Orlando morning sentinel
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Title: Orlando morning sentinel
Alternate title: Orlando Sunday sentinel
New year sentinel=star
Sunday sentinel=star
Orlando Sunday sentinel=star
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 60 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W.M. Glenn
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: May 7, 1947
Publication Date: 1918-1953
Frequency: daily[<1926>-1953]
daily (except monday)[ former 1918-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division, and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 6, no. 94 (June 1, 1918)-v. 64, no. 32 (July 27, 1953).
General Note: "Inland Florida's greatest newspaper."
General Note: "Independent Democratic." Cf. Ayer, 1946.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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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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Madame Homer f I UNIONS Telephone TO SETTLE ON Workers LOCAL BASIS GreekTurkishAid Florida Sales Tax Bill

Former Opera Bill Clears

Star Dies Abandon Hopes For First HurdleMeasure Killed by. Committee

Nationwide AccordWASHINGTON
Singer ResidedIn To Get

Debate in HouseWASHINGTON
Winter Park [UP] The National Federation of Telephone

Mme. Louise Homer, be- I Workers, in a drastic change in its stand on the [rAP The What Do You Mean the Sport of Kings? House Approves

loved by opera goers of two I national telephone strike,- last night abandoned efforts to $400 million GreekTurkishaid .

continents, died yesterday at reach a nationwide agreement with the American Telephone program got over its first I _

I Co. and instructed its unions hump in the House I
3:35 p.m. at her home in r & Telegraph n affiliated yester- Co-Education

to settle on a local basis with day, even some of its foes
Winter Park. She had observed -
Bell system companies. voting to send it to the floor for
her 76th birthday on April
k 30. Indian River NFTW Pres. Joseph A. Beirne debate.A .

announced that the unions 49- standing vote of 168 to 22 Measure.Gahr
The golden-voiced contralto
member Policy Committee had accepted a procedure calling for .
formerly of the Metropolitan
adjourned Its meeting. which had 1 nine hours of debate and unlimited -

Opera Co. died after an illness of been in continuous session since attempts at amendments. This \ / / Tells ViewsOf
five weeks of a heart ailment.
I Win Issue March 24.From was no test of the bill's ultimate / / Retailers
Around her when she died were
I now on bargaining will fate but if it had been the other

her husband. Composer Sidney LAKELAND [AP] A strong be on a local basis. Beirne said. way around the effect would have TALLAHASSEE [AP] The

Homer her son and her four married elimination of size 150 unless A. T. & T. wants to meet
daughters I I I bid for been to bar the bill from immediate Senate Finance and Tax-

in the No 2 grade consideration.
Mme. Homer had lived In 'oranges Return to Work ation Committee killed by a

inter Park eight'years and was from the approved shippinglist PALATKA [lAP All of Palat- Secretary of state Marshall 13-1 vote yesterday the

. associated with __ I[ was rejected by the ka's striking telephone employes advised the House that the Shands three cent salestax

I Rollins College -i Federal Citrus Marketing Agreement returned to work yesterday. "greatest urgency" for aiding 'per
I A. B. Southern Bell's -' I bill.
1 I Dooley Greece and Turkey had been
as honorary ad- Committees yesterday after
;t : Florida manager, said 39 had y-i i 1 L Sen. McArthur of Fernandina,
visor In voice. from the Indian made "even more positive" by (fr i t ,
representatives '
w been on strike and that they $ 'F' 1f'Q 1- chairman. the committee, was
Since coming I River section opposed it vigor- showed up as a group this mornIng the recent MMt'OW'onfrTen "\
the only one to favor approving
here she had devoted -'I' ously. and told officials they had of Foreign Ministers. .. )
v--"' ,
decided to call off their strike.on ; ____ the bill which its sponsor, W. A.
much of Indian River citrus men pro- His opinion was read to the S estimated
Shands of Gainesville
her time to Instructing tested that inability to ship this a national basis and there Is House by Chm. Eaton R-NJ.l], of _____ !would have raised about $75 million -

prom- i size fruit would be serious blow I no indication that It does." the Foreign Affairs Committee as \ 2 annually

ising}rouneslnc- I to<< their deal and the difference Belrne' announcement was debate opened turbulently on the 4// I & : S Action by the committee came

ers, who profited brought out in the requirementsof bill to bulwark the two Southeastern I after brief remarks by Shands
made only a few hours after
frnm her store of the caused increased Interest I
area European countries against
-- Government conciliators disclosed and Lloyd F. Gahr of Orlando
I. experience..n- Mme. Homer in the two public hearings Communism. 4/O4/
of the Florida State Retailers -
that A. T. & T. had made ,
Few women In the history of to be held next week on a pro- Eaton himself referred to the \
Its third and best offer to dateto / Assn.
this country have received as posal to allow separate regulations striking long lines workers bill as the most important piece Gahr said: "We are definitely

many honors as Mme. Homer. from Indian River fruit. and that settlement of that of legislation to reach the floor ///f\\\/// opposed to it."

She was a member of the Metro- Speakers seeking elimination phase of the national strike was i I in 100 years. He called on his He also said the tax measure

politan Opera Company for 19 of size 150 oranges said the "close as an eyelash." colleagues to accept resolutely the was "discriminatory" and "would

successive year?-which Is belIeved .more would strengthen fresh "great risks" of protecting Greece I have a tendency to retard sales."

to be a record for a woman fruit prices of other sizes whileat Beime declined to say what and Turkey from Red totalitari The death of the sales tax

artist. She was a star during the the same time canners would effect any settlement reached In anism. shared top interest during the
the long lines dispute would haveon
Met' golden era when Caruso. take all available of this size ata Marshall wrote that the bill 1 afternoon with

Schumann Heink Farrar and price equal to what It would other striking workers. "would enable the United States, House passage of

others, were at the peak of their bring on the fresh fruit mar- ALANTA flip H. P. Tweedy, In this crisis, to support the a bill establishing -:

careers. I ket. They said canners have vice president of the South- United Naticns by pursuing a positive co-education I

In 1923-24 she was chosen as been absorbing all 150' offeredat era Federation of Telephone policy in behalf of Greece and after next July 1

one of the 12 greatest living $1.40 a box approximatelythe Workers said last night that he Turkey. I am convinced that it at both the Uni-

American Women by the National fresh price. hoped to, renew bargaining negotiations -I will be in our own interest and in versity of Florida

Association of Women Voters. The recommendations of the .with Southern Bell Telephone the interest of world peace." / / / and Florida 1

Five American college and universities !- committees left regulations for the I Co. early tomorrow In an I He told the House that he State College for I

honored her with hon- week beginning Monday as they effort to end the telephone strike had helpej formulate the program Women, which I

..orary degrees. have been In recent weeks permitting I among 40.000 Southeastern telephone before!leaving for Mos- Allen Sharp Earthquake Truman Defends then will become j

4 Only lad February Rollins shipment of oranges 1nalH1&O.an.d workers. 'rqW," tMt.rh: approved of ResignsAs Florida StateUniversity. i

i:- College bestowed upon her the... smaller and gradingNo. Advised of the new ,turn of amendments''".'Inserted by the Rocks BuildingsIn i

t Algernon Sydney Sullivan Medallion 3 or better. The action is events In Washington for bargaining Senate, that he and Under-See- MilwaukeeMILWAUKEE The---- coeducation -- ---- I

which Rollins consider subject to approval by the Secre- on a local basis with Bell retary of State Aeheson "werein Chest HeadBecause Italian Treaty measure Gahr

Its highest award. tary of Agriculture.The system companies, Tweedy said: constant touch" during his [UP A sharp I went through by an 80 to 7 vote,

Mme. Homer possessed great committees said they would "We did not receive the official and all moves were earthquake shook Milwaukee and it now goes to the Senate.

beauty. She successfully combined give further consideration to elimination news: yet. But If true. we "fully absence co-ordinated." of a change in by- a section of southern Wisconsin I WASHINGTON [AP] Pres. I Florida merchant were taken by

what was recognized as an ideal of the ISO's at their next hope to start negotiations as soon laws that would have extended along Lake Michigan yesterdayand Truman stepping in to save surprise as the committee took a
Toes of the bill early served no- ,
marriage and home life with an meeting. May 14. as possible which means tomorrow tice of their strategy-based primarily his term through two some persons terrified by the Italian peace treaty, declared -II quick vote on the bill to levy the

equally successful career. Another open meeting on the the earliest." the tremor ran Into the streets.I sales tax. Sen. Rose of Orlando
an attempt to sub- fund raising campaigns, Lin- yesterday that Sen-
She was born in Pittsburgh the proposal for separate regulationsis upon I No serious damage was reported.The made the customary motion to report -
resolution to send the ton E. Allen of the ate rejection of the
stitute a president pact I
daughter of Rev. William T. and scheduled for'May 12 at Vero German Marshal quake shook buildings and I the bill favorably, saying all

Sarah Colwell Beatty. She studiedIn Beach. Greek-Turkish issue to the United First National Bank, resigned as I rattled windows in Milwaukee, a I would be "a heavy blow to our committeemen already knew how

Nations. president of the Community Chestat I of and country's leadership In world\ going to vote.
Philadelphia and then in Sentenced To Die city 500.000 population they were
Not until today, at the earliest of directors affairs."
of the board
a meeting -
Boston. Negro Attacks Two was so sharp it broke the seismograph Shands told the committeethe
VENICE lAP Field Marshal will a decision come-first on a yesterday afternoon at the I The President Secretary of
It was in Boston that she met at Marquette University. bill Is "my baby and no one
Women in Georgia Albert Kesselrlng. who master- series of amendments and substitute Chest office 62 E. Pine St. State George C. Marshall, former \
Sidney Homer a young composer- Police reported that many per- else Is responsible for It, adding"I
minded the stubborn German retreat proposals then on the bill Dr. Marshall C. Dendy pastor I Secretary James F. Byrnes and
SYLVANIA. Ga. lAP SheriffW. sons were frightened by the trem- I i know this is a radical departure -
Continued on Page Z, Ce!. 4] up the Italian peninsula In itself. House Republicans obviously of the First Presbyterian Church I Sen. Vandenberg R-Mlchl team *
L. Crumley reported yesterdayan t blor. The quake was like the concussion from our system of taxes.
1944, was sentenced by a five- were split wide open. On the and former first ed up against critics who have
escaped Negro convict abductedand of a far oft explosion. from
said that
The Weather man British military court :yesterday Democratic side of the aisle, there vice president. been saying the treaty Is too harsh I Shands revenues
attacked two white women 1 the tax would "insure" the gradual -
to die before a firing squad appeared less opposition. was named to and would open up a weakened I
ORLANDO AND VICINITY one In the of her three- taxes.
: presence \ Admiral lessening of real estate
King Proposes
for war crimes against the Italian succeed him. He Italy to the threat of Communism. I
Partly cloudy and continuedwarm year-old son. and that the Negro t He added that the bill mould\
people.Dr. Killed 31 will serve as National Defense Unit I Mr. Truman wrote Marshall I I
today and tomorrow witha had been captured.The have attempted to absorb all exIsting -
the view
Hans Laternser, Kessel-: president until WASHINGTON [API Fleet I that he does not share
few afternoon thundershower sheriff Identified the Negroas excise taxes except those
James Brown, about 25, an !I ring's lawyer said he would "ap- Hurt by Bomb the next annual Adm. Ernest J. King opened fire I that the treaty's disarmament of I'' upon gasoline: racing and license

peal personally against the sen meeting In February on Pres. Truman's compromise Italy conflicts with his policy ef tags. It would have imposed new
escapee from a Bulloch County CAIRO. Egypt fun A powerful -
Greece and Turkey I ad-
bolstering and
tence. Laternser asserted earlier excises upon sales, rents
Cracker Jim Sez: road gang where he was serving; f time bomb planted beneath a Army-Navy unification plan yes- i Communism. missions.
that the Nazi general had declined first row balcony seat of the In submitting I terday as putting "the cart before against I
time would
One of them dude city picture, for forgery. Sheriff Crumley I to ask for clemency in his Metro Theater exploded. amidst. his resignation. I the horse." I' Marshall read the letter before Shands said the tax funds school
said the Negro had been taken to behalf.Phillips' have helped improved systems -
takers was outen this way yestlddj own 1,500 moviegoers last nignt. Killing Allen Allen pointed out Instead of the I the Senate Foreign Relations and "relieve the desperatetax
placing Navy
an* he wanted to the State prison at Reidsville. Ga.. at least four persons and woundIng I "
that the new by-laws extend his Army and Air Force under a single Committee at a hearing situation of our cities.
take a picture of RlQ for safekeeping. Condition 31 others as Cairo celebratedthe I
'. Details of other State
Cabinet officer King suggested to testified that I [
in which Byrnes
ne in a swap /,,/ llth anniversary of King term of office from one year to 18 I on
Ivor."' some of them ,fpulletsofmlne.I ), I Shows Improvement Farouk's succession to the throneof months and that since he headedthe the Senate Armed Services Committee civilIan rejection of the treaty would tive Page 51.Mrs. development. appear
U.S.-British Action that all diplomatic, {
1 \ I .1. Wellborn C. Phillips confinedto Egypt.At Chest during last Fall's drive Industrial and bring In Italy "uncertaintywhich
done tole that In Orange Memorial Hospital for least 11 of the injured were I and
rascal that them Turkey ChargedLONDON continued treatment hospitalized two of them men he believed it proper that someone functions relating to the national causes Ganzcl Reported
after losing i I "
else "should have the privilege of defense be concentrated under a discontent breeds Communism.
chkensbgood [UP) Irvestia. the his left arm In an auto accident with both legs blown off. and 20 drive." In Serious Condition t
I I conducting the 1947 National Defense Council.
eatln. but that a Russian Government newspaper near Sanford last week. yesterday others were treated for minor Injuries Is effective Mr. Truman and his bipartisan !
picture of me I sent word\ to friends that he "ia at an emergency first aid His resignation foreign policy backers likewise Condition of Mrs. John H. Oan-
aint fitten for organ, charged yesterday that: the theater. June.1."What. zel. wife of the business managerof
not as sick as some seem to think"and station set up
:'I it amounts to Is that I Navy Claims Rocket urged early Senate ratification of II
nothin That skeestersaid I could t American and British agents were that he expects to "be out the Orlando Baseball Club. was

keep it, an look back when I gi; 'building up air! radar and radio., right soon." Aleman Lauds TVA will serve nine of the 18 months.will Superior to V-2 peace treaties with Bulgaria. I described as "serious" late yesterday -

real old to see how I look now,, stations throughout I Il I I Dr. Carl Hoffmann Phillips' he explained. Dr. Dendy Hungary and Romania. I by her husband.
Turkey. nine. There- API) The Navyis I I
but he alt changed my mind l I r physician said that he is showing After Inspection serve the remaining WASHINGTON Marshall said "the world would I I Mrs. Ganzel has been confined
American and British air lines I after the president will serve 12 developing a 45-foot load- I Princeton
'at 1423 W.
her home.
none cause I aint a goin to be: 'steady improvement. Last night'shospital I lose all confidence in our proposals -
in Turkey are served by military CHATTANOOGA. Tenn. tAP months in the past"The carrying rocket that can be fired I I She had
as weeks.
able to forgit how I look. Thij report listed his conditionas I and our leadership" if the Ave.. over
Izvestia in Pres. Miguel Aleman of Mexico to Allen's term from and reach altitude :
heer Summer weather shore does!' personnel alleged and "fair with a little Improve- I extension shipboard an necessary two-thirds approval of shown Improvement last week. but
grow a good crop of them dude.addition many American and ment." returned to Chattanooga by air resulted when the board. at its I of 235 miles twice the the treaties by the Senate is not I her condition became worse Monday -
workin folks. British agents are active disguised last night after a one-day tour April meeting, voted to hold the I height attained by the German : forthcoming promptly. i 1 night.

as business men. of the fertile Tennessee River annual election of officers and directors I V2. I II Vandenberg [R-Mich), chair-
-Ie H I Arab, Jew Escapees area developed by America's Ten- in February instead of j I The Navy said yesterday the Relations
man of the Senate Foreign Toniqht's Movies
.TODAY'S.ach Tidm.ytotsDayt.ns Hi.h 11 a.mBd .. Death Toll Mounts I I Remain at Large nessee VaUeyAuthority.After his tour he told. reportersthat September so as to for give the them annual more 1 rocket named the Neptune load to could the Committee, said the dele BkACHAM: Trail Street. 1:00.: S:43. 4.28.
time to 100-pound
9:33 p m: Low 3:03 s m. and 2.&8 p.m. prepare I carry a gates from America battled for : 35.
Coca ..ach Ti4a: Blah 1.22 a.m. end I JERUSALEM [API It was officIally the TVA stands as "proof October-November fund drive. 235-mile height or lift a ton up- I months to final agreement ROXY2'T;: ; U Street. 1:00: 24; ], 4J8.
: In win
0:43 p.m.: Low Inlet 3:13: TM a.!m.**.and High 3:08 t'IT p mSebastian am. Diarrhea Epidemic announced last night that f that the integral natural resourcesof Previously the Chest campaign ward 84 miles. No figures could be on. the documents "omitted no 1.:0)LfW. 7:52.: :9:37.:Shadnw of I Woman. '. ',

Cud 1:38 P m.. Low 3:08 ..m. and 3 01 p,m'I PHILADELPHIA IDP1 An epidemic -I 166 Arabs and 29 Jews remained a nation can and should be obtained on how far it could travel effort to defend the legitimate andessential I 70S. 10.13. That Brtnnan Ott!. 2.20. 1:300 ,
Sun PhaM. RUei S.41; sets 7.03. of infant diarrhea brqught at large after the wholesale escape -I used for the good of the people." [Continued on Page 2, Col. 3] horizontally If used as a rocket rights of the new Italian ':35."ORAND: lbS ProW Man. 2 34 4 ... 111.

death to two more babies yesterday Sunday of 216 prisoners weapon. I.3U; Mr Hei 100. 3 24. II 41. 8 12. 10.36.
LOCAL TEMPERATURES raising to 27 the toll of infant through two explosioncrumpledwindows republic. RIALTO Blue Bklei. 100. 310.: 8.23.VOdUE. : .
Retarded b> U. B. Weather Bvraa* at I THE HOLY LAND DISPUTE I IiUNCommittee 1.0.: I n.
Municipal: Airport: victims who have died of the of Acre P ison. : 'Humcrf tqnt. 3'07. 6'30. f SS.

.Maximum___ __ 70 B9l; Minimum 1pm-----; STtern. _,. If I disease in Eastern Pennsylvania Four Jewish and one Arab prisoner I President Will Get Socialists Support It.I O' .t To B. Tounc. Llmberloit.CLEKMONT 2 00. 8:23.. 8.49.

2 ..11I. ____-_-_. fI' I 2 Pili. _____ .1 I and New Jersey hospitals. were killed during! ( the first To Hear Bigger Sacred Cow French GovernmentPARIS DRIVE-PC: Girl; UtIle ef MU tn BK. Dark Mountain
3cm. --__--_ 70 3p.m. ___ s4am. I A total of 29 other babies were I few minutes of their flight and Votes .
a a.m.. __-S9 M 5 4pm.pm. _.SI 14: reported still in at Pennsylvania 116 Arabs since have been recaptured WASHINGTON UPI A bigger [UP The nonCommunist DZLAJTO'. Hoctnrna. DREKA- TIlt Sa -

...5a.m. ___ 68 6 pm. .............Si r and New Jersey hospitals. The ailment faster more luxurious Sacred I Government of Socialist Premier or Idse.osovxLArD' Tht Jung!. Prlneni
'5a.m...IIL. ._._......51 68 8 1 pm.p.1IL. __ ES SI:: was classified as gastro- i 'Jewish and Arab OfficialsLAKE Cow will be delivered to Pres. Paul Ramadier won the support HAINES Uprtaln CTTT: Johnny ABteU List Frostier

.... 77 I PIIL. 11 I enteritis. I Troop Removal Expected Truman in mid-Summer In time ; of the Socialist National KIS8IMMEE: Frankenstein
10 a." _un 80 10 p-m. "r SUCCESS, N. Y. [AP] The political committee for him to fly to Alaska and the 'Council by a narrow margin in MOUNT DORA: Till UM Cloud RoIl BT.
11 cm. _--==-== 82 11 pm.__====::: ;!;II CANBERRA. Australia CAP A .. Pacific Northwest. I an early-morning vote which end- I SANFORD: SIster Kenny .
12 a. 85 12 m. of the United Nations Assembly voted 40 to 0 last night. ST CLOUD: Wh. the Dtttena Rod
/ government source said yesterday of the session of the Best.
i Probable July delivery ed an all-night WINTER GARDEN Bloadie Knows
TCMPEKATUMH CLSCWHIRCWASHINGTON .;1 /La.jtr. Australia planned to withdrawher \ to hear the Jewish agency for Palestine and the Arab !'new DC-6 Douglas plane, with council. WINTER HAVEN: : Rome 6eet Homicide.
(API Wrather Burae T* .A' Calendar Olrl. PALACE
port of tcmpcrtturt tor Ills 24 boon end: occupation troops from Japan I higher committee on equal terms despite an Arab threat to 100 miles more speed per hour I The council voted its support : Bloe Skiet. LAKE: Moonlight Sonata.

let I pm. "t Service within Uo years. The source saidit I the assembly's deliberations on the Holy Land :, than the present Sacred cow. was without which Ramadler's Cabi- !
$t&th.41 L. I Station Nt LI 17.- boycott
AJ1InWI 73 40 f M'IIIt'hlJ U 11 ii was expected that a civilian & : disclosed yesterday along with Mr. net could not hate hoped to survive -
Atlanta 110 n Miami II IfACan. police force, including Australians, u&ue.The: P"A. Truman's tentative land and air I by a majority of 404 votes. 1947 *QaJ 1947M
cst, 10 12 I Mobile III NBlrmlDlbam eventually would succeed the occupation five Arab states, plus I sponsored the conciliatory move travel plans for the Summer. A total of 4,654 votes cast.
10 10 41 U N.w MOlltlomen Orl..1I1 U 11 PSiaflelo $4Poetne troops. France and India abstained on which gives the Jewish agency for I ;MN, 11M' VM '*.. Fn Sat

42 31 'Pew Yozk 11.. the committee vote. Palestine and Arab higher committee 8 10
nattADoocal 45 Norfolk 24 41 The Political Committee ad- for Palestine equal opportunity I,I Solon Named MayorBALTIMORE Please don't forgetMqTHER 7 9
Chicago !2.0 PhiladelphIa 81 41 McNutt Successor Rumored II
Cincinnati Si dO PtUab.QIa H.,: Wis-.plioa.--35 w.itlf journed until today at which timeit to appear before the As- I [TAP Rep. 11 12 16
Cleveland 114 U Rlchmolld "1S 41 WASHINGTON DPI) Emmett will begin work on the' actual sembly's 55-nation Political Committee Thomas D. Alesandro. serving his 13 14 15 17

DetroIt .1$4 U 20 81LD 8t. Louis AntonIo n. 14K'J $4JsekionVtUS f [GRIFFIN *1 O'Neal former' Democratic Congressman I framing of a committee which will !I here. fifth term in the House of Rep; 18 20 21 22
: from Louisville. will and resentatives election as Choose 19 23 24
WIfl III 1Z SeVinnell 77 13Knonl' I n. Ky.. investigate Palestine report I won
". "I U 8P.tUI 57 $41JUIP : I .,. II' succeed Paul V. McNutt as am- back to the General Assembly next\ I mayor of Baltimore yesterday as Mrs. Littleton's Fine Candies
27 11 111.4Ia l' .rltUIR'Indt I
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world' t a.t dealerpava
I I bassador to the K Evans lirj$ .252b2722931
Philippines a high j I ; the Democratic Party ticket swept
Aneeles 71 n Vlrhbarc 11 ClLsu1ivUs j I op SIM ever lid prIce form 437 X. Orancc Ave. h. 1102
17.. WalW1ltoa .a IIr Filipino official said last night. Fall.Argentina and the United States and : ., automobllei.- I i into office In municipal balloting. I
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wlteri Wednesday, May 7, 1947 I advantages of greater individual
2 Orlanha iHrmilnrj Clash
Page Senators Truman Urges War initiative," Austin said.

More Evidence Pastor Killed, I I II Former Opera Over RFC IssueWASHINGTON On Fire HazardsWASHINGTON tinued.modified"Ideologies"They by conditions are and man-made systems he con-and are

Star DiesWinter can be changed. The best way to

Against May II I I move in the direction of freer enterprise -

Shot ParkAt [ rAP Sen. [AP] Pres. Truman yesterday urgeda is to work for the expan-
Daughter '
4545iasq [R NH] called
i'Tobey suddenly. a '
I broad attack the <
Given halt to Senate Banking Com on nation's fire hazards as part of a I sion of production and trade *
the confidence that vW
I [Continued from Tare 1] ; mittee hearing into RFC trans- wider program to improve Health and rehabilitate an estimated -\ people is
embrace that system which succeeding -
A former A 76-year-old
WASHINGTON TAP] LIMA Ohio AP] a 23 million
I actions with the B. & O. Rail- persons injured in fire and auto accidents. ."
Army colonel said yesterday he preacher died yesterday with a'' r i id music teacher. She studied with road yesterday after he and Sen. In an address \ .
opening National Fire Prevention said the political
r I a three-day Austin on
J. first
balked In 1913 when Andrew him heard her
him and with [R Ind.]
then wartime chairman of bullet In his heart and a mercy Faust with Emma Capehart tangled loudly : conference: the Presldentblamed fi side, that the American strugglewas
May It was
the House Military Committee plea on his lips as the killer stood j ?' Eames, Jean and Edouard de I Tobey angrily., chairman of the com- I "human carelessness old "against the kind of expan-

asked him to swing "a nice, big over his critically wounded daughter ale,kv Reszke and Lassalle In the cast. mittee, accused Capehart .of I construction and outdated build-I[Austin Tells sionism other that countries dominates and and for exploits the-

contract" to the Garsson munitions in a dimly lighted bedroom. j "If anyone had ventured to asking "un-American" questionsand ing codes for most fires The loss type of expansion that makes the
combine. The gunman then turned the ( ,. suggest that In five years she Capehart retorted bitterly ; by fire in 1947 will be more than I most of the human and natural
Henry B. Sheets now a private revolver on himself. would be singing with these that he is sick of Tobey's "as-
banker at Buffalo, N. Y., told the The Rev. Lewis Whitaker, pas- artists, she would I persions. I $750 unless the present resources of its own country and
I of same great rate Is reduced, he said. Task of U. S.S.NEW trade with others." .
Jury In the May-Garsson war tor of the Pentecostal Church have roared Sidney Homer II After the exchange Tobey said I
fraud case that May told him: God in nearby West Newton. I I wrote later in his book. My Wife that since most members have : Then, departing from his manuscript .arlr found in shadesof
"You know how these things are I to the floor half-clad. I I I Diamonds
slumped and I. been too busy to attend the hear- Mr. Truman declared 23 pinkL.dr'P.'blue, brown
done. You go and see that they beside his 44-year-old daughter YORK API] Warren R. green
[the Garssonsl get a nice big contract Mrs. Nora Nichols In the climax I I 1895.They She were studied married in on Paris Jan.and 9. million persons had been injuredin Austin chief American delegate: and even .black., .

.- of a family quarrel. then made her operatic debut as fires, auto wrecks and other to the United Nations, declared I IF' 5DON'T

Sheets said he replied: Sheriff Ray Dally of Allen M. C. DENDY Leonore in La Favorite at Vichy. u accidents and added: last night the United States' task
"I can't do it. Re latlons'wouldn't DR. BUCK YOU UPtry
"Most of them
County said 42-year-old Lester France in 1898. are due to
I "our
was to keep economy com-
permit Besides Nichols of Silver Lake, Ind, chest president. In her first appearance on the carelessness. Most of them are NUXATED IRON
,others are better qualified to do petitive and expanding and to assist -
former the due to the fact that
whom he identified as a stage the audience 4 people are .d/ate.led: a
the work. convict and estranged husband performance by breaking into Ignorant on what to do in an other countries in their efforts ..Whm...I k four,l...doctor... k*trl dm.waiter fin. ..didBfc 116..u. .-
is charged with accepting ., It .a..lna 4.a' b.eb
May of the five-times wounded woman thunderous applause after she had emergency. to expand theirs"In ,,\lUTED IBOS r asr 1lu 4 V&3ntOX
and Tar Murray bribes. Three Oarsson others key figures Henry I would be questioned.But I Allen Resigns sung a duet with Scaremberg. a "Let's teach them. Let's cure an address at a meeting ,of voter a Ia r:::Ie Weea.r.,fall nd Seer Meal r s b.1DI e.efw
'tenor of the Paris Opera. this situation. I think tab_ for entu tvMte GIft 1MBnL a felt
in a $78 million group of war no charges have been filed i II she in we can cut the United States Associates of But a. ebb u Orantf!8 the UM.IniUltmcnt .
The following :year sang that 23 million
I I down instead of
firms, and Joseph F. Freeman. against the man. who mutters in- ] London. An eight the International
Covent Garden
Washington "contract man" for coherently on his bed in Lima i t I Head I months: engagement with the __ __ .. 1:>!'1i.':_ Increasing"I want it.to all those Chamber of| cost lOWER "it.n It's rlnr teusht w.LOAN3 .
As Chest :see people "
the Garsson brothers, are also on Memorial Hospital. He has a self- Royal Opera in Brussels followed rehabilitated and : Commerce Aus- "7' nnaer.Ir.
trial accused of conspiring to pay inflicted bullet wound in his head. ,I her London appearance. In 1900 I I Tobey Capehart \ places back In given their tin said the!
May than $50,000 for Government attendants held little society. We can do : United S tate
more Hospital .
she made her sensational debutin ings he will name a subcommittee that, too, and that la
Continued from Pare 1] partly up to
favors.Crippled hope for the recovery of the man'swife [ was !
I York with the Metropolitan -
within two weeks to the IM_
carry on
who received two wounds in you."You for world stability
( Airliner was held in January and February.Mrs. inquiry. I i will find that this all fits 0..pt4th Fleer (;
her in her legs
abdomen two through Sl'
I During the next 19
Pettus Lee former second I Only Tobey and Capehart : in a pattern which is covered ina lANK-
one in her shoulder. became first vice- the Met she was acclaimed showed up for yesterday's health which United Nations. FIRST NATIONALMMilwr
Miles vice-president session. i I sent
message to
Flies 1,050 I
Unable to obtain statements president when Dr. Dendy was 'by critics for her contralto rolesIn The bitter exchange between them | Congress last year and which fits He said Amerscans | Trtt IVpotlt ,........ Crprsttwt
SANTA BARBARA Calif. [AP] either from Mrs. Nichols or her and Orpheus, Trlstran and Isolde.I occurred during I in with these ,. needed
elevated to the presidency testimony on an meetings to prevent
A giant Pan-American Airways husband. Sheriff Dailey turned to Samson and Dellla. Falstaff LaI free themselves I
Charles O. Andrews Jr., local attorney I $80 million bond transaction between : accidents
DC-4 made perfect the horrow-stricken witness to from fear of dU-
Clipper a eye OIocanda Aids n Trovatore. Lo :
and president of the Com- the Baltimore and Ohio
landing at Goleta Airport yester- the tragedy the slain pastor's Welfare Planning Council I!hengrin, and many others. : Railroad and the Reconstruction fering economic!
day after covering the last 1,050 I widow the board to suc- She later sang with the Chicago Finance Corp. ideologies. I etIO
elected T
miles of, a flight from Honoluluon Mrs. Whitaker told this story I was ceed her. He by also will serve until I Opera Company, the San Fran- j'j'I Tobey cut in as Capehart Ques- Truman Silent ''The evidence Austinf I
three of its four engines. Sheriff Dailey and another daughter Cisco and Los Angeles Opera tioned experience seems to indicate
I next s I a Randolph Phil-
The 22 passengers and nine Mrs. Grace Nichols of Ken- February.The board meeting followed a Companies and returned triumphantly lips o[ New York about whetherhe .hat when people are in desperate ,,
crewmen aboard the 44-passenger ton. Ohio, declared: to the Metropolitan in had straits as a result of an
plane stepped safely from the I Nichols forced the front door of committee conference of with the the Community executive i i 1927. Mose changed his name from On Labor Bill earthquake, a war or a devastat- )

craft a few moments after it had the Whitaker's frame home and Welfare Planning Council and the |I Dr. and Mrs. Homer celebrated "Your questions seem unfair ing depression: they turn to Government \
been brought to a halt by Capt.I I entered the bedroom where she I their Golden Anniversary and un-American the chairman I i but when they get out of
called i
'' Review Board by -
A. D. Durst. 47. of Los Altos chief' and her husband and Mrs. Nich- the Appeals Chest for the purpose of determining -I In 1945 and were guests of honor suddenly fired out. "I dont' i!. WASHINGTON [rAP Pres. Truman their economic difficulties they
pilot and veteran of 18 years'service ols were sleeping. what should be done In at a reception and an evening give a demn whether a man'sa I has decided against stating begin to think of freedom and the I.-

with the airline. Nichols exchanged handshakesand regard to the many fund drives I I of music at Rollins College. Jew and took his mother's his position on any particular labor ---
- -
friendly greetings with her Hundreds of their admirers in name at two and onehalf legislation before it reacheshis .'.
held in Orlando by non-member years. Ctirtral Flrt/ UrMt Olttrlkutw Offlt* Eq.l.ut t
husband then launched into a agencies in recent years. Winter Park and Orlando at- I I'm Interested In the B. & O. desk it was reported yesterday
quarrel with Mrs. Nichols. The result of the conference I tended. not red herrings. 1 as the Senate Republican leadership -
h The parents heard their was that the Chest board adopted Besides her husba d, Mme. The red-haired Cap e h art pressed for a tougher bill anda i SPECIAL THIS/ WEEK
daughter scream "don't do that" unanimously a resolution Homer is survived by a son. flushed. Bringing his fist downon quick final vote. -

and Nichols fired five times at asking the Appeals Review I Sidney: four daughters Mrs. Er- 1 1i his chair arm, he shouted: I The Republicans, with consider- "Air Flight" Circulator nest Van R. Stlre!. Mrs. Douglas
"I'm sick and tired of cast- able Democratic help, swamped a
the daughter as the aged minister Board to tend a letter to the your I *
remonstrated. A sixth shot various health and welfare i Fryer Mrs. Robert Warner and I Ing aspersions at me. move to delay further consideration FLOOR TYPE FANS *-"*
entered the Rev. Whitaker'iright agencies which conduct separate Mrs. Robert E. Henry: a sister, 1 I "You may be the great Senator of the pending measure for
\h'Jwnr armpit and lodged in his drives in the city, asking their I Mrs. S. LeRoy Barber. West- from New Hampshire but I represent 110 days. WE
chester, Pa. mother of Samuel the State of Indiana."You've The Truman
heart co-operation In a unified appealfor I report on Mr. Phone 815813
Barber noted American composer S. Main
funds.It I been doing a lot of I silence plan came from a
Then said Sheriff Dailey. Nich- ; two brothers, Howard and talking, but there others
was the concensus of the I i t are who I spokesman for the Democratic ,
ols turned the pistol on himself, three that unless something Samuel F. Beatty. of Fincastle. I I are going to do some talking from. !I National Committee.
the bullet entering his head un- groups Is done the multitude of I Va.: and 18 grandchildren.Her i'here on outl"Basque! I He said Cyril Bevan and Carl I
der the right ear and emerging youngest daughter. Mrs. V. Rice, national committeemen
drives will "weaken the Chest and
died last
,under his eye. William M. Doerflinger : respectively for Michigan and
may eventually kill It. All agreed Workers
d that this would be disastrous for :year.Family services will be held at Kansas, brought the matter up ata
the city's social welfare program 4 at her home on Extend General conference with the President.,
SHADE YOUR HOUSEand DUTCHLA'Asbestos p.m. today
I The President declared the
7 and would result in increased demands Wellbourn Ave., followed at 5 p.m. I TETtEIMAKES
at the same time beautify It I on the volunteers who assist by a service at Knowles Memorial I II .I Strike i in spokesman said, that he will have
Roofing SpainMADRID. bill
by having us make awnings for the agencies. ChapeL Dr. Hamilton Holt will nothing to say until a is on

your wlndowi.and color l schemes Many novel to choose patterns ASBESTOS SIDING "The only solution I see Is to I speak. Dean Henry M. Edmonds I Spain [UPI Thou- his desk for signature or veto. ,
from. We are awnlnc headquarters ASPHALT SHINGLES put as many as you can in the will read the 23rd Psalm and the sands of Basque workers at Bil- Several politicians, including
for we make all kinds and all sizes Chest" one member of the Appeals -Chapel Choir will sing. The bao defied Generalissimo Fran- Harold E. Stassen. GOP Presiden i
and .shapes for all possible pur.'poses. GUTTER Review Board said. I| gregation will join in two eon-I'I cisco Franco's ironclad no-strike i: tial aspirant, have suggested that
Let us measure lob
up your
& President and Republican
so you can measure up.our prices. It was agreed thatthis wouldbe A Mighty Fortress Is Our God. law yesterday at risk of Imprison- the I ICED TEA
DOWN SPOUTS desirable, but those attending and Oh God Our Help in Ages ment and extended their general leaders get together to see whether TEA.
conceded that it might be difficultto a bill acceptable to both partiescan I
.'I strike into a second day. EXTRA DELICIOUS ,
ROBERTS, BROS. L. T. JERN1GAN Include the strong national I Past.Burial will take place later at The majority of 20.000 Bilbao be agreed upon before Con-

Awning & Venetian Blind Co. Roofing and Sheet Metal health agencies with their large her former Summer home at Lake workers, who struck Monday to ; gress finally acts. '
budgets. They however will be ( George N. Y. !I I protest the Government's punitive
7M W. Smith AVI. Phone MM3 70 Alexander PL TeL 7427 asked to confer with the three | Dr. Hamilton Holt, president of measures against all who took part Gandhi and Moslem IT'S ((/9v&t'uohed"MEINER'S.
Serving Central Florida groups concerned on possible solu- Rollins College expressed the sadness ;i in a May Day demonstration. were
-- --- tions of the problem. !I, of the community over Mme- I r reported still idle. President Confer
Attending the meeting as repre- Homer's death early last night. The gravity of the situation was I NEW DELHI [rAP Mohandas
II l
FALSE TEETH sentatives of the board were Dr. I "We think of Louise Homer reflected In two official state- 6''K. Gandhi and Moslem League
John Branscomb. Harold Dan- here in her Winter home not so ments. The Civil Governor at Bil- i Pres. M. A. Jinnah met last night
forth. Com. S. Merle Heasley and much as the noble artist whose I bao, some 200: miles north of for the first time since 1944 but
e Don't decay-but James B. Keith. The planning glorious voice and vivid dramaticsense I Madrid, threatened to punish offenders failed to come to any agreement I '
council was represented by Dr. made her probably the I with "maximum rigor. on the issue of Pakistan versusa

Minions of germ breed in the can see the action of PLATO work- Dorothy Brame. Mrs. Mancel greatest dramatic contralto Amer- I The Labor Ministry warned "fit united India. I
sticky film on unclean false teeth ing to make your plate fresh clean Lawrence Mrs. Anna M. Lovell, ica has produced, but rather as a ting sanctions will be applied because t A statement Issued by Jinnah
and removable bridges and odor free. Bruce Thomason. Miss Frances M good woman, whose nobility of labor discipline must not be after the two-hour and 45-minute
Avoid soreness and irritation to Teeth sparkle. Note how much bet- James, and Danforth. a memberof I spirit has touched with light this broken." conference said they agreed, how 1 1I Famous For Fine Foods
by the daily removal of this I ter plate feels and tastes after j I; I
gums your both bodies.Herlon9 whole community. :I to do their best in their
Bilbao said ever
j Reports from there
Cerm-lad: film. Prevent sour taste the decaying film is removed by I I
and bad "plate breath. Don't mere- PLATO. was no immediate sign of any respective spheres to see that WEEK
ly give your plate a weak wash but Quick-acting PLATO penetrates / To Address !| Hunger Strike Ends settlement. Industry was paralyzed their recent appeal for Hindu- PRICES GOOD ALL
oak them as directed in a solution film in crevices and pores of plates but the city was calm and Moslem peace Is made effective.
of PLATO the new invention for and destroys odors. Blue Key BanquetS I At Institution no disorder had been reported. SOUTH AT DELANEY PHONE 21742Cudahy
safely and surely cleaning off stains Be hygienic. Wen-C7eets.our dental -
and food debris by Wett-Cteaatn I plates with PLATO. two cuesat [ l to Orlando Morning; Sentinel] DANBURY. Conn. [UP) A hun- .
(penetrating) the sticky film. You all drugstores. GAINESVILLE--Judge A. S. ger and work strike among the 550 Smith Will Answer "' Drawn Fresh
MADE BY THE MAKERS OF FASTEETH Herlong. Tavares. presidentelectof inmates of the Federal Correctional I II JOHNSMANYILLETRANSITE s Puritan Dressed
-- ---- the University o* Florida Alumni Institution has ended and the Wallace Tour Talks I

Assn.. will make principal address situation now Is "normal. acting NEW YORK [API Gerald L. K. PIPE BACON Ib 55c FRYERS Ib 59c
at the semi-annual Florida Warden K. E. Thieman announced Smith leader of the Chrislan Na- For
Blue Key initiation banquet next I yesterday.The tionalist movement, said yesterday i1
Friday night at the university, W. prisoners, refusing to eat or he planned to tour the coun- : Grove Irrigation
Mac Christie. Jacksonville, chairman go to their jobs because of their try to-answer Henry A. Wallace Cheese KEYKO OLEO
has announced. displeasure with the food served in cities where the former Vice- Cottage .
Banquet and initiation of six them called off their "strike" President speaks. t +e
new Florida Blue Key pledges will : shortly after 3 pm., he said. Their Smith said at A news conferencethat P t Ib
be held at 7 pjn. at the Primrose i passive insurrection began at Wallace was "a fine example"of y Ib 17c 33c
Grill. Arrangements committee includes breakfast Monday and extra what the Christian Nationalist P
MOTH DAY Raymer Maguire Jr. Orlando guards had been kept on duty movement opposes and was "the .

and Robert L. Eaton, Tal- I during the 30 hours. most effective friend Stalin has I" ...o.... V4 .... (i In u* W. own at.
lahassee. I in the United States.
a lth Jane Withers Given II Tetley Tea BaliltOMAyU

r:: Negro Pleads Guilty Control of PropertyLOS I SAUCE

; In Farm Labor Case I ANGELES [API Jane ffI

t Sr4 WEST PALM BEACH (API Withers, 21, erstwhile film juvenile SPECIAL SALE 16ct 12c 3 cans lOc

Tom Fagan. Negro :yesterday I yesterday was granted control -
pleaded guilty In Criminal Courtto I of her own property, valuedat
s. a charge of soliciting farm labor 4040185. omit
In the Everglades in violationof Superior Judge Harold B. Jef- SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY

a State law regulating such re- frey approved. final accounting I FANCY FOREMOST FRENCHPEACHES
cruiting. by the actress' mother Mrs. Ruth CALIFORNIA

P Withers, and relieved her of her .I #
British Carrier Launched guardianship over Jane. Deluxe ICE, CREAM
a plc, ,
: Health Unit OkayedI THE FINEST "Qp
18,300-ton aircraft carrier Albion, : 19c '
last of the big warships to be bullon I OCALA [API The Board of HEAVY STRUT I'CftS:

the Tyne under the British: : County Commissioners yesterdayI CLOSE OUT ENTIRE STOCKOf

Admiralty war-time program,,I approved establishment of a I .
was launched :yesterday and health unit for Marlon County .
christened by Mrs. Clement Att-II I and continued medical care for FROSTED FOODS

lee. wife of the Prime Minister. the county's indigent persons. All 2-Wheel. and Wheel I TrailersLow

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To oil mothers-from the brand-new Momto YOUNGBERRIES __ _.__ ___ 39c

great-grandmother-we pay tribute. x q TERMS

r : STRAWBERRIES .___ ___ __ __ 59c .

This Mother's Day, Sunday, May 11, I RED CHERRIES __ _ -- ---- 19CI

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DATSON DAIRIES tools five-room pre-war bungalow. Breezeway. attached 0 sods_.aI..IMe----St oJwe-.,5-d J j 19c DOZ.
garage. Large 75x135 beautifully landscaped lot. Immediate I .cod mU Mtal bum.
occupancy terms to responsible buyers.. Price 975000. I MOTHER'S DAY CAKES
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,Ship l Loses Propeller OUT- -OUR- WAY. Wednesday, May 7, 1947 Orlanftn morning firntuul Page 3

I Chinese Stage SAV, 1OU KIDS CLTTTIM'
In Atlantic Sends SOS
T ACROSS HAT VACANT' / :Police Recover ,I est rate of 1.65 per cent for $150.-
NEW YORK API The Radio- LOT ARE PUTTI ME Count Talks i Bids
marine Corp. said yesterday a AWAY pUT-I MEA I Stolen Automobile Made On 000 of Hillsborough County securities
ship identified as the Milton H. I Food Riots I OUT IM TH' Ccx.NT .' which will be sold to retire

Smith was In urgent need of help Orlando police last night recovered obligations of the same amount
after losing its propeller in the a ,stolen license plate- also bearing five per cent as road
North Atlantic neat the entrance SHANGHAI. China [UP Food On SwitzerlandThe attached to a stolen car for which I!'County Bonds and bridge bonds backed by pro
the English Channel. New Or- riots flared In six large cities In ceeds of part of the State gasoline
eans Is the ship's port of registry. China's "rice bowl" yesterday as they also "were searching. I I tax attracted the lowest interest -
I hungry mobs angered by the reason Switzerland remained Officers W. W. Welch and J, E. Orange County road and bridge rate of recent months.

worsening: Inflation crisis, looted neutral during two world wars : Lamb discovered the auto, reported :,' bonds amounting to 299.000' _
In 1945 the U. S. Post Office and smashed mills and shops. |brought a bid of (299,049 and an ASPHALT
was because the country was so : stolen yesterday by ( TILE
handled 14.277.000dead" letters Hangchow. capital of Chekiang I i I interest rate of 1.85 per cent to re-II IIi
which could not be delivered because I province and second to Shanghaias --- I# well prepared that Germany did I the R. S. Evans auto agency place the five per cent rate on old
of improper addresses. a cerial and grain market on : not dare Invade it. Count Byron I abandoned In the rear of the College 1 securities yesterday at a State RUBBER FLOOROur
-- -- --- the Eastern Coast, was reported de Prorak. famous Egyptologistand ':: Board of Administration competitive !-'
Park Laundry on Edgewater
under martial law. Several per- '' \ t tI ta archeologist. told members of ; sale at Tallahassee. prices have always been rea
KRETOLIf'SMURDER sons' there were Injured and the Orlando Executives Club atl, Dr., and a check revealed the tag :I The National Bank sonable. In line with the national

virtually an rice and flour shops I the Orlando Country Club last to be one reported taken from ,. group and Clyde C Pierce of Jacksonville policy we are reducing further.
wrecked.In night. i another car.Progress. I offered the bid on county Good supply of nationally known
Shanghai, crowds gatheredIn I Introduced by County Solicitor bonds to be replaced by new se- brands.
front' of "traitorous" shop own- 'fit t O. Raymond Ellars. Count de curities.
; ers accused of hoarding stocks v yei a 1 1np Prorak delivered an Illustrated Made The same concerns offered the STEWARD MELLON ,CO.
and some cases of looting were re- I i I 9v. lecture entitled Switzerland-Listening best bid of $150.029. and an inter- 2301 X. Orange Ave.
INABOTUB ported. Mayor K. C. Wu. In a I Post of Europe. I I ---- -
hasty effort to ease the crisis had By the use of colored film depicting -
municipal gov- present day life in Switzerland ,IilnCoalTalks '
..._ ... promised Monday I
o.w.-.n oat ernment would Issue a large rationof Count de Prorak demonstrated I I !: FANS
KILLS ALL BUGS rice well below the black mar- that democracy can work FANS
ket cost. and that there can be perfect collaboration I I FANSFrom
Other violence-ridden! cities In between people of A WASHINGTON [API Operator-
!nation through the medium of union talks on a work agreement the Kitchen the Attic
the Shanghai region were Soo- -ju rR! STORE ,__ n_. J v+t1 taM55.1said I for the soft coal miners recessed I to
chow. 60 miles west; Sushin. 90 '----- education.
miles west, and Wuhu. 180 miles. Reviewing the historical back- 1'yesterday until May 15 with an Kitchen Window Model l, 10 In ......$ 19.90
west of Shanghai. I ground of Switzerland and the official announcement of progress. I
I "The Court assumes that the pride which the Swiss people The announcement came from 22 In.3,800 Cu. Ft. Min. ....____..._.__ 69.50
report of the House Un-American Funds FavoredFor take in preserving the ancient Naval Capt. N. H. Colllsson. fed- I 30 In.- 7.100 Cu. Ft. Min 99.50
I eral coal mines administrator who ..___.._____._
customs of the country he said
a H Court Favors Committee that Robeson establishes Is either conclusively a Communist -- that six: yean before World WarII I. presided participated at a In two-hour by representativesof conference 36 In.9,250 Cu. Ft. Min ..._..._..____ 119.50

t a fellow-traveler or that mountain every lake pass had river,been road mined and mine owners and John I*. 42 In.13000 Cu. Ft. Min. ..._........_... 129.50
BroadcastsWASHINGTON !Lewis and other officials of the
Communistic.his Ideology "and philosophy are against the possibility of In- I United Mine Workers. 48 In.-20,500 Cu. Ft. Min. _____________ 179.50
Negro SingerALBANY vasion.
told confer-
Collisson a news
The Albany Board of Education -
"The and would
IAP] Legisla- men women ence that "progress has been

SEE TODAY [UP] Paul Robeson. singer's, after recital contracting rescinded for permission the- tion to pave the way for financingthe pever clared.have"They surrendered.would have he fought de- made." and he added that "there Unit For Low Roof Houses ........._...$183.00
has been breakdown In the
yesterday won State Supreme I for Use of the hall when' It State Department's cultural mountain to mountain and I Window
from Model For 59.50
Colleen_ Moore's Famous learned that I I conference. Apartments ....$
to conduct recitalIn was Robeson
Court approval a was I relations program Including the village to village. Hitler's spies reported Collisson made It plain he was
DOLL HOUSE I an Albany public school hall I II I "supporting the Communist" Partyor Voice of America broadcasts to to him that it would costa the spokesman for the operators FREE DEMONSTRATION on Window ModelsI
Its front
despite the court's "assumption"that organization. million to invade the I
I men outside the Southern group and
the famed Negro singer Is Russia and elsewhere was intro- Install. Service and Guarantee. No Down Payment;
Om Exhibit 12 noon.to I,P.M. country. i for the United Mine Workers. He I I
"either a Communist or a fellow- duced yesterday by Rep. Mundt The meeting brought to a close! I said the Southern group had reserved 36 Months to Pay on Attie Fans.
'at traveler." I Planning [R.-SDJ. the activities of the ExecutivesClub I the right to make its own ,
BRITT'S The legal victory for Robeson.INavy Under Mundt's bill Congress I I for the season. Pres. J. B. t statement. He added that the Automatic Ceiling Shutters-Wall Shutters
came In a decision handed down I would give legal status to these Keith announced the club would i Southerners have agreed to attend
JSC N.Oraa2. An.TltketsAdolts by Justice Isadore Booksteln who activities. recess for the Summer resumingthe the next meeting. j MODERN APPLIANCES, INC.

50c ruled that the Albany Board of I New Type ShipsWASHINGTON The House Appropriations COm- lecture series next October. I 423-430 N. Orange Ave. ORLANDO Ph..2-2514
Education was without power to I I !
Children 20e [tax InrL] 'revoke or cancel" the permit It II I mittee Monday rejected the department's Blind Man Shoots [Prices Apply to Present Stock Only
request for $31,381,220 Action for Palestine
had Issued for Robeson's May 9 !
Wife Kills Self
Sponsored ky concert In Philip Livingston High [ A P ] Navy to operate the program during the : ,
ORLANDO LIONS CLUB School. ships of the future may go Into I fiscal year starting July 1. It gaveas Meeting ScheduledA DETROIT [AP] Homicide offi-
For Their Robeson's alleged Communist I battle without a man in sight I II' Its main reason that the program mass meeting of the general cers said that Samuel Holmes 41-
Asst. Sec. John said has not been sanctioned by j 1 WED. STORE HOURS: 9:00: A.M..TO 12:30: P.M.
leanings were disclosed In briefs W. Kenney public will be held today at 8 pm. year-old totally blind auto worker. ,
Braille School for Blind I'
attached to the decision which yesterday.New I Congress. at the Synagogue Chev Shalom, i, shot and seriously wounded his
type ships are being plan- Indications that steps wouldbe corner Church and Eola Sts. | wife" yesterday and then killed
I ned that will Incorporate lessons I taken to save at least part'of This meeting Is part of "Actionfor 1 1 himself with a pistol while his WEDNESDAYAT
,.. of the atom bomb test and the i;the program came from membersof Palestine Week, sponsored; by I seeing eye dog looked on. i I
OUR ANSWERto ice menace of the polar regions the Appropriations and Foreign the Orlando Chapter of Hadassah. I Sgt. John Cotten of the homicide -
he told the Society of Sponsorsof Affairs Committees. Orlando Zionist Council and the', squad said Holmes' action apparently -
the U. S. Navy. The organization I Mundt. a member of the Foreign : Massada group and an interesting I resulted from the an-
consists of women who have /,: group said hearings on his program of speakers and other nounced intention of his wife.
christened Navy combat ships. I bill may be started next week. I I features is planned.The ,! Jean, 37, to seek a divorce. She
A Navy Department official told !I Chm. Taber [R.-N.Y.1 of the Appropriations -! local Zionist organizations was not blind.
Pres. Truman's Appeal a reporter the "limited Committee told reporters -' are using their best efforts in all b
tion" will establish a expedi-I I he would not object to .I ways possible to further Jewish
II American "reasonable financing" of "a reasonable efforts before the United Nations TOO FAT? Cet SLIMMER
tion near the magnetic pole. It program. meeting in Lake Success now considering -
10% REDUCTION will be under the command of While Taber indicated no specific the Palestine question.The this vitamin candy way
Capt. Robert Quackenbush Jr., fund other committee members public Is invited ,
Han lender mweful 6f
s nor
who was Chief of Staff of the recent said they understand $10 I tea No exrvan,. No laxatm*
Byrd Antarctic expedition. I million will be allotted if the Do You Scratch No draft. With the BmpU AYDS
Kenney said Navy leaders Mundt bill becomes law. Vitamin 'Candy Reducing Plan SEARS
yon don t cat oat any meali.tarchmpotatoe
recognized on V-J Day that the l! Your Feet in Bed ? *,meats or butter.:
American Fleet "would be Inadequate Poland HailsReparations Stop that itch Get of you tunnly cut them dos It'saner
[ Fair Trade Items] quick. out when you enjoy delioauiiTiunun
should another war be I bed and apply H. F. Athlete's fortified) AYDS candy i Just Arrived
forced upon our nation. Moves brims meal Absolutely harmlaa.U
Foot Medicine. Then in
MAY 2d thru MAY 10th New ships will represent radical ,, WARSAW. Poland [AP] The comfort. What's more If you use mi dteietl doetm.BnratlMUi.lota.amtaetMl_by..-'
changes he said adding: I I semi-official newspaper Rzeczpos- H. F. for a few nights the cause tort 14 t* 1w. '::
.. "The future ship may have few I polita says Poland's share of Ger- of trouble Athletic Foot, may Cudy-,nIadayy.r AIDS. ": 500 YARDS
"ECONOMYAUTO exposed personnel and Instruments. I I. man war reparations from the quickly clear up. Get H. F. today. set we=
It Is quite probable that no :
Soviet of is "in
zone occupation At All Drug,!** if rWVJI C
man will be In sight at battle stations -I 2-3186 McElroy's Pharmacy Y
underway." chemicals I: SOc .** $I.SO nr.v AJ:
Kenney said the helm structuresof already delivered at 50 million -- .
all ships will be strengthenedIn !I pre-war marks. i- .

235 S. Orange Ave. the view of experience gained ,I i The Journal said recently Allied TURKEYSFRESH
in the Antarctic and that new occupation authorities have been KNIT-A-BIT SHOP
Phones 6443 6644 destroyers will "outshine" present affording greater facilities to 39 In. Wide .t
craft "not only in weight but also Poles for the search of machinery IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC DRESSEDOR I

In design equipment and func- removed from Poland by the Germans YARNS AND ACCESSORIES .

:- : tions. during the war. 6 fI
I I A large quantity of machineryhas If you have Wednesday afternoons QUICK FROZENFrom I
Break for French been found near Brunswick 1
and Watstadt where the Germans off. come In to see us.
10-24 Lbs.
.1alj Jewelry CompanyINTRODUCING SmokersPARIS had placed Polish machines In I We shall remain open for your 49A

[AP] The French the "Hermann Goering Werke." convenience. G. D. WILDER
State Tobacco monopoly is going I t
into competition with the black I
I Buried Money 122 E. MORSE BLVD. FARM
market. Ordinary tobacco [ grin ]
Is to be sold freely at :53 cents a Damaged by Rot WINTER PARK Interlaken Road
package as against 23 cents which
will continue to be paid for 4 SYDNEY Australia [AP] Many A brand new shipment of
Australians took out of the
packs a month the present ration. I
,bank during the war buried It In
their backyards for safekeeping.
and when they dug It up again All this week-Motor Analyzer" Test-Brak* Teit-Front cool sheer, floral print
found notes had decomposed.An End Examination rinl Gear Checkup-All chassisCheckEstimate
on Body and Paint Work-Drive -
r official of the government it Is all free.
I I controlled Commonwealth Bank voile. A blend of pastel
BuLovM1. said bank officers always calmed STIVERS-PONTIAC

the panic-stricken owners. inves- ex w, COLONIAL PHONE 2.2111will
Ate"meal t tigated each case and usually replaced shades oh background
a light
.f\'fin\ ; i9 wooden the damaged notes with
,ion to tIRdet new ones. .
01 y0Wanderstntctur t
en I The official told a reporter J
bui\dinO. C 0\Illoe owners had found that bottles and as tempting as 1
t.r\ite Contfot. tins In which the money wasI
O kin BONDED buried when Japanese Invasion

S YEAR EE I I"seemed, Imminent were often not $ ice crttm. So right for sum f'
'. G UARANi airtight allowing' the buried
:sG1t A.OIL& treasure to rot.
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Published dally txccpt 8und>r. New Years Day. Fourthof .
July.: Labor Diy. Tbanktftvlnf and Chrtitmaa by Legitimate j
Sentinel-Stir Co. Orlando Dally Newspapers Inc. at ua own Race FIVE TWE ONLV ALTERATIONS V OUGI 'JusT Vote of Confidence Would
South Oraace AT... Orlando. IT*. money. THAT you Guys DO AROUKIO SELL tM THE CLOTHAN'TELLtMTHEVRE ;
Entered IS second-claw matter at the Port Office at public's money. The 1
Orlando nortda. under the Act of March 3d. 117.. you( WERE IS ON THE "

TELEPHONE Department 41J1 lose away is in if droves the public, 'R. PRICE TAGS ON THEIR OWN- Also/ Help/ Says Resident ;

Subscription Price S5 Per Weefc.tl JO Per Mo. ? : 7/
cents on every $1 it ILL BETWINDVGETSA Editor. Orlando Morning Sentinel:
15 cents of $1 it
loan CAWTIIOM, Gnt, M... MAC T. LAWIIMCI. Aw. DIB. every WERE PIX1N'TMEYU I' As long as the parking meter $

C. W. LWITT. lul. MIL KosiiT P. WAITU CLAD Ms*. Americans being < % BE READy CUT PROM THE question may have to come to a

lolli ANMMM, MANASIH It NOMWT COMMMMI. Sic. Tsui is not likely to happen.But ABOLTTTHETIMEKNICKERS TAILORS ALL I vote why not add a few odds and '\s:1i:
HA..... HAMILTON Cm. Mu. C Ain MISUN, Puss Swrr. it isn't right for ,-, ARE'J'':: ends such as a vote of confidenceIn ,

J. W. UMMOM Crrr Cn. MOL *. T. Maw Trro. Sum to remove so much BCKIN I I our City the County and the
Member of Tie Associated ?res. public each year. In STYLE State while we're at It. To hear

The Associated Preia la excluitveJy entitled I bined State and |some of these folks talk you would

news to s= for accredited re-pubttcatioa to tt 01'of not all I' pari-mutuel $1 is, 8 I think "e were better off with gas

ctherwlW alao the local accredited newa to published this paper herein.and recommending this, .lights and mud streets. If It will

All rights for re-publicaUoa of special betting would last a make some of these diehards feel
di patche herein are also reserved. if the public was given 'D better I'm In favor of including iI I i iI

PAGE 4 WED.. MAY 7. 1947 its hitching posts watering troughs I
money. and board sidewalks to the ballot. have restored to them while they

We do t For heaven's sake let's keep every- were driving perhaps some of our
TODAY'S THOUGHTS the Legislature turn I body happy. men and women (young and old

Not for that we have dominion over your faith; T. S. P. who drive with one hand with tho
ing lobby once and other sticking out of the window
faith atand.-II Corinthians 1:24.
for by ye j
deeply into the profits Zionism Branded some times apparently holding up ,
the roof of the car, will gradually
Faith is ihe force of life-Tolstoy. 'to stockholders and
'Stupendous folly''EcUtor realize that it Is not a safe thing

the State treasury.It IRVING TO II CONVINCE Orlando Morning Sentinel: to do. I

Track Rich is outrageous I In Its!! pious and well-intentioned Many times the driver of a car .
The Race Boys Getting I THE) CUSTOMER TO behind them thinks that they :
tors get 12 cents out of generalities the letter of I. B. ,
WOULD YOU like to take home LET GEORGE DO THE Lackey on the Palestinian crisis Is signaling and wonders what they
HOW from This should be ? &) FIXING misleading and confusing to those are going to do i
million or more profit a
the most.It You and I could probably learnto
session in America's No. 1 -rHAM( 't> fQNIE MINIEWoSHI who have not taken an Intelligent
90-day business drive with our feet, and cause
also is ridiculous
TON ST, Interest In the history and development -
playground each Winter? than legalized robbery 44 EAST ORANGe.. N .J I of affairs leading to the I some pretty young lady to exi -
wouldn't mind. It's lot i claim "Oh what a wonderful great
Of course a present; deplorable situation.
you operators get 7 cents of big man you are" but would It
of money and Florida is a pleasant placein This should be cut to 5 -- It should be quite clear that Jew make the roads safer to drive on?

which to spend the months when the The tracks and Zionist are not synonymous: Some seem to think that it Is
dog the one being a religious term, the
Northland is ice and snowbound.Best dangerous driving on the roads
all their breaks to the other quite political.No 1
now, and that all drivers should
part of the deal is that you are horse tracks do. less a man In Jewry than have good clear heads and both
with other people's and Embarrassed the late Henry Morgenthau [who
playing money
Such a move would hands on the'job; but of course
honored member of the
can't lose. was an ,,< that Is very old fashioned and li
you its to about million
Winter Park University Clubl declared -
Florida climbed in bed with the harlot I not up to date at alL
amount from the be a big shindig at the Belvedere for : "Zionism is most stupendous
Hotel which i Very truly yours.
Lady Luck back in 1931. The Lady has The.horse tracks, named Mr. Z. would pick up the tab. I folly In Jewish history. I assert D. P. SIAS. '
dollars with each that It Is in principle ; .
been piling up more be cut to $5 million, Mr. Cassard thought the idea Just dandy and wrong '
passing year. Florida's treasury has reap- additional $4Vt million Immediately wrote out the names of six of the I and Impossible WILLIAM of realization.A. TAYLOR. I Would Name florida

ed richer rewards each year also, as result two sources of $8% a press town's most dignified taxpayers. He assured Ed i Winter Park. Oranges 'Golden Sun' i

of the sinister liaison. Not bad. Not bad these members of his club would be delighted to i I Editor Orlando Morning SentinelAs a

Wooers of the elusive female in Florida been living with a long whoop meet the Anna Held girls halfway. f Give Minority Break a visitor in your beautiful

last Winter put down close to $200 million counsels. Next day the local papers front-paged the On 'NoiseReader Asks city I happened to read In youn
time and it's
returned to the suitors in long ., story. Portraits of the six burghers appeared un- paper that the orange growers on
for her favors "
nized it. The public is "' der the fat. black headline: "Baltimore Men Will I Editor Orlando Morning Sentinel: i* Florida are looking for a name t

the cold form of pari-mutuel pasteboardson we believe the terrific I I .., Meet Anna Held Girls Halfway." And then a few I do not think the time will beat the Sunkist oranges of Call.' I II

horse and dog races. individuals made \ .... thousand words about the champagne supper ever come when anyone will be I ifornia. 1 1I
This is important dowry money for a / which would follow. able to control "noise" made by am surprised to see that the
open-mindedness, motorcycles. Lets be broadminded : Floridians have not realized that
morally illicit alliance and the final returns ,. I. As they say on the radio, all heck broke loose, !
and turned into more I about this noise and remind our- they do have a better name for I Ir
for the 1946-47 are not in as Six bewildered husbands who had heard I
never even selves of trucks trains buses:!, their oranges. The only reason :
yet. Dog racing continues until May 30 and THE 1 of Anna Held girls were denounced by their wivesas street cars airplanes and Jook r I j that they have missed the right
while the greyhounds continue to chase the lechers and libertines. The words "divorce"and Joints, and give the minority a name is because they do not know

electric rabbits Lady Luck continues to \ "cad" bounced off the walls of six homes. Re- break! I the smile of nature. I
member that in 1907 most God-fearin folk figuredthe My husband and I began riding By being here only a few days, '
reap a golden harvest., Labor Unity I theater was one of Satan's branch offices.A 28 years ago and even that far even at the first day, I noticed the

< q few hours after the papers hit the street, back we enjoyed a little "noise"now radiant smile of nature. One has )

T OLLOWERS OF HORSE racing termed By DREW the beleaguered husbands descended upon the and then; however we can- II to know nature to appreciate her. \
I. not remember one single place of And what do you think I have i iI
I? by Life Magazine the biggest racket in WASHINGTON-The I theater. They choked the truth out of the local having left It. We took the "noise"with noticed on that radiant smile of .
America at the secret AFL-CIO peace ''-'i manager, then marched to the offices. I !
today, plunged $108,264,325 newspaper tis, and those who did hearIt nature. It Is the "Golden Sun.
Hialeah, Tropical, Gulfstream and Sun- about as relaxed as one of They threatened to bring lawsuits, shoot editors It wasn't for long. After all, thisIs I t, So from this you can give the

shine racing plants during the past season. animal acts. The performers weren't too and dynamite presses. a Democracy and if we are goIng names for your oranges in Florida.
off each other. Least It was Ed's Next day the papers graciously retracted. Over to allow the noise from a motorcycle -t You could use "Golden Sun Ripened (
Through April 30 the betting on dog labor's double-trouble boy, up the the pictures of the Anna Held girls in tights was to upset our disposition, Oranges" or the "Golden I
racing in the State was an impressive $75- so hard colleagues began to the headlined apology- maybe we aren't going after the I Sun Kiss Oranges." etc. ;

394,157, with more millions to come. molars. of the "Baltimore Men Won't Meet Girls Wives right cause In the right way Including If you are Interested In this
Florida Once the doors the complaints made to Golden Sun and you want a Of the money bet on the horses, were cl him Won't Let "Em''

this year collected $9,666,863 for sponsoringthe Murray proceeded to lay for the By this time Ed Rosenbaum wa:s.1n Boston, the officers and the manner In : please write name me than at the the following above f 1
which he responds. After all, we
loose female whose charms elude prac- labor unity. Auto Workers' I Ziggy was scheming some new shenanigan. At the Balti- look to our officers as men and address: Mr. N. Kapralos. 346 W. .

tically everyone else who woos her. brought a carefully- drafted more box office, the line of ticket buyers was way not mice.Sanford 71st Street New York City.N. .
TacT see a ?rr. around the block A. F. B. KAPRALOS.
.. This State profit represents 8 per cent I I
undertake Next Ed Rosenbaum to Baltimore -
year came back
of every $1 bet through the pari-mutuel I veloping a out the to publicize a newer and greater "Ponies." T & T Told to Kill Murder Over Punch J
windows all the breakS-the odd dollars
plus pose adozen That night in the hotel lobby he ran into Cassard Board Recalled :

and cents remaining when win, place the Motor Club president."I ,;i Its Own 'Parasites'Editor Editor. Orlando Morning Sentinel: ....
and show divided. the fire of t't" Orlando Morning Sentinel: .
are I hope my little press stunt didn't embarrassyou I GUess that Orange County is the
The $7 million profit to the track the Its Balti- ," said Ed."Embarrass. A word a telephone concerning strike AT&T was avert-: Last 'I' best place In Florida to live without -

stockholders represents 7 per cent of every we can't would meet me?" smiled Cassard. "I thoughtit I year ed when one of the unions of telephone I these gambling devices, such

$1 put through the windows by the swainsof IiI never do It. Wash- was wonderful. It gave me a chance to get even workers reached an agree- as the Governor sanctions. You
Lady Luck. up a Jqint into Balti- with the six practical jokers who kidnapped my ment with the AT&T long lines have only cash boards. such as
.. the first there'd wife on our wedding night." division. i I Charley Boards. Trade Boards,
Of course these stockholders also profit But andmostanyklndyoticanthlfltof
A This union pledged the company I
from the sale of beer I In joint In Orange Coun-
whisky, wine, cig- jected. He to put the terms of the settlement i every
arets, admission, programs and tip sheets. i Into effect throughout the ty. They are not gambling?
I' murder I have heardof
The only
This is not a portion of the reported profitsbut Pearson groups ;; ; ; 't'tth country. The AT&T controls the In Florida for 38 years over a :

obviously must be substantial. point many telephone companies scat- I big racket such as Charley Board.waslnOrangecountyand ,
Is Promoted tered the nation. The I
knocked some of the over company thatL1&.M
in of I
participates the profits can and has set the pattern ___'. "'-- __ __ ,___ ....'" ;I
most of these side items too, and in a "We've got to do - - -- for Industry-wide bargaining.Now k UCCU UCLELLAN..

substantial way, through taxes. As is lation." boomed John L. who hadn't earned his PhD.. but we have many' I that we have blossomedout J
usual in the Republicans. I've found with a reactionary Congress floridian J JI
operation of houses of ill and roles notably In Tobacco Road, a hit among the Suggests
trialists bought the the whole picture suddenly has
fame, the sale of female charms leadsto soul in the last election. just that. white people. In which the white man and an changed. AT&T Is a holding organization I Name for Oranges I

many another source of revenue. trust the Democrats whose Anglo-Saxon at that, is reduced to the low-downest i and exists for the sole Editor Orlando Morning Sentinel: f

they ever condition that a human being can reach unlesshe purpose of drawing off the swol- How about "Florigoldlenl" as \

INCOMPLETE PROFITS to dog Several of the they resumes swinging by his tail. len profits and making important a brand name for our oranges? '
THE Lewis's angry words. They the most What, I Inquired then would have been the I policy decisions affecting the In "Precious Product of the Bun- 1.
operators this year are $9,047- ing the climax of the 1940 reaction of the professional tolerationists If a play \dustry-wide bargaining within Its State."

298.84, another tidy bit of change,. repre- he had staged a is that had been produced across the street from Canada I holdings. Now that industry seems I A FLORIDIAN.

senting 12 per cent of every dollar put feat of the Democrats and and Lee's in which a white actor portrayed an equally bent on destroying labor, the ''

through the windows. The State's share of working with the detest vicious colored man? AT&T should first set their own

the more than $75 million bet by the publicon reasons. Later we got a play on Broadway in which I house parasites In within.St. order .by destroying the ApplicationsTo !

the puppies thus far is $3,769,707.85.In Murray turned the United was almost sure I recognized one or another of Cloud. E. W. L.

addition the State gets 50 per cent of CIO plan of labor unity. know. the Garssons who may still be remembered as

the breaks while the dog track operatorstake two labor groups Jointly also remarkably sharp operators in the wartime munitions Plan Suggested To I
to-coast radio broadcasts -and Industry. But. although I could spot the I Be Accepted
the other 50 cent. One of the 'I
per mysteries campaign to block anti-labor prototype the character on the stage was skillfully Cut National Debt
of legalized racing in Florida is why plied that the AFL was traceable ambiguous. I Editor Orlando Morning Sentinel:

the State should take all the breaks from Murray then proposed that that was But. in between I saw Annie Get Your Gun" We hear much about cutting B. W. Webster, of the U. !I.

horse track pools and only 50 per cent of out a program for ending I t the South- and when Miss Ethel Merman sang Tm An personal income taxes and reducing Civil Service Board here said yes

the dog track breaks. It looks like a case of and secondary boycotts Civil War Indian, Too, there was no ambiguity there. It this the way national: debt. I would do terday that the District Engineer.

better lobbying on the part of the dog In the entire labor picture. who The Indian In the act was a lazy, gamely character 1. Replace the present bank Corps of Engineers Mobile Ala,

operators. trate Jurisdictional disputes."If t and and Miss Merman went on to say, in her credit system with a single unit will accept applications for temporary

we don't put an end of sweetly plaintive coloratura, that she was bit dollar money system. After which, I appointments to positions ...,..
putes." Murray said with To seize Chief Runny Nose Drooping Drawers and so require banks to borrow its money.
UU TALLAHASSEE WAY our lawmakers "then the Congress Is going they put forth in a most uncomplimentary rein. lending needs from the U. as electrical engineer,

are sweating and toiling with bills Green observed that the : while pre- Excuse me for a dolt If I misconstrued her but Treasury and from the S'I engineer, and draftsmen. both mechanical -

of all descriptions-bills which call for at bled by jur1sd1cttonaIdisput :i The Com- I thought the pretty lady was ridiculing' the noble own depositors at wholesale and electrical beginning

least $10 million more revenue than is in and that nothing could be In re- redman in some matters which the author believedto I security terest rates the of Government say 20 per and cent depositors on- at Salaries once. for engineers are ",902

sight under current tax sources. The session Secretary-Treasurer George being be a racial characteristics. will accept. Banks In and $4.149,60 per annum for

is still a youngster and chances are "We're been unable to In life Now there were many persons connected with turn, to lend dollar money to draftsmen. 3397.20 and 2644.

that at least another $10 million will be tlonal.dlspute problem com the Merman opera, from front to back and in the rowers at retail Interest bor-I'I Applicants must have had design

needed before the the AFL. We have more writing, composition and production, who would say. 4 per cent on security operating or maintenance
90-day session ends: Jurisdictional fights than Runyon have been very sensitive to such fun had Annie banks will accept. This would put experience on locks, dams or pow

The additional millions needed represent CIO. M how can we Canada aimed her gun in another direction. It Is then banks squarely under the profit i I erhouses.It .

added school, health, public welfare the CIO" years that the Indian has no pride or that he considersthe system "to earn not create profits also was announced that applications -

and other legitimate needs.In Murray warned that to be a source and ignores our hearty Jibes, or possibly -and we would have a 100 percent I I for examination for the
of correctional officer in the
plain sight now is the fact that sure- mess was settled. the way to say that he is politically Inert and not worth the cost sound and And understandable wouldbe t U.post S. Penitentiary. Atlanta: Federal -

thing gamblers took better than $16 mil for nasty labor legislation. work. fol of wires of protest to the President? My opinion money Interest-free system. at its money source. j I Correctional Institution. Tallahassee. -

lion home from Florida in horse and dog "We've got to put our self-im is that he just doesn't give a damn. We may thinkwe Such a setup would enable : Fla. and the Federal

race profits. This is far Murray said "or well have since discriminate against him. but he thinks he Is Washington to operate largely on I Prison Camp. Montgomery Ala..
more than
money Congress with little help." draw the one who Is exclusive and I think so too. ButI Interest money collected from ,will be held open until further

actors say also that that is his right. When I see Indians banks-and personal Income taxes .notice.

Orlando Morning Sentinel Radio In their settlements In Arizona and they don't could be abolished. I Additional information may be
that Invite me in. what should I do? Call a meeting of 2. Retire the national debt witha obtained from either Webster or

'00 Church wDCO) In CSSO wndwM w.Vl.OF,.ii.,.m.(1230)_nm MfOSiZ 7 ._f7Mil WDBO HM WLOP ( man the American Veterans' Committee and get the tax on the machine system. In I W. H. Anderson. at the Inquiry ,
1:30 1:15: "art P.ort, R..I11. 81.Oe..., Hl11bUU.i Nuws +48 OlTe ot: Tate ----- Tommy : was a National Maritime Union to picket the village? the Feb. 3rd Issue of Life Magazine I window, Orlando Post Office.Men's I
: 80athlalld eho.s 1dewR.yoi1Is 00 HOUR Part, _
_i45 Ne.I-SUm Br'7.ftt Renl"-, ur_____o.orela Oorts Rambl.n Rsb.rp 4 IS House P.rty Tommy Studio a newly There is no place on earth where there is less I we are given a strong I,
7.00 Yswnpstr, .. 4 30 Dr M.lone 1 that automatic industry is just CommitteeTo
)' -uuit Clock New -- prints discrimination than in New York but nowhere\ :
IS Y.w. .airel M..k.1 C1ock: _Monwi' Divot1u i 'U Alll.nre Church .- Tom MIT 1 I around the corner. The writer !saw'
'5.45::3O Wlke.. Op____._ Llatea__ WorD. DnotloDi _?iwp ___ 'Too trio a-ar.lcI __ Tern'" currency else Is there more hollering and Indignation on the the machine age irom a distance ,, Hear Pastor
: If. ._
h If..th.lo _____ __ 1.111 To _
__ etsy Marrl.d
1.0 Club .. _. Sky King indebted subject. And if any posturing ignoramus of the
1,00 CBS If... )& Anoftlk,._If... .. 1:30 hmill" Jacks .. .lark I and years ago coined this crude i[ 'The Rev._ O. H. Gerstenkorn,
IU.: Welter Itlmbi'lIand of the D _i 40 gh.ii-1 _IU_ Ob5_ _Troln_ _-_-_-_Air_ Lane_ of the night clubs begins to feel that recognition Is what epigram: "The machine to make I formerly of Niles. Mich. will ad.ta..
.:30 Iformla Beaaler, Rhythm Pt.. J_ '40 Club SCO Salute to Sent Pulton his ego needs, he need only catch on a programat tillers of toilers." Business Men's
45 __
rl Prank Park" h .lbert Drtft.. ___ '40 Clllb-- 1:15: Lo" Ranter Bob 141. I dress the Christian T'
*,00 N-.Dlcl<. JealUlie Brt Ht..t Club NEW* 1:30:. Lone Ranecr -_ cecil Bro has Carnegie Hall or the garden to decry the Some politicians are talking 62.- I Committee at Its luncheon meet-
, 1.:;15 JO MonUn. DOTOUOM. Brtakf., Club _740 Club--:-=-- _< 45 New. A Score. -__ Sport. played the obsolete and archaic word "dago" and he will geta 500 jobs by 1950. It may happenbut ing today at 12:15 pjn. In the
TtlTa winun ..,
IU Yours Slnortly .._ Br Breakfut>.H.it Chub Club Two WomaD''.. World World :: '1:00:::15 Jark Jack Canon Canon__ Elmer Hr.dline Da : I blackface medal for his vanity at a $10 dinner of some the safer course Is to start''; Chamber of Commerce Bldg
: Artau OocIfre, 'My True Story YdW&r1g..I* J 30 Dr Christian Col. Boy Evans letterheads society grimly engaged in fomenting gearing our economy to a high I Chmn. Don Mott said yesterday.
10:15: Arthllr Oodtn == eter -B, Crocker .Pred WarlDl :::H ::45 Bi"_Henry_ __u_____CoL_ Can- Intolerance to rail against.Of machine production industry low I'i The Rev. Gerstenkorn has assumed -
It:30: !'alblona In__Mule B.U, Crotkll' .lark Hire She. a.oo Prallk Sln.tr. __ Oabriel prices-and back to the soil for this weekas
10 U Roaemar7 Un. Uiunlnt Port ... B< 'qatu In RTth a'u Prallk 8n>tra Local all por- course we do practice legal racial discrimination millions of workers who will not be : responsibilities
11:00: K.U Smith ftpetki Tod Bra m s. JL old and New a:30: Dinah Shore __ Name against Chinese and Hindus and specifically full-time chaplain at Florida-
11'15 IIIL Sl r""Va.'u Tom Brenemu =Old end Hw *.= ,.$ 4S Olnsh Shore Un Name were all needed by an automatically operated -I State Tuberculosis Sanatorium
"JO Helen Trtnt HoUr ood Itory Word .'d ltllale_ 1.00 BOIL Music Py.s.ntflid J' on grounds of race, but our native Chinese industry of tomorrow. of Orlando
llOSOur O.I) eand.y I .. ,__ under spoasorship
Ted Mtlon .Twordi tM Musts t 13 Baa, Muiic Pretents Did they did. wont take the bait and we haven't enough Hindusto W. R. HOWARD
12 00 ?.". gen, Baker N... :._ ,_ '_ 1,30 Inform.tloa Pl.... Latin I I I CBMC and In co-operation with
12 1215; Ma PerkIn. __ konn, Ssk.r Hal McllltJ'h n" __ S 4S Information Please Latin : man make it pay. April 26.,.. 1947... Dr. R. D. Thompson? superintendent -
30 LttUe Show Me" Or1trtn __ lo AAA1. Uf.. "' 0+ .
Vet. Mew. Rrrlew 00 Mystery ef Week Bins v. u""' w.
director at ins
12 n and medical
of Life ---- Haond.y- Musical Marauee Matinee 10,IS Jack Smith ___ Big Fort Worth 3. TeL
1:00: air Bister __ -___ B ukh ttFgrtU ___ Melodic Sketche. 10:30 lily. to Musle ____ Henry plant of the Valley McAllen, Texas, also reportedthat Sanatorium.The .
1:11 Perry Mason Ttm ._ Melodic Sk.tches 10'43 lilY, to Musle Henry newly-appointed chaplain
1'30 News .. M't\al .n Co.. Pharr. Texas. the Texas citrus Industry Drivers UrgedTo
-- ; .rl tte* BlMta Beren.de 11-00 New.It __
SPorts In Michigan for
1-4S n served as pastor
of MY DPH.ml Aft.rD'. .....Utaa.. e.r..de __ IS Ball Scores __ Dance new plant will have a 20-
rapidly featuresof
3.OO Bouquet For You Afternoon IdlUon :: Unlimited 11:30 Dance Orca. D.nce ? capacity and will in- many Use Both Hands 19 years and was active in Gull
a',13. Bonqnet Fop Ton Smile Tune Music Unlimited 11 43 Dance Orcb..TounC' of pack Florida packing and canning Editor Orlando Morning Sentinel: Lake Bible Conference rear Battle -
3 O Winner Take: AU bride the latest types
Oroo.j Music Unlimited 1200 .. _._,
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45 W : '' officials methods. that two of our t years.
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3 J L... .t j ivriy; iAi'jjjejjtg1t, Unlimited 12:30 Dance Oreh. ,I '! capable and outstanding young He conducted a radio ministry for
J IVMint Hunt isdies Be Bested Music rallmtted 12 4 News I lost their left two years and plans to originate a
3.4'o I C &1te7';:. Zdwlu'". HIll __MUSIC CaOauUd -------- lotal machinery corpora- i I Lepers are extremely susceptible -', men have arms
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Move Planned to I ,

Conservation, !'Fugle Takes '!Architects Leesburg Man

Gap in Citrus Management To Fight

of DeLand Race To Head Vets
C. Discussion Set School Move

Peace-Making 1 r [Special to Orlando Morning Sentinel] By T. A. PRICE TALLAHASSEE [AP] Director TAMPA lAP] Herbert Hard-
w [Our Own Stoff Correspondent of the University of Florida School j
1 TAVARES Methods of soil man of Leesburg was nominated
I DELAND Leading by.a comfortable of Architecture lined with theState's I II
: : conservation and land manage- up without opposition yesterday for
JI ; ment will be discussed here tonightat three to one majority. registered architects yes the post of commander of the
Mayor Leo E. Fugle yesterday I terday against a of his i Florida Department of the United
a meeting arranged by First group
Parley Eyed as I squelched his opponent C. C. 1 Spanish War Veterans.The .
of National Bank of Leesburg. at the Haynes. and was elected to suc- students to oppose their bill to
I election will be held at
auditorium I Ii
high school at 8.
to ceed himself by an unofficial permit them to practice with two
ly JACK.CUHNETT In- O. O. Ware president of the p count of 1,275 to 351. City Commissioners after the closing session of the annual
i i years experience graduation. convention today. Hardman will
{tOur (Vr Sto+f Correspondent t1WINTER ] ; ; bank and Lake County advisory however split evenly
; banker for the Florida Bankers William T. Arnctt. bead of succeed Jerry T. Moriarty of St.
HAVEN-In effort G
an between the two parties. I
to bridge the gap between Florida : .t ; and Assn.. will preside. Speakers will I Besides Fugle two other mem tbe school told the Senate Cloud.
Citrus Producers Trade Assn. and : : f include Harry K. Stokes cashier. bers of the White Non-Partisan I Committee on Education he opposed Also assured of election as sole
Citizens' Bank of Clermont on I the bill which tbe House nominees were T. R. Martin. West
United Growers and Shippers [Booster] Party were chosen over
In Reforestation: Lacy G. Thomas I passed almost without dissent Palm Beach senior vice comman-
which' are a wide-open breakon their Independent contenders.
Groveland president of the Lake at'request of the students. der; E. A. Guillot Pensacola. junior :-
the proposition of raising citrusad re- I They were Everett E. White who
:" County Farm Bureau and member [ The Senate Committee deferred vice-commander; delegatesto
taxes and establishing a mas- polled 269 votes to Maxwell B.
of Gov. Caldwell's Water Con- the national convention HughA.
ter brand Charles H. Walker, ; Harvey's 251. Ward One and Fred action on the bill. ;
servation Committee Water Con- I Graham Miami; George W.
It would eliminate the requirement ,
president of the Florida Citrus H. Bowker. who received a 294 to
..., servation.J. II Moore New Smyrna Beach; Lee
Exchange is "seriously consider- .m In Glenn [Micky] McFadden's 213 that graduates of the University ;
Carlisle Rogers vicepresident Burns St. Petersburg; and A. R.
ing" means to arbitrate the dlf-. I Ward Two. White and Bowker I School of Arch1tecturtr pass
of the Leesburg bank and the State Board of Architecture I I Mead. Lakeland; and alternate
ferences. incumbents.
.'.. .'. < ''. chairman of the board of supervisors I are examination but would add a requirement -i delegates John Emmons. WestPalm
"The citrus growers of this :<..;; A '" Lake Soil Conservation District The Independent Party however : that they would haveto Beach; -A. M. Macreadie,
State suffer while citrus politics 8'e. Y.. <:. Activities of the Lake Soil caused an upset and placed prove two years practical exper- Daytona Beach; Samuel M. Douglas -
> ,
nourish." the grower from \ <"" Conservation District. R. E. Norris. two men on the commission as t, ience in order to get a license. Jacksonville and Theodore M.
Bartow and Avon Park said yes .+ #).., ..../. :..:. Lake County agent will conducta II. W. [Jack] Johnson outran i "I know of no qualified gradu- Newell. St. Cloud.
terday. "I believe there is a '. .'."...<.'. question and answer period andR. his opponent Philip II. Holmes ate of the University of Florida I The convention adopted the
common meeting ground on : E. Wetherell. Orlando district In Ward Three 186 to 138. andE. who has failed to pass the State following resolutions: 111 That
which the industry can and conservationist will present a motion B. Holden topped the count Board examination." Arnett told the Veterans Administration waive
should get together for the good (. picture. This Is our Land. I for R. A. Brown In Ward Four ; the committee. the requirement that disabilitiesof
of the whole-and I plan to see I by a margin of two votes 185 Spanish War veterans be serve
if I can find this denominator." to 187. 5,799 Issued ice-connected before' they can be
Lake Leads StateIn Warnings
im- f
he said. I With the split between the opposing admitted to the veterans hospital;
TALLAHASSEE [API The State (21 That a special stamp be issued
If he carries out plans whichhe Seal CampaignSpecial parties on the new City Highway Patrol issued 5,799 warn- commemorating the 50th anni-
Commission there is considerable
was considering last night. well 1 ings to motorists violating traffic versary of the Spanish War next
Walker will invite three members re- [ to Orlando Morning Sentinel] i. doubt whether much weight will I laws during April Dir. H. N. Kirk- year and [31] That pensions be
I be thrown either these officials
toi is LEESBURG-Lake County again way by of the Department of Public
from each of the two groups man provided for widows and depend-
meet with him as chairman- x- led Florida in per capita sales of : during the June election to I Safety announced yesterday. ents of Spanish War veterans who
eluding from the session paid embyes Christmas seals for this season I determine whether the Florida served less than 90 days.
-- Mrs. Onie Ruth Hunter executive Power Corp. franchise v ill be renewed
of PTA and United which Only one gem diamond In a
would bar Marvin H. Walker, sec-, s and secretary of the County Tubercu- or the city wilr purchasethe hundred can be described as colorless Benjamin Franklin was the first
retary-manager of the former) losis and Health Assn., announced existing electric facilities and and flawless. head of the U. S. postal service.
run the plant under municipal .. _
and Murl E. Pace, general man- yesterday.
I Lake sold 33 cents worth of ownership. j
of the group.
ager. "We will go Into the meeting f stamps per capita, as, comphred The Non-Partisan Party had de-
with the national of 17 I glared itself generally in favor of
with open minds and see if we' average
can't get, together right away so .cents worth per capita. Last year's I municipal ownership while the
I sales in Lake amounted i Independent ticket made a stand
something can be done this ses- : County I
I in direct opposition to such
added. I to 38 cents per capita. i any
sion. he
I move. The matter, however will
While Walker did not comment i I 1
be left to the voters in
up a
on this there is a growing feelingin I i I Your Club TodayORLANDO I{special election.

important citrus circles that, I : Rotary Club? corc Bide, Vote by wards in the Mayor'selection I
the utter failure of the two organizations a ; 12:15: pa; ClrtUn Club. Southland Restaurant. I
to on a plan to : 12.15 p.m.; Seminole Encampment : Fugle, Ward One. 385;
agree 1 13. IOOP, Fraternal Bide.. 8 00 p.m.: :Ward Two. 376; Ward There. 224;
get more advertising money for .. Elks Lodge 8:00: p m. I 1 1
Ward Four 290 total. 1.275.
AVON PARK: Rotary Club. Jacaranda ;
is apparentlyfor
citrus-and everyone I Hotel. P m. Haynes Ward One, 102: Ward
lies not in an organization I RiM,
this move- : Rotary Club Magonie'rem-
1 Two, 117: Ward Three. 71; Ward
12 OS
organization or faction I ple. pm.DAYTONA
Y BEACH: Klwanls Club. Palmetto Four 61; total 351.
against faction .clash-but well I Clubhouse. 12:15: p m. 'I' Total of 1,626 votes were cast t
personality. EUSTIS. Klwanls Club. Grand View Ho-
personality against '
e. r tel. 12 IS pm.KISSIMMEE. out of 2.680 registered voters.
"Dirty politics" have been : TJSWV. 7 00 p m : Military 4
charged on both sides-but observers Order of Serpents and Lizards. Fraternity
the Bldi. 7 30 pm.: Business and Professional I
are of the opinion I I Women's Club. Arcade HoteL 6:30 p m TERMITE CONTROL
break is not too wide for bridging, LEESBURO. Rotary Club. Civic Center.
.if quick action is taken. With the 12:15: pm
SANFORD: Klwanls Club CofC. 12:10:
Legislature having less than a I p.
it will be necessaryto I mST' CLOUD Business Men's Club 8,00
month to run. i ii p.m.
bring all influences to bear sat- I WINTER HAVEN Sr Chamber of Commerce \ 1
quickly to get the desired: results i .. Lake Region Hotel. 12:15 p m. Walker Chemical &
WINTER PARK: Lions Club. CofC Bide
it has been pointed out. AVS Avy, I 6.30 p.m.70Year.

Members of both United and I ex- :I I Exterminating>< Cog
Service Marked
PTA were contacted yesterday the I
for reactions on the Walker ___.-.A_""""' JACKSONVILLE [APJ Bion H. Tel. 4680
to the case and I Barnett chairman of the Barnett
.....try plan to reach reopen an amicable decis- DRILLING RIG of the Sun Oil Co., now I I National Bank's board of directors 3210 Clay Street

ion and all were agreed that to the clock, on the 20,000 acre Camp Ranch will complete 70 years of con- Orlando. Fla.

quote one man "while the door east of Ocala, in the first quest for oil re-- tinuous service with the local. Lakeland OTHER and OFFICES Daytona : Beach
was slammed It is, not quite in UndereoatJnr"r 'I institution today.
It. abut.II' ." I many years.

} Walker. In his discussions said crop
that the next two years would sec-
bring up many problems of merchandising 1 House Completes .
for the citrus industry has
and that it would be necessary >
to use every possible meansto
get the utmost advertising and On Gulf will
promotion for Florida citrus-and first
that the 1949 session of the Legis- I /tt J
lature might be too far away to TALLAHASSEE [AP] Florida will

do any good. While Walker of is,the by tives yesterday completed legislative
virtue of being president
important set up a' West Coast Inland '
Florida Citrus Exchange an Is
member of PTA he has would be authorized to purchase '

been acting as chairman of the Intercoastal Waterway. Only one -
Joint Legislative Committees and -
has. observers said tried to main-
tain a strict parlamentarian attitude 26 Hurt in Miami The
on the whole discussion.It ber an .

was Indicated that had not Bus AccidentsMIAMI red expenses action
Tom Tornbull of Winter Haven the
pushed through a non-debatable [AP Twenty-six per- by sending

motion to adjourn at :Monday's sons were injured one critically on i

joint session he would have in two Miami transit bus accidents House Is
then suggested the bringing together within a half.hour'late yes- endorsed bill to :
of three from each organization terday. ents of

in another discussion T. E. "Topple" Wetherington. Jr. whose of 3
In an effort to get some action. 35. driver of a bus which police ty of sec-
In the meantime there has been said careened into a Dade County ago touched of
no change in the decision of Pace waste service truck was reportednear vestigation.The har- -
to withdraw from representationof
death and 17 Negro passengers -
the joint committees at Talla- were hospitalized.Half iting Notary
hassee-however Jie'put the committees an hour earlier a south- performing con-
on notice that he was still measures and
bound bus driven by Richard E.
taking his orders from United and in Probate : up
Wood Jr. 27. plowed Into the uplifted -
would do whatever he was told ing laws
draw of a bridge over the
to do.
Miami River. Injuring Wood and
Before Walker said he was con- would have
t seven
sidering the arbitration method tens in
it had been suggested from other application INOUR
It3L quarters that the members the \ Lions Clubs Close ped after it MAKING fllENDS
? two legislative committees be mit County
brought together without the I State Convention their
"paid" men and that an outsider schools
be named to act as umpire. How- | SARASOTA [API The Florida I asked for

ever, the Walker idea if carried i, Lions Clubs closed their annual :' would have ..
out will preclude the necessity State convention here last night from WiORLANDO 'S
of, such drastic action. with election of officers and selec- the big ,
One prominent citrus man, who tion of St. Augustine as 1948 convention I tion
has up to now stayed away from city.
the legislative problems, commenting Bob Halgrim of Fort Myers was ; on the
on the Monday meeting and elected Governor of District 35'' is the
the open break said last night south over Bob Fleming of Tampa. :,
that "won't we be in one hell ofa Hoke Johnson of Daytona Beach t; olds to w
position if we find it necessary was elected Governor of District'!
in the next two years to go to 35 north over Tom Davis of Jack- I The
Tallahassee or to Washington for sonville. -
help in our marketing and sur- C. H. McNulty of Melbournewas cates of the
plus problems and this cleavageand named candidate for inter-I passage,
our failure to.get together in national director. i otherwise.The t tI

-- amendment I J UST about the most important part of our business is earning friends

time to help ourselves is thrown creating A (
SERVICERefrigeration right back into our teeth?" The upper I! earning your friendship and patronage by sound business policies and prompt, .

I I declined This veteran use of his citrus name man.for who obvious of bills the I I efficient service. We have great faith in the glowing future of our community we

and .Radio I reasons. added that the industry which have backed that faith with expanded facilities for the sale and servicing of Lincoln
-Competent Personnel i "would do well to heed share of
to acne you!' ,I Lou Kramer's recent warning and and Mercury motor cars. We stand ready to serve your every motoring need.

Work Guaranteed that the Independent growers periods

I around[Kramer 5,0001 placed of the the State total may at ing Another ; I Plan now to come in and see the new Lincoln and Mercury models. And we'd like to 1

PHONE 5136 take the matter into their own boost beer 'show you our modern Service Depart 1
I hands and by sheer force of num- : I .

WILLARD & KEISER bers Insist the Legislature do mates The the I ment, too, where your service requirements Se4'46. '
something to aid the Industry- .
and 1 beer and are handled! faster better with
Norge Philco Dealer if the leaders themselves don't ,
Yoga Theater Block-Colonl Uow. I thought get together.in that There statement.is food" for bring savings to you. It's the kind of service r. .

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Orlando has chance to establish this city as Florida's .,
a Dietrich Blanks White Sox

quarter horse racing capital 10 days hence, by evidencing 11th Top I Players i TigersTrim

interest in the exciting races at Florida Livestock Exposition Inning I Whips Cards/

track May 17-18. Bob Rauscher, popular third- i YanksGainOn

sacker for Orlando last year, has quit the Orlando club To Break Leader's StreakCHICAGO Win EasilyIn :

and plans to accept a position In Chicago soon. Bill Fuchs Round TripperST. : White Sox In 7-6 GameBROOKLYN 1

DeLand pilot last year, released by the Tampa Smokers a few dana TAP] The Philadelphia Athletics used a I 1I

o because: of weak hitting hit safely six of the first 12 times hewas combination of Bill Dietrich's DETROIT TAP! Eddie Lake'seighth
LOUIS TAP] Ted Williamsand air-tight: pitching and Bingo Atlanta inning homer off Allie Rey-
at bat for St. Petersburg since. Play
Binks' to beat rAP With Leo
hitting the'Chicago nolds hoisted
potent White Sox here I the Detroit Tigers I
Jeff Heath showed off their
Harold Brady of Lecsbnrg former Rollins athlete was recentlyreleased within half [The Lip Durocher, their exiled
of the
a AmerIcan
yesterday 3-0. The loss smashed the game -
from a VA hospital after a long siege with rheumatic home run swings! yesterday but American. League I 1 League lead yesterday on the manager watching them in National -

fever. .. Bob Callahan the Joe Strlpp Baseball School product Williams bad the advantage as I leaders' four-game winning streak. I ATLANTA [UP Favorites In I strength of. a hard-earned 3 to 2 League action for the first J

from Sanford pitched and won his game for the University of the Boston Red, Sox topped the The victory was especially sweet 32nd the championship Women's Southern division Golf of As-the ( Victory over the New York Yan- time this season. the Brooklyn

Georgia In the Georgia-Florida series last week. Percy Beard. for Dietrich who sat his former r kees. Dodgers rallied in the late innings
., Louis
St. Browns 8 to 5 In an 11 Cubs jsociation: Tournament at East yesterday and defeated the St.
Florida's track coach, was talking scholarship with Charles Bum- Rally teammates down on five scat- { Lake Country Club advanced I Reynolds who gave 13 hits and I
Inning contest in which Big Ted Louis Cardinals on Peewee Reese's )
my.] Townsend State 120-yard high hurdles champion of OI1S, tered hits. through first round matches ;, was in hot water all afternoon.
Unconditionally released without
i first homer of the In the
scored the tying and winning I !! year
runs. yielded in each of last
And several other stars after the State track: meet Saturday To Out by the White Sox after the I 1 upset yesterday a run the seventh frame. 7-6.
Edge '
The Browns led twice three innings to lose a 2-0 lead
Starves Demoponlos. captain and guard-tackle of the OilS. grid during 1946 season! the veteran right i', Dot Kirby Atlanta's stellar f em- with his second straight game. I The Lip and his movie actress:

.team last Fall is eyeing. both Florida and Wesleyan next year. the game holding a 3 to 2 edge : hander I mine entry was out In a sensational Hal who relieved wife Laraine Day were on hand '
White Virgil
Joined the A's free
,T as they went into the ninth inningbut Phillies 3-2 as a 'I 34 and eliminated Mrr. Trucks in the seventh for the first battle -

Ed Simons "brilliant little Tavarei High School quarterback Williams agent. |\ Dave Gaut of Memphis 7-5. Miss when the Tigers trailed 2-1.Inning gave between thetwo
Ust S year. Is ticketed for Rollins this Fan. Buddy Lowe who was I lashed a blow Into PHILADELPHIA [API) Trailing He allowed only four singles, Kirby medalist had honors tied for runner-up 1 only two hits the rest of the way, teams expected j

% standout gridder at St. Cloud before the war. Is already at Rol- the right cen- F- .... by one run going into the seventh and_ Dave_Phllley's! ninth-inninz: with the defend and took credit for the victory ; to battle
ter field bleachers a o u o i e. roiuey ing champion. Mrs. Estelle Law- :
; inning the Chicago Cubs jumpedon I it out for the
when Pat Mullin doubled
lins. Incidentally. Jack McDowall and his wife Sally observed to send the 1I 1v Tommy Hughes and Schoolboy opened the last son Page of Chapel Hill. N. C.. the across pcnnat. And for !
their 20th wedding anniversary Thursday. Ray [Bear! Wolf with 76 tying run in the seventh and
into extra round with his a Monday. 5 1
game Rowe for two'runs to defeat the : Inningsthings
hit his third homer of
Oator grid coach. continues to express pleasure with the spirit that I I two-baser butdidn't '
innings. I weren't
Philadelphia Phillies 3-2
.',.... yesterday Medalist Louise Suggs! of season in the eighth to clinch it. P
"dominates Florida football. Laverne Mayer first baseman released get past
Relief Pitcher The Phils had tallied twice in I Lithia Springs Ga.. was out In NEW YORK (A) I DETROIT (A) fI lolng too well for ;
shortly after the FSL race by Orlando is playing with. the Fred Sanfordtook the fourth and the Cubs once In the midway baseas I 39 to defeat Mrs. R. E. Winter I' .krhI.. .hrhse. the Brooks u
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'Frostproof" Orange Belt League team as well as George Rauscher { over in the the fifth. Pinch Hitter Marvin Dietrich retired of Fort Worth. Tex.. 65. Mrs. a.RranSk t IIIIL.'k..s.1 I I IF.u.2o I ails I-S 1 I t I the tailend Car- J

Jr., and Buck: Chamberlain. 11th after Jack rd Rickert sparked the seventh Inning the next Pate was out In 37 to defeat ,'QulM.lb I S 1 I id'uIi.ok..lb. I 1 I 1 4 dinals held a 6-3 .
Kramer \ offensive three Sox." HiM'fl..ef I 0 1 2 \\"..., Mlf I I I 1 I fie ad on thestrength
in gave way he led
Joe strlpp plans to head North next week for a vacation: off Binks wasted a rc SIrs J. C. Wright of Atlanta. ".11..... I 1 I 2 I MuUil.rfKran.rf 4 5 1 2 1 I II
'S'ew Jersey. Phil Berger the tavern keeper, and Henry Belch for a pinch hitter witH a single. He took second ona I N..rtrlo.If. I fl' : S 1 I t I ,/ of i
I'but a double] by passed ball moved to third second inning Mrs. George E. Wilcox of MI- R.hlllIO .. I111ktay..Sh 11211 three-run clust-
Sentinel-Star editorial director were at Yankee Stadium for Babe on triple] before he ami defeated Peggy Gude of Atlanta .UvkHnuk. III ISF.ift.. I I 141 .v. .._ __ ._ "' n. ..._
Ed Pellagrini anda a fly and scored on Ed Waitkus'slnge. -I ... 1112I4r.m'. '" "ii. AU llULt WI"
Both Day when: Sid Hudson blanked the Yanks and they both I used his bat for 6-5. Mrs. Sam 11111Ftimaslh
walk to John- ] Andy Pafko forced Waitkus Israel of New I I I t ITrMwtu I I I 1 IhC.i. fourth and fifth frames.
that Comr. Albert Benjamin [Happy] Chandler drew'a huge run production.Sinks' Orleans I ... IIIIIeftosgs.Is5s
report nv Pesky set the but Phil Cavarretta kept the rally defeated Mrs. P. w. Craw- But in the sixth the Dodgers
roar of boos and Bronx cheers when he made his appearance. si'aie---ior--.wU- Williams I alive by hitting safely. Rowe then first single ford of Atlanta 75. Fin..ids.p Ills 1 I I I t 1'111.TrurkiIrVUrti* .. I II I I Ii 1 IeBeres 1 loaded the bases with two out on

Bill Babe hard-hitting former Daytona Beach outfielder has been llams' second circuit clout of the replaced Hughes and Bob Schef- in the fourth In other championship pairings 1 5 1 I I Jackie Robinson's single and walks

farmed by Atlanta Crackers: to Charleston S. C. Charlie Kane.wellknown day and his fifth this year. fing greeted him with what prov- 1 cored Barney Dietrich yesterday Mrs. Larry Martin of -----lMta.Touli -1.--I-1-I to Pete Reiser and Dixie Walker,.i .

as a young Winter Park, hurler several years ago Is Heath tried to keep St. Louis ed to be the game-winning hit McCosky with i Atlanta defeated Mrs. Fred Bel SI S...i 24 ll| Ttfil II I 12 27 P At this point George Munger wMIII"had
1 ftc R bl.
I. li 1111.
managing the Jacksonville Terminal nine again this year in the game in their half of the scoring Pafko. the A's first run. j I linger of Atlanta, 3-1. Miss Mar- k-.irurk. MI for minw.! In tik. been having trouble with his

11th with, his fifth homer of 1947 CHICAC8 (N) | PHILADELPHIA (N) McCosky and Ferris Fain,garet Gunther of Memphis bested .....tilt*. ayt tar ...,,.... I. till. control all afternoon. was relievedby
10,11.1. l IbrOss touched Joe Haynes. the Chicago- Mrs. George Thompson Jr.. of 4-fl1. Mil tar la (Ik.a Lefty Al Brazle.]
Five baseball champions went but only Bob Dillinger was hon II......... III .injIM. for TrwM I. 'lk.f .
Winter Park's Wildcats Group Zlrriilu I ISIS am' and
starting losing pitcher,
I | Fort Worth. Tex., 8-7. and Carl Furillo)
base. Jerry Witte ended St. K.ltkui.lk I a 2 7 1'cAJmn' 1 5 t tr I Miss f rmimto4 wit for Tibbwu III Ith.w replaced Gene Her-
' Twk -- ].. (Hit. '_J I manskl at the bat and promptly'
has Coach Hugo Miller stumped. I ('.,.,' ..' I 4 I I *|Wm.i.k.rf. I t t S I Then Bingo connected on a 3 and Fla. D't..i Ml 1|>-I
State defeated
"practice field. But the tourney out on strikes. Fchfnng.S" 4 5 1 I 2Inal.: ... 4 5 1 1 5 Mrs. W. M. Robertsof );,...: Riuulo, T...- '. Run .kattwl t I.; Pl- belted a triple] to center to tie the
'!lis lads have never played at night, and if they win their first- The Brownies twice were In a SleW'.rf I 1 I EttM.lk S I I S S 2 pitch, scoring McCosky and Dalals.] Tex., 65. wail; ..Cr.owr., Mullln. LaO.. T.. k... III',: score at 6-all.
I ,
Tound game their semi-finals test will be at g:30: pjn. Friday. poslUon to save the game for lnhlHM.Sk M'.,..... 4 4 a 1 I t t S *SIReailnlck.|MCw-k.lk' .. 11111 1 I S S sending Fain to third. I Mrs. W. W. Hamby of Asheville ku Kill.: : KilL r. Dovbl.Mullla.1.,1! Ho.*W.turn'.:Laka Lakh....ral foliMhlna ..-i I I In the seventh with Johnny

:There Isnt an Infield In the Florida State League thafcan touch DelAnd' Kramer who scattered five hits Horary.. 1. I I Hawllw, ".Sb 4 5 t I PHILADELPHIA. r" (.A).I CHICAGO':.0,01.1v.1.i.e (A') N. C., defeated Rosalie Mayer of :, kM.-; "NM'11I1...lark", ...I.Lak.IMmlt....IS.('ull..I HUM,._. t..tti Grodzirki fourth Card hurler on

; QuartetMarPerez.: Ted Rosa. Gene Ciolek and Chuck and four walks to Boston batters. rhlp>rr'T .. 1* *S *I *S '.;tV.b55.h HuibM. .( I"till I 1 1* ; : IIISlftik.v.1b: 4.1.lApldlnCH ISt'u.k.4 Atlanta 75. Mrs. Jane Crum Coving ':, -rt I. Tratka S. Whit* Ii. f1 .1k MIlo: the mound. Reese clouted his
2 1 5 I I t 1 I | ton of Columbia] S. C. bested k? Kniuiii I. Truki 4. Mkii. ; ,7"j: 1\
Scout- Lehner tripled in the ninth with Kiuk' ISIISitwi.p 11112 game-winning four-bagger Into
the Nats through
know that Washington '
Jdtm! Dldyou bKicknt 11155th.tp Fall I It. I''Ht.ill.ri-f t. I I Mrs. Morton Tfwki | U I tuilnfi; ROth* I I. I. Wild altrh; I
Joe Cambria are the big stockholders In the Havana club of the two out but Stephens groundedout { Itln..11. t I I 4 Kanna.ljr.rf t. 2 5 Bright of Atlanta I Kffumdi." Wlwlni pticlm. "..n.. I.niilm: the left-eenterrield stands.
Agent 1. S 1 1)
and In the 10th. the bases ---, ----- Rmar.MtJnkLSb. t. I I I"J<"".I 4 5 1 13JH'hrl.la'rlf I I 3-2, and Miss Polly Riley of Fort .......*. .... .." raiwralla. T'.... X.I*. AtIreUauca. Hugh Casey, portly Dodger fire-
Florida-International League And that Is not an Impossibilitythat 1 4 I I 4 I .
I '1'01.II.' 1 11 IT 1*| 'Trfall SI I I IT 14 : : : ; Worth. Tex. defeated Miss : Il.lit
were loaded when Berardino was .. wlar.Tk I 1'MlrhafU.ik: t t t SI I( Mar- man who was the fourth Brooklyn
the FILE because of Lakeland's poor attendance may start a called out on strikes while batting :. b-'*nul lnlc battle to draft Orlando into the Class C loop?. for Mt for UFolm !. ttk.Chlc. I I I I 1 H.tna. p I I I 2
Kramer. .,,, __ __ ,llHrliht l' I I I Parkers Battle holding] the world, champions -
It is only logical to expect Happy Chandler to take some pun-! BOSTON. (A) I ST. LOUIS (A) Fklladrlptil.. ___ ____ SOS till !lit.. l 21e-a_ |IOOri.S.P I I t I in check with two hits and
tire action against Larry MacFhall although he has been silent .5r II S.? *k r k Erran: ma. Ram .tted la: T rt... -----1 ---- no runs to receive
PsUuLI. I 1 1 1 DllU'iw.lk i 1 t I 4 W.lkw. "... tuTu 111 ""' .1, II' I XT 11 Fifth Annual credit for this
ever since his lengthy closed-door session 'with the Loud One. Iwouldn't Pwkr.lbCulkarXrf 41 ( lL, h ar.rf .5155 Part. *. Wiitkui.. Bfhtfflm. 'w. bn* klu: Tar-. .ffmmdad lm fore HIT (oc flip. In Itk.Irrani second victory of the season. He
.'lm..11 I I 4 S ...,......... fT 1 1 1 1 b. KIchobM.' I. fi M baivi ehlcai. ]*, mil. I'tIII.d.lpbSa .. lee 121 S'IScli. .
be surprised if the penalty didn't match Dnroeher's. DtMiI..d iB.atk.lt SI 5Dn.n.2 tfatphU I. ..... M halls: *rr Bonvy I. Bufbx. "o.. __ ___ lee 500 505-4 has no defeats.
the from : f ; 2Wttt..1b f : In1: I. Kink: I. 8trik_'.: by PoN y I. Koib. 1. .. Suits kattad l. I Mount Dora n. LOUIS
The Sanford Feds have released Jim Payne righthander : Blnk. I. T'w.bu. ( ( )
.lelu' 1" 1 IIJullaielu' I' 1 I 1 I s. 1. SckBlts S. Eiu Wf B-7 I ,. S 1 S kit ....111.,. '1'''... 5... kit .In..... facrlflra City Tourney 1.1 'OOK"r : .
.Longwood. and signed on Glenn Garrett. a flthtle released by Day. I I 1 1 t Hiukaetlk I I 1 5 I liuuili... Buhw 1* 1. I '-1; Cbi,... In 1-1; .: Fill. Dlitrlrk. Doublt ,I.,: Hi7ne tpllnt. 11..4..111. I S t I lStvtktlb I I ISI
tona Beach. and Garret is due to pitch tonight against Daytona T....111 5 5 1 11 t.u..... 4 I 1 Shr. rtiiad Ro S ta S l-Si Rush S U 1; Bcbailti ,. .. Mtrhi.il SRI I..... Laft an 11.'.: POlls'delpOis lIIth..." I 1 I 1 I .IIIa..ll1 I I I I 1
..... 1" I .I.P..... tt S I SsMo. bill: Btailnlrk. wumUf rlttlwr" : Kuik. :II..I.LI
COleus ( Bun bills 4IIlR.ts.t
an Dlatrtfk t. 41155Korhi.ik
Beach for the Feds. Art StUlwell St. Augustine catcher is out : ... 1. Etrtr.f i S I S S Ualm plukwt. Bu'.... I'Mplm. ......>.. COM Rut,.. t, G.brl.B, 5. PtrtknuU: Ptetrlck 1.: i iI Opens MondayHerb Tom Cooley's] unbeaten Mount t 1 I I iWslh'.rt I I I 1 I
.'..-..; S S 4 Kraaur t 1 I SI slid CooI.a. Tim.: 1:11.: t1..d.IIt..: '.u'. R.,.,. I. f'>'.IIr1n 1. Hlti: aff II.,.. T In I Dora Lake-Orange League pacers I SluSh.. r.rI I 1 t I I R.,.IIS.II I 1 I I I
of action with a split finger. rinwU.. I' "idBrar<)lna.t 15 5 S I IfHilnii: C.brt.B I ,. I. LraalRf pltclxv B.",.. wm be seeking their fourth consecutive W.rf I" I 1 I "urtllo.l' 1. 1 t IsOttlor
Dorlik.r II aaBw4.. I I I Si I( .,,,ina: Bubb.H. Ban* and W..'.. '1'1... 1 Jl. Smith. 1947 Orlando I 1 IEd'uILI' !
==.a 15 : II I Winter Park Country Club champion will defend I victory today as they play] T'i.rist.rf' I : 1 : I isri.05.10 : : : : t
I I I I I hosts to Bob Ivey's Winter Park )'ui..M IIIIIR.'.,. I 1 1 .
.UM.n 1..1 his 1946 city title In the fifth I lit-is .....
1 I I I H. l' I I 5
'Tickets for Tinker Testimonial ,...... nine in the feature game of to- .. ,
! annual City Golf Championshipswhen Gsr.glMs 1 I I S SG.u.p 1. P I 1
----- Reds Wallop day's league schedule. Five teams )'.D.'.. 2 I I I IImsndI'.p I S I I SBml
Total. I: I III Ii l TrtaU 44 I U II U on LeonIn match play begins Mondayat : .p IIIIIFltke 11115Whomp
Umatilla. Winter
-MMM niad Ml for Ttrttt U Ilk., Dubsdread Country Club. I' Park. : ISIICwy.p SIlls
,Game Go Sale Tomorrow b-Goodaa. .t.... .ut for IMrtib U stk.aul Winter Garden and Apopka are 03'.. IlIIIj 1
on f
Smith who won both the city
irouerM ut tor Klinftr U lth. GNd.khi.PIIII l
4 Btrardla.. t u MlM .ul M aulkM for Krimar State MeetWinter title and the Dubsdread Country tied for second place] with two I ___ __
Box seat and general admission tickets for the Joe 1* llth. I' Giants 1 lloNEW Club] championship last i wins and one loss each. TMali S3 I Til Si Tolili' u ran 11
"-' .-P.r. ru far Ilau ta ltk.BMIM year Other find Zell- aimlH fir tlonr* I. 4lk.
:pinker Testimonial Night baseball game here May 16 _____ hi tt. III S-4 Park High school's unbeaten swings into action next week, after games today --....I ant for Wllb I. Tlk. .
wood at Ocoee Winter Garden at
IXMll JM III ill *S-t 0-41.11.4 lor Chindlrr I. Ilk.
?Will go on sale in the downtown area tomorrow morning, aLE ...: t. _-BUM katt.4 ,.: Witt. S. It..,.. I I Wildcats winners of the completion] of qualifying play.] ,lEustis. Tavares at Apopka and ".. UuU .... leO IS* ..ett1
rinMlt. BI....... ,,'un... 4. aIII.. '1'.. baxblu Group S championship will meet YORK rAP) Cincinnati'sReds I Bio ,. '\ til lei-T
.It was announced yesterday. : DMIT. Ptllafrlal '1'1.... II... hits: ..Itt.. 'I Leon High of Tallahassee didn't collect homers In Denny Champagne Dubsdread I Clermont] at Umatilla. E.....: ... F... rVwm4lnat BUM kattH
Len... B".. nu: Wiuiiaii .. Htuk. BMlanbax at 3 any pro and tourney director, said 1.: Utaiikr." E.........lauilat 4. ShIn. Martao.rurllla .
'. Joe Stripp and John Ganzel co-chairmen. of the com- : Hlltkmrk. ,.: Doubl. plaj: I II p.m. Friday at Lakeland in a first- the short-barriered Polo Grounds J. a..,. T*. boss .blu.: In"|....... Hw ri
mlttee arranging the event. said I uthaiiHlukrork. :.4 Wllic: Un M Owls Bo.M .- I round game of the State High yesterday but they pounded an I I eight golfers had turned in Llttlefield.] 96 and Harold Sellers ..>a.kl.. Mwlal, Tkra. k..a kit: FurtUK BOOM M
4. 8L Lists 12. Bam on bells: Ftnttll 4. qualifying scores through yes- I "'. &_. I'.rtlion: ...rI.... Hi.nkr. ". 111. *"t i
box seat tickets would go on sale I Krin p 4. JotuiMl 1. Sinford L Ktniaouti: 1'.,. School Baseball Tournament. assortment of New York pitchers i 88. stan; Muil.1 uiu ilaiad" JlII "". Rm* and
at 'Williams Cigar Shop in the ..It.2. Kra,r I. )[Jln.. 1. lah..! .. H1U: WfPant.ll Lafayette Golden executive for 12 hits to trounce the Giants terday with the 73 card postedby All men golfers In the Orlando Kiihlnin. .. I>.rt m (HIM: .1. tooth 1. BrenllriIL
ria' Inst... |_. suit 1. Ilk): off Pete Dye, Rollins linksman Bau* ah bulls:'Minwar I: Omtitrkl. I. Hat.tan .
J.t Angebllt Hotel Bldg while general Dorllk. I l. l! .4?. IUI", ... 1 IB I; off Juhiuo.I secretary of the Florida High 116.Bucky the lowest of the scores I area are eligible] to qualify in the I. Unti. t, nuKillar; I, CIMT 1llrlkfuu:
ph admission tickets would go on ta 1: elf Krinar I U 1*; .fr I.n'''''' 1 Ia L School Athletic Assn.. yesterday Walters gained his second -I annual chase for the Sentinel- Muniar I. Urartilrkl. I.. Ratim I. Orail 1. Slit:
Winning pltcbw: Jormao. lx lnf pilcb r: K..- *rr Muniar I U I t t lunlnii; Brill. 1 li t;
sale at several locations. I t'td. tptr..I Butl.T, Pauar.Ua. Born and a.e -- released] pairings for the eight- win of the year for the Reds Other qualifying scores: Her- I Star Golf Championship Troph1.I Silks 1* I-.; Gradllrkt I U J; Hattn I In I
Box seat tickets will be sold !. Tlaw: S:17. Attn4im; .._. team tourney which opens at 3pm. although] he was replaced in the man Goodwin Jr.. 79; Henry Am- Qualifications play ends Sunday <.iw HL In ..hl; Gra(( I I. 1 t-'I Ckaadlar.

at $5 each for the event which I tomorrow and winds up with eighth by Harry Gumbert when 'I''I' rhein. 101; Knox Glass 84: Frank I night, and first round play starts I 1. I S II yttchar Cftff: C.S .U.,.I. I Wild alnf Utrt-pltrbw. rkaodlar.Wlitnlai ; 0....-.

JOE TINKER features a game between" the the finals at 8 p.m. Saturday. the Giants rallied for three runs. Riley 92; Larry Lyons. 89; Dean next week. ilckl.

Orlando Senators and their I Sain Shuts Out Tb schedule of pUr relened br Oold- CINCINNATI' IN) I! NEW VONK" (N)
abrk..I ubrhis
TESTIMONIAL strangest Florida State League I Tomorrow: P.Utka TI Bt. Frteribart. ...... If 1 I I 1 IIBI.I.II. 4 1 I I I
'I rivals the banford Celery Feds. ', 3pm.; Avon Park TI Robert X.: Lee of A4.III S I 1 I I Itl.."....... I I I 1
JacksonvIlle 7pm. and fort lAuderdale R..SI t 1 I I IT! __." t. I I I
NIGHT General admission tickets will T* Lakeland. 9:30 p m. I B..I 4 5 1 11 I'Mw..Ib' I .1 1 S
Friday: Winter Park TI Leon Hlih ofTallahaucc. i.a.... 4 I I I I Monll.II.If 4 I I I
Oanzel said six business
be each. 6-0
$1 Pittsburgh VuII.r.4 111111._..
{ 3 p m.; Winner of Palatk- I ( III11050If
MAY 16 firms In the downtown area St. Petersburg (... we winner of Arcn I. I I I GtwIoe.lf. 4 I II I II ;
had volunteered to sell tickets Park-Robert E. Lu cam at 7 p m. and I I MIll'... I I 1 t 115w-i': ... I I 5 111e
,, WsIl.n.p. I" I t i'Y.s' ,,. 1. I ,
Join In honoring Florida'sonly and he expected others would I I I BOSTON [API Johnny Sain and winner Winter of Lakeland-Fort Park-Leon Hl Lauderdal.h cam*,,I sm JO* Gu........ S I S I .',.......... S S I I I fit '
of volunteer to join In the sales ef. pm. |h.nna<1ra 1. IIBudnlr ( :
living baseball Hall pitched a masterful four hit shut- !
Saturday: F1n.li at 8 p.m. I *"* *
Fame star. Send your gift to fort. He listed the six as Williams out last night as the Boston Golden said Friday and Saturday morn- I I _-.* I I.L.f.la () I I
Smoke Shop Jack Holloway's, logs had been left open for rained out '. 1. I
Braves trounced the Pittsburgh
IA..... S I 41 !
JOE TINKER came Celltn Fenton of Lakeland and 0
Berger's Tavern. San Juan HotelCigar Pirates 6-0 in the first night game H. A. Schubicer New Smyrna Beach, will I :b1"1II. lIPS 1 IIAe/ ,
AL FUND, Florida Bank at Stand and the Green Tree. of the season. '. be Lbs umpire IA>drm"p I I a f
JTrtnkl.' a I I tMwiuk I
Orlando. Grill. The Boston victory was I. I ..
scored''! 1
Mrs. Page Bussells. who has
over Kirby Higbe who .
McMain !X.I. ir .11 19 51511;
been prominently identified Innumerous 1 first atart for the Pirates since Godfrey -11. Ht ,. '1'_,.. I. ltd.k IT' p .
KILL civic campaigns will being acquired from the Brooklyn ': -(nu..... wit t' AF." U ,tit. SeA' .
Gain irauadH eat Iff Were l. ItO.imusd.d i
head a .peclal'women', committeefor Dodgers in a trade last Saturday'j Semi-Finals *- wit far ''l'rI."'. ,. Itk.Enwt .
FLEASTorment : sale of general admission tic PITTIBUUSH (N) I I "latlnn.U ______ .11 5(5 .t-11
I kets. Ganzel said. abrh.aT[ 101T0a: .1 In Senior Meet N- Test _. __ 111111 Ill-I
e.(.M 411$5.s.h f 5551 : : Mm... III....'. Sass Miss. Cenpw.'
ust \ At the same time Ganzel and Ruiiall.rf 4 I I 1 I flatmtt. .if 4 I 1 I I I T........ Bum ktuad ,.: Btat I. lA..... 4.
: WuU.ks.rI1IIIH.pp.d 11151 I Dr. Harrison McMain and Fred Vflmr.} I. Coo, .. .
Stripp said a total of $485 had .1. Ml>'' Marihtll. -
will kill the fleas !G..'. '..IkOuiun. I .. I I I ElllMl.lk: 4 I S I 1 0...... '!'w. kt*. MM; Blfiwy. LtniDM.arrlflr .
J.J j been deposited in the specialJoe __. I Godfrey have advanced into the ....
IkKlMrlf I I 1 1 I '1.11 4 I 1 S I j *: W.lt Ttoubl. plan: Hilt.. andA4aaa
on dog in 1 Tinker Testimonial Fund at ; I' I t llMnl.f I 1 I 4 4 I i semi-finals of the first annual : TkMmam Karr sol M ..; Mill.... A....
your Hon.il I" I 4 ( TariaM .lk I I 11' I ... B... Lilt tm ..._: rivlanatl I. K.W "war
Florida Bank at Orlando with R I I Orlando Country Club Seniors .. BUM .. .. 1I
30 seconds-if it fails it >ir kl.: I I S JSlltt.M l' 1 I kllli: tit lamMdy At. 1. H titan
most of the testimonial gifts I High*. lSIlISatm.p 41112 Tournament Pro Roy Horan an-. 5. BvdRlrk 1. Aid".. 1. Rirlkanuti ky
: is free! Harmless to the coming from out of town baseI I .RulllTaiBifW. 1" I S I j nounced yesterday. K......., 1. Wtltan.. I. Burinlrk I. Owawt I. _
.. iTfn' 1. Hlta: "? KraiMdy 4 !. I lining; ..ud.1. -
ball fans. JJ! _____ Dr. McMains defeated Frank ..1.I ,. I M: ThMpxm I I. 11; Aim I ,. I II
-dog.: Entire proceeds of the game's .!... II I 4i4 isi| Total.rawKlad II S I IT 11 j Balfour. 2-1, yesterday to gain I ; A.drawt, | I. l-|; Trlnkl.. I In I.'; Wtltara.
( cut for Bills U Itk. I I. T t I: Runhwt 1 ,. 1 1 .. Wlnnln
11 Ib. box _ $1.00 ticket sales will go to the Tinker Pittsburgh "l till Ill-I the semi-finals while Godfrey advanced W....... Lealnc pltrlMr: Kanrndr. I'ajplra.-....:
Testimonial effort the cochairmen Bourn __ ____ tlf M' .b-4 with a 3-2 win over H. '.. lords and B.,.. Tlmt; J4J. Atlaodanc.;
$4 lb. box 30c F.,.! a..IL Rum fc.ttfd In: Ho*.IL HiinTw. 5,510.
said. The Orlando Baseball t. F,.. 5.1. Warfield Dorsey. ;
? on. :
., Sold by Feed, Seed and Club will, not deduct expenses and .il."N! : : ':-I."I; ; .= :' Dr. McMain will meet the win- I 41

Hardware Stores. will ask all employes to work that ,i KMlM RatlMki ka aivl Mi RrMnbrn Rysm... )1.tpp.: G...TMnbl....... ...1.ul....._!1 Col.indnrraibni. '< ner of the R. H Dippy-W. C, Local Bowlers Win I C

night without pay. No Florida i Left m but,: ritubvnk) I. BO.WB .. I, Brinkman match in the semifinaLs -
Patented State BINS m bills: Highs t. Pub 1. Fill L Hirlfctwu next week. __
League or other complimentary !i Godfrey will At .
: Rlsb. J. Biibj 1. FatS 4. BIt: *t niib. Jacksonville
I WILLIAMS' CHEMICAL CO. tickets will be honored for 4 ,. T Innlnii,, ; Sigh, 4 ta 1. Lmlm pltrlMr: meet the winner of the H. B. Lov- 44

the game. Id Hlib: *. tBftrM: Birlirk. Gar ud Plnelll. Tim.: ell-Robert Anderson match' In his Joe Ejar's Pine Hills Golf Club
semi-finals test. bowling team In a special match f

208 South ORLANDO Parramore St. A Good Place: To Fish DOWN BY THE SEA played] at Jacksonville Beach over _

ATLANTIC CITY-Owners of MERMAIDS the weekend defeated the Jacksonville '- -

OAKLAND 700 horses have signified their EAST LANSING. MIch.-MIchi- Beach Bowling Center I THIN YOU STIU
intention of into the At- State's Green Splash. hon team
Be FISHING DOCK moving gan by 156 pins. John Horvathof CO FOR MY CO KM m WTD S SORRY I WAJN/T AROUND *0. BUT TOO NEVER
: sure to lantic City racetrack for the orary coed swimming society will the Pine Hills team was high BALANCING ACTnUDGE MILU FOR THAT I SO MUCH AT TIMES IN LET US DOWN IN

"0. Lake Apopka- meeting opening May 26. and I present its annual aquatic extrav individual scorer with a total of NOW THAT YOU BALANCE OF RICHNESS I THE AST. HAD TO SPREAD QUAUTY.WHITEY.

t ORANGEFISHING BoatsBaitMotorslohn I there are 1600 on the waiting list. aganza'here.. May 8-10 Inclusive. 545. A return match has been CAN CATCH IT UGHTNESS. MILDNESS' AND I MYSELF PRETTY THIN. AND WE LOVE

Gramllng. Mrr.. Oakland. JTa. scheduled for Sunday at the local AGAIN ANY TaIL HEARTINESS IN CAftSTAIRS f YJNOWI! YOU FOR IT1

f LODGELOCATED The Shop Well Groomed Men Pat Mullins' .425 Rates Tops alleys.PUCAT8 GOING FAST "" / ,:i I


.. APOPKA BETWEEN Th only la Central*lr-eelUlltlMlfd Florida shop Among American LeaguersCHICAGO John Bteelers D. Holohan] of the Pittsburgh i

,. reported yesterday the ,

t !COEE ANDl AFOPKAHere EOLA BARBER SHOP [AP] Detroit's Pat Mullin, with a collection National Football League club has --

l In a boatiful Mttinr of palms A. L. Plckln.OB, Frepi; of four homers and seven doubles among his 17 hits in.40 sold] 23,000 season tickets for 1947. t
la. Lode that wtU The club
excite every n E. Washington SL opened the 1946 season
.: torn fuhennan's heart. No expense hat trips to the plate had the American League batting lead I with 10.000 sold] but filled Forbes :
pared to
provide the newest
and belt la modern facilities and I nailed down yesterday with a hefty 425. Field to capacity for every game. ,

t equipment. Yet price are rea,on- Six points ('hind. at .419 was Washington's Buddy I .. :
able. Here are just a few of tb*> ----- -------------------- ------ ------ ------------- -'
many attractions available; Lewis who collected only three hits
in his last eight while WELL THE PERFECTlY YOU PET! AND WE
< appearances Mele of Boston and Elmer Valo SPECIALSAND l'tnsrr.t'RS.
Mullin banged six in his last
of Philadelphia were tied<< in out- AND ITS "
a NEW BOATS AND MOTORS trips. Third place was held by put of triples with three apiece. AND MUCK WOIDLRFULTASTLANY SUBSTITUTIONS l te Seaa L

S EXPERIENCED GUIDES Bob Dillinger of St. Louis with Wri&ht had stolen the most bases DON'T PERMITSUBSTITUTION FOR US EITHER I IJfie I VHfl'E sug, j -.r.

.417.This 1 II
: NEW TACKLE -400- trio was trailed by Jack Kramer of St. Louis and FRIEND. I A&A1N5 'llJDID ,rxiffl

; C NEW ULTRA-MODERN: Luke Appling. Chicago with Sid Hudson of Washington had For Spray Machine, Supply Trucks I I P.'fWHRf I II

COTTAGES WoddsFiaestFis1ingBoats .396; George Rinks Philadelphia the top pitching records with three All types of Grove Trnrkt. Trailers I EVCAThME! I
: I
.386; George McQninn, wins and no defeats. Joe Dobsonof 5M Fertilizer Distributors etc. I ASKFOStIT I II .
WITH ALL-ELECTRIC: Guides New York. .340: Les flemIng : -
Boston and Chicago's ThorntonLee
Ask for fret trial demonitritjon for ; ,
. : KITCHENS Cleveland .333: Hal Peck. Cleveland had posted two wins withouta > we ki at absolutely De eblljiHoBto 2o I _

C e NEW RESTAURANTNEW andlackle.c3. and Walt Evens Detroit loss, and five pitchers had one y*.. -
.327 apiece and Taft Wright defeat.OUTBOARD .
t PACKAGE STORE Chicago, 425. victory without WE GUARANTEE\ SATISFACTION II __ _____________

i NEW BARS 1 Mullin's ,two-base productiongave OR NO PAT S -

him the lead in this _
specialty MOTORS
LI.OUHLE5321.MARcO.FtORID4 Tkoaiaadl of Brand .NtwTim .
INSIDE and his four homers tied him<
la Our Warehouse
:. CAMP GROUNDS in first place with Pat Seery and New Mercury Out PerformsAll Perfectly Balancedlenl 4-5 Qt. $3.68

: Words dont do oar place Justice bat : : Joe Gordon of Cleveland. Charley Other Makes DUDATIRE Pint:
Keller of New York and Jeff --
to tee u to believe frankly we
doubt if there it a nicer place of Heath of St. Louis. RALPH HAGOOD SALES CARSTAIRS White Seal 1 Vi Pint $1.19
its kind tn tae U. S. $
top by and J :
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DeLand Runs Wild To Blast Senators, 10-5 : YOUR USED TIRES

Orlando FacesSt.Augustine Wednesday, May 7,. 1947 (Orlanfo! ignrntng 6 tttnrl Page 7

__ Durocher ARE WORTH MORE

...., : ..: \. .. Says
(:. ;. ; } .

Pirates Push He Will ReturnTo

Sanford Into BrooklynBROOKLYN I I

Here Tonight 2. [API Declaringthat
he had every intention of returning -

as manager of the Brook-

tS_ to Orlondo Morning Sentinel] Seventh Place lyn Dodgers at the end of the season's -

:; iii' suspension handed to him
DELAND-The DeLand Red
by Commissioner A. B. [Happy]
Hats ran their winning streak to Chandler last month. Leo Durocher -

eight games here last night as [Special to Orlando Morning Sentinel insisted yesterday that his con-

they produced two big scoring Innings -.-. SANFORD The duct was above reproach prior to
to turn baok the Orlando < < I his sentence.

Senators by a 10 to 5 'score. Pirates pushed' the Sanford Celery J "I've been silenced by the commissioners Qt the

The league pacers bunched four .j'! Feds into seventh' place in the edict" said Durocher,

runs on as many hits in the openIng --1pzJir Florida State League by defeating I I "and rye observed that order sinceit IIBERAlPElUX

frame off Orlandp starter Joe I ----- the locals in a 8 to 7, eleven inning was issued. I intend to keep on

Jones with Perez' long triple to I doing so. But that applied only
right-center leading the way. fray here last night to the Florida hearings. so I feel

Jones stuck around until he had Jack Baumgarner paced the attack I perfectly free to relate my previous

one out in the fifth inning when on the Feds as he relieved I meeting with the commissioner at

the locals again got hot and put Paul Qormish in the seventh Oakland last December. That Cal-

together five hits for six runs off frame and continued to lead the ifornia conference was discussed

Ed Leesburg attack by pounding out i openly times and since it
Jones and his successor, Fragaleto many
put the game on ice. Jones was : a two ply blow in the first of the was public then I don't think I'd
eleventh canto to send Jay Steb- '
credited with the loss. doing anything wrong in speaking
The Senators pushed across : bins scampering home with the about it now.

single runs in the third and eighth : winning marker. i I "At that meeting." Durocher
Manager .Buddy Lake of the
continued "Chandler assuredme
innings and tallied three times In .
Feds completed the first triple I rnat' I had done nothing
the final stanza but failed to have _
the punch to get back into the ball I l ___ _y_ ""' 'I'"!''' I steal of the year at the municipal j, wrong. At the end of the discussion

'game QUARTER HORSE RUNNING STAR: Baby Sis, day, 16 race program. Finishing back of Baby park home by in making the seventh a clean inning.theft On of !I he put his arm on my

Chuck Aleno again took hitting right foreground [No. 7J, is shown here cross- I Sis is Lady Luck,. second and partially obscured the play Jerry Silverman advanced shoulder anything and said: \ou I haven'tdone called Pay as

honors double with three in the safeties.big fifth IncludIng In--I I ing the finish line at Gulfstream Park as the by Lady Sis, owned by Elzie Williams, I' to third and Spence Ed- you here just to wrong.have an understanding -

ning"a. winner of a special quarter horse face This Palatka, and running next to the rail in third wards moved to second. before you might do _._L1.cw Little

Craig Lybrand was the big I I standout quarter horse, owned by Harry West- position is Hominy Joe, entry of Roy Browningof I' LCEIIUM6 ak r k aa a I' SANFORD ak r bps. anything that'"would cause me to as

stick In the Orlando attack. getting bury of Palotka, president of the Florida Lakeland. Sergeant Bill, owned by J. C. Oood Midi..H'y,! S22S4Rrnnt.SlI11MMess.3b421$5Jnhns.ta.If .. 41111 punish"I assured you. him I would mend You Save

.......1.. two, double for five was while the only JoeJustice's Quarter Running Horse Assn., will be one of Dryden, Tampa, finished fourth. All four ..It..rt 4$110IInid.rf a a S a Larcttnn 3202 S I 1 I I I my ays. I promised him I would 3 Ways : $ 25

\ extra base hit garnered by the the 32.horses competing here at Florida live- horses are entered in the local racing Campfe'LS* a I 4 I Lake If B I I I S I I steer clear of certain people he 1
I Her f tan.e I a a a 1 Rtrllet'ft 5 I I 4 1
visitors. stock Exposition track May 17-18 in the two- S program. lt.httino.e1 4 I S 1 a ") ...'.... 4 I III IRseklSr.1b mentioned. The commissioner was I. ST by tho
The Senators will return to I I a a ; Zuht.e I I I a I very pleased and concluded 'Okay.that's Firestone Liberil -
-.L. .0- Gonalihp. I I t 1 1 aEd.ardt.a 1 I I I IBasugSr.p understood. Now and I
Tinker Field at Orlando for a set- i K ** j S I 2 t 1 Kitwart.a StUtaMoa I I I I you Trade.InAllowance.
to with the St. Augustine Saints I .B I I I SI are on common ground.' .

tonight where big Freddie Swin State's Top Quarter-Horses I Saints Rally I II /IbStlrra,If 15550 "And from that day on, I sluck M Sire Mora on A WEEK

dells win probably be given the i Tetall 41" 10 U HI Totals U r ( 33 ITa to a straight line and I defy the Mileaga and
walked) fur Znha IB Ilk.b4Iied commissioner or anybody else to
starting assignment by Mgr. Lou Enter Meet Here 17-18 I i eat fur ftintoa la lath.iMhurf Safety.
May .
ai* MS 11 alI look me straight in the eye and _
Bevil.ORLANDO OIL I .anroM -_..-___ _-_ HI SM 44 ae-TErron say I haven't" 'I Ban Time and 7
:Or. Np. .1! :. F N.Lbiad ,. A two-day quarter-horse racing meet, packing the To Top G-Men ; : ..."...11. Gornlih. Bryant I. Rues I *** Trouble...tTse toe Convenient 'II_
IE1E'DIo.a.ef' 31111 ballad la: mrrmBan 1. Brunt. Coralik .. Good
MSWtflLSb1NI11L4L; % 11111 color of the nation's largest race tracks, will be May 17-18 Johiuoo .......,.... EcIw...... RauaxarBtr. Twa :Budget rlan.I .
JNEk.N 43114WsddSI. 421 bus kits: Bryant. Atrbhlnt" Xldinra?, 11.ou. I I One
T-.rt 43511tA.Ib' 11311 at the Florida Livestock Exposition track it was an- (amar. Tbraa kaie kit. : Blrketioa. Stoltn batei: Kennedy
(.ant..m.1141111U.Pi'.t.lb 411310 [SpeW '01! to Orlando Morning Sentinel] take Edward. ""....... "'_I.... arririra: --
1I'.rf. 4 I I I l'Iei.k.'I. 4 I I 4 4Ab.v.s nounced yesterday by Harry Westbury, Palatka breeder Bride. Ziiba. Double play: ShOeless t. MrMimnt :: :
GAINESVILLE-St. Augustine'sSaints ...... ..
.II. Left 4.
11lIlN..t 41230 buss: Lerahurf ManfordT
r.I' I I 11' IH.edsao..11 I I I I I and president of the Florida Quarter Running Horse Assn. spotted the Gainesville OMen -! R... BB buttE: off GnnaUk 7. *,rvart SKianiim I Of Answers To

3.,.netl.IIp.. !1II13IVk1W.p SII3WaI.p 10002 11100.R4. The two-day racing program.' three runs and then came 1.... Rtnmzarnrr 1. Stein 1...HUMM Lake I.t. .Strut BaiiBKamec ant: I 8"1 % 3W

.. I I I 0 St 1 1X'CaI"D I officially designated as "speed roaring back in the eighth and I'I'.1.I. Hits: nil Gnratlik I IB t 1-S 111II1..... Chisox SuccessCHICAGO !
-I : eli lImIts I I. 4 Inning. I nn aft
I I 1 t.JI 6-4 :
trials. will feature eight races ninth Innings. to rack up a I Lak s IB t tnninji I ran; off Btrvart In I
Tfltl" ii i, 24 Ul ntall iiiiiiiTiiII.1I1d daily for purses aggregating 2400. -I decision' here last night before 829 Imiinsi S runt; ese Biamfimrr 1 In 4 :I Inj i I
.- f t "netl. .1 225.Oind. Mark Britt. Winter Garden j Blnsi. t nut. wild pitch; Stewart Fined ball tAPJ Bob Kennedy
.. _______ tilt 000 III- I spectators.A f ZU..... .tnnlns pltehar, Battmsamvr. Lot,"_ the Chicago White Sox' rifle-arm-
DiL.anl _---.----- 400 III .e.-l' horseman and chairman of the three-run outburst in the pltriwr: Lakt Inptrei; Bribers! and BoaU. Time t tty.H
E1r11 LriM. 1eCIUSU(0. 3It1zj JIM association's committee staging Saints' eighth knotted the count let lint: 1.la. ed I outfielder finds hitting is like stotf? PackageBURPEE'S
.. ManMni. lIMIt.. AI.,. 3. '
b.tt.4 1*: I4bnSd binglein
U. PBTBI X. ClBltk. .. Y.sa. B.......... T". Bate the event. said 32 horses from FLORIDA STATE LEAGUE and three more in the ninth drove playing a Juke box-drop a
hit totlre. Ttirw ".l* MU: M. Paras. "'.11 !)oubl. Blays: rrmftl !. Cook. T"A DeLand 18 S 762 Leraburc 10 11 476 I baseball music. fcti fa-par OraM
....: Orla_ a. PrLaml. *. HIM M balli. aft : for the races. St. Auc 12 S .600:Sanford II 12 .429Qoeirllle Gainesville started a final frame Kennedy one of the big reasons ZINNIASEEDS
JaMs 1. rraslle L fur T. Whit. 1. Birock: auib : 1111 .500 Day. Brh 417 ..190,. the pale hose are bounding
Britt said entries for which and
Junta 1. fnille .. Hair 1. Whit. 1. Hits: Yaatarday Meaulta 'uprising that netted one run leaders I I
e .... S, elf> FrasllB In I *-. tualnn S. *nWhli. included the popular Little Audrey Palatka 10. Daytona Brarh 4. an entirely unexpected development and -
in to force
Rono Rotunno
!. t I limlof I. WIBBIBJ plicbw: HtlrLMlaf St. Aucuitlne 8. Gainesville 4. came 10-4
..lte".IV.I"' : tartly and Si.IS. ... owned by Jimmy Everett of Leeiburca I. Sanford 7 (11 innlnis). Mgr. Myril Hoag to fly to short i a terse explanation LOW WEEKLY I LAWN AND
... Tim. t< (.-: t:'" Orlando and of Taday GausS for his success as pilot TedLyons'
Roy Browning
I center to end the game. BOOK
st Augustine at ORLANDO. I crisp-clouting clean-up PAYMENTS
Lakeland and King Kleberg. own Palatka at Leeibun UT AUGUSTINE I GAINESVILLE
Denmark Bumby ed by Herman Turner. Sarasota. Sanford at Daytona B *cb. ii r Opis .0 r 0515 I [Soecial' to Orlando Morning Sentinell, I man:
I DeLand at QalneiTllle iody.Zb 4 I I 4 IIR.'..'.... 2 I I I IAIId' DAYTONA BEACH The Pa- I "I'm just slammin' that ball In ;'.y ,
Other entries are from Palatka _. S. I I I '
4 I IS. LI."" art.if 't A,: *
Score 'A' Wins Wauchula. Tampa. Plant City. NATIONAL LEAGUE: .IWII.rt S. I 5 5 "" .....3.. 4 I 1 I 2KarikI latka Azaleas grabbed a three-run the slot-hittln' it where they !
I I If 4 I I 1 I:4s,555.lb' S. I S 1Wllk..3. lead in the opening frame and ain't" : Steonc/il/
Bunnell Brighton. Mel- l'et.IT..n, W L Pet
( Sebring. Team W L .. i. I 1 Hnacrt S. I l' ffcirty;
In the first of the two Class A bourne and St. Cloud. Brooklyn 10 3 769 Phila'phla 89 .471Chicaio "rtlfla.I' 4 I ill Sbstm.Ik. 4 I III 5s..b.ef continued to add to their advantage No Ie
softball Ults last night' at Exposition Entry fees and 9 8 .600 Cincinnati 810 .444 I ISSIITIep..rf 41210 to romp to a 10-4 victoryover only than Ted Williams of the
were posted I Boston 9 6 600 New York 5 8 385PltUburth '. lT55)IATiCjjCTItIC
I $11..11. I 1 1 3 1 rlkeu.e 4 5 I I SEiurdscrrf \
Boston Red Sox
Park the league-leading Denmark drawings were made for the elimination -I II II SlllSt Loula 312.; ..200YSst51day's 4 I 1 I 4:1), liIlsn.p I .I 1 I 4 the Daytona Beach Islandersin predicted a
Sporting Goods nine Mewjlta I KsdUnm.p I I I I SKi.a.p) S S I I IluRulukJ the battle of the tail-enc1 great batting future for Kennedy -
Iw: defeat-I races at a meeting held I Cincinnati 11. New York 6. I' I I 4
ed the JayCees by the score here earlier this week. Westburysaid. Brooklyn 7. St Louis 6. 11511' here last night. I when both were plying
In the slow-moving nightcap Chicago 3, Philadelphia 2. __ ___r..lta The visitors bunched 17 hits off I their baseball talents In the
Boeton I. Pitiaburiti. 0 Cnlc bU. Totals 17 I II!TU: Totalt. all 4 U J? 14a
air "Some thatlong
Navy day
Stabelfeld while the locals corps.
Hardware edged out the .. Oamaa were IRON
Bumby "We want the people of Central TB ay a -i!nM! fur Bliss I. tth.k "
O'Brien Pharmacy softballers by Florida to know what successful Probable pitchers; (won and lost record -fan for Balakiny la fta. producing 11 off Cleary. ball will pay off for you
In parenthesis St. AniuiUna __ ___ a.. **a ajl- Ted told his service mate.
an 8-5;victory. short distance .racing is." he added St Louis at Brooklyn-Pollet (0-3) vsLombardl GalBMTtUt ._ ___ "t 1W Ml-4' PALATEs I DAYTONA 10.95
(1Cincinnati ak r kps.I ak kpsa It took a lot of patience on
trill AMCl -)
"and we promise a rrrnn: !KtUlotll, Plrkntt. AndrnoBi 2. Harbin.Otallafhaa r. I
snappy (0-2) Mraaalb 1 1 S a aRomaniaQunadalb | 3 6 I I
JAYCEES OINHAMKak at New Bens tsVoisella
| .
Rom bitted IB: Hoaa 2. HirbinKarpinikl manager Lyons' part however to
:: S I I a ftKrlbrerf| I' IS'
r hOISt SN 0515 program lots of excitement. (121.Chicase WilkM .. doel
WtMlowTh a I (1.2) Oomn 5 S S I Sl.poIe.2h' S 1 1 5 Innnnf.e bring Kennedy into his present poundS.
I I lIR. n.rf I' I I S Veterans of at Ftiladelphla-Wyss .. WeighS
Forei&1Wars GarBMiB T. ba hill: Thnrp. ABo> Stolesbum I
Wahaev d 1 aworrardja S I '1 W.C'l..D I I I I I Jurislch (00)Plttsbursh ,? S 1 111 aBnrrerrlf| 5. I I IPirtle.ef pay-off stride. Switched from 0b Ytter and quicker.
I WIlkes A.terlloert.
Irphart Tbnrp.
I UPMtorj t.I''"'I..I I a I T aa posts at OeOf'e'and Winter Gar- at Boston (nliht)- n'l ; < i 4 a S I PIZsder.Ib| ITaMoarf 1 1 I I the jObuc control. does
fkr.: Bovtr Oirdnrr Stout)It plan) : Otallalhaato
4 2 4 aXliliMM I I third base to right field last sea- beat
1 a I I '1 RWka. .Ib. 3 a a l den are sponsoring the rates I ler (1-1) n. Barrett (0.11.AMERICAN HarblB .. EalB: Urphart .. Burk. IB riiarll. I MrTartyth 4 a a a irillatJrirf; 4 : r : : I
Jeias.ssjbJSlsIlIsrk.r. 3,5.3XK.y.2b guesswork.
Judy to KrUilt.. Left on b.s.s: 1Aucu.tI.,* I. son. Kennedy concentrated so with
Britt promised adequate \apnlr.lb S 1 1 T l'ttIIi.Ih| 1 2 2 II aw&Y
1 I I I 1fljdacns. 3 ill *
1 LEAGUE nalBnTlllt It has BB ball: off*Gardner 4Oltlliihaa ; : hard the finer 1I
l I I t t 4 4 0 1 on learning points !
townn.ni Kbrppanl llu'o:.:
tBaem. I eH '
Lawton.rt 1 | 3 i 111 i ,
nreaiArmatrijcf seating and I '
parking facilities "
Team W L W L Pct.
1 Pct.lTaam I 4 Sirurk nut: by Gardmr 1 O Cal)- t'
4 I _
ClrarjrB 1 a IHMahrlfHd! S It I 4 c' '
., SISItBlani.jt; IISIS.Swi55jr p of fly-catching that his hitting ec' "': "
t-. would be available at the oval. I Chicago 10. .62S,New York 8 8 .500 lashaa t. Hill: off Olallaihan I I. a 1 X t.. laTrtrault I. S S I ;, ". : :
I I I S I I I I '
_JM Detroit 9 6 .600 WASH TON II .500 'inn. I runt; off: Ttrdner II I. t 2.3 1..1",.. -----1 suffered. .:.. -
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; .SIJSC55s \ Everett member of the committee Cleveland 7 6 .538 St. Louis liD 375 4 "'.... Winning pllrbrr. : C.nlnrr Lonteg pltcb. Titus 4114 IT ZT .M\ Totals 11.1111 Iishit went into train- -
.." 1...III.._ ...|_ .I I .1.S I 4 tl 1-1 said L. B. McLeod and Clyde Boston II. .529! Phlla Mctulta'phla S 10 ..333Ysitsydsy's .r: 0 r.llaihaB Biptrra. : luril and Clmock.TIBM for lit.....,,.Id I. ninth I Kennedy this with Spring the rookies I. Supreme Quality;
zm.rk __ I SSS-3 McKenney Orlando stockmen. I of lame: 2:20.A'inual Palatka ;vm 121 *!_1* ing season
Erron: Rae-a-. -UrKnutry- ..... katted ia: and Davis have' Boston Detroit 6 3.. St.New Loula York 5.Phi1adeIhta .2. DavIes IIln. 000 201-_ I and batterymen. veil ahead of .
Dancer Palatka. .. .
3.0s. BlaB B. Hanrall IX). 'tw. kaw hllBwnfford | : 3. Chicago 0. I rrrnrsepote: Zander 111111. Miller HtabrlMd the regulars. He eased. on his
.... up hlch
Da Run. battrd IB it. TnaraffS
Barwrll. Bttdanak SiBtra bsi .. narkrr.Potter been invited to serve as judges. :
Only lames scheduled<<: ). Grade .... : suing and began for the"slot" .
Hacrtfioa: : Lawt... UcCullum. Double Bill GaussProbable 1't111. Taldes J. Met arty n. fUlhrrFhilea shooting -LVJCij-OUOlil I Iquer.Drlv. .
Matthews. Klssimmee. will be Today ,
...... ...., X. Khrppard. TUB bane bits. Tonrorr Z.
H..sH. L-ft
lam: BB Dmmarl I instead of the fences. His
pitchers; (won and lost record .
: .. .
starter and Poem Thrre ba buy TaldN Meoea.Hotel
Baaa Sheriff Jim Black of : Ntpnlea
ID JayCr (IJ] ea baUafr
in parenthesis) : School Track Meet
Barker (t 1 Bacna [il. Struck But. ky Barker Orange County will be ,official New York at: Clnel.DeI-8hea (1.1) TS mn; .Khlln. Stolen .haira. : H.lbr.. Miller : head start in training plus a more
(Ie]. Wild pitches: Buss 11). : Feller (32)washiniton. I 11..11. 9arrlftcra: (Orarr Taldn Double plays; relaxed approach to both hitting .
timer. I Stile IB MlUn to Eandrr t Lm nn ba>eralatka :
at [)@lrolt-Hufner(0-2'or Set for and fielding spelled success almost 1
; I K -
Saturday l.yteaa: ( Bane en bails off (learn.
(8aeaa: pus) !
New om (0-2) Hutchlnson (3-1) 'a-
050110 SUNS! I. off .......,pld L .Struck. out by flrstr IIIn Immediately. __
Boston at Chicago-Ferris (1-1) TS Rlcne 51
501051S SOPO51S115r051.30 Racers To Hear ? (2-1) The annual grade school track Utahrlfrld X. Wild pitches;, RtahrlrXd.Fawrrt : In the right field spot. Ken- IICKUP.I
bulls Tnnmrr Hhrppard Imitleen: MoblryWlnatOB
I 1S I I4'.Wi..I.s 3 I I 5 IGoooIII. Philadelphia! at St Louis (night)Fowler SOCKET WRENCH.
.. 4ISlllArasi&ss.412$1. (1-2> vs Calehousa (1-2). I I meet. staged by the City Recrea- Bolla. Tima at game: S:14. nedy's powerful throwing arm Is 0.15For I
5MizkrrIllllSflrya.1,30 $1220A.MIk.1k Answer TodayCHICAGO tion Dept., is scheduled for 9 am 1---- a strong point in the pale hose CART 13.05
3 I I r 1 R.'tI.d I I 1 5 ILsdi.d
4 I I I .('r.'cIw.IL1' 4 I 1 I I I SOUTH ATLANTIC LEAGUE Saturday at the Orlando High They Haven't Learned Defense. Few base-runners try hauling dirt.: leaves, .
H....... ltlI2JWalIs.It. 21511 (AP) Team W L Pet.ITaam W L Pet. I i
Thirty-four to from first to third rubbish, fertilizer ashes
field Robinson sets!
: School athletic on E. scamper The "aristocrat" of
Columbus 15 7 682 Savannah 1011 478
"" .%11 I I I 3 3rsr..tulf I I S I I
racing car drivers today will learn I The Pressure Is On base ball hit into .tc. : 10-inch tires won't .
....cl..n I I I I I Lus'dd.rt I It. ICuPsIl.p Augusta 13. 619 Macon 814 .364 Ave. on a Kennedy's Big The thin sockets get In out-

1 I I 0 111'1.11 IL.'sss'd.S 3 I I 5 5 I I I II 1., whether their boycott against the ',JsekvUJs Columbia 12 12 a 9 ..471 600,Orrenvllla Charleston 814 714 .364 J33 I Events include 50-yard dash. CLEVELAND tAP) Business territory. cut up the laws. I of-the-way places. 14 pieces. 4toy. C

B.TUlltr 1. I I 1 IYSisi. 500-mile; Memorial Day"race will Yesterday Meaulta both boys and girls: broad Jump Manager Rudie Schaffer of the
| achieve a compromise with the I Jacksonville 12 Greenville I. high jump and pole vault for Cleveland Indians was lookingover Fights Last Night . ...
7"l l"tzl"
24 11.1 Total IT c Columbus 9. Columbia 3.
O'Bnra ___ _- ._ So* Ml a-tBinabi Indianapolis Motor Speedway Auiusta 14 Macon 9.- boys: stilt contest boys and girls; the crowd that poured into I BROOKLYN (API Irish Charlie Hayes child's B
__ ____ _-. IM .:1 t-I management or develop. "rump" I Charleston 1. Savannah 0. softball throws and crab races. forgirls. I the stadium Sunday for theTribe's Km. Detroit punched out a decision over
Errar: Malta. Bum bau"d : HaaMa. Calk session of the holiday speed Jerry Florello 162t1. Brooklyn In an B fjrttont
BtU k: flails X. AriMld. ..:. Two kit INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE: : game with Washingtonwhen l eight-round main evtot at the BroadwayArena GARDEN
kill: Lf.rr .......,. filIaL llulM buM: MBBMB classic. Team W L Pet.$ITaam W L Pet 'I Orla Vista. Fairvilla. Conway. he was approached by a 1 '
BrrtBtj Hvrlflr.. A. 1!letter, D-fcU play, : t. The American of Professional t SET E SUPREME
Society J Jeep City 115 688:Toronto 87 .533 I I Marks St. I
} Concord Princeton. who offered to sell him
W.lkBr .. taldw.U. IAn OB 1....: BuBiby I.Olirtas man a NEW YORK I 1AP Norman Rubio. 152.
.. Baa* ca oalla off lisa,.. I. Waii.ra. Automobile Racers will : Syracuse Montreal 6 7 I 4 S 600.583 Buffalo Baltimore 5 710 9 .357.412 Hillcrest.I Kaley Ave.. Delaney. "good $1 seat for $2." | Albany N. Y. and Henry Jordan 153'. ].98 I SPAItKrLlG '"
LuBcBford 4. Btnirk out br HanM 1. Wallw appear at Indianapolis before the .353' i Atlantic City. battled to a 10-round draw
6 11 Grand Ave.
Newark 8 7 .533 Rochester West Central and
4. LuBMtnrd .. HU b' plieS,.,: br "'alUr.. brMantro. Results Detectives arrested the man I In the Sunnyslda Garden boxing: maiD : *>
W1i4 pitrhM: WaHf X, HaMM X. WI. contest board of the American Automobile I Toronto 4 6 Yeaterday. Syracuse 4. I I Schools have filed entry for the Abraham Sacheroff. 49. and he 1 I event.MANCHESTER.N.H. Aluminum rust* H
Sing pltrkm; LaBrcford, talat pltrhar. : a...... Assn. which sanctions Montreal 4. Baltimore 0. meet. before proof handles.
pleaded guilty Municipal | .
(AP Ray Dul-
national motor In final ; 14 Rochester 0. I I fl
racing Jersey City Sturdier
t. a to malne 122: !-,. Worcester Mass, lamed an
Louis yesterday
I Judge
Newark at Buffalo, ppd... wet grounds.SOUTHERNASSOCIATION
Foxx Winds showdown over a demand for a I I II I I unanimous eiint-round decision over Felix thing
Up scalping tickets. He was fined $50 .-.
Increase I Thomas 127 of Manchester In the feature.I M 39Slutets
purse from $75000 to : Stymie PolynesianTo any ordlnary-
I I and costs. bout at the Recreation Center 'i
$150000 in the Memorial Team W L Pct.Tsass W L Pet. I 5 I
Playing CareerMIAMI Day N Orl'ns 19 4 .82 'Birm'ham 10 13 .43SChatt I A few minutes after this incident i Imcrtla
ELIZABETH Moore. 158. B start
They'll They'll your ear
feature. I '
(a 14 9 609 Lit Rock: 9 15 .375 Miss Dixie Run .
another eased to Newark eight round verdict
man up won an over
However. Wilbur Shaw presi- Mobile 12 11 .5:<2 Nashville 13 .350 I ..; really do a m quicker or your moneygardening
(API Denny Slnilfton 148'a Waterbury Conn >
Jimmy Foxx. one I Atlanta 1111 .500 Memphla 713 .350 I Schaffer and offered "a choice
of baseballs "greats" of a few dent of the motor speedway already -'I Yeatarday'a Reault BALTIMORE tAPJ Mrs. Ethel i In the elcnt-round feature of the season. | lack. Help says your
t seat for $5. The man was Hyman last Indoor flsht card at the Armory
years said has filled a 33-car field for I, Little Rock 4. Atlanta 1. D. Jacobs' Stymie and Mrs. P. A. job. battery.
yesterday he would
5 ago Memphis 7. Blrmincham :3, which Cohen. 45, and he pleaded innocent I
B. Widener's
wind up his playing career here the race with non-striking drivers Mobile 7. Chattanoota 2., I Polynesian : before Judge i

Thursday.Foxx. and yesterday displayed indiffer- New Orleans 5. Nashville 4 (10 Innlnis). ha dbeen expected to give King when arraigned I ,"..... .... .. .. "aany. BN.wJ
His set for .
Petrash. case
time In tGEsHOPPE .
Ranch Assault tough
ence towards the! settlement move a h
now manager of the St. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION I 15. FLOn I
Petersburg Saints of the ClassC by Pres. Ralph Hepburn and other Team W L Pet.'Team W L Pet I the $30.000-added Dixie Handi- May < -
Columbus 10 5 667ITolwlo 61 .4111 at Pimlico Friday dropped MEZZANINE ANGEIILT HOTEL : ; WonJtrMI .
drivers in the ASPAR. cap SALE!
Florida International I
League 96 I 600 St. Paul 810 .444Kan
Louisville I POST-UAB FORM .
may make, an appearance. beforethe City 7 5 504 India'polls 6 9 ...00Mllwauk.e from the picture yesterday. 1 ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS CORSAGES ) TirtstontCIJfTILES .._ '- -
Pa, Perm .
Saints conclude their current 6 6 I .500,Mm'eapnlll 5 9 .357 Trainer Hirsch Jacobs reportedto STATE COlLEGE. Special This Week: 'ELON .
Brown Maddox I
Cop Yesterday a Retulta I State back on a peacetime basic
series with the Miami Tourists on Milwaukee 4. Columbus 3. Racing Secretary Charles J. schedules in 17 Inter- SOc Roe Spray 35e Reg. 5.3?
that date. Ladies Weekly Play St .Paul 5. Indianapolis II McLennan that the race which maintains Nettle L. Reynolds Phone 16'1 IJLNE
,I Minneapolis 8. Louisville 0. collegiate sports. ;
in the
| Stymie ran Grey Lag SHAG
"Yes. I may take a wallop at rain I j
Mrs. C. B. Brown took the 18- Kansas City at Toledo ppd at Jamaica last Saturday
one before I step down Thurs- I I :
hole blind bogey event and Mrs. RUGS
FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE took too much out of him and
day. he said. "But I think It's I W L J'ct.T.am, Pet.
Alexander B. Maddox the nlneI ream W L
time to quit after 24 years." I : Havana 22 5 813 Miami B. 11 15 423 he wouldn't be ready for the kind A
In his first season I I hole honors in weekly women'splay Tampa II' 667 Ft. L'dale 11 III 407 of competition he'd meet in the FOR COOL SUMMER. I :1; 1.49501t. 4.10
managerof at Dubsdread Country Club Miami 14 11 .560 St. Pete 9 17 ..3411i ;:
the Saints. Foxx has appeared ,, yesterday. i W.PalmB. 12 IS .... Lakeland MoultsTampa 9 18 ..333Yestsrdays mile-and-three-sixteenths Dixie. i :: Ton can leave it up the year .

In the lineup several times. as Mrs. Harry Hughes turned In 9. Miami Beach 2. I COLLEGE: GOLF around weather can't Bug Is 24 J:U-1nch. Wash
pitcher catcher and pinch hitter. St. Oavidwn 11\'&. Furman 10.. INSTALL
Miami 5. Petersburg 1Pt "
I the 18-hole low gross honors. Lauderdale 18 Lakeland 1. I North Carotin It W.... Formt 1. affect It. Lasts just about like & breeze!
i while Mrs. T. P. Warlow Jr. had Havana 3. West Palm Beach 2. N. C. Stat I TV., Hi9h roint fVi.Mother's I' : forever! Wipes clean In s Reg I 1.59 f)0 .;
REPAIR 1 nine-hole low gross score. I '- minute J LID COVIU ,

ATTIC .,1 _ 'I._ _
COLLEGE FIL Two : m ,?;N --- I.) '"
REROOF BASEBALLProtbytcrian Rejects I ,:, .

REPAINT GtwBia 10. Auburn 4. Mtrar,. 1. Day Gifts 0Q" 5. ..- .- _.M.51 _

Dubs IJ. OavidMMIndiana I. I Player Proposals FAN I 7
Don'. 1. Butter 1. I ,
Modernize Now MKhiBan StAte 2. MichiBa* S. Presto Cookers OPEN CHARGE ACCOUNT
Delay Miami Ohio) 4, Purdu J. I MIAMI IAPJ Florida Interna- ''I .
M Months to Pay. Cincinnati J. U. Bf Louitvilla. 2. Home Pressure Canners I'' I
tional League teams yesterday rejected 24" to 48"We
Mam d ii-Sydney 5. Ban.)*l.h-Macon .
all details.
Se !
t>a: we arrange I N_",," It. Cnkin J. two proposals to add more S Gift Boxes Handle Leading I
a.% Interen No Mortgage Pyrex
North Carolina 4 W. .. Fort 4 lulled limited service and \
lad 12th. djrkiwtt). veteran play- I Coffee Makers National Known FIRESTONE STORES H. B. ALLEN
Wilson Leonard Oklahoma. 11. Oklahoma A. and M. !'. ers to their rosters. j ManufacturersPRICES .
COLLEGE TENNIS Judge Wayne Allen presidentof S Vacuum Cleaners N Orange at Concord Monument and Broadway
Nowbvrry I. Ertkira 3.P.Dytsvias Orlando FU. Phone 2 1171 .
Klisimmee Fla. Phone JIll -
I the class :
Hardware 7. M.,..r .. C circuit said a
Cincinnati 4. Miami Ohio) 0. telegraphic poll of the eight teams j Dinner Sets i : GREAT SOUTHERN
.. $84 to $198lnstaUation
4% W. Central Ph. %-%117Sn North Carolina.. Wayno DavtdMi S.Cornell 1.MtehiBan I failed to support a proposal Jo Cutlery SetsThermos : STORES FULLER & FERRAN

( Our Claiilfiecl Ads .. Ptnn Stat. 1. raise the number of teterans from [ extra] !
-C----- Wako Foroat S. N. C. Stat. 4. I' six to seven and reduce limited 5 Jugs .___ (92: V. Orange Are Magnolia and Bay SttOr .
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South Carolina 5. Furman 2. I
-- I service players from five to four. I Juicers IMMEDIATE DELIVERY ..,.,. I Undo. FU. Phone Z1U9 Emil*, 11&. Phone 3dPEGRAM'S

They also rejected a proposal

JACKSON'S SPORT SHOP I to reduce the number of rookie "If It's Hardware Se Us First" S FREE ESTIMATES NOW IN STOCK : SHELL TOM ELLIS STORE
players from four to three raise
I the number of Park and Fairbanks X Flint St
28 L Church St. "Stonewoir" Jock MB. OWNS rkont 7044( from five to limited men H. H. PARRISHHARDW Winter Park Fla. Phone 1C* Winter Cardea. Fla. Phone 290LISTEN
I six. and retain the i
DISCOUNT REPAIR SHOP 10% DISCOUNT six veterans now on the rosters. I

On All Wilson Standard I Each team now four AR'EI I
On All may carry
Por Blnd.l. Roda rookies five I ROBINSON AT BUMBY PHONE 2-2156 I : TO THE "OICE OF FIRESTO>E" E\'ERY MONDAY 'o"IGHTI '
: Sportlnr Goods and Reels Bicycles I limited service men 220 S. Orange Ave. l
and six veterans. J I J -


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Page 8 ,(rlanhn tamlng 6rnllnrl Wednesday, May 1, 1947

[ Delta Kappa Gamma

xi Elects New OfficersOfficers I

of Beta Chapter of ,
J Delta Kappa Gamma were elected I. !
t recently when the chapter met In rtk *

Club Daytona: Beach at the Palmetto I 1LA\ '"

They are as follows: Mrs. Essie j" suggests .

I Ii Dale president; Miss Dempsle I /
Brewster first vice president; I
i Mrs. May Bell Maxwell, second
e I k vice-president: Miss Audrey Pack. I

k ham. corresponding secretary: Glamour for Mother!
t .' : Miss Charlotte Smith recording ,
_:::7 ; secretary; Mrs. Cordia Swaverly. '
h. parliamentarian. '
:: r $ .
(4, k.L 4t 'i ti The Bear the ship which Byrd t .
I't took to the Antarctic on his first Gifts of glamour to flatter her. delightJ
i expedition.was first 'used by the w J
1 j ; to to the relief of ''"'
U. S. Navy
: go ..
.' :!!t the Greely Arctic: expedition In -trJ(... .( her heart on Mother's Day!
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WhistlingOyster Saint 3.25 My Alibi 1:60:
w'r1 r I x -- -- wi t Sinner 3.25 ',
OFFICERS OF THE ORLANDO WINTER Furey, president; Miss Helen Suck, record. Chi Chi __: 1.60 I

PARK BRANCH of the American Associationof ing secretary. Standing are Mrs. Richard S. ) WORTH CIRO \\1 1Je
University Women who were installed Rogers, treasurer; Mrs. Paul A. Vestal, second I
k Monday night at the final meeting of the vice-president; Miss Joanna Prentis, cor- > S\ 7 1 Reviens u 1.65 Reflections 1.75'
season are from left to right: seated, Mrs. W. responding secretary; and Mrs. Frank E. Imprudence 1.65 Doux

C. Stone, parliamentarian and historian; Mrs. Gardner, member-at-large. Mrs. Willard Requete 3.00 Jasmin 1.25

H. R. Torrance, first vice-president; Mrs. E. T. Wattles was installation officer. > Will be Closed Danger 1.65,
>' Surrender 1.75
recording secretary; Mrs.Kathleen : MATCHABELLI
Gandee. corresponding secretary; After This Week -4 1ry New ;,
Empress of Horizons 1.50
: Miss Emma B. Wilson treasurer;
Mrs. Eleanor Peery auditor. Mrs. India .._, 1.00 CHARBERTFabulous
s Eleanor Peery is retiring presi- Wonderful Sale Still On Ave Maria. 1.00 --
i in ) > dent. ', Duchess of _1.50
Announcement was made of the Closed Wednesday After. York 1.00 Breathless 1.50 .
annual convention of the State
Federation of BPWC to be held noon But Open All Day: SUZANNE VIGNY
in Tampa May 1618.
s Installation of officers will be Saturday. Secrets d. BeauSuzanne
next Monday at 7 p.m. at the 1.65 Catcher 1.50
) Chamber of Commerce Bldg.
6'S I
1. Intime 1 1.50

Montag's and Whiting's Mother's Day collection of lovelier. LANCOME LANVIN .

than-ever Elgin compactsi: !-in .sterling
Culr ____ 3 00 Scandal 225
silver, gold or silver plate.
/ GIFT Qul Sail My Sin 2J5

J)li. 7.50 to 20.00 Conquete 2.50Troplques F. MILLOT :.
., Mother's Day tax 3.00
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MRS. GLENN N. SIEGLE MRS. NAITH HEAD Fleches 3.00 Crepe deChine 125.

wed Friday. is married.BPWC Compacts' Street Floor plai tax -
0 Perfume Bar Street Floor

Two Couples Elects 59c to 4.00 .: .,.

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The Methodist'' Church of FoTk- meeting of the Business .
i .
stop Ga. was the scene of the and Professional Women's V .
double wedding ceremony Friday I Club of Orlando held Monday I I
when Mrs. Dorothy B. Wendorff night at the Chamber of Com- ,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William -
merce Bldg. was climaxed by the For something pretty and _
P. Beese of 1231 Virginia Dr. election of officers for 194748. .' r -... '
was married to Sgt. Nalth Head. They Include Mrs. Esther M. practical give Mother mono I .
USA of Cartersville Ga.. and Miss Phillips, president: Miss Charlotte grammed stationery Individually hers
Leona A. Lloyd daughter of Mr. \
. and Mrs. D. E. Lloyd of 2135 E. I.Mrs.Robinson Isabel first Marcus vice second- president vice-; as her signiturel Monogramming free. 4"Z !
Kaley Ave. became the bride of
president; Mrs. Dorothea Watson.
Pfc. Glenn N. Siegle. USA. of -'. ,
Winter Park son of Mrs. N. B. I 1 ltrU I.

Siegle.The Rev /W. B. Gilbert per- i Open Monday EveningsWARREN'S I; a )1idi :

formed the candlelight ceremony I LOVES ff f
in a setting of Spring flowers.
Mrs. Wendorff wore a shell '

pink matching crepe headdress afternoon dress and white with Winter Park Phone 68 Stationery Street Floor : t

acce orie3. Her corsage was of
white roses. a
Miss Lloyd was attired In a .'.
white crepe dress with matching f '. ::;:
accessories, and wore a corsage of
red roses. Presenting- &
After a wedding trip In the
State both couples will return to
, Orlando to reside.
. Both Sgt. Head and Pfc. Siegle
are now stationed at the Orlando :, Naked Genius"
Army Air Base having returned I ))- f .
recently from overseas service. :: h*
Mrs. Head has been employedas ,i .
a secretary at the OAAB for the "
past three years. Mrs. Siegle Is '
employed by the Yowell-Drew- ;: : I
Ivey Co. here. SANDLER
A reception will be held to honor By ,. f' I HAND-MADE
the two couples Sunday at 8 p.m. ..;, '. vF
In the main lounge of the NCO I
Club OMB. No formal Invita- ". t r .
tions for the affair are being : ., LINGERIE I
issued but all friends OF BOSTON
of the couples -
are Invited. w -,(,",: *. 4 S '. ''-* ,:a .
: ,
Birth Announcement : \
v i u jA. j
Mr and Mrs. Frank Pell of 611 .
J "
N. Thornton S$.. are announcing ;
the birth of a son. Fred James. .
Monday at the Orange Memorial
Hospital A. ,/ Beautiful Yolande lingerie
Aplclureo/ I' White buck sandal with broad exquisitely hand-made in soft,

the low heel and flattering strap. ,
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CltlbB1.eakfast [ Wednesday, May 7, 1947 (rianfct i&ornlng fcrttihtrl Page a
if 1.1Lfl 91 j
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SetThe I [ z 1x ing this week. Commissioners will
take these thto considerationwhen
Wednesday Music Club of! the zoning ordinance comes i DIAPER SERVICE

Orlando will hold its annual White: up for a vote, they :said. I, Fr Rn.reetien* tmmvdiat; D.liv ry
'; :
'I s J. K. Galloway, chairman of the PHONE 2-3357
Breakfast today at 12 p.m. at
w city's recreation committee, was' .
-ASoroaia House 108 Liberty St. in voted $350 from funds set up in
-observation of National Music WITH JEAN POTHERS the budget for recreation to put
Week. [Club Editor] I I an all-over recreation program
I I for Summer and Fall into operation '
It will honor Mrs. Theodore Annie Coleman Chapter = alJ
Thomas founder of the National Daughters of the Confederacy i r !tt I The commission will meet I
meet today at 3 pjn. with !.
Federation of Music Clubs, and R. Bogue 408 S .Rosalind I : Thursday night for an adjourned
Mrs. Florence Hudson founder and Mrs. J. H. Tucker as regular meeting. I
and honorary president of the ess A short board meeting I
Wednesday Music Club. It will been called for 2:45: p.m. I' t k MSijt Y w '
also commemorate the 50th anniversary 000Ladies t ;
FOUND'A Trailer we have been waiting
of the national organiza- Auxiliary of r'a t3r for and the Trailer you have been
tion which originated in ChicagoIn ; tookinr tortBuilt
Militant Canton No. 2 will v
Place to Have Tour right priced right
a covered dish supper at 6:30: i
Better than
Refrigerator Flied! anything we have seen
Special tribute will be payed to today at the Fraternal Bldg. Prompt-EfflC: Reasonable since the war.
all mothers escorted by their o o o I I : Dom Commercial n ft __..____ __ .SUst
daughters, in observation of Mothers' Annual Pre-Sehool Ace i! .. 4 f. GUS MIDDENS' 2J n. _.._____ _u m_ ._..Sl.lt5n !
Rrlriceration Service n. .S2.C9S:
Day. I for HiUcrest School will be
: Magnolia Avenue
Mrs. John C. Barber president, Stop in and look this Trailer over.
I today at 9 a.m. at the school i DOVT FUSS!
will preside at the speaker's table : All children planning to IS1I't.I W".a.. .. .. __ 44k__ PHONE cts FORE 7726 I YOUNGS' TRAILER SALES
o "
presenting as speakers Mrs. W. C. I ow I
I school in the Fall should be "Backed by 21 Yean Experience" I Orange Blossom Trail at Amelia
Brooker State president of the amined. 1 i THE UNVEILING OF A PLAQUE HONORINGTHE Leonard" : uncle I and' aunt of the late: :
Florida Federation of Music Clubs 1 I I
; I 000 LATE SUSAN HART DYER, who was Miss Dyer; Pres. Hamilton Holt; and Al-
Walter C.
of Rollins
College Conservatory Charmbury: and Dr. with Dames a benefit of Malta card will party i I for 13 years director of the Rollins College phonse Carlo, president of the Rollins Chapter DELUXE DRY CLEANINGTry

Kenneth R. Steady conductor of at 8 pjn. in their haUl 116 Conservatory of Music, took place Sunday of Pi Kappa Lambda, national music I II Our BERLOU Moth Proofing Guaranteed Alterations
the Orlando Civic Orchestra.RADIO Orange Ave. Those who i' in a program at the college in connectionwith : fraternity. A student recital and initiationof and Repairs-Water Proofing Expert Spotting and

::1 I National Music Week. The scene above I new Pi Kappa Lambda members were part Quality Finishing.

:1II II shows, from left to right, Comdr. and Mrs.at of the festivities.Winter I CITY CLEANERS I I IVANHOE LAUNDRY
39 W. Colonial Dr.-Ph. 7557 | 1630 N. Orange Ph. 5591
EST. 1905 9 6:30: pm. at Dubsdread Country -
PHONE taiga 010I K Club. Park

SEE OUR FIXTURE There will be a meeting of the
82 N. Orange TeL Mil ; Grand Ave. P-TA board
9:30: ajn. at the school. Telephone Winter Park 2-.-Hours 11-12 and ".5, Monday Through Friday
o o o fir
GAIL will hold its annual picnic Winter ParkBrevities Mayor Stresses I

tomorrow at 10 ajn.. at the homeof II
POPULAR c Mrs. Roy Pulsifer. There will i
be a demonstration of aluminum
COOPER'S MUSIC STORED trays and deep freeze. Street
> W. Church SL Ph. 4653: t 000 WINTER PARKNegotiationsare ProjectI

I Hotel Greeters Auxiliary will reported underway for a new I
have a dinner meeting tomorrowat super market and shoe store here, WINTER PARK-Main projectof

QUALITY TOYS DR. P. D. 6:30: at the Hotel Fort Gatlin. to be opened this Summer. the city this Summer, Mayor I II

Lt. Comdr. and Mrs. S. Roy B. R. Coleman told commissioners -
CHIROPRACTOR : Mr. and Mrs. John Cowell Fos- Beacham and daughters Martha I Monday night should be

I Complete gate of, 1551 Laurel Rd., Winter Ray and Dolly, have returned to j widening of Fairbanks Ave., now
X-ray ;i Park, are announcing the arrival St. Simons Island, Ga., after visit- i only 24 feet between Park Ave.
Cathcart St. Phone %-
of twin born
-. '.J e- ..... i and business meeting tomorrows 6, at the Oarnge% Memorial Tuesday Hos-May ing MaJ. and Mrs. Allen J. Gilbert. and ACL Railroad and less than .f
I pital. The sons have been named i; Mrs. Edith Barnwell of DallasIs that between the railroad and OrLando I- I

Joseph Scott and Jimmy Hunt-,' visiting Mrs. Maude Barron. Ave. _
Mrs. J. H. Winters who drove
ington Fosgate. )ir. and Mrs here from This is the main artery between c o
with Mrs. Barn-
1 Fosgate also have a daughter
1. S Marcia Alice, who is two and one- i well, will return soon. { Highway 17-92 and the center of
naif years old. Members of the high school i Winter Park, and between the'
I band who will be playing in the i [ > *
railroad and Killamey Kornerl
fe rna concert Thursday night at the : there is no :sidewalk. Coleman'
t1''p Babee-Tenda high school auditorium include: hopes to have this widening completed
Far De...... stntien; Lawrence Parker, Eppie Bower, i by Fall, and City Engr" T
and i.nm.duteD.hwry Rochelle Bower. Jean Creeden,
I Louis Coudert was Instructed tot p
Call After a P.M. Thomas Carter Cliff Price, Duard complete the engineering Immediately
Thames Gene Whitmore, Joe
and secure estimates.
Williamson Carol Atwell.
Didriaulw1S31 Proposed franchise wit.hthe a
Bunny Banks, Shirley Jacobs. M1x.E :
Hilkrcst Ave. Phene 2 1121 Florida Power Corp. giving
Evelyn Schrader,
Donald the city a lower electric rate, was $
Ashley. Bookhardt,
discussed, and carried at Its. first
ABCERSERVICE Richard Klassen Bob Roney, reading.
Ernest Veal Austin Wattles
Ordinance 438 passed first
Jackie Owen, Frances Parker upon
reading, calls for stricter fire- '
Betty Ann Rice Virginia Wire-
$ r New Accounts and Future baugh, Ralph Ammerman Thomas proofing of all buildings where 'I
k Reservations' Are Solicited Henkle Bill Henry. plays or other entertainments are

Telephone 2.1177 Jack Lang, James Moore, Neal presented.
ORLANDO WINTER PARK Beginning July 1, fire-fighting
Moseley, John Neal. Tommy
,pia: t r O'Steen, Bobby Strickland. equipment will not be sent outside 1
Charles Wellman Marilyn l city limits except at the requestof FLOWER MIST
Thames David Poster John another municipality to fight a j
,. Haines Alan Miller, Edward serious fire. City Mgr. Clifford J.
: McKibben said during 1945-46. j
: Owen. Stanley Parker, Harold i
Ward, Don James !i when local equipment was sent
Wiggins Ross. Blue Grass one of the world's great fragrancesin
miles limits without remuneration
Jane Ray Medlock Kathleen beyond -|

,tx Ward, June Williamson, Donald ., average cost per trip a delightfu. after-bath mist by
Bacon Henry Banks. James Bur- was $49.25.The |
Why kett Arthur Herbert Clarence commissioners consideredand
Hunter Leland Jacobs, Eddie deferred action on enforcingthe i
Overstreet. Donald Parker, John ordinance against punch- ; 4hq4dBcUse
b Wiggins, Leo Howell, Grace Lang, boards, or legalizing them and allowing .
I Loretta Strickland and Shirley them to continue to be''
Sweat it Prasek. sold, collecting a tax on each. | it lavishly to keep you flower-fresh
Ezra E. Jones and Ezra Jones Sending Police Chief Carl Buchanan i,
.. IJV Jr. arrived yesterday from Cin to the National Police : throughout the day.
cinnati to visit Mr. and Mrs. Earl Academy, Washington D. .C. was i
R. Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Ray discussed, but will be taken up
out thisSummer Frances. later. | BLUE GRASS FLOWER MIST s rt 1.85,3.25, 575

Money at Work a motion pic- i Ordinance 435, authorizing park-
ture on the New York Stock Exchange ing meters during the Winter, was
I was shown Monday at passed unanimously. At an early
Kiwanis. meeting the commission will con-
? I The club voted $100 toward sider types and makes of metersso
sending Winter Park's district they may be installed this
$ 43 champion baseball team to Lake- Summer. PIuI'i
() A QUAaf I land this week for the State 1 Several property owners were
championship tournament. Kiwanis i present with petitions or requestson
THE AMAZINGNEWSTYLE $4.9. I.D." No heat will observe Ladies Night zoning, but were asked to leave!
('........N) steaming I May 19. at the Winter Park Coun- their requests until the zoning j
try Club. commission has its special meet-
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hardest. t
Sales and Service o C washable colon and woolens!

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Poe 10 (rlanufl fHnrnhig fcrnttttrl Wednesday, May 7,1947 I Mrs. Axton E. Lawrence William R. Verlsan.
for Bl1d Bbout.e nJUlt7tMida I N. P. Pehrsson. F. E. Snell. V. E.:

Ford A. L. Sikkenga. J. B. Walker

I. Rollins Show Set TonightThe I t r F Couples WedIn Tea Hostess Lacy E. Johnson George Wright.

I r I Dewey Denson. J. J. Ray Elliott
Rollins Independent ShowIs Ideal world. There is an Alaskan Double WThThE() Mrs. Nelson Axton was hostessat Bryan Edward Rogers, Claude

ready for Itsand opening scene a tropical Island episode, a tea this past weekend when Hunter Lawrence Ivey.
and a European dramatization. she entertained at her homfe on
tnnlght at the Annie Russell There will be can-can dances, By KITTY HENRY, Society Editor I Westchester Ave.. Orwin Manor. Also the Mmes. C. T. OTtork
Theater, and "If The Show Fits" I original songs and compositions CeremonyIn Frederick Crowell Carl Barnes John Carow W'1I'
YESTERDAY AFTERNOON Mr. and Mrs. were j She was assisted by her mother
scheduled to be one of the and amusing and dever'skits. Clarke. Newell Clarke. Winsi "
I Is most successful of this group'sannual costumes have been carefully a double wedding ceremony hosts at an informal cocktail party at the Summer House of the Mrs. Montine Akin and the Mmes. Smith. J. I. Murdock. J. I, Mur-
I revues. I chosen by Chuck Howard and his recently at the Lockwood Bap- Amherst Apis to honor Mrs. James B. Dyer Jr., and Mrs. Joseph: W. E. Henry Theodore Kew and I dock Jr.. C. A. Armstrong Paul

I Barbara Lewis and Paula Shapiro staff. tist Church on the Cheney High- Moody, who celebrated their birthdays. Guests included members ; Fletcher Rush. I Foster A. G Graham. E. G. Akin
ro are the authors, producers and The show will be presented today way, Miss Charlene Partin. daughter of Mrs. Crowell's bridge club and their husbands. I Guests who included friends of Jr. J. Powell Tucker Hillard
directors of this depiction of an and Thursday at 8:1: $ pm. of Mr. and Mrs. Monroe,Par- 00 oMR. Mrs. Axton's who had been I Johnson Roy Kessler and C. P.
s thoughtful during her recent ill- Dickinson the Misses Ethel Otis,
their guests for the ;
tin of Union Park, became the DONALD
ness, were the Mmes. Elmer Stau- Bonnie Snell. Etta Mae Howard,
bride of Emitt Drinkwater of I weekend his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cheney gler, George Akin Ellen Kew, W. and Laura Bell Dickinson.
Just ArrivedASPHALT I and their son. John. Mr.
of Tallahassee, formerly of,Orlando
Large Shipments Ocoee, and Miss Florence Sweeney, I
hate returned from New
and Mrs. Walton McJordan and sons
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert I I Smyrna Beach where they spent the past week. Mr. and Mrs.

0 TILE-8 Different Colors Sweeney of Agra India, was married Tjn Cobb Jr. spent the weekend here and have returned to Talla-
ot Preston Partin son of Mr. Mrs. Grace Phillips John- J p Menu'ldeaT
Different Colors I hassee. Mrs. Carl Hall will accompany
o INLAID LINOUUM-7 and Mrs. Monroe Furtin.Prevatt son and her house guest, Mrs. George Stitzinger. when they leave I

All Types COUNTER-TOP METAL i .. # The Rev. Edward of Thursday by motor for New castle Pa. Mrs. Oliver B. Burroughs :
Jacksonville officiated. A
MRS. E. L STRICKLAND program and Miss Josie Davis have returned to Augusta. Ga., after a visit herewith '

CONGOLEUM-9' and 12' Armstrong's Quaker I becomes bride.Pille Miss Sara of music Lou Jones was rendered of Orlando by, Mrs. F. Earl DeLoe and Mrs. J. W. Fitzgerald. I'

pianist, and Miss Mary Louise 000
AMERICAN RUG AND LINOLEUM Cot Schultz, soloist. AND MRS. A. W. BARKLEY of Kissimmee entertained a group 1

863 North. Orange Are. Phone 2. CB8 Castle Attending Miss Sweeney and MR. friends Sunday en a boat trip In Lake Tohopekaligo aboard &dity
Partin were his brother and sister -
their cruiser, and the festivities included a picnic lunch on Makinson :
Lindburg Partin and Miss
Wedding Scene Delores Partin. and the latter was Island. Included in the group were Mr. and :'frs. Paul Brown and ,
attired in a blue gown of chiffon son. Edward of Kissimmee Mr. and Mrs. Willis E. Pierson and Mrs.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. J. over taffeta fashioned with a Roberta Truman of Orlando. Carol Fredenburg of this city has
A. Pittman in Pine Castle attrac- sweetheart neckline, short sleeves been chosen as a marshal at Mars College for the coming year. The
tively decorated with arrange |and fitted bodice, carrying a bou- marshals who serve at all public functions are chosen by the deans From the kitchensof
ments of white gladioli and fern I quet I of sweetpeas. and the registrar on the basis of scholarship campus citizenship and I
was the scene of the wedding Sun- Attending Miss Partin was her social graces. Miss Clara Wendel Mrs. Edwina Cooper and Miss !
day when their daughter, Alice sister Miss Wanda Lee Partin Dorothy Lane of the library staff at the Albertson Library, have returned I Blue Plate
became the bride of Ed-
Lucille who wore a pink chiffon over
from Miami, where they attended the State Librarian Assn. (
ward L. Strickland son of Mr. I
FOR DISHES> f taffeta gown similar to Miss De-
and Mrs. J. C. Strickland of Or- lores Partin's. and also carried I meetings. Miss Dcndel was on the program for the public library i i Foods

/GLASWARE\ a lando. sweetpeas. Edwin Barlow acted as section.
////m\\\\ Wf The Rev. Paul Hendley. minis- best man for Mr. Drinkwater. I 000 I
w ter of the Pine Castle Baptist The brides wore similar gownsof WILLIAM EADES 2d and young son William Eades 3d, are''
WALLS-WOODWORK Church performed the ceremonyin white chiffon over taffeta MRS. to visit with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Emerson, for
LINOLEUM the presence of a large group of fashioned along traditional lines I I f several weeks! They arrived this week from Washington D. C., I
friends and relatives of the cou" with fingertip veils held in place where Mr. Eades is a student at Georgetown University. Roberta

pIe. A program of nuptial music by halo caps of taffeta. They Berke and Lenora Conroy have moved to 413 Broadway St. Mr. .
was rendered by Mrs. W. D. Stone carried bouquets of Easter lilies.A ?z :
and Mrs. George Newhart have sold their home on W. Colonial Dr. '
soloist and Miss Martha Bow. reception was held at the
and have moved into an apartment on Summerlin St. Mr. and F L i s," __....
IT'S man pianist. church following the ceremony.Mr. lel
I Mrs. Stan Comstock with their house guest, Mrs. John H. Hageyof
| The bride wore a blue crepe and Mrs. Drinkwater left on I
KIND afternoon dress which featured A a trip to Dothan. Ala. and Mr. Chicago are spending several days on the East Coast. Mrs. Toast J.
TO YOUR high round neckline, cap sleeves and Mrs. Partin left for Tampa. William M. Lege leaves tomorrow to visit in South Florida Mrs. New Kind of Cinnamon
and drape-effect skirt. Her accessories Both couples will reside in Or-' W. Thomas Sanders plans to leave next week for a visit in Chatt- "fresh-rpasted"pea-
/ / HANDSAl were white and she wore lando. anooga. Tenn.. and Danville Va. Mr. and Mrs. Louis D. Greg ,. -with the nourishnut merit and Butter. ,
I a corsage of pink gladioli." have returned to Orlando from New Jersey, and are occupying their. flavor of Blue Plate Peanut smoother

I Whitehead Her attendant, chose a Miss pink Patricia crepe Col. Scott home on Lake Conway | \ Spread bread generously (with It spread new s, easily and
o o oMR.
SING deans faster and easier! It makes dishes and ,dress and wore white accessories I Blue Plate peanut of the jar.) For each I
and a corsage of blue asters. AND MRS.'R.' U. HALEY, of 1013 New Hampshire Ave., have smooth to the bottom
glassware sparkle, deans walls, woodwork and linoleum I Guest stays
Best man for the bridegroom Speaker"Youth been called to Knoxville. Tenn., by the serious illness of their
without rubbing or scrubbing! SING is always kind to I slice, mix:
was Thomas Watkins. daughter Barbara, who is a patient at the University of Tennessee 1 teaspoon sugarspoon I
your hands! '...rte I Following the ceremony a recep- i. of today are our great- I Hospital. Col. and Mrs. Lawrence S, Churchill who have been at : 1 cinnamonjSrSS
,tion was held at the home, where est asset, but if neglected may become and toast
the Angebilt Hotel for the season took possession of their home in Butter
It 1 : I 1 the bride's mother welcomed our greatest liability stated I Blue Plate Peanut
guests in a blue print afternoon Col. Robert L. Scott famous Fly- II I Lancaster Park this week. They will be at 1322 Shorewood Dr. until Sprinkle over Cool slightly before servin J
{dress, white accessories and a corsage -; Ing Tiger and author, :yesterday June, when they will leave Orlando to spend the Summer ?.t their I under brouer.L .
of pink gladioli. The bride- afternoon when he addressed a camp on the St. Lawrence River near the Canadian border. Mrs. .-40.---
groom's mother was attired in a.. large gathering at Sorosis on the i, H. E. Jenkins of 1706 Oakmont St, is recuperating from an operation. 118 ,
pink print afternoon dress, with subject "Youth Programs." 1 at the Florida Sanitarium. Miss Lillie Mae Lord is reported to be '1
(white accessories and a corsage Col. Scott, who Is especially well 'I doing nicely following surgery undergone at the Florida Sanitarium. ''

HOUSEHOLD OIta jot yellow rosebuds. The bride's known for" his novels, "God Is My I' Mrs. Paul Kessel and infant daughter have returned to their ,, New! Smoother-and stays d t u E

ca, IUt r sTaRaL Itable.I covered with a lace cloth. Co-Pilot. "Runaway To The home at 627 E. Concord Ave. from the Florida Sanitarium. smooth to the last spoonful. PLATE
Sun. and "Damned to Glory |
with three-tiered
was\ centered a
Having left' the hospital. Mrs. Forrest Powell and infant I
son are now
10asE dlrau FiMQ
; Wedding cake. was qualified to discuss youth pro- Richer peanut flavor tool
( at their home, 232 E. Orlando Ave. .
having out-
I The couple left on a wedding grams played an I
\trip to North Carolina after : standing part in the developmentof o o O.lIRS.

which they will reside on KurilAve. I Boy Scouts and other youth LELAND N. STEAD and Mrs. William P. Wood were joint -iass-
organizations in the country. He at a shower at the latter's home on E. LivingstonAve. Peanut Butler
I introduced by Mrs. E. J.
was recently when they entertained in honor of Mrs. Raymond C. ,p --
Aleks, chairman of the drama day Blue PlatePeanut
program.In Walters the former Barbara Breen of this city. With the recent k'
discussing youth programs bride were included the Mmes. Dorothy Peter George Daugherty I i

he said that the boys and girls of Joe Daniell, J. E. Mink Jack Billeter, V. L. Oblander, Ruth Echols, J.
today should be taught that "Am-I K. Walters. Cynthia Radcliffe: the Misses Eleanor Taylor, Nancy Butter

J : erica is the greatest place Hamilton Adelaide Corcoran Annette Edmunds, Betty Jane Spencer,

,. world" and that our way of life Ruth Hoy Ellen Swanson, Morna Dougherty. Nola Chappelt and
p is the finest. Education is the I Elsie Davis. Another shower was the one Friday night at which
only weapon we have to keep Mrs. James L. Saylors entertained to honor her son-in-law and 1SZX) BLUE PLATE MEANS FINE FLAVOR *,!'

peace and it should be employedto daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William Parrish. whose marriage was also a .
r the advantage of
our youth recent event. A large group of friends of the couple were present. I
who will be the next generation.
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Another point Col. Scott
stressed was that youth should

/ xrluctlltlrr n N b s not be influenced by those placing -
discredit upon our country. Instead -
they should help put a stop M. asS
to such criticism.In .
Nhtrftuprr t'l the education of youth Col.
Scott also recommended some q
1 SZ so type of health program to keep

the youth physically fit in case
of war. .

/ y % d/ //9// .. xElUCnlNrt ( R During the business meeting,
Mrs. Gaylord Jones and Mrs. L. +
H. Gedge were welcomed as new
Sorosis members.
High school seniors who will be
guests of the club for May,. were x q B b
introduced. They are Susanne
Wheeler Lorraine Larson Phyllis
Ryan and Jeanne Ryan. '
Reports on the Florida Federa- &
tion of Women's Clubs conventionheld \ 4 : ri; SM
in West Palm Beach were
made by Mrs. E. Harold Johnson,
president: Mrs. Robert J. Pleus.
president elect; and the Mmes.A. .
B. Whitman. M. G. Pierson,
and Charles Myers delegates.

,,, rr Art Ass". To Elect

New Officers May 10

The Orlando Art Assn.will hold
its last meeting of the season on
Saturday at 3 pm. at the Cham- so
ber of Commerce Bldg. with elec-
tion of officers as the main busi-
/6 p e ness feature.
efch fa The association entertained the
Florida ,Federation of Art Board f fr
members with a luncheon at the
NIEraIIENCT'tun Chamber of Commerce Bldg. dur-
'. ing the weekend. Miss Margaret III .p h .
twetyael t Piper president of the OrlandoArt r J'f
Assn.. welcomed guests and ; f/
i introduced past presidents. 11//4"
Among the guests present were J'
Hollis Holbrook of Gainesville III I
president of the Florida Federa- } ,
tion of Art: E. R. Hunter, exhibition ; .. t
chairman. of FFA; Miss A" 'e .r.ii '
Edith Fairfax Davenport ".
..,-' Ralph i F
;. McKelvey. Guest speaker was .".., .
f. Hugh McKean of Winter Park.

< His subject was Definition of Art. /, ,;/..-
Following the meeting guests 1H
were taken to the Research Studioin
: Maitland the Morse Gallery of

Art at Rollins, and the Center
Street Gallery in Winter Park.
)ifs h 111 The most exquisitely beautiful / .V" \,.

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collection of ladW 21.jeel watches

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('\ created See HER EXCEllENCY'Pf / '

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New Skin Tightenerdoes
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a gift can nardly encompaJl"all your lore and
Snn! >rL.' DnltrhM! Awaits nur Tint trill' of I "
It not only tires more youthful spp>r nct devotion. But a Loz of Norris Candle can kelp
by temporarily irmint. tic btt nine wit skuisurfar L "
but likewise tends to clot op premature IN .!
f.* lines and wrinkle snbdu'ni You see, Norris Exquisite Candies are more
their prominence! The effect: of this skin E X QUI SIT EX

... dries surfacetlcbteninc smoothly/ and to erenly.thrilling fanning! This aa cream txeelleot titan just a gift. They're a fitting complimentto J i
tqf.0 powder bale, and makes soft skin ,CAN DIES
surfaro .( face and Beck: took and fed the of die finest
s rouinfullr Iirmerl! good taste person on eartn.f .

119 S. Orange Ave. Saxolite Astringent Cream

told' at C ameti Counters Cvorywhor

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, 7 1947 "'-- rttnb! ffiirntng &rnttnr1 Page 11 iu.vs.5 N .......- r..Al I '
Wednesday May -- I II
Billie's Drive Inn
1 I- Western Mayor I r.1 r
r"% ICEIITRAL IA 1800 Kuhl Are. 'I c...,.. ttttt++ s.4!

I Winners of Poster 9RIDASu..j I Damage Suit Vtt2 I : :
Contest Announced I \f iEiIt.u.4 Fjgj: _
1.0 Pictured 4 Creek letter Ci AQttS _
Three art students at the or-I p) fo1J Trial O'pensToday mayor of San S Repog A 7:30 p.m.to 12 Or.ealP Imi. _________

ange County Vocational School Francisco 6 Boys t pFr.rt AT0II 'You are Invited to attend. Lfl..u
under H. Bernard Robinson InAtruetor Russell KayThe 12 Signify. 7 War god F44l Last Times Today

were announced yester- Interstices 8 Footlike part QMAA IC .
"d as winners In the poster con "fiaphefi IS Era 9 Interjection -- 'THE VERDICT"t
St _ii _ _
test held In connection with Senior largest clipping ever sent A seven year old girl Betty Whigpers 10 Refer

Day at Dickson to Ives Satur- out by the Florida Press Clipping HANLEY POGUE Jean Padgett Is listed as one of IS Cover 11 Girl 32 Twelve French LFIF11 "RLAUTY"1ffllBumH

day.Winners Service was 60 pages of advertising Br the plaintiffs In a. damage suit Appendage, Noted time (comb Conn) marshal
of the awards were: which cost the client only THE QUESTION which will reopen the civil term 21 Throw 14 Paradises 2' Ran wild Males
First. Betty Stephenson; second five cents. Russell Kay secretary. Do you believe gambling in Impolite 17 Butterfly. 35 Mistreat Tomorrow
of the Circuit here
Mary Lre Johnston: and third. I of the Florida Press Assn. and the State of Florida should be today 23 Senior 20 Missives 36 Run away and 11 Letter 0 r' i
Lorene Black edItor of the Florida Newspaper left up to the citizens of the before Judge Frank A. Smith. 25 Burdened 22 Weapons wed Creek

Robinson said the winning: post- News. told the Advertising Club counties as has been suggested The child with her father Alfred 26 Demise 24 Swiss river 40 Vegetable I' abet'l' I,

era would be displayed at Dickson j.here yesterday. by GOT. Millard Caldwell? A. Padgett have brought suit 27 Uncloses 25 Galloped 41! Finishes 30 101 (Roman) _

& Ives on Senior Day. "We lost money on that clipping THE ANSWERS against Frederick A. Thompsonfor 28 Preposition 30 Excrescence 42 Dimmuti\e 32 Comparative _
." he said. "as the postage damages totalling 35000. as 29 Mixed type 31 Distasteful suffix iiflix
alone cost us 40 cents." T. S. Lloyd service station oper- I a result of an automobile acci- -
Relieves 30 None god Diseim1.ali
j- ; r : _
Promptly +
1 -t 0' Where /
four readers Sanford P.GO/
The agency has ator. : dent on W. Washington St., on 33 Weird -

around 300 clIents. plus 22 other I,i "I think that gambling should Oct. 3, 1945. Clark Jennings attorney J7 Worship 5r - .,
:Skin Rash! clipping bureaus who take his be legalized by the State and the for the plaintiffs said the 38 Train Sm

Itchy service. with a total of about 4.- I revenue from the ''I girl would make an appearance In : 39 Frees 'Tfl- ,II''; .T )
said. tax or license go but that it doubtfulshe I--
Here's a Doctor's antiseptic formula 000 subjects covered. Kay court was 40 Meat r7J, I
around 200 to the Counties. would be used as a witness. "5r- 1r
-Zemo- stainless luniid which The service covers I 44 Unaccompanied ,/# :: COCKTAIL LOUNGE X
It's dlscrlxnlna.4 ;
89 a The accident occurred when the
ixiiribU 47 dailies and
on the yet so weekly papers. -
sppears tion when gamibling child was lined up on Washington Li.-- OM Ortando-tajifort) Mfoay b.twoon Maitlantf-and Arum****-Tt. W. P. tlTVHCUt
highly: medicated that first applica- : -
fcons reline ItehiBL bwmnr of all published In Florida is permit- i I St. to wait for a school bus. During 46 Adviser ;- - ,. :; - -
Skin Ra&hso,Eczema.Athlete's Foot according to Kay. I ted to operate in I II |I the wait Betty Jean asked permission 48 Ram 1"" I VISIT

and similar skin and scalp irritations "Many firms subscribe to the one. county and 'I of the attendant in charge 49 He hopes to tr. 11
due to external cause. Zemo' is clipping service looking for business I not In another. J e of the group to cross the street f I FERN TROPICAL GARDENS
in removing
backed by an amazing record of leads." he said. t I County officials ,and get a drink of water. There the \ )) "It.- -"
success! First tnalxyi Balaf Kay also described his experiences should supervise $ was no automobile in sight at the CHICKEN-STEAK-SHRIMP DINNERS
convince*,la 3 size*, f rW IIMICROMET as a. copy writer for an advertising the operation of .JIJL., time but before the street was from cable his car i----- GARDEN PARTIES PRIVATE PARTIES
I the games of <<<". >i< crossed she was hit and struck
firm. The firm had three .
of clients which impressed chance. People Lloyd I down suffering several broken 31 Dairy product l' ?:;t .o ., 2' 1 ".;' ; oj.. PHONE 927 CURB SERVICE s. KCIIt AYE.
types are determined to gamble when 33 Holy peiM! >ns L., { ;".
bones and a severe gash on her -
him deeply he said. They were .
: I 4b oj1 4.
I'"word Jugglers" who changed copy they take a notion. and laws head. Jennings said.: Throng 'IS'l' ,

---a= all around. persons who were un- against" It just force it under Listed as attorneys for Thomp VERTICAL1: 1'\t; - )1- z:

happy unless they could find errors cover. son the defendant are Maguire I Entertain
in copy and the "nutty"' type Voorhis and Wells. ZNewVoik ..

who would Insist on running pictures II. M. McLearn. restaurant oper- COURT HOUSE RECORDS lake ,
up-side-down to attract at- ator. Longwood: Marriat Application
tention. "1 believe that It'the people John Dlllmrd Lathlty. II. citrus. Winter TONIGHT ,7
Garden and Just Un/.ry It. Winter Oar- F
want to gamble they should be
INVESTIGATE BEFORE YOU BUY! permitted to do I den.John Roward D ,npst r. 75. retired and ; Church Conference
and Blanch Hayoes RokiU. 45. bookkeeper, I Best Trailer Shop "THE GIRL OF THE LIMBERLOST"
so. a county "UU' ..auke*. :
option system William Randolph Cooper. 27. Arm,. Rt. Opens Saturday
where the people I 1. Box 820.: and France" Crump. Row. 31. Quarterly conference of the Awnings Ready To Go Ruth Nelson Donna Clifton
bookkeeper. Rt 1. Box 820.In.t.um.et. : "HALF HOUR CARTOONS'
were allowed to Fill* I Church of Jesus Christ of Latter
2225 W. WashingtonDial
0 Clears Rusly Waler I HOLe u P. U Starbird Jr. et at order First Show T.1S Complete Show From U.J
,; I:; vote on the question -, to dlamlu.I Day Saints [Mormon] will openS 6894
seems to me I National Life and Accident Ini. Co. at 7:30: pjn. Saturday in the corner -:
At nt to be in keeping to Ulah B. Ban-inter M YIr tel nuiVlriU I Chapel at Concord Ave. and I II [On Winter Garden Road

Controls CorrosionS A HOME.TOWN TRANSACTION I with our form of Mann. Sanford*d S10 DUlard tt ux to T. Leonard I Trenton St., continuing through I
government I' Ruhr Hoover to viral 8. Dlllard et us I Sunday. CLUB CABANACentral
k ,--Minors should bet part ret jntir.Vlrill The Mutual Assn ,
WELLS DRILLEDAn"Whf'rf t Bauford Dillard et us to T. Uan- I I WASHING MACHINE
/ barred from all ard Mono .d tlu will present a progiatn of music I Florida's Newest and ClubS
Prevents Scale$166O ,In J .. :places where et T.ux Leonard Uaun to Ualon O Wright and drama at the opening meetIng If your ..KFI'AIKING hl., marbloe needs re- Largest Night

McLrarn gambling Is per- > d.t.lln"ln et ax to William C : with other sessions scheduledfor fair Just drop .* a card or pnon* MII.F.S NORTH OF ORLANDO CITY LIMITS [U. S. 441]
FLORIDAANY mitted. County or State If'gal1zation Uurell et nx td 110 10 am.. 2 p.m. and 6:30: p.m.I I .
Fred II Merwin et US to Edward B. Pick-up and delivery service within
of the games of chance would Jaunts et ux wd S10I Sunday. a radIus of 73 miles of Orlando. STEAKS CHICKEN SHRIMP
eliminate the graft that is always red H. alervin. et nx to Henry W. Elder Heber Meeks president of
connected with the illegal gamblIng Park Cem Co to Ashley D. Kemp. the Southern /bUtes Mission will 2-197S 121J Edf ewaler Dr.
ANY DEPTH operations." .t al tern deed 110. speak at the afternoon and night
William U Henrj to T. Leonard Mann sessions Sunday. I
wd tlOJoe .
\ ,FOR HOME- Mrs. Norman McCauley, seamstress I 8. Burck to T. Leonard Mann wd NO COVER EXCEPT SATURDAY. CLOSED SUNDAY

: Easy to Install RANCHOR Winter Park: 110 Arthur Maxwell Dlrkenon M vx to Gen. L. A. WaltonTo TERMITE CONTROL NO CABARET TAX GUESTS LEAVING BEFORE 9 P.M.
I "I am not in favor of gambling Fir Nat Bank W Garden ml* 12000
GROVEWe Fir Nat Bank W Garden to Frank Be HonoredBrig. I
being legalized. It offers too much Saunders I"' M TEARS OF DEPENDABILITY _
Economical To Use Guarantee temptation to the Fir Nat Bank W Garden to Frank Gen. L. A. Walton. Com CAlL. PHONE OR WRITE
Sauodrn 1m.
youngsters of the ., .. W. O PerclTtl tt ux to R. H. Johnson manding General. 14th Air Force
Water or NlPal community to be tt ux am. will be presented an honorary life H.L.COXllS i
R. H. Johnton tt ux to Central Lift FLAMINGO CLUBS
: NOW IN STOCK led Into bad hab- y' Inn Co mtt (4000 membership in the William Ter- IRMA ST.
lts.andldonotbelieve z., John Ammann tt al to C. W. Humphreyet hune Chapter. Air Reserve Assn.. I

We will glady It would t1 C.ux W.wd Humphrey*10. .t ux to Arthur L. at a cocktail hour at the Orlando S
benefit anybody, KlRD et ui nIl $1500 Army Air Base Officers' Club at I
give you "''' Okdeo Reeves tt ux to Beth P. McDonald RADIO SERVICE
to permit open ,'' wd $10.Geuri. 7:30 p.m. Saturday.The ; JAY MILLER AND HIS ORCHESTRAS

A D21J FREEEstimates gambling games. King et nx to Ross Krlck San- local chapter will entertAin HOME MOTOROLA AUTO FROM S TO Z
The State and I dell *d $10.George S
Walton members
and of his
officers J. Wllllama tt ux to Allct C. Exoert record changer cenrlc worklun.nleed NO COVER: OK MINIMUM CHARGE
FARfl1&HWfflACHIflER Johnson ..d 10. staff. Pickup and Deliver i
should enforce Fir Fed Sac and Loan Assn to R. W I -
= 36 Months the laws they _.. Lord et ux am. Economy Auto Supply Store DINNER SERVED FROM 6 PJH. to Z A.M.
R. W. Lord et ux to Fir Fed Bar and
c.oLmnao.cLo have sworn to McCauley Loan Aun mtt (9000 (35 8. Oraate A.... Pho. (441 TRY OCR NEW CHEF DIRECT FROM CUBA
_ _ to Pay uphold and the Governor shouldsee I A.Vn R. Johnson et ux to Burna A. 'zntiiit1=itat CHICKEN. AND STEAK DINNERS OUR SPECIALTY
.. Siewar et ux wd 10. :
that It Is done. I believe that Burn A. Stewart et ux to Traveierg Ins PHONE 5910 CLOSE ON

lila LIBBY & FREEMAN halted all Illegal gambling" should be Co Dick mtg Holland(440095.et ux to Donald 8. Allen MOVES MERCHANDISE JOYCE'S DRIVE'uCblrkeo FOR RESERVATIONS SUNDAYS

-' at once, I et ux WC (10 _. .
711 W. Church St. Tel. 9869 Am Firs and Ca Co to Jullu C. Harper -
430 West Robinson Ave March 43.8ZOHUbtit
d (t ux 1m.Rarmond Average -Oytlers-Shrimp--
Pine Mrs.Castle\\'. :D. Stone secretary. tt Cowherd UI wd (10 et ux to Henry 8.Duttveller r circniaUoi im Our Hitlory- All Beet Hamburgers I I 1 HR.-IN ONE HOUR YOU CAN GO TO-1 HR.'NOON .

W. a. Carter It ux to W. Park Fed laad.lehu-Sol' Drink
-I think the laws of the State THE DUCK INN
THINKING ABOUT BUILDING? Sv and Loan Ann mtt (12OO.Faoni Highway 17-12 MAITLAND

CONTACT VS should be enforced. They have St 111 1m. Salmons Gllet to W. 8. CarterRalph The Orlando Auto School Open Daily (.......1 a.m.; Sunday 12.12RESSER'S TO Eat a Delicious Meal
Hornet Bunt at a Pr!(. to sa.. you mOD.". placed on S. Archibald tt UT to Donald 'I
I to 3-B droom Home. $7.000' up. statute books J. Price tt al wd 10. 1221 N. Orange Ave. 6 P.M. and Return to Your
I Week Will Complete Your Horn rJ.been people or Donald J. Price et al to Ellen )l. UeKerhney Business
Mao Remodellnr et al (12000Russell "LEARN TO DRIVE" I 1f
Phone : representa- 8 I1.! tt al io Ellen U. UeZllea -
15$ Brass!. BUILDERS INC. I : Lessons 'V 'VJI
Drive LEWIS I \ S uvea. BUU etiuuiu 1"' 6 M."McKecheny to W Park Fed by Appointment Only I :
'- ; not be ignored Sac and Loan AsciI mtg 8000. Call 2-4879 WJ2
by any of the law Charles B. Ktida tt ux to Edward P. I, RESTAURANT

I.'. enforcementagencies. Kasda Fir Fed mtg Su 12000 and Loan Asm to Walter. Meats Poultry. Cold Cuts Soar
REPAIRINGNS Open C. Schnell et ux gm COLUMBUS SHOW CASES Cream. Cheeses. Mayonnaise.Pampernickel. Gary 39'7C S.
Rye. and KolltII I !: DUCK IN 4
\ Jack Steven to William P. Schultz claimof --- Blossom '
R ,, gambling should lIen.John. Starlin's Oranreyi
REPLACEMENTS ADDITIONS not be permitted A. Jeffcoat tt ux to O. Raymond w We "I''eb.. same delicious foods from noon :;
1- Quality Materials A Workmanship \anywhere In the Kllars tt al wd 10.. Slade-Booth Show Case Co. --- you let during the evening.
',. I \ t Pearl C. Hartley et Tlr to T. I.: Heldt
DRY CYPRESS ON HANDC State. The laws Wd 10. flrit I. fixtures" I FrenchJUMRO L25
E. HUDSON Stone are made to pro Bass Louis et C.ux Herring mIl (12SO et ux to Walter C. 11C Reed Alley Between RAPETTIFOR SHRIMP S1

t-4487 1133 W. Church St. tect the people who cannot protect Arthur C. BiueU et nx 10 to Citizens W. Pin and W. Church Tel. I-M71
themselves and should be en- National Bank mote 5000.
GENERAL CONTRACTORPhone Stevens Floor Surfacing Co to C. 1:. SPAGHETTIServed
forced by all of the police organi-
Parker et ux claim ef Hen S to S P.M.-cloaed Monday
zations." Mutual Lift Ins Co to N. W. Scott Jr. FROM

.. SHOP IN COLLEGE ,PARKORLANDO'S + .t Sarah al am.Wood Kelly to Ernest C. Hill ttux Foundation to Chimney Top Oran Hal.*e ByiM Memorial Tk M.Ho. >...n.ital...

Jaek Peoples, drug clerk Kls- wd (10.Disabled. Concrete Brick Block at. 17.92 Winter Park

TRADING CENTER "1 think that It would be a good ; Vets To ALLARDICE CO., INC.

move to have the gambling at the Masonry Contractori and Builders WANTED -
Install Officers
people of the Installation of officers will be
1201 EDGKWATM: : : DKTVX ORLANDO, FLORIDA counties. The held by the Central Florida Chapter HAVE CAR

people could vote : 16. Disabled American Veterans 1 CALL IN PERSON AT 953
on the Issue and today at 8 p.m. at the Legion rtU1'deptiu ORANGE AVE.. WINTER ARK
Ifitwasdisapproved. Home. From 8 to 8 JO AM & 430 to 5.30 PM

ATTENTION then it Officers to be Installed by W. I. CHECKS CASHED FASTER Flcrido Applionce & Supply Co,.

would be up to Doty. State Junior vice commander. -S et',...Cwk.*Tiller .... I Wil**.l formerly Home Insulation Co.
the sheriffs to *: and State executive commit-S Something New Try It!

KLEENIZE COMPANYHas I see that the /. teeman. Include: N. J. Barnes, Tell U. What You Think *f It! j OUR SPRING FESTIVAL OF HITS
I practice: W&5' Orlando. commander; J. A. Barclay S THE. FIHST NATiONAL BANK AT ILANPFImImot CELEBRATING
stopped. It is un- Winter Park senior vice iI..r b.p..tt 5mo..emoe CefiLiieDr.
Moved to a New Location at I fair for some 'tf" commander; W. D. Morgan. Orlando I

counties to perPeoples junior vice commander; FRED Palmer'sii''iiiiiti :
1404 SOUTH DIVISION STREETYour I mit gambling and others to enforce .N. W. Wickham. Orlando. chaplain -

the law. County option ; T. C. Sanders. Ocoee. sereeantatarms :
the fairest method of all F. J. Talbert. Or.
seems ;
rugs and furniture upholstery expertly cleaned by ikllled F' ,.
LIGHTENS dark SKIN Op. 12:45
to determine the question. lando. officer of the day; I. G. I '
factory: trained workmen. Berlou guaranteed mothproofing 9titU
Shier Orlando adjutant: tnc I Loosens BLACKHEADS _
fast service: on all work.
ATTENDING MEETINGDr. Sam E. Murrell Orlando judg
Because of the telephone strike we have been unable to have J. Powell Tucker. First Baptist advocate. W'+ iV1II.Ll'I4.-Wi I S
our telephone moved to our new location. Church nastor. Is in St. Louis- OA1iJOD .f S Ruthless c.tts.ddvera! <*4 Mttbn M

this wrekitendiIizamee ng of 1 I ATHLETES FOOT ITCH .t ::d:1:: / conflict! Tkt tttry cTMtntteO Fight. ,Jm' \\,
Please Call 2-43181Temporary[ Phone] the Southern Baptist Convention. I I :
He Is a trustee of Southern Bap ON WATCH CRYSTALS NOT HARD TO KILL 1 ''e ..I .. M5 "lat"t M.stwsoaL

OFORUNDO I tist Theological Seminary Louis Expert Watch Repairing IN ONE HOUR, A1ILD[ : s.d St. .m | tf Wtifl '
ville. Ky.. and a member of theconventlon's
KLEENIZE I BLOCK'S If not pleased your 35c back at an]r tovbut iv.!
committee boards. (
on drug ,atore. TE-OU a STRONG fungicide .1
The Rev. Forbes Puller professor JEWELRY contain 90% alcohol.' IT FEME; I 7-JjffolesQlle" : :
of sociology at Stetson University 18 West Church Street i TRATES. Reaches MORE germs U
KILlS the itch.
will fill the First Baptist _ _ _ I Today at MtEIroy-a Pharmacy
e Church pulpit Sunday In his



01 LOU MW tot rHr DAMAGI 1:31 P.M. to U P.M. \IROOK3 LLOYD ,a \ 2:
B rloti Mothiorty b Gu.r..eed.'tift. KNOWITOVS LAKESIDE ORCHESTRA
WAX/ od *V4 MUts Sooth el Orlando o. OW DtxJo Highway .:.' .
r.cr'l, .: ScOff
lot the ........ i .
.41* will IIfOtcct a :
IIIIt'--'Iy 90f' 1 low.Iiv. ye.-oaJ 8c. -. sd.u eItidw ams S. 7: I Robert MH.nrttlibbf) $ JEFF1Y 1i )..

t Buv M" su.rmMmmd .es5.,.., .... I- ,*a I Open 12 tj "' BAYES ? 7f
OUt,umen.drvN Nod__mn.t.idI. q'i
LINXnlCWAX: ., IMIIICI.. ,. mmd thy dl_ CM piu..m -. Salesman Wanted f NOW SHOWING \ ... .. .. .. -
,% CloIhU,. ,..... .bImt5. a.. .4....... I ... .
.; No womo. vii sole Ernie I

Ifoct. horn ccideots are caused by BERLOU GUAIAHlnD I ; lertAl.5Js'oe i:1t.: -

'h" LlS'1810 falb. LJo-x, the ANTI-SUP wax. - MOTHSP8AY Experienced salesman with car wanted a : : rOpie .
I S OjloCli :4
bean the Hal of the Underwriter for protected- territory to sell General S IZ..S t.II TeenS Teer., :

W Laboratoricc, lac. as an anti4litets '" EN Electric commercial domestic a LAST DAY Thot Brennan Girl' I
..". floor '&t.-t.: .:: ...: and appliances. .

:Lin..z' easy to .ppJy-ilU to WILL YOU'E SUED? Salary, commission and b onus. / 1 A liII, Crosby 'ShOf A.

_ dry! It beautifies and protect your I 'BLUE SKIES' : Woman' '

linoleum and wood floor See as forComprehensive References required. :._ _.:_ _ TOM KEIL UK.MWrnnnnin .: I III TecdaKolor! I
sonal 1 YIIUT ftti Aittirg

Liability L = PthS Tomorrow limON
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Britt's ) "Lan SOLD AT DRUG $10,000 for $10. 1 q f I tftt'rt of
In _
1 $50,000 for $$13.5 :Z:.. !

pAINT>> ,VARIETY, AND DEPARTMENT STORES I, 'I...... "r ,1UI Francliised General Electric Dealer ..::.S... Tb. h"I I S The Corn" 'fyfnC Cstori

THE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS co. I Hall Bros. Y Orlando Winter Park ..'; .,_, .. ,.... H._
43S N. ORANGEPhone Agel SSC N. Orange Ate SSC Park ATC. "

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fflrtaiiia floriHito :gfirtlnri Wednesday, May.7,1947 nOlllDA(APe PUtTS I II I Her death occurred at Orange Memorial hear of his passing. He wu a

1 : f Mr. Barber Dies Hospital following a heart member of the First Methodist
,..,...n ... ... .. ...'a.." .,... ..,.... .v,. D'- attack
suffered a few hours earlier I Church of Orlando.

Sanford Farmers' MarketThe ket Snap on Florida beans frulta bushels.vegetables Including :some at her home. Mr. Horn is survived by a son

Profit Cashing Daily Citrus Auctions I holdovers plentiful* poor to generally food I Her daughter Mrs. Walter Price, Tom Horn of Charleston. W. Va.

following prices reported by quality 125350.: strlncless Black Valentines was burned to death last Winter The body will be forwarded by
CHANGES poor to good quality 1.00-11.00. At KissimmeeKISSIMMEEMr.
Florida Std. ..." Tanrv the Dealers on the Sanford State .00-11 00. Florida Belles best 350-400.: in a home fire which also killed the Carey Hand Funeral Home to

St. Boies Wlrebd tad RICaIU.. 4/s Ru Farmers' Market for produce sold poor to fair quality 1.25-3.00. bountiful Mr. Price. I Philipsburg. Pa.. for services and
..." to Truckers and Dealers to few holdovers 150-2: 00. wax best S.00.
'lowers up Mrs. Shatswell survived by her the interment. *
poorer qcUty 2 50-4 00. very poor low as
CITY Market term Can A. Can Av Cart Av Cars IICan Av
Stocks 12:01 1947. William Jefferson -
ties York: City (Irregular) ____ 1 335 22 3 84 7 403 IS 518 : am. May 7. 100.Lima husband Dr. Harry K. ShatsweU "
Philadelphia (unchanged) ___ 4 3 44 1.4 SO 3 S 60 Beans Snap bu hpr m' ..$2.25-2.75 beans bushels showing decay few Barber. 82. died here Tuesday I and a sister Miss Ann Gushing II MRS. 1\rARY"\\"RIGIIT ....,[\

Boston Irregular) n____. _- 33 84 3425 3 8 48 Beets, doz bun ..... .......... ..75.90 2 00-2 Cabbage 50. 1% bushel .hampers domestic after a long illness. "Uncle I both of whom were with her here The body of Mrs. Mary Wright-'
Plttaburth (lower) ___ __. __ 1 3.97 2.4 58 ___
DOW-JONC CLOSING AVERAGES Cleveland (no isle) ___n__- --_- -n-_ Beets, bu hpr ...._..._.. 1.25-1.50 i' round type few 3 50. SO lb. sacks 2 252.15. Jeff as he was known to practically and four brothers living in the'' who died Sunday morning at her

Stockai NEW V01IK OB rj (Mi UP.h Lew Cloeo NetCh. Chicaio irregular) _____?_ _f 3390 __ __ 8481 Cabbage. 50 Ib sx ........... 1001.35 bent. 3.50.Celerr red' type Irregular quality 500-350. everyone in Osceola County I North, and a granddaughter, Mary home in Lake Conway Park will
hither _____ __ 1 4 08 4411 '
St. Louis (
JO Indt 171.M 171II 171J 172.77 off 1.44 : Cincinnati (no gale) _____ -- -- -- Celery. Golden, crate. I 19 Inch crates trimmed topsGoldenrod was a native citizen. Tudor Price. 1 be forwarded to lola. Kan., for

20 Rails 4S." 4S.S4 45.07 4S.2T off '.31 Detroit (tower) u_________ __ 4 404 __ ___ 7 487._ Precooled ......... 3.75-4.60 I ordinary to generally food i He is survived by his funeral services and interment.
IS Ut.ls M.II 34J1 JJM 14.02 off ..21 .quality 3 dozen 4.50-5.50. 4-5 dozen 4.60-
CS M'ke 8U4 1.47 M.7S 1.0S off 0.4* Baltimore Totals _(higher)_---::-- i sis 44i III i2SS\ : ,5 !:?? nanAftFituiT >= Celery, Pascal. crate ........ 3.75-4.35 S 50. few BSO.: 8 dozen 300-450. 10 dozen Mrs. Julia Etta Barber; WidOW'1 MR. BARTON C. DAVIS Friends may call at the Eisel-!

onda: Cloo N.t Ch. ------- ------ --- CUcumbers bu hpr ....._-- 2.00-5.75 300-400. xx'f few 200-250.: Pascal type I William Claude Barber, C. Mr. Barton C. Davis. 60. died stein-Wigginton Home for Funerals -
10 J SO off 004 fair to food quality 2-3 dozen s.:30-8.:50. 4
40 10 lit Bend ej.lle* --========.1I : 4 .M :.0 (See,,"> Eggplant bu hpr ............ 2.50-3.25 doves S 006.25.Cucumbers Barber and Seith R. Barber all of i I Monday at the Orange Memorial Wednesday afternoon between -

10 SiMl Rails _' ___.______ SO.S4 off 0.07 Florid Ind. Rlv Lettuce. Iceberg, crate bushels fair to good quality Kissimmee; two daughters. Mrs. Hospital Services will be held at the hours of 2 to 4 and 7
10 Utile. _________.II7.to.ff S.OS *! 10 Inde ____.- 104.51 uneh. CITY-Market term Cart AC..,. Av C.r, av Dry Pack .. 2.25-2.75 fair quality 225450.: : 1 mark 650-700. I Nellie V. Russell of Orlando, Mrs. 10 ajn. Wednesday from Eisel- to 9.She

Transactions- In StOCks iraed In ....ra... New York (higher> _________....... -. ____ __ _u 1 1M J 2.18 Lettuce Iceberg. crate poor to ordinary quality 2.00-3.50. \Gladys P. Courtney of Sarinac stein-Wigginton Home for Funerals I is survived by three brothers. -

yeaterdayt Induitriala. 94.300; rait.. M.OOO; Philadelphia lower) ua____ _.._.-_---------1 2.26 Iced. ...... ... .... Ettplant bushels mostly showing decayed Mich. Mrs. I. S.
24.SOO; total 155.100. Boston (lrrelular) ______ 2.at and Irregular condition 1.00-4.00. ; one sistec. Lena Lawson with the Rev. Marshall Dendy I Purcell Michigan City

Ptttabunb _nu ___-__ __ __ n_ bu hpr ..... ... 7.00-10.00 Escarole: bushels 1.25-1.50 few low.. I and one brother, Walter Barber officiating. Interment will be InGreenl'ood Ind.: James M. Purcell. Chico.
MARKETS AT A GLANCE I. Cleveland (ao .Ie) ____-__-_---__.___ _ Potatoes Red Bliss. 50 lb. Calif.
NEW YORK (AP) I.lltibties. 'ChIcago (unchanged) .- _ 100.Limes 1-5 bushel cartons Persians 3 25. both of Kissimmee. also eight Cemetery. and B. B. Purcell of Or-

STOCKS: towen profit tashlnt bits St. Loub --__ -___-_ \- - Commercials sx. 1.50 Peppers bushels California Wonders II grandchildren. i A native of PennsylvanIa Mr. lando.
kad.r5. CIncinnati tno .sale ___ __ ._ Potatoes Red Bliss 50 lb. 11.00-12 00. fair quality < SO-8 SO. other Funeral t
BONDS: Easy rails slip! asaln. Detroit (tlo..rr __________ --_ -' ...; -- --- i bullnose types ordinary to generally food arrangements will be Davis had been a resident of this
COTTON: Irrefularf noaroy dellverlealower. Baithinor. (Irregular) Sx A's 2.50-3.00 quality 450-1000.: beet 9 900-1000 poorer announced later by Grissoms community the last 3 1-2 years. i i'I MRS.\ JEAN P. MORRIS\
=:::=:=:== ::::::.=: I i3 2.41o.apgesuiy 2.00-3.001 I I
TotaLs -------____ 2.43 1 Squash. Yellow bu hpr and very small 50-3 SO. [Funeral Home.Obituaries I Besides his widow Mrs. Johnnie Mrs. Jean P. Morris died at a
Potatoes 100 lb. sacks Sebsto-Katahdln
WHEAT Wetki CHICAGO tomj lidouldatloii.COHNs ( (.....,"a) Squash, White, bu hpr 1.50-2.00 I type US One 4 00-4 50. few smaller size I 'I Davis he is survived by t.oI I local hotel Monday.

Firms light country Ml.*. CITY-M. Tsr I Ind. Si.. T.... Sw. Potatoes bu hpr .. 2503.25 j low as 3 SO. B size 2 50-3 50. mostly around daughters. Mrs. Gladys Rossell. I Besides her husband Louis. P.
OATS Ste.bl demand ...... eta Sf.. Wtrebd 1'1011'' ,- Tomatoes, crates 36 1-lb | 3 00. red Pont rs US One 3 00. B size 2 :SO. i I ,
HOGS: Moderately. acti... JO cents to New York lblillu) ___------_ 3 305 7 21 10 321 1 ..'70Phll.delphl. SO lb. sacks Sebago-Katahdln type US Canonsburg. Pa.. and Mrs. Edward Morris she is survived by one
SI lower tOp S21.7S. Clow.d ______n__ 2 227 5 307 __ ___ carton .. ,.. 8.25-9.00 One 2624-300. B size 555-250. j I MRS. MARY F. PICKE.V Dunlevey Carnegie, Pa.; a son daughter Mrs. John J. Mylott.
21 ______ few 2.0 1 2.:18: 1 :UO __ __ cra'tes Ibs. 11.50 Squash bushels yellow 2.00-2 75. Cocos- I
CATTLE Slow unevenly weak: to Boston Irregular) Tomatoes 50 ,I
cents higher top $2S. Plttaburah _________ 1 2.:13: 1 1.8 __ ___ 1 ;).::13 .. 2.00 .,lle* Urge .1_ 1.50-2 00. few 1.OO.i bushel, Mrs. Mary F. Picken. 922 Grand I Arthur J. Davis. Los Angeles: one New York: a brother. Dr. E. O.
Cleveland tno sale) ______ ___ __ __ __ -- Grapefruit box .. hampers yellow 2.00-2.SO. few huh as Ave., died at her home Tuesday I: brother, Donald Davis Cypress I, Petcain. Pittsburgh, and two sisters -
Chicago (unchanged) ____& ___ 2 2.:11: S 297 Oranges, box 3.00 3 00. Cocozelles various sizes 2 00-3.00. few
NEW YORK APJ Stocks -- u' morning. Mrs. and Mrs. Etta
gen- St. Loub _____ _____ ___ __ ___ B 2.3. 3 25. Zuchlnnl 2 50-3.00..few 2.00. Picken was born :, Cal.. two sisters. ; Mrs. Georgia Bremner and
erally stumbled: over profit cash- CIncinnati (no isle) __ __ u_ __ ___ I in Ottawa Canada, on May 11, 'I Young and Mrs. Frances Martin. Mrs. Helen Fendley both of Pitts-

Ing In yesterday's market althougha Detroit lower) __ __ __ ___ l' 1111 __ _-_ 4 2.49 Citrus CUR STOCK LIST 1882. and came to Florida in 1898 both of Carnegie. burgh.
Baltimore (Irregular) 1 3 O. 1 2 24 1 2 112 .1 4.44Total. ReportCARLOT Furnished through courtesy Merrill I
little late buying and short covering -u.------------ S 2.31 IS 2.3. 1'7 3.13 18 290I Lynch. Pierce. Fenner and Beane.Aluminum moving: to Orlando in 1928. The body will be forwarded to

reduced most extreme losses I THE SHIPMENTS U. S. FOR REPORTED MONDAY FOR Amer. Cyanamid Co. of Co.Amer----------B. ._ 42 57% I She is survived by two sons. :I MRS. SUEWELLIE RICHARD Pittsburgh, for services and inter-

running to 3 or more points for I Commodity I Flo....Cal..:!IAr_ .|! La.:.I ITen.lO'nd:.. Amer. Gas at Else. __:_ 40 Frank A. Picken of Baton Rouge Mrs. Suewelue Richard died ment by Fairchild Funeral Home.
.. ......
leaders. Amer. & Traction _, __ 22 La. and Paul J. Picken of Orlando Monday at her home 2506 N. Rio
,. Ii Oranges I 138 1701 9 .j ; t Ark. !I riM A. __ __ 4'i -
Professionals turned to the sell- I Closina Stock Ouotations Grapefruit- 1111'l 4 l" 'J j' 69 & Refr ___nA.hl.n --- 11 1. and one daughter Mrs. Eliza Grand Ave. Besides her husband I, \IL DANIEL: D. ROBERSON

Ing side on the Idea five successIve I Mixed citrus ((38 38 Brewster Aeronautical _-_ 4e. beth Patch of Orlando. Charles J. Richard she is survivedby Mr. Daniel D. Roberson died at
4- 2 ereoefnilt. .
Un..rttd-M. Texas. Barium Steel 4*.
average advances had served I STOCKS IN THE SPOTLIGHT ,I Hat Cash Bei _____ 3 38's 3834 38... SUMMARY OF PASSINGS THROUGH Creole Pet. Corp.------ 27 .* Funeral arrangements will be one daughter; Mrs. Beatrice a local hospital Monday evening.

as a normal technical correction i MEW YORK AP) Sales closing pries Nat Dairy Prod u_. 9 31 3034 30...II THE: FLORIDA GATEWAYS Cities Service .__ 28J4 announced later by the Carey Brown Mt. Washington: two sons. | He is survived by his widow.
and net change of the IS most active Nat Distillers __h In II" 19 19"- IncludIng diversions at Savannah and Colts Patent Arms 29
of the April slump and put the stocks yesterday} Nit Gypsum ._____ 3 181. 3534 11.,. Atlanta for 24-hour period ending Cam.: Delay Stores. Inc. _-.--_------- 7 Hand Funeral Home. I Charles and Leo Richard, both of i Elizabeth Roberson of Orlando:

list in a position where it might Schenley Distill 22.000-2CH, *,'*. Rat Lead .- : 2834 28% 2834 1 East West South Total Elec. Bond" Share Co------------ ll'i I Orlando, and two brothers. Pete one daughter Mrs. L. L. Ables of
slide. Wall Street Socony.Vac: l.SOO-lS! V.. Nat Pow A Lb -:-:: 1. 13. 1% Oranges __.n____ S a 0 17 Fairchild In*. Ac Airplane Corp. 2% of
rrsume the Nat DiStill 500-191* ,.. I, Nehi Corp _uu I 20, 20') 20') I Grapefruit ----_. 1 4 5 I Glen Alden Coal Co--------------- 17 U MRS. II. K. SIIATSWELL and John Caruthers. both i i Orlando; one son James Roberson

doubters regarding business. taxes Std ON .m-.itllt.. i I'Newport Induct _h U 211a. 211.%. 26'. Mixed uiTot.l 2,2 Humble! Oil & Refg. -- --_ SBUKalserFrazer Funeral services for Mrs. H. K. Louisville. of Little Rock. Ark.; one sister.
wage-price problems and foreign Gen Mot .I NY Central RR __ '79 14',. 143. 14'. ears held. a a n. n.terdu-5 or- :_.. 8 Shatswell I The body will be forwarded to Mrs. Charles Smith of
U % Steel 8.300IV*. NYCh1&StLPI 2 811'. 811811" anaei: 11 grapefruit: 3 mixed citrus Lone Star Gas Co. ..___ 19 of Winter Park who Malvern.
affairs also trimmed commitments $' Comwlth & Sou 7.900 3 no. I I I No mA Aiatio D. 4 5* 5% 51,4 PASSINGS POTOMAC YARD AND PASS. Niagara Hudson Pw. Corp. 81. died Monday night following a I Louisville by Fairchild Funeral Ark.. and one grandson. Danny r

or held aloof. A batch of good NY Central T.OO-14fe. s/fc. I North Co _== 21 261. 26% 26% INGS AND DIVERSIONS AT CINCINNATIfor Nlles-Beement-Pond Co. __________ 121* heart attack will be held Thurs- Home for services and interment.MR. Thomas Roberson. t
Cl.ryi.7.8001021.4 vt.Evuit Northern P.eUIc _n 31 16'. 15'. 11Ohl. 24-hour period ending I ..m. yeaterdar: Pantepee O'l of Ven. __ 10ftSherwinWilliams I
dividends and earnings failed to Off Side '.!MH-J% Vi. o TanOr _-_, _134 day at 4 p.m. at the Marvin Pitt- I Services will be held at Fairchild -

stimulate the majority of Issues Ekc Prod C.200-18 Vi.Am Oil __ ___h_ 20 2334 23 2334 .. Qra_ *er. Mixed Sonotone Corp------__- 3H man Funeral Home with the Rev. I J. EDWARD IIOR.V Funeral Home at 8 pjn.
Arline* S.OO4 Va.Mea OmnIbus Corp __on J4 10\. 954 93otil .n... fruit I.... Citrus Srhulte. Inc. ____ 41 I
Dealings were relatively activeon Std Q & C M Pf S.5OO23'Vi.. Owens Ill Glass _. 1 763'. 763'. '76 Boston -.___ 0Buffalo Technicolor __ _____.___ 53Textroo I will be in Palm Cemetery.Mrs. Tuesday morning after a brief I Episcopal Church, officiating. Interment -

forenoon offerings but subsided Nat CentaJner S.50O-39V4 n*. Pac P 0. A Eke: n 25 37 38% 311% Chlcaco -__..? ,3- 2 __ -_ Va. Coal-& Coke__ __ US 13'4w. Shatswell. who was 76 illness. Mr. Horn had been in Or- at Malvern. Ark.

toward the last as timid sup- New York
port appeared. While a smatteringof Hds. High Low Last Packard Motor ____ 41 6% a'i 63' Columbus. O. .-_-- 2 1 In 1775 the U. S. Post Office had Vt. and the first in I here from Philipsburg. Pa. motion
Air Reduction _u 9 ;32 31% 31% Pan Am Airways __ 19 12.. 12 12 Detroit .n___ 12 2 was woman II coming Special, picture cameras
modest gains was in evidencefor Alaska Juneau nn 12 4V, 4 4V, P.r.m Pictures __ 44 2H. 24'. 24" New Haven ____ 1 __ 75 postmasters and a yearly gross I Massachusetts to receive automobile -, for the Winter season. He had I have been made in which the film

pivotals at the close, declines Allephanc. Corp _...33 3% 3% 3% Park Utah Con M II 3 21. 27.Park. New York City __- 45 24 4 business of $38,000 compared with t 1 drivers' license. She came here : been spending the past five seasons runs at 70 miles an hour to record
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Allec Lud Stl 8 37V, 36% 37\. Davis 1 35 35*. 35% Philadelphia 12 I 6 I
of fractions to 2 were widespread. Al Chem ft Dye _.. 3 172V, 170% 170% p.tlno Mines n_? 4 12 1134 lI'. Pittsburgh .., -- 9 7 -- -- 450,000 employes and a gross Income 12 years ago from Dedham, Mass., I in Orlando and had many action so fast it cannot be observed -

\ Transfers of 740.000 shares equal AUU-Ch Mfc n_ 10 32% 32'% 32% Penney tJC) 9 40'. 40','. 40% Washington. D. C. 6 1 __ -- of $1.314,159,000 in 1945. I I and resided at 756 Maryland Ave. i friends here who will regret to directly.
led I Am Airlines __ 66 9% 9% 9% Penn Cent Alrl II l1s 11 11 Held for reconslsnment. Potomac Yard. .
the of
aggregate the preceding Am Cable ft Rad 6 4% 4% 4% Penn RR __ u___ 114 19'. 19" 1934Pepsi.Cola i I a.m. yesterday oranses 1 traprfrult., ----
session. Am Can .. 4 11% 91% 91% __-- __ 44 211 2'1' 273Pfizer. .
Am Car ft Pdy == 1 44% 44% 44% Chas A Co u 7 411'.. 45 45 I LIVESTOCK I ,

The Associated Press 60-stock Am ft For Pow -:. 14 1r: : 4% 4% PhelpS Dodge _. _u 111 38'. 3838'" CHICAGO CHICAGO tAP) (USDAV Salable boss 1 j ::! TIlE EESEMHjWICE TO TIIE'FSirnp'b \ r IfTVffn ii. rVHYrONT rr& MUCH TOO l7EANS1IILEIMI' 1ATA4hEhi.
composite off J of pointat II Am&P2Pf. .. 4 18 18% Phil. Elec 11 24" 24% 243.Phiico '
was a hU-+
I Am Locomo'lVf ... IS 23 22Vi 22'. Corp __n __ 3 26 28 26 g.SOO.m'J.t: 12000; : market unevenly,opened 50 cents slow: i' OUT'J I PONT6ET; gUT TIlE KKT YOU JlKT *fMt> EAELY. rvE eor EELAJ ANO EH.X'VreNQ
6=.6. sharpest setback since Am Pow ft Lt 15 12H 12 12'". Phillip Morrb __ 13 30' 301,1. 30Phillip. later active off i I S LET'6 Od TU OFrr MAiE4 "9ENE..TME FAT BOY A CCUFVE Of- COPS TO KNOW WHAT LEO A5TCAV gy TIlE
April 25 and the first recession Am Rad ft St S ... 32 14'% 13% 13% Pet __ 13 549. 5. 54% to (1 OO lower; mostly .SO-.1S cents : !
top 23 75: bulk: aood and choice 170-260 !< Tl NEW RJOO I 6 NOT ONLY A CACRON usc A ilUtU-illISII L'EAI. SEEW1N& AND AZOVNP ID CEE ThEe SCHEME I ITUSH. m-Al.fTlFIL oI-

since April 28. It was the broad- Am Am Smelt Roll Mill A R_______ 33 S 30V 53t.s, 52 29'. S3 29% Proet'4'Pressed A 8U G.m Car ___ 10 38 6o'4 12 :l9 11'%. 60 1134 Ib 23 00-23.75: 270-290 lb 21.IO-22.U: 300-I 3 coPy OF- THE VENTE&KTM cemieyTHEg SCAthE Fi&UBK ITS COCO ENOUGH:> SITU tAtXZIF4 SEFOtE I CAR NAMtANP

est market in a week; 956 issues Am Stl Pdra __h n 2 30% 30V. 30%. Pub Bye NJ __ __un___ II 2"" 2" 24 350 Ib 200021.50: sows 50. cents lower; f cccc.AToc 1P4 ThAT FCCTdNT SLIT liE 70 C'EL.AEIIEEELF-IH 01.Mt WAEEANT ,, AMP A WOETIWsII1LE

re lsterln ;. Of these 638 fell Am Sutar Ref n__ 2 40% 40 40% Pullman ______u__ 10 55" 5S3. 5534. sjood and cattle choice 9000.17.7518.50.Salable total 9.000: salable I ALSO EC&MELE TIJE dillY 30hZI Coal U. cltciE ON ThEM. .
Am Tel'" Tel n__ 17 165, 165% 165% Pure Oil n___ 34 ad 243.. 2. 24" VCWOVE AiENT' hAVE SEEM r _
and 114 rose.Standard Am Tob B nn___ 54 66'. 65%% 66'. BRadio 'I calves 1.000. total 1.000 fed steers and Pw
I Am Vlaco ______ 7 .lIa..8 46 Corp ______ 33 8". 7s! 8 hirers slow steady to weak: load choice zU I FOE. -.-----
Oil of Ohio was uu, V Am Wit Wks n___ 17 15% 14% 15 Radio K Orah _____ 17 13'. n 13 1.182 Ib steers topped at 2800: strictly % J- '
at 26*a on a raised quarterly. Am Woolen ___n_ 32 33% 32'. 33 Reining Rand ____ 3 30L.: 3034 30. choice kinds absent; averate-medlum. to 7
low-choice fed and yearling 20 50-
Youngstown Sheet Anaconda Cop nn_ 30 36% 35 Va 36% Repub Asia huh 2 II'. 53s 5s ,I : steers \ '. .
added feSr
at to choice kinds
loads *
25 00 good
/ I, Armour ft Co ___or 28 11% 11% 11% Repub Steel 117 25"2.... 25 f.P.
621 Vj on a big jump in net. A hoisted I!I And Dry Ooods .. 4 16'. 16 16% Rer. Cop" Sr.u___ 8 III'. 1I\oa 18'. 25: 2525.75: load choice heavy heifersheld :> Fe.Y

dividend lifted Consolidated lAtehTftSFt I ... __ 7 79% 79% 79% Reynolds Tob B __ II 3n, 3'7' % 373. above: 24 25:fairly bulk actlvo.good steady fed heifers few I| \ .' -
cows ;
t At Coast Una ___ 1 50% 50'. 50% SSafew'r ; I i
Coppermines ft at 6. Others to ALl RefIning ..,___,. 8 35% 34V, 34% Stores n__ 4 21 21 21 mod cows up to 19.00. most beef cows I L
edge forward were Consolidated j Atlas Corp ____ 4 22% 22% 22% Savage Arms ____ 1 5" 874. 8% 00-17.00: csnners and cutters 10:1013.110 : -
bulls steady to 25 cents higher:
I 8 Srhenl Distil _n.22] 273'. 26Sear. ;
Edison. Santa Fe, International Bald Loco -- __ ? 9 20% I9V, 19% Roebuck n.1 332'. 32% food weighty sausage bulls reached 17.50;
Harvester United Aircraft and Bait ft I'1 11 10% 10% Sunl Inc __u 10 12\oa 1212'. vealers steady practical top 25.00I fLIrEE ? I7T'' :
Salable sheep 1.500.: total 2.500: wooledi
Jones-Manville. iBarnadall OU _-_ 6 24% 24 24% Shell UnIon 011 ___ 111 26.. 211% 2"- I j
I Bell Lire ---_-_._, 4 14% 14%. 14% 8lmmona Co _u____ 1 32'. 323. '32% i'slaughter lambs steady; clipped lambs a \
Pere Marquette preferred dropped Bendlx ATlat 6 3231% "31% Slnd.ll Oil _nn 21 15'. 1:11.: 1534 load shade higher and: choice ewes fed scarce woolen steady Colorado; one VVL
9 points at 85 when Best Foods __n____ 7 23 Va 23% 23% oronY-VUUIJM U 168 15' 11 1:1": good I
the I.C.C. I
weighing around 95 Ib topped at 23 50.I ;
Beth Steel ____n__ 10 85 B4% 84%>> SouAmO&P..h_ 1 4 4 4
postponed lu order approving Blaw-Knox ____ 4 15: % 15: % 15V: 8011 Cal Edqon _u_ 2 31" 31" 31.. I load or so wooled lambs weighing around .
1 wool-skins
110 Ib 23 00 few medium
merger of this road with Chesa- Boeing Airplane 7 11% n 17 Southern PacifIc __ 36 38 I. 377'. 38 t. ; .w. -
Borden Co ______ 3 42% 42%. 42% Southern RJ' _-_u 10 34'. 3334 34 around 20 00: one double food and ehol..et..d ... fc A NI6HTCLC8 IiJIE IMhEd.YI4EEE, EES Wih TUAT IliE I A5K ENTIEELY EACIt7D OKAY, "
& lambs with No. 2 pelts 21.75:
peake Ohio. Omnibus Corp. pre- Bori-Wercer n___ S 43% 42% 42% Sparks Wlthlnl _u_ S :5 I... 5" :I'i i I clipped shorn AT THE PLACEr TOEL M5IEU..ItLWEELMl A TAU. BLCWE AWN EX-6.I.RLOTJ! TIE KEET14ET4. M'61EU1 A7i5TEZ.
few wooled slaughter 10.50.
_____ ____ ewes 50
ferred yielded 7% at 100. Penn- Branlff Alrw 14 10'. 10% 10% Sperry Corp 13 203." 1934 19'.
sylvania Brute MIg ________ 9 34'. 33% 33% BPleui Inc _______ I' 10'. 10'". 103." 9.00 down. f FEETA-FEETA WODLPNYFEETA KAMEPj EEN0UIE!...EEF AT THE EAR WHO //UAK$ \ PELTA OUEENOIEEE N085EY KNOW5 A SOIL. _.MAYSE ISYtIIAMEOPEI.TA
Railroad and Schenley Budd Co __n__ 15: 11V4 11 11 Stand Brands n'n 4 313.. 303. 31t. $AY LEARNED \ THINO DELTA! ThESE VCli I / I !
touched lows for the past year or Rub ,. Watch ____ S 28 27'i 27% Stand 564 56'. 561/, :, COTTON<< CLOSING
longer the former I Burling Mills _____ 21 16% 16% 18% Stand gI:: 'dftn-== If 40'. M04 40' NEW YORK (AP> Gotten futures closed PELTA'< AL'EtE5IlEY: // ri REALLY SAP 1771CM SHALL -.t4Y5.KK NAME ETHAN TO LET THE

> finishing off Burr Add Mach .._ 10 li U% 13'% Stand Oil NJ u__100 119... 68'. 69'. 30 cents to $1 a bale' higher in moderately ?,am. XWHEN PEOPLE $ NKCHECX.I I 6AYEE5A' I $TEVE CANYON I rT Hl\\ CONNECT *_ TZMFICi
i at 19'2 and the latter ?4 at Stand Oil Ohio n_ 11 211". 26e 26"- active dealings yesterday. Gains of $1.40in
26.. Calif Packing _n__ S 25'25 25 Std SU SP" _u__ I 13% 133. 13% early dealings were reduced by profit 50 A1EWITIITIIECII. PATTEZNII
Callahan Z-Lead ..2 2% 2% 2Vi 8terlinl Drug ___ n 40 39 39 taking and ahedging encourage It y thei : PEAL,.. :
DuPont was off 2 at 180 ,?.. Can Drr 0 Alt .. 10 14 13% 13% Stokelr-V.n Camp 13 ll's 1'1'4 1'1.. i easiness of outside markets. ;- -
Eastman Kodak 2 at 238 and I'Canad Pacific _h_ 25 11V 11V, 11.. Stone A Webster __ 113% 1334 13.". Sharp discounts in the new crop months : m
Carrie' Corp __n__ 6 15 14'1&1&' Studebaker Corp ._ 27 2011'1.. 197. compared with nearby deliveries stimulated j
Great Northern Railway 1s; at C... 39Vi. Down around a point or so Tractor .._ 4 54 53% 54 Sunshine Mnl _u_ II 97. 91'. 91', optimistic crop news. ( t I
U. Celaaieae Corp ---- 20 19% 19%. 19% Swift & C. un__ 17 33"-33 33ftTn. There was further trade covering In B
were S. Steel at 69%. Bethle- 'I Cent Foundry _n__ 6 9% 9% 9% T July ...in.t sale. of cotton to the Government -

hem 84 ft. General Motors 58%, Cerro de Pas ____ 17 31. 31% 31% .. Co _n_____ 11 60". 119'. 5974 for UN R RA. I| ; [ _
Chrysler 102 ftt U. S. Rubber 'i Certain-Teed Prod 20 14'It'. 14'. Texas Gulf Bulph 0 411'. 49 49 Open High Low Last 'J I /1 '
46Vi. I Che. ft Ohio u._. 19 45% 44'. 45 Tn Pac C A 0 _._ 9 30, 2954 30 May .36.24 M.3C 3t.10 34.2S up I I I
Montgomery Ward 53 Vi. United I ChM8p&Psc..28 I"%' 9 9 leg Pac L Trust __ 34 18'. 1534 18'. July 34.IS 142S 334 M.12O u. "-Ii )FS ,
Air Lines 25y, International I Chi ft NW --- 18% % 18% Tide WU A Oil u 47 20'. 1934 19" Oct. 29.00 29.28 29.00 29.18-20 uo 18-20
I Chrysler Corp :===: '7g 103, IM% 102% Traniamerica 5 12a. 12', 12a. Dec. .28.07 2S.3 28.07 28.28n UP 18 _
Nickel 31 ft. Air Reduction 31 ft. I CIT Pinto .____n 111 .0..0 40'% Trans A West Air 3 181. 18\1.\. 183. March 27.60 27.82 27.60 27."" up 17 .t 1
American Can 91 ,i, Union Car- I Collate Palm P ... 19 43% 42Va 43 Trt-cont Corp n-- 211 61. II 6Twent May 27.1S 27.45 27.1S 27.:33n up 16 '
bide 98 ft and Col Puel ft Ir _n_* 15: 14'. 14lH.', I C-Fo& __n__ It 31'. 301,4 3034 Middling spot S*..,.. up IS. -.- .' a IaLIKEW'5EMF. --.-
P Boeing 17. Colum 0 ft El un 47 10'. 10% 10% Thiermoid h______ -- 111! ro__ 11Union % N-nominal.
American Telephone stiffened as Coml Credit ____n 4 39!, 39% 39% U _
progress In to Coml Solvents unn: 24 23". 23% Sac I" 6 29',0) 2934 2974 NEW ORLEANSAPCetten futumvanced ad ANOTHER.fE..AR' %1t or-vouvt THERE: CAN ONIM' BE'I
moves end
the strike Com wIth Edls __u_ 9 30% 30V. 30VsComwlth > Union Carbide _nn 111 II 98195'... hero yesterday on trade buying and LVW TRYING TO SEE COME W.- ONE &ESS BACKACHE. ]
were reported but the stock I ft South 79 3 2% 3 Union Oil Cal ____ 11 2120'. 21'". short covering.. Closing prices were steady, I
emerged off ft at Cons EdUon: .____.. 29 27 26% 27 Union PaeUie ___ 3 1293. 129 129'. 35 to 80 cent a bale. higher.Open .
165 /4. Cons Vultee __n__ 16 15 14'% 14% United Air Unes __ U 26'1&' 2534 2S% High Low Clee HUH.-I HEAR IT IS, AND ThATS P1E-
Bonds backed away. Cotton held Cont Bak n______ :3 15V4 15 15 United Aircraft -n 22 20 1934 II'. May __ __3C 19 3 JJ M.OS IC.12-U up T NOISES UPSTAIR$. ) FEIARLESS
advances of 30 cents to $1 bale. Cont Can .uu_ IS 37% 37V1 37Vi United Corp __u.- 23 31. 3 3'. July _. .34.05 34.IS 33.80 34.01-03 up T BESS.V
a Cont Motors ___ 14 8% 8 8%. I United Fruit ____n 21 .8\oa 48 48'. Oct. ___ .29.OS 29.28 29.OO 28.14-20 up 11
At Chicago wheat ended off ft to Com 011 Del ____ 7 40V, 39 V 39V4 Unit Rex Drug n_ 14 8'. 834 53, Dec. ___..28.07 28.39 28.07 28.27 up 13 =
214 cents a bushel corn up / to Corn Exchange __.2.20 54%. 53% 54 U a OJ'pSum _n_ 3 1'11,2 1'1 97 March __.27.50 27.72 27.63 27. 8b up 16 IWI ___
1 ft and oats Corn Producta __n 2 69%. 69%. 69 V* U S 1M Chem nu 2 4744 4n. 47U I-bid. Z
ft to 1 higher. Crane Co _______ 11 321% 31". 31% S Rubber nn 40 47"a, 46t. 46...)
On the downside In the Curb Crucible Steel _____ S 27% 27% 27% I U a teel _.___n 83 707. 687. 69t.V I DUN AND BRADSTREET I
were Pepperell. Curtis Publish __n 11. 8'. 8% NEW YORK (UP) Dun and Bradstreet'8
of Curtias-Wrlsht .._ 13 S 4'. 4% Vie Chem Wb 1 41% 4134 41% daily weighted price index of 30 basic commodities w
America. Cities Service. American CUt<<--r-H.mmer _n_ 12 22 Vi 22% 22% wWalworth I compiled for United Press (193032 -
Fork and U. s. Foil "B." O Co __ ___ 3 10 10 10Warner average equals 100): I
Turnover Deere Ar Co .n___ 7 36 35V4 35% Bros Pie __ 42 153. 1515.*.. Yesterday ____ ___nn- .. 55339
here was 210.000 shares, the same Del ft Hudson _____ 1 38.- 38 38 West bd Rug _._u 2. 2'1'. 273. 2'1". Monday' _________ ,-- -.-.25329
as Monday. Del Lack ft West _. :3 7 7 7 Weet tin T.l A n_ 3 18'. 111' 111'1&' Week ago _Un- 253.35
Detroit Edlaoa _h__ 20 23% 23% 53% We.tlnl Air IIr _n 3 300". 21'. 29'" Month ago ______n- 26243 .
DIn Corn-Sear __. 42 13% 13''. 13% WuUnl Else ___ 31 2534 2.% 2.'I-a Year ago ______nh_-_ .. .. 181.2.l .
GRAIN MANOC: Dome Mines _. _... 8 16% 16%. 16% WheelIng Steel __u 3 3734 II\oa 37 n high March 18) _ 2 92S
CHICAGO (lAP) Douglas Aircraft .- 4 62% 61'. 61% Whit. Motor ______ 11 23"a, 22 223,6 1947 low .(Jan. 2]) _n________ 232.80Zenith
OPen Hllh Low Cl_ Dresser Indust ... IB 17% 16V, 17 WIII-onrl.nd _n 21 91. 9'. 9Wilaon
May WHEAT-._ duPont d* N n____ 7 181% 180 18034Eastern &: Co ____ 11 125'. 12 121. I-
= 1:65 206 H 255% 2024 C Woolworth IPW) ___ 22 45 447'. 441,2 I S
Jui-------'>Pt 2.244 2.25's 222H I Air I. _oo_ 23 22V 22 22V.E..lm.D Worthies P Jol 5 65 55 55Yeungst Radio __ t 17V4 164 39%,
n _ _
f 217H II .
21M4CORM 215". 31e Kodak ___ Y
6 239 338 338 Zonltt Products __. 1'a 7% 7%
Dcc------ 2.1t 2.1S un. 2.13 El Power" Lt _n__ 30 14'% 13% 14V Sh k T 11 63 1I1% 6234 Approximate final total today 740000. I r- rEXCELLEWT THE IDEA;' I I MEANWHILE I ON AM EL I I [BETTES /JV T HUH? Jf
M'r '_ 1.i4 l.a3" Emenon El M ___ 9 11 11% 11 y4 .... A ; ; ...
I Jt7 'h_ 1.1101.1I. ] I Ens. Pub. Service .. 10 2Y2 % 2! WILL APPtALTO PARENTS.' IIL5 i t-UKM. AWAY HkUM I WHMIrHAT USJ
1.a. .
h 1.alla. 1.a. 1.56*. i trie rut 23: "y, C SP r I COT SOMEPICTURE'S C1EAT
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Sept. YOU
1.45w 1.411'. 148U 1 411". I TOO. WE'LL USE THEM IN HEY! DO YOU GUYS SEE

t Dde.OATS-' 1.31 1 1.4O. 1.39w 1.40. \ Fares Tel ft: Rad .. 4 5L'4 11'a% I r OP THE A DOUBLE-PAGE MACHINE, EAN?
Firestone T & R 1 11'. 51'. 51% CRIME STOPPERS. WJ.IAT I SEE? '
U., gi .si .so'. .si Fllntkote ______ 7 28% 27% 28 I 7 SPREAD. 8RONK.
== : : u _- _
1'I July' '. .52 :; : : Florid Pow ___ 2 15% U"U, % _ FOUNDED 1913 tco MB. CLABK. THEYVE 6OT
pt. '
: .75'. .71'. .?SI. .'75 a I A WOE
Dee AWT3\'& .'l3'. 'l31-e) .13% Oen Eire ___u__ 47 35 34%. 34% ,
I pen Foods _______ I 41% 41".1.*.). = JNR.UENCE ON JUVENILES
Miy LARD.1017 _h__ _____ 1.31% ,OeD Motors _____..! 5957% 88% 11 FLORIDA OFFICESSERVING I I iOn Pub Utll n___ 28 14% 14% 14V4 $ ._-_
21 00 21.1) 2050 2050 Gillette Saf R _____ 3 29% 29% 29V.. e*
Sept. 20.00 20.00 20.31 20.37 Goodrich BF) __n 9 55% 55 55% o
Oct Noy. U Ooodre r TAR ..18 SOS 49% 49tOrahamPalge THE INVESTOR = ... .-
39001300 19.00 _
Mot 21 313". 3%
Ot Northn Rj Ft 9 40 39,'. 39 V4 '
FOREIGN EXCHANCC: Greyhound Corp _-. 30 30% 30% 30% S !
NEW YORK CAP PoreUn exchanca rates 'Grura Alre En _u__ 8 21% 21% 21% -- :
follow (Great Britain In doUara. others toCanadian Gulf Mob Ac Ohio 9 8% 8% 84 iJtp
cents) Quit __ 13 62Va 61% 62Va ---JJACKSONVllLE
dollar In New York open 81....- H011 .
tel 8Va per cent discount or 91.87V, U. 8. Hart Sen If: n_ 2 314" 31 Vt 31" ;::: _
tents. IPoa of a eent. Napes Mfg ___nn_ 12 8% 8% 8% p
IUTODJ; ; oreat Britain 1402%. up i/ie Homestake Vila n__ S 41% ..1-. 43% '
of a : Franca (PrmeV 84%. nnchancSweden Houston OU _...___ 19 22321% 21%
foCI: cKrona) 27.85. unchanged; HUd.IOD. Motor' II :xd 18 13% 15% :
SwiUerland (Franc (eom'l .
chanced.LatinAmerica. 2340. un- INS .. rss AN ot1 L IVCFOLLOWEPTHE -ANt IM WHATA
Illinois Central 33 22% 31 31%
: Argentina 'free 24.44. I" Interlake Iron ____. 6 11111% 11 DAYTONA -. -.. SABLE, CliARMEDI4RE I1ONEYE'OONEWSPAPER.. I ACTIVITIES Of-you;. OF-POKING .EUEI MEET
.04 of a cent; Brash free 5 50. unchanged; lInt Harvester _____ 10 13'12.% 83% TM'hWlMY I 10 MEETAMD WHAT CAN MAN ftN I AERIAL. ORCDS 'VUMY A MAN WHO HAS
Mexico 20.62, unchanged. Int Nick Can 31 32 31% 31% Thomson&McKinnonhav: BEACH IfHE WAS pgFJ1 )Ot, M55EVERAWOLF COFOK.7OU? PUSUC I WITH UCH) lNTERET-, Ea.t7E' A BUiNEA6
I lot Paper _-_:===: 40 43% 42% 42% served Florida investor for the MITFR. SASLEF )'OVR PROf'o5mONP1)51Ic

The weight of finished gem diamonds Int.... Tel Tel _____ 32 12'. 11% 12JohnaManvllIe rtetOSTHKS TIITWILEF. fxPE.:4 SET ive NOTicec ; THAT IS STRICTLYf'
26 Each Florida .
is only about : J past years. J Sis : FANGS IN THE HONCYPOO/ L1 j I IT rSNT CUTTING ELATi0
one 320.mil I ___ 4 120 119 119 connected by private wire to ORlANDO : .4: 'I4 NEARLY A6 MUCM AWII
lionth part of the weight of material : Jones L&8U __--_ -23 32V. 31% 31% 8EUEAlR pBl.lCiT15lT .
taken from K our offices in New York, O C2IO. "n'g-' 5- Ii : .fHIREP'
a diamond mine. Kan CUT South ___ 13 19% 19% 19% Toronto and other financial and TAMPA N.C '- : PSERVES-
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i'.Kennecott Cop _u_ 18 44 41% 44
Kroter Co 4 42% 42% 42% for the han- () V
'commodity centers
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TANKS ''LaeleJe 0. _u___ 14 8%. S 8 dIng of security and commodity

BUILT-INSTALLED Lehish CAN __-_ 23 10*. 10% 10% orders. \
Lib 0 P Olaas _n_ 3 50'. 49% 50'
REPAIREDThe i Libby MeN ft L _u_ 33 8% 8% 8% Our Investment Research Department \ PALM leACH rtI I

-use of strong be or acidsIn Lockheed Lire ____ 25 13% 13'. 13% supplies each floridav.
Loews Ine ________ 28 22 21% 21%
your plumbing system Is I Lorlllard (P) _n__ t 18% 18 18Mack office with !its studies and reports, WEST i.

detrimental to the septIc tank. I I M with other statistical st PALM EACH .3I
Approved! BY Slat Trucks ___ 6 48% 47% 48 together
Board .. l-altk> Mocy, (RHl un_ 8 33% 33 33% formation. FORT U.UDERDAlE I 4 F. l lJt
Marino' Midland! .n I 7'. 7 7
PLUMBING REPAIRSBy Marshall FIeld nn 5 38% !6l. 38% We invite you to avail yourself ff. 12

I 1 Martin lOLl _hh_ 31 21% 21' 21% clout fac3ities. \ /
Licensed Plumber Mid Cont Pet _____ 11 35 34% 34% MiAMIMIAMI

Mo Kan Texas oo __ 8 4% 4.. 4% _.___..__
401 W. Concord Phone 4766I Monisom Ward .._ 19 54% 53% 33% Write for our Weekly BEACH e ii Iits DAD. IF VOUIMCREAS6 r'--'J; ; & l''I )II,5QUlTMAIO
Murray Corp ------ ft 12% 12>. 12% .iLpjiJ.J -/IP I'M A BAO-ieLOi,.THEN
am a member cf American I NNash.Ketvinator eI Stock Survey C_ OCt-IT 'o7U WOULOFI'T "I[ ,1 WONT SE ABt- TO BRING
Society of _
Sanitary Enzineer _.. 20 18% 18% 18% ALLOWANCE
Nat Airlines ..-____ 2 14% 14'. 14% w ? ( A GQANDFATI-IE
Holliday I Nat Auto Fib 5 11 10% 10% ) CU OF M
Nat Biscuit ___ 7 29% 29 GifL FRIENDS 0
n 29 ,3u) TO Py >WITH

--- -- Nat Can __ t 10% 10 10%" THOMSON & M KINNON'SECURITIES > 5'I A.-- SOFAST- !

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PRACTICAL NURSE. (2 years* CHARLOTTE-KAY: BEAUTY Salon. TRUCK going to California. Want I : INSTRUMENTS Repaired. RUGS I"
r ClassifiedS pital training experienced In hoe-I Ph. 4014. Invites you to see them load. Ben SchebeL -Ph. Winter Park t' Magruder Arcade. Expert workmanship fait service WED.. MAY 7, '47 PAGE IS
and ear of axed and for beauty culture. Hilda Monek. 380 WX.VETERAN. : Gnaianterd mothproofing! service. Ph. i -
Cheerful cool hem. Cal 5608. Vivian Lawrence. Margaret Whldden.McCrory : WITH TRUCK desire A HUNTER IN I IAFRICAPAYS 24318. Kleenlse Co. of Orlando. I
: : 31. Good Thinrs to Fat
SWEDISH MASSAGE-For arthritis; Bldg., upstairs. short hauling; equipped to h a al I MADE-Old mattresses
Gil I I furniture lumber cement block orwhat'hav < : prints made new. RUM ROOFING--Free estimates. 3 ,..ar.1
neuritis: slenderizing; Miss GENE'S BEAUTY: SHOP-Spring specials. you. Phone 20271. Co. 1122 W. Church. Ph. to par. work Roll VALENCIA ORANGES The bolt t;
bert. 1206 W. Yale An. 2-2918. i Big reduction in heat waves. I *200 FOR thlnclvi or built up.rnDJeei ea I ship w* have therai Ali '
Wont-Ad Rat* Ladles eoly.SPENCER 'i Cold waves a specialty 204 8. Mala. CAN HANDLE IMMEDIATELY: -Loads s'dlng. Smith A Sons: 468$. house use. (1.29: bushel. Orar -
SUPPORTS Individually Phone 6686.MOTHERS _._ I or part loads of household seeds THE FIRSTELEPHANT REBUILT-New mat REFRIGERATION Tic busheL King Fruit Co. ItW
designed. Mrs. Warren 1202 from Cleveland. Ohio er en rout. made to order; finest qu.lI REPAIRS-You've Washington 7267.
rOaiIr 2Se 0t SPECIALWith Van & Storage Co. 133 factory tried the rest now' try the best :
Wa hl .toa. Phone :a-35O6 or DAY : Fulford M. prices. Kchola Bed-
'I.,11I", "",,,," chart 7Sctunoay .E'I each permanent we will give a ,'Main; 5286. I Furniture Co. On Sanford Barton's next to Colony Theater.
V. D. MJRCIRr-Ket.l: : man and HE WirterPark. Phone 3%. Articles for Rent
Me CMMinimum free manicure Our operators specialise !, : just south of the under 93. ,
psr ._
sedates are no longer in all kinds of beauty culture. Laundry Work Box: 787. Orlando. Ph. j SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED I
KUiSAND everything -
,. Shop. Is locat-I lIS. : FLOOR SANDER educe and pellshr
toe Paint BOW
C M. :JUa: Mario Beauty Baton. 713 N. Mills Part BS8-W. pumped and hauled: P .1 '
rear of Diamond T. Bales and gftOO.RAY'S. : Burke. for rent Johns Hardware. _J
3 Consecutive Day IS* line a day Service. 103 N. Orange Blossom Trail. I A WAY TO SAVE-Try our self trv- 4OO : : I MACHINES REPAIR'PD-OI1r:! | irsuved.Permanent Route 19. resident; bonded.. Ed.ewater Drlv. ie'eitvneI4915.FLOOR .
1 Consecutive Days 15e line a day I will not be responsible tor any UTOPIA BEAUTY SALON- 'I Ice laundry. New machines.. Wring. FOR THE l guaranteed. Check with I Boa 231; 20675.SEPTIC 8 I'o-DER-.nd .rtgerj"iu'"ah..
Count s Average Words 1 line) debt or ether wise her than myself BOS E.: Washington St.. phone 972S. er type or spin dry. Play round forth I 13 8. Main, SU phone Tii1INFrALLEO and ,
National Out ., State statM and will recosnlie only my own Mother's Day Specials. Permanent. kiddle Ample parking space. No I' cleaned. State approved. 20 years I tort sander and fi.w r !''ir
Single Insertions :30e per 111* signature upon checks business 88 50 and up. appointment necessary. Strtck's Self SECOND.f I'I : I In business; Altermatt. Call 6730 or WyclcorrsJHr :2524 Kuh!. 2.t8: _
3 Consecutive Day 2Se tin a day forms ete. Wlttle D. Vogt. BAYS!' BEAUTY PARLOR-All tyPes Service Laundry. 316 W. Washington : I : -9x12: rooms<< : ceiling! and I 7S71 for .."I .. j FLOOR :i .TJa.ft-=-:ld.TTacTpoUther.;:
corner Washington and Huibey $12 including flat oil. Low' -=- All new Arnold Paint Stnr 4. '
1 Consecutive Das 30e line a day permanent waves. Prr-heat and 1St. I : TRZES PALMS TRIMMED and
W. .PxZLLT.: Registered .. 6924. .. Helfand. 24287. S Ornlr" :2-37841 Parking la rear
An want-Ads Minimum tart 3 ta ttnee the)OrlandrMoraine '34.LI.S.Church. and Main lIu"e,01'1 38 cold East waves Pine.a On.specialty.place only.Dial 4222. I :INDEJENDENT phone ; Do your own' I That I I I -Brush or spray. Indus' || lie" : r"St....Bonded, Pleate John neNin1'|I FLOOR.'." new SANDERS cMrr. -Returnable- New Ame ra an j.

sentinel and ire printed SPRING PERMANENT8-Machine ormachlneless I laundry. Try th* Helpy-Selfy Laundry -I of ivory to I I residentialWater proof I UPHOLSTERY-Robert S. Bre.n.j C. R. Burkf. 1805 8 Bumbv. 8 '
In both the Sentinel and Th Lost and Found : 86 no: phone 11914- washers. Open evenings no appointment 1 specialty. Exteriors: : I'.if sq. | 2911 N. Orange Ave.. offer FLOOR: : SANDERS-- -
Orlando Star OAhi *am* data. Jewel Charm Salon. 506 W. Amelia. necessary Weeden-Matvt I aq. ft. or over. Anywhere I I In fabrics and ..erk'llan.hlp.tJHOLSnRIN08l1p DOW.'i.o
Helpy-Selfr Laundry. 2304 J:. Robinson I I edter and two ooli-hen for\ re"at
Wsnt-Ad Department ta open BILLFOLD LOST Sunday Bight. Contains i I Free estimates. Best In ref ceRnlohlng.
The dial 9437. 19. Services covers reasonable! rates 6mTth' LoiEtxi:
from 8:30: ..IIL. to 6 P.m. dally. 6165 la cash and 6450 la, 15. Schools and Instruction_ ; Ph. 4S51. Rt. 1. Box: 55.I 1 We call without oblUatton. O :N' Orajigr and Rail; (,\\.c'I.' _
Sunday from to 12 ftjo. checks. Reward If returned to Claude : I I I U. Services Offered CABINET AND : :I ... P15. T._K. Oalloway.-_ Call Ingrain-Brown. 416 W. Central. I I PAINT SPRAYERS-Sktl.aaws.': ben..A-
Deadline for Sunday Paper Saturday Stokes. 1233 22nd St. or phone ACCOUNTING. Engineering. High cial order. Licensed contractor. 2-0006 or..-2--22353. saws, cabinet sanders. floor sanders .
aooa.&dnruHr.. BILLFOLD LOST-Front ot .703'1 School; International Correspondence I I Co. Mills and I of the best that costs you 1: UPHOLSTERING-Living room fur- edsers Icy rrr\". Young's Tool
are requested t* notify can Grocery. Saturday Schools. Vet Approved. L. O. CARPENTRY- ; : or spray. Stanley P. Cur- ;i nitnro rebuilt re-npholstered and Rental 100 jw Washington St. _
Rowe. Box: :2974: ph. 9282. I i
and Orange. APPLIANCES SERVICP23.Waubtngmachines made Phone for samples and -
.. Immediately of any error in Corner of Jackson Interior trim. new. SANDER!: -New >": nr-U: 'poluh
Please return the paper ete. Ton HIGH SCHOOL-Complete your huh I serviced. Prompt. efficient I : I. estimates. Rufs Mattress Co.. 1122
their ad* a* the Sentinel-Star will mechanic. Rt. No. 1 II -Exterior.: Interior. All big machine John Coward. 309
may keep the money. Return to school at borne In spare time with repair on all make We hue : I W. Churrh. Ph. 2-2213. .
for &D.rreel guaranteed. Licensed and W. Amelia. 23039.TYPEWRITERSR..talm.chlDea
b responsible only one I PP.
..* IDHrUoa.You Melba Ma... 8Star.SILIZOLD American School. Texts furnished.No I the parts. Britts. General Electric CARPENTRY. I I II I Call 2-6922. VENETIAN BLINDS REPAIRED and _
classes. Diploma. Free booklet. Franchised Dealer. 3S6 N. Orange. of repairs to I for
Black leather. refinished
experienced factory
.mI -
;I Write American School. Dept. O.C.P Phone 1IJ42.'AWNING5Speclal. Van Camp. Winter : and threaded your spe- ,.. Immediate delivery. Office Equip-
Can Plaee Your Near City Cab. Keepsake. Keep I ploy Orlando Venetian Blind We.
Florida Plot ft Supply vent Exchange.: Smith-Corona Agenta.
O. Box 3161. Orlando. CONCRETE: WORK '
: I : .
Co. 1739 8 Kohl 8059.VENETIAN
B-Btar. :
Want-Ad by Telephone money return to | walks floors !, W. Church. ph., 6118. I 220 8. Main St.. TeL 8850.
REAL ESTATE LAW and practice.
Orlando BLINDS
Dial 4161 DOG FOUND-Lar. 2-6712. Preparation for broker and sales designs of Individual censed bonded; I I : -Waterproofing: aFii- old slats with -ReDlace TYPEWRITER RENTALS Special
Phone | I new aluminum
Humane Society. ; :
Co. 7814 2-2206
or surfaces Thoro system. ; I monthly and quarterly rates. Chf k
man. Classes start each week. 139 beauty on each home. Call slat*. Sam price
as refinishingQuick
DOG LOS*-2-year-old riprap point- j E. Pine St. Phon. 6566. 9694. Ventilated Awnings of Orlando. CLAY ROADS I doors windows screened service Charles Venetian with George Stuart. 13 8. Main St.
er. Black and white tick. An..nto > I paving with insured. N. J. Barnes. 7452. phoo 1158.:
E. Church '
Room 115. 14 St. .
I !! 1Dd. 11102 EdzewaterDr. 3-O4SS.
10. Baby Sitters-Child Care "Rex." Call Chapman. 2-0744 or Work guaranteed. prompt,
Bill for
King "
Travel Information I !
2- 827. Reward.HORSEUULE 16. AIRPLANE: DUSTING-Specialisingla I aon. Inc. Phone repairs phone 5059. WASHING MACHINE REPAIRS 33. Articles for Sale

CHILD CARS experienced.:: Special : : LOST-8m.U. li.htred. I BIRMINGHAM. ALA.-Leu1nl Saturday melons.citrus R- work C. Potter.vecetables.Phone water.3967 I CONTRACT 1 I 1729 Orand Ave. guaranteed.Service on Al all Wiggins.makea. all 2014 work X.Ksley :. II
rate. for working mother Ate I Last seen vicinity of Winder- 'i May 10th. Take '..0. Please Apopka. with Bushes Dusting 8.rv- homes and Ave.. phone 624". AQUELLA: -Paint that make an
3 years and UP. Call :r- ln. mere. Poll E. A. Murray Ocoee CaU8139. Ice. Zellweod. I buildings of any | ESTIMATES: : -Color sugges DRILLINO-lut masonry surface waterproof. W*
LOST In large I' anced. See T. P. I 2 WELL us drill your hat* various color Smyth Lumber
withehlld"'D LEGAL PAPERS I Reliable paln'ers recom
WOMAN available for sitting BETHEL. to do
CONN. one i
your forneve Co. N. Orange and Railroad.A1TIC :
shot-Ins ...nin,.. 410 brown envelope. Pleas call 2-4637. ; lia: phone 2-4032. Batch 6001. Olldden's... I pump
or driving. Will tike care of all expenses. washers all appliances (no I : : er Irrigation. Easy payments
Magnolia:>> Ave. Ph. 8578. I Reward. References. 200 Lakevlew Dr. radios): reasonable. Work guaran CONCRETE I i I II I I nothing down. 36 pay. i iirlirany FANS-All (lie*. Complete
WILL CARl: for children or invalids.B PUPPY LOST-Very small. Female Orla Vista.CARIBBEAN. teed. R. N. Medlln; ph. 7364 or roofs driveways I I II I -West Central Plnmbms I Well r :rthniG p I I selection Co.of Int.small. 210 f.DI.N. OrlandeApplisnce OrangeAre.
a.m. til 2 pm. daytime. Best Tan color. Reward. P. O. Box: 173. -GUATEMALAN crulseg. 23021. The best In \ Co.. IS: N. Brian. Day Supply. Winter Garden Rd. 1 mile 'i ieaM Phone 4537.AUTOMATIC .
references. Ph. 7281. Orlando. Orlando Travel Service. IK X. ALLIS CHALMERS SERVICE and I ship and I : I I Nl ht 7S38. of Orlo Vista.. Orlando7og7.. 'I
home. RATION BOOKS LOST-Four number Central: dial 9504.! and units.Farm concrete work. : WASHING MACHINES REPAIffVy byWestinghouse
WILL KEEP CHILDREN at my PattI; tractor power 6780 Cordlry, SunroeChans
or 9S30
KxeUnt AT'. Street. Call 2- aol.I plan Call Orlando Travel Service W. Robinson; phone 2-2713. DRESSMAKING All work guaranteed. We sell a real Investment. Term if desired. -
WILL BOARD :2 children la my borne. WALLET LOST-Black leather. Engraved 118 E. Central; dial 9504. ACETYLENE and electric welding: Anderson Street. I AND PUMP SERVICE- psrta and wr'neer' rolls for all type Walter J. WUrox.: Inc 61 E
2462LlL Earl Whit.. Contains papers taw mills of washers. C*Id well Nutria Repair Robinson. "Founded Frhraarv F'16'
Please telephone OXFORD! PENN.-30 miles from machine work on pump I _
and com cash. Return to circulation and road construction machinery; I I Plumbing A Pumps. Oolha Service. 2213 Edgewater: Dr.
I Philadelphia. Leaving Mon. mornIng phone 2-1972. ATTIC FAN&-AU cue from 30-"iQ
Special Notice department 8-Star. Liberal reward.: take 3. Share expenses. Ph. aluminum and bras catting. McKinney dial 118. Alt for County 43 In. We wlU make survey anJ
WILL PERSON WHO found black 7981. Machine Works. 131 W. Kaley. estimate of complete Installation at
AMANDA BRADFORD-Psychic readying i plastic sipper pocketbook. with I AWNINGS. porch curtains. Venetian DRYCLEANINO: !! no cost. Term no to 36 months.
..: ; *lrcl. 2:30: Wed. 561 West Colfcmbla 't personal belongings of no value to 17. Hauling and Moving blinds, glider covering. Full line of I WELL DRILLING Willard &" Ketscr Voru Theati*
Ave.: ph. 2-2331. anyone else. pleas return to Sears I materIaL Phone 9828. Florida Awning Why penalize your Stock Colonlaitowneial 3136.
.TimCX Rev. 6T I I cashier and collect reward. ALLIED: VAN LINES.: INC_Natlon'a Co., 432 S. Hugbey. wardrobe We drift and guarantee any atle deep ALUMINUM WINDOWS Double
BY MEDIUM- largest movers of household goods. Cleaners 813 K.; REPAIRS-Quality parts ex-I well you require. Fay Chile you -
Thraih. Christian Light Church. Storage & WarehouseCo ALARM CLOCKS REPAJP.JDAIIJkInd : 6055.DRESSMAKING: workmanship saurfaction use well. Nothing down. 36 mentheto hung. Cost I" than steel windows.Neer
Wed. 34626.LLIC5 I lit. Beauty ParlorsAMMERUANS I et clock electric equIp- I 1 I II needs paint. They won't warp.
Circle Tue 2:30: 6 p.m. for free estimates on your lone or We specialize In complete! pay. Libby & Freeman.. 711 W. .
Barker Re- I Price reduced 20% Southeast Steel
fix everything.
ment. W* Church.
CARLIN-Room 604. Florida : distance moving. 56-61 W. Jackson Stilts 0 E. Radio Service. i
Individual attention Sale Co.. 100 W. Amelia Lye. down.atairs.
I pair Shop. 46 W. Central. Ph. 7696. -
haltp.rmsnnttly : phone 8942.:
Bank Building. Superfluous St. Phone 2-3184. I .
Correctness Phone 2-1442.
I given prospective brides. t I I
Ph. j
la waving facials and all Quality AERO: MAYFLOWER TRANSIT CO.- : REPAIRED to 18-hour ALUMINUM MOULDINGS and trim
ADVICE: -Psychic reading dally. beauty eultu,.. 20 E. Pine; 8412.AKME1UIANProapeetin ._ Long distance moving. Call Joiner I quotation Be* Mr. Igou at Mill : Work guaranteed. Pickup WASHING MACHINE REPAIRS-All mings. Also sink rim*. Standard
elrcle Tu... I p.m. Thurs. 2:30 graduate Van and Storage service for free & Nebuska. ,' ing. Apply 618 Coopers Music Store. I makes. Maytag official service. size 20% off. Southeast Steel Sale
BUB.. I pm. 44 V4 W. Church. RBU I make appointment for your graduation estimates: also local moving staraee.packing BEAD AND PEARL STRINGING | Call 2-11B4._ Phone 4652. I Barton's next to Colony Theater. Co.. 100 W. Amelia Ave. downstair
12. Rev. Cherry office phone 7086. crating and- snipping. 1400 jewelry and watch repair; guaran Winter Park 93.
REPAIRS You've tried the Phone 21442.
permanent fowl! 20 J: Pine: DRY CLEANING I _
BARBER SERVICE chair ready to 6462. I S. Division; ph. 7988. teed. Nogrady's. 11 Magruder Are. I|I skilled ; : now' try the best. Barton's. WELL DRILLING-W* specialize m AUTOMATIC WATER E&ATE.O&.
servo yon with fast efficient service. I II DEEM'S DELIVERY Service phone BOOKKEEPING SERVICE to fit your modern machinery. Colony Theater Winter Park small! diameter deep' wells. 2". a W !I Hccuic 10: 30 and 40 laUoa."Uertlands. .
AU Union shop. We close at 5:30. 7673; light moving and hauling. Individual needs. At your office or 1 Cleaners. 204 : and 3" Can install well and pump ." Limited quantity bat
East Side Barber Shop. 60 1. Church. I W. Church opposite Rlalto Elizabeth Thea every load Insured reasonable rates. ours. Moderate fees. 2-1287. ParkerBusiness Rosalind. Phone SERVICE House of PHA plan. Call or write P. F.I Immediate Installation. Convenient:
ter. Bonnie formerly with :
C. R. STEVENS. Broker-I Baton. Welcomes her patron and ] KNOLLENBERG'8: Local moving; Service. commercial. Specialize la I r'rtnch. I.oI1l"ood. Fla. Phone-6. trrms. Willard Kelser. Vogue
moved tty Real EsUU: and friend For appointment ph. 6931. storage crating packing. Also BUILDING, repairing and painting. DRESSMAKING 1 .. repalrlnc cases rooters: BREAKFAST: ='PJ&tel lunch: born,. Theater Block. Colonlaltown dial
once business from <4 N. Court ha.1 agent for Delcher'e Lone Distance Prompt aervle. Licensed and bond- I Refrigeration. S N. 'rerr,. made sandwiches. Ma does the 5136.
to 307""'i W. Par A".. Phon. 2-3 I' GET A LIFT with that debt Moving. 506 Mac, St. Dial 4963.: ed. J. W. Montgomery ph. 2-0123. ELECTRICAL : ; cooking pa greets lbs. crowd atLafleYa.l49N.Oranee. ASBESTONE BOARD-A waiiLoard
DO UNEXPECTED TRIPS find All BLOCK LAYING 9c half size 12c AND : cleaned i .
load from fast Sen- LONO DISTANCE MOVING Service man. x: UPHOLSTERY I of a 1000 uses. Waterproof w .Dt"UP.
unprepared Why worryr 5-hour a working points. Packing crating local mov larte. AU help equipment furnish tog old oil lamp a ; own home. Approved i j.fOTH!:FSDAY DL'erera-Eat your G.t It at Mill A Nebraska
dry cleaning- service ..&1I.bl.. Peeks I tinel-Star Want Ad. It swiftly ing. Suddath Moving Ac Storage Co. ed. Floor pouring. 1417 W. 21st fit. on fans Irons and Moth proofing. Prices re I at Lake Lola Hotel. Call now and ASBESTOS'SIDCNG-And
Quality Cleaners. .13 K.: Washington. 115 W. Columbia. Phone 8154. .... z.i' Rug Cleaners,. ph. 7642. make reservations. Ph. 2-4114. roof shin-
I sells your discards or spare CLEANING AND PRESSING: Cash pll.n.. Pick up .- | tie*. For a lifetime job. Get It atMills
I MURIEL PARKER. Spiritualist Reading time. Get the cash you need I II I TRUCK going to Miami. Want load. and carry price will save you I... Prompt I REPAIRING-New roofs in- ORANGES-Of the very best. For Nebraska.
dally. Circle Thurs. 5 p.m. I Ben SchebeL Ph. winter Park. I money. Brine us your dot h... Superior water heaters. Patching and painting. shipping or home use. call Leon
3613 X. Washington Dial 2OSOLDafesSet i I I now by calling 4161 today. |I 380 WX. Cleaners. 21 Boon St. 2213 Edsewater Dr. Roofer.- Phone 2-1255. 4232. SO W. Central, We deliver. | (Continued On Next race]

be' located on Court St.. out 1! the local group handled 42 dogs H. Schisler, 539 1, -

( Humane Society and 55 cats during April and Investigated I I''
! For side the Old Court House, on were giv
nine cruelty FOR THE HOME
cases re-
Friday and on May 30 for the I: Plans Fund For persons seven If
': semi-monthly free screening II Twenty-three new memberswere salesmen. I I"I"A Store Full of the Things Needed Every Day

TB clinics for white) persons. Miss I Animal Shelter I added last month. raising Whether Cooking or Cleaning.

Climcr Bartlett said. It will be open I r' total membership to 346. It was I BUMBTTS
Orlando Humane
Members of the -
I reported. 1'l'8 I Tel. 6104 Household Dept.
from 19 ajn. to 12 noon and ; Society last night went on

The first cf 'eight 'tuberculosis from 2 to 4 p.m. both days.
j record In favor of establishing a I TAKE EXAMINATIONSThere

clinics scheduled in Orange Coun- 'The monthly screening clinic at .1 building fund for an animal shelter men from this area were Joseph BUMBY "'JftftSLlgCHRYSLER -

ty this month will be held here' the Winter Park Health Unit will and scheduled the matter for among salesmen who took license

today from 9 ajn. to 12 noon In : be held May 15. and on May 26 I full discussion at their next 1 1l examinations given by the Florida '
the monthly clinic for Negroes '

the County Health Departmentoffice. 1 will be held here at Ebenezer !l Ing. meet-I .. .... .
I A.M.E. Church. S. Terry and W. I Several $100 I' BE SURE TO1ft
The clinic will be a "follow-up Church Sts.

clinic" for examination of suspects Miss Bartlett said the association I i ward such a fund were INVESTIGATEThe 'Ceiling : PLYMOUTH

for tuberculosis and other j is also planning to conduct I Ii I the group's monthly meeting last ; ... *
'1 night at the San Juan Hotel. Cord
wathology found by the Christmas I
screening clinics for employes of
';Seal Mobile X-ray Unit last I I i the South Atlantic Gas Co. and I'I'I I Recommendations provided for 4. RevolutionaryConcrete Roofing l EXPERT BRAKE RELINING

month and for others referred by for'' food handlers throughout : a permanent shelter to be operatedby i I Block

private physicians;the health department the society for rescue of stray < !
Orlando during the month. \ With th.
and the County Clinic. I I dogs and cats. with public animal : _J DRUMS TURNEDEasy
Miss Madge Bartlett. executive TO ATTEND MEETINGMiss I boarding service maintained to I ROUNDED CORNERJust

secretary of the Orange County Sally F. Eastwood execu- aid In defraying expenses. I Payments On Overhauling
Committee revealed that 1 1I the Thing
Tuberculosis and Health Assn.. tive secretary of the Community i reports

said yesterday. Chest will leave today for Atlanta I For That New Home INC. A. P. CLARK MOTORS Inc.

Other follow;' up clinics are i where she will attend the annual Saturday. The conference Is composed .Holloway Concrete Products ,

scheduled at the health department I meeting of the Southeastern Conference of board members and executives I Plant Located Two Blocks South '
office May 14, 21 and 28. of Community Chests :I representing Community j I WISTER of Underpass PARK on Orlando PHONE Ave.S3SKSO AT ACL KY.I I 889 N. ORANGE PHONE %-O'HSi
The mobile X-ray unit will and Councils Thursday through'I Chests throughout the Southeast. i .
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(Onattlm &rnihirl 33. Articles for Sale |I j, 33 Articles for Sale I 133. Articles for SaIl POOR PAIr AUNT HET I 50. Wanted ta Rent I I IUFIH 51. Houses for Sale I I ,51. Houses for Sale

i I ELECTRIC MOTOR H h.P- WestingI I'' Extension step and I I SPRINKLING CANS.-Galvanised. 10 CLAUDE CALLAN By ROBERT QUILIEN 2-bedroom home. CENTRALLY I.OCATED-For quick \ :LAKEFRONT Situated an large

I PAGE 14 WED.. MAY 7. 4 house. $25. O. C. Avery. 740 N. i iFerncreek I LDER l.dd.r. AIM kitchen | and 12-quart capacity. Knox Stores I Permanent. Call Gal sale by owner. 7 rooms bath and lake. 4fln sailing fishing and

Ave. j' stools and chair MI.Nebraska j I I Co.. 25 E. Pin*. Phone 2-3163. Lots 4022. _,__ ____ kitchen frame home. Immediate o I i swimming. U this spacious 2-bed-
[Cont. from Preceding;: Pate I i I I' SCREENING at 8Vi. i cupancy. C.I O'Harra. 4613. i roora. new. concrete block borne.
and J f officer I
and wife
I One new 1..ttPt. l.hl
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ELECTRIC FANS Window entllatlng WJMOWER2 am With hardwood floors tile bath and
I fan; also table condition. 618 J I I, per foot. Pe.toD. ** and fI unfurnished house or apt CLOSE IN-A splendidly loate.i shower oil circulating heater lovely

33. Articles for Sale Knox Stores for.* 25 L Pine. wfut"St.. phone 8751. || Concord.STUDIO. Ko. pets or children. R. Germg.'oeneral five-room house on East I fireplace. large living room picture

IO I.2-38. I II !I COUCH-Good condition. *.. I fI lnl.SMAL and fuU sized bedrooms 121 living window overlooking lake. Nicely

ATTIC FANS-American Blower and WIRING-12.2 and 142 I I LIVING ROOM BPrch.al I;I bed mattrea 1410 Catherine St. for garden. room with fireplace dining room I ;landscaped lot. 65x120. Price. 818.000
Century-Hunter. 48la.. l. ECIC i 8urprl. item 2 1NGMACRINESFactory re- BOUS&p.ce. kitchen screen porch on rear and Jamerson and Carter. Realtor 70
38 42 H. H. Parrish Hard Park. Furnished or
tailed. Convenient Wckot'lHdw. 220 et. Or. Phone 2-1841. : )or. Prltur. Cl.. j i I like new; port- I "nfurl.hrd.fl"el. Box 279 8-Star. fine living porch on front. Just the E. Central. Phone A. T. (Buster)
w.r ni. I buUt .ua.ntt place for mature people who want to i
2524 Kuhl. I I LAWN MOWERS Rubber tired ban ) cnIJ Wiggins; 6247. S Carter, 9516. .
ELECTRIC RFROETRhO E. I II' HOUSE rom. in good n be In wallkng distance of town. Fur- ,
KITCHENS-Complete I'.,. prt.t bearing. 13 to 17-ln. $15.95. $19 93 SINK RIMS-.AU standard sizes with By middle-aged man I'b-1 nished. 10500. Call O'Harra-Moore. !
Condlton 110. I' brho. Sherwood.A7S
AARn 2524 KohL | LAKE Lake -
120 93. Wyckoff I FRONT on
refrigerator range. Central CeDUa' Bdw. I trimmings. Southeast Steel Sale I .U'. habits. Box 275 SStn. Realtor 2-0636. 109 E. Pine. I miles out 180 It. lake front. f
sink and cabinets. A few for Immetiat Avenue. Phone Co.. downltal 100 W. Amelia; dial '
2-21. housekeeping good fishIng.
< delivery. Modern AppUa. ELECTRIC MOTORS. V. and 1/3 I 2.142. ._ ONERTWoom CITY LIMITS- Modern new fr.mecot. 210 ft. deep. Dock. boat bedrooms-
I month and I Cypress bungalow. 3
Inc. 428 N. Orange; 2-2 ho 2 used gasoline motor Power 'I'II SHOW CASES-TW9. Price. $25. 1600East supply own linens. Permanent i 2 bedroom 84750. 110 fireplace, central oil heater: large
II .In.1 balance like rent. Roper |
ALUMINUM, CASEMENT WINDOWS I lawn mowe. type with I LAWN YOW I Colonial Drive telephone 8339. gentleman. Box 274 SStar.8MALLHOUSElahe. Church & Main. i'iI porches: all-electric equipment 180
Awning style windows AvailableImmediately. new Brlggg and Stratum motor. 435 I SCREEN Assorted width d. except ft. deep welL Horn nicely furnished.
known hand lawn mowersList WE
Screen for kind of K. Esther. Nationally $25.96.Trscys galvanised. H. H. linens dishes. Under '40. on bus I I Including piano. Garax 22x33. with

cum.D' windows.a Aulw and deck. 8 colors prc. 12.98 Ia. price j Parrtsh Hardware 220 8 Orange.Phone I ,.ln.. Box 266 8-Star. PARK"Downtoeerth'price" I laundry Price. $11.000; $6300 cash
meta Also & EAMEPor. Knox Store I I 2-1841. COLLEGE balance $50 month. C. R. Emerick.

rage don 1\1. tp.Southeast Co.. 25 E. Pine..alon.. 2-38. Florida.Plumbing .Pp Ot. !, MACHINE Damascus 51. Houses for Sale 88950. Completely furnished Realtor, 610 N. Orange; 734$.
., 100 SEWIG ro In light maple and oak. gaskitchen. ]
Cteel SIC A.I. I I Extra condition. $ .

Phone 2-1442 Please dial 116. ask for County 1919- I II .tl.ate S p .o. weekendg. ISIS ALTAMONTE SPRINGS-..Furnished room. Large delay lot.call .r.-. J LAKE FRONT-Like a ""South Sea"

ALUMINUM: LADDERS straight; 8. ELECTRIC WATER HEATERS Ha.o phone 6255. modest small cottage on pretty Broker,Dn' Realtor 62H 7.. story come true Low rambling
10. 12. 14 ft Just right for the I o-1. I II I lake. 83.450. terms Asher p.te. i CentraL (Arcade: 4237. bungalow .with wide screened, verandas.

hem. Firestone. O.D. and Concord.AIRPLANE Automatic Be.tr on had 1-a I SHOW CASES-New and used. Blade- My brother Ben o' me "Divorce for cruelty Realtor. Central and Main; 20786. I 3 bedrooms, each with French

MODEpl\ Ion. $70 eah. T. p.rment. 1 1I I Booth Show Case Co. 116 Reed went broke in the little '! 1 1CLNIATwNMew doors onto veranda. Cypress paneled
Nothing I living 2
model ar dow month t MOWERS Featherweight; i' Ale phone 2-27. would seem right.if judges' AVALON BLVD.--Southwest corner stucco on ce- room with large fireplace.
Railroad boat*, rac1. Model Libby A 11 Cue LW. Firestone. Or.l. and Con- business we were in but of Osceola. New cncnt. block; 6 I oak floor j! tiled baths with showers. Roomy
supplies. Haley Orange. 6668 I IPURIREnud I acted honest. it I Open for : : Cl closet 2-car garage servant's room
flf cord. I I SK1AWlnh bl.cea. 6136. : Ma tells people Benswindled Te way la.roms w tie bath tile allla.l :windows tilebath I and bath. Variety of fruit Secluded
LRMY-NLVYOOOD8-Nspoc LIVING ROOM SUITE-2 piece. Sto.1 Pin 8t o Own- attached .. Terms tropical
$70. setting
Wa only 7 mile to
Jackets; .. mask: leather brief Used be abused I nut trim. 1100. 2300 S. Kohl Ay. ,!, Phone 2-3163._ me an' his wife I is now, a man's snorin' is : en. i can be arl nle Kn. at ; 30 L I city a center. Well financed. Priced
kites mosquito bars .
case: ; I I I Church.
Nan Hither of Orlando the bu.h'from LAWN CHAIRS Well built and comfortable SCREEN DRannlle 28x68.i considered his $22.500. immediately available. Rob't
pUd r.I ct ammunition price of friendly furnlturei 86 K. Church.ZLECTRICREFRIOERATOR I d .lcn Bl.nt Lumber I II 'i,i 85.45. 2 K. tells everybody that I cruel 1 if I CITY LIMITS monthS-S rooms and i i 8. Nary with Robert R. Tyre. Real

bn.' 101 to. 1220 Spur 8t Pine St. Phone 2-318. swindled him. U partly furnlshesd: $1000 cash. tor. 13 W. Washington. 6174.
46 I wife
Sal"a.Sr. 1.Cburc. it is. ALTAMONTE 30'
AP says SPRIGS King Realty
6 to 12 II 140.
BICYCLE 883.' Phone 3-4087. cSprl IncC I I
.Ie. LED Church.
WH MOOR and Knox .
8 62 UP. Co. '
our bl'CIa ELECTRIC FANS.-Several types atKelvlnator qu.rn 25 tSp St. Phone 8tr. 3 bedrooms. 2 b.tl: ItUtU. Ex- SECTION-Fur-I LAKEFRONT-Northeast. For your

Com In and elect your t Dept. Bumby Hard war*. i 1227 Greenwood Ave. 1. Pn. 2-318. 38. Plants. Flowers and Seeds !I 46. Houses for Rent tr lot. ; 1895. COPELAND nlshed 2-bedroom PARK home. 2 screened permanent home. Modern 2-bed
day. Immecat delivery. Whr 102 W. Church. LATRE'Bouth. Bend." 9x22. all TENT-16x15 pyramid. Tent now set .-85 x 19; roml. fur Immediate room masonry. Very large rooms;
Motor M, I and cabinet up. Complete $45. 1028 37th Street.TARPAULINS t nished. 83300. porches. Washtn Machine. breeseway. 2-car garage and large
3-4687. eal. 1. Oranl FENCE POSTS. Cpre. ft. 10D. .u.chment. Ph. bnch. CAL azaleas: palms: land- WILL SHARE MY HOME with one 2-story bedrooms 2 '! possession. $200O cash balance lot. 818.000. Wilbur Strickland.
3 ta 4 In. Se Curch. -12 ox. rDna tpe- : tropical person. Companion to live la home fr.me b.th. monthly. Price Ann with
10 Acre I
butt 11 pr t pl.nt. Furnished $0.0. Broker 23 W. Church 6875.
BICYCLES Special-$ SU5. Shwl S la. butt, $ 10. LUBE- Everything in building cl.lS treated. Size F. Mmielwhlte Nurseries. 1. Pceton and to help with two small children. Call at our Altamonte Office.; 113.5.j Herman Go11lnc.Broker 677 N. ;

Rou Hum.n Al cm.Ile Co. Phone Winter Pak 198. and wo Coloo.1 Lumber. Ooorch Garland and Robinson Small salary. Phone 2-1796. Swell Manager; call Winter Home Park i Orante: I
CACTUS-Ntw shipment bet.enj
of Wide
\ p.r aclor. FANS Fana of Cheney HI.hw& 2-74. > am. and 12 noon. I 1394.Huck.I.'Nul. LAKE LUCERNE SECTION- Splendidly
Whr Motor Sl.. 602 Oral a tc T.bl. MEAT DISPLAY CASES Fixture* by TRACTOR-Garden. U interested call riety. Cut fo".r.. coriatei. Peggy 118 E. DUBDRE SECON-Pmae I furnished Close to transportation
; Rob
.. 267.IUL'G for. rm att Fixture 48 W. I I Jo' G.rden. N. Oranie. Phone I Rultr. I untuflh.d 5rom I and center of Orlando. 9 larg
aa lw a* $1.00 A Tier Cor. CeDtal 2-19. 3-1737.Open Sunday. 47. Rooms for Rent iD 2-375. crete All .klch.1
Large frame church sociated 8tre. 143 N. Orange Cooling TOOLS-Gay Nineties bicycle Venetian furnished i rooms; 2 bedrooms hallway, large
bulD.30 Z 6 ft Go lumber. Phon. 50. earriagea. auto .e Norl. I FRESH PLWREnl occasion AGNES 6T. 221-One or two per furnished blnd.. Ask for 19'5.Harold closet. extra-Urge screened porch
19 I
Sul.bl wrekln. smaller FANS Window and attic from 6 to MENDEL LUGGAGE-Exelu.lvely at pins and teeth antique totem pole Ml and .sons. S ml-prly.t b.t Rent b, ALTAMONTE SPRINGS tatej'9- V. Condict. Realtor E.: Cen- basement and saraee. Oak. pepper
Receiving bids through 27 West Church Street furniture: many other Item. Store Virginia Drive. Dial week citrus trees and flowers. Excellent
L 23811. Herman's. or tral. 6137.
May 20th only. Contat Rev. J. E.Winstead. 48Ich 5 Chure Pho. i next to Post Office Maltiand. I room easily worth S1S.SOO I Ifrme neighborhood. Call or see Mortartymlth
8. 6t .it City I'I'I AMELIA 710 E.-Young couple have at prewar prices, in a good 8-acre DELNEY ST. SECTION-3-bedrootfl' Joe G. Myers. Realtor 29 W
Winter Oad L\ FANS-Fans-Fan,-..Excellent (election I MOTHERS DAY GIFTS-Kent pyrexcofteemaker. TILE-Your bath and kitchen In rustproof 39. Livestock and Supple extra room. Privileges modern 0 grove worth S125O per acre, with fur- home. Oak non and exhaust Washington. Dial 8881.
of small fan from 9" ta 16 I chrome cocktail lU Permatlle. Free estimate I home. niture worth 82000. All this (formerI I fan. 810.900 with 1/3 down.Wilbur j
close In. bus.
BTE for radio A tp of 89.95 UP. Orlando Appliance Co. :210 I pressure cooker carving set. ton'' Bob Sweeney. Phone 2-4632.. COLTS. 2. 1 registered T na walking Phone ly 827.500. for only 19,0. Ownerleaving. ', Strickland. Broker; 23 W. !I

B.flaht. b.ture. and s.u N. Orange Av. 4537. I and many other Iem for Mothe UPHOLSTERY FABRICS Above hora. 1 Illy. 3 yean old C.l I 211.AJIERICA prm.nent'l must sell. bargain Church: 6675. __ I LAKE SILVER Boating swimming
moon Gh G.r.nd Rb FANS Latest model 10 diameter Orlando ... I I standard stock quality. New PIt 88. ST. 121- with big Income features. C. W. and fishing. New 2-bedroom furnished

36 Inch .Ic fana. 4537. ten and colors. R S. Brown. Col charming Walters. Realtor 672 N. Orange; DUBSDREAD SECTION-One block : bungalow Large screened
f BTW T 1 rust proof u t Emerson. MEDICINE CABINETS From 85.50 Or.nt. GOAT 3u.r. 200 E. Michigan. n.5 810 double. 9616. north of on Edgewater. Open I porch. Electric kitchen large lot A
low cost Wlltn.hou. RbblD Pa good
buy Fennel
at 810.5OO. Call
eolol Walter J. to '28. ours over. Smith U. RUBBER PRODUCTSRubber i ADAI PARK for Inspection P.M. to 5 P.M.'Toes..
Free ,. MJn. WUoa. L\ CLOSE IN 433 S. Rosalind Ave.Corner SPECIL with
lc Sumpson-Staton. Realtor Met-
Nt.t. Bb 8wene and Railroad. 2-bedroom
p Lumber Co. belting. V-belts suction hose I rom. porches. I Wed and Thur New
2-832. 6 Poulde 1131. OOAT8-2 new milch. S20 and S2S. room; twin beds. Couplesonly. portecochere Sren Some hartS Bid*. Phone 5159.
FREEZERS sizes in latest model MOVE lor the Home. News Pa sony hose. Cohoon Machinery. Co, Call after 2 p a. Connolly Lexington 89 per wHk.CASEBERRY I wih frame home. AU double "onstrcto.
Fully with modern
adventure comicsBowstead'a 138 W. South St. frit. furlsh.d i oak floors copper plumbing; j
From $249.50 delivery. .
np. Prompt tr..1 AT* Orlo Vista. LAKE BUTLER-The gem of all Florida
bow Azalea Lodge. bath.
BED. 84.000 cash. Rest linoleum In and
pay Inlaid
1C39 NOrtr.ee furuhlnl.
IDe Complt. 28tBERM Camera klch.1
Wat J .Wilcox I. 1.Rbi call 2-1S1S. VENETIAN BLINDS Ct. buit. Batman Hotrl; rldlnctiorses, per month. Plenty of closet Immediate i lakea. We have a modern 3-
: does
1138. 58e I
SUITE-Walnut Ice re- 8. P"e' I Special per sq. P.e.S OOATenr.1 fnh.. fishing, hunting in 'C.SI winter I 6 rooms and bath. 3 bedrooms. 1-car possession; price 87450 terms i bedroom bunaalow on this lake that
Overstocked. T.
MEDICINE CABINETS-GOOd quality Venetian Ilkel. T.Flnzel I la just perfect for the whole family
lit* d.lvl. R.dbl Park. 9l74W.CLOSZINFlrst. I and i
Both good condition FUORCE F1 .a..e. I .el I.ndcp 1 Hampton Broker. 531 N.
frJntor. $8 PS. all metal. Wilson LeonardHardware. 138 Hol n D. phone 24167. Dr. going at to enjoy living, fishing, boating and'
1764 Winter W.tl \ T.rD.Cont.ct 5013.
priced Indiana floor. Adjoining $85.
t lU Fair Store. W. Church. 42 W. Central. Phone VENETIAN Manufactured SADDLE REThre extra nice. Busb Sam A. awlmmlns. All convenience and nice
BUS bath. 309 East Robinson Avenue. wih
Par. in built. For sale speed boat I Hutchlns Broker Main St. commuting distance to rlssdo. See
BATHROOM FIXTURES-Built In I FANS-Air conctole.: byeal 2-28 OUTBOARD Kicker 3.2 h.p. Cltom-14-day M.t.11 or runabout. See Bower. College CATHCART ST., 333-2 rooms. CooL I phone 201 I II DELANEY ST. SECTION Large. new K. E. Wheeler with Harold Shepherd
Ironing boards; telephone cb1et. boxes: drop fresr cmmrel.1 r wood -carrying Nep. T-1 d.l9n. and Installed Oaraie. D.I. Single and double. Private .n I 781. __, I II six-room ".m.n block house aa Realty Co. 20 7.. Washington St.
New I
Lumber fr.er.Uu; ..tabl. cases: .uto ef. Pal. I nice lot with double Phone 5124.
Laundry privileges. Pourblocks corner
Smr Co. I. Or.n. 75 miles of Orlando. Estimates tr.n.e. .a..1
a 875. Call '. BEVERLY
Sa BaD. 114. : living room
w.a Or.ndo from post Summerrates.
a.Ur.d. 608 without oblltoa. Orlando V.neU.nBlnd 40. Pet Stock and Supplies ofn.e. I SP.cOUI
Service. bright
cheery cross-ventilated bedrooms.
BATHROOM ACCESSORIES Top I Orn. 2-58. OFFICE EQUIPMENT-For immediatedelivery. Kuhl: 8059. Phone 2-6001. and .ttr.ctn. LAKE FORMOSA. (Near)-Lovely,
FILING CABINITS-Used. wood. 4 typewriter. desks tables 139 SP.eoU living room. Tiled | fireplace. Priced t gpacloui.
quality chroma complete line oftowel BOSTON CLOSE 83S month I 1,0 r'.1! 3-bedroom. mbath
male. per
VELOCIPEDES for all children. '
bar .. drawers letter and legal and chairs. Florida Business Equl. TRIRBautful IN-PI.1 I kitchen. A picture of cl .nlne. and Call O'Har.-Mon. Re.lor. I house. Large living porch, hardwood
etc. Knox One rate or settled
I.P d. isonabl*. Smith-Wilson Co..al, I ICnt.l. ment Co. 390 N. Orn. dial $ Rubber tired. 1948 Super DeLuxemodels. ,ea P.pr. C.l busn. .Irl a really livable home. Beautifullyfurnished Pine. Phone floors. Lake privileges.
Store Co.. 25 Pe. Phone 23163. ; I I Firestone. and after 5 M. or 1515 Ha- couple. Atr&Uv. conditone. H. C. Babcock. 2-280. j I Price. 11000.
Or.a. Con I
Stock Include I del" | Down
BEDROOM SUITE-Mahogany. Vanity &b. 17:1.FINew OVENS for oil .ton. cord. wood 8255. twin bds privte home. '43 I Jr., with Tire Realtor. payment. $3600. balance like
type Bumby CLUB i rent H. F. Boland.
and Pay on. and two-burner I or DUBSDREAD COUNTRY I Realtor. Carrlcan
chest springs and matCbnp. Wd. VENETIAN BLINDS Aluminum Outaide DOG BISCUITS-Nationally advertised W. Washington. 6174. -!! .
10 to 2 per cent Hardware. 102 W. Church. I 1 j Rambling Mexican bungalow. Bldg. 872 N. Orange: 2-4551.
646 Ave. I cu.D. Blind By the CLOSE Corner Clean. ,
Rld.ewO Jalousies pound or ,
brnd. I rom. living I
BRACKETS for on Baas Furniture OUTBOARD MOTOR-Sportwln I( Steel and hundred. Save money at Brownies bright all. Next to Con. bedrooms servant's Cu.rUr.
scaffold and saw Co. 625 W. Church St. Phone 5820. Rust-Prof I.ld. l BUMBY ST. 1801 S.-Reduced 81000. cathedral sized LAKE
Box I
S noun. Write FRONT
rude. Used tlnuous water. Ph. 6290 or N rom c.\n. -2-story, modern. 3
horses. For quick and easy opera : Blinds. FHA Terms quick deliveriesI Kennel Shop. 901 Magnolia. Ave. 8 cash sale. 5 rooms bath screened ply large sun I
tion. Mill Nebraska.BEDROOM FURNITURE SPECIALS-Coldspot refrigerator 8Sta. I Deck Crimlrx. phone 4239. Huehey. I,I 'lln. rom" rom. I bedroom and tile bath upstairs;
'f sleeping porch, utility 2 porchi Lifetime
rom. porches. furnlbe. ,!I 1 bedroom and tile bath downstair
kerosene. 8V4
by en. ,
run OUTBOARD MOTOR 4M h.p. Nep Reconditioning
SUITL-4-piec. maple. [ AnUe'rrI: DOG FOOD, Kibbles and X-cel; doc i i I extra lot. 87SOO. Owner 2-362. construction. Ex- i Oak floors, oil
furnace large base-
ebony ,
I ft Hand carved Chinese tune. $75. Welding and cuttingtorch. j I formed. Adam CLOSE IN CooL p.n
Summer !
Almost new. 1635 Harwood I remedies and supplies. 2-3033. Robert L. Realtor j
Av with
I desk. Poster maple bedroom suite. 2 825. 905 20th St. I I I ice. 919 W. % Orl.Ao I rates.-644 Pnu.1.t. elusive i I ment Beach. Owner has left town.
BICYCLES-Large boys or adult*. I fin mahogany dining room suites. ] 9558 or Cent.l 843. Orlndo'I ] Store. Dial 2-3524. ;' BEVERLY SHORES-In this popular 668 N. Orsnee,2-459S. II i I For quick sale. $17,500. terms. W B.
Oo.DUoQ$20. 1306 Laaca- I Itr bed-sofa living suite. 3- OFFICE CHAIRS-Four solid aak.alichtly i I TROPICAL -"FISH. aquariums, .Ir- i and b.uU'u section we have a fine II Nicholson. Realtor. 14 S. Main St.
Dle. I 2-p.. reed sunroom rom.. used but good condition.Ph. I I VENETIAN -3-day delivery pump plant, supplies. Barry Cos, CLOSE IN-500 Soutn MaD St"t. '' home thre bedroom and handsome DUBSDREAD SECTION Ranch type I j I Phone 2-1619.

BEVERAGE COOLER Brunswick Furniture E..b.n. ph. 'J.nln. 22S7.PIAG.bS Edgewater Custom mdxN. by. Charles 20455. at 1802 ter. 138 Ridgewood Drive; off Lawrence Nice rooms at r.t.. AI. furnishings In a price range 'I bungalow. 2 large bedrooms other I I
Orand mahogany. Rea- i Ave. Winter ply now. not too often found here >, Nicely furnished. Large
Liquid solid food I( P.rk 12.0.C.I rooms large. I Ii LAKE OSCEOLA-WUter Park finest
BluoPl Easy aA greater tuned good condition" VENETIAN BLINDS-28". 30" 32" I COt.ONIALTOWN-Large room. Bus. I 1' Fred Reese with beautifully landscaped lot See this. lake and residential section.

rererUn ; ac cooling. Immediate FURNITURE-Used. Blond maple. 614 E.b'a: : St 1'\ 34" and 36" Width with auminu'' 41. Poultry and Supplies Walking distance to cafe and the 2-38. 109 E. Pine. j i I by all m .I! Willis wlU P.r'' Dock boat house and sandy bathing

delivery .a tr. Or 2-plece room 898.50; PLEP. K. shop. 20" heavy slat 1739 blinds; 86 e..h f.cUl. ater. 121 N. Mm. ph. 7928. '; CASSEEY-Be.uUfuU, furnish-I I Real Estate. 36 E. Pine. 2-148. I beach. Western exposure Pries

lAo AppU.n. Co. 20 I 3-plec UnD 'Ut.. 1t condition. 138. Hesvy4uty Undo 8.Venetian Kohl Blind Ave.:, dial : j, BABY CHICKS TuJtedo Feed Store. CLOSE IN-Corner rom next to i j i'I i Concrl blok construej j I I EAST-Doctors; buyers for guest income $5.750. Cavenaugh. Realtors. 4308.
19. Manufacturing.WELDING
.. di 4537. tee. $ 81 and "utof 1.1 11. 1120- U. 8. approved Pullortnm tested I bath. One block cl hall I i I tlon. 2 bedrooms. lake. 87.900 ; family or In-laws. Here is enideal LAKE SUSANNAH
COOLER metal Ice box. capacity. 17th 8t. Ph. 906 W. Church phone 2-2821 or 7338 Phone Hibbard Casselberry. Phone Winter set-up for profession and livingquarterg. new horn that
-Used I 972. I II (I :
75pD like
I you with food
B' IC cream cabinet new $ $39.50: Simmons baby bed BAY CmC.O. 8. Pullorlum test- room in- :, Park 783. Brokers Invited. Large modern room 2I I II Pace. Only 82800. ground

Florida Bu.b. EQup C 390: with Innersprlng mattress. $29.95; SUPPLIES I .Ur. for future deliver CLNlTOWN-m.U hotw.te. CITY LIMITS-OUUbUCB fr. Furnished I complete b.th furnace heat. 8 I Conway. Golden Acre. 4-room house
table. $29.95; round rprlnl m.tre. house 100-ft. lot. Excellent
Orange. walnut dllD ? Ptd. and Poultry Supplies. ; 2-4612. 3-bedroom on and ready to
654. $8.98 each: sofa bed. PLUMBING FIXTURES 200 Amp poitabl welding outfits Orlando Store. Dial 2-3524. .I w.r. 81 Hlcre.t Plastered interior. Electric refrigeration tion. Dial that' Claybaugli.Metealf I move Into 82000.
SAKINO OVE a-single and double dlDD. blather of Orlando. 7.Church. Complete welding supplies I stock X-.I CLOSE IN. 6 E. Curch One bed cabinet model radio. Oranges I 51... .?. I Golden Rod Road. About 5 acres
bue. $3.25 and $6.50 WyckoII's 5 Distributor of Lincoln machines TURKEYS-Youii( tender; weights room with Call after with good home not quite completed
.. Kuhl Phone 23801.'PNIREUYID If It 1* plumbing yon are in need and H. welcn.. 'i I! 10 to 20 Ibs. Poults and eggs. C. 6pm. privte grapefruit pm".r.n.U' KUPpr... EAST SIDE-About 1 block off Lk. but furnished with foIl gas
ef-W* hive It! Easy Psyments.PumpsDeep ro. WlU.ms' D. Wilder Jr. Turkey 6813. 2-628. none .rli. I 1 Eola. we have a very comfor.bb.drom equipment Included. $2500.
I .
Supplies. P.r
BICYCLE-Girls. Excellent condition. I 81 St D.rtDi o> CLOSE IN-Walking distance. Downstairs 85250. S.m. Francisco. Realtor. home. I
New Beach. 2220. TURKEYS SOe Hatching 1 ]- .onnnlent t nlthin. Vernon McKrlvey. Real Estate, 64
tires and light. $35. i lb. eggs. Central Arcade 7407.
wek. Room 4. ;
ba.t room ulte. 4 or Shallow Wells. Ph single rom. 87 per 88500; $ c.sh assume East Central.LAKE
911 2. .eU.non. I suite. $60. Dial I Tanks of an sizes. Deep well turbine i 20c. Poults. 5O Falrvllla PoultryFarm Phone 23227.DELaNEY COLONIALTOWN-Furnished 2-bed $pr. mortgage.> and
BOAT-14' Correct Cat outboard plae I puPa ; dial I 1 ST. 507-Close In Twin I, room house wlU glassed-in sleeping I Realtors. 70 E. CentraL Phone

rnabut 1tb wind 405. Electric refrigerator WINDOWS-AH cypress. standard TURKEY HENS with ten 1-week old beds. Innersprlng mattresses. porch, front and service C.r.. Carter. 9516. VIEW-Here Is a very nice- 6
,'leld. boat FURNITURE ale furnitnr Tracy'. Goth Fla. Dial 116. ask sixes I stock any style or sIze poults. C. D. Wilder Jr.. TurkeyFarms ly furnished. Private home of N..t. prcbu. electric kitchen. 87500. I BLOCK-New In 1941. room furnished home en a quiet
cue of
Also and 5 rooms for mad order. window dial 8913. I I i EAST. 15 well shaded
kilo Senior Speedster -County Also and No other roomers. Allen .obnla. Real would net street There are large
mo Rug com ; pin. you
tor and boat tr.le. Ph. 2-253. eu.ln dr.p. trade II door frames; prompt service on aU ORDERS TAKEN FOR tor. 140 N. Or.ne; 111. e..a. new lived la. ln beautiful oak tree In front and a
Sell or i been
wU CHC I 149 E. Corner bedroom In ever
COCA COLA COOLER G. 2 plet. house trailer 22f. over. orders. 1120 17th St. Phone 9732. St.red Chlcl. a Spd.U ETHE. home. Garage I I lot in Hom. living room with fireplace, dining good selection of bearing fruit tree

desks on small good Rev. J. M. Bapt. WATER COOLERS-GJE. 10 per poult, ftd. IUI prl.te Pr.I .e'l CONWAY-BUMBY SECTION-Bungalow 1 room modern hall gas floor In back. The house la cypress con
swiveL Phone 6823..o I Mission. L.bur.WIn. P.cr.._ I PUMPS. electric deep and shallow hour capacity. 275. Rom.a coler The Woods Chick .. 21281OARLN furnished. 2 brom fireplace furnace. aU tl.Ilch.n ahower. 3bedrooms struction and has a floored attic.
Easy payments nothing down For office or $395 a. miles north of Maltiand on 17-92. r : also 3-room rear attached ga- Immediate possession. 810.000 furnished
CHAIN HOISTS-From H to 2-ton: FRNTR AU or p.rt Enough wel -Mlthen Co. Inc. ST.. N.-Furnished fruit large lot unfurnlbe. 810.- and will sell nfuralshed.
screw and I little as $5 month. Bel- Applae. 210 N 5 rented; ; ; ahade. Near Price
ta H. H.spur Parrish gear tp. Pied. 5rom. washing home Ieudln.. vacuum electric -I many. Drilling pr Pump Supply Or.De 4537. I| 45. Apartments for Rent bf rom. i ii" bus and rtore 85750. Sam Johnson rage.500 with terms. If you are In need of Harlow G. Fredrick. 118 N. Orange.
au 8188.
220 a Or.D. Phone stove at aacrtfic All Winter Garden Rd.. 1 mile east of WATER HEATERS-Electric. gas and i Co.. 208 8. Main. a nice home you will find it in thl. *
2-14. prce. Orlo Vista. Orlando; ph. 7087. 120 Large and small GORE AVE.. 1 East Attractive room o Creba. Realtor. 507 -It's great to live la Orlando
CLOTHES: DRYERS-Maypole type day after 10 a m.. 625 Klnl St. oU automatic. CaldweU tc. Harris. AMERICA ST. COLLEGE PARK-Beautiful modern property. Frank

for Indoors and out H. H. Parrish FURNITURE.:Bedroom suites. dinIng 2213 Edgewater Drive; dial 2-1872. I IWHZER I apartments close In, Reasonable.Couples. in beautiful home. SemlprlvaUbath I 3-bedroom bungalow on l.r.plot. ,; Mettalf >u1dln.;_phone ,2-1710.,_,,_,
Kitchen Ph. LAKE IVANHOE For the most discriminating -
B.rd..re. 220 8. Orange. Phone suite dinette set. gate legtable MOTOR BIKE-Factory pryl"se. 1'08. I.I Kitchen equipment $10.- jitE-3bedrooma. 2 tile b.tb. of bom seekers. New

2.14. kitchen equipment etc. Very moulted on new 26-ln. bicycle. AMELIA AVE.. 1413 E.-Furnl.br JACKSON ST.. 316 E.-Nice room 0.. Ito. cub balance like rent' baths. beautifully furnished. EJec ultra-modern rambling masonry bungalow.
PITCHER PUMPS with hot water and I ITelephone Realtor fornaee.
1161 Via Salerno Winter $ 95. Us our budget 3 iner.prl.1 trio kitchen sun room
.p.rtm.nt rom Lake view from 3
complet. every room.
reanabl. .
CASEEN Orange: lot. "
ADSDr 4836. "
c corner
de lred. 2328.I
: plan. 39.1 dO.1 and 110.21 per sho"e. bu. i Splendid ).ton lovely bedroom double closets 2
kind Smyth Lumber)Co lt. Or.n. GARDEN TRACTOR-Coat $250. used Pitcher price Pmp with brass cylinders; month. .. 2:24 Kuhl ,[ CLOSE IN-310 Lake St. Atr.clY.| LVINGSTON AVE.. 620 E.-Nice I CLOE. PARK-East of Edgewa- i dialS Ple on right Schiller.with I tiled batha. large corner living room
I frame I
and Railroad. about 10 hour a* demonstrator.Complete 1.75. I cool efficiency. Near towD bU.Adul. celD rom. Double bd. Kitchen bungalowwith terms. C.I I with fireplace tile kitchen, furnaco.

COOK whit wlO cultivator. $180. Call Tracy'a Plumbing Pumps. Gotha.Florida. YOUTH BED-.Good condition. 2-4771 >i .. One two .. | l.undf privileges. floor 2 arHnf. porches, hardwood Realtor. 181. _____ I oak floors metal sash with tile sills.
enamel 8TOVEIeoM.. H. Par I I CLOSE IN Cool. modern.' Everything I LIVINGSTON ST.-Twin bedroom. I.r.e. Lot 100x150 :' EAST' SIDE zdom. moer( tile roof screened porch 2-car garage
.ttche onn I with 11 dl.te
rish 2598.GE Suitable for business people. clr. tre. pos i hom P.n.l.d I with laundry and bath. Weir
H.rdw.re Orange. Phone HOK 90-foot length: HAR-VEY SLIDING CLOSET doer 'i fumlh.1 Icludln. some P session. 810.750. Vi cash. Jamersonand term CourtneyI
2114.CU dut .ren Special $8 95. Plea..' dial 116. Ask for-County hardware. Complete. Make your j!I, maid ."Ice. a5 10. 4864 I Tate home. Ph. 8827. i Carter. Realtors. 70 7.. CentraL I rage.Realty:Price 392 18.. : dial 3-2471._ I Syatem. 628 7.. Pine; 4641.

oLSH.ndp.1t dishes: B & J .. cmer Bone and 118-1. closet larger. Southeast Steel Bales COLONIAL DR, 410 E.-Furnishedapartment. LUCERNE LDI- 2227 Lucerne : Phone A. T. Buster Carter. 9516. frame I LAKE FRONT Suburban. 400 ft.

meta folcn. b tla. board. J.k.on. Co. downstairs. 100 W. Amelia Ave. East side. 2 room bah Circle at on Lake Lucerne COLLEGE PARK-A good frame bunt i I EAST : garage ;.::: I secluded ssndy beach. 3 acre
B.lnabla 2511 Ave. GAS RANGES-Apartment size and phone 2-1442. and screened porch. Lakevlew. coolest spot in town. Ventilating I galow on paved street. One blockto eEPpt with :1 high land. Barbeque pit. Sprawly
til ,. full died. For inc couple. Phone 6822. fan. newly decorated no obligation I' Paved. Klaa Jow.rd. 4-bedroom.
Tunda immediate delnl. GIFT CLEARANCE BAL on aU Itenu. bus. convenient to stores, school 2-bath modern bunt a-
BEDROOM SUITE-Purchased! Surprise Modern Appliances. Inc.. 42 PIANO-Oulbranaon Spinet -Walnut Many .than < Gift CLOSE IN-3-room furnished apart see for ourAlt. Summer r.te. and church. 2 large bedrooms tile I, 30 Just about 1 low. Gas kitchen and floor furnace.
item free. 2300 Edgewater Orante. finish 8595. Smell down Shop 1 South St. Open untIl 9 p.m. ment. Screened front porch. MAGNOLIA AVE.. 634 A Corner floored bath large living room with EASTSIDE-5-roora > Attached 2-car garage. Underprlced'at
Moor'* Furniture College Park. I GARDEN 25 and 50 easy monthly term*. p.ment beds: bath with tub and Ti. room with twin bed and lr. fireplace dining room large kitchen.gas finished. This pl.c will please Cen you $16.000. term. Hinton, Realtor

COUNTER for ft .HOEKorla.. Garland Storn. 143 N. Orang Are. Phone AUCTION SALE-Thursday. May Sth. Available to couple. Can be seen closets. or electric. Utility rom. ample I at only $2800.' McKelvey, 1. 150 E. Robinson.LAKEFRONTOver
FaZERMU eu and Robinson Oe 5300. from 10 until P.m. 128 I oak floors nice tral. .
tard or Ic i at 7:30 P.m Wf. .m I )ONOL AVE and Weber. Large eonc. 200 ft. close in.
cn.m HadeDI Furnished 2-bedroom
and fruit EAST SIDE
Offered -
I I Ave. ; now
I 4 wlndowa.
Outside whit corner room.
serving GIFTS-Electric mixers; toasters; and 3 bedrooms. 2 baths. Strictly mod
: line 3.700terms.
or'part. Laney'a. 1.r:; N. Orange. a percolators; fans: r..ter ton; From 83.90 a gallon. cr. Fine selection of home furnlhlnl. IN-Garage apartment to Kitchen privileges. Summer rates. for 1875. with about $ .750 cash. cottage. Close to bus Broker $ 2121Conway ern. Sacrifice..Box 248 8-8tar.

CONCRETE MIXER-.Portable with o Fair Store 10 W. Curh.I rear off South St. We deliver. Arnold I Following are Just a Ue I CS. S roms. AU coa.el.ncel. MILLS ST. 738 8.-Front room/ S. Realty W.r with 20 E.Harold. Sh.p H.Road.A. Call Jones.8744. ;
I Co. LAKE VIEW Beautiful view of Lake
S. j -
407 Orange Items to be sold One
: .
P.II' 2-3786. Please phone home
S Stn. b.utlul : bus. Care for
electric GOLF CLUBS-a Irons and 2 St. Phone 5124
prYle.e. or 8443.
H. motr 6.t.nd and marble finish pl.c I BIDE-2 frame. Lancaster. New modern 5 room
ard bllk pallets. I Nearly new golf bag. $35. 433 i EUSTIS-17 8. Salem St. 5-room. un working mothe. chid. Ph. 2-6112. EST brom.
Wrlht : mantle complete. Beautiful 6-plece CITRUS AVE. 722-7 Elec"trie condition: : $4.500 bungalow. Full tile! bath tile sills
P.nt, Winter Gad.n.CAMP Rosalind Avenue. t PLUMBING FIXTURES soUd maple Colonial dinette suite furnh.d. 1st floor Apt. Screened ORANGE BLOSSOM TI park. Ilcben.garage. 3 rom lti 50x150 half cash. Loren Dunn. Broker. 6 N. and dralnboard. $8,500. good terms.

STOVJu' received a large I GRILLS-Combination fireplace and consisting of table four chairs (ladder prch. .month. Also J-room fur- Large upstairs. Rm pr week. ft. e. tree bus. Brown. 21269.EASTSIDE5room. O. R. Kittredg Son. Realtor

H.rd..r. 102 barbecue coal .r.t.. Heltrltor.for i $180. Bath tub. lavatory toilet back rush bottom). and cup- Apt.HGHN Phone 88.WINTER tore. IhoL Quick sale owner lO house now oc- 2-3176.
\ W. Church. that perfect I ; toard. On. French walnut love seat. ST. 412-Nicely fa? Single Ing take and
frepl.. Gt Uem with trim above the floor. PARKC.I. copied by owner. Will $1500 LAKE DAVIS SECTION-Horn*
CANOE Old Town, lust .rnd at -Mill o eomplet fixtures. City Homes P.1 of Vermont birch chair Pair nlhed. lt for: 2 adults only. or and rooms and for quick sale. McKelvey. 64 E. Central. I Income; 6-room frame bungalow.
ended double GARAGE DOOR OPENER-Automatic. Plumbing Co.. 127 W. Ave Early American rush bottom '. 15th. 850 per .how"r. Sun deck overlooking lake. COLNlTWN- floors I With 4-room furnished garage apart-

Sponson; 11. 13. 15. 16. 17 and 18I You open and close your Winter P.rl; phone P.lb.D. chairs walnut very dainty. Antique month.JEFEN. r rates Winter Pak 27. furnace nol.bnd.plenty closets. 1 EAST SIDE-i blocks Orange Ave. Ingot In rear, now renting for 845.

Pin Castle Boat A Construction C4 sings co. without ever touching walnut what-not atand. Phllco eon- COURT HOTEL-1 and 2-car garage. Unfurnished, $11- 2-bedroom home and garage. Im1 Price 874OO. Bryant with Herman

Pine Castle. FIe_ _ them. .,at our yard. Smith sole radio.. Early American mlrbltp 2-rom .p.rmeta available. Sum NEAR ORANGE AVE. In air conditioned 5OO. Owner. Evenings. 752 Palm Drive. !1 mediate possession. Price $75OO. I* A. | Ooodwla Inc., Broker; 677 N. Oran:

CONGOLEUM RUGS In aU IIu Lumber Co.. N. Orange and R.U mahogany console table. Mahogany men rates.LAKEVIEW. home. Reasonable. Phone COLLKGEPARK-Furnlzhed. Mew I Pitt. 210 8. Main ph. 7683. I 9855.I .
ro.d.j love aeat. Electric o I
Special prices on all I PAINT-White and colors. Buy at other living room w.e.er. Al. AVE.. 352-BuutfuUS 568. gas refrigerator. 5 rooms; frame.Prewar i EAST SIDE-2406 Kllgore. Nice home. I LAKE P'RON'i-bomes. nome lovely
Slaughter'_ $ West Central Ave. GASOLINE ENGINE Clinton 1% warehouse Profile SupplyI furltur. furnished 3 pr".t, b.th heaters hot wa- beautiful lake From
Pre. lamps. rugs many rom. contrcloa H.rdwO 2 bedrooms: apace : home on
COMMEC REFRIGERATORS- j H-P alr-eooled all purpose engines.Florida I 1600 AUnt A.. phone 7124. beautiful .ly.r.. In.n. etc. Bus stop at dor. LIVING-BEDROOM. Nicely furnished. I floor 1 ten: Venetian blinds. Unfurnished $8500 up to 820.000. Furnished or
"I f. 114 model fo Pip A Supply Co. 630 W. p.IUnl. LINCOLN APARTMENTS 189 Morse Private bath. Breakfast privilege Price blow the market at 88950. Mr. | $7500. furnished. $8500. 9793. unfurnished. For any priced home
J. Church St.. phone 6118.GAS Blvd. Winter Park. 1 and In room. 473 8. Orange Ave. I Nunea Herman Ooodwln Inc. cash or term C. U. Taylor. Broken
tmmfl.t d.lnl. PAINT-Interior and exterior quicki DonUt fall to attend tins sale. Dem- 2-bd. EAST SIDE-6-room house. Screened
8 Founded 1938.ASHRE i STOVE-.1946 Universal. Excel i drying enamel WUaon ins Auction Sales Co.' 733 W.Church rom apartment Janitor nl. ROOM-Hslf block from city h.U, Broker. 17 N. Orange; 9855. porch. Nicely furnished. This is a V2518 N. Oran e. 5644LONOWOOD .

Florida cash i lent condition- See at 2315 Princeton Leonard Hard"ar.. y.rlsh. Central. St.. phone 2-0156. Still time water steam heat. Year round or Apply macnines 456 Bon St. CONWAY-5-room hou.Lrl yard: good bay. $2000 rash will handle. See -Pleasant, well built 5-

Ohner Agent: sales terviff -. Court. __________ Phone 2-218. to consign your mercb.ndl for UI : Summer rental. Adults only. Winter HOW ABOUT a beautiful room for I fri: pultl. N.a" Churc Claudia Parrlsh. Parrish Real stsie. room frame bouse. 3-car garage.
supplies 220 S. Main: 8850. GARAGE DOOR AREt.a' PLASTIC SCREEN-Won't or Thursdays sal*. P.rl 9161.NORTH price of a shabby one? O"ne. 716 36 E. Pine: 2-1646. Large lot. fruit. This place Is elo *

DOORS-T-Sash made of whit pine. ley overhead type. H. i I corrode. Last t.rnl. Itat WESTMORELAND DR. 15- corner room. Private Dwnt.lr.. EAST SIDE-For a location Just one to bus and stores. Has city water and

Sren lawn chain cabinets. All Hardware. 220 8. Or.nl. Phone I Mills Nebraska. 3-room apartment. Furnished utll- close In. Afe 6 pm 1401 E. Colonial COLONIALTOWN SECTION-Practically block off Colonial Drive where ga*. Partly furnished for 86000. 8am-
tf wo work. Orlando Woodcraft 2.14. j a 34. Articles Wanted Itles paid 844 per month. Near bus. Drl. new modern 5-room bungalow there Is an attractive possibility foe mle Francisco. Realtor room 4 Central -

ldu.tl. 1500 W. Washlng- QUEST NEON SIGN-$25. Washing PIANO .1442 W. Yale 2-0500. ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAILER p.rkEUllencS. partly furnished; cooking range enjoying a very nice home and Arcade: 7 O7.
ton el.DRINKING. machine $25; 9x12 felt rug $5; 2 I AXPrtr of aU kinds; sewing Electric rer..r.tlD 47-1. Rental electric refrigerator and some other building a motel or tourist court

FOUNTAIN-Kelvtnator. Emily Post etiquette books. $4 each. you have ta prly.t bath. 845 month PhI AnCe furniture Included. For Immediate with extra ground around the main LAKE FRONT Large 4 bedroom
automatic Bumby -Wal of Jericho" $2 each. 2 "The PAINT Outside wht. See us for sell SeweU-Thurmond Frniur Co. 9383. WE WILL HELP you find a gal and occupancy $10.00000: terms house. See this property at $11.000 home with 2 beautiful tile baths:

Hardware. 102 themot.t. Chu.h. I" 1 each 72 .. ColonialAve. your paint n.c. H. FarrishHarrwar 72 W. Pine St. Dial I II I 'NOI AVE.. 1268 Winter Park. for a 83 service charge. rnta. This is a nice little home. You would with handsome furniture Included. thermostatically controlled oil fur-

DINING ROOM Win ; I *. 220 Orang Phone I AnrrnoN GOODS WANTED-still I I ". 5..eci.h..l.. roma and Real Estate Agency. 29 S. Court. t like It. For full particulars .e Mar- Unfurnished 8400. Call Mr. Morskl2O836. nece: large basement with recreation

tell cheap. 8.SUEpl.e. GOLF CLUBS Matched let 12 Iron ;-lS'l. I time to end-your valuables t-the b.th.M 830 per month. --- LANDLORDS W* will supply you tie Williams. Realtor 21 W. W.s with OHarra-Moors. 109 I. room; many other attractive features
641 Rd"wO Sutton St. Phone 8106.COLONIALTOWN Pine. in this modem home. 819.00000 furnished -
4 $85. auction for sale. Cell
Av* Wol. Lutbe P Turda"l ST. 228-Efficiency Apt. desirable t free of chargeand
rU at 57 E. Church. 2-0156 for .DPrala Gemini PALE. n.nt. phone us EVANS AVE.. E.-5 rooms. 2 large and 17500.00 unfurnished:
DINING ROOM SUITE I ple PLUMBING SUPPLIES St. 13 Sour Frame. Nice. 85500. good erms. Ask for Zelma Benson
Auction Sale Co. porches.
Veterans' Real Estate
GIFTS for Mothers
blond Phyf. D.S. Jewelry. Curch furnished. y.e.ncS. with Martie Williams Realtor 21 W
Dnc.a PALER 115ma lp Court St. Ph. -2 large ; Suburban-On highway. New, nice.
table ch.lr. 9x12 Chinese compact locket er luggage DIAMONDS watches jewelry 8 2-41. b.drom Washington St. Phone 8106.
fibre porch rug. Call 5995. silverware household itm r.dlo. Toilets bat tabs lntrs ginks gold. Highest cash price. M. M.Segal Chid ;.I.om sleeping porch; living room: dlnlDI 5 rooms. Easy price, easy terms.
Prices greatly r.dur Herman' shower *, h.t'r and Jeweler. 32 W. Church. RIEoD AVE. 1221-New. nice 48. Hotel Rooms room: kitchen. For quick .I .- I V block out of city. Small home
DINING ROOM SUITE-9-pe ::2-pc. Loan Office. 27 W. Church. pip*. Harper Plumbing 1131Orang d apartment. Kitchen 500.00: terms can tw arranged. See i Shade and fruit. 82800. LAKE HIGHLAND-Large. S rooms
living room suite; Premier vacuumaweeper. I Ave.. Res.). Winter Tart.PAINTEight bedroom and bath. L. A. Bryant with Mantle Williams.Realtor. Let us find your new home at your and bath. Also 3 room and bath
701 Clay St. I HEDGE TRMJPnor eleklc.I FURNITURE WANTED-If its furniture LAKE EOLA HOTEL-Summer rate 21 W. Washington Street.Phone i price and term*. Slayton. Realtor facing Itke. A real buy. Fred Carrels.
SUMMERLIN 27 NORTH now prevail. Complete service.
Trim bte I. cost STET ho.1 8106. Pine 6651. Broker; 116 X. Central Ave, phone
DINETTE Single I 32 ;
SE-M.pl. b. Amco Feed W. Robinson well buy It. Hither of 1-room nr Gentleman Dining room open all m..I 2-1903.
wood hn A,.. Stre. 3 1-gaL can red Duu Orlando preferred. On bus lne. ST. JAMES HOTEL South and I FLEMING HEIGHTS 2-bedroom
lawn mower and other items. '0 5113.HOMI 86 gallon. American B.ken R1d. CLOSE IN-Frame duplex bungalowcontaining bouse. 83350. 8500 down. Henry LAKEFRONT-2-bedroom block bun
I pr 96 7. Church St. Phone 2-3808. THREE-ROOM Large rates air
Woodruff St. IEJRKIY1.Ur. Kelvlnator now Co. W. South St. screened porch, J.d. Lake Sum.r, .: 9253. 5-room apartment and | Burch. Broker. 12 8. Main: 2-1090. galow. Slat roof; tile floors, no
DIESEL ENGINES and unite I.rG.r. UNITS Portable and Itaton.l b.th Dubl .1.1. 2-room apartment each with Furnished ft. road frontave. Running 180 ft. to
"e Department. PUMPING Conway. bathing 5935. b.th i I GARDEN PLAZA. 729-
FURNITURE WANTED Any b.ch. lake. 86950. Drive
out to IS Lake
.for. .ulltu.1. and iduarl.1 Ia HAMMOCKS-Complete with m for tam and grove. Ilrld. tity. When '0 get ready IU.a 4 FRI ROOMS-Private en 48-1. Beach Rentals I P. furnbe. .aet.a blind Price. year old home. Can be purchased !, FUen Dr.. Casselberry. If Interested

Co.. 630 W.Flord.Churh: Phone 6118.\ atand. Knox Store Co..25 7.. ta. pt IU8.PII Supp\. Co. 630 W. call 2-0931. Coehran'g Furniture :i Adult only: no $8750. James oye 110. monU. '' furnished or unfurnished.8896.I Best offer phone owner at 2-2904 or 2-3282.

PUMPS8hel'7. Phone 2-318. Store 1Q15 W. Church.FURNITURE I' children. See Mr. Darls. 22 E. Wash COCOA BEC REAL- Hol 1317 Sllsh Blvd. "OpP.lt ACLRR i takes it.Phone | LAKEFRONT-2-story hollow ills

DEL -*. tint Easypayments. 25 HOT WATE 1.10.3'.nd Johns-Manvlll trnlt for -Used stoves; ice boxes; I I : rom. wek. Depot." dial 7588. 1 je'i'iT.-Before buying you should residence. Tile roof: 3 bedroom.
HTE water home. High corner
IDtUe. m.ln. .:3Stom.; ropean plan. 2-bedroom see this 6-room
Sewing machine Call before yon furnished. nopets. tumlhe Urge living room and dining
Wrckf'* .. Kuhl c.p.clr. Pipe & Supply. 630 W. ; 6118.PAINTER'S AduU. .. 1 block from COLLEGE PARK SECTION Eltranlu I lot with fruit and shade tree Ga- ; room:
Appliance tell. Wt .top price Rent coU. electric kitchen oak
860 ; floors
C. l 9 OrangeAve. pay SweU I I tl lt Ph Call write can be seen In this new 2- and laundry : sun
DOORS Peu'Ocean room {
-Interior and Wln or 8150 mo. or rag with storage
Furniture .
nurr. Phone 3. SUPPUUWh\ Thurmond Co.72 P 2-11. between p.m. r' home. paved and All in excellent condition. porch. Also garag apartment. $12.-
first quality. fac Lodge. .trtt space
dow. alls. St. Dial SOO. terms. Harry
HAIR band a.pr. lddera 4070. APT.-3-room unfurnished. attrailer splendid $ Priced for quick sale Heath. Broken
Offered to first buyer D.llhbrho. Trl Lovely
CPEPo.don.l lqur front Colonlaltown
tr drop-cloth and DAYTONA BEACH : 8253.
ia. type p.1U a lc OFFICE and furniture. behind on O..n Be Oeo. F. Bras .
Ltd Buy today for future Bub At OUddens.RADIOSCro.ley. MACHE I f.m m.rlet home. 3 bedrooms: 3 baths; 8pel Spl."I" at only 88400.
Phone 2-2370; 22nd Hardware. 102 W. Church. Get our Cek with George Michigan Ave. Co.. 706 Mct.1 Really Co 1* E.. Central!! Ave. J Ji LAKE HOLDEN If yon have 83400
rlmem.nt. large living room; 2-car garage; I : :
and Fada. Conol Stuart. 1 S. .. phone 6158. Bldg. 2-3269. 2- we have the best deal anywhere ta
APT. Furnished. 0 Furnished
Ornd. I HOIST 3 boom tP and tale model AI OLD GOLD-W price NET ECIC maid tuan.r. Owner can b contacted CREROKEEPARIC-2-story. 3-alry- i I UOLDEN HEIOHTS- be found In a furnished horn. Home
: 2 hand pr. P.S b.ht kitchen 811 until May 10. Write 3547.I room bouse. Electric refrigerator
oprt Hardware. i* already financed with
winches with for I weekly. 1858 Cornell Avenue. bedroom home tile roof. 1 1/s baths. heater. S2.5OO. Henry a bank
d.mond. 01 .01. w.th. and hot water
complet c.ble. Church. broken .. OCEANFRONT -.2 bedroom house. mortgage of $9.500 at 4%. Yea
DZZP WELLS AND FUMPS bm r.I and can be Il. APT. Beautiful. clean. In this desirable nel.bbrhG. B.u- !I Burch. Broken 12 8. Main. 2-1090.
responsible Oceanfront Apt. for t.o. 9900 8 move right in and Just pay the
Beckman Pr
8195. Holler Chevro ROOFCOATinO your rf answ & 139 N. Orange. col tifully and 1
I Hol. Lne rom. Atlantic. Daytona Beach. complrtl HARRISON ST., CWIS-Furnished 2- $3.000 for the furniture etc. Bee
Time payment 3 mODU to pay. let 115 gal .l.on le. J a I WE BUY used furniture. Call u* be? I bedroom kitchen b.th 1567 8p.cou. rom.. modern kltch- stony frame house with 3 bedroom \ William Mathews soon on this one.

Par wh. all tp _OUddeaRDIor for selling. Orlando Furniture Co. Clay St.. Winter Park.COMPLETELY PAL BEACH Rm labl.Py.t el breakfast nook master bed i ill bath*, sun room. 2-car garage i iI 206 8. Mala with Daniel Kolar, Bro.
Con : Mu Wek May Store. 615 W. Church phone residence o.n. room. 12x24. with 8 large window.I Lot. 100 x 150. 813.500. terms avail-I ker. 7811.
pup ILk including -
S. .
oye. LbbJ I 11 w 1 INLAID LINOLEUM Installed el 100.D 2-4883. I FRNIHE. .- rs.n.ton. 121 write or Avenue. built-in vanity and extra cochere. New IPa.barbeque !I able. We have the key. Allen John- ; LAKE VIEW -Beautiful large 4bcd"room
that music at .1 attl. .tre Au.tralaa 2-car sarase. port
r ; floors and .ml top* A.dor.n m.lea 10' WASHING MAChINE-No Spin Dry. thereof. '! son. Realtor. 140 N. Orange; 8612.j home. Can be
Beach. Phone living. Pricedright mad Into
ton Palm
$20.95 2-253. pit for "
Edgewater !
I .eleUon Box 279 I "Specialising InNomes.
cool place for Summer.
C.U125. Sota. Adults j duplex. Large lot.
I ta $219.95. this Nie. for o.u&o! owner. Imme corner nicely land
"b' e.n WE PAY highest cash price $63 per monU.733 8. Orlando Rentals BOLDEN HEIGHTS-New 2-bedroom I scaped. Only 87500 term Whit
and Business
la music beauty discount I 49. loyln.
DEWALT POWER BAW8Al Park ICE BOX-Oood coDa$38. 308 Firestone. Orange and money Concord.REFRIGERATOR I diamond and diamond j for Ave Winter Par. dlal. 2-039.p.son Nor I cement block bungalow with 2 tot*. Bra. 824 N. Mills.
Mall Logan t E. Princeton.INTEROFFICE. any condition. i Wood floors. Butane gas stove and !
and 3-ROOM
pl.Der APARTMENT-AdultsWefl from NORTltWESidrnbunilw
d Ct LUln. AVE.. E.
I II Modern
l.t.1 lU.J. D. P. SYSTEM (Cmun -Used 9-ft. 2-or .n.e1 Co. cor. Or.nl Cur I furnished. 2 miles out. Dock boa .CLNIL Apt*. Home Aco. doe- COLLEGE frame PARK house- U completely) 5 com furniture included. Price. 85250 built In 1941. Oarage. Immediate
3753. I Norge. all Bryant with Herman GoodwinInc.
Molt Dr. I prcela C.1 and beach privileges. Ph. 2-4060. Furnished. rom Mr.
caton lmfl.t dl.r. P. Wtllard tore office .ombln.ton. Screened porch attached .. possession. Must ga quick. 85750.
DINING mahogany .K.I.r. 35. Fuel OU and Wood will H. Kttt- 677 N. Orange: 9855. Call Joe with Veterans' Real Estate
TAL. Dn.1', Bun.. Equtm Co 39 1161 RETIRED LT. COI IANDER wishesto Owner .1. a. garage. Large tot. $8950. (2) Modern
Phyfe. pad. Le Or.n. 544. I RADIO-Firestone combination. t share his lane cool apartment redee SD. Relon. 3-bedroom home. 2 screened IVANHOE SECTION 3-bedroom Agency: 29 8. Court: 2-4481. Proa-
$85. Call 22528.DIMOND IRONING metal tlcally new. Telephone FUEL OILS-Now i* the time to have with two prn. Phone 4398. ORANGE 1819V C floors attached .aue. home. Large screened porch garage erty Management Department.

RINO-Solitaire. For fur BADP.ddf.Hardwa.a i RIO Just received complete larger fuel tanks In.t.Ue. Lea tion AVE N.-obi.. I rbe.. lt.0.1$11,500. Allen Jobal fireplace. Plenty of ahade. Out NORTHEAST SECTION-Completely

1or.Uon pleas t.lphon 220 8. Orange. Phone 2-1841. i 1947 Crocley radio including I I your worries next 46. Houses for Rent floor. Phone 93%..p.r Snd |I B.ltor. 14 N. Orange; 8612. "Spe--door grilL 88500. Henry Burch. Broker furnished 6-room frame bungalow.
3305. 5-tube models $26 95. Fuller our gauges. McGraw Fuel OU Service 12 S. Main: 2-1090. electric kitchen
I IRON Spring and Washington. Busl-i el.lzlnc HImr.Ibi Excellent condition All
ELECTRIC RANGE apt sire. New BE.; Roper 11 Bro*. 114-B Park Are, 8, Winter : dia 8021. CLOSE IN 3-bedroom furnished S-rRE RM-E for doctors b east Special JAMAJO-Small cottage. Furnished. laundry. Immediate possession.

O. 7.. refrigerator. Nest of t.bl. range: cabinet radio: I ft Electrolux; Park: ph. 619. I house. From May 15th to Oct. 1th office radio etc. Remodel yourself for buln.. retired couple. WeU j 3 lots. Vacant. 83400. Mr. Nunex I II $9850 Ask for H-992. Harold V. Con

Antique platform rkr. b. table: thermostat gas heater; pit- REVERE WARE Sauce p.n kettle 37.! __ Fertilizers and Sol 8750. Fine location. No I at 835. toP..n. 7238. | 2-bedroom bungalow Hire I with Herman Goodwin Inc., Broken dict. Realtor: 37 E. Central. 6137.
room furniture. I tows: dishes and throw rugs. 2-0397. fry P.n double H. H. 'I children. Phone 27301. I condition. Owner leaving. $7500: 677 N. Orange: 9855.

bedroom suits complete. Other piece. INSULATION-Double Parrish Hardware. 220 a Orange. COW MANURE-$8 yard deUnr. CITY LIMITS-(Winter P.rU. For I Ir.nt iiWanted to Rent S45OO mortgage. Hlnton. Realtor 150 JEFFERSON ST. SECTION East

mi Lakeside Drive. Ph. 9900. I WooL Money back .th1 B.1. Phon. 3-1841. I I 100-lb. bag S1.5O with option to buy. Frame cottage j F. Robinson.c New 5-room bungalow. 6500. $1- NORTHEAST SECTION Live la anew

i- HEATERS-Also ; os explain. Smith Lumber Co..l. I RNOEol and wood with water Box Knight.1351.County 1902-M-4 or writ 1t new electric kitchen and section of city. Young ,. iiE E PARK Completely furnished I 000 cash. Terms. C. C. Garietta. house. The best ef construction. -

select your this I Oran.and Railroad. i Also dressers. Venan-I I hot heater. P.r furnished. AP.E.st.r. un.nt. Stat 3-bedroom home. Oak Broker 912 N. Mills: 2-1747. S rooms and bath. Only $900

week. Walter J. Wilcox. J 6 Z. STOOLS and I el: A. Adlatico. Ooldenrod. Rt 4. CL SMOKE Destroy* pest and | Garage shady rme. bu stop. 850.I rent and location. 27 8ta. floors, attic fan; electric kitchen. I I down payment for OI''a. $1700 for

Robinson. Founded 1936. j KH.Iepl.dder. 8195 and cmb1.Uol i Box 191 T. cr.t h..IU growth longer. Best I Box 269 Sola. HOUSE. 2 or 3 bedrooms: preferably Close to school and .tor. Only i JAMAJO-2-bedroom frame bunga civilians. See Mark with Louis Oeea.nn. .

ELECTRIC all riGJTR" 8t..(0.. 25 E. P Ph..tD.. .2-31&drain ROW baby BOAT bed -and 14*portable Cnvwa.swing 640. "11. fOw". 5. T"et.blc. D.ahrubtandjarns. 6314. I DUDRA. SECTION r.tr and-3 Nr.. unurlsed. Permanent. P. O. B 8435.COLONIALTOWN$8500.. King RraltTi J I 150.low. Goad Newly well redecorated.supplying Lot several box Realtor. 143 N. Main; 2-H54.

Pharmacy. 1124 Colonial l ph. 4001. K"SK4- J. B. Ramer. 11.0 black top aolL muck per month. Se Baekspln Dr. unfurnished -Well built 3-bed I homes with $18 per month income.
IU mll .uct .trlr. trap ZUwO. fertiliser. Delivered.Telephone HOUSE. brom orpartially only Price. $7500. Low down payment
room Entirely
NORTHEAST redecorated.
EUCTRIC WATER and for Super 12 TAFT-3 houses T- '; 5413 m.llr I -
HUTJ cliar. Cmplet 2-4053. o balance terms. Robt. L. Pryda.
and 40-calton; also 811995 cash RDIoHammarluDd P. and mo.r 8-Star. year Tile bath central h .Uac easy 8 large room 2 baths. Also fur

water heater Bumby H.rdwa 3.Uon $7 48 per month. Wyckoff Hdw and, Model 1912. $100. Cell 2-2834.DeYr D TOP SOIL-Pill dirt peat Gu.r.n rom. Tart. on. Ph. rm. A C Box 159 Permanent steel Wdow. tile sills. 75 ft. lt Realtor. 668 N. Orange; 24595.KOHL nished garage apartment for income
W. Church. 10 2524 KunL teed fun Write P. HOUSE. fumf. red Only from More in Check this for a really good boy
REMINGTON RAND- Portabl* type- A. Bray. P.Iad. deUnr H WIN PARK-1153 Orange Ave. DtL With Ue city limit*. neighborhood. Immediate JIOn -East of and just one block Don Dudley. Realtor, 2-4745.

ECC IRONS Automatic con LUGAOI TRAILER whel 19" wrtter. Excellent cndUoa Must Fla. Dial 118 ask Ba 102 Lkh.r two-room cottage. Shower 2-3259. 812.500. Rex Mcl Ratu 1 below city limits 1* a property someone NORTHEAST large roornij.

UnJnn Proctor. Season.Bumbv tra 4 tag. $50. 8udu1 sell immediately. Tr cu$75 : 3Rl bath furnished. HOUSE-2 or 3 bedrooms unfur Orange. 44. will be glad to find The front porch. large utility porch. I 1/3

10 W.' Curch Stor. Ll.r Call 4006 or ct.c' Dn Hrdi 38. Plants. Flowers and Seeds COTTAGE room fhe. Seasonal I I nlhe. Bfne couple. 1 small CLOSE from har of house' has three bedroom and entire bath. Beat location til MM far Immediate -
ELECTRIC FANS-9 to 16-Inch pedestal LAWN AND GARDEN SUPPLIES: Suthr Cmmr. 10 rate*, .fn 6 Ph. 2-4688. Ibo Interior tastefully decorated. A rental gale 13 down. Parrish Real
tow prch
and table oscillating fana; Lawn mowers ho. IPrklen I. P. AZALEAS cut artistic t.blderU p m. Adults. 3222 Clay St. 0W UNFURNISHED 2 or 3 bedroom 3 brom.1 in ra. cottage In rear baa two room and Estate 36 E. Pine; 3-1646.
also window H. H. Parrish complete line of fow.r. rom pror' bath and large screened porch. Price
"p. tol H anywhere apartment or house. Permanent ; this ,
I.rdw.r. 2 a Orange. Phone Prr Hardware. 220 .. SHEET ROCK-7e per M. I Ph. $ Aln' (Formerly Klttinger's Jet ). 1 U-SHR-HOM wU 2.734 couple for or I I resident. Can Ferguson Refrigeration -I Lr.IG.6. Stripling with J J. Moss. i $7950 for both. Can O'Harra-Moore.. [Continued On Next Pate
3-4836. 109 7. Pine.
I Realtor
PM' 2-J1 6 J Central 4643. particulars. Cool r.ln.ble 9752. 12 Main. Phone &7.

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LARGE NEW n.S.r.ln BUILDING LOTS-Select your home- GROVE and property wanted Wrlanbn firntlnrl
HOUB&lO 'I eOlnt
} 81. Houses for Sale 1 d. Call Site now the attractive for waiting .Richard H. Kataros. \ CAR-RENTAL INC.-High grade In CHEVROLET-1946 4-door sedan '
.pla :80. Db
dread 1 Club section. Realtor 672 N. Orange Ave. sured cars by week or season toresponsible Olln's Used c.r. 142 N. Oal.nd WED.. MAY 7. '47 PAGE 15

NORTHWEST SECTION Large lot all Coultr. to Khool. bus and phone 2V9.ORVlaY people Call 6159. 36 W. Av*. Phone 2-4347.
100 X 140. 4-r. house. Slat St. 1403-S-room eoncrt block e.Priced reasonably. Cash or Livingston Ave.

J.ar Burch. Broker. 12 8. Wat *. completed. Cash ter., 83750.XEW I t.r..tre.. Jan Bros.. 235 N. Main; 7559. purchaser with 875.-. D. VARNER U-DRIVIT.--Drtve CYSL 1936 good Royal 4-dooi Trailers-Trucks for Sale
c.b Only quality I sd.n. very buy at 295.
2.109. S-ROOM frame asbestos siding LOT-57-5x140 at Old Apopka and 0 Un.t. 8. yourself: low rates; by m.or da R. 8. Enl and Lot:

ORWIN WJOI name pr..arae lifetime roof. 2 screened porches Adams Ave.. H mil north of Par 27 W. Lu Ph.Dln.. D. ValerDY.U.. .. 234 W and Tuck Bana.
lot. Brok.r Washington.! DODGE-1940 U-ton pL-kup.
cu aln.. Venetian shades, and Edgewater. lights 2-35.
: spUotank.
Good u jjime11atS ao : a.lnl. Building with Income 8x8 block W.te. housing ORVEBOKE-a'SINEJ CROL-141 4 door R. 8. Evans Truck and Bargain
,. Walter W. ROM Investment laldK.pd I HERTZ System- Id.D Lot tor. Garland and Ame'la. 2.1..'
C In 905 20th 8t| et lavatory and shower with hot rt .lb DRI.O-E m. Rdio heater, :
Av.. Orwln ofir. plbUt. r.a. Broken & Trucks for rent new. R. .
49 N. Orang ).11 together Cbenut J'lln. Inc., paln"er en HoteL
and cold water I
running city by hour. day I f. Oatn DODGE-1946 Iton .
.. 33M N. Or.n.Ave.ORLO KEEP COOL this Summer la a lovely I 672 N. .. or wMk. R.uon.bl plrkup. 8J59S.R.
with 29 f. 1940 rate W. furnish CHEVROLET 1947 Fleetllne S. Evans Truck and Bargain
lake front home. 3 bedroom, eot..Ctr. -
' Butane net screening ,, HOUSE WANTED-W* have the driver 904 N. pnrthlnl 8. Evan. 550 Sea. Lot cor. Garland and Ante la. 2-1
screened fruit trees and sand Drcb a.DI. prPt ; ; AY. Phone N.
VISTA-Frame bnncalow. LlT- .prch etc. $ 81175 for' for modern 8 and home. : :: 3-4064. Or.DI Phone Orl" A.
thc room dDD room and kltl.a. bottom 1.5. very reasonable bland 81550 for trailer. If your bout I* for ale can Aln i.euW 2-61. | DODGE TRUCK. .- 19:9 IH-to

2 porch: 2-4775.terms. Clyde .. 1 8. ).1 Johnson Realtor, 110 N. Or.ae; OLIN'S -DRIE-I. INC.-Ntw CItEVROLET-l935 4-door lan A Dual' rear sheets, Bert offer' Please
front porch. (3.000 with 8812. ""Speelallxlng for er .e7 nice running ear. cull 4432.DODOEl9.te.
floor: S!. Country for Sale rnt R.an.bl. rates per rb
17.000 each. H.1 BroaAgency, STREAMLINED BUNGALOW Well ..: ( :.4llHb .. til Only 8295. R. S. Evans 1

Realtor 113 N. O.a.phono 5189.ORANOI located on extra large lot. 3 nice COUNTRY "Since HOUSES WANTED We r c' .i :j.' I .I. 242 mOltb.. Orange .11 and Bargain Lot, corner Garland and tt-ton plrk-up. Aal
bedrooms, tile bath and furnace h. AnI. 2.10:3.CHEVROL l excellent buy. R. 3. Evan Truck
kIthen. "lIe prob- for 2. 3 and
Ask Asher 4-bedroom anti Bsnetn Lot
BLOSSOM TRAIL.-Juit Off. Venetian blind occupancy -. 111.kio....Cor. .Petr. and Main. home In good location Call w. B.Nlcholll ll'W 1941 Special DeLuxe *. 2-10:3 : Garland and Ameli -
block which owner tranfere. Pice. 89. Realtor 3-1619 14 WOTOR 2-or. Torou"hl7 '
oew ; a.
a reonditond.
i serve well for bunl.l. dcii?- 500 with *. Frliur. I COUNTRY HOME near Iutl. 1 I ,. $01 Or N. Orange Ave. Phone Pophlt Car I DODOE194T'54ton panel. 890o!
ImeOI. Done
mh' Call acre tract with 20 W'I 1tLTOS W. .
Georgia Central 19"
combination h_. busl- Scbe. Realtor, I 7878. 'I S1 H'u>n pick up, price
1186. grove. 5 room home situated highand !? Chevrolet 1942 1'i-ton.'
Tie. The price only CHEVROLET Excellent tie" 8950.
lo.toD 1.80. overlooking a b.utful lake. WATrow.. of any I I's 'i934. M. K. Belmany. Rt. 3. Box 390
CU FIND will findthe Priced : ti
O'H.r.-WOor Reatr.2-238 OmW. rh.llc.1 to sell
.T San fishing lake prop alder 1. C. B. I mile east of Orb Vista. phone '7057
Fine.PALM .
109 K. 10m. McKeale. Broke. 73. Auto Winter _
Oood truck garden land. Semi Dsvlt. Realtor: 104 E. Jef.ron 2- Service I I P.a. Sel 8.nlc. FORD
8. Phone 2-4775. Park. '-1946 1 ton
1 .ID finished 4 room cottage on property.A 1M9 or '305.LTNOS -no- pick-up. 2-peed
TRCEIdel for a lane VETERANS AND CIVILIANS We wonderful opportunity for the person WANTED-We have the ALIGNMENT Free Inspection. I CHRYSLER-1939 4-door sedan Very Cumbrt axle. 7x50. 7.000 true mile*, Jim

fal Guit Dellhborbo. no will bald on your lot or you may who 1.nt a chance to enjoy you have the property. Prompt repairs by fpr mechanics clean original pailt. good tire*. 2-4321. Cr. 904 H. Orange Av*.

u.fl 1 .u.t.3 apacloui sled homellt from our I country near a elty. $17500. Call A. T.I 9516: Jamerson A A one-stop I will have to see t appreciate at
lou for lakeswimming Home and l flanced witha I Harry X. Morse Co..a.lor.Eustls. .Cate : ye.r' Service 300 N. Orsnge Go-. 8795. I S. Evan. 6 W. FORD.-1938 pickup i, feaT wIaI
privileges. Lane comfort 100' 01 or a loan. "a.PARM Cute C.ntrl 4321. Clltal trade for car or sell, *550 Call
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bit bunt alow with 2 screen perche Prompt and complete planning and AND HOME-10 closeIn. LISTINGS WANTEDHom. groves AUTO SERVICE-On* .service on CHEVROLET-1941 4-door I 2-0311.
living room aid parlor dining Tooui.brssk.fsst building 1"lc.. C.lawt & Jennings. I 4-room aer. rentals. your Pontia or other cars painting Original paint and sdan.
nook and bed- N. 7234. hove. W.tr. .Ietre property. Hall Bros. Agency 112 N. :' work whll balancing: slmonlxtng. uphlt.I.
kltD: Jle. Ora.AY. t7. Partly felrd. 165. Orane dial 5189. or else. Slivers Pontlac. Very clean. lo. FORD PICK-UP-1937; 11(3; 5504
rom 2 bath*. laundY. .trl COTTAGE-Three and bath. terma. wth S1.04S. S. Evans, W. .
rot Ln. Her..1 G- Colonial Dr. 22310. R 8
room .ld double la.. H block from *. block to I win Ine.. ; LISTINGS WANTelt. waiting. C. 6 4321.
J. ni.
000 partially fDnud Barlow O. school. Furnished unfurnished dial 9855. E. P. 8latol Rlator. Pine AUTO BODY WORK I
or E and painting CHEVROLET FORD TRUCK
8188.Ifi 350. ; -1935 2-door sedan. -1941 V-8. Short
Fredrick. Bt. phone
1. 01.1. "' 1 desired. 2th St LK FRONT-New 2-bedroom and 665. excellent work and Inlcl R.mb. Jam up" I every respect. R. S. wheel bu. stake body, dual
rra 1 '_ frame you want to sell buy SOS W. Evans. wheel.
ATTENTION We are cndeav.erlag hOU on lot 75x140: PRPET-I C.ltr.1 60 C.ntrl Ave. 4321. 8500. .1922 Canton Avt. 5672.

t you the very best I. ".50. Also approximately 1'.. right with Ha.Unl. AUTO REAl-Da or night. Su- CHEVROLET 1940 2-door. Excellent -
service W* a few lak. 81.000. Inquire J. Realtor 62V* .. Central (rcade. 80S W. I condition Can HOUSE TRAILER
plible. b. A pror mehan1. Rmb. be seen at Pro -Royal, 24'built. custom
f ARK LAKE Colonial aUon homes the 100% loan Ne.l. of Bear Lake. 4237. 1 fit with Popht Used Cars SOO W Completely equipped. Sleeps

Here is the vain yea ben available. We .1 be very glad SUBURBAN PARM Six WANTED TO BUY-10 20 acres offlrstclast AUTO 2-3741 for Central 4. A-l condition 206 E Snmee Av*.
looking for. LOTely modern WREKPhone

low of maaonry construction. Hard talk have ever you your desires the and office qualification. and- I frame from cottage tow with oil' painted five rom .1 details tn first bearing lt\r.grove.H. F.Give Boland.full tral any Aye .'Orlando'. W. Cen HEVRr. 194 2-or sedan I INTERNATIONAL_.1940 1 ,-ton. 8 4
Official tire,
til bath new
bedroom U- Cnmbt motor.
wood floors 3 R.mb. Car exce'Vnt
and hower. til window *U1*. metal I Pine.. O.Phone P. S.op. Realtor, 60 East for terior heating modern and bath cooking and V.p five Realtor e; dial Jldl. 672 N. Oran we have to get up an' look for? Didn't we see Wrecker 904 N. Or.n.A. 2-521. .I lion throushout. 8795. Jim CumbleI condi

aah. lovely screened porch spacious U1.I .D 2-55. AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE Experieneed DODGE-1935 A I Car*. KH M. Orgnge.Jt-4.; .''I
landscaped lot. acre of lawn and garden sale io-coUftTEOUS. helpful service this in a movie travelogue once mechanics; prompt service; good running eop. Dc. looking LUGGAGE ._ NewT
moer kkbel ln. I at 8475000. car for 8395. : TRAILER 2-
101, .hoPlt center andtheater 1, C.I O'H.ra-ore.. and quicker sales on all types of good .tok. pat. accpalrlp. and S. Inl. 101 W. Central Av*. R: wheeL Very cheap. See at 139 E.
8800 DOWN Move la. property call Ross Kay Anderson.
*. lea.ll. .alt. offer. R.lor. 2.280. Pne. I tires. JDe W. Ceotral i New_Hamptilire Ave.
L Oeo. H. Realtors, 2-bedroom house, furnished. ElectricIto 11 ACRES Between Sanford and Broker 423 8. Or.DI: ph. 2..0. I I : 2-3153. I
lUre. S. 60. Business Opportunities Wanted
| gi. Help -Female DODGE LIBERTY .
11 L 2311PIK ,.. electric rfrllPralor. Doublelot. Orlando. Small orance and tangerine SELLERS; BUYERS-See AUTO-BRAKE cup. Radio heater 27' Apt size
t Balance of on monthly grove. Approximately 225 Cabuh JOB and wheel new ure throughout. gas range: two tone interior
C. .UO. Broker. 1121 trees: 2 grapefruit: 2 persimmon Realtor Metcalf BJd.' Phol. 511. BUSINESS LISTINGS NEEDa.: I WAITRESS-Experienced. Apply at alignment 1-.7 &n I.. Wilds A steal at 8999. R. 8. Ivans. W. drapes: couch rover: rug and chalrat
slneev 23.
"a.t. A ring 1
same balanced
CAn 7-room house 2 Are. (Near Maltland etc. Chicken houses shade. etc. Approximately Hsrlow a. Fredrick. "Bulle. Avalon Coffee Shop Wed. morning you C. A. Central. 4321. large awning. All in excellent condl.
downstairs. Could CUSTOMERS WAITING for homes 118 N. I 485 N. Orange. Prsnse A Sons 1010 W. Church.AUTO tins
.Dd b H.dqu.r.r. for 82785.
al 25 Ulder... Winter Park. 6 acre under fence: Or.nl. DEOTOliO Per Peter Wyer, Jr.
tied for t.aement I 2 sleeping and Income properties. List yours WAITRESS W PAINTING and Body Work"W ,. .edaD Palms Trailer P rk.
fet clean
larg lot. and pnd bdrom. .rcb ANElpr.ne.Appl7
trees room today! Lk.o A.ol.t. 6 W at guarantee complete satisfactionat throughout new Ur.. yer. MAJESTIC-New 1947, .
I 'blocks from Elementary 1.lnl rom. kltben. Har' Gr1 70 Suth reasonable I I".n. 26' 3 rooms:
.hck.n High Clot to OROVE AND HOME-Near lake, bus laundry rom. .- ATTENTION DOCTORS Hughey Central Ylor.Ida's 6 W. Centrul. 421 innerspring mattress; good couch;
.unor al. tionary tubs. etc. Completely FOR IMMEDIATE RESULTS List I only baked enamel auto paint bottle
fur- and tores. Modern 2 bedroom r.d..o DODGE 1946 2 door gas; inlaid linoleum Beautiful
Lake CBW. bun rated Inside and out. Price property with Oeo. H. Kltt- A strictly modern, practically new10bedroom ovn Al Llvely's Auto Paint A Body I.n. R.dlo ly finished
Phone 2-2U5. galow gas stove and heater ,10.0.Wrie Jar I 65. Help Wanted-Male low mileage. Jim Inside and out. Only
II.bla. 4. attached garage. Plenty.te shade. S6 Box 270 8-Star. ... R.ltor. 1 E. Central Ave. house with spacious Slop. 3000 N. Orange: 8000. N. Orange Ave. 2-4521. Car.14 S249S. Peter Waver. Orange Blossom

PRINCETON SHOl 8ECON-: large euros treet. Ideal for retired 30 ACRES of gracing and muck land. Phone 23176. living room sun room and 6 baths. I BODY AND FENDER xepairinj"j DODGE Trail and 18th St.
1941 4-door
IVi block 4-room unfurnished house Building la Air Conditioned has thermostatically AUTO BODY sheet metal worker. painting. Estimates gladly given. sedan Luxury
frameHnla. couple. Priced sell quick-874)50.) 1' man Liner Excellent
Lovely, moer 2-bdom. Term t Call with from Orlando city m. 'WAnTNa for well-located controlled 01 furnace Best working conditions. Satisfaction: guaranteed D. Varner. I condition throuxh-
bard- ar.n.d. Penl.U LU. BUI Per.lelt Cumble Cars 904
and splendid hot .. 234 W. out N. Oranse
"ul lJ. Sl.d sun SUmpla-Statl 8159. W.tcl Bldg. rent. Fh. 2-791. proprln. duplexes .P.n beatingequlnipnt position and good pay right I. Central Ave. Phone 2-315. 2-521. MODEL A FORD H-ton pickup.
Excellently arranged for
$ for I 2-. Holler
Rents. I Apply. Chevrolet Ill Pretty good old cab
porch with hot and ATTENTION Ols ana Civilians-V a duplex 3 Clinic and iiAIS-W. supply all dog-gone good
la.. UTYUCEHer 1 Use our service o. Myers. Dtor' Hospital. E. Central. Mr. E. D. Goldsmith DDE190or .ed.D Besutl- motor in It! ncorrla style. 8185. J.
cold for attic can now for at one aideand .o 111 gas
watr lauldr. fi. buUe you one a Realtor building of 6 room and Ure. I heater
29 W.
dial .par.t Dixie Sales Radio R. Smith, 33
; E. RobInson
"10. bo. S-room ho. b.tl of good construction rent the other for $30 00 per 8881-6638. W..hllltol each with In.tlr7 <2 baths). Centrally 01., Boone St. a W ''Io tire. Looks drl. Ilk.
sole and span and you will tree .,4 1' on excellent month 4 acres of land. 40 fruit trees.V4 lo.t.d. ft. frontase..157 AUOMOBI MKCHANICExpr- : pew. Only 8109J. R S. Evans. 101
outstanding. Pc. 811.300. liberal location. for ". We can secure mil to bus. Immediate possession. ft. deePS Owners Sale. Phone 5608. Plc.d : r.I I CONVERTIBLE TOPS Head llnlnss" W. Central Av*. Phone 5296.
term ald Carter Ral for Cym.n an 80* or 90* "Speak to Spiegel". Whitney Spiegel WBHAVB BUYERS wanting groj.. and tractors. Good pay Door panels Tailor-made seat covers. DODGE ROYAL 1946: 251 201 swnIlj.

tr. T E. Centr.1 Phone A FA .1.1. Boland. a.ltr' Realty Co.. Realtors 706 )lt.1 business properties and homes. For Mrs. Young Dr. Phillips Co.. 60 W. Wet Auto Trim Shop. 641 Lex- drive-1942 4 door sedanFiuid porch. Cold water unit 8 .000.
But C.rr. V511 Bldl. 672 N. 41.1 Bldg. 2-3269. Immediate sale list with F. A. Allisen. Robinson.A'I'TENDANT. C.1 6012. I 904 N. new p.lnt.Jim Cumbi Can. Vn Camp Mobley'g Trailer Park,

2.4551. I HOME AND LIVING In the highlands Realtor 37 W. Washington. EVERY BUSINESS I* a golden opportunity for ..nlc station CAR WASHING and polishing by aplpolntment. 2-4521. Between Sanford and Orlendo.I .

PRrNCTTOlf SCHOOL- 10N- J' Frame. 2 bedrooms I of Northwest Orange County Th DONT LIST your property with me for someone. To sell or Must be experienced. Top salaryfor For prompt and expert I FORD-1941 super DeLuxe. 4-door I ROY CRAFT 1942-21 ft. New TirTt

88.950 take this 10rl. Oood lellhbrho. Spring section. Well built modern unless yon want to aU Helr buy a business contact C. B. Davis, top man. Staves Sunoco Service service call B & J Service Station. sedan Radio. Very clean. 81150. and gasoline rang. Blends

completely and nicely 'urnle Furnished. '1.00 tem.. 2-bedroom home. S acre berries providing Burrh. Broker. 1 8. 2-10i. Realtor: 104 E. Jefferson. 2-1649. Station 1020 E. Colonial._ corner Boone and .Jackson Leaving town. 638 Putnam brutes. A "*' bargain at $'200.

kitchen dining nook eOE dorff. N. Main, phone a year-round income. Rr FOR RESULTS LIST your WANTED T BUY Smal business.No Draftsman Give LUBRICATION Shellubricatlon Is FORD-1940 Deluxe 2 door sedsn. Peter w r' Orn(* Blossom Trail
porch Excellent for chil 2.3t8 or 24737. for chickens and cow. One with Tom McElheny. propr get quick comfortable ARCHIECRL first letter to the thorough scientific lubrication Equipped with radio excellent tire and 18th 6t.

dren. Call Ray Lennon. 6638 with few small farms on which a family East Washington Street Dial 2-3937 living. Write giving all detail education experience, age sex, salary I Every "nook and cranny" of your and good mechanically Take it home TRAILER I wheel. enclosed, teaT-

Joe Q. Myers RealLortRINCZTON 511. Lake County PropertyItJSTIS ran make a living. Se us for details.' and uk for Tom. first letter Box 267 S-ta. desired. Box 282 S-Star. car or truck is touched. Smooth running for 8895. R. 8. Evans. 101 W. Central drop shape three compartment.
Price '-.
reduced to HuckelN.I. Ave. Phone 5296.
Realtors 9.. WE HAVE CASH BUYERS for two BLOCK first class. meb.nlc.l p.r. assured you ldealjor luggage. 875. Ph. JI-3653.
SOl 8 0N -Beautiful 7-room furnished I 23753. ; 11 Robinson; and three bedroom home.duplexes 61. Bank Lans-Suvlce Phone 2-081 MASONST.o bfore 7 p m. Sat resplse. prololC h.rd-tre FORD-1937 2-door sedan Radio, exeellent TRAILERS-Look! Lit dSderr 25J
One of house with basement and oil burnIng and bu.lle. your place p.rt easy, : mechanically Olln's Used spotless clean furnished
Immediate bedrooms and 2 bath I BOOKKEEPER thoroughly experienced safe pleasure. Cars Dishes
Price furnace. 4 property with South- N. Orange Ave. Phone
10,0. Realtors. Ore linens,
1. 4'7142 ,
COUrf Realty. 392 L. 2-car garage with I apartment above. 56. Business Property for Sale 4308. C.nIUlb. INSTALLMENT LOANS cost yon less In simple bookkeeping ern Stores. 692 Orange; dial 2. porch fence many extras awning,
d i shade,
.. On extra lot. To be sold to settle I at First National Bank. Compare i Must b neat and efe.lt. 40 hour 2.1550.RADIATORRLPAIRINCjj. FORD tire rent psld. extra
3 bedroom bungalow. an estate. Possession I at once. B. W II BUSIES LOCATION 120' R. R. SMALL HOME ..lt.d. Horh.r When the loan for week POI ofi. Aopka. Pa. --1946 finish 4-door sedan. Dark 27. and wheel. Sacrifice. Traveltte,
thee green beautiful
buyers OI Olln'g Used 142 roomy Interior,
IUBUR Huntley. Realtor 404 Orange Ave.; I by 220' deep with private. and Investors S 100., S 93-Payments 8 34 I Write 372. Appk I N. Cars brake*,
Double cars. Garland Ave. Phone only $990.
Iprlment. garage I ly for business homes Complet n. stock an eon- 2-4347. far below cost
1 ly farms .
shade, frank Moore Eu.tt P'la.. ph. 30-Blue. I I owned Spur running thru centerof Street ,. 318Mi S 150. you get 139 Paymects 12.50 i I COOK WANTED-Experienced. I per Sd-tor cores for Phone ""' 333 Ortn>* Blossom
t Colonial. 1 '
>7So fpl.t.m.nt.
9720. EUSTIS-5-roora house with bath. plot. Inside city limits of Orlando R..J i' 8 200. yon get 186-Paymenta 16 67 at Hsrrj Grin. 700 South RugheyStreet. I; c.n c. T. Walker 621 Trail
This will sell quickly-so yon "..dbtUpr S 300. get 379 Payment 25 Raiator
you W. Central
: I ; dial .
and other fruit. Near 0
SOUTH aI&Plbebdrm I Ih 5-acre grove gullible for ehleken I hurry. Price reduced U ".5 ,I S9 Out-of-State PropertyNICE |I' 400. you set 372-Payment* I I FORD -' 1937 sedan. New Paint. Hog TRAILERS-new sildused; 1947
_. lake and manwe
Dtr' I Mr. Wheeler with J. P. get 41 67 WANETe klm? J1001 m 0'Oood rubber American. 81899 up. Electric refrig
nest borne angle, J.llnt this. farm .well I ao. Possessionat tfm.. 145 N. Main: 5W>9. 5.you get 41Pnm.lt. 83.34 want has npfl.nce in 73-1. Auto Parts Accessories 1345. J. R. Smith. 33 E. Robinson crater optional Accessories Coleman

Don Dudley, Realtor 2-15. Olce. 150. HUIU.7. .t I.,100. monthly 12 handling all fiscal fl.le.1'm.t.n sod prewar stove parts: awning,
Eustls W.&I AboY .
pamen. monh. for medium to
SOUTH EIOX S-room bungalow tor. 40 O.a. A..O BUMMER HOME ., for 15 are .maler. He 1* probably a C.P.A.. I AUTO RADIOS Motorola complete dollies fans bottle gtt tanks

with nice porch frclt t.bub ph. :OBlue. I BUSINESS BLOCK-Over 200 Pllrl Include life insurance pa pr.Uon. that Is not absolutely essential. stock. B. F. Goodrich Garland and FORD-1938 coupe Al eonditlon: etc. South Orange Blossom Trail, n.

bery.-price 84750. good tem.. WE HAVE a select list of worthwhile right on Orange Ave. Grossing HendersonvlUe. N. C. Fat Rock 6 case of death. The First He wants a permanent connection Roblncon Ave. new paint and good rubber Ph. S. 17-92. Ankney Trailer gale..
Price. 2. OrangeATS. homes and businesses. It will be to bedrooms 4 National Bank at 4th floor. 8849 7541. IN RESPONSE
aa Et i nearly oa 8100.000 invest b.U. .lt. quarters : Orl.ndo with a growing organisation BATERIE for your.auto. All sizes to government appeal
before 'U.o .
41. II I your advantage to see Realtor.1. Tavarea.you ment. absolute security In and a S rom bou.e.I .h"r age Is not a factor. Write I I ald B. P. Goodrich, Garland FORD-1937 convertible coupe. Like to loin In patriotic campaigning
locate. W. J.
I KUer. i quality business property. Trade with I Beautiful and shrubbery 45acres I CHECK CASHED PASTE at First giving details to Box 223 S-Sta. .ld Robinson Ave. new> very low mileage, R- 8. Evans. to lower price so as to avoid a fu

SPRCCa LAKE TERRACE 4 bedroom I Florida Swald. Louis Oea. Realtor1. 143 Price 818.000. Edw. R. Butherland Bank's T.le HOTEL CLERK Nights. Orlando. No BUMPER JACKS, hydraulic 60 W. Central. 4321.FORD tore recession, all house trailer
sleeping porch '2 Main Co. Realtors. window NO.1. Something .. : n.9. new and used reduced 10* effec
; Helderln.We.
ane U' ; 2-Us. I State ice and nprl-I le.l Beam lamps; 84 95. -1936 convertible clean.
Sale Very
52. Groves for I N. C. of I tr.narpt. POI tire immediately Frank Reed Trailer
btths furnace: 2-car and us what you think I for I
fr I I tel I. handwriting No drlb ald Chevrolet. Flre- 8595. Harley Wadsworth. 615 N. Sale. 201 w. Orange Blossom TraiL
: nice lot, well landscaped.
rr 22 P. O. Box 2828. Orlando. stone Orange ald Concord. Orange; 8597.

1..00. term W. B. Hleoln. LD CO-n"-.cr Pineapples grove. CLOSE IN-Masonry eonatr.ton 1- 62. Loans Up to $300 HANDY MAN-To repair furniture I. CHEVROLET-Pick-up truck body" FORD-1937 "85" 2-door 8200 DOWN will buy a house trailer
It 8. St. V.I.lca. I M7CHIOAN-Iif sedsn. El- from Frank Reed
Wal hol tangerine 7000boies. story. 23x125. Rairod front.. INWOD. keep garden, chlckena. Permanent I In good condition. Mattress eelleat condition. The following
1 1StKTlnl 14. proacUol Ideal for .. delivery bunting 17 I AUTO. Furniture. Diamond loans- I Orl.ndl 8595. Harley new trailer on display at all time:
.ld live on premises. Must observe Sabbath 500 South St.. Wadsworth. 615 N.
W.r lo.toD Prt eon to Lake Superior. r.dor. Orange; 8597. Manor,
well 817,500. easy terms. room Economy Company J. F.BUre. phone Spartan. Palace Wolverine.
fue Itlon. Jan ; Fn.nc. and be all-around .
p.rU.ular. BrO Huckl'Nel.R.lto. : home. Cora Chrlstenson. C decent nun.Writs 832. FORD 1940 DeLuxe Alma Zlmmer
; 118 E. e/o Metcalf Build- coupe. Very Tandem and Superior,
hu. bdrom. J.1 235 N. : 7559. I Roblnln 87 or apply at the
room klehen d.D 2 ) 23753. I ter Graham. R.I. Box 332 2-0339. pta )1.101 T.ft 1 fRONTN REPAIR PART now clean. 8895. Harley Wadsworth. 615 Easy terms arranged on all trailer
1 10 in Orlando. A I Ii r of N. Orange Frank Reed Trailer
porches. IUS V* ACRE Nore.t almot .1' ; 8597. Sales 201 N.
cash. Weir Bittern. 628 Z.12. ; 4641. b.reled Pull CLOSE Iult apartment. Each ; 60. Business OpportunitiesBUSINESS I CASH LAN8utl,diamond made on fur-Or- i LINOTYPE OPERATOR-Contact Bob auto. C. A. ft Sons 1010 W. FORD-1941. 4-door sedan. See at Orange Blossom Trsll.WORK .
trigger now and out comes I I with kltheleUe. Excellent I Church phone 8811.
one Mills. Sentinel-Star. Phone 4181 If
SUBURBAN Frame bungalvw. t ; buses of 508 bearing 25. investment. lando's own Home Finance Co.. 307 Interested. Job. Perfection Dairy 8. Orange TRAILER 12 ft. with (IN
room and ".t port cochere; the orlie. la tre. for purchaser. Ap.rm.nt .Ilbl.. Metcalf Bldg. Dial 2-0304. I 74. Blossom Trail. W. A. Llrhty. plane tire, 8112. 1 pr. teleicop
fireplace 15x22 P a year or C.n Lla I MIDDLE AGED elderly man for AutoA.TraUtr Wanted overload
living room "It ; and out comes 48 well located for details. OPPRTS since or car sprints worth 822 for
modern built-in cabinets: 2-17 1920. W. light bookkeeping and office detail. 811. 618 heavy duty trailer jack 810.
Rom I
Oreen's for cooking and home sites .or at la.t '3.0.Orlando' CAFE-With residence grocery store. Central. 2-101.. 5.4 EXA CASH-MTRA PAT For with some typtne. For small wholesale CADILLACS or others-Price second- > fTTin -I .. '
hot ful heUD. attached ( will hap filling station, beer and wine license Ptcot personal or bu.lne. _, firm. P. O. Box 2285. | 3' star3QQiL..Uus.rwenyanoY FORD_ : 1934 ,coupe., .Tf-,- -* tTov* with pipe. 8325. 84 ft. i blck
workshop and d'I.'I. I pen.) Owner e.a' wait for : on Winter Garden Rd- 3 mile Private offices. Courteous service. I i.- Bow r I Pip*. 88. MetaL kitchen stool. 81.75.

shows:. profit. authorize this office to 1 westpf Kentucky Ave. Property 137 I BEAUTY SHOP-A busy two-operator Acceptance Corporation.. 480 N.- .Orsnst. -j 1 PLUMBEC\JaL get the high dola for your HUDSON-1940 4 door sedan. Very Heavy olant homemade work bench.
.t.1 cbl"ln', Pl.'bU. for 822.500. some term .I.* th equipped l.* coffee maser atiop upstairs In heart. .of, .down.. .P- -' -- _ or equity. Cash fn minute Why 85. Old Apopka Rd. and Adams Ave.
mea wltJ" with Okiarra-mw.s. - 1 I
y Raymond
buy only.
arbbr of
ct. month Asher Experienced
joining Old U. ... electric refrtsera- PLUMBER- give 'em away us a chance. Evans 60 w. Central Av*. Phone
tar. Central Main; 20786.IaS" .t. at.m Pne. 136 W. Plant St.
& and 7883.I .
er. Oroe".tor. 201 N. Orange Blossom ;
Dixie Highway. mile north of uslne. Dickon. 4321. Ask for Bartlett
well stocked. To see this property BLOCK MACHINE for lease; prior to I Winter phone 95. resident !-
: I
Sanford Orlano Kennel dvhwOwM* ;Oi :?S?* ,r.I Wunr A r- west Washington sale. 1600 blocks day capacity. LOANS OF KINDS rhone Ofc.. HOUSE Roc Not over HUDSON 1940 coupe. By ewner.I .
Boa 188 Long wood. straight on ILt pe A 39.I R. W.
D. *
B.re. age production owe 10.000 bolts. Kentucky Ave. Thence west F. W. Greaham, Jefferson. I 81500 cash. 21,000 miles. Like new Can be LOANS LOANS LOANS

87500. Warm locatIon Irrigation system.large Garden Road 3 miles. Agent BEAUTY PARLOR Downtown location. Furniture Loans Single Signature SHORT ORER CK-Elprlenc.d. Shym..n. Box 1350. SinfordPia. I seen at 125 Wisteria Ave, Copeland

SUBURBAN-Attractive Inltp house, out-bulldlnis electricity on WI.te property to show you from 9am. Large enough for 4 L.n. Auto L.. I Apply OrUI LATE'iP truck. Dodge Park.
home of inner paved road. Price 835.000. Good terms opr.tor.For ., eto. Service. St. W.dned.r morll. Torreglante.
to 9 p.m. dally. Price 87850. plus quick sale 82500. Salary or MERCURY-1939 with overdrive. BORROW BY PHONEJ
feet Spacious room Nicely to a responsible buyer. Wm. O. Ren- Courne7 Strict Privacy. Simplified Loan b* 127 Kennlion Drive. caih. X.
cndUoD Inventory of groceries: term ty: 382 N. WOLPRi8RMlt | Good condition. 87SO 1800
lt. Bom citrus, chicken her.. Broker. 28 .. Washington. Herbert Riddle. sslesmsn with B Or.nc 2-241. \ Method. Flexible Terms Liberal andContinuous 140 W. PICK UP Chevrolet Canton Ave. Ph. 6271. 12 till 9. CALL, US-THEN STOP

and l.rd.D t tell. Call Otto Hara- Crank. Broker: 139 E. Credit. Loans 810 to 8300. Fairbanks Ave.. Winter Park. P.. GMC WANTDLte for 1947 IN THE SAME HOUR FOR
Realtors. i ACR10 b.rll Pn. 856. SHOP Orlando's I or OLDS'MOSILE-1936 sedan. Runs
4308.. wU C..n.a.. I.. block. .ne condl-.* In CLOSE IN-East aide. 3 buldln.. BEAt business, eulpm.lt ls. : Family Finance Service 32 W. WANTED. AT ONCE!-. Married Dairy man. Pontae. Slivers Pontiac 6 W.. Co coed and look good. 8395. Harley THE CASH I $50 to $300

b.utlu 12 apartment large lot location. right Ic. AIDI7.t 8Imp.ol' Iu.t. Wadsworth, 615 N. Orange; 8597.i .
SUBURBAN-On 17-92 ltat High- loa and fin bloom. grove road far quick ..1.. Mike Fo.e. 33 B. partyAll. 1.50.d.t.la given to Interestedbuyer. I i C.ltrl Phone 9857. I .. WE' BUY CARS Any make-any

WI. House. 20 X 4. .Ietn- equipment. Modern home. Paved Main. Phone 5529. Ask Joe Thompson with NEAT LADY of good year. Olin's Used olma-
PENABL Ca. Test Get cash quickly on roar
ft. on high rontage. For price and term see F. I .. 10de'n7
.te. Lt Martie Williams. sundry Ave. Phone
21 W.
DOWNTOWN-Orange Ave. Rooming Reltr. II. dut. 234.BADLY OLDSMOBILE 1935 sedsn. Look
vole i
way and 450 det Only 81900. A. Allison. Realtor 37 W. Wa.hitln. LOANS 813'E. Auto Furniture. Can tod ay I
ft Washington St. QUICK CASH Wuhlnlton tore or
House. 15 rooms completely Qu.lt NEED of 1946 and 1947 good sounds goad, drive nice.
C. 1121 N. far I C.al.r. IN
tr. A. ._ note and auto loans. 2-hour :I Mr. _.. __ ._ ., pIa.
& Are- Near Mallland Underpass ._.h.. .. If.I.'f. Ifafa I. n! ice. Family Lean Co.. 501 I pnon. W1lama. ."LUuuun AU" v... un_... _"a_ .,

), winter Park 20-er-ld'' Van 88.000 down. Price. 10.0.McKelll.See ,Vet 1 I and CLOSE tires.IN-Net Service .taton. bater' Bank Bldg.. R W. CaUa. male I iiSales Help Wanted_ I Wadsworth.phone 8 n.ONT.P'. 615 N. Orange ATe'

SOUTHEAST Here'a I home yen 87.000 BUYS 8-acre 8. Main:e2Cd. per month. Live wire can double. Phone 2-1661 _ _ GFC LOAN COMPANY
I I CASH PAID for OLDSMOBILE 1939 2-door. New
a.priceyea Wonderful produc- -
will b prond willing U OW pa at,. ,A fin orn. grove.near Orlando. a i HOME AND INVETE S4000. terms. Hlnton. a.ltor, 150 4 OU OF 5 whsask for a loan here OIL BONER INSTALLATION and Jim CumbIe 101. motor and new paint Job. See at
Quite I Finance Co.. 24 i Must b* ibIs to completely ce.n uld c.r.
Robinson. one.
: .d.1I 3 hou E. -et Pf.on.l Phone 105 North Bumby St., Phone 2-2174. Robinson Phone 6799
OWhO' la good condition near for the money! Ap. dOlbl. 8. Orante. Phone 2-3148.I: Install and service any type i4 01.11 2-52. n East
lake excellent .I.blr Lul Oeeslln. Rp.Illr.. -| Price cut. d for. quick .Dropr7'1 COMBINATION STORE At Innnt Robert E. Wolfe oil burning equipment I Salary commission SPOT CASH PAID fot your used car. I OLDSMOBILE- 1947 "95" convertible
ho. If. completely and dallying Oron.' 143 Main: Salem EustU.HOME I ry. 830 monthly rental lnn les. QUICKLY? Get it hereon and expenses approximatelySfiOOO See J. C. MrKeUa. "Your Packard club coupe. Less than 100
Ha master bedroom tw* AND INCOME Ready-to-wear men and women's NEED .10 I Phone aeeessorle
2-1464 or 115. i iS3. Florida a year. Apply In own handwriting Dealer 342 Or.II' Ave. mile en this car. All
All room ar. spacious. Large cation on Orlando Ave.. clothing luggage and Jewelry. Did i own SeMrt7.. giving references and past I 5147. I Including radio and air conditioner

oter. prh tile roof. 2-car garage. 17-92. In City Limits of Winter Park. I. S20.OOO business last 12 months. Credit. 21 W. Pne. lt raft experience to P. O. Box 1483. Or-I fONT LOSE MONEYI We will Cash trade or finance. R. 8. Evans LOOK! LOOK! LOOK!
Lyle with Herman for and 2 rental ; Roper Realty, Church and Main; of Grand The.te. I pa
'\.5. Nice home O.le I I.p.rtm.lu 2-3433. lando. Florida. _ _ I fun value for your car. 400 N. Orang Ave. 4771._
Gwt Broker' 8nJ. Or Acreage for Sale I .1. returning (25O Loans and experi hesitate see us 10.. Olln's Used Car*. PLYMOUTH-1941 Convertible club
.n. 9855. I a month. Price. 15.0. Call Brock I ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE STORE 63. Mortgage BASMAN-u.ln.d. to sell business I I 242 N. Orange Ave. Phone 2-4814. coupe. Very good condition. R. 8. BARGAINS GALORE!

VIRGINIA DRIVE tie= two SECTION 10 acres Steel with Ch.l.uIt J.nnlnl. I. I Now netting over 8600 monthly.Franchises I I Phone
b- PINE CAS I I and professional service. Liberal ANY MAKE 1946 or '47 ear. I will I Evans 60 W. Central Ave.
room .1.pID porch pl.c good Eletrelt7. school bugavailable. 672 N_ Or.lr: major lines can be se low-rate. Govern commission. Box 268 8-Star. up to 85,000 for the right one. I 4321. Ask for Bartlett CHEVROLET-1933 coup*. Very,
and Term 8750 LAKE FRONT-Tourist Site cured. Located la community near | F.H.A.-Lnl-ter. pay clean. New rubber food
laden csb. 1-41. very
fo.er. eour. loans for TIRE SALESMAN-Would prefer man Hew car urgently n.d.d. Martin' PLYMOUTH 1937 4-door sedan.
Orlando. Owner going North. Will
WASHINGTON ST.. 1209 E.-Furnlshed 10 of 104 lale on Maltland 190 h 3large I I for building buying or refinancing. Callor I who experience and not afraid Used Car*. 101 Main. 8409. Very good mechanically; new. mechanical condition. $395.
AC ofI'r FurnishedPrice I Box 271 8. .
bunw.I.. Terazao non ft. on highway 1.1' 10. Itar. see Joe O. Myers. Realtor, 29 W. to work. Have above average prop VARNER INC. buy your shiny, dark green finish. An excel
1 mile N. of
electrle tthea. posses and 1294 ft.on two other roads. GROCERY AND MEAT MARKET Washington St. Phone 8881. sition for Interested person. Contac truck.. .nt t pay top lent buy for 8395. R. 8. Evans Truck DODGE-1932 J door coupe. Good
sion. Bargain, only 11,500 terms. A. C. Maltland on Rt. 1-1. Across from Established for 13 years. Reason I W D. Martin at Duda Tr aut Immediately. D. Varner Inc.. and Bargain Lot corner Garland running condition 299.

We ha Ooldtn. Broker. N. Orl.ldo'' Deforest.ORANGE. III C.l at 325 E. King Ave. Ovledo. Fla. Call Winter 234 and Amelia. 2-1023.
WIT PARK- .ra 12' I b.aIU. HOME LOANS-We want to help you 128J Studebaker Sales and Service.
hOI. la the middle of t.n Ave. (lea ) BLOSSOM TRAIL-250 ft.frontate GARAGE The Buckeye Oarage. 1317 I buy a home or build a new one. before 8 a m. or after 7 p.m. W. Central Ave. Phone 2-315. PLYMOUTH 1940 Club convertible. FORD-1934 V'S coupe. Excellent
for around tel wt-I by 250 deep. Between two W. Grand Ave. at Orange Blossom Beautiful finish, clean condition. $295.jUPMOBILE1933.
bdrm ,10.0.Tb. 1 1I We will give you prompt service. Office WANTED AT ONCE or woman SEE US BEFORE YOU SELL your grey
for 30 ACRES OP LAND and lake streets. Corner "corner. Busiest sec- Trail can be bought for 8125Q. whichincludei hours 9 to 2 during week: 9 to to service ,; : for famous I Sure shop get all you throughout. Jim Cumble Cars. 904

while. Charlotte C. Smith with David way 9 miles from downtowa. Ooodbouse I tlon. Call John Co.t.lo. Broker. 8115 I 200lb. rapacity Curtis compressor :, 12 Saturdays. First Federal 5..111 Watkins products in Etab cr. your car-aould. you sell N. Orange Ave. Phone 24521. } 4-door' sedan.

Andrews. Realtor. Winter Park. 659. j electricity kitchen equipment. I STORE BUILDING 25x50 on lot I, with a S H P. motor. metal and Loan Association of Orlando listed business 845 I can get our bid too. Central) Florida PLYMOUTH 1937. Runs good. You must drive this car to appreciate

WINTER PARK AVL-ole. Park I 4 chicken houses seven-acre bearIng 60x135. Located on Cben. highway I tool bench and t01. automobile E. Pine 8t.. Orland.".. verge starting Immediately. No Motors eor Garland and .r.non 8195. Jim Cumbi Car 904 N. It A bargain at S383.
grove. 812.500. M. J. Moss Broker \ just outside of Imlt.. Ph. painting wlh electric large Investment Call In person 311 See L. B. Hstan. Phone -. Oranse Ave.. phone 2-4521.

hou.dlltct lr. lot.; screened porches 132 8. Main. Phone 69' 4964. Charles Berber. sander chain* Carblte hoist office equipment LOANS en all types of property; Ions Orlando Ave. Frank O'Neal. PACKARD-1046 Clipper 4 door sedsn. PONTIAC-193S 4-daor sedan. New

modern and .1trl klthe. soil tested land In C.r lo has dek. Inter or short terms: low rate; Immediate Very low mtlemse. A beautiful paint Job. motor overhauled.

Beautifully ..MelaneOU, 4 CD ACRE a.ni '22. S.mm.Fr.n TOURIST COT-a Highway 13 .ald.bu.IIP. Owner. apply other at above service Harlow O. Pdr1k. 118 67. Employment AgenciesBROWN'S SUCCESS THE FIRST TIME ear. R. S. Evans. 60 W. Central Ave. Special at $399.
eltr.; garage: pu.loD' Re.ltr. room Celtral Ar and 92- middle of activity N. Orange Ave. Phone $ Phone 4321. Ask for Bartlett.
cl address.
terms. Income during the I AGENCY gedan. Motor
87550. By owner 2-711. : season I : for your far PONTIAC-19M l-door
EPLYME getting top prices
I 825 00 per day; more ground for SHOP A And you want YM. PONTIAC-1935. Good motor, good 1 day special
COOL HOME on lake. New bouse 70 paved road. close tr. I from R. S. Evans "World's Largest and body perfect.
tires First 8300 takes It. 701 Clay
ACE building For Immediate sale opportunity. work to 815 If
I come you
newly furnished: 20fot Jk. ,; 825 per acre terms.Lane 15.00. REAL ESTATE LOANS Low costl C.ntra Dealer" takes only one trip to our Street. at 1139.R. .
frau. I.ndapd .a. trm. with Herman :ni8c.1 I For full particular P.. r.1 2-4302. I To buy build or refinance want help call 632fc. lots S. yourself further roundsby
Realtor 21 W. tome
Cd. Broker. $77 N. Orange Ave. : :aWs GAS AND GROCERY-At Innntr. and property The COLLINS EMPLOYMENT SERVICE selling us todsr. PLYMOUTH-1940 club coupe. New
1 8. Main: 2-4775. east of Orlando. Phone 8106.TRAILER Gsllontte rnt.L .. I Department bU'In. First Bank and Nurses Registry. Stenograph- t motor Excellent condition. Forced

WE HAVE AN EXCELLENT Sltio 160 ACRE 815 Per acre. com-I' Roper Realty and Main; at Orlando second nor.N.Uona I I ers. typists bokkf"r domestic Drive In to any of our 5 Orlando to sell 8700. Pegram's Shell Service. S. EVANS

of 4 and I bedroom hOUe. Or I Realtor; 37 W. .. COURT SITE-225,3 323; 2-3433. h.I: C.I St. locations or phone 529$. Winter Park.FLYMOUTH1933. .
AlsD just off Orange Blossom Trail.
Undo and Winter Samml \ EMPLOYMENT business coupe.

F.lcl_ Realtor; rol 4 Ctntral 1t53I. Neat clean vacant 4-room house GROCERY AND MET MARKET INTEREST RATES LOW AS 4* PARKE I want work or SERVICE c.d Nice radio beater Good mechanical "World's Largest Dealer"
: dial 7407. .OO.Howard. Broker: 306 N. Main: Colored trade A 32 E. condition. (395. R. 8. Evans
Ranches and Timberland buldlli. le. en Improved pro prU.. in Orlandoand 2.128 Pne.
SMALL HOUSE-New garage. 415 _qulpm.lt. 'large metal box. Winter P.rk & brokerage.Bettes 60 W. Central. 4321. 400 N Orange Av*. Ph. 4771

W. Concord. To settle estate.86OOO. RANCHES-"Since l51$." WARBHOUSES.-Clos. in. 8. Huchey over 85,000 monthly. Business .. Company 25 W 69. Work Wanted-Female GET CASH IN 3 MINUTES PONTIAC-1946 4-door sedan. Like

Call afternoona. CAT. Peter. "Ho probably St. 2 frame buildings. I'-i rented. merchandise and tea 7..1 attractivelease Washington St. Phone 8513. : pew, very low mileage R, 8.

TWO HOMES For Sale knows.. Cor. Central and Main. 1 8".5OO. Terms. Phone 4864. '..000. Hsrlow. O. Fredrick, 118 i HOSES In apartment house or W* pay cash for any make or model Evans. 60 W. Central. 4321. s

WODE 17o.le. INCOME PROPERTY-About 2 blok Oranse. 8188. to lady. Box 2M 8-Star. I car. No delay or bargaining. Drive PLYMOUTH-1936 4-door. Very good QUALITY CARS

One six room and bath tram bouse I 54. Lots for Sale I from North Or.rl Avenue IN. 6Itlp Wanted-Female MPolore glrU experienced. 9 I In. state your price and will bU7 mechanically. 8395. R. 8. Evans

two screened porches; oa a beautiful aide. A wer .p.cou. 5-bedroora meat market gas pump: I' < 5 days a week. 419' It if it's worth th. money. Truck and Bargain Lot; Garland and BUICK SEDAN

sand bottom lake; three acre ALTAMONTE SPRINGS 10 lot house on 75-fot excellent forld : new fixtures good I.. Price COUNTER GIRL White experlenred. 8. Division. Amelia. 2-1023. 4fl

landscaped to .atr edsei home, I overlooking lake Marion and 1 guest house. SIS.OOO. good term I 8)500. H rash to n.pn.lbll party. > No Sunday no night work. MAID Colored girl StrllnAlexnder Motors 501 N., PACKARD-1939, 4-door sedan small Headmaster This cr lIke new.
.. heater.
Ave. Phone 717
grove two garage 12.1. Franclg. 8750 all. 0.1. Homer Carter Realtor 70 E. Potter with Hpr.n O.ln. Inc. Apply la person at Lale's. 149 N. Half days, 8am. til 1 nDrl.lcf.. Orange 6. Extra aood condition. 1011 W.
Ala frame Phone """ A. T. C.r. 9516. I Broker. 677 N. Orante IRU. Orange. D.m 51
a new hOU a.el Altamonte spr. P. : Jsckson. H. Beachen. Colonial. Between S and 7pm. '44 PACKARD CLIPPER
eight room and bath twoscreened Park '-304. GROCERY-PRODUCE open | COOK* General housework. Refer- almost new.
l'LYMOUTII-1932 817S. Ply and
Wiltr housework. coup Fully equipped
MAID will do general
,and a three room main hllb..,. Low j
porches have a SELL BUSINESS thru I store on j and health card. '
BEVERLY PRPET all ences. mouth coach. 1934. 47 tag. 8245.
apartment la five 8HORESW..fl 1 Land office business. I 100! N. Parramere Ave. 75. Used Cars for Sale
'.1.1. Ut r.ar few choice lt u.l.bl.. Select Clabalh a.lor. Met.U Bldg.. lqns lease. i Winter Park 957-R. Rfprpne. Inquire Snyder's Store, Lockhart. '4$ 02 CADILLAC SEDAN
acres of which a ."productive Investment I If necessary. GIRL wishes part ton
Dar ,
NEAT arrd heater
yours R S13. CURB and tiPs.A I Thursday., PLYMOUTH 1939 4-door sedan Hydramatle. radio
10. Veterans' Real Estate < Will do bundlea AUTO AUCTION Every -
110" 11.1 T.rm. Pice OrwlnCOIiEGB o.e'tl I .., GIR P& : .. __. _
49 N. I Almost new.
Co. Oal' .. -.. ... .. blue.
for quick sal*. OW.r u __ _u._ .. .__." ."... 8. court: 1.4CSL rrup'' Sout I !. ... w. .. 1 &nrDU7 ". --
appointment. Man.r .I... n I 57. Real Estate Exchanged I eric Manew.m.nt : Kuhl Avenue.: : ___._ Motor Auction. 212O clean car. GIbe Used Cars, 14.2 NOsrlvnd
C.I Ia.o 1. I D".rtm.nt PURACnCAL NURSZ-Companion; ; HoI7.Rbal' CLUB COUPE
"PARK-Yatea Ave. 8650. Health Thursday ; 2-4347, 48 82 CADILLAC
EVEN A PESSIMIST would say its a W. New HampshireAve. I GROCERY?-Here it (300 plus inventory GIRL for general hous.ork. no housework. Free to travel can Oral" B10.om T.u radio and heater.
Ph. 6267. 1201 BEDROOM HOUSE-Conway seeitlon. i card. Full time. Telephone i iREGISTRE the dsy. STATION WAGON 1942. la good Hjdrsmstle.
lo Iln.tm.t A "house : \' 2 :pay the i chldren drive. 809 W. Church._ _ Practically new.4J .
for Improved property 2-4889. I condition. Price 8975. Cash
Well I' ea Colored trade E: F. *, :, I 1940 Super club coupe or
t t.U.n I
1..1 Desires 24-
COUNTRY CUB aee main hlway. C.1 Frank Moore, 9720. 6651. i LADY to demonstrate NURSE BUC mechanical Jim 'terms. M. K. Bdmany. Rt. 3. Box SEDAN
DUBDRE eondltla. 61
r..lr. Ofer 32 t. Pine: prouct CADILLAC
OOO 00 with responsible tloD lots low a* easy tor.J I In retail fo rs. Aw.l.ble 10. 2-84. Cumbi Cars. 904 Or.nc Av*. :39O.i mile east of Orb Vista, phone
grocery heatei
locstlon. J. radio
monthly. Macs lot paid i -UM and ,uldrl.a. | Nancy AltIei. Hrdramstte.:
parties. Furatahed. Encluaivewith temL Pay ATTENTION Fishermen en4 campers. G' !I had experience as a demonstrator.If 2-4521. I 7087. Like 70ev
Prescott V. 8tel.. Broker. Dial for building material becomeavailable. We have several desirable Canaveral New buldlli. 3-7ea .. applicant automobile I would 1936 Good-eondltlon. STUDEBAKER-1940 Commander 4
Broker. 12 hl BUICK -
In this high class 138 0. Henry i 70. Work Wanted Male coUP
S-IOa 45 West Cet.l Avenue.ITUDID Property Increase rapidlyIn Beach Pack lot to swap forresidential l I Main I help W.r In work. PI..s .n New See George j door sedan. Very original mechanically '42 PACKARD CLIPPER

HOUSE-Oa splendid corner I section bound t ahead of this or buslnes lot In or : 2-10. I ...1 by m.1 to Manufacturer. AMBITIOUS, I Davis at 109 N. Bumpy. perfect. You will have to see topprecUt Club coup
and studio or .Iu.Buy & near Orlando. er call David Por fully Box Fla. State CrlU.a man R. S, trans. 60 W. Centrsl -
for .bln. 1 W some beautifullarse LAKE FONT R.t.ar.nt. j Orl.leo with PleasIngpersonality BUICK 1941 Special 4 door aedan. Radio heater, over-drive
car -
home and gift or other type .* right on the gqlf course. te with McNutt-Resley. R..ltr. 15 ti guest home. I' experience and lumbr. ;1 d.sl Character, references. 'IKI Radio excellent mechanically. Jim Av*. Phon 432L Ask for Bart

business I* this attractive house ea lights gas and bur W. Wsthlnxton S.t Phone T miles nut. Lane 1"t itittinserReslty. NURE institutional work; .ltm.( 5 M. i I Cumbi Cars 904 N. Orange Av*. 2- lett. '41 PACKARD -f SEDAN

North 11111.. Six-room house on i W.t.. Carnsan Boland. 8454 Cr ._ _ I I mental and nervous 4521. STUDEBAKER 1938 Commander sedsn. A very nice low mileage ear.

100 tot-'Price 810.500. C.I Mr.109 R. E.. rarrusn. Bldg.: 673 N. a.aU.bl.j IS ACRES- mU lake. V.lu 82000" RESTAURANT fpr lease. 3838 8. O] order Write P.O. Box 1461. CHIEF. CERK-Dlr. Drman.ntJob. Super edn ex- New Paint Job. new tires. Economical to Own

with 2-88 4&51: evenings.'2-2534. Trade for your equity In a home. ang Blossom Trail. All new j SECRETARY for law office Not Klsslmmee 2861.PAINTING DUo. reepnre" BCICK-1V4 clean 4-or priced to sell (593. R. S. Evan*. 850 N. Orange Ave.

.. HILLS-Hlgh-dry-restrtcted. Phone 9932. I merit. I over 40. Efficient at shorthandand Jim Cumble Curs 904 N. Orange.I I Phone 2.4601.8TIIDEBAKIR1946. '42 81 CADILLAC SEDANETTERadio

LITTLE CASTLE-We call this' house FRET Lake Sue. Price RESTAURANT and fresco custard i spelling. 8O9 'Met.1 Bldg. done by hour or cOllraet Phone 2521.BUCKU4. V, ton plck-UP beater bydraoatio

"the little castle" because of Its design 81.150. Call Ray Lennon with :571. Beach Property I combined. Beer and win license. I STENOGRAPHER and general office 1 Elpr.IC.. evening painter. Ph' 1 7-passenger limesene. It might py you to see u* before

and baa.It took .Impl- Myers.Realtor.6631. I ILK Pert cash. 647 W. Central. assistant. Must be experienced.Write for 2-308 buy for only $795. yon buy a used car. T. P. Baker Motor 42 NASH" SEDAN'
nable. basement It OCEANFRONT bedroom house and and MAN. forty-five year old want perI y" Klsslmmee. Fl*. AmbuMdor 6 Like Mew
marital Co.
I giving age and
FROM! 00x160 doe- j .t.tl R. 8. Evans Truck
a and aa extra large screened ; I -on New ft wlt I I.nl apt. New. H. Rltterhoff. I I RESTAURANT Books Dwt.n 10.tOD. I general experience P. O. Box 2788. I mal.I' Job a* caretaker and gardner corner Garland and Amelia Barl.11- It.. STATION WTOON-1941 Ford super
There open 15. SEDAN
Itg southeast Daytona k.ch.JYOOAUL1NOfor who BUICK
terrace on eornr. of estate owner 41
Is a fireplace 1 1.1". |1 way. Only ,8. W. A i 99 AUaIU. I H cash t pat. Orlando. service. Local appreIat.eonnenUou. or I CHRYSLER- 1941 8-eyllnder 2-or I Isedan. deluxe. Radio and beater. A beautiful Radio heater a vrrj nice
h.ldm. Broker Hlway. good lo- Broker. office excellent condition. Private
4950 General la
dining ; Ch.ne 2-74. with Hpr." Oodwln. Ilc. STENOGRAPHER 26O radio, excellent mehani.l'cOdlUo. ear clean car.
room fu bedrooms tile rom. and t. see Vero I 677 : 01.1 sS._ work. Must be experienced able to Norh. Box 8ar. Jim Cumble owner Ph. 24253.
Can 1. J.
good bl kitchen. Price LKErRT-LUIDIntrlke. Beach. We for sale business i iblocks. I: SODA dm sundrie I meet the public. Apply tn own bandwriting 'iDAicULB.t 1 rei1 Orante. Phone 2I -:. I WILLYS-1941 4-door sedan. Very '41 82 CADILLAC SEDAN

Call O'H."a-Or.Frte.Jator.I .trtl.d. Nydegger Inv. Co, S0$ E. .p.rme.t frontage budding homes. f prNAn! .. "Speak to stating re.rene.and qualifications I CHEVROLET-1941 Special Deluxe |I seed la every wv. R. 8. Evan Brdramauc. radio and heater.
10.& 805. groves also well .el Realty Co. ta i I store for Ph. 478. Banaln Lot. corner Oar
Dr.: dial SDleejel. Whitney 8ple oWle. Truck and
: 10' I.Pin_ ColnIal located lots near the beach and la Dx l.tr. club coupe. Jim Cumble Cars B04 I A realy nice car.
Ph. Veteran 2-1023.
Realtor. Metealf Blrtg. of axe WORK- nDrl land and Amelia
OJ. eaa find an unusuallyworth LKIPNT-B..1 Shore 10' other of the cUr that will b* '0 WOMEN lalo43years SAL N. orsnee Ave. 24521. I
ERAJ new home 1411 nItnol .ndln. ,.! good P.r I. SERVICE 8TAT1OM M. 2-3211'1' wanted for cafeteria plUon. No ss .al..mal heating. Box CHRYSLER-1947 Windsor 4 door '41 PACKARD CLIPPER
futu. A Trailers-Trueksforhaie
I 11..lmPII. whnlessl plumbing
A Easyto 76.
.bl. 1 _.
10 location. experience to 4-Doar Sedan
*. get .the and only 64 Call $159. SUmpeonBlaton. Raltr. Doing lo Inlne. I PI.r sedan. Scotch plaid upholstery.
Uniform 2'lS
thru It (. OHarru4zoorP.ahorL R.ltr Metcslf Bldg. i I' >1 block Elt a R. son for selling, "u.lne. POM learn. Ideal. working week conditions. I accountt R. 8. Evea 6 W. C.lta Ave. Phone CHEVROLET 1941 Ton-and-a-hal Radio Heater. Oveidilvr
2.2350._10 E. P"-. OREGON AND 8400 .1. 1 farl.be. Cafeteria. 8 W.C.ntrl t decides fkk..r. U21. ASk ffr Barlet.I truck. Good condition tires. Price with 30-4ar
FENCE ant sold a
DOUBLE DWELLINO ClcWTnTBrVk and up. See Mr. C. F.Batchelder. WAREHOUSE-With going lumber AP17 Trmor I handle la spare time. Box %bk t I J i 8895. 270O S. DIxie Highway. These car .
construction, lifetime .roe!, spacious 28 E. Washington SX. Real Estate Wanted business. Located on Atlantic Coast 8 SSla. iS--i4Ca.1 and 1939 paneL New guarantee.We

rooms. hardwood floor tile PRINCETON SCHOOL S3 tine. Ph 2-1022. Owner. W ArE W ATWu.t b ex-, i Service fruid-drive. Original"middy" blue CHEVROLET shiny finish. A very
Sales dark green
baths. Each apartment completely Me lot. Sell or 6 good AAn- S-unlt with In BEST TUT-CUT .It. 930 N. prlene.. .ek. G pa. 21. Airplane & finish. 35.000 actual mle. put oa good money maker for only 8595.R. pay Cain for Used Can.

f.d Uo.r kitchen equip used ear. Phone 2-6301. cm. eO Contact at New 1& ablllD 1941 with Drive tU it for 8. Evans Truck and Bargain Lot.
.n' plt of round with. I Beautiful building ouc v.Vn Clyde Wc 2-bedroom masonry home on eorn.'I from 16 to .ar.b.; AOPTllor-cnf& B 81495.ere.. 8. E.n 101 Central corner Garland and AmeHa. 2-1023
plus Income.Investigate PALM WOE 3. P.lt
bom .
For a 8. Phone Orlando INC.
W.ln lot Inauir 130 N. 5296. j. c. MCKELLAR,
K.M. 1 I per and Phon* Stake
thlm. M. 8. .. (It*: lake view and lake frotI 15'.20. 70 12 chrome tr N.rl.Uoa AI' CHEVROLET 1938. 1 Mi-ton.
tor.29 last Church V.ro. R.I price Carl Tender. BUNGALOW In North or East sec I _n e Park. T and $ per wek at end of 3 month; 10t I"sale. beUnt condi- CADILLAC 1941 convertible coup. body dual wheel. good rubber
: 8t 3. Attratl. tion. Client requires 3 bedroomsand IS"IT motor Overtime more 40 hour pel \bt Radio and .. 620 "YOUR PACKARD DEALER"
I Orange 20442. _ WHAT you want* I a I fo t.1 Box 8ta. Hydr.m.Ue 8400 cash call Winter_ParC
I' t opl. enjoy to- andextra I
large Wilbur Strickland.Broker. week. Telephone Low mileage
0VEI rlhd .
: lot court restaurant oprtor
Beautiful wooded flmnl ..to. ratings oa Grumman perfect panel R. 8.
home RESIDENTIAL -- associate ENGINE 1940 .-ton
large 23 I I teresting work eonl.II.1 C. McKellar. Your I DODGE- Phone BUTConL
J. Ave.
lots, Restricted AllImprovement CurI.1ANna lrer or other type bu.ln. .1'1' : land sea and clean. and Bargain Lot.I 342 K. Orange
It have on 1ltrm.at Truck
decant .ublwlslon. Apply .t winter dial i E<*ni
C.pst la i GROVES alxe. Quirk en serve you. "Spek to Ipl..I" '. training. Packard Dealer OranI and Amelia 2-1023.
.k. and meet ,10 .Guel- l Phone Co.. 128 E. Hew England AY. Ol.ldo A.aton. i corner Garland
I action. Realtor 672 Whitney Hpieeel Realty 8147.
Lrfw 8"kf.elose Metcalf the deal Bldg.Can C.bulb sey Central and, Oreen.4H Ie. .Uor 2 'I I N. O.nl.C; 111.W.ltr. I '0 Met.1 Bldg. 2-32 'C.. a.lton t Winter Park Fla. Club. Ph Wiltr 6.

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Page 16 (rlanbn i ndtt$ &mtfttd Wednesday, May 7, 1947 JI

Exchange Hears 1!Two Men Face I OUR BOARDING HOUSE

Burton ThornalBurton EGAD J MRS.8RMl \IGAN! OHNOYpU WOt rT, SOLID .
A. Thornal. new president I .* M"Et 1'1tVM\ >E:resooGwr. / VASEONE
of the Orlando Junior Cham- Court ( vote ACTUALLY AND rrs / NIGHT
ber of Commerce spoke briefly at TodayTwo c"Eo/--UM! ,! tt.1. ATTRACTEDvirteLM. OUT V
the weekly luncheon meeting of RUSH R BACK'r0DAY AMORE COMMENT AND 1 ;
Sheriff Jim
the Exchange Club yesterday. men listed by
Speaking on the topic "Builders Black as Otis F.Browne and Perry FOR YOUR.wAKsmuTX3ESMT / BU>CiC Eye fOR A
of Tomorrow," Thornal pointedout I I Benjamin Hardee will appear be- ), SKULL.i
that America of tomorrow will fore a plea day session of the FRACTURE
be shaped by the young men of
I Criminal Court of Record today
today. '
"Never before have we neededso :to answer charges of grand and For the first Wednesday morning In the series
much progressive as well as aggressive petit larceny contained In seven : r"lie VMnasdoyg 9:30 to 12:30 of summer holidays we have assembled a
leadership" he said.9flt1} I warrants filed against them. % ; dr May thru September "baker's your shopping dozen"Interesting of special and values profitable.to make

I Both men were arraigned before .
I Peace Justice Eugene G. Duck- L :% /

I 'worth yesterday and pled guilty *, : Clearance of 50 Sheer First Quality
I themEnjoy
to two warrants\ charging /

ji, Formerly $14.95 $5 00 //// Reduced from ffUU\
Wednesday Afternoons atSANLANDO .
to $17.95. Now ,. $3.20 and $2.95 to $1 pi r.

KNOW ITS \ \ .
s Lightweight summer prints and pastels !in
A I.OOO s rayon drastically reduced for clearance! One :. Soft-to-the-touch. pure silk hose of finest
OOODDI and two-piece styles all excellent value In quality-only 2:0 pairs In broken sizes at
oo 00 -- -- fabric and fashion. Sizes 10 to 16. : this drastically reduced price, so be here
I o00
i early!
I with grand larceny and a third :Methodists/; Hold I Inexpensive Dresses-Ivey's Atr-Conditioned i j:

: charging petit larceny. Fashion Floor Hosiery-Ivey'i Street Floor
@u I I Thomas Starling, chief deputysheriff I Board Meetings I ,,

said the pair also bad j Four Methodist Church board ,,
pled guilty to grand and petit | meetings were held here yesterday ,
larceny charges on four other at the Firs; Methodist Churchn ,.
warrants against them three ,
the annual
SPRINGSRound of which required their arraignment preparation A
Special Group of
Methodist Conference at St. Petersburg NYLON HOSIERYFlattcrnit
at Winter Garden.
June 48. 0
trip fare 50c Buses depart from Union BusT larceny In one warrants of the Orlando both men grand are j Church The Board Extensions of Missions Children'sHome and! SUMMER HANDBAGS /S by Huffman

charged with breaking and entering .
Terminal' Court and Wall St. Board. Youth Commissionand .
a place of business at 35 N.
Sunday School Superintendents -
Departure from Orlando Departure from Sanlando Orange Blossom Trail where it is of South Florida met here Formerly $5.00 98. Regularly __
took in
declared they $185.15 currency $3
1:00 PM 2:00 PM the property of E. D. andF. for discussions and plans of for current the coming activities Wed. A.M. Special $1.65 pair $ 3 prs. $4
3:00 PM 3:45 PM B. Ocstricher and K.: D. and /
Dr. John Branscomb. chair-
PM H. E. McCall doing business as '
6:05 PM 7:00
man of the Youth Commission re-. Here they are-our special group of white
McCall Groves. This was on April
amid ported.Dr. washable plastics and multi-colored fabric o Now you can afford to "stock up** on fine
and cool comfort
Spend an afternoon of relaxation 13.Another A. Fred Turner of Jacksonville bags in under-arm and over-shoulder styles! /
charges them with loot- / Flatternit nylon hose in the popular summer
tropical beauty of Sanlando swim in refreshing cool I former pastor of the First 0
the white i Ing Klpp's Grocery at 1004 W. Methodist Church here and shade "Commando" Sizes K1A through 10 Vi.
of the suntan
waters springs. get a good on Washington St.. of 25 cartons of Handball-In Street Floor /
sand beach. Don't worry about driving your car. ride cigarets valued at 4625. as well District Superintendent. was pres- /
ent for the Board of Mission
the bus.Sanlando. as $200 In currency one safe valued Conference. Ptoi M%" Ux j Hosiery-Ivey"* Street Floor
at $50 and 27 silver dollars ,
Springs Tropical Park Orlando Transit Co. for a total value of $325. This ,, e
.was on April 17. 'grocery at 2000 W. Church st.. ,
Central Florida's Wonderland 2-0744 I A petit larceny warrant 1 and took six cartons of cigareta ,,
charges the two men broke into a valued at $11. ,
- ,

Wednesday Morning Special

Formerly $2.98 $1.00 ;

Wed. A.M. Special $1.95 and $2.45


r Just In time for hot summer days, these sheer o Men! Here's excellent value for vacation and
I 'r" rayon or cotton pique "trlx"-a twist of the about-the-yard wear-boxer-style trunks In
wrist and you have a cool blouse which will /
with styles and fabrics by
/ step new summer
lie flat for ironing. Sizes 32-38.
// nationally-known makers. Sizes 28-38.
4 D /
Blouses-Ivey's Street Floor.
Men's Furnishing*-Tver's Street Floor

.. ,
: rrr bCofoo II, #.
this YOUr
best :
show Your a 9 r ee. Your friend to ALL FLEXEES and SMALL BOYS WASHABLE ,

is to re e a pprec,atop o:d p Ortunty to NEMO GIRDLES '

Mother Mber her with love lor her a / COTTON SUN SUITS

S Day .. th IS. 0 uselul. glt On Wednesday ]/2 1 Price S Regularly] $1.98. these blue or ?.
..J year /f'S Morning at tan striped cotton washable sun \1.00
Ma '
,f on 11. 1\u1tswithbibtopsfortheJitUe
"C?=* .".. Iron s.grin, and $ Famous Flexees and Nemos, either boned or fellows In sizes 3 to 6.
tai -tO.9' N boneless models In sizes 26. 27, and 28. med. ,
1 Whrppt
1 ,f F nectri i and long. COTTON JACKETS

oed Mixer With $ft.9, Flexees and Nemos, __ S Regularly $6.95. colorful Holly-
f f., 'fC'-4':',. formerly $6.50 now....,.._ $3. wood styled cotton Jackets with $2.00
*V5r t'.Iftotf zipper fronts unlined are fine .
: Avt lc EI Flexees and Nemos. for camp travel or school next
; +;, R e ectrf formerly $10.98, now._ $5.49 / Fall. Sizes 10. 12.Boyi' .
vlor $JO.9,. t-._ $6.Ca ." i
--,- I 'd5rE Cor et -Ivejr'i Alr-Condltloned Fashion Floor. /, : Weir-Ivey'i Third FloorS

HHOME '-- / I
Vk'****'"* '\SSMOTHERS ELECTRIC TO '- -16.95


1947 ND /
i BEDB >np /
sit nee v>a ELECTRIC B OOM BAIIOS. 4.95 Regularly /
p S
1 2 pRE SSURE -.11.95 998. Now .
i ; .5 b 1 e 9 0 COOKERS, --------- : MORNING SPECIAL $7.95
l 1 DORM fro>n : --18.9 5 ,
13 l4 EygR
1' _
ELECTB ___ Cool. crisp eyelet cotton blouses of excellent :
g za ZZ i RECOBn IC MIXER -------12.y 5 quality short sleeves, in pink or white. Sizes S A new shipment of fine. Carolina Imperial
IfL BUMS -- 30 to 36. hobnail bedspreads in single or double size
FANS OF AND ---- ---. .9S S closely: tufted colorfast and fringed on three
ALL KINDS CORDI NGS Other blouses, slightly soiled, at ft price. Bides. White dusty blue. blue green or gold.
E STATE horn Irom 2.81 / A special price for Wednesday only. ,
KoME -
--- /
ALL STEEL EBS. S ------- 9.95 'portsweir Ivey** Alr-Conditioned Fashion Floor o
KI cu. ft. I Bedspreads-Ivey'i Fourth Floor
SINK ----269.00
tT, from /
i 14 4.95 /


0 Wednesday Morning ;
I :
I 73 Prs. 44" x 90" "

J5FLORSA'S ? 113 Envelopes. ...--... ....REG... 25c NOW JOe ,: Reg. $12.50. Special $9.95 pair

i '68 Envelopes ...-.--.:.-.-... 40C loc : 19 Prs. 34" x .90"

43 Scrapbooks .......-.._.._..1.50 S1.00 : $3.95 pair
i est 29 Snapshot Books ..M.....,..1.50 $1.00 Reg. $5.98. Special

21 Guest Logs ......________ 1.00 150 i remarkable
t A most value In cheerful charm
2 Snapshot Books .-..$1.00 15e these flower-fresh prints on textureweave1'Scrapbook
ey I IO ..........-.--.......$1.00 15e S: novelty cotton in cool summer colors of blue
f 12 Wooden Scrapbooks ..._.._...... $2.50 $1.50 rose and tan. Unlined. with tie-backs.

EASIEST TERMS I IN TOWN! I 32 7 Portfolios Address-Memo.__._. Books2.50.._ -_ .$2.95 $1.50$1.50 :: Draperies-Ivey'i Fifth Floor

A>oow+.d S+ot.c .haw Me 27 Diaries _........_- _-_,_.,_. 1.95 $1.00 :
way mad it a policy to 26 Diaries .. .. .....-".._._$1.00 50e ,
F:;., tel MI easy terms' .making $ 66 Children's Stationery ...-.. $1.00 50e 1

7 ;H powible for you to boy the 1: 7 Hobby Stationery h"._-._". 59c 390 :

". BIGSTORES the yom want and i.**din A B7 Wit's-End Stationery __ 69c 39c ALL PURPOSE CHAIRS ..
many eetet roeM pay WEEK
i .g Krrtea; .....;....._ CAVENDALE STATIONERY i Regularly $17.95

Your name or initials in gold silver Smartest chairs in town for lawn
or bronze printed free of 1A porch cr game i'oom-fiturd7.
charge on Cavendale stationery modern comfort In the brisk bas
180 club-sized single sheets In ket-weave seats and backs of.
rj pink blue tan or white. G. springy canvas in striking checks

[TAMPA UKELAND) $1.00 box of green red and and white.white blue and white


SARASOTA MIAMI Stationery-Iveyi Street Floor 9 WI
J'umJture-1ft1" Fifth Floor
I N. ORANGE ORLANDO Phone 5300 .'

I -i The Fashion and Quality Store Since 1894
i 1i

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