the waters I W. Qreshtm. E Jeffenoa.BEAUTT .: 238.ITta orI..n. I 1' Str..mlne Cleaners.BAI.KSIJinrEa I in family. I I 1'a money.StarlingAlexander I II : lest covers: .UP.I i rooms, double sink inlaid linoleum ''we offer for

of lne Blver Bay. Unsold tot toenUon. D" Buitnesa I WANTED If not already I II Write Berth Platt. M7 Twlggt I rings; valves; starter; .generator "- electric brakes good 8 ply Ur... new less mow we

h. DO lira on them. Sold lot I pA3twaDowotown 4 operators.- I OttandlDr bargains. '12 C.tao. I I nlrel.t In your communfcy. '! St.. YWCA Triangle.' Tampa P1*. "otr.. 501 N.Orange I II and tire*. Lik I.I.Uerr 7161 I I paint. 25 ft. copper water pipe. 500 ( guarantee to meet or beat
for .
I I
enouth
.. Bay front lot p lAzes Courts Cafes. : Great I or 9438 Condition gusrsnteedMODEL ft. North of Johnson' Pushing Camp
a te. C.bla 11nr. .arll'l I competition .
"l" .1a Dred HOSTESS la apartment house or I II'
I quick sale I2&00. Re" Lake
prefer living Per 'ourne Oat Hotel*. 1 .d Dlol. Te II ea Apopka. Price (1400 L. JR.
art t. Wi' i a, 392 N. ; 2-241. 8.Uoa Tanl J, eOlo.llft Box 255 S-t.l. A FORDS-2. Excellent con- Ro..'
on bar near ocean, only ; Or..e I II In tor. .t. .u' gersen Hosiery Co. Wllmett Ill_ t lelY. I dition. (335 each. Harley WE WILL NOT BE UNDEr OLD
350 feel away with a Street in th.tent. BAR AND PACKAGE STORE WI1 free. what you be experienced rapid twenty-five W.d.i i
worth. 015 H. Orange AT ph. TRAILERS
I i .D&L TYPIST-Mu. NaVnd..r.du.t. -New and used 1947
bust- :
of aubdtvilon located In onando. Excellent Where Price \ S. Used Cars for Sale I 101.MOTRYC'3. 11(4 *
? le.dlD Whet Terms and Position for perma- work.Ressonsbl I I I Austin ( 4 Door
te e. i Sedan
.lprl.A" dCin. American. (1(95 Electric
from tb* Mu..r t. tb* Hah. I Best lone Ha**. A real buy at 8.SOO I ., our 47 Old I| cent .ecur.t.only. Sat I exceptchildren Harley 74 fUU up. refrigerator -I 1(4(
cltV-I and stock Inven J'I al.roD ca. AUTO AUCTION Every Tbursdsy.Everbody For sale optional. Accessories Coleman Since Coupe O
wall-to-do Including DiluTes Cost-to-Coast service. condlUn.
kisny Phone 2-4M1 or mental I
ad | off
of County liav al I tory. We have others luted at different I 9. 31V J3V W. R.lt" ,: prefer long case. Hol to .raDIedI I sells. Prc. are good. \ che.o. 206 HIler. Ph. 2-1334. 1'I,I 1 and prewar stove parts; awnings 1948 Buick 4 Door Sedan tit

r.d MD, oaal. lot ., Orlando price rentes. Come In and see Dl'. Box ::11. Orlando P.. D. 1 TIT, pla.established and General Office ference exchanged.. No I! Holly-Robson's Wotr ADCta 22 MOTORCYCLE- o.ne. 1940 In- : dollies fans bottle gas tanks 1942 Buick Sedanetle (2)
etc. South
Name on request. i Mr Little with Harold Shepherd I .. Give full details of in 8. dl. 43 ( tire Orange Blossom Trail. U .
.e1 AMONG MY confidential listing 1 ( r' 11. Ornr T.u Tur.d. eu. 3. le. 1(42
around employment phone S 11-92 Ankney Trailer Kale. Buick Convertible
hare E. WashIngton rear Coup
subdivision Co. the
Al lots to the Realty 2 \; a thst requires that letter wrt Mrs. J. I. King. I,, d.y. I IAUTO.OaILI tub. larer. and belal I
cleared and traded .ubdlvtito Phone 5124. ; | bu.lle. yoube I.I week days. r 403 Luverne .. Panama City, D .. ,, I IN RESPONSE to government appeal 1941 BuIck Sedan <()

Uvel. You can tart baUdtnsIrn.dtate1.7. CAPE-Tb* best ODe t n lo town capacity InclDed. E.rla WOMEN K to 43 years of are Fla AUCTION Every' 544 Fairbanks A.e. Winter Psrt. to loin la patriotic campaigning 190 Buick 4 Door Touring Ocdaa
co.ldered. tt wanted for cafeteria position. No p.m. Sharp. T. hun I to lower to
i Te.d., prices s* as avoid a fni -
the cround near Orl.Ddo B.t 1 PIPI. pr1a bua.ha. been 1 to tart. Easy PRACTICAL NURSE Companion no' hundred and NASH-1946 4 door sdI Has radio I 11(40 Buick 4 Door Sedan '1)
My lo .t en ., ofere necessary I ; .utomobl. .I i isis recession aU house trailers.
gross .DriD. and
oNt 1 I II "weather-eye"
bu.ll. 13 Dl price I air
Bulldlnc on month In Bummer and 11' 1 lean. 811- week. Uniforms hu.e.or. Free to t..I; c. 'I truck. Due t the run car cODdltoDe.. i I new and used reduced 10% effective '. 1(40 Buick Convertible Coup
: I reasonable. Sorry
U50 mot no phone Practically nw. Your
the. bank ot : ". In Cocoa.on b WiDtr. Lone I. .e p I Prescott V. et.le. Sine 12.I ea, I I furnished. working. cDluoD.I'AP 'I drl. Bi Church. I I I 1 start end our u.7.* at are one having o'clock w*sharp.must : S. Evtnt. 101 W. Central A.11&5.Phoaenie. I immrdlatelv.. Prank Reed Traileri | I93 Buick 7 Pas. Sedsn

Ilk DO" t. West Central .. l, T.mor NURSE I i Sales. 201 N Orange Blossom Trsll. ,
Ina Extenenud 1(39
loat. I PRCCA. W* had our I.r. b. sal last I BuIck 4 Door Sedan
are to frm c.u..1 .t price asked. O.ael Cetral Dial 2-251. OD .10 1200 DOWN will hire a house trailer
and
HO door &tb* food reason for alI and will I FOR YOU MECHANICALLY Inclined ;I W : from 16 30. earn while I I fo- engagement. Tuesday. Tagged hundred NASH-1940 4-door sedsn. Mechani- I 1 from Frank Reed. The 1193* BUICk Roadmaster Sedta
I offer one of the best.subur- car and truck* and call : clean: followingnew
une. sacrifice Quick is youropportunity I talk learn. (20 week to tart .e..at-tre ncleat 1 (47
01 .l. you FORMER SECRETARY would Ski mlr'l. trailers display at an time Cadillac Sedanrtto
: on :
ia thre
On C. Edward ExclusiveRepresentative. ttritet Orange County and forty 4 new ., and .
O"Dr.
I fr esih. S. You will and (33 per week :: of 3 months. !I part time typing to do *t home.Phone have I rdl. .ua'I Spartan. Minor. Palace Wolverine, Kin
104 Wlllard Street. i I Uttl* with Harold Shepherd .r'l at (3.50000. bav to Overtime for more 40 hours per 2-4025 you hv any can for sale tem be seen t b appreciated. Pat Tandem Cadillac Convertible Tore
Cocoa. Florida hurry and worth lbs effort. Monday. here Tuesday. We will j[ Alma Zlmmer and Superior
Pbon 99. I Co. 20 E. Wsihlnnan St. Phone 112" t "Piecing 'i.ul you week Telephone operators enjoy Interesting good price. Plenty of buyers.a. ,take '. owner I.a J.reaI I Easy terms arranged on .U trailers 1934 Cadlllse Convertible Sedan

CITY-Grocery-Market wit walk-la-' fer I. business."u.IDe.Prescott pro V. elates. Apply work at and Winter congenial Park Tel asso- I 70. Work Wanted-Male them away. The largest and fastest MB18t.t0 Wagon., Prank Reed Trailer Sales. 201 N 1(47 Chevrolet Sedan ((2)
,
I body perfect
cooler, and living Ortng Blossom TrsU
Popr Steel Dial, 2-10. 45 West CeatlA.nu. 1 phune Co.. 12( E. New England Ave. growing Automobile tale la th* South. 1(43 Chevrolet Sedan f3>
I ty will .. ., i iI mechanically Yours for (1093. I __
iaeuded. h.Dd. PAINTING don by hour contract. Auction Co. LakeI I
U..0 : or Automobile
Real Estate Wanted Winter Park. Yla.t 1 .
58. I Mice Oot I R. S. Evans 101 W. Central Are I 11948 Chevrolet Club Coup

uartens-.Oroceries.. ( Wit. )will BET TOURIST CURT lt. 930 N. I t YOUNG LADY or man stenographer I!I fore Experienced 6. 2-3098 1.IDte. Ph. 7228 b I 11.. I I I Phone 521.OLNOu j 1941 Chevrolet J Door Sedan ((>
with lam Av New ..alnl.
BUNGALOW WA 1 handle. Prescott V. Steel Sine 1-1. and general office worker. 40-hr. BUC-1128. G t.U.Ua
Uvlnc rom lar.dlnlnf room. Dial 2-1000. 45 West central .! 2-bedroom lalDr bom e.1 ... Chance for advancement. Answer REGISTERED PHARMACIST= 10. '. Brua\ G".1.rY. FANS 1941 Chevrolet Sedan (4)

Wilbur 6trela Broke; 2 W. CLOSE ., :lot '. Inquire 130 N. Orlando t P. O. Box 1163. able for relief work. Box 22. P 8 3OO,K. Orange. 1935 sedan. Look 1941 Chevrolet Sport Sedt*

Churrh:_ .__ and I-"Ic IttOa Av*. Winter Psrk. IF YOU WANT a maid !, Ctttl BUCK 1942 super sedenette. Ex' and. good, drive Ilc. AIR CONDITIONERS I I 1940 Chevrolet sedan O)
IrH. 14 t.M ZSTABUSIirDUpLdTxR"decorating and ao.Ir I Ic.n I CLEAR YARD and set out condition. RadIo and beater BEVERAGE BOXES
CAMP SITE-At least foot I' per Live wire ean I, for" months fu. kin... WILL (285. J. R Smith 33 E. 1940 Chevrolet 2 Door Sedan
Pa
sized 20 to 5 fat. moat. Hlnton. R.ltl I..I business. Located la ODe 5803 er lawn. 716 Jernitan St. from Phon 2-4133. DROP FREEZERS
ac* on 14. 3C. R
Call Ve* ro HoUB Clyde Mebnile. of Plorlda'. most progressive dUe pf : Realtor. 610 N. ...: 6 3 p m. until ':30 p m. ,I L BUICK 194O Super club coup. 11940 Chevrolet Coupe

II 8. Main: will "Wi sellS 1' 40.000 population. Hat Inventory of EXPERIENCED accurate *Uaographer. I'I'I 'i MAN forty-five years old w Good mechanical condition. Jim .I OLDSMOBILE 1939 2-door. New i, COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATORS 1942 Chevrolet 2 Door Sedan

earth"QROVE I I CHICKEN P.aIro1 bouses. I 11.0. and Building doing (5.0.0 year also ( APII rild ., Depart- manent lob at caretaker 'tlr!'I 1 Cumbl Cm. 904 N. Orange A.e I.I motor and D..paint Job. See at I 1 VEGETABLE CASES 11939 Chevrolet 4 Door Sedan

with 3 3 bom T chkl. houe 10 hen puns I or lule..to Dureblr.1 Write or "sot. First N.ton.l l.nk at Orlando. ,, coneientlous ner ef estate service owner who .or go 2-:21 105 North Bnmby I' Phone 2-2114." AUTOMATIC DISH WASHER* 1938 Chevrolet Business Coup
.1 lo. privately
Cash. Oiv acriat piles bred whit llhorD. 10, phone 8. R. Hlckey Realtor. Box 684. POSITIONS that pay good are :,' North. Box 2BO t.l wl BUIC-U.O super .d.D : PLYMOUTH-1941 Convertible clul ', 1933 Chevrolet Sedan
1.Ua at
all particular BeE ,..1.1 and eke.l Phone Lakeland. Florida plentiful far beauticians. Let at ,I 1-.r. cndltoa I. coupe. Very good condition. ORLANDO SALES AND 1933
WW.I" eta. of land under .2-25. 2315 Prlneton i Chevrolet 2 Door Sodas
teach Beauty College.JacksonvUl Cour.I Evan, W. Central Av*. Phone
you. Florida
Atlantic 1
114. B.eh. P. coed fence ".00.0 of chicken Included I BET MONEY MAKING PloDU" *. Florida. ,, 71. Airplane Sales &Service I I BUICK 1942 sedsnett Privat.'own- 4321 lo B.rtet. SERVICE 11933 Chevrolet Coup
Orlando for
QUEST .J-tory Im&BU t.hO.blrl t ; 1.0.0 out luldr leD. .Itl. ; aaU er. Looks and run like new. Will I I PLYMOUTh.-1939 tudor. Good eon- 1(42 Chrysler 4 Door Sodas
truck. 257 1 1 i am N. Grant Ave. 10959i (B)
Olv tat dial lu alone &r coe. a Bal I i 65. Help Wanted-Male TWIN ZOI'rUD" en Orlla. sell to the highest ote. Mr. L.. dltlon. Se* owner 1830 Oer- I
I for ( BUSINESS LISTINGS I and tnstrunieutVeteran's Trailer I 168. 1941 Chrysler Sedan (2)
OWr
nr. 11. Iro.r .ut.1 Ild. mutt 1.0.0.. I 8t.t t.T. Harlow O. Predrlck.NE.'But Wld.en tr.1nr.1.1"a.Orlando An.ton. I' C'ld.el Pak. I I I da I 1940 Chrysler Coup

and wanted I detail Winter BUICK-1937: good Madtoa L Beautiful
I value last tea years. Headqnartert. Iii N. Country
ORY .t prO O.n. .1 P.r 18 PACR14 CIDe. 1939
CUb.
from Chrysler
Marti AUTO BODY man sheet metal work rated across i I equippedwith I Sedan (4)
ask Thompson
.talUal (7J .. B I 0 lo .IU I WHAT IS I yea ..nl If a motor er. Best working conditions. Sutlon. Orb Tlsta-Wlnter GardenHighway. :dree andnew 1938
lr. William. Realtor. 3k W.1 ., I "na: 72. Autos & Trucks For Rent heater over-drive Chrysler 4 Door Sedan

2.19. j 1..t St. 110.* 1106. I' 'rr.un 01 Iu.url\ of business.tio.w* man.nent plton'aDd. good Chevrolet pay 101 r.M ,I .I Ure. A spotless car from i LOANS LOANS LOANS 1137 Chrysler 2 Door Beds
Hollr BUICK 1939 convertible bumper to Drive It for
-
ORVEa WANTED-Any tlM. Quick can serve you. 8peak & Spiegel" I B. C.an.1 Mr. Goldsmith. 11 I, CAR-RENTAL INC.-High ::: Harley "ca 1595. R. 8. bum.r.Even*. 101 W, Central 1938 Chrysler 4 Door Beds
Owner I I II week s I condltoa 1:95. W.d.
G
W. (72K. CLOTHING I Whitney Spiegel Realty Realtors, lured car by or
..eaoa C. .W.ltn. R.I&r. 8TR.lt. !| ,. i ___________ ___ __ Call : .orh. 115 oanre A., ph 817. Ave Phone 8296.i 1(47 Crosley Sedan '
Or". 111.ORVH.n say .arlt. 180. 0 Metcalt Bid 2-3269. I responsible popl. 811. BORROW BY PHONEf
'. ; i L I B Experienced. I I Livingston BUICK-1940 tuner sedsn. Very I i 1940 Club .nnrl 1937 DeSoto 4 Door Sedan (2)
purchaser with 175.- Wlbar$ '. 2,1' WILL SELL half interest of myI 1 thoroughly zouD- accounts and itI I good. Prtc (895. Hale, Wads- PYOU grey CAlL US-THEN STOP
Invest. Only quality Curch new tourist of 12 unite and costs, bond 1 D. EARNER ph. 8587. fnl.b. 1(37 DeSoto 2 Door Sedan
N. Oranc Ass. ,
0 considered. 8. Doll,.. Ii. HIGHWAY-PUllns .t.Uo.] 1Yn quarters eour manster J.u- : full particulars. Box 259 -:0.r.Oln !I I yourself; low rates tm or day rb. 615 N.throughout.Orange Ave Jim Phone CI. 10 IN THE SAME HOUR FOR I 1(42 Dodgo Sedan
Lu. 234 W. 2-toned Torpedo. 2.02.LYOUB
and living n. storage Also six overnight 'D. Vtmer BUICK-U4. super
Ph. 411. er lu. 181. THE CASH
to
21 W. rom. $50 1300i
W..hlartf BABE Cleanest 1(41 Dodge 4 Door Sedan
rolr Bar Bros; 1 sleeping room betb.Property I WANED AIII Central Ave Phone 2-3153. ; heater. 1941 sedan. New mo '

DROVE-Ten 20 acre with hoqsc. iqusre .lt Enough I j B.rbr 8hol.. E.. Park HERTZ SystemTrucks model i town. Privet owner ]U tb.1 10.000 mile 1(40 Dodge 2 Door Sedan
t 1325 & | Ave.
DR-U-E .. .
Mutt be trove. Clyde McKeeste. CLOSE meat and fish room unit Wn.r for rent ce.d C.f be 422 I. oan. Prsctlcslly Ur. Pc 1195. 1(40 Dodge 32
1 IN-rr. fa pre 12.3 i pacDlel : 615 i i Yes! Get cash ulekly en your Slgnatore. Passenger Bus
Broke. 12 8. ".Ia 24775.W* : (15OO .ekll', cash o term to o.r. BUSINESS EXECUTIYE with sale by hour. day or week. Reasonable 2-lli. 1.20.BUCU4 Hale Wad..oh I. Or.al 1(40
sell e.rh.JOU ." .m.rki\. Term Roper ReU See O.De Oeo. King. 1401 W. Wa.l i I experience for aggressive neon sign I rate. We furnish everything but Special 4 door sedan. A. &17 | Auto or Furniture. Can today! Dodge Coupe

Church and Main: : C.| Ington Bt I Complete 8ec.t!I the driver. 904 N. Or.ar Ave. Phone I mechanically. Jim I PACKARD1946 Clipper 4 door **?I 1(40 Dodge 4 Door Sedsn
-Livable MldiUa 2 .1 I r'earnings. Box 249 I 1 Cumbl Csrs. 904 .2-
of aero- I DISTRIBUTOR WANTED ParavozI ( EVERY BUSINESS t a golden opportunity I -.. I. I. Or.n. .. dtn. Yen low mlletg A beautiful 1(3 Dodge Conpe
ldrom. .mo. I sell DISTRICT MANAGER-We have aa : 4521. etr. R. S. Evans 60 W. Central Ave.
for To or
hearing aids. Orlando and adjoining
534T. OLIN'S 1(37 Dodge 2
2500. Ileo. e.n Door Sedan
(31
IC.-Ne.
Arould 101a. : COUIU". P.r.1 It nationally ;< buy a business contact C. B. Darts. opening for a man with elDn J for U-DRVJI.&B.lnabl. day CHEVROLET-1941 Special Deluxe : Phone 4321. Ask for B.rJ.t.PLYOUlt4 GFC LOAN COMPANY 1933

BOMB WANHh d. lakefront i sold and Th lightest ''Rel.r 104 E. Jerera. 2-1(49. ence la the hospitalization fild. week or Opn evenings til club cup Jim Cumbl Cars, 804 4 door tedtn Spe Dodge Coupe
.. I weight "all-in-one" bearing aid using I __- ___-__ Is Interested In building 9:00. 242 N. Qrtnge 2-4814. I N 2-4321. heater. AU original 1(38 Flat Coupe

tar Park-Orlando area. Small trove standard Xveready b.ucrln I 61. Bank for himself. In a protected territoryof CHRYSLER 1947 4 door throughout and very te.a R, S. 71 East Robinson Phone 1795 1(48 Ford Convertible Sedtn

trounds 3 bedroom 2 &I Three model. Lower 'antS.rCeISAL several counties. Duties woul cover sedan. W1Ddr Evans. W. Central .

Jud.p Pee masonry cutre I price. Excellent h&a.b.& appointing and ar'lt ST ARGALXNE MOOR R. 8. Sot. Central uphol.tr.I 4321. e for Bartlett. 1948 Ford DeLuxe Tudor Sedan

$tion Prtc* IU.Ut mutt 1h.1 tablish .ulu. Dullness. C.l o{ LOANS cost you lea Remuneration on a production b.11 money. SOl N. Orange Ave. Phono I 4331. Ask 10 Bartlett.CHRYSLER Phon 1941 "110" convertible 1948( Ford Super DeLuxe Sedatt
Information Box 2 I writ E. Paravox I Bank. AU bu.le.told would be t PACK 1(48
.
eoDidelta Put. Her I.Uon.1 Coml.r '7.. 1940 4-door car In Orlando. Ford Tudor Sedan
i Aid. 43 M.E. .. these costs. the the maa.re. With the gen- 6Ud.1 CnDr. WYKYGYL MOTORS
a.OROVHOIBIE '.1.mla Port dltrd The Harley 615 N. Orange 1942 Ford Fordor Sedan
Ida Phone3124.. broad protection of .d.a atu.1
i t 3.0 mU.
8 34i pl.D
( 100. yon get ( 93-Payment. ( eol A.e. phone 8S97.
-I 1 FURNITURE BUSINESS with repair ( 150 you get 139-Payment* 12.50 tl cOlrltoa'hl ofe. 73. Service Cumbte' 4. .moel N car Orange. Jim 1940-5 OPEN SUNDAY 1942 Ford Tudor Sedan
Auto
PLYMOUTH
; passenger
.ib .rru. thop. Established. get 186. Payment. 16.67 acured Inc right t 2.52. 1941
Broken Chentult I Long lease. 2323 ( 200. a ftur 1 A-l Can be Ford Tudor Sedtn (2)
teen
JeDaID" e I 1 a 300. let 25.00 I a* long as company connected. CHRYSLER 1940 Windsor 4 door coup. cODdlto.
tnnn Ortnte Ave I. Or.nl A. ( 400, you you get, 2'I.rent 33.34 Contact this office '01 further Information I 1 ALIGNMENT Free iDetoa sedan. ut new throughout. R. 8. ''a' Shel 8e"le. Winteri I 41 Chrysler Convertible Coupe 1(41 Ford Convertible Coop

HOUSE WANTZ6 W* h..prospect FROZEN. CSTA and living ..uerters. ( 500. you Set 465. Payments if you art experienced. T I I repair by : 8 Central Avt Phone i Park. I' 41 Chevrolet Coupe 1(41 Ford Club COUP
.11110.
for ., t-room home. I Mal Ulb. (3.300. Henry you set 4 Is not a trainee position antI A one-stop r. : =I for Btrtlett. I' door 1(40 Ford Tudor 8dn
Bureh. 8. Main .30P.meat 13.36 I PYOUH-1H2 .e.a 39 Buick Sedan
; 300 N.
caB Altosishnoes. I Brote. \ I
If your boua 1* for sal 2-109. monthly I Health Insurance Corp. 221 West -1931 sedan. New tires 1 R.llo hetr Irbt. 1195. Oul t
mODt
Realtor. 140 If. Oranc; I GROCERY MT MARKET with P.'Dt for 15 1.ent..a.Uer. 1 Adams St. Regional Office Jsckaonvine. AUTO SEVCEn. day .rc on paint and battery. (225. S. M. S.rn. W. "' 41 Cadillac "6T' Sedan 1(40 Ford Ponder Sodas

$MlBoeelalrdn m HOB....___ I four sew ( In colored life Insurance to pay Isis Ford Tudor Sedan
budJI. Pnra P. e.n. p.lntb. Freed. Palms Perk or 3OO W. ; 5 new 39 Plymouth Coupe
I Income will show of death. The Pint body work balancing; Tie PLY"OU CU11932
Mt. case 1! second wheel Pin 8t.CHY8. 11(5. 1(37 Ford Station Wagon
HOUSES WANTED-W*. have Pr! than ((OOO net for grocery i Nettonal Bank at Orl.Ddo 4th floor.FIRST I D.YIUH a prea. Good I ins, or anything els*. Silvers Pontiac, At little reDe.n atand. comer Bumby and .. I
last 1.a Mul b -1041 ALL REASONABLY PRICED 1933 Ford Coach (3)
3 and "tor* e.l. Tre. other building Out of Give 62 W. Colonial Dr.. 2-2110. R.l Brohm.
pert for 2 4 hv long .Ia hou. t.a. with South St. ______
W. B.YtebOteon. Je.e. Vi : Equlpted rdio. TRADE OR FINANCE 1(31 Ford Sedan
hornet In food 1.UO. 1 balane .14.0. NATNA BANK n. pro- and tlephoD. lumbr. Box AUTO BODY WORK and painting; ," blue sedan.
; 14 c.h easy trm. "I. Pot.1 244 8-Star. work and trul-rn. 'PYMOU1141or 1(31 Graham Sedan
B.lt. 2-111 .| Herman Inc. I vldes Real Estate Loan e"e.l.nt .nle. Ramb. tlllsh. actual miles put on Wiltal'
Male $& 8' N. Or."..Oo.l.; It55. department on 2nd for &give yon DRIVER-'Experienced. wht. for 18 C.nlral. with care. Drive and buy it for up to 1000. T. P. Bate Wo' If You Don't Se* Theta 1942 Hudson 4 Door Sedan (2>

: faster and better moving household lod.. W. AUTO RAID or night. 6u- S1495. R 8. lhu. 101 W. Central KlMlmmeeI We Both Lose Money 1(42 Hudson 2 Door Sedan

i. BOW WANTZD-2 or 3bdfI GROCERY MARKET Jtckson. _ meeh.Dt. R.mb. 806 W. AY. Phone 52\1. I PLYMOUTH-1938 4-door 1(41 Hudson 2 Door Sedan f5)
AN'JAT ,
!
or Centrsl n'R
aDhe. Colored i j 62. Loans Up t $300 FOUNTAIN or female, i CHRYSLER-1946 Windsor 4 door tor overhauled. New tiret.
Real &.d.I. new H-M.l. ; :
luia. 1(41 Hudson 4 Door Sedan
.t..Cal 8.. Court.USTING3 A. L Obi. equipment metal box. i Night Star Lunch, : AUTO WRECKER Phone 2-3741 for sedan. Fluid drive radio, heater. 750. Private owner. 1021
I Dt. over ( .Utl. I AUTO. Pgrttiture. Diamond loansEconomy 114 N. Orange Blossom Trail. any .ut em..enc 808 W. Ceo low mileage 435 K 9657. lo.. 700 N. MILLS. 1(40 Hudson 4 Door Touring Sedan
$ Vler. ,
BUle.s J. P. '
of Company. .
WANTED-i-arovet any .
.ireh'.dla ten year ID.DC HOTEL CLERK Night Orlando. teal Official 1939 Hudson Touring Sedan
,r.cU. Metcalt Bulldi Ramb Club convertible PLYMOUTH-'-1936 4-door. Very good COR. COLONIAL
& -
... home under $9OOO. C. B. .." .0. Harlow Ooelck U( BaneI.. .n.ee.2-0339 101 i I transcript. State experience : Wrecker 8.r.lee. CEVROL-II4. and Jim mechanically. 395. R 8. Evan t 1(37 Hudson Sedan
tri.
104 E. I
i Oo
D.Y B.lt. J.teno.a i\1. O.n. dial (188.GAS Pho. handwriting. N* drinks. P. O. ;, AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE Erperi- Cumbl C.r. 904 N. Aye .and Bargain Lot; Garland and

14 e I __ u __ ___ __ I 252*. Orlando. enced mech.lU prompt "le T.I.lhon..S21.. Tuck. .. 2.1023.PLYMOUTH1132. I 1(33 Rnpmoblle Beds
WANTED W. bav STATION-Wltk stndwlch shon. I CASK WHEN YOU NEED IA'e To repair furniture.. I good .tok. and PlyI. 1(40 lASaD Sedan
LTOS HANDY MAN- P.r. .euoe j CHRYSLER 1936 Royal 4-door isedtn. coupe 175. I
1 ,a tb* A beer and win license. On AccttaDC keep tires. Central A very good buy at (295 | mouth '47 tog. (245. 1941 Lincoln Zephyr Sedan O)
I I.rdea BARGAINS!
Call A. T. : Jamersoo. 71(6. Past courteous cekea. : 2-3153 coah. 1136. j 1 USED CAR
Carter Cu.r. 851 \1 0 ,'u.l.e stay hlb..,. .I service. Private offices. Also atCocoa .en Ireml.. pem.lelt'l R. 8. Evan Truck and Bargain Lot i iOarisnd Inquire Snyder't Lockhart.PLYMOU'VH1940 I Its* Lincoln Zephyr Sudan
turbt and bath AUTO-BRAKE JOBS and wheel I and Amelia. 2-1023_ i four door sedsn. '
LAKE: PRONT PROPERTT bath. Only ( balance (65 and Winter Haven.CASH Taft. 1-day service. of 1(19 Lincoln Zephyr 2 Door Sodas
o i I Write or apply at the Mission. .Unmelt Whei CHEVROLET-1934. 5 good tires. Only actual miles. Excellent We have a wide variety
city in nice residential mont. A C. Golden. Broker. 1121 Fla wait. 38.0 194 Mercury Sedan
from Wear b.laDce O A gl29 140 W. Church St. Ask for Prank TorregUnte good used cars. Many makes I
to fur-
purchase LOANS Quickly mad
on
Wish pn..t pa I. OrD.e .am.td Old.r Prn. Sons. 1010 W. Church Drive. 146 Mercury 2 Door Sedan
Experienced on 127 Kennlson
.d.1 tit* of lot or lat .. Winter Park. Op. nirnre auto and OrJ.Ddo' JICT.o. CHEVROLET-1947 FleetUne Beds*. at 'and models Including some

1*. satisfactory wl pureu. by own Home PI.ne t.mond.C. 307 I IMetealf I ..Cr.ler rouct 11..r.. Bl.r. .AUTO W* gusrsnte PAINTING complete and Body satisfaction Work R. 8. Evans. 550 I. O.", Avt. PACAU3i. condition.4-door sedsn.IOU small W. I late 1 1CelenlBl model pickup trucks. 1(41 Mercury 4 Dear 8e for emm110n.
May IS 1947 Bids. Phone 141 Convertible Coao
i i Mercury
Btenent rcsldnee. Box'r 88tar. r D.l 0.CAH H"lc Orlando Fletcher at reasonable prices. Central Plor- 2411.CAIC Between 6 and '
QROCERT AND HOME-Net Income LOANS MADE quickly. (10 to .. 1030 N. Orange. ida's only baked enamel .ut pains 1941 convertible 1.1. 1540 Mercury Convertible Coup

LISTINGS WANTED-Home., crave over (106 per week. Comfortable liv- I OB your car or t1tr. 35 of .. Al Llvely'i Auto Body CJI I PLYOU- 1939 4-door'sedao BEFORE YOU BUY 1(39 Mercury Coach
rentals. Let us hell you tell your i i Aetna Finance Co. 311 8. VA bt.eel 25 and yrs. age Shop. 3000 N. Orange 8000 perfect :: 'OIItD mllesse This it an exceptionallyclean
ropcrty. Hall Bra*. A.ac. 112 N. Only. luar."0 Delrhblho. opposite City Kail. 00. "pr..ent.Un of small 1.n I i extra clean. Your i ear. OUn't Used Csrs. 142 N.O.rind SEE OUR CARS AND 194 Nash 4 Door Sedan

dial 5U9.USTDJOS I ,1... Lui Ocl'R.ltr. company. .er. Nice .l.r BODY A PEE rpalr. and Packard 342 Orant; dial ; 2-4147.. 1942 Nash 4 Door Sedan
Oun. .
.1D 2-HIt MJ from (10 to (300 and ear to excellent I D.ler. I. TRUCKS!
LAS .It
i .10.aae .t.r I.ea
WATeDt waltinT.E. ; I fast service. P.m .h.nc. for I Satisfaction guaranteed. I). 3147_ : PY"OQTH-llt Special Deluxe 4 1941 Hash Sedan (3)
P. 11.tD X. Pin Finance pr..c Inc. 32 W. CCDt.1 Phone & far .d..lclen\ 234 W. Central Phon* 3-2153. 1936 master deluxe. dor Id.D. paint exceptloo.l
BrY. 12 I.tnl. A. CHEVRL !93( Nash Convertible Coup
,.. clean. Cumbl COMPARE OUR PRICES!
ly
5 A-l condition. Radio.Original
Iho" "5.PRPETI GROCERY-A money'making loeatioa. Av* 115. MEN with smell BRAKE REPAIRS ,-. We supply all 1.1. .11 C.n 16 J.Or.n. 1(37 Nsh 8dta
,e want t* *.ll.buy New equipment and plenty of CASH Pnrnltnre- to WAN dairy trcb your auto needs; also tire*, gas 133 J. Concord Ave. .A. 2-452.

01 Ira. rltht with Hasting It 00 lease and stock. Donut QUC LAS. '-hoar.., Apply Mr.. ehl.t Formosa St.. .ad oil.! Dlil 8.1. Service. W. 1941 Special DeLuxe STATION WAGON-1942. In good Satisfaction Allured 1(47 Oldimobll Club Sedan

Realtor. 1. E. Central. (Arcade). Sale prlc of li2.o Include t ice. Family Loan .. Ml Pord. Winter Pak.1DL LDI.. 13 South .t Boon St._" CEVRL 2-dor. reconditioned.Profit eOldltoa Fries 17. C..b.r at 1(42 OldsmobIle Sedan
4237. I everything and will Bank Bldg., B. W. i I Prophltt Used Car. I. K. Rt. 3. Box t
I C.U. .aD.I.j AGED couple at teI CAR WASHING and polishing by appolntmrnt. .It 1 1(41 Oldsmobile Station Wagea
take (6000 cash terms on balance.Oeorte Phone 2-161. I .Dt I W. Ave. 390. it east of Orb Vista, phone

LG WANTED- Home. Palntar with Asher Peter, I 4 OUT Of t woo ask for a loan here St..tnd. Urn tIle work.but .tll0D. Wal_ service can B For At prompt Service and Station expert in Orlando. '08' StarlingAlexanderMotors 1(41 Oldsmobll 4 Door Sedan (2)
IA I CHVeLRB' .
Realtor. I Central07: *. 24 STUDEBAKER 1940 Commander 4 1(41 OldsmobIle 2 Door Beds
rr.. farI It. Tea may -get on*. Per.J Finance C04 corner Boon and Jackson. Roal 7-passenger .
.. our for correct I I I ORRY-UR-lclucn new 8. Orang Rom Phone 3-314. On BUER end IMtaDatl1 and I sedan. Extra clean. Only 36.000 miles. door sedan. Very orrl.mChaal { 1(40 OldsmobIle 4 .Door Sedan
handling Of telling detail :eur mon.sass Robert I.n. "ui' completely CNVITL TPHe.d 1nnn. (1025 1514 HUlcrest: 3-1137. cally perfect. You .
loans Increase our nowen crated.vegetable display.ald I. lerl-. J. Wole. .. lDI.1. .me. any type oilburning Dr 1.lei. e.We' Prr. 1940 appreciate R S. Evans. e W. Central lot N Orange Av*. Phon Itlt 1(40 Oldsmebtle 2 Door Sedan
1 CHEVROLET
.ullleD& Salary commission Trim Shop. (41 Lexington. 2-or. Eeel 4321, .. for Bsrtlett 1 OldsmobUo Sedan (2)
McNutt-Beatley, W.W..haIW& tllcer coffee grinder scales reach-in (3. Mortrage Loans expenses approximately C.I M13. lent condition. Can be seen Po Av* Phone 1535

I' : rerrlur.tr. cash register large .tk. (6000 a year. Apply In own handwriting 'I fit with Prophltt Used Cars 500 KM OldsmobIle 4 Door Sedan
Shellubrication
Is
lighting:Ior.td leas: new High das t* P. O. Bl 14(3 for Inter LUB1C.TH tbororb scientific lubricationEvery Central Ave. 8EAKJlJ Cmmander..5.- I; I< )$41 Packard Clipper Sedan
TO BUT-10 20 amos of F.H.A.-Long-Urm. Govern view. AU applications : le. tr
WANT 10..t. Orl.ado P. nook aDd cranny" of 1941 2-or 11(42 Packard Clipper Sedan
clientele bargain at MOO. C. B. your CEROL aa
bearing .... Give full for (595. R. S. 550 N. Orsng
K. .
I lD' Jim Cumbi .
fklu. Devi Realtors; 104 E. meDtiure. .orr. car or truck I Uucbrd. Smooth running Rlh. C.n TRUCKS 11(42 Packard Sedan
H. P. JeU.na a b.ldla. rtl.nctDI. Callor Ave. 2-4521. Phone 2.0501.TERRAf'LANEl533.
I ltn. Blad l(4(. _. W class man, m.h.nlcl assured you. 1 !
ae.lol. Blda. <72 O,I ___ see Jo O R.ltr. W. PLUMBE Alt PlumbingCo. Safe response prelongi Essex; for sale I 11(41 Packtrd 4 Door Sedsn 71j
1(36 paint
MARKET Near St. Phone Eerc had-tre CHRYSLER SIX ; Dew
nt. 3.0511WANTEDVery OREY-UT Wahl.a 111. .. 216 W place! parts and makes trade. Runs perfect; new tlrrt.sett .
business, nioderu.eulprneat. P.n' Winter Oar- dn.ll and brakes. Motor good Tires *x- or 1041 FORDi32' j m Packard Touring Sedan
smell rtatonablr I den. PI*. safe end a pleisur 1. covers good paint. 195. 1345
cellent. 2QQ3 Conway Road
conveniences I Price 4400. terms. C. C. T butld. purchase, Store. 8utb Park. i 193 Packard Coup
priced bom. modern HOME LOANS- em 691 N. Orange. Let Rd. WI.te
Rear .UID Send h 1&II.r.10' O.relt. Brobr.14. I rfn.le. and rp.i. Prompt service. PUMJREDrla. .only.I -R- J'1IO. dta DE SOTO -- 1938: lo mechanical, : I Wheel Base-(MM Tire I isis Ptektrd Sedan

c.Alma.,Detroit. *U.5. t K. Ca 1. 11 ORILL-BEER-WINE place. fixture and nice supplies.clean service. ,. .Ct.. IncludIng plans.speclfliStlons plan. Winter Garden Office. phone (:. rest- RDATOR. REPAIRING AU make Make condition offer; 823 new N. Mill I.dlo._heater I i I I 76. Tratlers-Trncka for Sale Cab' Over Engine-Sleeper Cab 1937 Packard Touring Sedan

G Also llvincusrtere. house Winter dent phone 3O9. ca. Cmllet. new stock all cop nice looking : I Eaton !.!JH Rear Axle 1(33 Packard 4 Door Sedan
BUYERS See Doing llael. and moel per for DODGE-1935 CUP. A DODGE-1942 carrier dual i
lER Metealf Bid.- Cab.lh -, Ie. Address own- Park Federal 8.la. L.1 SALESMAN 'o.h'life i"u.aC Call C. T. cor. rpl'cement. good running only 395. R. wheels; new. .UI., condition. I I7TO I' 11942 Plymouth 4 Door Sedan HI

'.1'R.atl) tine tine* '3PO Po IIU en Bee 256 B-8lr. Assn. 224 Park Ave Winter Pak Bldg.debit In el "e&l W. Central W.ltl&B.dl.t_. 8h.p. 11 S Cvant 101 W. Central Ave PhOI.nil. : Citrus Ave.tr._ _o_ | I ONLY 1495 ; 1942 Plymouth Sport Sedan

helpful tervle GENETRSAT SHOP A HOME WARS-We want to he D 2 NEW 700x20 truck tires and'tubes. pickup.An 1(41 Plymouth Convertible Coupe
UTv. opportunity. buy a home or build a new : sedsn. Cus DDEIMIa Truck
and on an type of f sib ply. (75. 3 Ford (A 00.14 4-or Even Deluxe Coach
lathr 86. Sales Help Wanted 1(41 Plymouth
Rest Kay Anderson. Pleas call 2-4103. I We will give ,0 prompt service. Office iSrj* and wheel.. vry good (> moe. : good motor. and Barslw L Garland and Asaella 1939 FORD
cU 1317 hours 9 during week; 9 to B. rubber. Special at R. .. 1(44 Plymouth Sedan
226 .
Buckets
21023.
Ph. .. j
Broker .. .ut.
2-4 Oa. AGENTS Sell beautiful 88t.r.
OAo&n. ,
43 O."r Truck
Saturdays. First Savings Hydraulic Dump
at Blossom 12 Ped..1 a.t 400 I. Orange C771 1(19 Plymouth Sedan (3)
for home A. Or.n. Wrist Watches. complete
( .JTOMERS and income WAITING properties. List your Trail can be '01'i25. which I E and. L. .al.t. of Orl.do. 1 I, pansion lrul.t for (18.0.Send for 73-1. Auto Parts-Accessories i DODGE 194 2-door sedan. Radio j I DDS1M3. f.-t. paDo. 19. I Good Condition 1(3 Plymouth Sedan

today! ._ M W. Include 2l opacity Cr compressor ft P. j. ..mli. (8 COD. I I low mileage. Jim CumMe Can. 9O4 (550 Chevrolet 1942 1%-& 11. i iM Plymouth Sedan (2>

""In..Lk.O'-U'.t.t wlU S H.P. metal Take orders ,. Money- AUTO RADIOS Motorola N. Oran.Ave. 2-4521._ I I K. Belmany. R. 3. 390 ONLY 9598 1(37
List tool tool*. automobilepaInting LOANS OB aU type ef proPrr lnlf back tel.tl. stock. B. P. Goodrich. .omtlrt DODGE 1941 4-door sedan Luxury mil east of Orl .. phone 1067. 1927 Plymouth Touring Coach
Rem.a llr Oal.nd
POR o n1TJ proDr RU11-. Ktttredtt. sender. .uIDen' with. equipment.I'sood electric. 'f; ate or service.short :: low G. Fredrick. 4O8 W.1 Mth 8t, I. Rbln.o Ave Ue. Excellent condition trrb 00&111 pick up. Sell or trad I I| 1934 Plymouth Coup

1 E. Ce.tr Av. .b.ID Carblt. office desk chair N. Oral .:. (1((. BOYS Wanted. Over (2 ..b BATERI for your auto All sties ... 24821.D000E1940 CumbU. Care. 904 I. o.al.A. .oel ear. Prank Reed 1(42 Pontlt 2 Door 8 Phone plate front B. p. GOodrich Trailer N. 0. Bloo- '
2.311. and business. Owner h. ohe inter name 01 Garland S.l. 21 1(41 Footle 4 Door Sedan ((41
I above Box 261 and Robinson Ave Beautiful torn j jGMC CHEVROLET
Interested HOLLER
DEI1N1TE for furnished ests. 6o.d.a
PRE I MORTGAGE FOR SALE-(13.000.6* 1.r.WXRCm 1(40 PontiaC 2 Door Sedan ((2)
,. address. BUMPER aqua heater. 4x6. excellent eonditlon .
house Colic Real JACKSaujie$7ji: -2V4/4 ton.
II Dayton Beach tint mortgage
Park or Dbrr.d Cloll.1t.a II ..s H JEWELRY STORE-In nearby town.Clean discount due November 1948. I I. neat Etat 8 Seal Bel Fog l.mp (4.95. Floor ro Urea. Looks and drives like / Good rubber. Will considertrade 115 W. Central Are. 11919 Pontiac Convertible

P. Bla. 17 N. Or.an stock no competition; 1. 10.000 on tarn*. :I detail and "r.reDu* first leUel.CODfleaU.1 mats Fords Cenolet. Fin- Only (1095 R. 8. Evans. 101 for eoi 1331 W. Central I' I 1(39 Pontiac Coach

t1'5 Bldr -: rot Sickness tories owner t.. wl 8-la.brow I & 60(7. Daytona stone Orange and C _. W. C.nt.1 "*. Phone 198. Ave. phone or 2-0858. I 1(31 Pontlae Tudor Sedan

1 80OO. C. B. Davis. FRONT END DODGE-1942 4 door sedsn. 1940 m-ton stake A-l i I.
fo Re.ltr 1. REPAIR -Pi O. M. C. Vdt9
tr REAL ESTATE LOANS-Get a smart 1(47 Stud btk>r Champion
PAT
BUYERS WAITING for wcU-locmted. | 10 E. Jefferson. 2-1619' loan on your bouse when MAN WANTED-Good nearby Ra w- available for almost D driv, new p.iD&Jim Cumbi shape, Congletoa with R. B Svaas I : I

ineom propertiea dvplesta apartwienta. -* LAKE FRONT Restaurant fD Florida Credit. 21 W. Pine. De.d leigh business now open in Brevard auto. C. A. Prangs Sons, 1010 W. 904 N. Or.nl 2-4521._ Bargain Let eov. Garland and As**;-; 1(41 Studebaker 4 Door Sedan

2-. )and 4-bedroom home I "1Ipp.Adaptable to guest h wsy east of Grand Theater.li County. If wilIng to conduct Home Chutrh._ Phone 8(11. FORDS 1941. 1M. .daDc'for M*. 21021HOUSE QUALITY CARS 1(41 8iudebker 2 Door Sedan

Dae ma service. Jo Q. Myers.Rrahor. T .01'.. Lane lot. 1tU.el Service business whit ..rD. .0 USED: TIRZS-650xl6 *7. Used tubes .ale.1 AH are TRAILER-18 ft.. | 1(41 Studebaker Champion Sedan

39 W. Wa.blana &I flesh .. 544 or 2O074.PACKAGE REAL ESTATE LOANS Low cost! living write Immediately. (3 SO. 44 N. Rothey. condition. See....at City Cab Co24] Wagon: 81095: .. box '44 PACKARD CUPPER 11940" Studebaker Commander Pedal 5
tSSl .
: : STORK-In mood locationand To buy. build or hem I II Dept. PAE-180-45. Memphis. Tenn. I Oran** 4x8 It. Good tire*. ,10. CY.edl Puny equipped sad almost sew Sedan
2 Door
doing nice business. Books and and p letDanc. Trust MAN handle sales of larte I, 7C. Auto-TrDer'Wan d.U"OBJ I FRD-U4 Club coup New paint Lanttsn. El Punt Lh 1(40 Studebaker
WE BATE BUYERS wantinc will _. 1 : t .1.1 Jim 441 Orlando. '4J 62 CADILLAC SEDAN Studebaker 4 Door Sedan CD
trove Income t.1 returns Pint National Bank ty l&m throughout the ecllD' meh.lk.l, C way _ 1(40
business prpn. and home*. For Land bulldtnt fixtures. lease at at 1 : : floor Must educated; capable sales Ca.l I. o.ar. Av*. HOUSE TRAILER-12 ft(300.. farmined. i Hrartmsttc. radio and heater tom 1 1(39 Studebaker 4 Door Sedan O)
WANLt
Immllat .. Ul with P. .Alll- Si 1.500 plus inventory. See Mr. PoW I representative. Some capital neces- moe 1-52._ 1803 South Bumby. blue. Almost sew. KM Terraolan Sodas

R..ltr. som Harold 8b.ph.r Realty Co. 2 (1.000 WANTED on' first nurtcac I sary. Excellent .ppnuaU,. 'C.l Ed Cash. Phone 2I n. Dr.at P.I. FORD 1(36 convertible coupe. Excellent HOUSE 'TRAILER -Forced Ble. A-l I' 52 CADILLAC CLUB ilOUPSNydramatin. ,, 1(14 Terrtpltn Sedan
tJOiifLi.Tyour property'UIse.. E Msvo. 9752.SALESMANNationally. M WIlt,. Amerlcar Sedan
Wuhl"ttM fl. CHEVROLET condition- -(593. Ham 1(42
on newly constructed three room WANTED-1937 to New _I.' a4. radio and heater.
unless yon want to .u Henry Box 721 S-tr. known Wear- Or Ford or Plymouth Will 14. w.4.orh 615 N, Orange. .Ave.. cdtto. Ph. 5328.HOUSE r. I Practice I' 1(40 Plymouth Deluxe 2 Door GcCtB

Bnnrh.Brsa.r. 1 .. -tmx). J. Ever untenslls organisation has opening rash or trade for older ear and phoe _. new. 1941 Ford Club Coup

WANT POR CASH'' BUYER-.Bunca- PAINT AND GLASS STORE-Dowm- INTEREST RATES AS LOW A3 4t I! due t increased production. Mea Silvers 8 W. Colonial. .a. PRl.4 A-l condition. Se* at dem wheels.TRAILER-Alma. 2't, ta I '42 CADILLAC (1 SEDAN 1940 Dodge Sedan Sedan
Klt Chrysler 4 Door
P.a built; modern hardwood town Orltndo. W1 Inventory for :' properties In ', needed fo Daytona. Leesburg. Winter CADILLACS or other Price Av*. Privately Double radio heater 1940
on Improved Orlandoand *- secondary W"CICd beds. 2d. Bieh' Hydramatte: ; I 1(47 BuIck Convertible Coup
See Mark .
tn: bl. 0 larto .Ut. Price of Realtor. 143 N.SIaln and Winter Park. No broke.. .. Melbourne and Lt.I.D. to condition Wk.1 10t ... _ _ finish. Like le.. Inside ot 1 Like Hew. 1(42 Belch 4 Door Sedan
master residential with Louis Those who must .
lr. l Broker 41 ; Cula. Scales Investment Company, 25 of being own 11.1, and desire above '0 N. "Ii. corner Op. FORD 1937. Model "85". 2-o 12. Orange Blossom Trsiter I 1(41 Chryslw Sedan

t .u.AY.UDdb.2.811. ; 2.1M.RiT.U Wubll.tO & Pbone (513. average earning lutr For appointmentBox sedan. Rsdlo. Tire good. Please HOUSE TTn.l. 23 I '41 PACKARD CLIPPER 1947 Chevrolet Sedan
Bnd.y.PK phone 2-O603 ?. Club count Sedan
282. really know how to 1(4 Chevrolet Town
8-Ptar.
R
PROM _ Eledl
OWHJ. or more II dollar for your ear .. Sunday 164 H er 10..1. Chairs. 2 ft. new Radio beater, ever-drtvt 1(40 DeSoto Sedan
Ih i
14500 bus. Lr lo. for &r S. Or 6<. Help Wanted-Female SALESMAN la surrounding tantrl or equity C.h'la f.* minute Why PD111 ..all..Do. Wel.t' 3000 lb. Cpt.P. 1(47 Mercury Town Sedan
S80O equipment for "
line roof
do.a 5. SEDAN
11' Ola C.UD' p.t\ gtvem t us a chance, A. I. D cci PACKARD 1(4 Mercury Club Coop
_nth), C.I. B. 254 8-tl. __ ASSISTANT short order. exclusive mbt. Sent pl.1 .Uo. 201 N. Orange Blossom Trail; FORD 1941 super deluxe dub 10... O.rel. PI*., A very nice sow ntlease car, 1(4O Packard Club Coup
'
WANTED'-3-bedrooa home with 3 i I RFZTAURANT-ComPlete .It Bvlnc 1 Whit. CK required. ApplyIn you t* Drawing account HOUSE 't3 cot; original green 1.1 at: low lS4-m" Economical t* Own. IsiS Plymouth Sedtn
B..lt Not
On lake. I abov bedrooms to producers. United Buld.n T .el new pb"r. W.t.cd .1a i I Sedan
nor quarter Inn 3974 Permanent > 1(47 Pontiae
.e
l.tb 0. Re".url" (1500 1 .
W.Shuman. .
I Well pnO. Co. 60O7 Cie.eland. rub H. (11(3. R. 40O N. Ora. BCS2 TI f. SEDANETTERadio
completely CADILLAC 11(4 Sedan COUPS
G.ID IDr.Broke. I. 1 frDte. 1(II. Blowem Rub. Sanford 4771. ba. aak. J.ht. (215 :I 42 (t Psoilae
Orent 9 of B1 15. & bydramittv i Trailers
AY. 41.1 catecon one 0111.-Neal. To work (2 OREETTNa CA VALUE J cash. See Mr. C MeowTrailer beater 1447 Klt-Kamper
mon TLFHI property streets. Owner will sell business com tar at .Ulcl.l&. Bar. Mast assorted .. FORD-.1940 Deluxe 2 door o.a Psrk: Phone.(TQ6. t' i 1(41 Cabin Car Trailer
plete with furniture equipment and B.U. Ceatr b WE CARS to rent. You don't with radio SEDAN Trailers
Equipped Farm
with Tom 1407 able t* -Bend for this real moneymaker NE 42 NASH I 1(47 Cansohell
Bkr. ; let us show you .r .d.k. to any further when you good mechanically. Take it home HOUSE TIII' Shut. (-. Like Mew Baatim Trailers
East Washintum Street. r.I = ... IK ." Money back i lot .atlta. t .c Ool Aasoassador 1(47
and ask for Da Z-31J I : make us an effer. : I Great opportunity stop to tell. Wt win bl year (895. R. 8. Ivan 101 W. Central endIU... 'S. 12 Ib. 'I 1(47 (Ortnlt Trtflrrt
Tom I 8.0. Realty Co* 1 K GIRL pnlu. Pl newt and club needing fund 434 No. car. today and pay the price.Jacksonville Ave Sites. 1,266.I road. JB '41 BUICK SPECIAL SEDAN 1(47 Chevrolet Itt Cab Cht -U

59. Out-of-State Property I .* _. 2.U.RT.UD *" c.a.tM. Apl Our Court I pay at.. Baltimore. Gnon. land. V-D..I,142 N. GAT- FORD 1941 deluxe '.dol ss- HOUSE TRn. and small Pxdio. heater, a very nice 17 Chevrolet 1% Ton Stake
Phone 'U
FOUNTAIN H0I._ I SELL DRESSES lingerie hosiery. 2-34. dan. I beautiful light one Ala 2.. cits* cr. 1(4*. ttgdrbaker Pickup

"SMALL ESTATE-Near Henderson- .o IID..EeU. t&re. HOUIEE. board and High commission. blue. actual mil..I'only' (1730. New Trotwood led? OMC Plckwn
Ralo beaer Blossom
rill*. North Three bed I, G I. f..bl rl& moet .la" ", (13 Ander- PUl au.nlW.. 114."JT.RJIT BADLY I NEED of 1946 and 1947 8piaL IU9. R. S. Wlar.n 3330 8. Ortng '41 (1 CADILLAC SEDAN 1947 F0'd P1ku Truck
P.Otl. Bl 3.
Cro. and older _ radio and heater,
brick _.t.t. T.1 Rrdrtmatle.
rl, COIDI.1 ham.overlook- Pe, .. .Ot. 4J08SAli .It demonstrate ha* aanobl 615 N. t.H.rl, 4 I. O.n. 471. INTERNATIONAL Usn psneltrack. A realy nice car. MS.KY. MANY MORE
LADY to
blchwty.with Good
.hym.HeDderIDYI.10unt .ld. .*, only 5 >MILL_ omplet* -Prick mill with In retail .re.tr.fo.u Plchac., LIon for equipment phone un.'ONTP'. FORD rubber-1936 2-or fair "d.a. Striplings A-I. (695 or trade '0 what Mot ears above have (3 the

male from Henderaonvllla. bat .N edger, butting taw aD pl.ne. 10 bad d.rw.I Salesmen bt u.I.1. Merchandiser CASH PAID 'o good aD Shop 665 I. O. 'I have coo Box 226 Bt.r '41 PACKARD CLIPPER extras ridios rte terf, special

lutely quiet and .l..t. Uvinc I, HP. International unit. applicant t wOl I *. Traveling Salesmen c. Ud C.I. Jim Av*. : LUGGAGE TRAILER Ie. 2wbeeL 4-Door Sedan trMsmlsslons! tceHent tires ene

t J feet lone .ld wide wit condition. .. SOO.OOO ...todu I nr much 1 wok P .I have experience ,la sale of .bl I.rer I, 1 Orange Av*. Phone ,_ t Very cheap. Bee .11 B.New Radio. Heater Overdrive
sell mill by t ..
open fi'lla. .UUm.U I i (1.. .1 'ibr awe r .uaurl.P.O. and RetaU Store :;, SPOT CASH PAID for your used car. I K.mphr. A.
'
beat, fr or separately. Box 2449. Orlando. .aD' l 40 DODGE CONVHT. COUPE OPEN SUNDAYS
.IID4 B J a"t h. See J. C. McKeMar. "Your K*. 1
lnDr. QI. FORD 1937 sedsn. New Paint. Hogkilila' A
and e Puka I PICRetr
modern kitchen with Davenport. Pla. esperienee MODE Extra Clean low tallest
pl.n. I sees tn floor sales work D.lr.34 N. Orange A. P good motor. Good rubber I 4 t body. AND EVENINGS
be and counter. t eD.t day NJ. Institutional w.rkip-J and pricing merchandise, and generaltore 'I 114. 345. J. R. Smith J E. Robinma (1M mfr E. 10 and priced right
basement room SERVICE STATION Busy Orange la dis-I o : I 13
and play area, water source Is mountain Blossom Trail Corner nearly new el. wrt 11. Bo a 111..rn_ A position.Ua our orisnlsstlon often DN'value LOSE VOlEY car.We w pay These can told with. a 30dyguarantee.

spring wil tlrl pressure ccr.t block bulldlnt. Land build- OPERATORS For chO- a* opportunity to advance a* 1u *ee .* 'Or. OUn't Used D". %-tofl 8 BIO LOCATION
pump, This WI bHltt. FORD-1935 Tudor. A very good ear. .; MODEL A FORD pll.
.Itl. .t.b.tr. business plus Inventory -1 I steno work good fast apply yourself to your .
Av Phone .
11.0 dr .70 I. On. 2"1" Excellent'mechanically 345. R. 8.Evan old IN
.n.t .lmaa. on of finest tome term Q. Predrlck, pay. Sat. or Bun. Must work- assures you of lifetime I Pen ao ..b aO. Wt pay Cash for Used Cart. ORLANDOFh
la county. There is $ .1. n ANY MAKE 1946 or '47 car. I > Truck and Bargain Lot Garland in style. 11.
IK N. Oraose dial' (1(8. 1 Dora security through O C-I.
be Mfg. w
Co.
K. S23
a two-car brick carat .n nice horse i I CDr'Ke.. I retirement Coml.Q I.te pay UP t a.for the right an Amelia. 2-1023. I R Smith. 3 W.
I I
1..a Plenty of spec Pn. ___ -__ _ tm ears W. OntralI Ph 2XW90Ph
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Colleen Moore's Doll House lected, he said,
Orlando Tax "This year's collections are the
Orlandoans yesterday were urged by Dr. Clyde Williams best the office ever has had"
Favor Lanier
{ president of the Orlando Lions Club, to visit the added.
h yet w' 4 M All taxes unpaid as Itf April
exhibition of Colleen Moore's $435,000 doll house and aid
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Receipts
the school of braille for blind
Lion-sponsored persons in six per cent penalty attaehedM
MoST this area. .. The penalty increases one pre/
.. *. The doll house exhibition at I 1946 tax collections cent for each month taxes remain -

Y 'n Flavor i,/ ......................., Britt's. 358 N Orange Ave. is a ;;rX: tt / amounted to 1832,464 as of May Although delinquent.the city is supposedto

I .. ,, t(fund raising project to help finance Y ___ 1. or 97 per cent of the anticipated sell property for taxes after It
i .: J ,, <..., the braille class and'other 5- 'Ai: I $866,000 levy. City ,Compt. has been delinquent for two yearsor

I yf'4G. .. ,I projects for the blind in Orange W. C. Lanier reported yesterday. more the general policy has
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As of the same date last year been not to sell the property inasmuch
: \ : County Dr. Williams pointed out.I only 1627.729 or 86 per cent of as the city has no tax sale

T FOREfllQST'SAlways ,, ,, "We consider assistance t* I the 1945 tax roll had been col law, Lanier! explained.

blind persons one of our most
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&t l Best for Yoys! : v : be saM. ,. U "YOUR TRAVEL AGENT"
: 1, J I 1I I The local Lions Club sponsors
t vending stands In the Court House
I Bus and Tickets
Air Steamship
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-1 1 I by blind men contributes to the Tours and Cruises_ all over the World
: 1t : rehabilitation center at Holly Hill Yr.I Syy S, i P Ar

Illt" Goodness ,, .. ,<( ,' and furnishes white canes to blind 'I k". ,r I 30 E. PINE ST. PHONE 5301
vor and ... I persons throughout Orange County -
: for f1 I a ICE C.R'EAM'r in addition to the braille course. ,
10k fOREMOk ( Sf ,, ,, The fabulous doll house of former i _-w;;>;'m.-...: r SWING movie star Colleen Moore win : REPRESENTATIVES OF THE CUBAN AIR FORCES'shown
be exhibited at Britt's from, noon I I TO ENJOY YOUR TRIP
k l OSZG I p I to 8 p. m. daily except Sunday : taking delivery at Cannon-Mills Airport of first in fleet of
.: She wears a Beltane : through May 10. Admission Is 50 Beechcraft Bonanzas purchased by Cuban Army Left to
Bat you'd never know It!
cents for adults and 20 cents for 1 right: Copt. V. Travaillot Maj. P. Alonso aide to
Spring U In the air, in Nature'sclow1nr commanding rill
colors-in Foremost' Mother's Hearing children. i officer' of Cuban AAF, Lt L Rojas and Carl Wootten, State Consult t au r Motor Club

;: pride and Joy the brand-new, I; manager of Beech Aircraft Corp, Wootten says large numberof i
taste thrill-Spring Festival Ice flowers and eaady and all the f ; Mead Garden planes are being purchased in Orlando by Cuban Government -
doe sentiments Mother's !
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Cream. It's a carnival of flavors, Yet mother Just love them*, But I and private business interests. I year way
what about the lonely and mlser- : I ; Protection
full of ripe cherries golden banana able days the spends every day it : Plants Many I Maps
bits, rosy-fresh strawberries, .. her hearing Is impaired variagated show of Spring color Three MidFloridiansGiven Tour Books Service

: orange, pineapple ,and',sun-kissed I Thousands are findt :: : New Azaleas : Along the trails are .masses of Reservations Saving
IBK new joy and ML..rgYq : fancy-leaf calladiums, each leafas Seminary
Degrees
I I Service Stations 700 Offices to ,
peach: morsels. Try It-today at t happiness ful .._ colorful as a painter's palette. 14,000 serve yon
!\, home or favorite' fountain! fMi t ler living tbrouiht : The Mead Botanical Garden I Three Central Florida students If you are not a member-JOIN NOW
your t. the amazing new The dozens large cocos plumosa
I had a busy week planting several were among the 21ft men who received -j Annual Dues only $15.00 first Tear-$12.00 renewal
palms recently to the
r hundred new azaleas a collection presented I _
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SpgNUittiNVAI of rare camellias and a score of
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1 other flowering shrubs and trees Theological Seminary, ORLANDO BRANCH
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HEARING AID This addition to the garden'scollection The garden was host last week commencement exercises Friday.
1 MOST '" f1JTOt- ,1 AMERICA'S PEERLESS HEARING ;: I was made possible by a to 25 Daytona Beach Garden I They were Allan D. Aldrich I North Florida. Motor Club
g fer yo,1 0 AID : gift from Dr George H. Opdyke Club members 30 high school girls Orlando. Samuel G. Lovell Jr., (ENTEAL'AICAOE ,. f 'CClfTRAt' "KpNE: 30$
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i aU you wear! Best br Test That t mentary school children. of Divinity degree.
wbY 7 loot ef 11 choose the BEL- Nienty-five Easter orchids
0 TONE. Come IB, or send. for free ,0 known as Cattleya Mossiae, are .
714 Franklin Street booklet. I now In full bloom having been I
delayed by earlier cold
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Orlando, Fla. I yesterday.
i i Bcltone Hearing Service : i., Also In bloom are the first of
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-IOur Own Staff Photo: Barnes the group above are Mr. and Mrs. George Clapham and Mr. j Liberty St. Hill-billy music was furnished by Norman Beasley Hugh Akerman, Otto Buttenhof, Jack Camp, Victor Hutchins,

SOROSIS MEMBERS AND THEIR HUSBANDS ENJOYED AN and Mrs. Oliver Jo Bailey. Mrs. Clapham is hospitality chairman and his Florida Cowboys. In receiving line were Mrs. E Harold Ralph Miller, Sam Murrell, E. D. Oestricher, E. G. Richardson,

I OLD-FASHIONED SQUARE DANCE lost Tuesday night in lieu i for Sorosis and Mrs. Bailey was chairman for the square Johnson, retiring president of Sorosis, and Mrs. Robert E. Pleus, L W. Groves, W. A. Hutchinson, E. L Reid, Gaynor Wigginsand I

of the regular Tuesday afternoon meeting. In the center of dance. Members of Junior Sorosis and their husbands also I incoming president. Members of the Hospitality Committee Dwight Mitchell.

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; Y ist; I Ir 1 Brinkman of Orlando are an- ceremony at the Trinity Lutheran

nouncing the engagement and approaching Church Friday ,night Miss Ruth

marriage of their : Adelyne Perry daughter of Mr.

P' .jtf daughter Emma Ann to Lt. [J.g.l and Mrs. Charles Calvert Perry of
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r Jjt i Enrin F. Hodge U. S. Navy, son of i ;; 336 Lakeview Ave. became the
Y. Mrs. :M. F. Hodge and the late Mr. m Es bride of Aurand D. Palmer, son of I
Hodge of Live Oak.
The wedding will be an event of Mr. and Mrs. H. G Palmer, of

( I Saturday. May 31, at the Knowles 2508 Amherst St. t
Memorial Chapel in Winter Park. I The Rev. Albert H. Besalskl '
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I Miss Brinkman,a popular mem- '
officiated in a setting of arrangements -
Awt li ber of the younger set attended 1-; _
ti: Orlando public schools, Florida of calla lilies tuberoses and

l State College for Women, and Rol- .F Y gladioli, with lighted candles in e:4)'+
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<, \ |lins. She graduated from Rollin3I standing candelabra casting a soft

tai 1: College with an A. B. Degree. She glow. A background of fern and
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a 1'Is a member Pi Beta Phi Fra-
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palms completed
I ternity and the Spinlsters CotUllon'Club
I I of Orlando. .r:. Anna Hrvcl played the
Lt. Hodge graduated from Live : traditional nuptial music preceding -
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bride, given In marriage by ar .firt'
''months of which were spent in :.> .,.. I
:" j I overseas duty in the Pacific The- ... >.t' her father, wore a gown of white k R br
!ater of Operations. At present he : k"t alencon lace fashioned along prin-
;' !' Its a flight instructor stationed at ; lines, but with high necklineand
the Pensacola Naval Air Station. ;: }> : f: : cess
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V.n 2.z.g.. I .;"::: ;:'.>. ::'.\. \ .I.t. .... French cap sleeves. The full
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MISS ROBERTA BOYD BRYANT 'I' Girl Wed InWaukegan ; ,<, t: : J\ I tom form of a the short skirt train., graduating Her gloves to MISS LAETITIA DICKINSON

becomes June bride-elect. _<,.,___;''> '..:.,,_'.:''. >.._.wn... _"_,"., .".....-.- ,.....-.v........,.. _.--__ -_-.r., .... _._'. __ were also of alencon lace and her to be bride May 24.

MISS ANN BRINKMAN fingertip veil of illusion fell from '* *

Capt. Ray A. Dunn Jr. Will Wed Of interest here is the marriage .--.- -betrothed to:--Naval.. .-Officer. .... t I a carried coronet a of prayer orange book blossoms.with She an Miss Laetitia Dickinson

.... ,.. .. .. ... orchid and streamers of lily of the :
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Miss Bryant' of Roseland Va.; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. MartinI .' valley.Mrs. Wade H. Beery Jr., sisterof Engaged to Ens. Atkinson

Winther of Waukegan. HI., to the bride and matron of honor
Of interest to many inn the''D. C. She, is a member of the I Richard R. Johnston Jr.. which wore a floor-length gown of yellow ANNAPOLIS'" '" Md.-The engage- daughter of the late Commodore
South and in the Northeast tjs the I Kappa Alpha Theta fraternity. taffeta which featured a tier
Medical
took place Saturday April 26. at Dwight Dickinson Corp
ment has been announced by Capt.
announcement being made here i Capt. Dunn graduated from the of small ruffles down the back USN. Ensign Atkinson was grad-
today by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee'''New York Military Academy attended St. Anastasia Church in Wauke-1' terminating in a small train. Her' Spencer E. Dickinson, Supply uated from Annapolis in June

Bryant of. Roseland. Va. of the I I,! Georgetown University and gan. | headdress was of matching veiling, Corps, USN [retired, and Mrs. 1945. He is a graduate of Orlando
engagement of their daughter. Roberta -i(i graduated from the United States I The bride wore a formal wed- and she carried a nosegay of purple -. Dickinson of their daughter, Lae- Senior High School ap* made his
Boyd. to Capt. Ray A. Dunn Military Academy in 1944. He I of white ; gladioli. Mr. and
ding gown lace and her i I titis Shelby to Ensign Edward home tn Orlando with
Jr., USA, son of Cot Ray A. Dunn, !i served with the 14th Air Force in The bridegroom's sister, Mrs.
"SA, and Mrs. Dunn of Orlando.i!I 1 China during the war, and is now I fingertip veil fell from a tiara of a : :S t Dennis MacNamara wash rides- Coith Atkinson. USN. of Orlando.inAnnapoli.s Mrs.The A.bride-elect T. Coith.has a wide circle
The wedding'will take place
i J""i _Miss Bryant graduated from 1:stationed with this army branch orange blossoms. Her bouquet was! I maid, and wore a gown identicalto May 24 in the chapel of of friend in Orlando, where she
Saint Mary's School and Junior''at the Orlando Army Air Base. of white gladioli centered with a : Mrs. Beery's with matching the United States Naval Academy. has visited on several occasions as
College In Raleigh N. C., and is'in 1 The wedding will take place in white orchid. headdress.She also carried a nosegay Miss Dickinson graduated from the houseguest of Mr. and Mrs.
her senior year at George Washington June, and complete plans will be of gladioli. '
I Maid of honor was the bride's.sister Wellesley College. She is A. ftrand- CoUh.
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,University in Washington announced later. whose z IR Oscar M. Williford Jr., acted as ---T-- -- -
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Gerroia u. Griffith of Orlando Dennis man MacNamara, Curtis Wicks I Jonquil :yellow dress of starched

Col.! Scott Mrs. Eogne I was Bridesmaids announced were in February.Mrs. Christopher r and Earl Reynolds. I'I I Miss Breen I chiffon and carried an arm

J. Houston Jr., Mrs. Jerold The bride's mother chose a lime bouquet of yellow carnations and

Winther and Miss Barbara Johnston I green dress and wore a corsage of Becomes Bride I purple iris. The bridesmaids, Miss
Guest SpeakerAt Rosalind Club i sister of the bridegroom.Paul .white carnations. The mother of : Patricia Breen and Miss Virginia
i K. Lundskow of Kenosha the bridegroom wore an aqua
I was best man. Ushering were Rus- 1 dress with a corsage of pink and Of Lt. Walters Breen wore gowns of pink and of
Sorosis I Chairman sell Poppert of Milwaukee, Ger- white carnations. blue, fashioned like that of the

rold r Griffith of Orlando and' x: Following the ceremony, thebride'i Miss Barbara Beth Breen. matron of honor with fitted
Col. Robert L. Scott, famous Mrs. A. R. Bogue is chairmanof
Lundskow t[ : parents entertained with Sot
Henry P. Jr. of Keno-i
I of and Mrs. Leo J. sweetheart necklines and
Flying Tiger who received nation- the hospitality committee for sha. I 'reception in the church dining daughter Mr. bodice

wide recognition from his novel, :the luncheon at the Rosalind Club I Following the ceremony a recep- room; where the bride's table Breen of Daytona Beach, formerlyof full skirts. They carried arm,

"God Is My Co-Pilot" will address I Thursday and for the bridge tea i tion was held at the home of the covered with a lace cloth was cantered -. Atlanta. Ga. and Lt. Raymond bouquets of pink carnations and .

members and guests of Sorosis:on Thursday; May 15. : bride's parents. with a three-tiered wedding Christian Walters, USA, son of blue delphinium.The f
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Tuesday at '3 pm. on the regular Others on the committee Include Upon returning this weekend cake, flanked by arrangement of Dr. and Mrs. J. K. Walters ofMoorsburg. bride's mother wore black f,
Drama Mrs. Howard Wheeler, vice from a wedding trip to New Or- '' carnations and fern. i
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Mrs. the I 1 Term., were, married chiffon with a corsage of purple
Col. Scott. who makes his home chairman and the Mmes. Ran leans. Mr. Johnston and his bride Assisting Perry were .
in Winter Park is also the authorof i dolph Robinson. Haldane J. Huck- will be at home in Maumee. Ohio. Mmes. Meta Daniels. L B. Zeller. I IJ Saturday at 8 pm. at a candlelight orchids. The mother of the bride

several other books. Run- :el, Martin Andersen Merle Mc- The bride is a graduate of Ferry J'Wade H. Beery and Dennis Mac- I ceremony at the Post Chapel groom wore silver gray crepe witha
way to the Sun" and "Damned to Elroy LeRoy B. Giles Thomas.Brodwa.ter. Hall School for Girls. Lake Forest Namara.The bride's book was kept Orlando Army Air Base. I corsage of pink orchids.Capt .
Glory. Lucius B. McLeod TJ1. and has her B"A. Degree from by Mrs. Beery.
Mrs. E.: J. Aleks. chairman of Fred Mathers. John Branscomb Rollins College, where she was an The couple left on a wedding : The altar was decorated with I i. William P. Wood was best
the day. will introduce the speaker. L. M. Robertson. George Sipple. art major. Mr. Johnston has his trip to Daytona Beach, the bride i iI palms and ferns, interspersed with man. Capt. Norman H. Palmer

Mrs. L. I,. Tucker and Mrs. H. I.and Miss Beauclaire Robinson. degree from the University: : traveling in a pale blue gabardine I I baskets of calla lilies and flankedby I: and Lt. Harry E. Hopkins were
C. Huegele will be In charge of I I Michigan School of Business Administration I suit with'white accessories, and an burning white tapers in seven- f i ushers.

est tickets and Mrs. Raymond Activities at Unity 'I I 1 Sigma Chi.Day .and his fraternity orchid corsage.OAAB. i branched candlabra. The solos I i Following the ceremony a reception
Reynolds and Mrs. James Pittman :
Church Announced J. J. Billiter. given at the Officer
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Boone: will be in charge of flower j The schedule of activities at the' : --' -- : The bride was given in marriageby Club. The bride's table was deco-
decorations. Unity Church. 503 S. Orange Ave. ;: NurseryAuxiliary 1 1I --Our[ Own Staff Photo: McCoIIuti her father. She wore a white I rated with white flowers burnin

Luncheon will be served at 12:30 !:this week will be as follows: I : MRS. STANLEY BECK AND CHILDREN Set Activities satin gown with fitted bodice white tapers, and was centered
pjn. to the advisory council with Toady, 9:45: ajn:Sunday School Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Beck and their family of three neckline with an with a three-tiered wedding cake.
i sweetheart saber belonging -
the following committee members -11 am. devotional service. The Tom and i 1 Orlando Army which was cut with a
children, eight-year-old seven-year-old Jim seven- Activities of the i Elizabeth collar embroidered with I to the bride's father.
as hostesses: the Mmes Norman I Rev. Carolyn H. Parsons will speak and of
Lewis. W. R. Boone. Marshal Mallory on the topic. "Cast'the Net on the I Reorganizes months-old Klaronn, are new residents of Orlando, coming I I Air the Officers'Base Women's Club, Club OAAB. this Ii seed' pearls. The skirt was fash-I The bride, who came from Atlanta -
Hughes Waller, and H. C. Right Side. here from Dayton, Ohio. Former residents of Dubuque, la., 1 ioned of starched chiffon with a two years ago; is at present
week follows:
will be
Huegele.Mr. i! Monday Ibm, class in "Les I Election of officers of the Junior I the Becks have taken a home at 1402 E. Robinson. Mr. Beckis i I as elasi for member sin I satin tunic-peplum that fell to a executive secretary to the chief
sons in Truth." 8 p.m, "The Principles .Auxiliary of the Orlando Day 1 1I resident chief engineer of the Sentinel-Star Radio Station ", officer Club a' pjn. In ) full court train. The full length Civil Service Examiner.
1 Lonntc. Officers' Club. witha Lt. Walters has been in the Air
and Mrs. Lewis K. Corder of 1 of Healing"Tuesday I I Nursery was held this week at the WHOP. WEDNESDAY-Feature lentth mOTie at 8!veil was of illusion, fashioned
302 E. Amelia Ave.. Orlando and J 10 am., class "The l nursery home. Twenty-four mem- 'I p.m. In Main Ixrante. Officers' Club. coronet of orange blossoms. The Forces the past six years, and par-
I THURSDAY-Women's Club BrKUe Club carried bouquet of white ticipated in the first bomber flight
Daytona Beach are the parentsof Twelve Powers of Man. bees were present. I meet at 1:30 pm. in MaID lounge I bride a
a daughter Bonnie Lee. born:I Wednesday. 8 pm.. class. "Mys- Officers elected at this reorganization treasurer Marnay Meredith.I!selor for the group. The auxiliary Officers Club. I carnations and sweetpeas centered over Germany.
April 17 at the Orange Memorial teries of John. I. I' FRIDAY-Mixed bridge for club members with orchids. Following a wedding trip to NewOrleans
meeting were: Mary publicity chairman. : includes a group of members of the and ruetu from ( IUD. to 10:30 pjn. will return
.Hospital. Mrs. Corder ts the for- There will be a daily prayer Virginia Wolfe, president; Sydney ,, Meetings will be held the third In Main Lounfe. Officers' Club. The brides attendants were her I the couple "
mer Virginia Lee Donnell of this !:service at 12 noon and 3 p.m., except Allen, vice-president: Mary Ann.'Wednesday of each month. .freshman and sophomore classes SATURDAY nada-from Formal f p dance.... t.en 1 a the ra.Zipla-with three sisters. Her matron of honor 'to Orlando, where Lt. iValtttsis
,city. on Saturday afternoon Gray, secretary; Sally Shearouse. 1 t I i Mrs. James W. Kmsht is coun-of Orlando Senior High SchooL I nude by Don JolcEm er'a orchestra. Mrs. William Henry Dodge, wore a stationed at present.

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Peg, 1A ffhr &tm !rntinrl t '!>{ Orlando, Florida, May 4, 19471! :: *dll "Jw a picnic Thursday'iWITH
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and Winter' Park, and a Phi Mu 1 J I 1 luncheon< Tuesday at the Winter\ :r home of Mrs. Bert Voohrees, 1220 Members may bring guests and /iii

Mother's Club will. be formed i Park Chamber of Commerre Bldg Illinois Ave.. Tuesday at 8 p.m. ere requested to meet at the i I.
& at 11 a.m. Mrs. Neill OBrien Delegates to the State conventionin Lake Eola Band Stand at 5:30: -
The committee In charge ,of arrangements will be hostess. }'t. Lauderdale in June will be p.m. where transportation will be > '
includes the Mmes. o n n selected and there will be nomination provided

Henry Thomas, Robert Johnson, Circle N.. I .f the V'om na* of new officers.o 000 i R
Leland Chubb Jr.. Lester RobinS eitv of Christian Service' of the o Co") Muriel. Circle: of the. Needlework. J.I. MILLER J
son and the Misses Mary'Adelaide Go:'!!' Memorial Methodist' Church Excelsior Circle! of the Needlework Guild will meet Thursday with r f
Farlss. Alberta Fariss. Louise will hold its monthly meeting at Guild will ,meet Tuesday at ; Mrs. Ralph Savage 1638 Crystal .
Weeden Pauline Renz and Edna the home 'of Mrs. Kaminer. 540 2:30 pm wIth Mrs. H. G. Rogers, Lake Drive, for an alt day meeting .
Harmon.. Calhoun Place, at 2 p.m. on Tuesday 209 E. Harvard Ave. with a covered dish luncheonat I I
JAN POTHERS 000ColonlaUo"n noon. ,
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MinisterialAMU. will hold its May meeting! tomorrow Members of the incoming and Guild .
will meet Tuesdayat
Orange County of Pocahontas, Group of the ,'. '
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.gill hold Its monthly meet-. at the clubhouse with a cov- outgoing board of the Orlando 8 pan in the Fraternal Bldg. Grand Ave. VtOman's Club will :
ered dish luncheon at noon Pilot Club will meet Tuesday at 6 meet
Inj and luncheon at the First o o o Thursday at 10:30: am. at
Presbyterian Church at 12:15 tot Business meeting is scheduled for p.m. at the o YMCA o dining o room. 'i I Mirpah: Chapter 190, OF1, will i the clubhouse Mrs! A, C. '
morrow" All members who pave : 10 ajn and a special party for Orlando Transit Auxiliary will meet Wednesday at 8 p.m. in the : Shiver will) be in charge ,
not made reservations are reQuested :2 p.m. will Luncheon will) be served.
Masonic Temple There j
hold its' May business meeting in r
to call the church office 000 I O O O NAVY : 4 t
the Colonlaltown! Woman's clubhouse be initiation of new members. : ,
at the earliest opportunity. Orange County will Classroom Tuesday at 8 p,m. Mrs. nCn Chapter S of PfcO: mill meet. ,1,. :
Teacher Awn. meet tomor- "
000 Bill Williamson and Mrs. L. C. Ladies Auxiliary of the Patriarch Thursday at 1 :15 p.m. with Mrs : Is Fashion .
There will. be a Bard and game row at 3:4.5: p.m at Memorial Bronson will be in charge Militant Canton No. 2 will W. W Watson 125 Lucerne Cir., x' News! ;
party tomorrow at 8 pm at the i Junior High School An Interesting o o o ; meet In the Fraternal Bldg at 8 for dessert Mrs Orville E. .; .
Dames of Malta Hall Prizes. program will precede the Tropical Weavers Guild will I p.m. Wednesday. Cheesman and Mrs W D. Shupe.! '.. : "l'
will be given and refreshments )I election of officers. meet with Mrs. Ward Sachs 810 000Sewinr delegates. will give, reports on the .. -;
served Mrs. Lottie Boyte and ono Wilkinson Ave.. at 2:30: p.m. Guild of Orlando Rcbckah State convention held recently.
Mrs. Albert Richards will act as Past Matron and Pad Patrons Lodge N". 12 will mef't'' 000 I '
hostesses.' Club .f Orlando Chapter X'o. 131, Wednesday.O O Oornn'l I Wednesday at 2 p.m. with Mrs. Needlecraft. Club will hold Its : '
o o o Order of Eastern Star will meet \\ .Auxiliary Local 1462 I Mary Tracy on ester Rd.Federation annual picnic Friday at 1 pm at NAVY :;:
Woman's. Socletr of Christian : tomorrow at 8 pjn. at the home National Federation of Post Office 000 I the home of Mrs. Phil Maurer on' .
Service of the First Methodist of Mrs. C. c. Stebbins 1042 High- Clerk, will meet at the of federal. fmplov-: Lake Conway
Church will hold a board meeting "!I land Ave. .- There will be Initiation .-- -- --- --- --- -- --- Is '
tomorrow at 10:30 .am. in : and installation of of- i Exciting. Color :',
Wesley I i fivers r
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Alumnae! Chapter will entertain School of Instruction will meet i.
with an after-dinner coffee Tuesday tomorrow at 8 pjn. at the Fraternal -. r .r. .
at 8 pm at the home, of I i Bldg. uJJ'J
Mrs. O E. Snow, 915 Lancaster''' 0&0 NAVY" ;
iDr. The event Js in honor of all ; Business" and Professional ; ,
I Phi Mu mother living in'Orlando i Women' Club will hold a sp cialbusinel.41 .
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I Angebilt Hotel. Election of officers I
will be featured. I i iI
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meeting tomorrow at 7 pm 1

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of the Goss Memorial. Methodist With Your Newest Prints' ,
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the First Baptist Church will hold ,-
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Closed: Wednesday: Afternoon at 11 ajn at the church .
I A covered dish luncheon will Calf. .
But Open All Day be served at 12:30: p'.m, followedby 21.95 -;
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take members of ,the Orlando Prince Matchabelli has created an u'., ,
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Tuesday for the regular meeting I C 1 :
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to be held at the clubhouse. The .. # A
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May meeting of Hadawuth
Plus tax Exclusive: jn Orlando \sith. us i.c4C'
will be held at :2 pm Tuesday at It )
the synagogue There will' be! .. .
i i iI election of officers, and Mrs. S. ,
Echelman will
give a book reviewof
Bartley Crum's new book. "Be-
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Asocial \ Perfume Bar Street Floor Shoe Salon Street Hoof
hour will follow with Mrs
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: Roted No. 1 of all ; I J Daughter of Union Veterans will i .
0 offee-makeri I II meet Tuesday at 6:30: p.m. for acovered
byConsumer's : : "
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clubhouse: at 9 a.m. All children ; .. _11-
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Philatheas- ;i: ered dish Cupper and an evening Orlando, Fldrido; May_ 1947., 1fyt *mftint. 0fntfnfl-fkt Page 19 f ...*:(tf .. ;sli. .4 y- .
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Hold MeetingI I i I they Dr.met John at Branscomb.the (church: minister I New Officers r Hillcrest 1 new ments officers during were the! year installed.before the \\ 1 / : :t..t, '-fi, \ '

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opened 4M Mrs. A. G. Wagner, office and ; l ''I
members of ,
Approximately SO Installed Ip-TA I .of! 41
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secretary; ... ....
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th. Philathea Class of talk: on his trip toUerusalem. vividly in-I ...... .-j ..r f
Church enjoyed a cov- ., describing the tavern under this : I stalled the new officers. "" 1 ,r :\,. .. ... ,.
old city. He also showed some At Kaley! Installed ;'were presented to the installing 1 I r
I I specimens oj material from Solo- I ;.officer and each new officer. 1 r-4 ,:'" '. L : ..: .
DONT FORGETMOTHER'S mon's The Kaley Ave. Parent Teachers Hillcrest P-TA held its final ] 'r" # '
Temy e. The sixth grade directed by I :, t t. 1
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This talk. was .followed by mis- ASAn. held Its installation of officers :meeting of the year Thursday with : Mrs. Helen Johnson presenteda qr- +C it O11f '
of the. Belgian
DAY sionary pictures, for 1947-48 this week at j
the I Mrs. C. N Prather, retiring president '
Congo Section in Africa shown by musical program. Mrs. W. B.
the Rev Lewis E. Myers, The school with Mrs. Ralph L. Miller, presiding. I I Heath and Mrs. W. R Morris presided ... ...-. ..;+.; \
MAY 11 'Philathea Class supports nine I I Orange County Council of P-TA, Mrs. George Sharp historian 'at the tea table during the f.Iti. fI 'If :'
missionaries and has also sent I conducting the ceremony. viewed the organization's. re-I I social: hour following the meet- r ... \.; .. J.I ..
Hydrangeas in Bloom donations to three churches in.the Those Installed were Mrs. D. R. ---'--- -- -- Inl[. 1\ ;.. etr.\: f
section of the Congo which were Mansolo.re-elected president; Mrs. I -
commended officers and commit- I : '
GardeniasBegonias ',revealed In the pictures. The Rev. C. H. Langston. first vice-presi I tee chairmen for their splendid \: ;..1T/ : "
Myers also presented many colorful dent; Miss Evelyn Long second 1 work during the past year and I I Clothes ,I : !
pictures'of the Bok Tower as vice-president: Mrs. C. Blakey, said that Kaley school had met W ; ffTGET ;
Also many others well as many scenes of Orlando, In I secretary: Mrs. E. E. Leggett. I all Blue Ribbon requirements for I for [
'lone of which was a picture of treasurer; and Mrs. James,Sewell, I the year. I : .
1623 Kuhl Ave. Mrs. Lillian C. Coolman class # historian. Each officer was pre- Mrs. Bruner. program chairman Sun and Fun I! .. ;
teacher.MotheYs. .. I II I ',sented a yellow rose by Mrs. Hey- presented a clarinet quartet con- : J .:
-I I II MISS RUTH REYNOLDS ward Bruner. program chairman.The sisting of Flora Kipp Charles I
meeting was opened with 1 Girls' Bathing Suits i HEP TO .GLAMOR !
i iI is engaged.Mr. Kennedy. Rufus Branscomb, and I ,
I the singing of a choral led
prayer Walter Dippy from Cherokee Junior Sizes 1-4 ; \.
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by, Mrs Alice Lindsay Accom- ', High School. I I' T EARN to make ,your own mad:
panied by Mrs. E. H. Rogers at The meeting was cloned with the : Trunks J-
Bathing
Boys' ,
> plaids :at our Teenage Saving
Stantou the piano. C. B. Calloway gave the singing of Auld Lang Syne and a
Day I I devotional Health "Education for Better social hour followed with Mrs. I Siie. 2-8 : Classes You'make a;_:dream ;4 ti/eke a
Robert Brokaw. hospitality chair- I
I Will Marry I Mrs. L. M. Kilmore, finance man, in charge. I Playsuits, Sunsuits while you learn. For.,.girh t'' from\10 '

I Next :I chairman, gave her annual' report i and Pinafores for to 17. Clas:. es'are usualhjijm'itedUb: [ .(
Sunday and announced that an 'ice cream .
Local Girl festival will be held May, 23 at the t Play i-Dress-Up members. c'' .
1 ,school. Movies will also be shown. Grtft ;i i'I :\X'hy not? get cpuj: };oir,
Announcement is being made by ; Mrs. Heyward Bruner announced An extensive; election of own friends together arraignday. i lJFlt -"

Countless items that t she 1 Mr and MM R. H. Reynolds\ of I Ithis I that the County Council Gift for Babiei end Before -' % :' '.,
of''I lof P-TA will hold a luncheon Friday : ynu.knca iti ou IIShe
city of the enzagement Birthday
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at 11:30 a.m. at the YMCA 'I 'iI :\ closet:fuh''oftdi'" t1i f :hat.'
would appreciate. f fA I their daughter Ruth, to James R. ;!and urged members to make reser- a \ '". t. .'::\ : i .

f I Stanton and Mrs.of J. M.this Stanton cit> son of Oibson.J of Mr. I 1 vations.A Summer' Roundup Clinic for Smart Clothes I The Series Of R..lr t S$ nj:,,: ,rs 8':Q4 r .

children entering school in the r. ... + i.eP". t
;N. C. : Judy-Jim Shop ,I' <<
f i'Fall was explained by Mrs. C. H. : for W. h'' I t
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.. :May 23 at the home of Mrs. H. M.I'will be held'Thursday at 9 a.m. at Children 16 W. PINE ST.. ; *% PHONE'7334.
"' Atkins with immediate family I the school.In : 19 i Tel. 2.1207 -( > ,
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If ; attending. the annual report given by Washington w. rinse W.".""f:r it II:V> P.III. ., _. -, .... -+.- .

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Revolution In China at Tooley-Myron St.udios'ht'rf' :f i-: : : 1

Mr. Stanton is a salesman .
for Perfection Dairy Co. here. ,I T'' '
Russel Wright Casual Dinnerware t
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Dunng the war he served as a serjgeant '}.
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: a '1115 East Colonial Drive t ... .Woodrow Barfield.' USA, are invited I \ ;I.. .,,1: f. t.
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S. Many real values are still being bought out ,at Church.The bride-elect Is the daughter WEDNEriiYttSi/:
of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew W. Mill- : CLOSE ALL DAY i %
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Plans I roe-Chow China, wffl address th t Page 20 Cfc Smites &tnttntl.&ttar Orlando, Florida, My! 4, 1947 Pine Castle Personals Can; trtaiurer. MM. C. H. Crtt-j Barbara Weicsasa trffl act aj 4
j. WCTU .1 meeting. I PINE CASTLE-The Well Baby I: tenden and assistant treasurer, ': hostesses.
I The offering will be sent to Mrs. Clinic will be held in Pine Castle l, MM. H. A. McailLI The Rev. Paul Fletcher superintendent 1

Tea ThursdayThe Frances Willard Liu. president of If Elementary school Wednesday at''I I I Data for the meeting In June will be present of the Orlando for the District evening,

1 I I the WCTU in China who is in t T I 2 p.m. has been changed to the second service !in the Methodist Church"I-

: Women's Christian Temperance I charge of all orphanage work: in Mr and Mrs. T. H. Keith of.. Wednesday June 11. Hereafter Sunday. May 11. after which he
',.. Union is sponsoring a tea on Western China. Mrs. Liu is the :, Pensacola. have returned home' meetings will be held Wednesdays will conduct the Fourth Quarterly:
Thursday In Wesley Hall of the .I widow of Dr. Herman Liu. former after a visit with her mother I[ instead of Thursday. t Conference.
6 II : t
First Methodist Church from 3 to president of Shanghai University. 'f' i Mrs. June Hansen. and sons. Mrs. I I f The building committee reported I Rehearsals are now underway
" II the hostesses Keith was the former June Han-'I for a play. Children of Galilee to
:L 5 p-m. Tea will be served by hj work on roof of the club I be
!, Mrs. John Gowdy. wife of'; all of whom will be dressed ;$WIt sen and her husband is a mem- house to be started soon. Any do-I presented by the Methodist
the U., S. Youth Fellowship May 18 In the
:' of
* ber Navy. nations for
Bishop John Dowdy, formerly of in Chinese costume, same will be gladly church. **
t Pine Castle Women's
Club has
accepted officers explained. ,
ii -- -
k : : elected the following officers for --
Official Board of the Methodist
; the coming year: Church .will meet in the church I ABC
President. Mrs. Ferris; first vice: for its regular monthly business
Select A Deeply Personal Message And GiftllTllER president Mrs. James Burden; I:1 I meeting Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. DIAPER SERVICE

r F : I' second vice president Mrs. Sam j Mrs. E. W. Roe will preside at I
I New Accounts and Future
I It. Goble; recording secretary, Mrs. 1 the monthly meeting of the WSCS
i O. H. Padgett; assistant recording In the Parish House Thursday at I Reservations Are Solicited
-, secretary. Mrs. Glen Bowstead; 2:30 p.m. Mrs. Anna Matchett. I I Trrf'phone1171
t. M corresponding secretary Mrs. Mc- Mrs. Mary Wigman and Mrs. I I II ORLANDO WINTFR PARKDusting




.. I f ,* y:: d Z. ?x
r.> ON HER DAY ;

f. l :;"f'; SUNDAY, _MAY 11th i 4' wi;Jr s ', )'n,. ; JLf 44l ,Y.1t ,

UE.y4 _.a!Y... x ...*t,,. ?{
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MISS RUTH MAE KING' MISS ARDELIA
f. JOSIE SKIPPER I
Our carefully selected
a. I plans June wedding. her betrothal told.
Mothers Day I 4---. --+ .A.
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Cards and Gifts in a i Miss King'sEngagement Mr. Burkett

wide variety will .r.

make your decisions Will Marry
I
RIGHT for the dearest Ii i
; Is Announced Miss SkipperMr.
.. person on earth.
I i Announcement is made today by ly TUSH JONES and Mrs. J. C. Skipper of
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur M. King of
| The Greeks don't have any- this city are announcing the engagement -
Conway of the engagement of
thing: onjis. I'm sure their Eccles- of their daughter.. Josie
) their daughter. Ruth Mae to Ed-
, ffui/i Povngicn I win V. Williams son of Mr. and ian Bath was never more gay than Ardelia to Warren L. Burkett Jr..
!' Mrs. George Williams of Ocala the FSC gymnasium last Satur- son of Mr. and Mrs. Warren L.
I, formerly of Orlando. Burkett of Winter Park.: 1
t C3 6W. I' day night. To the romantic melo- The wedding will take place I
35 E.Pine SI. ,ORLANDO Phone Miss King graduated from Or-
r I Ir lando Senior High School with dies of Dean Hudson's orchestrathe Sunday June 1, at 4 p.m. at the

t the class of '45. and also from I members of 14 sororities Skipper home on title Lake Con- ,
F
I way. The Rev. W. R... Clark: will
Orlando Junior College. She is at and their dates glided gracefully i I

L present in attending DeLand.Mr. Stetson University -I across a dance floor !.; perform The bride-elect the ceremony.graduated from :Y'"a: i:: r,3: v'ik k'( _______________
I, Williams graduated from I surrounded by white crepe paper Orlando Senior High School with W1
i Ocala High School with the classof streamers and the lighted Greek i' the class of '46. and is now attending -I : : ; )
'42. He served for 3'/a years in! letters of both sorority and fraternity -I Orlando Junior College.Mr. .
9 the U. S.Army 1% years of which significance. Burkett graduated from Win-
, 8 were spent overseas. He is also attending 000 ter Park High School, and is alsoa I.t I. A. : s Crr jJW'
if I Stetson University.The To begin at the beginning of student at Orlando Junior Col-
wedding will be an event of this successful weekend we must!i lege.lfe1norialPT. I
June 29, and plans will be an- go back to Friday. A few of the I ;AGt ; \ cteb& I-e
nounced later.Program II groups spent the day decorating j II
A I
\
-
.- 55 Church St. their houses. Phi Mu chose a circus '
It
Set TodayAt ; theme while around at 661 : :
Jefferson was found the Chi. t
First MethodistThe 1 Omega Hacienda. The few dates i' Hplds Meeting \ t
.
Nylons that were fortunate enough to arrive : %
I :; ;
third in the series of The [
I early were immediately draft- On I l\t.1I
'
University of Life programs at' ed as workers. BAYLESS CONLEY Monday o
Church will be
First Methodist '
: held today at 5:30 p.m. in Wesley and MASON CLARSON were di- The May meeting of the Memo- I II.
r ", FOR MOTHER'S DAY Hall of First Methodist Church.H. reeled. by SIS M'COY into the rial Junior High School Parent
A. Tollefson. librarian at country where they chopped down |1 I Teachers Assn. will be held to-
I palmetto branches of aUj j at 8 at the school.
the |morrow pjn.
Rollins College will speak to
1'
things. That night the couples {
I The following new officers will
Young People-Senior High
Very Sheer NYLONS, Pr, ..._..__..__ $1.35 on the subject. How to Choose group a I I I went the other from one enjoying open house dancing.to I j I:be installed Mrs. Ralph L. Miller.
I 1
i Orange County Council ot P-TA
Good Book. The Youngr"Adults
Over at the Pi Phi house we saw

V& 45 Gauge Street Sheer _..._.____....__ $1.65 Richard will have Chace as who their will speaker lead a discussion Dr.- t i i., ANN PEGGY ALLEN GATEWOOD and VAN and HILL DAN and t I![!II president president;; Mrs.Mrs. Gordon Buell Duncan Gilford.
I I
t first vice-president Orville R.
;
on the subject Does
*
SIMPKINS. Enjoying the Trt Delt'gaiety
V 51 Gauge, Ultra Sheer___..._........__.. $1.95 Science Conflict with Religion? I: were SYLVIA MEISCH and|I Davis, second vice-president; Mrs.
William M. Lane, recording secre-
The program will begin with a MASON WHARTON. At the Alpha

*)Can't Run, Very Sheer _..........__.......$1.65 I supper at 5:30 in followed the church by a dining brief periodof room I Chi and CHARLES was BOBBIE KUHN STRICKLAND and at the I I,'I tary; Mrs. secretary Holloway; Clark Mrs. ,Clar-corresponding 'S C

worship, after which the groups ence Johnson, treasurer; Mrs. Otto I )
Chi 0 LEILA LANE and HUGH i I*I sO1
will separate for the forum and !. AKERMAN. Buttenhof+ historian. \
Leonard Stitch Memorial coach
ALSO discussion periods. 000
\ . will speak on Summer Recreation
r f Almost everyone went to Wa-
Activities, and Orville R. Davis
kulla Saturday until time for the
SILKS and RAYONS will discuss policies of
principal
various tea dances and supper par- I I E4p..a
HEAR EVEN IN ties. Some even became eques- the school.
v At New Low Prices That Another feature on the program
trians for an hour or so.' I
?t night was the big dance at which I will be talks by five Memorial I
NOISY PLACES students on Memorial Activities.
the presidents of all the groups
were presented while in the back- They are Nancy Jayne 7-1; Norma -
r t I II Jean Hughes 7-8; Eddie Ho-
Dean Hudson A
ground played
FEATURE New All-In-Ona Seneten taling. 7-3; Leon Gidewell. 7-2;
WE : I Pretty Girl Is Like a MelodY. At I
Huth< Nol -You Rclaxl Intermission almost everyone entertained -.I and Binky Bishop. 7-3.
Outsize Hose Sonoton to the with intermission parties.I Refreshments will be served in
b: 1 This n w t ,
000 ,the school lunchroom by the hospitality -
ONLY mll-in-on instrument
I Sunday afternoon the Panhel I committee with Mrs. Sid-
Extra Length Hose with Bl Focal Control. Great
f' comfort through a noiiy day! I Sing afforded a good time for all. ney Swope, Frank Gray and E. D.lOestricher .
e Nurses' White Nylons SMIt! I When the group began Dixie ( in charge.In .
all the Kappa Alpha's up from
Junior Miss Hose SONOTONE OF ORLANDO I Gainesville rose to strictest atten- early-day America, the cost I
'I of hauling ton of goods by
a
tion. The final results of the contest Y yai
. were as follows: the sweet wagon from New York to. Buffalo I
611 METCALF BLDG.
I
HOSIERY. '? ;.. song was won by Alpha Chi Omega > was: $100.
PHONE 2-2101 with honorable mention going to
.' SPECIALISTS I Delta Zeta; for the novelty song
G. F. COOPER-Consultant \ Phi Mu placed first with Chi I.
Omega getting honorable mention.
lUTTKRIKS FOR AIL AIDS Sunday night was the saddest of i
.
i all and Monday morning well t 'I11C ,
I it's best not to mention\that. > _
000 :
For some the beginning of the :<.1 x
c4L
week was most eventful. ALICE 11- b
4. '
( ''
,.... STEED and JOAN SCOTT at- \
\ : tended the operas Aida, Ma- /I\ I{
I / I 0
dame Butterfly and The Mar- .t a
riage of Figaro" in Atlanta accompanied :
by Alice's aunt. MRS. \ I Ys
FRED CORRY and her daughter.II ,
SARAH. They were gone until II

I L Vll Wednesday 000 night.' .' \ 4 I I

For our shining stars who have :
.
won recognition for their brilliancewe \ J
'
give many congratulations. \i4J h -
.1'- SIS M'COY. LEILA LANE and'I b
%:' \, JO ANN CLOUD were tapped for .
+ Alpha Lambda.. Delta. These girl q "
'
": :i-\-: i have maintained a 2.5 [B plus- f
.... .3:1-1 ;...;.;. I average for the first two quartersof .
their freshman year.non. .

A very exciting secret play rehearsal -' : 77zY\ ;
';'. has been going on recent
ly. It is being kept quiet so that I I'I
no one will discover the murderer .
\ \ r I until the night of its presentation.The --.c-" i if
play is being presented by the r 1
> male freshman class and thus has !
very few feminine characters. i
. However LEILA LANE is fortunateto ,
have been chosen as one of the .
\ r leading ladies. This four-star pro-
ffi duction is called The Ninth ,

Quest." 000, 11 Unger g fregra a fo r d e .tin g heerts .. \j

) MRS. BEN WHTTNER JR. ol in a co PPete Bat Ac ,lsory Sores !t
Sanford has been one of the Kappa g
i Delta's most recent visitors,
Mrs.Whitner is the province press l'
dent of the K D chapters In Florida -
Georgia Alabama .and South '

Carolina.n I
O O
\ Speaking of visitors MARTHA
HELEN KING recently descendedupon }
,".' us with much warmly wee r
L' comed news from the The City 4 ti t1Rer.+uu
.. Beautiful. Staying at Tally until
?M i| Friday. she will then embark foi ,
Gainesville's Spring Frolics wheR&he o

BISPLINGHOFF.will be the date of BITSY ToJef ei4 ISvnd fi.7s et[, it fv.50 d fris0 =" p I i

non Powder, $4.loYSachet $4.50 ,

Gifts of'distinction .. to please Her and at The Tally Delta has Delta issued Delta a Chapter bid to Mctt\\ jj j

JOYCE AMMERMAN. She will b! AN Prier Nw Jn H '

tell Her better than words ever con 1 I pledged. Joyce.on Monday. Congratulations. ,



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,- Orlando, Florida, May 4, 1947. illlr; Uttban &rntfttr&tarI{; Page 21 I Park Grand Ave. and Delaney of
Schools
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Orlando; Winter Park Ocoee Pine

:: Castle, Winter Garden Apopka.Tildenville. ,
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I PresentingMusic Fairvffla, Lockhart,
A ",
YA. Zellwood. Windermere, Gotha.
1" ''I' '$ a1M as FestivalOrange Union Park. Christmas. Taft and
Conway. Junior and Senior High
School choral groups who will appear
County Schools will observe -
: I are: Cherokee under the direction -
National Music Week with
: I of Miss Mildred Gibb;
the presentation of their tenth Memorial H. Law Mallard direc-
Annual Spring Music Festival on tor: Winter Park High. Miss Cor-
j Thursday at 8 pjn. in the City nelia Lancaster: Apopka Senior
.. Auditorium. High. Miss Opal Beville.
I Cherokee and Memorial Junior
The program will present students I High School bands will be featured -
from the fifth grade directed by Clarence Rumpf
through high school, including I with students from Apopka di-
rected by Miss Beville.I .
950 students, and will show the
Mrs. R. S. Hogue Orange County -
I-. growth of students In musical I musjc supervisor. Is In charge of
ability through the years. festival arrangements assisted in
t' I There will be a group of 150 I the elementary grades by Miss
fifth grade boys singing two-part I Marif Hershey. Mrs. T. Stanley
and Mrs. W. Roberson. All fifth
songs. The sixth grade mixed and sixth grade teachers assist In
chorus numbers 225 students, the the training of the students In the
largest number that has ever participated various schools.

./I .% u. ,. :. .. i,..:..i ix .' .:..,k'.L, tary schools., representing 23 elemen- nual The event.public Is Invited to this an-

.... "x ..vh.} S} .rh... ..ty.. d uo6'aMn The following schools are repre-

PUPILS OF MEMORIAL JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL music de- Winslow, Alice Smith, Jeanne Sherouse, Betty Cloudy; Gail' Lone, Nancy Jackson, Caroline Thomas, Betty Stamm. Fourthrow j sented: Kaley in the Hillcrest.elementary choruses The United States produces

partment are being presented in a concert Friday night in the Berman?Laricine Zitrouer, Miriam Albritton, Tommy Simmons, : Mary Draughon, Eunice Rinaldi, Anna D', gostino, Patsy Marks SL, West Central Princeton., Concord about ton nine of tons hard of coal.soft coal for every -

school auditorium. The group shown above includes, front Charles Knight, Rodney Harrellson, Leslie Pepper, George Men, Lena Dykes, Marion Truscott, Dorothy Fenn, Barbara

row, left to right: Anne Williams, Elizabeth Osbum, Margaret Nipper, Nickie" Belitz, Richard Moore, Daniel Boone, Andrew Dotherow, Doris Crowder; Carolyn Thomas, Mary Teele,

Albritton, Patsy Newcomer, Phyllis Soowal, Edwina Adams, Heckle, Alvin Smith, Diamonda Kolias, Lee Gwynn, Judith' Jeanne Ray, Claire Bailey, Connie Clark, Shirley Morrow,
Patsy Ann Davison, Patsy Saunders, Mayanne Davis, Hugh Guertler, Alice Alexander, Patty Folsom; Nancy Burcham, Katherine Green, Jane Scott. Top row: Susan Gray, Katherine /HINNALEE: :: of Florida

.' Young; Robert White, Joe D'Agoatino, Robert Howard, Jack Carolyn Staves, Evelyn Patrick, Frances Longley. Third row: Van Scoy, Jean Ashabraner, Peggy Jo Pounds, Grace t

McAllister, James Stodgill, Kenneth Sanders, Mock Meiner, Jacqueline Garner, Frances Helms, Janet Pace, Joy Wassenaar, Insana, Gene Ballentine, Nancy Starling, Mrs.' Mallard, Arm

Roy Lilley, Margaret Parham, Nancy Hoagland, Diane Forshay, Pot Hampton, Patsy Jernigan, Martha Ellis, Don Bennett, Mae Hiscock, Mr. Mallard, June Tison, Joan Demastus, Mere-

I Adriana, Gabel, Anne Lone, Merilyn Barnes, Jo Ann Stouten- Charles Emerson, Carlyle Prather, Carl Colvin, Rod Muroski, lyn Wolpert, .Pat Walters, Barbara Shank, Jo Ann Laughing-
burgh, Dierdre Davis. Second row: Betty Ra Perry, Peggy Ronald Kirkland, Betty Ann Hart, Virginia Wimberly! Linda house.
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tr Open Monday EveningsWARREN'S I Mrs. Williams I Memorial Singers in ConcertOf I Catholic Group 441 Winter Park Ave.Park, N. .



DIAPER SERVICE Emphasizes; Choral Music Friday NightThe AttendingConvention W

Per HtMrvatUra_ liMMrfUto Delivery ltli
Winter Park Phone 68
PHONE 2.3357 music department of Memorial olassification.
FellowshipWINTER Junior High School will present The following program promises We closeat noon
the Mixed Chorus, Girls' Glee
PARK-Mrs. Robert Club and Boys' Glee Club in a variety and intertainment. The St. Augustine Council of ThursdaysOpen

;Williams, of Lake Worth, prin- concert of choral music on Friday Forth, 0 Beauteous 1 Heavenly National Council of Catholic Women 'I

Mt. Dora Mt. Dora cipal speaker Friday at the May evening in the Memorial School Break Ught ,_. __ ____ __-_-.n Scholtn Bach will hold its convention in all summer 1
God I' a Spirit "
Auditorium. The concert Is In observance --
Fellowship sponsored ._ ..
program Cherubim Son Fred St. Petersburg this week with
of National Music Week. Arr.. Warlnc
Jointly by the Winter Park Council These groups under the direc- Onward Chriitlan Soldier!.. *- I headquarters at the Soreno HoteL a /
of Church Women and the Wo tion of Law Mallard have pre- Klni Jeaua 11 ATJitenlnt u Arr. Dawson Board members will convene tomorrow Ir
man's Club, issued a ringing chal- pared a varied and interesting pro- Standing in the__ Need_ ol Prayer. Arr.-Spiritual Grant I and the general assembly -
Who Did? -
lenge to her audience on their opportunities gram which Includes Sacred choral 01' Gray Robe -_-- An. HuntleyMadam will meet on Tuesday and
1 works. Negro Spirituals Art Songs in .. J
SALLY DRESS SHOP"lepfl.1fj as well as responsibilities I and Folk Songs of other lands. Jeannette --______.Murra Cloke::, Wednesday Mrs. Larry Plante. ';- II
of Saint Bride
Key Sent
'for worldfellowship.I Mrs. Law Mallard is accompanist. Rain In October ____________ Rowle: president of the Catholic Women's

She likened the church with women -I .The Memorial Singers have Chinese Nlcht Bona-Lullaby,. _,_____nunn..U_-________ Bowen Cloke; Club of Orlando will serve as dele-
of America: to weavers, their made outstanding records duringthe Blue Art Her Eye __-------- CiokeyIv ; gate from Orlando, and Mrs.
I cloth the "fabric of friendship past season at the District Marlanina --_ Italian folk Sonr Frank Allen delegate from Winter
and State Festivals. The Mixed Tiratomba __-_ Italian Folk Song I
and promised them full employment Chorus and Girls' Glee Club received Dine Don _Merrily -- English Dance i Park.Mrs.. W. A. Bishop. of Orlando
high wages of inner satisfaction a First Division rating in Splnnlnr Fireflies T Song- _un German Russian Folk Folk Song Song .. retiring deanery president, will AdxRM ou'.u 'we&tcLktt
and ,other Inducements."We 1 High, School Class B in the District Tradl Muka __._Dane___ Latvian SongCsechoSlovakian- Folk BongCsechoSlovakian also attend. She will be
< should help blot out preJu. Festival In DeLand. The Folk Song featured on the program and assist -
we'' Girls' Glee Club received a First Wake Thee Now. Dearest the president at the meetingas 'CZwIJtf
dices national
racial and
; Cxeeho-Slovakian Folk Bone
Division rating in High School One World ___ __ O'Hara diocese vicepresident.Others .
: should help blot out juvenile delinquency Class A in the State Music Festival Three Choruses: attending from Orlando
; keep clothing flowingto held recently In Tampa. The Mix Girls'Bon' Glee Glee Club Club I will be Miss Rita Lawton. diocesan Eusu4
", the needy fields abroad, keep ed Chorus rated II in the same Mixed Chorus retreat chairman: Mrs.Ben Kuenz. rMtzs
ALE alert on world problems, work for Mrs. Frank Kuenz. All Catholic
I ladies are invited.Apidure.
public, health and social security I for' 8I1d hout efJJ1iJlo11rJ1dda
help promote better .childlaborlaws : t 01 tV ttE. r.qp.t.. fu: :-

and fair employment practices tIN .

More than ,half our stock, ; .;: Legislators, let out know State bow and you stand National on WATCHcaa'fftx S 3'S'o

various problems: 'stand up and be II ((])RYillEBy
e now reduced for Clearance: : counted' on the side of all moral

issues. KITTY HENRY, Society Editor I
b a. "No one Is too old." she con-
S\ \ tinued, "to be of use In this weaving RS. R. S. HOGUE, music supervisor' for the Orange County
I" of the fabric of friendship; no lvi Schools has so endeared herself to the children, the teachers and 0 W LAWTON

(f .Store closes June 1st. for the one has too little time or too few parents during the past '13 years she has had this position that she I Miami Beach Fort Lauderdale Coral GablesSimpson's
contacts. Women, with over 60 z WcMwakm IIZ 1.ria flru
.. ," '. ... has a throng of admirers looking forward to the 10th Annual Festivalof
per cent of the votes of America
,
.
Summer to reopen late in and over 70 per cent of the private the Orange County Schools at the Municipal Auditorium Thursdayat I
.: wealth of America, have the potentialities 8 p.m. Almost 1,000 of her pupils representing 23 elementary i is air conditioned ......................... -............................................................................................................_..
to change the world fI
September.L' if they would just take the need- I three junior high and senior high schools will participate in the jl ,

ed Interest. What women demand.
program.
;; : Is done." The festivals of music have, been very successful In previous years, f
0 : Mrs. A. B. Morgan, president of Further Reductions
to be crowning event of Mrs.Hague's a
the Winter Park Council, presided and this the largest one. promises a I f
success in this field.A
'" and Mrs. Charles Hammond sang ,
the beautiful Bach choral "Now member of the Florida i
ALL SALES FINAL Let Every Tongue Adore Him" accompanied Education Assn., the Florida Vocal
L by Mrs. Christine Bald- Assn.. and the National Music
., -'.... win. Mrs.; Paul Pierce and Mrs. Education Assn., Mrs. Hogue SALE I
I ?
: j. Norman Storer were also on the served as chairman of the music 1
'-+ v program for Invocation and a at supervisors section at the State
.reading.
Supervisors Conference for this ,
The rostrum of 'the Woman's r f
working for Improvements ,
STORE HOURS: Club where the meeting was held year
': was decorated 'With huge basketsof ,, in music education throughout the : We offer a distinctive collection of new spring and :ff
9:00: am. to 5:30 pjn. daily.tWednesday ; 4
.j Until snapdragons the meeting and, there lupin. was Fallowing a- : State.Active in the ParentTeachersAssn. : summer apparel at tremendous reductions :

I ) 1 noon during May luncheon for representatives of the "'> z ;' and church circles she : additional merchandise has been placed 'on.our sale :
.. Saturday-9:00: aon. to 8:00 p.m.j womens societies of the seven served as director of service men's aa I
churches In the Winter Park activities at the Park Lake Presbyterian : /
Council of Church Women-Epis- Church and directed a I contributions :
i STORE AIR-CONDITIONED copal Unitarian. Methodist x: ? chorus at the Young Women'sCommunity :
1 Church of the Brethren, Congregational Club during the war. : :
I .
Seventh Day Adventist She served for 12 consecutive ,

and Baptist. years on the executive boards of i
-- -I 175 DRESSES $5 to $19
= local and county P-TA groups ;
.
: and for four years on the StateS i

i I II' P-TA Board as high school chair- : Were priced to $42.95 cottons, gabardines, pure silk prints all :

/IriS NEW HDC. D. c. HOCaUfc- man. She for also the served Junior as superintendent Inter-- : fine, cool fabrics all this season's dresses. Sizes 10 to 20. :

plans festival Thursday. mediate and Young People's Sun-

/IriS CHICBLACK day School classes, and was director of the Young People's Groupat
1 SUITS
the Park Lake Church for eight years. 70 $35 to $45

She is a member of the advisory board for children's educationand

radio activities for the Junior League of Orlando, and Is a mem- i and other
and
BROADCLOTH : Were $79.95 $89.95..1001 lightweight gabardines SI

I ber of Sorosls. 000 : 100% all wool fabrics lovely colors. Sizes 10 to 20. :

AND MRS. HARRY H.FERRAN and.their adorable little daugh- : ',
DR. .
I
Cherry have been the house guests of Mrs. Ferran's mother,

Erenmade Black Broadcloth In the Mrs. Reed Miller, and left Friday for Eustis. They will occupy ii i COATS $40 i j

i the home of Dr. Ferran's brother, E. L. Ferran. for six weks, and f
:
newest, latest designs! Guaranteed Fast will commute between Orlando and Eustis. Dr. Ferran has recently :f. Were $69.95 to $75 a group of new spring and summer coats in :

Colors, Sanforized shrunk Combed yarns, been appointed to the Department of Pathology at Vander- : white or beige. :

36 in. wide. bilt University Hospital, and he takes on his new duties July 1. The ,, ,,

family will move to Nashville by mid-June. ,

}1 : : z V; 1.25 yard MR. AND MRS. W. G. W. n COLLINS n and n daughter Cheryl left yes- 100 BLOUSES $2.50 to $5

.- #.x for a trip to the North. They will visit Mr. Collins' parents e

.,,*>' Mr. and Mrs. Luke J. Collins, In Binghampton. N. Y., and will i: Were priced to $17.95 light, cool crepe, cotton and chiffon in soft

'!' TULIP TIME LILAC TIME spend some time In New York City and the Adirondacks. Mrs. : spring shades to compliment your suits. Sizes 10 to 20. :
.
Lamar Hutchinson and Miss Thelma Bushway spend this week at the r ff
Covered with beautiful blue, Gorgeous yellow, lilac or red Sheraton Plaza at Daytona Beach. Mrs. Foster Fanning national : '
yellow, or red tulips. |Bloc| colors. president of the Master Plumbers' Assn.Auxiliary, returned this week :
1 from the State convention In Miami and had as her house guest until j : ALL LINGERIE % OFF ,

.( yesterday Mrs. George O. Peopfer of Milwaukee. Wis.. who Is the wife !' i: All Sales Final ri ;
DAISIES WONT TELL of the president of the Master Plumbers Assn. Mrs. B. V. Moon of I.
I St. Cloud was honored at a "going away" party held on the lawn Simpson's.- :
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is in effect at
i A 10% Rollback of all prices now ,
Yellow, forquois* or row of her home this week. She is leaving for Midland Ohio.
i* colored daisy centers I 000 This 10% reduction applies to all merchandise newest summer :

CLARENCE C. MAGRUDER and Mrs. William N. Ellis are I fI I apparel as well as spring clothes this rollback does not apply i

MRS. Tuesday from Coronado. CaL where they were dele- to SALE merchandise because all sale prices are already reduced up :'

", BUTTERICK PATTERNSBRYANTHILLS gates from the Orlando Junior League to the National Conference of to 50% and more. :!
the Association of Junior Leagues of America. They are making the
a *The 1C% rollback cannot apply to Sacony> play clothes and bathing ff:1 l
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by plane.
return trip Dr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. Harald BeardaH, Mr.
: suits because their prices are fixed nationally does not apply to
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Mike Carroll and Mr. and to return
Mrs. L. B. McLeod are expected r .alteration charge because this Is a service.SIMPSONS. :
Tuesday from Louisville where they attended the Kentucky Derby. : -
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Hargis Jr, of 1422 E. Jefferson St. have as their
INC. I house guests Mrs. Hargis parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Whittle of If.
Philadelphia. Pa. A number of Central Florida Women will have '
"Fashions by the Yard" I prominent part ha the activities at the Phi Mu District One Conven- P 1 fle .
: tion this week at The Inn Include Mrs.
at Vedra Beach. They
We Kill
Close Wednesday at 12:39 P. M. ,
Kenneth Scudder of Winter Park the district president: Joan Waring.1
315, 317, 319 N. Orange Ave. I president of the Alpha Omega Chapter at Rollins College; Louise I
Evans. Winter Park-Orlando Alumnae Chapter delegate; Mrs. ArthurT. i j
Dear Jr.. Mrs. Lester Robinson Mrs. Henry Thomas. Mrs. Leland : i ?

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"' British acreage farmer in England Increased more thana arable Page 22 -. tLlJt- .fouttlag! fcrtitttul-fctar _- Orlando Florida, May 4, 1947 Miss o Pittman !i nI/7he Show Fits" Promises

million acres during World War $ :aJ y a4ax NK:w.:: '.- : .

I I. I I ; --- __ ; : ;: .f Becomes Bride Original and Ga..y' Entertainment


1 DUTCH-LAP 2 e This Afternoon ; The Independents. of Rollins : Humphreys has worked out the
: i '
College will present Wednesday'and
new dances and is teaching thtte
.I r Ittla.Wa.il ; Asbestos Roofing < Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Pittman of : Thursday their annual revue corps de ballet to perform th m.-
i this year entitled. "II the Show
Pine Castle are announcing the Jose de Urestl is assisting with
ASBESTOS SIDING : Pits. This will be given in the
we have been w itinx I or"their
for and Trailer the Trailer you have been ASPHALT SHINGLES .ztM'6l' .:#.. marriage daughter, Alice Annie Russell Theater at 8:15 pm. his knowledge of the'aneint cul-
toetanr for<< GUTTER Lucille to Edward L. Strickland and the proceeds will be devotedto ture of the Basque Country; Helene -
Built rifbt. priced rifbtl & son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Strick- the Victory Expansion Fund. de Fraguier with that of
:Better than anything wt bays Hen "If the Show
Pits" is describedby
Paris; Armando Ortiz and Fernando -
me* the war.ti DOWN. SPOUTSLT.JERNIGAN land of this cityt which will take .
ft. _____, .".**. g place today at 2 pjn. at the PItt- r its authors, Barbara Lewis and Beiro are stirring a little
U ft. '1,1" ', Paula Shapiro, as a musical ex- Latin-American spice into this
*7 ft. ,1,1" I I II man home in Pine Castle. i travaganza. If advance reports' are very good pudding. Andre Sten-

Stop I* and look: this Trailer over. I Roofing and Sheet Metal SS The Rev Paul Hendley minister : to be trusted the show promisesto bockPermor is tying the whole
r Y of the Pine Castle Baptist Church be something that will becomea thing up in Russia leather of
YOUNGS' TRAILER SALES 7* Alexander PL TeL 7427 legend In Rollins history. the best
quality.
i .11111I will perform the ceremony. Mrs.
Mss Alo.i.m Trail at Amelia : _
W D. Stone, soloist and Miss Everything is original and writ- Bill Barker, as a much travelled
Martha Bowman pianist, will reader I ten especially and exclusively for American, is helping the pro
'} : the program of nuptial music. "If the Show Pits.", New lyrics ducers to blend all these diverse
1 with new music new dances new' Ingredients into a coherent whole
REDUCTION IN YARNS! S1 The bride-elect will have as her -
attendant Miss Patricia Whit I scenery and new costumes, and and the result should be a good
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Bernat,, Minerva, BoUny head. Thomas Watkins will act I above all. new ideas. example to the world in generalIn
1 4vi as best man.A The authors are also joint direc- the matter of different nationalities -
-AYRSCOTCH WOOL SWEATER SETS- reception .will be held at the tors and producers: The backstage getting along happily
home following crew is as enthusiastic about the with the aid of a little authoritative -

ARGYLE PAKS-BOBS NEEDLES 4 of ,Miss. Pittman attended ceremony Pine presentation as are those who will direction. .
appear on the stage. From all appearances. *If the
Castle School and
graduated from
-HAND MADE GIFTS- Orlando Senior High School. She One of Rollins prize pianists. Show Pits" should be one of the!

later attended Orlando Secretarial Kenneth Newbern. and a talented most amusing and entertainingshows
1 School and is singer John Russell Kelly will ever presented! at the Annie:
HANDICRAFT STUDIO presently employedat sing and play the new music. Jo Russell Theater
.j Orange Memorial Hospital. __ L--_
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'..' til E. Melbourne Are.Etaib Winter Park I .J Mr. Strickland attended schools .

: .th 5, Raylea Phone 31'-MMother's .. ., .. :, In North Carolina and Is now associated -
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b. ';l't' ;ns;:};;HN. .J6Iy""' p.:wi1f: ::'OC' :' > :<;<: + with the American Life
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-.-..--..----------.-...- -- --- I MISS BETTY GRACE Insurance Co here. :

r is May bride-elect. bride-elect of Edward StricklanddtSOll
Personals Now. li the time It, fa-till* 1......... shrubs. trees the beginning 'rf their
r 1C natural growth period. A boost now ,ill do wonders toward producing the
r T Dr. and Mrs. Clarence Bernsteinare kind of lawn and plants you "ant. Caution i' advised as to the amount
., .-. r, 117 east I Unveiling of Plaque to Honor returning today to their homeon used. A small quantity used frequently n better than a whole tenon's.
supply it one time. Centioede gfast especially should not have too much.Azaleas.
Nottingham Ave.. after
.: Day : spending Camellias, and Gardenias need a fertilizer with an acid reaction.
the past two weeks In Miami- We handle the RELIANCE AZALEA AND CAMELLIA: SPECIAL rERTILI7.ER -
Betrothal Told The Late Susan Hart Dyer Beach where they were guests at which we regard as Ute best food available for .th'i! type of
the Robert Richter Hotel. plants. Eddie Beckmann. one of our men, Wilt be glad to advise you on
May 11 i your fertilizing needs and win do the work for you jf you wish. Call by .
.. Parents The opening of National Music I recorded<<: by Jascha Heifetz, and or phone 7847. .
By In making call r
a
across the .
Week will be marked today at I the great violinist's recording will United States by I want to acam stress the necessity of watching. for insects which attack
Mother with; telephone, the
: Remember : plants. As strong a solution of I'4 TABLESPOONS:\ of ARSENATE Or
Watson of be immediately followingthe
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Rollins College with a ceremonyat played human voice is reamphfied about LEAD mar safely be used with 1'i TABLESPOONS of LIME to 1 GAL
S a gift: on HER Day! : this city formerly of Whlgham\ Dyer' Memorial Bid,. at whicha I unveiling. 180 LON of WATER. spray to rid your plants of LEAF-EATING INSECTS.For .
I
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,., r Ga.. are today announcing the engagement plaque dedicated to the late Sonata I PerairhettZenneth L times.GENE'S efficient spraying of plant, I recommend the "AERO SPRAYER!: ni
: of their daughter Betty Susan Hart Dyer a former direc- Newbern, pi.nut.,
Select a piece of Jewelry : of I a continuous type sprayer and handles all types of spray solutions
tor of the Rollins Conservatory II
Grace, to George William Dean equally wellORLANDO
: unveiled. The Bleep that Pets on :IIab,'. KyepCaroeotri
will be
for her.. maybe a Music
: or r
son of C. A. Dean and the late 0r:
will
which beginat BEAUTY SHOP
The program A Spirit Flower Campbell-Tlpto
: Handbag! Mother will ;: Mrs. Mary L. Dean of Buckhannon. -I 4 p.m. opens with the initiation Marjorie Ann Fowler, soprano NURSERIES
W. Va. ItVkalono Featuring a Summer Special_
of four new members into the Pi Xt Sleet
i appreciate Lingerie or a : The bride-elect attended local Kappa Lambda fraternity. The Carlyle Prophetic Seymour. pi an lit MACHINE SSI N. Orange Ave

:' beautiful Blouse See : AChools been employed, and for by some the time Southern has ceremony of Initiation will be in Sheep and t. mbi IV Homei; I PERMANENTALSO $5 Phone 7847
charge of XI Chapter, the Rollins PloDs Ask Me Hornet
Bell Telephone Co. here where I LANDSCAPING CARETAKINK IJIWV SWRPPRM8;
: our Robes and Play Clothes! : Chapter of the national honorary Terrell Wearer soprano MACMINCIESS: AND
she Is now a supervisor.Mr. Al- Fbrllli Bias at the piano COLD WAVE: PCWMANCNTS: : LAWN. MOWERS FERTIIJ7ERS IVSECTICIDPS
music fraternity. president V
.. r Dean a veteran of World of Paola Grille ORNAMENTAL PLANTS
Carlo. The new membersare Poiuttai Sea a a s Mrs. Xutenla L. Lojd. Prop.
tU N. War II, served! with the 3d Infan- phonse PolonatM _-. ?_ ,., MaeDowel
: : months Edna Wallace Johnston an Olca XJaoo. planlat Senior Operators Leek for' o.r ad ash Svaday. A. T. OU. whom. so iwauy aeopto
Bats byLouise / Orange try Regiment for 27 one alumna of the conservatory. BoAr of the Heart J. Roiamond Johnaoi I Lucille Coffett and Motile Rosen .. *
Northern ( .k. as "AC will cornmeal OB retreat phases of pUitiag saeears.1 )
In -
of which was spent Loveliest of Tree John Duke
: Ava year France and Germany. He is Everett Roberts and Rudolph KUorado ____ Crclibton AlleiUicbael 204 S. Main St. Ph. &CAS garde. sad lawas.
Fischer, of the conservatory Mall, baritone
now employed by the Strather Barbara H rrln, at the pi.".
1 S ECI IITY
Sr lOP ; faculty and Barbara Herring senior -
Construction Co. at Alexandria --- -- -
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This,will be followed by a pro-
month and definite plans will be I I
of music by contemporary
In the future. gram
announced near I I
North American composers, played
by students of the Rollins Con-

t Activities Set servatory.The .
program will be conclude CLEARANCE SALE !

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with the unveiling of the memo-

This Week I rial plaque by Alphonse Carlo '
J president of the Rollins Chapterof

OJ II At St. Luke'sThe :; Hamilton Pi Kappa Holt Lambda president and of the Dr. i .

college.)
Achedule this week at the Susan Hart Dyer was connected $4'aristocrat
(Cathedral Church of St. Luke has with Rollins College for 13

I.been announced as follows: years, during which period she
Daily 7:30 ajn. The Holy served as director of the Conser- f
t 7 : Communion [except Thursday. at vatory of Music head of the theoretical _
I10 ajn.l branches and director of
i 7-
the of
MondayS pjn. Woman's Auxi- the orchestra and chorus. i

liary regular monthly business Miss Dyer was prominent In -
meeting at the Parish House; 7 musical activities throughout the footwear materials -

I p.m. Choir boys rehearsal; 7 p.m. State and at the time of her
1 St. Vincent's Guild of Acolytes: death in 1922. was vice president.1
( 'I 7:30 pjn. Boy Scouts. Troop 33; of the Florida :Federation of
S p.m. Parish Council regular Music Clubs. She also served a
monthly meeting in the Chapter term as president of that organ
Glamourk I House. ization. She was a graduate of
Tuesday p.m. Junior Choir the Peabody Conservatory of
for 'I rehearsal at Cathedral School. Music and the Yale University

I Wednesday 7:30 pjn. Full School of Music where she was
Cathedral Choir rehearsal: 8 p.m. awarded the Steinart Prize for .95 1'
I Regular monthly business meetingof orchestral composition.One XdZ (

71F/ the Cathedral Chapter [vestry] of her compositions, The

\. 'I I in the Executive Board Room. Florida Night Song has ,been
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4 J ({//{ tIt ) I sions Thursday-9:40: 10 ajn. The ajn.Holy Interces-Com- James B. Hall H. Marvin Pittman.

munion. Andrew W. Townes, C. A. Simonds, tasw
Friday-3:30: p.m. Cub Scouls.I : tiJ
I and T. P. Warlow Jr. Ex-Officio -
f Saturday 9:30: ajn. Junior John D. Wing, DD.
I The Rt. Rev.
acolytes serving In the Sunday Bishop of the Diocese; Very Rev. VALUES TO $ W

On Mother's Day give her a Glam- i lUlv School with Canon Gumm at the Melville E. Johnson, D.D.. Dean of 41
One of ,
Cathedral; 7 to 7:30: p.m. the Cathedral: and Eugene Carpenter r
orous gift! A shining new compact, the clergy will be in the. Chapelfor Chancellor of the Diocese. r p'
counsel and absolution. $32.50
spiritual
that's in fash
a jewelled j pin tops 0
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j English historians that John
say
ion, a thrilling bracelet. See how The regular monthly business Cabot and his son Sebastian dA&

have! meeting of the Cathedral Chapter reached the North American continent -
exciting gifts we '
many J ? vestry of St. Luke's Cathedral .
I a full year before Columbus -
will be held on Wednesday at S I :
tt/
p.m. In the executive board room. 4Y

New members of the chapter 1 -,,--., ,
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.I.w elected at the recent Diocesan ?
.
I Convention expected to be in at- MOTHERS: 1 1
/ Longine, Bulova, tendance'are: Clergy the Rev. i Values unheard of .
Elgin, Waltham I Robert K. Gumm Canon of the Send your children to f ,
t I
Cathedral; and the Rev.A. L.Bur- your neighborhood ht I
and other stand I green, rector of St. Thomas'Church. Dancing SchooL ii 'till now in Central ., ,

ard brand wrist I Eustis Laity. Messrs. [t .J '
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I Summer rates now ..1t t
of Florida. Limited
'' watches. Lynn S. Nichols Holy Trinity
Church West Palm Beach, and fectiv J

I I Francis S. Mills of St. Mary's Registration Tuesdaysand t H supply So shop

i Saturday mornings -
ad-dition 1
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I and members elected! by the EARLY.
1 FOR HEALTH. CRACK!: AND
Cathedral congregation: Senior : AUTY-TKY: DANCING J
II Warden. Fred D. Frey: Junior 2 t ... LIZARD
Warden: C. Earnest Willard: Sec- 'I Happyland Studio ij
I retary. Arthur M. Melrose: Tress 809 S. Ayer St.
serer J. W. Jordan and Messrs. T __ ..: : .., __' < <,t ,:,e' : SNAKE

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-(fOur Staff Photos Barnes and McColIum. I is Franchot Duke, the' bride, Betty Flo Coffee, and the bride-' Wo-man's Club. Bob Melrose of Cherokee Junior i 'High School,\

;- THE TRADITIONAL MAY DAY FESTIVITIES WERE OBSERVED groom, Dole Butts. This event was sponsored by the West standing by the king, served as master of ceremonies. Seated : L

" ; by Orlando school children this week, and shown above i i, Central P-TA. The center picture'shows Nancy Wyckof and in the picture are Eddie Russell and Marjorie Moore of Kaley I

arc scenes' from three of the most outstanding celebrations.The III Gene McCree of Cherokee Junior High School as Queen and ) Ave. School, who were trainbearers. At right are shown Mary I
scene on the left depicts a sentimental moment in the II King of May at the Grand Ave. Woman's Club benefit MayDay iI i Helen Clapp and Pete Hurt holding court as King and Queenof

"Tom Thumb Wedding" which was a feature of the May ,I program. Proceeds from this affair went toward the Teen ;, May at the 'Marks Street annual May Day Festiv J. This I

Day celebration at the West Central .School The "minister" ,I Age Club, an organization sponsored by the Grand Ave. _presentation was also sponsored by the Marks, Street P-TA. I
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born.with Mrs.Don Dickerson, 439 | ... "bt .. ''\' ... __ u B. Hettel. 1814 E. Washington St..
Park Lake Magnolia 2 pin.: No. 6, Mrs.A. L. | ', .. ; -.:: PresbyterianCircle 3 pm.: No. 10, Mrs. Robert Porter rx
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Alexander, with Mrs. L. R. Nydeg- ;'lkhi tiblf( ; j a e. wood Ave., 10 am.: No 11, Mrs.
Circles MeetThe 506'E.
Notices
ger, Colonial Dr. 3 pjn.; i iI 4- M. S. Vergowe with Mrs. Louise
No. 7. Mrs. George ,Carltn with I ; ... Dohve 1405 Nebraska Ave..3 pm.;
circles of the Woman'sAuxiliary I I Mrs. Ward Leppere 2916 Lake'1I :,:. ... By CYNTHIA; I AnnouncedThe I No. 12 Mrs.J. P.Llnton, with Mrs.
of the Park Lake Presbyterian Shore Dr.. 3 pjn. / -_V. -v '- Peter Lyttle 924 Kuhl Ave. 3 pjn.; I

Church will meet tomorrow I I On Tuesday. Business Circle No. A beautiful party in a. tropical WILLIAM M. LANE entertain tea circle meetings of the 'No. 13. Mrs. George Schwab with
.in the following homes: 11. Miss Ruth Mier. chairman will setting The heady scent of I guests from 4 to 6 o'clock at Mrs.Bartlum's Woman's Auxiliary of the First I,Mrs. Schwab 307 Moray Lane, 3 : The Modern Symphonyis
Circle No: 1. Mrs. Esther Mur- ,I meet at the church at 7:45 pjn. honeysuckle and Confederate Jasmine home in Spring Lake. I Presbyterian Church will meet tomorrow pm.; No. 14,Mrs.R. C.Steck with
dock chairman; with Mrs. Charles with Mrs. J. P. Gordon and Mrs. potted orchids in full ooo as follows: Mrs. W. C. McKee. 1031 W. Har- I
redder" 615 Cathcart 3 pm.: No. 'Dorothy McIntosh hostess: Business bloom,suspended from palm trees I THIS we want to see: Member: Circle No. 1, Mrs. C. C. Potter ,vard Ave.. 10 am.; No. 15, Mrs. I one of ten beautiful console instruments -
in the garden of MRS. GRACE chairman with Mrs. R. T. (Jack E.Stewart with Mrs. William
2, Mrs. R. L. Ellison at her home I Circle No. 2, Miss Barbara of the athletic committee of the Cain ,
2322 Formosa. 3 pm.; No. 3, Mrs.C. I Swearlngen. will meet at her I i PHILLIPS JOHNSON'S lovely Young Women's Community Club, 4 Amherst Apts., 10:30: am.; No. 2, Schultz. 3028 Sherwood Dr., 10:30: I'
.H.Parson with Mrs.E.J. Beidler home 702 E. Marks St. 7:45: pjn.1 Mediterranean type home on together with the club's president .Miss Mary Branham, chairman a.m.; No. 16, Mrs. Cuyler Smith in fine period furniture of genuine -
119 E. Concord 3 pm.: No. 4.1 On Tuesday. May 13. Circle 8.1' Lake Concord Every year be- MRS. PETTUS LEE have been with Mrs. Elizabeth Smith. Mrs. with Mrs. Fred Miller, 435 Avalon
Mrs. L. C. Nicholson. with Mrs. I(Mrs. Wilson Green chairman will fore she returns North Mrs. requested to come out tomorrow Theodore Lindorff assisting 623 Blvd.. Tuesday 7:45 pm.; No. 1'1. woods. It has two 12 inch duosonic
John W.Freeman. 1101 Edgewater I meet at the home of Mrs. Dozier Johnson has a farewell receptionand night clad in shorts shirts and Magnolia Ave., 3 p.m.; No. 3..Mrs. Conway Chapel Mrs. D. S. Goes
Dr.. 3 pjn.; No. 5, Mrs. O. O. Os- Devane. 2400 S. Delaney. i' this Spring her two house- sneakers, to play one inning of E. P. Lavin. with Mrs. Helen in the chapel Tuesday 3 pm.: I
guests. MRS. GEORGE STITZ- j the opening game of the Sum- Hoover, 1517 E. Robinson Ave., Business Woman's Circle No. 2 of I speakers with a 20 watt output-com-
INGER and MRS. SKYE V. I mer Softball season! Says MAR- 10:30: am.; No. 4. Mrs. Norman the First Presbyterian Woman's
yt .- STRALEY received with her. The GARET GOODMAN chairman of I Wood with Mrs. Hugh Powel. 631 Auxiliary. Mrs. William Corkhill. pletely automatic record changing.
reception was Thursday night counselor. Tuesday at 8 with
the committee "we'll come out in N. Hyer St.. 3 pm.; No. 5. Mrs. J. pm.
and the garden was splashed with I informal attire, but not shorts"}E. Baker with Mrs. L. V. Baldwin. Miss Helen Grundler. 42 W. Miller
moonlight. There was a soft t BILL BEARDALL will throw 1024 Delaney SU 3 pjn.: No. 6, Ave. Priced at $347.50 [FM and bookends
breeze from the lake and from I the first ball officially inaugurating Mrs. C. P. Powers, with Mrs. Isa- -- -- --
.- ... : one sound of of the spirituals upper rooms came by the the the Summer season of softbalL dore G. Ives, 813 Delaney Park -1 Ell SII optional] It is available in limited
sung
Mrs. Goodman
that
j reports Dr.. covered dish luncheon< 12:30:
r melodious' voices of the Hunger- many "fabulous" guest prizes have 'pm.; No. 7. Mrs. M. J. Moss, with II
Wading Pools. Sandboxes. Gym Sets. Steel Slides. ford School choir .Even I been donated and winners will''Mrs. John A. Russell 11 S. Brown I JEWELRY & GIFT SHOP quantities at
Scooters Pedal Automobiles Bicycles. Tricycles. I' though the women wore Summer receive the awards between Innings St. 10:30: am.
.r,., Lionel and American Flyer Trains. Toys and Game donned evening frocks white and dinner the men jackets had The! whole club is Circle No. 8. Mrs. M. C. Dendy, LET'S NOT FORGET
thrilled over the return of their ft''
chairman, with Mrs. Elba Bledsoe.
for all occasions. I charming there was an informality air of complete. BETH and I former executive secretary, clever, 218 Annie St.. 3 p.m.; No. 9, Mrs.H. J I THE MUSIC BOX
enthusiastic and capable KATHERINE MOM! j
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JOHNSON looked unusually E. Stradley, with Mrs. Joseph tl
: MDERMOTT who left
CLOSED pretty in a simple linen dinner I i .
214 N. Maleys ALL DAY frock of deep green trimmed with here her a husband couple,of ED years MDERMOTT ago when BUCK LEWIS MARJO For A I I Ij (Opposite Rollins Campus)
I DUKES went up on DOC SOLO-
rows and rows of white rickrack
I was transferred The game MON'S bid Doc is Phi Delt I I i iI
Tel. WEDNESDAYFANS EDNA,TOWNES and RUTH a GIFT CARD"See
will start at and PARK 151
7:30. WINTER
%P/at/h'me Store" SMITH both wore dinner dressesof as you from St. Petersburg FRAN- j or
know it'll be out at ExpositionPark
CES MALLORY and JANE SCOTTdrove
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turquoise blue KITTY
And ,
too you and you I
BLAKE chose a black and white and to Gainesville together Our Complete Selections"'
silk print From our vantage Others you are on the invited.athletic committee Frances going on TOM HEGLER'S -I

spot on a luxurious garden-chaise with chairman Margaret bid.O O O ,

we garbed spotted women many and attractively handsome Goodman are MRS. CARL HALL MRS. J. I. COPELAND has I I .
MRS. COITE W. HILL,
escorts MRS. GEORGE ROBERT MRS. been spending the season here Ii KNOWN FOIL VALUES
RIDDLE. MRS.
DORMAN wore a smart ensemble STRIPLING EMMETT with her son-in-law and daughter. i GRANTS
and MISS
consisting of accordian pleated BOOTS EVANS. DR. and MRS. MARSHALL
crimson-red skirt of chiffon anda DENDY She leaves Wednes-
blouse of brocaded white satin 000 day for Clinton. S. C., and JEAN i
NELL CARTER wore her favorite Military Ball and HARRY PITTMAN is driving her there /
shade a lovely flame-col JAMES as a combination provedtoo together with MARY MOSS and
9" Non-Oscillating $9.95 i ored chiffon GERRY YER-'I much to resist and flocks of VELMA CAPEHART. The latter I I e&4ced
GEY'S gown was of starched batiste Orlandoans went up to Gainesville will visit OLA BLACK in Rock i
in a delicate shade of pink : for the weekend We Hill. S. C. and Mary and Jean I tedS a
10" $11.95 MARY LEE HUTTIO was listed several the other day and will, go on to Davidson College I
Oscillating adorable in a Summer dance frock ; here are some more: LEIRA N. C. for a visit with JIM PITT- I
of red cotton with off-the-shoul- LUCILLE JONES went up from MAN JR., student there Vel- k _
der neckline trimmed in Irish Stetson on DEVERE RITCHIE'Sbid ma has just recently returned '
I 12" Oscillating $21.50 up lace and eyelet embroidery . JEAN SIMS with DAVID from Atlanta where she attended a 9 r w She'll praise your good swtsc
MRS ANDERSON TWACHT- KEATING ., MILDRED NEELis Grand Opera That remindsus
MAN of Winter Park chose din- there on BOB MTJXSH'S bid that BETH ABBERGER leaves
16" Oscillating $39.75 u PALL I ner dress of black and white a . PILL M'LEOD and JERRY here Tuesday for Grand Opera if you choose .one of thtso. .
One of the most striking gowns ROSS JEANNE OSBUN and week in New Orleans and a visit
there was worn by MARY BRAN- BILLY PROCTOR BETTY' with DR. BEN ABBERGER JR., I
SIZES OF I HAM It was of black and WARREN and HAL BEARDALL who is Interning Charity Hospital II I Made to sell for 2.93! ,
white striped faille, ... SUSIE CHUISANO and II I 3
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PEDESTAL and KITCHEN FANS : There are 000 three parties In the 1 1I I yi

offing with the first taking place i PERCALE HOUSEDRESSES
I !
ALL SIZES OF I II tomorrow morning from 11 until .
I 1 o'clock when MRS., GEORGE

,* ATTIC FANSFree LEROY DORMAN HENNESSEY and her sister.entertainat MRS. '5

I the former's home 905 Floral S YO v 2.57.2"
Estimates Complete Installations Dr. They are complimentingMrs. NIS
Dorman's houseguest. MRS.A. .

ORLANDO APPLIANCE CO., Inc. : ..;. .H.A.On WEBER MAYFIELD Thursday of morning Evanston and MRS.I. MRS.HI.. I: / 0 F co Oj COhtFO A real buy on Mom's favorite

"HOTPOINT SALES & SERVICE" GLENN R. PIERSON Jr.. will becohostesses I : housedress. Washfast percale 'yeti

Murray MCLe ash, Mgr. II to 1 o'clock in at,the a coffee sun lounge from 11 011 I ; prints in sizes from 16 to 52. f ,3 '1They're

the Highland Lake .The third I Draw cool, refreshing breezes into '
in
210 N. ORANGE AVE. PHONE 4537 I party is Friday afternoon, when your home and enjoy sound, restful : full cut, longer

MRS. W.- I.-BARTLUM. and MRS.__ I I .4 sleep. Eliminate stale cooking, smoking .'length with 2" hems. Zipper or 't

.. odors The new,distinctive Eagle- Assorted colors.
1 Picher Air Changer quickly banishes I < coat styles.

the hot, sticky summer heat from !

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n of cod comfort.Modern I

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UNDER MANAGEMENT of the Eagle-Pichcr Air Changer.Special CHAMBRAY
"paddle wheel" fan design maintains constant 398
air volume; acoustically treated aluminum DRESSES
FRANCES BAKER blades and natural rubber mounting provide _
: quiet operation. Ventilation is controlled
by !
Size make no difference at Grant /
FORMER MANAGER DICKSON-IVES simply. No adjusting obligation.windows. Get full information. ,I We have dresses from 14 to 44" for ,!'

Mother. Woven chambrays + l:
your f
Mrs. Baker will be delighted to consult with you on your Hair Problems ..-...-- i ginghams or' shirtings that wash # I
and advise the best Hair Style to suit your personality be you Conservatlre, ; time after time without losing any of J is t 'h- ;? ,
or Dramatic. Mrs. Baker has had Special Training under William' their good looks. Full cut, fly-front 3 t' .t s
Chicago and she is proud to offer her services to the Fastidious t r I .
Women of "lorida' Appliance Supply Inc. coat or classic styles in gay combination % 1
Orlando. checks. Blue i
stripes and grey

"AIR CONDITIONED FOR YOUR COMFORT ti .." (Formerly Home Insulation Co.) brown beige or rose. All hare 2- j,c,''
inch hemsl
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i Page 24 lL'1T' &t1ttl\Rtt' \ &'t1thtt-&tar Orlando, Florida, May 4, 1947 Mu [Manly Duckworth I


t I I-with 63- members and visitors I I .-.' Districtj i I Presenting Manly Duckworth Pupils will present j i GET THESE FOR AS

Bible Class present Winter Park Meeting a grpup of students in recital on :
Mrs. Beulah Drake, newly elected Wednesday at 8 pjn at the Duck-
I president was in charge of the II This Week worth Studio on Lake Dot Circle. Little as $1.25 WeeklyRADIOS
Held r
Meeting ;business.session. Mrs. J. E. HardinIs Brevities The program has been plannedin

class teacher and other officers yak Mrs. Kenneth Scudder will observance of National Music
The Ixes-Hardin Bible Class of include the Mmes A L. Barker. I MARGARET GREENE pre- j Week in Orlando and.will be given ,
Del O Heasley H L. Conant lr side at the Phi Mu Fraternity ;
held ,
the First Presbyterian Church by Mary Ann Yaros. Gayleen Bar-
Its April supper meeting this past t George Bradley. 8 S. Harris. R. S. WINTER PARK City Com- Biennial Convention of District 1 ,low. Dorothy Ann Johnson. Lydia
evening
mission meets tomorrow
week In the church; dlninc. roomFOUND Tubbs. and the Misses Adelaide when the new zoning ordinanceis s to be held, at The Inn: Ponte Ve- 1.Blackford Catherine West, Mary
and Alice Lindsay.
-- -- -- -- -- Jackson Miss Merle Silloway. educational due for first reading. dra Beach. May 9-11. Lee Wharton.Huston.Patty Jean Randall Akerman Sharon Philco Fada 0 Emerson e Gen. Electric
District 1 is
composed of seven 1
Club meets
missionary for the Seventh Day When the Rotary numbers will
Special include
% 5 jytYn .y collegiate chapters and many'
for luncheon
tomorrow noon
for .
speaker
Church was
Adventist alumnae chapters and clubs two Mozart sonatas in C, one with
the evening, discussing her experiences there will be reports from the *
throughout South Carolina. Georgia the second piano part by Grieg;
district meeting at Daytona
interned in a concen- *
while the Romance from the Concertoin
.% PUrr I* Have V urRefrit Beach. p and Florida.
tration camp outside of Manila Gi ati% 'w rx D minor by Mozart the waltz
r tor W *d ; Mrs. Scudder was appointed ; Table Models
Speaker at the Pilot Club meet- Consoles & Record
Players
Prompt-EthelenbReeaeeabkDomesticCommercial during the war ing Tuesday evening in the) Flor- > district president in 1943 She is for two piauos by Arensky, and I
included Dr.
GUS MADDENS' Visitors present Ida Power lounge will be Mrs. the wife of Dr. Kenneth Scudder. In Old Vienna by Oodowsky.
M. C. Dendy. the Rev. That Play Up to 12 Records Without
HefrtcrrailoB Servir and Mrs. Sidney Haley discussing about Winter Park dentist, a charter These will be presented by Donna' Changing
Avenue Jack Powell, and Miss Veva Keck Newcomer Barbara
Jean
KZ Maceolia Winter Park's plans for youth. ) member of Alpha Omega Chapterat and
DON'T FUSStsloxss Mrs W. H. Chase and her com- Edith oster and Elsa Langenbach.
Rollins
officers College a president
FOHE 7726t Installation of next year's past
'
:: GUS
in charge of -
mittee were arrangements
of the Winter Park-Orlando *
of the American Legion Chap-
MRarled Iv Tfan F.p.ne.. for the .
supper.c'r when James E. Keezel succeeds ter of Phi Mu. fellowship chair- COLUMBUS SHOW CASES
I William H. Grant as commander man of Winter Park-Orlando !
I will be Tuesday at 8 pjn. in the MRS. KENNETH SCUDDER branch of American Association of FOR SALES APPEAL Elect. Hot Plates Elect.; Irons

Chamber of Commerce Bldg. University Women and a memberof
I I Slade Booth Show
I Case
Co.
t district president. Elect. Fans a
Legion Auxiliary which meetsat Central Florida Panhellenic Refrigerator Trays
*
.. ... ftrit la fixtures'
the same time and same place Assn.
also will have installation of officers Upon return from Ponte Vedra. III Herd Alley BrtwrrnW
I front of which are delicately Pin and w. fbvrrh. T.l. tam 6 Foot Ice Drink Box
with district officers pres- she will leave for a meeting of ,
entThe wrought snowflake. .National and General Council of -- --.-___ -h _- -
FOR YOUR HOME proposed zoning map is on Miss Sherwood is considered one Phi Mu to be held at the Edge-; '
I display at the City Hall for Inpection. of the outstanding sculptresses' of water Beach Hotel in Chicago May EXTRA SPECIAL
Mayor B. R. Coleman I i>ent neI= tat
America and will be at Lake Cha- 1117.Magnetic. ,
"': said he will be glad to receive any I II Electric Steam Radiator Heaters
I tauqua for the Summer.
comments. mines can be set to MOVES
Kiwanis Club at its supper- Current exhibit at the Morse MERCHANDISE : V/erc-49.50
I permit several ships to go by and ,, .
meeting tomorrow night will see Gallery of Art. consisting largelyof explode under the next thus increasing I i I March Average 43.8J: '
a American film and'Dollar.hear a talk. on the the work of Winter Park and the difficulty of clearing I'"j Hifhfsl Circulation IB Our Hmorr* I' Now-29.50
Orlando artists will continue channels of mines. I
st. Anne's Guild of the Woman ---- --
this week to be followed --
through
I INVESTIGATE WfHl YOU BUY!
s Auxiliary of All Saints Church
next week by the work of Rollins
will hold its final meeting of the in oils pastels EXPERT YOUNG
College seniors wxe.ay4 FURNITURE G 0
I year tomorrow at 4:30 p.m. at sculpture and other mediums of WATCH REPAIRING a EASY .
Mrs. Frank A. Daly's home. ? '
II. I I expression.Joe Specializing in Swiss and Amer- SDOT CASs MONTHLY
Hours when the mobile unit Galloway of the Winter [ican Watches. 8 Days Service. Dealer in Borfcoclc Furniture r I
from the Central Florida Blood Park Telephone Co states that Twr PAYMENTS
Bank will be here May 8 to receive -: the waiting-list of over 200 cus- ORLANDO JEWELRY Phone 2.3471 42.45 N. Garland St.
IllLIIII- I donations are from 9 a.m. I tomers for phone service has been 256 S Orange, Corner Jackson A..nt i iI
until noon and from 1 to 5 p.m. narrowed to 43 during the past A HOMETOWN TRANSACTION!
It will be at the Health Center year and he is able to provide
/ S I Building, West Lyman Ave and party line service for those who NATIONAL-MUSIC IOth--
the railroad. Mrs. Howard Sho- request 'It, new single-party lines I ASSOCIATED CELEBRATES WEEK May 4th TO
walter Jr. [934-M1) will make held until equipmentand
are up more
VENTILATED AWNINGS AND DOOR HOODS reservations for those who wish plan-facilities become available

appointments.Lions : Galloway explained.. -
I ;
Y... get the utmost In quality protection, Club at its supper-meet-I i Winter visitors who: have just P -
I tog this week will see a film and
: about to
beauty with tries gracefully curved Califor returned or are return
nla Clearhetrt REDWOOD Awning Pat- hear a talk by Sidney Haley on to the North for the Summer include -

anted ventilated feature assures maximum ., Finance. : ASSOCIATED BRINGS YOU. !
I Marvin Pittman president of
Dr. and Mrs. Henry Dike Sleeper i
comfort. Budget plan if desire.
l summer you
Lions Ed Cook John Nelson and it
dot to Vergennes, Vt.: Dr and Mrs. t
anew what
Let our designer you they can
Bill Morris are at Sarasota this
W E. Doremus to Wolfeboro N.
t for your home No obligation. simply telephones '
.weekend attending the State Y.: Louis C. McKinney to Titus-
l t Lions Club convention.Miss ville. Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. W J.
Ruth Sherwood, _who Is Barney and Miss Bertha Barneyto
tAt Advertised IP Better Home .A Gardens end House Beautiful preparing to go North for the Petosky. Mich.; Mrs. Miriam
.
Summer is completing a series of Jenkins to Swarthmore. Pa., and
Ventilated Awnings of Orlando I: sculptured heads and bar relief I Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Hammond -
I' of prominent Winter Park citizens to Watch Hill R. I.
including Dr. Henry Dike I
Mrs. Sallie Ham-
14 E. CHURCH ST.-ROOM 115 I Ashley Trope
". Sleeper Dr. Edwin O. Grover and mond, who is with Rollins Col-
"WE SERVE CENTRAL FLORIDA"Phones Dr. W. E. Doremus. A model has i lege Institute of World Government FOR SCHOOL CHURCH AUDITORIUM I AND I HOME I II !
recently been completed of The i iI ,I will remain here until the ,
I Snow Queen-a majestic feminine close of school before going to
Orlando 9 the folds of her robe down the Mrs. Howard Apperson, Jacksonville -
---- is vlsitng Mrs. Robert I THE WORLD'S FINEST MUSIC
Medlock while Mr. Apperson and
Mr. Medlock are on a fishing trip
to Sanibel l Island. AT ASSOCIATED


Some scientists believe that the
first born in a family tends to be
the most intelligent with the WURL1TER ORGAN
level of intelligence falling as the
family grows
"Music', Richest Voice" 1. By wedding the

a. science; of electronics to I centuries-old principle

of pipe organ tone production there is

Whistling ..' available at last an organ for small space and .

Oyster > small budgets, but so mighty in volume and .

I I so rich in tone that listener inevitably believe I Ii

I G1M1Tiut Notes, i it is pipe organ they are hearing. Rich.
t rerr
vibrant tonal beauty in a 5-ft. space! $3550. 'ZJ

itwi I ; Organ now on display. Write or.,call for full
'
This III I the last week' .
.; ) particulars.
I we are 6f.nMother'
II .r .
I 1 Day l
1 [Next Sunday]

14 Just an Excuse!

I for expressing your love to your
mother or someone else.
I

If you have an A-l Mother,
f 1 you don't need to be persuadedto

send her a gift on May llth. k THE
You can hardly wait to use the /g :

excuse.If .
t r sf rY

you have lost your mother
this certainly is the time to give

not 4.95 not t $1.98 something woman a friend to another of hers older or Y a- I If 1i with the J"pst pl"turR tIu. r..nneunn the

someone who loved her. Of 'l 1 .V C.ptk!.rt-tht _,Icl'. frt..... imtrum.itt for
r course it's the perfect time to 1 u/al "Ped..c+:... 1ft. Cap.l..rt, witl; ih i .rf.ctly'
1 add to your contribution to the 's : bUiKJ tend tyittm, ;ih fin. provt* ttttxi C.lIqllf!
I no not even 989'-:, Orange Memorial Hospital. w that hires r.ewd. s.r, its ktiut:folly itylJ CfDi.t i...tl
.f rich, kind-polithid' weed, N universally icctp/+.d
Maybe you have a Problem a today It hallmark *f tneieui; living; Thtti whyS
1 i ,1. Mother. But if you have the '1 __ w,+b +I.. dncnmMs.g: : ; uwtie 1_.", ii. lutidiaut ill
.- .! ',., chances are you were a Problem ,Ion.. furnishing and Attention, The Cpbrt stand.Ma' .
dut -(. ...>: ':\jo;: :' Child and she deserves a break PAN..",A.MUSt.,... -I


:, now.You'd ,; c4 by C.p.*.rt ( 1 be surprised at the
number of people who phonein. '.---- .. [ CAFEHART DELUXE ,.,r1145 f 1850LESTER

"You know' the kind of !gift
( H' I usually send Mother: please
& pick out something nice for
,
t 59 about so-and-so and enclose' a
: \ Mother's Day card, Shell know : I' jj j
1 it's from me." Naturally we :
do take extra pains in filling .j
: -- such orders for people who ;
EACH trust us so completely ) -

I ; .; $4\j\ I Mote We Good Have Things Put Some on Sale v_ J ;ilut

.
f. For Our Lad Week
i 1(1'tlte4 cU s alcdF ,
We shall be closed after this

\1as\ Jffac/i TfottGuoronteed &r/U1t4c'ue PtIt4! week and it took strength of G;,. ; r f.",*, the. pic.l.n ..jeymaf .f pT.".
mind not to close last week because ,"u.ic witH; CM *f tti' ... truly bttutiful pi.ne Its

____ ____"_ we have had a really 4?; + ncfiv* tfyliif ,"eI compact .n. M dtiiqraA", (ortpt
t. ____ 11 to write for months with overage I wonderful Sale and we are all <. .ring-"t.pie.lind" with! ipccicl rr,.+.J
__ use without refilling! kinda tired. But after all. a weed tnd fIt/ part for South FUn4 cl"..... toAod.
$$#_ Dries instantly as it writes! II conscientious gift shop can't .r.t* i* CM! 9..r.n+..J lor tell yt r". Medtff
? close the week before Mother's pntid; from S387 to $800. t
o Writes smoothly' on any kind of paper er material Day can it?


( 3t'T't E.g Will !make six'to eight dear carbon cop-esla !i 0- All our that bargains it"s hard are so to choose extraordinary _' NN NMa v..d'ae. Of ntaI, ,. eltffittttllRrlr.IMMlltl//..............."..""""""""''''..."......''.111"rII !!

,, DependaU reliable-for office use or school. any to mention especially. RECDRDS-**,i" ....... Tlrtor, OtamhU, Dwt. C pM '
I students! West KMM! .... you cannot cam Into the star i l. ;
\1 ot" Of course the Christmas and BUT iprrtal IIIIf h Dili w r .t. l if f{ .
iOU 1 \" Tremendous production mokes the low price cards we are selling for five writ. for en Illuttr*d i cataloa. f J

possible! cents are simply fantastic. ORGAN 0 CAPEHART 0 PIANO 0 -.0 : 'I 1
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'r MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS- : .. : :':; .=.

: : 1"" 1 R You can't afford to be without on* at the But so are the lamps. purses" EM.. .. ..,.It t7N N .._IOIftI. p.. Ilr plan,, ........ NAME ...........................-.-.......M._............--...,. I I'eIao

: B. poet! jewelry dolls and toys. Church- ... ..a..l aar.+..aa o.wa.u .. ...... yw t .. ..
.. Ill throws men's bill folds etc., .. | ADDRESS _____......_- -
I etc. .,11111111.1................ 1 1..".." .................""...........'.ftltHffMMtTttttt*;
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Clto \ The Dollar Table and Five
; \\'iJ I Dollar Table change hourly according -
to our mood which at I FLORIDA'S LARGEST MUSIC and RADIO DEALERS '

'l Sf the moment is expansive Inot
; l'N 5.1o 2S JTORE expensive! I

f REI'l We shall be closed \Wdnesdar .
afternoon hut open ,
USE Saturday all day thl week
fOR to conform with the rest of t, Iyrrn e.rlun, TAMPA LAKELAND
Orlando .tore I 'r "'
II ORLANDO ST PETE
101-107 SOUTH ORANGE AVENUE I st" I
Jov Hawley Helen Ryan II SARASOTA MIAMI
ORLANDO FLORIDA
Located on the patio reached II I
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League Attending i guest service.speaker The business dnrtwr! the meeting morning will Ii i I Events Planned in Observation Orlando, Florida, May 4; 1047 ffhf! fctmrwtt &rtttttt'I.'ftttt'' Foot 25

Zone Rally Today f be held at 2.p.m. with John Sen- t.t.f J 'I -
Members of the Junior and I'!karik Jr.. of Orlando. Zone president !- f Of National Music Week Here Orchestra the limits of the orchestra's
Senior Walther League of Trinity presiding. Zone officers for : I library.
Lutheran Church are attending ,I the coming year will be elected at Associated is Celebrating National
National Music I Hudson, founder There are about 50.000 granulesof
Observation of ) and honorary ,
Zone Rally In Tampa today. this meeting "
ijffe The STOUP will hear the Rev.Albert Vesper services will begin at 6I Week in Orlando will begin today i!president of the Wednesday Music' Plans Concert finely crushed coal in .the Music Week by Offering This
of each
mouthpiece telephone
and continue through May 11. according -
I I I
H D. Besalski of Orlando as p.m with a banquet at 7.30 pjn. Club. It will also :
I commemorate ------------
_
---- -- to a proclamation received Here "Having Music Wherever You Go"PORTABLES
:the 50th MondayAs
yesterday from Mayor William anniversary of the national
Beardall. :, organization which originated OVER OFF
20%
a special tribute to National i
In issuing the proclamation In Chicago In 1897.
Mayor Beardall urged members of Music Week the Orlando Civic .
RADIOS i Special tribute will be payed to
various musical organizations, aswell 'all mothers escorted by their Orchestra will hold a rehearsal Automatic
as all citizens and individualsto open to the public at the Cathedral
co-operate in making this meeta : daughters. In observation of Mothet's -
School Monday at 8 PJIU, In RadioPhonographsHoward
stimulating success which it so Day. t
rightly deserves. the form of an Informal concert. Table Models
Mrs. John C. Barber president '

WESTINGHOUSE .4. Among the week the is events the White planned Break during will preside at the speakers' table, This will afford the public the Reg Price ....._.94.95
i opportunity to see how the orchestra
RADIOS fast of the Music Club, '''presenting as speakers Mrs. W. C. ] THAT PLAY
Wednesday has progressed since reorganizing Sale Price ...._... 75.00 ANYWHERE!
which will be held Wednesday at Brooker. State president of the.
12 pjn. at Sorosis House honoring :Florida Federation of Music Clubs; ; following activity during Children's Phonographs
Before Mrs Theodore Thomas founderof the war I
buy years.
you Walter
C.
Charmbury of : .
the National Federation of Rollins Those; who play an Instrumentare (Elvctrw w M n4 Wind) PAY AMAZING NEW
a new radio Music Clubs and Mrs. Florence Conservatory: and Dr. Kenneth R. invited Reg. Price ......_.__.__18.50
to join the players and ONLY AUTOMATIC"TOM
be sure to see I -- -- Steady I conductor of the Orlando take part in the concert. The Sale Price ...--....._...13.50
and listen to the Civic Orchestra. :
I (1 program will Include familiar classical THUMB"Portable
THE RADIO I
Other notable guest" and honorary '
KEEN RADIO
and semi-classical numbers,
NEW WESTINGHOUSE RADIOS members who will be present Radios
YOU HAVE I with marches an overture or two inCOLLEGE
are Dr. Christopher O. Honaas
and even some boogie-woogie. The PARK C Compute With Built-in BaHcry
Table Models from $29.95 Combination J99J5 ALWAYS WANTED Dr. Helen Moore. Mme. Charlotte ;: !guests will be able to select the* 2204 rdgewater: Ph. %.1611% Charge
Gero. Miss Olga Llano, and Miss numbers they wish to hear within e Oparatai on AC. C or laharytatt
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HERE TODAY May Porter.. Following, the lunch I --- -- e .rt*, Lilt Thr.. Tims Longer
eon Miss Porter who Is a studentof I l With PaUnUd Charging Fuhai
WALTER J. WILCOX INC.1 Mr. Charmbury will play a a Only S Iftch.t Square and. I
lfV/ group of piano numbers. ASSOCIA TED'S 1M".. High
N k:41' At the close of the program 0 ( 0 4 w lot
Established 1936 Mrs. Thomas P. Parker incoming U G 06e
R X o
[ n 0 a 0 oGp PRICE. .
president will receive the
61 E. Robinson Ave. TeL 2.3751 symbolof $4030COMPLETE
i her new office by Mrs. Barber
retiring president.
The following members are in
For Those Who 3 r charge of the various committees:
Mrs. Robert
Coffey, table decora-
!i tions; Mrs. C. W. Davison and WITH ','-

; DEMAND PERFECTION r o f 'George Mrs. E. Clapham.L. McLeod Robert social Dittrich.: Mmes. I I 77 NAVE yWE,4R1z. ) BATTERIESIt's

tickets, and Mrs. S. N. McKelvey..
hOstess. ..

E'-: ",:,"': Tickets Reservations are $1.75 close and may Monday.be received w d

r : : at from MM C. W. Davison, hit records of the .week
scc3'r 43 E. Yale, or Mrs. Frank P. > t i iI
II, 1 r >
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CLAUDE H. WOLFE, Inc. i''Whitmore, 1028 Edgewater Court. .recorded by
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I .I Another observance of National Stardust tr
Music Week will be a concert by (
RADIO /MONOGRA the student- musicians who entered Hong Kong Blues :
the contest of the National Fed- ; ,4 (
Hoagy Carmichael
eration of Music Clubs on May 16 y
'at Sorosis House at 8:15: pjn This Jack Jock Jack
concert Is being sponsored by the
) Wednesday Music Club assisted by His Feet .Too Big For De Bed

Sorosis .. Andrews Sisters )
0Fin. Musicians who will appear on rI
the program are Miss Olga !Jano, Rhapsody in Blue I

Tampa, Laura King, Hastings-on- Paul Whiteman
the-Hudson; Joanne Byrd. Jack J
sonville, Martha Barkdale, Or- I The Sweetheart of Sigma Chi
ange. N. J.; Carlyle Seymour, i
Wilmington, N. C., Virginia Gi- Iwere. The Whiffenpoof Song
.authentic ftm* ., Sarasota: Kenneth New- I Robert Merrill
od cabinet,ye,but bern, Tampa Michael Mails of I
H.the-.1.gant.a- the great new Connecticut, baritone. ALBUMS: ,
(in*.ring" faiid Duo piano numbers as veil as Waltzes
individual pieces will be given. Ad-
that makti Scott STROMBERGCARLSONS
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26 ltIJt &mth &ftttbttl-&m Orlando, Florida, May 4,, 1947 '1';';''' among them 849 reteruu and

Fewer Jobs 395 women.


Methodists Plan Grooms for i fessional"Job applicant and managerial Include 86, pro-265
100,000

f City e' V 3 Listed aiFSES I I skilled clerical and 343 sales semi-skilled, 143 service and, 243 161


Orlando City Planning and '' new residents within less than respect and governs the character I .Si agriculture. Bruce said. "Tfo
OfferingAssisting 10 I(i''of buildings to be erected in all. seekers Indicate a heavy demandfor
Special I Zoning Board at its next meet- 'I' years. ; Seasonal decline in packing and
of the for 'II tf carpentry, painting sales and
parts city .to'
will be by years
tug May 20. requested '
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-Recognizing that the city'srapid canning plants, hotels and restau-i truck driving positions.
I Chmn. William J. Mullin to suggest I f I come and ties in with the provisions
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in a co-operative effort what further steps may betaken growth already Is underway !I of the city's master thoroughfare : i rants is reflected in the monthly I "With more Job seekers than

to aid Methodism in an ever- i by the city to meet the re- as well as being a factor of''j! plan, all with an eye to report of the Florida State Em-I jobs and with veteran applica-

expanding! Orlando. Methodist i qufrements of a population of the future" the Mayor said''the i I f'the needs of an eventual. city of ployment Service's Orlando office tions running recently as high as
80 for each position listed the
churches of the city and surrounding 100.000 people by 1956. of the City Commissioners have welcomed |1 I'100000. i S hi4? j which shows 64 fewer jolt, opportunities -I local office is intensifying its efforts -
Mullin plans a review EXTENSION OP CITY LIMITS I # s
community will take a special progressive recommendations of than was the ease April 1.I' to find suitable job.openings
Board activities and its recommendations -This I
the main
subject was topic
offering today for newer Methodist 1! "
for these appUcants.He .
I presented. The The office has 176 openings
whenever they are j
churches of the city the Rev. I w : of discussion in eight separate I I
William Harry Moore, pastor of to the Mayor :'" : :..,, I city already has serious growing Board meetings from November. : listed with it. compared with 240 said 965 applicant were
Broadway Methodist Church and i and City Commissioners .. ),.1 I pains and we must take every action 1945 through last month. Primary a month ago C. H Bruce, manager referred to Jobs last month and
chairman of the church extension over )(' necessary to keep pace with object of the proposal was to give ] said' yesterday '! that 503 of them were accepted.
the past several '. ..' its advancement." fire and police protection, garbage
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committee, announced yesterday. I "The greatest demand L t for Unemployment compensation
years to learn '"\ "I Mullin's review of the Board's collection, water and sewer facilities I benefits amounting to $2,368.50
He explained that during the ''what have ,-t.;," workers in soda fountain, steno-,
may minutes revealed its recommendations to protect the health and wel- were paid in Orange County during i
past three years two new Methodist been overlooked. on most of the current prob- fare of hundreds of families liv- graphic, clerical and manufacturing the week ending April 26 to
churches had been established '
locally-Trinity and College Park. I'; and voiced{ a de- lems of city development now ing on the fringe of the city occupations." he explained. ':: 163 persons 73 of them to men

-The latter church although established sire to keep the awakening widespread interest. ,, proper o'x "Total job openings by occupational -I! and 90 to women he aald.
I I city abreast of These included such subjects as: Throughout the State,
payments
a little more than a such organizations i The Mayor and Council endorsed groups include six profes-
is completing a I, PARKING METERS-Board's the Board recommendations : whszfas totaling $140,158.50 an increase of
year, already new as Orlando resolution; of Jan. 21 recommended sional and managerial 69 clerical'
31562.50, made to 8.841
church sanctuary at Princeton Ave. j Utilities and the to the City Council installation and are now proceedingwith and sales 39 service 18 skilled were
and Edgewater Dr. the Rev G. E. !, Southern Bell I of parking meters on the legislation necessary to 21 semi-skilled. 36 unskilled and persons. .,
take in the first two sections of : ate.s. -
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pastor. Telephone Co. in principal business streets, stated three agriculture.
Women's somewhat
voices are
the territory Involved. One will .
The ReT Moore commented their plans for that the estimated revenue in a .
bring the municipal airport I! Applications from 1,639 per. harder to understand over the
that contributions of the same popuMullin two should be at least i _
leaclinl'Jarmen year or within the city limits, and theother Ions seeking work are! on rile telephone than men's.
of the city already jlation objective within 10 years $40.000 a year and that with this will
to furnish
lit serve municipal -
amount to almost $3,000 and was learned. net money in sight no taxpayer services in the new colored -
offerings The Board which operates should to their installation.
that today's special church object section at Lake Mann
will substantially bolster under the provisions of an act of Mayor Beardall said the additional -
this figure.Methodist the State Legislature of 1923 is funds are needed for off-street UNION BUS TERMINALAtthe
composed of seven members, four parking lots to accommodate out- recommendation of Dolive. the .
churches participating of whom are private citizens two 1 of-town visitors as well as local Board recommended the estab- X11 t1.
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in the Church Extension Day ._ ..
are City Commissioners and one citizens. lishment of a city-operated, downtown I ---- -- "' -
:program include First Methodist, ", is ,the City' Engineer. All are ap- City Council on April 23 v passedan I bus terminal and requestedthat CHAMPION SPELLERS: James Hollis Shiver, Lockhart School,
Broadway, Concord Park. Reeves pointed by the Mayor and confirmed ordinance to purchase up to it be designed on a ..scale
Miss Marshall Cherokee Junior
Memorial, Walker Memorial, Goss by City Council. They receive 400 parking meters, and Beardall 1 large enough to handle all city i and Margaret High School
.Memorial. Holden Heights Conway ,I no compensation. immediately appointed a Citizens I and out-of-town buses with facili- champion and runner-up, respectively, in the Orange County

and Winter Park. Present Board members are: 'I'Committee of fiye to make a selection 1 ties for the loading and unloading 'I Spelling Bee Friday night. ore shown with the championship

Mullin. Louis S. Dolive. J. Hale 1 of the type of parking,Hof I all passengers under shelter. \ cup. Both are Eighth Grade students.
About one school child in 15 in Dean M. S. Vergowe. City Com- meters to be used and to. submitits The recommendation pointed out,1- __ __ _
. the United States is handicappedby I missioners George Sipple and J. recommendations back .to that this project would serve to '
some degree of permanent or J. Newell, and City Engineer A. Council for action. remove the buses from the congestion I believe, however, that each busi- }

temporary deafness_____ B. Herndon. MASTER PLAN OP THROUGH of busy downtown' inter- Werly Urges ness today needs a highly special-
ized police force to protect the
Regular meetings are held on STREETS. PRIMARY THO R- sections. I
-WANTED- the third Tuesday of each month; iOUGHFARES AND BOULEVARDSYSTEMFollowing The Council still has this proJect Real Estate public during periods of fast t r
speculative
trading particularly in
SPECIALTY SALESMANMUST all regular meetings are open to a special i before it. Due to long-term
study by. Dean, the Board recommended real estate. )
the public. i leases on downtown property involved -
HAVE CAR i to Council the adop- I' the problem had to be deferred \\'e have the protection In '
Guard 'II
CALL IN PERSON AT 953 Mayor William B ear d all Okay
of designed
I Lion the master plan for future consideration.FIRE the changes proposed in HB
ORANGE AYE.. WINTER PARK voiced hearty endorsement of '
for the future widening and improvement I e
ZONES-In the .minutes 195 he continued. t.
Passage of amendments to the
Sto830AM&430to530PMFlorida : Mullin's plans and offered every ,
of certain thorough-
of four Board meetings, showing
Florida Real Estate law to protectthe
co-operation by the city administration "These much needed changes to
Appliance & Supply CX fares to provide easy/low of heavy conferences with the fire chief
In helping prepare for public on five vital points! wasurged protect the public are being
formerly Horn Insulation Cat traffic into or around the vari- and city building Inspector, are opposed -
I an Influx of more than 40,000 ous sections of a future city of yesterday by Al Werly. by three Legislators by
1 revealed the designations of fireproof -
i president of the Florida Assn. of
statements not founded on fact.
100000. The plan was officially 1 fire resistant and building Realtors.
adopted by Council. Widening of ''code areas in Orlando, and rec-
"JEFFS"FUONB These amendments, contained in Colleen Moore'sFamous
I I TOYS 1
QUALITY Garland Street was ear-marked as ,ommendation to City Council for pending House Bill 195, would: Boonsboro HasWashington

Ear.1303 I-.H. C.ii-N I .inri H.(,\ Project No. 1. adoption, 1. Require residence within the Monument :
S-J7U ** .. rCONTRACTORS City Commissioners last week PARKING LOTS-Requests of State of a licensee:
moved on the Garland projectby downtown merchants for the 2. Protect the public by giving BOONSBORO. Md. [API) If you DOLL HOUSEON
MERCHANTS L TOYLAND Instructing the City Engineerto establishment of city-owned and the Florida Real Estate comm want to :see the Washington monu- :
SEE!: OUR FIXTURE DISPLAYN. I operated parking lots in or near restrain and hold
prepare plans and estimatesof sion authority to ment-the original one that is-!
MILLS ST. IN COLON1Ar.TOWNCALL. _w .. .. cost for the widening of Gar- I the shopping district received in custody the license of a violator i don't go to the nation's capital I II EXHIBITION AT
land Ave. from Central Ave. to adverse recommendations at the until the courts can determine and I You'll find it as the center ofa I
South St. to relieve one of the hands of the Board on the theory protect the rights of the partiesinvolved Maryland State Park. : BRITTS 356 North
. DR. P. D. NAPIER clty'a worst traffic bottlenecks. that city operation would serve : The Boonsboro monument was I Orange Aye.
I only to displace private operation, 3. Provide for the removal of completed July 4, 1827 and is
NERVE SPECIALIST NEW COLORED ZONE -Minutes that the city can't do the Job a disqualified member of the Com- I part of Fort Frederick which was I APRIL 30th THRU MAY 10th
CPFIOTCIGRAPH of many Board meetings from
I CHIROPRACTOR better than private operators, and mission: i built in pre-revolutionary days.
Sept. 4, 1941 through April 16. that city-owned parking lots U NOOK TO>7JB.
Complete OC-roy Laboratory 4. Cure the existing faults of It's a broad, cylindrical structure
1948. showed discussions of various I i
would be lost to the taxroll as
111 Citheart: St. Pho.* 2U7CAUTOMATIC I plans to provide colored citi- bureaus and boards by subjectIng of native stone.Historians '' ADMISSION Adults SOc, Children ROe
I modem exempt from taxation. their findings to the final I say it is the first ,[tax Incl]
uu uu ',uu U dUU n zens of Orlando with a new ,
sanitary and pleasant neigh- The Board recommended an order of the courts; and 'ever erected to George Washington. I
borhood in which to have their alternative plan calling for the 5. Secure the right of equit- I SPONSORED BY

homes and businesses. These deliberations city's purchase of cheap land on able and speedy trial and justice .
resulted in the ulti- the outskirts of the city or out- before an established court of'' The weight of finished gem diamonds ORLANDO LIONS CLUB FOR THEIR

mate endorsement and recommen- side the city limits, if necessity : record. is only about one 320,000.- BRAILLE I SCHOOL for the BLIND
dation for the establishment of ; compels and the establishmentof I Declaring he was "opposed; to 000th part of the weight of mate- :i I I
Washington Shores. This resIdential parking lots thereon, provided bureaucrats," Werly stated: "We rial taken from a diamond mine '

project for colored residentson flv -minut bus service and
the shores of Lake Mann out- five-cent fare to the shopping I
side the Southwest corner of Or- center could be arranged

lando city limits has since received "When we as members of 'the h

nationwide acclaim. :: Planning and-Zoning Board said
The Mayor and City Commis- i! Mullln. "visualize the future Or- r
/RON sioners have just passed legisla- lando with an additional 40,000
tion asking the State Legislatureto people living here together with a/Jetble
provide for the annexation of the 52.000 persons already here
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this area Orlando, so that sewer,,i all of them traveling between the
and water mains, paving, city residential sections and the busi-
services police and fire protec- ness centers crowding the shop-
tion and city transportation can ping areas entertaining additional 4 .
be furnished. thousands of visitors, in stores
ZONING AND RE-ZONING and on streets already congested A MODERN HEATING( ,

This subject involving the com- 'we realize that the city has a great I .. SYSTEM '
plete revision of the zoning law obligation to prepare for It and a ; 1 A
governing the 'use of property 'big Job ahead." LESS COST ,, 1\ J Jt
throughout Orlando is covered in
the Board's deliberations In 12 The colony of Aleut Indians on .op-
meetings during 1946. With the the Pribilof islands practically hibernates -
assistance of Herbert Flint, dis- in \V!nter because of
tinguished city; planning engineer, strong winds whicli make it vir- NEVER FAILIN&IN5TA "" '
the task finally was completed and tually impossible to stand erect
Associated It first fe recommended to Council for out of doors. EFFICIENT Ifj SERVICE... COOKING,
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_Mrs. Metta Dorn ',Eras a.f'b Re.klne yEad/Tkdlk lll7tb/aekM Orlando Florida May 4, 1947 r Hhf+ f>tmfmtt ''''ftt'bf( ; '"-Page 2-r I

oidNames Amy Prances Lawton McCall Irene Margaret RussellMsrjon. Williams 1 Rollins Student Set .._- -- ---- -----

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.Winter Park, Dies Cornelia Bradihew ELEMENTARY>,f Stnrnl I New Manager Blind Luck Comes | MISNOMERSAmerican
elk is
'.* Mrs. Metta A. Dorn 75, a resident t! 435 TeachersI Mary Dorothy Adtlalds mucbtoa Farls Alt Viola*. Tempi.Tlchenor t I IH I To Aid of Cupid mountain goat is an a antelope wapiti our our

'of' Winter Park the last alxara. ,, Ethel-lee Pay Johnson UnAs.sk Mary Dorothy Louise White WeJler I i For Gotham Audition : Appointed'For i' BERKSHIRE. Mass. IUPJ A1 I L,buffalo. la a bison and the caribouIs

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f4+ died Saturday following art I, i i|Iflirabeth: Rm ON.il. Jessie Beatrice Weeds Wllsoapailln. landlord who played "pin the don- reindeer.

illness. She Is survived by is a list of the 435 Stella karborou.aMuJ' J' key" is credited with an "assist" !I'1----
Store
:'ner husband, Albert A. Dom of teachers. Including 96 Negroes HALEY ELEMENTARY Shepherd Miss Madge Martin, theater arts major at Rollins' Jewelry by a Berkshire couple who planto ;! FREE OFFER forDeafened
Louise Adams Ann. Page College, will leave for New 'York where she wed soon. Vera Linke and John 1
today City '
16-5 Highland Rd. Winter Park; who were reappointed by the Or- Thelma David Panibel Spentler : Appointment of Aaron Werner as Persons
Virginia Davidson Msble SwopeJennl. will have an audition tomorrow Gentile couldn't get married because -
at Broadhurst Theater
of County School Board during Adelaide Willis of the Ray .Jewelry Co. For
manager troubled
a brother Herbert; Armstrong ange Harris they ran an advertisementin people who are by
Grinelle. Ia., and two sisters Mrs. :' a special meeting Friday Alice Xlndsey Mason Ruth Rosalie WKtenstelnMatilda Whit. *with* the well-known actress Helen Hayes as judge. store, 14 .Orange Ave., was an- a newspaper the same day thata I hard-of-hearing this may be the
School Superintendent Ruth H. Whltebead This outstanding offer for a college student to Berkshire I means of life
"'Pred Laras, Hart, Mich. and Mrs. I County Mollle W. McGraw camp nounced yesterday by its owner, landlord closed his starting a new. full
'Judson Walker said that recom- MARKS ST. Jewel ELEMENTARYDorothy Lewter Miss Martin yesterday and if'she eves and stuck pin in the "apart- with all the enjoyment of sermons -
George H. Walker Cedar Rapids, mendations from several districts Aldred Cone Csln Men Mason wins in the audition contest she Abe LefkowiU. ment wanted" section to find a music friendly companionship. -

"la. are yet to be received. 0111. Xscard: Elisabeth Ray Perdue will be awarded a one-year contract Weiner, with more than 25 new tenant. : It is a fascinating brochure

,Services will be held at 3:30: p.m. I The list: ..Alberta Sadie Parris Parrls Louise Vera Weeden t with Robert Porterfield's years experience in the Jewelry ---- -- -- -- called -Pull-tone Hearing" and Is
i '' Martha H.rrop "0111. Wilber Barter Theater In Abingdon Va. business, came now available without charge.
Park Methodist Did "Diamond Jim"
the Winter Have
Tuesday SENIOR MIOMMm Eileen: Johnson I t
Agnew Dorothy UcVUklqVshsji PRINCETON ELEMENTARY This State theater which appeared here from New Deafened persons acclaim it as a
Church. The Rev. Kenneth Blskcy Mrlna I Llllie Brown M.ud Moor. I here last Winter in two Bern. N. C.. practical guide with advice and
Stomach Ulcer Pains?
officiate. Marvin Maid BrewUa Ruth X: UierI Caldwell Davids Jessl.l McCollurs is made almost or
Rogers will Bell Brook' .. MillerMildred Harriet Dunn Clara TsTlorMsrlon plays, up entirelyof where he recently ( encouragement of great value. If
:t:Pittman Funeral Home of Winter Aon Bruce Murphy Klledt. Mildred Wolf professional actors, or those sold a store. It I. birdie like* that Diamond Jim Brady you would\ like a free copy send
J. M. Brumb.mh Mildred Nelson P.,. Poote Man Wlckf who have had Broadway experience He Intended his] could have eaten so voraciously If he your name and address on a penny
Park Is In charge of the funerals lulls Campbell Paul O'Nell Dolores Klunk Je.a MsUhewsArabelle suffered after-eatiDE. paint. Sufferers who
Annto loll Carter Leos OiboraUl Reeves I'' or are recommended by professionals Florida trip as a] have to Day the peasJty of stomach or I I postcard and ask for "Full-tone
arrangements. Friends are request Loll Carter Pardue> WEST CENTRA ,ELEMENTARY by such auditions as the vacation, but he] >: ulcer pain Indiititlon. gas pains, heart Hearing. Write BELTONE Dept.
Clifford rbercii PbilUps Berths Ouch Thelraa ...N." .. burn burning sensation bloat and other
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Clifford Shtheen Klliab.th Rsnkln by Lefkowitz. andold Uds.. Get 25e box of Udie Tablets ni. Also show
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re- friend who
a
ether student from Rol- be hard-of-
i may
8srsJi Perrel 1. P. Smith Martin Josephine Terry +bW or return box to us and set DOUBLE"
Helen Grhs.mLortns Ann Stone Phyllis McP.rlandfora"" Tyler lin* were Invited but stepped main in Orlando. YOUR MONET BACK, .Ads hf'arlnr.--Aav.
Hendry John Lorens a Thomas Thomse ORLO VISTA- ELEMENTARY: eut to make way for Miss Mar As soon as he .: : ----- --
Lois Holbrook Martha Irwln Prances Johnson
Frank Hudson EUubeth Tinkler APOPKA tin. Tbe general Impression on can find a suit- .
Csrltsls Hushes Marie TrevUtoUiU Mrs Orlln Mitchell Mrs. Xssl outer the campus seemed to be that able home he Weiner
Julian Hrer Robert Verktni Emily J.ckion Edith Gorton
t Leland Klrat Paul Warner Margaret Clark Winifred Beck the Is the most talented actress plans to bring his family here
e Irene LJcbthlser Helen Baaa Mrs. Verna Plane Ms be I Handel to grace the Annie Russell .g from New Bern.Orlando .
Robert McEmber Edwin R. WaiU Mrs. Dorothy Owens Howard Beckerl
Srclyn McKnUreCHCftOHCC Mrs Kitty Stewart Jmet Rogers Theater stare la many years. h a w.ndenui elt,."
: JR. H10N C. P. Whitney Elisabeth Hudson The other two students are Weiner said. The sunshine and
Lcona Arbuthnot Virginia Martin Mrs Ruby H.rtood Sarah Westsrbsk
Lcror Barnett Serer Maynard ".. Earls Wellborn Stella Thicker Anita Rodenbaeck; and William beautiful lakes make It a per-
Margaret Baulk Dorothy N7.Clstr. 1 Mrs. Ulsy Thompson Harry BstHls Barker. The latter said he was led place to live.
Bomcarner Robert OrrPatricia WINTER PARK. NIGH to aside "for Madge, .,
PlekardDtlBhs pleased step "'''' -
Winifred Could.ry Anne W. Compton Ann. M. Neal '' "I am much business -
impressed by
Andy Dtckeraon Lillian Donnelly Ru..tBeul.h Ruth B. Green Olive J. Park f here and by the progressive 1
she does.
EchoU: Dorothy Belt Alice L. Heir Jean 10(. PoutsenAllen f golden opportunity, .. wins audition. I attitude of the merchants" b
Mary EUiworth Sooerta Smith J. Jones Julia P. Smith This showed a wonderful and .. .
Howard Penner Mary Stebblo.Mary Osyl. Kelley Adrian 1. Stocks!* ;, almost unheard of unselfishness I _
Anna Ford TUlai Mary Kelly Louis. E. Watklnii (
Mildred Otbb Dom Vines.Lysnieuns Leah R. Keoata Pran'a Welss.nb.rier 'I and comradeship among students.
9fIS BaJne Nvra Walker Luell. Lyle Mix WeUsenbener i i i and the campus Joined in andwithin 1 1i .
Bxpectmqaf/aBy/ Nine Hill Plork Matter Huge S. Miller If.r.tt L. Rob.rU the
: e Mildred Lied C. Q. Payne Cornells Lancaster late Wharton 'i I a few minutes after I
....O..L. J., HION WINTER PARK ELEMENTARY: good news came, were subscribingthe Y.

:: ot i r'*Friend massaging prep*.. Esther Prances Burke Aikvoa Clio Rosemary Metcatt UeOUneny Beryl Alice Bowman C.mpbeU Constance Edith ..ath.Bsrvty.... necessary funds for Miss Mar-

TVati0a helps bring*an.,4 comfortto .3. Burdlck PatUe Monet Elisabeth: MeNesl Pare Peterson i tin's transportation and necessary
EMma Caldwell Mst.ll.en Ramadan Martha Ptaeeek Gladys Bookbardt I I expenses while In.New York. :
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expectant Cnarrlene Craig Jane Coates Anna Reese
ReTCrl Damn Clarence Rumpf Jan. McKee Cleo Lent I I' Miss Martin, daughter of Mr.
rBTEKD. *n eiaulslUJy Ira Otbeauli Jewel Scarborv Helen Suck Elisabeth Wilson and Mrs. J. P. Martin of Orlando, r4'e
.moment, la useful tn nU Margaret Pile Ethel Bugle Anna Qlrardeau Nosey Dlxon
condition*where A bland mild .nodyn.mawp Paul Goodman Leonard 8tttkOlera > Flora Harris Vera Kech is a Rollins Junior, and appearedthis K. /
medium In attn, lubrication todesired. Sarah Goodman TinpennyMartuertta CONWAY ELEMENTARY. year in the lead of Antigone 1y
On condition la which woraca Edna Mae Heads Tlsue Lena Putat. Mary Vsurbsa and had leading roles In Kind
for nor than 70 rn bar used It Lan Elisabeth Haley Id. K. Tiller M.bel Berber '
application for maasaclns the body Anna Hrfol Elliabeth Lena OCOECX i, Lady, Victoria Regina Seven Sisters L Z ih )
Patricia Johnson Marvin P. PuesboaMallard A. Newberc Ass L. Shook Wonderland. r.
during pregnancy..If kelp keep th* ': and. Alice In ,
kin soil and pllsbl....thu. avoldlncunnsccnarr H. LawCONCORD Marion O. Barker Mary Arco fl1
dtecom/ort due to drrnew PARK ELEMENTARY J. W. Compton Zen W. Harper While at Orlando Senior High
Rbea ... Anderson Florida Howard La Dora Dew.r Sadie W. Cannon -
and tooea the School she active mem-
and tiintntirt.It rctrtahe. WM an
Vlrtan Burke Martaret LsssltsrMorlta Mrs L S. DID Opal Martin
-a.ttn.Anlde.lmssug..pDliatlonfortbs1mp Clark Kathryn Mabsrd Laurence Grooter. Jennie Nelson' ber of the Thespians and returned ; wrL
.ttnfltSK or burning sensations of
Laura Craig Albert T.ti.rtMatty Lois rooters Evelyn NewbercJ. to Rollins ibis semester : 9 L
th akin.tor the tired back muscles
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or Q.mp-1Ikspainsinth lets. Quickly with'the .
Miriam Bards Thelma Wilson Alderson Propp. Helen Watson after a season Cleve-
bsorbed. DeUgnttultova = Hlghlr DELANEY ELEMENTARY Alberts Scott Drotby w. Wurit ,+i
praised\ tor vaera.-many I doctors) and Edith Blekford Eleanor Lund.ulst WINTER GARDEN-OAKLAND land Play era.i JL
nuTM. UJlloni of bottle sold. Just assay ::: Josephine Dar'.. Emily McKtMie LAKEVICW HIGH
drutrlrt for Mother'. Friend-the drover Sell French. Mary Nest Ellen Dooley Iris K. Roans i "This is absolutely terrific she i 1
kin emollient and lubricant Do try ItMother's Blanch Hammond Dorothea William James O. Eddy Ruth Wheat / 1 tdTERIOa .f
Myrtle Howell Hasel Sheffield Jsmes A. Mobley Margaret Shotw.ll exclaimed yesterday upon receiving NIGHTMARES BOTHERING YOU ?
Lisa:" Lawson Martha Bt...._ Ulll. Taylor ; the news. "I hope I will prove REPAIRS I
Friend GRAND. AVC. ELEMENTARY. Warren D St.veni Laurence OroolersTbeo. i
i Mildred Cbenoweth Nub O'DeD P. Wi.denbeek Elisabeth: Starr : worthy of all the faith my friends o an..a 5-
'1. Pauline Ball Charlotte Btlenhan TILDENVILLC ELEMENTARY. hare In me. and even If I do not
-- --- I Myrtle Arlene Becker Tildea' J.net NeWs Johnston W.Mr. ,i' win I will learn something in the I Perhaps your mattress is at fault? Replace a sleep

aiiwwwene.saersRnwweMMUmunuul.naWnnnt.numannlNmnuNa. ,. NUtsuouvenwnualnll' WINTER GARDEN ELEMENTARY i effort." Ii I
: Ina S. Henderson Margaret Holbrook i MAKING PLANS FOR with
; i I Annie Laurie Hall Annie T. Stevens I --- -- t destroying, lumpy mattress a skillfully made
Grace Campbell. Annie Crete PhenlxClarice
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; Venetian Courtney Journttan Clifford Gertrude Dickens ,Otella I Edith Rosa L.R.C.Hawkins Hawklni, Leora Dollle A.W.Walker TJJlm.n INTERIOR REPAIRS? innerspring mattress from RUSS MATTRESSCOMPANY.

I FAIRVILLA ELEMENTARY w... TJ Henderson Alma :B, Washington .. Box springs to match insure extra
I Mary Cadmaa Opal Johnson Rosa M. Hopkins Thelma C. Wilkins
Ahntra Nelson Dorothy L. Wllllame
Luelle B James'
rI UNION ELEMENTARY Theresa M. Jenkins Celeste C. Parrlah I Come on into Pittman's and let" our friendly restfulness.

; Blinds ? y i Hoae U..cllPINK CASTLE : Callle D. Johnson APOPKAJohnnie staff help you plan a practical, efficient repair
Maude- noffner Eulalla D Atkins
L. Barra Ruth TJ. Jennings '
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'I t Preda Tryon Preda Boblen 1 i Mildred A. Board Ernestine R. Steward j program! See our new showroom and factory.. Sec the fin-
I Virginia a.11faDtlP Martin Saute X. Moor CasonAlfreda Wooden I

I ordered. my "Beau!r ; Ines O'Dell c. John. Mary W. J. Gordon BrownEssie Mary Alice Jenkins PLYMOUTH Annie Ruth Butler i We have all of the top-quality materials" you'llneed I ished product. see the mattresses and box springs

t Beula U Huller Lucy Humble WINTER PARK i I for the
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I Bilt" Blinds from i Myrtle M.r.sales W. H. Reed. Stuale Jackson Oertrud. Stewart prices suit : being made in the most modern mattress factoryin
LOCKHART ELEMENTARY Edythe Sykes Margaret H. BryantRosalia i i YOUR budget!
'LouUe Evans Lola Brady Kelker Rosa Eiehelberter Central Florida.
I. Kadbill-lbty; offer Julia Barnes Cornelia Msbsaey Ednhe: Bradshsw Eddie JacksonIda
I Ethel Wan Rita Powell Mae Staffers Ruby 5.0Clara I
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i j UNION PARK Juanlta C Mull: Albert P. Combs I I
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Kathleen Patterson Lois Warren 1! Aialeo W.
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I NOTHING DOWN, $5 PER MONTH f fi : Dills Ka Lou Holt Lila D. MrKewi i
I LIST O' NEGRO TEACHERS APPOINTEDFOR Martha Mewing ClTde B. Nixon
SELECTION OF COLORS I SCHOOL YEAR' 1M7-4S EATONVILLKi : 1122 W. Church St.
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i. Page 28 % fcrotteg $itinrl-&ter Orlando, Florida, May 4, 1947 Of Brahman Steers

Citrus II:
Marketing
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Citrus Maturity Alfalfa IT AL CODY
Profitably Grown Our{ Own Staff Correspondent?

OCALA-When Brahman cattle begin arriving here

Study Wins Support Tuesday for the First Brahman Steer Show and Sale, it

Study DroppedThe On Farms I will mark the first time in the history of the Southeastern

Orange County States, and possibly of the nation that Brahman steers-

f. Marketing problems of the nation's burgeoning? citrus ,I and only Brahman 'steers-have competed in a fat cattle

I crop will be given a prominent position in the program of The Parm Bureau has The theory that alfalfa can note 1 snow. 4

I study under the Research and Marketing Act of 1946 when discontinued its consideration of > profitably grown In I There will be more than 75 animals er dressing percentage of edible
Florida proposed legislation raising citrus has been dispelled by Kurt shown at this event the
r funds are appropriated by Congress, represent-
maturity standards. Exec Sec. sponsoring Southeastern Brahman meat with superior marbling qual-
of Rt. Two In the Forest
,. atives on the Citrus Advisory A Committee reported yester- John Ford reported yesterday.This section and John Breeders' Assn. predicts through ities can be produced at home.
day.r action followed a survey by ederika Dr. east of Sales Mgr. R. G."Bob" Herrmann. Cattlemen who enter the 'show
Two Orlandoans. Dr. Wayne of the California Fruit Growers ChIn. J. C. Morton of the organization's Jut. both admit soil and t' There is a snappy threedayprogram must have their Brahmans halter
Reitz and Raymond D. Robinson, plantings citrus department of broken to show them Individuals
Exchange,predicted new moisture are the secrets of planned and enough as -
are members of the committee, would produce a 250 million box Farm Bureau's In citrus countieson success. top quality Brahmans will be but pens and carlots need
which met recently' in Washington. crop In 1952. as compared with higher maturity standards Ufer has been growing shown to make U ''Worth the not be. Nearly $1500 In premium
The third Floridian Is A. V. present .production of 200 million recommended by State and Fed- for six years. His average while of any commercial eatUe- money Is being provided by the
Saurman of Clearwater. eral research units. has Brahman Assn. and the South-
boxes. been around six tons men or purebred breeders who
"Because of the definite possibility "On the whole the Industry eastern Fat Stock Show.
acre. His cost not Herrmann said.
can attend
given the No.
Marketing was
citrus production
that :
proved unfavorable te making labor has been around $60
will Increase by 25 per cent In 1 spot on the research programby the changes suggested," Ford acre. The present high : Entries must be In their pens In 1939 Britain was the world's
the next five years, the committee the committee with new asserted. fertilizer Is reflected In this : by 7 p.m.Tuesday but aside from leading exporter of livestock.
has urged that high prioritybe. methods of processing and new ; that.nothing of general Interest Is
riven to research toward uses placed second In the Indus- Only three counties Marion His six tons of.hay figured planned. On Wednesday. begin-
broadennig the outlets for cit- try's needs.Improved Lake and Volusia. supported the day's market saved him$372 1. y of feed.
standards.The .
higher maturity
REPAIRREROOF
Dr. Belts explained. of three
rus. uled for Individuals, pens
quality and better pro
Alfalfa in
Farm Bureau secretary- Florida must be ,
"Because of its expanded production and carlots in classes for half-
duction practices were rated as plained that "Several months ed as an annual and the seed
ago REPAINT
citrus ranks as one o breeds crossbreds grades and
fourth In present .
third and re-
each October
our citrus department asked State Just after the
the nation's agricultural commodities -
purebreds.
quirements."The and Federal research men to col- have stopped. If the best Don't Modernize Now
most urgently needing mar- As an added attraction a feed-
most Important problemnow Delay
laborate In formulating possibly are to be obtained. Ufer f
keting research. ers' sweepstakes is planned-with 34 Months to Pay.
la getting rid of what w e are
Improved standards for citrusfruits. his ground as one would for
"Insofar as getting underway as entries restricted to Brahmans See us: we arrange: all detail
producing under good merchandising .. crop,and firms or rolls the i:%) Interest No Mortgage
possible a marketing 1500 more.
quickly as on weighing pounds or
and quality programs Dr. "We asked them to recommend after having sown the seed.
research program when these Only singles and pens of three will
funds are provided we believe Reitz"The said.developing of new merchandising specifications which, if he has foundis essential to a be judged In this class according Wilson Leonard
citrus merits and will receive rapid the studyof applied as standards, would i stand.: to the premium list which was
.action. techniques assure better consumer accept- Most Florida soils, believe r formulated by Milton R. Thomas. Hardware .
and
demands finding:
At the Washington conference of new consumer outlets are of primary im- ance of Florida citrus, without and Volkert are too acid for Sarasota breeder who was chair- 4Z W. Central Ph. 2.21r1See ,),
the committee's chairman, F. R. to and : too greatly delaying fruit :therefore' an application of man of the planning committee.Sale Our Classified Adsl f
Wilcox assistant general manager portance of citrus.every" grower movements ,1.200 to 1,500 pounds of of the fat animals will begin -
shipper "Our scientific friends worked per acre is used. Ufer has
Exact allocation of research I : at 2 pjn. on Thursday. In the
pro long and Intelligently, and came .a 4-8-8 fertilizer aA arena of the Southeastern Fat
Best Trailer.Shop grams by the U. S. Departmentof out with a report which was 20 pounds each of Stock Show and which Is located
Agriculture under the act will
submitted generally to the,Industry .manganese copper and about two miles north of Ocala on Whatever your hardware
To Go be an administrative function of for and the ton gives the bests
Awnings Ready study possible use. the Jacksonville highway.
the USDA In Washington.
Upon receiving' unfavorable reaction ,Half a ton of this } kd "This show will demonstrate needs, always visitWYCKOFF'S
2225 W. Washington
on the proposed Increased applied when preparing the the superiority of Brahman before
Britain less than
was producing
Dial 6894 standards Morton wrote County and the other half is put you
& .breeding in this territory
one-third of the food she consumed -
} [On Winter Garden Road in 1939. Farm Bureau's asking for meetingsto lowing the first cutting Thomas declared, "bringing buy
r poll opinion. on the recommen- all the fertilizer needed forcibly to the attention of the
dations. six month's crop commercial cattleman the ad-
"In response to this requestfor ,Ufer who makes his first vantages of cattle sired by LAWN MOWERS

..ri.FOR THE HONE grower reactions, only 'when the plants have Brahman bulls and grown under -
FIND IT Marion, Lake and Volusia counties ,heighth of 18 Inches at the prevalent range condi-
A Store Full of the Things Needed Every Day would have had the Florida .weeks. The plants will give a tions of the Southeast"He
CiO tOBTMBY'S Whether Cooking or Cleaning. Farm Bureau push the matter of hay with stems of added that the cattle will
farther at this time," Ford re- :ly the same length each demonstrate to packer buyers and
TeL 6104 Household DepL ported. I until June when the whole the consuming public that a high-
"Preponderant sentiment In dies under the sun and rains.
" other counties being negative no I The hay which Ufer raises
Joseph BUMBY Hardware Go, farther efforts are being made to I the grass pasture carries his SEPTIC TANKS

iw W. okays St. promote the application of higher cows,the year around under DRIVE east of and BUILT-INSTALLED
Conway
standards." milk: production with only a REPAIRED
pound supplemental has raised this season. The plants are The use of strong lye or acids
t TREE PLANTERST. dairy feed.Volkert long and the yield is heavy. Experienced In your plumbing system Is

.AUGUSTINE-One hundredand got his East and West say they have seen no detrimental to the septic tank.Approved
fifty St. Johns County farm- grow alfalfa from Ufer. by State
GROVE OWNERS ers and others attended a recent his first season and those The cost is approximately $60 per Board of Health {

: demonstration of a new tree enced In growing the not counting labor. PLUMBING REPAIRSBy
Ig< planter that sets out about 10,000 North and in the West say licensed Plumber New lightweight deluxe model
trees a day: County Agent RossV. have never seen a better Volkert has kept no records on Rubber-tired precision-built to
MAKE MORE MONEY Swartsel said. anywhere. In his yield but It is heavy. He follows 401 W. Concord Phone 4766 groom your lawn properly.
Volkert was late In much the same fertilizer planas I am a member of American I Such famous names as Dag-
seed. It being the last of In this Ufer. but is convinced that Society of Sanitary Engineer lish. Diamond. Reading and
ber before he got around to It on until farmers in this section can Glenn I. Holliday I Reo. Priced from-
OK BULLDOGWEED
WITH CITRUS CROPS unlike Ufer, he permitted that provide themselves with an artificial i
grow until the plants drier they will not get the Ii .j $15.95LAWN
FROM IRRIGATED GROVES CUTTERand which took 105 days. coming full value out of their alfalfa
plants were better than 24 crops. WELLS DRILLEDAnywhere
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In SPRINKLERS

J' IRRIGATION yields higher returns because LAWN MOWERPOWER FLORIDAANT: I $1.25 to $6.95
Celery Crop Refund I
it increases the production per acre. Improves { I

i- the quality of your fruit insures your crops I
i. against dry weather losses. and puts extra Survey Shows SIZE GARDEN HOSE

f' money into your pockets. It pays to irrigate. Gas Tax ANY DEPTH .25 ft _._____$2.59 up
It

Acreage Cut FOR HOME- 50 ft ........___.$6.95 up
IRRIGATION the continuous development
assures ly MAYME HODGKIN' farmers of five of the seven cent RANCH:
and normal growth of your trees. i LEAF RAKES
[Our Own Staff gasoline will result in more money OR GROVEWe
r It helps to produce full bloom at the
proper SANFORD-A
grower's John Ford of the. Florida Farm Wide Selection
r time and to hold it on the tree. It also helps shipper's survey of celery In Guarantee

to set the fruit and to bring on early maturityand area shows there is left in $1e up
better fruit sizes.IRRIGATION area.. Zellwood and Oviedo is supporting a bill introduced in_:the Water or Ne

; acres of Golden and 562 State legislature by Rep. Richard 1 Pay WYCKOFF'S has one of
Pascal.In Simpson of Monticello which would
effect the refund. We will glady Central Florida's largest

EQUIPMENT Golden the and Northern 170 Pascal districts "Most farmers now are using lire you stocks of garden tools. Remember -

The Sarasota Is fax-free fuel oil instead of gasoline : WYCKOFFS"Where -
crop I
I Hi h.p four motor. Cut everything including gasoline tax." Ford Explained.
PIPE PUMPS.ENGINES under brush. There are approximately: Mores"WYCKOFF'S
acres In that territory.It "With the nickel refunded leav !
WHEELS! IS" high. Placed on side ing two cents ear-marked for pay- '1 36 Monthsto
to five maximum clearance and no is reported that Sarasota ing county road bonds many
ENGINEERING: SERVICE ESTIMATES GIVEN Interference. Is only fair and that "set" on would change over to gasoline. Fay
around 500 left in Bel Central
acres "The two cents going to roads il
COMPLETE IRRIGATION SYSTEMS PUSHES! Lets effort than a hand-
mower. with yields light and start then would Increase this source of TUXEDO FEED and 1IDW.
only fair. Central Florida I for a road money from the present estimated LIBBY & FREEMAN STORE
EDGES! Along curbs. road margins are around one-third lighter $42.000 to an expected Ph. -81
711 W. Church St. Tel. 9869 2524 S. Kohl Are.
NG DF etc. Cuts hangover grass. they were last year. yes $28.000 per year' within a short I
The Spring cabbage heavy .
time.
DIGGING Blade cannot dig. Feather -
weight mower. Coats. Can be turning up yields off a light Ford said that a survey of
raised V to $'. per cent of last year. tree other States revealed that this
mostly ordinary because of I I was their experience with 41
AT LAST A POWERFUL LIGHTWEIGHT ter freeze damage. Cabbage after now refunding at least a por-
MOWER. WEEDCUTTEKnd : continue for
about two size of tion of the road tax on gasoline
CLEANUP MACHntLMcClelland :
A few tender green beans used off-the-highway in farm .
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mortar now and will which tractors.
Equipment Co. for about three weeks. being "Hie partial refund we are ask-
the to authorize
Sweet corn is In poor shape February ing Legislature
826 N. MIAMI AVE. most fields poor.The yields t right," I would cost the State nothing In
RO.BOX 3749-PHONE61I8630 administration would enable
CHURCH ST. our
light because of the freeze
MIAMI, FLA. there Is little likelihood of this "farmers to use more economical
, being ready for market in spread equipment In their competition DEMING PUMPSFOR j
area before the latter four with farmers in 41 other States
and would refund
all va- more money
May.
IN STOCK FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY! than Squash made a better 10 knock-days. for present road system purposes" he than declared.does the HOME OR IRRIGATION
was previously
.
and there will be about
cent of the normal move tlI T /, ':

FWD Trucks Jaeger 105 name, de-of I I L J KOHLER LIGHT PLANTS

CompressorHypressure Veterans Offered CHECKS CASHED FASTER
at'Fat-Cull'T.11er N*. I Wl.4*.l
are
Galion Dump Bodies 800 TO 10,000 WATT
Weekly ClassesIn and were Something Nwl Try It! w:,
Jenny Tell U. What Vmi Think..f It!
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Barco HammersDisston (. Steam Cleaners Agriculture I r....1 I.*.tt J__ CorpmtlM

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Chain Saws International U-2, are training In agriculture G.M DIESEL POWERFOR
U-4 and U-6 Power being held at the Ocoee SUMMER.
Dixie Logger Units tural building every MILL OR IRRIGATION 1
night by Robert Douglas f

ter Garden. .
Rogers Low-Bed The classes are scheduled -
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Pulpwood Saws Trailers 7:30 to 10:30 pan, and are
to any veteran who owns FARMCO ALUMINUM PIPE
leases land or works for
I. JAE E PUMPS
approved agricultural firm. j FOR IRRIGATION
I Classes are being taught
Capacities 2 to 4 inch rus ornamentals livestock IN STOCK

WE DISTRIBUTE A COMPLETE LINE OF poultry.farm machinery Shop. work training and SINCE

CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRIAL LOGGING offered.
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Phone 4603 LAKELAND. FLORIDA P. O. Box 1511 Just the Thing I

Local Representative: W. Finley Mason. Phone 2-3411 Orlando For That New Home E. W.: ANDRE PresidentORLAl1D0FLORI }

Jacksonville Miami Savannah-Warcros* Holloway Concrete & CO. I IJD .A

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I Citrus I Page 28 h? fcratfoig ttitutrl-&ter Orlando, Florida, May 4, 1947 : Of Brahman Steers


Marketing
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Citrus Alfalfa ly AL CODY
Maturity Profitably Grown {Our Own Staff Correspondent

OCALA-When Brahman cattle begin arriving here

Study Wins SupportMarketing Tuesday for the First Brahman Steer Show and Sale, it

will mark the first time in the history of the Southeastern
Study DroppedThe On
Orange County Farms'i i States, and possibly. of the nation that Brahman steers-

problems of the nation's burgeoning citrus and only Brahman steers-have competed in a fat cattle,

crop will be given a prominent position in the program of Florida Farm Bureau has The theory that alfalfa can not -Ie ok'.N. show. H.

study under the Research and Marketing Act of 1946 when discontinued: Its consideration cit-of be profitably grown In Florida. yy ...'wo.>>.... x.f .,.- "" "'..,. ,.':':\ There will be more than 75 ani- er dressing percentage of edible
proposed legislation raising has been Kurt Ufer mals shown at this event the
funds appropriated by Congress Florida represent- dispelled by ; '
are ,
rus maturity standards Exec Sec. of ; sponsoring Southeastern Brahman meat with superior marbling Qualities -
Rt. Two in the Forest City
atives on the Citrus Advisory. Committee reported yester- John Ford reported yesterday. section and John Volkert of i Breeders' Assn. predicts through can be produced at home.
cay.-- n This action followed a survey by Frederika Dr., east of Conway Sales Mgr.R. G."Bob" Herrmann. Cattlemen who enter the show
Two Orlandoans Dr. Wayne I of the California Fruit Growers Chm. J. C. Morton of the organi- But both admit soil and proper There is a snappy three-day must have their Brahmans halter
Reitz and Raymond D. Robinson zation's citrus department of 'h% broken to show them as individuals -
moisture
Exchange predicted new plantings are the secrets of their .. program planned, and enough
are members of the committee would produce a 250 million box Farm Bureau's in citrus countieson success.. '..:,. ..:':- top quality Brahmans will be but pens and carlots need
which met recently in Washington. crop in 1952 as compared with higher maturity standards Ufer has been growing alfalfafor .. .., shown to make it worth the not be. Nearly $1500 in premium
The third Floridian is A. V. recommended by State and Federal .'
money is being provided by the
present production of 200 million six years. His average yield ::':- while of any commercial cattlemen -
Saurman of Clearwater. boxes. research units has been around six tons to the ,': or purebred breeders who Brahman Assn. and the Southeastern -
"Because of the definite possibility "On the whole the industry Fat Stock Show.
Marketing given the No. acre. His cost not counting' his ean attend Herrmann said.
that citrus production was
proved unfavorable to making labor has been around $60 to the .
will Increase by 25 per cent in 1 spot on the research programby the changes suggested" Ford acre. The present high cost of '. Entries must be In their pens In 1939 Britain was the world'sleading
the next five yean the committee the committee with new asserted. fertilizer is reflected In this ..:0 ':/ by 7 pjn. Tuesday. but aside from exporter of livestock.
has urged that high prioritybq methods of processing and new cost. : that.nothing of general interest is
in the Industry's Only three counties. Marion. His six tons ofhay figured on today's
given to research toward uses placed second x x planned. On Wednesday begin-
broadening the outlets for cit needs.Improved Lake and Volusia supported the market saved him $372 worthof ning at 10 aon.. judging is scheduled -
rus." Dr. Belli explained. higher maturity standards.The feed. for individuals pens of three REPAIRREROOF
and better
quality pro- Farm Bureau secretary explained Alfalfa in Florida must be treated -
"Because of Its expanded pro- and carlots in classes for half-
duction practices were rated as that "Several months as an annual and the seed sown
ago REPAINTDon't
duction citrus ranks as one of breeds crossbreds grades and
the nation's agricultural commodities third and fourth In present re- our citrus department asked State each October Just after the rains purebreds.

most urgently needing mar- quirements. and Federal research men to collaborate have stopped if the best results As an added attraction a feeders' Delay Modernize Now
'The most Important problemnow In formulating possibly are to be obtained. Ufer prepares'his
keting research. sweepstakes is planned-with
38 Months to Pay.
is rid of what
getting are
"Insofar as getting underway as vie improved standards for citrus ground as one would for any entries restricted to Brahmans See ui: ye arrange all details.
producing under good merchandising fruits crop and firms or rolls the ground :r 1500 5% Interest No Mortgage
quickly as possible on a marketing weighing pounds or more.
and quality programs "We asked them to recom- after having sown the seed. This ,
research program when these Only singles and pens of three will
funds are provided. we believe Reitz said. of mend specifications which if he has found essential to a good. be judged in this class accordingto Wilson Leonard
'The developing new merchandising -
citrus merits and will receive rapid applied as standards would stand.: the premium list which was
the
.action. techniques studyof assure better consumer acceptance Most Florida soils, believe Ufer formulated by Milton R. Thomas. Hardware ..
demands and hiding
At the consumer of Florida citrus without and Volkert are too add for aIfalftherefore' who chair- .
Washington conference of new outlets are of primary Importance Sarasota breeder was 42 W. Central Ph. : %l?iI
the committee's chairman. P. R. and too greatly delaying. fruit an application of from man of the planning committee.Sale (See Our Classified AdiJ f
to
Wilcox assistant general manager of citrus.every" grower movements. 1.200 to 1.500 pounds of dolomite of the fat animals will begin -
shipper "Our scientific friends worked per acre is used. Ufer has founda at 2 pjn. on Thursday In the
Exact allocation of research
pro- long and Intelligently and came 4-8-8 fertilizer supplemented by arena of the Southeastern Fat
Best Trailer.Shop grams by the U. S. Departmentof out with a report which was 20 pounds each of magnesium Stock Show and which is located I
under
Agriculture the act will
submitted generally to the indus- manganese copper and boron to about two miles north of Ocala on Whatever your hardware
Awnings Ready To Go be an administrative function of try for study and possible Use." the ton gives the bests results. the Jacksonville highway.
USDA In
the
Washington. visitWYCKOFF'S
2225 W. Washington Upon receiving unfavorable reaction Half a ton of this fertilizer Is "This show will demonstrate needs, always
on the proposed increased applied when preparing the ground the superiority of Brahman before
Britain less than
was producing
Dial 6894 standards. Morton wrote County and the other half Is put on fol- 4s .breeding in this territory. you
third of the food she
one- con-
[On Winter Garden Road] sumed In 1939. Farm Bureau's asking for meetingsto lowing the first cutting. This is Thomas declared "bringing buy
poll opinion on the recommen- all the fertilizer needed for the forcibly to the attention of the
dations. six month's crop according to commercial cattleman the advantages
"In response to this request Ufer who makes his first mowing of cattle sired by LAWN MOWERSMew

FOR THE HONE for grower reactions, only when the plants have reached a Brahman bulls and grown under -
Marion, Lake and Volusia coun- helghth of 18 inches at eight b the prevalent range conditions .
ties would have had the Florida weeks. The plants will give a .. .'' <
8. A Store Full of the Things Needed Every Day crop of the Southeast. -v-
Whether Cooking or Cleaning. Farm Bureau push the matter of hay with stems of approximately He added that the cattle will n
; farther at this time," Ford re- the same length each month demonstrate to packer buyers and' ,.
Tel 6104 Household Dept. ported. until June when the whole plant the consuming public that a high-'I' (: w
"Preponderant sentiment In dies under the sun and rains.
other counties The hay which Ufer
being negative no raises plus '
Joseph BUmBY Hardware Go. farther efforts are being made to the grass pasture carries his dairy SEPTIC TANKS '

102 W. march St. promote the." application of hiihertanda.rd3. milk cows the year around under heavy JOHN VOLKERT OF FREDERIKA DRIVE east of Conway and BUILT-INSTALLED
production with only a five- REPAIREDThe
pound supplemental feeding of some of the alfalfa he has raised this season. The plants are use of strong lye or acids

.; TREE PLANTERST. dairy feed.Volkert better than 24 inches long and the yield is heavy. Experienced in your plumbing system is

.AUGUSTINE-One hundred got his inspiration to alfalfa growers in the East and West say they have seen no detrimental to the septic tank.
and fifty St. Johns farm- alfalfa from by State
County grow Ufer. This is Approved
GROVE OWNERS ers and others attended a recent his,first season and those experienced better stands anywhere. The cost is approximately $60 per Board of Health

demonstration of a new tree in growing the hay up, acre, not counting labor. PLUMBING REPAIRSBy
planter that acts out'about 10,000 North and in the West say they licensed Plumber Mew deluxe model.
trees a day County Agent RossV. have never seen a better stand long when mowed.He Volkert has kept no records on Rubber-tired precision-built to
MAKE MORE MONEY | Swartsel said. anywhere. claims proper moisture in his yield but it is heavy. He follows 401'W. Concord Phone 4766 groom your lawn properly.
Volkert was late in sowing his the soil is the secret of successful much the same fertilizer planas I am a member of American I Such famous names as Dag-
seed it being the last of Decem- raising of the forage crop in this Ufer but is convinced that Society of Sanitary Engineer I lish. Diamond Reading and

OK BULLDOGWEED ber before he got around to it. and section. One-half acre planted on until fanners in this section can Glenn I. Holliday I Reo. Priced from-
WITH CITRUS CROPS unlike Ufer he permitted it to good soil but much drier than that provide themselves with an artificial !!
grow until the plants flowered on which he had his successful drier they will not get the $15.95LAWN
FROM IRRIGATED GROVES CUTTERand which took: 105 days. Volkert's stand died off early after comingup. full value out of their alfalfa
plants were better than 24 InchesSurvey .' crops. WELLS DRILLED
SPRINKLERS
Anywhere in

:. IRRIGATION yields higher returns because LAWN MOWER FLORIDAANT $1,25 to $6.95
it Increases the production per acre Improvesthe Celery Crop Bureau Asks Refund I

quality of your fruit. Insures your crops ,
GARDEN
HOSE
against dry weather losses and puts extra Shows SIZE

money Into your pockets. It pays to Irrigate. On Tractor Gas TaxRefunds I \ ANY DEPTH .25 ft. _.______.$2.59 up

Cut
Acreage FOR HOME- 50 ft ........_...$6.95 up
O IRRIGATION assures the continuous development By MAYME HODGKINOur to Florida farmers of five of the seven cent RANCH-:

and normal growth of your trees. [ Own Staff Correspondent] State tax on' tractor gasoline will result in more money flI l \' OR GROVEWe LEAF RAKESWide
It full bloom the
helps to produce at
proper SANFORD-A grower's and
for roads, Exec. Sec. John Ford of the Florida Farm Selection
time and to hold It the tree. It also helpsto
on shipper's survey of celery in this Bureau asserted yesterday. Guarantee
set the fruit and to bring on early maturityand area shows there is left in this $la
better fruit sizes.PIPEPUMPSENGINES. area. Zellwood and Oviedo. 1254 The organization is supporting a bill introduced)in_.the I Water or No up

acres of Golden and 562 acres of '''State legislature by Rep. Richard Pay WYCKOFF'S hoi one of
Pascal.In Simpson of Monticello which would
June CitrusBloom effect the refund. WewUl..wb Central Florida' largest

IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT Golden the and Northern 170 Pascal districts remain.IIS "Most farmers now are using give you stocks of garden tools. Remember -
fuel oil instead of WYCKOFF'S"Where
tax-free gasoline ; -
The Sarasota Is expectedto
crop
, POWER l>i h.p four-cycle gas elos ., in about three weeks. Sought because of the seven cent FREEEstimates I Merchandise
under motor.brush.WHEELS Cuts. everything, including: There are approximately 225 gasoline tax," Ford Explained. Mores"WYCKOFF'S
acres in that territory. Growers "With the nickel refunded leav- i
IS" hlsh. Placed on side By ing two cents ear-marked for pay- 'I 36 Monthsto
to eve maximum clearance and no It is reported that Sarasota cropIs ing county road bonds many
ENGINEERING SERVICE ESTIMATES GIVEN Interference. only fair and that there are Failing to get a good "set" on would change over to gasoline. Pay I
around 500 acres left in Bel Glade the recent bouquet bloom Central "The two cents going to roads
COMPLETE IRRIGATION SYSTEMS PUSHES! Leis effort than a hand- with yields light and conditions Florida citrus growers have start- then would increase this source of n TUXEDO FEED and 1IDW.
mower. only fair. Central Florida yields ed fertilizing their groves for a road money from the present estimated LIBBY & FREEMAN II STORE
EDGES! Along curbs road margins are around one-third lighter than June bloom. $42.000 to an expected
711 W. Church St. TeL 8869 2524 S. Kuhl Aye. Ph. -81
a of etc. Cuts hangover irass. they were last year. Several growers reported yesterday $28.000 per year'within a short I j
The Spring cabbage deal is that despite the heavy time."
DIGGING weight made cannot Coat dig Can Feather be turning up yields off about 40 bloom there was only a light Ford said that a survey of
raised 1" to mower S". per cent of last year. Quality Is "set" on the outside tree I other States revealed that this
mostly ordinary because of Win- branches. I was their experience with 41
AT LAST A POWERFUL LIGHT ter freeze damage. Cabbage will .
The quantity of the "set" after I now refunding at least a portion -
WEIGHT MOWER. WEEDCUTTZKnd continue for about two weeks.A the bloom determines the size of of the road tax on gasoline

CLEANUP MACHINE., few tender green beans are the following crop. I used ofMhe-highway In farm .
moving now and will continuefor "Those outside leaves which I' tractors.
McClelland Equipment Co. about three weeks. had a 'flush growth after being I 'The partial refund we are asking -
In the February the Legislature to authorize
back: so badly
is in
Sweet corn shape with
poor still don't look just right" would cost the State nothing In
828 N. MIAMI AVE. most fields poor.The yields, will be freezes I
D.BOX 3749-'PHONE 6118630 W.CHURCH ST. light because of the freeze and said'one grower. administration would enable our
MIAMI, FLA. farmers to use more economical
The period of bloom this
there is little likelihood of any
being ready for market in this Spring, which usually is spreadout equipment in their competition DEMING PUMPSFOR
with farmers in 41 other States
from three to four
area. before the latter part, of over
May. weeks, was telescoped on all varieties and would refund more money
to from week to 10 days. for road purposes than does the HOME OR IRRIGATION
I IN STOCK FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY! than Squash was made previously a better anticipated comeback I Heavy Spring a rains also knocked present system" he declared.Youre4rL.

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off much of the bloom.
and there will be about 50 per I II
cent of the normal movement. I
The word "carat. the name of I >
FWD Trucks Jaeger 105 !the weight unit for Jewels derives !! KOHLER LIGHT PLANTS
CompressorHypres'sure Veterans Offered : from the Mediterranean i CHECKS CASHED SASTELat'FuC..a'
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Galion Bodies carob tree the seeds of which are Tiller N I WI..I 800 TO 10,000 WATT
Dump
Something ,
Newt Try It
ClassesIn
I of uniform weight and were
Weekly very
Jenny Tail U. What V.., Think ,,*f Itl ts,
used In ancient times as a meas- .
THE FIRST NATIONAL RANK AT NLANRM..b.e *
Barco Hammers r Steam CleanersInternational AgricultureWeekly I ure of weight. fMtenl v.-" lnma Carpontlw .

classes for veterans who '
Disston Chain Saws U-2, are training In agriculture are G.M DIESEL POWERFOR
U-4 and U-6 Power being held at the Ocoee agricultural FOR A COOL SUMMER. I
Dixie Logger Units building every Thursday I MILL OR I IRRIGATION
night by Robert Douglas of Winter F I
Garden. .
I
Rogers Low-Bed The classes are scheduled from I INSTALL

Pulpwood Saws Trailers '7:30 to 10:30 pan,and are opento
It any veteran who owns land, FARMCO ALUMINUM PIPE
leases land or works for any. ATTIC
JAEGER
PUMPS approved agricultural firm. FOR IRRIGATION
Classes are being taught in citrus -
Capacities 2 to 4 inch ornamentals livestock: and FAN I IN STOCK

poultry. Shop work: and repair of
WE DISTRIBUTE A COMPLETE LINE OFCONSTRUCTION farm machinery training also Is SINCE
offered. 24" to 48" iLJ1

INDUSTRIAL, LOGGING We Handle Leading I 1921

and BE SURE TO National Known i5 '
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ManufacturersPRICES

MATERIAL HANDLING EQUIPMENTFLORIDAGEORGIA :m$I;} INVESTIGATEThe a FARm&HomEmAcHInERJc. /

'.t- :. $84 to $198Installation I


TRACTOR 'CO.2U5 I:Jr,': .t. Concrete Revolutionary Block [ extra I

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State Road ROUNDED CORNER FREE ESTIMATES NOW IN STOCK .

Phone 4603 LAKELAND. FLORIDA P. O. Box 1511 Just the Thing I .
Local Representative W. For That New Home E. W.: ANDRE President}
: Finley Mason. Phone 23411. Orlando
Jacksonrille-Miami Savannah Waycros: Holloway Concrete Products H. A. DAUGHERTY & CO. ORLAHDO FLORIpA I

Associate Companies Located: Florida Georgia Plait 01 UBderpai Located Tw a Ortaad Blocks A.e.Seta ROBINSON AT BUMBY PHONE 2-256 430 W. ROBINSON AVE. JY
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Growth' Orlando, Florida, May 4, 1 1947 Zty Suttfonj ';'rntinrl-@tar Page 291

t Agricultural I Horticultural Farm Prices I


ly DICK COOPER Sets County Truck Market Balance Stressed I
. *r The Sunday Sentm 4-Star Agricultural Editor, Society
r TXRTUNATE IN HAVING located here as the hub of : -- -- Show IncreaseBoosted

J? Federal 'agricultural activities in Florida, many' vital Fall MeetingAnnual ly OHMUND POWERS pounds more fruit per tree per
research and information offices, Orlando is doubly lucky Acreage JumpsCelery [Our On Staff Correspondent] year than where no control measures -
meeting of the Florida TAVARES-For the citrus Industry were used.
34 cent
by a
I in the quality of men who are assigned to these important per
to remain
State Horticultural Society will be a profitable t ,Applications of oil sprays shouldbe crease in truck crop returns 1
'or they add to business, a reasonable balance between made between June 15 and
positions ConsciE'ntious'aa ng Petersburg Oct. 28-30 carrot and watermelon |I Aug. Ida farm prices on April 15 cl
--- those basic characteristics the : held in St. planting almost have doubled com- supply and demand must be 1, he said. Growers were cautioned ed higher than last year's .3
1 pleasing virtue of cordial public Dr. Ralph I*. Miller of Plymouth mercial vegetable acreages in Or- maintained, Marvin H. Walker, to watch for heavy scale infestations the U. S. Bureau of Agricul
:., relations Growers farmers I secretary reported yesterday. !ange County during the past sev- :secretary-manager of the Florida on the inside of trees Economics reported yesterda:
cattlemen, and all of the other Previously, society meetings en years, County Agent Fred ;Citrus Producers Trade Assn.* told this year because of the freeze.
..G... men of agriculture in Florida look i have been held in the Spring, but Baetzman said yesterday. i the third annual Gulf CitrusGrowers' s k One oil spray should be applied But while the Index on ve
tables rose from 290 last Sp
Program in Brooksville. each but It should be thor-
to these men with confidence In ,Dr. Miller said the organization I i Quoting acreage' and produe- 4S' year
to citrus
391 drop
their work knowing they have the tion figures of the IT. Reporting on the program Lake ough, he warned. prices
I had voted to change the meeting i!! 3. Crop
from 179 to 75.
interests of Florida heart County Agent R. E. Norris said
: at time to Fall.Organized. Reporting Service, Baetzman. Seasonal changes in tangerines -
The Federal men reciprocate by' in 1888, the said Orange County had Increased Walker pointed out that in the x was discussed: by Dr. Paul :Even so. the on-tree pric
extending every courtesy in any State Horticultural plantings from 2.920 past 10 years production Jumped Harding, horticulturist with the oranges at $122 per field box
problem of the agricultural Indus I one of the oldest t10rlcla.1 acres in 1939-40 season to 4.710 from 40 to 100 million boxes of U. S. Subtropical Fruit Field 41 cents higher than a month
try, personally or collectively. organizations' In the last year. fruit. Station at Orlando. He said tangerines while grapefruit at 38 cents
To increase consumption of citrus two cents under the March
Of its membership of The county also moved up from ripen rapidly and reach
-n R FRIENDLY SITUATION cluding many in foreign countries 15th to 14th place among the vegetable I I I I the industry must. continue their peak about Jan. 1. ure.The price of oranges last
THIS to I producing in i I I,an aggressive advertising, mer- was $2.48 per field box.
for better co-operation approximately 500 are expected areas Florida. E. F. DeBusk. citriculturist pre
I and progress. It certainly attend the St. Petersburg II Together the production of the' chandising and research program, sented statistics proving that to grapefruit brought $1.11 on-
makes pleasant the tot of a tion, Dr. Miller asserted. conven-I three major vegetable crops in Or- he said. operate a grove profitably a grower Irish potatoes advanced 35 <
newspaperman serving as mid- Frank M. OBryne ange County which were almost The Industry has three major must have a high yield. per bushel over a month agO
dleman between the governmental i Wales is president. Vice-presidents unknown seven years ago last possibilities: entering the beverage i Groves must produce volume sweet potatoes brought five
agencies and the general include Frank Stirling of Fort'' year with an aggregate of more field, obtaining foreign ': quantities of fruit to keep down more.Veal
public Patient and trust Lauderdale, Earl W. Hartt of : than 2,600 acres almost equaled markets improving marketing production costs per box even calves and sheep were
worthy, they are reliable and Avon Park W. F. Ward of Avon total county plantings in 193940. methods.Dr. DR. A. F. CAMP -I though we already have ample $1 per hundredweight. Ot
Impartial sources of informationand Park Dr. George D. Ruehle of Development of muck celery A. F. Camp vice-director of fertilizer caution. supplies of fruit in the State, he commodities made only sL
direction amid the expanding Homestead and Dr. J. R. Becken- I and Winter carrot crops around the Citrus Experiment Station at 1 said. fluctuations.
and complicated structure of baugh of Bradenton. Zellwood and watermelon plant- Lake Alfred, declared growers have I ard in grove tremendously he said.Greasy .! James Turnbull, project supervisor Prices paid for feed were slfc
Florida agriculture. The St. Petersburg meeting will ings around Winter Garden were been over-fertilizing their groves melanose In citrus is with the Soil Conser- higher than a month ago.ialfalfa
Teshp.ii..J..L.. ..bM.e ,have headquarters at the Soreno responsible for the increases Last in recent years with the result I caused by heavy Infestation of vation Service, said one inch of and other hay advaj
.. .*.. ta Vi .... mites the foliage' W. L.
Nee. Hotel. year celery totaled 1,165 acres. that maturity has been delayed. rust on
ton."Ib.e of
irrigation $2 price
'T'HERE ARE MEN like J. C. water evenly applied per j
Wag ..t. prtoc fc* I* *..1'slppery. -L carrots 730 acres and melons 700 The use of secondary plant foodsIn Thompson citrus experiment concentrates Increased 10
penetrates the soil
far w..4 *..., ..*. Townsend Jr.. J. B. Owens and acres. proper ratios, in addition to station entomologist, said. one foot. cents hundredweight.
Since most of the feeder rootsof per
W. S. Rowan of the U. S.Bureau of '
said that in
Increases also were noted In nitrogen, phosphorus and potash, Regarding scale he
citrus tree in
the
Agricultural Economics up In the Grasshopper will insure better internal quality 12-year test trees on which the a are upper
I I't 'I the plantings or potatoes at 240 a
two feet of soil, it is not practicalto GARDENS IMPROVINGBROOKSVILLE
Gallon Post Office Bldg. together with
$1.95 Per acres and lettuce at 180.. Prin- of fruit and reduce the cold haz- scale was controlled produced 99
than
their State collaborator G. N. I apply more two acre- Hem
Rose Up In the Florida Bank cipal decreases were In cabbage' inches of water at-one appUcaI County gardens are "perkingas
!Bldg.. there is R. E. Witherell of [ dropping from 1,000 to 650 acres tion. Two Inches per hour is the a result of recent good w
.Control
"BIRD"Roof OVERHEAD the U. S. Soil Conservation Seri i Urged and acres.snap beans from 450 to 140 'Baetz Outlines I optimum rate of application he er, County Agent Harry J. B

Coating vice And out on Parramore man ley reports.
Doors Production of other reported -
Garage
crops
__same old display Ave.. there are,Dr.:F. E. Gardner, j [Special to The Sunday Sentinet-Star] last year were cucumbers
Quality same -see Dr. J. R. Winston. Dr. Paul L. T A V ARE S- Grasshoppers, : 360 acres; eggplant 50; escarole. said.Puzzled
old price at our yard. Harding, and Dr. E. V. Miller of'' which are causing a great deal of 110; green peas 50; peppers, 300; Heifer Care
the sprawling U. S. Bureau of I trouble Dairy ciboufjBRICK pttinffor
on small citrus trees ornamental and tomatoes 25 acres. j
Plant Industry Together with 1 plants and other plants
GRILLS
DOOR
SCREEN
their faithful staffs, they are rep- in Lake County now can be controlled -,. Fred Baetzman
Orange County Agricultural Agent '
resenative of the best in governmental I yes-
: $2.50 to $24.00 servants. : with, hexachlorocyclohexane.County one of the new insecticides -.ConservationField 1 / terday outlined care of heifers in the 4-H Club grade dairy c r t

,* I heifer under which 39 distributed
Agent R. E. Norris said. program, cows were
PAINTBRUSHES] EXHAUST TOW REALIZE IT, but through (!1 I The chemical is manufactured Day recently to club members in five Central Florida counties. ', f

-T 'the U. S. Army Quartermaster in both spray and dust form," he I Included among the counties are Orange, Lake Osceola, MASONltBONDEXfryourierf
at the Orlando Army AirBase I explained. .. .
I Volusia and Polk.
10e to $30 FANS the Government is a regular I "Dust. more practical for Set May 73 Baetzman asserted that "It %san
20% reduction and large-scale customer ofCentral home use. It should be dustedon
club Cattlemen AskedTo
excellent for
dairy
JO" r 43"in [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] plan a
Florida of fresh and. round
prlee.I growers plants early In the DELAKD Volusia Soil Conser- member to have a pasture project 6'1...
vegetables' Mixed can of morning while the foliate is wet also" *
vation District will be Submit Ticks
ICE CHESTSFit Florida vegetables are shipped with dew. host here May Supervisors 13 to conservation "Approximately one-half acre it does 2 ;lobs at once!
out from Orlando to Army Installations rat has a musty odor and mightbe good sod pasture supplemented
back: of ear. for plcnlej over the Nation objectionable too close to the officials from three Central Florida with cattail millet or other late In State CampaignOrange with
First,Bonde.i bes utifies
Orange Lake and
counties. |
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and fishing trips. 18.50. Because of the freight differ house.
Summer pasture and Winter oatsor I
ential the Central Florida farm- Norris suggested that it be used !Brevard. on a county .tour and rye for Winter grazing will assure County cattlemen and color.Second: ,It bonds with f 'ii
ers can underbid their Texas and sparingly until the owner is satis- field day.Starting. economical growth and proper dairymen were urged yesterday by the wall surface to seal out Idampne
CELLO WOOD California Winter competitorsfor fied It will not harm his valuable at 9 am. and concluding development of a heifer. If pas County Agent Fred Baetzman to **. Vied the world 1
4 .
at the tour will include
SIDING delivery here. plants. j the following pan conservation projects ture is not abundant a little hay co-operate In inspecting herds for over. Apply with bruih-
'Perfect board PRESERVATIVE i The material has been used should be fed." no skill needed. Low cost."orteqdllon. .
: ticks. AUfWConcrtf
( for exterior OVER IN LAKE County there ,plants safely,on but citrus its use ferns on and all plants other I Seville water control project The county agent warned the -It will facilitate greatly tick !Ib.pkgmakesebout $100 *Block cud
use. acres upon acres of land Pierson Water control project young cattlemen: that water and 5 -
white
I has not been studied.in eradication work and help to pre- j Irick Kttpt FwNKfaffeM Dry
$3.68J cleared for citrus: groves that aren'tgoinrm No. 1, Mayor Leo Furies pasture shade are as necessary as feed. .vent further infestations of cattle r_ww.vw
sheet 4tt 9Se GAL this year and may not be t I and Brahman cattle ranchat "Feed the- heifer enough grainto if specimens can be, sent before
J planted for many seasons to :: plantings has dropped drastically Deep Creek McBride's Hereford grow her out well and keep in :June 1 to either Dr. J. V. Knapp I Get Your BOHDEX (olorfhiarrt" from!.... .
come Back of those barren : cattle on pasture and good condition. The amount will I State veterinarian in Tallahassee,
LAWNMOWERS $19.95 UP lands is an income tax ruling + + i White Dutch clover at Deep depend on the pasture and or Dr.' T. H. ''Applewhite of the' ,I Burke Tropical Paint Co. Bobertaoa Supply Co.S3 .
.During'the. war years when citrus ,THIS PERIOD TO July 20 is con- I Creek. tion of the heifer. Two COndi-1 Bureau of Plant Industry in Jacksonville 131 W. Robinson Ave. W. Jackson it.
growers were reaping a golden [! a critical time as the : McBride's Pensacola Bahia grass pounds daily will be ample."A ," Baetzman said. \
SASH harvest of profits, many found | breeding season for 1948 calf crops I and Kudzu plantings in DeLand; mixture of two parts ground Ticks when secured, should be: j The Sherwln-WOliimi Co. Builders Supply A: Novelty CaWinter
PADLOCKS WEIGHTS II that most of the take would go to During this time if cows. are (McGregor's Bahia grass and pas- corn one part ground oats and small size from more than one 434 No. orange Aye.I Park Fla.
'..1 Uncle Sam's t.reasury-or would : thin fail to get proper feed water j itures In DeLand, and the Beacon one part cotton-seed meal is excel animal, and placed in small tightly a>t
ivC & UP Sash balances have but for a ruling which permitted salt and mineral mixture, it Dairy Farms Pangola clover and lent. However any grain mixture sealed envelopes before mailing,
pulleys I them to charge against will mean a small crop next year (carpet grass on muck soils ; available may be used when on On each envelope should\ be listed I i I I I. '
and cord. II L current income and capital invest: Proper management of the The Barnett National Bank and. pasture if mineral is provided." the date collected, place and the I
ments in new grove acreage breeding herd can save both the (! the First State Bank of DeLand Baetzman said salt steamed owner's name.
I,So. figuring it would cost them !'47 and '48 calf crops, cattlemen |will be hosts at a luncheon for the bone-meal and salt-sick mineral
''I really only 10 cents on the dollar !!advise. visiting district supervisors. should be fed In a mineral
I' many growers put their profits trough. Individual. county I
'S.'M\YT': I back into the land .They planted agents should be seen for specific

huge acreages which bid to From Perfume to Plastics Citrus instruction and supply. '.'
LUMBER 'CO. make Lake County the largest producing Heifers should be watched for I u""
I area in the State within I 6cO 'J -
(Inflammation of the eyes which > "
five years On Jan. 1, the Federal Industry Studies By-Products i should be bathed three times daily I New ,'A
I J I I men plugged this up, and since I with boric acid solutions if weeping -
then the volume of new acreage I Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] ; develops. ;
DUNEDIN-From perfume to plastics Florida's ext -. Each evening a little yellow \\otne .

THINKING ABOUT BUILDING? I t panding citrus industry is preparing to challenge the soy-.I\I oxide of mercury ointment should I or 10 Ur
,, be squeezed into the eyes and mas-
CONTACT US I bean developers with the development of byproducts'one as' he I
1 to the ointment
spread
Homes Bunt .t a Pric to care you money. of the answers to increased production.One I I saged -
added.
I S to 3-Brdroom Home, $7000 up. 1
I Weeks Will Complete Your Home. of the leading development plants: in the State i i'the is:. "Heifers should be sprayed every -
Al oLEWIS Remf'deJtn Juice Industries.* Inc. I two to four weeks with water -
J38 Bnusie BUILDERS INC. Phone. ,Dunedin operated by B. C. OfT f dispersible DDT to control flies," t
IM.e z zs93 Reaves Appointed New
ner and J. J. Bristow. Baetzman said.

Turning to research on byproducts Extension Dairyman "Make friends with your hell-
ere Start by leading her to water
the industry is studying -
[Special to The Sunday Sentinel-StcrJ] I or to feed and she can be =
uses for citrus in perfumes, 00
SHOP IN COLLEGE PARK I
I flour, flavorings, plastics cam- GAINESVI1XE. W. Reave!s I trained easily to show at here
ORLANDO'S MOST PROGRESSIVE phor, cheese Insecticides cooking has become dairyman with best. t1 ..
Florida. Agricultural Extension The youths were! urged also to
oil salad oIL pectin Jelly
TRADING CENTER Service and is already workingwith : : keep a complete record of every-
I base, feed breakfast food and '
county and home demonstration thing concerning the heifers in the
JOHNS HARDWARE AND PAINT COMPANY soap.Utilized in these byproductswould agents in developing the Florida .-H Club Record Book.

KM FPRFWATES DRIVE ORLANDO. FLORIDA be the fruit itself dairy program. according tc]I
Juice,
\ A P. Spencer director of exten. CROPS RESPOND
,
pulp peel and seed. '
r Many still in the lion. BUSHNELL Most Sumter $ .
are laboratory
I He succeeds Hamlin L. Brown. County crops have shown a good
IRtERkt
stage, but eventually it Is believed
who retired several months to recent favorable
age response 4T/ ?
I 'I i
all will
become commercial products -
I i"At after nearly a quarter of a century -1 1 weather, according to County
In Agent K. A. Clark
the present Increasing rate, the position.
SOUTH BEND 'I Florida will produce 150 million
I
I boxes of citrus annually In seven
years." said Bristow. ,
LATHE I "It is up t. the citrus: Indus- 1 I NEW STR EAMLINHDCLEANER t .
..1 try to find use for this fruit.
-Canned fruit Is not the answer. '
There is a backlog of eight 1 1with
I
million cases of processed fruiton STEAMTHE
the shelves and in the ware- It doesn't pay to tale a chance covered-no loosening or "drawing" by

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I purchased Walter Turek's property Costly? Not a bit of it! The initial cost special tools, no complicated fasteners re

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MODEL A. 9" PRECISION: BENCH LATHE with 12 speed i development for $2.500. e gles is only slightly 1 higher than that of imps together with weather-tight precision

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TO __ _.___ __ Florida
Airways made with the secretary if it is' to
Summer
x Closing Hours be opened for mreilngs! Slaughter

Summer closing Hour? for the said

Chamber of Commerce BldgJ were
Maps Expansion I
announced yesterday by A. C.
Slaughter, secretary-manager..The t '\\OJ
k4. M. D. Holman who became act- chamber will be open on week days
F at ing president of Florida Airways, from 9 a,m. to 5 p.m\and will close BESSER'S RESTAURANT
resignation Friday at noon Saturday. The entire
Inc.. following the
<, Meat. Poultry Cold Cot, !Sour
building
Ar will be closed
of its former president. every night Cream ("lte..... Mayonnaise ,
Thomas E. Gordon said yesterdaythe Pumpernickel: Rye, and Roll

: r a' airline has plans afoot to "secure Billie's Drive Inn II* W Cbarrh !St. TeL t.TO*
7t t; sy the company's financial fu-

r rs ture. 1800 Kuhl Ave I -
_ 4 5 "We will follow definite steps to ITALIAN STYLE SPAGHETTI
d bring new capital resources into
M ______ the company" he added CHICKEN IN BASKET $1.00 SKATINGTODAY
A summary of April traffic CURB SERVICE
; 'c t o. figures he said shows that the 9 A.M. Till 1 A M, Phone 2-42B6
r .izf,+y. number of passengers flown over
'; 1j4b ', :.} the line's routes increased 31.9 percent
: as compared with March, I
?4 while the number of miles flown e
__+' x increased 34.5 per cent For tile I I I l 1nb I Matinee Every Sat. 4 Sun.,
same period air mail poundage
:' ., increase.8 per cent and air Matinee 2:30 to 5:30
_, :. 4 k / / express 80.9 per cent. ,
BI' Evening 8:00 to 11:00
: Y r .: e I I An announcement of the new Now y.
a oy
___ financial structure of the company Showing HAMMOND ORGAN MUSIC
> 1 will be made in the near
S uS 1.s future he said. I Ray Ahllaad t SKATING EVERY NIGHT

Holman. who lives at 632 E. "Junsle
: Amelia Ave., was formerly vice- EXCEPT MONDAYCOLISEUM

;:+ Y : > h._ I president of the company. He was Princess"with
asked to act. as president until the .
T1w; r' next meeting of the board pf directors D.n thy Ismeur-

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2 Florida. Airways operates three 11 America's Finest Rink
routes from Orlando to Jackson-
'
r. l-4 ville and Tallahassee and has an

: d Civil application Aeronautics pending Board before for "ad-the pJ:1k712itOtGxrr

t ditional route miles" that would
extend its service to Miami and
_ Pensacola. Holman said.

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i yPl > for ConferenceA
ISF.T BLAIR AlrRFTIPRAkFTARTOOV :
"I.ATFST WORLD NFWV
two-day training conferencefor
Ftrrt Chew 1:IS Compute Show fr..* I 11141;;
church school superintendentsand :r
dt'partmentalleaders of South .
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Florida Methodist churches will I I
open here tomorrow at 10 a.m. !at II I
: First Methodist Church under direction !> 1
: of Dr. Ira. Barnett executive C..LnmItfJ' 0- 1
ci1'
_. secretary of the Florida SPRING' ffSTrVAl nat.. Op.. 12.4;

/ _(_ ___. 211 Methodist Board of EducAtion.The .,Gr.""$JJ.ws !
e a Y M Rev Walter Towner, director NOW SHOWING
4 of Methodist Church schoolwork
will be the main speaker and
Tk molt rcrVtcM lover
: forum leader. Increase! in church I i
.g. school enrollment is receiving ma- ,
.
ever tokm
adventurer
the baldest
jor emphasis in the Methodist 'ii f.
Church's Crusade for Christ. Goals
-'- for South Florida churches will be the Monte Cnttumii ..,.1MtI

I which have not been importing set at the conference Y
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FLAMINGO CLUB : Better Break for Florida :Florida fruit, mainly because of Under her "austerity" program r mum itisiiiinm

the lack of dollar exchange. Kra- :
1 Britain
to meet postwar! problems I
PRESENTS uel said rumors of how the fruit is reducing her livestock population

/ Citrus Seen in had been receded in importing to grow more cereals' I
k EuropeDespite
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JAY MILLER AND HIS ORCHESTRA countries had spread.

DANCING FROM > TO { i These rumors will make these JOYCE'S DRIVE-IN
r', 1 NO COVER OK MINIMUM CHARGE stiff year-around competition from all over : countries cautious about enteringour

t : EXCEPT SATURDAY KITE-50c II the world, Florida citrus stands a good chance of break- market when dollar exchangeis CbKkenOystersSkrlmpAll .
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DINNER SERVED FROM: 6 P.M. to Z .\JLTEY ing into the European market provided we send only the available. he stated Beet Hamburgers A '
I In general medium sizes of Drinks
OUR NEW CHEF DIRECT CUBA S.nd"lrb.s--IIoft
FROM
best fruit under conditions according
quality proper shipping fruit
are preferred abroad .
CHICKEN. AND STEAK DINNERS OUR SPECIALTY and Highway IT tl MAITLAND.
i to Herb Kravel, general manager of the United Florida I II color added is not wanted, although 0..n Daily I ......-1 .....; Sunday 12.11
PHONE 5910 CLOSE ON I Citrus Exporters Inc., who recently I importers stress that a .. stlrrint :
FOR RESERVATIONS: SUNDAYS returned from a survey of the uniformity in color is importantfor -- -- I Irr
I more on "eye appeal than on internal
situation in countries. selling Krauel said. BRI11
citrus eight purposes. l0U ARD
quality.
The Orlando Auto School i r
Krauel visited Norway. Sweden | Canned citrus juices are not
1 Denmark, Belgium France Eng- "Dealers; abroad. told me they generally ell-Vnown abroad, he 1221 N Orange Ave. .. 6 ORl MACREADY <,
believed it possible for
was
land and Ireland contacting importers I reported
Florida fruit to comprfe in European "LEARN TO DRIVE"
FANS intervieew ing Wholesalersand
FANS markets," Krautl de- Retail prices run as high a<
FANSFrom working right on down to the clared. I 50 to 65 cents a can. placing Lesson by Appointment Only

man in the corner grocery store. "But to do so, we must ship I canned citrus out of the reach Call 2-4879
Fruit from Spain. Italy and Palestine a
the Kitchen to the Attic of the
i first quality fruit, pack carefullyand average pocketbook.
which is similar in,appear- 1 J
Kitchen Window Model 10 In. $ 19.90 ance to California products is pre- I refrigerate properly during Frank Roper manager of the f
...... ferred by the average Europeanto I transit. There Is no possibility Roper Brothers Co-operatue, Win- FROZEN BOILED: CUSTARD / 1 I: II Op.. 1,45,

22 In.- 3.800 Cu. Ft. Min ..._......_... 69.50 Florida citrus Krauel .stated: whatsoever: of dumping citrus we ter Garden is president of United Just Like Mother Used to 0 .12:45: NOW SNOWING

30 In.- 7,100 Cu. Ft. Min ..._.._.._... 99.50 "They feel also Florida fruit consider on foreign unfit markets lor "domestic use Florida Citrus Exporter, MakeCUSTARD Now PLAYING U.f gett.blt.e '.
will not hold'up'for export purposes Only two countries. Sweden and BAR .. /. b
36 In.9.250 Cu. Ft. Min. ......._.._... 119.50 under adverse shipping Belgium have imported Florida The year 1945 saw disastrous
:20I. S. Kiiht* Rlki Pad HnspHal
droughts in many of the richest
,42 -13.000 Cu. Ft. Min. 129.50 conditions.! fruit to any extent since the end Open...Wrrkdavt 11 I* IIp I; .
......._.._... food producing areas of the 12 .. 11 't I :
of the war be said. Recent shipments <> Sundays e .J
Krauel pointed out that Europeans
48 In.20,500 Cu. Ft. Min. __.__._... 179.50 generally have a much I to Sweden arrived in poor ;i world.< wider knowledge of fruit than the [ condition due to inferior packaging I ,
SPECIAL ATTIC PACKAGE i \ft1
and improper refrigeration :
average person in this country and :
Unit For Low Roof Houses ..._...._...$183.00 that there is actually an abundance I causing a belief in that country JACK LORD Photographer a / louitt
and variety of citrus abroad. that Florida fruit would not hold
Window Model For Apartments 59.50 Furthermore he said, European( up In shipping 1825 LDGrmVTFR DRIVE [IIEIM'S CAMERA SHOP] -Starria/- ; lYE mmKIVEI\ \\'
tradition< has ,been to peel and Similarly Belgium a. leading PHONE 2-1743 eelMok, t :
FREE DEMONSTRATION on Window Model eat fruit, rather than to extract purchaser of citrus in the European Sked Ar. ErK II.?, '
the juice, which places selling market, also received a COMMERCIAL AERIAL WEDDINGS _2.d J ;: \ ) YOU d.
We Install Service and Guarantee No Down Payment; large shipment of Florida fruit kit'y :
I I :: :' /ICNNIt0I01
36 Months to Pay on Attic Fans. I which was from 70 to 80 per cent : 'i.:
::' NllI' CATN1ltNfDORN / ;
I spoiled on arrival, creating a bad : ;: :: -- Where Discriminating; People, Go."s. ? '': MclEOD
gltIDETTIFOR j 1
Automatic Ceiling Shutter -Wall Shutters impression, ; :
I. "Only in Enland.1U'1'e. people ;- SI t.
MODERN APPLIANCES, INC. SPAGHETTI satisfied as to the quality of _:- .

428-430 N. Orange Ave. ORLANDO Ph. 2-2514 Sertcd Or.S...to,. J M.mortal P.M.: -Closed Hospital Monday }Florida citrus on arrival and cL $ I Q. SHADOWED ::.
,.. I that related to shipments prior F I"" '.9- ,:
H.li Bull TM Naald' oSS
(Frirn Apply to pTtftmt Stork
Only) I Ri. not Winter Park I to the war" Krauel explained. COCKTAIL LOUNGE I : ...... Lou," :'

A* to the other six,'. countries ON Orl..........,.rd H&W.p .._. Maitland.Bnd A'-TeI. w. P. t17'-J I u". ..raw .
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FLA. LOBSTER OYSTERS FROG LEGS ? r.

BILLY ARNOLD AND HIS ORCHESTRA SATURDAY NITE OHGIUEBT

NO COVER EXCEPT SATURDAY. CLOSED SUNDAYNO {1 I IIN

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1 The Sunday Sentinel-Star Radio Program, JLORfD, S I __ __ __ -__ Page- ..

Helrn Traiibel, Metropolitan Opera's foremost W" .10 '''KMI WLOF (1M wont (ITW '1' : I

Wagnerian soprano, is guest on the "Family Hour" 1:15 i:30:: Renfro Rcnfr Voile VsJlejr, ._ Church ETinirl of Hour Air ?.... Larert.O'PIT1m.MethodUt, Church \;\ aOJ !I Advertising I I Central Florida ScoutsI

14 pjn. from WDBO. She substitutes for Rise '.U JohnmiB Family ETsntel Hoar -_ M-.Hin-tl-".t-Church----- t 1 1 1aJ
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Blbl Clu.Now' -
Stevens, mezzo-soprano singing two solos "AU The :: f Listen to :&beri"-Bible: Clssf : =?-: ei.. .t.a ski
Things You Are" by Kern and "Dtch Teure Halle," ':30 Christ for World Voice of Prophet Chosen People .- '
JMS: Christ tor World Voice et Preph.ry Chosen_People ? 7i Plan I
-- To DiscussedRetail Two-Day Camporee
Be
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Wagner's 10:00: Ifews :': :: Music of"lsre;l DeslfB tor Llst'nr pI
-.f Mutual's new hour-long Sunday afternoon pro- JO:1S: Chlldersft Prm Meiisst of Isr* l n- for LUt BI ,
1'I..m' of songs "Music For An Hour" is premieredover 10:30 Vole. of. Prophecy. Reviewing Stand News Hlrhltthts_ ;I l, HANLEY
10:40' V U f PT?ph cy lUTi.wIm stand .Cease/tee POGur advertising will Some 300 Boy Scouts from throughout the Central
WLOF at 12 noon. Sylvan Levin's full concert "il:00:: HlUke.Choir-:-Methodlst'Cburch i plrst"Presby'n Ch I THE QUESTION problems ,
orchestra and guests Virginia Oswald, soprano 11:11 Bttt Lake Choir Methodist Church First Prelb,'. Ch I be discussed today by Karl Moore Florida Boy Scout Council's seven-county area will assem-
In view
11:JO Music for Sunday Methodist Church First Prciby'a Ch of the present situation 1
; Robert Trevizian. tenor; and Julius Schul- 11:45 Muile tor Sunday Methodist Church First Presby'n Ch I In Europe, would you approve of;' New York at the Spring meeting ;: ble at Doe Lake Camp, near Wier daJe. next Friday and

man, violinist are featured. 1200:: -Oospel Hour ..Music-for Hoar A lriu United i -. the United States returning its I of the Florida Daily Newspaper': Saturday for the annual council camporee.
12:15 Gospel Hour America
Musle for Hour
Hans Lange concludes bU series of guest appearance 12:30 Goalie Hour n.___ Musk for Hour Unt. of Chicago- air pilot training program to a < Advertising Assri which opened I Ii ; Scout Executive Harold V. Pace said here Yesterday May 6-Deadline l !
lJ:4 Oospel Hour __ Musk tor Hour Unl. ot Cbleno war\ time basis? 1 i' -
a* conductor: : of the NBC Symphony here yesterday at the Orange he expected 50 patrols from 35 or --
the music of Tchaikovsky -1oo-f"'I-Jteri': .rrle4-t fLtftCA' "vteter"Show THE ANSWERSPete I I i 40 would be represented in I To Save $50.00
Orchestra: directing Handel. 1:15 News Review ___ Married for LifeRCA Victor Show Court Hotel. troops I
Salnt-Saens and Rimsky-Korsakor. Heard 130 Hires to 'Tog _.. Sammy Kaye News I Hunt drug store operator,:1 I !the two-day event which has been J I Andrew Sutton Joins OX OUR
___ .
1:45: Hires U You 8. R.re- t-r c'. ProudbWe:Hal l Moore, who is promotion manager and
district
at 4 pjn. over WORZ. "J:00:: NT-Philharmonic Oo.a Houso. Sunday-Matinee Kissimmee: I|I preceded by county Dickson & /Ives Salon
Margaret O'Brien vis'* CBS' "Kate Smith 2:15 NT Philharmonic. Oped' Sousa ._ .. Sunday Matinee 4 "We should maintain a strongair of the retail division of the |camporees. I "BUTANE"SPECIAL

Sings," at 5:30: p.m. over WDBO, starring in a 2:45 2:30 NT NT Philharmonic Philharmonic' Lutheran Lutheran Hour Hour Sundry Sunday Matinee M.l1nn force at all times. If another bureau of advertising American Arrangements are in charge of,| Andrew Sutton. coiffure stylist., i:
war comes America '' John L. Shutt. and the program.L :i has joined the staff of the Dirkson
-
-
dramatic sketch. Jack Miller's orchestra supports 3Oo"NT: >bllhenaonlc. rHouM of'Mystery.: Sundry Matinee Newspaper Publishers Assn., will '
3:15: NY Philharmonic. Rouse of Mystery Sundty Matinee.. will be the being prepared by Clarence Weldon i& Ives Beauty Salon Mrs; Myrtle
Smith's speak at 9 a.m. on "Let's Talk Re-
Miv vocals and the Pour Chicks and
3:30 Hour of Charm True Detective .. Muslcanna .on'. first nation to be 'I I both of them field executives. ;Smith salon manager announced ORLANDO
._ .. I tailing. j
Chuck. 3:45: Hour ot Charm True Dtttctlrt Muitcsnna attacked and we Pare aM the Scouts will take f yesterday. .
i-Oo Family Hoar=. 'The Shadow'NEC Symphony "Several other talks are ached- BUTANE GASSERVICE
Fred Astalre and Wendy Barrie are*starred in 4:15 Family Hour The Shadow NBC Symphony had better be rI 'uled during the morning on pub- part in the eamporee by patroleand j Sutton, known professionally:
The Animal Kingdom Phillip Barry's comedy 4:30 Rout Carmlenael Week Aroun World NBC Symphony .. I prepared to defend will cheek in at camp between i an Mr. Andrew has had 11 years'
on "Theater Guild On The Air" at 10 p.m. over -.4:45: Joi. Hsrtcb-News' Week Aroun' World NBC Symphony ourselves ; licity and" tourist attraction advertising 4 and 5 p. m. Friday. i experience designing distinctivehair
5'o0 Onle Harriet Thou. w.batrr..a.ertdH..srt V.- J. Obenauer Jacksonville Incorporated
WLOF. 5:15: Onio Harriet Those Webster Dave Rose Orcb. The air arm of 'c- secretary-treasurer said. Officers The main item planned Friday | styles and has worked in H1 IT, .ltlol...... Ph. .I71'
Mary Livingston Phil Harris Dennis Day and 1:30: Kate Smith Nick Carter Bob Burns __.._ our military defense i is a campfire'at which a programof several major cities.
also will be elected. _.. .
'.U sate Bmlth Nick: Carter. .Boll Burns --- .j i selected skits will .
be -
Rochester assist Jack Benny .in settling affairs "l:00: >>Oene Antry' ._ "Drew Pearson Jack 'Benny-.- -= already has'< ; The afternoon starting at 2 presented ; -
1:15 Oeni Antry Don Gardiner ... proved its value ; .' .,: I by the boys.
before starting their trip to the East: Coast on "The .: Jack Benny '' o'clock will be taken up with a I II
:30 Blondie Octal Story Told Pitch Bandwaton and should Scoutcraft demonstrations will
be t
Jack Benny Show" at 6 over WORZ. I 1 series!! of group meetings eonduc- '
pjn. 0:45: Blon" Orb& story Told Pitch Baadwuen .
at begin at 8 a. m. Saturday with a ARE YOU IN DOUBTABOUT
kept
some-
Dimltrt Mitropoulos takes the podium for the 7:00: aim Spade :_ Mediation Board Stsri"ef Tomor'ew ,ted by J. E. Johnson, Gainesville knot-tying relay, fire- making by
where
1:15: Sam Spade _.--- Mediation Board Sure of Tomor'ovFollow near war- Hunt local display advertising Don OaI ,
third on-tour broadcast of the New York PhilharmonicSymphony ,:JO Cr/me Doctor Musical Program Through I time strength as a safety measure 'tonl national advertising: andi flint and steel or by friction and WHAT YOU NEED IN A HEARINGAID
from Chicago at 2 7U Crime DoctorMwalcat Proll' Quest Star
over
pjn. first aid work.
-,::ooCorn.Areb r=- Ixplorlni --Unkn'n ..Musical BIIo.u- against a surprise attack. We i Robert K. Sloan Tampa, classified ? GOOD HEARING IS OUR BUSINESS.
WDBO. Highlight of the Is the Sibelius Tbe meal
program ... always should have noon will be'pre-
of well
Archer Uat. plenty
t:15: Corliss Exploring Musical Showciso advertising. WE CAN FIT YOU WITH A LIGHT
Second Symphony in D major. :30 Tony. Martin ._ Double or Nothini Musical Showcase trained pilots in reserve" I I pared with improvised utensils.and' SMALL ,
1:45: Tony Martin Double or .thl.1 Musical Showcaset Approximately 50 association POWERFUL INSTRUMENT
the eamporee will be OF SUPERIOR
"Northwestern University Reviewing Stand"discusses "" -- l eon-
members, the
-'OO'T.t".ICLe. OabrlefHeatter = representing local
Papa Concert
"What Does Russia Want?" Speakers include 9:15: Take It-Leave It Gabriel Meatier Pops Concert _.. 1 Bob Schutz.: flying instructor national and classified advertis1 eluded frith a compass hikethrough TONE QUALITY. ONE OR TWO PIECE.
Russian-born Albert associate .;JO we the People Counter Spy Tens City Relief Showalter Airpark: 1 Ocala National Forest.
Parry
pro- I, ing departments of the major
r45 We the People Counter Spy Relief
T11.1!? "The will be
fessor of political science at Northwestern. Heardat i ::10:00Symphonetto Theater Guild :.-. 'Ne.1. : 1 do not think it is necessary Florida newspapers, assembled at camporee a pre-
_-_. _. to return the training 'I view of the Summer camping I II COME AND SEE US
100: am. over WLOF. 10-15 Sympnonette Theater Guild Cesar Searchlnter program the hotel yesterday for the two-: ,
10:30 Musle You :&:no". Theater Guild Henry Russelis .. to wartime I I program to be held at Doe Lake
.. a I day gathering. The only business
woao (SIO) WIOF (11M) 10:45: Mu l Tea Know Theater Guild Henry Bussella Camp by the
WORK (744) Boy Scouts from
(.00 Melodies ___ SUB On New lYToO News Sperti"Parade- --Saws- from NBcTT I basis, but I believe was a directors meeting.J. June 15 to 20 Audiphone Co. 415 Fla. Bank Bldg. Ph. 2-3516
CIS: Uelodle. __ Glory FletCU TrioChtpcl 11:15 Ball Scores ..-_. Dance Oreh. _____ Musle. Schrednlck a program j H. Hampton, Tampa is pres July Pace said. I I
., __,__ > --- --- -
__
_
S.30 Melodic IB the Sky 11:30: Dance Orcb Dance Oreh. Francis Craig Or. .
5-----------------------
.._____ similar to the ident. ._ ,__ _
J 43 Melodln ._ h Chiptl la the Sty 11:45 Dance Oreh News_ Francis Crate Or. ___ o
JT frrf Kr-------'Orson ReVellla-_ (two 11:00: Newt __. __-_ f,_-'stia Oft :==-If. .&slit Off Civilian Air'
*% : ii-------: Ort.t Rcnlll .. Orson -It.- 11:15: Dance Orcb. Training Pro- 'Parental Home RADIOS : '
'7:30: This Ii Our Duty. OM.. ReTetlU __ Church et Christ 12:30 Dance Orcb_
7:4: Rer Bob Jones Orion RtTelllt Cttqreh of Christ 12:45 Djic. Qrch _, gram that was REFRIGERATORS :
--'-:-00 Kiwi ______h____ Chnreh .(-Air __ World:Nap-== -1:00: Bin oft I inauguarated the war before 1|! Children T 0See WASHERS : ; NOTICE

.." should be rein- y.
t :
stated. All Doll House NEED REPAIRS? : .
Holt Girds ,
; l : youngsters that I 1 Orange County Parental Home y For Any Make ,
CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH k have reached the children will view Colleen Moore'idoll :

To Complete 'Scouts age of 17 and house tomorrow at 6:30: p.m. BARTION'S I Change in Schedule ::1
I want to become pilots Should be as guests of the Lions-Club. ,
EXPERT BRAKE RELINING
helped by the Government and The famous house a, miniature i Ton Benefit BT Our !5 yI =j
Rollins, FundPresident they should be trained so they castle that includes within its 11 I Years Experience : I
DRUMS TURNED can fly: the Army and Navy planes rooms more than 1,000 rare and, g Nut to Colony Theatre a Effective Today May 4th i f
Hamilton Holt said I in case of a national emergency.' beautiful objects collected by the i Winter Park 93 : ,

Easy Payments On Overhauling r yesterday that Rollins must raise I W. II. Arnett* ,*vehicle* operator silent screen in Orlando star, at is Britts being exhibited 356- ", :........."..,.........., I

$90.000 within the next month to: Mason Rd. N, Orange Ave. by the '
Lions for
A. P. CLARK MOTORS Inc. i meet the conditions of a $500,000 ,"I think we should keep train- the benefit of their Braille School HITRECORDS I The Winter Park buses will operate on a 30 minute
,
!, grant made in NoVember for a ing as many pilots as possible in for the Blind.L. .
S89 N. ORANGE PHONE 2-174 new college : order to remain : schedule between the hours"of 6:15: A.M. ahd 17 A";:
I library and its equip the strongest air W. Newb.v, a Uon and a
ment. member of the ,
The $500.000 grant' was given world.power When in the af visitors Parental aid Home'shoard yesterday I Now Available I A.M. [midnight.] First buses leave Orlando and

to Rollins by Davella Mills Foundar' the 25 boys and girls at the ,
r: ton. Upper other nations home would be taken to view the in Winter Park at 6:15: A.M. Last bus leaving Orlandowill
:; Montclair. N. J, know that we house In an Orlando Transit Co. COLLEGE PARK"HEARTACHES"
have the most
SHOP ASSOCIATEDIrG '>:;':":,'.." : on condition thek I, advanced planes. bus donated by Sidney M. Swope be at 11:45: P.M. Last bus leaving Winter Park
RECORD college complete i and trained I manager.
pilots
I II1RARYAND k ttf successfully its to fly them. they +r( ? The house is constructed of'i' "ANNIVERSARY SONG I will be at 12:15:1 A.M. [midnight]
"LINOA"
'!' $575.000 VictoryExpansion I will be hesitant m;< metal and stands 11 feet high. It "MAM'SEI.LE""OLOCCA.MORA"
; i will
.. program about picking a be on display here from noon I
I.. :
s;? launched to 8 p.m. daily through Saturday. ..
fight with us. ;;; "IT'S A GOOD DAV" ,
c. 'f;::;;; /.' more than a year -
<.,.' We should speArnett "MV FAVORITE BRUNETTE" I
ago to put Rol- If'VITAMINSDON'T
r :
cialize in the long distance
: heavy
: lins RADOSPHONOGRAPHSSALESRERVICE ...
; \ on a peacetime -
basis. bombers and train sufficient pilots BUCK YOU UP !
: to man them in case of anotherwar.
:4' lii,;,1 "Every friend ;, We should never let our- try NUXATED IRON KEEN RADIO !
: ,}, of Rollins is co- !
: ,,
selves caught unprepared ........
,,: io&riJ be Whpeer. dower 11- ye a sad a I I
::*"(: : ; : operating with us _, 1.COLLEGE.
taa&mna 14b.wi.e
hale rb. wl.t- .
Dr. Holt in our effort to again. It oU..'" daa't beet: ,.. ... try The Orlando Transit Co
KI'IlTBTt IKON t. kale !Mold! Mr full 14 PARK
obtain this last $90,000 and the mine, ).:your Hood.f.r full nt bleed lie''''..n.
.:.4J Harry.11. Luther, shipping clerk w M t. oat led wMdtrfcl. Htick I.NUXATE7IKON >
new library Dr. Holt said. .. .. .. .
< blen f 0"!! wmi 0. tbm foil 2204 Rrlrewaler Ph. %-1611:
Union Park .. ..
: i *1.L But tn* ">0.. .*"*t .. I ..
I "Parents! .f students have .rranixed "We should never have cut'I '
I I to help IM reach our 'i --
down on the air training program. '
N Ip I goal, while the alumni association I This countryshould: i lill:
baa undertaken
a similar train
effort. |I ,:
4"' every person that

"Recently our students put on .. is willing to fly, !!
a fiesta which added $2.000 to the and they should |I' I
-I 1 fund.-They are now producing a be taught how to j!
play that will be presented at the "' '' operate the latest

Annie,.Russell Theater Wednes-I type of military
MANY OTHER FAMOUS MAKES day and Thursday. | planes so they .
"Faculty and townspeople also ?s can be called to

Give Mother An Album produced a play two weeks ago defend the nation -
that netted $3.400 for the V-E t' in the event :
t- ,Jilt. ,'.=
I program.. of an enemy at- ;

FOR MOTHER'S DAY I "Before that Orlando promised Luther tack. All of the
J. I us the new classroom-building: to military airfields should be con- I NOTICEBy
be known as Orlando Hall. Winter tinued and the Air Reserve Program -

Park has done its full share toward reinstated as soon as pos, -
ALBUMS helping us reach our oal." sible. Our Air Force is our greatest :
This generous support at home defense and it should be

Waltzes ..........____.Guy Lombardo :.__________ 3.94 ha encouraged us greatly. It I maintained on a wartinie basis- :

Woltz ....._____Woyne King ....__.___._..____..3.31 will btaiii make money lighter elsewhere our efforts In the to I at all cost."* I '. I
I
Jerome Kern ,?.._.._._.._..Fred Waring _._..._..._...3.94 State and In the North.- L. E. Conner equipment supervisor ,. i I'

Listening Time ......._.....Fred Waring..........-.............6.13 "We cannot and will not fall." i!: Maitland: I.
Dr. Holt concluded. "I definitely am In favor of .

Music of Morton Gould ........_._._,._..___......_.....5.25 Under the V-E program, Rollins I' maintaining a strong air force, official act the members of the II!

Strauss Waltzes ...._...._....Al Goodman ..._....__..3.94 already had completed the new j and we can't do ,
administration building the gift : that without an

AI Jolso" ...................--..........__........_.,.............._...3.94 of Mrs. George E. Warren. Corrin i i i ample reserve I''

Beethoven Pathetique,.......Arthur Rubenstein .._....3.00 Hall the new girls dormitory given ; pool of pilots to
by Mrs. Henry Alvah Strong will call on in an ASSOCIATION
; ORLANDO RETAIL MERCHANTS
Shostakoritcfi" ....__......_...Symphony No. 5.....*....._....6.35 be ready for occupancy next Fall. j emergency. Along A ?* h I'i''-

Clare De tune....___?_Jose Iturbi...................1.05 And in the near future the con- I: as we have t .
ttruction of Orlando Hall will a strong well4trained

start, It was learned.ENLISTS air force j. ''",wand
POPULAR "
w the rest of .L:' '' .'
IN MARINES the world Is l ': II:

Mam'selle '.....,.... .....__... Pied Pipers...................__.. .63 Francis A. Bunker. 17yearoldson aware of It, we )s' have agreed io close their respective '
of Mr. and Mrs. M. I. Bunker. need not fear another '
.1 I Can't Get Up the Nerve to Kin You ..Freddy Martin .63
1833 Hollenbeck Dr. has enlistedin attack. We Conner

My Best To You ...-......_......Andy Russell .....'.............63 j the Marines and Is stationed at fl always have been unprepared
11 IIIi
Unless Can Happen With You ....Frankie Carle._.. .63 Parris Island. S. C.. S-Sgt. LouisW. when war occured and we should places of business each
Barrineau. local Marine re-I never let it happen again. A strong i
The Man Who PaInts the Rainbow ... Rhodes._. 63 )
.Betty I cruiter announced yesterday. air force is essential to our se- ,

A Sunday Kind of Lore ...,. .....Jo Stafford ...____._ .63 Bunker attended Cherokee JuntodHiah + curity." iI i !II ,
School and St. James Parochial -
Heartaches ........_.._...Harry James ..______..__ .63 I School and was a memberof / I i

Santa Catalina ...___......_..Modernaires ____._.____. .63 i the latter's football and basket- i TERMITE CONTROL !I

My Adobe Hacienda..............Dining Sisters..___._ .63 I ball teams. zt YEARS OF DEPENDA'HII.lTY ; WWNESDAYa12:3Opm.f = III
CALLS PHONE OR WRITE
If I Had My Life to Live Over......Dining Sisters.__.." .63 I A device has been invented
which will translate
Anniversary Song,................Al Jolson....___ .e-.:;. .79 I into visible patterns human on a speech screen ;: H. L. COX ''I,

After Graduation. ..............Sammy Koye..__."..._.__ .63 I which can be read by deaf persons i I 115% IRMA ST. I i I

The Whiffenpoof Song,.............Root Merrill._........... .79

HILLBILLYMany LOWER PRICES commencing Wed. May 7th and continuing thru ii j:



Tears Ago .,..................Eddy Arnold__....,....... 63

What Ii Life Without Love..........Eddy Arnold...__... .63 f MAY JUNE JULY AUGUST apd SEPTEMBER i'i'

Divorce Me C.O.D, .........._..Johnny Bond ...__..__. .63 ONE-YEAR GUARANTEE I :

The'Cattle ,Coll ............,.......Eddy Arnold .....__ .63

Mother's Only Sleeping, ......,....Bill Monroe.__..__ .63 Co.operatlnq with the nation-wid campaign to LOWER i I I Iu'

Red River Volley ...........Texa Robinson ..--..-.-..-... ,63 PRICES. BILL'S RADIO & BAER RADIO now offer :. ', ,' I
'" t.

\ Freckle Song..... ,........:....Hank Penny_..._.._....._.._ .79, I i I 15% ALLOWANCE en your old Radio or Record Player !, .

when traded In en a new Radio or Record Player. I ; .
RACE I I II

II 15% ALLOWANCE .n your old [playable] Phonograph ORLANDO illl illlI

Trarelin Shoes ................Golden Gate ...___............. .63 I Records when traded In an new Phonograph Records. ii

Jonah n.. .... ........Golden Gate ...... ..,,, .63 ; III OSE-
.w YEAR GUARANTEE en all new Radio and Record

Royal Telephone ......................Jubilee ......:.._..__. .79 i Players [RCA General Electric Westinghouse Motorola.

Take My Hand Precious Lord ...........Jubilee .79 Stewart-Warner, ete. I

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r I ] BAER RADIOPhone
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.tuw.aalANoo 417 W. : I ;.
Central V
tr.tnsausou.u Ave. "2 Orange Ave. '
I ,: 1 1I
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T 19471. ,_ a II ___ _______ I
--- I WIYU AND MOTHIKS Of DUNIQNO 1oUHALCOIIOLISlf- CASH NUT NEEDED

I: Curtis Daughter Welcomed I On Mod Car An Mechanical Repair*-Body and Wreck
InsuranceFirmShifts Writ Sought" Mr. and Mrs. R. A Honeycutt (9. Work-Palntinj-New Tlrei Seat Covers etc- Can B.
Jr., 827 Irma St.. report the birth I bec.sslrey Tr*.(M with One WHit .f HOSIIltolbotloll Had On Our Easy: Budget Plan-Come In-Let Ui Explita.STNERS .
of a daughter Carole Lee on I WHITE CROSS HOSPITAL
April 15, to their son and his wife ', 4k Writ* fof ..'-.... -PONTIAC fes j
State Off ice Here To Balk Medics i i Mr.Curtis and of Daytona.Mrs. Charles Beach. Edward : *** ..tnl ATMIM St. t.nbnrg Fl.. W COLONIAL --..__ PHONE 2X310 1

-- J
,
A Circuit Injunction that would
A Florida district office of the American Mutual Liability restrain Eugene Speer W. K.

Insurance Co. of Boston, under'the general supervision -'Price Jr. and others from erecting '. .,,::,"- ." ,:: ...< .' ': ..,.'" '"'" r". .' <. 'v
of Joseph T, Davey Jr., until recently the company's j doctor's offices and clinics on ; : ? \
Miami sales manager, has been established in the Professional ''Copeland Dr. was sought yesterday S'S :..... ,
Bldg. 320 N. Main St. it \ : In an application filed with p ,,
was announced yester. ,Circuit Cleric Arthur Newell by I ;
cav.The 1 Frank W. Reed. 316 Desoto Circle 5 5.
new office 13 staffed and I and H. N. Roth 236 Whittier Circle -
casualty equipped to handle all phases of I Harlan Cleveland Copeland Park property own-

ance insurf": -1v w ',< < f ers.The whose action
Heads for Shanghai complaints
serve :.,. ":-*
followed a meeting of the Cope- I
ers In. to.'r. 111"1orida. Harlan Cleveland son of Dr.I land Park Property Owners Assn..
As ..r. Marian van Buren Cleveland dean said in their application that ''I 5.'v
ida district_. of women at Rollins College will j Speer and Price bought several ,,
.. ....,
.
office
"', '. leave by plane from San Francisco lots on a tax deed from Orange a
oversee acth1t1esi > tomorrow for Shanghai where heI I County and are planning construc-
of will succeed'MaJ. Gen. Glenn Ed- :lots tion of professional offices despite jl -. ,
branches In;; .. gerton as chief of mission for : restrictions In all Copeland .- ....
Miami.Jacksonville and}.."<":' UNRRA In China it was learned Park deeds against use of lots In 1, ... I \:1lj/< : "
here yesterday I that area for business purposes '"' :
Davey who Before his new assignment without consent of other property :
I :
was named resident I l ___ :
Cleveland served as assistant chief ,owners. -- !&
secretary of Dan, in charge of the UNRRA economic I Reed and Roth contended a 1935 I
the company on taking over his ,program in Italy. L[Legislative Act :provides that re-
Orlando duties joined AmericanMutual's His wife and two children will ''strictions in original deeds are I I CI1UIMOSTSPECTACULARI
Miami sales staff In July remain on Cape Cod until he com- enforceable despite a title basedon 1
1944. He brings to Orlando abroad :pletes his mission around Jan. 1. I a tax deed.
Insurance, background
which will be of practical value I
'to Insurance buyers In this 71
area. Don't miss seeing"Colleen Moore's"Doll House on dkplayBritt'sElectrlcal '
Assisting Davey: In sales work Co. on North 0 I p1,1-n vii
IRPI
.
In Orlando and vicinity Is C. "If Well W.rth"s ln&'"
Allan Paul, special representative Benefit of "Braill*"--Orlando Lions Club
who Is well known here. .

Claim, safety engineering and :
auditing services are under the I I d& SHOE SELLING
direction of experienced Insurance I Y MLLVI.
men.J. Quinn Head has been
pointed district claim
Homer C. Hasty district ap-I + JiL/ +
and T. T. Planck, district .
Head a graduate of Atlanta '
Law School is 'a member of the I' C
Georgia. Tennessee and American 7,000 PAIRS ON
Bar Assn's. He joined American J
Mutual's Atlanta office in 1938 I ,
and before coming here served in r I
the capacity of claim manager at 1 \\< SALEPair'

Knoxville Hasty Is and a native Jacksonville.of P4W p .R' p\\t, c.o.oGR -
Canton
SAVE

he safety Ga.served Prior engineer to for his several at transfer Greensboro years here as, \\v..c.pass \\\ ?R\C.' .!r'2.9.2S I a! 'You 375 TO 575 on

N. C, and Jacksonville GJ.R
.
Planck: previously served as \g.g.
auditor at Greenville S. C.. and
has had manyyears experience in C-\- OE.\.-r Ix ACTUAL ____ ,ti. ? ARTIST'S
Insurance aUc11t1ng.Electroplaters'. .\.U5 tIA >< STYLES M t DRAWINGS

/ / Group ON SKETCHED FROM
E FROM {'' -
rs STOCKmm.
Honors Orlando Student It l TED STOCK
Benjamin Robert Briggs son of I\\
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Briggs of '
1224 E. Marks St., was awardedthe Q ar
American Electroplaters Society I I"y
fellowship at the Spring
Honors Convocation at the University -
of Michigan it was learned k4"'
here yesterday. The fellowship ; 6 ""a y ,.nyp ILy
win enable him to continue research -. nyy '
on electroplating. r rr), YK k
Briggs graduated. from Rollins ON SALE MONDAY! .;es I III
College in 1945 with the degree of + II IISt. _
Bachelor of I f+'
Science and has been Mwat coot ar + .
studying for his Doctor of Philosophy ba '
degree In chemistry at Mich t
kino, # 4d I
.., set.
American railroads average 100 Pictured above are a few of the thousands of pairs of New, High-Styled,
pounds of freight hauled 310 I 'Women's, :
miles every day for every InhabItant ORLANDO, FLORIDA 4.-k _- ager, and Miss Ruth Sisk. Assistant, check the tremendous detail in preparation -
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\ ., The selection we offer is the CREAM of all offered by our St. Louis Warehouse, and we present them to you as the BIGGEST AND MOST

:.' I It SENSATIONAL Shoe Event we have ever offered! Thousands will crowd our store Monday! Be sure you are here early! Bring enough

i. <, money to buy several pairs! Buy for now and later use! This is one of your greatest opportunities DO NOT PASS IT!

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These are not just ordinary shoes but our famous ATTENTION! :The shoes we're featuring will make shoe history

: \ : Cynthia originals. Among the many, many EXPERIENCED in Orlando. You'll find complete size ranges in I

A function of the Florida Bank isto( help local!'business.firms,,Iarg e ii' styles are sling:straps with low heels, step-in each style. We have the shoes to fit you! Sizes::

and small, and expand. Our accumulated in pumps, sling pumps, walled last pumps, D'Orsay SHOE 4 to 10. Widths AAAA, AAA, AA, A, B and C's. I .
progress experience I pumps, anklette sandals, wedge ties and platSALES PERSONS''! These are not odd lots and broken size:: runs i

meeting problems similar and perhaps identical to yours is always P! form sole pumps. The colors include black [but every pair was hand selected for this super ,

\. available. This ; patents, gabardines, calf and kids. You'll find L4+> Bud help! Call 2,"l Sunday .or, event! We've shoes for the teen-age group as
.- complete, modern'bonking service is at your i report at itor by t:M A.M. Monday
ii i brown kid I brown suede, tan calf and frappe cocoa .- well as matron and mother styles.I Some with I
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disposal. Use it!! ;i, suede. Believe us .,,. at'$3.00 they're out of this Derlcltce4 ccd <_,, open toes others with-closed toes. Words simply

I "I': world! Don't let anything keep you away! apply! can't describe our enthusiasm for these lovely,

i Commercial Banking Trust Facilities !I II You'll be sorry if you miss ,this! smart, chic shoes.

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THE HEART OF THE CITRUS BELT a point to be here early! If you haven't a car, call your neighbor for a ride! Walk hitchhike, or catch a bus! Regardless -
I of what you might have planned drop it. and BE HERE: WHEN THE DOORS OPEN at 9CO A. M. Monday!

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