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Title: Orlando morning sentinel
Alternate title: Orlando Sunday sentinel
New year sentinel=star
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Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 60 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W.M. Glenn
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: May 8, 1947
Publication Date: 1918-1953
Frequency: daily[<1926>-1953]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division, and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 6, no. 94 (June 1, 1918)-v. 64, no. 32 (July 27, 1953).
General Note: "Inland Florida's greatest newspaper."
General Note: "Independent Democratic." Cf. Ayer, 1946.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Morning sentinel
Succeeded by: Orlando sentinel (Orlando, Fla. : 1953)

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: XXIII-NO. 31062 ORLANDO FLORIDA. THURSDAY. MAY 8. 1947 TWENTY'PAGES



New Military !MEASURE AWAITS CALDWELL'S SIGNATURE Long DistancePhone


Co-Education' Bill I Oklahoma Solon Shot ;



0 Units Sought Workers





For' OrlandoThree Delegations For Passed State by Colleges SenateTALLAHASSEE Near AccordFinal AgreementSaid Feud Ends in Senate




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Leave on Trips 'In the Bag'
[AP] General co-education will be

Three teams of civic-i permitted at Florida's State-operated colleges for white WASHINGTON [UP] Their One Worry Off a Tax Tired Public Rep. J. Scott

minded Orlando citizens left students after July 1' for the first time in more than 40 I strike front broken by local

for farflung places yester-' years if Gov. ,Caldwell does not veto a bill which cleared settlements in a dozen sections -

day in an effort to bring through the Legislature yesterday. I of the country, telephone Held Anglin

three new military organizations With no debate and without a I union leaders last ;

to the Orlando Army AirBase single. dissenting vote, the Senate night were reported preparing to : .

and thus prevent a possible Park Meters passed a House-approved bill per- call off the key long distance I c

transfer from the city of the 14th mitting men and women togetherto operators' walkout for an average Ak 4)) WoundedDifferent
(
diP/4
Air Force. Election Set attend the University of Florida I. wage increase of $4.44 a week. I z= J1

Headed for Washington by train and Florida State College for Authoritative sources close to

are Ray PaschaU ACL assistant Women which now will become the long lines negotiations said Stories m

general passenger For June 3 Florida State University. the final agreement was "in the Told of Shooting I

agent and Meanwhile the House passed bag" as a result of a prolonged
Council yesterday set
Greater OrlandoC City with minor amendments the bargaining conference In which J OKLAHOMA CITY [UP]

of C director. June 3, as the date of the Senate approved measure granting both the union and the American Two pistol-packing Legisla.

Mayor William special election when Or- new non-traffic arrest authority Telephone & Telegraph Company A '
tors brought a hometownfeud
Beardall Martin lando voters will determine to State highway patrol- made cash concessions to speed 'i;
into the Senate cham
Andersen. pub- whether desire men. It authorizes patrolmen to 'a settlement of the 31-day-old
they parking
Usher of The make arrests on the highways strike. ; ber at the Oklahoma capitol
meters in the downtown business
Sentinel Star, section.: I gives them police immunityand Informants said the company yesterday and it exploded in gunfire -

Henry Balch, In calling the election, the makes Interference with advanced Its original wage offer that wounded Sen. Tom Anelin. -

editorial directorof I them in performance of their to the long distance operators dean of the Upper House.
Council acted on a petition submitted -
.duties 1Il "&I. / Anglin. 64. was shot once. Rep.
The Sentinel- last Friday with 334 & from 10.9 cents an hour to 11.1 /

Star and director signatures protesting the parking The, co-education measure also cents and that the union LEg Jimmie Scott 34-year-old Marine

Beardall of the C of C. meter ordinance and requesting a provides that the Board of Con- trimmed Its own demands down veteran (serving his first term In

Headed for San Antonio. Tex. referendum. trol shall set the number and I to that figure from 12.8. % 1Ji the Lower House, was arrested

Dr. Rocher Chappell. classification of I ; i minutes later and jailed without
by air are Although the petition was I II women students I With more than half the 325- f
Maj. Oen. Edwin J. House and I who may attend the university at 060 telephone strikers already fI charge after questioning. Both
signed by a large number of | i yiS'p
I Scott and Anglin are from Hol-
George Brett. Gainesville and the
Lt. Gen. number of
non-registered voters Mayor back on the Job or pledged to return I denville.
Off for Panama City by ,auto men who may enroll at Florida : under local agreements
William Beardall uld it bad
are Paul J. Stlne, president of State. I Anglin's condition was described -
been properly submitted under I. reached in 11 States and the District '
the CofC and A. C. [Andy provisions of the city charter. No present colleges or divisions : of Columbia, a settlement of as "good" by attendantsat

Slaughter secretary.The now established at either institution University Hospital. X-ray
lines dispute was
the key long
The charter provides for repeal (
examination showed they said,
Washington contingent may be transferred to the t. 4-k
expected to bring about an early _
reconsideration of ,
or an ordinance,
that vital
other. '. p.- no organs were struckby
will contact the Florida Congressional resumption of normal service ,.,,,/ft .1
delegation and seek or the calling of a referendum by Gov. Caldwell. who once called the ; cp.i the ballet which ripped Into
throughout country.
political aid In bringing new the Council upon receipt of a the bill a "sensible" plan. is expected ;; : I I Anglin'i left hip and emerged

military units to Orlando. as petition signed by 25 per cent of to sign it into law. The decision. announced Tues- II through his right side. Anglin
the number of voters in the last I was expected to be able to leave
well at Interview high officials The old seminaries at Gainesville day night that the telephone I II|
general election. the
r providing and Tallahassee strike would be settled on a local the hospital In a few weeks.
In the War Department seeking petition is submitted within 10 predeces- I I
their advice and assistance. Ion of the two present colleges, basis means. if this plan is followed Reports on the shooting differed -
days from the date of passage of
II I that the negotiations for on many points. It 'occurred
were co-educational nntil the
The croup headed for San Antonio the ordinance or before it becomes i
will interview the command- effective. Bookman Act in 1905 co':50ll-: this area will be carried on in, in the early afternoon before the

I The petition showed signaturesof dated the college' system and Atlanta. Al Mooneyham. Orlando I Senate was recalled to session

district of Southern Bell from the noon recess.
185 registered voters 144 non- created a woman's college here manager

registered voters. 85 property own- and the university for men at Telephone & Telegraph Co.. said Scott apparently fired t'litee.,
I I Gainesville. last night. II | with one bullet going wild. Two
ers and 39 property owners out- I "
'. I Union officials here also said empty cartridge cases were foundin
side the city. Since then, some women above I
that negotiations of Southern 'FrostsForecast I his .32 calibre automatic pistoL
City Clerk Ed McDowell said, .21 have been. enrolled in the various ,'Federation Telephone Workers i GOP DefeatedOn Killing GreekTurkishAid I Some Senators were under the.
no date had bAn set for the professional schools of the university -
I that returnedthe
would be carried on with the company [ Impression Anglin
For the past year, FSCW TodayFor
closing of city registration books. i I fire with one wild shot from

The charter provides that books I has had co-education in all but.1! Both in Atlanta. and union Midwest Areas his .25 calibre pistol. But AngUs

'4 I must be closed at least 15 day ,name because students at the spokesmen company stated that they! had Labor Issue Debate Ends I denied it.Scott. .
University of Florida branch have
.' (Continued on Page 2. CoL 31 I been attending classes with girls t not as yet received any word from CHICAGO IAP1 Freezing temperatures I II who told State authoritieshe

at the college. I: headquarters as to the progressof WASHINGTON [AP] Re- I and killing frosts were I WASHINGTON [UP] The secured a gun permit only a
Broker I|, in prospect for the northern parts week- ago claimed Angljn "drewon
Wealthy House wound nine hours
(Details of other State Legislative any talks.Truman buffing Republican leaders, I of the Midwest early Thursday : up me first." Anglin Scott said

Chappell Brett developments appear on I the Senate yesterday de- .I i of rough and tumble debate I
but forecasters said little if any
Commits Suicide was a "powerful man and his

tag officer of an Air Forces medical -;i I SAYVILLE. N. Y. [UP Theodore page 91.German). I I Observes feated, 44 to 43, a proposal to I II damage. to early crops was expected. I II on Pres. Truman's anti-I strong arm always placed pressure(!

training school there which write a limitation on in- Communist Greek Turkishaid on me."
A wet and cold Spring has decayed -::
Jackson Knapp. wealthy Is Victim In : Birthday Today I
must move to a new location on dustry-wide collective bargaining the normal growing season program yesterday. I Anglin. who was freed 15 years
stock I
broker and head of the
June 30.After Palestine Mystery I WASHINGTONAPJ[ Pres. into pending labor disputes legis- I! from two to three weeks behind j The Senate-approved $400 million ago on an assault charge crowing -
Aqueduct Race Track. shot him-
inviting this medical unit JERUSALEM. Palestine [UP] 'Truman will observe his 63rd lation. I last year's. The only possible I I measure will be thrown open out of an alleged attempt to
self to death with a shotgun yesterday 'I threat was to fruit trees, strawberries -
to Orlando the trio will fly to in his room in an exclusive Gunmen believed to be membersof birthday today but has no special It was a stinging setback for 1< and early oats. to amendment today and a vote I shoot a critical new paper editor.

Washington where they will call sportsmen's club on Long Island. the Stern Jewish undergroundgroup I, plans for celebration. Sen. Taft [Ohio], chairman of ]' Freezing temperatures were i on final passage may come by denied drawing first and said h9

on Chief of Staff Dwight Eisenhower walked into a crowded sub- Presidential Secretary Charles the Senates GOP policy committee forecast for Wisconsin and upper I Friday. 'was puzzled about Scott's motive.
The Suffolk County Sheriff's office
1
the Surgeon General. Gen. said Knapp committed suicide urban cafe yesterday and fired G. Ross said yesterday that Mr. I and the labor committee.He j and were lower predicted Michigan.for Northern Heavy frosts Ulii I, Orators of both sides brought I "He's just crazy," Anglin laid.

(Continued on Page 2, CoL 5] using a string to pull the!1 two pistol shots into the head of Truman will hold a news confer- along with Sen. Wherry (Neb], i, nois and Indiana and scattered I the debate to a stormy finish S Senate Pres. Pro Tempore

trigger of the gun. The shotgun :!I Billy Helmuth. a non-Jewish Ger- ence at 10:30: ajn. (EST) and the Republican whip had pre- frosts in North Central and East- 'I although their arguments differed -' James. C. Nance said the IbootInC' *

The Weather one cartridge fired. was found in'' man who was sitting with his : plans to work as. usual through dicted passage of the amendmentby ern Southern Iowa.Indiana.Central Illinois and little from those heard before apparently stemmed from

I the room. There were no suicide i beautiful blonde Jewish girl 1 : the day. a "comfortable margin." j it started. the fact that Anglin's Holden-

ORLANDO AND VICINITY: notes. friend. Helmuth was killed in- Mr. Truman observed his first The amendment would have out- Five Foot Colonel Is Supporters said the program I ville law firm had handled a .
\ Partly cloudy continued warm birthday in the White House two !
stantly. lawed recognition of national would 'stave off another world' property settlement for Scott'sdivorced

through scattered tomorrow showers ;today.few widely Brazil Communist Party Police were mystified at the years ago by announcing V-E Day I unions for bargaining purposes, New WAC Director war: opponents claimed it would wife.

motive for the shooting and were at a news conference. [See editor- : :, WASHINGTON lAP) Col. Mary start one.Former. I I his
with some exceptions. |' Anglin said he drew pistol
Outlawed by TribunalRIO not sure that Helmuth ial on page 81. i I Hallaren of Lowell Mass..'who has I Speaker Sam Rayburn'.
Cracker Jim Sez: was the : 8 till pending is another to "stand tall" to meet the Army's D-Tex. and Rep. James W. but only after he had fellen to the
DE JANEIRO AP] The
Been intended victim. There was some I' Stassen Seen in 1948 amendment by Sen. Ball [IR- height requirement of five feet for I Wadsworth. [IR-N. Y.I Joined in carpet of the Senate chamber He
to
to up that there State I Supreme Electoral Tribunal by a I II speculation whether the girl, who Minn.] to outlaw industry women soldiers, yesterday was a plea for passage. :i did not fire at Scott be said be*
capital how I
see them law three to two decision yesterday disappeared during the shooting. Vice-Presidential Role wide strikes by making them sworn in as director of the Worn- j '
I afraid of hitting
matin fellows is doin j "This is to forestall cause he was
a an they I I I a plan
outlawed Brazil's Community Party I' might have been the real target. subject to anti-trust laws. ||'en.s Army Corps. which is observ- "
are shore junin aroun. Had me .a i She has been identified as a mem- SOUTH ST. PAUL Minn. [API ing its fifth anniversary on May I aggression Rayburn said. U'sI some of his Senate colleagues.
;
meal in one of -one -of the largest in the [! ber of the Stern gang and was. I Harold E. Stassen, avowed 1948 Taft opposes thi, on the 14. I I| plan for peace. It's a plan to I "I can't pin it down" Scott said.
them fancy dude Western Hemisphere-and the I grounds it "goes too far." He said |1 sterilize the seeds of war."
l arrested'four days ago but was re- I candidate for the Republican Col. Hallaren who good humor- ,i"I don't know what was between
eatln Government
places an promptly moved to that while he is willing to curb
the way they close up the party's 445 clubs in )leased. Presidential nomination. would industry-wide bargaining the edly "wears the nickname of "Pee !]'| "I rejoice." said Wadsworth. I us. He was a powerful man and
Wee. is the third director of the time .
"that for the first America.spiritually >
dished it up was this country. not be averse to taking second : matter of a ban on industry-wide WACs. The first Col. Oveta i his strong arm always placed pressure -
was well
Russian equipped as as
plumb scande- Plainclothes police in motor Diplomatic the 1948 ticket he Indicated .strikes should be left to a Senate- didn'tstayout
place on Gulp Hobby who saw the WACs materially equipped has an- : on me. He told me if I
louse Had some i cars began the drive against the committee. which
clubs I or cells after the Tribunal's I j Luggage Claimed Lost last night as he arrived I!I House study through the war. She was succeeded. nounced to the world that she intends of his way he'd kill me.
sausage eggs an would be set up under the pend-
Rrtts an they out 4 I(I verdict was communicted to Justice -! LONDON lAP] The Moscow i home after a survey of conditions I ing labor disputes bill.i shortly before V-J Day, by to defend liberty. This bill 1 We both started drawing.

butter on them Minister Benedito Costa Neto. ,1 radio last night broadcast a news in Europe. I II i I I It was in an attempt to Col. Westray Battle Boyce of to me is a forthright declaration. 1 : "I don't see how I was in his
N. C. "
Mount.
grits stead of Six hundred agents of the BrazilIan dispatch from New York which I'i j Queried as to whether he would I toughen this bill which already Rocky J[tin support of righteousness. : way. He drew a gun-at least I
ham Federal police had been alert- said that two pieces of Russian ,I i thought he did. I did everythingI
gravy an I accept the Vice-Presidential nomination contains a number of curbs on I "If any other nation pointed
hit wasn't even churned butter. ed in anticipation of the decision. : diplomatic luggage had been lost Stassen. replied: "That strikes and other union activities Steel Strike Settled As toward us with the tame kind knew to please him. I asked him

From the looks of the crops up I The Army also was Instructed to'' in the New York customs house reI I would depend upcn the circumstances that Taft and others backed the Workers Get New of program I would want to I many times what I could do. and
that way we are goin to have a prevent demonstrations. cently and that it was the second !1 I at the time of the convention curb on industry-wide bargain- Wage declare war on It immediately" : I would be tickled to death to do

downrite bountiful Summer iffen I Instance of a loss of Russian dip the platform the candidate II I I lag. CHICAGO [UP1 The steel in- shouted Rep.Walter K. Granger, it."
,
it dont rain too much an myalmanic Gandhi in Party Rift lomatic baggage there. I:I and the Issues current then." dustry's only major strike was set- i [D-UUhJ. I i I Scott hired two attorneys who
says it's goin to be rite The dispatch said that in the I, I tled yesterday when Inland Steel I f silenced their client and issued a
dry. On Partition QuestionNEW latest Instance American customs i: I'II Korea Aid To Be Proposed Company and the CIO United I "The Truman doctrine proposesa : brief statement saying: "Wheni

II i delivered only 27 of 29 pieces of j Six-Gun Law Officer Dies WASHINGTON [API Secretary Steelworkers signed a contract system of military alliances i ,i I the facts are out. we think they
fr DELHI. India [DP] Mo- '
baggage sent by the Soviet Ministry TUCSON, Ariz. TAP] Jeff D. of State Marshall said yesterday raising wage 15.1 cents per hour throughout the world and that: will show this is not the first time
D.riM. TODAY TIDC besides K. Gandhi his first open of Foreign Affairs to Rus- Milton. 85. one of the last of the |'I the Administration will submit and insuring labor peace in the our economy be used to back up' Anglin has drawn on somebody
10 12 pm: V Lew*'"4 THt.b U a.JB.; 3JJ 9S3 P m.a.a.a break with the Congress Party of sian diplomats in the United old Western peace officers who'! shortly to Congress a proposal toI company for two years. these alliances." said Rep. George first."
*' ;*.. IMII Jid..i tilth 10-03 a.III.. which he is spiritual leader announced States. administered law by six-shooter. I I i help rebuild Korea. Other officials The contract contained a "un- ''H. Bender [R-OhioJ. "Such a i Formal charges will be filed

IB.n....p.t.m..:.Low 1ASI5 4.n TidM i m: .bit 3 U p'..N m. I yesterday that he is I died quietly yesterday at his home I said it may call for a first year ion responsibiliy clause"-one of system means financial bankruptcyand I against Scott today.Tonight's .
.11I.
1017 pm,.: Low 4." cm.; 3'38 11!ft.lUll ; I opposed to any partition of India $40,000 Reward Offered I here. I I outlay of $75 million. the first ever included in a steel : ruinous inflation in the '
PKMM Jlim: 8 40; 8rt 7.03. | between Hindus and Moslems. "
LOCAL TIM CMATUCS ,I industry contract-which .prohibits United States. ( Movies
Moslem leader Mohammed AH'jinnah CAIRO. Egypt [UP] The Egyptian -'
Rt6fdwl by V 0. WfBtlivr Burns I' I' wildcat strikes or other work r I BEACHAM! Trtfl Street." I23. 3.XT.ROZT .
said to his followers Government
last
itunlelpal I own night offer BOYCOTT THREAT FORCES ACTION
Airporti 3.29. 733. 933.
i l>. Minimum 68 that decisions concerning the ed $40.000 reward for information stoppages. Nine Die in British Blast ': : Trial Street." 1.23. 327. S:29.i .
1 1.1ft. _-_____ U 1 11.... ___ 1'7 whole of India-and presumablythe I leading to the arrest of II BARNELEY. England (API ,731. 933:
2 ___ the I !
alii. 72 2 person t *
--- P.III. 17 Criita.
.3 a.1II. __ Tt :I P.... It 11 partition question-probably I who planted a time-bomb which UN General Assembly Invites 'Church Plans Drive violent blast accompanied by a I 250 COWNY'Th.SOO. 712.: 9 Return 25 of Musts.
.a.1II. '0 4 P'". It would be announced within a few damaged the AmericanownedMetro Ii NEW YORK IA?) The National sheet of flame killed nine miners GRAND: THi Brut* Mm." 2 54. 4:41.:
III. .t 5p.m.U I "
.. 7:12. :38"Mr. Hex. 1:00. J.24. '.4a.
1..9 Pili. I' weeks. Theater last night. One of Church Council of the Protestant and injured 25 at Barneley Mm 1:12. 10:31.I : .
... 7a.... __ It 7 p... I. II the 12 launch the first mine ,." 9 115.
a __ persons injured in the blast Arabs To Air Palestine ViewsLAKE Episcopal Church will a I yesterday. It was RIALTO"Landrail* 2;40. 45.
a. Tt "
p." II 1 died Government 1118 I SO; -Slntln In Tb' corn 130. JO.
I the
S a. __ '1 p.1II. __ 17 | Execution Stay Denied yesterday raising the death nationwide advertising campaign disaster since I 1'100. 540.vooU. .
10 am. ___ 80 10 __ I toll to five.What methods Britain's Coal Mines .
P" 15 "adopting the so successfully nationalized : "JIumorftClae. 30"1.; S'30. 9 SSi"tti
11 .JB.Kooa ---___ IJ as 11 p.... _u 74 I I BATON ROUGE La. [UP] A SUCCESS. Y. [UP] Threat of an Arab boy- i used by business" in an I last January.. Ore! U 2* Tooof." 200. o-O.:
--- Midnisbi. 72yfMptaTuUSSWN(5 second last-minute to
------ attempt cott forced the United Nations General to meetin I enroll 60 million Americans -, I 41
I! stay the execution of Willie Fran- : No Kosher? Assembly effort to I DRnrr-IK- "Girt.of the Llmberloit"' '
WASHINGTON ra't: Wtathtr (Sureui | cis was denied yesterday by the JERUSALEM. Palestine [UP an unprecedented emergency session yesterday and who now have no church I King Has Cold DELANOSecret CLERMONTTh Heart.KiUert:D&EKA: '"Th
rrport of for Uio 14 bouts000lul I I Louisiana Workmen issue invitation to I affiliation it was announced yesterday [UP) King Georgeis Riser Edit" .
8pm: '. Supreme Court but ordered to remove a a specific to an Arab spokesman speak LONDON EUSTIS "Cet.Wd Mlrirte"
ltat.*. Mi L* I'Ita""ii HI L i Bertrand Deblanc, counsel for the supposedly empty Kosher meat r on the Palestine problem. l- _ confined to his quarters with a GROVELANO: ; "The Juntle Prtntei"
LUssis AallnU: ,ei &0'' Memphis 05 as condemned Negro said he had applied box became suspicious at its lI lj I I slight cold advices from the battleship HAIKES CITY: 'The Outlaw"xjslMMzL '
s 11' WI.IDI II et for U. S. weight I The Arabs earlier had receivedan the Assembly all along had expected ', aboard which .. Tb Beilanins. or Tn
AUaa. City IT IS Woblle 72 U a Supreme Court yesterday. They found in j i _1947 JQay 1947 Vanguard End
BtnalBlh.1II 7s II WODt.emu" Tr It review of the decision. it a Jewish prisoner with a supply invitation from UN's Political to let the Arab High Committee 1 the royal family is returning from. MT DORAi "Crimln Court "Crlmi

_BoetoD 1&11.10 U 3. 12 37 I JiI.w(.w Oflesna York It 11 5 53. of water, a knife and $200 in cash. Committee. but Arabs were in a representing Palestine Sun JMM 11M 14 Tfc-t frt Sot II South Africa said yesterday. Doctor SANFORD Mtnbnnt.:*.T" Com II: Oo"WINTER
Chat& g5 J4 IJ worrota __ lie Food Crisis Seen in Britain huff because the invitation did Arabs, send a representative before GARDEN. "Blondlo K&OVf
cbIsou. u 31 Phllall.lpbta IT $0 not come from the full General the Political Committee to 8 9 10 Best"
a-.tt 12 4a "P1ttallurlb 41 31 LONDON (APJ Lord Woolton. Killer Dies in Chair Assembly. The General Assembly Revolt Rumored Wl.NltR HAVEN: "It.r.Ie."
testily.
a..la.4 I
D.U'e1' U_. 31 34 RldulIOn4 B\ Lev:. aJ 84: 60_ who was Britain's wartime Minister I CONVENT. La. [UP] Alonzo Itself Invited the Jewish agency Only Guatemala voted againstthe H 12 13 14 15 16 17 I CARACAS. Venezuela UPI n.tte.PALACE LAKELAND: -POLK: ":TUbtin"My rTOrtU rronttormia. BrB-*-
.I.eb.D'Espss CUr.s It 11 B.$ ADloW. IJ .5 of Food said in the House of "Blackle" Jones. condemned killer and this hurt the Arabs' dignity.To resolution. The United States Normal radio and telephone communications ." "Hardbollcd Mboney." LAKJbMooolUbl
It" Weii" 11'0 4Q SOlD lu.au J're. U IJ.S&3 Lords .yesterday that the countrywas of''' two men. died in Louisiana's appease them, the Assembly and Great Britain voted for it 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 between Venezuela IIoG.ta.I. ."

Utiti ltunU task:. 70 II n$5 'f..U a..ttI. as I" Tt to I "in danger of a food 'crisiS"I'i portable electric chair yesterday approved. 39 to 1. with nine,ab- but Russia and the Slavic bloc abstained : and COlmbiaere! cut off yesterday I. En".. world' 1mit ..U 4u r
IA8 A 5sj.. 74 II, ekibir. .. 'a I" 'I as serious as last I claiming that false testimony bad I stentions including the Russian on grounds the resolutionwas 252627 28 293I amid rumors here of a revo- pass op to $1506 *ver lift prlc* SotI2u
3.ou15L. II 41 Wukt. 11 .1 astrous shortage of coaL I I been given against him. bloc a resolution affirming that unnecessary. lution in Colombia. ant INT aiwmoblle.-fAdY.3.


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4 SPECIAL THIS/ WEEK South WarnedST.

t. Election Set OrlandoContinued


"Air' Flight" Circulator $42 35 Fighter GroupWASHINGTON ( from Pare 1] LOUIS (UP] The Her, t
FLOOR TYPE FANS a For June 3 Louie D. Newton. Atlanta Ga.
Carl Spaatz and other close
warned a convention of Southern
WE [Continued from Page 1] LAP A new indication friends and Army acquaintancesof Baptists yesterday that it faces Frequent, carefully-planned departures, well-timed

DELIVER Phone 8158 IS S. Main st. prior to the election. Absentee of the growing strategic Gen. House and Oen. Brett. I a "society of moral disintegration ; connections, downtown stations, low fates:

ballots may be cast not more Importance attached to the North- Both Oen. House and Gen. Washington, D. C $1125 Atlanta, Go. S6.7S
than 15 days or less than three east corner. of the United States Brett comparative newcomers to Newton, the convention president Philadelphia Pa. 13.65 Chattanooga, Tenn. 8.60
days prior to the election.. I Orlando anxious I told 11,000 delegates and! New York, t 1. Y. 15.00 Cincinnati O. 12.95 J
came last night In an Army Air are to "do something" visitors from 20 States that
Boston, Mass. 18.00 Indianapolis, lad f 1460
<
H. suggested for their home
Atty. A. WhIttaker adopted
I Forces announcement that a com- "Southern Baptists are largely responsible Pittsburgh, Pa. 16.10 Chicago III. 17,25
I the Council repeal or reconsiderthe town.
bat group equipped with the new- I for moral conditions In & Charleston, W. Va. 12.60 Buffalo, N. Y. 18.45
The Panama :
Isbell's ordinance, rather than goingto City-bound duo
the South and we dare not '
Jimmy Grocery the expense of an election every I est jet fighter planes will be bas- will Interview the commanders ofa from this battleground." retreat : Winsfon-Salem, N.C 8.75 Detroit Mich. 16.75

time the parking meter question ed at Dow Field Me. technical unit there which also ;I i Not including trtasportttioa fax
came up. Less than a week ago the AAP has to move by June 30. 'I, "Government. local State and
1101 West Colonial "We aren't going to repeal or !disclosed plans to build a base Thus far the story of the 14th National. Is making the fatal Jc GREYHOUND BUS STATION
reconsider ordinance. Comm. for heavy longe-range bombersat Air Force leaving Orlando is in error of encouraging revenue r/a
R. I.. Williams said. "We'll hold' the Easternmost tip of Maine. ..... from the vices of citizenry. he "\ t.2!f: 25 Wall St. Phone %-3195ll Jr
worth driving a elections just as often as you bringIn This base is being constructedwith I aid. The home Is under attack If} y City Ticket Office 30 E. Pine Phone 3301rjN
They ore
'
petitions. funds originally intended for as never before and Juvenile delinquency -

fewextra blocks for The Council approved the zoningof I development of a very heavy U. Increases In alarming
Copeland Park subdivision as bomber base In Newfoundland. proportions. ;iiawi4

a restricted residential area at the I The recent decision of the U. S.
request of a delegation from the The 14th fighter group an
element of the AAPs >air defense Supreme Court authorizing use of
1 13/4 2Vz Ib. Copeland Park Property Owners public funds to transport children
to average command will be based at
Assn. However the zoning does -- -- -
r not affect property on Kuhl Ave.j Dow Field, near Bangor, and to parochial schools was seen by
oar Newton as a threat "to darken the
outfitted with P-84 Thunder-
which had been zoned commercial
BROILERS or FRYERS prior to passage of the new zoning jets, of the type which flew 619 [torch of religious liberty
I He urged the convention to demand
miles
-
ordinance last October. I an hour in speed trials at
I the Mnroe Army Air Base CaL. Y that Pres. Truman recall
The Council had previously | j
(his personal representative to the
last October. I
toned the area for restricted j
'
Vatican and make known "that i iY
residential building, but Its I The 14th will commence opera- Slaughter Stine M- i I we will not compromise with pol- i The flavor of these '
action not official Inasmuch exqvisite
was
tions at Dow Field this Summer
59C 'itical ecclesiasticism and clerical
Per Pound! as no public hearing was held. |but first pilots of the group will the street rumor stare but the Facism on any terms whatever." ', rolls will evote a joyful I response ,
Request to designate certain train at Muroc. using the initial talk has been that '
,,' so persistent r 'from every member of yovr'family,
lots for multiple dwelling puri i 30 P-84s due to come off the pro- the City Council and the CofC t .'_ '
POI e s. Including apartment duction lines of Republic AircraftCo. decided to take Immediate action ; I for KEYKO blends a certain"Form.
houses and doctors offices had May Exerted .' j fish"milkRavorthaLxplainswhJr 1 1I
h This Price Holds the Rest of Week to forestall it If possible. i
been referred to the Planningand
Eventually the 14th will have a These city: officials and civic I it is Americas finest margarine. :
.
Zoning Commission.Also total complement of 83 jet fight I leaders reason that if the 14th Pressure SI
zoned as a restricted residential ers. Says j S
section was the east side The 14th group will be the first I I POTATO IEfllGlUTOllOUS :
of Delaney St. from Miller Ave.. 'tactical organization to receive Witness -. 1 1 c.... YM" S..www '-
to Conway Rd. P-84s. Other fighter groups, however ( Mo. ..... .,.
SMALL FRY. . . . . bYS By resolution the Council now are equipped with some I I WASHINGTON (API Levin H. ... .....
granted the State Road Dept.. an ,of the older P-80 jet models which { Campbell, former Army ordnance I HcvpKIYICO i iS
easement for the construction and ...
1 h milkCumbU
are somewhat slower and er! cvp
pre.umIlablY chief testified yesterday that ex- .... _.....
maintenance!: of two ditches have shorter than the n. I I 1 sap pM./ea 1
through city property near the range +asI4 Congressman Andrew J. May exerted 1 .... w.. ....... 1
city stockade which will border & "pressure" for the Garsson r 1 ......... ... j
I' munitions makers during the war .......
the proposed highway from Or- g I 0 cv, l.w
I, lando to Minorville.I i,! Senator and that this tended to hamperthe _
I Raps Army munitions program. yml eoU h t..iat., bed and e
I
At the same time the Councilwas 1
.
,
% t
I fS i add was w.1.r..d I obUipoo w.r.5.
then Lt. Gen.
Campbell
now
a
Informed that the Road '
Dept. Rand for i. CA..UTKO
: -.oars to
ry
I I \ is International Harvester Co.
; an r
had officially designated Colonial' Post OfficeDepartment J i, 4 nmawiKf fugor. Add milk to mm+tt
'' _. vice-president in Chicago. He told ... ...
Dr.. between the Orange Blossom' """"'" "-- potato cud conbM wilt ttYKO Colt
t Trail and Mills Ave. as a part of'' House Paschall I the May Garsson War Fraud a la./.d add k y.ml.t.h. wd,.p,
the new cross-State road. Trial Judy that May as chairmanof \ .d.5 lot h 2 cup.of flour and Ml.iM*tonutoMna
Henri Mlum!
the OAB unit will have
moves "- .
the House Committee
Approved was the installation of Military j ko-l Innh toft ** KEYKO to cooi** otiaiof ..
a traffic light at the Intersection WASHINGTON [ API Sen. nothing to do and the military establishments brought pressure to bear on him \ :, ..d. Cover doMy. Stor.m Mrigorator
of Summerlin St. and Colonial Dr.I I Bridges (R-NHl accused the post In Orlando will be a for favors to Henry and Murray ad n dy to M. Shape m durdifa III w..d
I thing of the past for the time being Garsson. The Government charges WOT place.dd dauW w both ed hot*
-
Mayor Beardall and McDowell office department yesterday of *
at least. s m m h<* OHM ((400 to 423 P1 far IS to 20
., were authorized to execute an cutting down on mail service in that they bought May's Influence j .i A.. wins 3 to t doMH gal.j .
They figure that the War De-
agreement with the Dr. P. Phillips I a "brazen" attempt to discreditthe .
Co. calling for annual payments Congressional moneysavingdrive. partment probably looks upon the Classifying Miy's frequent telephone j
maintenance of the 14th here as conservations to him in behalf .
of 2250. beginning May 1. 1947, -
by the company for damages to I "It makes my blood boil." the of the Garssons as "Blitz 1
city sewera by Industrial waste chairman of the Senate Appro- calls," Campbell said he had conversations -
from its N. Orange Ave. plant. priations Committee said. Actually about war contracts
I he said the funds In question with other Congressmen, and possibly yAijJr

Pilot CAA Official aren't even under considerationby .3 even with Cabinet membersand A
Congress. the White House.
HO ERCEREAL(4ioroRco.D} ; I! Killed in Helicopteri Bridges called it "brazen propaganda I But none employed pressure like

GA/iK/ MORE ENERGY! EXTM CXjSf. i I SEATTLE Wash. UPI 1 Th to prejudice the American May did. the witness'maintainedand
I public against the Congress and added, "I don't recall any k
pilot and Civil Aeronautics Au- I
a
PPE5fi i I
FLAVOR BE SURF YOU ** 9 9> mfmffTCORN thorny official were killed last I its work trying to eliminate Government (other case of this kind. r 4 .a 9awkwpgStCIBARTUSH
GET THE OWS/ML/ KELI.OGGSCORN I waste.
'
night when a helicopter explodedin I
FLUES M THE WHITS+ s the air and crashed into Lake "Apparently he continued ..... at1t Hydrogen, a gas that burns, and
"word has gone out from the -- i oxygen, which supports combustion I
REDAND .
GREEN PACKAGE.KCUUI Union. Post I Batch Andersena combined. FOODS ht. Gs.eretl 0sitar Dtrsf i, M1c.
I The victims were: Angus Mac- I Office Department to ( form water when
M r/UHY/ SOL TNI OUCIIM.' Arthur., chief pilot for Central I postmasters all over the nation big expense because of the trem- ------- -
WTlllIICMTVU Jlltftdl 's Aircraft Co.. owner of the craft instructing them that it is endous size of the base. However 1
,, and Walter Storck. chief of the ,I necessary to cut down mail services they feel that If one or more additional -
CWTtMII IMf .'IH.W..M.DRESS. %7tif CAA Private and Commercial Pilot because of failure"of Congress units are obtained for the
Section in Washington D. C. I to provide funds. I Orlando base the War Department 1i 1I r
The Senator exhibited newspaper would decide to keep the
During 1945 one patient was ad- statements quoting Patrick 14th here. i SPECIAL NOTICEYouth
J. Connelly and Kramer
Harry
mitted in the I
to a hospital con- In addition to the technical unit
: FABRICSiI tinental United States every two postmasters at Boston and Holland at Panama City and the medical
Mich., respectively. These
seconds on the average. I unit at San Antonio, both of I
said that mail deliveries and
I which must move by June 30; OrMando -
ams Chambrays Spun Rayons Taffeta I : other services must be curtailed"all hopes to get the 9th Air i
,
the
over country as a resultof For Christ Contestants
Rideout Market I: a failure of Congress to pass Force a tactical unit to move
here.
the customary deficiency appro- j .
1000 YARDS 235 W. Church St. priation bill to allow Government I I ;-. .
agencies to finish the final monthsof has frequent convulsive spells

COMPARE THESE PRICES the fiscal year ending June 30. during which he becomes The attendance contest will begin officially! Saturday May 10. with they
"These statements are com- violent showed remarkable Im-

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Canned Spam 37c item which covers these mat- but afterwards Avak led his
1200 YARDS CURTAIN SCRIM[
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Special while the Budget Bureau." ,, and the
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Coffee 44c rally line AprU 1 may a new (11]
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to Dave Elll ., contest [11 Win.
b* filled eat fee every new member and turned over secretary.
Faith Healer an will .. boy and fir who have brought most new members through July I rally. nil] Prize will
Men's Athletic Men' Broadcloth Hills Bros. NEED A BOILER? ; be tree trip to Wlnona Lake, led. July 11-20. for third annual Youth for Christ Convention.


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Skop Addresses ., Palestine and establishment of a former of recent Rollins plays I Thursday, May 8, 1947 Drlanfct(
fHarataa fcttiiinrl -
the solution contributes 1 Paae 3
Jewish commonwealth as Rollins Show a large share to the -
Zionist Council to the problem of displaced success and a talented male'quintet -
The United States must keep Jews in Europe. In the second-half "Alsace- ]I Diamonds are 85 times as hardas I :
the nearest competitive
alive the democratic of the Stanley Becker. Massada group gem. 1
spirit
.
Lorraine"
scene nearly steals the 1I .. .
Jews of Palestine." Rabbi Morris leader. Mrs. Gustave ,Bear president Big SuccessBy -I \ ; -
Skop declared last night at a Orlando Chapter of Hadas- show from the glamorous can-can ,
meeting of the Orlando Zionist sah. and Mrs. Sidney Gluckman. critics headed as might be sus- ; Fortified With Vitamin A I
Emergency Council at the Synagogue president. Orlando ZOA.. also WYNDHAM JUYWARD pected by that same Miss Jo I
Ohev Shalom. spoke stressing the importance of The Rollins Independents came' Humphreys. Others of the can- DIXIEMARGARINE I II Ii
'--i; Rabbi Skop made a plea for the youth movements and public education i i
opening of immigration into on world matters. up with their second annual show can beauties are Arlene Holub
I last night at the Annie Russell I Adele Shapiro Paula Shapiro and I

MRS. FEARNSIDE THANKS Theater 'in Winter Park and Jean ented Tuthill.young men The Includes Quintet Barker.of tal- x
a'capac1tr house with
thrilled Hank Gooch Dick Hill. Charles
I I" their 1947 extravaganza of song Howard and Dick Rankin. -

RETONGA FOR STRENGTH and dance. "If the Show Fits. Barbara Lewis and Paula Sha-

II .I I which left an amazed audience piro which are even the directors surpasses of last the revue year's {'uferingl ta b 4

i bad I felt like I could hardly get I completely dazzled and laugh- successful show. Not to be for-
breath. I seemed unable to happy with its brilliance and mel- gotten were specialty numbers galore silently.
my
'I 1 Wish Everyone Suffering I I including "Starr's Lament. II
and
As I Did Could Know even get a good night's sleep ody.There was something doing with Carol Starr making her Rol- I DONT continue to fidget and
mornings I got'up feeling so worn I ins debut and "Conversation Between from the torment of simple -
About Retonga And The out that many days my housework every minute of the proceedings : Stars. a deft bit by Iris piles. Use dependable Resinol
Grand Relief It BroughtMe had to'go undone. I felt like a I something good or clever or col- Wood and Frank Entwistle.It to ease itching, burning distress.It .
orful and exciting. There. were gently oils and soothes as its
," Declares Life-Long high-strung weakened 'wreck I new 'stars of amateur entertainment Is estimated that the cost of bland medication relieves irrita-
Resident. month in and month out. I I such as Rollins has not seen eliminating all the 227,000 rail- tion and induces blissful comfort.
"I am so thankful for the grand since pre-war years new sensations road grade crossings in the United .Pur, mild Rcrfnol Soap .U particularly
relief Retonga gave me that I I I of the campus footlights and States would be about as much as hU tae bathing Under part Vf both
other familiar ones. The show the total investment in American
"I wish everyone suffering as I like to tell about RESINQL'Sin
would
everyone :
II will have its second performance railroads with the exception of
did could know' about 'Retonga it. I have a good appetite and am tonight. It is a benefit for the rolling stock. I
and the grand relief It brought not afraid to eat. I feel lots Rollins Victory Expansion fund. I at'

me." declares Mrs. R. L. Fearn- 'stronger I sleep long and restfully I Outstanding were such things

side well-known resident of 1203 and I am able to do my flowand Ifow Stock M
East 8th St., a life-long residentof housework without trouble. In aQ l "
Lorenz as partners In various
Jacksonville Fla.. and a mem- 'my experience there Is no medicine I numbers the piano backgroundby
ber of the Main Street Baptist I' like( Retonga. I Ken Newbern and George
Church. Discussing her happy experience Retonga is intended to relieve I Cocalis throughout the show THE COMPLETE
Mrs. Fearnside stated and a "Calypso" number called
: distress due to loss of appetite t k
featured
"Quito Sueno. which AUTOMATIC
"It is hard to believe anyone insufficient flow of gastric juicesin
a .West Indian hybrid Apache
could suffer more. I seldom knew I the stomach Vitamin B-1 deficiency twirl [wharf dance] by the teamof "
and HOME LAUNDRY
what It was to feel free of distress constipation. Acceptno Howard and Humphrey.
substitute. Retonga may be obtained
from indigestion and terriblegas at Emrich's Orlando Phar- "Kilroy was Here" was a gem of
bloating that was often 110 I I macy.-Adv. clever burlesque on the "Joe Col- Better Washing I
lege" theme and the first half Results
wound up with the fascinating II
"Blue Sophistication" suite a Greater
lil
deep purple night club fantasy Safety \ y

ROSE JEWELERS liquor with an served extraordinary at the tables luminous which Larger Capacity I The tropics' most refreshing cooler. .

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The latter part of the musicalwas "the-Month so creamy, so smooth, you can tell /

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FOR THE HOMEA CENTRAL FLORIDA PAINTING & DECORATING CO.

) Store full of the Things Needed Every Day Officials Set [ Service Held 'Rotary Hears overall forecasting picture which of weather would give trends.an QUALITY MATERIAL EXPERT WORKMANSHIP
I
Whether Cooking or Cleaning. The Rt. Rim Henry L Louttit. RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL 1
For Former PORCH AND LAWN FURNITURE PAINTED
TeL 6104 Household DepL Suffragan Bishop fdr. the Dioceseof SPRAY
Florida [Episcopal] was madea PHONE 2-4487 1133 W. CHURCH ST.
For CamporeeOfficials Talk T FreezeIn
Hardware Co.Wilson's Opera StarOver on member of the club.
Joseph BUMBY I
Chareh Et. who will conduct the 700 friends and neighbors terms of dollars and cents,

Central Florida Boy Scout Coun- yesterday paid a final tribute to the freeze last February was probably IT'S ALWAYS COOl AT
cil's annual council camporee tomorrow Opera Singer Louise Homer who the worst ever suffered In 37 W. CHURCH

and Saturday at Doe Lake died In Winter Park Tuesday at Florida, Randall Chase, vice-pres ORLANDO,
.. ... ... the of 76. :I
; Camp near Wlersdale, were an- age ident of Chase & Co., Sanford,
The special service was held In FLORIDA
nounced yesterday by Harold V. told the Rotary Club .
Knowles Memorial chapel where yesterday.The
Pace, council executive.
Qf4u EffAt The two-day event, culmination 10 weeks before she had receivedRolll.n.s record-breaking warm

of district and county camporees, College's highest honorary weather preceding the freeze was r
award-the Algernon Sydney Sul- .
Is expected to attract some 300 livan Medallion. a factor In the damage to citrus cO.e fNC

Boy Scouts from throughout the Songs that the famous star of and vegetables, he said. .1. t: OtN Nth
+ seven-county area served by the Chase traced the recorded history
1' the Metropolitan Opera had lovedin -
council. life were sung by the chapel, of Florida weather and dis-
Food annuitant to Wn oo*Co. Scoutcraft: demonstrations will student choir and the congregation cussed the freeze of 1894-95. He /Mother!
.................... .............. be supervised by Field Executive -"A Mighty Fortress is Our reported that the U. S. Weather qfl
Clarence Weldon. Arrangementsare God "Our God Our Help in Ages Bureau was working on long range
Let Mother Have Day of LeisureA In charge of John L. Shutt Past," "God Be With You Till We J
field executive.Jack
also Groves
a
Mother Day gift that bound to be most appreciated Mount will chief Meet Again" and "Requiem"
Dora serve as tried
y by mother is a dinner in her honor with Judge of the various events. T. F. written by her husband Composer ttctfe you
the cooks and dishwashers for Sidney Homer.
family serving as
Orlando, will be clerk.
the day.It isn't the actual rest. but the sentiment. Griffith Terrell Weaver, a pupil of Mme.
that mother will enjoy most. So show her you Fire making and water boiling Homer for almost two years NOURISHINGSTARLAC I
will be In of Senior Outfit
charge
really enjoy honoring her.fk sang a soprano &solo "Sheep and I
headed Walter Mu-
by
1. Orlando
Lambs also written by Dr. Homer -
roskl outfit guide. Leesburg Air A male quartet sang, "Oh Rest
Squadron 1, with\ DarrelJ Jansenas .
v in the Lord" and "But the Lord is
leader will conduct a Tuiot-ty- Mindful of His Own." I
ing relay. A first aid demonstration Or. Henry M. Edmonds, dean of
will be supervised by Senior the chapel conducted the service
Outfit 19. Mount Dora, in chargeof
and Pres. Hamilton Holt spoke.
W. J. Barker. "Louise Homer blessingto
was a
F The foregoing events will be her home her country and i! SKIM MILK(
conducted Saturday morning, the her art." Pres. Holt said. "She ,
schedule calling for tomorrow had both quality and simplicity. I SLIPS. Ideal gifts for Mother's Day!

program night to,be with devoted skits to by a the campfire boys. her She talked virtue.with She crowds walked and with kept I f r CDOkinS, ,baking|,drinks? GlOVES featly styled cotton and Rayon crepe, saline and knits '

The concluding activity Saturdaywill kings nor lost the common |i I I rayon fabric White, black, beige beautifully tailored or lacetrimmed .-.
be a hike through Ocala Na- touch. She had a tender heart, | I and Spring colors. Some handsewn /

tional LOWER Forest. "If It* Bought an which upright vaunteth mind not and Itself.that"pride ONLY 6 AQUART I: tylrL 98e 149 198 32 to 50. 249 298 ,

"
COST en Tim W* "She was a trusted follower of ABOUT
LOANS { ae.e Him who went about doing .
'f.,, 1 ''Sh. passing yesterday ,,gOOd."j I
-t: : -.. 'rig. ,1.0' !-"., ( would have wished-
.. Installment Lan painless, with the beloved husbandof
1 a- ..I..' Degt. eth deer Q her youth beside her and all j
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1 1I her children-yes even her daughter I
Baked Beans d. Lux : FIRST NATIONAL BANK Joy wno went but a little STAR LACS SO' ECONoMICAL
1 1 1I lIw l'od.raI D..lt I...... CorpanUoaS I while before." i i .
Wash and soak orcraigltt i In 1 quart of water
2 beans "It was her privilege to live out :
cups pea
I Add I% tap. ..It. cover and simmer for about I boor her allotted span of years. She :w ..1I
adding amall onion* for the last 20 minutes. Drain re- found what few believe, until they I ( .9.9STAIlLAC I ; 41} i
serving the liquid and transfer the bean to a 1}$ quart casserole. coP try It-that the way to find life 3/4 P ONE p :::
Mix together W tap.dry muatard I is to lose it. This we may believe It' cue QUART I Yr '
I 2 tbep.brown sugar I tlS1 that what she had she leaves behind I Vq 4
1 I %W cup cup catchup molaaae I ; what she gave she takes + WATER = SKIM MILK ,
with her.
1%cups bean liquid.Poor over beans in casseroleI 1 i torn
"This is neither the time I
Add S CERTIFIED rRANKrURTERS.cut in inch-length I ; nor
I pieces and mix in carefully.Cover and bake in a slow oven.325 F.. I o the place to appraise her as an ar-f SO EASY TO USE I!
I about 2 hours adding more water if needed to keep beans moist). I O tist. Suffice it is to say that immortality A
Uncover the last half hour and 1I comes from being as
arrange .
'I ,
I 5 CERTIFIED FRANKFURTERS (remainder from II I well as doing. Louise Homer has L-- ... I in large
HANDBAGS.Plastic
1 Ib.) on the top as shown above.Serves 5. 1t achieved supremacy in both art I fl atterin patent
BORDEN'S Starlac'a grand for HOSIERY. Sheer, lee- g nylons
_---------------------------------= and life. Have no fear, she will live : roomy bags beautifully lined and
o making Bread! Cakes! Muffins! for fit
: Full-fa&hioned perfect
in the glorious of the Im-
company i white and
K.." It Simp// The baked beans may also be prepared l\ tI SOli mortals. I Biscuits! Puddings! Sauces! in the season's newest shades. 8- fitted! Black navy, par-
on Saturday except for the bak TOES Cocoa! Milk Shakes '
"But Soups !
now \\e see through a glass *
cooks won't the I
Too many spoil ing.On Sunday,putUem in the oven 10. Give her two pairs. srr'298 498
darkly. Why should a soul be I Pie Fillings! All made.with-
meal if you keep the menu simple andif and go off to church. The?U bake your
everyone has his assigned tasks.The without any peeking on your part. Keep FREE sf Mum called away from her husband, her milk recipes! Easy directions on
key to simplicity k baked beans de Second helpings of cabbage salad COINS STOPPED This Easy Woyl children and that great unnum- package! 1
bered host of will every 1I
admirers who
hue with Certified Frankfurters. I
will be in order if add
you green pepper
With this tempting dish serve a relish and finely minced onion to the shredded INSTANT RELIEF hold her ever in their hearts?
tray cabbage salad. Boston brown cabbage, then mix with just enough NEVER wait i Promptlypwot.-t This is amystery that an all-wide THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF 1I
cor*
bread (you can buy it in a can) and Wilson's Mayonnaise to moisten. toes from tight shoe*with Dr.Scholl' Providence alone can know." AGRICULTURE SAYS P
fresh strawberry sundaes.Preparation Zino-pad and com wont ver hY. "But there is one great consolation : I
When dinner is over dishwashing a chanc to develop! But-if you hay.eorn.Z.no.pada to us all. It is Faith- 6w
Tip bound to follow, so it's off to the will stop paotul.hw the only given to "Nutrition studies have shown '
friction lift iw u.--inelant1y. power us poor
kitchen with the "cooks" to make j QtgJ
mortals that that when children, on diets
Vegetables for the relish tray QUICKLY REMOVE CORNS can move moun- J
Mother's of
(radishes carrot stocks and celery) day one complete rest. Youll marvel,toe>.how tains. So I say unto you: Let not low in these nutrients (Riboflavin -
Dr. Scholl' Zinopadaquickly
may bedeaned thedaJ before,wrapped A happy day to you. remove com 1 your hearts be troubled. Be com and Calcium) were
in a dean damp towel, and chilled,j waoueedwithtMeep.snta forted. Lift up your eyes. Behold given dry (skim) milk in
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Prevents an,1ut minute rush. George Rector Mtdtenbanf\nclu A light shines upon her." ,
ed.Coat but a trifle.MAY.. meals, their growth improved ;
D The altar of the chapel was c. l
banked with white calla miles. markedly. ."., 11. 'ra0u
; tot : 1 'S. There were many floral tributes "" c. < .
elsewhere In the chapel. QGQ tSJJt
Isw J I I Dr. Herman Siewert, organ, and BOBOENS STAflLACMY (NoNFAt .
Alphonse Carlo. violin, assisted MILK SOUPS)eMS YOWAU
with the musical service. Dr. C. O.
Honaas conducted the choir. THE MINERALS,THC PBOTElXS.) ;
Earlier in the day a service was I THC VAt-UAStf B vtTAMIOtt Oft t tIICI JEWELRY. .Jr = lucite in GOWNS. Glamorous gowns for
held at the home for members of delicate :blue, misty white!
I { #.WHOLE. MILK.ONLY THE p. : Mother! Quality rayon satins and
the family. Burial will be later at
.r' Lake George, N. Y. where the WATCH,FAT,MO FAT SoLUBLE Necklaces bracelets earrings. In knits in white or oft tearoM.
.t Homers spent 35 Summers. VITAMINS ARE REMOVED. seta, too, for gifts. Women's sizes: 3240.
Pittman Funeral Home was in '
Silo 495i 398NOT
charge of arrangements. i Plul Tn

Obituaries

SIRS. MART FRANCES PICKEN f A MIRAGE YOU'RE NOT "SEEING THINGS"-IT'S EVERY WORD TRUEI
Funeral services for Mrs. Mary ,
Frances Picken will be held from
<3f1 AA -
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the Carey Hand Chapel Thursdayat Afuu
10 ajn. with the Rev. M. C. *
Dendy officiating, with the inter- ESS BRINGS YOUSAVINGS

-WHITE SALESHEETS ment in the Greenwood Cemetery.Mrs. e,
Picken died at her home 022 I
Grand Ave. Tuesday morning.CARD rOUND

e or TKANK0 0P65 % AND MORE

We wish to thank oar friend and 7JordtnJ
netchbor for their act of lore and
l sympathy during thl recent loti of ral.anbeg wIt
cur mother llri Vivian Reynolds and
r also to eitend grateful thank to the Her 4. WOMEN'SYESTERDAY
W. R. Clarke. new. I
sparkling .
wY vY r, Carolyn Virginia and Parker.Gay Reynold STARLAC

CARD Or THANKS
W* wish to thank ann one for their
klndnex and thoufhtrulneu In retard to .,.._c-.
our beloved huiband and father
MAS. ADD!. BRANTLET AND FAMH.T. NONfAT DRY MILK SOLIDS

r There are 18 cities and towns II rfs Borden's.ifs got to be good I
y' Your opportunity to save by buying first named Union In the United States. .
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one or a hundred at these low prices. CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH I


Replenish your apartment houses now! EXPERT BRAKE RELINING I:
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DRUMS TURNED U U1ODAYt


Kaay Payments On Overhauling

FIRST LADY PEPPERELL DUTCHESS A. P. CLARK
MOTORS Inc.
t As fine sheet as ever.made. 72" x 108" ,i 675

f 90" 108" I $2.49 each 889. N. ORANGE PHONE 2-0746 '

$2.99 each

$14.50 for six

$17.50 for six 81" x 108- REMEMBER MOTHERSHE 775


$2.74 each DESERVES THE BEST t

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PEPPERELL DUTCHESS

45" :x 36- First Quality .UNBLEACHED SHEETING SUNRAY'SFRESH ii .


.ri Wide I! I "HUNDREDS MOtE TO SELECT FROM" .


f yam CANDYASSORTED II'I FORMER PRICES WERE 675 TO 87S .


; FIRST LADY BUTTERICK PATTERNSBRYANT I'I'I'I These arc CYNTHIA DELUXE and CYNTHIA ORIG

45-x 36- ASSOJtTEOUTS CHOCOLATES INALS ordered and just received from our Warehousefor

First Quality HILLS BON BOSS ETC. this record breaking bargain spree! They're "bet-!
,
I ter" shoes they're beautiful shoes in calfskins,

{ 79c each INC. SUNRAY PRODUCTS INC. patent leathers gabardines and plastics Complete!

i $4.60 f or 6 "Fashions by the Yard" 24 N. Orange Ave. size ranges too!


We 315 Will 317 Close 319 Wednesdays N. at 12:30 Ave.PJH. YOWELL Extra Sales People!!! Extra Sales_ People!!!. Fast Service.i

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: Winter Park Bus I CfATRAl fl RIDAS '....
Bankers Meet 'V
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Bill Introduced
1, o '' ,
: '_ Consult GEORGE MANUEL
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Reps. Tyn Cobb Jr. and Alex j ''.o\-
Akerman Jr. yesterday Introduced i :/ Our Interior Decorator
Into the Legislature a bill which I Here TomorrowOfficers T ::, .:i _. '
would enable the City of Winter : -': -
Park to negotiate a bus franchise I i
with the Orlando Transit Co.
executive council mem- '
Winter Park cannot negotiate a
franchise under Its present city bers and newly appointed committee Br HANLEY fOGUI :. ,
charter so Is seeking passage of chairmen of the Florida THE QUESTION /L I:
the bill to clear the way for establishment Bankers Assn., will meet here tomorrow -
of bus services City Do yon believe a master,brand
at 10:30: ajn. at the asso r
for Florida's top quality citrus .
MET. Clifford McKibbin reported. i ,I ,
Increased demand for public' ciation's headquarters in the Rut- will Improve fruit prices'? i

conveyance facilities necessitated land Bldg. THE ANSWERS

the move to provide expanded bus I The meeting the first to be Alva Winslow, iron worker.Fair- '
IV service he pointed out.
held since the association's an- villa:
nual convention April 5 In Boco -A brand'that will be advertised

Sniooth Raton was called for the purposeof throughout the nation as Florida's .
Creamy
for the best fruit will benefit the citrus i I
developing:! a program
coming year :Floyd M. Call execu- industry more I
a DIXIEMAKGAJUNf said yesterday.The than anything I !
tive secretary k 3
morning session will be know. The con I a flower gardenin
followed by luncheon at 12:30: sumers are sick
I IIX
and tired of
pjn. at the Angebilt. and any unfinished receiving -
business will be taken up green
during the afternoon.The and Immature I full bloom
IX IXI association has had Its fruit from here
headquarters In centrally-locat and if the State d ,
ed Orlando since March 1. Priorto growers will 1
aiIiF1i1IIITIl that it had no separate office. stick to the mas-
Call has served as Its executive ter brand BOUDOIRCHAIRS
; secretary since Jan. 1. they will : _
A. A. McKethan president of the Ide&I'I'
Hernando State Bank. Brooks- lic." S _
ville. Is president. Other officersare I z
J. D. Camp. Fort Lauderdale A. S. Mlddleton Jr.. aviation
vice president: J. Carlisle Rogers .mechanic Apopka Highway:
Leesburg. secretary and James L I "I believe the master brand Ideais \ and$5) jff'
I Nlblack. Lake City treasurer.On a good one. The public will be S
the executive council are A. able to know they are getting goodI
Waller Smith. Clearwater; FredC. ripe Florida fruit
Allen Jacksonville Beach; R. I. and will not be I'I CHAISES __
A. Willis Greenwood: George A. guessing In the _
' Chatfield. Coral Gables; John T. dark like they ,.
Cannon Jr.. DeLand: Ray E. Dilg I have to do now
Hollywood: Tom Roland. New- I with so mnay
berry and Frank W. Norris Jacksonville : Florida brands

past president. I on the market. >t* .
Committee chairmen are T. G. Only the very
Mlxson. St. Petersburg citrus; best matured I ,
George B. Howell Tampa legis- '; .:. fruit should be We just can't help boasting about our plump,
lative: Frank W. Sherman Jacksonville :$ permitted to use '
educational: C. H. Mc- Mlddleton the brand and cheerful boudoir chairs and chaises, with their.all- t' f
Nulty. Melbourne agricultural: W. the fruit will sell at a premium." I
E. Ellis Ocala. livestock: J. Car- spring construction and bewitching, fresh colors

\ lisle tions Rogers.: Linton Leesbure.E. Allen.public Orlando rela- Apopka Mrs :Alfred Roberts, housewife. I on finest fabrics! r'1 .

service for war veterans: Robert
"I wish the shippers would do
Yr W. Cohoe St. Petersburg, execu- I, ,
1 something so that a person can 1
tive trust division: Frank Smath- '
be sure of getting top grade fruit.I .
ers Jr.. Miami Beach legislativetrust
am from Ohio .
division: Herman P. Lang-
) ford. Orlando bank pension and and we neverpurchased t .. ', '
;
I 1I 1 retirement plan: 0. O. Ware FlorIda
I Leesburg. forestry and C. F. fruit until / "' :. .,
after the first of r Large. Roomy Arm-Chair.
Shewmake West Palm Beach
\ .nly bank management. the year becausethe vf :.
early shipments : 21.50 iiL
were : 1.I 1.

1. Lakdn t. a .-.ac> w TERMITE CONTROL green and sour. 1 I pi .
JnI' caw .ufaetanl'
) Ripe Florida
,
\ rp.citoett.u.la.p..t fruit Is as fineas Quilted Satin Slipper Chair. ;.

Ii I any in the w
i, I. oloa r.IM .ofl IlUr lei ate I 4 world, but the Roberts I I r $52.50 t l r
; Florida citrus Industry must see
*nn th "MDI. Walker Chemical & that quality fruit Is shipped and
Wtferywith water.IuP.N halt the green fruit. Love Seat. \ '.- t
Exterminating Co. *
$59.50
Pat Beyland. restaurant I r .
.naksau .U operator -
4. In..a sal sank.elealat1os r..... Tel. 4680 Plymouth:
"I believe such a move will be I
I 3210 Clay Street the salvation of the. Florida citrus -, Chaise Longue.

OU .l.uhr ,...," Orlando. Fla. industry and will assure the $79.50
d orUafMuidfcaAdlM; OTHER OFFICES: I grower of a good x
lull latchet Lakeland and Daytona, Beach
and hood price for top ;
t9'
leolan vita DoorXiM.i0h : quality fruit.
The Northern .I
ku..uRoa ant consumer has
'
for cerrot "UNBLOCK"frnQEsTIvE been stung too Ivey'a rrfth Floor I Ik2j
IS1 JnaL many times with
I I
poor grade Flor-
7. fli.ea ail. tttfao W n I ida fruit and
aM after kbrie&t1q.I .
TRACT something must

:>.moT.front vft MU eat Stomach be done to regain -
And Stop Doalnr Your that confi-
Inspect it uee.l&1T.bearings j rtp*>CkfZn With Soda and Alk hr.rmIWt Beyland dence. A master

apMt to tt nal nix from todadM. brand guaranteeing only top grade I

>pMi tin for aalls. .our wade. ;ether- alkaliam d it br the ski crow cauaa J fully matured fruit will!. find a I .rC' M.w, wwyh"' Plannfnp Center ., ,,
[ & & ate, tad Islets. your treoabIaipetioa.: I warm approval from the con-
la tail aaa,year ntl troubU.U.o:h OMa.a sumers."
at alL But to th. lat tiul tract
*
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II 01... wladihltU ail wbar. *10%" el your food.la And wbtaVk =
I! Ilw..j nt imidO Of ear. Dart t U btoekad teawhetyas I car fall t- James Bean clerk. Zellwood:
d i ge.t proll7. "A master brand for Florida =
not for t..l rIF: Y wearStint Sk"
-a.bloek"your low lateaie.i trarL80metJWai fruit should help the price of the
to deu it ...t. ...-.i.dr-Wo best grade fruit from the State Q ,
N.tang.t hack.u bar! *
FIRESTONESTORES Cat Carur-a Pilla right aow. **. aaJW but the shippers 9u
I ct.d.Theytautlynd.eadelya.bleekyear will have to play I
.
Thia pr.lit..a I .1Natan'
difwtfT. enalg.timet.. .. Juleto mil:: WUr the game according r
I N. Orange at Concord with your. food. Ysa ret pallia. relief from.. to the
lacllc.-loa w yea ... '"* ""{, goody rule and not let I tY / S Qri/
Phone 2-3171 Plan today. "Uabtockyou i H 4
lat.r..5..f nd rebut from Indigestion.NOTICE any 'inferior fruit
I be shipped under
I the brand. The

J public wants:

good ripe Florida i ':.....
fruit and if the"

State sells ,them -Z, ...:..; "SAISSON"DRAPERY I
I.on the Idea that Bean
I I the master brand is top grade
fruit and keeps their promise the
l fruit will bring "
top prices.
Change in i Bus Schedule
TO ATTEND FUNERAL
t
.J J Effective as of May 4th. Alcohol Tax Unit Investigators
Joseph N. Gay and L. J. Pace FABRICS
were scheudled to go to Daytona ...
..
On Sunday to attend .
Only today the funeral for I
,
Mrs. J. M. Durden,
wife
of J. M.
II I Durden. a supervisor of the State .5 Cotton FLEUR Rugs

I; The Winter Park buses will operate on a 30 minute I Beverage Department. 'I4K: You'll be delighted with Saisson's

schedule between the hours of 6:15: A. M. and 12:45: A. M. I adaptability to draperies and slipcovers

[midnight]. First buses leave Orlando and Winter Parkat j WHEN delighted with the stimu- Made by Karastan .

6:15: A. M. Last bus leaving Orlando will be at 11:45P. : WILL I YOU BE SUED?

M. Last bus leaving Winter Park will be at 12:15: A. M. bating. effect of bright, suds-loving

[midnight]. See us forComprehensive Personal Saisson in your home whichever Karastan looms these colorful cotton rugs of

Liability S tp ) Lk of its fabrics and patterns you selected cottons lustre-finishes them by an exclu

5sHff|| $10,000 for $10.00 ,' choose. It's pre-sKrunk, vat-dyed sive process. Washable in luke-warm water and

I $50,000 for, $13.50 4, t'
I1M.OOO for SlUe and 48 inches wide. Say SAISSONl! mild soap.


The Orlando Transit Co. Hall Bros Agency

11Z N. Oranre TeL 5189

$2.29 yard 27 x 54 inches $12.75


1 1I 1 i S 36 x 60 inches $22.50DrapentsIvey'

Fifth Floor '
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Reg. 10.98 7.77 Reg. 1.79 1.55Boys' 3.29 2.77Boys Reg. .39 .33 Reg. 1.25 .77 Reg. 1.95 .99 Reg 3.98 2.98 Ea. 4.98 4.44 Pr.

Light weight IN percent wool wash shorts of cotton gabar swimming trunks of rayonIn Mercerized cotton, crew style Extra large broadcloth: shorts In Brown blue or maroon striped tee Men's colored dress"shirts In fine Colored strip BroaaVkrfh pi Jam at
sport coats la am assortment of dine. Hell tailored! and fashionedlor assorted colors with drawstring socks. They're woven for extra white only. Pre-shrunk cotton.Sizes shirts of soft cotton. Also plaid ,
patterns. To mix or match with service., Sizes 4 to 11. waist. Popular boxer model. Sizes comfort and wear. Striped styles. port, shirts small med. or line. quality striped broadcloth. Sizes with draw string waist. Sizes A.
slacks and sport skirts.Pullover S to If. sues 1 to I. 46. 4S and SO. R't. Uti now 1.11. 14 to IT. B, C, D.


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3.49 2.77 satin firmly tailored
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SEERSUCKER GOWN AND WRAPPER .49 Set Regularly 169 STRIPE_ _DUNGAREES__ ., ,_ 1 1.89 Ea.

Reg. .79 CARPENTERS' TWILL OVERALLS
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TODDLERS' PRINT SUNSUITS JJ Each TAN TWILL NATIONALS 3.77 Pr

Reg. 1.55 Regularly 498 ___ _. _, _ ., _
: 1 BLUE DENIM COVERALLS
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TAFFETA DIAPER BAGS .77/ / Each t Regularly 4.98 __ __ .
Overalls Reg. 1.19 \\" .. -: BLUE DENIM BIB OVERALLS 2 77 Pr
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Reg. 1.50 .77 BATH JAR SETS 2'98 Set <> F MT. CLOTH WORK SHIRTS 3.33 Ea.

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An assortment of seersacker fed I Rayon Broadcloth Rayon TaffetaReg. Leno Mesh WATERPROOF BATTLE JACKETSRegularly 4'44 Ea.

chambray overalls la blue and' U. SAFETY STRAPS 77 Each S.M __ _ _ -
stripe. SUes i to .. Reg. 1.00 .77 Yd. .98 Yd. .98 Yd. BLUE DENIM DUNGAREES 1.77 1 Pr.
1.00 1.39 1.29
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r.! broadcloth.: Perfect: for beach: coats., rose and black and blue and black mesh weave fabric In cold, green,.
playsoits and sport wear. Walil.alii. navy, royal blue, black and fUlcl a.
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/ short pants. Cool and comfort, Dan River Mill Fabric sport
Reg. .75 .59 able for summer wear. Sizes 4 pants with two way pocket.
t to 10. Also, another assortment Comfortable for summer wear
Infants polo shirts In plain colors of wash suits in blue Sanforized Spun Seersucker Rayon ShantungReg. and fashioned for long wear.
Rayon
or .tripe.. White yellow and bin. y shantung. Regularly 2.79; now. Sizes 23 to 40.ALL .
Sties 1 to 4.r 1
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39 Inches wide. Floral striped and
,4..4S:5 and stripe patterns In washable )< Inches wide Cotton seersucker dotted patterns In washable rayon
spun rayon. A selection of In floral. striped and checked pat.tens. shantung. Lovely lor summer .
new summer colors. i Inches: Needs no Ironing. Perma wear
SHIMMERING wide. vent crinkle. WOOL:

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Silk PantiesReg. with half skirt In black or in 1. ar .r r'l Finely tailored 100 per cent
; blue-as sparkling as the surf. wool sport coats in tan and blue
'r Also, a collection of two piece J : tx plaids. Sizes 36 to 40. regular
2.29 1.77 .., lastex swim suits with rath- If-; only. Sizes 37. 39 and 40, long
"S.>' Bred floral jersey front: reduced only.
Glove silk panties with loose lee to this same low price. .
and lace trim. Also, black silk '
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j tailor- '' .r' >! ed for comfort and In 3.44 Pair i of blue, white or peach.: suits In
J. bright 'atr' Tailored slack long
floral Values to 4.49Dotted ..__. _..._ Single sizes only
1. print patterns or pink sleeved style. Ideal for summer
Plastic Apron !; ,t or blue. Also a collection of Swiss Curtains sport or dress wear. Another
51J N pink rayon pajamas with lace 3 .44 Pair I WHITE AND PASTEL example of Sears quality merchandise -
trimmed R cgarlarly5.45._._.._.._ Of
collars. Beg. 4.98: at a sayings price.
Reg. .85 .66 ; Now 3.77. Cotton shorts pa- Printed Chintz Material Values Sizes 29 to 34.
V .44 Yard 7 77
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rustic bib ibis apron la blue or .t
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Reg. 1.98 1.29 Reg. 25.95 169.50 144.00 71.50 39.88Imported 29.95 24.88 Reg. 45c 35c

rraltiman 34 pitrt socket let Includes for meckanles, farmers repair Reg. 4.59 4.19
lack alloy steel ....L Heavy Serviceable styling for ranch or pigskin leather it natural Eiptli cooking odors, smoke and
*i and H lark drive. Packed men. Husky rait-resistant O.e pint size. Keep floors bright One
gallon size.
w.. bead prevents slipping or IB 22 gauge steel hip-roof toolbox steel frame. Accurate 12-point farm. Handsome leather' saddle color. Nonrut stirrups. J- ....t. Fits frames of windows 27 and shining the easy way. Just lustrous A durable, semi-
imping over round. Precision fashioned by master saddle firth billets. 4S In. an leather to :sa in. gloss that reflects flare.
41 pc. Set. '1' J'.9J. Now opening vin. to Jt-ln. racked la wide It lack faro Easy to applv. No rubbing accessary. Dries lest light, leaves satiny finish.
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100% layer all felt mattress with heavy ticking; and Twin sloe leatherette headboards complete with 4 lento
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I :: rose background. All over pattern. hardwood in modem style with straight If is.

Reg. 5.98 4.44

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Regularly PORCH ROCKERS Ford Deluxe rr. ..M; now 7.IS.
For 1911 Plymouth reg. S...i; BOW
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solid oak dinette set with green, or rose leatherette seats easily removable for redecorating Regularly 6 98 4.88
Rorkerless rocker type beach chairs of solid hardwood
Solid 'wood extension table. Floral decal trimming. Solidly built for years of service.Badminton \arnish finished. Rlveted-on joints for extra tup- Porch rockers with slat seat and back. Varnish finish. 1
port. Sturdily constructed of solid hardwood. ae
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STURDY NAVY COT WITH MOSQUITO NET + r+ !a S 9k ,.
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ASSORTED FISHING LURES % tPuttnia. .

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Values to 59c 4.75 3.88 Mount anywhere It live you
Reg.
Tennis RacketReg. Steel Hose Reel GRASS SHEARS powerful light where needed. Fin
Racket for lhe road .
out-- emergencies.Easily
WHITE OR ORANGE FLAT FISH LURE 2.19 1 1.77 : kindled pistol grip.Hydraulic .
4.98 4.44 Reg. 4.95 3.44 Reg. 9.50: 7.98 Reg.

Reg. 3.98 2.98 Regularly 1.00 77c < ply' laminated oak frame with Holds over 100 feet of garden hose. Sears finest grass shears. Newdevelopment
nylon string., 8 ply racket reg. Made of heavy fault steel rod cuts grass withoutstooping.
t.si BOW c.24. | handle for 9.98 Just push down OB
; ply racket reg. with double purpose 12.95
rmm Jgktwclght.*. Imported laminated.Badmlntoa S ply wood set.ttalarly 9 LB. NYLON LINE IN 50 YARD SPOOL ... 9.91; now, I 88. stand or wheeling. Reg. handle to operate. :34 In. length.

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Enamel Canner holds 8 quart Rubber covered dish drainer In :-:.....-. .. -.-
Jars and has wire canning rack. choice of red or black. Protect .-. _...,-> ---
cake tray with carer.w Acid-resisting. porcelain dome dishes from chipping. Separate -9"w "'- "' 6v
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PAINT CLEANER FLAME CASSEROLEReg. I of plain burgundy colored sailcloth with Tough Tire RelinersReg.

leatherette trim. All seat covers are installed free
Reg. 59c: 44cb. 33e ft 2.69 1.88

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Published d.1Jy neept Sund.,.. New Years D.,.. towthfi I _
July Labor DIY. 'J"Unk.rtvtnl and CbrtItmu. by Led by Carl Hall and Harry P. Leu, Good Horse Sense Will Offset
Incj at ZJI '
Sentrn.I-Star Co. |Orlando D.MT Newspapers.aart.fe
South Ora'zs they will continue knocking on our doors f= j jI

Orlando.Entered .Florida 5 und.TtISACtOf! at March the Post 3d. 11'la.Office at until the $750,000 goal is attained.The I I i LOO(\\ \ i I Wild Ideas, Resident Declares/

TELEPHONE-An Detriments' 4 IMSutecription decision was made because inflated 3 t'tW AT Th BUSNESSJ I
Price 3Sc Per WeeH. $1.O Per Mo. Editor Orlando Morning Sentinel:
building costs make it impossible to start -, 4 l'Ht'OING.lT' I' I I NOW that everyone has had their
MAIT.N A........., Pmismi HintT $MCSI. EMWUI D.ilCTOtJo the cash \ A S1EALTTEW 44 about Mr. Wallace and his
with $260,000
** C WTIIO". G.... MIL MA CH. T. UWIIMCI AK.J>..t. the construction job ThOUSAND. ,, \ 'a11'eI'1 speaking say tour in Europe the fact
M... 1"1'" F. WAIT.. CIAM M... hand.
c C W. UNITT. Iii*. on still remains he has every right
Lo n AMM.SM. MA.."..... I,. NO.IIIT CONSOHW. SIC. T.IAS.C With 40 or 50 of the enthusiastic good under the Constitution to say
Haao.a HAMILTON. *. Mu. C-AUM Mi.u... Puss S rr.K. '( what he will as long as he does
J. W. L.-o... em C... MIL T. M.CU. IT'.. SIIPT. people who helped raise the impressive not preach sedition. I do not

$550,000 during the campaign proper readyto agree with what he said abroad
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titled news dispatches to the use lor *- that now is the time to get the $200,000 parties have to say in this country -
accredited to day we stop free speech
otb.rwtH excluslvely.ne I The
also the local news. additional needed to attain the $750,000 me will have destroyed the very<
AU riKhti for which this couni |
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dUoatehes herein are goal. .
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PAGE 8. THURS.. Already the results are encouraging.Some I', there has always been good old1[ Benefits To

pledges have been increased. Other fashioned horse sense in every ]
TODAY'S THOUGHTS generation that will offset any
for the Lord win pledges' are being ,turned into .cash contributions wild ideas our so called leaders
not. nor be dismayed; i
be Fear with ;you- H Chronicles 20:17.: Collections generally are corning I I may the people offer. who Let decide them talk after; it's all. Students Told

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in ahead of schedule. J. J* N.

The only thing we have to fear is fear itself- During the hustle and bustle of the cam- -I i Benefits derived from Diversified !-

Franklin Delano Roosevelt. who wanted to give of Women
paign many a person League Co-operative Training the

Balked Again did not have the opportunity. These giftsare Voters Express Thanks I', program through which high
Citrus Industry
coming in now. ? Editor Orlando Morning Sentinel: school students receive on-the-Job

CITRUS INDUSTRY took a terrific Before too many weeks go by we are : We of the Winter Park-Orlando training in connection with their

THE in the teeth at Lakeland the other confident that the full quota will be obtained : League of Women Voters wish to studies were described by William
and the work of building! the greatly express our sincere thanks to you Benson Tampa president of the

day when the Producers Trade Assn., needed addition to our hospital will be for the excellent coverage and Florida Federation of Diversified
to' publicity which your newspapershave I CooperativeTraining Clubs. last
turned thumbs down on a proposal establish I'
started. given to us throughout the night at the third annual dinner
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a master brand for Florida fruit. HORSESHOES year. We are confident that we then by Orlando High School's

The master'brand proposal carried with THE MERRY-GO-ROUND can attribute a great deal of the DCT students for their employersat
of our efforts and
effectiveness
the Chamber of Commerce
it a proviso that maturity requirements program to your sympathetic co-

would be stiffened. I Notes on Armistice Just a Shattered Old Manly operation.Mrs... Clarence Bernstein I Bldg."Through dents receive this practical program experience ita--

: Here is the crux of the remedy needed Corresponding Secretary in the business or trade

t for better customer reception of Florida I, DREW PEARSON BILLY ROSE white bread she chattered about her boy Winter Park-Orlando LeagueOf they intend to follow after grad
WASHINGTON-Notes on the Anniversary of her "passion rations." friendS-1 Women Voters I uatlon." he said.Maurice .
customers A shattered man is pecking away at this por- 1
citrus. Until we guarantee our an Armistice-San Francisco May ,8. 1945: The "With so many boy friends" I I Patrick president of

good mature citrus we are not doing a United Nations being born Simultaneously table. you get them confused?" Pupils To Present the local school's DCT club, served -
real merchandising job and we will not the end of the war in Europe. History in the making Yesterday I found out I was a square. Squareas -Isn't that the general Idea?" cracked the as toastmaster. The club is

Delirious people. dizzy people. happy people a bear. Also a sticky icky and a celluloid-collar sub sub-deb. Concert Tomorrow ,''I composed of the 11 students en-

have the steady, developing market: whichis ..Auto horns and ticker tape Sen. Tom Con- type. English translation: Oldfashioned.I ; I began to feel like a character in a family; The Memorial Junior High I rolled in the program here this
They devote four hours
the due of Florida's fine fruit. nally; saying "The war is over." American got this news by way of a Junior miss who album. To this little squab. I evidently rated as a School music department will I I I' year.day to academic and related study a

We are upset at the Producers Trade Legion vets in uniform. older vets In gold-blue dined at my house last night. She's the daughter of fuddy-duddy. My best chitchat interested her as present Its!! honor-winning chorus: and four hours to on-the-Job
uniform r. "Bem mber 1918 when you and I did i the Robertsons big friends of my missus. Jeaniethat.s much as the small type in an insurance policy.I and glee clubs in a concert at the : training in such employment asi

Assn. attitude and are fearful that long- this in Paris? We never thought it would happen I her name looks _ _ didn't like it. I decided to drop-kick the con- school auditorium at 8 pjn. tomorrow i office work auto mechanics sign

time, selfish personal interests defeatedthe again." Sailors kissing pretty girls. Soldiers like a non-voting version 5 7-,4//g&Th versation over her head. I sounded off on opera. The mixed. chorus and boys' and i i I I painting and grocery manage

plan. singing. Secretary of State Stettlnlus teaming of Katharine Hepburr j fC paintings and ballet. After showing"off a bit. I girls' glee clubs will be featuredIn ment.
I
_ A new union of nations The United Nations I She has seen all of 15 p A5 77'E- patronizingly flipped. The trouble with kids a program of sacred choral The dinner made possible

The end of our traditional Isolation. the end Summers-no one with nowadays is they neglect the finer things. works. Negro spirituals. art songs through assistance received from

Happy Birthday to the President of war We won't make the i her complexion could The little cabbage spoke up for her generation. and folk songs of foreign lands. 'by the Kiwanis approximately Club was 40 attended persons.

same mistake we made after 191*. have seen any Winters. "Gleeps! Everybody can't be a culture vulture. But Law Ballard will direct. them Mrs. Maude
among! Woods.
PRES. TRUMAN IS 63 today and un This time America will stick with I Mrs. Robertson phoned don't brood-we're plenty hubba in the medulla." Memorial student singers received 1 State DCT club advisor and Jess

at no time in his life has he the other nations stick and pitch Eleanor yesterday and At least I think that's what she said. first division rating in recent R. Leach director I of Orange

faced more serious problems, both domestic for peace. i asked whether she could Dinner over._ we went\ back to the living room. district and State music fes- r i County Vocational School through

and foreign. Sailors kissing pretty girls. bring Jeanie along to Jeanie bee-lined for the radio. A moment later she tivals. j' which\ the program is conducted.

With his popularity rating still 'climb strange girls Texas Tom dinner that night. Said had tuned in something which\ sounded like an 'I Mrs.: Amy Cason Is program coordinator -

ing, there is little doubt that he will shaking hands. slapping backs. Jeanie's date. a sophomore explosion in a frying-pan factory. "Isn't this sultry -I Bankers Will Confer On ,t OHS.and teaches related subjects -
standard pumping hands. "The war's over i from Amherst, had ?" she cooed and started to gyrate as if some- \I
the Democratic Party's ProblemsOrange
carry in Europe. Hitler's finished." .' canceled at the last min- body had dropped an ice cube down her back. Conservation
into the 1948 campaign. i Sen. Vandenberg beaming Ed I ute. Measles. 5'I "Why don't you dance with her IJghtfoot. County Bankers will hold Scout Executive

Whether he will be a winner or a loser 1 Stettinius grinning Back on As I helped Jeanie off suggested Eleanor. a conference on soil and water Board. To MeetW.

depends upon his decisions in the coming my desk. a letter from an old I with her coat I tried to remember how Henry AlI I did-my Businessman's Fox Trot. Then conservation problems in Orlando
months. schoolmate his son missing in I drich talked. "Pretty snazzy weather we're. having, anxious to show what Arthur Murray had May 20. J. S. Fairchild. vicepresident A. Dobson of Atlanta regional -
of the First National Bankof executive will attend a din-
Controversial labor legislation is being Pearson action But now there'll be- eh?" I taught me. I twirled the knob and got some Winter Garden. reported yes- ner meeting to be held by the

enacted. There is the issue of tax : reduc new hope-through the new United "Devoon." said Jeanie languidly. music with maraccas in It. Mistake. Jeanie asked terday. I Central Florida Boy Scout Coun

tions. And the universal military. training Nations No more boys missing in action... "How's the.academic grind slugger?" me If I rumbaed-and I was doing the rumba This meeting is being held in II cu's Executive Board tomorrow at
The Russians, it's true acted strangely at the "Pallid." laid Jeanie with a sigh. with her when she asked me. connection with the soil conserva- 8.30: pjn. at the Winter Park
bill. All of these things and more
many armistice holding up the final announcement.But Eleanor had a pitcher of Martinis waiting in During a pause for station identification Mrs. tion program of the American i Chamber of Commerce Bldg.
have ardent adherents on both sides of they've suffered'a lot. Gone through hell..You the living room. "How abouC a little sherry?" I Robertson took her sprout to a comer and bawled :'Bankers Assn. and the Florida i'' Harold V. Pace council executive -

the fence. Mr. Truman must decide one r have to understand them Then there 'was that asked Jeanie. her out in whispers.I 1, State Bankers Assn.,"Fairchild ex- said yesterday that Dobson

way or the other and every decision makes !story of mine which everyone denied-the story of "Never had any." said the filly. "I'll try a decided to try another approachtreatingJeanie I I plained. : would be present primarily as a

some friends and some enemies. how Stalin ordered American troops out of Pots thimbleful." She tasted it. '"This isn't sherry" like a grownup. I asked her what she Several prominent growers and I guest but that he would speak
1
Thus far the President's record has dam back to the River Elbe .. We were prac- she said. Its muscatel. thought of Wallace and his foreign policy. talked Government officials are expectedto I I during the meeting. Lacy G.
he added., I Thomas. Groveland. is preaidentI .
been fearless. He has acted his beliefs and tically in Berlin trying' to help win the war as Her mother gave her that "wait.till-I-get- with her about Eugene 'O'Neill's philosophy in ,address the meeting.'

acted them quickly and decisively. To this quickly as possible. But the Russians wanted us :, you-home" look. I tried to smooth things over with "The Iceman Cometh." It seemed to work fine. t '

trait attribute his climb back into thepeople's cut Well if they wanted to waste their own a joke -one of George S. Kaufman's. I told it By time-to-go-home time. Miss Mademoiselle was TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY: t
we men. taking Berlin themselves. that's their busi- rather well. I thought. Everybody laughed but sitting on the arm of my chair and gabbing ninetyto

favor. ness. Peculiar people. the Russians ... Meanwhile Jeanie. the dozen.
Now come the crucial months. We predict let's get ahead with building up this new United As the Robertsons got their coats I braggedto NBC Vice-President Blasted
"Do stories?
know she asked.
yon any moron
he will continue ,to acquit himself likea Nations. Because peace is here ,to stay. my missus "The old psycholomagee does it
"LIke
the moron who swallowed his because -
money
real leader and that he will be hard to every time."
I
he
wanted ?
to play laf .
beat come 1948. ,Washington D. c., May 8, 1947: Seems a longtime We saw the Robertsons to their car. "Thanksfor For Putting on Censorship

since war, The anti-aircraft guns are gone I confessed didn't know any such stories. letting me come" purred Jeanie. I had a won-
from Potomac Park. The grass Is reseeded and Jeanie gave me the pitying look. I half expectedher derful time." tj RUSSELL KAY

The Vote on Parking Meters greener than ever. Nothing to remind you of war to ask me what it had been like when there For a moment believed her. Robertson step- Thanks to Henry Wallace and the National Broadcasting -

PEOPLE OF Orlando will be asked except the WAVE barracks. And a sailor withIn were only 13 States. ped on the starter. Then I heard her whisper to Co., vice-presidents stole most of the headlines last

THE accordion serenading a WAVE .'Willow trees We went in to dinner. The Robertsons and her mother "I was nice to the old gent wasn't I?" week giving newspaper readers and radio listeners some-
to the polls again to decide
go dipping low over the Potomac .Lovers loungingon :Roses counted their calories. Jeanie ate as if there As I was saying. a shattered man is pecking thing to think about besides Moscow conferences and
whether or not the city ordinance callingfor park benches. Skies reaching down to caress were: no tomorrow. Between mouthfuls of duck and away at this portable.
installation of parking meters is their Texas disasters.
the horizon. Pansies preening themselves in gaudy
how It
While the Administration was wondering just ,
desire. prideful glory War seems long ago very long WESTBROOK .
Some 400-odd people have been inter- ago-but not quite forgotten. PEGLER SAYS might President put another a muzzle Vice on an President.ex-Vice

ested in the meters out of *: with and Influence
enough keeping his tender feelings hurt took It anyone power
Orlando to sign a petition asking the elec Across the Tidal Basin under the willows sits: Too Much upon himself to muzzle popular enough to pull radio switches on
the War College. Dull unimaginative brick build- Railroad SpeedI radio comedian. coast-to-coast programs could be

tion.It ings. Inside goes on the imaginative business of Commenting on the fact that so dumb as to censor such popular
isn't difficult to obtain signatures on little cause.
p for
entertainers so
moving troops. guns ships planes on checker- his program had been cut off the
petitions. Some of the signers never even boards, planning the possibilities of war.. George WESTIROOK rEGLER railroad trains. The passenger who Is going some- air the previous Sunday evening Never in the long such history an assi-of

read what they are signing.It Kennan. crack student of Russian affairs lives in Railroad wrecks are now routine news whereas where has no right to these silly affectations. when it would have run beyond press and radio had ever been enforced. -

has been the experience in Orlando that building; brought back from Moscow to lecture before the war the companies were able to boast If he can't spend one day or night or 'two or its allotted tune, funny man Allen nine. The censorship Federal Radio Commission -

that special elections attract.few people to Army-Navy officers tell them what to expect and did. of railroad safety by comparison with the three in a row without access to a night club or a to tried his"to audience get a laugh the following by explaining Sun- with all its sins and omis-
the Those from Russia in regard to ..Across the Tidal went as far as that.
war
polls. backing parking meters sions never
vice-
hazards of aviation. that the NBC had a
Obviously. the railroad men juke tavern. if the parents can't put up with their day would have
and they are will have to out and Basin. girls riding on bicycles. White-faced clerks of Joseph Stalin himself
get ; president charge program
many have lost control and some committee of old brats and keep them reasonably quiet and out such an' order.
work if' they are to be approved by the drinking ,in the sunshine An ex-GI strolling poor own I : hesitated to give
with all his
with his new bride. They may be living in a Congress must now intervene to find out what ot other people's space let them stay where they Even Mortimer Snerd
people. It is fair to assume that a good stupidity would never have pulled
shack or a trailer or with a mother-in-law but really is wrong. are. The steamship companies probably were responsible -
m stunt.
portion of the "aginers" will vote. 1 /: such a screwball
along the Potomac all outdoors belongs them. To the layman at the crossing one dangerous for all this with their absurd catering to Ov
Meters have proven a good source of Times change. Even nature chang ..There condition is visible to the naked eve in the dilaoida- the fastidious tastes of ordinary people who were r Listeners almost to a man

revenue to many Florida cities and towns. was a time when my father-in-law strolling tion of creaking. sagging. over- accustomed to no luxury at home but. once aboard, 1: .e stood squarely behind Allen
< For the better -
Our merchants want them. Our City Coun- through these same fields with Teddy Roosevelt. worked old freight rigs. They were taught to regard themselves as royalty and 7y s Hope and of Skelton.week the storm

cil believes they will help solve the traffic was dared by Teddy to swim the' Potomac, cold groan past their sides distended. too precious and languid to even stagger to the 1to6.r- :if that part raged over a the heads *f

troubles. Customers from all over Central with the thaws of March Both swam Itoverand their doors sagging the wheels bar for their own drinks. :f '> NBC officials had a tornado

Florida want them.It back And the now cultivated parklandwith groaning on the axles. deckloadsof The fast trains have exaggerated importance looking like a Spring zephyr.

is the Council's plan to install but 400 its cherry trees and pansy beds was then ties and lumber secured by anyway. They are loss-leaders In many cases .: ff".4 Kindly gentle sane vice presidents -
such a deserted swampland that they were able flimsy scantlings held by nails fun for meaningless prestige at the expense took it on the chin along
meters or less in a few blocks in the heartof to walk to the back door of the White House and superstition and as like to of the passengers on the lesser trains. I timing who listened to all programs with the dim-witted Individual

the Orange Avenue business district. dripping and half undraped unseen even by Mrs. spill into the path of a fast passenger never could really understand why because I was I and made note of those responsible for their dilemma.

This would hurt none and hep} many.It Roosevelt Yes. times change. Imagine Pres. train as to arrive where riding on a big prestige train called a Limited that ran over; he saved up this Public relations executives and
can't be that most of Florida's cities Truman getting with that teeming, thriving salvaged time and when he had contact men tore their hair out
away & they are supposed to. go. a Flyer or. now; I expect any day a Jet I shouldbe i around In
: went
roots ran
are wrong in using meters. The "aginers" Potomac Park today! My father.in-law Railroads actually boast of the allowed to pass George Spelvin American. waiting enough to total two weeks time he he bY circles the and went stark staring
vacation using the
arc saying, in effect everyone is out of believed in war. believed In war's inevitability. He venerable age of frail old men who there on a siding for my royal highness. Because 1 Ion, a saved in this manner. I mad. biting themselves and

step except Orlando. We don't believe it. was sent by T. R. to Germany to study the Kaiser's certainly can't be irreplaceableand. he is going only 100 miles say. and I am As is the usual custom. Aliens I frothing at the mouth.In .
military machine. brought back to the U. S, Armyits in rood sense onsht to be going 1.000 Mr. Spelvin has to creep and crawl I advertising agency had submitted
----- -- I the meantime competitive
The Hospital Drive Continues present system of Indirect artillery fire-then Prglrr turned out to grass if only to en- and put up with grit and indifference.By the script to the NBC several days I II networks, the press and the public -

considered revolutionary..Now atomic bombs courage alert young fellows to stay in the railroad doing that to the short-haul trade by I In advance. Noting the reference in !general had a regular Roman -
EARNEST BAND of civic-minded make artillery as out of date as bows and arrows. business. In two bad wrecks in the last year the i to an NBC vice president. some : holiday over the affair. No
THE Even war changes at least its methods of engineers were 70, surely too old to make quick making them feel that they are basket-lunch and :'bird-brained screwball. but evidently :, one so unfortunate as to carry the
who raised $550,000 for the Or- killing. The only thing that doesn't change is the decisions at high speeds and not strong enough apple-taffy business, the railroads have created one with plenty of author-| illustrious title of vice president

ange Memorial Hospital expansion pro- fact that we keep on-killing. anyway to stand the strain. Ties are rotting spikesare a class-consciousness among the bulk of their II ity. ruled that Allen had overstepped i dared to show his face hi public
passengers and made them sore when every the rules of propriety In exception of
I with the possible
loose and battered rails tired and '
are crumbling. railroad man ought to know that the last thing referring in such a low and jocu i Wallace. and he probably

. Orlando Morning Sentinel Radio Program Inspection and good maintenance ought to he needs Is more enemies.Let I lar vein to one so important and Henry wouldn't if he had not been in a
dignified as an NBC vice president : out that he was
this but Instead give
spot decay, they and to point
WDao Scot) WLOF (*230) WO HI O4$) WDBO (ISO WLOF (UJO) WO HZ <744Mualc ) way us not argue the question of the light<< and and ordered the offensive para-| position
6'00 Church la WOdw'd N"*.-Rtvf lite ____ 81 lsa On. N.... __ _, 4S OIT Take* ___ Furtult to Hap'ne. Unlimited reveal their decrepitude only in mournful but an "EX" and not really an active
S IS r$rv Reporter R.*eill. ____ Or. Slim RtUblUIrt heavy cars Some light cars have held together In graph removed from the script.
t.JO lit. 0.. VlVtint N-wi-RfTin ___ O oril> Rambler 4'00 ROUM Party OHS on The Air _, Studio Party more and more perfunctory accounts of new the builders have into print II villian.
II.5 N....-$:1m Bryant Reveille _nn. Otortl. RimblEn 4 IS Honia Party OHS en The Air Studio Party disasters. wrecks and hopped I Radio eomediam might Joke Finally sanity returned to Radio
Tuwn Pitrol Newi-Mui Clock ?Jts 4.30 Dr alone ____. CUff Edwrd ___ Studio PartyBtudlo even planting their paltry publicity with the press about and NBC regained its sense
nf Ytwn Patrol::: _: ----- 4 45 Churth of Air .___ Tern MIS _n_____ Party _____ I presidents kings potentates City
-- Muilrtl Clock Moraine DtTotleiu This condition hasn't existed since the associations to boast that their crates didn't come but Humbling itself it extended -
T 30 Chtrkerbotrd Tim Mornlnt Dtrottoni Newt' ___ ___ 'S 00 E !' *&teId. New Terry Pirates Studio PortyS experimental most anyone In fact of humor.
JTjr: S H.... __nn____ HfMaile __. __ T40 Club -_nh_u_ 15 Wanta Stay Mar'd Sky lan ___ __ Studio Party days at high speed and even the bloody apart. They weren't so boastful though when one NBC vice preslderts. It seemed I an olive branch and offered -

Uf CBS Wtittr! Nr Ktmbl t --::_. Mtrtln RuM of Airoaikr : K 10.vi .__,_. S S 30 45 turn Robert ft Trent Abner _n____ Jack Bob Hamilton Armitrenr Trio_ New Radio' _Rode___________. smashups of the match-box passenger cars which of them was bent into U-shape in a bad smash in that an NBC rice president had to make amends by electing
Day
Club
sin Hennca Boiler M.4a Melody Trio T40 Club ___ S 00 Dinner Dust ____ Fulton Lewi Jr. Supper Club aroused a campaign for steel construction were Illinois last year and the railroad mentality that about the same batting averageas Allen. Hope and Skelton as vice
_I 45 Breikfist Brnltl. Etltwtk_Drifter ?_ 140 Club ___ 'IS Norman Cloutler_ Dinner Mails Market Quote, less frequent than the current wrecks though thinks it is good publicity to boast about any'phaseof a Sacred Cow of India. I presidents. Stripped of their dig.
0.30 Sport Pat Arthur Hal Muale for Dlnlnc they:
a 00 News.DtckJesnnl. vice presidents werethrown
Brttkfait Club Ntva' _. NBC
sit Mornlnr Deration Bretkfait ChIli 10 dab--__?__L_ _S:4S;.New* !Scores! ___ Sport Parade ?>_ Follow Throuih _. were more brutal in their sacrifice of life. a wreck just shows.,how commonplace wrecks Allen. backed by his agency refused nity. to the wolves\ and the
t 30 XrilTO Winter ___ Breakfast Ctnb ? Women World t:00 Buapena ___ Headline Kdltloa: Moot th. SZ_ The railroad men and the become to the Industry. The public isn't Interested to eliminate the offensive I
9 45 Tour Sincerely ___ Breaktait Club Woman World -. T:IS Suspeni __.____ Elmer Darts ____ Dr. L N. Kennedy passengers and crews have reference NBC whole world\ was\ Invited to tear
10:00 Arthur Oodfrer My. "Tint !Story! --_ PTTddfTwartln __ T:JO FBI. ....c. War Count ef Moot C. Treasure CheitIt are victims of a stubborn and stupid determinationto in reassembling the dead and prying out and found that to them to bits.Preferring.
10'IS Arthur Godfrey _? !Siorr-B! docker Freddie.( Ua-tln! 74S: BUI Henry _nno. Count of Monte C. '. Dante Tim. __ run trains faster than they would if the the dying from light cars or heavy, and the firstbusiness was serious. When he started to die a natural
10-10 Paiblona la Mail Betty Crocker __ Jack Birch Show --OO-D Rayme ____ Symphonic! Swlnt MualcarShowraxMualral go i pull his little gag the following
10 4S Rosemary Uitenlnt Poat __ Bouoaela la R'Utm S'15 Dick Hayme _____ Local New' *' ____. Showcase managers obeyed their intelligence and didn't feel of the railroad program should be to keep Sunday evening', he promptly death, the three comedians
11:00 Rate-Smith i ''lrmm'61doI'I'I S:3O Crime PhetotraphrrR Tewn Meeting __ Jack Haley who gets i was to accept sucha
:
Speak T bound to out-speed one another and with'avia.tlon. the cars on the tracks. The passenger promptly refused
_. compete cut off the air. listeners
_
11:IS Cat. L4'IttTIn Tom Mrenemaa Old ft Hew11 __ __ 45 Crime Photwrapher Town M..tlniJaek Haley n Radio
'30 Helfi Trent __ Hollywood Story Won At Made t 00 Reader Diceat Town Meetlni' .__ Mm. Modern Mood Immediately after the war and w th there safe and even hours later in an old-style 'didn't know what had happened' doubtful honor figuring life was
11J Our" Oal unday _Ted Xli'one ___u Word Muiw .. 9 15 Reider Dif ett _. Town MretUicSensational __ Mu Modern! Mood their new equipment only "on order." heavy Pullman still has an edge over the one who' : until newspaper dispatchesthe difficult enough as radio come-
1JOO:' New __ __ Kenny Biker' New. ________ ____ 30 Man Called X Year Eddie Cantor ___ they cut dians without being handicappedwith
12 IS M* Prkln _n_.n_ Kenny Baker __ D.ck Jertcni Orth.Merr p 45 Man Called X __ Senstienal Tfn Eddie Cantor ____ many hours of the schedules of fast passenger was rolled down a gorge into a river In a stainless i I next morning told the whole story.J .
12:30 Little Chow .____ Grttf _____ Dick Jen en* Or. 10-00 Mystery ef-Week Ray R nl* ------ New __.____ ____ trains on long hauls knowing that their steel confection with stripes on the outside. J I Other radio comedians includ- such a title.
12'45 Ro.d -__ Day Vtf.cal: Maremee Matinee 10:15: Jack Smith Dance Orch. ..-._ Rtrknes ef Wath. cars were i ing Bob Hope Skelton We don't know just who was
Too Bit-81aIi-----===-Bavkha i *.---:-=::.-MVorile Skelehe 10:30 Fish C n *rratkm Dane Orch.OrchNewi __ Story ef Nook .;... decrepit Jalopies that ought. to be gentled. not Some railroad men argue. and they have con- and Red responsible for the "tempest ina
1:IS Perry Mnon _-__ remit Time' Ue'odle Sketche* 10:4S Dane Orch. h___ ___?_, Story ef Mnile ___ abused. and knowing that their track vinced many laymen. that speed has nothing to do took up where Allen had been had
if
1:30 !tets ____ .____ maintenancewas cut off barbs teapot" but we our way
and
Muilcil ,
h uo Varlatle Bietta Cercnad 11:00 New ::;= Sport Farad __ New began to shoot
.1:4S 'Ron efjjy Dre m* Attern MldllU'a aeet !Se-enade! __ 11:15 Seer* _____ De.nc Orch. __ MtuicanneMiulcanna._ never worse. This was a time to be honest and with any of these accidents. That of course further I' in the direction of NBC vice presi I' we wou'd' sentence the poor dumb
3:03 Bouauat( i for Tea Afternoon Kdltloa Mute UtiItM- I 11:30 Dance Orch.lltS 0._. Oreb. -_ _____ explain that. in the Interests of safety they would !impairs confidence In them because anyone I II cluck to listen regularly to the
____ _____ dents. An amazed unbelieving
__ and
3 l$ 3V 31tt for Too ImtIs 1 Tim ____ Mjale Dnllalt : Dance Orch. Do.avrh Orth-New* Mnateanne.
s,Ji> Wlcaer Take All Bride A Orocm __ Mate Dnl m"d 12-OO-New' _..._u__ U--=--StwakSliaOf:- :- take more time. not less. and to apologize for slop- knows that it takes more time and space to bring i public heard these favorites Henry Morgan show on the AmerICAn
_a4JWlnn'Ike' AU Bride A- Qreaa 1aLcUt1bUM 12: :15 Dance Orrh. __ py, badly used coaches and sleepers instead of a train under control and a quicker decision to I promptly cut off the air as was network. When it comes to
3:Of?lHy r 'ad'c.rl Ledte*. B i'IU j'd'M' .ieu8fl"ltCS-_ It':10 Dan Orrh. .___ radio Henry can put Allen .
at
3.IS "'-, Run n n tAd II', Be ftocled Uuslc Votntt.4: 1243): ''..*__ _n_____. talking; dream-stuff about saloon life nurseries for meet an emergency; at 100 miles an hour than i Allen.It ribbing
:3JO Ore Jt Tab Edwin C. Hill __ Mule Cal1m1tecS 1:00 SIgn Oft _. -- the small fry. movies and even dancing aboard 60. seemed unbelievable that Hope and Skelton .to sham.

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. Thursday, May 8, 1947 Orlattba jganttng l Sfnttafl Page 9

Named To Study School Honors

Snively including in Florida Cross City

Top Brahman Steer State Airport I Dunnellon Tallahassee. Miami

Joe Hendricks Crestview, C1ew ton, Sarasota


j I. 1 Citrus Beverage Program [Special to Orlando Morning Sentinel! Goes Sale Projects Cut I Your Club TodayORLANDO j

I MONTVERDE-Rep. Joseph E. on Today : Board of RtaltOM. PcfO
Hendricks who graduated from Bide. 12:IS p... Canton Orland to. >
.,..., the Montverde School, has been WASHINGTON [UP] Secretary :Patriarch Militant IOOr. Fraternal BliU:

................................ ............ elected a trustee and director of ly AL CODY of Commerce W. Averell Harriman :.100 pm.APOrEA.
the school. [Special to Orlando Morning Sentinel : Rotary Club, Florida" Tower
Research Fund S REVISION BODY REJECTED j: He is one of the 11 prominent OCALA-A grade Brahman steer owned by the Dur- said yesterday that Commerce Department .1 Leuni DAYTONA, 7'00 BEACH p m : Xichantt Club. O:.-
budget cuts would force ands Ian 1:00 p mDELANO .
Floridians who have been named
Ranch of named
I rance Brighton was grand champion at I
curtailment : Odd Fellows K of t H !J.
I or abandonment of
g trustees of the I 100 pm Knthu ef PythlM. C :U* (
the first Florida Brahman steer show here

:Granted FCC i Piecemeal Method for State s\ school.an Hendrickstook active Today the fat animal will be sold in the yesterday.arena at the I I airport Florida projects drop Gainesville as follows,:Jacksonville .I I OriH HaiL 730 11: is pmFROSTPROOF p m.: Rotary Club RlcKland

by 4Ft part In the reorganization Southeastern Fat Stock Show and Sale Grounds on the No. I, and reduce Lake- KISSIMMIE: : Knlthti of Prthltl. 7ra-
land tcrnlty Hall. 5 00 i'm
by 20000.
of Jacksonville highway by R. A. LAKE WALES. assents: Club Seminole
i Constitution Overhaul Gets \ f the school and I "Rip" Roberts. auctioneer at the Drop very high frequency radio Inn 12'10 It....
By JACK GURNFTT ranges, instruments landing systems MOUNT DORA: Kiwtnii! Club COIIUlIl1-
proposed that the I Livestock Auction .
nit '
Gainesville\ ? Bid. 12 1) Pill.
(Our Own Stoff Correspondent] school be enlarged -I Melon Festival Market. : high intensity approach TAVARES, Klvcni Club Stitching Toot
,light planes lanes and ground-con- Dlnlnc Room. 12 IS p m
LAKELAND John A. Snively House Committee Approval \ to include I Nearly( 75 animals were entered trolled radar I WINTER: HAVEN: Rotary Club, K rta
Jr. of Winter Haven youngest a junior collegeas ) in the show said to be the approach systems Hni t. 12.30 P m.
member of the Florida Citrus ; soon as pos first all-Brahman steer show -- -- -
The bill to set
TALLAHASSEE [rAP] House-approved
Commission was handed able sible.Hendrlck Date AnnouncedSpecial ever held in the United States. I
order yesterday-to study and develop up a Florida Constitutional Revision Commission was rejected I s I I The included .i.

ways and means of puttingthe by a Senate Judiciary Committee, yesterday, but a graduated from steers, one group of them owned two by Junior the I
Florida citrus Industry Into I companion measure to permit rewriting the basic law -- I the Montverde- [ to Orlando Morning Sentinel] Sarasota PTA chapter and the ri9'fI
the beverage deal in a big way. Hendricks School in 1925.
Culminating considerable pro- article-by-article was approved by another group. I and from Stetson University in I LEESBURG-Date for the annual other by Barry Coleman of Sarasota -
necessity of Rep. Murray of Polk sponsor in'1 1I Florida Watermelon Festivalwas member of the FFA chapter
Jracted discussion on I 1930 with an A.B. degree, and ,
set Tuesday night for Wednesday -
there. Frank Scofield of Houston.
"developing the beverage deal for of the two measures said defeatof Riddle estimates would raise $1 I 1934 with an LL.B. degree. He I June 18
I Texas Judged the event.
both single strength. and commission concen- the commission bill would not million annually. :: was admitted to the Florida bar I, George Rast cashier of the First. Reserve champion individualwas I
the I
trated juices Congress
in 1934, was elected to
designated Snively as a committee i interfere with revision of the The House also received a resolution -: in 1936. National Bank was named general shown by Durrance. while the

of one to work on formulas for I Constitution by his proposed to trim:: number of standing t chairman. W. V. Buckles will grand champion pen of three was ..
.bottlers and beverage bases and method if the Senate and voters committees from 55 to 13. I' serve as cochairman.The I shown by the Norris Cattle Co. of
to recommend what the commission approve the plan allowing com- I Central Floridians committee decided to I Ocala and the grand champion &
and the Industry can and plete rewriting of any one of the The proposal rapped conflicting I I have a parade, barbecue base I carload by Crescent Farms of r
meetings of and Head War Veterans J
< should do to get Into what is regarded 20 articles in a single amendment'l':I groups ball game, beauty contest and Bradenton. Durrance Ranch also
as the one open frontier 1 At present an } pointed to similar reorganization TAMPA [APJ Florida's SpanishWar other features. I showed the reserve champion pen :/ NIAl
in the United States
., left to the citrus grower. apply only to one of some 200 Con I Veterans closed their annual Committees were named as follows of three calves.
Snive sections. gress. Introduced by Cobb and convention here yesterday after : I In the feeders sweepstakes WATER
To give Impetus to the Akerman of Orange Simpsonof
ly study, the commission appro- Most members of the Senate I Jefferson and.Collins of I installing Herbert W..Hardman of Parade: Q P Holt, chairman, :'where entry was limited to animals 0WH01
priated $9,000. to be used over Committee on Judiciary C, who Sarasota. it asked House Leesburg commander.Mrs. C. H. Lamb. Everett Boyd. Finance weighing more than 1,500
Effie Jones of Panama City
: Hugh Martin, chairman pounds, a 1.720 pound Shorthorn MONEY
a one year period for researchand voted tbe measure down, said Speaker to appoint committeeof elected president of the auxil- I I
study on a beverage base they would support the article-I five to study the question. was Orlando I Kingsley Harris, Max Wettstein Brahman cross placed first, over *$$
iary, with Mrs. Julia Boggs, L
made from concentrated orange by-article amendment on the Carlisle Rogers. Water Sports an 1,800 pound grade Brahman.
I
Eleven: representatives offered senior vice-president, and fOR
Clark Kauffman, chairman D. W. Both shown
: nd grapefruit juice. It approved by the I were by Durrance.
floor. was
a bill authorizing State Board of i Mrs. Virginia AShing Kissimmee. Terry Brunson Gibson. Beauty
Charles C. Commander, memberof Committee on Constitutional I Conservation to study ground and I Junior vice-president. contest: R. G. Teese chairman. I I
A
baby born in
was a hospitalin
the commission and general Amendments. I surface water conditions in the 1 Barbecue: Fred Herlong. Floyd .
continental United States DAY & NIGHT patented! "Heat Trap flueretard's
of the Florida Citrus Exchange State and Rep. Peacock intro- on :
manager also approveda :
f The same group Expanded Auxiliary Morgan R. L. Stevens, Bill Brazier the average of 15 seconds
every
told the board cencen- proposed amendment providingfor duced a measure entitling World I .. Hugh Bourlay. Rufus Hollo- during 1946.Mother's. rising hot forcing more heat into
gases
trated Juice "has a lot of possI- general election ratificationof War II veterans to homestead 40 Program PlannedTAMPA way. Grounds: Wilbur Harkness :

bilities." He said he had sampled any Constitution adopted by a acres of public land. j jI [TAP! The Rehabilitation Marshall Wilson, J. B. Williams. the surrounding. water Result: More hot water,
t some of It-found some good, some convention. At present the Con- I I Pending in the House was Rep.I Committee of the American I I
."bad It would be for the entire stitution may be rewritten only Hardin's community property bill'I Legion Auxiliary is planning an I II Day Special lets .fuel consumption, lower gds biHi DAY &
'industry's benefit to find a good by a special convention and there 1 for joint ownership by man and 'I expanded program in Florida's Miami Beach Bans II I CUT FLOWERS
merchantable product using both is no requirement that the body I wife to permit reduction of Income ,'. three veterans hospitals Mrs. Hal Discrimination Rv the Thousands NIGHT gives you any temperature of water!
Signs
oranges and grapefruit, he said. submit the proposed draft to either' taxes on smaller, separate returns. R. Whitehead committee member,'I Mostly Zinnias automatically Install DAY NIGHT
Commander said that the exChange I The Senate prepared to shunt MIAMI BEACH (TAP] City : you want
: the voters or the Legislature. from Tampa, said yesterday. : H, T. FRITTS ,
would be "glad to pay for The Senate by a 28-6 vote, 'aside all other measures to settle Others on the committee are Council yesterday unanimously I Comer Belgrade and Virginia Drive I for bw.COst, 24-Hour tat water service y rafter
,all or any part of the research if I completed Legislature action on a fate of the bill by Sens. Mathews Mrs. J. B. Kirkpatnck. Eustis adopted a "nondiscrimination"ordinance I
,the commission felt the 'expense" measure okayed by the House I and Sanchez abolishing State control I I. chairman, and Mrs. Alex Woods, said to be the first of >- year.
was too great or not warranted which would give the horse racetrack over primary elections, in I Lakeland. its kind in the country. I
:avail-able its effect permitting Democratic The ordinance, sponsored by a
_; choice with of racing the greatest dates. revenue Party to exclude Negroes from Its Livestock Auction committee from the B'nai-Bnth Mother's Day Gifts 1 Se, ii... Mr DAY 4 NIGHT AaMg.r A***.
said Dr. L. M. McDowell FCC re- organization, forbids display of
search director and Dr L. J. Held, Final action on the $50 mil- polls. Sales such signs as "Gentiles onlY" and Presto Cookers (.m* m er fhont" II toll'.
at $78,855
research chief for Florida Citrus lion Citizens Education Committee Declared II "restricted" in hotels and other
Canners Co-operative, are the only school bill was delayed Mistrial (Saw ol to Orlando Morning Sentinel] public places.M' Home Pressure Canners.
two men immediately available when the House refused to accept BARTOW [API A mistrial was KISSIMMEE-Livestock auction I II I I
who can do the job of developing t Senate amendments. declared yesterday the case of sales here yesterday continued at I Pyrex Gift Boxes i r I [DA_
this particular product. I Willie Mattox charged with the top pace with a good supply and I I Leads Ports I Coffee MakersVacuum
Commander said he had recently I It accepted amendments doubling murder of Daniel J. Griner, upon demand, high prices. Total receipts {: MIAMI [rAP Port Director R. T. i
talked with a top executive ,State scholarships for stu- | presentation to Circuit Judge Don were 7885560. j Spangler reported yesterday that Cleaners
:of a big cola manufacturing firm ; dents who want to take teaching ; Register of a doctor's certificate Sales included 405 calves bring-, Miami led all Florida in both value Dinner Sets
..and had been told that It wouldbe i courses, but balked over letting I that defense counsel. Pat Whit- ing from $8.50 to $20.25; 321 cows and tonnage of dry cargo imported 24 Hour Service Since 1932NflTURfllGflSiflPPLIflnCECo1
.- necessary to first get a good possession of all life teaching certificates aker. of Tampa was ill with a 75017.50; 335 steers $10-20.10; during 1946.Optimists. Cutlery SetsThermo.s
-product enough raw materials count instead of some streptococcus Infection of the 86 heifers $11-18; 28 bulls. $10- I Jugs
"and then the citrus drink could college training In the schedulefor throat. 15; 38 hogs, $15-19.50 To MeetST.
outsell, by at least 10 times, all. distributing State funds to I Juicers"If
PETERSBURG [APJ Opti-
the colas,in the country. counties on basis of teacher edu- Home Contract Let Unions Demand Solution
I mists Clubs from the Fourth Dis- It's Hardware: See Us First"H.
"We've got a lot of fruit In cation qualificatiops.The received Constitutional -I LAKELAND CAP] A contract for TAMPA rAP The Joint advisory trict, including Georgia. Florida
the State, and the research 1 House a the first'two units of the 11-build- board of Tampa's Cigarmakers and Cuba, will open,their 24th an- H. PARRISH ,
would be helpful In getting a I amendment proposal to ing project to be erected here by Unions yesterday called on Fed- nual convention here today. Phone 4678 Phone 1252 ,
uniform product for dispensing I set p a State the Florida Baptist Children's eral. State and city officials to & 129 N. Orange Ave. Fla. State Bank Bldg. 6'
machines and a satisfactory Tax Commission Yk Home has been let to W. H. Her- "get together and find a solution"for The weasel's fur does not turn HARDWARE Orlando Florida Sanford, Florida
beverage dispenser is the nextbig I to evaluate all 1 1's. rin of Lakeland at a cost to run the city's 3,000 unemployed cigar white in winter; the change occursin I 220 S. Orange Ave.
t.. step we have to take. Commander I property and require -. between $150.000 and $100,000. workers. the moulting process.
continued. uniform tax I

"There Is a big' market In the I assessments: anda
beverage deal and sufficient margin bill to create a .
to be attractive to the trade. board to study
The bottlers' base put out by Call- State's tax struc-

fornia Fruit Growers Exchange is ture and preparean .' ... .,., ... r
the most profitable item it has." instruction .
Snively said his firm. Snively manual for county ;.,J:" .
Growers Inc., is now working on tax officials.
a contract for a beverage base It received a .
'
,concentrate, approximately 100. three per cent I'
000 gallons and*that the resulting gross receipts tax Cobb ., ,
: drink: will contain 34 per cent proposal abolishing ad valorem .: t. (

a citrus juices in contrast to other. I taxes: a bill to permit levying a ) .:
He said that all companies to 1 one-cent soft drink tax with proceeds ; :. '
whom the Industry would try to I collected in cities to go to .' .. .: A
cell beverage bases and concentrates municipalities counties to get the ._ ; "'.' 't .
would have their own for- remainder; and a Jook-box tax : '. :.:- ....
mulas-and that the big need was 1 proposal which sponsor Sen. / ::
for National Legislation to compel I
use of more real citrus juices in I I

beverages."Our Job Is to get more real 1 KBULLDOGWEED

orange juice used" he declared. .
Commander said Snively "has a CUTTERand
good point there and I don't see
how we can get favorable Legislation -
if we don't get a good prod-
uct. If we can furnish a good LAWN MOWER It a
product and a good machine wean 0 Y.7 ,

sell millions of gallons.1 I a. .CAxoMatcy\ S
&
r Citing various other beverages .
Snively said that so called I
"orange drinks" can contain
from three to five per cent citrus :
juices,"orange flavor" drink .
five to 15 per cent, and "orange .
ades" 15 to 30 per cent. ',1f\ ,
Declaring that California is Interested '
in the beverage deal and : ..; :"' d.
hat he would be talking with 1
'
trus men from that State in New l IN STURDY CLOTHES; FROM RUTLAND'Sa. : 1
'York next month. Commander offend -
to include, a commission
;representative in the conference I
on the subject of beverages.
It was then that Snively was
to handle the studies .
delegated .--' "
and developments, although he POWER 1 four-cycle "
h.p rat
will be unable to be In New York motor. Cuts everything Including ,, .
..-.with Commander. W. L. Story, under bnuh. Lee Riders. Sizes 6 to 76-$2.50
:"Winter Garden. FCC Ad Commit- .::
"tee WHEELS! ir nigh. Placed en sideto
chairman, said he thought and
some one person ought to be I interference.fly maximum clearance no b. Koroseal Raincoats 700% wafer-proof. Sizes 4 to 70-$8 .
r charged with the responsibility of I
development and Snively replied PCSHES! Less effort. than a band- ,

the proposition.he would like Snively to work was au-on mower.EDGES. c. Pine Tree Moccasins hand-sewn of fine saddle leather-$6
Along curbt. road mar.gins.
thorizcd to use all needed man- ate. Cuts hangover (rasa. A ,

,power and facilities .of the com- d. McGregor Zelan Jackets of famed Ameritex fabric-$7.95 .
mission in his work. DIGGING! Blade cannot dig Teathn -
Commission announced it was weight mower floats. Can be
raised 1' to 5'.
starting a stepup campaign on .
Valencia oranges In the Southerntier AT LAST A POWERFUL LIGHTWEIGHT I T-shirts by Kaynee and Robert Bruce. Plain or striped-$7.50 to $2 '

of States starting next week MOWER. WEEDCUTTEBnd
C using Quarter-page ads in metropolitan CLEANUP MACHINE.
newspapers to supplement f. Khaki Shorts of sanforized 6-point; heavy cotton Sizes 6 to 72-$3.50
the Eastern and Northern -
r newspaper and radio, campaigns \ McClelland. Equipment Co.

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Herb Smith, the By golfing BOB HAYES druggist, owns just about Experts Differ I Suggs, Kirby Lead Field '! Rookie Homers

every possible golf title the city has to offer at the moment, First VictoryOf

but he's preparing to lose one title in a few days in a

sportsmanlike manner. On FavoriteFor Into Quarter-Final
PlayATLANTA To Give Boston
Herb will make a stab after repeating his 1946 City Golf 47 SeasonBROOKLYN :

Championship. He beat Charlie Eberhart in the 'finals last year to i

annex the city title. He won the Dubsdread Country Club title last [UP] Little Louise Suggs of Lithia Springs

year. And only last Sunday he defeated J. D. [Red] Brass to add the t API Terry PreaknessBALTIMORE Ga.; moved into the!' quarter-final round of the 32nd AnnualWomen's 3-2 Triumph

Orlando Country Club championship.He Moore's first homer of thesea- Southern Golf Tourney yesterday after almost i

has only an outside chance of winning the city diadem with Enos Slaughter on base running afoul of unheralded Mrs. George Wilcox of Miami.
son
again this :year. In his match last Sunday he tore a cartilage In his in the seventh inning yesterdaygave rAP) Here In Miss Suggs, defending!' titleholder by virtue of her 1941 I j BOSTON [API Rookie Earl Tor-

left knee and his entire left leg Is In a-east. The east is on fora St. Louis a 2-1 victory over : Crabtown, they'll even bet against i
month. Brooklyn and assured Howie Pol- such things as what time the nine with Mrs. Wilcox at the turn before fourth of the campaign. gave the

Tuesday afternoon Herb was out at Dubsdread. site of the city let his initial win after three o'clock train leaves or how big is Chipped Bone II her: steady play on the back Boston Braves a 3-2 win over thei

tourney trying to figure out a way of playing despite the cast. He straight defeats a size 12 shoe, and right nowthey're nine gave her a 2 to 1 triumph. i Pittsburgh Pirates last night before -
found that by extending his cast-encased left leg about 10 or 12 Pollet. a 21 game winner for the Dorothy Kirby fired a spectacular a chilled 11,175 crowd. Mgr.
all }
Inches backward. balancing on his right leg. and easing up on the I world champs last year, was In heated up not over who : Puts GreenbergOn 34 against Mrs. William Hambyof 'I Bill Herman who was chased by

power, he could still amack his tee shots about 190 to 200 yards with and out of trouble. throughout the I'. will win the Preakness, but who Asheville. N. C. Miss Kirby, who ;, Umpire Artie Gore in the ninth.

reasonably.good accuracy. He figures he can handle chip shots and showery afternoon walking eight will be the favorite-Jet Pilot or was 7-up at the turn, kept the held down first base for the Buts
Dodgers. The slender southpaw Phalanx. i Sidelines heat on and closed out the matchon I as Slugger Hank Greenberg nursedhis
putts alright, but he is worried about longer iron shots and how he
needed the help of four double j the 11th.
drag that left leg around the It was the main topic of I ailing right elbow.
can course. conversations .
plays, two of which he started in BOSTON [DP] Big Hank The upset was supplied by Mrs. Herman's ousting, along with
"I think 111 get me a little motor scooter to ride around the blanking the home club until the on the street corners and Greenberg was removed from the Clarence Elsas of Atlanta a club that of Infielder Gene Maucb.

course,* he grinned "And If I can do that I believe' I will be able eighth. HOWIE POLLET I in the bars and the beauty parlors Pittsburgh starting lineup Just golfer with scanty tournament experience recently obtained from Brooklyn -

to shoot about an 80." Vie Lombard! deserved a bet- !finally wins one.A's over-shadowing even such a before the start of the Pirates- before the Southern, who resulted from their protests

An 80 will hardly win the city title this year. But Herb Smith. ter fate. lIe yielded only threeof surprise development as the possible Boston Braves arc light game I registered a 1-up decision over that followed Torgeson's game

who really scraps to win. will be makinga fine sporting gesture' the Cardinals' four hits.A ] here last night when X-rays indicated [Mrs. Earl Eckman of Memphis 'i winning drive into the right

when he competes: In match play next week under his physical handicap i second inning single by Del withdrawal of Double Jay second the slugging first base I I Tenn.. on the 20th hole. I 1 field bullpen with one out in the

giving some he has beaten a chance to get even with him. I Rice was the only safe blow until Topple This best two-year-old of 1946. man had sustained a chipped ,1 Youthful Ema Lou Prince of I I Tribesmen's side of the eighth

I Enos Slaughter opened the seventh when popped up :yesterday I bone in his elbow. I' Gainesville Fla.. bowed to Mrs. i i It came on a 2-2 pitch and Her-
it
with a one-base smash to was learned a veterinary Dr. Harold Lee, Braves physi- I Julius Page Jr.. of Chapel Hill man contended that Relief Pitcher
Sports Editor Charlie Wadsworth of Orlando Evening Star :yesterday had been
summoned to examinethe I
right. Moore fouled on two bunt clan advised NC. Mrs. Page tangles with Miss Tor-
Greenberg not to Hank Behrman had fanned
carried in his column letter from baseball who
a a fan. 'DelawareownedJaybird"
anonymously -
attempts before hitting the third Browns 6-1 I play after studying X-rays taken Margaret Gunther of Memphis. gey with his fourth pitch. Gore
identified himself as "FPC. and who took occasion to accuse into left field who won $77,850 last year but Tenn.. a 5-3 victor Ann
pitch the stands earlier in the day after Greenberg I over I ordered them banished when they
Wadsworth. Bus. Mgr John Oanzel and this column of finished a sagging next to last
"softsoapingus 350 feet away.Brooklyn complained of a pain in his elbow. Leleune. of New Orleans. I continued their arguments from
fans and leading us up to a big letdown. finally broke throughthe I in the Derby last week. lie appeared Shortly before the last-minute Fort Worth. Texas links star ,, the bench.
ST. LOUIS [API Dick Fowler'stight 'i
"Why don't you three guys eome out and say that the Senators Birds' defense in the eighth to be "off his feed. decision that lifted the slugger Polly Riley also advanced to the I Pln.BUIiI (II) I I aonON eN'

won't be winning that pennant again this :year and that this :year's and might have had more than pitching and a two-run horner I Grooms at his barn pointed to from the lineup. Greenberg had quarter-finals by virtue of a 5-4 c...... SI 4II1SRs..P.r II I St SI III P II I I .S

team isn't nearly as strong as last )'eu'l.team?. ." I one run if it hadn't been for StanMusial's by Hank Majeski helped the : his untouched oat bucket and co- I expressed his determination to conquest of Atlanta's Mrs. Grady H.I" 4 I I S I HoI.rt' I" I
owner James Tigani said the I Iveterinary's aulI.rt 1 I I H.rf III
This column as a rule doesn't acknowledge annonymous letters. I great stop on a smash I Philadelphia Athletics vacate last on continue playing until he knew McDonald.In KUur.If 4 1 I I EIIIIIII.311 3 I I.un.3 !;
But since TPC" has had his second-guessing turn In print already, by Pete Reiser that was labelleda place in favor of the St. Louis diagnosis would depend definitely whether the recurring the fourth flight Mrs. Mel (-.. ,, I I I I t _.n.1I 4 I I
his starting in Saturday'sfield. I "...1'h.rt 4 I I I "M..I.' 4 I I l I
Casselberry of Orlando, Fla.. defeated
double. The liner hit the first I Browns the A's topped the -
as pain caused
was by "anything
it's time to set the record: straight. altge I C 1 4 1T.rgs.lb I I In SR.tkLb
base sack bouncing high in the Browns 6 to 1. Jast night in the' serious." Mildred McEwen of Atlanta I I I I 1 ",.tl." 4 I I I S5.kr.p
Two days before the league opened this column in a preseason There will be a pot of $141,140 3-2. I I S S S .Cwp.r.p I' I I 1
,
air ,but Musial caught it with his American League's first night He said he would consult his ... .I1B.4rwsn.p
.5.411" IIlSeEotp SII
to
roundup remarked "And Orlando's Senators who won the be sliced up if all 14 howdy:
say
back to the infield and tossedto i, game of the season. t private physician to learn whetheran 1 I I I II!
pennant hands-down last :year, by a record IS-game margin shape Pollet for the first out. Fowler scattered Brownie to the starter. The winner's paycheck I
seven would be
operation .
necessary.Dr. I ..... "Itu,1 .
of about Grattan T ) | TotiM Jl IST1Ifllxl
np now as a poor replica of the 46 club. John Ganzel will have to Dixie Walker promptly doub- I hits and their lone run resulted $100,000 though I Lee, who declined to expressan McKlyo .- out lor Bihr U tlk.nitunnk .

Import aeV atre'rth.to! satisfy Tinker field fans who got used to led to right and went to third on I i from an error by Eddie. Joost in I II will the record be some bankroll$8.000 shorter than' opinion on whether Green- I ..,... ..._, SAl Ill tM IM IMSB III

last )'ear'. crewman outfit which would have won In Class B com a wild pitch to Carl Furillo who I the first inning. home from Azucar took berg's condition would require I Wins at Inqlewood KnuriKliwr.: : Rth..... -Runt- ". ," l.: OuiHM. .
later walked. Bruce Edwards'roUer 1 The A's the the Santa Anita Han- KlMlta. CI.IL s-g.Mk Mmm. r-ul TM-
petition. solved offeringsof surgery, said that such an operation -:
Calif. [API SevI
I dicap in'35.horsemen. INGLEWOOD I .... IkiuMo ,!Ia : GwlI.,. Can .ix Btnuc;
That could hardly be construed as "softsoaping" the fans. A few to Whiter Kurowskl scori i Denny Galehouse and his successor probably would remove the I enteen-year-old C. A. Harrison H.w>. Him ..d a,... ln o> kM: Plttt""' ,,_
ed Dixie. After passing Johnny Ellis Kinder. for 11 blows. In hereabouts insist batting star from the line for 3. ...,.. t Ru on .billf: Babe S. ....... a.rUrlk .
the observation !
days afterward was passed along that Lou Bevil's ball I I the Pilot should be the choice up made a bid for his fifth win of .MU: Bake K. .... J. HI,,: oft 1'..,.
club would be in the first division fight. That observation hasn't been Jorgensen the Card southpaw: I II addition to his sixth Inning homer Saturday in spite of the two weeks or more. the harness meeting at Hollywood 1 !. S 1..1....: Tonprr T I. t 1-1, B_.. S
retired the side on. Pee WeeReese' Majeski drove in another run with i way I. I; ...rt S I. 2 t-S. Wlmlni pltrtvw: KirLUKlnc
dispelled to date. So much for FPC. Phalanx Park yesterday. but the sprightlyold ...
I dropped out of the vllrkrr: _... npltM: r. PtMlllM
drive Chuck 'a fir in the ninth .
to Dierinr. inning.
I clouds timer couldn't overhaul 5-year- BirlH-k. Tins Jl. .AII-." .: I"UL
1 I. to finish only head ;
PHILADELPHIA (A) J IT. LOUIS (IA) a .
It was the second home loss for I
In fairness to Lou Beril and his squad this should be added to .5,11.4 .1,115. away last week. Cronin Pleased I I old Grattan McKlyo and finished
the Dodgers and the second St. 1 Tat..,, I I I ''flhtIlng.r.3b I second in a one mile pace, a nose : Girl Softballers
I : : : ; : They give
the chance
of the too
story Senators. They took a pair of lickings from DeLandat Louis win in their last 12 outings. M'Ck.cf I I 4 IZuill...? IFaiNlb a to in front of Chief Direct.
a crucial time this week when they had chance I I Ill l'whner.rt i. Ii' I Faultless, who wound up third I
a to whittle down 1
I Rain and darkness held up the Rlnu.1f I 1 I I 'IH.ath.1f 4 I I I IsIT. Grattan McKlyo set the pace
the tough Red Hats a peg or two in league standings, but they weren'tat scoreless contest for 40 minutes in .. I 1 I 4 :11I1.phena.. I I I I S down in the blue grass, and On I and held it from start to finish, To Play TonightThe
II .Jtl.11I i I I 1 4 Juc\JlltIIl' 4 I I 5 IIU4SV.2b Trust, the California flier who With New Infield II
fun strength. the top of the fifth. I" S I I _dl..11I 4 5 5 I I was fourth. I I while C. A. Harrison, racking up Young Women's Community
BulL himself was out of the IT. LOUIS (M) I SROOItLVN (N) II." 111355.rls.. 211117.lrp
most
lineup of those two
games .1 .' I' 1 5 2.Glleue.p. I I I I 3&bultz Half-pint Bullet Proof, a Vir- I his third second to go with four Club Girl's Softball League
and will be for a few more days with a badly sprained wrist: Gerry Sek d.it.tb 4 S I I IlItankJ.n I' 1 I It".11 ISlII J ginia-bred, has been less 'wins in seven starts this season, heads into the second round of
%.- I' S S ,'.awklq S S ISS '. more or CHICAGO lAP] Manager Joe I
blisdr.p' I I I I
Manning was playing part.time with a bad leg and spiked left I had to race wide the entire dis play at Exposition Park tonight
a
Dtortni S S S 1 t'BoMntoil.IkPurrUctr I S 112 I IIC.I.... I I III adopted by local horseplayers asa Cronin whose Boston Red Sox :
hand. Freddie Swindells has a ruptured blood vessel In one of his MinUI' .IkKir I. 5 I I ..,.....or 4 'I I I I Marylander and will receive tance. I with a twlnbill offering on the
'ikt.Ik 4 I 1 11".lk..rt 41255ers..1b v.45'' M 11 IT iTl) ToUU. 11 1,IT. won the American League pennantlast The -inner, tied at 202 3-5 schedule.
legs and the club physician has . .
prescribed a rest. Shortstop Craig 11121 ilk) d for rutehouit ). tlk. some support because of It. established
limping along with a game leg... All those Injuries didn't help .... r.tf 4 I I I tdwird.. 3 IIIIlr. k:vilkwl: for KhKtor !. Ilk.Pbll.d.lpkls |I!I I The rest, though have hardly a season without an paid 420. $2.80 and $2.40; C. A. I Orlando Transit Co. and Yowell-
one ..., .'..... third baseman, think's he's
I "' 4 I I I I'J I" I I 4 _. tM SI! 1tI-t Harrison $2.90 and $2.40 and Chief I Drew-Ivey. both beaten in
open-
whit In the DeLand series. MirlMM, I" I I 2ft....... 4 I I I III. St. Unit ..._ IM Ml tilt-1 look-in-Cornish Knight, the finally found one in Johnny Pesky. '
..... 11112L.b.dl., 15151 Kmn: :Imt. Benrdl... LMmr. RUM ...... Canadian brewer's colt Direct $3.40.Pricce ing Night play, meet in the opening -
And you: can rest assured that John Ganzel will have additional lIlil.p. 4 I I I Ii.1....."'. I' I 5 5 In: ..*....... Roa... Joan Miiwkl 3.1rnw. fcitf kit: I I from ; Mityme. ,I,one of the league's top shortstops. Richard won the $5.000 game at 7:45 pm.Pickering's .
help for the ball club showing up one of these days before long. It IAtIa'.. 11.11 =.?. Tb... 1,55 111 Jud.lrk.,. Hoe,..:": I'.: 1 Philadelphia, winner of two I I Cronin yesterday revealed he I featured pace with Silent Dewey Plasterers tangle
bLand 11111Toll Rs.rtfkFowl.' ": IMuhi. : Pa straight Maryland stakes
is evident the club will need bolstering in a couple of spots. But It --I ...... "_1... MtiMkl. Jwu aod MijMkl: Budtr.JoMt this planned to "&0 along with his second and Mighty Lucy third. I I with Purcell at 9 p.m. in the feature -
Isn't by far the weakest club in the circuit. It's still a first division. ;. M l.fli1 1| Toult Il"l"iM. IIH! Fin: Joo.t.. Under ... ".IL Loft.. I Spring; Cosmic Bomb, fifth in the latest infield switch-Pesky at The time was 1.312-5 for six fur I game of the night. The Plasterers -
-tlafl4 foe LMbirdJ la Ttk.k bMw: PkllntelphU It. 8U Lmli 12. Bam MI I Derby; high-speed King Bay from
third and Edward Pellagrini at
club and probably will remain so as the season wears on. -*opf>.4 Ml for Hint U ttk. ball: r*>lr I. GilrtoiiM X. Rtndrr r lInk.55 ..- Louisville 1 'longs. Prince Richard paid $7.20 topped Orlando Transit 4-2.
After all. it's *-nm for Bunky I. tth.M. ..: "..... 4. 0,155.... 1. KUulw L Hlti: *rr I I IOiUrmiM ; Riskolater, a lonesome short. $4.40 and $3.10; Silent Dewey $6.80 and Purcell smothered Yowell-
hardly right to
expect winner '
pennant here
a ___
11th in
the
II LNU *M M* 255-XBnoklTB I I. I Innloci: a Kinder 1 1 3.Wild Derby; Double Jay i Cronin said
:year-in and :year-out -not even In Brooklyn. __ ._. __ tM M* '1 -1 pllrfc: KIwMr. Lwlai pllrlMr: G.,......... who wound : and $3.90, and Mighty Lucy $3.90. Drew-Ivey. 18-3 Monday night.
z.....: MM. Burl ...ttalll.: l<... t. Cdwv- nplr : P.......... Bonr. .-..! sad H.rl. I ITlB up next to last; Uncle] : "Pellagrini is a great defensive
T.. ..... hits: Walk,. KUiuhKr. Ham* ...: .: 3:14. .Att_..,*: 1.15.- i I Remus, who won his last start at player, although he has yet to ,

I Mom. Bit DoubU..d lliuUI*UnBoblMM; Poua.. Muteoudl MinUI)> Pal.let. -;' I Havre de Grace in April and is a prove himself a hitter. Pesky is SOFA BEDS AND CHAIRS TO MATCH

Stewart Gains Chandler ".n.. MrtoomllMM Md Maittl; Kmnkl *.4MuUL Florida Racks Up 10-2, ,! doubtful starter Saturday and' both a top hitter and fielder. He
DrawsSenator's ;
I Lett.. kaM: *L lout 1. Branklra 11. SecNav. a swiftie front-runner I'1
BOOT M killi: LoBlwrdl. I. Nlet I. KJnt t. Over Stetson I!1 lean play any spot and I don'tthink
II BtrlkoMU; Pallet 1. iMtardl. L Bin: oft LMHbardl Victory who will start only if the track Is 1: the switch to third will affect 2 PIECES 79.50
Finals In I I U T 11..1".. fast.
>: Laaobard1-NortMrl.; Kim wild I I.piick 2 :Hit 1'DI1e&kr. H U-aM OAINESVILLE [lAP The University I i him. If it works well be a

Inc KlulMr." .........cIL Inplnt: Murrturrh. ; of Florida Gators collected lot stronger defensively." '
WrathWASHINGTON i RmllM ud SIOTTU ? ..: t:4J. Auo ili.,,: I 11' hIts here yesterday to defeat j RUSSELL FURNITURE CO.
Local Net Meet 11.UJ ...... Grudqe Match The Red Sox will have to get
the Stetson University Hattenr, along without Mickey Harrys, star

Conrad 10-2 in the first collegiate sports Tops Mat Card left handed pitcher for a while I -
Stewart Jr. !
yesterday [UP] Rep. 1".1 Speedway HeadiAgreesToTalk encounter between the two schools j i i longer. Harris was left at St. ;

gained the finals of the first :I Edward Hebert D.-La, yesterday -1 since before the war. A grudge match between Al Louis to undergo daily treatment -

annual Denmark Junior Boys I flayed Baseball Commissioner i ii j ji The Gators held scorless by the Massey and Hardrock Harbin, a i I for his ailing left arm. Harris # EYSr

Tennis Tournament when he defeated A. B. Happy] Chandler for failing | Hatters until the fourth frame, pair of rough and tumble mat-I who won 17 and lost nine for the
his semi-finals i. went to, work with one run repeated i men, headlines the weekly wrestling I Red Sox last season, hasn't pitched -
opponent.Ree'd to endorse his anti-sports- again in the fifth to tie show ... IK*.
bill.Addressing To DriversINDIANAPOLIS I scheduled for Legion an inning thus far this season. J. C. PWNNSV
bribery .
Morris. 9-7 64. at Orlando :i the and finally broke loose' Arena
j score at 8:30: p.m. tomorrow. | Harris plans to rejoin the Red Sox
Tennis Club. i j i Hebert a touchdown club in the seventh and eighth innings 'I!I Jim Coffield and Patty Mack,in Boston next Monday. 37 W. CHURCH ST. ORLANDO. FLORIDA
|luncheon said it was a lAP Wilbur
Stewart will meet the winner of to push eight runs across. I ICROUCHEB tangle in another grudge exhibition -
j
I "sad commentary when the high Shaw manager of the Indianapolis HODGIN WORKS OUT
the semifinals match between commissioner of baseball refused motor speedway agreed j I in the semi-finals while Superman -!
I OPTIONAL OUT i and Nick Bacalis meet In CHICAGO [API Ralph Hodgin. ON LOOK!
Jack Staton Jr. and Roger PharrIn I to take a position on a bill that i yesterday to talk over with hold- SAN ANTONIO [API Frank the opening event of the three- outfielder with the Chicago White

the championship match Sunday I would put the screws on all these out drivers their demand for Increasing Croucher. veteran Texas League bout program. Sox inactive since hit in the head

Lloyd Talley. tournament director fixers and gamblers" who try to Influence : the purse for this year's infielder who was with the San j I I by one of Hal Newhouser's pitchesin SALETHURS. ::11J MEN!

announced yesterday. sports. Memorial Day 500-mile race. Antonio Texas League Missions., I'I'I Detroit April 21, returned to
U. Miami
Staton entered the round of I "He. Chandler says "baseballcan Shaw made the concession after. most of last year, has been sent to i, City the team yesterday for a brief THEY'REBACK
four yesterday when he eliminated take care of itself Hebert I Stanford Clinton. a Chicago attorney Little Rock of the Southern Assn. Sign I 10-Year Agreement 'workout. He will accompany the

Gilbert Echelman In a quar- said. "It can take care. of its appeared before the contest on option to cut the Missions to Ii j White Sox when they leave for 9:00: A. M. !
ter-finals test after winning his own players that's true. But I board of the American Auto- their 19-player limit. Mission Pres. I I MIAMI [rAP The University of I their first Eastern trip Sunday :J'z: :

first round match from David what about these fixers who lie mobile Association as a representative I Bill Osley announced yesterday. Miami yesterday announced it night.its : _
:
Meyer by default. outside the scope of the Commis j of the American Society of I had signed an agreement with the __ I

Pharr. the other top-bracket sioner's Office? And Chandlerowes 1 I Professional Automobile Racers. I COLLEGE TENNIS City of Miami to play all its home I seating capacity from 38.000

semi-finalist. defeated Wayne a responsibility to the American The A. S. P. A. R. members demanded I CCNY Ptnn Stat.I. Army t, Smpe"S" 5. J. football games in the Orange to 60000. Validation of the $1- ,

Mathls. 6-4. 6-0. In the quarter public." I that the prize money be j Syr cuM S. Union .. Bowl Stadium for the next 10 600,000 bond issue for the enlargement ,

finals after drawing a first-round The bill would make It a criminal Increased from $75,000 to $150,000. I William Virginia &7,Mary Waihmoton.. North. &Carolina L.. 2. 1. years. I is now on 'its way

bye. Mathls had won from Rich- offense for anyone to try and I Shaw had indicated prior to the I Richmond 14. Rindoloh-Macon J. The agreement was another through circuit court.
bribe an athlete of team that : meeting the would Dull I, Navy 4. '
ard that in
Solomon by default. any I speedway rotbytcrian .. e.....'.... t.Citadol necessary step plans to double
has crossed a State line. Viola- not budge. deck the stadium and
Stewart defeated Morty Cohen, 4. N. Ci State 3. increase j
610. 6-0. In the quarter-finals tors would be subject to a fine of Clinton who said he acts as Furman 7. Ertkino 2. I

before meeting Morris-, while Morris $10,000 and 10 years imprison representative of employers in N..wk.rry COLLEGE 4. Mcrcor TRACK 3. SPECIALSAND 500 ONLY

had advanced over Jimmy Rus- ment. collective bargaining negotiations, Lafayitto II. Lchigh 41.
sell. 60. 61. and Earl Compton: "Of all the top men in sports." asked the contest board to intervene Cant.... _Michifan 70. Ottroil (I. AND MUCK
U. 17 1/3 Worcoitor TichM
6-2. 6-0. Hebert said. "Chandler alone refused in the dispute 23.that .P r& ili FINE 1ST QUALITY SLUB-
to endorse my bill. He first I TIRESFor ,
"
challenged its constitutionality.

OUTBOARD MOTORSNew and said that, under an old court Don McNeil Heads East's Drive Spray Machine, Supply Tracks, BROADWAY TOWNCRAFT p
decision, baseball is not regardedas All types of Grove Trucki. Trailersand ,
Mercury Out Performs Interstate commerce." i JOE TINKER : Fertilizer Distributors etc.


BE RALPH All SURE Other HAGOOD TO Makes-SEE ITI. FlvrUa. 10.COLLEGE Stetson: BASEBALL 2. To Develop/ Young Net TalentORANGE 4' l ;. TESTIMONIAL I Z Ask weeks for free at absolutely trial demonstration BO obligation for I WHITE SHIRTS

SwarthrMr 11. J.hn "....i..* S.Virima la you. ,
321 W. Plae W Orlaad* WeldUglPhono 1$. William & Mary 1.Chwac N. J. [AP] 'California, which has had what NIGHT "
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He4 .PV 1. Me.cr GUARANTEE SATISFACTION
Complete Repairs OB All Make J. WtwiUii 1.( amounts to a virtpal stranglehold on the development of'
MAY OR NO PAY
16
Navy' 12. w..t Virtmim; 4. i S SIZES 14 TO 17
vale IS, Columbia. 3.Wssl.v. young tennis talent; in recent years, is in for some com

'. .Carolina.. 1.. MauachitMtto 11, Weff....State 4. 5..uth .. petition-and Don -McNeill, national champion in 1940. said Join in honoring Florida's Thousands Tires 1st Our of Brand Warehouse New SLEEVES 32 TO 35

Be sure to visit N. C. sut .. ouk. SoCOLLEGE yesterday that he will lead the "opposition." only living baseball Hall of $ 49

M/M*. MryUn4 I, America GOLF U. I.WI. Don.. a member of the Berkley< Fame star. Send your gift to DUDA I NUCRAFT COLLARS 2 .
., Virginia 5 V. Warimburt 2V*. Tennis Club here, is approachingthe
ORANGEFISHING wdxn S. Batem 0.20V I he has turned down all tournament JOE TINKER TESTIMONIAL TIRE SALES I -
venture with such enthu-
Clem..,. W.f *rd *Vi. new bids next Summer. ; SANFORIZED .,
FUND Florida Bank at
\
Niddlebury' Dartmouth J. siam and seriousness of purpose OVIEDOW. .

LODGELOCATED The Idea. forI I Improving the Orlando. P. 128-M. Oviedo %151I' ; I NO LIMIT! 7

OUR BOARDING HOUSE caliber of young players In the
East is twofold. In the first -
-

O.V LAKE DRrXTCT.TvJtGSS/A rrs orte WORE TIME AT BAT AJ O A place a league has'been organized .I":;" : : BACK FOR SPECIAL SELLING!

AFOPKA BETWEEN BURGLAR COui.D.rr, GS1 UORSECOLLAR.MNSOR.'WrW OOMTSOU among the juniors in New

COEE AND APOPKA THAT VASE AWAY 6OV4 CUT UK& A BALLET. Jersey with the intention of en- l MEN'S PLAIDSHORT
where I AGAIN!
FROM MRS. 8RlllGp'.p3% PA1CnR l1I SPLVT Tl&HTSfAMD :'rouraging the youngsters to playas From sit.. i Joe Marsh
Here In a boutiful much tenais ;
setting ( palms as possible Almost -
U a Lodre that will excite every 'SHE DOTES ort rrAMD /...- ADD TW%S TO YOUR. every club in the State has -

fisherman's .. No expense has MM BLOODRUMS STORE CURIOUS PACTS ) entered a team. SLEEVE
been ,
spared to provide the
newest
and best la modern facilities and COLD TF4W1I. MARTHA VJArJTS S&U TO r-
equipment. Yet prices are reason- I TU6 LADY MAY usEr CO OMll: I The second phase of the pro-
able. Her are Just a few of. the A *1,000 ASKECAU.ITAT .. gram comes under the heading of Where's the Argument? SPORT
many attractions available: I $ individual instruction. Each Sat- 4'

EXCELLENT FISHING 'AtOMEsT// urday morning starting this week.
SHIRTS
McNeill intends to have the higher --
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NEW BOATS AND MOTORS I ranking juniors in the area Yon should hare heard Ed Carey versus buttermilk. Folks who've

S EXPERIENCED GUIDES gather at his home club for per: and Spike Miller debating the ever tasted beer will sometime
I sonal demonstrations.This .
NEW TACKLE clinic Idea" Don said. "Is merits of Guernseys versus Hoi- get mighty vehement about their 079

0 NEW ULTRA-MODERN I not new. but except for' the workof steins. Ed's our fireehief. and Spike choice of beverages. And folks for '

COTTAGES the Eastern Lawn Tennis Assn.. handles hardware-but to hear who've never tasted buttermilk will

WITH I dont think much has been done them argue you'd have thought thatthf'1'd be equally pig-headed.*
ALL-ELECTRIC about it in the
East. We want
KITCHENS every kid who can handle a racquet been dairying; for life. From where I sit, it's in things

a NEW RESTAURANT to get in the tourneys and Finally they pot it up to Sam we know nothing: about that we \ 'I ,:--i: STURDY WASHABLE

NEW PACKAGE STORES eventually learn the rudiments of Carter who breed dairy cows! get' bigoted and stubborn. But ;'I -' ; COTTON

the game." I Sam hems and haws and eon- when it comes to things we knowa

NEW BAR i !, eludes there's a lot to be said for lot about, we're able to see both \ SHORT SLEEVES-SPORT

C PAVED ROADS SIDE The Shop Well Groomed Men Holsteins, and about as much forGuernsf''s sides...be tolerant and reasonable COLLAR

CAMP GROUNDSWords Prefer take your pick! and above all, understanding. ,.
I ALL SIZES INCLUDED
dont do our place Justice, but Tbo only alr-foaditioBed shop Actually Ed and Spike were like "
to see Is to believe. .. !a Cratral Florida '
Frankly (
(tout If there i. a Dicer place of e IOtA BARBER SHOPA. people arguing about-say, beer Joe )/Cttf { 'l 'I1 STRICTLY FIRST CLASS
its kind In the U. S.
Slop by and INCOME TAY : .
see us Well be glad U show you TIME NEXT 'Q" L. Piekiasaa Prop. : NEAT CHECKS AND PLAIDS
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I Orlando Miscues Enable St. Augustine To Score 4-2 Win






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'Y ,. ...., ....... Canada's Fair Martin Views With SkepticismSome
J"'J '<< "
Senators Slip LA: % / .' ', <:' .MI*' : ;: '<' :J'1' ;r. v. "


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into Third :: Figure Skater'sDilemma I y WHITNEY MARTIN

I NEW YORK [AP] With the same care-free abandon

that prompts a fellow in search of excitement to say;

Place in LoopThe 4 .- Grows : "Let's you and him fight" the sports experts spend their

( I: rainy!! _days trying to cook up deals between major league

I ball clubs. <

Saint! Augustine Saints! took OTTAWA rAP] The dilemmaof Some of the ideas aren't bad. at :

over undisputed possession of second pretty champion figure skater that although some verge a little I Gainesville

place In Florida State League Barbara Ann Scott who'd like to on the fantastic. When you thinkof

keep both her amateur standingand some of the deals which actually -
standings here last night with a G-Men
have been made, however may- Upset
the Orlando Sen- the automobile admirers gave
4-2 victory over
be there's no such thing as a deal

ators before an estimated 900 her. was shouted in boxcar type : which is impossible from every
DeLand 6-3
paying customers.The throughout Canada and finally angle.A. ,

loss dropped Orlando Into reached the Prime Minister's ears couple of transactions which
*:
[ ;'*" V to Or indo M,1' ]
third place, in Commons yesterday.It I seemed a little far-fetched were
I GAINESVILLE George Fultz
all started when Ottawa citizens suggested 0a moist weekend.
Tommy Hyde, slender Senator
I Stranger things probably have showed little respect for league

southpaw. and Nick Buonoto presented their 18-year-old happened, but we just cant l leading DeLand here last night

Saint righthander, hooked up In skating prodigy with a shiny yellow imagine the New York Giants II and elbowed his fifth victory of

convertible worth $2.500 on sending large John Mize to the
a tight hurling duel but five Orlando the season as the Gainesville G-
errors meant the differ- her return from her victory in thewomen's Brooklyn Dodgers, or the Chicago -
figure skating champion- Cubs acquiring Marty Men bested the Red Hats 6-3 before
In the ball for three 819 fans. '
ence tame ships in Stockholm. Marion and Whitey Kurowski

of Saint Aurustlne'i four runs1I'e Avery Brundage, president of from the St. Louis Cardinals. 1 Fultz effectively scattered nine
unearned. hits and fanned 12 as his mates
the U. S. Olympic Games Committee
Hyde and Buonoto each gave said to have noted We might Imagine Sam Breadon took advantage of seven hits and
was
up hlz hits.. The blows allowed by the event in clippings selling either Marion or Kurowski. ,,12 walks to score the win.

Hyde were all singles, one of the 1 and to have newspaper forwarded them to I but not both of them at a crack Chuck Aleno's homer in the

infield variety. Two of the hits Olympics officials apparently 'at this stage of the season. evenif seventh was the only run the Red

Buonoto allowed went for extra with view to clarifying her he had a couple of apples on Hats were able to fashion until
a
bases, one a triple by Jim McCol- amateur statu in the 1948 his farm who were ripe for picking the ninth when a wild uprising

lough and the other a double by Olympics. as replacements. The Cards, inI netted them their final two tallies.

Hyde. After the initial furore Brun- I I their current depression. need all Mgr. MyTh Hoag paced the G-

The Saints got two runs in both dage was quoted in Santa Bar- I the experience out there they can Men with a double and two singles

the first and third innings, and bara, Calif. Tuesday night as sayIng I muster and added three stolen bases. Including -

then managed to stave off late Infling "my personal opinion wouldbe As for the Giants getting rid of I home in the fifth. Joe

.. threats by the Senators. that if the girl accepted the Mlze. it would be Just like wiring Eaton contributed two singles to

Hyde, himself committed two GROUP FIVE CHAMPIONS: Coach Hugo Miller's. Winter Park -[(Our Own Staff Photo: Bamei car after being told that it wouldbe I for reservations In the National I[ the attack. i

r of the five Orlando errors and Wildcats, who went undefeated through the regular season are: Left to right, back row: Pete Brown, Jewell Hooper, Joe all right-and I have heard League basement. The Big Guy is '!| Milt Sloan with a double and
they figured strongly In the that important to them and if I single and Gene Ciolek with
that she this advice [ a
was given bya
Saint scoring. and the Group Five tourney at Leesburg 'last week, will be one O'Steen, Pete Dunn-Ronkin, Duard Thames, and Miller. I' such the Dodgers could get him you (brace of one-basers led the De-
competent authority- an
Lyle Judy led off for the Saints of eight teams competing in the Florida High School Baseball Middle row: Mgr. Ed Bergman, Albert Chubb, H. Koontz, Vaye I extenuating circumstance might could make your reservations for I Land assault.

with a single to center. Mgr. Don Tournament at Lokelando today through Saturday. The Wild- Yewell, [bat boy], Carl Horvath and Towne Windam Front row: I clear up the matter." the world series at Ebbets Field I Ken' Johns, the first of three

Anderson followed with a bounderto ,cats, photographed here during a practice session while their James Doran Albert Hoque, Eddie Branch, Ben Holdorf, Chuck Barbara says she'd rather lose right now. I Red Hat hurlers worked four Innings -
the mound which Hyde bobbled We don't doubt that the and the loser.
cagey was
her than her chance to
game uniforms were being spruced up for the State title chase Holmes R. C. Graham and Lyle Chambers. I car compete -
momentarily and then threw into in the Olympics, adding "it Branch Rickey approached Horace Gainesville scored their runs In
A.
rightfield. Judy scoring! from first -6."St ,::t I would be selfish of me to retain Stoneham concerning such a deaL pairs In the second, fifth and sixth

on the play and Anderson goingall After all, the Dodger boss had frames
] the car and lose a chance to bring
the way to third. Johnny Pawlick' ; Annual State Prep Baseball honor to Canada." I nothing to lose and with his DELANO i AINESVILLC I
Dorans Turn I Sb F hpis! ii C lpSs
single to left scored Ander-I i But she heaped further coals on pockets oozing cash as a result of ......... 5 5 I 1 5 r..lph.ri.1I s 1 I .
his recent profitable transactionin ....:11 4 5 1 I 40rke.3* S S 1 1 It
:.A. the flaring dispute by expressing
son.The ( .dd.II.. 4 5 1 1 5 "" .....n 4 5 1 I 2
Saints' two-run third Inning I I Tournament Opens at Lakeland the belief "the Americans want to the Pittsburgh Pirate money t AI.III 1l151'r.uis... sill .

was hectic. Anderson led off get rid of me for the Olympics." mart he might feel disposed to : MPs.wa.Ib4SlSlH.sg.ef Ills -

with a single and went to sec I FLORIDA STATE LEAOUC Back ParkersSpecial put; out a little cash to insure a i rt&.k..u: 45115Ku'tetlb fillS
T.*". w L PctToam W L Pet [Special to Orlando Morning Sentinel) Mayor Stanley Lewis of Ot- v'.re 4 1 1-1 S4l.rs.ao2b 1 5 5 2 SH.s1.IIIIISShs.ys.f
ond when Pawlick was hit by I Dewed IS 1.127IP.I.tta 12 12 .500 II awa said the gift originally was pennant. I 551153..hw.p

Hyde. Both base runners moved : 8t Aut 13 S .619:Lnaburc 10 12 4S5 LAKELAND-The annual Florida High School Base- cleared as to propriety with I However we know Rickey'sschedule ......11.. S 1.SlSSsl&p S S lPtek.U.i I"15111 511 1

around a base on Stan Karpin- ORLANDO. 12 12 11 9 ..522 971l8 D.nord,. Bch. 10 4 IS 12 182.45SOnlaeivlU ball Tournament opens here at 3 p.m. today for a three-day [ to Orlando Morning\ Sentinel! I figure skating officials and declared does not call for a pennant A_.. 1..1

ski's sacrifice. A low pitch' to .....Its. Yoatorday stand with eight winners of regional tournaments biddingfor MOUNT DORA Mgr. Tom I that if Barbara had to definitely, until next year, eJ bStelnwbs! 1'_ 1..1 1 S S S It;,

Jack Wilkes got away. from Oalneirll Stnlord IS.6:Dayton D L nd Brtch 3. 10. Cooley's Mount Dorans, pacesetters I give it back to the city "wellput although he probably would not --I
the State title held last year by the Lakeland Dread- ;; ; ..,i7iiIIf'
ToI.l. TotaII
Catcher into if the Bums
i crying
Red a spell
but he go
Abreu
re- Bt Autoatlne 4. ORLANDO 2. in the fast Lake-Orange Ama- It In a museum with a plaque l's Jobs. I.1Id. 155.
covered the ball In time to .put P.!.tk. 3. Leaburf.,,'* Omo 2.Tad. r.aughts. teur League racked up their fourth saying that due to effortsof won this year. He Just isn't figur- I '" ... out 15 Ales' IeI Sib.

out Anderson at the plate while ORLANDO at St. AniuiUn The Dreadnaught nine hosts consecutive victory here yesterday certain people this car had ing too strongly on it this year, rfeLandErran G.s.SIl1.-_ -_- 505 III eel 5:2 W.-.--.I

Pawlick moved to third. After Lfcaburc at Palatka Driggers Hurls back Winter Park. 43. 1 to be returned" to the donors. that's all.Rickey. : : Plrkxt. W.dd.tl. CMrk. A....... Ban*
for the by turning
Wilkes drew base balls Dayton Beach at Sanford tourney rate again as a "certain I ......r I*: T......*. G..... E.um. Aleno ita1mrka. .
1 the
a on he OalnesTlll at DtLand. strong contender for the title. II But the victors had no easy time He didn't name is not In the habit of PWia*. T*. .bate fclta: R... WiitdeU.IO.IL .
Initiated a double steal and Paw- NATIONAL of it and knew they had been in people." paying out adult money for .. Hoa* ran Alan* Itolan ....: Sites
lick scored as Abreu's attemptto LCAQUKTm Darkhorse entry is undefeated Palatka Nine While the controversy raged i I rul,.. Boas I. CI.'*. ttauhle vlara: Ctolik toBa
W L Pet'T..m. W L Pet. a ball game as rangy Cecil Barks players of Mize's a&e-3t. In ,a t* M Pm* L Urt an bain PaLand s.
throw out Wilkes at second for Brooklyn: 10 4 .714,Fhlla Pbla S 1 .471Chlciio Winter Park winner of Group Five ace Doran right-hander, and from Canada to Sweden whereof fact he peddled a much younger I I Calnaartlla U. BaM .s ki:la See JiDina: 4. SirS
I 9 6 .600 Cincinnati 1 10 444 t. Alana (. r.... I. HinKk avt: by Johns .
the third out failed. Wilkes scored J. S. Edstrom. of the a.I
Boston 10 6 .628!New York S I .385 honors. To 3-2 Jimmy Lister. Parker speed-bail president lUbe to the Giants back in I A....' 5 ilti U. Ott. aft J...... 4 I. 4 tj.t ...
from second when Hyde droppeda Pltttburih S T.$23St. Louts 4 12 .250 Victory I er, tangled up in one of the sea- International Olympic Committee 1941. Mlze today is playing bet I I ,... I'vu'. aft Rob I I I. S Innlnfi. t rut..
V.it.rdiys Hxult Six: of the eight teams swing I ....... .
iHlld A. Wlrmlrc pttcbar Ptr'ts.ILMlnf
toss at first base on FrankKrtstie's Karl Homuth. progressive pitch:
I Bt Loula 2. Brooklyn 1. Into action today with oaly tSpeciol to Orlando Morning Sentinel) son's best pitching duels to date. ter baseball than he did then, I oltrhar." : John" laiplrn: La.sly. sod tia
grounder. I Boston 3. PIttsburgh 2 (nIght). After the last man was out- conservative member of Parlia- but he doesn't have the future I50
Cincinnati at New York ppd. rain. Winter Park and Leon High of LEESBURG Southpaw Avon
After the third inning Hid ment from Ontario asked Prime
and the Dorans had to from he had then and Rickey much
Chi.... at Philadelphia ppd. ., than come
Tallahassee waiting until tomorrow Driggers gave up more hits
settled down and In Minister MacKenzie King in Commons I
was complete !
ground
behind to three prefers players with a future. Obtains
push across runs Leesburg
for their first round his teammates could here I I
control the remainder of Today'. Oam** garner I if he'd cable the Canadian !
in the seventh frame for the winit
Probabl pltcheri. and loft recordsIn last
(won night but seven strikeouts on
considered Mlze
game. We've always
the game, despite a trio of errors '|I representatives on the Olympic
,
parentheses): all boiled down to little too'
a Smoker Pitcher
Palatka faces St. at his part plus close fielding enabled under-rated of I
that put runnen In scoring Pittsburgh at Bo.toaBshr1) VI Petersburg I I I Games Committee to see that Bar- one of the most
positions. Beagle (0-0). 3 pjn. in the tournament opener Palatka to take the measure of much Barks for the Orange Coun- bara Ann'llnterests are not harmed ball players. He's no ballet danceron :I
8t Louis at Brookl Dlckaon hurlers six TAMPA [APJ The Tampa
(0-2) j Both
or tians. gave up
with Avon Park meeting RobertE. the Leesburg Pirates, 3-2. his feet but he's what might
Orlando's first run came In Brtrhern (2-2) >*. Branca (1-21. by the controversy over the cut loose
Smokers two pitchers
,. the fifth with two away, when I Cincinnati( at Mew York-Betf i (0-J TfKoalo I Lee of Jacksonville at 7 p.m. The Pirates pounded out 10 hits : hits but Barks himself produced gift of the car.Mahaffey. I I be termed adequate around first
yesterday and signed one. Hal
(1-1) ", i iChle" and Ft. Lauderdale off Driggers' deliveries while the a double and home run to aid ,I base.
Devil who stayed In the injury- at PhIladelphIa ( )-Wyia (1-2) : facing Lake- I of better
the league's
Johnson one
and Lad. land at 9:30 Azaleas reached Bolm and Baum- his own cause considerably. j i iSI But at the plate. In dutch.be's .
(1-0) Tt JurUlch (0-0) and : pjn. today. a
riddled Senator lineup despite a i wllln ret I .If. 'I hurlers who recently developed
I a
Schmidt (0-0. garner for nine. Earl Campbell :: .4. a' Bests of the most dangerousmen I
badly sprained left wrist, beat outa Winter Park and Leon High i is C 55051 .. I one the
placed
on -
e ..... sore arm was suspended
I play at 3 pjn. tomorrow. Semifinal Pirate third-sacker. paced the evenlnr' .utII S S S I IV.B Sb fTirnnkUaSb S 1 I IBYst.tg.u in the game with a keen eye
bounder to first and counted on AMCIMCAN LEAQUK '
I
5 5 1 4 I I 4 I' list.Mickey .
'
Hyde's double against the right- T... w L Pct.IT.| .' W L ffi. games are at 7 pjn. and 0:30: hitting with a perfect four r..1t S 1 1 1 ..I Pnnblr.H 4 5 S I I':' Sirmons Tavares and tremendous power. We saw relief
ChIcago 10. .625,New York S I BOO p.m. tomorrow with finals It 8 for four. RattaRrtn .. I 1 1 4 SlAhohrklb 1II 1 S P him strike out for his first time Mihalik pitcher
r-field fence. Detroit 9 6 .600!WASH'ON 6 S .500aerelana I PALATES I LIIIIUM onrfDobbin. I S S 1 _lfT.e 1 S S S (Spe'tot to Orlondo Morning Sentinel 1)) was optioned to Leesburg of the
'*f: Joe Justice initiated the other 7 6 .53881. Louts S 11 353 pjn. Saturday. .5 C h'.aI! lb C 5055 ..Sb I S S 4 111\11.. .,.rf 4 5 I 5 .1'I this season a couple of days ago. Florida State League.
Jim Ma-
Boston 9 1 .529 Phllad'phla S 10 .1001'[ 'I __.., I 1 1 I t Rldta.ar.Ik S S I I I Ryardrf I S 1 5 ICh. tophrr.rf, 1 S I 4 APOPKA Apopka's I biting at one of Bucky Walters'
; score in the sixth. He singled past Y..,trday'* .....It. TtiaoboMf I 5 1 T I HuhblM.ef S S S 1 5 It..an).IkUatar 4 5 I P 'Wb.pm..1t 4 5 S I S :I haffey and Tavares' Ed Sirmons tantalizers for the third strike. I 1 The club signed Alston Me
short to lead off the inning went I New .York at CleTeland. pN< 'told Mmdylf I' lit G..s... 45155 .. 411 IIK.rkz.s| 4 I I 1 I hooked up in a red-hot pitching I: Gahagin. right-hander who pitched -
VMtherBoaton
I'' Seven of the first eight hits he
to third on Hex Throop's single at Chic.... nod cold weatherWaahlruton Feds Outlast PlrUalk. SSIJoltn.en.lf- 45155 ------I -.- with I I for Miami last and for
U Cany.IkDaiwmM S S S 5 ...U..." I 1 I 1 I Totals U I 11413)) Totals II SIT duel here yesterday afternoon I 1 made this year were home runs. i year
,to center and scored on John Gart1.'IOn' at Detroit ppd. cold i I 1 1 S .,.........n.. 4 1 4 1 1ih.sol..1b w. Park 1 5 S 1 1 S S S *-1Mt Mahaffey coming out a little the West Palm Beach the early part
we.th..r.Phll.d.elphla the
4 S 111 S RirhisrIb. I S S H I Dan .I. S 5 -4frrora II Johnny came up same yearas i
ny'to deep center. t .. St. Louis t (nl ht tame). "...... I I S 1 1Hsrsgte..s, 4 5 5 I I : rrankUa I. W1I..... Hoard I. DoMtiaa.Ratta. I better as the locals turned back Joe Di Maggio-1936-and hedoesn't of this season.
The Senators missed a scoring Today'a CmaProbkbl Drl...... a I 4Bot.p 4 S S I IV 7s.55)) : Biaitt. Barka. WUry.Tbraa the Lake Countians, 4-1. in a
< chance In the third. McColloughlied pitcher, (won and Jot record II....... 1 1 t 1 I flarnlih...rf 5 5 5 5I -ba.* bits: Ratta. Hum run: II...... RielxoDaaa. clash. need to hide his head when I A postal service for the 13 American -
t In Parentheses>. Lake-Orange League
18-10 .. FrankllB x. P"nbl. SaertneeisabwewU. : the records of the two
Daytona IBaumia r 1 I S S S ba. : are compared. -
off with a triple and died New York at CleTeland (JV-Shea (1.1) -.I (: BanL Ban* m balla-off: Barbs 4. I I Mahaffey limited the visitors to II' colonies was established by
there. and.Johnson<.2.U.PbU.delphl.. (2-l ft Fali.r (3-2) and Xmbre Total U" a IT Is]! ,....1. II 11* IT II Uater S. Btrwk cut.. ... Barks 4. Uater .. Bit I I two bingles while Sirmons was Mize's eight-year batting average I the Continental Congress in 1773.
Palatka _,. .11 M* II-a by pitcher 1 by Uater Dooleyl" is .332. only two points behind
In the eighth. Justice worked at 8t. Louis (nl.hO-W.r. _. _- .. giving four safeties and issuing :
I Laaibnrf *1* Ml-tBmra j| up Dl Maggio. He blasted 206 home
ehlldon (1-1) *s. Zoldak (0-1). [Special to Orlando Morning Sentinel]
his way around to third on a : : Napalaa. Plrtla. .Jnbnaiw Reehlar. Bun ;four free
Boston at Chleaco-Perrlss. (1.1) or Pin DAYTONA BEACH-The Sanford batted laNainlN' Drlstwa. Mad,'. C..pb.tl.Sets. passes. runs in that time to 244 for Di
walk a foul pop-up and a stolen (1-1 Ta Rlcney <2-l. Tw. .... klU: ..1..... CaapkaU I. >.- Umatilla Edges TAVARIS A".I( I Maggio. and knocked home 833 KILL HIS
Washlntton at Detroli.tDe Celery Feds out-lasted Daytona .5 1 55551 F Spis
but with only one down the (0-3) TlNewhouser Thra kaia klta1 G. T>
tbase. pnlaa M. anaaak Len an "......,.tf 4 1 1 3 1I..rt.1I 3 I I I 5Tvb&Ib ,
U.3.FLORIDA.INTESSIAtIOP4AL DiMaggio's
with
) I' runs compared 1,025 on
Beach's Islanders here last h..: Palaika ,. Laaikuri t. Bate ..11. elf I r-J
Senators couldn't muster the I M : 7-6 I" 5 I' S ....1.,... I I I I t FLEASTorment
BalSi I. ioiKk out: by DrI.. .. T. Bolm I. Out Clermont record.
night in free-hitting 4 5 I S50.sellS
(Soul a loosely- R.II.1f I" 5 I SW.MCaf 1
to count him. .
J.strength U lM pllthar' Bet* latptrai. D. U sad Clatk. .
The Senators, who won't play Tm w L PetIT..m I w L PetHaTana played contest to win, 1810. Tin. *f ....: ln.Gardeners: I S I t IPlit.ui.3b 4 I S I S I S I IRysldsif 4 I The breaks of the game are .
; 23 5 821rt| Laud. 11 IT .393 [Special to Orlando Morning, Sentinel 1 I S S I 111)10.110.
there again until Saturday night. i Tampa 18 10 :643 Lakeland 10 18 357Miami i I The Feds collected a total of B.rt'.e I. S 4 .......II7.of I 5 0 5 vividly Illustrated in comparingthe will kill the Dust/1'/
UMATILLA Umatilla handed !.ttt.ttsy.Sb. I S I I 1000IR'.. 5 S S I IRi I
the Saints in Saint Augus- 15 11.S'nISt. Pet S 18 J33 15 hits off the offerings of Glen I ,..... ... careers of the two players. .W
Jmeet Miami Bch 12 15 ..U41yaat..d. Wallop Clermont her third consecutive i + S S S S I ( .u..rt.11I I S S 15 1PIrs. ::"'"
Jtine tonight. Gene Major heftY .,,'. .....Ite Morton Islander starter and his defeat-and all by one-run margins I .'.' I S S S 2lt.h.ffsl.p;: S S S' S I4 Johnny despite his consistent on your

;right-hander is scheduled to Miami Miami *Beach. St. PeUrsburc 8. Tampa 2 4.. successors Meadows and Mize. to Hapless Eustis -of the season here yester- T...... -----4 M 1 114 1'1| Totals t* 4 4 !T 11Tataraa performance, never has been Ina 30 seconds-if it foils, it
score heavily.in the late innings ta* 1** _-! world series.' DI Maggio has
pitch. Lakeland 12. Fort Lauderdale 1. day as the locals staged a two-run is Harmless the
S III tA' Ml -I free to
ft IT. AUIUSTINt I RLANO havana 4. West Palm Beach 0. and overcome a Daytona Beach Sentinel] Apnpk been In six of them.
(Special to Orlando Morning
.. .bbMsJ l .. . rally in the last of the ninth to anon: Mantfomry 1. ronnilly. ruhn.. Bar I I
:. ., "AIId'.1I 1 1 S IlJoatlr..Ik S I 1 I I T..", W L PctIT..", W L Pet r. got 11 hits off Glenn Winter Garden nine had no trouble registered up 11 safeties off the offer- I .1..,.)f.rt('_t* I"IrrkM" IIptrry.Bw 55 Doubts balli:play off: Mahattrr BrHdta i I 1.* I Mize to the Dodgers Just to give
1 lb. box $1.00
?Sultet.S RraalaUfTHmn I 1 Se.Kae Jar* City 11 S 688|Toronto S T .833Montreal Garrett and
Bill Stanton.
,It.lf : : : : *' ..ef : : 1 5 S 8 S:615!Baltlmor* T 11 :.355 I ; walloping a hapless Eustis ings of Maxwell while Britt. Blrmma 4. "'.....k _!: by MabafTry.I. Blnmna 4. him a break by being with at leasta

_111111..11 S 1 1 I narrtaM.lt' 4 S I 1 S Syracti. 6 4 600 Buffalo I S .357 Eleven errors were chalked up team 25-2. in a Lake-Orange Bowen and Meeker were givingup I Hit by .pltrlwr PaMrd: by kail Rlramni: lI.rt.lAiklry...'' Wild! plukfMTOona. : I contender. tt lb. box .__ 30c
Xt.t1..Ib I I 1 T [Aim. .* a S S I S Newark 8 1 J33lRorheter 8 U .153 in the drawn-out contest, the Islanders here The
-.,, I' 1 I M..In.Ik a S I I S Yaatarday'a Haault League game yesterday. 10 to the locals. I Sold by Feed Seed and
"__.of SSSS.'tLlb, all. Montr**! 8. Baltlmor 4. being charged with six visitors put together 13 hits and Ed Stack. Clermont thirdsacker Ii Zale Faces ,
....:3SI.,. S. S_S IBrda' .* S S I I Byrcus. at Toronto. ppd.. cold weather.Newark of them. 11 Eustis errors to pile up their i Tony : A Good Place To Fish Hardware Stores.
I smashed out his second home
at Buffalo ppd wet rounds. au .'' I AYTONSit
Tatal II..ST I! Ttls iai.IT H Jersey city at Rochester PPd. rain. I hp.sl 5 f 5055 overwhelming majority. run of the season. OAKLAND Patented
:tL Antwtln __ __ .*' ..* .** pens. 5 1 1 I RollI...,. I. 1 Bekemeyer went the route for Beckett Tonight I ,
_. "'* III 505-S Clermont. pulled the first triple FISHING DOCK
OrlaiMl -- AMERICAN ASSOCIATION w.W..tII S 1 S S 47c.pe* ef I 1 1 I Sart4s
t Erran: "-iLJtW.ai. Bartl 1. Judy. K,Mtud Y.st.rdiys Rultt ., 4IlIB.srn.r.lf 41)15L.ni.tisjt the visitors and allowed five hits. play of the season and one of the i YOUNGSTOWN TAP] Middleweight I WILLIAMS' CHEMICAL CO.
>. la: ravlkk. Hyd. GirrUon. Tkaa. kit: Milwaukee at Toledo. ppd. cold weather a 5 1 1 "ZoIIder.1J I 1 I 8 5 WINTER GARDEN I EUSTIS I I.5r I MOa Lake Apopka" II MANUFACTURERS
*,..*. IHra* *aa* Ut; Yre"'........ taln. kawa: Kansas. City at Columbus ppd., cold Lok'.1f 4 5 1 1 ...11..... 1 I 1 IS anal| .5. C hp.a few in the history of the league Champion Tony Zale will
ViKlT. Juattn. Fawltek S. 1"lIkIt. ...: Kar- weather afrkM..1b S S 1 5 5 Yillpit" I' I SSl'vL1b H.Britt.ef ,t I 1 1 tRtuk| .ytf I. S S S when Ed Stack took a line drivein I meet Cliff Beckett of Sudbury. I BoatsBaitMotors10M 208 South Parramore St.
iplMkL Doable plan: Lrhr..... Juatlc and Brrll Minneapolis at IndlanapolU. ppd.. cold I I 1 It I MIII..._ I S S 1 I I T'(Mood.rf 4 I I S a Taeaally I S I II S the second inning and doubleda in 10-round non-title Gramling, Mgr. Oakland fla. ORLANDO
".. Lan .5 kaia*: RU AniuaUM tr Orland (. weatherLoulSTlll. &0.... I' SAl II........... a I S S I UurvkyZb 4 I S I lltdwybf| I S I S 4 I Ontario a
Xata an kill: art Hj** S. RuonoM 1. IIIk..U 10. 8t Paul T. GurvBl.p I S C S IM, _.. I. S S I BrttUtf 4 I I I ainiwarTubka .. I. S S runner on third off unassisted as I bout here tonight. I --
..b. art .. llaiam 4. HU kr $tc5-; ky Rid SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION a,.._.. 1. 5 S l5.ds.s.p 1 1 1 Sl.T.us.lt .* I' I 1 IL.Tiwai3b| 15555 he tagged the bag and whipped to I Zale. who is scheduled to meet
.
**4Pa-Urk'). t'I...: Moaaay. Wlnalto sad Ball. Y*.tor "Jlaw *t faM.; lts.Ocoee Memphis 3. Atlanta 2. bEing S S I I SI Welbanka* I S S 3 lIRIntlk S 1 I I I Jerry Morrison at second to catcha Rocky Graziano in a championship MATCH
Little Rock .. Birmlntham 2. -I Mt.... 15551TiIi Heu&rd.lbSlISIRvI.f| 35115 runner there off the sack for I scrap in Chicago July 16, is i SOFA BEDS AND CHAIRS TO
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New Orleans Chattanooga 2 .,.r.. I I I 1 .* I' 1 I 1 -
Topples SOUTH ATLANTIC LEAGUE iiii IS IT 1'1 T".1a iijii11II1' IT 32 .3b l' 1 1 I me tnird out.CLERMONT. an odds-on favorite to defeat the
YMUrday'a RaaultaMaron fee .1..e Is 115. \\\1\.1.! .* 15552 I UNATILLAakrkpa Canadian. 2 PIECES 79.50
..... akrka .
10. Augusta 3. I.e T.tziuII III rlla. ---- ----- *
Zellwood 10-7 Columbus 6. Columbia 2. ...,.. _----__ I.. sta 131-11 Total IT II II 11111| 1' I lUll tark.lb 4131S3fTws.s 11111 I
Charleston 11. Savannah 4OreenTlll Ih".. __-__.__ 555 1:1 ItII W. Card** 1 1 : : I 1-ISXuatia RMM sIIa1S'.dy.f 11555 Men first conceived the idea of
11. JackaonTill. 6 (cafled Ith. Erran' Shavparf. L "1._... IhllM. N...... .: : S 1Xmra. I BoyMt lSIIlSMUIir.ef, 21515 with ruddersby RUSSELL FURNITURE CO.
boats
J [ISpecial to Orlando Morning Sentinel] curfew). BaarMr I. Subs 4. Kara bitted I.: BryaM .. .....d..,. CUnrar t. U Trmi Folra I Mmr*.If I. 1 S Mai.tl! p I 1 1 1 I steering their
.OCOEE -- Ocoee captured her LAKE.ORANGE LEAGUE kilaa.. &u\.. 1b.*.. Btwnwr. Y 111.... TauaulU I. Hint. Wtmar. Shirk Walban S. T-baM Mnrrl..Sb. f T 4 Rlfikin.. I 1 I I 2TitI.r watching birds in flight. I
j YMtarday'a Mault Slltaraua 4. FUlpakl 4. Bride I. BVkataaat. TV kit. 5.k.mPsr. T. .l Kama ruaa* W. I'.1<1.* I S ItTrarkwH S ---
'initial victory in the young Lake- Mount Dora 4. Winter Park 1. .... bIts: .."UI. Lake. z.... ..... kwa "Ita. Brttu main baM: Him. W. Britt. Tubba.Toumblond. .tt I 1 I 5 5 Holt**.Ik. 4 t 5 S I
,Orange League here :yesterday by Apopk 4. Tararea 1Umatilla I rtllHkU Lo..... BaaM raaa: rillpakl. Bride .k.....'. Murphy Baar* a* ball :i R.S.15..aS1TStuitg.b 4 1 1 t
turning back the 7. Clermont I. tielaa kaaM: Mtafaane. Laasuwi I. Z_. rill- i Bkraw t. 5.1st' .. Broadway I. I B.llt..11I 4 5 5 1 \'alk) r.If I" S 1 I
Zellwood
Mud- Winter Garden 25. Eustla 2. ..... :_.. Brlda. Chlla. t. a..k.. .... (arrlllnCarratl. : I-f .. Hhlrk S. Btnirk .u*. ky Baknnryvr 4.WtBtar :1 ('., ..llrf St S S *ttebblf I" lt
hens 10-7 in a fast game. Ocoe 10. ZeUvood 7. tAn ....: Hanfiir I. iHytow *. 1 Broadwaf 1. Hint 1. 1..isg pileS: Makarcfy 1 11 5 ./j
Baa* M kalla- Ganatl T. tnark *af kf Marua a, Mua 1. I Tatala 41 I lliSJ 14| T.(ali M T 1*IT t
Uatratt I. Hlti: aft Oarratt 1 ta 5 1-I I' ... 1-t. ._ .laaIac na su.r.d.Sirsit .
JACKSON'S SHOP t ....; Of Mia. ( la I Imlasa. '.: art .!.-. I Choice Wins (-. -_ .11 Ml ltI -.
SPORT MB S 1* 2 t-I ....&sg.. 1 ...; an Manaai S I. ...11I. H' **t 11-1Fmm
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28 L Cfcurcfc St. "Stonewoir Jockjon Owner Phone 7044 WIld plieS: M.._.. Pauad kilo: MM*.. I NEW YORK API] Mrs. John D. Trarhirl t. HUM. nra: fttark. B... _
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20% DISCOUNT BEPAIR COMPLETE SHOP 10% DISCOUNT Maa<*..a. ......': Baalt ax Balkacs. .Hertz's t Owners Choice raced to Btrark _: kr Maiwall 1*. Romrn I. Markar. ; THIS ATLANTIC EQUALS
.. On All Wilson On All Standard I[ victory in the seven furlong Swift Hit kr turner, kf Britt tttalkart Liln
Tn BleTfiM: Rods( PUlLS FARM OUT TWOPHILADELPHIA it. a-... TASTED ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD"s -
: Sporting Goods and RfeU Bicycles Stakes before 22.278 Belmont Park .11e.1

.. [AP The fans during a dark and drizzling : :
: Philadelphia Phillies reduced their afternoon yesterday. Fights Last Night 'sA ;

squad yesterday by sending pitchers | Nine better-class three year NEWARK AP) Pat Comlskey. Paterson )

Dick Koecher and Lou Pos- olds none of which ran in the hesryweiiht. knocked out Joe Uuseato.Buffalo .
ta 2 49 of th* second round of .
sehl to their Utica, N. Y. farm in ; Newark First I'
Kentucky Derby. met the $15-i a scheduled 10-round so at '
LUMBER club In the Eastern League. 1000 added fixture. The Jaclyn Regiment Armory : I Premium Beer
The
i! Comtakey. scaled at 214.. slammed a Ii
Stable's I Will victor In the sec- :'rliht at lluseato. 1.3.... as they wer.
4 GIANTS LIKE SUPERIORNEW ond division of Jamacla's Wood e.lus.tng! It out ia the second and. the at the Popular pricePALC
Buffalo fighter vent down on bis face
YORK TAP The New Memorial was favored over the Mucato tried to set up as th* referee.
BUILDING SUPPLIES f York Giants of the National Football I $6.60 winner but could only get Paul Cayaller. counted up to seven oat

;: f League will train again at within four lengths of the Hertz fell Uuscato back to bloodied the canvas Comlskey's right eyelid '

I' Superior. Wis.. Club Pres. John V. II speedster at the fire. A length in the second round as the fireworks

Oak Mara said yesterday. The camp farther back. W. P. Chrysler's started. I II I
Flooring Pine Flooring Siding Ceiling j
I will open Aug. 2. Brabandon was third. I II I I BINOHAMTOH. K T. AP) Johnnie BrondU _
I, 172.Akron. knocked out Freddie Wilson. -
Sash
Cord
Doors Mouldings Sah Weights 170 New Tork City. In the second rIiii
round of the professional bazlni show feature ALE
: Sash Locks Builders Hardware Nails Roofing REPAIRING scheduled for 10 rounds Baroudl AND
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levelled his opponent twice for thc count '
Cabinets. of nin during the second which went
mInute and 45 wcoads.UIAUI .
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4S Hr. Service by J Qualified Tech
: And Many More Articles \ nicians. BACUAP' Vine Gambia. 14*.
B Reno. Okla- scored a technical knockout
) Lowest Rates-All Work Guaranteed. over PenS Cantero. 142. of Tampa.
Pick-up and Delivery Service [No Flo. her when Cantero .failed to answer
the bell for the fifth round In their
; PHILLIPS INDUSTRIES INC. charge.] scheduled ten round_flsht. I
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PHONE 2.1229 MICHIGAN 143 N. P York City's Hawaiian-born lichtweighl.e.s11' ... ,
AVE. AT ACL RT. 1\\ ORANGE ASSOCIATED STORES %? eutbozed Al Baldeilno. 137.. "- ; _- I

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: I Announces r Thursday, May 8, 1947
RaylilghmanHea'ds : June Cossin, Flo John Navy I
son and Conrad Stewart select cers may request duty within their 'fled members, or prospective mem
fashions to be featured at the p a professional qualifications at Dis- bers of the reserves to contact him

CivitansRay 17th annual Senior Day to be Training Plan trict Headquarters Jacksonville: immediately. Livingston at the Ave.reserve and Parra-armory Endocrcme helps tho '

held Saturday at Dickson & or at convenient .locations with- more St.. in order to get' on orders ffaco and throatto
Ives. Members of Orlando High in the district. before quotas are filled. i
L. TOghman. former Ylce- School senior class will assistin Opportunities for full-pay train- Lt. Comdr. w. D. Conway, com- The local armory is open daily, be
advanced to presi- Ing activities for Naval Reservists manding officer or the Orlando except Saturday and Sunday until more youthful looking
president. wa sales in all A _
departments. highlighted by the European Division USNR urged all quali 9 pm., Conway said.
percentage of the day's receipts I Midshipman Cruise June 1 to I Would you like to look younger than your age? Well, foe U

will.go to the class fund. I August 15. were announced yes- most women, ENDOCREMB can accomplish this beautifying
day by Capt. J. W. Boulware Sev- ? I result to a degree hitherto thought impossible. Eight
ARROW enth Naval District Director of I yean
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Billets are available for 56 of- r. itself; not just its superficial appearance. It is the one face }
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DD operation out of Pensacola
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t4 Aiyfr,. with pay subsistence and travel :rl :! growth to cells and tissue. This aids the skin to regain
U being paid. 1 y its firmness, freshness, smoothness and radiant charm.
I A tentative cruise aboard the 1c.J! :" I II
I
Introduced the first scientific face
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Juan. Puerto Rico as a liberty : &11v ENDOCREMB is today assisting thousands to regain
: I port and destroyer cruises: out of .. >,,, youthfulness of face and throat. Isn't this the biggest value
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Members with 'specialist ratIngs ;- r : y ENDOCREMB. Many get marked results in only 30 days.

I desiring twe weeks of shore \
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4f9- so Lrs'
Way Truck ; ; SEAT COVERS chocolates, nuts ,
and bon-bons, nicely boxed. Cosmetics $1.50Ive1'
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Trailer Connectors dent by the Civitan Club at Its an- rebUt Hotel. Dr. Leon Sikkenga. High Grade Materials Candy Ivey's Street FloorYOWEILDREWIVEY Street Floor
nual election yesterday at the Corey and Tilghman were appointed Your Choice of Colors
Now in Stock Southland Restaurant. He is district an arrangements committee. We InstallED I CO.
@eat YYOWELLDREWIVEY
manager for Rathborne Hair ? L ZC
It Rldgway Co.. box manufactur- Pine Castle News MAYO'S I The Fashion and Quality Store Since 1834 j

ers.Others elected were Dr. Russell ,1 PINE CASTLE-News has been SUNRAY CANDIES
BAILEY MOTOR Harper vice-president; Don Harris 1 received here by friends of the 101 N. Main St. Tel. 9782 Ii 1875 S. Orange Blossom Trail CO.
treasurer and retiring Pres. 'death of L. H. Brandow. March "Steam Cleaning Simonizing 24 N. Orange Ave.
Roy Ellis. Leland Corey and Roy ': 24, at his home in Medina Ohio.A and Undercoatlng" !
EQUIPMENT CO. Winlnger directors. They will be former resident and property
installed at a ladies' night to be owner in this community his wife --
held following the International I[survives him.
Civitan convention In Miami A musical program by a groupof
PHONE 8138 Beach May 28-30. I children will be given at the
Selection of Orlando as the site home of Mrs. Walter Mauk, on the ..
78 N. Garland. Orlando. Fla. of the annual Florida district Oak Ridge Rd. Friday at 4 pjn..
meeting which precedes the con- M in observance of National Music
for Mother!
Equipment Headquarters vention was announced by Ellis. I I Week. Taking part will be Bonnie Especially ._ .
It will be held May 24 at the An- I, Carol Jordan Susan Mauk
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MOTHER'S DAY FOR MOTHER'S DAY I I follow Greene later.and little daughter will '' '

I Mr. and Mrs. N. Cox are an- .
Beautiful Leather nouncing the birth of a son May '
3-Pc. Set Of 3 at the Orange* Memorial Hos- .
Bound 26"PULLMAN pital.Lt.. COTTON FROCKS -
and Mrs. Jack Schwartz and ,
Airplane Luggage : son are guests of her parents. Mr.
and Mrs. J. A. Black.
Leather Bernd$44.5O Alathean Class of the Baptist
$16.10 Sunday school will hold their busi- >
Tax Incl. ness and social meeting Friday .
night at the home of Mrs. Delma
Tax Incl. Garvin Conway Rd.
Boy Scouts of Troop 39 met
Monday. Dave Bricker an old
LADIES'Leather time scout, has taken over as Asst. ;
Scoutmaster. Harold Case also
MARDIN Bound an old scout, has filled one of
the council positions.
17 J.w l. LadUft* 8 and 21 In. After the meeting scouts helda 1ft1tPf'
party and went swimming at
WRIST WATCH OVERNIGHTCASES Pleasure Beach. Attending were
Fred Floyd. Jene McCree. Jack
H.q. Price $39.75 Nash; Howard Chappell. George .
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Anderson. Billy Gardiner Henry I ;-
Putnam. Hal Burch Ernest Quin- .i,
by, Dean Bloss Curtis Mathew,
$29.95 $".75 Dana Lester James Mallory. cur- ,. M
Tax Incl. TaxJOSEPH'S Incl. tis Walker Everett Worden. Don- Orchids to Annetta for
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ald Mangus. council members.
Mr. P. M. Shanibarger J. H. Gardiner -
Harold Case Scoutmaster designing beautiful dresses'

H. Quinby. kW '. .'
Mrs. Mary Singletary and \ Neu::" : '
: daughter Mary A. Singletary had t v : < < in .half-sizes for mothers
JEWELRY EXCHANGE as guests Mrs. Jessie Williams of
CUthbert Ga., and Mrs. W.
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Thursday!!. May 8, 1947 < < Orlanfrfl fBcrntag frgnttorl Page 13 I FederationPlans



Mothers Feted wand about eM1iJvJ19rMitia School Music Benefit e


At Phi Muumnae Festival Set Dance TuesdayThe


PartyA ((JRYillE For Tonight Telephone Southern Workers Federation Is sponsoringa of I "PRETTY PINAFORES !I"


By KITTY HENRY Society Editor benefit dance May 13 from 9 i
Mother's Day party honoringt The tenth annual Orange Coun-
pm. to 1:30 ajn. at the American
Phi Mu mothers was held ty School Music Festival will be
t RECENT ADDITIONS TO the young married set are Mr. and Mrs. Legion Home. :

'Mrs.'Tuesday Q. E.night Snow.at 915 the Lancaster home of Monroe who have taken an apartment at the Highland presented today at 8 p.m. at the Miss Ouida Williams heads the ,' .. 4. Sizes 3 to 6

a Lake. Mrs. Monroe known to her friends as Peggy was formerly a I Municipal Auditorium as one of arrangement committee .and is it)1!"'> ,

DI.Mrs.: Henry Thomas persldent director of the Du Barry Success Course and supervised shows II the observations being held here being assisted by Mrs. Earl Ward. ". ,?-c ; Sizes 7 to 14 "

of the Winter Park-Orlando throughout the East while her husband was overseas with the Fifth during National Music Week. Miss Jean Giles Miss Mary Jane .._ >J, .

'Alumnae Chapter of Phi Mu received Engineers of Uncle Sam's Army. Previous to that she was a well- Cherokee and Memorial Junior Tinklepaugh and Ray Warnock. :t,.' ;' ,...'.;'

guests at the door with her known model in High Schools. Winter Park and The publicity committee IncludesMrs. .
.mother. Mrs. Snow. :Philadelphia.Boston Apopka High Schools will present Ann King. Mrs. William ,
Informal talks on Phi Mu were and choral groups and their combined Howell and Arnolds Miss Betty Dyer .,/. f
will
given by Miss Edna Harmon. Miss Cleveland and bands will play under the direction Billy orchestra f "
Vlrgina Clark. Mrs. William her pictures have ; dfiagit:' of C. W. Rumpf. play for the dancing and dress s
will be optional. Tickets be
and Mrs. Kenneth Scud- may
George graced many There will be 23 Orange County
purchased at the federation office -
of District 1.
der. president newspaper and schools Including eight Orlando
: Phi Mu Mothers' Club 35 S. Main St.
: A was magazine schools who will participate in
'formed with Mrs. Harry Voorhisas pages. the large six grade chorus of 225 !1 fit,
Tall and slender A postal service for the 13 Amer-
chairman and Mrs.
pro-tern voices and 150 selected 5th grade f
with beautiful ican colonies was established by
Melvin A. Conn secretary. This boys will form another chorus.
will be one of the many clubs In blue-green eyes These pupils are trained under the the Continental Congress In 1775.

existence throughout the United and light hair direction of the Orange County
States. she makes just as music staff including Mrs. R. S. /iAjP\2; :

Mothers present were the Mmes. attractive a ". fogue.. Miss Marie Hershey. Mrs. SERVICERefrigeration
H.A. CarmichaeL Melvin A. Conn housewife as a Thomas Stanley and Mrs. W. R.
1 R. D. Marshall. C. D. Wilder Jr. career girl Roberson. Fifth and 6th grade .
J. E. Stripling. H. S. Wilson. C. Mr. Monroe. teachers assist in the music training and Radio
D. Walter. R. M.tturd. Wheat- a: yhd Service-Competent Personnel -
who Is now as part of the regular curricu-
ley. A. E. Weeden. Florence Wind- k kt' to serve you!
Southeasternrepresentative
ham. M. K. Harmon H. M. Voor- for : lum.The public Is Invited to hear Work Guaranteed
his. J. R. Clark F C. George. Special the following program:
guests were the Mmes. Herb- the Prince Mat- Marches b7 Combined Binds
"
ert Curry and Ellen Apperson. : e h a b e 111 perfumes 1. Military Escort __..._._?._ ___ Bennett' PHONE 5136
2.! Booster March ....._?____.__ Klein
The latter Is Phi Mu housemother came to Directed by Mr. C. W. Rumpf and
at Rollins. t Orlando from his j Miss Opal Berllle WILLARD & KEISER

The I guest book was kept by home State of 1. Star Spantled Banner-Suns by Audience _
Mrs. E. H. Finlayson Jr.. and Maine In 1926 to 2. a. rarandole _. ,___Old French Melodyb. Norge and Philco Dealer
A Merry Life (From the Italian)
Miss Elinore Voorhis led the group be a buyer for -Lulit Denia Vogue Theater Block-CoIonlaltowB;
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In singing. Dickson and Ives County-wide city and rural \ \ a
eta trade chorus
Assisting In the dining: room
MRS. BROOKS MONROEyears.
Co. for four e. Where God Hath Walked (From
the Mmes. Robert Johnson.pland "Joseph"Mehul'
were Opera. _
Chubb Jr.. Lester Robin- When the attractive newcomer here. d. Amaryllllf _nu _*_Henry Ohyie .+Kr

-eon. and Thomas Stanley and the couple came here to reside several weeks ago he was completely Home Sweet Home-John Howard Fame
Misses Mary Adelaide Fariss. Alberta amazed at the tremendous expansion of both Orlando and Winter 6th Grade Three Part Chorus
Fariss. and Louise Weeden. Park;and had to Inquire directions for the sights he had told his wifeso Orlando.Pine Castle TlldecTllle.and\ Ocoee Winter Schools Garden. mnL 'w
Mrs. Cecil Hook Phi Mu patroness much about. Mrs. Monroe Is delighted with The City Beautiful" Directed by Mrs. R. 8 Hofue

presided at the coffee table. Asked how to make a beauty out of a "plain Jane." Mrs. Monroe 3. a.Accompanist.The Blue Bell Miss of Marie ScotlandOld Hershey

gave Information which could well be used by almost any person plain Scotch Airb. nuua eum
The Bikers (From -Light Cavalry' ntrra
or beautiful. She has found that beauty Is not skin deep and that Orerture'I __________ __ Von Suppe 4
A picture IIX! of I good looks come from good health produced mainly by proper diet Orlando.5th Winter Grade Boys'Garden.Chorus TlldenTllle The Trailer we have been waitingfor .
and exercise. She believes that cosmetics should be used only to improve Ocoee. Winter' Park. Apopka. Filrrllla and for the Trailer you have been
and Pine Castle Schools looking I
WATCHcoofJx the natural beauty not to cover it up and that stunning clothes I Directed by Mrs. R. 8. Hocue Built right priced right!

1 will look unattractive on a woman with bad posture. A high pitched, 4.1 a.Accompanist.Madam Jeannette Miss Marie__.._Hershey___Murray Better the than anything we have seen
I shrill voice Is one of her pet peeves and she cannot understand whyso b. Tradl Nuka _._u_ Latvian Song since war. ,
Memorial Junior High Mixed Glee Club 21 ft. _-fl.MOZS
many charming women let their speech mar their personalities.n Directed by H. Law Mallard ft. $2.193 Smart little misses love our adorable little pinafores made of fine tissue
o n 3. a. Booster March _________ Klein 27 ft. 2.695
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b. Kolomea James Fulton .
( \V LWVTON BRIDE-ELECT KATHERINE STEED will be honored Saturday Cherokee and Jr.Apopka Hith.School Memorial Bands Jr. High Stop in and look this Trailer over.YOUNGS' gingham in a colorful array of checks or plain pastels. Wide perky ruffles

: a tea at the home of Mrs. Norman Wood. 1633 Lake- Directed by Mr. Clarence W. Rumpf TRAILER SALES
giant wsetlatulr. Ill a.es 4wrgai side Dr. Entertaining with Mrs. Wood will be Mrs. Francis Igou and 6. b.a. O A for Shepherd Wings _Tune__.Felix_ Gustav-Kleoin Mendelssohn Orange Blossom TraU at Amelia trimmed with lace lend an air of crisp freshness! Also sun suits of waffle

Mrs. Phillip Igou. Guests have been Invited to call between 4:30 and (Arranged by Wilson)
in with
6 Winter Park Junior Huh Olrla' pique or chambray pretty pastel shades eyelet embroidery or rickrack -
pm. Glee Club t "
1 n n nDR. Directed by Miss Cornelia Lancaster
Sizes 6 months 3.
trim. to
7. a. Bells of St. Mary's ._. Adams
AND MRS. GLEN R. PIERSON Jr.. are leaving Friday to visit b. Thanks Be to God __?____._.Dlckaon '
In Louisville Ky.. for two weeks. Mrs. Frank A. Smith Apopka(Edited: and High arranged School Mixed by Nobel Glee Cain Club) The 2.98 to 10.98

I has returned from a visit In Memphis. Term., with her son-in-law and Directed by Miss Opal BeTlU* .
$. a. The Bulldog on the Bank .
daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Osborne Rider Jr.. and five-month-old son -Old College Bone ,
Why 'Pat. .. .Mrs.James D. Vail Jr.has returned to her home In Washington Cherokee Junior High Boys' Quartette '
Bill Korp. Louvon Austin. Roy .
D. C, following a visit here with her mother Mrs. J. D. Vail. Lewis. Jimmie Hale WhistlingOyster luLl
L. Bneno :
NlthUall In Granada
Mr. and Mrs.W. W.Hurt of Marion. Va.. have returned to their home 9 b.a. Country Gardens .English: Folk Song Young Orlando Shop Third Floor
after a visit here with Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Hurt and Mr. and Mrs. Arranged by Relgger) [
Cherokee Junior High Mixed Glee Club
Sweat it P. F. Hurt. Mr. and Mrs. A. I.. Babcock have been called to Directed by Miss Mildred Olbb
i Carthage. Mo., by the illness of her brother. 10.God of Our Fathers W. Warren
.-. .-. .-. Combined Choral George Groups and Band P' t

THE MONTHLY BRIDOE luncheon of the Orlando Newcomers' Club Directed Mr by_ Mrs C_ W R._ Rumps 8. Bogus and .

i out thisSummer held yesterday at the Lake Eola Hotel dining room and the wide*Schooli rhonu represented are: Conxrd In the Park'IB Del trade__,_Grand nt- : :

i president. Mrs. F. D. Pettis Introduced the other officers to the new Are. Kllay l At... Hille.?. Marks St.. Prliwloo. .-
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Wilt CMitral.Mnt r Garden .Spooks. TlldniTll --
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members. They Include Mrs. Raymond C. Smith first vice president: )*. ORM, Pine Tutle. Winter Pick Lork' Will be Closed ,
I e ygry .vsa:x Mrs. F. H. Stevens second vice- liar!. rllwood Gotha. WI-....*. rilntlli. Coo- ,, .. -. .
A91Mgn .
way. Tift. 1'Cbriot.11 and Into Park.FOUND J ,: .. '
f president; Mrs. Kendall Beavers '
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i ? N secretary: and Mrs. M. B. Thompson :
After This Week ,
I treasurer. Approximately 40 LiVEN1EfN .-; .
I members of the club which is a ,

II social who plan organization to make for Orlando newcomers their A Place to Have Tear' Wonderful Sale Still On JUNIOR TUNS t

I No steaming heat, ; permanent homes enjoyed the Prompt Refrigerator Efficient-Fixed Reasonable: See4r
it affair. Commercial Closed Wednesday After- ;
'. .,..;y,. n n nAN GUS MADDENS' ,
sticky humidity
no +5:: Refrigeration Service
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ti OLD-FASHIONED square 123 Magnolia Avenue noon But Open'All Day .e v "
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will be enjoyed by mem- i with a newt cII PHONE GUS rUHC I IfcO"Backed Saturday. "
1 bers of the Dubsdread Country .
by M Years Experience"
Club and their guests Saturday I
Room Air Conditioner
: from 9:30: to 12:30: pjn.. In placeof 4i
i the regular Saturday night
: )hi your office dance. The monthly luncheonfor !

the Rosalind Club will be held

; and your homeWork today at 1 pjn.: with Mrs. A. R. w : '
Bogue in charge of the hospitality / -

1 1E committee. Members of theOfficers' FOR A LOVELY MOTHERthe .t t11r/-j .
Club. Orlando Army AirBase -

and their guests will enjoy ) R'v
-- "._ .. "- mixed bridge today from 8 pjn glamour gift . .,,
MRS. F. D. PETTIS
to 10:30 pm. In the main loungeof
heads club. the club. Saturday night the

I Officers Club dance will be a formal affair on the esplanade. The

Bachelors Club of Orlando will entertain with its Spring Dance May .

17 at the Dubsdread Country Club and on May 30 the Rollins College

| seniors will have their formal graduation ball there. '

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FROM Umbrellas rained like "pennies .

UDC Chapter Foundation to Chimney Top ,
I' Concrete Brick or Block ''' -/ from heaven" all over the full

i Enjoys Tea ALLARDICE CO., INC ,. 4 skirt of this outstanding SEVENTEEN

Masonry Contractors and Builders
Mrs. A. R. Bogue was histess to Est 1919 TeL 2-1593 d 4cpabba r '. JUNIOR TEENS dress! Umbrellas of

the Annie Coleman Chapter of
// I -c white net, embroidery outlined.
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the United Daughters of the Con- .- i

federacy yesterday at a beautifully DUTCHLAPAsbestos Ir.t Pastel shades in chambray.

appointed tea at her home on r .

Rosalind Ave. The Mmes. W. A. RoofingASBESTOS I, r Washable.

Irvine and W. T. Tucker were

rest, sleep in moun- hostesses with Mrs. Bogue. SIDING ..
tain-top comfort even when Mrs. E. LaRue Bliss president ASPHALT SHINGLES

it's hottest. A Carrier Room presided at the afternoon meet- GUTTER rt .-, .-:
Air Conditioner Ing and announced that the chapter & fic .r :- r. .
gives you +1 -t. .
has been Invited to the homeof DOWN SPOUTS #
the climate you want-filters Mrs. W. C. Weckerle In Winter :

out dust and pollen- Park for the Jefferson Davis Day L. T. JERNIGflN

circulates dry, cool air with- luncheon on June 3. Mrs. Willa
Griffin Is In charge of plans for Booting and Sheet Metal :;r
draft.
out Ventilates in win-
the covered dish luncheon.The 70 Alexander PL TeL 7127COLD J Sizes.7X to 13X
ter. Three smart models in winner of the essay con- .

walnut for any room. Quiet test sponsored by the UDC chap- .PEARLS

easy to install. Built by ter at Orlando High school was by
announced as Tommy Smith. Mrs.
Carrier first in air
name
Willis Maxwell read his essay to
conditioning. Ready for de the group

livery. See them today. McQ7wft t .
It Is now possible to photograph ;" .: 12 95
human vocal cords In action. : _

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Page 14 (grlanfro[ fgarntnrj g-rnltnfl Thursday, May 8, 1947 ( '
Garden Circle ;Mrs.ffiersou\ ?\Il,.s. May\ 'field


r. The Whiteheaded Boy' Election Held Has Picnic Giving Large Coffee Today .,


The Lancaster Park Garden Mrs. Glen-R. Pierson-Jr and iPolsom. Ellen "Whltton, Harold S.
To Be Given at RollinsLennox By Auxiliary! Circle met yesterday at the home' 1(I
9. ? w I Mrs. I. A. Mayfield will be Joint I I Knowles I and O. H. Eaton. Also
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of Mrs. G. L. Jones on Little Lake
Robinson's The White- ,smybolism has disappeared. Mr. Mrs. E. B. Moses was elected hostesses today when they entertain i i'I I assisting the hostesses will be the
headed Boy to be presented Robinson says it started to disappear -I president of the Ladies Auxiliary I Fairview for a picnic lunch and j i with a coffee in the sun j I i Mmes. John P. Pedrick. Roge*.
under b'l as soon as he put it on < of the Orange County Pharma- the final meeting of the season. .'
Nom
the Rollins Players II : Nh.I lounge of the Highland Lake I I I Holler, Harold P. Rogers. nF.
Bailey's direction. May 20 to paper. Aunt Ellen and Mr. Duffyare ceutical Assn. Tuesday at the I The lunch was planned and pre- Apts. ,;' Coulter William T. Chennell
In the Annie Russell Theater, is those cheerful elements which meeting held at the Winter Park pared by Mrs. W. T Chennell :W. K. Whitfield Jr.. James H.
l the author couldn't restrain. i Mrs. C. Howard Sweatt. and Mrs. They have invited almost 150
a comedy and far from the symbolic I Chamber of Commerce Bldg. I I Mann 3d and K. K. Waering.
political meaning its author Author Robinson was not entirely I Other officers include Mrs. .' a.5. Austin Caruso. Mrs. J. L. Staufer guests to call between 11 am. and .
Intended for It. I disappointed that his efforts -I Pierce Penberthy, vice-president: I,.,: .. ., was in charge of making the corsages 1 pm. I Men first conceived the idea of
By Robinson's own confession, .I at political symbolism fail Mrs. W. J. Klrsch treasurer; Mrs. ::;. .':.j.. i for the new officers who Presiding at the coffee tables steering their boats with ruddersby
his original purpose was to d1s-1 I ed. Instead he .was pleased for I Bill Mathews, corresponding secretary :t.&.,+ '.. were installed. They were '' will be the Mmes Spencer A. I watching birds in flight.
play the British Empire though few people are Interested : Mrs. J. O. Johnson, recording :. ;. { j. L. Staufer, chairman; Mrs.\\
large, overgrown family kept together I: in the relations between Ireland I secretary: Mrs.. R. M. t'. Samuel O. White first -
more or less against Itswill and England, the problem of the Martin, historian. .. '., a man: Mrs. C. K. Snellings. sec I
by a generous, scheming lovable whiteheaded boy is vital from Annual reports were given by .Sf ond vice-chairman: Mrs. E. S.I REMEMBER
mother. Ireland was cast as Ballyeolman to the world's end. (Mrs. John Blanton retiring secretary Atkins, corresponding secretary; i MOTHER!
the youngest child his mother's The whiteheaded boy Denis ; and Mrs. William Emrich l I Mrs. C. R. Miller, recording secretary I
ya.M. : Mrs. Alan Chandler, treasur-
darling or "whiteheaded boy" Geoghegan is played by Ray Middleman I retiring treasurer. These reports
Fondled one day with loving hands while Anita Rodenbaeck will be sent to the State conven- .. .. er.Mrs.
,
and the next with a hard knuc- I as his soft-hearted mother, spoils tion in Tampa May 13-15. ; ,} .yk; 9r tZsl G. L. Jones, retiring chairman With
kled fist, he finally tries to cut him. George Geoghegan is portrayed Mrs. Neill O'Brien and Mrs. J, 4 it. i- was also presented a corsage
himself away from his family I by Reedy Talton as a !O. Johnson Jr. were appointed <. "' and small gift in token of appreciation -
Great Britain obviously tagged I steady, sllghtfuly soured oldest delegates to the County Federation ... for her work Mrs. J.
George, was to be the member of t son. f of Women's Clubs' meeting : J. McMahon. retiring second vice- BEMBERG
the family. most deserving of pity Ho Lorenz plays Aunt Ellen, ,tomorrow at the Gotha Woman's v chairman and Mrs. Earle Dukes I
and overburdened with responsi who has never been caught with ,.Club. ; retiring treasurer, were also recog- \
bilities. I I out a plan for the lives of the !1 Announcement was made of nized. I SHEERSOR
But apart from George all the i Geoghegan family Raoul Salamanca plans for a rummage sale on ti I II i1t4y

is cast as John Duffy, :' Saturday May 24 at the cornerof );> SEPTIC TANKS I I
thwarted in love-he wants to Garland and Central Aves. .
/JC f///' j f I- marry Aunt Ellen- though never I Members present were the Jt.iI. .,<-'.' BUILT-INSTALLED II
'Mmes. William EmrIch J. O. ,: REPAIRED
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in business.
The rest of the family roster is ,Johnson Jr., L. P. Davis John ,4iti: :' .,..1..> .. .',"kf:, The use of strong lye or acid
'I composed of Fred Taylor as shy, Llpthrott, Walter Home, F. L. in your plumbing system Is I CHAMBRAYSPOWDER
Silver often over-looked Peter; Madge Seeley. R. M. Martin, S. P..Leone r t ;1 detrimental to the septic tank.Approved .
Martin as Kate, who by-passed i Neill O'Brien. H. W. Mahrt Rus- Board of by Health Slat
sell Jones William J. Kirsch William -
marriage so that Dents could go PLUMBING I
Always a Pride and Joy to medical school: Elinore Bellenas F. Mathews Jr.. Willis Maxwell REPAIRSBy
H. H. Harris Jr.. John Lowry licensed
Baby, who wants to go to sec- Plumber
TO MOTHER S. W. Ferguson. R. Grant, E. B. c 't
retarial school and has no thoughtof 401 \{'. Concord Phone 4766I
Moses and John Blanton. Mrs. MRS AURAND D. PALMER
giving up her ambition for Denis am a member of American PUFF
: and Mary Jane Miles as Jane, Gertrude Adolph of Glendale. Cal. -. is the former Ruth Adelyne Perry, daughter of Mr. and Society of Sanitary: Engineers
who like Kate is threatened with was welcomed as a guest of her Mrs. Charles Calvert of this Her Mr. '
the prospect of old-maidendom if sister, Mrs. Ben Leigh. Perry city. marriage to Glenn I. Holliday ? j t MUSLINSEYELETS
Mrs. Geoghegan again has her Mrs. Neill O'Brien was hostessfor Palmer, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. G., Palmer, also of this city, was ....
the meeting. held in an impressive service Friday at the Trinity Lutheran I

way.Jean Cartwright as Delia Duffy, Church, with the Rev. Albert H Besalski officiating Followingthe I
engaged to Denis stands Mrs. Post Office Auxiliary/ of.c
,
A gift of Silver chosen by ceremony, the bride's parents entertained with a receptionin
Geoghegan. ready to take the .
I from our distinguished and managing of Denis when up they Elects New OfficersMrs. the church dining room. The couple left on a wedding tripto '
handsomely designed group I
will please her more than marry. Josette Stanciu portrays Bert Voorhees and Mrs. Daytona Beach I
words can tell. Hannah, the maid, and Gene Henry Davis were co-hostesses I O I
Buyse plays Donough Jane's I Tuesday night when they enter- I
long-waiting boy friend. tained the Woman's Auxiliary Wednesday' Music\ Club Holds
Local 1462 National Federation )f
of Post Office Clerks, for its
regu- 4
It V
s I lar meeting. The meeting was AnmtalWhite Breakfast HereAmong
held at Mrs. Voorhees' home on I aI cr.1y1f
WHITE & PASTEL
,.
DIXIEMARGARINE Illinois Ave. the outstanding events for her work as publicity chair-
New officers for the coming year
held this week in observation of
>' man of the club and received a
.. are as follows: Mrs. S. M. 'Stan- National Music Week was the DOTTED SWISS
ford, president re-elected; Mrs. gift from the State chairman of
I White Breakfast of the Wednes-
Marion H. Landis. vice-president; day Music Club of Orlando which publicity for the best co-opera-
Mrs. Bert Voorhees, secretary- in the State.
I- was enjoyed by a large group of tion
treasurer re-elected; Mrs. Eulis members and afternoon Guest Prof. Walter
guests yesterday speakers were -
i USE M. Lucy, corresponding secretary; at Sorosis House. C. Charmburg of the Rollins >'r:. SIZES 14'/2' to 26'/2' .
A-Precious Gift. Mrs. John Ensign chaplain: Mrs. $ Q 97
II The breakfast which has been' College Conservatory of Music
" "BUTANE"FOR R. L. Claudy, mistress-at-arms; and Dr. Kenneth R. Steady con- OTHER SUMMERDRESSES -
presented annually for the past
Mrs. L. Talley. historian and Mrs.R. .
For Every Occasion ;
ductor of the Orlando Civic Or-
The Year 'Round L. Johnson, flagbearer.New I four years honored Mrs. Theodore chestra.In IN SIZES 9 TO 52 SPLAY
ECONOMY24c members welcomed into the Thomas, founder of the National
auxiliary were the Mmes. E. A. I Federation of Music Clubs, and discussing The Value of
A GALLON Morris. Anthony Perez. Lewis Mrs. Florence Hudson, founder i Music Auditions. Prof. Charm-
i Eulis and honorary president of the (.I bury stated that auditions, contests -
Duke M. LUley. and P. T. I
ORLANDOBUTANE Wednesday Music Club. It _'as'' or festivals, provide testing T.
I also given in commemoration of "points: along the road of musical ... SUITS
I GASSERVICE the 50th anniversary of the national achievement. He then explainedthe C QJ'vANDs0 $8.97

Moseley.RADIO organization. I various kinds of State and SIZES 9 TO 15
Opposite B acham Theater The national federation colorsof national auditions, the benefits of : I'd KESY

ORLANDO I Incorporated white and gold were used to I auditions to students teachers fA
1931 W. Roointon Fk. MTJ3 decorate the speakers'! table which I: and parents, and their over-all
REPAIR saavtcsSOUTHERN was centered with an arrangementof 'I criticisms.Dr. "Where You're Never Hard to Fit"NEWS
MUSIC Jonquils, snapdragons, and j' Steady spoke on Music as
a Hobby, urging more young people -
gladioli. The smaller tables fea-
232 N. Oraate TeL M71
tured miniature of the'I and adults to participate actively {
Pleasant Dreamsand bouquets
same flowers. I I In music, which he defined DRESS SIIOI '
Mrs. John C. Barber, president, I as the "ideal hobby". He also discussed .
off to sleep they go, cool and comfortable BE SURE TO presided at the speakers' table I I I music in Orlando and nam- 111 S. ORANGE AVE.. y .
I
the forms of musical
ed
INVESTIGATEThe and introduced Mrs. Samuel W. groups
Seersucker pajamas 2 piece, gripper map' : 'Cooksley. a past president who which provide entertainment here.

elastic at waist band size 2- ..... ........ ..$%.50 opened the occasion with the club I Following the addresses Miss I
Seersucker paJamas 1 piece Clipper map RevolutionaryConcrete I collect. Mrs. Barber then paid May Porter of Orlando, studentof

down front, elastic at back size 2-6 ..._........_...$1.98 r a Block special tribute to the honor ,, Prof. Charmbury at Rollins
Seersucker pajamas, button on pants 6-18 mos. _....$1.50 l I guests and Introduced members presented the following piano
Seersucker pajamas, extra pair of pants, size 1-4 ............... $2.50 \ ..J With the i and their mothers who were pres selections: Nocturne Op. 72, No. 1, S
Cool frilly nighties for glamour girls, size 2-6 _.$3.98 ent. Corsages were presented Mrs I Chopin; Etude, Op. 25 No. 1 Remember Mother
ROUNDED CORNERJust George C. Young and Mrs. Carl(:Chopin; Intermezzo, Op. 116, No.
Mail Orders Accepted the Thing Frederic Engel for being the eldest -i 2, Brahms: Novelette Op. 21, No. II '
For That New Home and youngest mother respec 7, Schumann; and Wandering
The Judy-Jim Shop Holloway Concrete ProductsPlant tively. |I Iceberg from Sea Pieces, Mac- I with I

Located Two Blocks South Special guests past and present I Dowell.
of InderpatbOB Orlando Ave. officers were introduced, after i I M j Members of the committee in
382 N. Orange Ave. Tel. 2-1201 WINTER PARK PHONE 53t-R which Mrs. Barber turned over I charge of the breakfast were Mrs. satin soft Lingerie
the president's gavel to Mrs. i Robert Coffey and Mrs. William v J
Thomas P. Parker 1947-48 pres: I." .Caruthers decorations: Mrs. C. S
ident. Mrs. Barber then receivedher W. Davison and Mrs. E. L. Mc-
past president's pin from Mrs. '!Lead social; Mrs. S. N McKelvey Yes, Mother is Just as particular I
Cooksley. hostess Mrs. George A. Claphamand I
4. -, -.. Seated at the speakers' table Mrs. Robert E. Dittrich 'r today as she was years ago
'I ":.' .' ,
,, .. ;r ..'- ,.. ... .<.. were Dittrich Mrs., treasurer Barber, Mrs.: Mrs.Robert George E. tickets. !I 1 She enjoys beautiful lingerie, '.':..:. .
.
,
,:/ 1' A. Clapham second vicepresident -I Divining rods still are widely : % nylon hose.Night :
; Mrs. Julian E. Laughing- used by superstitious veil-diggers
house president of the Lake DIS- t who believe the forked hazel sticks
trict and first vice-president of : will point to water. i
I
l the club; Miss May Porter of Rol- Gowns
lins College; Mme. Charlette Gero.
!first honorary member of the S
J
Beautiful satin
club; Miss Olga Llano, winner of ,

l I the student musician's contest of crepe or rayon gowns,
the South Atlantic District of the I
I'Federation I of Music Clubs: Dr. 1 Z S in solid colors or with
;r 1 It4 Kenneth Steady, speaker; Prof II M t zo '
5.99 : p Also ,
\ .4;:: Walter C. Charm bury, speaker: I tI gay prints.
.,r !'. Mrs. Florence Hudson honoree: III '" printed cotton batiste.
( Mrs. Thomas P. Parker, incoming y:

president; Mrs. J. H. Crawford, I Sizes 3210. I I II

corresponding secretary: Mrs. ,,rJI
Raymond Stevens, recording sec- I
r-; ;-- retary: Miss Clara Wendel. librarian I
of the Albertson Public Library I I a

;?; ; Mrs. Samuel W. Cooksley. I
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director: Mrs. L. C. Nicholson, I SlipsMunsingwear t
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past corresponding secretary;Mrs. Jersey in white -
Harlow
G. Frederick, director; I
: : Mrs. Frank P. Whitmore. feder- i'' and Tea Rose Crepe or satin
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fLASHES :)):. (\- Winter Park Newsy I For Table-For Cooking-1! : RAPETTI

Women In your' '.'-thl*crmedl- :- q1fJIJ
cln is/amotu to renevs hot fluhc PETROLEUM JELLY flip, I-r FOR SPAGHETTI
Bcrrout tuulon- when du. to thstuaeUooa1 MARGARET GREENE I .
Served
sjt4scsrs2r S to P.M.-Closed Monday
'm1dd1.period Worth peculiar e fl Telephone Winter Park 23S-Hours 1M2 and 4-5. Monday Through Friday Oren. Memorial H..ul
to
vomen. tryingt
MOROLINENaturals Hale l t.IM Tk Mm MIMlM.

lOIJ l.JlllIAJn rtetnltt Uro la1 WITH JEAN YOTHERS Edmonds Tells RL 11-92 Winter Park
Winter ParkBrevities
,L [Club Editor] -- -
; j Alathean Class of the First Baptist -I INVESTIGATE BEFORE YOU BUY!
The Orlando Auto School
Church will enjoy a luncheon I
.4 meeting today at 12 pjn. at the Future PlansWINTER i 1221 N. Orange Ave
, I church. A board meeting will DOT J &s-CAS
, i precede the luncheon at 11 ajn. WINTER PARK-The 15minute "LEARN TO DRIVE"
bus service to Orlando exceptfor f.. YwrH.nm
I 000 PARK-Dean HenryM. rush-hours is discontinued for Tear.Atont Lessons by Appointment Only
r Spinsters Cotillion Club of Orlando Edmonds, who leaves soon for the Summer: from 9 a.m. until 3 Call 2-4879
for will hold its regular dinner Birmingham, to engage in a program pjn. buses will leave twicehourlyonly. A HOME-TOWN TRANSACTION!
1 and business meeting today at of public and private counselby I
1 6:30: pjn. at Dubsdread Country personal Interviews, radio program Mr and Mrs. Verdery A. Clark
Club. I and newspaper column, was announce the birth of a daughter JOYCE'SCblckenOystersShrlmp DRIVE. t!
MotherMother
: : 000 I presented with a wrist-watch yesterday Cary Charlesworth Clark May 1
. M Orlando Rebekah Lodge No. 12 : at the Chamber of Com- at Orange Memorial Hospital. -
will meet today at 8 pjn. In the : merce luncheon-meeting at which I Miss Zoe Shippen. who recently { AU Beef' Hamburgers
Fraternal Bldg. for a Mother's s he was speaker. ': completed an exhibition of children's Sandwiches-Soft Drinks NOW
w Day program. There will also He reviewed his five years as portraits in Havana. Cuba Highway 17->2 MAITLAND /r "
a be initiation of' candidates. Mrs. dean of Rollins Chapel and his''' is recovering in the AngloAmerican Opn Daily.. '.",-.J a.m3 Sundays 12-12 Showing
has her moments, tooa Fannie Spink vice-president of associations in Winter Park, and | Hospital after a serious attack -
the Rebekah Assembly of flor- TOMMY DORSEY Janet outlined to his fellowtownsmenhis i of bronchial-pneumonia. She BIBJ Crosby

suppressed desire fpr ida, will be special guest. I I and Jimmy Dorsey [above] Birmingham work. '' will stop here about June 1 to Billie's Drive Inn la Technicolor!
000Federation star in The Fabulous Dorseys He paid high tribute to Dr. I visit her parents.
"BLUE SKIES"with
with all her love for Program tonight at the eighth : 1800 Kuhl An.I .
glamour of Federal Employeswill which starts Sunday at Hamilton Holt of Rollins as an !
enjoy a picnic today at the Beacham and Theaters.is able administrator and "a man I' annual band concert by the high I REE --
I Roxy school band will include numbersby FRIDAY Joan Caolfield-Fred AsUlre
utility. Orlando Gun Club. Members I of great attainments." j
ISH
may bring guests and are requested Romberg, Youmans. Fillmore. I Coming Sondiy-"Scarfiee**
to meet at the Lake Eola Band : for members and their husI There was a report from the'I Gould Fulton and Clark. Featured I FRY 7:30 p.m. to 12
bands. new postoffice committee chairman numbers will be clarinet trio Ernest I
Stand at 5:30: where transportation -
pjn. I :
Tou invited attend.
to
So give her both with will be provided. 000 Arthur Schultz. who said all Veal, Shirley Jacobs, and are
000 I Delaney Pre-School Age I groundwork has been laid for new I, Bunny Banks; baritone solo, Har- .i
from will be held tomorrow at 9 am.at I I building here as soon as an appropriation old Ward cornet duo Betty Shan-
one gift Ala' alw
exquisite : Muriel Circle of the Needlework
the school. .All mothers is made. ,
4y I non and Gene Whitmore. Harold
F Guild will meet today with Mrs. I children who will I Pres. R. C. Baker called atten- '
enter \
HARPER'S new dress a Ward won high rating in the recent ojo\ tefellratin9 Our
Ralph Savage 1638 Crystal Lake I I next year should bring them I tion to the progress of several district and State contests. altos
SPRING
lace slip or \ it Dr.. for an all-day meeting witha the school. Small pox Chamber of Commerce projects, Mrs. C. D. Walker and mother BESSER'S RESTAURANT FESTIVAL
trimmed ; covered dish luncheon 11 GreaterShw1t
w at noon. cinations and-diphtheria vac-I notably the automatic railroad Mrs. Nellie A. Degge at at Day- Meats. Poultry. Cold Cuts. Sour
nightie, a lovely house coat / 000Needlework izations will be available. crossing signals and the wideningof tona Beach. Cream. Cheese. Mayonnaise
Guild Group of the Whooping cough and Fairbanks Ave.A Miss Sally Wing who recently Pumpernickel Rye. and Rolls
or a pretty blouse. Gifts she t' Grand Ave. Woman's Club will shots will be given at the !I committee consisting of Mrs. completed her course at the Schoolof Its W. Church: St. Tel. Z-222S
meet today at 10:30: a.m. at the ''I County Health Office on Saturday Edith Tadd Little Ray Greene and I Nursing of the University of >. .
will enjoy long-long clubhouse. Mrs. A. C. Shiver I Hope Strong was appointed to Virginia Hospital. Charlottesville -
f will be in charge. Luncheonwill morning.o o o !draw up a resolution of regret on I Va.. arrived yesterday to visit her ASPHALT TILE ,
after her Special Day be served. I Women's Christian the death of Mrs. Sidney Homer. parents. Dr. and Mrs. John D.I I

\ 000 Union is sponsoring 'a tea Wing. RUBBER FLOOROur I 1 ,
has passed. sl: Chapter S of PEO will meet today from 3 to 5 p.m. in Wesley Hall Community Club Mrs. Edith Tadd Little is expected 12,43
at 1:15 pjn. with Mrs. W. W. the First Methodist Church. 'Reduces I. home today from New York prices have always been rea- Dser, Open
Watson 125 Lucerne Cir, for dessert Prices where she accompanied Mrs. W.
IMrs..John I Gowdy wife of sonable. In line with the national NOW
Mrs. Orville E. Chees- John GowdY formerly of FooChow. I The Young Women's Community C. Bowers. policy we are reducing further. ;r
and Mrs. W. D. delegates I Club, resident for '|I Charlotte Smith leaves Sundayfor SNOWINCh
man Shupe China, will address club young Good supply of nationally known
will give reports on the meeting. An affering will business women here, in supportof Mexico. brands.
State convention held recently. I sent to Mrs. Frances Willard Liu.president I President Truman's request ) SINCROSS ROADS ,' .
000 of the WCTU In that prices be cut and living cost. Gas Stomach STEWARD MELLON CO. Of1HE0lD WEST!
Closed Wednesday at 12:30: P.M. Beverly Shores Garden Circle who is in charge of all be pared in the minimum an on 2301 N. Orange Ave. I'i.r
will hold its annual picnic din- work in Western China. nounces that effective immediate- llelie0e4_im S-......,w A...blc JMT MMf backwhinex ,:1:
ner at the Garden Center tomorrow Liu is the widow of Dr. ''ly single meals in their dinin? (....lour nonueh moanrh and arid...nbuna..uaaaII mm pdorw.uCnahIns !
at 6:30: pjn. The affair Liu. former'President of j room, formerly priced at sixty-five pmertba: the fviat rtliui BKttdm. know* totnymiXonane '
Mkf-aMkliw.like MM la HrUulTtbku.
s
-IfRh University. Tea will be served cents will now be served for six- NoteutlY' *. BrHiu brln.comfort InJlflj a
P11Ju by the hostesses, all of ty cents ,and meal tickets, good return bottle aoualorclo.ble owner bKLI 25o.
Open Monday EveningsWARREN'S will be dressed in Chinese costume. 'for 10 meals in any one month 4Y
would sell for $5.50 instead of $6.
I 000 I The club is famous for the delicious I TERMITE CONTROL TONIGHT
r,. Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary home-cooked meals it
honored their Gold 'serves, which are both wholesome 20 YEARS OF DEPENDABILITY II "The Girl of the Limberlost"
57 West Church Street Mothers when i and abundant and this price re CALL. PHONE OR WRITE "; ,' Ctdll fill
II Winter Park Phone 68 Tuesday night i Ruth Kelson-Dorina CUft a"H.tLY ,
entertained with a party at duction a worthy gesture for H.L.COX1U HOUR CARTOONS"First }L 1h1EiNlli t
Elks Club. The program business girls whose budgets are Show 1:15
presented by golden voiced limited. H IRMA ST. Complete Show From 11:39

Alice Jean Feidler, who -- --- WJin.u1
Ciribiribe and Mother. TO HOLD PICNIC COUPLES ONLY COUPLES ONLYDANCING .
.
PRICES REDUCED sings, over WORZ Sunday at Annual Spring picnic of the Orange r'i -nt.lek.
pjn. County Vocational School I -
000 will be held Friday at Sanlando ever, 1 1

We're heartily in favor of the plan to reduce First Volunteer Methodist Class Church school of I said Springs yesterday.Director Students Jess Leach will THURSDAY SATURDAY.. .iii"** ,

have an all-day sewing today leave from the school by bus at AMERICAN-LEGiON' HOMRM Op. 12::4S
prices, so, with many other merchants all 10 ajn. in the dining room 8 ajn. +Y, NOW.M>TIN<5T ;.
Wesley Hall. Covered ADen a*. Jilt Orchestra _
prices will be reduced luncheon will be served at The Bear, the ship which Byrd -.-- 1i u ,m Ntol-).". A*'"*
000 took to the Anarctic on his first land Ho""
Conway Home { I expedition, was first used by the I-- Where Dfccfimintrfintj; ; People' Go- i+ BRUTE MAN"
."t. U. S. Navy to to the relief of ,; THE ,.
go
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Club
will hold
10 its annual I \ :
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the Arctic expedition in
r today at 10 pjn. at the home Greely rrnr
.. Mrs. Roy Pulsifer. I 1884. eLla) "MR. HEX""HUMORESQUE" .:
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:, NEW r Grand Ave. P-TA Board tIii"l WASHING MACHINE COCKTAIL LOUNGE ." } .. n. ....e'f .OJ' ,i,
meet at 9:30 REPAIRINGIf
today : a.m. at .
school. your washing machine needs repair Old Ort.IICIeMlwa, betwssn Maitlaad .". AIt.te-TeL W. P. tin-
al SPRING HATS 000Insuranre Just drop m card or phon J -- -
!.17!. tier.
/ Women of Pick-up and delivery service within ''y F4:
j BEAUTIFUL HANDBAGS will meet today at 6 pjn. for a radius of 75 miles of Orlando. Ii VISIT
::2.I ner at the YMCA dining CALDWELL & HARRIS I'' FERN TROPICAL GARDENS
000 1h
Phone %.197% 2211 Edgewater Dr. t
All Colors. Mark St. P-TA will meet' I: CHICKEN-STEAK-SHRIMP DINNERS '
: r at 3 pjn. at the school. The GARDEN PARTIES PRIVATE PARTIES Door Open 12,45
Calf and Patent lowing new officers will be h HOW SHOWING
Best Trailer Shop
ed by Mrs. Ralph Miller, PHONE 9272 CURB SERVICE KU"L AVE. :u --

Genuine Reptile to Match r of P-TA the; Orange Mrs. County Henry Council I Awnings Ready To Go {- mrrlN6r rNEitI

Your New Summer Shoes president; Mrs. J. R. 2225 W. WashingtonDial {ESNN
first vice-president: Miss 6894 IN4 NJ F
AlligatorLizardSnakcCobraJEAN'S Cornwright. second [On Winter Garden Road] SOFA BEDS AND CHAIRS TO MATCH ,* No
dent; Mrs. Chester Gridley
retary Mrs. J. W. Lyles
; PIECES 79.50
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MILLINERY ponding secretary; Mrs. J.
treasurer TOYS I $
George ; Mrs. Gray QUALITY W
Strain Jr.. historian. A RUSSELL FURNITURE CO.
22 North Orange AyenueSimpson's ical program has been Inr (.irts .ind U4'\ -
by Mrs. Chester Gridley. .
I
Willis Maxwell, hospitality I TOYLANDREPAIR I
man and her committee will I I

r is air conditioned ........,."\"."."\"\,."."."." " ,.." ,..., tea in the patio following -- ,- .. CLUB CABANA ,tr e: ::: His color.J. Plie0.++

.. //, program. 000 3 MILES NORTH OF ORLANDO CITY LIMITS [U.S.441 = Plus =

,, /: Miss Margaret Piper will STEAKS CHICKEN SHRIMP lW p1rrCO
I sent a book review on "The
: tartan Album" today at 3 REROOF FLA. LOBSTER OYSTERS FROG LEGS
I during the business and REPAINTDon't
/ Tremendous Reductions I I meeting of the Junior .
i I ment of Sorosis. This Modernize Now BILLY ARNOLD AND HIS ORCHESTRA SATURDAY NITE ;

,, / deals with the women of the Delay 36 Month to Pa,.. NO COVER EXCEPT SATURDAY. CLOSED SUNDAY
i torian era. A social hour See us; we arrange all detafls. .
/ ON / tea will follow the meeting. 1% Interest No Mort,.,.

i In 1945 the U. S. Post [ Wilson Leonard

Spring and Summer Apparel /I which handled could 14577,000 not be"dead"delivered Hardware FLAMINGO CLUBPRESENTS rr ;fter

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/ i 20 W. Church St. Ph. We serve the fame delicious foods .. '.
you get during the .A.r
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A 10ft ROLLBACK of all prices is now'in effect at Simpson's.This / 36 Monthsto JUMBO

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,Paae 16 (Srlan5n itfornUm Jrrntmri Thursday, May 8, 1947 Teacher Group To View ,!, Disabled Vets Car Dealers/ Will// oy Carl Parker. sales engineer


I [ Sanford Farmers' Market Conservation Pictures I|'I Install Officers Meet Here Today/ from, with the the company's assistance' Chicago of Frank office


Stocks Have Daily Citrus Auctions I Motion pictures on soil and water '> A two-day business meeting to' E. Such district sales manager
: The following prices reported by conservation will be shown the N. J. Barnes of Orlando last 1 ,

ORANGES '. the Dealers on the Sanford State conservation class of Orange night was installed as commanderof provide Diamond T Motor Car whose office is located here. (
Std. Boxes "
0I.rida St. ..... Wlrebd lod Rl* Calll 4/5 Its55cm Farmers' Market for produce sold Count teachers today at 3:3Qpjru : the Central Florida Chapter 16. 1' Co. dealers from throughout Florida Snell said yesterday that approximately ..

I to Truckers and Dealers up to at the West Central Elementary Disabled American Veterans in the and Southern Georgia with 20 dealers were expected .
Slow Session CITY-Mirfce* term Car a. (?srs A* Can At Car Av Cars A* annual installation to attend the meeting. It
( New' York City flower) ..___ 1 3.50 24 3 fiB 18 6 00 15 588 12:01: a-m. May 8. 1947. School in Orlando. J. W. ceremony at -i engineering data on the company' ,
I 12 353 ;> 401 3 545 the American Legion Home. is one of a series being conductedby i
I Philadelphia( (hither) _______ __ --- I Beans. Snap bu hpr $1.752.00 Compton. program chairman reported -
Boston higher --- 6 389 1 4.05 ; 601 Beets doz bun .......... No quote W. I. Doty State Junior sice-| 20 different truck models I Parker In each of the coin.pany's 1
J IPItuburgh thither) =::::::::= 3 4.14 ,. --- SM __ yesterday. will
OOW-JONCS CLOSING AVERAGES I[Cleveland Orretular) _____._. >. __- 6 3 tIT __ __ 4 4.72 .-_ Beets bu hpr ........... No quote James Burdette and R. E.-With- commander and executive com- open today at 9 am. at the sales districts. Sessions will ,

Stack: OMK Wish Low Ctote Net Ch. I Chlcato steady) ________ 6 39 __ 10 5.12 Cabbage. 50 lb sx .... 1251.40 mittee member. presided at the I Orange Court Hotel. I 1 be held from 9 am. to 5 pdh
M I.-.. 1M.43 1TJ.14 1T2.0 1T2.4 f .-18 j Jet., Louis hither) _____ .___. ... __ 2 3.73 __ 4 4 62 _- erell of the U. S. Soil Conservation ; The meeting will be conducted ) P*
and tomorrow.
JO Rail'* 4S.JS 4S.42 ".17 4S.11 *.f '.16 i Cincinnati (lower) uu n______ _k __ 10 3.38 .. _- 1. 02 .. _. Celery. Golden, crate, I' Service will conduct the showing ceremony at which the following iI i) today ,

tS Util JIM 94.61 31.S3 U. Oe-' '..UIS Detroit steady ______n____ __ ___ 2.11 __ ... 7 ..111 .- Precooled 4.104.85 and discussion other officers also were installed: '
.t'ke 10.'& 11.1. 60.75 10.10 .fl '.ll 3.75 1 S.17 _. on conservation
__chi CUM Net. Ch. ,t Baltimore Totals----------(lower) :------------------I 3.69: 21 4.00Florida 94 9.37: .. Celery, Pascal, crate 4.855.10 I problems. j. A. Barclay Winter Park ...... I. Pul... P.ssle ) !

? ....4. 1'1." .ff 6-04 I: CUcumbers. bu hpr 2.005.50 -_ -- I'I senior vice-commander; W. I
OHA't-KUIT D. J JI
10 lit ltal. _______ __ MO.W wH SOS J I .1 I Radio Performer I
(Seeded Eggplant bu hpr .... 2.503.25 Orlando.
Junior 1kNi
10 2nd Rail __ ._ u.n__ 0.84 off '.U Citrus Report Morgan. vice-com- I L'
10 Uhf" _.. 107... UP 0.04 I Ind RlvWlrebd Lettuce Iceberg, crate. mander; N. W. Wickham, Orlando _______________

10 Trantactien Ind In tacks uted 104.50 In average.ff '.'1 CITV-Market -term fltd BoxesCars Av Cars Av Core Boars Av Dry Pack .... ... 2.252.75 I CANLOT' THE SHIPMENTS: U. S. FOR REPORTED TUESDAY FOR I chaplain: T. C. Sanders. Ocoee. I HORIZONTAL 3 Agile It.o: .

S .t.qda-.1ndustri4Is. 68.400: rail*. 2-,. New York City flower) n__-- __ u_ 1 1.84 1 3.29 Iced .. 4.00 Cemmedity I Fla.. Cat. (IA...) La. |Te..,Q'nd I sergeant-at-arms; F. J. Talbert. I
. 120; utilitie 24.100; total ilL.320. | Philadelphia (weak _________ ____ _- """ Lettuce. Iceberg crate. (total carl'cartl' car1 car* total I officer of I I 1.5 Pictured 4 Within 0 _
Boston (irretnlari --____- ----- 1 2.61 -.: --- few 2.76HZ Orancri I 178I 2301 111 I I 419 Orlando the day; I. Q. ',
MARKETS AT A GLANCE Pittsburgh (lower) _____-_-_-_. __ __ _- Peppers, bu hpr 7.00-10.00 j I Or.pefrult 'I 72 6 7J I I 83 Shier Orlando. adjutant. and radio star 5 Fall in drops 1LAPl1At4 ,
Cleveland (easier) __.--_-_- __ _ Mixed citrus 60 af f { I 62 11 Disciplines
Nrw YORK .(Af I Chlcato (easier ___._________ ______ -. ..- _' Potatoes Red BUss 50 lb. | Usrrported.-May' SiTexas. 2 oranges: Sam E. Murrell. Orlando Judge 6 Airplane.
STOCKS: Quiet .145. chance* mixed. St. LouisCincinnati -..-- __ .- Sx. A's 2.502.75 I| Texas. 92 grapefruit Texas. 5 mixed advocate. 13 Deductions Ir
BONDS: Narewt aelecte rail im- __. __ 1 I Symbol forrubidium
flower) Potatoes. Red Bliss. 50 lb. citrus IS Injury 'MEN 'J
.rovo.COTTON. Detroit hither ________________ ___ __ ... ___ u_ SUMMARY OP PASSINGS THROUGH I Ci-1
: Higher; mill buying. Baltimore (steady) Sx. B's 2.252.50 I TMk I DUN AND RADSTRfET Couple j
------- J FLORIDA GATEWAYS
CHICAGO Totals __ __::__.-::== :::::: "i a.43 1184 13.19 Squash. Yellow, bu. hpr. 2.00- 3.001 I Including diversions at Sa'&njiah and I NEW YORK 4UP) Dun and Brtdstiwfl I I 18 Chair Capital of the ,
WHEAT Firm advanced mainly with dall welrhted price Index of 30 basic ,
: QItA.tFIIUITCSoed rommoditict.
Atlanta ,
for
I 24-hour period ending 6 I :
a.m.
White bu 1.502.00' 19 Bahamas 26
Squash.
Characteristic
corn ttrenoth. loaN hpr East West Te.al compiled tM United Press ((1930- TYpe measure 42 Circle parts
CORN Strong .hort............. in May. CITV-Market Term ,..d. SIC Texaa Sweet Potatoes bu. hpr 2.503.25 Oranges ,. 63 50 South 26 139 I 132 ...rar. equals 100); 20 Crockery for !9 1 Goddess ofinfatuation 27 Lettuce 44 Flower
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OATS: Firm with e.. .u .____ 25348
ltd Btxe* Wtrebo Poses Bon Grapefruit 42 12 33 6'7I
Tomatoes crates. nn __._____ 28 Exist
HOGS: Active and 50 cent to 11h'.11. Tuesday --_--_ 253.39 !I cooking beans 45 Quick
New York City flower) ._ 2 3 O. 9 357 19 3.03 Mixed citrus _____ 8 1 12 21Total I +
( ." top S25. Philadelphia (weak) ______ __ 1 3.40 1 329 4 298 3 4.50 36 1-lb. carton _.. 8.259.00 I cars -held. 6 I '.m. yesterday-10 'Week ago ----___-,__._. 254 23 :! (two words) 10 Period of time 30 Courtesy title 46 Bone
\. CATTLE: Fairly active and steady to Boston Urretular _.____ __ 1 282 1 __ orsn.ra: 1 crspefrutt 1 Month aco ------, ----..__.:_ 2S1.81 ,
3.00 : mixed citrus.PASSINGS
'. Tomatoes, crates, .. ... 23 II Article 31 Cloth
Yeif no _________ Railway (ab.) measure 47 Route Cab )
189.34 >
25 centa tips top 527,50. --- -
Pittiburth (lower) ___ __ t 2.31 1 3.08 __ ___ 3 :327 POTOMAC YARD AND PASS
Cleveland easier) ..-._. .__._ "_ 2 246 __ 4 2.12 50 lb. carton ......_.11.50 INGS AND DIVERSIONS AT CINCINNATI I 1947 high (March 10) u. ---.u_ 269.25 I 24 Palm leaf 12 Health resort 35 Victims of 48 Appear

NEW YORK API] Some steels Chicago (easier) __ 1. 2.72 few 3.16 __ 7 2 54 Grapefruit box ............ 2.00 for 24-hout period ending B ..m. yesterday: I 25 Consume 14 Pigpen leprosy 49 Onager 1
__ ... ... .
S t.1.auls 2 277 Tan
and motors eased in final dealings Cincinnati flower -- 2 3.40 Sfew 2.17 5 236S Oranges box .... .. 3.00 Or- aa_ oer. Mixed AXGEBTLT 27 Antic 7 Any Sainte (ab ) 51 Follower

Detroit hither) ,_ ____ 2.12 ___ 2.40 fruit baa Citrus
-- u anges 29 Doctor's 1 Auricle 37 Beret 54 Harem
of yesterday's stock market after Baltlmort (steady) --------- 1 2 3. COTTON CLOSING Baltimore __,, ___ 5 _- FLORAL SflPPE room
featureless session had Totals ____n__________ 8 2.58 23 2.40 24 3.02 29 2." I NEW YORK AP) Cotton futures ained I Buffalo .____-T__ 1 1 __ helper J2 Number 38 Sagacity 5$ And (Latin)
a slow I S1.5S t. S2.3S a bale ever the previous, :; 'Chicaso __________ __ MEZZANINE ANGCIUT HOTEL 32 British account 24 Gems 41 Meadow 58 Measure
produced little change in prices. II clot in active dealings .,.,t.d.,.. 1 I Cleveland ------- 8 -- ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS CORSAGESSpecial _
I Best prices were realised near the dow i I 'Columbus. O. 2 money T .. !c .. Q
Over most of the session trading as heavy trade .buyine and short coveringmet I I Detroit :=.-= ;7 4 1t i This Week: 33 Be mdispord ,
held to a crawl. Transfer of 100.- limited .ff rn. The tightening soot t 1 I New York City _on 3 1Philadeiphia __ 50c Rose
1 Stock I 35c
Closing Quotations I1 ___ I Spray 34 Vend .\
cotton supply and the scheduled opening I 7 5 3i '
: 000 shares during the first 60 minutes of kids late today by the Government on i I Providence _. 1. __ I Nettle L. Reynolds Phone 9SS1 37 Spin
accounted fQr< the lightest 25.000 bales of cotton for UMtK strengthened i Washington. D. C. 3 1 "
STOCKS IN THE SPOTLIGHT .. I : F Ii
High Low" La.tNat 39 Harden 11
initial hour for any full session NEW YORK (AP) Sales closing price Cash Bog 10 39ft 39ft 39 V. the market..Revised private cotton crop ---- 40 Ei9 iit I
River island
and net chance ef the 15 mt active Nat Dairy Prod ... 13 lcr.c.i DIN-G -
since last July 5. Total transactions 31 30ft 31 ports indicated, plantings at 1-- .1r ir zr-;
of 600.000 shares for the day s tocks yeterdaySoconyVac < Nat Distillers _u__ 54 19'4 19ftNat 19V4Hd. I over. last year, t. about S1.4SO.OOO acres THINKING ABOUT BI I ? 41 Musical note :i I ;
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14.2OO 15".1. Vt.Schenley Oypsum ______ 10 18% 15*. l8e as against 11.190.000 planted last
Oi.till 12,800 27V4 pIus Vi. Nat year.I CONTACT fS 43 She on 1.. -
La4 2
compared with 740.000 Tuesdayand 28ft 2ft"28' J M
nn i The of Agriculture .
Department set
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Radio 12.300 pIus, *.-.. N atPowU..1l 1". 1". 1". : Homes Built at .A Price to save you money. the radio
for 1947 of :21
the crop million acres. :
were the lowest since April Cemwlth .. Su 9.2OO 1 no. Nehl Corp>> 1 20120% 20V. 2 to 3-Bedroom Home. $7.000 up. -
28. Std Oil NJ 8.COO 6,',. plus Vi. Newport Induct .h. 5 26*. 26 26 Open 3C.17 J4.fc High 36.29 Low" 16.41 LaitMay up 31 I 8 Weeks Will Complete Your Home. 48 Symbol forsamarium :!:: i&

Only 863 issues appeared on the Pe.i-CoU '.JOG 2TV. no. NY Central RR 42 14'. 14',4 14% July 34.11 34.53 34.13 34.SC.SS up 39-40 Also Remodelln E1- l5rir
Std Oil Cal '..00 MM mines V*. NT Ch ft fit 1. Pf 1 87 87 87 358 Brassle Phone ..
Oct. 29.20 29.65 29.15 H n.n 45-47 50 ( u
up Great "
Lake I
ticker tape in the narrowest trading I'' Gus Met f.600 U minus 14. NPsrsm o Am Aviation 6 8H 8ft 8H Dec. 2S.I2 2S.72 28.27 21.71 UP 43 I LEWIS BUILDERS INC. ,!:jj '$'r' EJ. :t< ; I
since Aug. 16. 1946. Of these Pict .500 24Vk plus 14. North Amer Co IS 26'. 26". ..2644orthern March 27.1S 2S.17 27.72 2S.09n up 3S Drive 2-2693 52 Hops' kiln
I Nat Di.till J.400 19* mInus V*. NOmnibus Pacific _. 12 16% 16 16( % I t
223 May 27.31 27.12 27.31 27.C4 up 31Middling 53 Accomplishes ET5t
422 declined and advanced. 5.300 8 minus IV*. spot 37.21n 37. -- 1,1' 1-
up :
Chrysler dropped a point to Clev Chry II lv Ilium 4.700..100 101V:*MV4 minu minus 1. MuNV Ohio OOU'h ___ 31 23'. 23% 23% :! nominal. 55 She is an 4T ,

101 Vi and General Motors *i to : Central 4.2OO 144* minus Va. Omnibus Corp n__ 53 9'. 7% 8 57 Corrodes -..
Otl* Elevator ____ 6 I 28 28 ;' NEW ORLEANS (AP) Cotton futures ad. FREE CN ANY CARS I.
% 26wensIll
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Std Oil hid 4,100 40V4 minus II.. S9Stanzaofsix Z4T ... ..
close at 58. Omnibus Corp. O .1 'I' ,
Glass 2 76, 76 76 < vanced here yesterday on heavy price fining ,
red duplicated Tuesday's '7 prefer-I and short covering. Closing prices this, week-Motor Analyzer Test-Brake Test-Front lines I ( .0.:
New York UP) Closing stocks .fPae
dip. finishing at 93, and the com I Hd.. Hi.h : Low Last Oas ft Sire 35 36% 36% 36'. were higher.Offerings very. steady 2.10'to 52.55 a bale 6)) CheckEstimate End Examination-on-Steering Body and Gear Paint Checkup Work-Drive-A'.l Chassis in- Mohammedan 50 ,,51 z. 1JiI'1SS j
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ACF-BrlU Mot __ 2 8ft 8ft 6ft Pae Tin Cons ..- 2 5 5 5 I
mon was down 1 Vi at'8. both new Air Reduction .__ S 31 31 31 { Packard Motor ... 31 6ft 8 6 i i'Pan ',i were only scattered despite ahighly it is all Free. priest 5" 1 i
favorable
1947 lows. Alaska Juneau _- S 4ft 4 4'iAlletbany Am Airways .31 12 11'. 11% :' Government weekly estimates VERTICAL
weather report and highly private
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Param Pictures 55 STIVERS-PONTIAC
I Corp _-- 10 3 3ft 3 244 24'2444 I -
Other prominent losers Included Allet Lud 8U ----- 1 37 37 37 Park Utah Con U 4 2?. 2% 2% I I I of j 1 Street car 40 .
Allu-Ch Ufc ___ 12 32H 3232\, Park Dull _- 5 35 34% 34'. Open High Low CloseMay 1 (2 W. COLONIAL PHONE 2-231 .
Goodrich at 54Vi. Santa Am Airline ___-- 28 8% 94. 9SAm Patlno Mine __u_ 1 1l'4 11'11'/. _... J6.13 31.43 M.13 34.606 up 44 j jJuly 2 Boat paddle ._tI .
Fe at 78!{. Atlantic Coast Line : Cable ft Rad 6 5 4'. 44 Penney UC) ---_ 14 40% 40V4 40ft. .._. 34.02 29.1 34.50 39.47 33.9 29.12 33.4S 29.65-67 up 51Don. 47 ;,' -- i
Am Can ._. __ 1 51(4( lib 91ft Penn-Crnt-Alrl- .10 11 10ft 10ft i, Oct. up i
off Z.. at 48Vi. U. S. Steel 1 at 21.26 2S.73 2S.23 28.73 46 I
Am Car Pdy 10 43ft 43 43 Penn RR 39 IBS 19ft 19% up
68!' ex-dividend. Youngstown Am tt Tor Pow __On__ 4 4ft 4ft 4ft Pepsi-Cola 73 28 I2'7'. 27'. ', March 27.69 26.10 27.69 21.10 up 42S4id. k o AtD ownn wH,5r M'SIEII It:. I1ANULEr.ua bU., SLOE SOY \WELL,PE3A/ i IOU CAjE MERE 1C

Sheet at 62' ., International Am ft P P 2 Pf __. 3 18'. 18V4 18ft Phlla Pflztr.Sire Chat & CO '14 611..5. 45% I Ills NAME WA CANYON 5EE6 ZED ow cAvosi, TIlLS. RED I III YOU SHEKLOCCED \ r5 THI5 AN TO KiSS ME 6OOPBYSBSFOUE QI.
I I Am Locomotive ___ 10 22ft\ 22V. 22ftAm 4 24'. 24% 24'. .
Harvester 82Vi. Glenn Martin at Pow .tt Lt _n_ 12 12ft 12 12ft Phllco Corp _. .u 1 25% 25\. 25ft GRAIN RANGE c W14A1 TJ4 .WWEP FILLETWEEL.. 5EAiEE TUE TIIATEES CAN'tVM ME 3D MY LAIZ.J E55ENTJAUTAU youe TOP.

20, a new low and U. S. Gypsum I|i Am Rad .ft 81 B ... 14 13'. 13H 13'. Philip Morris n __ 12 30ft 30'. 30ft Open High Low Close 7 11011 PVE TI1201 11 MV 116W hALL ISO? PV8LEE. MUST slAVE ? EET$ 6ET AT IT*
Am Roll Mill ____ 11 29'. 29ftAm Phillips Pet 9 lid 53'. 53% 53% WImAT-
at 95V.! Smelt R 12 53'\. 52UAm s Pressed Stl Car 24 lift 11% lift Mir 263% 265 S l% 264% I T6OOOR1DI FOR Ti1664! PA45AE. crcotuo
Stl Pdr _:::: 4 30Am 30 30 I Procter ft Oam __ 2 89% 59% 59'. July 224t4 2.25 223 224, I RE'5 PRIVATE Ajyrcip
Phelps Dodge climbed % to 39 Vi Sutar Ret 2 39 3814 38416SS Pub Bye NJ' _un_ 12 24 23ft 23ft Sept _n__ 2.1'7n 1.ls4's 21'7 2.18. ApAg.TMEIIT I 4 cgOM OUR _.
on declaration of an 80-cent dividend Am Tel .ft Tel ___ 23 10544' U5% Pullman _____n-__ 1315&/ i 55% 55% Dee. 2.1414 2.151. 2.15 3.154. #-
Am Tob B ____ 4xd66t 66 V4 66*. Pure OU ______ 21 24ft 24% 24V'4Radio CORN- EWE IN IllS ,1g'
Good earnings aided Radio Am ViacoM __n__ 4 46ftAm 46 V. 46ft It May _._ _h 18.\Is .lt1T% 1 B4 1.11'7Is PL.ANEI ,
Corp. to a % point gain at 8%. WaS Wk .--,_ 24 15 !*% 15 : Corp 123 81 8% 84 July ___ 1.57 1 60 1.57 l.59. I -
Am Woolen ___ 13 33 33V 32'4 Radlo-K-Orph ::==_ 8 13ft 13 13 Bept. 1.5M. 1.51% 149. 1.514. ..
Record sales reports lifted Sears Anaconda Cop n__u_ 31 36** 35'. 36'. !! fleming Rand ___ __ 2 30*. 30% 30'. Dee. 1.40s 1.611.. l.4O'e 1.411. (
Roebuck to 33 and Montgomery Armour Co _____ IB lift 11V4 lift l Repub Avis ___h_ B S*. 5\. 5\. OA.T&- riANt'
A sad Dry Good ._ 2 xd IS1. IS*. 15'. Bepub Stl ____ 37 2524'. 25 May __. __ .91'. .93. .91% -93% '
Ward to 53 Ti. while others improving lAtch T 8 F __ 15 79ft 78 78ft Revere Cot .ft Br 7 xd 18'. 18ft 18ft I July ----------a .82'. .81'. .82. 1 '
Included Bethlehem. !| Atl Coast Line 7 51 48'i 48ft Reynold Tob B ._ 18 38 37ft 37ft '! Sept. __ .'..% .'1173'. .76\% y

Texas Co. Standard Oil [INJ.l | Atl Refining __ _, 7 35 34% 35 I I Dee. .73% .74% .73% .74 11
\j Atlas Corp __ :3 224 22*, 22% Safeway Stores .._ 13 2121 21 BARLEY _
Anaconda Kennecott. Schenley, | S Savaie Arm. __h_ 13 8'. 8% 8% Msy __ 1.39 1.39 1.37 1.37 ?

American Tobacco 'B' and U. S. Bald Loco __ 4 19'. 19*. 19H Scheolty Distil ...132 27% 28% 27% LARD ,'
Bait ft Ohio 12 10'. lOa 10H Sears Roebuck __ 32 xd 33 32'% 33 July ..._ 2055 20.55 19 85 2000 I
Rubber. Barnsdall Oil ___ 18 24'-. 234 24ft 8er el Inc _____ 7 12V.2 12 &-c>t. 20.50 20.50 20.05 20 05 / '
Bonds were mixed with rail obllcations 'Bell Alre ___ 2 14ft 13% 14',. Shell Colon .OU n_ 24 26% 26% 25% Oct. u__- 19.00 :
Bendix Aviat ____ 6 31*. 31*. 31ft Simmons Co _.____ 3 32% 32% 32". Nor. I 18.00 18.00 18.00 18.00 Ld ,- 1'
lower Cotton finished Be.t Foods __n__ 2 23ft. 23H 23*. Sinclair OU __-__ 31 15'. 15% 15%
ahead $1.55 to $2.35 a bale. Wheatat Beth Steet" n____ 21 85ft 84*. 84% Soeony-Vacuum' ...143 15\% 15% 15% FOREIGN EXCHANGE
I Blaw-Knox __ ..;:. 4 15V4 1SU 15V4 BouAmO&P.. 2 4 3'. 3'. NEW YORK (AP) Closing foreign t- ..
Chicago was up 1 to 2 cents a Boeing Airplane-_ S 17ft 17 17 Sou Cal Edison .__ 3 32 31% 32 change rates follow (Great Britain In dollars. I II -.. BELOW ill TIlE STEEEt A TAXI FASSES 64'.. TUADS PoNT TtrxJot 5OU: PRETTY J

bushel. com 1:% to 4 V& and oats Borden Co ___ 9 43 42H 43 Southern Pacific .25 :38% 37'. 38 I others In cents): RIlT. HEAD OVER rr; MV PET. THEVU. '
% to l%. I Bort-Warner ____ 10.3 .2. 42ftBraniff Southern Ry _____ 12 34ft 33'. 34 Canadian dollar in New York open market S )CtC fUll. I &ATUEZ. t TO tEF GUT YOu PIPNT scst IEE/ rVOCOERTlJEOriX 4tiJ SAID ru FIND NO WCTHEE.TRACE OF- BOC. )
Alrw ___ 6 10% 10''. 10''. Sparks Within ___ 1 5% 5% 5 8'. per cent discount or 91.75 U. S. <
Lower in the Curb were Hygrade '*' i ILls n 1 34 34 ; 34 ; Sperry Corp --_n_ 6smetel 20 10'10."%. cents down 316 of a eent. La.; 6C11146 CUE1' I1C 14 LCCECf3$ ( AZC.Ali'! TI. ,rVWEAl TOLD? VOl) I HAD R&ItICT MENrIoeLw AT THE CA F&5. I mVE TIlE

Food Products. Pantepec Budd Co _-==='_. 32 lift 10'-o 10',a'' Inc ___n_ 4 1044 10110'% Europe: Great Britain *4.02%. unrnans- I. SM AULJ4I.3 IOU cALL Ill Wt' 14/1111/ J.T.O64 0 O.ECHEACP CYAN CECEaE A C TDCTV : A-AU. 4IUtJT At4PJ INFOCMAT1ON I NEiCtT.rXW \
Oil Eleej I,i j Bulova Watch .._ 4 27ft 27'. 21% I Stand Brands ___ ;I 31 30'. 31 ed; France" Franc" .M%. up I* of a rent: : IIEZL'NTII.' lOll FINP 0111W11AT 41OW TIlT AI FCDM 6BinaBltaE HMPOMCTEKr WhO USED 1116 [0(51-

tric Bond & Share Middle West i Burllnt Mill. _n__ 9 16ft 16ft 16ft Stand Oil Cal _____ 6i 5644 56". 56% Sweden UCronal 27 85. anrhansed; Switzerland I tIlE Att ui: FtT FZJENP PoucE4iA1'; TW& PAY I MET HIM flT TECEV LEES CAFES AS A A4E TO
Corp. and Cities Service. National I 'Burr Add Mach __ 1 13% 13H 13% Stand Oil Ind ___ 44 40ft. 3969ft'. 40% Franc" ) (com'l) 2X40. unchanged. AC&VPTO. *4
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ITS HOTEL- EEfDCT THAT rE4CD6 RECEIVE
Stand OU N' J ____ BO 70*. 69'. Latin-America: Argentina free 24.43. up INFORMATION _
Transit and Callite Tungsten 1mi i i Calif0Packing ._ 2 25 25 25 Stand Oil Ohio ... 30 27'. 211'. 27% .01 of a tent; Brazil free 5.50 unchanged; us; I .' MOMENTS. )VLI WilE ACzJzATaY. FnM FETTY INFOEMEE.S, '

proved. Turnover of 180,000 shares I jCallahan' ZLead.2 tVt 2'34'. ftd SU Sprc --- 5Sterllni 13ft 13'13'. Mexico 20.62. unchanged._ -- r- I6ELJEV. ,lC _ -.
here was the lowest > Can Dry 0 Ale n. 8 131* 13-t 13'. Drue .:: S 39 38ft17H 33 U I --- ; pwA.5'cil' -
since April ,Caned J Pacific -u 20 11V. 11V. 11'. Btokely-V.o Camp 2 1'7'. 1'7". I| Snakes turn their old skins r'L ? ?
28 and compared with 210,000 > _-__ 7 14i 14H 14N Stone & Webster 1 13'. 13% 13-. ,' side out as they crawl out |
. 'Tuesday. Case (JI) Co _____ 3 34'. 34 34ft Studebaker Corp 38 19% 19% 19% wrong ;
J Caterpll Tractor 2 54 54 54 Sunray Oil ._: 27 xd 9', 95s 9% I of them. _
I!Celine Corp -_=:: 10 19ft 19 1/ 19% Sunshine Mnt ___ 5 9% 9'. I%, i /
FLORIDA FRUITS I IJACKSON7 Cent Foundry .-- 1 Vs 9S 9% SwiftT o. Co ____ 9 33% 33 33 \ 1 )
Itil: AP) The Federal State J Orro de Pa* =. 7 32 31% 32 i \ -
Market News' 8errlc early New York market Certain-Trad Prod 14 14 V4I 14% 14 V4 Texas Co '_hOh 31 60% fit) 60% .- : ,
ea Florida fruits and vet etablra: I Cites k Ohio 7 tIS';'. 45 45 Twas Gulf SulDh 6 49\. 49 49'' "
Snap bean ba plentiful' 1.50-3 50. !i Ch M SP & Pu 10 9 8% 8% Tex Pac C ft 0 > xd 29'. 29% jot. ..
itrlnilM Black Valentines 1.00-450. best Chi ft NW nOon 6 18ft 18% 18\. Tex Pie L Trust .. 12 18ft 18... 18'' --
4.00-4() 50. Florida Belles 1.25-3.25. few 3.50. 'Chrysler CtTP47 102. 101\. 101ft Tide Wat A OU ._ lid 19'" 19ft 1.Tr.numerl..a .-. : /
bountiful poor to ordinary 75175. :1C I T Flnatt ______ 23 41', 40ft 40ftCocaCola ___ 1 12ft 12ft 12'. DIXIE : 2
Urns bean ba few 6.80. decayed and __n__ 1 150 150 150 Trana & West Air 7 18% 18 18 /
poorly filled 200250. Coltate-Palm-P _n_ 10 4314 43 43 Tri-Cont Corp 2 It 6 8 I '
Cabb... 50 pound sacks domestic round Col Fuel .ft Ir -u 14 14ft. 14% 14%, Twent C-FOX _n__ 6 30% 30% 30% -
Sew 3.50. red poor to ordinary 2.50-3.50. Column Gaa .& D .u 29 11 101101., UUnion SMf FOSDICKj
Celery 16 Inch cratea Ooldenheart Coml Credit 3 39 Vi 39 39 Bat .ft P T 29% 29 291*. OH ( DOKTT HERE COMES THAT STUPID A FCvJ YOU LOOK tEAj.RrT1

to fair 3 doxen 2 50-5.50. 4 doom 2.50-5.50.poor Coml Solvent h_-_ 7 24 23 H 33% I Union Carbide _h_ 18 99 98% 98'.H J4.EEI.IZE THET THE: GIRL HE. < DICK, rosDICK-A UTTLEl 1 TO MY FACE AN RAVISHING TONIGHT J UNCLE1
6 dozen 200-5.25. I doten 200-4.25. 10 Com with Edl 9 30 H 30ft 301 V4 Union OU Cal ... 7 21% 211% 21*. LOVES IS ACK-SHUUY HiS WORST EARLY.'., I'VE GOTTA ANATOMICAL CHANGE MISS B.-AW/T-I J HOBART
dozen 175400. xx's 1.25-300. Pascal Comwlth ft South 92 3 2% 3 United Air Lines _. 33 28\. 24% 24'.
type 'WORK FAST- OR VvJO--AJ-1D-
FOSD1CK SMELL
fair to food 2-3 dotea 50-6.00.. few 6.50. 'Con Edison: _n 25 xd 254'. 26*. 26% : United Aircraft u. 22 SO 19% 19'% CNEMY. AHYF-ASE r CIGAR dUST
4 down I United Corp>> __ ___ 14 3\. 3 3 l IS ACTIKT AWFUL STOOPlD-BUT. siosnr i.nrcone \
425550. few hish a* '.00, 3-4 I Cons Vultee nh IS 14ft 13 .. 13% : Kill ttieltfihl
down poor 300350. Coat Bak ______n_ 1 15 15 15 United Fruit u____ 11.. U* 49 ; ) ( Scabies ) MEBB HE GOT A PLAN ff OH, :
Cucumber bo fair to good 4 00-.600. COD Can _____h 14 37" 37.4 37 I United Gas Imp __ 4 23% 23 23 AH GOTTA B'UIEVE THET-OR -5-' C
1 mark 6.50-7.00. Cont Motors 10 54a 8 Unit-Rex Drug ... 15 8% 81% 8%
ordinary I
00. 1 mark 1.00-5.SO, poor to to fair ordinary 2.50t Cont Oil Del _uu____ 14 40 39% 39% U S Gypsum h___ 4 97 95% With i t ---U. GO HAD rr \
1.25.3.25.: 1 mark 4.00. Corn Excbant ____ 1.. 54 54 I U S Rubber ______ 9 47 46V. Siticide Ios -
Zttplant bu Irregular, some vasty and Corn Product ____ 2 69ft 69 69% U 8 Steel __--.__ 39xd69. 68% 95".1 Z ,..
decayed 50400. I Crane Co _______ 7 31.. 31% 31% 'NWarner This liquid preparation kills ==
Xecarole: bu 150200. | I mite )
West Ind 8u| ._ 3 27". 27'. with which .
Kndlve-Chirory ba wOol 100225. | Publlshi _h 14 8% 1"I'. u I It cornea in f.2
Corn crates yellow I dozen ears 4 00. (CurtUs-Wrltht ____ 10 5 4% 4% 1 West Un Tel A .. 6 18% 18% 2n.1: from contact. Buy 8ITICIDE ( 4.0El ill '
Limes 1-5 ba carton Persian. 300-3.25. 'Cutler-Hammer _-u 3 22 22 22 Writing Air Br _. 7 30% 2944 iuclde your druggist or send floe to -
3-5 ba cartons lane six 3.75too.s D I Westlnc Elec --_ 17 25% 24% 24%I Co.. commerce. Oa. (AdrJ
ba boxea fair quality &.00. 'Deereft Co 3xd35: % 35% 35% IDoro ftl ... 2 37% 37 37 -
Propers ba California Wonder fair to Del ft Hudson ... 4 3'7\1a\ 37% 37\% I White __--- 6 22% 221. 22ft9V. _
food 800-1250. ordinary 4 SO-S 00. other Del Lack ft West .. 3 7 7 7 Wlllys-O-erland u- 20 9% 9ftII1
bullnoae ordinary to fair 4.50-7.50. Detroit Edison _u_ 26 23% 23% 23% Wilson tit Co __. 13 12% ills IF VITAMINS
poor .. Woolworth (PW) __ 6 44'. ...144%
to very poor 00350. Dist Corp-Seaf 34 13% 13'. 13'. ,
Potatoes 100 pound aacka 8ell.. -1tat._- Dome Mines .._ 5 16'. 16', 16.. Worthlnc P ft U 4 55% 54 55ft62V. : DON'T BUCK YOU UP
dln type US Oae ome brat marks 4.0Oi Douslas Aircraft ... :3 62,. 62 62: V4 YYounlllt I i-
other 300-3.50. few 3.75. B ilw .ome Dresser Ind us t _':u 1 17 17 17 8h ft T .. 13 62% 62% 1
best mark 3.00. other 2.00-2.50. few 1.75. duPont de N _.___ 3 181 180% 180% 1Zenith ; try NUXATED IRON .
M pound aaeks TJS On. best mark 2.50. S.Eastern Radio _h__ l' 18'4 18% i Wbea roar doctor gives Tim a awdk-lm and tt 1- i
few high a* 3 00. -r. 1.75-2.25. I : Air L u__ 18 22'. 22 22% Zonite Products 6 7% 7'. ....', help ,.... be true another. medic' .,.. IAI,- [ Tl4Y'RE1
B alxe 1.25-1.50. cer': : : few 1 00. red- I' Eastman Kodak __. 1 238 238 238 Approximate final total today 151.1 wl>.. ir itsmlns .,.', burk joit .... try WEJUSTDONTWANT 5AV WHAT THEY MUST THINK FE4f MINUTES; LATER.AN .

Ponuact 100 pound ascIi US Ont few I El Power tt U ___ 15 1613". 13% .SfXATED IRON to kelp build rote full red'risc ? TO SE EaU ARE VDU COPS! WHY IP THOSE J
3.00, B slae 2.00.Sqv.sh I Emerson El M .._ S 11% 11% 11'\<. A man spends 23 years of his I I .. !. ,osr blood. Fur full rM Mood .belpi. ""nyef OKAV-SO I WAS EMPTV STOCE AND A
U Net hut wrmdcrTuL Suit t MTXATKr' GET ? A cisciEs BUTT INTO
\ INTO GUVS
*. hampers yellow 2 00-2 50.- Ent Pub _Berries._ S 28 21':11 lifetime in bed. If he lives to I IRON t.klMs. lor .uitos.bile.. 4 Ii.. these s lair FOOLING WITH I OQOPPED p PAY TELEPHONE *)
Cocoielles 2.50-3.00. few 225. Zuchlnnl Erie RR t 9 51. 8%" theI trUL But em coir ss directed ee. the label. ANY TROUBLE, BUNCH OF MV BU'51NE95I'LLJJ.jpusw
250-300. ba coeozelles 2J5-3.23. mostly rParns age of 70. I THE PEANUT ccw
250300. <. ba 175275. Tel Rad .. 7 6% 6 .. I : 8ro K. STOOLPIGEONS -n4EiuJj VLclP
Plrntone T & R __ 6 I 91'.. SI 1\.1 MACHINE; wwrr'sIT DQ1VEIiuij ? TEETH IN '
CHICAGO LIVESTOCK PUntkote .__u__ 6 28 27'i TO \OUCUYSP ,
Florida Pow _____ 4 15% 15'. -
CHICAGO (AP USDA) Salable hoes SOFA BEDS AND CHAIRS TO MATCH _

8.50O.hither total 7.000: market active and 1.00 I 1 Oen use -________ 29 34% 34'. 34% 1
on weights under 250: pounds; Oen Foods 4 41
% 41% 41%
weithti. SO over 250 Ib>> moderately active nneveh. Oen Motor--:== 56 58% 58 55Oen I 2 PIECES r1 l'
rent to 1.00 hither. mostly 75' I rub Utll ____ 27 14V 1414% 79.50
cents bulk up; sows around /50 rents hither;1 !. Gillette Sat R u__ 7 29%. 29 29%
good and choice 170-250 Ib 23.7524 \lOoodrich BFl, 4 55
3444'544i
300-350 75: top!ib 25 21 00 00-22.SO: 260-290 few lb 22 50-23.75 i I Ooodyear T .ft R h, 7 50% 49'. 49'. RUSSELL FURNITURE CO.
10.75-2100' 350-400 Ib I' Oraham-Palte Mot 25 3', 3". 3%
18.25-18.75:: few most 19 rood 00. and choice a.wa i I I Ot Northn Ry P( .. 3 39... 39% 39% -
Greyhound Corp>> _h 25 30% 3030%
Salable cattle 11.000. total 11.000: salable I I Drum Alre En 17 22% 21% 32%
calve 1.000. total 1.000: few steer. I' Quit Mob ft Ohio 7 8'. 8% 8%
two yearllnts loads and choice heifer fairly active, itcady:; I' Gulf OU __ ____ 11 62% 62% 62Ta
around 1.500 Ib fed HHart

steers held above 21.00: low to t.erate- Sen ft M __u 4 31% :31 31
choice fed steers and lone yearlings" U.OO2'0 Hares Mfg u_-__ 10 6'. 644 6% Y/
; bulk medium to top-toed steer and I _
Homestake Mln 9 43% 42 42 .
yearUnc 2100-24.75: : food and choir* Houston OU A_:::: B 31% 21'. 31% Hcgs4Yn-1 .. to ..._. -
heifers 21.80-24.25; cows active. strong to Hudson Motor ___ 19 15% 15% 15 II % : 1 't..: .. WIlY COULDN'T HEHAVE" -/
25 cents hither; most beef cows 14 00- DIXIE! CRYSTALS $'4 726d?ThE gCE-Nl AN U&Ly
141'E
17.00: lew 'to 19 00; tanners and ImaInly Illinois Central ... IT 33% 21% 21&. : i. NA-u--MreD* 7tA 5.45LE5CA14&44 a ( LITTLE BeAT BUAOPIhJ'
11.00-13; bull strong ood I -
; Interlake Iron _n_ 11 1110'. 11',. AA'B.4gY PII&1IBLVF6YE6 OFF GUCH A
welthty aauaace kinds 17.00-17.50: : vealers lot Harvester _____ 11 83%. 82%. 82% 577 g.cL47t744; MAN6LA44 PRETTY
/50 renta hither; good and choice: kind I lInt Nick Can _____ 25 31% 31.,. 31% ZM--- 1Ff WW NE. T3A/VIE/ (MAY norwc.MY .
24 00-26 00. Int Paper __,.,____ 25 43 42% 42% CON SCIENCE'
Salable sheep 4.000. total 5.500; food i Int Tel Tel 16 12% 11% 12 SUGAR Ae&OlOFASHIONED
and choir fed wooled lamb active, '

steady: five loads scaling: 100 Ib down !I Johns-Msn.tlle ___ 4 llS4'a 11544 Ult/ -
23.2V23.50: ; lower trades wooled lambs Jones ft L Stl ___ :3 31S 31>* 31S
slow three lads medium and good 21.OO- I K /
22.50; cUpped: lamb. 25-35 cent hither: Kin Cit, South 16( 19ft 19 19 -
coed and choice 105-117 Ib i j Kennecett Cop ___ 27 44'. 44ft 44ft42ft .5-- _
J1oj
) lamb with Mo. 1 and 2 pelt : 1 !!'iKroter Co ____--, a lIeI U .. 42 \ OAIK IIOWN LIGHT $1OW4 .
. held hither: slaughter ewes acaree steady; *
tood and choice wooled eves 10.5011.00.KRETOL I l Laded Oa* __ S 5 S 5 XXIX CON. ICTIONE9.S TA.UTS AND CUIt J \\ 1

Lehlth C ft It 11 10ft 10>. 10'. _
Llb-O-F Glass __ 7 50'. 50 50'. I
p I I Libby MeN ft! I. 13 8'. 84 I*. MAN WHO 1 I: HAVE TO POK, I" :

Lockheed Air, 21 13'. 13'. 13ft IN BOTTLES AND AT I GoIJG F.CAU '9iJC' /
Loew.M; Ine -._ __ 20 21!* 21ft 21ft FOUNTAINS TD KR:.UKA eEAUTIFVL&R.LF, / ':

I Mack Truck 2.. 48 48
i Macy tRHi ..__ 4 33 32% 32%

Marine Midland __ 10 73a 7 4,..
MarshaL Field -_u II 2e'. 2644 26'4 a
Martin OU 33 21ft 20 20 ---.1
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I Mld-Cont Pet ::::: 21 35ft 34 U 35 0

I M.ltan-T. ____ 3 4>4 4S 44 _- '
Montcom Ward n_ 20 54 53ft 53.. GETTiNG OFI jI -F 0/At I'
| Murray Corp -..___ 4 12ft 12.4 12.4 I
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KILLS ., Auto rib _u__ lid 10's 1<<1'. 10'. BUSSES AEMT A ) f2
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BUGS I Net Biscuit __--___ :21 29 28 ft 28 ft .
Mat Can 7 10 9>. 0'*. %


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11. Special Notices I U'. Beauty Parlors I I 11B.1 Laundry Work 19. Services Offered |119.I ServIces Offered 33. Articles for Sale Wrlanbo Srnttnrl

Classified find I BE INDEPENDENT Co: your' own '
DO UNEXPECTED: TRIPS you A..mMAM-Pros..eth. graduate PAINTTNO Brush
Industrial
or spray. WELL DRILLING-Let drill
unprepared Why worm 5-hour I nake appointment for your ,rad. I laundry. Try the Helpy-Selfy Laun- residential.I us your ATTIC P'AN5--Amertun Blower and THURS. MAY 8. 1947 Page 17
or Water proofIng well and Install your pump for ,
Century-Hunter. 36. 42. 48- la Installed
I waahera. Open ..enln... no -
dry cleaning service available. Peck'sQuality nation permanent now! 20 X. Pine; dry appointment
specialty. .
our Exteriors
1'sc horn
I so I or Irritation. Easy payments Convenient terms. WyckofftHdw. -- -
813 E. Washington 6462. necessary. WeedenMatnlielpySelfy
Cleaners. i l Laundry. 2304 L RoblDI ft. 40.000 .... ft. or over. Anywherela nothing down. 3* month to par.Belmany .. 2324 Kuhl. M.
Articles for Sale
I, State. Free estimates. Best la reterence. Well Drilling and Pump
SenUnel-Stor MURIEL PARKER. Spiritualist! ReadIngt AMERICAN BEAUTY SALON-44ft dial 9437. CHINESE I
dally. Circle Thurt. I PJB W. Church opposite Rialto Thea I ton; *. Fh 4951. Rt. 1. Box 95. Supply. Winter Garden Rd. 1 mile ALUMINUM CASEMENT WINDOWS

Want Ad RatM 2613 E. Washington. Dial 2-0601._ ter. Bonnie formerly with Elizabeth: 19. Services Offered IS THE (? fLL, Kissmmee.P'la._ T. K. Galloway. east of Orlo Vista. Orlando 7087._ I Immediately Awning style Screens windows for all Available kinds of CONCRETE 9 HP. electric MIXER motor-Portable 600 standard with

Salon. Welcomes -her patrons and PAINTING Licensed contractor. WASHING MACHINES: REPAIRED by 1 block pallets Ualon 0. Wright
MOSTSPOKEN
hospital metal windows.
casement Aluminum
PRACTICAL MTJRSE.: (2 year's :
friends. For appointment 6931. Quality of the beat that costs you
ph.
Daily 25c fine Block Plant. Winter .
per training). experienced la dIets I leu Brush or spray. Stanley P. Cur I experts wt us. genuine factory root and siding. Alto aluminum ta- | jOtrdenCONOOLtUM __
(Minimum char*. TSoSunday and care of and and convalescent CHARLOTTZ-KAY: BEADTT Salon t Ia. 23930. paru. All work guaranteed Wt tell I rate door. Automatic type. Southeast RUGS In aU ittea.
JOe line Cheerful. eool home. Call 8608 Ph. 4014. Invitee you to see them APPLIANCES SERVICED: Washing part and wringer rolls for all types' Steel Sales Co.. 100 W. Amelia Ate.. '
per LANGUAGE Special prices on all furniture
for beauty culture. Hilda Monet machines serviced. Prompt efficient I i PAINTING-Exterior. Interior. All of wtshert. Cildwell Harris Repair downstairs. Phone 2-1442
Minimum charge 0.I SWEDISH MASSAGE-For arthritis; Vivian Lawrence. Margaret Whldden. repair on all makes. We have 1 work tuaranteed. Licensed and Service 2213 Edgewater Dr.. Slauthter't. 48 West Central Ave_
neuritis: slenderizing; Mist Gil McCrory Bide. the parti. Brlttt. General Electric IN THEWORLD bonded. Call 2-6922. phone 2-1972. ALUMINUM LADDERS. Itrtltht; S. : COMMERCIAL REFRIOERATOR3-
[ Consecutive Dan ISc line a dar bert. 1206 W. Tale Ave. 2-2918. upstairs.GENE'S I Franchised Dealer. 356 N. j I. I|' 10. 12. 14 ft. Just rttht for the
Orangt. WASHING MACHINE
Consecutive Dan ISo line a day : PAINTING-Waterproofing: all masI 1 REPAIRS All home. 42 eu ft. capacity. 1947 model for
Ladles only.SPENCER BEAUTY S'B'OP-Sprtn. tpeclala. Phone 8942.WNINOSSPeclai. surfaces. makes. Maytag Firestone. Orange and Concord. Immediate
(Count t Words t line 'I I onry Thoro system. official service delivery. Walter J. Wilcox
Average
National Individually Big reduction la heat waves. I' Porches doo's. windows screened.: I, Barton's next to Colony Theater. i{i AIRPLANE 110DEL3=Complet.l Out of atat.> IllteaBlnlll SUPPORTS Cold waves a specialty.' 204 8. Main.-I models and -- -
Winter Park accessories. HO-O
Bonded. Insured. N. J. Barnes. 9j. I
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Insertion 3Oe per lint dealcned. Mrt. Warren. 1202 E. I Pbone 6686.MOTHER'S I! Railroad ; CASH REGISTERS: Florida Cain
:3 Consecutive Days 25 Una a day Washington Phone 2-3506 or 2-3085. A designs of individual PLUMBING-Clyde Thompson 1452'j WELL DRILLING-We specialise .a''' supplies Htleys.boats 214 racing N. Ortnte can. Model 6668 i Register Ohnrr Agents; tales ".
T,Consecutive Dan 20c line a day DAY BFCCIAL With I beauty: oa each home. Call : I' work. 24 hour service Ph. small diameter deep wells. 2", 2%" Ice supplies 230 8. Main; 6650.
minimum 3 ]UMf) TO ALL REALTORS and broken. My each permanent we will five a 9 94. Ventilated AwnIngs of Orlando. | Residence_ 1210 Eastln St | and 3" Can Install well and pump ATTIC FANS--AU types. Complete DOORS-Ssih made of .hit.-pjij;
AU Want-Adi start la the Orlandr property located at 1751 Kuhl Ave.It free manicure Our operatora spe I Room 115. 14 K. Church St. ; PLUMBING- -Bill King for prompt of FHA plan. Call or write F. P. I I I engineered installation. Orlando Screens: lawn chain cabinet AU
Morning Sentinel and are printed nOl for tale. Mn B. Swlnden. clauSe In all kinds of beauty culture. :AWLiNKDUSTING: -Specializing guaranteed repairs phone 5059. French. Lontwood. Fla, Phone 6. Sales" Service Co. Inc.. ph. 2-0959. types of wood work Orlando Woodcraft

in both the Sentinel and The V. D. J.tIRCER-Ket.1: man and associates Mario Beauty Salon. 713 N. Mill ] In citrus work vegetables water- : Residence 1729 Grand Ave. I 1! ALUMINUM SUPPLIES-Flat sheet i Industries. 1SOO' W Washington
Orlando Star! en the tame date. are no longer associated 6600. melons. R. C. Potter Phone 3967 :I The only Chinese I PLANNING ON A HOUSE-We will'' or roofing. See Profile Supply Co.. St
Shop. Is located RA Y'S UTOPIA BEAUTY SALON- Apopka. with Hughes Dusting Serv build needs Rex ISOO Atlanta Ave. phone '7124. DESK--33
now
Paint
with Vogtt your .
The Want-Ad Department U open \ PAINT ESTIMATES: -Color sussesUons. tne.lil21; I : X 34 in. with 2 lane
from 8:JO a.. to 6 p-m. dally. la rear of Diamond T. Sales and 805 J:. Washington Si. phon. 8723. ice. Zeilwood. know is, "no tickee, no Reliable painters recom- Builders. 37th Street. P.O. I i ARMY-NAVY GOODS-Kapoe life :' orawers Only si !O. 1121 N. Or-

Sunday from 0 to 12 .... Service. 103 N. Orange Blossom Trail.I I Mother's Day Specials. Permanent. APPLIANCE: SERVICE Refrltera- washee." mended. Hatch. 6001. At Glidden't. Box 2982. I i I jacket, gas masks, leather brief'1 I. Undo Ave Winter Ptrk.i .
will not be responsible for any 86 50 and up. tora. washers all appliances too II I caret.: Navy kites; mosquito bars DRINKINO
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Deadline tor Sunday paper Bator debts ether other than my- I I paunchos rain coats, I. FOUNTAIN-Kel.ln.tot.
or wise RAY'S BEAUTY PARLOR-AU types radios): reasonable. Work guaran 'i : ammunition I I automatic thermostat.
a day noon.Advertiser. self and will recognize only my own permanent waves. Pre-heat and teed. R. M. Uedlin: Ph. 7364 or 31. Good Things to Eat boxes. Many Items at low prices.Morrann Hardware.. .. 102 W Church. BumbyI
are regnested to notify signature upon checks business cold wavea a specialty. Dial 4222. 2-3021. 1 Salvtee Store. 46 E. Church I I
us Immediately 01 any errors ta forms etc. Wlttlt D. Vogt._ | 38 East Pint. On. place only. I ALTERATIONS Dressmaking and 19. Services Offered PLUMBING SUPPLIES BREAKFAST-Platt lunch: homemade BICYCLE WHIZZER MOTORS See :DINING ROOM SUITE-!9-pe 2-PcI
their adt at the nUod-8tar! will -- Registered Surveyor.S I sandwiches. Ma does the our large assortment of living room suite Premier vacuum
W. P. KELLY SPRING > RWANENTS-Machineor button holes. Ferris Fashlonette. kOOK SANDING-Finishing. clean.ins. Anything you need in plumbing. Wt bicycles. sweeper 701 CIa St
be responsible for only ont Incorrect Church and IbID Arcade. Phone machlnelest W Edtewtter Drive. I eookine. pa erects the crowd atLaney's. ,, Come In and select your motor today i -- _
86 DP: phone 9964. 2202 waxing modern equipment. All : have the goods and we have the DELCO
insertion. 149 N. Orange.MOTHER'S Immediate delivery. PUMPS-Shallow well. 25
6346. Jewel Charm _ Whixzer
Salon.
506 W. Amelia. ALLIS CHALMERS SERVICE and work guaranteed. Licensed bonded. prices Duo-Therm mtter heaters.DuoTherm and 42-tal
tanks.
Motor Installed
Sales 602. N. Orante Ave.24S87 I EasyPayments.
You Can Place Your parts; tractors and power units. I I 10 yrt. experience. For prompt service furnaces. City Hornet DAY DINNER-Eat yours Wyckotl Hdw. 2524 Kuhl
12. Lost and Found 15. Schools end Instruction Farm and Home Machinery CO.. 430 phone 21370. Bass Floor Surfacing i Plumbing Co. 127 W. Fairbanks Ave. at Lake Eola Hotel Call now and
Want-Ad by Telephone W. Robinson phone 2-2713. Co.FURNITURE. i Winter Park. Ph. 266. : make reservations Ph. 24114. BICYCLES-Special-839 95. Behwlnn. DOORS-Interior and exterior''i *
BILLFOLD LOST Sunday nllht. Con- I II' Rollfast. and Huffman. Also complete dewa. first quality Chicago lac
ACCOUNTING. ,
For
Engineering Sigh ORANGES-Of the best.
very .
I i I
Dial 4161 ACETYLENE and electric welding
tatna 8165 in cash and 1450 In School: International Correspondence : Vl'BOLSTERY-Renn- shipping or home use. Call Leon stock of parts and areesxories. tory made. Offered' to first biyert.
cheeki. Reward If returned to Claude Schools! Vet Approved. 1.. O. machine work on pumps taw mills Ishlng 4 piece bedroom suit PLUMBING West Central Plumblnz 4232. SO W. Central. We deliver. Whixzer Motor Sales. 602 N. Orange I Limited stock Buy today for future
construction -
Stokes. 1233 22nd St. or phone 8703. Rowe. Box 2974 and road machinery 14250. 2 piece living room suite 867 Ave. 24687'BABY requirements Phone 2-2370; 22ad i
; ph. 8282. i I, aluminum and bran etstlng. MeKln- up Paul's Repair Shop. Ph. 2-1168 & Heating Co. 15 N. Bryan. Day VALENCIA ORANGES-The best to St. end Rio Grande
10. Baby Sitters-Child CareCHILD BILLFOLD LOST-Front" of American HIGH SCHOOt.-'Compleie your high ney Machine Works. 131 W. Kaley. I 2-2236. Night 7138. ship. Wt have them! Also for CARRIAGE-Maroon Thayer.
Grocery. Saturday school at home In spare time with I'1 AWNINGS. porch curtains. Venetian FLOOR SANDINO AND FINISHING home use. SI.25 bushel. Grapefruit _815 626 W. Winter Park Ave. I

CARE Zllper1e ed. Special Corner of Jackson and American School.l Texts furnished j I: blinds, gilder covering. Pull line of -Prompt service. Modern equipment 75e bushel. King Fruit Co.. 1401 W. BICYCLE-Boy's. 26". excellent' I DEEP HELLS! AND PUMPS,
rates for working mothers. Ages : Please return the papers nenlnl'l No classes. Diploma. Free booklet I j I I material. Phone 9826. Florida Awning I II : portable power unit. Established Washington; 7267. dition. 820. Two 600x16 tlrex with '
I keep the Write American School. Dept. O.C. 1935. Skilled workman: licensed; tubes 82 etch Rear. of 11 Hill St. i
3 years and up. Call fc-6155. may money. : i I I Co.. 432 8. Huthey. I j PLUMBING AND PUMP SERVICE- I Time payments. 36 to ,
I Melba Mayo. 8-Star P. O. Bon 3161. Orlmndo.BEAt. I I bonded: Insured. Stevens Floor Sur- 32. Articles for Rent BUILDING Large frame church ; w'o: pay
ALARM CLOCKS REPAIRED-Any j Co. i Pay while asint. have all type
faelnt Phone 6582
WOMAN available for sitting with
DOG LOST-2-year-old riprap point- ESTATE: : LAW and. pr.etlce.1 j kind of clock or electrlo equip1I Tru,'. Plumbing & Pumps. Ootha.Florida. building. 30 X 60 ft. Good lumber.I|: pumps on hand. Come la-Look them
children shut-ins evenings. 410
or I tr Black and white tick. Answers Ito I I Preparation for broker and tales-I I I: ment. We fix: everything. Barker Re- FLOOR 8ANDING-l"Inllhlnl. clean- FLOOR SANDER. edger and polisher Suitable for wrecking for' smaller I ever. Libby ft Freeman. Ill W.
Magnolia Ave. __!h. 5578. I "Rex- Call chapman. 2-0744) or'' man Classes start each week. 139 palm Shop. 48 W. Central. Ph. 7696I Int. waxlnt. Exclusive atent for Please dial 116. Ask for-County for rent. Johns Hardware 2208 construction. Receiving bids through I Chuirh.

WILL CARE for children or invalids '- 827. Reward j I I. Pin. St. Phone 6566. I 1 I *ADVICE TO BUILDERS-And Supply I Flor-Co Sealer. which guarantees perfect 1919-J-13. Edaewater: Drive telephone-2- 915. May: 20th only Contact Rev. J. E.

8 '.Ift. til 2 p m, daytime. Best WALLET LOST-Black leather. Infrared quotations. See Mr. Xgou at Mills satisfaction to you who desire FLOOR SANDER anti edger; also cabinet Winstcad. s. Main 81. at City Limit
references Ph. 7281. I Earl Whit. Contain papers 16. Travel Information I I IBIRMINGHAM. & Nebraska. I Quality Lasting Floors. Estimates sander and floor polisher. 'Winter O.rdrn.B DEWALT POWER SAWS-Also Parka

: and tome cash Return to circulation I I free. Orlando Floor Surf'rln Co.. Wyckoff Hdw. 2524 Kuhl. 2-2821. *nuuTILP: : in rust proof planers. Mall saws drills. Logan
WILL KEEP CHILDREN at my home. department 8-Star. Liberal reward. ALALeavlng Saturday !1 BEAD AND PEARL STRINGING I Established since 1925. 1809 N. Or RADIO SERVICE-Special attention FLOOR SANDERS--=-- New American PermatUe. All colors: low cost. metal. lathes. J. D. Feast telephone
Excellent care provided. 727 Citrus May 10th. Take two. Please i I jewelry and watch repair; guaran- ante Ave. ..h. 7836 given large radio-phono combinations Free estimate. Bob ,
Sweeney ph.
WALLET LOST-Lad black plaatie. "8" new edcer Reasonable ratet. Mount Dora 3753
Ave. I Flung from ear by child. | Call8139._ j, teed. Nogrady's. : :. iLMalrudetAze.BOOKKEEPNQSERVICE..... .- I I with automatic chanters. Service C. R Burke. 1805 8. Bumby. 7851. 2-4832. DIAMOND RINo1It.lr... For furI .
WILL BOARD 2 children in home.Please to fit your guaranteed highest quality. Brltts
my downtown Orlando or Orange Blot- I BETHEL. CONN'-Want one to do | BATHROOM PIXTURES-Builtin'',
telephone 2-4626. torn Trail. Valuable papers and >i driving. Will take care of all ex- I'I Individual needs. At your office or FLOOR SANDING-Finishing and I 0 E. Radio Service, 336 N. Orante. FLOOR All 8.ANDER-Ed.er Arnold Paint and Store.polisher 407 i Ironing boards: telephone cabinets !I('(3MS i iher. information please telephone

I money. Return to Mrs. W. 8. Terrell. penses. Reference 200 Lakevlew Dr, ours. Moderate fees. 2-1287. Parker I laying. Modern floors with modern [ phone 8942._ S Orante.new 2-3788. Parking in rear. Smyth Lumber Co.. N. Orange and' -
1L fepeclal Notices 422 Z. Pore Ave.. 2-4232 Reward. I Orlo Vista I Business Service. methods: modern dustless equipment. I RADIO REPAIRS-You've tried thei Railroad.BICYCLEMiens. ELECTRIC RANGE. apt size. New
BUILDING 'repairing and painting Free estimates. Specializing in Pene- rest now try the best Barton FLOOR SANDERS New American I\ O E. refrlterator. Nest' of tablesAntlaue .
WILL PERSON WHO found black I i CARIBBEAN-GUATEMALAN crulset i i brand Colum1
{ new
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I Prompt service. Licensed and bond- tre-Ue finish. Price 6e per ft. finished next to Colony Theater Winter Park 8" new edter. Reasonable ratet platform rocker Drexel
AMANDA BRADFORD Psychic. reading plastic tipper pocket book. with I I Orlando Travel Service. 118 X.: I I 1 Telephone 2-8482
C. R. Burke. 180S S. Bumby. 8751 room furniture. Gay & Lord 4-potter
ed. J. W. Montgomery ph. 2- 12J. Modern Floor Surfacing Co. Phone 93.RADIOS .
: circle 2:30: Wed. 561 West ColUmbia personal belonging of no value to Central: dial 9504. I I Ph 2-4150. I __ BA BATTERIES for radios. All typef : bedroom suite complete Other pieces.
Ave: ..h. 2-2331. anyone else please return to Bears CLEANING AND PRESSING Cash REPAIRED: to 18-houl FLOOR SANDERS-Two. new T..dl.n .
HAVANA and Nassau by boat or I flashlitht batteries large or small 1911 Lakeside Drive Ph. 9900.
and two polishers for rent
cashier and collect reward. and prices wW save you service. Work tuaranteed Pickup 1
Travel Service. I carry
planeCall Orlando B. F
Goodrich. Garland =
I and Robinson ELECTRIC WATER'BEATERS
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ADVICE BY IIUK-Re.: U. at reasonable ratea Bmyth Lumber Also
Brine clothes. 8u- and delivery.' Coopers MusIc Store.
money. us your ,
116 E Central dial 9504. AYe.BATHROQ.I.
Thrash. Christian Light Church. ; Co. N. Oranee and Railroad .... Popular sizes select yours this
14. Beauty Parlors perlor Cleaners. 214 Boone St > ?0 W Church Phone 4652.REIR1OERATIO4 .
4 ssTtrcU Tuet 2:30.: Wed. 8 p.m. 24626. NORFOLK, VA. Sailor leaving 'I I II FURNITURE UPHOLSTERED-Reflnished. i 1 PAINT 8PRAYERS-6kU-sawa. bench- I ACCESSORIES Top week Walter J Wilcox. Inc. 01 E.
Thursday. May 8th. Take 2. Call CABINET AND MILLWORK to spe- Slip rovers Intrant-Brown. SERVICE House- i '
.u.rCK CARLIN-Room 804. Florida AMMERMA1TS-Individual attention | 2-2038 ,\ citl order. Central Florida Lumber 418 W. Central2OOTM) or 2-2353. I hold ana commercial. Specialize I In I saws cabinet tenders floor landera. towel bars dishes
soap
Bank Building. Superfluous hair gIven prospective brides. Correctness Co Mills and Nebraska. I rebuilding, repairing case*, coolers: : edgert for rent. Touni Tool Stores Co. ete. Knox ELECTRIC WATER HEATERS 30
2$ B. Pine Phone '
permanently removed ph. 4406. In waving facials tnd all OXFORD. PENN30 miles from I FURNITURE: 1- PIANOS REPAIREDand Feituion: Rttrigertuon. S N. 'ferry Rental 100_W. _W hlBLton8t. 2-3163 and 40-tallon: alto tat 30-taIlon
Philadelphia. Leaving Mon. CARPENTRY-Cabinets. screen and ,. reflnished. Russ Mattress Co. BRACKETS for I water heaters Bumby Hardware 102
scaffolds
ty beauty culturt. 20 1:. Pint; Phone 9752. I TYPEWRITERS-Rental machine for'' and saw
ADVICE-Ptychio readings dally : qU'U-j' In., take 3. Share Interior trim. General repairs. A-I. r I 1122 W. Church. Ph. 2-2213. j\I Immediate; delivery Office Equip- i iI | horses. For quick and easy opera- W. Church. .
mechanic. Rt. No. 1 Box 734-L. City. I RUGS UPHOLSTERY: CLEANED.
Thurs. 2 JOSun 7981. I tlon Mills & Nebraska
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8pm FAN REPAIRS Cleaned and serviced.expert ; i ment Exchance Smith-Corona Agents. I ELECTRIC IRONS-Automatic con
Expert workmanship fast .
mom-I' service.Guamanteed
.. I 44 H W. Church. Km. CARPENTRY. Masonry and all kinds j I 1
p.m. YOUR OWN electricians. Johnson Elee-: mothproofing 220 8. Main St. Tel 8850. I BICYCLES-Large boys or adultt trot Universal. Proctor. Samson
12. Rev. Cherry office phone 7088 17. Ilaulinic and \ I of repairs to bouse. Estimates free. service. Ph. I i
Bumby Hardware. 102 W. Church.
trte Co.. 23 E Church Ph. 5186 2-4318 Kleenlte Co. of Orlando. TYPEWRITER RENTALS Special' Good condition. 820. 1306 Lancaster -
TION BOOTH: For the right VanCamp.WlnterPsrk.9S8.J. .
BARBER SERVICE chain ready to ALLIED VAN LINES. INC.-Nation'slartest I I Jo'tJRNrrUREREP IREDr fm- ROOFING-Free estimates. 3 I monthly and quarterly ratet. Check Drive.BEVERAGE EMERSON RADIOS From 81i 115
to who wants yetrt
serve you with fast efficient service answer to buy movers of household goods. ,, CONCRETE WORK; driveways: steps. Ished like new. Cabinets made to to pty Work tuaranteed Roll with Decree Stuart 13 8. Main St. COOLER. Brunswick I up at Cooper's Music Store. 20 W.
AU Union shop. We close at 5:30.: your almost new living room CaU Fidelity Storatt & WarehouseCo. walks floors septic tanks; licensed order. Tlndall Furniture Co.. 2323 N. tbintles or built up and asbestos phone 8158. i i I Blue-Flash. Liquid and solid food Church. Phone 4652.
East: Side Barber Shop. 60 E Church. I bonded: Southern States Floor Orante Call 6546! iI I fflrllera:Ion. Easy access; ater
: suite washer or similar questions for free estimates on your long Co.. 7814 or 2-2206 for estimates.CLAY I 8mith&JSons4688._ I I Ire ELECTRIC MOTOR it h.p. Westlnf-
distance moving 56-61 W. JacksonSt. !i HOME SERVICE General repairs 33. Articles for Sale storage capacity; faster cooling. Im.medIate I house. $25. O. C. Avery. 740 N.
C. R- STEVENS. Broker I have I I read and use the SenI I RUGS AND UPHOLSTERY cleaned
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Phone 2-3184 ROADS BUILT-Also lime roes I New construction. Windows screens delivery easy terms Orlando ,Ferncreek Ave.
moved my Real Estate and Insurance paving with surface In your own home. Approved Appliance; Co.. lne. 210 M.Orange .
tinel-Star Want Ads. Dial I treatment and caulking service. Licensed and AQUELLA-Paint that mikes all :
business from 64 N. Court St.j I AERO MAYFLOWER, TRANSIT CO.- Work tutrtnteed. methods Moth proofing Prices reduced : dial 4537. ELECTRIC: : PANS-Window type ventilitlng -
to 307 W. Par Ave. Pbone 2.>>5f. 4161.. 'I Long distance moving. Call Joiner Inc. Phone 5437.Bumby & Simpton. I bonded_-Dowawell.Plsone 9522.: Dixie Rut Cleaners ph 7642. masonry surface waterproof. We I fan: also floor and table
Van and Storage service for free I HOusE :-WumOWS-WASBED-- ROO have various colora Smith Lumber BEVERAGE COOLER-Used 8 foot. models.' Knox Stores Co.. 25 Z. Pine.
estimates: also local moving ttorace. CONTRACT BUILDING of new side and out. Floors waxed and REPAIRING roofs installed Co.. N. Orange and Railroad. S12S Ire' cream cabinet new. 495. Phone 23163.ELECTRIC .
packing crating and shipping. 1400 homes and repairs to homes and 7228. Patchmt and painting I ATTIC Florida Business Equip. Co. 390 N.
OUT OUR WAY polished Phone Bamberg or Red' the Rooler" Phone 2-125S. FANS-All aUei. Complete MOTORS-2.. and 1/3
I 4
8. Division '7988.DnM'S buildings of any kind. Repairs financed Orine.e. 5454.:
ph.
: call nights 23098. selection of small fane Orlando 2
_ hp used gasoline motors. Power
: DELIVERY Service phone I See T. P. Fulltrd. 39 E. Ame HUGHEY'S HOME REPAIRS-From REFRIGERATION: REP You've Appliance; Co Inc.. 210 N. Orange : BAKING OVENS-Singlt and double lawn mower. Whlrl-a-wlnd type with

V WE'RE NOTSHOCTTIM' WELL, VOL) MIGHT AS 7673: light moving and hauling. lia: phone 2-4032. _ front to back from roof to cellar. Barton's tried the next rest to now Colony try the Theater best Ave Phrn 4937. i I burner. U 25 and 18 50 Wyckofft new Brlttt and Stratton motor. 439

AT WELL SHOOT THE t.4Et4.Picrus every load Insured reasonable rates CONCRETE SERVICE Floors. Including heating and ventilating Vtrter Ptrk Phnne 93 AUTOMATIC WATER: COOLERS by Hdw. 2524! KtshlBICYCLEOinls. E. Esther. '
roofs driveways steps and walks. All work guaranteed Call 6026 Westlnghouse. Cordley. Eunroe !' .
CNOLLENBERO'S: local moving; : Excellent condition. ELECTRIC: STOVE-Apartment tite.
OPMEM BECAUSE FROM ALL .tor.... crating packing. Alto The best la enttneering. workmanship HOUSE WASHED-Screens, windows: i SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED; everything Change re' present dead expense I I New tires basket and light. 835. Uk. new please telephone 8010.
AUNTIE, TrV HORSE OPERAS 1WE'R9 sCent (or Delcher'e Long Distance and materials. Free estimates also Inside work. looks llks paint I pumped and hauled P. J. i iBU'kf. into a Investment. Terms If desired 911 E. Jefferson
I For concrete work of all kinds rail I I '. Permanent' resident; bonded. Walter J. WUrox. Inc. 61 E. ENAMEL: -Floor and deck. 8 colors
Moving. 506 St. Dial
JUST AND Mary 4965.
SEEM REAP TIEREPRACrnCII4' 6780 or 9330. Buchanan Concrete CO. Job. Clesnlnf and waxing loon Irsot-ed: _Poute_ _19:..Box 231, 2O678SEPTIC I Rob.n..n.. ounded February 1936" BOAT-14' Correct Craft outboard quarts and gallons. Knox Stores
aLONG DISTANCE MOVING AJ11 i our .""ralt! 2-4307. runabout. Co. 25 E.
rSKJT A MALE LEFT IMTH Complete with windshield Pine. Phone 2-3163
p CRIPPLJM1 1 t: points.I Packing local mov,4ng. DRESSMAKING and alterations.1108 LAWNS: MOWED Reasonable rate TANKS INSTALLED: and ATTiAi&ll iea'rfom 3d& canvas boat cover and cushions .
THEIR WHOLE WEST Suddath Ict:18;[ : Co : Anderson Street. Telephone 2-3085. mower straIght day or cleaned State approved 20 years : 48 in. We will mtjte' survy and Also Elto Senior' Speedster motor -
2. GUM HAND WITH A ,WJt, LEFT 115 W. Columbia. Phone 8154. monthly power contracts Phone 7811 In business: Altermatt Call 6730 or estimate of complete Installation at and boat trailer Ph. 2-4233.
7371for_ service : no cost. Terms up to 36 months ELECTRIC WATER HEATER8-
1 7oY.cRiwrrMF TRUCK going to Miami. Want load.Ben I iAWNM WERSSHARPENm d TREES: PALMS TRIMMED _-and Wlllard & Kelser. Vogue Theatre COCA COLA COOLERG od-:2
i SchebeL. Ph. Winter Park. repaired. Saws filed. D. M. I removed Bonded Colonlaltowa: c'1 lal 8136. desks one small tood. 2 good Automatic Beaters on hind. 12..1I -
John Newton Block.
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: i 380 WX.TRUCKi. I Browning. 140 W. Church St.. dial :. -- chairs one swivel. Phone 6823.I lon. 170 etch. Time payments.
11* Irvln Street.' Pleats phone 2114'1UP.O'.STERYRoben I
DRYCLEANING SERVICE. 9 HR- ALUMINUM V IK COWS Double
9134. Nothing down. 36 months
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to California. Want i I CASEMENT: ADJUSTERS Door clos- pay.
hung. Cost less than steel windows
load Ben SchebeL Ph. Winter Park I and S. Brown. t I ers; door chimes, lock sets of aQ Libby it Freeman. 7)1 W. Church
Why penalize your appearance with LETTER WRITING public ttenogrtnhy. 2911 N. Orange Ave.. often finest I Ke er needs paint. They wont warp
380 WX. I Parker Business Service: : I| kInds. Smyth Lumber Co.. N. Orange
: wardrobe tbirnteelsm' Quality I In fabrics. and wo'kfansMpUP"OLSTE3INO Price reduced 20% Southeast Steel
VETERANWH: TRUCK desire Cleaners.' 813 K.; Washington. Phone I 2-1287. I Sara Co. 100 W. Amelia Ave. down- er'l R*tlroad. I
short hauling : -Slip covers ref in- sf'rt. Phor.e 2-1442. iuT-GLASS: FURNITURE-Unused. Used abused
: equipped to bs;. 60S5. LAWNS GRADED fretted; top soil- -Hindptlnted dishes:
ishing We call without
furniture. lumber. cement bockt: or I' All lawn work. Free estimates I Call eblltatlon ALUMINUM MOULDINGS and trim. metal folding bed: ironing board. I I and indifferent can be bouiht
what have you. Phone 20271.CAN Eberhardt. 2.1740.LOTS i 2-0008 Intram-Bro or 22353.'UPHOLSTERINGUlne. 418 W. Central mints Also sink: rims. Standard I Reasonable 2516: Sanitarium Ave. from Mather of Orlando the homeof

HANDLE IMMEDIATELY=Loads: CLEARED Prompt service I tires 20% off. Southeast Steel Sale See_Sun or evenings til Thursdty friendly furniture, 56 E. Church.

or part loads of household goods I Free estimates any time. 116 Irvln. I I room furniture Co.. loo W. Amelia Ave. downstairs BEDROOM SUITZ-Purchaaed! Surprise I ELECTRIC FANS=Several types at
from Cleveland I rebuilt re-upholstered and Fhone2-1442. ': I INoore' Kelvinator Dept.. Bumby Hardware.
Ohio or en route. DRESSMAKING!: do plain tewI phone 21147. Jonn Newton. made new. Phone for samples and Item free. 23OO Edgewtter I 1
02 W. Church.
Main Fulford 5286.Van it Storage Co., 133 N. i int. Apply 618 West Pine Street. MATTRESSES REBUILT-New mattresses I estimates Rues Waitress Co.. 1122 AUTOMATIC WATER HEATERS Furniture. College. Ptrk.. I
; Call 21184. Electric 10; 30 and 40 gallon BENDIX WASHING MACHINE Tn FENCE!: POSTS. Cypress: 7 ft. tong
__ ._ ___ I II i made to order; finest quality W. Cturch. Ph. 2-2213. .. I
3 to 4 In. butt. S15 100. 4
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at factory prices. Echols Bed- "Mertlands Limited quantity but I good condition. Good price. Box 283 i
I DRY CLEANING We VENETIAN BUND8-RIPAIRED
18. employ only I : andrefinished S in. butt. S25
Laundry Work | dint & Furniture Co On Sanfo'dhlfhwav. Immediate Installation. Convenientterms. Sentinel-Star per 100. Little Tree
i skilled experienced .help; and :
eiperlenred-factory
emnloyer Phone
Co. Winter Park 598
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lust south of the under' Willard & Kelser. Voguefleatst
modern machinery fry us MacDulf Orlando Venetian Blind Mfg CANOES. Old Town. Just arrived.
A WAY TO SAVE-Try our telf terv- pass. P.O. Box 787 Orlando. Ph. Block. Colonlaltown: dial'' FANS-Fans of all klndt. Table,
Cleaners 204 Rldsewood. corner Co. 1739 8. Kuhl 8059. square. endd. double ended and
lq51 Ice laundry. New machines wrlnt- Rosalind Phone 21060. I Winter Park 958-W.: 8136 Sponson: 11. 13. 15. 16. 17 and 18-ft: floor. room. window and attic.
//l er type or spin dry. Play ground for I MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS Repaired WASHING MACHINE REPAIRS: =. ASBESTONE: BOARD-A wall board ',I Pine Castle Boat At Construction Co.. I Payments at low at SI.00 weekly Associated
the kiddles. Service on all makes' all work
Ample parking No
apace. I Stores. 143 N. Orange Ave.
of a 1000 Waterproof wont
uses.
Kochendarfer.' Matruder Arcade. | Pine Ctstle. Fit
appointments necessary. Strack't Self I DRESSMAKING 446 Altaloma St. cuaranteed Al Will In,. 2014 E Phone 6300.
22400.MAT'I'RWEs. Get it at Mills A Nebraska.
Phone warp.
Service 316 Washington Kate Ave. phone 624'. COUNTER FRIEZER Mills for custard -
Lt6HT il IAJ? Nvt rDrrWl'i.h to': I FANS-Fans-Fans--Excellent seleci -
St, I I MADE-old mattresses ASBESTOS 8IDINCI-And roof shin or Ice cream. Hardening boxes
r and Hughey ELECTRICAL: : APPLIANCE REPAIRS' "
'a r St., phone 6924. II and box sprints made new. Run ties. For a lifetime job. Get it at serving cabinets sterilizers. Sell all i tlon of small fans from 9 to 18".
Service K. R. Henry. adapting
| man. .
I 89! 95 .
---I Orlando Appliance Co. 210
Mattress Co. 1122 W. Church. Ph Mills A Nebraska or part. Laney't 149 N. Ortnte.
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v!_ 2ns. I It I. old oil lamps a specialty. Repairson WELL DRILLING IN. Orange Ave. 4337.
GET A LIFT with that debt : fans. Irons and all electrical ap 2-2213 I! AT'n" FANS-30. 36. 38. 40. 42. 48. CAMP STOVES: .-.Just received a large I
: load from fast Sen-I pliances. Pick up and delivery service. OFFICE MACHINES REPAIRED Our We drill and guarantee any size deep SO-lnch. Wilson Leonard Hardware. shipment. Bumby Hardware 102 FANS-Latest models. 10 Inch diameter -
a working j Prompt repair on ranges and service guaranteed. Check with well you require Pay while you 42 W. Central Phone 2-2187 W. Church. j I up to 36 Inch attic fsns.Wostlnghouse .

tlnel-Star Want Ad. It swiftly j] water hettert. Caldwell & Harris. Georie Stuart.. 13 8. Main 8U phone use welL Nothing down 36 months APARTMENT KITCHENS-Complete j CHAIRS-N.tal. for porch or lawn Emerson Bobbinsand
Myers. Walter J. Wlleox. .
7.R.wmwer sells your discards or spare 2213 Edtewater Dr.. phone 2-1972. 8158. to pay Laoby & Freeman 711 W. with electric refrigerator range in green and red. 84 95 and UP. E. Robinson. Founded In6.I .Inc.Ii

i time. Get the cash need I ELECTRICAL REPAIRING O and house PAINTING-9x12 rooms: ceiling and Church. I sink and cabinets. A few for immediate I Rockers= platform or plain.I 814.95 '
crrv you wiring. Call 4514. Miller Willis.Xlectri'tl I walls. S12 including flat oil Low I delivery. Modern Appliances.Inc. up to 885 Assorted colors. Powell I'I Ne-i
now by calling 4161 today. : Contractor. rates exteriors. Helfand. 2-4287. 'I IC"I .. 428 N. Orange: 2-2514. IWELLWELLWELLf I Furniture Co. In Colonlaltown. [Continued On Pace]

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LUMBER Everything buHdlnc U. 8. RUBBER PRDUCRabbr CLAUDE CALLAN ROBERT QUILLEN r CITY LIMITS (northv a room* and I I I PARK LAKE SECTION bedrooms

Pace 18 THURS..MAY 8.1947 i I L I lumber and weed I Lumber. V- .uetm B AVALON BLVD.-Southwest rae bath partly furnishesd. $1000 cash LAKE PN-2-tf. mo.n. 3 and bath second floor Living room
Cheney Hlchway CoDa Nlt. Cohoon .cbeI Co. of Osceola. New concrete ; Total price (4300. King Realty 30 I I 'le ; with fireplace, sun room dining
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Cent from Preceding Pace I Ih 2T12.I 138 W. St. large room*. tile b.th Open for Inspection E Charch 8433.CASSELBERRYBeautifully 1 bedroom and b.t do.utalr. room bath: kitchen and breakfast
LAWSON SOFA and matching chair built. all week o.ner. Oak floors oil b I nook first floor Oak floor*. Plenty

I I Good construction and cover. R VENETIAN Special! 58e BLINDS per -M C.tm. house Concrete block construe-furnished I I ment. Beach Owner lf t.n of cupboard and closet room 3-car
For sale .
quick
(17500
.H. Innersprtng Immediate possession Hampton -
Articles for Sale to "' mat Venetian Blind tion 2 bedrooms Near lake carage
S3: dace with matchlnc box delnf. R.dbl C.. I Hlbbard Casselberry Nicholson Realtor. 1 S. ).1 St. 1 Brokers 631 N Orange 8O31
Phone
Dr.: Lake
phol. ASHER 1615 near pormo. 1'1'1 I Phone 2-1619 '
FANS Window and ttle, from I U full a.r anle. wit or without 138 Manufactured & 3-bedroom. 1 t.bath Park '83. Brokers Invited
I
53 Church. Phon 2- I box rli. 12&eeh PoweU VENETA Bu Metal \ .p.cou. porch I r PRINCETON Modern bedroom
48lch Z In hOU. h.r- PARK
366. Co Cololaw I Wood buit dellvI I wood floors Lr. privileges -1 CPE SEON-h LAKE SUSANNAH new home thatwill I
modeU I 7-day deUYf. Installed (3600 ; you like with food groundspace. home, kitchen equipment, tIle
FREEZERS else In latest MEAT DISPLAY CA8-Plituree and Down payment.
ery me..urd 11. porches. I I .
e Immediate Only (2800Conway.
:aom -
Prompt delivery 1 I with HP
(24950 Tyler Fixture Corp. 48 W. within 79 mile of Orlando !U.te rent. Exclusive
Fo J .WU W. 61 L Robin- General Cooling A Heating C : without obllcatlon Orlando VeneUa I Boland. Realtor Carrie an Bide. 12 monthly cash bal.ae I Golden Acres 4-room house I drain, fireplace, breeseway. Owneu

ton Founded 1838. Blind Mfc 1739 8. Kuhl: 851. N. Orange; f Herman Goodwin 110.0. An with | ready to move into 120.
255.ALTA10N Brker. j Golden Rod Road S acre leaving for North Priced right SeT*I
ILUOIET 1R1 ifs MENDEL LUGGAGE-Exclusively at VENETIAN BUD 2 single bed: I Orange; 9855 N'jDUBDR I I with cood home not quite eom-
8693. Herman'*. West Church Street.MOTHER'S coil mattresses I furnished foQ
1&2.wt. 146. : ut. 2 [ pleted. but with gas Joe Thompson with Marti William
Fair : clean. Kelvlnator. FJreDe. SPRINGS 1 I SECONFaD.be I equipment Included (25OO i
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FILING 4 eU cook stove, :2e small 0h crete block bungalow AU&rom : Vernon McKclvey. Real Elt.t. i I 21 W Washington St. Phone 8106
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w.
CABIra. DAT GIFTS-Kent pyre Plant St., Ex gas '
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I/ 2 klch.a
straight chair 3
d..en. I.ter .14 a. cofteemaker. chrome set*. Standard OU 3rd ( I bdrom. b.tb .ttr.ctn. Venetian blinds furlhe(971. Un East C.nta
Co. 41 W. ekal turn at St.tln lot IBI5. !' furnished (8750 I III
Central ph 9739 pressure cooker crll lt. Iol house on left Winter .. .............. Lake -85 x 151 furnished V. Realtor 8-11. Bar- SUBURBAN 3 bedroom buncalow.
and ether I tri Condt\ ; Cen- U all Improvement Double carage.
many ltm (3300 LAKE VIEW-Here a very
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iii'URz-New aD o Pay Orlando C. M. Orance. YnmE for aU all chldrn. 3-story bedrooms 2 b.tb. I 1137. ,I furnished home on a Dee I'' abide fruit. (3750. Frank Moore.

cash .D eave 10. FurntturCo cent, 4337 ,, model Firestone.la n Concord \I Acre fr.me Furnished $ I l DELANEY ST s :I .rom. street. There are 9720

on parb.R. Ban MEAT ft. double dutY : Call at our Altamonte Office. Homer I Irame home. Oak g:3ro ; beautiful oak tree In front Janl SUBURBAN-Nice clean 3 room

:_825 W. Church St. Phone 5820PURNITURs new CAEl0.ale-I clen Ca I Onti SeweU Manager, c.1 Winter Park haiast f.n. 110,1 !1 cood election of bearing fruit e house life time roof 3 acres cood

I > Bedroom suites and t 2-1412 er 48 cntr.1 VENETIAN BUNDAumlnum Nora is busy with her "I used ; 8-394. Wilbur 8trlkl.nd Brokr. 2. .I in back The house I cypress construction truck or veeetable land paved road
aide Auminum to judge everything IK X. Robinson ;
CAning room piece Also Otherhousehold MOTOR-Chevrolet. 1937. t25. Two I'i I Blnd. .aloule. I Huckel-ONeat Realtors Curb 617. and a fond attic. electric pump Lchta etc. close in.
] furniture etc. Cheap. 1181 t 81el IDldeI dial Immediate possession furnished reasonable with terms See Ver-
3828 West daughter an' son. She'stryin' 'i 2-3'53 very
Via !.lnno Winter Part I 33rd girl.St bike t.IwmICNE. (10 eeh I Blind PEA quick Furniture deliveries I II I by the price, but you j jcan't DUBSDREAD SECTlON-One block I and will sell ulfurbed ncr Gould with Johnston Henry.
Deck Chain..T"I the Fredrick. 118 W Church 8t
i I to marry II north of Par on Harlow O. OrDe Brcker 6
carefully Per- Open
of Edtewtter.
(550 t tell
I by restaurant's
CABIr8Fm I I a for Inspection 1 S P.M. It18.I SOUTH EDGE OF City-IS-ecre
Blind
Venetian Toes.
Smith Adams SeryI I on' doin'everything ADAIR P.M .
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daughter In
FURNITURE-Used. Blond. maple. Lumber Co. N. Oranee on and R.Ur. I ice.: W. Celtr.1 dial Orlando i ii 1 prices how room PAK SPZC porches.portecochere We. and 2-bedroom I It'* lr.t \live Ol.ndo" tract. 110 bearing citrus tree
room suite. (9B.BO. 9558 or 843 i in her power to many I with carate. Some home. AU double construction I modern bedroom home. Also 3-
(3930; maple aet- lor the Dome. Hew Pa i 1 I i with modern oak floors; copper plumbing< ; ahower. LAKE IVANHOE-For the mot diceriminetine room cottage Complete equipment
MOVIE fruit Fully furnished ,
3'icr chair tl each I ady.ntar. travel cmc VENETIAN Bl.INDS-2.day by Charles .deUY.f I II' l keep the son single on' cockroaches it has in the furnishings $4.000 cash. Rest payable I Inlad linoleum in kitchen and bath. of home New for small chicken ranch Will accept
73-pound capacity. I B..t.d.. Camera Shop. f Custom made 182 at (53 of cOlt Well 1m- ultra-modern rambling masonry bun small cottage a* part payment. See
I' Edcewater Dr. Ph. 2.45. happy. I kitchen. per month mediate deor.t. Lake view from room. 3 well with Robt L.
(3950* Simmon mania baby b I fan 2-11. I rooms and bedrom.. 1-car prc. .10. eye Pryde. Realtor.
innersprinc mettreae 128. OFFICE EQUIPMENT-For Imedl.t' VENETIAN BLINDS-28'. 30". 32' I tarace Is bath and-I I Hampton Broker. N. Orance.DELAMEY .. lovely bero double cot 2 668 N Orange; 2-4596
wit dining table. $2993round 34". and 36" width with aluminum .el lnd.pec 5013. tiled cor.e *
b.t. SOUTH SIDE
dek.t.bl. come at ( nrniched 4-bedrooos
dlninc hble. s.1 each: sofa bed. denl..rt clal Pora Bule Equip I slat blinds: 1 each at the f.ctof.I 40. Pet Stock and I IPUPIE3 47. Rooms for Rent Contact &. Terl.with Sam A.Hutchlns I with tile kitchen fum.ee.o.k home near Hospital Doctors or
: metal sash with tile
12995. Orlado s E. mint 31 Ora..d.1 15 1739 8. A"U dial Manufacturing' Supple : Broker 206 8 Main St.. ST SECTION- n.w"xrom floors. I guest home angles. Investigate thIs.
VenetianBllndg tile 2-car
Church. Phon. lando phone rf. reel.d prch. .r Den Dudley Realtor 2-4345.
2-38. OVENS for oil stoves. Stock include -- male Pomeranian moth AGNES 8T321-One or two per '81.I I cement block house on laundry Weir

one and two-burner type BumbyHardware. I each \good home. I Semi-private b.t Rent BUMBY ST.. 1801 8.- Dc. corner lot with double earaee 628 E. Pine.ld; 464.b.t SOUTH SIDE 5-room bungalow
102 W. Church 1730 N. MillsTROPICAL okur month 171 I cash sale. 5 rooms bath : Sp.cou. living room with large mir- 1'1' ft. with nice porch fruit trees shrubbery
FURNITURE-Uvlne room 4 WELDING : | "ldo. and attractive built-in FRONT Suburb.n 400 Price 4750. good term W. K.
.ult. OUTBOARD MOTOR-4Vb h.p. Neptune SUP FISH air- AMERICA ST 121-Lake Lucerne tleeplnc porch utility room sandy 3 acres
piece $65 Bedroom ulte. ( Dal (75 Welding and cutting .Qu.rlum. I at 115.000. term*. b.cb. Price Real Estate. 246 8. Orange
Cos extra lot. Owner
I welding outfits pumps plants supplies H.rf Cool quiet charming guest home e. 2-362. Call land Sprawly4bedroom.
200 portable 1,1. Harra-Moore.
4505. torch e2! 909 20th St I Complete Amp welding supplies In stock ter. 138 Rid..o Drive, Lawrence (7.50 lntle (10 double I Pine Phone 2-2380 R.ltn 101 E. 2-bath modern bungalow Ave Phone 6383

FURNITURE SPECloer cabinet OFFICE CHAIRS-Four solid oak. Islightly I Distributor of Lincoln welding machines \ Witr P.rk CLOSE IN-433 B. Rosalind Ave I BEVERLY SECTION I DE PAUW Gas kitchen and floor furnace t
doplef br.kf.s 2 tint used but good condition. I IPh and rod*. R willlamtSupplies j i room, twin bed*. Couple bright SHOR bedrooms ST.-Brand new 2-bed- Attached 2<.r I.r.. Underprtced SPRING LAKE TERRACE 4 bedrooms -

office 1.le apboltre 2-2373 j 811 N. H St. Daytona 41. Poultry and Supplies only (e per week I ICASELERY I cheef. crolnntl.t 1nnl rom Tiled furnace room house with carferd and floor at 111.0. term Realtor. and sleeping porch: 2 tile
B.c Beautiful
.w1el eh.I krl. opr.td j and I fo. and woodwork 150 i baths, oak floors: furnace: 3-car ca
runner Grand maho'DY. Rea Beach. Ph 20 As lee ktchen. A pltur. ele'Dlle. Unusually Rblnln.LKENTnr
PINoBab P L. race; nice corner lot. well landscaped
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31 hl CHICKS Tuxedo lod coutrclon 200 ft- close
7x9 oval tUle. lo eODdtoL i :: j 1 Hotel *. Be.utluU (9850 C. B. In (18000. terms W B Nicholson.
rldlD
rl. .nt trm.
614 E I approved furnished If desired H. Dnl R.ltr .. Strictly modern -
BAJT J'd :I fishing WinterPark. B.bok. 104 E. .
Furniture Ezh.nl. 2-315. I I hUlt I .eln brom. Realtor 14 8. Main St phone 2-1(19
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I POP CORN MACIIINE-.Lsrge T WINDOWS-AU eypre**. standard Church phone 1 Jr.. with Robert R Tyre. Reator 2.JII. S.erfle. Box 246 8Sta.
blower New. elKtrl DUPLEX 3
FAN-American after Ventar.3 w. I commercial type Barb. .. bn : aloes any style or aim BABY CHC.U. S. Pullorium t IN-First Adjoining i 13 W. Washington. 6174. aide rooms and bath each LAKEMONT AVE.-Nicely furnished
One
See .tok.
tide
4" 110. p. used Coat 400. will I window .nd ed for future for. I completely lur- on 9 full acres near fine SOUTHEAST-Lovely well furnished
.. very lit. sU made order I .tok. bath 309 East Avenue I' I Income lunllo.
A I (53 per month. (1850 house 3 bedrooms. vine room
Dlhe.
Dr" for (173 Car Exchange 219 door frame, ervlc on I livery and Poul\ .. .. where valuesare
Eleti refrigerator W. Washington ph. 17th St. Phone a Orlando T-Cel 2-3524 te.t-I CATHCART ST335. -2 room CooL I II BEVERLY SHORI II ppula handle Total price $5500.I increaslnc. lk.. road bus.phone I dinIng room kitchen bath den 2
1120 Strl.
FIR nice furniture 2-288. orden 132. Single and double Private entrance : and b.utlu I King Realty 30 E Church (435 $5800 terms porches 50x135 ft. lot (12.300 V
taxes
PUMPS-Two centrifugal 3 Used 10 cal per I TURKEYS-Youuc tender, I Four home bedroom and handsome no city I cash Weir System 628 E Pine 4641
Ruts drapes In CLR. Laundry privilege .Itb thre EAST-Doctor* buyer ciieit 672 N. Orange ;
eom WATE ; for Income Realtor.
eu.ln C. W.
I Some fittings. 250 ft 5 In. \ coolers I 10 to 20 and CI furnishings In a price range W.1u.
or trade Pout e. block from post
plete rln.ble wI 16. 1'5. oUIe Suer I : family or In-laws. Here 1 I SUBURBAN Frame buncalow. 9
an :
Bl ft 8997 home (395 Wilder Jr here. $22000.
used joint D too often found 011.
slip
for ever 20 Mitchell For or rt. r.r rate Phone 2-6001. not ideal ,
DUce I I | set-up for profession and living rooms and bath porte cochere.
I
y.I JO Inc. 210 MOrance with OHarra-Moore LAKE SHERWOOI> 3-bedroom frame
J. Wilson car First Bept.Mission PLANER F. and K ahop 20" heavy Orlando I, TRY8 lb. Hatchinc eggs. CLOSE IN-Special. (35 per month Call Fred Reese qu.rtef. Large rooms. 2 living room with fireplace 13x22*:
with
Leesburc. Fla duty A-l condition.' (365 Heavy Ave Phone 4537 ?C Falrvill PoultryFarm I rate to business or settled 2-0836. 109 E. Pl. I complete baths mo.r heat See bungalow large living kitchen room equipped modern kitchen built-in cabinet;

FURNITURE-All or part Enoufh I I duty rip and eutf saw (93 1120- WHEELCHAIR Practically new. dial 5927. couple Attractive :11:1 conditioned CITY LIMITS-Southeast. PrDh f and visualise Income Excellent loca1 fh.pl.e.. dlDn. ro.FTlcIdalre electric Green a fuel for heating cooking end

for 6rm home. Including vacuum 17th St. Ph. 13. (70 S at 319 H.ro Avenue TURKEY HENS with ten 1-week old twin beds prh.t home. C.l 7433 3-bedroom houa on l0rt lot 1 tlon Dial 581. that. Cab.Uh I stove and hot water heater 2-car 1 hot water, screened porch. 26 at-

washlnc machine electric WATER HEATERS-Electric. tat and poult C. D WUder Jr.. Turkey or 2-8931. Plastered I I Metcalf 1 I garage with laundry tubs 1 tached workshop and laundry with

at laerlfice price AU automatic CaldweU I Harris. Farm dial 6913 I tion cabinet model radio Or.nle. EAST Prewar construction noI Private dock buit-i benches Boat.White I stall shower, children playhouse.

day 10 a in.. 625 W. King St. I 01.dl..ter Drive, dial 2-111. ORDERS TAKEN FOR CHICK I CLOSE IN-Cool. Private bath. Summer crspefruit pm.u.n.te.. scupper- I I taxe*. 4 room*, bath 2 screened i 1 sand beach Plot 180x200 Only 6x8 ; citrus palms shrubbery, adjoining
available Ol4
OAS RANGE-Mule Chef .1 p-I PLUMBING FUTURES WHIZZER: MOTOR BIEP.ctof Started Chick a SPI.I Al rate 644 Wlnola.I none crapes hade. Price porches breeseway. storage room $11.OOO fumlhed with terms See I Dixie Highway grove mile Location
celain table top White ( poultry (5250 Sammle Francisco Realtor I Price offer 2828 EI I .. Co. 19 Central 4 north ot1
.UP
new .Re.l
trailer type )Miscellaneous Bargain If H Is plumblnc yon '1 In need mount. on Use 26t. blcrc.- pUe*. feed.The Wood Chick .. Main Street Room 4. Central Arcade: 7407 I .rr rln redur.c. m.t Ave.LAKEFRONT. J Sanford Orlando Kennel Club Owner.
500 South
( e.: CLOSE IN- D Barnes P O Box 198 Longwood
Excellent condition 835 Cltru Are I I of-W* hu* ill Easy Payments.Pnnnse.Deep get plan. (39 95 down .nd 102& per a. miles north of Maitland on 1-92'j Nice room at Summer rate*. Apply COLONIALTOWN-Furnished 2-bedroom i EAST SIDE-About 1 block off Lake HOMEa.tf. frame. I (7500

HOSKore.a 25 and 50 month WrctlU'*_Hdw. I now house with classed I Eola we have a very comfortable I bedroom bah.. Garage SUBURBAN
GAE Shallow .Iep On 17-92
State
Garland or wel.Tan' 45. Apartments for Rent I 3-bedroom home apartment, about on Highway
front and to
Inc porch !
lenltb. 1 COLONIALTOWN Larte But
0h of *n ilxe*. Deep room .ertn.d .n. eOlnnl.lt House 20 X 40 with electricity -
wel I condition. 2-4771- Walking distance to cafe and theater Ice prch. electric kitchen 1710.tum. thing Price ( &: (5500 cash lake: plenty of fruit House vacant; and water Lot 75 ft. on hlch-
GASOLINE Brlccs bi. puP"I YOU BE AMELIA AVE. 1413 E.-PrDI I N. 928.I Allen sume Jamerson both furnished M.k us an offer I
EIGINE h.p 1121 Mills ph. .ohnln. R.l 10 mor.al" way and 450 ft deep Only 1900.
I 3 rooms 7H miles west Flower. 33 8.
apartment. tor. 140 N. CentraL yr-1
and Str.tol. Supply Tracy's. Goth. Fla 116. uk SLIDING door I CLOSE double rooms Or.n. terms A. C Golden. Broker. 1121 N.
HAR-VEY Near bus or I
Da desired Main. Phone
Co.. Ave.. phone 7124 CE shower Couple IN-nll. inc In A. T c.ne. 9S16 Charles Chabot. 5529or
for County your Orlando
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16 At.nt. hirdw.re. Complete t newly Attractive. 230 Sunday 2 to 5. Ave. (Near Maltland Under-
d.r.t.
GARDEN TRACTOR-Cost 250. used closet l.rer Southeast Steel Bale CLOSE IN-310 Lake St. Att.ctln I IJt South CONWAY-BUMBY SECTION-Bungs- EAST. 1500 BLOCK-New in i pass>. winter Park

about 10 hour M demonstrator.Complete Co- down.talr*. W. AmelIa Ave-. cool efficiency. Near to.n 1647 E.AUr.cUnrom. low furnished 2 bedrooms: fie clean as a new pin you I not LAKE VIEW-Here are Summertime : SURBURBAN-Spacious Encllsh-type
10
with cultivator. (180 Call phone. 2-1442. Adult. One. two bedrooms CONCORD AVE. place; also 3-room apartment in rear know It had ever been d.f large I pre. First time offered 4-bed-1 home
home 8 mlnat. of. super construction in
Everything I .tmolphlre. fruit: large lot shade Near living room with fireplace dlninc corner lot priced (7500 !| perfect
of IN Cool. modern ;
2.59.OI PUMPS deep and shallow bed .nd chest CLOSE by bPh.. r.nte condition Nicely landscaped lot.
MEW with Also
(3000 door
.ltr downtwn 191. one next
Holrwo Sam room. modern
I rtores Johnson kitchen
some hall
Including
CLEARANCE BAIl en c1t weU E. p'Fment nothing down dr.. 42 South st. maid service furnished S85 mo. Phone BejCLOSE CLOSE IN-Corner room next to Co. 208 8 1575.. |I furnace all tile bath and .gas.for. with 4 b c..b. (8500 Take (2500 Some citrus The price i* right. Can
less than little month Bel- 1 Otto Ranmuien with Cavenaush Re-
lan7 eot Tral OltSbop .ld pr bath On block ef city ball rash are sacrifice sobetter
bedrooms attached
South St many Well Drilling' Pump Supply IN-A lew choice 8umm.rnntl. COLLEGE PARK-Beautiful modern unfurnishe. gartie Th.1 prle. alters.I 4308.SOUTHEAST.
1 0P. ltU Winter Garden Rd I mile east of AUCTION SALTura.)l 8th In Hotel Write I Phone 640.CLNIATOWNm.U._ _ _ I bedroom bungalow on large plotKitchen Own f1,. Price 10. bur! William Matthews with '
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OAS RANGES Apartment and I at 7.30 .p.rtment. In- 500 with terms If In need of Daniel Broker; Here a home yon
Orlo Orlando ph 7067 p. equipment at 110.0. IU S..1'In
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full aued Fr'1edl.t. delIverY.Modern Vlt. Ba 211 Sta.CNCR I rom.. hot Incud.d like a nice home you will find It Pitt.property. No phone call en AOI. i i will be proud to own at a price

ApU.ne. 1e 428 K.o.nr. I Fine selection of home furnlshlne AVE. 1408 E.-Frnhe, w.ter. (6 week 821 Hlllcrest: 2-61. I P.1.0 c.h, b.I.lce Realtor, 140 relt.N Frank Clb.. Realtor. & LAKE VIEW-Beautiful view of Lake I you will be willing to pay A fine
Following are Just a few of the .p.rtmelt Private eltr.n. : Orange: 2-3282 Metcalt Building: 2-1710 Lancaster New modern 3 room 2-story home in good condition near
GIFTS-Electric mixer; toasters, be told: One beautiful 1"01, private (40 per month CLOSE IN-Walking distance Downstairs I bunealow Full tile bath tile sills I lake and in an excellent neighborhood
PUMPS I Item. finish bth. single room. (7 per wek. COLLEGE PARK-East of Edgewa- : EAS 6IZ3 bedrooms 2 tile bath Its completely and nicely furnished

percolator; fan: PC pr.ble furnished drsInboard $8,500. good terms.O .
ro..tlr tn CLOSE IN-2-room .P.r Phone 23227.ETHE. I ter 3-bedroom. frame bungalowwith I I furnished 21cc- '1rInnba .
Fair Store, 10 W. mantle complete I 1 has master bedroom two
8pleeIld H A Son. Realtor
ment. newly decorated; ; trie kitchen furnace I ISplendid Klttredc
Carch. .I.ble t gun
Pitcher with brass cylinder dinette 2 screened hardwood I II rom other All
Pmp ; maple Colonial I, 230 W. 149 E.-Corner bedroom In prh. 2-3176 room are spacious Large
CLUBS-4 Ion and 3 (ladder couple; reuol.ble. floors single 100x150 lo.ton. corner lo. Imme- I screened tile
GL wo. ITe7' i of table four chair home. Garage privilege .a. porch roof 2-car ca
Ker1 new toll 35. pr. 1.1. back rush bottom). and EUSTI81 S. Salem St 5-room. anI Phone I with II citrus trees Immediate possession I dlate oeup.nr Priced with LAKE DAVIS SECTION-Home and race (17500 Lyle with Herman

A nnue.ORmbh..ta. e k board One French walnut love eup. lit floor Apt. Screened 2.1281 (10,750. i. cash Jamersonand terms Georgia von Schiller. |! income 6-room frame bungalow Gooawln Ine. Broker 677 M. Or-
Phbl P. Gta.nnda. I Also 2-room fur- GORE AVE. 1 East-Attractive Carter I I Realtor 7186 With 4-room furnished apart
and of Vermont birch chairs P.1 (50 month rom Realtors. 70 E C.ntr.LPhone I garage ance; dial 9853 _
fepla prcb. ____ __
P.l Early American rush I Apt. In beautiful home. Bmlprnt A. T. "Busier* Carter 9516 SIDE modern ment in rear now renting for (45
Ir.te. EST .drom. VIRGINIA
DRIVE. 916
Ha
coa two bedrooms
privilege *
for that pet .. Get themt Please dial 116. Ask for County chairs walnut very dainty Antique I AVE.-Second furnish bath Kteh.n 10& COLLEGE PARK-2509 Mussel*'bite I I Paneled farate -i Price (7400 Bryant with Berman sleeping porch place for-
Mill I kaOARAGE 1919-J-lX walnut what-not stand Phllco console EUCLD of 3 for b.t JACKSON, ST-. 111 E.-Nice room St bedroom frame house screened I Price 8000. terms.tr Goodwin Inc., Broker 677 N Orange garden and flower Term

DOOR OPENER-Automa- radio Early American marble (65 per month. Or. P. Brass with hot Innersprintf porch; furnished or unfurnished i I Realty: 392 N. Orante: 9855
console table Mahogany Telephone 4836.LIVINGSTON WASHINGTON ST* 1209 E.-Furnished
mahogany Owner
Ton open and close your top Co. Phone EAST SIDE Furntrhed 2-bedroom I buncalow

israel doors without ever touching love aeat Electric w.lhe. Also HIGHLAND ST. 412-Nicely furnished 8T.-Twin .bedroomSuitable COLLEGE PARK Three-bedroom i cottage Close to bu line (3.700 LAKE FRONT Large 4 bedroom electric kitchen Immediate Terazso floors
them See display at other llvinc room furniture china Private terms H. A. Broker, home with 2 beautiful tile bath. poaieasion -
our Jrd. Smith IANO-Gnlbranaon Spinet-Walnut lit floor: 2 adults only for business people. bungalow Frame construction with .on. 2121 .
Lumber Co.. M. Orange R.u finish (395 Small down lamps rues silver linens many I May through Sept 15th. (50 per home Ph. 8827 oak In all room The lot la Conwav Road C.I 874. thermostatically controlled oil fur-

r.d. easy monthly t.r. p.rmeD\ beautiful dlhe.. oil patlI. Por.ble 11. LIVINGSTON AVE.. 620 E.-Nice on a lon 1* wide and well land- EST SIDE-2 bedrooms frame I I i ntce; large basement with recreation WINTER houses In PARK the-We have several
; I I attractive features middle of town. 3
other
GASOLINE ENGINE tores. 143 N. Orange Ave Phone bed Kitchenand Pavlnc. sidewalks condition high lot room; many
Clinton 1V4 made HOTEL 1 and del room. Double .pd. and city : ; (4 and 3 bedrooms
Hand JEFFERSON for
with fur- around
collapsible cover In this modern home (1900000 (10000
H-P aile a P enelnea.Florida 5300. crocheted bedspread valued at (150 2-room .CURT available Slim- laundry privileges Ph. 9307 ..er. You will. lk this bright cleanneighborhood I half cash? Lnren Dunn Broker. 6 N.I I I nUhed and 817.50000 unfurnished: The best buys we ve bad for a lone

Co. 630 W. PAINT-Outside white and coQ.Fm Demitaise cups Exquisite pair of mer rte.. LUCERNE LIE 327 Lucerne Florida o.ne must leave Bro.n. -t219. | good term Ask for Zelma Henson I while Charlotte C. Smith with David

Caret St. phone 6118 (390 a lalol. Tiffany brass candelabras 13p. AVE. 352-Beautifully l Circle a on lake Lucerne to and nas reduced the price EAS SIIbloh Or.nl Ave I with Martla Williams. Realtor. 21 W. I Andrewa Realtor. Winter Park. 659
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OAS STOVE .1946 UniversaL Excellent South Arnold LKEVIE coolest In town Ventilating e98o. McNut-H..I. Realtors Immediate ..
St b.utlu tea chin. 3 rooms private bath lpt 15 .aa.e. Washincton St. Phone 8106.I WINTER PARK CIRCLE-New House
condition. S at 2311 PrInceton Paint Store. 47 8 Orante, 2-3'8. eUI. .uce.cre.me. sugar and Bus stop at door fan. newly eor.t. no obllcatlon. I Wuhln.tn 5106. possession Price 150.L A. I t I Large screened porch automatic
Court PUMPS-AU types, irrigation see for rates COLONIALTOWN 3-bedroom frame Pitt 210 8. Main. pb.'88. hot water heater Butane
Idle Et LAKEFRONT SUBURBAN-Larce living bungalow I LAKE SILVER Boating swimming gag hard
with 2
GARDEN HOSX 50-foot trial domestic Florida bedroom bath and electric MAGNOLIA AVE and Weber Large are.ned porches EAST SIDE-2406 Kile ore. Nk. I I and fishing New 2-bedroom fur wood floors Lot 50x183 ft Only
len.t. .
Supply Co. 630 W. Church; ph. 6118 Don't fall to attend this sale Dem- rom. Recently Oarage Completely 2 bedrooms
heavy doty men. Special 1.1. Boating and swimming attractive corner room 4 windows furnished ; space het : nished buncalow Large screened 4500. terms A. C Golden. Broker.
2 J Service corner Boone PIPE' for trove and farm irritation inc Auction Sales Co. 733 w. $160. klteh.n Summer months only Boy A. Kitchen privileges Summer rates Mr Bryant a 1875. Terms ter; Venetian blinds Unfurnished porch Electric kitchen large lot. A 1121 N. Orlando Ave. near Mslt-
i with
.al I Florida Pipe & Supply Co.. 630 W. Curb In St..your phone merchandise 2- 15&. Still for time this Ulller Realtor 213 N. Main: 24852JNCOLN MILLS ST. 738 8.-Front room I Inc. Broker: 677 N. Orange;Goodwin 98(3COLONIALTOWN (7500 furnished (8500 9793 i food buy at (10500 Call Fennell land underpass Winter Park

GUEST NEON SION25. Washing Church St. P. 111. _. Thursday conl sale APARTMENTS Morse home prtTtteces: bus Care for EAST SIDEFor a location just one with Stimpson-Staton Realtors. Met- WINTER PARK AVE.- Collet. Park

m.cn. (23. 9x13 felt roc I 2 POWER tNI8otlelta engine Blvd. Winter Park 1 and 2-bed working mother child Ph. 2-6112 completely -2-bedroom frame block of Colonial Drive where' htclf Bldf Phone 5159 district. Furnished 3-bedroom

E POt etiquette. bk. a for Idutrl.1 in- room apartments Janitor service hot ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAILER park frigerator Owner furnished: electric re- there is .Ur.cU.possibility forenioylnc LAKEFRONT-2-bedroom block bun I house large lot screened porchet.
Florida Year round or I going North and a very Ile. home and calow Slate roof: tile floors 110 modern bath and electric kitchen
heat
.t.U.tOI. steam upstair week
"Wa .erho' I SuPP1 water Large Room per will sacrifice for
a I- 1 .ch 73 E. Colonial : .. 110 Church St Ph. IUI. : 34. Articles Wanted I Summer rental. Adults only. Winter Phone 9363 a Ridge with Robt.quick sale See Mr building a motel or tours cour I ft road frontage Running 180 ft to Beautifully landscaped Miscellaneous
Ave I L Pfd*' Realtor. with extra ground citrus,
PLASTIC tarnish 1 Park 9161.ORANGE 6BB N. Oranie .rou.d lake (6950 Drive out to 13 Lake garage immediate possession.
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Case .SCRWon't orcorrode AXES-Furniture of all kinds: sewing PRINCETON AVE. 205 W.-Room I : hcu e. See this property at IU.O Ellen Dr. Casselberry. U Interested (7550. By owner terms Ph. 2-7912
GROVE TRACTOR- Model C. I'
L.t Idelt1. Get I machine anything you have tosell I BLOSSOM TRAILER park for couple Kitchen privileges if COLLEGE PARK-A frameji I with handtome furniture phone owner at 2-2904 or 2-3282
Pc 1000. Good tires. cood I.t )11 I Nebrlk. Efficiency. Electric refrigeration. desired On bus Ph. lo COOL HOME on lake New house
rn Co ealow on paved One Unfurnished (8 400. Mr. Morskl
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JrDta. 11. 1'4. block
Phone I i C.I newly
Apopka. I LAKEFRONT 2-story hollow tile furnished 200-foot lake
,. bath. (45 per -
72 W. Pine s semi private to bus. I with
month Ph convenient 109
GOLF CLUBS-Matched &12 Iron.I PIANO-1442 W. D.I 9363 WINTER PARKC.a... Single and church to stores school I Pine. O'H.r.-Wore. 8e J residence Tile roof 3 bedrooms, frontage: landscaped 8500. term
Ya2-s AUCTION GOODS WANTED-Still or bath and 2 large bedrooms tile ,
4 wood Leather bac (83 Pnt large living room and dining room; See Van Roten with Clyde McKenzie,
1-4078 or call at 51T E. Church Ph I time to end your valuable t I ORANGE AVE. 1268-Winter Park showers SuA deck onrlokll lake floored bath large living room with FLEMING HEIGHT 2-bedroom electric kitchen, oak floors; sun 12 8 Main: 2-4775
auction for Thursday *ale. Adults Fr.lhe. 3 rooms and Summer rates Irepl.ce. dining room large kitchen. I house ( Henry porch Also
tarate apartment $12.-
GIFTS for Mother Day. Jewelry SO do.n I ( SMALL HOUSE-New 41
carate. $
3-0136 for free Coming bath (30 !I' or eleektrlJ UUUtJP room ample Burch Broker. .
:
compact locketi. .ppr.ll.l .. 4 1 2-109. 500. terms Harry Heath. Broker I W_ Concord To aetU estate
silverware. cru.ltm 1UI.I.. PLUMBING SUPPLIES-.. Auction Sales Co. ueh St PALE 819-email Apt., furnished NEAR ORANGE AVE In air condi- yard garage and tt.Url.'r d nice FORMOSA-AVEB-r.nd new Colonlaltown; 6253 (6000 Call afternoon

Price really '* DIMOND. watches. Jewelry old Chid .. tioned home. Reasonable Phone for with now : room home. Only (6000Suburban 2-bd-1 NORTHWEST-2-bedroom bungalow I I I
about
Loan Ofc.. 27 reured Cunh. Toilet shower bath. tuba water lavatories a cash price. M. M.Bectl RIEWoD AVE. 121-New. nice 5608. See IB71. .. with 11 Shepherd ch I, .-.2-iroom frame home built In 1941 Garage. Immediate EVEN good A Investment.PESSIMIST would A guest say house its a

FREEZERS .t.l heater Jeweler. 32 W. Church Kichen, Realty Co.. E. lots 150. t.rm. possession. Must to quick (5750 Ideal
HOW -Kelvlnator. now Dip*. Plumbing Co.. 1137 2 a* to location. Well constructed.In .
.a.bl. at Bumby naraware. Kel- H.rr(Res. Winter Park. FURNITURE WANTED Any quantity Ndrom and b.tb.SMMER LIVING-BEDROOM Nicely furnished 8r. Phone t24 or WalhU.tn', E P. Realtor 32 E. Fine I Call Joe with Veterans Real Estate excellent repair. Offered at tit00000 .-

102 W. Church. OrAI:. ) When you get ready te sell STEr. 27 NORTH Private bath Breakfast prlvlleteIn i iI CITRUS AVE.. 722-7 I Phnne SBM i Agency: 29 8. Court 2-4481. Prop-I with grand term to responsible -
call 2-0931 Cochran Furniture I room 473 S. Orange Ave rom Electrlc : erty Management Department
with metal I To rom for adults kitchen. 3 SOytSO FRMOSA SECTION-Do you want parties. Furnished Exclusive

!.td.OKmplt Str. Co.25 X Pine. PAINT-Eight 1-caL cant red Dulux. Store 1015 W. Church. SUMMERLIN STREET 27 NORTH ROOM-Half brock from city h.l I I n. e.rh. 28 url. a. lot bus. I ral home with 0.1 floor tile : NORTHEAST SECTION-Completely with Prescott T. Steele. Broker Dial
stove: ice bse efficiency apartment. Gen- I Apply mornings 45(1 Boone St. store. schooL Quick lale bath 3 bedroom wel located on : furnished 6-room frame buncalow 2-1008 43 West Central Avenue
2-318. 86 pr l'UOn American Bakeries FRNITREUsd .I-ro. On bus line I log nortb o.ne 10 paved .tret. near nl for (10.- I Excellent condition All electric kitchen
HOT 8. 10. 36 Ce W. South St.PAINTERS maehln. Cal preferred |I[I NICE BEDROOM for couple Innerspring I EXTRA SPECIAL-lOS off en this
WAT Ito down and balance like rent?
HE.UD. I .
sell. We Sewell- 1 laundry immediate possession.
and pay tp" a. mattress Breakfast If i 2-bedroom house citY limit (30003bedroom .
11n cp.el Orl.nd SUPPLIES-White ever- Thurmond Co. 73 W. Pin THREEROOMFurnished. Large .I Itl t, CLNILTOWN-roma ind For this and other good buys. C U.Taylor. (9850 Ask for H.992. Harold V. Con- New
Appliance See at 410 Jackson from 8 with 4 tot: (3250
Prtur. Lake
C. I 39 all*, brushes UddV screened prh. bath On .Ire. E gas I Broker 2516 N Oranee SM4 \I
Ave Phone I. Oranl scrapers. I St. Dial Conway. beach Ph. 5935. 1 a m. upat.lr. furnace .Venetian blinds plenty clos- dlct Realtor; 37 E Central 6137. I 2-bedroom lake view (5730 Colonial-
and kind I I
HAIR droplot p.lt of a I HOW ABOUt a beautiful room for .J. 2-a carace Unfurnished (11- GARDEN PLAZA. 729-Furnished 6 (j I NEW YORK ST. 1606-Off Lake town choice home site with nicely
hand APT.-3 no I i : I : '1
CLPPEoelonaL Qldd.l. rom. furllhec. Adult. I 500. old home Can be purchasedfurnighed frame cottage i lots
', WANTED If I.. furniture price of a shabby one? Downstairs Own.r. Enlln.752 Palm year Ivanboe 4-bedroom. bath I furnished efficiency
p elppu. 1.5. Bumby IADIO8-Croaley and rda Console PrE pets ( tl Otobr lt Private Drl. or unfuMllhe. Best offer I house Attached garage Extra corner (4650 New 2-bedroom block house

Had..r. 112 Curh tP and table A por- well buy It. ).te of Or- 2-19. bt.tn PhI, corner close rom.. pm.fntrnc. porch Colonial rWGE-PAR-pur : New takes It Phone 8591.H I| lot Screened In porch. Shade I Winter Park Iota (5650 For ether

HEDGE TRIMMERS-Plneor .Ietrc Bumby Hardware. W. APT.-3.rooin alfurDhe. Inquire e.t Afte. I 101 1. Prewar roml: frame H7G9ITS-Furnished 2-1 trees (12000 unfurnished good buy: C U Taylor Broken

Trim hedaea better for Church ando. 56 E. Church St. Phone 3-3808 trailer bhind 1ml matet en floors contrcUol. Hardwood house refrigerator ]I NORTHEAST Entirely redecorated. 2316 N Orsnge. 5644.8TUDbOHOUSEOn .
Amco Store. 300 W. Robinson Garage 75 ft. lot. rOm Eletr I
AT*. r. ROOFCOATIMG* your rf a Michigan 471. Rental Agencies Price the market at (8950 Mr end hot water 500. HenryBurrh. i 6 large rooms. 2 baths Also furnished splendid corner
18&3.HOUSEHOL new lease on We" I METAL NURSERY STAKES M to NEAT ECENC APFrhe. Nunex blow Herman Goodwin Inc., Broker: 12 8. Main 2-1090 | garage apartment for Income for combined home and studio er

PANS-AU sixes. Xiao? cal can a Gllddena.REFRIGERATOR 5M. new or used. 2 feet to 4 feet In Your 0' 12 II WE WILL HELP you fid a Broker 677 N. Orange; 9855 HARDING AVE.-Rt. 2. V mile Old I IApopka j Check this for a really rood buy home and sift shop or other type

Orlando and radio. AU Use*. Electric new encth Gary Vitl element. Fla weekly 1858 Cor.el Avenue for a (3 service rnta CONWAY-. house highway near Dubsdread Don Dudley. Realtor. 2-4743 business ls this attractive house o.

ph. 2- Sale I!enl Co. Inc. .. 8-foot (375 Phone 3-3797 OFFICE MACHINES and furniture APT.-Beautiful. cool clean For responsible Real Estate Agency 29 8. Court. frl poultry rom Near school Large church yard: colt course 3 rooms bath I.r.. NORTH SECTION-New 2-bedroom North Mill Slx-roonr house en SOx

951.HOI2 RADIOS-During ) Week. May Get our pr1.*. Check with or.eItu.r. couple. Large living room LANDLORDS-We will lupply you Owner 716 Franklin St Large lot. Very reasonable .H. concrete block house with breezeway 100 lot Price tio.300. Call Mr Reese
4th through u anythingthat St. phone 8158 bedroom kitchen tile b.th 1567 desirable tenart free of chargeand CLOSE I Walsh and garage not finished inside with OHirra-Moore 2-0836. 109 E.
Ia
booms 2 hand operated 10% 1 Clay St.. Winter Park.COMPLETELY obligation Just phone I-F.me duplex bungalow HARRISON ST.. 2013-FurnIshed 2- Buy this finish It yourself and aave Pine
m.k. mUe dlount OLD GOLD W price us your .
complete with cable.I old pay .hl.h.t. FURNISHED. includIng vacancy Real Estate Agency. 2-room rom .p.rm.nt and frame house with 3 bedrooms. Price (4250 Mr Willis with Parrisb LITTLE CASTLE-We call this house
boom. rllo aleol 120.11 for diamonds V.trns' apartment
ral. and lower and can be to ( this meD broken teeth w.the.. alii utllltleg electric refrigeration 29 8 Cour Ph. 2-48. Fully furnished enetlan erb bath 15 IOf .. sun room. 2-.r I.rl.e. Real Estate 36 E. Pine; 2-1646 "the little castle" because of Its design

.wlyele. >". $195. Holler Chevro In muslo beauty and money discounts.FIrestone.Orange Beckman je.elf. 139 N. Orance ln.n and laundering th.r.of.Nlr. Rent blind Garace. Lot loo x 150. (13.500. terms available NORTHWEST SECTION-Larce lot. and because It looks so impreg-
W.'Central.INLAID over a
kt 1 and Concord I 81. for Bummer Adult 48. Hotel (8750 J 110. mont.. Price. We have the key Allen JohnIn. 100 X 140 4-room house (2900 nsble With a fine basement tinder It.

REFRIGERATOR-Used 9-ft. 2-door SEWING. MACNE. WAN only. (63 per mont 733 S. Roms 1317 ..me Blvd. Relor. Realtor. 140 N. Orange '&12. Henry Burch. Broker 12 S. MaIn and an extra large screened llvinc
Used
Sinie mahine. Ave. Winter "Opp.lt I Specializing in Home. 2-1090 terrace on its southeast corner There
LINOLEUM Norce. Ill porcelain. Call 8136.WUIard paid Sewing Machine Co- ST JAMES HOTEL-South and Rosalind Depot.. dial 7588 In llvinc
Installed en Xel.r.RDIol.t. SPARKLING newly decorated2roornapt. Summer air conditioned IVANHOE SECTION 3-bedroom ORWIN MANOR Frame pre-war U handsome fIreplace
floor dial 7334 r.t. two
and e CA. COLLEGE PARK SECTION room
Uk tope 250: Double. 9253. Extravalue home Large screened porch -j lot. S room. full sized dining
A\OJI Nice neighborhood ; carace. bungalow on large rooms
.IDrl and
Xdttwater combination. WE BUY used furniture Call Vel ol can be seen In this new 2- bedroom tile bath
Pa bit
Cal 2,11. I fireplace Plenty of shade condition. Immediate good
Telephone -' uU c" close I Relnble. 431 E bedroom home. paved street and Out Good occupancy Furnished Price
fore aelllnc Orlando I kitchen
Church.URRF.EROOMAPARTMENTMO4. 48-1. Beach Rentals door crill. (8500 Burch. : Walter W. Rose Investment Co modern
ICE RUSTIC lawn set. No. 2 Store. 615 W. Church 1 splendid neighborhood Terms Hpnf Harra-Moore. Realtors.
BX.0ndiUon 308 CPR Better $95. er S Main: 49 N. Orange Ave Orwln Manor office tlO.WO. Call
-i. 18 made" chair 1 settee 24883.WASRINO. 'I I I Speak to Spiegel- Soleeel 1 2.2350.109 E Pine. _, ,
3136 N Orange Ave
Plcetn .Turner 1234 winter ern No objection t child Phone COCOA BEACH RENAL Hotel R..I, Co.. Relor.. 706 Metcalf [ !F'EN-8T SECTION Eat nnusu.llyworth
INTER-OFFICE SYSTEM (Comun Phone 676W O.nl. r.rt MACHINE-No Spin Dry. 4964.3ROOM. room for 2 at w.k. European .. 23289.CHRKEE I .. 18.5. .: 01 VETERAN can find an Mil Illinois
CtOD Imedl.t _Box 21 8ta. plan 2-bedroom furnishedcottacet 000 cash Terms C. *. ORLO VISTA-Frame bunctlow Living while new home .t
deUnr. Por 'APARTMENT Adults. Well and ee
Bu.lnel RADIOS Just received complet WE PAY highest cash prices 1 block from beach it (40 PARK-3-story. 3-elrj- I Broker: 912 N. Mills: 2-1747. room dIning room and kitchen Come get the gels
Co for
Or.n. 154. 39 shipment 1947 Crosley a diamond and diamond furnished 2 miles out. Dock boat week or (150 mo. Call or writ Paul home tile roof 1'4 baths. 2 bedroom, sleeping porch, pine thru H CaU Harr.-Moore. Realtors.in.

IRRIGATION SYSTEMS and supplies eluding 9-tube model $26 95. Fuller any conditon City Luggage and and b.ch pr"I... Ph. 2.06. Ocean Lle.DAYNA In thl desirable nellhborbO. Beautifully I JAMAJO-2-bedroora frame buncaI floors; front porch. (34100 with 109 E Pine

.fer Irn. f.r. lawn. Florida Bros.. 114-B Park Ave.. S.. Winter Je.e1 Orange .t Church. RETIRED LT CMNDE wishesto BEACH Ocean front Spacious and h.d. ,I low. Newly redecorated Lot box (2.000 cash Ball Broa. Acency. DOUBLE DWELLING Cloa* Brick
large modern kitchen
Park; ph. 619 share his roof, apaetou -
Pipe Supply tal col rom. Realtors. 113 N Oranse. phone 5189 lifetime
Co. 630 W. Church, with .I.rment bdrom.. 3 tile b.tb and .. .. nook master bedroom I 11. Good .rl supplying several construction tile
two floors.
Phone6i 18. RNGl and wood with water 35. Fuel OU and Wood P'II. 418. large living rom 2-car .a.u. 12x24 with I large windows with $ pr month Income rooms hardwood completelyfu&sheS
IRON tan.Also dressers. Venan- maid quarters Owner can contacted Price down payment ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL off. apartment
Just
Spring and inner- b and extra -
.prll BE *: Roper gas rIo A. Ooldenrod. Rt. 4. P OINo. I the time to hue 46. Houses for Rent until May 10. Write 3547. 2-.r buitII Y.llt' '*. porte cochere dOlt New space bar- h.l.ne 10. t.n.Robt. L. Pride Is a new block bungalow which Modern Plot of kitchen ground equip-with

JJCi" cabll8 radio; 1 ftElectrolux. Box 191 T. fe It.Ue. Lessen OCEANFRONT 2 bedroom house beaue pit for outdoor 1,11. Priced Realtor 668 N Orange 2-4S96- might serve well for someone desiring snent. Large teal home plus income

CM heater; pill ROW BOAT-14' Cypress (40 Also rou. next about CLOSE IN 3-bedroom furnIshedhouse. Oceanfront for two. 9900 8. right.for quick tale b70.I.r. Jmme a combination home and business iVStit.il e M B. Vergowe. -
low*: dishes and throw rut*. baby bed and portable 1.1 (14.J cauces cr.. t Fuel OU Service From May 15th to Oct Ut Atlantic. Apt Beach diate pAR.ulon Party moving KENTUCKY AVE.-2-bedroom home location The price only (4 800 thi.Church Pt.; ?rJ833
2-31' (750 Fine location No Nor
B. Ralner ; dial 8021 Ph. Call Harra-Moore. Realtors 2-2380.
front Nice
screened
Large
DSUTION-Dubl. thick B.I.m Z.I.o.RIoR.mmarlund children Phone 2-7301 PAL BEACH Rml available. 2.031. prch. 109 E. Pine MOVE IN-Completely """ "' *:
Wo. Super 12 For COLLEGE PARK (1) Modern 5- grounds with 12 b.rlli tree Ask me
tot
lar.nte. P. 37. Fertilizers and CITY Park). For P".te relldenc oe.n. bedroom home large
Garage No city (5250 with
Smith L1Wllte .
1. .pla. CoW. Wlnh.tr Sol write or call 8.I room frame house completely furnished -
Oran..nl Railroad Lbr Model t112. 110. 2-2834. 1. rent wll Frame eot- Ion- 121 Australian Avenue. I Screened porch attached terms A. C. Golden. Broker 1121 { PALM TERRACE-Ideal fer a large what it doesnt have attrscttve.Ch'JPesto"market for .
C.l COW yd. 100 bit (1.90 t.: new electric kitchen and I and most
(2). N. Orlando Ave near Maltlandunderpassi. family quiet neighborhood no
INE8 Palm Beach Phone 2-2153. Large Modern Claybauch.
RAND Portable Call
KDI REMINGTON type .. the deal
with lt. close
KoPrened. top water Partly furnished.Garage. $91. Let c
Winter auto traffic in 3
KII.bCountr he.tr. CB 3-bedroom 2 screened Pak. heavy street. spacious
del"ere. I
writer. Excellent condition .
Must I MetcalfBldcCi _ _
pd. cmplet. Broker
111.I! P.eU 192-- O Box bus .tP. (50 attached lots for children to play In. lake "
Jmlur in sell Ter. caah 873 151. 49. Business Rentals Irrh..o.k floors garage KUHL-East of and just ole block 2 bedroom
KITCHEN Cololalo.n tm.dl.tl. Hardln CL SMOKJD.troJ pest and Box 269 8t.r. i i (11.500 Allen Johnson.Realtor. city limits Is a property some I swimming privilege Large comfort 1 EOUITY ** Williams
C.1 46 blow See
8TL. andcomblnatio Suth.r School ef Commerce 107. er.t bull loneer Best CASEEY-Moer 2 room ct ORANGE AVE. 1819li N.-Combination -I II 140 N. Orange; 8612 'Specializing be clad to find. The front able bungalow with 3 screen porches hom tl500 Daniel cwh Kolar Broker
and with
up. KM vegetables shrubs In Homes:' house ha bedrooms and I living room and parlor dining room Mathew
Store. Co.. I.t pryl. Second thr.
2 office and elU
E Pine Phone 2-318. Pn. and 1.1.low 18 r.Brookhaven Dr. 6314 week lot house .1. mad floor Phone 9933.p.rtm.nt CLOSE east Special Interior tastefully decorated A rlt.1 { breatfast nook and kitchen 3. bedroom 2f* 8. Main: 7811

- KITCHEN SINKS 54-ln. double draIn black top oll. muck COLONIAL AVE. E. e for Iblh couple cottage In rear baa two room *. 2 bath*, laundry storage
Across from Well
SHEET ROCK Te -
per 14 STORE ROOM E. bu.II. .
wlttt mixing PI Washington Busl- Price (13 offer
can
faucet and double
15.
straier. t Ph porch Price room carats ROME OPPORTUNITY
trap Amherst bath and large
Rome Ideal furnished
Apt* and doctor bedroom buncalow Nice artle
and metal cabinet for f.rlsr. DUnr .. dltrct. Sut.ble for doctors II 000 partially financed Harlow O. two-way choice to get a small
Complet Telephone 2.053. > office combination Furnished.Owner condition Owner leaving. (7500: t79SO for btb. C.I O'H.raMor. a
8111185 er ( and SPRINKLING 10 will lease. offc. aoP. t. Rmod your Realtor E. Pine Fredrick. 118 V Orange. 8188 home It i* a tot served with Winter
el dow CAs.lnD. gIve Gee Klttredge 150 _
17.4& mont W 84w and 12-quart Str.Co. TOP SlIni dirt peat Guaranteed I .el 13. .. '231. 150. mor..e. Hlntol. R.lor. "It treat to live in Orlando Park water and electricity A jew
2924 Knhl ckf' .. 2 E Pine Phone 2-3163 fu l.d. delnred Writ H. Sn. R.ltn. 2-311. Roblnon. __ LAKEFRONT Situated on large septic tank ha been Installed The
A. PARK Larce COLLEGE PARK Completely furl lake fine smiling fishing and
of beautifully
LAWN B Lkh.r CLI Jro 50. Wanted to Rent llvinc quarter consist a
AND SEWING MACHINE Electrie
GARDEN 8UPlJ Bner ".. Dial 116 ask County 3812 furnished home nished 3-bedroom home Oak swimming). 1$ this spacious 2-bed teetlen. house trailer and an
Lawn equipped
excellent (60 Colonial
mower hO. eo.dlton Lr. c year lease with option buy and noon attic fan electric new. concrete block home. PARK LAKE allIs
complete line of dar t APT.-Furnished. Permanent couple kthfn rom. value have been addition 12' x 22 The price for
tt. H. cbe\10. Wrt. L D.nnpr and Seeds will apply rent on sales Box Close to school and With hardwood floor tile bath and Here Is the you
38. Flowers cth Or. you
H .tre. with (1500
bus
Parrish line Limit (40
R.rd..r 220 Plant pre. Close In or on beater lovely booking for Lovely modern bungalow (3300.
Phone 1. O.nl .r. Wintr Oad.a 286 8t.r.DUDRAD. Box 290 C85OO King Realty 3 Church. shower oil circulating construction Hard may have the tot and the furnished
8t.r.A.Eutem of
masonry
214.LE SPRTERHudHn pint and AFRICAN VIOLET PLANTS-Large SECTIOV 8433COLONIALTOWN. fuepl.r large living rom. pear Greene Fuel gas
IU.r J addition for (1500
1 tile bath
bro. section of city. Younc overlooking wood Hoorr. 3 bedrooms
Lstcnsion. stepi .1.. Wlln L.rd H.rd..r. stock of other blooming Summer and -Well built 3-bed-I wl&dl" tile window sills metal Installed for cooking and heat Me-
refrlrator 18 Price and ahower.
ladder Also kitchen 42 C.ntr.1 2-211. Also fresh shIpment! of house l. t.n.nt. SI.t lot 1.10. 11'.0. Realtor 15 W Washington
Per B. room only 5 Nntt-Reasley
stools and pl.nt lollh. S. k.pll D. rent and location m.aonl bUI..to. Jamerson and sash lovely screened porch spacious
thaira.Mms I NebraskaH1111' SCREENING pluUrc at (He in wide variety Pete .Jo.Garden. '. READING DRIVE win rent my Bx 8t.r. years old. Tile bath central heating E. Central C.rr. T, (Buster) modem kitchen large landscaped lot. St. Phone 5106.HOME .
3-4628 HOUSE-2 or 3 bedrooms; preferably Phol. A
2319 N. Orange
foot. aDd ; 75 lot.
One per steel windows tile sills
new and Fe.tle. home to reliable adult for five ft 9M8 Close to schools shopping center and
on. 1.d In toad condition. sis ConcordSEWING. AZALEAS cut flower artistic table months Phone unfuml.hfd. Per.nent P. O B Only 1 block from stores fine C.rr. theaters Owner leavlnc want offer STARTED. .2-bedroora frame

Walnut .. phone 5751.1DiGROOMEIT2Porchasod. siuio We 4'8. 242. Immediate possession Geo H Klttredge ft Son. Realtors' design Completion date
n.l.hbrho.
Southern
I bed CVCHCd.Uol. deor.tn. .i.n.her er.o. TAPhOle moun Two4 HOUSE. 2 bdrom. unfurnished or Re McGlll. Realtors 128 N. LAKE FRONT-Like a "South Sa" 17 E. Central. 3176.. Club area Priced
m.Urs. 140 ltI AD' FlorL Uorer1 12.10. toon Country
item 64 E. : rom.ld one A C partially .. 5413 er 4147 story come true! Low. Let finish this horn te suIt
Sar. fr. 20 Edn.atr I MACHINES Factory re 413. Hn.. Fla Ph 54R4 I Box bungalow with wide screened "U'n richt us
)or. Col.. b1Unar.nte like new CEU.US asaleas. palm, land Ta\ 1:1 Sta. CLOSE IN 4 blocks from heart of das. 3 each with French I PINE CASTLE 7-room house. 2 you Phone 8395
prt PARK
LAWN MOwE.Rubber fon. Wiggins: 64' a.p abbf tropical pl.nt WN -1153 Orance Ave HOUSE.-2 or 3 bedroom unfur- town. 4 bedroom classed In porch bro. .. Cypress .nel baths up and downstairs Could be ATTENTION GI and Civilian*- W*

besfst. H to 17'tn15 tre. b.1. SINK standard with Jursr. J bath furnished two-room eota.Shower .I.he. Refined couple 1 small 5 rooms rental proP .11 rear don 011 room with large used for double tenement 33 orange can now build for you at once a

(2093. Wyckoffa Hdw. 2324 KnhL RSA I Sale FRESH occasion chid. ).. Ph. 2-4688 Large commercial this for tiled baths ahower Roomy tree*. Urge lot. room for garden and and bath of good con7ruction -

Umn... Sle.. Amelia; dIal .FLWEEvI. Mill and WINTER PARK-CooL comfortable UNFURNISHED S or 3 bedroom 10.10. Stripling with M J. Moss. closet 3-car wit servants room chicken 5 block from Elementary and furnish lot on excellent
2-1442.' 10 Virginia Oaden. home near but line May 16th to apartment or bouse Permanent Main Phone 6977_ and -Variety fruit. Ilade and Junior High school Close to location AU for (6.800. W. c.ne-

Dal 2.18. Oct 25th Low rental to telisbleparty. resident Call Ferguson CENTRALLY LOCATED-For quick b.t .. only 7 ml. t Lake Conway Some bedroom furnlshlnc cur for avllln an 80* 01 soc
SHOW CASES-Two. Price. 25. 1600 Call Winter Park. 459 6 tion Rfrnra-I bath and I Well Phone 3-2465 F. Boland Realtor.CaVrtcan .
LAWN MOWERSKtlonny 39. I 1752.UFRIHE sale by owner rooms city center (4400 FHA
Livestock
East 93398KILSAW and Supplies Bid" dial ,
CoIOII.1 Dn. tel.phol' I til 8 p m.WIR 2-bedroom home. kitchen frame home Immediate oeeupancy $22 500 Immediately available. Rob tS I II PRINCETON SCHOOL SECTION- .. 673 M Orange

-$' -nch bl.d. (136 PARK-3-bedroom bunga OHarra. 4613 Huey with Robert R Tyre. Realtor but 2-4551 .
tlOw hand town mowers i GOATS-Several Saauian doe, Call D.l' C.1 I' lt. blocks from school and
List prc. 132.94. ..I price (23.96Tracy' Phone Knox 2-3163 Stores Co. : Fe 6 I Heavy milkers fr I lw. furnished. .un. through Te. .dwt. Per.nnt CLOSE IN-A splendidly located t 13- W. W..hinln 6174. j jI Lovely modern 2-bedroom. frame JJEW 5-ROOM frame. asbestos Jdf1B ..
O'ntkd *
1311 Penn Ave I Select hard roof 2 screened P
FlnseU Mount Spt.: HOUSE-space for garden five-room house on East Rldgewood bungalow built In 1939 lifetime
& Gotha SCREEN DOORS-Galvanised. 28x68 I Dr. COTTAGE Seaonal SMA Furnished and full sized bedrooms (2>. living For your wood floors lovely screened sun wnlne curtaIns. Venetian *hdekUndsc.ped
.Plubl P !' 8345 Knox Store Co.. 25 K. I HOREExelelt. condition.Winter Will rate rm. fumlhe. 6 fw.n. Permanent. Box 279 or room with fireplace dining room I LRNT-Norheat.. Moer 3-bedroom I'' porch attached garage with hot and Building with incomelake
Phone C.1 Bt
Pine St Pho. 2-311. dele I 9 m Adults utlll. 8ola. kitchen screen porch on rear and Very I.rl room: cold water for laundry attic fan itbllitle* In rear 90S 20th |

Fleas did 116. for County 1919J13 SCREEN DOOR GRILLS Pat. 329JSADDLE WILL c1 HOUSE 3 rooms in good neigh fine living porch on front Just the brlewl m.ID.. 2-.r garage .ld Ian"lo. blower type furnace ThIs home t* KEEP COOL thla Summer In a tovaly
I type (3 and OP Knox Bura I HORSES-Three extra nice SHARE HOME with couple' orwoman brho. By middle-aged man and place for mature people who want to Wilbur 6tnk.ad epic and span and you will agree front home 3 bedroom

2! E. Pine St. Phone 2-31.6t. C For sale or trade for .P boator I particular with car C.l 2-7342 fo .I.. h."lt. Box 275 Bta. be In wallknc distance of to.1 Furnished 11.0.2 Church; Iln. ontttandinc Price. (11.500 liberal screened porch fruit tree and sand
See Dallas College CII. rnon.bl. terms Jamerson and Carter. Realtors reasonable
TENT 16x16 but I ONE OR TWO room housekeeping Call O'Hara-or. bottom lake (11 750. very
.-Complete pr.mld. .Tent 37th now Street setup .. winter Park LIt m.nth rwom and bath un apt. Win pay 12.5 mol and ReaUers IIO.S.2-13&. 109 LAKE LUCERNE -Splendidly "0 E. CentraL Phone A. TBuitert I teVmT Clyd. McKenHe. 12 8. Main.
14. I 4 completed. 1403 W. supply own !EcOI ( Carter 9516 2-4775
MOWERS 11.n. .I.le Modern new frame transportation -
Featherweight
LIMITS furnished
LWN TILE-Your bath and kitchen la Slot -
rust St.
Firestone. Orange and Concord Permatil Free 't. Pet Stock and Supplies centleman B1 274 8ta. CI. 2 bedrooms (4750 (1000 and center of Orlando S large STREAMLINED BUNGALOW Wen

pr Phone aUate.1 2 BFDROOM eomnl'tely furnished 8 ELDERLY LADY want room with cash balance like r.nt Roper Realty. rooms 2 bedroom ba.7. large PRINCETON SCHOOL SECTION- located on extra large tot. 3 ale

LIVING ROOM Walnut B 18. 2.832. I BOSTON TRB.atUI male 11.Nor of Winter Park on Rt board in .rnt home Church Main 2- closet. et.aead porch (8950 take thIs 2-bedroom home bedroom tile bath and kitchen lornaee. -
SUE2 piece TRACTOR-hew. John Deere Model On ol. PPn. Call North of St Lakes I out carage pepper completely and nicely furnished. Oaa Venetian blind Quick oe* -
trl. 110. : Kuhl Ave D. Rubber U and .tr. Used p.m 'ekel 1313 Bar- Church *'5 .month. Inquire next SMALL datc HOUSE Bl 28 &ta. bament tree and Ok.. hce DtDellhbrho kitchen dining nook cozy screened pancy owner transferred. Price (950O ,-

LAWN CHWel built and com- 5 bo. 11 .. CD b wood door North.COTIAOt.3. Pr Pnrnuned enep cir Can or see Mortarty porch. Excellent location for children with term Furniture, U desired.Georgia

fln.bl. 8.t Lumber 71 Robinson Av*. DOG BISCUII5-.Natlonafly advertised room and bath fur I 1.n. dlh. Under 40. bi COLLEGE PARK-"W-t.r r*. Realtor. 2 Call Ray Lennon 6638. with Call von Schiller. Realtor

c22o Spur St P.2-10 TAAUS1 os. canvas spe brand By the pound or Dlhe. 926 Van Bnren Ave- Orb t Ba 26&t.r. In prc". 1815. Complez17 and furle Washington Dial 8881 W'i Joe O Myers Realtor. 7186

LUMBER-.Dry cypress I to 12 Inches u.ate. Sixe 15x18. B. F. hundred. Save money at Brownie V a 51. for Sale Laree lot Modern UND THE GIRL-We win find
wlae 4. S. 6. and I Goodrich and Robinson Kennel 901 Magnolia Ave- House kitchen 2-b- PRINCETON SCliOOL SECTION Clyde McKenzle. Broker
I Au.rr O.rl.1 Shop WILL SHARE MY HOME with onePnn room Dont delav ..1 the LAKE HIGHLAND-Large. S room the home
1227 Orl.o AM UPHOLSTERY FABRICS Above phone I Companion to live In home ALTAMONTE Broker" Ha tln.s. ltor. 62S E.Centr and bath. Also 3 rooms and b.1 One of better 3-bedroom hornet 12 8. Main. Phone 2-4779.

L &South Bend 9x22 all standard stock quality New pattern DOG FOOD. Ibble. and X-cel: doc ; with two small children I small SPIN08Frlhe *!. ( 4237. facing lake A real buy Fred oarl Immediate possession Price (10.000

.tamelt and uble bench. and ear R. a Brown. 2911 remedie .upplc OrlandoX.cei FIfth salary Phone 3-1796. between mo'. l.t5. cot.. Asher Peter. Ae.de' !rker 118 E Central An. pho. Courtney Realty. 392 H. Orance. 415.13247k. [Continued On Next Pare:!!

B I Z Ca P 288 M. Oranc Store. Dial 2-54 I lam. and 12 noon. and Main 2-'B8 .

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Cont. from Precedinr rage J j 55. Country Property for Sale 58. Real Estate Wanted I Mister Breger I II b9. Work Wanted-Female- j I|I 71. Autos-Tfallcrs Wanted i 73. Used Cars for Sale i' Ufrlsnbn grttthtrlTHURS.


-- - COUNTRY HOME near Eustls. 82 WANTED TO BUY-10 20 acres of MAID will do general housework.Relerenc.es. PRIVATE PARTY will pay up to MERCURY-1939 with overdrive

II.__Houses for Sale acre tract with 20 acres of .', first-class bearing aoY Give luu .-. ._ n_ __ 10 N. Parramer Ave. i 81000 cash for good sedan or tudor ,, Good condition. 8750 nl. 10 E. .. MAYSIOlIPage 19

trove. 5 room home situated 'I detain In first F. Baisnd L NEAT COLORED GIRL wishes pan, from private party. Lining. 101 I Canton Ave Ph. 6271. 1 I

VETERANS: AND CIVILIANS We I end overlooking a beautiful lake. j' Realtor. Carrlcan Bldg- 672 N. Or 1 \" I time Job a* maid. do bundle Indiana Ave, Winter Park OoB.l935 sedan. Runa i 76. Trailers-Trucks for Sale
wilt build oa or may Small fishing lake also borders I once i dial W1 I
select .. nUll' our prop 2-55 at home. 523 W. I ON-THE-SPOT CASH PAID for seed 1 good and looks good. 8393. Harley :
a
hiUn ho.et fr. erty. Good trcl tarden land. FOR IMMEDIATE RESULTS List clean used cars. Jim Cumble Cars. Wadswerth. 613 N. Orange; 8397. TRAILER wheel enclosed teardrop
Jlom* aad f1.lc.d .It finished 4 rom vottat on property. your property with Oeo. H. KHtredte. NURSE I 904 Orange Avenue. Phone i shape three e' iipat ments.
90
1 01 or a PRCAICA bOlsh.pr Nor I
Prompt'and complete planning J.D. A WODdtfu opportunity for the per Realtor 1 K. Central Ave. 2-521. Ideal for lunate. 873. Ph. 2o9..
a to enjoy 1t.
building service. Chenault Jenings. I I. life. near chnc.. $17.500. Phone 2-3176. I OL8'OBI 1933 ._d.D. Looks

Inc- 672 N. Or.D.. Ave. '234. euDr" Morse Co.. Realtor Enatls. PRACTICAL NURSE I 75. Used Can for Sale 10. .ond. lood. drives nice. I I
bprelce.OpD I $ .
I vVAITDia for Smith. E. Roblnsoa.
BUR .eU-lo.te R I
3
both.p. for
XJTTAGE Three and ell..I.Dt. LOANS
r. duple.. AUTO AUCTION Every Thursday. II LOANS LOANS
,-*, block from bl. 2 blocks to SUBURBAN PAM OU miles Lmems, Z-.proprtl. homes."Use Dial 2.251. Everbody sells. are lood.HollyRobson's I

schooL "1M1he 13 er uau from flY. room our 3 lnlre.t-ldrom Jo Myers. REGISTERED NURSE Desires 24- prr. 2120

cubed 1 d.lr .1 St._ frame cottage with oil painted i I I Realtor 29 W. Washington. ; dial I hour -case. Available now. 2-4. S. Orange Motr Alcto. ; OLDSMOBILE 1939 2-door. New
terior modern bath and Vapo B8S1- 638. 1 Nancy Altl.r R. N. I day. TaU. Turl. t motor and new paint job. See at I BORROW BY PHONE
ATTENTION O-l'aW. are endeavoring :I th 105 North Bumby Phone 2-2174
for besting and cooking and I 1 at. CALL US-THEN STOP
to you ur bet of lawn and garden for 70. Work Wanted-Male BtICK-I81 special 4 door sedsn. PLYMOUTH-1941 Convertible crab
IUI. pble. we eu Call WE HAVE BUYERS wantIng troves. excellent condition Colonlsl Very IN THE SAME HOUR FOR
8.
the 100. 1.. Uavailable. a 1100.. 109 O'H.na-Wor.. Pn. I business properties and 10m. Forimmediate i AMBITIOUS. Christian young man. ,I Motors. 1239 E. Colonial Drive. I eoup.. e W. o .dltln R THE CASH! S30 to $.100
W* .1 b* un sale lift with for C'Dta Av. .
hove '0 th* office Between Sanford and Realtor 37 W. .. A A.n I 4-se I| .It c.r.. desires .orl rde.nce..1 I BUICK-1940 super 4 door .e.Q 421. B.rl.tL
ACE ,
talk ever your desires aDd qualification. 1 Small orange and tangerine pr"D.Ut Ca.ce Radio very PLYMOUTH -1937 4-door sedan.
O. P. .p. Realtor. e Jut srove. Approximately 225 I DONT 'UT your property with me Kla.lmm.e 286. Colonial Lcr.blb9 E. Colonial I Very sood mechanically; new. Teat Get cash quickly on your Signature.

Pine Phon trees; 2 grapefruit; 2 pnlmmon.,I want ..u HenryBurch. BOOKKEEPER-ACCOUNTANT D Drive. shiny, dark green finish. An excel Auto er Furniture. Can todayl
Broker 12 8. year round lent buy for 839$. R S. Evans Truck
Chicken houses
etc. 2-109. prm.D.nt pl BUICK 1926.
.t. Ap lr. 3 new tires Good
experienced in and Bargain Lot. comer Garlandand
prosm.tl, 6 under ; I FARM Torou.b .c transportation. 8150. Ph. 5795. See
Northern buy .
2-1023.
I SAL .anted. management. 17years
bedrooms sleeping porch.lIving Am.I.
$*Oo.ttOWN-Mvo In. I Investors Inquiring dally orft. at 421 S. Rosalind.
3-bedroom house furnished. Electric room dining room kitchen for .utomobl. '. AddressT PLYMOUTH 1940 convertible. GFC
businesses Cub LOAN COMPANY
farms.
homes and BUICK 1940 Super club
bath separate laundry room stationary W. Vemo. 1610 S. Orange BIO coup Beautiful clean
stove, : ; I Strout Realty. 31L W. Colonial. som Trail. Orlando. Good m.rhallea condition. Jim Jim Ire
-lolelmr. tubs. etc. Completely Fa.BiEPER thouhout Cumbie Cars. 904
lot. Balance rr.c
rated inside and out. Price. WE HAVE BUYERS for 2 and 3-bed- SALESMAN-Experi- tumble lt Or.D& Ave. Or.DI .. Phone 2-4521. 71 East Robinson Phone 8735BUICK'S

P..I&. A Ave.Oold.n, (Near MaltlsndUaderpaastt I Writ Box 270 S-8tr. room bome.. duplexes and 11.ln.. .-.-. hiLI I and casualty aD'Ur 24521. PYOU 1937. Runs
prop List your desire Partnership BUICK 1936 coupe Good condltlon. lo.
Winter PaL 30 AC of grazing and muck land. Realtors. prop. .It sure or connrtoa. Capable of N. paint. 8525. See George I11S Ave. Cumbie phone 2-4521 C.r. 14 .
i iI
:::8 eommllon
boos*. H4 mL SELLERS: BUYERS- Claybauth.: I 283 8-Star. Davis at 10 N. Bumby.
from Orlando City Limits. Sell or m.na.ment. Clipper 4 doer se-
Realtor. Metcalf Bide. Phone 5613. BUICK-1941 Special 4 door sedan. PACARD116
I CONTRACTOR WORK-New
OROVX AND ROME-Near lake bus rent. Ph. 27912.COIJNTRTPLACEUcre. same old ring since *23. construction WAS. Materials on Radio exsellent Jim I milesie. A b.utrul
; car. S. 60 W.
and stores. Modern 2 bedroom bungalow 11 t a duplexIn FOR RESULT LIST your property ( I the ground; furnish. most any kinds. Cumble Cars. 904 mrh.nlca Orn& *. 2- : R Enn.. Ask for C'Dtra. Ay.

coo .ty. and water b..tr. the country, live one side Broker. 1407 Reasonsble. J. B. Ralner Box SI. 4521. B.rl.tt.I

attached lrn. Plenty aad.. 6 and rent the other for 150 00 per I East Washington Street. Dial 3-3937 ,4 Z.U.o. BUICK-1941 Super convertible. Excellent PNTC-IJ.. Good motor. good
lrn trH. Ideal rtr.d month. 4 acre of land. 40 fruit trees. and ask for Tom. 3 rl' 10 takes it. 701 Clay
*. Priced to* sell quick- .loa."Sp.k ._:::=:; CHIEF CR-Dtr. permanentlob. mrb.Dla condilo. I Street.
to good .
IU. "I" : : 'I references Ure. Job.
I Im.dl.t p t15 position : G
Call Fennell
Tem .It to Spiegel C.r."tr each. PLYMOUTH-1940 club coup New
amnnd Metcalf SI..IM. Wht. [ 59. Out-of-State PropertyNICK 2861. I 1.IM PIY.t.l owned. Con USED CARS
IUI. .. R.ior Met.l I KI.lmme G. phone 8613 between motor Excellent condition. Forcedto
BId,. PAINTING don by hour or contract.Experienced I 8700. Pegram's Shell
23255.HOMZANDI.IVINO sm. and 3 Service.
BUNGALOW Frame. 2 bedrooms pm. or 733H N. .eu
.cAtha
| painter. 7228 before
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in the highlandsof r I I Pb W..lmorl.nd after 6 pm. Park.PLYMOUTHl935
sleeptni pcb. G D.Ihrho.Palbe. ., 6. 2-3098 evening g._ _ _
t.r.. Ua Northwest Orange County. The SUUUER ROMIflendersonvlfle \ BtCK1IUp.unur llmosene. business 42 Buick Roadmaster Sedan
eoaP.
..1 N. pbon SprIng section. Well built modern. MIDDLE AGED COUPLE-Best ref Ye only 8793. Nlr radio heater. G
M.1 42 Buick Super Convertible Coupe
2-3983 er 2-4737. 2-bedroom bom S acre berries providing N. C. Flat Rock. 6 eeD".. Operate liquor packagestore R. S. Evans Truck and Bargain Lot. condition. S39S. &aUD.

a year-round income. Rom bedrooms. 4 baths. servant a.r- I "Dorothy! I think I've hod enough ridin' for today!" I for owner. Ph. 4789.PARTTTME corner Garland and Amelia. 2-1023. 8 W. Central. 4321. 42 Buick Super Sedan
for chickens and cow. On and S
51-1. Lake County Property tel a room caretaker house. WORK-Fllllni It.tO. CHRYSLER--1941 6-cyUnder 2-door PNTC194e 4-or sedan. Like-
few small farms on which a family 43 Plymouth 2-door Sedan
Beautiful trees and .hrblr. 4-5 clerk truck driver. Days sedan radio excellent mechanical ne. mUrat 8.

EUSTIS-Beautiful 7-room furnished tan make a living. 8* os for details. acres. Price $16.000. Ed. 8ltber- 1,0. 'I I .lurda all day Bot 289 S-ta. condition. Jim Cumble Cars. 904 N. Evans. e W. Central. 4321. I 42 Chrysler New Yorker Sedan

houa .It lu..a' and oil burning Price reduced to 10.. Hockel-O'- land Co. R.ltor. ., Business Opportunities 6t. Help WantedFemaleSTENOORAPHERPermanent !, WORK-Veteran with experi Oranie. Phon 2-4321. 4-door. Very sood
Neal. Realtors: Robinson; N. C. SAL PLYMOUH-1931
bdrom 2 baths. 18 .nc. as salesman bookkeeper, CHEVROLET-1941 Special Deluxe mrh.DI..lb. R 8. Evan 43 Lincoln Convertible Coup
I 195.
2- .r laraie .11 .p.rmen' .bY. 2-375. BUSINESS LISTINGS NEEDEDe pooltion. wholesale plumbing and beat1'. Box club coupe. Jim Cumble Cars. 904 Truck and .". Garland and _
41 Buick Headmaster Sedan
One extra lot. Mll I H.rlow O. Fredrick. "Bu.lne. ._Boa_292 SSlsr.STENOGRAPHER 276 S-Star. a N. Orange Ave. 2-4321. Amelia. 21023.PNACln..

an ..tat. Possession at once. 56. Business Property for Sale INWOD. MICHIGAN-"Land of'' HUdQu."er.- 115 N. Oranse. General office I 6 41 BuIck Super Sedan

Realtor 406 Orani Av*. hunting. 17 milesto f work. Must be experienced able to 71. Airplane Sales & Service CHRYSLR1141 Windsor 4 door ad.l.. Clean re-
HUDtr. FbID'
8379.
of Richardson
.. ph. 30Blue.XU8TI8 BUSINESS LOCATION 120 R. R. Lake S room CHEMIST In l.nuf.ctur. ntr.eaconc.Dtr.tr. hand- pl.1 DPhol.t.r. CDtl7 41 Dodge 4-door Sedan
meet the Apply In own :
Eu.t.
F. frontage by 220' deep with private mo." emullon.. puble. R. S. EnD.60 W. El Punto Trailer P.rk OS.
Cora ChrUtenson. / Centa Phon
house with lom. W.I lentieman I wrltlnc references and fU.U TWIN ENGINE ratings on GrossmanWidgeon 4321. 441. '41 Club
5-room Mercury Coup
b.U ly owned Spur running thru centerof 332 fountain syrups d.me SoutheD A.1 B.rlet.
I 5-acrt ,rY and other frlL' plot. I.ld. city limits of R 1 B. as p.rn.r. to help fl".D"e.Dd I I flcatlons to 8. 280 SStar.WOMEN I : land sea and instrumentVeterans CHRYSLER PACKAlJI. 4-door sedan smafl

lake and be suitable or chicken This eulckiy-eo OIDdo. operate tb. .business. Should I 18 to 43 years of ..I training. Orlando Av.Uon.. Equipped 114 Rrl. Brulhm. condition W. 41 Oldsmobile "tt" Club Coup

: farm as .el as trove. Possessionat : I better h r. Price reduced to $7.500; 60. Business Opportunities t..v..rIU..blt Box 293 S-Slsr wanted for cafeteria position Country Club. Ph. Winter fnild-drlve. Original "middy" blue and Colonial Brt 10..I and 7 p 101. 41 Chevrolet J-door Sedan
once. $ B. W. Huntley. Rea'tor '- terms. Mr. Wheeler with J. P. necessary to Easy I
It.r. I finish. 35.000
I Iat "prl.ne actual miles PLYMOUTH 1932
Av Eustls Fla APARTMENT Independent I Six-day week. 72. Autos & Trucks For Rent put on roup 17. Ply-
40 Orl.. *. 'tot. 14S N. Main: 5809BUSINESS' 3-room H0t8E. furnished furnished.Iran. Ideal working conditions..i I with care. Drive and buy It for mout eo.ch 134. 8245.

ph. ? units. Tub and ao.e b.tb.Also 4- ATTENTION DORSA Apply Tramor Cafeteria. 8 CAR-RENTAL INC.-Hllh trade Insured Ave 81493 Phone R. 8. En1. 101 W. Central SI"de' .. Lockhart. Many Others to Choose From

LAKEFRONT-Modern 6-room house rom apart cars by week or season 528. I PACKARD-1936. 4 door. On owner
I I
t
t( oa beautiful Lake Mlnnehaha. Two BLOCK-Over 200 ft.rishi ment AU electric. Large corner lot. strIctly mo.r. practically new C.ntr.l be responsible people. 6139. 30 CADILLAC 1941 convertible Original paint. Looks and runs like
0 lane bedroom with plenty of clt oa Oranse Av*. Grossing bl section. Priced to yield 17%. hou. with spacious WAITRESS WANTMI.t W'I Livingston Ave. C.l I Hydramatle. Radio and eOlp.. new. Colonial Motors. 1239 E.
2 : lane front and rear nearly 15.0 on 100.000 investment 0.1. 418 Broafway.BUSINESS living room sun room and 8 bathi.Bulldtnf I perienced .el. Gd perfect automobile. Low mileage and 1 | Initial Drive Co Let us help you select your
prch.
b.t for four t absolute security I Is Air Conditioned bat thermostatically 126 W. Robinson ._ _ D. VARNER U-DIUV-IT-Drlve I I extra clean. J. C. McKellar. Your I used ear.
c.r. L'18X.
Accommo.tl. controlled oil furnace I yourself; low rates: by mile or d. PLYMOUTH-19'so deluxe 4 door .
from paved road quality property. WOMAN WANTED-To do un.r.1 Packard 342 N. dial .
rDDD'. 827.3OO. J. Swald. lulne. T.d. 143 OPPRTS .Ine' and splendid hot water heating hourework. June to D. Varner U-Drlve-It. Inc.. 234 WCentral 5147. D.le. Or.n. d..An actual 33.000 mile rar. Has

233 flrb.. 7559. N. Lli. 01. Rr.ltr. 120. 2-108. Rom 45 W. equlment. Excellently arranged for Newfane. Vt. Ave. Phone 2315.HERTZ been stored 3 yrsrs. Original rslnt

BrO M.la 2-11. C.Dk.1 Steel Doctors' Clinic and Hospital. With ed. 3 in family no 8rpt.mbr'l DRIV-VR-EL System I Very Very cl..n. Colonial Motors. ORANGE BUICK CO.

WZ HAVE a select list of worthwhile this is a separate building of I rooms Winter 3SOM.WAITRESS Trucks pasenur for rent 1239 E Colonial Drive .

homes end businesses. It will be to 1- BEAUTY BHUP-A busy twooperatorshop each with lavatory (3 b.tb CentrallY r.r. by hour. day or Reasonablerates. CADLLAC-i947 aedanett "62" PONTIAC-1936 4 door sedan. Nw
I your advantas .see .before you CLOSE IN-Masonry ct"UoQ upstairs In heart of down located. 117 ft. .. 157 WANTED-Experienced. We furnish .everything but Hydramatle. .I conditioner radio. paint, good good seat covers.A 130 N. Or me Av.. Ph. 6114-5410

local W.J.J.Ue.Realtor, Tavar.s, .tr. 25x125. R.I.d frolt.delivery. town. Price 130000. Call Miss Flsk It deep. Owners Bale. Phone 560$. Apply Only at local Hush's resident Grill. need Wall apply.St. the driver. 904 N. Or.DI Ave. Phone 84500.etc Striking finish. 1500 miles. good tl., 139$. R. S. Evans. .
Idel .arebou. O'Harra-Moorc. 2-2380 109 1 I 2-4064 WU trade and finance. S. .
I "ord. wit S I R 400 N. 4771.
11.50. easy tem. Huck.1'.LR.Uon WOMEN from to 30. earn while Evans 40 N. Oranie. Or.n.
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; 118 K. dil 1 OLIN INC.-New cars PLYMOUTH-1933 4 door sedan.Low
Rblnln week V-DRIE-I.
to start
learn. $ per
52. Groves for Sale BLOCK MACHINE for lease; prior t EVERY BUSINESS Is a olden opportunity you I for rnt. rates per day. cost Orlsinal shiny
and 623 per week at end of 3 months. lu"ur.
A CLOSE IN 8 unit apartment. Each I sale. 1600 blocks per day c.P.et. for someone. To sell or Overtime for more than 40 hours per i I .eel or Open evenings til I black finish. tires. Best bet
10 ACRES IB Northeast Orlando. F. W. Oresbsm.2637 1.Jef.nn.iPARLRD.Dt.n business C. B. D. 242 N. Orange 1 I CHEVROLET-19J8 coup. Perfect at 8495. S. 400 N. CARS
double bonded Investment. Pull with bath and kitchenette. Excellent buy a contact YI meek. Telephone operators enjoy In ; I 2481.STtR'rCArX running condition. Inside R EnO. Orl' QUALITY

one trigger now and out comes 2300 I IDn.tm.nt Ap.rUeD' availableor .loca R.ltr!!: 104 E. Jefferson. 2-1649. ttr.t work and conlrl.1 aO and out. Radio heater. Special 8595. 4771.

boxes of bearing trees. ... Cal Lla Royal.0672 W AN'"jY-8m.U Apply at I T I R. 8. Evans. 400 N. Orange. 4771.CHEVROLET PLYMOUTH 1937 4-door .rd.a *48 BUICK SEDAN
or.DIC. 5 la or for details. For quick sale 125. Courtney Realty Co. 128 E. New England Ave. and e S Excellent ". RoadmasUr
a year rbbe.
the other Ooo
PU and out comes 48 .el located CITY LIMITS 3-acre tract .It ; 392 N. ._ a-247t. able llvins. Writ alvinc all details i Winter Park. Fla I j I Ave. GUns Used- & Garland sedan. I 10. party. Davis "rmor. Radio heater. This ear like new.

home site .ort at I. 836.000.Orlando's $2000 Income from 3 BAR AND PACKAGE STORE-Well first letter Box 267 8-Star._ WAITRESS W ANTEE"prl..cr. |i 11' Ave Phone I .. and Parramor Af.

( er.th .U make it bap- rooms and bath 1 duplex 4 rooms located in Orlando. Excellent business. ON THE BUSIEST htsh- Apply at OrlU 0 iHmhey 2-34. PLYMOUTH 1939 4-door sedan '48 PACKARD CUPPER

pen.) Owner & ." for this bath each. All furnished complete Ions leas*. A real buy a 18. 0 I LAT Florida. A few driving Street.NEAT.PERSONABLE. J CHRYSLER 1936 Royal 4-or with radio. This Is ..exceptionallyclean Fully equipped and almost new.M .

profit authorises this office sell City water copper piped t all cot- including n.ture .D. CDtr.l town. The living LADY of coed j 73. Auto Service sedan. A very good buy at 8293R. rar. Olln's Used C.r. 142 N.
terms. th* Variety of fruit otry. W* have listed at different 8. Evans Truck and B..I ; SEDAN
for 822.300. some age* l.rl quarters are spacious-rsclous and voice for sales and sundry duties. Lt.Gal.nd OsrUnd: 2-34. 83 CADILLAC
bay of th. month!" Asher Peter. Real- trees.. Dandy location .h.d'i price ranges. Com In and see I strictly modern. A business building Quality Cleaners. 813 E. wa.hlnlton.1, ALIGNMENT Free t I Ianlr. and Amel. Commander 4 Rydramatie. radio and heater tone

'tor. 'cor. Central and Main; 20786. lion cottase and trailer k I Mr. Little with Harold Shepherd adaptable to many different kinds of Apply In person. Mr. I I Prompt p.;by expert :: CHEVROLET-1946. 4 door .e.a STDEBAJERl.40 .. mechanically blue. Almost new.
Realty Co. 20 X. Washington WII.m. .. dor ld.l. I
GROVE trees. 10 ash. Roper Realty. Church 8t 7.000.00 will handle. A .nlc at 11000 miles Radio hrte.
uslnesi I
20-ACRE 210 Exrl..In perfect will have tn see to
sores full bearlni. ( bd. bl.ao MaID 23433. I Phone S124. with Prescott V. Steel 65. Help Wanted-:Male I year Service. 300 Orange new. R. R. Calef Ft. Hot.1 appreciate. R.YOI. Evans. 60 W. Central '46 n CADILLAC CLUB COUPE

(I yean) Just stsrtlni. Idel .r HOME AND INVESTMENT property. I 4S West Central Avenue. !I AUTO BODY WORK and painting; I CHEVROLET-1947 Fleetlin Sedan. Ave. Phone 4321. for Hydramatle. radio and heater.
2.108. A.1
B.r
southeast aids bin .. Irl.a- 3 Apt. hens and double sarase. I BEAU SHOP Orlando's best. excellent work and service. Rambo. R. 8. Evans. 550 N. Orange AVI. I.tt.8TEBAKERI031. Practically new.

II'.pt I.tm. 121.0. C. W. Price reduced for Quick sal*. 17 8. 00 business equipment ..ld1.UoQ 61. Bank Loans-Services BODY man sheet metal work I 1 808 W. Central. : Phone 211.CHERL. I Commander
9618. Salem St.. Eustts. Term right AUO a.- 42 CADILLAC 61 SEDAN
Itr. : .50. t Best working conditions. AUTO or nliht. Su 4-door .
Pem-I REAID" 1935 sedan. A N. Job.
eACRI GROVE house. HOME AND INCOME-Excellent 101 I I P.r Ask] det.U liven .ttr..tdbue. nent position and food pay right prior mecb.DI.. 808 W. Ilce rar. Good rub I 1595. R 8.Evsns. 550 N. Orani. tir.Av*. Hidramatic, radio heater
; *
Wal section. 1760 trees. Irriga cation en Orlando Ave. Marti Williams. TbompoD. 1Ib. INSTALLMENT LOANS cost you less man. Apply Holler Chevrolet. IIS I Only 8295. R. 8. Evans Truck I Phone 24601.STUDEBAKER.1046. Lute Mew.
Average crop 7-92.. in City Limits of Winter Park. National Compare E. Central Mr. D. Goldsmith. and Bargain Lot. Garland
gar a is. .b.d. Washington 81. Phone 8106. at First B.nk i Z AUTO WRECKER-Phone 2-3741 for corner andAmelia ton pick-up.
8300 at H Nice home for Owner and 2 rental costs. When Is lotS H 42 PACKARD cLIPPER
I
Pk.d 135.0.cuh th. any auto 808 W. 2-10:3.
bn. I emergency. It might to before
I' 8.34 C.a pay yon see na Club coupeRadio
B apartments which are returning $2SO let t I
V "Yol I 10.you I-Pument AUTOMOBILE MECHANIC ExpertI tral Ave. Rambo C 1941 Special DeLuxe yon buy a used ear. T. P. Baker Motor over-drive
F Br"e. 1964 W. Fairbanks. Winter a 10ath Price. $1.0. Call Brock CLOSE IN -Bervlc* station batteries; I IO. you get 1.5 enced ou various types of cars Wrecker Service." .Orlanlo' Ofca 2-door..Lh I reconditioned.I Co. KlMimmee. Fla. beater

Prt. atl wtl Cea.aJ I.eaDDI.Inc.. and tires. Met Income $400 to 15 I you let 186-Payments 1 8 I 1 I trucks and tractors. Good pay See Profit Used SOO "
672 N per month. Live wire can S 300. you let 279-Payment* I AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE Experienced Popht. Ca. STATION WAGON-1941 Ford super 41 PACKARD 6" SEDAN
3ACRI GKV&8.oranses. 17% terms. Hlnton. Realtor ISO I 400. you let 33.34 Mrs. Young Dr. Phtlo Co. 60 W. :I mechanics; prompt service; W. Crnt.1 deluxe. Radio and heater. A beautiful A very nice low mileage car.

Iapfrlt Aver- LAKE FRONT-Tourist cour. Si. I 1"40. I SOO. you let 31-pam.nl 41., j I Robinson. !I food stock p.rt. accessories and CIfEVROLET-1934. Ex.lent mechanical car -excellent condition. Private Economical to Own.
as* production 10. bna 11 X 600 ft. .It mo.r. 83.34 ARCHITECTURAL 01I I tires. D. 234 W. Central Ph 2-4253.
Warm I. rooms APPLIANCE STORE you let 930-Payment* Drat.m.n. Vane.. Ir" condlUol. .n. owner
Jouta tlnton ,tm prcb 100. full particulars as to ; 8250. Pegram's Service Winter 43 81 CADILLAC SEDAXETTE
large ." Price for quick *. mil N. of ,I Now netting oye 18 moat monthly p.7..nt 12 10atha 1 : Park. S.1 WIt.LYS---1941 4-door sedan. Very
I Pa for are I education experience aie sex. salarydesired. JOBS and wheel used In R. 8. Evans Radio heater hydramati
Franchises
paved ,load. Price 1 termsto Ualtland on Across from se melt. 1 AUTOBRK every way.
a responsible bu>.00.00. Rench deforest. R'n-l2_ _ i cured. Located la community b Figure* d fUe insurance to pay Box 283 S-8tar. .lnm.nt. I-.J service. Whels CHRYSLER.-1939 4-door sedan. Very Truck and Barealn Lot. corner Garland -
.r. Broker. 28 L e. I Orlando. Owner going Will loan in ease The First BLOCK MASONS Two first claI b.l.nced yon wait. C. A clean original p.111 good tlrec. and Amelia. 2-1023. 42 NASH SEDAN
W..bllltQ SERVICE STATION-On busy street. $8000._Box_271 Norb National Bank at Orlando. 4th floor. I I Phon 2-0081 before p.m. Prance A Sons. 1010 W. Church. win hare to see at Ambassador "6" Like New
50 ACE1&b.r.teea Ba.JI Net intern 10 per month; business .elor I. Ita. I 8. 60 76. Trailers-Trucks for Sale
Evans. W. Central.
la stock Only CUSTARD BOOKKEEPER thoroughly experienced AUTO PAINTING and Body Work. 11. R
pla.PM. ealpment. DRIa-D-D 41 BUICK SPECIAL SEDAN,
J ins Lent FIRST NATIONAL Installment loan I In simple bookkeepings We lu.r.ntr complete satisfactionat
blocks. la beautiful condition 3500. Ring Realty; le. ,
.pa.t. neeU.Dt 1550. Radio, nice
beater
fla. bloom. new ,ronOYImeDL 5435. Cuc 2719 N. Av*. department on 4th floor now openS Must be neat and efficient. 40 hour prices. Central Slot1085 CHEVROL-I04 4-door sedan. CHEVROLET 1941 Ton-and-a-hal a very
ald B.. Paved road Or.n. to 4 d.I,. Saturday 9 to 12 \ week. For office In Apocka. Fla. I only baked enamel .ut paint and upholstery. truck Good condition tires. Fries clean car
Mo. COURT SITE-225 a 325; FILLING STATION-On U. 8. NO.1 Al 9695. 2700 8. DIxie Highway.
TAIL better you. Elevator service. WrlteP.O. Box 372. Apopka.'Fla. oven. Llveiys Auto Body Very clean. mechanically good.
and terms r.J I
see ln. & I '
'rDt. Pr. Grant Blossom 3 blok. from c.nte of Wellstabllahad Shop. 3000 N. Orange 41 62 CADILLAC SEDAN
T.1 t. : 8. W. CHEVROLET 1939 paneL New
37 W. COOK WANTED Experienced. Apply 80. U.C5. R EYO. 6 Centr.l
I -
clean vacant
4-room .
A.O Ratr Wa.h- bl.l- I Hjdrsmstle. radIo and heater
N.t .ala.
aa dark finish. A
shiny
Loans $300 BODY AND FENDER green very
62. Up I
and 43t.
1.0.Ho.ae Brotr 306 N. M.b; ness. Can week for t Street.at Harry's Grill. '0 South Hut hey painting. Estimates reoalr11 CHEVROLET-1935 sedan. I ood money maker for only 859! A realy nice car
all
$100O including merchandise stockexcept j 2-or
T25. AUTO. Furniture. Diamond loam- Satisfaction luaranteed. D. Jam up" In every respect. R. 8. i R. S. Evans Truck and Bargain Lot .
W AIHOtSE.In, 8. Huthey ..C B. Davis Re.ltr. O Economy Finance Company. J. P. COMPTROLLER WANTED-The man I 234 W. Central Ave. Phone V.me.. Evans W. Central Ave. 4321. | corner Garland and Amelia 2-102: .41 PACKARD CLIPPER
47.000 BTJTS t l-acre lora-1 IVa rented. 1. J.ter.o. 2-14. we want IDh.ndUn e 4-Door Sedan
Uetcalf Bulldnc. h.c "prl.nr.
Ild11. Burier. 807 CHEVROLET 1338. lt-ton. Stak
M.I.e. BRAKE REPAIRS-We supply all I CHEVROLET 1942. 2 door -
orn. In. WOd.ru prol. $6500. Terms. 4864. GROCERY AND all fn.ne.1 sedan. Radio. Heater. Overdriv
Dor for MET MAKUta Pho. ( matters for medium to your auto needs: also tires las Excellent condition. Priced right. body dual wheels rood rubber;
Qt.
I honey h* money! Trad with INCOME PROPERTY-About 2 blocks ill health. at 323 er.E. King R.... poration. He 1* probably a C.P.A.. |I.nd oil. Dixie Sales! & Service. W. I Private. 1905 8. Orange Blossom 8400 rash Call Winter Park 620. These cars sold with a 30-day

Svald. Louis alln. Realtor. "SpeelaUilng fro-a Nor Gr.DI Avenue on East C.1 BI WSB.t r.dJ c.b. for per althoutn that Is not absolutely essential. I Poutliat_ Boon St. Trail. DODGE-1940 5s-ton panel. R. 8. guarantee.
in Oroves." 143 N. Uain .lid*. nr Sbedroomnous GRayET MARKET with needs from Acceptance Evans Truck and Bargain Lnl
In.1 .. He wants a permanent connection CAR WASHING and by CHEVROLET 1939 tudor New
3-14(4 71SS.SS. oa T-fo' 10, ."eU.a' for In colored Corporation at 480 N. Gr with a organlustionwhere pl.bll. .P II .d.. corner Garland and Amelia. 2-1023
pointment. For
o Iro.ID. paint A real value In .ost
for Used Cart.
Cain
meet good terms. section. Income tax report will show 10. W* pay
ha. $1.0.. 70 better than $9000 net for grocery sole in Or.ldo: or at Coo. or Wia- age Is not a f.cor. Writ service call B ft J Service Station transportation. Colonial Mot 1239 DODGE-1940 H-ton pickup 8595R. .
J..n. ,
R..ltn. best suited to
Z you. details to
giving Box
Boone 8. Evans Truck
te Tem. S-Sta. corner and Jackson. E Colonial Drive. and Bargain
C'ltr.1 Phone A. T. Carter. store last year. Three other bulldlnss Borrow on your .. auto, furniture -
Acreage for Sale BY OWNER-Established business have Ions leases. Price 10.00. H or other coU.trl DRIVE WANTDnl those who CNVERnBL TOPS Head linings. CdiVROL- 1940 2-door. E" Lot cor Garland and Amelia. 2-1023 J. C. McKELLAR, INC.

and home on main highway plot. 1 c..h balance easy terms. with Or- | Tailor-made ..a cover condltoD. Can be seen at el-I Li000E-1940 114-ton pickup. $1593.
'' iso Herman Inc. Broker Undo streets will qualify. Apply to I *. West Auto Trim LexIngton fit Used Cars. 500 R. S. Evans Truck and Bargain *
150. Lake In
'run* CASTLZ BXCTION 10 acres. Cash s required! $7000.r.r. Prc. 113.00. 677 N .Or.lu Go.l.(85. CASH LOANS-Quickly made on fur- Mr. Howell. City Cab Co. |' Call 6012.LUBfUCATON Sbop wih An.CEROL. Lot. cor. Garland and Amelia. 2-1023 YOUR PACKARD DEALER
tood
land Electricity school 28 S-t.r. nlture. autos and diamonds. Or-
available S7SO cash. Phone 20413.U OARGET. Buckeye Garage. 1317 ando's own Horn Finance Co.. 307 HOTEL CLERK-Nights. Orlando. No Shellubrication 1s 1941 2-door Ir.a DODGE TRUCK 1939 m-ton. 342 K. Orange Ave. Phone S14T"World's
at Orange Blossom I i transcript. Stat age and scientific lubricationEvery Cumble Dual rear wheel Best offer. Pleas
SElL BUSINESS PROPERTY thru Uetcalf Bldt. Dial 2-0304. Ji Co.
10 ACHES' of food land on Ualtland Trail can be bought for $1250. which ence own handwriting. No Tiook and cranny" of your 904 N. Orange rail 4432.DODOEi946.

I Road :; 300 : hlth- Club.UIb Realtor. Uetcalf Bid,. includes capacity Curtis compressor P. O. Boa 2828. Orlando. eaDr-1 car or truck 1s touched. Smooth run- 2-521 H-ton pick-up. An
and oft roads. 2Ol. DODGE-1935 A nice looking.good .
way 0.11r2.n D.1 $13 .It 5 HP. motor. me'ql EXTRA CAH-EXA PAT For HANDY MAN-To rp.1 nine mechanical P.r. ..ar.d ,0 running COup. only 8395. excellent buy. R. S. Evans True
C.
B..I term A. tool and tools automobile any prD.l bu.IDe.PUI. | keep Safe ca R and Bargain Lot
Private Courteous .. .rd.. repn.e. h.rd-tre S. Evans. 101 W. Central Aye. ; Garland and Amelia. Largest Dealer
57. Real Estate ExchanredCHEVROLET painting equipment with electric offeu. I live on premises. Must observe S.I place p.rt m.kr easy 3290. 2-1023. _ _ _
Av*. (neat Maltland underpass) Winter Carblte 460 N. Or- bath be all-around cafe pleasure. Southern
aander welding equipment and decent -
Fsrt. : .. I.D. 1. Orea FORD-1946 1 ton pick-up. 2-speed
good chain hoist office desk chair Phone 7136 Office also at writ or apply at the Mission. Str. 692 ; dial DODGE-1932 coupe. A real bargain
2-door A-l
sedan.
condition T.ft
30 ACRES OF LAND and lake on ni- new tires. Plnt owner. and business. O.ne has other inter cocoa and Winter Bn.. I Fla. 2-180. car Perfect runnln 400 lo. tires. Cumble axle. 7x50.Cars. 7000 904 N.true Orange miles. Ave Jim R S. EVANS
S. Evans
way I miles from downtown. Good Trade for small bOI. ald lot or ests. I apply at above LINOTYPE OPERATOR-Contact Bob I RADIATOR REPAIRING-All make 19. R Or.DI. 2-4521.

house. electricity klhr Oulpm.lt equity. Ph. 4161 cars. new stock all cop 477.
I Mills. Phone Complel .
4 chicken bouse ly.a-.cr. 218.WI cTOR-TATE SHOP A S.atn.I-8ta. I per cores for replacements.Call DODGE-1940 Radio heater. FORD-1938 pickup ", ton. Will
112.500. MOOS. Brok TRADE new masonry home in Intert.d. roup.. throughout.A trade for car er seiL 8330. Call DAILY SPECIALS
o t aon. K opportunity. LOAN OP ALL KINDS c. T. W.lte Radiator Shop 621 new tie. 't
12 Main. < 77. Park for cottage or lot on Please ..2-4302. fD' OII.BURNER INSTALLATION and W. Central; dial S933. steal 8995. R. 8. Evans. 8 W.Central. 2-0331.
lake near Orlando. 1029 W. Smith. service man. Must be able completely .
4321.
: Furniture Loans Binds .
4* ACRES soil letted in SII.itr. _
1.ld. Kllacer. GAS AND GROCERY At .
Inventory.
C.r service type
Install and
OPEN SDNDA
section; S2200. Gallons 3-year lease. Loans Auto Loans 73-1. Auto Parts-Accessories redan. Private owner. FORD FICK-UF-1937: 8195; SSOi.
fn. oil burning equipment. Salary commission DEToI94
BEDROOM HOUBZCouway Itlon. r..1 Fast Service.
Loam. etc.
zoom 4 Central I S.la Bobs Trailer Park.
'
fat A Roper ,. and
rode; '41. for Improved property on 2-3433. R.at ).1; Strict Privacy. IIIPUfl.e Loan and UDnle.. approxl.tl'IC Cheney Highway. M. W. Llndsey.DESOTO '47 Chevrolet Aero Sexlanet
main hlway. Call Frank Moore. 972O. i Flexible and a AUTO RADIOS-Motorola, complete
,70 ACRES on paved road cl In. M.to. Credit.Tem.Loan (10 8300. xlTlni recrence and past stock. B. F. Garlandand .-1940 4-door ..d.I Perfect '47 Chevrolet Fleetrnaster Sedan

JllcltJ |25 per GROCERY AND UEAT & experience to 1483. Or- Robinson Cor1rl. mebnlt.I,. clean FORD TRUCK-1941 TBhort '47 Pontiac Sexlanet
: Goodwin. Inc. ATTENTION Fishermen and campers. [ MAR- I.Ddo. Florida. R.S.. wheel base stake body dual
H.ran. We have Colored trade new buldID'. Family Finance Service Inc.. 32 W.Central. BATTERIES for your auto. AU sIxestypes. tlrouKhout. 1.1 JY.. wheel 1922 Canton .4 "600" Sedan
,. Broker. C77 Or.DI Ave. MIS. veral Beach .ryr.1 d..lrbl.swap C.la- equipment large metal box. Phone PRESER-Wol and .Uk Apply to I B. ,Goodrich. Garland ..ld'Robln.n Crltrl. 4321. 8300. Ave.. 8673 Vsh

ISO ACE east of Orlando. residential or lot lots la er I Doing over $5.000 monthly. Business. \81. Bone DODGE 1941 4-door sedan Luxury '47 Chevrolet Fle tline) Sedan

"II.UOD .n|1S p-r acre. F. A.. Orlando. 8.bva. David Porter merchandIse and ten year attractive PLUMBER man. BUMPER JACKS hydraulic 57.95.Seal It. Excellent condition through .44 Ford Super Club Coupe
I Am.on R.atr 37 W. Washington D.a with UcNutt-Heasley. 15 lease Harlow O. Fredrick. 11$ Apply WANIn Plumbing. i : Cumble Cart. 904 N. Orange HOUSE TRAILER-Royal. 24' custombuilt.
1.00. MONEY FOR EMERGENCIES : Beam Foe lamps 84 95. Floor
o R.ltor. Ker E1.ctre ; '
I Ave. 2-4521. 47 Chevrolet Fleetllne Aero
N. O Completely equipped. Sleeps
W. Washing ton-St, Phone 811. Co., 216 W. Winter Oar-
2-2138. i Krv just 0 short tIme 'v *. c.t mats for Fords and Chnrolet Firestone 4.
A-l
condition. 206 E. Spruce Av .
'
here. Florida Credit. 21 W. Floe. den. Fla.PLUMBER. I Orani and oDI1940 4-door sedan. Beauti 44 Cadillac Convertible)

53-1. Ranches and Timberland 15 ACRES .Small lake. Value $2000. GRRY-PRODUCEVIQI o6en stairway east of Grand Theater.lt -Experienced only. Ray- I truck body. finish. Radio. heater HOUSE TRAILER FOR RENT '44 Ford Deluxe Sedan
,. Low CFEVROL-Pr-up good tires. Look and drives likenew. Adults Please Inquire at Store
; CATTLE RANCHES-" 1916. Trade for your equity 1 a home.Phone .I .tr. Land business QUICK CASH LAS lrtu.. I i mood DlcklD. 136 W. Plant S. o conditon. Orlando Mattress Only 61095. 8. 101W.Ctntral Orange Blossom Trailer Park. 44 Buick Special Sedan
9932. offc. Winter 55. I R Enl
phone
Jc.pr i; ret Ie. note and Gadrn. Offc W. South
Ask Asher Peter. .ut J.D" lrle. Fetor. $0 & Ave '
1.0. I ar..r.Cal Family .. SOI I| dent phone phone 5218. HOUSE TRAILER-Covered Wagon. 44 Buick Super Sedan
knows.
Cor. Central and Main. 57-1. Beach Property .0 with R.1 'Et.t Bids. R, W. Callls, ,| WOL PRESSER-Must be experiI END REPAIR now DODGC-1942 4 door sedan. Fluid Good condition. Ready to I*. 6350. '47 Chevrolet SM Town Sedan
S. Court;
: FRON
AlDr' 2 Prop' Phone 2-1961. m.Dam'j I PAT drive p.IIL Jim Cumble C.r. Inquire at Jackson filling station
140 W. I.
I for almost of '
51. Lots for Sale ) nt Department. Rrl.ble rl".De. .la"l. 904 N. Ave.. Mt. Dora. Also small Luggage trailer 44 Chevrolet FM Sport Sedan
OCEANPRONT bedroom house and er Fairbanks Park. Or.II 2-521.
4 OU OF S who ask for a loan here i An. F auto. Frame Sons. 1010 W.
ALTAMOHTE SPRINGS 10 lots un. apt N... H. Rltterhoff. HOTEL DItO-RO-p on*. Personal Fn.Dc Co..24 1 85 PER DAyorbetter. Pleasj I I j Church phone 8811.& FORD-1941 .upr DLu. 4-door HOUSE TRAILER-Wayne. 28 K. 'i '47 Mercury Fordor Sedan
Daytona Beach. year. EAR I Private Call after S .
.1 8. Orsnse. Room 1 sedan. 81150. owner JO p m. '44 Club
out door selling Ice Mercury Coup
horton and c.
overlooking lakes 2 2-341 '
buy I
at inventory. No to yorl
Leaving town. 638 or Sunday. Bob a Trailer Park,
eQllpm.Dt Robert X. Wolf*.
IF YOU ARE LOOKING for good Ma.U. 716 Pr.D II | 74. Wanted '
Franci S7JO all. Owner Homer 10 Remley, dinIng cream. Autos-Traier Cheney Highway.INTERNATIONAI1940. 44 Chevrolet FM Club Coupe
Edlw.te Hotl I
en the East Coast see Vero FORD-1940 Deluxe 2 door" sedan.Equipped .
SewelL PhoneWinter c.t1 '
4 Alt.I.Dt.Park 8pr11.PIa have for sale lu.lle. room. Witr O.rd.n. Mortgage Loans WANT AT ONCE'!.-Married,. m.a'i. BUICK WAND The later and with radio excellent tires IV-ton. 8l/. '44 Ford Deluxe Tudor

a-13M. atiU have I blocks apartment buildings hOlea I I ICE CREAM and .uDdrIC. Good lo I AIPI a Sipn' D.I I elr..e t. )1.h buy Oldsor I and end mechanically. Take U home tires new motor excellent condition 46 Ford Super Tudor
SHORES We
.BEVERLY. Ion. highway frontage also well cation. New .. 3n.r lease U Stivers.I Colonial. for 8895. R S. Evans 101 W. Central throunhout. 8795. Jim Cnmbie '
few choice lars lots available. Select lort.d lots near the beach and laother $3850. H.nr Burch. 1 SMain F.H low-rat i: I I Ave. Phone 5296 Cars. 904 N. Orance. 2-4321. 48 Ford Mercury Fordor Sedan
Oovr FRANK really knows how to
.A.-Lli-ter.
oar now. W.lte W. Rose Investment of the will be : I 66. Sales Help Wanted_ ;
city 2.109.I 'H Tudor Sedan
par. LUGGAGE TRAILER wheel. liZ Mercury
Co. 49 N. Ave. l. I morl.e I let high dola for your car : FORD-1934 37 motor rdl.
OrD" Orl good Investments. L A.Merrlmao. JEWELRYMAN-WATCHMAKERS bolldlnf. buying .. Callor i heater coup. tires. '47 tag. 650. Inquire Snyder's '
nor office Orange AGENT for established or minutes. WhyI 8. 47 Buick Roadmaster Convertible
} 335 Realtor. Vere Beach. Fia.tj If don't Joe O Myers. 29 W. I ISURANC II III .0 rbbr. U7. R
vestigate thi store yon see Realtor. be neat In appearance I DDBSDREAO COUNTRY CLUB eectins East of Ron hishwayK St. Phone 6861. 44 PontIac Sedanet
want buy you Washington :
IIOI Jouralf. I 201 N Orange Blossom Trail 7883.
Lars lots Mw aa 4495 easy R have 1 Jeweler friend prhap. a al.b have automobile. Apply In person i,I ; FORD-1937 2-door ..d.D. Rao. excellent LUGGAGE TRAILER New. 2- "
Pay monthly. Hav lot paid .lt. Saturday 8 to 12 a m. Dixie HOUSE Not over mechanically. wheel. Very cheap. Bee at 139 C. 47 Cadillac 42" Hydra Sedanet
B. DavIs.Realtor TAIRo. U.d
t.r. good business. Contact I
.. building materials become 58. Real Estate Wanted : C C HOME LOANS Prompt service onions : Life A Health Insurance Co. 228 I II I 81500 H. W.I Cars. 142 N. Garland Av*. Phone New Hampshire Ave '44 Packard Clipper Sedan
J.U.rla 214.LKE first mortiaie. Rates
10 .
W. South St.
available. t.r. Shuman. Box 1359. Sanford.
Property tn this high class LIBERTY TRAILER 27' '
Apt. size
F. 2-34. -
FRONT R..t.ur.Dt. fully 4* and 5*. Ou.rO., and Green. I : 47 Studebaker Com. dub Coupe)
section t bound to increase rapidly 5-unlt with In- REAL ESTATE SALESMAN-Expert- LATE truck. Dodgeor FORD-1947 club coupe. actual sa* ranse two tone Interior;
home Inc. 21 E Central. 4196. '
to guest MODE
Adaptable PIC-U
tn Buy today ahead of this APARroT- euippd. R..lor. enced licensed with for old :I 80 drapes couch 44 Dodge Custom Sedan
nll. cost. Contact at 7 Larte Klttlnge car. Chnrol.t. Prnl TOrlant mU. Nylon seat covers tire : cover: rugs and chairs;
W. have some beautifularge 11. tot HOME LOANS-We want to help you established real estate firm. We need large awning. All In '
once Van Hoten with Clyde Mc- or 127 K'Dnl8f Drn. and .4 tag. Ollns Used 242 M. excellent condition 48 Dodge Convertible
right on the golf con Kensle.. 8. ".In. Phone 2-4775. I R..I 14, buy a 10m. or build a new one. a live .Ire. Apply Pak.r Employment Or. Ave. C.r. for 82785. Peter Wayer. Jr. '
t WE BUY make-any II 211.PRDIH8 47 OldsmobIle 78" Hvdra. Sedanet
Water lights sss and bus available 1 RESTAURANT and Tavern fully W* will 01 prompt service. Office I Service ph. I II CARAnI Palms Trailer Pa.k.
P.nd Carrtsan A Boland. BUNOAV r sec Box 78. Ulnneola. Flor hours 9 2 during week; 9 to 2-128. moe1.n 011'1 Used C.n 4-door ad.n. Dark '47 Oldsmobile "&" Hydra. Conv'L
Bids.; 672 N, OWD.r: fWpp.. 12 Saturdays. First Federal Savings I SAI.ESMAN-Qualified and npr-I 12 Oal..d: 2-34 281.mof69 .rr. flnlal. Olln's Used Cars. 142 MAJESTIC New 1947. 26'. 3 rooms; '
4551; evenings. 2-2534. and larse lot. Wlbl Strickland. and Loan Association of Orlando. 50 enced men or women to N. AY. Phone 2-4347. Innersprtni mattress: good couch, 47 Ford Convertible Coup
RESTAURANT and frozen custard ness and professional service. Liberal B bottle gas; Inlaid linoleum. Beautifully
Broker; W. .E. Pin St. Orlando. 47 Chryiler Windsor Sedan
FRET HJHlb-r-re.trc 2 combined. Beer and .ID. license F. commission. Box 288 8-Star. finished Inside and out. Only
C Sle. only GROVE and country Iropr' wanted Part cash. 647 W. C.Dlrl W.d..orh. 615 N. Orange Ave. 82495. Peter Wayer. Orange Blossom '44 Studebaker Champion Sedan
Call waiting buyers. H, Ka- of SALESMAN-For chemical FORD 1937 sedsn. New Paint. Re*
11.15. Ray with O. for SODA FOUNTAIN and sundries.Doing LOANS on an types property; lone prouc ph.e 159' Trail and lth St 44
Mercury 4-door Sedan
.a Resltor. 663S. .0 .Realtor 672 M. Orante Are. splendid business dr Speak or short terms; low rate; immediate Good commission with SPOT CASH PAID for your seed ear. kUln' good motor Good rbbl.

tiiao.iiiroi-it: :with dou' phone 20990. Spletel." Whitney Spiegel Realty CO.t service. Halo. O. Fredrick. 118 orders territory ph.and eomml.lol 5 on p.m.repeat I See J." C. MrKel.r. "Your Packard: 134.. R. Smith. 33 Z. '48 Plymouth Deluxe Sedan

his frontage on New Cheney High OROVE-haTePUrcbaSr. with $75- Realtor. '0 Metcalt Bldt. Ph. 2-3269. N. Orange 8188. 2-121. bfore Dealer. 342 Ave. Phone MODEL A FORD tt-ton pickup 47 PontIac Sedanet

way Brok> Only 18. w. A. McKenney. 0 cash to ty." .Only 8. tu.Ut Doilve., I SERVICE STATION-N. Orange Ave I I I TIRE-SALESMAN-Would who has experience and prefer not afraid man 5147. Pretty good old cab. doe-cone good 47 Fiat Sun Convertible
FORD
r49SO -1938 A-I condition
CheneyHJway: 2-7144. DONT LOSE MONEY! We Will pay ;
business. la It!
co.ld.r. location. Dome good I rup. motor Gejrsla style. 8183, J.
WE-n Broken Z Waalnto Ph. 6412. son for selling other business. Phone R.a REAL ESTATE LOANS Low cost to. .orl. Have Interested above average proD full value for your car. Don'thesitate new paint lod rubber. P R. Smith. 33 E, Robinson. '47 English Austin Sedan

T-WT-ID-IDtr1b. -JUSINEEIt 9206._. To buy. build or refinance home I W. D Martin at pnn. I see us cow GUns Used Ca 8849 or 7541. '47 Royal Enfield Motorcycles
ORvE and buunef property The Trust Tr. S.I. I 242 N. Orange Ave. Phone .
stricted. Nydegger Inv. Co04 ) I FORD-1947
: Ovledo. Fla. Call Winter cOlnrlbl.oap. Ut
K SEPTIC TANK BUSINESS : { 47 Kit-Kamper Trailers
Colonial Dr.: dial 806S. Brokers Cbenault it Jennlntf. -Trk Department of First National 128-1 MAKE 1946 '47 new very .
B.n ANY or ear.
Ic before 8 after .
I crane tank forms. 3 lots a m. or p.m. r ROYAL 1946; 25' 20' awnlni.
LAKE CONWAY SEJON lots between 172 N. Oranse Ave. Phone '24. Ins bucinesa. Price $3300. Mr. Potter 10 at Orlando second flr. MAN-to succeed C. Abercromble on I pay up &$5.0 for 'b e W. Central. 4321. porch. Cold water unit. *OOO.. I 47 Cabin Car Trailers

2 lakes paved HUSEW irDw* have prospects I with Herman Goodwin Inc., Broker; Rawlelch Rout In North Marion New ..r .dr MartIns FORD-1936 convertible. Very clean. Van Camp. Mobley Trailer Park ''47 Campbell Farm Trailers
.
road; take all SI JSO. J.A.L. Ohio. 6-room homes.If 677 N. Orange: 9855. Count 1500 families. Products sold I Used Cars. 101 ) 849. $595. H.rle Wae.o. 613 N. Between Sanford and Orlando '47 Bantam Trailers

Real Estate, 108 _8. Court.LAKZO8CIOLAW1iiflark.. your house U for sale call Allen 8ERVICESTAT10N-o location INTEREST RAT AS LOW AS 4* 20 years. Real opportunity. We help D. VARNER INC.. wants to buy your I Orange: 1597. ROY CRAFT 1942-21 ft. Hew tires '
: Johnson. Realtor. 140 N. ; on Improvd In Orlandoand auto or truck and will pay top I 47 Granite Trailers
O..e Rent proprU. yon let started Write Rawlelsh's. 2-door sedan Ex- and gasoline rsnge. Electric
Cot lake and residential fnI 8$t2.Secelalixing In Hom.BOUSE8 reasonable.aUuhed 110.Wit tol. Bell Winter P.rl brokerase.Bettei Dept. FAE-180-OS. Mr"hl. T"D"or I price Immediately. D. Varner Inc. FDUJ1' 151. H.rl' brskes. A real bargain at 81200. '47 Chevrolet 1'', Cab t Dices
Company W.
Dork boat house and sandy with Pamsh Real Et.t.. 36 E. Pine; Washington IDy..tmen'8U Phone 851X 2 see H. Mt.1 E.t LlvinisI Studebaker Sales and Service 234 Wadsworth. 615 N. .: 851. Peter Wayer. Orans Blossom Trail 47 Chevrolet IVs Ton Stake)

beach Western exposure. Price S5.7SO .- WANTED-We have prospects 2-148 I ;I *""' F.. I W Cn.rl Ate Phone 2-3153. FORD-1940 Deluxe coupe Veryclean. and 18th StTRAILERSsew '46 Studebaker Pickup

Cavenausn. Realtors. 4308. for : 3 and 4bedroomhomes TOURIST COURT nnita. Main I WANE AT or woman SEE US BEFORE YOU SELL your $895 Harley 615W. and used 1947American.
ONCEM.I W.d.wor
LAKE la sood l.tn. Call W. B. fsmoucWstklns I i rar. Sure shop around get aU you I II .
Orange6597.
highway. furnished. Plenty 61. Help Wanted-Female I : 31893 up. Electric refrlg- select
i. to
Foi"1-B ; 8. CG Over 200 more car
Nicholson. but before sell
Rraltr. 1 [ in Orlando. can for your car- yon
I of rom ep..loQ Price proutl E.tl I FORD-.-1941. .4-door crater optional Accessories colemsa from. 1937 to 1942 Model
eD .
bid Central .d.l. S
tom I.k. Altamont 1375 .I BtLTOS \. rash. consider : AVON representative. llshed bu.ln. brings 845 wrkl 1 get our to. Ford. Job. Perfection a and prewar stove parts: awnings
I 11.S0. c.I Garland and Da'r. Or.ne
4' each. Winter Park S-8452. Potter with Herman .CJC averare. at.r1e immediately. : Motors .orH. .0Q1 Blossom Trail. W. dollies fan*, bottle gas tanks
ofe. I of all inelud-
2-2424.
Trucks types
ourouDdlD. Phone 33
of any t.a large Call In 311 See L. B.
I OREGON AND FERNCREEK WANr. In. Broker; 677 N. Orange; I earn good Income. Advertised In IDyrtm.nL person. :._ etc. South Crane Blossom Trail. U.
11
i C. B. I Orl..do Ave. ONeal.67.Employment FORD-1941 2-doer sedan; 10 rub 8. 17-92. Ankney Trailer Sale ing many choice pickups.
and .n. See ). Holder with Davis. Realtor 104 E.19. 2- ( I Housekeeping and 10 other leading; Pal A-I condition. 26 Con
Blrhelder.2J I VINEYARD Sanford Woolens maiastnes. Write br TRAILERS.-Look! Late Glider. 23 ft.,
E Wubl..t acres on 1.01 Ave. o'.d. to choose from.
S 7305. !I So Motorcycles
1540 rrd
or TIME P..tl
_ HI. 3 varieties of grapes. Price I Diliman. 816 Broadway Agencies j jBROWN'S SUCCESS THE FIRST spotless clean furnished dish linens
'RINCEN SUOLSIO 1 I S--WANTW. have the U lUG. Central Co. 222 PR.. cOD..rble. R run. many extras awning
i
i
H.rd.ar COOK-General i .. in stock Various
o buyer property.Call West Central 22311.WARFHOUSR.With roU.ori- ; AGEC-i Yes. top prices for your ear l.the 90 cars .
701 t. letlnt porch fence shade rent paid extra
used EMPLYE
car Phone 2-6301 _ Phne ences "World's Largest condition. 627 and models Ready
And make
A. T. Carter. 9516: J.mnn it nDr.nr I :I I Evans .tak. G *
S tire and wheel. Sacrifice Travelltc 27ft.
TERRACE Beautiful I going lumber Winter _ only trip to our E Concord .
PAL building Carter Plain and 1$7-R .orl come 51 W. Central. I you i Dealer" one like new. Royal 23 ft..' cheap. to co lot less than $300.

Attractive; lake YI1. and lake fronts. I I TJN SWNmr".tl" (rows, business.. Ph. 'L. on AU.DU CoastLine I CURB GIRL-Good pay and tips- f .1' hep.! .. 'I II I lota. Save yourself further rOd FORD-1933 tudor sedan. Exceptionally Plymouth 23 ft beautiful roomy Interior

I 31 N. C.r Teider. Devloper. ,' sell your __ Apply at Fern Rfl.lr.nt South I COLLINS EMPLOYMENT SERVICE by selling to Os tedsy. clean thrnoxhmit D. like brakes: only 899O Others fr CASH TRADE TERMS

O.n. 2.4. I property. Hall Rr Agency 112 M. BEST TVRis-TRT site 930 N. Kuhl Avenue. I and Nurses Reclstry. Stenographers I a new car Colonial % E. below cost Phone 7591 Wlngert 3330

BUILDING LOTS- *lect your home- Grant-. dial 5119. 1-1. New I HELP for nwht .orl typists btkppr domutl Drive in to any of cmr \ Orlando Colonial Drive S Orang Btoaeom Trail IMMEDIATE DELIVERY OH
lit. la the attractive I 2-bedroom ".IDr home rm-r FUNAIN. 114 N. help. I lo.tt or phone 121GE
Lunch.
Dul WANTED Clients
LISTINGS waiting. O.. C.1 721.
dread. Country Club secUon. lot UCn210' 130 M. OrlandoAve. CaCb 8200 DOWN will buy a house trailer ANY CARR
an sites Close to bus aDd I E, P Slaytea. Realtor, 32 K. Flu .. Winter Park. 1I0Im Trail. PARK EMPLYNEN SERVICE from Frank Reed. The following

stores. Priced ".. ahl. Cash erterms. St. Phone &i.PROPETI. GIRL for ..n.rl housework. Health I : 1.' .ort ,need help FORD 1934 coupe I.. a stomn new trailer an display at aU times:
I WHAT IS IT Jon want* II a motor children. Telephone : 32 Pin down rood 1941 In
card. Full 2 "on. Spartan Manor. Palace Wolverine.
i 2-11
want to buy IL
Jan Bros.. 2 N. Main: 7559. you tie. J
> with .n I court ra.unnt filling station 2-4689 I 8243. J. R Smith. 3 J Robinson. Alma Zlmmer Tandem and Superior. S. EVANS

Realtor. 62 Va riM But. grocery of bUln.waran of .two. ;, 69. Work Wanted-Female CASH I S MINUTESWe gas terms arranged on aU trailer.
S. Country Property for Sale Celt tr.de) serve yoa. 8peak t Spiegel" HtSEJPRF.mt I Frank Reed Trailer Sales. 201 N.
4237. ________ I phone Win make model
Whitney Soured Realty Realtors Wblt. I pay cash for any or Orsnt Blossom SIX BIO ORLANDO
Trail
CDY PRPT *-Slnce FOR CVRTEOUS helpful .r '0 Metcalf Bldr !C.. te P.rt InR.1USUU&. I! HOSTESS in .Darm.n' house or car No d.lJ o bargaining. Drive HUDSON-1940 4 door aa. .Very
t.r. I and on all 'ak. companion to I" 25& S-Star. In. state price and meH buy clean throughout $7.5 8. IN RESPONSE to tarernment appeal LOCATIONS
11 "n.prb tukbr ( T'ITERES1TD .
Aa.r ? burins adw..d Phone
." knows" and property Kay Anderson I iou chil MAID-Colored exiwrienced.Oa I Its worth money.StarlingAlexander Evan 8 W. Central Ar. to loIn In patriotic csmpelrntnc
Cnt.1 1.Ia Call 5891 today colet. rhae. ho. IIL &
ItTBAKBAN- rater. 423 8 ; bue mos. o Lice m S a i I 4321. for B.rtl1.HPWOBII9 to lover prices so ss to avoid s future -
o.nt. r. a p.m 1C 4.
Snail dwelling. Milk air-s Oii Ci'STOMCRI WAITING for I abut Including stock completely aad 'Qulp Ph. 21029. 4 to.n m 'to a a I. 8_. DlvsoQ __ 'Motors. SOI N.I I 4 door sedan. I rrces'ton. all bou* trailcs.I effe OPEN SUNDAYS
h pd 10*
-
horse Electricity. Bus. SWOO.. t and Income properties. List ora tar. Also furnished rooms rented NURSES. Institutional work, experienced MAID Color gtrl. experienced. I Orange Ave. Phone 7878. DW. 10 Um 1P new and used reduced Frank Reed Trailer EVENINGS

"an.-.111 HermanTtexxrwIn Inc.. today "Lockwood Associates. 6 1 I $16 per month. $3,500 for Immediate t In mental and nervous disorders. Half til 1 p.512 W. i lo".r. 95 R 8. tlv* Immediately. Blossom TraiLs
Bales. 201 N. Orange
Ovens; 8S5. Roblnsoa. Phone 2-17. sale. Writ P.O. Box 1461. Jackson. H Beschen.. 4 Or.la. '






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Page 20 Orlttn&n flfarntag &rniUtI Thursday, May 8, 1947 I Many Women Take clubs at Colonialtown. Conway.i

I Motion Denied ,Beulah Gotha. Union Park Win- RD5ECLERNERS
Part in ProgramMore t '
ter Park and Grand Ave.
till and Mu AdeO Davis Brown 29, bar \

Two Men Get tender. 314 S. Husbcr than 200 Orange County Miss Dickenson said she would
...' Suit In Chancery women are participating in observance -
conduct a broadcast over WDBO
\ Josephine Spencer vs Cltlr w Spencer For DismissalCircuit of National Home Dem- *"
; l dlTorcs onstration Week, Miss Elizabeth at 6:15: ajn. Saturday when a discussion -I

t. County Judv f Court Dickenson. agent for this county of accomplishments in /7

1 Prison Terms Roscoe. rttato J Hackney of Leo J. order Hackney for distribution Court Judge Prank A. said yesterday. home demonstrations work In this j

... ..! M H McNntt. second supplemental icrounUnf. Smith She said they are members of county would be reviewed. j
yesterday denied a defense
b estate of LUUan B.rnum Al-

Toys and Games for All Ages. Shelby Bicycles and ac- Criminal Court Judge W' M. bertson.Annie B SneUlngs. final report ettsU motion for dismissal as the first -

of Joseph KennerlrVlrilnU day of the trial of the civil suit
Otis
boxes. yesterday sentenced
sand Murphy .
cessories. Gym sets slides. wading pools I Ooodmm. second annual re
Frank Browne and Perry Benja-I port. estate of Coroila Crawford brought by Betty Jean Padgett, .
peddle automobiles wagons tricycles. Opal Dausherty. order for distribution A CUSTOM THAT NEER CHANCES.
min Hardee to 18 years In the end- letten of dUchars estate of 8. Ways aged 7. and her father, Alfred H. .
Lay away place for Xmas BOW In effect .. an wheel goods and playground Dausherty
eqntpmenL tf SV B State penitentiary after they had O Raymond Ellari. flat annual report Padgett against Frederick' A.
estate of Virginia Leo Bennett Thompson minor of Dr. R. D.
son
to charges In
pleaded guilty grand
mfnFfn\ Pint National Bank et al. order for dis
larceny and petit larceny as well I tribution and letters of discharge estate Thompson, head of the Florida
WM fMlf! ALL DAY of OM,.. A. Meyer T. D. Morley. letters
M
214 N. Orange of Tuberculosis total
as the actual commission of thefts.A discharge estate of Harriet Porter Sanatorium for

Tel. 6668 MMlBKMK WEDNESDAY sentence of six months was Ward.Edgar Thurmond et al. petition,! for order damages of 35000. .

"' .r-IQ tlTf.e S Tor of distribution and dlscharst, final rt- The motion was presented by
added to Browne's 18 years when citato of Uarsaret T Collicutt
port Maxwell Wells, attorney for the
ly Belle Partln second annual report.
he plead guilty to one charginghim estate of Edwin Clay Barlow. defendant Thompson.The .

alone with petit larceny. estate Hazel of L.Joan Dixon.DIxon.third annual report case concern claims made

In five warrants, the two men John Martin letters of discharge estateof by Padgett for his small daughter -

were charged with the theft of a Prestonla Mann Martin. as a result of an automobile
Llllie O. final
Anderson. and
GIGANTIC total of 1230.40 In currency application for discharge estate report of R L accident on Oct. 3. 1945. when the fa.

safes cigarets pistols and whis- Anderson child was struck down and according a

key in Orlando and in the county.In letters M 8 of Versowe dUcharse. order estate of dlstdlbntlon of John Blddi.and to testimony suffered

a sixth warrant they were Ida U McParland. order for distributionand broken bones lacerations and

1I' LAMP SALE charged with breaking and enter- Hill letters McFarland of discourse estate of Edward bruises.

ing and the commission of petit Christian J Oemelnhardt order for dUtribution. The defense contention was that

larceny. hardt. estate of Katherine Oemeln- the child ran into the automobile e +

On All James Homer Howard. who Inventory and appraisal estate of L. H. driven by young Thompson.
sAim pled guilty to breaking and enterIng Oedse

1" % M M Lamps and the theft of a bottle of SerptU.Inventory and appraisal estate of A. B. MEN! WOMEN GET x

J W* Only stimulants was sentenced to one Fletcher O Ruth petition! for probate t ,.- ........... b J JoM
and record estate of Eliza Youni
In the State penitentiary. '
# IMMEPEP .
1 year Berkshire Trust Co. petition! to Mil. A't ..
Sentence was deferred in one estate of Bertha If Hunt f '
Crystal Hurricane narcotics case and In another the Cleveland! Trust Co_ petition! for probate ;;' : f ,
of will estate of William A. Carran. Toe teal wt- a1 ploy mid hive ,
case was continued until May 14. I < ..\ ;t
Lamps .
Instruments Flied i t..KUDU fas-l yes ore always tired. won
: Table Marriage! Application Leon Coitantlno et ux to Frank J Coatsnttno fa*.** out. eve-daw. What you may ...4
Lamps James Uelver H11L 33. Army. Jarluoeg et nx wd S10 IM. Ct 'e pep yes op 1> the fomon Owls
Commercial Enteprlses: Inc to Vernon Table. Thtu contain the iron that
Floor Lamps D Barr et nx: im. may b. locking i ie lufficwnt, quantity fa give ywitke
W C Bowen et nx: to vs Edgar A Toddet pep and vim fan *1th: :!pin ymragM. t
Boudoir Lamps ux Hi pendent Quiet title. Owls Tablet. '!olta canla : beneficial and w\
Oeorsia M Eslinser et fir to J B Red- lelpful t Ingrad ent*. guy b* tw* la aet: ie- '
t Bridge Lamps dick wd 110 toke o wbttitvte.Try Owls Tablet I fof dare. :
Amory Webb et tit to Znielbert: Kberl: See II you dan'I!..I!and act better-more MeXT -
Torchier Lamps t wd S10 pep 'I. yew wort and play 61 Awls 1 fEmrich
Clyde Msrteny et nx: to W U Morgan : '. Orlando Pharmacy g .
a Nursery LamPIJOHNSON et ux: ratt S3250 .r any athr Coed Druggist. Omin Coy w?
W M Morgan et ox to Clyde Marten Inc. Hapwll. N. y.0J .
,' and many others et ux: wd S10
1 John P Hand et nx to Harold E Jones
a
ref rev .
John P Hand et ux to Harold Z: Jones 4.a
fled $10.James. .
4 D Keyier: et ux to Barlow Q
FINAL Fredrick mts S3900.
ALL SALES
Ethel Sorensoo to Jack H Price wd tlO
x J P Skinner to Eugene Skinner et al
NO REFUNDS part ref mts
Maude 8 Besrdsley to J. H Rowntree et ,
NO RETURNS SEE TODAY ux sm. 1
J H Rowntree et si to Jeremiah J
Colleen Moore's Famous Rhea et ux wd S10 "Q1 wAj'u'e'er
Jeremiah J Shea et ux to J H Rowntreeet ) .
ux to mts 122500
J H Shelnutt et ux: to Sam Bumsard-I
DOLL HOUSE
For MOTHER ner wd $10.Oeorge '
P Bandy et ux: to Robert L
OB Exhibit 12 Noon to 8 P.M.BRITT'S Bur.... et ux wd S10 I
on HER day Annie B SneUlnss et to Joseph Kennerly ; -
'
Add touch
at asslin mil interest I an extra loving to your
Martha M York et fir to C M Llpseyet
al wd 110 devotion on Mother's Day. Honor
Get Welcome Relie'FromStomachGas'
HERE IS YOUR CHANCE TO GET Norton A Ooff et nx to R L Bier mts

3.51 N. Orange Ave.TicketsAdults 13000 A C Carpenter to Robert N Davis et nxim : r g mother with the fine candies she

A LASTING GIFT AT A GREAT SAVING! .
c.i ) knows and loves-Nunnall s.These
50c R N Dim et ux to Miry R Hyer mti J / )

Children 20c [tax Intl.] (600 Walter C Bass et nx: to Louis C Herring r ?
ELECTRIC et nx: wd (10 y
Sponsored by Lettle B Eldridte: et vir to Louis J Llentnvnikas Sour Food Taste expressed
et ux wd (10
ORLANDO LIONS CLUBFor
COMPANY Fir Fed Say and Loan Assn to Coy W I
Their Jamerson et ux: sm Do you feel bloated and miserable after devotion through the years. It'san
23 EAST CHURCH ST. R A Newman et nx to Howard T Den- every meal? If so here is how you may
nls et wd (1000 rid of this distress I '
Braille School for Blind nx: yourself nervous Old Southern Custom.
L Walden et ux: to Fir Nat
William
Thousands have found it the way to bo I II
Bank mtf (7500 well, cheerful and happy again.
Charles O Andrews Jr et nx to Oeors I Everytlme food enters the stomach a I R

W Aline Johnson D Lovett wd (10 to administratrix to Al- 1 vital gastric Juice must flow normally to ,, s Even though the war is over
I certain food else the
I break-up particles
toe D Lovett! wd (10 I
/ the demand for Kunnallj'tstill
food may ferment. Sour food, acid indigestion
Allied Mts Co to Allen J Smith et ux: sm. .a
Rudolph Edward Sanda et nx: to Franklin and gas frequently cause a mor- far exceeds the supply.
Life Ins Co mta(3000. I I bid, touchy fretful, peevish nervouscondition '
W H Hampton et ux to B M Banister ,loss of appetite,underweight -ls Keep trying if you cannot

et ax wd (1, restless sleep. weakness.To \ h- obtain box just now.Ask .
Mrs L D Brsnnon to E D Little et nx J get real relief you must increase r.
.m the flow of this vital gastric Juice. Medical -
Sealed Vernon UcKelvey ct nx: to Martha UBnrnette I authorities in independent laboratory '
wd (10 testa on human stomachs' have by -
Separately Joseph E Deveraux affidavit I positive proof shown that SSS Tonic is I F
et Jordan al C Skinner to Anton W Peterson amazingly effective in increasing this

I Anton"smI 'W Peterson et nx: to Anion L now when It is too little or scanty due
to a non-organic stomach disturbance. I
Chatfleld et ux: wd (10 h
*lOW Church et ux to Baiwel Smith et This is due to the SSS Tonic formula
'" nx wd $10.Richard which contains special and potent activating -
C Wahbrun et nx to ClarenceL ingredients. .v.
I Cathermsn mts (5000 I Also SSS Tonic helps build-up non-
that's why itSMysicRE Hulda Matthews to Robert L Garfield xganlc, weak watery blood In nutri- _
et ux: wd (10 I tional aneuua.--.G with a good flow of ;
Naomi A Ornver to Bulls Matthews wd this gastric digestive Juice,plus rich red-

sloe Chemical corp to blooa you should eat better,sleep better.
Virginia-Carolina
,' feel better work; better play better.
Matthews ref Juds
Holds
D B Sphaler to Hulda Mathews qed (1 I'I I, Avoid punishing yourself with overdoses -
E L Sphaler et nx to Hulda Matthews of soda and other alkallzera to
acd (10Harry. i counteract gas and bloating when what
# I R Curtlss ct nx: to Elizabeth Fsr- you so dearly need is SSS Tonic to help
nell wd $10.Florence I you digest food for body strength and
f B Lewis to Joe Talley et nxsm I repair. Dont welt 'Join the host of
i I II happy people 883 Tonic has helped.
I I L A Burton et nx to W H Monerlef et Millions of bottles sold. Get a bottle of
''nx: to wd (10 I II SSS Tonic from your drug store today.
Harry R Curtis et nx to J L Cumble 1
I SSS Tonic helps Build Sturdy Health.
et nx mts (3000 -
I J L Cumbie et nx to Harry R Curtlss r
I et nx: wd $10.Elizabeth ,
I Reed vs Eugene: M Speer et

ux 11s pendens! ., ., ,
I C M McKenney to Central Corp wd 10. fit" '
1 Larry o Adklnson et nx to William V
Berkley et ux wd (10.
Lee A Harris et al to C A Winsard et

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